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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 12, 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 )
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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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LEADING SOCIAL EVENT on the Island Saturday afternoon, the attic auction sponsored Center picture shows one of talented amateur auctioneers, Betsy Crelsen of Bradenton, in
I by the members of the Anna Maria Volunteer Fire Department. Crowd bid on items which action. Other auctioneers were Tom Stewart, Bradenton attorney, and Islander John I
ranged In variety from an old-fashioned grindstone to modern electric knife sharpeners. VanOstenbrldge.Small fry took advantage of chance to climb onto engine. (Islander Photos)


NO QUORUM FOR B. B. HIGHER TELEPHONE BOGGESS CONFESSES HOLMES BEACH MEETING

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGThe RATES NOW IN EFFECT SENTENCED TO LIFE
NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN FOR PALM DRIVE VOTED !.
of
regular meeting General TelephoneCo. William H. Boggess of
At last week's meeting of the Holmes Beach Board
the Bradenton Beach City recently announced new Bradenton Beach pleaded \
of Aldermen a new traffic pattern at the intersectionof
Council, scheduled to be subscriber rates on local guilty to first degree mur-
Palm and Marina Drives and 66th Street was ap- i
held Thursday evening, service based on the $4- der Tuesday evening and

July 5, had to be deferred. 640,853 increase grantedthe was given a life sentenceby proved. Following a report by Board President Chick
the board voted to extend 67th Street from
Chapman,
Two members of the five- company last month by Judge Robert E. Willisof c
Palm to Marina Drive south of the new Gloria Dei l
man council were away on the State Railroad and Pub- the Manatee County Cir-

vacation, and a third member lic Utilities Commission.The cuit Court.A Lutheran Church. 1
When the street is completed three bids for constructionof i
was ill, so that a quor- rates became effective short time before Bog-
southbound trafficon four shuffleboard courts
um was not available. July 1 for all subscribers. gess' confession, a Grand ,
Marina Drive: will cross north of the city off ice.The
Mayor Victor Reinel and Fred D. Learey, presi- Jury returned a true bill _. -
67th to Palm Drive and con- bids ran from $219 to $300 :
his family are vacationing dent of General of Florida, indicting Boggess for first
tinue southward.An court, and a decision on
per
in Chicago, and are not said that the new schedule degree murder in the fatal
additional lane will be awarding of a contract will
to return to the
expected will increase residential shooting of Dr. Lamar
added for a short distanceon (Continued on Page 3))
Island until late this month, rates an average of 18.3 Morgan Richards, 29, a
the east side of Marina TOLLS SET NEW RECORDON
and Councilman and Mrs. per cent, and business Brandon optometrist. The

John Q. Adams are spend- rates 28 per cent. shooting occurred at the Drive so that northbound GLORIOUS FOURTHThe

ing the summer in Ohio. He said the company will Gulf to Bay Motel Brad- traffic into Key Royal Fourth of July was a

Drive can turn out of the record day for collection of
Councilman Paul Maggarwas (Continued on Page 3)) (Continued on Page 3)x )
confined to his home main traffic stream before tolls on the two bridgesto

making the turn. North- the Island from the main-
by illness.,
.' bound traffic on Marina- land.
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Vice Mayor Henry Meu- .1. :.' .:-

nier adjourned the session :11'; Palm Drive will continue According to Alvin Win- :
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.j straight along Palm Driveas ters, manager of the Anna
after a roll call by Deputy ., .. ;" '\ '"

City Clerk Mrs.Daisy Car '.''-' _. .. I'J' 7 fI. at present. Maria and Cortez Bridges,
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e... Engineer Howard 4,521 vehicles crossed the
son. Mrs. Sophie Caro- ,._. ..--.:....... -I" / City
thers, the city clerk, has .... -. _:i "-.,..'...::;:)I- "'aI.'-'" I Scott said he had receivedan bridges to the Island dur-

been away for a few days \,: .. ... 1'.1. estimate of cost for the ing the 24 hour period fora

because of the death ofContinued .: ;: fT change of $1,700to$2OOO. total collection of

.. .. authorized to get $1,350.60 exceeding by
( on Page 3) .-. ... ., He was I
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.. ....." .. ... ". c _"_._. .' bids on the work to be opened more than $100 the prev-
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MIDGET LEAGUE at the August meetingof ious high day about three

PLAYOFF GAME FORMER FLORIDA SENATOR Claude Pepper (third from right above), the board of aldermen.An years ago.Winters .
who dined with party of friends at Holmes Beach Yacht Club Friday
A championship play- evening. Pepper, here for Democratic Campaign Kickoff Dinner in ordinance was passed said collectionson

off game in the Island BrcJenton: Saturday, Is a candidate for Congress from state's Third authorizing social securityfor the previous record day
District. He took time to predict a sweeping Democratic victory In the
Midget League will be general election In November. Below, Pepper congratulated Restaurateur City Clerk Mrs.Pauline were "slightly more than
the featured Pete Reynard on the excellence of his establishment. Islander "
entertain-
Photos) Archer and Police Officer $1,200, but he could not

ment at the ball fieldat Paul Ford, retroactive to give the exact figure with-

the Island Youth Cen- March, 1956.Howard out an extensive search of

ter at 7 p.m. Friday Scott presented his records.

July 20.Tickets. \ .
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for the game ..
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are now on sale at 50 ....... )

cents each, with the holder Temperatures Water Rainfall

of each ticket entit- Sam Noon 6pm High

led to free' hot dog and July 3-82 92 86 93 89 None

Proceeds from July 4..84 93 90 93 90 None
a Coke.
: .... July 5--86 93 88 93 88 None
the event will be used July 6--84 93 88 93 87 None

for the league's uniform July 7..86 92 90 92 88 None
sJ't July 8--86 82 86 88 86 .15
fund. Y'ALL COME!
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I / Page. :2 .. T/IK ISLANDER TlmreaV. July 12, 1962

1. The Islander in rates which will amountto Why not attend the Island
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
al1. $4.6 million. And guess Midget League playoff
i1 TELEPHONE ense .
778.2021
who will pay it? game at the Island Youth

Editor............... .............. .STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITORWe S Center Friday evening,

.\) News and advertising: ...........:..:.MARGE KIMBALL @ can't help but specu- Despite all the propa- July 20? Sponsors of the

1 Mall Address Anna'Maria, Florida late on how much nicer our ganda about the fine workit event ask "Where else can

country--and particularlyour does as an industry the one see a championshipball
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. roadsides--would lookif country's trucking com- game and enjoy a
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for that genius who first
panies will win no bouquets hot dog and a Coke, all
six consecutive Insertions if paid by tenth of following month.
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. thought of selling beer in ., from us. We have been awaiting for only 50f?" And helpa

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn non-returnable cans, had a small shipment of good cause at the same

never lived. How much machinery from a Cali- time, as well as see some
independent weekly published every Thursday by
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida more neat the nation wouldbe fornia point since June 12. of your favorite ball play-

I Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. if all beer were still The only answer seems to ers in action. ,
sold in bottles which the .
on is still *
be that the industry

purchaser paid a deposit. sorriest we have
using prairie schooners-- The man

DISPLAYING THE FLAGEDITOR'S I I. perhaps the same ones the read about recently is the

When New York City had 49ers used in making the one who voted for Nixon, {

NOTE: The following editorial was suggested by Lt. more contenders in the trip west. bought IBM stock at 600

Col. Ed Chandler of Anna Maria, and written from notes and mat baseball lists, we used to sold his rocking chair factory -

erial furnished by him. read each year about the Any Islander who likes to and retired to Sas-

possibility of Subway Ser- store "things" in carport katchewan for his health.

