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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: July 5, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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556 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962 TEN CENTS


I FIREMEN'S AUCTION ANNA MARIA MEETING I

SATURDAY NEW MOSQUITO FOGGING MACHINE PURCHASED

Among the items to be ? t $ According to City Com- in the Gulf Shores Road

offered for sale at the At- missioner Robert R. and Bridge District.

tic Auction sponsored by Moses, the recent influxof Contention of the three

the members of the Anna mosquitoes created an cities is that the Countyhas

Maria Volunteer Firemen + emergency in Anna Maria collected approximately -

from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, last week. At the meetingof $33,000 on the Islandin

July 7, will be some furn- the Anna Maria City the past two years with-

iture, ranges, books, records Commission Monday even- out proper legal authority.

electrical appliances ing, emergency action of Commissioner Arthur

kitchenware, two bicycles the commission in purcha-
the installation
Hansen reported on -

paint,outboard mo- sing a new mosquito fog- of 36 new pre-

tor parts, miscellaneous ger was reported.A stressed concrete piling at

building materials and other resolution voted at a
the City Pier. The repairsare
t hard-to-classify items BEGINNING of the West Coast Intracoastal) Waterway In Sarasota Bay special meeting Wednes-
near the Island. Dredge owned by the R. C. Huffman Construction Co. now being made at a
which may turn out to be which started few days day, June 27, cited the em-
of St. Petersburg, dredging operations a ago. total cost of $2,750, which
1 exactly what some house- The Huffman Co. recently was awarded a $2,014,650 contract for com- ergency and waived the usual -
includes a stockpile of six
pletion of a 35 mile section of the waterway from Casey's Pass at Yen
holder needs to that advertising for bids
occupy ice Inlet to Tampa Bay. (Islander Photo) piling to be used for future -

now unoccupied spot.in his for the fogger, which was emergencies.A .

carport or garage. SHOOTING AT GULF TO BAY purchased at a net price of
total of 150 piling will
Still more items are being BRANDON OPTOMETRIST KILLED AT ISLAND MOTELDr. $1,330. Payment from the
be required at the pier
sought for the auction. Lamar Morgan Richards The Richardses had returned cigaret tax fund will be
within the next three years.
Persons having anything to 29, a Brandon optometrist to the motel from made in October.
New duct work at the
contribute are asked call was shot to death Bradenton shortly before Delivery of the new See-
Community Hall has been
John Prothero at 778-2554, late Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. Saturday. Boggesshad berg machine was scheduled -
completed at a cost of less
Howard Scott at 778-2439, the Gulf to Bay Motel,1501 asked Richards to come for Tuesday, July 3. than $100.

or Aaron VanOstenbridgeJr. Gulf Drive North, Bradenton to the motel office to talk Mayor James O. Ferg-
An amendment to the city
at 778-2528, and they Beach. over some details of the uson explained that the
zoning ordinance was votedto
will arrange: to have the. William H. Boggess, 39, motel transfer. -greater capacity ,of the new create a Special Use

former owner of the motel, Mrs. Richards told police machine would make pos-
(Continued on Page 3) classification, to cover
was arrested by officers of she heard between "three sible fogging of the entire
certain districts already so
ANTI-MOSQUITO FUND the Manatee County Sher- and five" shots. (An auto- city in three and one-half
designated on the city zon-
CONTRIBUTORS iff's department, and held psy disclosed Richards had hours. It took two even-
ing map, and for the use by
Contributors last week to
without bond for investi- been shot five times.) She ings to fog the city with
the Bayou Marina of a park-
the AMI AntiMosquitoFund gation of homicide. rushed from the cottage the old machine, and required -
ing area adjacent to the
were Mrs.Helen Tay- to Dr. Richards' and
According they were occupying an additional two
lor, Anne B. Mills, S.Norman marina property.
widow, she and her saw her husband on the hours the following day to
Walter R. Talley, city attorney -
Rosedale H. A. Rom-
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had of another
husband recently pur- ground in front clean the machine.

eike and the Anna Maria chased the motel from Mr. cottage at the motel, with Moses said repair of the reported on collec-
tion of back taxes, explain-
Corp. and Mrs. Boggess, tradinga Boggess allegedly standingover old machine, rendered inoperative -
Total contributions have ing he had written lettersto
72-foot yacht for theBoggess' him with a gun in. by a fire a few
now reached $989.50, with all property owners in
in the
equity pro- his hand.
weeks ago, would cost approximately -
only about $50 to go to arrears. A certified copyof
perty. (Continued on Page 3)) $400, which
reach the fund's goal. overdue taxes will be
the commission felt was
However, if the fund is prepared by the city clerk,
impractical. Since the fire
oversubscribed, any bal- Mrs. Gladys Dumaine, so
fogging operations in the
ance will be carried over ., .. that the attorney may pro-
city have been carried on
,* !t ceed further.
until next year, when it
I with a machine loaned by
; will be used for the same .ti ..'tiJiIJ' \.; the County. Talley also reported that

purpose, larviciding on the .; < he and Robert Knowles,attorney -
*-*' 1? ; Mayor Carl F. Scott of
entire Island. for George Lacios
:' Holmes Beach reported to
Those who wish to send ; and an associate, were
itJ the Anna Maria Commis-
checks to the fund are askedto .B working out a settlement
-y sion on progress of recovery -
give or mail them to C. I f J' \,." between Lacios and the city
'--. of tax money from
E. Brewer at the Island .6 regarding a paving assess-

Bank.A .... t Manatee County. Scott is ment owed the city. Cer-
acting for all three Island
note from a mosquitofund tain credits were due to
cities in trying to effecta
contributor follows: (Continued on Page 2))
check to NIGHT-BLOOMING CEREUS which made a spectacular display a few return of taxes levied
Am enclosing
nights ago at the former home of Mrs. William K. Hathaway In Anna Mar-
help fight mosquitoes. My Ia. (Islander Photo)
ANNA
1lP4Al MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
property is on the cornerof FLOWER OF THE NIGHT )

66th and Gulf Drive, and Temperature Water Rainfall
This loveliest flower of the night
8am Noon 6pm High
when we moved there ten Like an enchanting alabaster lady J -

years ago, the pests near- Exquisite in the splendor of moonlight June 26--80 92 88 93 88 None
Lies caressed in.soft ebony darkness June 27--82 92 88 92 88 None
ly drove us off the Island. .... *j Glowing out from its deep exotic world \ ,, Q June 28--82 92 86 92 87 .2.
Since then there has beena Of delicate fringe yellow ivory uncurled \i'I June 29--82 92 83 92 88 None

i. Petals radiate brilliant flames, ablaze June 30--82 92 86 92 87 '< .2
great tmprovementavery ; .*
Whispering ecstasies of tropical passion July l..-80 86 86 89 88 None
good project. Too soon lost in bright morning rays. ,'-. July 2--80 92 86 92 88' NoneYonge

