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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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552 _ANNA MARIA, .FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962 TEN CENTS


ANNA MARIA MEETING

I COMMISSION APPROVES TWO NEW CITY ORDINANCESTwo

new ordinances were passed by the Anna Maria City Commission
at itsmeeting Monday evening. The first (No. 237) regulates fees.to be
e charged for electrical inspections by the city, and the second (No. 238)
is a new building code, which will,become effective thirty days after its
passage at the meeting. Because of its importance to the city and its residents -
the commission voted to pass the ordinance without a second
reading. Copies building manual are available from the city clerkat
one dollar per copy. Each holder of an occupational license in the
building trades is entitled to a free copy, according to Mayor James O.
: : Ferguson.
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A contract to furnish and install 36 groupsaiu xu the letter uic puuiucu
j' the use of the area in question as a boat
F pre-stressed concrete piling at
..5j city pier '''for a total price of $1- storage and parking lot would improve -
r 405.86 was awarded the Mathews the property and would help
,. Construction Company of Brooks- eliminate mosquitoes.
ville. The only other bidder for the Marina officials, in their written

:: ; : work was Robert Lewis of Cortez, a request to the commission, stated
; total price of 2592. they planned to plant a,screeninghedge
Other contracts awarded were fora along Bay Boulevard and along -
; tii } duct on the heating plant at the the northern edge of the property -
Hall the ; No entrances to the propertywill
4 4 s S' Community to Superior
Sheet Metal Products of Sarasota for be made.Commission.
; : S'S $97; and to Finn Nystrom of Bay- concurred with a recommendation -

:P.i shore Gardens, to build a shuffle- of the Island Garden
board court at Community Hall Park Club that the red hibiscus be desig-
: for$275. Half the cost will be paid nated the official city flower. The
: I by the Anna Maria ShuffleboardClub. city attorney will be instructed to :
: r a resolution to that effect. :
Z Work on the court will be prepare
S; S A letter from Arthur Johnson of
supervised by former Mayor Henry
e
1 t ; ; ; i; Clay. Bay Boulevard was read, in which

Mayor Ferguson announced the resignation Johnson protested the city's actionin
.4 ; 1 of Fred Johnson from theCity's offering for sale a lot north of,
rtd; .t i : yE 1\4
Zoning Adjustment Board, and immediately adjacent to his
said the lot had formerly
home. He -
and the appointment of Rene Redonof
; take been a street, which gave accessto
Crescent Drive to Johnson'splace
the board.At the rear of his and the lot north I
on .
f'S. / S\ a the request of Bayou Marina, of the street for a number of years.

Inc., the commission agreed that a The lot has been appraised by lo-
t'I public hearing would be scheduled calrealestate men as having a value -

within 45 days after the meeting, to in excess of$3, 000.
hear evidence on a request by the Newly elected Commissioner Robert -
Marina for a change in zoning. R. Moses sat as a member of the
The change is requested for com- commission for the first time. Mrs.
mercial zoning on a 200 foot sec- Alma Haynes, another member of

MISS MANATEE COUNTY--Winner of title last week was lovely Judy Warner of Bradenton, flanked by tion immediately north of the Mar- the commission, was unable to be

I first runnerup (right)Miss Linda Knight, and second runnerup(left) Miss Vicki Cramer. One of the winner's ina. A letter to the commission from at the meeting.
Clerk Mrs. Dumaine
duties will be to represent the County in the Miss Florida Pageant in Sarasota next month, and if she the Planning and Zoning Commis City Gladys
reported cash on hand of $12,060,
becomes the winner of the Miss Florida title, will be the state entry at the Miss America Contest at sion recommended that the changebe
with bills totaling$439 approved for :
Atlantic City in September. In addition to the title Miss Warner was awarded a $250 scholarship, and granted, but only after a public
each of the two runnersup, a $125 scholarship. Two of the business establishments contributing to the hearing. The planning and zoning payment.
fund the Island Bank and Jack Holmes' Seaside Gardens. ISLANDER editor of the
scholarship were was one ------------ .
three judge .(photo by Bill Stewart) ECONOMIC BASE SURVEY r '--- >-" -:"r. "" m.. {s--"""i"iti.i

In just one day of soliciting, more
BRADENTON BEACH MOSQUITO FUND ISLANDER OFFERS SUBSCRIBERSFREE than $1,100 was raised here Satur- .
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MEETING THURSDAYThe CONTRIBUTORSContributors "UNCLASSIFIED" ADS day toward the $7,000 cost of the

Bradenton Beach City Council last week to the AMI In its issue of May 31, THE ISLAN- proposed economic base survey of -
will meet at the Bradenton Beach Anti-Mosquito Fund were W. C. DER offered its paid up subscribersa Manatee County. ..'
fire station at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Murray, A. B. Chiles, MathildaBarrels unique service-one free four-line Jean-Paul St. Laurent and John
Blanche Kuschke, James "unclassified" ad each year, withno Beckett, who contacted Island bus- '
June 7.One .,.., .'
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of the important matters to Chase, Joseph Mizen, Island Bank, strings attached. The publisherslook inessmen and organizations, said ---- ----- -

come before the council will be a J. Willis Ryder, J. E. Johnson, Her- forward to having more of our they had no trouble in raising the RENE REDON of Crescent Drive,
proposal to build a stone groin in bert F. Mott, Norman Pond, FrankR. ', subscribers use this service. Island's share of the project, $1,000. Anna Maria, this week appointeda
the Gulf at the western end of Bridge W a it e Ir., Mrs. L. E. Dubois, Work on the survey was scheduledto member of the Anna Maria Boardof
Street. Key Roy ale, Inc. and John B. Fell. the first plateau on the way to the start this week, and will be car- Zoning Adjustment. Before mov-

Mayor Victor Reinel said this week The fund has now reached$637.50, goal of $1,030.Officers ried on by the First Research Corp.of ing to the Island two years ago, he
the City has plans for the proposed''' of the sponsoring organi- Miami. Primary objective of the was for many years an architectural
groin, and if approved by the coun- advised by City Attorney Chester zation, the Island Chamber of Com survey will be to ascertain how bestto engineer for the Consolidated Edison -
cil, it will be built at an estimatedcost Crawford that no existing City ordinance merce urge all those who have not exploit the natural advantages of Co. of New York City.
of$3,000. The initial section gives the city authority to already done so, to send contribu- the County to achieve better results I
will be approximately 100 feet long, close the beach. Hence the signs tions to C. E. Brewer at the Island in attracting more tourists and more berg of Bradenton was elected chair- ,
and if it is successful in combating closing the area had not been erec- Bank. Checks should be made out industry, and what assists can be man of the steering committee for Z
erosion at that point, may be made ted. to "AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund." given present industries, agriculture the project, and Bill Lee of Holmes
longer in another year. and other factors contributing to the Beach, was made vice-chairman.
Queried about his proposed closingof Robert R. Moses, economy of the County. Lundberg served as chairman of the
the beach at the south end of the who was elected I .. :4' Philip Moore, president of FIrst. citizens'committee which reviewed -
.
Island Reinel said the City had to the Anna Mar- ... Research, said the survey will take the work of several firms in the
tried unsuccessfully to get a letter ia City Commis- about two months to complete.At field, and recommended First Re-