The proper display of the United States flag has ies. Now, with both Los garage or other areaandwe .

been the subject of military and state regulations. A Angeles teams at, or near
know some who do enjoy There seem to be some
flag code for civilians was adopted June 11, 1923. by the tops of their respective
overtones in the
: this pastime missed fine political
a conference of patriotic organizations in Washington, will
leagues, perhaps we
opportunity to acquire handling by the authoritiesof
and announced in the War Department Flag Circularthe begin to hear somethingabout
some splendid additional a trial which is attracting I

following year.According a Freeway Series. items at the attic auctionof widespread interest in
to the code the flag should be displayed *
the Anna Maria Volunteer Manatee County.
} on all legal holidays, and on special occasions des- One of the surest waysto
Firemen Saturday. i
ignated by the President the governor or other au- depreciate real estatein
Where was the fire chief Perhaps some of our
thorities. It should be displayed on public or official a neighborhood or a
himself? Manatee County public office -
y buildings when they are in use; at polling places on larger area is to rent prop- .
holders are not being
election days, and on or in front of schools when in erty to of
1 groups unsuper- The Island Kiwanis Club paid enough to make ends
: session.No vised students--for
college has asked us to pass along meet, particularly some of
law prohibits a citizen from flying the flag at parties. And it's happening
the Democratic office hold-
the word that it desperatelyneeds
any time but it is customarily displayed from sunrise occasionally--right hereon
ers--some of them were
books for its
4 to sunset on buildings and on stationary flagstaffs in the Island.A very
at notable for their absence
the open. It may be flown at night on special occasions worthy booksale project
the Beach. from last week's $10-a-
but should not be flown in stormy weather. couple of women reporters County Espec-
'
books--the plate Democratic dinner. ,
The flag should be raised and lowered carefully vacationing on the ially paperback .

without touching the ground. It is raised to the top of Island this week--but in- commodity which helps the
club to raise in the neighborhood Anna Maria Mayor Jim
the staff with the union at the peak. It should never cognito.
of each Ferguson high in his praisefor
be flown where it will brush against any object the $1,000
year the bulk of which goesto volunteer service of
flagstaff excepted. Word is around that Lu-
and the Sam Adams in helping to
Happiness House,
When hung over a sidewalk from a rope, the union ther Parrott, District

should be away from the building, and the flag should Commercial Manager in balance paying for a schol- prepare the city's new fog-

hang flat not draped. When hung over the center of a Bradenton for General Tel- arship or two to Manatee ger for operation.ANTIMOSQUITO.

street, it should have the union to the north in an ephone Company,is leavingthat Junior College.

east-west street, and to the east in a north-south company soon to takea Anyone who has books to

contribute to the sale is
street. position with one of the FUND
I the "don'ts" the should be flownat asked to drop them at the i
Among flag never local (Bradenton) financial CONTRIBUTORS

a height lower than the eyes of a man standing--Old institutions. A loss for the beach or to call Beach Contributors last week to

s Glory should be looked up to; and it should never be former company and a distinct Manager Allen Thomas at the AMI AntiMosquitoFund
778-1901 and he will arrange -
flown from a trailered boat. gain for the latter. were Mr. and Mrs.D. .

And lastly in handling the flag, it should never be to have them pickedup C. Johnson Jr., Dr.
member of Kiwanis.
by a
handled carelessly but always ceremoniously and And, speaking of General John Deam Mr. and Mrs. I
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with reverence.Don't Telephone--our State Rail- Long, Frank J. Brechlin
Carl Scott of Holmes
road and Public Utilities Sunswept Apartments,
Beach--not the mayor of
Commission seems a bit Francis E. Lewis, F. E.
the city--but Carl Scott
Be A Litterbug inconsistent. About two Rechnitzer Col. A. Boett-
the Audubon Society mem- .,
weeks ago the commission cher Mrs. Blanche Kus-
ber, tells us he recentlysaw
issued a statement which chke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
in his yard, a saffron
outlined some of the weak- ward Swartz and Marie J.
finch a native of South
ANNA MARIA I LAND TIDES nesses of the company and Brown.
America and a bird which
JULY -.HIGH.: -.LOW.- told what steps would be The fund has now reachedthe I
12 Thur. 7128 a.m. 1.8 9:30 p.m. 1.0 12:31 a.m. 0.7 2:3-1 p.m. 0.1 never is seen in this coun-
taken if the sum of $1,046.50 but
13 Fri. 8:06 a.m. 1.9 11&09 p.m. 1.0 1&10 a.m. 0.8 3125 p.m.0.1 telephone com- try except as a caged pet.
1. Sat. 8:" a.m. 2.1 -.-..-..--- 11.7 a.m. 0.9 :13 p.m.0.3 pany didn't straighten up any oversubscription will
15 Sun. 12:25 a.m. 1.0 9126 a.m. 2.2 2:22 a.m. 0.9 :59 p.m.0. .
and fly right. In its state- be held over until next year
16 Mon. 1.19 a.m. 1.0 10:08 a.m. 2.3 2:58 a.m. 0.9 5.2 p.m.0.6
17 Tue. h52 a.m. 1.0 10:52 a.m. 2.4 3:40 a.m. 0.9 612. p.m.0.6 ment, the commission saidno Mrs. Ray Williams of and used for the samepur-
18 Wed. 2:08 a.m. 1.0 11:37 a.m. 2.4 4:32 a.m. 0.9 7105 p.m.0.6 Maple Drive has asked us
19 Thur. 2:28 a.m. 1.0 12:27 p.m. 2.4 5:31 a.m. 0.9 .7146 p.m..0.5 utilities company couldbe pose for which it is being
20 Fri. 2:55 a.m. 1.1 1&19 p.m. 2.2 6138 a.m. 0.9 1.27 p.m.0.4 to pass along some thanksto
21 Sat. 3127 a.m. 1.2 2117 p.m. 2.0 71.9 a.m. 0.8 9:08 p.m.0.1 guaranteed a certain used this year larviciding
the Anna Maria City
22 Sun. ,.105 a.m. 1.. 3121 p.m. 1.7 9.07 a.m. 0.7 91SO p.m. 0.1 definite return on its Investment on the entire Island. Many
23 Mon. .146 a.m. 1.5 .139 p.m. 1.3 10130 a.m. 0.6 10131 p.m. 0.4 Commission for the fine jobit
24 Tue. 5131 a.m. 1.7 6.16 p.m. 1.1 11&57 a.m. 0.4 11.15 p.m. 0.6 but only the opportunity residents who have spent
25 Wed. 6.19 1.8 1138 1.0 1&25 0.2 -- has done on the mosquitojob
a.m. p.m. p.m. -- several here are
to earn that return summers
26 Thur. 7.09 a.m. 2.0 10142 p.m. 1.0 12101 a.m. 0.8 2.41 p.m.0.1 this summer.Mrs.WIl-
27 Fri. 1101 a.m. 2.1 1h52 p.m. 1.1 12151 a.m. 0.9 3:43 p.m.0.2 if it operated effi- of the opinion that there are
28 Sat. 1152 a.m. 2.1 ------- h42 a.m. 1.0 4135 p.m.0.3 liams says this is her thirdsummer
29 Sun. 121.2 a.m. 1.1 91.0 a.m. 2.2 2:3. a.m. 1.0 5119 p.m.0... ciently. So having unbur- fewer mosquitoes here than