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C. G. AUXILIARY ACTIVE I
TELEPHONE 778-2021 DECISIONA Lacios for fill he had given i
Even though one of the public hearing was the I
the city in the area of Tar-
Editor. KIMBALL daily functions of the i U. S. number one item on the Street.
News'and advertising.MARGE KIMBALL @ pon
Coast Guard is for
Auxiliary agenda Tuesday even- Commission voted that a J
Mail Address:Anna Maria, Florida 1 of the Holmes
furthering boating (safety, ing's meeting variance to the set back ;

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in the intensified public interest Beach Board of Aldermen.The regulations applied for by I
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. during National Safe familiar petitions fora
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for Roser Memorial Community t
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. Boating Week has spurred change to C-3 Commercial Church, be delayed .!
National or placed $1.25 column .
advertising inch.
agency
per AMI Flotilla 99 to accel- Zoning of Mr. and Mrs. ,
pending an examination by
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY erate its distribution of information and
William Schweppe, Mr.
the city attorney of the
An Independent weekly published every Thursday by and increase its Mrs. Art Riles and Mr. question of proximity of I.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida other services.One .
and Mrs. Steve Raymondwere the church to a nearbybar.
Entered as second class. matter under the.Act of March 3,1879. of the principal points argued pro and con !

being emphasized is the by attorneys James Wallace Although the variance was

ADVERTISING NO COST TO THE ADVERTISERFor availability at all times of and W. Mack Smiley. recommended by the city r

a number of reasons, some of which we will free, non-punitive, Cour- Following some very eloquent Zoning Adjustment Board, .
make known to our readers from time to time, we tesy Boat Examinations being statements againstthe the question was raised \

have offered all paid-up subscribers what we feel given by qualified, petitions by Smiley, about the distance between ,.

is an exceptional opportunity, and we are using this Coast Guard examined and Wallace said his clients the church and the bar if

space to call the offer to the attention of our readers. approved inspectors of the would accept C-2 zoning the variance were allowed

The opportunity? It is this--we are offering, withno Auxiliary. An examinationwill rather than the C-3 which and a church addition built.

immediate time limit, one free four-line insert- be given only at the they requested. Commission also voted

ion in our "Unclassified Advertising" section, or a request of an individual Because no decision was honor two building permits .
mentioned boat owner. This courtesyis reached due to a tie vote on f
four-line credit on a larger ad. As we issued under the old building \.
above, the offer is made only to paid subscribers. extended to all owners of the board, Wallace with- ordinances, provided

Sooner or later, nearly every householder has private craft, regardless of drew the petitions.well construction on both struc- <,

an item or items he wants to dispose of--not nec- size, type of power or typeof tures is started within 60 I

essarily because he wants to realize a profit on boat. attended and many of days. i

the item, but often merely because he or she wants Boating provides an act- those taking the course ex- One of the permits was is- !
the room it occupies for some other purpose or ob- ivity for all members of a pressed their appreciationof sued to W. R.Kermodeforconstruction '
family, but is fun only when the flotilla's efforts,and of I
ject.And a duplex on
in disposing of the object, oftentimes the ques- practiced with safety and expressed an intention of Lot 9 on Los Cedros Drive,

tion of knowing that someone could use it enters into common sense. adding to their boating know and although he has built a ;
the deliberations of the owner. Hence the use of ads The officers of the Flot- how by taking the more advanced seawall andmadeotherim1}

in this or some other paper.So illa urge all owners of non- courses in boating provements to the site,ac- ]
if you have been thinking about disposing of inspected boats to acquirethe offered by the U. S. Power tual construction of the | .

something around your house or garage, here is safety decal. Owners Squadron. building has not started. 1

your opportunity. Our unclassified ads have sold wanting to arrange for the Members s of Flotilla 99distributed The second permit was issued ,

everything. from automobiles to zithers and items examination of their boats more than 100 to the Island Playersfor J.

for every letter between the two. may arrange the inspection sets of posters, informat- a small addition at the

Take a lesson from some of the more successfulreal by calling CME Officer ional booklets and signs announcing Community Hall. ;{

estate offices, several use these ads regularly, Elliot Alexander at Brad- National Safe At the June meeting of

some intermittently but successfully. Why not try it? enton 746-8874. Boating Week and at the the commission, a new

Another function of the same time, posted large building code was passed,

volunteer auxiliary is to signs asking members to making a building permit

conduct free boating safety organize a search and res- valid for only 60 days,
classes for the public. Flo- cue unit to assist in the whereas there was no limiton
1rw'_.: .- \ tilla 99 elected to offer a
event of a missing boator the older permits.
series of four 2-hour safe-
:" -;' ; a marine mishap. City Clerk Dumaine reported -
ty classes during the monthof Nearly 30 boats of all a total of $14,869in

.r.IT'S June as a lead-into the types are available at all the city treasury, with

: observance of Safe Boating times to assist in such a bills of $1,884 approved i.
Week. The classes were search.
for payment.
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MOOTING AT MOTEL... j an ambulance, but was pro- No bullets remained in the AMI POWER SQUADRON FIREMEN'S AUCTION...
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Page 1) 1 nounced dead on arrival. clip of the .32 caliber auto- GRADUATES 21 (Continued from Page 1))
She said she ran to her
Mrs. Lee Warren, a res- matic pistol when it was The Anna Maria Island items picked up by the
husband and tried to give
ident of the motel, was an found. Power Squadron recently firemen.

him mouth-to-mouth res- eyewitness to the shooting, Mrs. Boggess was taken graduated its last class of The firemen.promise an

piration. Richards was taken and called the sheriff's of- to County jail, but was ret current season, with afternoon .of fun at the fire
to Manatee Memorial
I fice. leased SUnday.On 21 students completing the station, with amateur ,auc-
, Hospital in Bradenton in
The first officer to res- Monday, Boggess told course in Seamanship, and tioneers, prizes, hot dogs,

LEGAL NOTICES pond to the call, Deputy a reporter that Walter R. successfully passing the cold drinks and a displayand