from the Trustees of the E. P. Green sion in a special .. a meeting -Friday- Les Lund- search.
.
Estate claiming ownership of the electionFriday,

area. Then the City could bar the probablyoneof Aid ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
public from the beach on a "no trespass" the most unusualin
the city's his-
basis. Temperatures Water Rainfall
He said, however, he had been tory.the Although he Sam Noon 6pm High
was only candidate 1
on the bal- May 29--78 90 82 95 83 None
ANNA MARIA CITY OFFI- lot, Moses polled May 30--76 90 80 92 83 None
CIALS HAVE ASKED THAT 147 votes, a hea- Q May 31-80 86 81 92 84 None
ALL ANNA MARIA POLICE vier vote than the June 1--80 88 76 89 84 .1
CALLS FROM JUNE 12 through total cast in some June 2--76 84 82 88 84 NoneNone
JUNE 29 BE MADE TO 746- full-fledged city .L June 3--80 86 84 89 85
7121. elections. (Islan- June 4--78 86 86 90 86 Noner
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I Pape 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. June 7. 1962

The, Islander ANNA MARIA FLORIDA FLORIDA'S INDIAN CULTURESBy
} Ripley P. Bullen, Curator, EDITORIAL -
TELEPHONE 778-2021 Social Sciences, University Flor-
ida, and the State Museum.

j; Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL Part

b, News and advertising........:...MARGE KIMBALL -- Over thousands of years Florida has Safe BoatingThe
( I- 0 been occupied by differing Indian
Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida riON cultures. In broad outline they var- offers free in
Island Power Squadron courses Seamanship.
r ied from the earliest hunters of large
Navigation and Small Boat Handling as well as more advanced
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
animals, with no dwell-
t advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. permanent courses, so that there is little excuse for anyone claiming a lack
t Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for ings, to the settled agriculturistswith of opportunity to learn. Additional knowledge can be gained by
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. large ceremonial centers arranged observation and experience the same as in any field of endeavor.The .
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. in a civic plan as found by neophyte should miss no opportunity to learn from those who

the early Spanish explorers. have had greater experience. Most boatmen are pleased to pass
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn Around 10,000 B.C. man enter- the ask
along the knowledge gained over years so questions!
ed Florida, thousands of after
Independent weekly published Thursday by years handle the boat is small I
every his ancestors first crossed from Siberia Merely learning to only a part of
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida the battle. One also must learn the complex "rules of the road,"
Alaska I
to on a Bering Sea land
I the rules and laws pertaining to na\igation-all practiced for the
Entered second class bridge. Nimrod might have been his
of
as matter under the Act March 3,1879.
safety of the boatman himself.
name as he was still a hunter of ,1

mighty animals such as the now extinct In addition, a number of safety items are required or recommended -
mammoth, mastodon and for motorboats: A preserver for each passenger; proper '

TAXPAYERSFollowing large bison. At least his spear points lighting; horn or whistle; fire extinguisher or extinguishers; first
\ HONEST found in Florida are similar to those aid kit; tool kit; anchor; line; compass: fenders: bilge pump:
found elsewhere with remains of paddle; flashlight; extra gasoline.

these animals. Then too, the boatman who wants to stay on the side of safety
I a ttvo-pronged assault on the Manatee County taxpayer Shortly, however, he became acclimated will learn the safe capacity of his craft, and never try to overload,
by a revaluation of all property, plus a raising of the percentage started making side-not- but rather, try to maintain a more than sufficient safety factor. It
i level of assessing from fifty to eighty, assessments and ched points with beveled edges and never makes sense to try to carry eight or ten persons in a boat
;: taxes now are popular subjects of conversation on the local scene. crudely chipped stemmed points that is recommended for four or six.

i t' With budgetary demands forcing County officials to seek all, with thinned bases, and began to If the small craft warnings are up today, why nut wait until

\ possible sources of revenue, a closer scrutiny of the proxisions of specialize in shellfish as a staple tomorrow to take that boat out? The water will still be there, and
\ the Homestead Act seems to he in order. food supply. Shell gouges, celts, the weather probably will be better.

) When the act was passed in the depression-ridden, post-boom and chisels were developed, probably I
for the construction of dugout
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obvious -- --- ---- ------------- -- I
years of the 1930's. its purpose was to grants me much --0--- fc
needed tax relief to the Florida home owner the bona fide canoes. Extremely thick shellheaps
J home owner who had cast his lot with that of the State, win or lose! along the St. Johns River and in -
places along the coast mark this ; -' ,
.
Today the provisions of the act seem as out-of-date as that '
period which is referred to in arch-
popular motorcar of the 1930s the Model A Ford. But the act
i is still here and no doubt will be for some time to come. aeological parlance as the Archaie ,
period and which lasted from about y:
The of the which the ;
provision act grants tax exemption on 7,000 B.C. to around 1,000 B.C. 1
first fin thousand dollars of assessed ,valuation xxtt .
states; "Every Our Nimrod was still a hunter, buta '. ..,
person who has the legal title or beneficial title in equity to real hunter i. : .
of small animals, who : 'E!
l' ,1
i propert in this state and who resides thereon and in good faith periodically returned to his semi- IJ),.. I. f'i f
makes the same his or her permanent home. ." Other paragraphs permanent home on shellheap. '. ,.. !tA.d'iI:
of the act explain that the properly owner, in order to qualify for J
Very likely his wife and children ---- ,
.
the benefits of the act, does not necessarily have to reside on the "'. ...>
stayed at home and collected shell-
the but does have it is his x
property throughout year to swear
fish
while he hunted. He specialized -
permanent home. in the manufacture of large arrow -
Another provision of the act i is as follows: Any person who or spear points--the most com ,. :.. .
shall knowingly l iIal e information for the purpose of claiming monFlorida type--whichhave been

homestead exemption shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor found throughout the State north of
\ and upon conviction thereof shall he fined not more than five hun LakeOkeechobee. Basketry was developed -
: dred dollars or shall be imprisoned in the county jail for not more chiefly for the transportation !
I than six months or both such fine and imprisonment." of shellfish but also for mats M:; 1.