30 Mon.. 1&20 a..... 1.1 10.25 a.m. 2.2 3123 a.m. 1.0 S:55 p.m.0.3 dened its collective mind on the Island and any summer in recent
31 Tue. 1146 a.m. 1.0 11:07 a.m. 2.2 4:09 a.m. 0.9 6.28 p.m.0.3 to date by far the best.
For Cortex and Bradenten Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readIngs the commission then granted years. 1t
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The Island High Twelve (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1))

Club will meet for luncheon her husband early last be made at the August enton Beach, late Saturday

t\\ 1 at the Gulf Terrace week. meeting.A afternoon, June 30.

I at After the meeting was request by the De Soto Boggess, 39, was the for
't noon Thursday, July 12, ; ::ti
when Manatee adjourned, Meunier said he Celebration committee fora mer owner of the motel,
1 County Prosecutor -
t Robert H. Schultz was concerned because the contribution by the city having purchased It from i

will be the speaker.sunset city's monthly bills could was referred to Alderman Ellwood Wolf in February,

not be paid without formal Chapman.A 1961. Since that time, he

down by the gray sea approval of the council. request by? the Island and his wife, Dorothy,have .

at twilight when the tide One of the principal itemson School PTA for a patrol- operated it intermittently.The .

has ebbed and sand pipers the agenda for the meeting man in front of the school shooting was the cli- r-
peck the shoreline
then--for just a moment was the first reading of immediately before and after max of an argument between L_,

Truth and Beauty appear a new city building code, school sessions will be the men over detailsof L
1 in oneness with the soul
which has been prepared discussed with Officer the sale of the motelto WILLIAM H. "BILL" BOGGESS
as the tangerine-red sun
fades below the horizon. for several months, and Ford. Richards.
Richards deserved to be
--Steve deWolf bas been read and revisedby The board voted to deny Boggess had maintainedthat
killed.
LEGAL NOTICES the council. approval for a sign permitfor he shot Richards in
Others who testified at
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Carl F. Scott, the mayorof Carl French, a candi- self defense, and that Richards -

All Creditors, L.9aU.s, Div Holmes Beach was to the court hearing were Dr.
tribute and All Persons having date for the County Com- tried to hit him

Estate Claims or of Demands ALFRED against C. PRIEST the address the council about mission. The sign in ques- with a piece of pipe foundat Milton W. Roggenkaxnp,Dr.
Robert H. Gervais; Mrs.
deceased You and each of you are h.r.by the progress of an attemptto tion is placed on State Route the scene of the shoot-
notified and to file Lee Warren, an employeeat
required any
have returned to the Island -
claims and demands, which you or 64, near its intersectionwith ing.
either of you may have against the the motel and a witnessto
estate of ALFRED C. PRIEST cities, tax money collected Gulf Drive.CIGARET Testimony of Mrs. Boggess' -
deceased lat. of tlanatee County the shooting; Mrs. Rich-
Florida, with the Honorabl. by Manatee Countyin at the court hearing,
Robert A. Rickey County Judge of TAX RETURNS ards, widow of the victim;
Ifanate. County Florida at his the Gulf Shores special and a later statement by
office In the Court House of sold road and district. Cigarette tax returns to Deputy Sheriff Mike Prieto,
County within six calendar months bridge the defendant revealed he
from the time of the first publication the Island cities for collections identification officer of the
of this notice. Scott is heading a move had tossed the pipe to Richards -
Date of first publication July 12, during May are Manatee County Sheriff's
A.D.1962. to effect a return from the so Richards' fin-
LOLA It. PRIESTAdmiaistratrix as follows: Anna Maria, Department, and Leslie
of in tax
of the Estate of County $33,000 gerprints would be on the
ALFRED C. PRIEST $441; Bradenton Beach, Smith of Tallahassee, a
collected the
D.c.as.dSchultz money past pipe and Boggess could say'he
and. ClearyAttorner. two "without $837; Holmes Beach, $703, firearms expert with the
at
Law years proper killed the doctor in self
417 Tw.lfth Street West and Florida Sheriffs' Bureau.
Longboat Key, $598.
Bradenton Florida legal authority. defense.
712. 19, 26} 6.2.62NOTICE
Boggess allegedly was
TELEPHONE RATES... Mrs. Boggess testified
(Continued from Page 1)) convicted of armed assault
OF INTENTIONTO
the defendant had outlinedthe
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME actually retain only $2.2 PLAY with intent to kill, after
The undersigned do hereby certify plan of the shooting to
that th.y Intend to conduct a Motor million of the $4.6 million he had shot a Negro pedes-
Vehicle filling and service station her the night before it took
business und.r the fictitious nam. of increase, after corporate trian in Georgia in Novem-

"ISLAND SHELL SERVICE"}that said taxes have been deducted.He /fAWAY place, and said that her
busin.sswill b.
conducted at the northwest ber, 1953, in an unprovoked
corner of Gulf Driv. and Marina
Driv. in the City of Holmes Beacb.Uanatee added that of every dol- o husband had told her Dr. attack on the Negro.
County Florida; and that said
firm is composed the following persons lar paid for telephone ser-
whose names and places of residence I I
are as fallows vice, 35 cents goes directlyto
William C. Hochstetler and Mildred A.
HochsteUer both residing at 3306 Slat the local, state and fed- Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.
Avenue Terrace Bradenton, Florida. FROM TRAFFIC
Ownership of "ISLAND SHELL SER- eral governments in taxes.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
VICE" is as follows William C. HochsteUer -
fifty per cent and Uildred A. The new rate schedule for
HochsteUer fifty per cent. Established 1908A
Further the undersigned do certify Manatee County is as follows -
that it is their Intention to apply to the

Uanatee Clerk of County the Circuit Florida Court to in Register and for : Business, 1-party, Fulford PalmsfOCONUT Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

SERVICE"the said name under of the"ISLAND provisions SHELL of $12.80; 2-party, $10.20, 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431

Chapt.r 865.09 of the Florida Statutes,
Acts of 1961. and 4-party, $8.75. BRADENTON
Witness our hands this 25th day of
June A. D. Residence, 1-party, $6;
1962.William
Uildred C.A. Hochstetler Hochstetler 2-party, $4.65, and 4party -
6-28, 7-5 12. 19. '62
I 355. L NOW!

