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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 19, 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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No. 558 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1962 TEN CENTS





;; County Buys. South End Of A. M. Island 'I I






Purchase Ends Five Year Controversy, Gives I

z .. Manatee West Coast's Finest Recreation AreaA I



land controversy more
than five years old was set-

tled Monday with the purchaseby *
r j Manatee County of the 110 y f>;

.,. j acres at the south end of the
r Island. k

),"', Co-purchaser with the Coun-
t ,
tTj. ary ty was the State Road Depart- .
: \
ment, to which will go a 100 .
:( foot wide strip on each side \\4:

1- of the centerline of the high- y

way from 13th Street South,

to the Longboat Key Bridge,

: an area of approximatelythree
+t acres at the end of the

bridge, and an easement along SOUTH END LAND IndL
1 sr the Gulf for maintenance of cat.d by arrow, showing

the groins. location of n.w County

,' .T. iq Price of the purchase was Boach.

$318,680, of which the SRD
will pay $185,000 from Man- Caldwell of St. Petersburgset
"
.... Of. atee County secondary road the value at $1,390,500, a
....
4' .. ......fi.I funds, and the balance to be figure considered by County
:. officials to be about million
a
; paid by the County.
... -- .. ; dollars low.
iii' too
.. The purchase price will be
... .. -. Many county residents, including -
...: paid to, the Estate of E. P.
... .
.. "'f.}.,. Green, which prior to con- some of the County
,. .... struction of the Commissioners, have been
... -' ..,.. Longboat Key
r.. .*.4cS.. .r.. Bridge and the highway to against any out-of-court set-
'A ,. ..... tlement for
'j. ,- .:. the bridge below 13th Streetin the land, but felt
<* Bradenton Beach, owned that a court would not awardall
SOUTH END OF ISLAND, PURCHASED THIS WEEK BY MANATEE COUNTY FOR PUBLIC RECREATION approximately 46 acres of upland the land to the SRD fpr
AREA. MILE-LONC BEACH IS ONE OF FINEST ON WEST COAST OF FLORIDA. (Bill St.wart Photo) and 15 acres of submer- maintenance of the road and

ged land through which the bridge. Nor would a court :

I a's-. Bradenton Beach Grqin Permits Denied By IIP Cleary To Request highway When condemnation was built. suits on ty settlement ownership give or Manatee control of Coun-any I

part of the desirable beach
Separation Of South the south end
Applications to build a num- groin and Mr. Lee Tharpe'srecent property were and front.
End From B. Beach filed in 1956, none was filedon Bay I
ber.of stone groins in the Gulf construction without the Green Estate The vote to accept the set-
in Bradenton Beach have been United States and State property,
per- tlement Kenneth
by
Kenneth W. Cleary, County proposed
presumably through an error.In 1
turned down by the State Inter- mits and his proposal to con-
attorney who arranged the March, 1957 a letter of W. Cleary, County attorney, "
nal Fund Trust- four and fill
Improvement struct groins was unanimous with Com-
,
terms of settlement for the entry, authorizing construction -
lands. It is
-
ees.At submerged apparent purchase by the County and of the highway through the mission Chairman Mike
its June meeting, the that the situation in this
SRD of the south end of the property, was written to the Klemmer breaking precedentand
Bradenton Beach City Coun- need further
area study
may Island said Monday he would SRD by the Manatee National voting in order to make it
cil voted to apply for a per- and evaluation of the problem.In .
seek from the Bank, trustee for the Green unanimous.
build 100 150 foot addition the permission
mit to
to a to, permit requirements -
Estate. Expected legal interferenceby
the end there County Commission to petitionthe
western are
stone groin at legal
the SRD filled the Manatee County Con-
Subsequently
Circuit Court to
of Bridge Street, actually an considerations which concern separatethe
south end land from the the area, built the highwayand servation Alliance failed to
extension of of the
an existing groin.In ownership submergedlands i
the develop, and it was understoodthat
addition Lee Tharpe has which the operations of City of Bradenton Beach.P. bridge, spending approximately -
$1 million in improving some members of theorganization's
C. VanRensselaer for-
applied for permits for four Mr. Tharpe involve.
the Gulf beach board of dir-
stone groins and to fill sub- "The platted lots and blocksare 'mer mayor of Bradenton to pro-
Beach, appeared before Monday's tect the highway from possible ectors approved the settle-
merged land in the Gulf on his shown to extend into the
Cove Bar property opposite public waters of the Gulf. meeting of the Manatee erosion. ment.
Value of the land taken After signing of the
County Commission. by agree-
Second Street North.A Whether the platted parcelswere
letter from Van H. Fer- formerly land above the During a discussion of the the SRD was to be settled at ment by Klemmer and Cleary
settlement of the some later date. Because no for the County Commission,
proposed
guson, director of the IIF mean high water and were
Trustees, to the City of Bra- torn away by an identifiablestorm south end controversy, and agreement between the par- and Dewey A. Dye Jr., attorn-
its purchase by the Countyand ties could be reached, the ey for the Green Estate, the
denton Beach is as follows: or were worn away by
VanRensselaerasked County and the SRD filed suit only approval not formally
"Enclosed is a letter of Dr. natural, gradual, imperceptible the SRD,
against the estate late in 1958. received was that of Circuit
Per Bruun of the Coastal Eng- erosion or the loss was that the County delay
ineering Laboratory, dated more rapid and directly caus- signing the agreement until Various motions by both par- Court Judge Lynn Gerald, who