Anna Maria City, the only one of the three Island commu for the walls of Mrs. Nimrod's hut.
nities to levy an ad. valorem tax, uses the assessments made by During this long period of time
the Count. as well as exemptions granted. by the County Tax As. there were very few changes in Mr. 'IGULF

!sessor. and Mrs. Nimrod's way of life, but >

Because! Anna Maria is a small community, and the city offi two extremely important and revolutionary -
cials have a more intimate knowledge of who is entitled to the events occurred.
Homestead Exemption than does the County Assessor, bills for Around 2,000 B.C. Mrs. Nimord
city taxes are sent each year to some half-dozen "residents" who and her cousin in Georgia learnedto
are listed by the County as having the exemption. make pottery vessels.

Sending of the bills is not a new practice but one ,which has These cooking containers, which
been followed by the \'itfor several years. And in those several permitted better food preparationand a

years, no protest Iras been received bv: the city and each of the utilization, were tempered with
hills has been paid! vegetable materials and were the

Payment of these bills, without protest, appears to be evidence first clay vessels made in the United ""
that in.each case! the Homestead Exemption was granted to a perM States, antedating those in the rest
; :\:() not entitled to it. of the country by 500 to I, 000 years.
i made in and decorated
Certainly it is safe to assume that if there are six such tax They were shapes -
j waders in a total of 73 exempt taxpayers in Anna Maria City, with incised designs remin-
of baskets. The other
iscent
I there are dozens of others in other parts of the County, perhaps woven .
I, even hundred= -- and l each ones costing the County something in event was the start of interstatetrade. r:

J taxes not paid. and is shifting more of the tax burden onto the Well before 1,200 B.C. ..
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1 tax bills of citizen who arc either more honest or less daring. large containers made of steatite,
a soft but heavy rock, were importedinto TO BAY--Resultsofsome photographic doodling. Both picture
Florida from northwestern were taken from approximately the same spot in front of the Islander I
Georgia and northeastern Alabama! office on Pine Avenue with a camera equipped with telescopic lens.

J JI, (To be continued) (Islander Photos)

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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

JUNE -HIGH- .-LOW.7 --
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: : I ISLAND BUS SCHEDULELEAVING

I -f- Thur. 2:16 p.m. 1.8 .....-..-.---. 9:56 p.m. .O..c ._.._._...._...
TRANSFER POINT MANATEE AVENUE AND 10TH STREET 8 frio 6(3 a.m. 1.0 3:16 p.m. 1.6 8:53 a.m. 0.9 10(2 p.m.0.2
7:00 9:15 11 :15 A.M. 1 :15 3:15 5:15 P.M. 9 Sat. 6:51 a.m. 1.1 4:2S p.m. 1.4 10:25 a.m. 0.9 11:28 p.m.0.1
10 Sun. 7:08 a.m. 1.2 5:42 p.m. 1.3 11:50 a.m. 0.7 _..__..._....
E" Route : 6th Avenue to 9th Street, South to Cortez Plaza, 11 Mon. 7:32 a.m. 1.3 7:01 p.m. 1.1 12.12 a.m. 0.1 1:05 p.m. 0.5
12 Tue. 7:58 a.m. 1.5 8:18 p.m. 1.0 12:53 a.m. 0.2 2:09 p.m. 0.3
from Cortez Plaza to Bradenton Beach; from Bradenton 13 Wed. 8:26 a.m. 1.6 9:32 p.m. 1.0 1:31 a.m. 0.4 3:01 p.m. 0.1
14 Thur. 8:54 a.m. 1.8 10:39 p.m. 0.9 2:05 a.m. 0.5 3:48 p.m.0.2
Beach north on Gulf Drive to Public Beach; to Holmes 15 Fri. 9:22 a.m. 1.9 11:42 p.m. 0.9 2:35 a.m. 0.7 4:30 p.m.0.3
16 Sat. 9:52 a.m. 2.1 ----.-. 3:02 0.8 S
12
a.m. 0.5
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Beach and City Pier. Return same Route to Bradenton p.m.
I 17 Sun. 12:40 a.m. 0.9 10:24 a.m. 2.2 3:25 a.m. 0.8 5:53 p.m.0.6
Trailways Bus Station. 18 Mon. 1:38 a.m. 0.9 11:00 a.m. 2.3 3:43 a.m. 0.8 6:36 p.m. .0.7
19 Tue. 2.co a.m. 0.9 h.O a.m. 2.3 3:53 a.m. 0.8 7.20 p.m.0.7
> '-,{,'. 20 Wed. --- 12:24 p.m. 2.3 8:07 p.m.0.7 ____
LEAVING CITY PIER 21 Thur. 4:21 a.m. 1.0 1:1.c p.m. 2.2 5:28 a.m. 0.9 8:54 p.m. 0.6
22 frl. 4:56 a.m. 1.0 2:12 p.m. 2.0 7:28 a.m. 1.0 9:43 p.m.0.5
23 Sat. 5:32 a.m. 1.1 3:18 p.m. 1.8 9:09 a.m. 1.0 10:31 p.m.0.3
;j i 8:1510:1512:152:154:156:15On 24 Sun. 6:07 a.m. 1.3 4:37 p.m. 1.5 10.46 a.m. 0.8 11:19 p.m.0.1
25 Mon. 6:43 a.m. I.S 6:10 p.m. 1.2 12:19 p.m. 0.6 n ___
*? 26 Tue. 7:19 a.m. 1.7 7:54 1.0
12:06
p.m. a.m. 0.2 1.c2 p.m. 0.3
Island, 20<; Owner and Operator Packages under 27 Wed. 7:56 a.m. 1.8 9:50 p.m. 1.0 12:50 a.m. O..c 2:53 p.m. 0.0 (
J. C. W RIG I H T 2 pounds, 50*. 28 Thur. 8:34 a.m. 2.0 11:31 p.m. 1.0 1:31 a.m. 0.7 3:51 p.m.0.3
29 Fri. 9:12 2.1
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One Way 45 ; a.m. ----- 2:10 a.m. 0.8 4:42 p.m.0.4
Day phone Calls|| 746.,597 Effective 30 Sat. 12:48 a.m. 1 0 9:51 a.m. 2.2 2:47 a.m. 0.9 5:28 p.m.0.5

Round Trip, 80<. Night Calls 742.0933 June 1, 1962 For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read-
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TTuif8d Jane, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pale 3