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I"attpt; THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 12, 1962

Grove, ill, in a threewaytie AMI POWER SQUADRON

('\Let Go for second, each witha DINNER MEETINGThe

"v 20 pound red grouper.On regular bi-monthly ___:T -t-- _

F kIIIG the same day, the dinner meeting of the Anna '

............ top catches made by passengers Maria Island Power,Squadron a
on the ADMIRAL was held at the Brad- Ir +R ta

TOO were: Anne Green of enton Country Club!'Thurs-
After a period of rather
poor fishing at the Anna Bradenton, 17 1/2 pound day evening, July 5. More

bonita Dudley LaFever of than a hundred membersand
Maria City Pier, coupled
Plant City,a 15 pound grouper guests attended the din-
with some necessary repairs -
and Ray Thomas of ner and the social hour
being made to the
Cookville, Tenn., a 13 1/2 which preceded it.
historic structure, which
pound grouper. Following the dinner, Sal
have not helped the situa-
Umana of Bradenton, a
tion, things are nearly backto ADMIRAL TOO, Wednes-
member, showeda
squadron
normal, and some good day: T. R. Kleeberger,
colored film "out-
catches are being landed Bradenton, 14 1/2 pound strip
board to Alaska," furnished ti
there. grouper Warner Riggs,
through the courtesy of
During the week, Jimmy Memphis, Tenn., an 11 1/4
the manufacturer of Mer-
Schambers of Anna Maria pound grouper, and Bobby
outboard motors.
caught a 14 pound snook Watson, Louisville, Ky.,11 cury

Dale Douglas of Bradenton pound grouper. ISLAND KIWANIS CLUB Interclub boat trip to Venice Kiwanls Club
man, Buchel, Ky., 20 1/2 (last week. Standing are John Beckett and Dave Boozer, and kneelingare
a 16 pound snook, and ADMIRAL, Wednesday: Earle Cromer, Jean-Paul St. Laurent, AI Dobbe, Chick Chapman,
A. C. Campbell of Anna Albert Moody and Andy Day pound grouper. Erik Anderson, Wallace Gray and Les Jackson. Picture was taken at
ADMIRAL, Friday: Bob- Bayou Marina. (Islander Photo by Ed Bauman)
Maria one day landed a of Easley, S. C. were tied
by Allen, Granite City,Ill,'
string of a dozen mack- for first place each landinga
18 pound grouper; Qunicy MIDGET LEAGUE Island Repair 6-
erel. In addition, plentyof 16 pound black grouper,
Brackin, Frostproof, 16 lb. DRAFT Electric ServiceAll
angelfish and mackerelare and Dave Wood of Bradenton -
grouper, and William Bo- Midget League players -
being caught. a 12 pounder. We Service
wen, Graham, Ky., 15 1/2 who are interested in
ADMIRAL TOO, Thurs- OIL BURNERS, GAS HEATERS, ALL
pound black grouper. playing in the all-star game TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER
Mrs. Jim Sage of Cortez day: Andy Day, an 18 pound
are asked to report to the HEATERS, APPLIANCES, PUMPS
reports some consistentlygood grouper and son, Danny ADMIRAL, Sunday: R. L. AND LAMPS.
ball field at the Youth Center -
catches from the two Day a 16poundblackgrouper. Clay, Plant City, 55 pound Anything In the Electrical Line
at 6:30 p.m. Friday,
ADMIRALS. Top catcheson Dr. O. B. Pavlin,Bra- jewfish and an 18 pound All Kinds of Repairing

the ADMIRAL on Tues- denton Beach, 12 1/2 pound black grouper; JackDepolito July 13 PHONE 778-2813

day, John Peterson of Fair- black grouper. Tampa, 21 pound grouper -
r- DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
field, Ohio and Don Koontsof and Bill Augsburger,
ADMIRAL, Thursday: M. The FOR

Laingsburg, Mich., each J. Weishaar Pennfield, N. Bradenton, 15 1/2 pounder. All-Modern GUlf Park MOBILE HOMES

landing a 22 pound grouper, J. and E. B. Knapp of Bra- Private Beach Boat Basin *Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'

and Albert and Hol- Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
Harry denton were tied for first

lers of Bradenton, and place with a 22 pound grou- i 2

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July 12, 1962 THE ISLANDER I's e s

..
1 MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE train

LEGAL NOTICE ((5,. alto foot I)
! ) State Bank No. 513
", REPORT OF CONDITION of "The Island Bank" of Holmes Bach in the Stat. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. M. A. ,..
I first
of Florida at the elos of business on Jun. 30, 1962. Clemens and family of Brandon. slowly at
ASSETS under the pale gray sky
SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS
1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in : the pattering feet of the rain
,( process of collection..........................................,..........$ 191.184.99 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Todd and fam- dance
2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed... 1,156,444.00 ily of Temple Terrace. .Miss KayB rattaptaptipon s
'Obligations of Stat. and political subdivisions..j.. ......... Non. r o w n of Temple Terrace. Mrs. the leaves pk
1 .. Other bonds, notes] and debentures (including S Non. and prance skiptaptapalong
, C. F. Lamberth of Cincinnati. .
securities of Federal and
agencies corporations not i> the walk
guaranteed by U. S.)....................................................... 500.00 Charlie Walker and Everett Swarts Y
5. Corporate stocks (including S Non. stock of F.d.ral j i ofU. S. Naval Station Mayport. fingers of rain
Reserve Bank)....................................................a.......... None hit rap-pi ink
6. Loans and discounts (including $119.06 o..rdraU..t.) ......... 700,205.64 Mr. and Mrs. John Forester and on the pane in monotonous
7. Bank premises owned $74,724.23, furniture and family of Richmond Ind. Mr. and