June 28, concerning the City'sproposed ed by some structure or other it had consulted the peopleof ties to the suit have kept it was to give his final approvalon

extension of a rock artificial cause would affect Bradenton Beach. from reaching court. The Estate Wednesday.On .

the status of ownership of the (Continued on Peg 2)) of E. P. Green contendedthat Tuesday Cleary said that
platted areas now submergedor the SRD did not need the the final order in the law suit
Dr. Alida entire area for maintenanceof of the SRD and Manatee
Midget League artificially filled in. We are DegelerDr. Countyvs.
the bridge and highway, and the Green heirs will
aware that changes in the Alida Degeler, a winter restrict
Playoff GameA shore line have occurred but resident of the Island for ten employed engineers who endorsed the south end of the

we are without documentary years, died unexpectedly at a the contention. Island to public use, so the
championship play- evidence as to the dates or hospital in her home city of Value of the land has been County would be unable to

off game in the Island periods of change and the Waukesha Wis. on the morn- set as high as $2.7 million transfer title to private own-

Midget League will be cause. Affidavits of disinter- ing of Tuesday, July 10. but a recent appraisal by Sam ership, even if so inclined.

the featured entertain- ested parties having personal She had suffered injuries to

ment at the ball field at knowledge would materially her leg and ribs in a recent
the Island Youth Centerat assist in the determination of
fall.Dr. i41114j ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERTomporaturos
7 p.m. Friday July the extension of private own- Degeler had lived on

20.Tickets ership in the zone. These mat- White Avenue for several win- Wotor Rainfall..
for the game ters affect both the City'splanning ters, and last fall purchaseda
are now on sale at 50 and Mr. Tharpe and home at Palm Drive and Sam Noon 6pm High

cents each with the hol- other owners and we feel that 72nd Street. July 10--86 92 91 92 85 None

der of each ticket entit- effective stabilization can be She was a member of Roser July 11--86 92 90 92 86 .05

led to a free hot dog anda had only through measures Memorial Community Church July 12--86 91 90 92 87 1.4

Coke. Proceeds from based on study of the whole and had been active in the Island July 13--86 92 88 93 87 None
the event will be used for problem area.Following Players and other Island
July 14--87 92 88 92 88 None
.
the league's uniform is the letter from .
organizations.Burial
'
July 15--85 92 90 92 88 None
fund. Y'ALL COME! was to be in a family
July 16--87 91 92 92 88 NoneL
(Continued on Page 6) plot in Milwaukee.