J MONDAY VISITOR SOUGHT LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMENTO YOUNGSTER DROWNS IN POOLA
MEET THURSDAY drowned
13-month-oldboy was
FOR QUESTIONING
l Circle meetings of the United Lutheran in a patio swimming pool in Holmes

i A Monday visitor to the Rev. Gerald Church Women of Gloria Dei Beach Monday.
j i K. Lowe, rector of the Episcopal Evangelical Lutheran Church will Scott Allen Williamson, son of
( Church of The Annunciation, take place Thursday, June 7. Mrs. Patricia Williamson, accidentally -
is now being sought by the Mana- The Morning Circle will meet at fell into the pool at the homeof
tee County Sheriff's office for ques- the home of Mrs. Paul Endriss at Mr. and Mrs., Robert Bolster, 501 Interesting cactus
tioning. 6807HolmesBoulevard Holmes 74th Street, at noon Monday.Mrs. '
Father Lowe said Tuesday he discovered Beach, at 10 a.m.; the Afternoon Williamson andher son have snapped by staffphotographer
/ $235 missing from a small Circle will meet at 1 p.m. at the been visiting at the Bolster home for
strong box in his office. The discovery home of Mrs. Grace Brierly of Bay several months.At dur- s
was not made, however, until Boulevard, Anna Maria; and the :, the home at the time of the
several hours after the visitor Evening Circle at 8 p.m. at the accident occurred were Mrs. Wil- ing wanderings a- I
had left the church. The missing home of Miss Lorraine Lee, of Key liamson and Mrs. Lynn Couch, Mrs.
money belongs to the rector. Royale Drive, Holmes Beach. Bolster's daughter.The Bolsters were bout the Island.

The visitor, who gave his nameas out of town.Authorities'. '
the accidenthappened Islander Photo
Charles Daniels, was waiting alone TWO MEN HELD FOR BREAKAT reported ( ) r
when Mrs. Williamsonwent ,
,w
in the rector's office for more
than a half-hour. Father Lowe said GULF PARK BAR to answer the phone. The baby j; .... _' 'i r.:.

the keys to the strong box were on Two Bradenton men were chargedwith apparently was alone on the patioat ,
the
his desk at that time. intent to commit a misdemeanor time. -:' .
..
When Mrs. Williamson returned to _. ... .
After a visit of 30 to 40 minutes, and breaking and entering the ,
she found the child float- .
the
which Father Lowe described as Gulf Park Bar Tuesday.RoyChamber1in,21 patio \
"very pleasant," the rector showed and Lyle W. ing face down in the water.
I Daniels the church and at Daniels' Peterson, 19, who were arrested by Mrs. Couch and Mrs. Williamson
rushed the to the Island Med-
request blessed his visit. The rea- the Manatee County Sheriff's Department baby
ical Center where Dr. John Deam
,
son for the visit never was indicated. admitted entering the
tried to revive the boy by mouth- the Island first!
Ii After he left the church, Daniels bar. Peterson also was charged with Shop .
with
to-mouthrespirationand a re-
I' asked Mrs. Pete Niles if she would parole violation.
give him a ride to Bradenton because Sheriff's deputies were summonedto suscitator.
!,, he could not get a taxi, and he had the bar by Manager Glenn Saf- Funeral afternoon services were GriffithClineIsland held Wed- Friendly Service Fair; Prices Fine quality
an appointment at Cortez Plaza at ford, who said he thought someone nesday at
I noon. Mrs. Niles, wife of former was still inside the building.The Chapel with of Gloria the Rev.Dei Evan-Frank ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
1 Holmes Beach Mayor Pete Niles, deputies found the rear door Lyerly, pastor
, Church Burial!
I drove him to Cortez Plaza, and later open. Near the door they found a gelical officiating.
said he appeared extremely ner- cardboard carton containing 16 was to be in Canton, Ohio. Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
besides his mother
Survivors
are
vous. quarts and two pints of whisky, cigars -
Father Lowe described Daniels as crackers, whisky glasses and his father, James L. Williamson of:
being between 35 and 40, approx- bo t tIe s of soft drinks. They also Canton; his paternal grandparents,
imately 5 feet 10 inches tall, and found an untouched mixed drink on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williamson of: BONDED & INSUREDROY
of a heavy build. He has crew cut the bar.Near the building they founda Canton, and his maternal grandmother -
dark brown hair, and was dressed in 1953 sedan registered to Chamber- Mrs. Irene Hess of East

light slacks and a green shirt with a lin.Chamberlin PHILLIPS
bola tie, and was wearing dark is being held under a THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
glasses. $5,000 bond at Manatee County Jail,
Father Lowe said Daniels appearedto and Peterson is being held under a Canton.SEE g, r qg@, Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486
be well-educated and to have a $5,000 bond on each of the two
I wide knowledge of the Episcopal charges. s

Church. A notice in a national Epis- ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS GENERAL I INSURANCEOUR
copal weekly magazine liv-

ing Church" alerted Episcopaliansthat DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Daniels "had no reliable cred-
I entials." The Gulf Park FOR ONLY BUSINESS!
: All-Modern MOBILE HOMES /
Lowe said he had read the notice,
, but Daniels' appearance failed to Private Beach Soot Basin *Accommodations tar Trailers up to oS)' CALL TODAY !

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Pane 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 7, 1962

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Let's GoFishing and snook, mackerel, angelfish,
(See alto Page 8) and a few other varieties are again It

Mr. and Mrs. Don Irwin of Holmes being caught. ;

Beach, and Mrs. Condit Graves of S
.
Bradenton went to Tallahassee Sat- Business as usual aboard the AD- \

urday to attend the graduation of :MIRAL fleet out of Cortez last week,

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin's son, Ronnie, with some fine catches made. Tue-

from Florida State University. This sday's catches all made by I
were
One of the area's successful top
week Mr. andMrs. Irwin will leave fishermen is Otto Runge very, who owns Bradenton men: Granger Husted, 14 71% J
forSt. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands,
and operates the Rod & Reel Pier in pound black grouper; Bill Augsburger -
where they plan to make their home.
Anna Maria. Whenever he can find 121/2 pound grouper, and Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Irwin, also
Ford, a 12
time during his busy days, he dropsa i pounder.
students at Florida State, returned line in the water, usually with Wednesday: Charlie Tew, Lake- w iL

from Tallahassee with Mr. Irwin'sparents good results. Monday he managedto land, 16 pound grouper; Cecil Miller -

and will spend the summerin land two nice snook which had Ruskin, 14 pound grouper, and
the Virgin Islands, as will Mr. AndyYturrino, Tampa, a 12 -
runoff with a lot of bait the last few poun
and Mrs. Ronald Irwin, who this der.
days. The larger one weighed in at t t
week spent a few days in New Smy- a little over ten pounds, and the Thursday: Helen Connell, Bradenton -

rna Beach with Mrs. Irwin's parents, smaller at around seven. Pier fish- 12 pound grouper; Stu Wolcott,

Mr. and Mrs. .George. t Beck. ing has improved in recent weeks Marietta, Ga., and Mrs. W. W.
Forrester, Kansas City, Mo. eacha
Tuttle who
Miss Marguerite recently C
purchased home on Marina MASTERS' BOWLING 10 pound black grouper.
Friday: Doc Dixon of Sarasota and
Drive, Holmes Beach, returned to
TOURNAMENTAll Ray Bolt of Cincinnati, tied with a MAN AMONG THE GROUPER couldbe
Woodbury, Conn where she will winning league bowling teamsat 12 1/2 pound black grouper each, the title of the upper picture. I

spend the summer.* either Cortez Lanes or Rip Van and Mrs. Audrey Shipp of Braden- Islander Capt. Andy Rasmussen,

Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanton Burnham Winkle Bowladrome, are taking pan: ton, an 11 pound black grouper. skipper of the ADMIRAL TOO, one

of Anna Maria left Friday to spendthe "bowl-off tournament. Men's,, Saturday: Robert Seis of Jefferson- of the Cortez based fleet of party

summer in Brookline, Mass. worn en's and mixed teams are par- ville, Ind.. a 131/2 pound grouper. boats of Jim and Molly Sage. The

Mr. and Mrs.. William Bettes left ticipating for a top prize of$250 and l Sunday:Robbie Robinson, Cortez, grouper were part of the catch made

a trophy. 125 pound jewfish; Dr. Larry Free- by boat's passengers on Monday.AtrightisOtto .
the Island recently to spend the sum-
The started last week-
tournament
man, Tampa, 42 pound grouper; Runge, owneroperator -
in Wlnsted Conn after several
mer end, and will end on June 10. Jim Bruney, Cortez, 30 pound black of the Rod & Reel Pier, with
months at their home in Bradenton
Beach. Tropical Vista, the team that won l grouper, and Paul Lambert, Tampa, two nice snook he caught Monday.The .
9 SS the Island Bowling League championship -. 12 1/2 pound red snapper. Lambert fish weighed seven and ten

P. J. Franzoni of Bradenton Beach bowled last weekend, and I is a son-in-law of Capt. and Mrs. pounds, and the larger measured 30 : .

recently to spend several monthsin now leads all teams which have: Jim Sage. inches. (Islander Photo) iAitiL.NOTHING'S : \

Rutland, Vt. bowled so far by a three-game total]I l Molly Sage, second in command

Mrs Jack score of 3101. They bowled again t of the ADMIRAL fleet, last week
Mr. and Rowe of Gulf
a Schlitz team, and won by 40 pins. enjoyed short trip to the Bahamas .
Park left this week Houghton
Individual scores were:Clyde Har- aboard the BAHAMA STAR, with
Lake Mich. where will spend
they man, 590; Bob Guild, 578; Roge)r Kay Williams, half of the Herb and
the Mr. Rowe returned
summer. Haynes, 550; Tom Edwards, 538,, Kate singing team on Ernie Lee's
home recently after spending sever- and Bob Whipple, 535. Good Day Show on WTVT. Molly
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said they took all the tourist tours "

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelly, who Recent guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mur- both in Miami and Nassau, and had

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June 7 1 THE ISLANDER PageS

CHURCHESHARVEY CHEERLEADERS' PICNIC MAY BUILDING PERMITS MODEL PLANE CONTESTClass (7) All flying models must be of
the controlled flight and no
MEMORIAL CHURCH Members of the Manatee High During May, building permits for I: (A) Boys 14 through 17, entries in the free flight type category

(Noe-Doaomisatioaol) School cheeleading squad honored construction to cost $223, 755 were andBBoys under 14. Flying mod- will be in Class II,
accepted
except
Bradenton Beach their cheerleaders Saturday issued of the totals for els built from kits or from profes-
graduating one highest where will be
as non-
Kiev. A. W. SIMMS they judged
f with a beach party and lunch- any month in recent years. sional designs.Judging will be based flying models.

SUNDAY: eon at the home of faculty sponsor Holmes Beach permits were for upon flight characteristicsand
f t (8)Workmanship, design, enginesand
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Miss Mabel Clark of 50th Street. $216,000 of new construction, of workmanship. (No specific engines be chosen
' materials must by
: 10:30 Service.ST. .
i a.m. Worship i.z e s or will enter into
The senior cheerleaders are Chip which, $150,000 is for a private capacities however
entrant. Entrant can, accept -
BERNARD MISSION Whitaker and Adrienne Sauve, co- residence, and$32,000 for a three- the judging in any classification.) advice of others, but not

1 Plies l: K.:". IKANCIS: F. WELSMILLIR captains; Judy Lopez Nancy McIn- unit cooperative apartment. Class II: (A) Boys 14 through 17, actual assistance in building model.

nis and Peggy Schnurr. The$150,000 residence already and (B) Boys under 14. Non-flying (9) Cost or elaborate design will
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Awards were receivcu at the recent under construction. It will be located models built from kits or profess- have The
no bearing on judging.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. awards assembly by Miss Lopezfor on the Gulf near the end of White ional designs. Judging will be basedon
HOLY DAYS8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m least expensive model, well designed -
WEDNESDAYS: being the outstanding cheerleader Avenue, and is being built by workmanship and general con- and well constructed, could win.

7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction.I and by Captains Whitaker and Holmes Construction Co. and W. R. formity to design. (10) The contest will be open for
Sauve for being the best all around Kermode for H. B. Osborne Jr. of Class lit (A) Boys 14 through 17, 30,
registration beginning May
I I ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL cheerleaders.Each Jacksonville. andBBoys( under 14. Flying mod- 1962, and will end on July 15. All
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor of the seniors was presenteda Permit for the three-unit apart- els built from original designs, and models must be on display in the

I THURSDAY: bracelet by Miss Clark, and individual ment was issued to Jack Holmes, for flown by boy building the model. area north of the Holmes Beach City -
1000 a.m. Junior C.A. silver charms from the other the second building in his Seaside Judging will be based on workman-
Office by noon, Sunday, July 15.
t 3:00 p.m. Sunbeams. members of the squad. Garden Apartment development.Other ship, originality of design, flight Judging will start at 2 on that
SUNDAY: p.m.
Members who earned a school let- Holmes Beach permits were characteristics, and ability to handle -
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. day. In the event of rain or other
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. ter with megaphone and bar were for four additions to existing build- model in the air. conditions which would preclude

5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. Kathy Gordon, Beverly Hayman, ings, to cost $4,300.In GeneralRules: (1) All boys enter- showing and flying of models on that

I t 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. Janice Higgins, Judy Robson, Peggy May, 1961, permits issued in ing the contest must be residents of day, the closing and judging will

7:30 p.m. Youth Recreation Hour. Schnurr and Claudia Tuten. Receiv- Holmes Beach totaled $22,045, for Anna Maria Island during period of be postponed one week, until Sunday -

MONDAY: ing bars for their letters were Chip one new building, $12,500, and 8 contest. July 22.