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Chuck Wood, said that when Talley of Bradenton had final examination.The explanation of the department's -
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned do hereby certify that he arrived, Boggess was been retained as his attorney 21 students in the fire fighting
they are conducting a rental cottage
business under the fictitious name of running toward the high- but Monday evening course were: Dr. John H. equipment.
COLONY BAY COTTAGES on Second
I Str..t North, Bradenton Beach, Florida, way, and Wood had to run Talley would not confirm Deam, Frank J. Brechlin,
and that said firm is composed of the Goodman and Norman M.
I following persons whose names and after Boggess to overtake the statement. Lewis C. Bricker, SidneyG.
places of residence are as follows; Peterson of Bradenton;
James E. Lindsay and Natalie Lindsay, him. Wood said Boggess Boggess and his wife pur- Brown Jr., Robert B.
201 North William H. Hager and Car-
Bay Drive, Bradenton Beach,
Florida. offered no resistance.At chased the motel from Ell- Collins, Evelyn F. Dobbe,
Ownership of COLONY BAY COT- ol Hager of Longboat Key;
TAGES is as follows!James E. Lindsay the County jail, Bog- wood Wolfe in February, John O. Maner, Gail P.
and Natalie Lindsay-each 50 per cent.It James Maloney and Rob-
is intention to apply to the Clerk gess reportedly stated he 1961, and have operated it Turpen and E. Delos Wet-
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee ert A. Nerrie Jr. of Anna
County, Florida, to register the said[ and Dr. Richards had been intermittently since that more of Holmes Beach;
nom of COLONY BAY COTTAGES un- Maria, and Karl Squires _
der the provisions of Chapter 865.09 arguing about the motel time. Before moving here, 1 Howard A. Ganzemiller of
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1959. and Hampton R. stevensonof H
Jun.Witness 1962.our hands this llth day of 1 transaction, but later refused they lived in St. Peters-5 San Remo Shores; Samuel Palmetto. I

NATALIE JAMES E. LINDSAY LINDSAY to make any further burg, where Boggess gave
Owners statement. Soon after being lectures on salesmanship and Harold M. Pine of Bay- HIGH TWELVE CLUB
614. 21 & 28, 7-5, '62
jailed, Boggess com- and related subjects. Atone j shore Gardens; Harold Wand The Island High Twelve

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO time he sold and Club now meets each Thur-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME plained of a heart attack.He gave Deputies Wood, W. D.
The undersigned do hereby certify sday noon at the Gulf Ter-
courses for the Dale Carnegie -
that they'Intend to conduct a Motor was taken to a hospital Fort and Jim Martin.
Vehicle filling and service station race. Speaker this week
business under the fictitious name of where an examination Institute. Chief Investigator J. Z.

business"ISLAND will SHELL be conducted SERVICE"at;the that northwest scud- failed to support his claim, Officers taking part in Stanley interrogated Bog- will be County Commis-
corner of Gulf Drive and Marina
Drive in the City of Holmes Beach, and he was returned to the investigation were She- gess and witnesses. sioner Earl Bibey.
Manatee County Florida; and that said
firm is composed of the following persons riff Ken Gross, Chief Dep-
whose names and places of residence jail.When
are as follows Sheriff Ken Gross uty Clyde Gill, DetectiveLt. DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
William C. Hochstetler and Mildred A.
Hochstetler, both residing at 3306 51st and his men arrived at the Robert Coller, Ident- The Glllf Park FOR
Avenue Terrace Bradenton Florida. All-Modern MOBILE HOMES
Ownership of "ISLAND SHELL SER- motel, the gun used in the ification Officer Mike
VICE" is as follows William C. Hoch- Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers to 55
stetler, fifty per cent, and Mildred A. shooting could not be found, Prieto, Detective Jack Key, up
Hochstetler fifty per cent. Recreation Hall ShuHleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
Further the undersigned do certify but later it was found in a
that it is their intention to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for briefcase. in the Boggesscar. Island Repair &
Manatee County, Florida to Registerthe ANTICIPATED
said name of "ISLAND SHELL The car was loaded Electric Service COMPOUNDED
SERVICE" under the provisions of 41 1//4 ANNUAL

Acts Chapter of 1961.865.09 of the Florida Statutes, with personal and house- w. Service 0 DIVIDEND QUARTERLYWhy

Witness our hands this 25th day of hold possessions in preparation -
June A. D. 1962.William OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS, ALL
.-. Mildred C.A. Hochstetler Hochstetler for ,their vacatingthe TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER permit your money to earn less when safety
6-28, 7-5,12, 19, '62 premises. HEATERS APPLIANCES, PUMPS is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

AND LAMPS. investing? Consider .

RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur Anything in the Electrical Line SAFETY (of your funds)

AVAILABILITY
luxury accommodations r P All Kinds of Repairing
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BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS 'iaIACH PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
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SURF and POOL BATHING
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For Reservations or Information Call 778.1511
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Or Write: Box 366
& "Serr/ce/ With Interest" 722. SI1
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Page 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, July 5, 1962

Let's GoFishing Akron, Ohio, a 14 pound a 14 pound red grouper. .R saes 7"say "a.'

and a seven pound grouper. Thursday, June 28: Law-

Lawrence Barr of Dayton, rence Patten, Crawford- 1 s
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Ohio, a 10 1/2 pounder. ville, Ind., 27 pound grouper 4

K Friday, June 22: A big ; Bill Martin, Bayshore

catch of black grouper and Gardens, 18 pound grouper,

. Mrs. Jim Sage reports mangrove snapper. Dr. O. and Mary Forrester, Nor-
fine catches for the .
some B. Pavelin, Bradenton folk, Va., 12 1/2 pound red A:
on the ADMIRALS ;
passengers
Beach, 16 pound grouper; snapper.
the two weeks.
past Tom Ellis ZolfoSprings, Friday, June 29: Bill Id-

ADMIRAL TOO, Sunday, a 14 pound, grouper; Violet dings, Beloit, Ohio, 27 lb.
June 17 Chuck Hasick, 8
: Cheek, Frakes, Ky., 12 lb. grouper; E. W. Clark,Cin- d

years old of St.Petersburg, mangrove snapper,and Or- cinnati, 19 pound grouper; ?
23 pound grouper; Clifford and ..._ r, s
11 Elma '' -
ren Jossart, Sarasota, Iddings Ronny :t '''' ''''' <

Warren, Venice, 17 pound pound mangrove snapper. Lutha of Cicero, 111., each SUCCESSFUL FISHERMAN H. T. Redd of Kansas City, Mo. with large
and Leroy Fas- kingfish and several large grouper landed on charter trip aboard boat
grouper '
Sunday, June 24: Robert caught a 17 pound grouper. MARY K III out of Bayou Marina, owned by Charters, Inc. Man at rightis
sett of Valrico, a 15 pound Clay of Plant City and Doyle Saturday, June 30: A total Capt. Gus Mayers, skipper of MARY K. Others on trip were Mr. and
black Mrs. H. C. Thompson of Clewiston; Mrs. Thad Thompson of Bradentonand
grouper. Sweeney of Sebring, each a of 144 fish were caught, Mrs. Leon Ingram of Alexandria, Va. (Islander Photo)
Tuesday, June 19: Don 22 pound grouper, and Richard with Willie Willis of Bain-
Bluffton Ohio 19 out of Bayou Marina and Pier fishing is getting
,
Lytle Bade of Tampa, a bridge, Ga., high for the
Jack other points on the Island. better after a long periodof
Mrs.
pound grouper; 20 1/2 pound grouper. day with a 14 pound grou-
Hill, Macon, Miss., 12 1/2 Also, quite unaccountably, too smooth, too clear
Monday, June 25: Pat per; Lee Hockett, Tampa,
pound and John quite a few large kingfishare water, snook, drum, trout
grouper
Campbell of Wilmington, and T. M. Shepard of Pine
Ardmore Okla. being brought in. and mackerel are back and
McKnight, ,
Del., a 15 3/4 pound grou- Crest tied with a 13 1/2
10 3/4 )# )# biting.
pounder. per; Robert Ellingson of pounder apiece, and Kay