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.; .. 2 J a' r' hit ..03a0Y, THE ISLANDER Thursday July 19. 1962 1
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TELEPHONE 778.2021 g'ense an The Goose Hangs HighWhen


Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR one more week rolls around, as they have a habit

News and odvertlslng.............MARGE,, KIMBALL Several times of during subscribers the past yearor of doing, we will take our trusty pocket knife and cut a longer "
have
two, some our than usual notch in the stick on which we keep track of the
I Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida approached us with the statement days, weeks and months. The issue of July 26 will mark the
"Weenjoy the poems in The Islan- end of the third year THE ISLANDER will have been pub-
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In der, and just know you are writing lished by the present owners--the owners who until very
advance-Canada, $5.00 h
per year. them under the name of Steve de-
recently comprised the entire staff of this publication.On .
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for "
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. Wolf. To which we always reply this anniversary we want to extend our heartfelt thanksto
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. fervently "Heaven forbid our many readers, subscribers, advertisers, contributorsand
At first we dismissed this bit lightly sources of news, for their support--monetary and moralas
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn but it has happened so many -- well as for their interest and encouragement, their assistance -
r times that now we feel we must do and occasional kind words.
Independent weekly published every Thursday by something in self-defense. Very special words of thanks are due to our former printer -

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida -. -- ,-, .<-- Frank Joyner, and his staff at the Franklin Press, who
continue to be of valuable assistance, and too, to Glen Wat-
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879.
kins and Hugo Greisen of the Shopping Guide, our new printers -
and the members of their staff, for helping us over some
rough humps in our publishing endeavor.
I Thanks, too, to Del Marth and Jack Alexander of the St.
Fine Step For CountyDuring Petersburg Times, and lower case ed bauman, who is asso-
ciated with some area paper, the name of which we cannot

'JI:ft recall at the moment.
the past few days the residents of Manatee County ,tJ During the year both paid circulation and advertising rev-
fj' enue have increased substantially, as they did the previoustwo
have been shown a rare sort of courage by the five membersof '" years. Thus the financial position of the paper becomes
healthier and more substantial each month. \
the Manatee County Commission, the courage to come to f" ,I! While we realize our version of THE ISLANDER has not ,
pleased everyone, we point to President Kennedy's cancella-
a decision on an extremely important matter, and then to r;,,'"Y : ,fN tion of his subscription to the New York Herald-Tribune, ,

1II \ ",-" which many people feel is a fine newspaper. THE ISLANDERhas
follow their decision with decisive action. .i\ __-
received the unsolicited praise and commendation of
(
Which brings us to the question "Is more than a score of professional newspaper men and women,
We refer, of course, to the purchase of the South End of Steve deWolf real?" We have pon- and successful writers in other fields. '

dered over this question many times, Some criticism, constructive and otherwise, has come our (
the Island, a matter of paramount importance to every resi- and the only honest reply we can way, but the total has been surprisingly small, and it has

give you is that we really don't helped the cause by serving to keep us on our toes.
dent of the County, and of even greater importance to future know! We have followed--and will continue to follow--a policy of

providing our readers with factual news of the Island -
coverage
\ We can, however, pass along a
residents and the economic future of the County.
s little information on the subject. its people and its happenings, by persons qualified by
f actual experience as paid reporters on daily papers. 1
During the summer months The Islander --
That the needed additional public beach area was
County strive maintain objective -
Editorially, we to a progressive,
is often visited by a person-
forward-looking policy, which has the best inter-
an accepted fact--it had, not a half-mile as one proponent of able young man who may be a de- ests of the Island and its people in mind. (

t Wolf. One of the most drastic changes in the more than ten year I
the south end purchase stated, but less than 1,000 feet--the Reputedly a journalism major at history of THE ISLANDER took place last December, when we t
the University of Western Michigan, method of from
changed our printing letterpress to photo-
present County Beach on the Island. where he is doing a-to-20 stretch, offset, a change we had contemplated for a long time. And I
he makes himself useful doing occasional while it takes almost no time to write a little about the
The County was prepared to purchase an additional 200 journalistic chores for us. changeover, it took much more time and effort to accom- I