fixtures $47,109.73......................................................... 121.833.96 Mrs. Russell Lanning of Brooksville broken tempo
(Bank premises owned are subject) to $ Non. liens not Ind. then the rain y f
assumed by bank) comes fasterandfasterharder
8. R.al estate owned other than bank premises........................ Non. e e :
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Courtneyand and harder
9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank :
premises or other r.al estate............................................ Non. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Courtney and like primitive spears A
10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding.. Non. children are vacationing at Sand-N-
I 11. Other assets................................................................. 2,111.87
All from Indian- now along the silverdark street
12. TOTAL ASSETS..........................................................$2,172.280.46 Sea Cottages. are
apolis. windows close 2: :
LIABILITIES e e and stare out sBEACH= ,{
13. D.mand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Rigby and
corporations.................................................................$ 13 O.a 07.7. sadly like so many ,.
of Panama Canal Zone are
family
14. Tim. and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and blind eyes BEAUTY Miss Patricia Davisof
corporation.................................................................. 850.876.34 visiting Col. and Mrs. Edward V.
Ocala of the
15. Deposits of United States Government(including postal Chandler of Bay Boulevard. Mr. .. taking advantage
savings)....................................................................... 6400.10 the Panama -Steve deWolf sun sand and surf while vacationingwith
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions...................... 163,927.38 Rigby is employed by her parents Mr. and Mrs. M.
17. Deposits of banks........................................................... 30000.00 Canal Co. and succeeded Chandleras
18. Certified and officers' ch.ck., etc.................................... 7,605.07 commander of the Canal Zone SHADOWS V. Davis in Anna Maria. (Islander
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS......................................1889416.63 (Pacific) Power Squadron. Slowly dying the sun seeps Photo by Steve deWolf)
(a) Total d.mand deposits.........................1038740.29 e downward into the sea
(b) Total time and savings deposits............ $ 850676.34 Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Stafford of as twilight ends. Night gray creeps
20. Mortgages or other U.n. $ None on bank premises and became
$ Non. on other r.al estate................................................ Nona Guava Street grandparentsonce now in hushed tropic whispersand
21. Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money............ Non. again last week with the birth the moon's wand conjuresup
22. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and of a daughter to Hospitalman 1/C dark distorted formstangledjaggedpattemed-- ,Q ISLANDER
outstanding........................................................... Non. and Mrs. on Tues-
23. Other liabilities............................................................6,590.00i WindellCrawley shapesof ONLY 53.50A
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES...................................................SI,896.006.63 day. July 3, atYokosuka, Japan. houses and stirring trees YEAR
r- Mrs.Crawley is the former Miss Car dark
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS kaleidoscoping on dark

25. Capitals (a) Common stock total par value 200000............) ole Stafford. fluttering in the cool breeze.
(b) Pr.f.rr.d stock, total par valu. $ Non., total ) --Steve deWolf
rotirable value $ Non....................................) 200000.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Langfritz and
'(c) Capital not. and debentures $ Non.................) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Focker and v .
26. Surplus........................................................................ 50,000.00 family all of Hamilton Ohio are
27. Undivided profits........................................................... 26273.83
28. Reserves (and retirement account for pr.f.rr.d capital).......... Non. vacationing for three weeks at Mc-

29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS......................................... 276,273.83 Donald Apartments. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS..U.172,280..6 e e
MEMORANDA -- Long time Island resident Mrs. TWO LOCATIONS -

31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other Burton Gaskill of Gulf Drive Anna
purposes (including notes and bills r.discount.d andsecurities Maria, returned Thursday from a 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

sold with agreement to repurchase)......................5 250000.00 Tampa hospital where she under- Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiami Trail, Sara ote
32. (a) Loans as shown above are after d.duction of valuation
reserves of.............................................................. 1.500.00 went a successful operation to restore Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
(b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of valuation her hearing. Her daughter,
reserves of............................................................. None Mrs. Isabel Carlock of Nashville,

I, C. E. Brewer President of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that Tenn. is staying with her motherfor
this r.port of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and a few days. Sunland Turf & Garden j
belief.
e *
Con.ct-Att..ti C. E. BREWERJ. Bob Cable Jr. of White Avenue is Garden rand
D. WEBBR. doing fine and has recovered from Supplies, Nursery Stock

R. MOSES injuries received in an automobile
DEWEY A. DYE JR. Landscaping
Dir.ctors.SEAL accident a few weeks ago.
( ) e e
Stat. of Florida County of Manatee, ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mechlin of AT SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of July, 1962, and I hereby Gulf Park are enjoying a vacation a,.
certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. HOLMES
My commission expires March 10, 1965. ANN NIESMAN, Notary Public trip of five weeks to Oak Ridge, f BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

Tenn., Springfield, Ohio and Tor-
onto. PHONE 778-2711



REASON & utsoxFLORIST FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL CERTIFIED

778-2012 EXCELLENTby
free delivery to tto I.",.'
Florida HotelCommission / White SandsAPARTMENT
Dixie Grand Hotel BldQ. R. C. SCHUCHARD i

Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. BONDED-MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE

PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS Call 778-2577 M 0 E L
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
SUPPLIES 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH For Reservations

The Bradtnton _SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND 6504 GULF DRIVE, -z--eIDRoaM,

Office Equipment Co. FFICIINCIBS

530 13th St. IRADENTON ANNA MARIA ISLAND MEATEDPOOL.TViHL
CLOSE OUT SALE



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BILL STEWART : k. ;:_ STOVES may look and taste the some but oftenit

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;: NOW AT BELOW COST PRICES
why we deliver to our customers, FRESH WATERof

3308 Third Avenue West THIS IS TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
the GREATEST PURITY.
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6. THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 12, 1962
1
BUILDING PERMITS BOWLING LEAGUE REAL ESTATE SALES

i Building permits issuedon MEETINGThe Mrs. A. M. Gibbons and

I the Island In June totaled annual meeting of Mrs. J. M. Crew, both of

$125,053, a decrease of the Island Bowling Lea- Winchester, Ind., recently

$10,703 from the June 1961 gue will be held at the purchased a Gulf front lot

CHURCHESHARVEY total. Holmes Beach City Officeat each in the Wells Terrace

MEMORIAL CHURCH Gains in Holmes Beach 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July Subdivision, Anna Maria,
(Noa.o..o.hat1ollCll)
Bradenton Beach and Bradenton Beach were from Dr. James H. Birdof

KLV. A. W. SIMMS more than offset by the 19.All bowlers, sponsors and Lakeland. Both sales
SUNDAY
deficit in Anna Maria. The other interested
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. personsare were negotiated by Jack

10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. total for June in that city urged to attend the Marshall, Realtor, of Gulf

BERNARD MISSION was $14,275, for one new meeting to elect officers, Drive, Anna Maria.