Saturday, June 23: J. C. Park Ridge, Ill., a 15. 1/2 Adams of Tampa and Fer-
Have Your PAINTING Done !
Auburndale 28 By Experts
McRight, pounder, and George Ad- rol Drehouse of Pasadena,

pound grouper; M. T. Davis kins of Plant City, a 14 Cal. tied for third, each WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON

St. Albans, W. Va., pound red grouper. landing a 10 1/2 pounder. EVERY SURFACE!
19 1/2 pound grouper, and
Tuesday, June 26: Wil-
BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN
Tom Maddox, Lakeland, a liam Kirt of Racine, Wis., Plenty of bottom fish are

14 pound grouper. a 22 pound grouper; and also being caught by the HARRY M. RIFE

Monday, June 18,ADMIRAL Leonard Engleton of Mar- private and charter boats LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna

: Jim Bruney, Cortez, shall, Mich.and Gene Cole- Maria Phone 778-1341

19 pound grouper; Karis man, St. Louis,each caughta

Myers, Pueblo, Col., 17 16 pound black grouper. SHOP THEISLAND

pound grouper, and Chick 27 Bob A.h ;
Wednesday, June : i '1kitup... ,
Warner, Aiken, S. C., a Mainfort, East Lansing, FIRST! ;

15 pounder. Mich., 17 pound grouper;
.
FRIENDLY SERVICE
IF IT'S INSURANCEWE
Wednesday, June 20: John Corky Whidden of Parrish, FAIR PRICES
Bryan, Bradenton, a 26 lb.
15 1/2 pound grouper, and FINE QUALITYC
cobia; Jim Schultz, 10, of Mike Bowman of Atlanta, HAVE IT


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Travel Service R. KERMODE

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you want any
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CALL 778-1228
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July 5, 1962 TilE ISLANDER I'aKe 5

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE family of Crescent Drive, Anna AKINS-TREAT "< .. _.
(See alto Page 8)CAPRIBEACHAPARTMENTS Maria,are moving to Milton,Mass.
':"! :... .
: Mr. The Rev and Mrs.Gerald K.Lowe #

I and Mrs. E. Betz of St. Petersburg. and family are vacationing in New ..S
York and Canada. -- --_._--"--' .. .....
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Akins and fam- :'" 1y. 1\-
Mr. and Mrs. William Warren are ,. ,
ily left Sunday on a month's vaca- '. ,
tion trip to Pennsylvania, Michigan, vacationing in*Waynesville* N. C. / .
and the Seattle Worlds Fair. On their .
Island Fire Marshal Leon F. Staf- .- '
return trip they plan to visit Yellow- ford last week attended in Miami, i ..- -- .-. -.
stone National Park. After the trip, .
the 34th Annual Conference of the
they will return to the Island and t
Southeastern Assn. of Fire Chiefs.
will continue to make their home
Highlights of the conference in-
here.
cludeda tour of Miami's new $700, --
SALTY PAIR. Ted and Sherry Tripp, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
000 Central Station and addresses I
Mrs. L. R. DeWolf of Rockford by top fire and Civil Defense CAROLYN AKINS Ted Tripp Sr. of North Shore Drive. (Islander Photo)

Ill and her son Steve arrived here officials. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Akins of 208
.
.._
,
a few days to spend the summer .J. m. 'V
ago 56th Street Holmes Beach, have :r ;' ,,; ;
at their home on Elm Avenue, Anna J. Hartley Blackburn of White announced engagement of their ".<.. .,f '< ,< zf'iO"l'f.,. i7 5",;."',."-""" .." ,, }." r .
Maria. A guest of the DeWolfs' is Avenue left for Boston Tuesday to daughter., Miss Carolyn Louise "' ( ij

Mrs. Max Carey of Scotch Plains, attend a two-week Advanced Ad- Akins, to John C. Treat, son of Mr. ;.;. i .' 4JHU'. ... _____
N.J.,daughter-in-law of Max Car- ministrative Institute for school sup- and Mrs. Fred L. Treat of 121 31st
ey, a member of the Baseball Hall erintendents at Harvard University.Mrs. Street West, Bradenton.
of Fame. Blackburn and daughter Jean Carolyn graduated from Manatee
accompaniedhim. They will return High School in 1961 and is now attending -
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. "Buster" Da- home July 25. Manatee Junior College.Her F

visofOcalaand their daughter Pat- The annual convocation, now in fiance is a Radarman 3/C in
ricia are vacationing at Magee's its eleventh year, is limited to 60 the U. S. Navy, and is stationed
Annex.Mr.Davis is a former Island superintendents invited from all aboard the U. S. S. Vesole, DDR-

resident, having spent many vaca- over the U. S. In class and seminar 878, out of Charleston, S. C.
tions here during the Florida boom sessions, the school officials will There are no immediate wedding
days of the Twenties. come to grips with problems of making plans. ..
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ii. r'
and out policies as affected -
carrying
Major and Mrs. Carl F. Beall of
Cocoa Beach are vacationing at by current developments in Church of Nashville, Tenn. and SOME OF EQUIPMENT and officers of Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99,
their home on Gulf Drive. mathematical sciences and tech- author of many books. Those dele- U. S. CoastGuard Auxiliary. At right are George O. Athorne and Mel
nology. They are also expected to gates planning to attend are Mrs. commander and vice commander of the flotilla and at left, Elliot C.
Prudence Maxon, daughter Mrs. appraise influences on educational Richard Wiggins, Mrs. Robert De- Alexander. Courtesy Motorboat Examination Officer of the flotilla.
Frances Maxon of North Shore Drive, priorities growing from social, his- Vane, Mrs. John Huth, Mrs. George Boat at right is Athorne's 37-foot BONNIE LASS, while that at left is
attending Camp Dorothy Thomas torical and psychological sources. Norwood Mrs.John VanOstenbridgeand owned by Chester Crawford. Both are used by the flotilla in search and
Girl Scout Camp near Tampa for Working with the school heads will Mrs. John Witt. rescue operations. (Islander Photo)

two weeks. be scholars from philosophy, psychology -
sociology, government, SUMMERTYPING FOR BETTER PLUMBING
Mrs. Charlotte Snyder of Gulf
economics and
history. CALL 778-2012
Drive,Bradenton Beach,left the Island CLASSESFor

this week to fly to Sheridan, Roser Memorial CommunityChurch 10-Year-Olds and Up R. C. SCHUCHARD
Wyo. and then to Montana, where is sending six delegates from LEARN TO TYPE
she will spend several months. She the church to the Children's Workers' AND EARN BONDED-MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE

was joined in Lexington Ky. by her Conference in Lakeland, July TOP GRADES PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

niece, Miss Kathy. Hettrick.* 10 to 12. Theme of the conferencewill Call 746.7431 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
be "Helping Children Grow In
Mr.and Mrs.T. B. Allen of Nash- Christian Faith" and the leader will SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND
ville and their three SOMERS COLLEGEAcross
Tenn. daughters be the well known Dr. Mary Alice
are spending a vacation at the Jones, director of the Departmentof from Palace Theatre Simlaml Turf & Garden
Snyder Duplex.in Bradenton Beach. Children's Work of the Methodist The Island Bus Stops at Our Door!
_._
-- --
Gary Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. -- Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
George Wagner of Magnolia Ave-
nue, is spending a week at Boy Scout FUNERAL HOME SHANNON and LandscapingAT