He rustles up news items, proof- plish it.Not L
feet of beach front north of the present beach, at a cost of reads, furnishes original poetry-for wanting to be any different than anyone else in the '

our culture corner, writes an occas- business, we managed to make most of the same mistakes
$400 per_foot,. or a total of$80,000, and had earmarked fundsin ional feature story and empties an made by everyone, but after few weeks of almost unbeliev-

occasional wastebasket.In ably hard work and long hours, we managed to start to elim-
the next year's budget to make the purchase. rare instances he stoops to crass inate some of the little mistakes which bugged us in our

commercialism and drafts some advertising first few weeks working with the new method.
For only $133,680 "out of pocket" funds, and the sacrifice -
copy. This year he has ac- Now, as with almost anything else, we have almost com-
t pletely eliminated our production difficulties, and are pub-
of $185,000 in secondary road funds, approximately 80 quiredacameraandhas added photography lishing a very presentable looking paper.
1 to his list of accomplishments. M
What the change meant to the paper's small staff was :
acres were purchased, thus giving the County a mile-plus something like two additional days of work in each already

f overcrowded week. It meant acquiring new skillsmasteringnew
F' stretch of beach, second to none in the State, plus an equal techniques--becoming accustomed to an entirely new

i schedule--many extra hours of tiring--but fascinating-- r,
i stretch of Bayfront land. work.For

I our readers, the change meant better, and a better-
i Expected opposition melted away in the face of the logic looking paper; more pictures and better reproduction of pic-

tures; and because of the substantial saving in productioncosts
of the purchase, and representatives of many civic organi- expansion of the paper to twelve pages--every week-- i

will not only be possible, but also economically feasible.
I zations were on hand Monday to encourage the Commissionto Present plans call for just such an expansion to take placein
the fall.

make the purchase.Any And the reason we are taking note of our third anniversaryas
publishers a week before the actual date of the anniversary !
other second-guessers might be reminded that the .i.j.. was that this week we took delivery of the new type-setting 'I
a1 machines for which we have waited so many months, and we
easiest course the County Commissioners could have followed first should be
i felt the material to be set with the machines
editorial about that datel! The
an very important--to us--
would have been to let the case to court, where a
go
machines which will be used to set most of the paper's type.