/icsl: KKtHA>Q14: .. WELS IL1..R residence at $11,500, and review league rules and

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. repairs, alterations and make new ones if consid- them. Any team not represented -
I WEEKDAYS: 8:00.a.m.. will be consideredno
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. additions at $2,775.In ered necessary, and to enter -

WEDNESDAYS 7:30 p.m. Rosary: and Benediction.ISLAND June, 1961 permits for their teams for the next longer in the league,and V.
new entries will be accepted -
T four new houses at $32,200were season. Sponsors are askedto

BAPTIST CHAPEL issued, plus $2,206 take sponsors' fees with as replacements.Names .
REV. LEE RATUFF. PastorE
1 of any new bowl-
E FRIDAY worth of repairs, altera-
: Bradenton Beach issued should be
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation tions and additions. ers registeredat
1 Hoar.SUNDAY permits totaling$8,778,for the meeting. Further
Permits for
i : new building
4 8:45 a.m. Sunday School. worth $102,000 were issuedin a new residence, $6,000; information may be obtained -
1 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. five additions, $2,175, and from League President STATELY Sanibel) Island Light-
5:30 p.m. Junior Choir. Holmes Beach. Figures house. (Islander Photo by Rene
MONDAY 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. listed were for four resi- three repairs, $603. Per- Tom Edwards at the Island Redon)
r : mits issued in Bradenton
7:30 p.m. Nominating Committee. dences at $68,500; one 3- Variety Store.
TUESDAY: Beach during June of last I I
7:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. unit cooperative apartment
for worthof RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
WEDNESDAY: year were $6,700
I
three ad-
building, $25,000;
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. .. << :
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work, eight additions, luxury accommodations I ; ;1
ditions, $5,500,and 300 feet ..t.r.e
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH $4,735, and six repairs include EFFICIENCIES : t
of seawall, $3,000.In ::i /
(Non-Dtnorainutioiwl)
June 1961 $1,965. BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS .,. __1 AstttAtt s
Rev. Ri:hard K. Wiggins, Pastor permitswere c
issued for four new SURF and POOL BATHING r- -
THURSDAY Truth often uffer,*
7:30 p.m. Youth: Choir Rehearsal. homes, $67,500; one duplex more by the hut of ft* For Reservations or Information Call 778-1511
SUNDAY: defender than I Or Write: Box 366
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. $13,200; additions from the argument
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. costing $8,350, and swim- of ft*oppoer Anna Maria, Florida
6:29 p.m. Youth Fellowship Dinner. William Penn
MONDAY: ming pool at $5,600, for a
7:30 Older Youth
p.m. Meeting.
total of $94,650.

WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Bd.: of Education Meeting. Introducing Our New Cashier

WE RENT
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL

.LUTHERAN Frank E. Lyerly CHURCHRev. Pastor FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS WILLIAM A. BRITT

PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING
SUNDAY:
8:30 a.m. Church School. COTS -j
10:00 a.m. The Service.
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS .
;y
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION LINENS BLANKETS
(Episcopal) '.'
Rev. GOULD K. Lowe LINEN RENTAL SERVICE

THURSDAY: ... '
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. Bradenton Beach 778-1472
FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER

TRINITY 8:00 a.m.: Holy Eucharist. Elgin Water .---

9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and ,.r .y Fo V
Sermon, Church School. '
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen Softeners and Filters

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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Licensed Electrical Contractors BONDEDINSURED .
Snapper and Pine Streets &
::IA:{: rr
Electric Wiring Fixtures;
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay

778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 li ,?>f V-2"" _
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ROY PHILLIPS -

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES TELEVISION THE WATER COMPANY58th SOFTENING Mr Britt Will Assume His Duties With Us

AIR-CONDITIONERS

Expert and Prompt Serrrce Street and Holmes Boulevard, Monday July 16

Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486
725 U h St. Bradenton 7440351

1/3 He is a graduate of Manatee High School and received his B. A.

Ii Degree in Business Administration from Rollins College, Orlando.He .

rrvw was employed in the Accounting Department of the Mercantile

National Bank, Chicago, for approximately five years, and has

been with the Bank of Dania, Dania, Florida, for the past 11/2
WHILE I
years.

Come in and get acquainted with "Bill" after next Monday.

WEDO


THE ISLAND BANK
YOUR LAUNDRY ; .
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'- Established April 25, 1961 <. _;Li ", ,: .v.'
778-2295 .
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FREE PICKUP DELIVERY SERVICE '<
.A, o' .- J,, ""J ,..,
ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND .. .<,:' HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA *w *

Beach Bendix < 11 _. \liT.I 4f ..".\....* '4._lq ...
; & Growing i With The I Islands I ... ;.
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Laundry & Dry Cleaners !' 7 : <

Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationa
205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach ?"'



,July 12, 1962 TIIK ISLANDER I'7



: ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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FOR SALE ISLAND BUSSIX


DICKWAGNER .
ROUND TRIPS
FROM BRADENTON
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY

45* One Way, 80* Round Trip
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE 6 ( 6 '

FOR GRAMMAR& HIGH
SCHOOL STUDENTS-50 RT

.a smart and modern
PICK UP SCHEDULE NOWI
TOWN HOUSESby
PVVBMPBVHVww *vaBiavV 4C**JaB9RaHHHi
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778-2663
BUILDER OF HOMES JACK HOLMESof
Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs holmes beach
1 .
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates .

Look For These Signs NORMAN given.ROSEDALE, Anna Maria WE ARE VERY HAPPY WITH YOUR WONDERFUL ACCEPTANCEI!

Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591
BEACHFRONT COTTAGESWELL

WE HAVE LISTINGSON MANY FINE HOMES HOLMES BEACH WATERFRONTTwo
FURNISHED FRAME
COTTAGE. NEEDS SOME PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU Bedroom, One and one-half Bath Home

REPAIRS. 50 x 200 LOT with Florida Room Terrazzo Floors;
ZONED FOR MOTEL. PRICE ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED Large ;

$14,000-TERMS. HOME, LET US SHOW YOU THESE. Central Heat; Large Garage and Utility Room;
*
Water Softener. 180 feet on Canal, with Good
LARGE 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
WITH NEW KITCHEN. PANELED Capped Seawall. Perfect lawn and shrubbery.All .
LIVING ROOM AND PORCH.
PROPERTY IN GOOD CONDI- E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER for ONLY $22,000. Possession in 30 days.

TION. 50 x 200 LOT ZONED
JOHN B. PROTHERO
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
FOR MOTEL. PRICE $19,000,
TERMS. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES RENTALS

0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH


LARGE BEDROOM COTTAGE OWNER MUST LEAVE SO
WITH PORCH ON 3 SIDES75 -- ,
x 100 SEAWALLED LOT. BEAUTIFUL
PRICE $13,500, WITH LOW DOWNGOESTHEPRICEOFTHISFINEPROPERTY.

DOWN PAYMENT. TWO BEDROOMCB
*
COTTAGE WITH SCREENED PORCH AND FLORIDA
THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE ROOM. ALL NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE CORNER LOT
ON THE GULF, WITH LARGE
LIVING ROOM AND PORCH WITH LOTS OF TREES AND PLANTINGS. ZONED FOR AD- Canal front HomeON
OVERLOOKING THE WATER. DITIONAL APARTMENTS OR BUSINESS BUILDINGS.
52x200 LOT WITH CONCRETE AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING AT
SEAWALL-A REAL BUY AT 9576.00

ONLY $15,000. $2,500 DOWN JACK MARSHALL RealtorM LARGE WELL-LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT
" -
. AND BALANCE ON EASY
} MONTHLY PAYMENTS. I M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-26104
*
a This is one of the finest buys we have had to
1 CB DUPLEX ON THE GULF.
TWO 2 B.R. APARTMENTS. PRESTIGE HOME For Sale offer in a number of years.