Camp Flying Eagle.
TWO LOCATIONS -
Miss Halle Woods and Miss Flora SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Woodsof Maple Avenue are spend- -
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
ing two months at Fletcher, N. C. Bradenton 7511 N. Tomtom! Trail, SaroMt
.
Mr. and Mrs. John Francis and Phone: 746.2111 Phone: 745.9811 PHONE 778-2711


REASONER & AICSORFLORIST
CERTIFIED
Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. EXCELLENTby
",,.. rfWnrwy to tht ItlanfDbd 'SS
Florida Hotel TV
Grand Hotel BldQ. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Commission i i kite Sands

Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. APARTMENTMOTEL
Established 1908A
Call 778.2577 i I i

FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES FURNITUREAND Phone Call Will Bring a Representative For Reservations

The Bradenton 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 6504 GULF DRIVE,
1-2 BEDROOM
Office Equipment Co. BRADENTON I EFFICIENCIES

530 13th St. BRADENTON ANNA MARIA ISLAND! .HEATED POOL-TV r* ".'



1, PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES AIR.CONDITIONERS- TELEVISION A SYMBOL OF GOOD [ffil.FOODLINER1%


1 xptrt and Prompt Stm'ct ... ,.... .... r'"- ..--:
725 Uth St. Bradenton, 744-0351 w:4 Del Monte Silver Dollar Days'l111uaday.

WATER .

BILL STEWART ; .c DELMONTE CHUNK STYLE TUNA.... FOR 51.00

PHOTOGRAPHER DEL MONTE FRUIT I COCKTAIL I ((303)-) FOR 51.00

DEL MONTE Pineapple Grapefruit Drink((6 oz.).... for 51.00 '
3308 Third Av.nu. W.st ON THEISLAND
IRADEMTONFLORIDA DEL MONTE GARDEN PEAS (303)-5) FOR 51.00 j I

OHIe 745-4321 Hem 744-2319 DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE CORN (303)).-S FOR 51.00

DEL MONTE CATSUP (LIMIT 1) ((1" oz. BOTTLE-1s.

'I CERAMICSISLAND g FOLGER'S COFFEE-39. lb. WITH 57.00 ORDER

HEADQUARTERSFOR ILY.ER DOLLAR WITH COUPON & 5100RDER-7s.

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: CERAMIC SUPPLIES IGA TABLERITE
(IGA TABLERITE
PORCELAIN & CERAMIC Bon.l.ss Chuck Roost CHUCK STEAK.N49p

FIRING Manatee County Water 69.

LARGE SELECTION OF Company With Every Purchase We Now Give

GREENWARE (INCORPORATED)
PIONEER SAVING STAMPS
EDYTH'S CERAMICS Busintu 0///c:

5339 GULF DRIVE Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida SEE OUR WEEKLY CIRCULAR!

HOLMES BEACH Telephone 778-2022 ERNIE CAGNINA Prop ANNA MARIA 77'.1925



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REAL ESTATE SALES

John J. Russell of Or- i : '

lando recently purchasedLot I
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18 in Holmes Beach
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1 14th Unit on 58th Street, 1 F i

CHURCHESHARVEY from Frank B. Giles fora

MEMORIAL CHURCH stamp-indicated price of
(Non.Deaollli INItio.al)
Hradenton B achIu. $3,300. The sale was negotiated 111i I
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A.V. SIMMS
by John B. Pro-

SUNDAY: thero, registered real estate -
9:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. broker.A .
two-bedroom home anda
BERNARD MISSION
at 216 Pine Avenue -
/YirSi; it>:\. tiu\cl t. %1Et.111t.IIUSUNDAYS cottage

: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Anna Maria, was pur-

WEEKDAYS: : 8:00 a.m. chased recently by Mr. and
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS: Mrs. Earl Webb andfamilyfrom
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction,
Holmes Supplies. The TWO STILL LIFES BY RENE REDON, COLLECTIVELY TITLED "RELAXATION." '

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL sale was made by Frank
REv.: LEE RATI.UF. l'a Davidson of the office of
THURSDAY:
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams. Jack Holmes, Realtors.
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Church Business -
Meeting. AMI POWER SQUADRON

FRIDAY: MOONLIGHT CRUISE
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation
Hour.SUNDAY Members of the Island

: Power Squadron recently qtri
8:45 a.m. Sunday School.
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. the annual
enjoyed moon-
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. SEASIDE GARDENS
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. light cruise,with more than

MONDAY: 100 members and guests
7:30 p.m. Nominating Committee. .aI
smart and modern
TUESDAY: making a leisurely four-

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Chapel: Choir. hour trip in the Bay from TOWN HOUSESby

10:00 a.m. Ruth Jones Circle. Cortez aboard the ADMIRAL -
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study.
cruising to the Skyway JACK HOLMES

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denominutional Bridge and back. Coffee, of holmes beachYOU
( )
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor soft drinks and sandwicheswere ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT SEASIDE GARDENS.

THURSDAY! : served Jack Carsonof SEVERAL HOMES WILL BE OPEN THE WEEK OF JULY 4TH.
7:30 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal.
SUNDAY: Bradenton Beach arran-

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. . .
ged the event. . t'
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. -

MONDAY 6:30 p.m.: Couple's Club at homeof ...'' it's time ...
WE RENT --
Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn. .
TUESDAY: :: to change! I
-
11:30 a.m. Guild Meeting. FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS *-' .

WEDNESDAY: PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING ,. .totiS'.1 'j _:
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
COTS r"r. 3 .
i 1'I \
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS r '
CHURCH (
{!

Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor LINENS BLANKETS J r ____ .........._ i b bI .

SUNDAY: LINEN RENTAL SERVICE

8:30 a.m. Church School. .
10:00 a.m. The Service. Bradenton Beach 778-1472 :*:' :
.. ..

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Water ..... .
Elgin -- -
(Episcopal))
B iv. GOULD K. LOWE

THURSDAY: Softeners and Filters
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY:
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and BONDEDINSURED
Sermon, Church School.
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young Church- Gr
men.
,

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON I
ROY PHILLIPS I Ir Iw
BEAUTY SERVICES
THE WATER SOFTENING ,
OWN tVIMIHOS IT APPOIHTMIHTCor.
COMPANY

Crescent ANNA and MARIA Pine .CITY Ph. 778-2311 1 I 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, there's so much NEW in a modern 2-in-1

Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486 ..........


REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER

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: MORE FOOD SPACE ZERO.COLD TEMPERATURE
J i
.lest floor
t=: ,' space A i Freezer section keepsfoods
WHILE I \. New models are bigger tasty.fresh for J I
-., xcsMur/* P. inside,smaller outside.
'f months. Cook ahead; have on hand.
/Wti-fx
Doors have generous storage space. Leftovers are never wasted. Loads of
You can save. money by stocking up room for ice cubes,too.
WE / on "specials. Save time shopping.
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DO YOUR LAUNDRY fA. t.'T .:' NO DEFROSTING! ;.::> <' I: ADJUSTABLE SHaY ... .::-i i-''
;
..7t_ .';free New or models self.defrosting.are frost- ." ,/: .'If-Shelves swing out.that or slide can out.be

CALL 778-2295 No scraping chipping or mopping. raised and lowered. Everything is visible
.:, Frees you forever from a messy chore. and at your fingertips.


FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE '.-, BUY NOW! Featured values and easy terms (ion separate home freezers,toot {JL ,

ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND .; at your electric appliance dealer $ttt
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Beach Bendix
AM V.ckicI.IriyN
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& Cleaners < '. (1' 7 fco.. for .*..
Laundry Dry -
fcrr.a';.';' ff "rf elf'A00'- MCDAU1ON .worrf

205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach I : FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANYII.







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1\ I ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
Houses suitable for (Island climate
1 SALE Licensed Electrical Contractors
fOR and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Snapper and Pint Streets : Additions. Trustworthy esti-
Electric Wiring Fixtures mates given.NORMAN .
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
DICK.I Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591


WE HAVE LISTINGS MANY FINE HOMES

PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU
e
yt y +
3 ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED

SECOND BUILDING in Seaside Gardens co-operative apartment pro- HOME, LET US SHOW YOU THESE.
ject. Three-unit building will be followed by four more buildings
expected to be completed by early fall. Apartments are being sold ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

778-2663 more rapidly than they can be finished. Units in new building are now
open for inspection. (Islander Photo) E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER

I New Home ? HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.

0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
Look For These Signs I Let Us Do Your Landscaping

YEARLYRENTALS withSHRUBS JULY 4th SPECIAL

& PALMS '
If. DRASTICALLY REDUCED !

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED :===r for ISLAND Growing HOME IN RESTRICTED SUBDIVISIONONEBLOCK

APARTMENT IN HOLMES .
FROM THE BEACH. OFFERS FOUR
BEACH. $65 PER MONTH '- :
t. PHELPS NURSERY
LARGE BEDROOMS THREE AND ONE-HALF
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
PINE AVENUE PHONE 778-1501
SECOND FLOOR APART BATHS, TWO SCREENED PATIOS ONE WITH

MENT, HOLMES BEACH, HOLMES BEACH WATERFRONTTwo 26 FOOT KIDNEY SHAPED SWIMMING POOL.
$75 PER MONTH
Bedroom, One and one-half Bath Home HAS 25 by 21 FOOT LIVING ROOM WITH
TWO BEDROOM, NEWLY
FURNISHED HOME, PALM with Large Florida Room; Terrazzo Floors; FIREPLACE

DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH, Central Heat; Large Garage and Utility Room; CONSIDER THESE EXTRAS-
$125 PER MONTH REFRIGERATOR...CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDI-
Water Softener. 180 feet on Canal, with Good
TIONING...WASHING MACHINE...WATER SOFTENER...
3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Capped Seawall. Perfect lawn and shrubbery.All BOAT DOCK...SEAWALL WITH WALKWAY...
HOME, WITH BOAT
RIGHTS, $125 PER MO. for ONLY 22000. Possession in 30 days. ALL FOR ONLY $28,000..EASY FINANCING I !

JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED Gertrude Blassingame Realtor
1 ,
BEDROOM FURNISHED
& RENTALS
REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES
APARTMENT. AIR CON Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
8Ut STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
116 SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman
DITIONING AND TV. ALL 778.2156
UTILITIES PAID. ONLY Anna Maria, FloridaInterested
$65 PER MONTH PRESTIGE HOME For Sale

$8,750 BUYS THIS CUTE
2 BEDROOM HOME WITH THREE BEDROOMS THREE BATHS. KING- In

ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN SIZED LIVING_ ROOM; NICE DINING ROOM;
: and GARAGE."COMPLET
FLORIDA ROOM MODERN KITCHEN THREE
ELY FURNISHED, INCLUDINGAIRCONDITIONER ; ;

PATIOS: HOBBY ROOM. COVERED BOATHOUSE
NICE YARD, AND ONLY
INCOME PROPERTY ?
100 FEET FROM BEACHI OFFERED UNFURNISHED AT 35000.
*

HOLMES BEACH THIS RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
BEST BUY..CB DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED
VERY ATTRACTIVEHOME Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 ,
COMPLETELY WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA
FURNISHED AND IN EX-
AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
,, CELLENT CONDITIONHAS -
!
ASTOUNDING
GARAGE AND WELL. FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

j LANDSCAPED YARD. FISHING PIER. TERMS: S9,000--l,000 Down, $80 per

{, ONLY BEACH.200 PRICE FT. FROM$10,500-THE Key Royale & Bay Palms MONTH, OR $8,500 CASH!

$1SOOdawn,$95 per month *
*
300 ft. of BAY FRONT-- "BONUS. HOMES-- ALSO MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN DUPLEXES, SMALLOR

ZONED COMMERCIAL- OFFER FAR MORE FOR FAR LESS! LARGE MOTELS.
Deep Water from Upland to *
Channel-Will LEASE or
SELL. CONTACT US FOR
DETAILS. +x I IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GULF FRONTAGE, WE

HAVE IT! WITH SINGLE DWELLING, DUPLEX OR

$16,500 BUYS THIS TWO- MOTEL ZONING.
BEDROOM GULF FRONT
r HOME. LARGE LIVING
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, -

FLORIDA ROOM, AND
GARAGE. SEAWALLEDLOT. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

ONLY $3,500 DOWN AVAILABLEAlso
I BONUS HOME No.9
AND $95 A MONTH, INCLUDING -
INTEREST. 516-71st ST., HOLMES BEACH the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
*
I
US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
WANT TO LIVE ON THE OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY.
GULF? COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWalter

This75x100Lot in Holmes .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
Beach Is ONLY $9,5001
., f. TWO LARGE BEDROOMS
1
DUPLEX ON THE GULF- S TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS
,I EACH APARTMENT HAS
TWO BEDROOMS. NICE OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM S. Hardin

100 x 200 Foot lot. HOME .95-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT, I
FULLY FURNISHED AND FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED
AIR CONDITIONED.PRICE Realty Company
a e a a a a
a $30,000-TERMS.* ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors

90 x 110 Seowalled Canal
I $18,300LIBERAL
t Lot In HOLMES BEACH-

J On paved street, and pricedAt FINANCING .3 .
ONLY $3,5001
a NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS, TO MEET YOUR ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

THREE HOLMES BEACH NEEDS--AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778.1756
LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001
AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI FRAN MAXON, Associate 778.1307Tlorsday
ZONED DUPLEX. KEY ROYALE, INC.