6:30 p.m. R.A. Whitaker, Adrienne Sauve, Judy additions, $9,545, only onetenthlast (2) Each entrant must register at (11) First prizes in each
TUESDAY: the office of Charters, Inc. at the categorywill
month's
Lopez, Emily Benson, Connie Clin- figure.
4:00 Intermediate C.A. be $25 Savings Bonds, and
t p.m. and Permits issued the monthin south end of the Holmes Beach Air
ton, Merrie Lynn Wang Sally during
WEDNESDAY: trophies. Other prizes will be announced -
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. Warner. Anna Maria were for repairs, alterations Strip, and must register in a spec- in THE ISLANDER.

8:30 p.m. Chaoel_Choir. Newly elected cheerleaders are and additions to cost only ific classification, stating what type (12) Each entrant will receive a
Janet Troxel and Virgie Yerly, jun- $670, compared with $11,540 a of model he intends to build. certificate of achievement.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH
iors Sue Kenworthy, a sophomore, (3)Models must be built after re-
(NoH-Dtnominutional) ; year ago. (13) Rules may be augmented if
j Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,, Pastor and Pam Akins and Pam Basehore, Bradenton Beach permits totaled gistration. necessary.
I freshmen and alternates. $2,785, $300 more than May, 1961.MANATEE (4)There will be no charge of any
THURSDAY: tl kind for participation in contest. .
8:00 p.m. Reception for graduating L\ (5)All flying models will be jud- Subscribe to THE ISLANDER--

high school seniors at Parsonage. ged upon the basis of three flights Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for
SUNDAY
9:00 & 11:15: a.m. Worship Services. made on the final day of contest, only $3.50 per year.

10:00 a.m. Sunday School. in order that each entrant will have

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WEDNESDAY: FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Trooo No. 7.

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! GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL,CHURCH HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS enjoyed a beach party and 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

I Rev. Frank E. Lyerly;"Pastor -'luncheon Saturday the home of faculty sponsor Miss Mabel Clark, Bradenton 7511 M. Tomiami' Trail, Sarmott

I 'lnUH UAI: 50th Street, Holmes Beach. Frontrow are Judy Lopez, Adrienne Sauve, Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811 1
7:30 p.m. Communion Preparatory Miss Clark, Nancy Mclnnis, Chip Whitaker and Peggy Schnurr.Back

Service. row, left to right, are Claudia Tuten, Pam Basehore, Janice Higgins,

SUNDAY: Pam Akins, Sally Warner, Kathy Gordon, Beverly Hayman, Virgie
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Pace 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday June 7, 19ozr

MIDGET LEAGUE STANDINGS '"
(Through June 2)
Won Lost ......
White SoxYankees 3 0 'r l .
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2 1 ; i: S.If
Braves 1 2 I
Pirates 0 3 :aA
GAMES LAST WEEK: ,(
White Sox 13 Braves 8 Miss Amy Schmidtof
r Yankees 8 Pirates 7 Copenhagen, a
White Sox 12 Pirates 6 guest of Mr. and
FIVE LEADING HITTERS: Mrs. Otto Runge of :
Dennis Crum (Braves) .700 Anna Maria. Miss
Joe Daher(White Sox) .667 Schmidt is a nieceof I
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Tom Blessing(Braves) .636 Mr. Runge.
: Terry Johnson(Yankees) .571 (Islander Photo)
Jack Holmes(White Sox) .545 i
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CUB PACK MEETINGAt

a recent meeting of Cub Pack aLt SHERIFF KEN GROSS and Miss Virginia Roesch at a surprise party at the
I 7, plans were made for the pack's b Holmes Beach Yacht Club last week in honor of Miss Roesch who isleavingtheSheriff'sDepartmentsoonafter I
summer activities, which includea several years to be married.
pet show, Pinewood Derby and a
patriotism program. SPECIAL ROSER SERVICE nude Schambers supplies;Mrs. Ida
Members of the pack are going to Eaton refreshments;Mrs. Sam Adams -
ask neighbors to fly the American There will be a special service of and Mrs. George Wagner, refreshments -
Flag on Flag Day (June 14) and Independence POWER SQUADRON COURSE tificates were: Edwin N. H a u b e r'l Dedication for all teachers and war ;Mrs.Frederick Frost and
Day(July 4)). COMPLETED BY FIFTEEN Col. Jens P. Jensen, Arthur C. Johnson kersof the Vacation Church Schoolof Mrs. Ben White, Kindergarten tea-
The following awards were made: Herb Tennant and William E. Roser Memorial Community chers; Mrs. Richard Wiggins and
Robin Fellows, Lion Badge; David Officers of the Anna Maria Island Whitelock,all of Bradenton;CharlesH. Church at the 9 a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. Ralph Parrish, Primary teachers -
II Deam, Bear Badge and Bear Gold Power Squadron have announced the Ansel Delores W. Ansel CarlW. vice. Those teachers and workersto ;Mrs. Clyde Phelps and Mrs. Mel
Arrow; Joe Daher, Bear Silver Arrow successful completion of an advan- Brabender and Leigh W. Wright be honored during the service are: Akins, Junior teachers; and Mrs.
; Tom Parks, Bear Badge, Bear ced course in piloting has been an- of Holmes Beach;Archie McFad- Mrs. M. J. Niles director; Mrs. Thomas Murphy and Mrs. Ralph
I Gold Arrow, Bear Silver Arrow; John Officers of the Anna Maria Island den, George C. Scherrer and JamesP. Lloyd Roberts, registrar; Mrs. Ger- White, Intermediate teachers.
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George Yerkes, Wolf Gold Arrow; course piloting by
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t L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
r I Pledge MyselfTo Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778.2591
protect the individual right of rl
estate ownership and to widen the opportua
My to tnjoy It, BAYFRONT--HOLMES BEACH-$16,000 BUYS HANDSOME CB
To be honorable sod hoots In an ..*
fffWICf HOME WHICH COST PRESENT OWNER MORE THAN $25,000.
To stetc better to represent my clients by LARGE WELL-LANDSCAPED LOT WITH GOOD AOCK AND
6 bulMIng my knowledge and competence
7. To act fairly towards all In fee spirit of SEAWALL. HAS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW. SEE IT TODAYI
the Golden Rule *
To servo well my community,and throughN
my country BIMINI BAY DUPLEX--TWO DELUXE TWO-BEDROOM UNITS,
To observe the Realtor's Code of Ethics
and conform my conduct to Its lofty Meals. .TILE BATHS, TERRAZZO FLOORS, CARPORTS, CENTRAL
-. AIR CONDITIONING&HEATING,COMPLETELY FURNISHED.
-
ONLY,$18,000, ON EASY TERMSI!
I 778-2663

JOHN B. PROTHERO

I Real Estate Sales & Rentals

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE HOLMES BEACH
778-2554
Look For These -
Signs UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

INSURANCE COMPANYSince WE HAVE LISTINGS MANY FINE HOMES
YEARLYRENTALS 1897
Protect Your Real Estate Investment PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU

526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743.4541 ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUMPRICEDHOME

THREE BEDROOM HOME LET US SHOW YOU THESE.
ON 64TH ST., HOLMES
POOLS PATIOS ISLAND REALTY
BEACH. FURNISHED$90 SWIMMING -
PER MONTH
.
GENERAL MASONRY GEORGE G. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER.
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT IN HOLMES )) HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.