SEAWALLED 100 x 200 LOT.
ZONED FOR MOTEL. PRICE THREE BEDROOMS, THREE BATHS. KING-
Three Bedrooms Two Baths..Central Heat
,
ONLY $32,000-EASY TERMS.
SIZED LIVING ROOM; NICE DINING ROOM;
IDEAL FOR SMALL MOTEL. and Air Conditioning...Intercom System throughout. -
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FLORIDA ROOM; MODERN KITCHEN; THREE
200 FT. SEAWALLED BEACH ..All-Electric Kitchen..Swimming Pool in
PROPERTY WITH 6 MODERN PATIOS: HOBBY ROOM. COVERED BOAT
Enclosed Patio..Double
APARTMENTS. PLENTY OF HOUSE., OFFERED UNFURNISHED AT $35,000. Carport..CoveredBoatDock.
ROOM FOR EXPANSION. ..And Lots of Other EXTRASI!
PRICE$85,000-GOOD TERMS.
SEE US FOR BRUCHURE AND RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
INCOME DETAILS. Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 ALL FOR ONLY $33,500
*
225 FEET ON THE GULF IN
HOLMES BEACH, WITH 2 B.R. $15,500 CASH WILL BUY THIS HOME.
HOME IN SECLUDED PINE SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
GROVE LOCATION. MUST $18,000--5 1/2% Mortgage Can Be Assumed.
SETTLE ESTATE. PRICE
$32,000. GENERAL MASONRY Which is approximately 75 per cent of appraised -

value of the property.

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS Complete InstallationsWILLIAM ...............................

This Beautiful Home is being sold at this
75 x 100 BEACH LOT, $9,000.
50 x 200 BEACH LOT, $7,000. ,. R. KERMODE :-. EXTREMELY LOW LOW PRICE BECAUSEOF

150x155 BEACH LOT, $21,500. -:-: ANNA MARIA 778.2557 ,' OWNER'S ILLNESS.
100x 100 BEACH LOT, $16,000.
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50 x 100 LOTS, $1,700 each .
$100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH.
New Home ? WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
75 x 100 LOTS, $2,500 each,
$ISO DOWN, $15 PER MONTH. AVAILABLEAlso
Let Us Do Your Landscaping

with .- the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
90 x 110 awalUd Canal
Lot In HOLMES BEACH- SHRUBS & PALMS US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

On paved street, and priced J f. COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
At ONLY $3,5001 for ISLAND Growing

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THREE HOLMES BEACH -..-
LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001 PHELPS NURSERY
AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI
ZONED DUPLEX. PINE AVENUE PHONE 778.1501 Walter S. Hardin

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YEARLY RENTALSNEW Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts! Realty Company

WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON Realtors A

MENTS ONE, FURNISHED BEDROOM APART-OR UN- EVERY SURFACE!

FURNISHED-$98 PER MONTH
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES. BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN >t
CENTRAL HEATING AND
,,' .ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
, AIR CONDITIONING. ALSO, HARRY M. RIFE '
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, SEASONAL RATES AVAIL- : -7781010BOB CABLE 778.1756
Manager
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR .
ABLE. LOCATED CLOSE TO' I t
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PUBLIC BEACH AND SHOP- Anna Maria '' Phone 778-1341 FRAN ';MAXON, Associate 778-2307
PING CENTER.

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George Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. J.

I MOSTLY ABOUT Keen and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Keenof ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
m' lPtBnM MiamL.Mr. and Mrs. Conrad

M'T pleasant, sure, to see onc't name Doyle of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beech, Anna Maria Island, Florida

W. R. Bland of Tampa...Mr. and

LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and of Muncie, Ind...Mr and Mrs. Ce- Mrs. C. L. Edwards of Ellenton...

Mr. Robert Shields of Cleveland, cil Harney and family of Auburn- Mrs. Judy Hall and party of St. Pet- ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

Ohi,,'...Mrs. Ray Hull and familyof dale...Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Deweyof ersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver

Plant City...Mr and Mrs. H. Lakeland. and son of Springfield Ill.. YOUR MONEY Luncheonette
W. Brewer of Tampa. ..Mr. and HALEY'S MOTEL: Mrs. Lois Doo- Mr.and Mrs.Fred Solosy and Charles

Mrs. C. E. ''igginsofB.trtow..Mr. little and Mrs. Annie M. Dom Mr. Hotchkiss Southbury Conn...Mr. BUYS MORE Fountain Service

and Mrs. H. D. Deeson and familyof and Mrs. Frank Flutas and Col. and and Mrs. C. R. Waugh and sons of COMPLETE

Lakeland...Clinton Hutchinsonand Mrs. W. J. Jan da, all of Tampa... Galax Va...Mr. and Mrs. Jack TtexalfLINE Toiletries Stationery

John B. 'Kenney of Burlington, Mrs. Anita Garcia and Mrs. M. So- Clark and family and Jimmy Cald- .

Vt...Irma Janet of Tampa...Mrs. losy of St. Petersburg...Billy Ray well of St. Petersburg...Mr. and c Magazines and Books

Janine F. Bark of St. Petersburg... of Tarpon Springs...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lester Murnan and daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hicks and Vernon Hall and son of So. Salem, Batavia N. Y. Beach Wear

of N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Welchof
family Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs. IN A REAL
Clarence Newton Jr. of Valley Station Lakeland. Tommy Owens of Ware Shoals S.

Ky...Mr. and Mrs. George R. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs. C..Mr. and Mrs. F. Hatchet of DRUG STORE General Sundries

Jewell of Frostproof...Mr. and Mrs. Margaret Voorhees of Seneca Pa, Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Gordon

W. N. Fling and party of Ashley ...Mrs. Dorothy Homer of Miami Sharp of Bradenton and West Virginia. -

Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. William Tru- .. .Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Joy and Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

mpie of Grand Rapids, Mich. ..Mr. daughter Barbara of Sharon, Mass. PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.E. .
and Mrs. James Duckett and familyof ...Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Vaughanand M. Helm of Oneco._ Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist

Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Morris family of Winter Haven...Mr. T S
CAPRI BEACH A P A RT M E N :
Combee and family of Lakeland. and Mrs. F. A. Guba and grand-
Mrs. Alice Johnson Mrs. Mary Les-
Elizabeth and of Sara- daughter of Plantation...Mrs. A.
Boling party KEEP COOL I
ko and Mrs. Lillian,Kalata of Yon-
sota...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martinof M. Battle and daughter of Lakeland
kers, N. Y...Mr and Mrs. Dale
Palmetto...Mr. and Mrs. E. R. ...Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Capps and of
Jones of Orlando...Michael Song
Smith and family of Bartow...Mr. family of Wimauma. ..Mrs.Virginia Tampa. Shorts-Blouses-Sun

and Mrs. Barry M. Sharp and partyof Fort and daughter of Lakeland.. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. TopsSPORTSWEAR
Floral City. ..Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. S. Reeves and familyof and
and Mrs. Hollis Hayman familyof
Kafer Jr. and family of Bucy- Ocala. Bradenton.. .Mr and Mrs. John
rus, Ohio...Mr and Mrs. DennisE. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Plymale and family of Clarksburg,
Taylor and party of Ft. Meade Rogers of Orlando...Mrs. Mat-
W. Va.S. .
...Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Carroll and tie Weng of D a y t o n, Ohio...Mr. BY
son of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Carl E. Hayes of Plant S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.