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8 I THE ISLANDER Thursday July 5, 1962

of Independence Mo.. .Mr and

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs. James Welch and family of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
I Lake 1 a n d...Mr. and Mrs. Orval
u T pleasant, sure, to see -': none in print."-LORD BYRON Emerson and sons and Mrs. Leechof Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

North Lafayette, Ohio. .Mr. and

NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. ily of Cincinnati.. .Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Ellis and children of Loveland -
ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
W. Dustwan and family of Washington Paul McCalister and children of Ohio. ,

D. C...Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hyattsville, Md. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. .
C. Malineski of St. Petersburg SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: and Mrs. James R. Woodruff and YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

.Charlotte L. Sabin and Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Coomer of family of Lexington, Ky. ..Mr. and

Nichols of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Ohio. .Mrs.Evelyn Laning Mrs. A. Bernhard family of BUYS MORE Fountain Service
Frank Butler and family of West Is- and family of New Lebanon Ohio. Ardsley Pa. .Mr and Mrs. R. W. COMPLETE

lip, N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. D. EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Shaw of Marietta, Ga. Mr. and Ju J! texallIH Toiletries Stationery
Davis of Jacksonville. .Mr and David Miller and family of Marion Mrs. Joe M. Searbough of Orlando. ; HLINE

Mrs. Donald French of Lakeland.. Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hutch- LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Magazines and Books:

Mrs. Roger Green and party of Wau- inson and family of Lakeland. ..Mr. Mrs. Max Langeluh of Chicago. .

chula.. .Mrs. Blanche Fuchs of and Mrs.George Gray of Elgin 111. Rebecca,Verna and Marilyn Nisten- Beach Wear

Apopka.. .Mr. and Mrs. George R. ..Mr. and Mrs. Julius Diprima of dirk of New Madrid, Mo..Robert
Johnston and family of Ft. Rucker Rome, Ga. ..Mr and Mrs. Hank I.Burch and family of East St. Louis IN A REAL

Ala. .Mr.and Mrs.Andrew P.Mil- Travis and family of Dayton Ohio. Ill.. .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Abel DRUG STORE General Sundries

ler Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. TRIPP'S COURT: Miss Doris Civasof of Indianapolis..Mr.and Mrs.

Miller Jr. of Leesburg. .Mr. and Lakeland.. .Mrs. Edith Greer of. Donald Abel and party of Lakeland
Mrs. S. Kawamoto of Chicago. North Wilkesboro N.C.. .Don Randolph .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Jones of Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mau- and Ray Fleming of Lakeland. Plant City. .R. P. Clark Jr. of Bra-
denton. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. Caldwell Phone 778-1411 Night 778.2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
rice R. Free of Mooresville, Ind... ROD&REELMOTELMr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Walker of George M.Oher and daughter of Mt. and family of Danville, Ga. .

Bartow. .Mr and Mrs. Salvatore Dora. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bybeeand Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boutwell and Keep Cool & ComfortableTHESE

Ligori of Tampa.HARBORLIGHTS. family of Winter Haven.. family of Mulberry.. .Mr. and Mrs.J. .

MOTEL: Mr. and Frank Miller of Bowling Green.. S. Vagler of Lakeland. .Mr. and
Mrs. G. Lee Martin of Gallipolis Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Coleman of Mrs. H. D. Weeks and family of HOT DAYS

Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Youngof Eagle Lake. ..Dr and Mrs. B. P. Lake Wales. Floyd M. Watson and

Winchester Ky...Mr. and Mrs. Heater and sons of Orlando. ..Mr. party of Ft. Meade.. Mr. and Mrs. SUNBACK DRESSESMisses

Howard Best of Plant City. ..Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Chenette and son of Luke L. Miller of Kokomo Ind. .

and Mrs. J. R. Malone of Elkhart, Hollywood...Sam S c a 1 a r o Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Conrad of and Half Sizes

Ind. ..Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hangerof Tampa. West End, N. C. ..Mr and Mrs. by

Indianapolis. .Mr. and Mrs. R. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Clifton M. Hurst and family of FLAIR OF MIAMI

V. Murphy of Ashland, Ky. ..Mr. Harold L. Thomas of Lakeland.. Maryville Tenn.. .Mr and Mrs. PAT PERKINS
and Mrs. Ralph W. Davis of Joliet Mr. and Mrs. Burford Gentry and H. D. Deeson of Lakeland. Mr.

111...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foslerof family of Chattanooga Tenn. and Mrs. Edgar C. Watkins and son ALIX OF MIAMI

Joliet, 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. Orvil CHARLINVILLAS: Mrs. Lilla Cro- of Plant City.T HAWAIIAN STYLESby

Johnstoi of Kankakee, 111. .Mr. miller of Bradenton has as her guests A PANES COTTAGE: Mr. and

and Mrs. Claude Blackburn Jr. of Professor Bruce Cromiller of Appleton. Mrs.G. Stewart and family of Mul-

Cincinnati.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wis. and his three children. berry. NANI OF HONOLULU

McGlaughlin of Dayton, Ohio. He is a member of the language department DON DEI: Mr. and Mrs. L. F.. KAMEHAMEHA

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Rufner of at Appleton College. Hines and family of Tampa. a ALFRED SHAHEEN
Ft. Wayne Ind. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Colon of ESTRELLITA APARTMENT: Miss
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B. West of Olney Md. .Mr and Toronto Ohio and family.. Oscar Grace Snell Mrs. Harvey Snell and. .

Mrs. James Stewart of West Palm E. Reeder and party of Ft. Worth Miss Ann Smith of Midland City + N4 x /

Deach. Texas. .M. E. Hollingsworth and Ala. Miss Sandra Parker of Ozark L it

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. party of Ellenton. .Mr and Mrs. Ala.M.
and Mrs. Floyd Carlton of Limona Andrew Scerenzi of Hazelwood, N. & M COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Layaway Phone

..Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kirschnerof C. .Mr and Mrs. J. Guanaltemaof Joseph Pearson of Westwood, Mass. women 778-1161
Plan CAR f."men 4
Cincinnati.. .Mr.and Mrs.James Chicago. FRICK COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.