BEACH.. $65 PER MONTH
Complete InstallationsWILLIAM 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
I I 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT -
HOLMES BEACH, R. KERMODE SARASOTA BAY DUPLEXTWO
$75 PER MONTH
ANNA MARIA 778-2557 LOVELY FURNISHED APARTMENTSEACHWITH
TWO BEDROOM NEWLY
FURNISHED HOME, PALM FIREPLACE. PORCHES FACE THE WATER

DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
FOR MAGNIFICENT VIEW. LOCATED ON A
I $125 PER MONTH
PHELPS NURSERY
i LARGE LOT, CLOSE TO SHOPPING. INCLUDES
3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED -

HOME, WITH BOAT FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS CARPORT AND LARGE UTILITY AREA.
RIGHTS, $125 PER MO.
I $22,000JACK
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
1 BEDROOM FURNISHED

APARTMENT. AIR CONDITIONING LANDSCAPINGPINE HOLMES, Realtor
AND TV. ALL
i HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
I UTILITIES PAID. ONLY
$65 PER MONTH AVENUE PHONE 77M501 BRANCH OFFICES
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
1
Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
$1,000 DOWN MOVES YOU
INTO THIS BEAUTIFUL BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET
LARGE, COMPLETELY FOR SALE O. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman!

FURNISHED HOME ONLY
COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND
EQUIPPED TWO-
THREE BLOCKS FROM
SHOPPING CENTER. HAS BEDROOM,TWO-BATH HOME: FLORIDA ROOM, LARGE Whatever You Need
2 LARGE BEDROOMS with
% UTILITY ROOM WITH EXTRA SHOWER, SCREENED
CEDAR
LINED CLOSETS,
I IK BATHS, DINING ROOM, PORCH, CARPORT, BOAT DOCKING PRIVILEGES.SEE As In I u
EXTRA LARGE KITCHEN s
OUR SIGN AT 83RD STREET & MARINA DRIVE. z
WITH BUILTIN FREEZER, Y
16X27LIVING ROOM AND $19,000 ., t

14 X 27 FLORIDA ROOM REAL ESTATE ffTA
OR EXTRA BEDROOM.
RUTH MAHAR Realtor LEO MAHAR BrokerGulf
LARGE 18 X 33 CLOSED ,
GARAGE CENTRAL OIL Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159

HEATING. Monthly payments WE HAVE IT !
only $150, with 5%
With Income
Interest Included. This Is Home
a private mortgage
.
FromHOMESITES
:>
.' closing costs. >
*

Choice BAYFRONTHOMEt & HOMESTo
3 Large Bedrooms ((15 x 18 :

-15x1616x18)2TII.Baths ) .
; Central Heating; BUSINESS &
Built Electric Kitchen;
Nice Living I Room with
Fireplace, and a 14 x 22 COMMERCIAL PropertyWE
Florida Room. Garage. iiT
R
i City Water. This new home _

has more than 2,000 sq. ft. 4 WILL BE HAPPY
,
I of living area. Seawalled

I Lot-75 x 120 on paved TO BE OF SERVICE TO YOU

street. ONLY $23,500, Including -..._
Draperies. GOOD

FINANCING* *AVAILABLE.* THIS LARGE DUPLEX IS CLOSE TO BEACH AND FISH-

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED ING PIERS. EACH APARTMENT HAS TWO BEDROOMS, JtomtAWalter

HOME WITH AN OVERSIZED LIVING ROOM, BATH, KITCHEN, DINING AREA, AND
GARAGE, LOCATEDIN S. Hardin
A GOOD RESIDENTIAL LARGE SCREENED PORCHES FRONT AND REAR.A .

I NEIGHBORHOOD.HAS BEEN REDUCED PRICE TO FEW MINOR REPAIRS NEEDED, BUT GENERAL Realty Company

,, $7,500. CONDITION IS GOOD. FOR QUICK SALE, ABSENTEE Realtors
*
,t't t 90 x 110 Seawalled Canal OWNER WILL ACCEPT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE OF

Lot In HOLMES BEACHOn ONLY $12,800!
paved street, and pricedAt
ONLY $3,5001 WITH AS LITTLE AS $800 CASH, AND $75 PER MONTH.NO .
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
*
CLOSING COSTS.

THREE HOLMES BEACH 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778.1756
LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001
AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI JACK MARSHALL RealtorM FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307Th..J.yJane
ZONED DUPLEX. M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 711-261.-






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Lupasello of New York City.

i i MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE PLAYA ENCANT DA: Mr. and ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

one's in =LORD BTEON Mrs. Nova Hoffmari and family of : Helmet Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
Tw pleasant, sure, to tee name print. Bradenton. ,

R DONNA DEI Mr. and Mrs. W. J.

,; NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Brackmann and family of Bradenton. ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

N. Worthington of Bradley...Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Witz of Lake- CUTI-TINO:Mrs. Jo Ann Bradfordand ,

and Mrs. Jim Davies and family of land...A. W. Arnold and party of family of(Tampa.

Bradenton..Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mat- S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

Beurington and family of Ft. Meade hews of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. J.' and Mrs. Maynard Saffold Tampa

...J. A. Smollen and daughter Jane Dunn of Thomtown, Ind. and chil- ...Miss Pam Addison of Lakeland COMPLETE BUYS MORE Fountain Service
:
of At Ian ta...Carolyn S. Long of dren Deborah, Danny and Jennifer ...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kovachof

Tampa...Louise Brauh of Plant City ..Mrs. Barbara J. Smith and Mrs.J. Calumet City, 111...Elaine Ad- J Toiletries Stationery

...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray of M. Jackson of Palmetto...Mr. ams of Celina, Ohio...Mr. and

Jacksonville...Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Z. A. Line of Bradenton Mrs. R. E. Widdowson of Dayton, LINEPrescriptions Magazines and Books

M. Duges of Q u e b e c...Mr. and ...Mrs. Don Koehler and children Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Ed war d J.