G. Tison and family of Parrish. City. and Mrs. J. T. Harper of Lakeland = KORETQUEENADDLE

Mr. and Mrs. Grady Richards and EAST Of THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.L. ...Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Ev-

family of Lake Wales...Mr and Hoistman and Mr. and Mrs. Rus- ansville, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Clar- & SADDLE .

Mrs. Charles J. Mullens and familyof sell Karch of Dayton, Ohio. .Mr. ence Eggers of Newburgh Ind. ..Mr.
Bradenton. and Mrs. Russell Hoge of Chattanooga and Mrs. James M. Foley of Oak- FRAYNE
land Ind...Mr. and Mrs. B.
TRIPP'S COURT: Mrs. Joyce Hol- Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. Stur- City,
lowell and daughter Daila, Mrs. gis Ruth and family and Mr. and R. Wallace of Tampa...Mr and

Lottie Adams and daughter Linda, Mrs. John Wine and family of York, Mrs. Thomas Howard of Bradenton

and Mrs. Sara Wilkerson and daughter Pa.. .Mrs. Robert Spencer and fam- ...Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Doyle of

Sally all of Palatka. ily and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter of -Chicago.

ROD&REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland..Mrs. Elmer Hancock of BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS:

Thomas E. Taaffe and family Mr. Fort Meade.. .Mr and Mrs. Pat Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Denny of Con-

and Mrs. J. Mortellaro, Mr. and Crandall of Nashville, Tenn. cord, N. C..B. L. Bright and fam- Layaway Phone

Mrs. Hugh Coleman and son, Mr. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and ily of Lakeland. Plan EAR;rne.l4Woren 778-1161

and Mrs. Charles Ford and family Mrs. William H. Tjaden of Morton, PROTHERO APARTMENTS

and Sam Scalaro Sr. all of Tampa 111...Mr.and Mrs.J.Hillbrook Wise and Mrs. Judson Edwards of Tampa.
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...Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spinole of of McKeesport Pa...Mr and Mrs. ---------------
CHARLIN VILLAS and
: Mr. Mrs. ---------------
Largo...Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cooper J. Gibson of White House Station, J. Spaulding and family of Lafayette _-_-_-_-_-_r --.---------. ONLY
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N. J. ..Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Dwayane =-==== 'r-rr.----
UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE Wheeler of Harrison, Tenn...Ruth Townsend and of Bowling --------- ---------- PHILCO I
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( PAYMENT and Bertha Holland of Moorestown, Green.. .Mr.and Mrs.Herman Col- -_-__-_--_.. h. ..r o.:a_-_--__-_-
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N. J.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Pickard of man of Winter Haven. ..Mr. and .-----... :;;ot_
EIGHT LINES-SLOP MINIMUM 50 ------------- GIVES YOU
; Winter Haven..Mr. and Mrs. J. -.-------------
Mrs. William Sheely and family of ===============
ISLANDER PHOTOS! As an added ..r- M. Hodges of Charlotte, N. C.. Atlanta. ..Mrs. and ---------
.tee to our readers, 5 br 7 nlarg.m.nt. Ruby Walmsley -s=======rrNOISELESS
of any' picture appearing in THE ISLAN- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Muga of party of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs.
DER are available at 1.25 each Writet .Mr. and Mrs. L. Gerald Exclusive
THE Tampa. Joe Brockman and family of Shar-
ISLANDER Anna Maria, er Phone the most-wanted
771.2021. Mamie of Clearwater...Walter L. onville, Ohio. ..I. C. Young and 10'1'1106 .I

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Larson of Fort Lauderdale...R. Bernard family of Atlanta. Consumer Feature

Floors cleaned! Mowing and polished.edging trimming Windows of Cleveland, Ohio...Gordon PLAY ENCANTADA: Mr. and AIR CHARGER

washed.and Reasonable oiled. Prompt rates-references and efficientservice. Arnold of Bryce, Ohio...A. D. Barr Mrs. O. L. Farina and daughters of

after furnished.430.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 of Phoenix City Ala. ..Bess Beckerof Tampa. Air Conditioning Of Course

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Ser Chicago.
Frank vice. Bradenton Beard. 778-1431.Beach Fir Dept. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. (S.. Also Page 5)) ISLAND TV 778-1703

FOR RENT 2-Bedroom house} efficiency -
apartment near Gulf. TV and
linens. Phone 7782791. HOT WEATHER SPECIALS NEW SHIPMENT

FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH Two
Duplexes, plus large 2-Bedroom Horn
with screened one bedroom porch, garage a par t and men boatport.t. Large $HORT"Wom.n's-M.nVChildren'$1.19upSWIM JIGSAW PUZZLES

On3 comer lots only' en* block to beachor
to shopping center. Small Down Payment -
SUITS-Wom.n.-M.n..Chlldr.n.$1.29
owner wiU take mortgage. Call up d
778-1442,or Write SR 5509 Brad. Beach.
FOR SALE OR RENT Nice 2 bedroom SWIM MASKS-ALL 25% OFF
Home on 65th Street. Closed garage, 2
air conditioners, larg patio, nicely asr'
planted lot. Call 776-1S30. or 746-0651. AIR MATTRESS-6 FOOT1.88

HOME&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE (
While you are away -a weekly Cheek c.S I4O'P 778-1020
ing of house for any troubles that might S BEACH TOWELS-GIANT SIZE2.98 _
'develop air house and water house
plants. FREE ESTIMATES on any Ad-
ditional Services. Close your house TERRY SUN BRAS & HAL TERS-.79* & 98<
Any CLEAN-Open Refurbishing your or Yard house-CLEAN.Care. REPEAT OF A SELLOUT
GUARANTEED CONTRACTPAT -
& MAX HUBER

Anna BOX 523 Maria Phone Home 776-2143 778-1772 I ISLAND VARIETY STORE ELECTRONIC BUG KILLER

TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on
north point of Longboat Key, soned for '
Multiple Dwelling. ONLY S4.SOO! Walter I' 778-1021 JUST PLUG IN-
S.HardiaRea1tJ'Co., Realtors. 7781010.
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of eloUYing. J
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Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank ij FORGET ABOUT BUGSIOnly I
Beard. Phone 7711431.ANNOUNCEWENT. .

!Starting immediately when ever '
each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE
ISLANDER is entitled to one four-line
Unclassified Ad at no charge each.year. where vrYhow
No Strings No Gimmicks-One Free, :
Four-Line Ad for each PAID-UP Sub 4 .
scriber. So Take Advantage of This
Offer. ever : .. $3.98

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