Albrittonof La k e la n d.. Mr. and PLATA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Grady V. Kelly Jr. of Decatur Ga. ;rrirr-.rrrr___Ii
Mrs. O. Hendricks and family and Mrs. A. Hem and family of JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and -------------.-----------------

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White and fam- Winston-Salem, N. C... Dr and Mrs. Homer Ely and children of Yp- :====- =:===: ONLY
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EIGHT LINES-SLOP MINIMUM 50f Van McKibbon and family of Chat- PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.L. --re.rr..rrrr.err.rr.-.---=:;_.'r---==. GIVES YOUNOISELESS

tanooga, Tenn. D. Aldermanof Wimauma. .W. r------------a--- r---r
ISLANDER PHOTOS A. an added ..r- APARTMENTS Mrs.T. H. Denny of Concord, N. C. =r..rrr r-rrrrrr-
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of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- F. Henderson and grandchildren (See Also Page 5) Exclusive
DER are available at $1.25 each. Write
THE ISLANDER Anna Maria or Phone IO.ITIlO. ..the mostwantedAIR
7782021. ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES F
Consumer Feature
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -
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JULY .HIGH: CHARGER
: llowina. edging, trimming. --LOW.5 -
Floor cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient Thur. 3:47 a.m. 1.0 1:16 p.m. 2.1 6:23 a.m. 0.9 8:36 p.m.0.3
service. Reasonable rates-references 6 Fri. 3:56 a.m. 1.0 2:0.4 p.m. 1.9 7:26 a.m. 0.9 9:13 p.m.0.2
furnished.Ken Fellows. Phon. 778-2894 Air Of CourseISLAND
after 4:30. 7 Sat. :22 a.m. 1.1 2:56 p.m. 1.7 8:36 a.m. 0.8 9:52 p.m. 0.0 Conditioning
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Ser 8 Sun. .4:55 a.m. 1.2 3:56 p.m. 1.5 9.49 a.m. 0.8 10:31 p.m. 0.2
vice.Frank Bradenton Beard. 778-143i.Beach Fire Dept. 9 Man. 5:33 a.m. 1.4 5:05 p.m. 1.3 11:0.4 a.m. 0.6 11:11 p.m. 0.3 TV 778-1703
27-foot 10 Tu. 6:11 a.m. 1.5 6:2.4 p.m. 1.1 12:19 p.m. 0.5 11:51 p.m. 0.5
FOR SALE Owens Sport Fisherman -
11 W.d. 6:50 1.7 7152 1.0 1:29 0.3 .
in new-boat condition. Galley a.m. p.m. p.rn. ----------- -
head. Sleeps four. Will sell or trade. 12 Thur. 7128 a.m. 1.8 9:30 p.m. 1.0 12:31 a.m. 0.7 2:31 p.m. 0.1
Phone 771'-2034. Have YOU Entered
13 Fri. 8:06 a.m. 1.9 11:09 p.m. 1.0 1:10 a.m. 0.8 3:25 p.m. 0.1
FOR RENT AFTER JULY It Two 14 Sat. 8:46 a.m. 2.1 --------- 1.47 a.m. 0.9 :13 p.m.0.3
bedroom house and bedroom
one apart- The PLANE Contest ?
m.nt. Reasonable rental. 113 79th St. 15 Sun. 12:25 a.m. 1.0 9:26 a.m. 2.2 2:22 a.m. 0.9 .4:59 p.m.0.4
Phone 7782546. 16 Mon. 1:19 a.m. 1.0 10:08 a.m. 2.3 2:58 a.m. 0.9 5.42 p.m.0.6
YOU CAN'T WIN IF YOU DON'T ENTER!
FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH Two 17 Tu. 1:52 a.m. 1.0 10:52 a.m. 2.( 3.40 a.m. 0.9 6:2" p.m.0.6
Duplexes with one,bedroom plus large apartment.2-Bedroom Large Home 18 W.d. 2:08 a.m. 1.0 11:37 a.m. 2.4 :32 a.m. 0.9 7:05 p.m.0.6 DO IT NOwEa.c..SL.140p
screened porch garage and boatport.On 19 Thur. 2:28 a.m. 1.0 12:27 p.m. 2.4 5:31 a.m. 0.9 7:46 p.m.0.5
3 comer lots only one block to beachor 20 Fri. 2:55 a.m. 1.1 1:19 p.m. 2.2 6:38 a.m. 0.9 8:27 p.m.0.."
to,shopping owner will center.take Small mortgage.Down Payment call- 21 Sat. 3:27 a.m. 1.2 2:17 p.m. 2.0 79 a.m. 0.8 9:08 p.m.0.1
*778-1442 or Write SR 5509 Brad. Beach. 22 Sun. .4:05 a.m. 1.4 3:21 p.m. 1.7 9:07 a.m. 0.7 9:50 p.m.0.1
FOR SALE OR RENT Nice 2 b.droom 23 Mon. .4:46 a.m. 1.5 .4:39 p.m. 1.3 10:30 a.m. 0.6 10:31 p.m. 0.4
Home air conditioners on 85th Street., large Closed patio garage nicely 2 24 Tu. 5:31 a.m. 1.7 6:16 p.m. 1.1 11:57 a.m. 0." 11:15 p.m. 0.6
planted lot. Call 7781530 or 7460651. 25 W.d. 6:19 a.m. 1.8 8138 p.m. 1.0 1:25 p.m. 0.2 ------ (
HONE PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 26 Thur. 7.09 a.m. 2.0 10.42 p.m. 1.0 12:01 a.m. 0.8 21 p.m.0.1 ;: 778-1020
While you& are away-a weekly Checking 71 Fri. 8:01 a.m. 2.1 11:52 p.m. 1.1 12:51 a.m. 0.9 3.43 p.m.0.2
of house for any troubles that might 28 Sat. 8:52 a.m. 2.1 ----______ 12 a.m. 1.0 .4:35 p.m.0.3
develop; air house, and water houseplants.
FREE ESTIMATES on any Ad- 29 Sun. 12.2 a.m. 1.1 90 a.m. 2.2 2:3" a.m. 1.0 5:19 p.m.0..4
ditional-Services.Open your Close house your-CLEAN.houseCLEAN .. 30 Mon. 1:20 a.m. 1.1 10:25 a.m. 2.2 3:23 a.m. 1.0 5:55 p.m.0.3 WE HAVE IT...
Any Refurbishing or Yard Care. 31 Tu. 1.46a.m. 1.0 11:07 a.m. 2.2 :09 a.m. 0.9 6:28 p.m.0.3

GUARANTEED& MAX CONTRACTPAT HUBER For Cort.z and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
BOX 523 Phone 778-2143 ings, and one hour"and six minutes to low tide readings.
Anna Maria Home 778-1772
VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on
north point of Longboat Key zoned for
Multiple Dwelling ONLY $4.SCO I Walter
S.Heroin Realty Co., Realtors. 7781010. when ever
SATURDAY--JULY 7
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth-
ing. Dressmaking. Crapes. Mrs. Frank
Beard. Phone 7711431.ANNOUNCEYENTI -". where ever
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