Mrs. EdwardS. Miller of Ft. Wayne, Lona Marie and Joey, and Alice Jan Hinely and Mrs. L. L. Graham of Beach Wear

Ind..Mr. and Mrs. Don Williamson ick of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Savannah, Ga..Mr. and Mrs. carefully
IN A REAL
and family of Winter Haven. Ernest Carglie of Louisville, Tenn. Lloyd A. Rice of Lakeland. I andaccurately

PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Al ..Mr. and Mrs. Russ E. Line and e S filled DRUG STORE General Sundries

Geoghagen of Sarasota...Mr. and children Cheryl and Cindy of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCrone are

Mrs. Otis A. Kirk of Martinsville, Ohio. leaving this week for a three week

Ind. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. trip, during which they will visit in Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Gene Dunifon and familyof and
Albuquerque, N. M. Chicago, Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
W. Jennings and family of Aiken, Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. C. and will visit their son and his fam-

S. C...Mr. and Mrs. C. Ash Jr. Shannon of Hamilton, Ohio...Mr. ily in Louisville, Ky. on their way

and Mrs. C. Ash Sr. of Jefferson- and Mrs. R. C. Bait and daughterof home. For Father's Day

ville, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fox Cincinnati...Mr. and Mrs. Z. .

of Hamilton, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Riffle left Mon- "'

Don Hallberg and daughter Susan of CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. day for Clayton, Ga., where they SLACKS- a

Burlington, Iowa. Richard B. Anderson and family of will stay until late November. f

HARBORLIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and Winter Park...Dr. and Mrs. Arch- e CABANA SETS-

Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Tampa... deacon and family of Dayton, Ohio Commissioner and Mrs. Harvey SPORT SHIRTS- '
Mrs. Clem O'Neal of Ashland of Anna Maria left this weekto
Ky. ...Mr. and Mrs. Beam and family Meyer
...Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Maloneof of Center vii Ie, Ohio..Mr. and spend three months in Rhinelander SWIM TRUNKS-

Dexter, Ga..Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Burk C. Lemunyon of Braden Wis.
WALKING SHORTS-
Charles D. Long of Birmingham, Ri er...Mr. and Mrs. Thom a s 1. (See also Page 4)KIDSDon't
Ala.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Blackwell''! HAWAIIAN THONGS

of Oradell, N. J...Charles L. Hunt

of East Taw as,Mich...Mr. and ForgetTHERE

Mrs. L. L. Campbell of Bradenton.CAPRIBEACHAPARTMENTS .
IS A CLASSIFICATIONFOR
: Mr. WE GIFT WRAP
and Mrs. A. Pitts and family of NON-FLYING MODELS

Lakeland.

TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E. Ordi SHOP IN-AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-

L. Buzbee and son and Mr. and Mrs.

B. D. Buzbee of Lithia.. .Mrs. Hazel r

Segraves of Tampa...Mr. and HOBB /

Mrs. R. Gonzaley and daughter of G

Tampa...Sandra Woodham and C 1t 778-1020

Virginia Troveaux of Bradenton.UNCLASSIFIED. Layaway4z .,:. Phone

...iIi_.'iii iIi iii ii ii iIi iii iii Plan-$ stn rnen 1 women 7781161FATHER'S
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ly each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE Exclusive GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING
:ISLANDER is entitled to one four-line
nest waiited 1f
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Unclassified Ad at no charge each year.
No Strin;., No Gimmicks-One Fr.., RENTAL LIBRARY _
Four-Line Ad for each PAID-UP Sub- CORSWMT Feature
Offer.acriber. So Take Advantage of This AIR CHARGER -J The Sand Dollar Gift Shop ((IZ 1v

WANTED Nice Home for 7-year old Shirley and John DuytscAaver ..r
boy 745-5521.for 2 or 3 months this summer.Calf I: Air Conditioning Of Course,

WANTED TO RENT 2-bedroom furnished WE HAVE IT...
apartment or house, vicinity ICA ISLAND TV 778-1703
Store, Anna Uaria. (Y.ar Around) P. O.
Box 382, Anna Uaria. FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND

WILL TRADE 140 HP Century Inboard
Boat Worth 1500. Looks and Runs like VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
new.For Down Payment on Beach, Bay,
or Canal Home or Cot t a q.in Holmes, 1
Beach or Anna Uaria. Call 778-2791 before *
June 15th, or Winter Haven, CY- PROMPT
3-3827. thereafter. DAMPP CHASER
We Use OAIM
FOR SALE Glrl's 20-inch Bicycle, SERVICE
with trainer wheels Includ.d. Good con-
-41UOA. ONLY S10. Call 778-2531. I I CLOSETS
FOR SALE Frame of good mahogany BOTH Barrels!
ingle bed, including head and foot-
boards. NO mattress or spring. '5. Call 1 ALLY
778-2S31.

FOR SALE OR RENT Nice 2 bedroom For Any Type of Insurance! 1 I
Home on 85th Street. Closed i 5 r
air conditioners, large patio, nicely +
planted lot. Call 778-1530 or 7460651. But Call Us First, IT PAYS! : STOPS


Floors YEAR cleaned AROUND. Mowing and PROPERTY polished.edging trimming.Windows MAINTENANCE (Bag Xrea !Insurance mold

washed service.and Reasonable oiled. Prompt rates-references and efficient

furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 mildew
after 430.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Ser 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 '
vice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. musty odorsFOREVER
Frank Beard. 778-1431. ;
YEARLY RENTALS Furnished
apartment on Gulf, Holmes Beach One Has hot weather caught you
bedroom $75 per month. New unfurnished f
34.4110051. 2-bath house in Holmes Ft I
Beach, IllS per month. Three bedroom with your hair down?
furnished home near Bay in Anna Maria, i
ills per month. Other yearly and seasonal A DUART COLD WAVE is
rentals in several price ranges. i.
Walter S. Hardin, Realtors. 778-1010.
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth- the answer. Designed especially f t rr--f
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Urs. Frank Arrw
Beard. Phone 778-1431. for humid climate. Clip A MDobbe'S : I

MOUE&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE ,
While you are away-a weekly Checking and this or t ."
coupon, save on
of house for any troubles that might '
'develop, air house and water house
plants. FREE Services.ESTIMATES Close f. vyourhouse on any Additional \ ..;;;;;/ another permanent..

..
CLEAN-Open your house CLEAN.
Any Refurbishing or Yard Care. .
GUARANTEED CONTRACT-
PAT 6 MAX HUBER ,+,1 M H I II I I III I I I 11I1I H III I I I II II I Mi bland Hardware
"'
BOX S23 Phone 778-3143
Anna Maria, Home- 778-1772 Island t -JUNE SPECIAL- t & Marine SupplyIf

I have WOULD one,You black LIKE as night A KITTEN another?, of Beauty Salon J COUPON WORTH $1.00 f rfi Gral Hardware or Hovstwarts or Garden S.ppH", wo fcavo It-
the rare all-over charcoal on. istiq.Mtrip.dsoth 771-2111
gray or will let it for you -
rs are just nondescriptin Shopping Center i
color, but lovable in temperament. ON PERMANENT | AUTHORIZED DEALER: Larson Boats, Scott & Evlnrvdo
AU I want is to find good homes for my +
too-voluminous cattery. Olaf Ohlson 778-1380 I Motors, Murray TroiUrt.t .
56th and Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.





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