I So, now that we have what we feel sure is the proper equipment -
judge and jury would have decided the disposition and valueof
to produce a better paper for our readers, we would
like to show any of our readers who are interested, what our
the land.County looks like and how the
little plant paper is produced. Come
along, but only on Thursday or Friday, please I
: Officials May Inspect Wood GroinsJust At times he could easily be mis-
taken for a genius--then again he
I before press time THE The groin designed by Wood, is so far "out" we sometimes fear CLEARY TO REQUEST... year ago, the measure never
the of anion he is about into orbit (Continued from Page 1)
ISLANDER learned that erosfeaturing principle to go disguisedas was passed.
expert Sydney Makepeace creasing permeability, has an Explorer satellite. One of the He pointed out that the city Ever since the controversyabout
Wood is now in Jamaica, and been the subject of much con- pictures reproduced here, is, we believe charter, approved by the leg- ultimate disposition of
that he has invited Manatee troversy in recent months. an original deWolf, and the islature in 1953, set the city's the south end started, Van-
County officials to visit that The County is interested in other is one we swiped from our advertising boundaries at 27th Street on Rensselaer has consistently
,, island to inspect some of his installing such a groin at theh department--but we aren't the north, and Longboat Passon maintained that neither the
installations there. County Beach, and Chairman quite sure which is which. We threw the south, so that the land State nor the County should
M It is believed that County Hugh Holmes of the Island them both in here to confuse our purchased by the County is have a beach in the area.
Engineer John Benson will Erosion Prevention District readers, and deWolf himself--If he within the city.VanRensselaer. Cleary said that because the
make the inspection trip, achas recommended that aqual- should ever see this column. also said the city would not be asked to furnish -
i companied by a member of the ified observer visit Jamaica Background information? he city zoned the area in ques- any services to the south
County Commission, possibly to inspect some actual instal- is a writer of Well tion in 1954 for motels and end, and there would be no pos-
Chairman Mike Klemmer. lations. serious student no mean of ability, poet, hotels, but not for a public sibility of collecting any taxes
Shakespeare, a beach. He said that a refer- there by the city, "disannexation" -
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES fan of the L. A. Dodgers, and a fair endum of the city's voters of the area would be the
cribbage and gin rummy player. In will be necessary before a best solution to the problem.
JULY -HIGH-- -.LOW.- addition, he is an all-around nice reachedby
public beach can be estab- Mayor Vic Reinel,
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 guy and we enjoy having him here. lished at the south end. telephone Monday evening,
20 Fri. 2:55 a.m. 1.1 1:19 p.m. 2.2 6:38 a.m. 0.9 8:27 p.m.0.4 But is he for real?We repeat--we Although an ordinance which said his feeling on the matteris
21 Sat. 3:27 a.m. 1.2 2:17 p.m. 2.0 7:49 a.m. 0.8 9:08 p.m.-0.1 just can't decide! He well may be would have required a refer- that VanRensselaer is no
22 Sun. 4:05 a.m. 1." 3:21 p.m. 1.7 9:07 a.m. 0.7 9:50 p.m.0.1
an hallucination--the result of too endum for approval of any longer mayor, and thereforeno
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
,, 24 Tue. 5:31a.m. 1.7 6:16p.m. 1.1 1h57a.m. 0.4 11.15p.m. 0.6 many hours spent over a hot type- public park or recreation area longer a spokesman for the
writer. in the city was proposed a city.P. .
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High Twelve ;Club Cleary Memo To The the land for the purpose of poses, the heirs of Green have

maintenance. have been assessed and have paid
They em-
The Island High Twelve Club County CommissionThe
substantial for
ployed reputable engineerswho taxes the years
will meet at noon Thursday
substantiate this position. 1957, 1958, 1959 and 1960.In .
July 19, at the Gulf Terrace.Dr. following is the text of
This position of course is in reaching a settlement in a
Frederick Allen, County County Attorney Kenneth w.Cleary's direct opposition to the posi- law suit, there has to be"give
Health Officer will be the
memorandum the
to and take" both sides.
tion of the State Road Depart- on
speaker this week. He will use Manatee Commissionin
County
ment Engineers. As to the Bay Therefore, neither party is
as his subject "Health Problems regard to the terms of the ..
side land, it is obvious even to ever wholly satisfied. I am
proposed settlement for the a layman that there is much sure that you may wish for

disputed land at the south end merit in the contention of the more than I hold out to you in

LEGAL NOTICES of Anna Maria Island: The Green heirs. We must recog- the settlement of this case.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA present law suit in regard to nize the fact that the SRD, However, instead of "possi-
public hearing will be held the above can be settled on an "
at the though contending its need for bilities, "ifs, "ands, or
City Office in Holmes Beach, Florida, amicable basis. I shall outline "
on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 1962, at 7i30 P.M. land hauled some 26,000 cubic "buts, the terms herein are
for th. purpoee of considering petition the terms of my proposed yards of sand off the South end certain.
for the rezoning of certain parcel of settlement offer, my recom- The of 1st
land from R-2 to C-2. These parcel are xkr. for use in other road projects.We Appraisal July ,
mendations and the
.1iuate between 53rd Street and 52nd reasons .',- must also recognize that which accompanies this mem-
Ji tree t, Holmes Beach, Florida. The therefor. Terms of the settle- pictures taken "then and now" orandum, shows the land to be
westerly parcel, 405 feet in length, is ment are as follows:
'owned by Mr. and Itrs. A. F. I ll... Th. Kenneth W Cleary show substantial accretion on valued today at $1,390,500.For .
feext.parcel to the east is owned by Ur. Manatee County and the State the whole Southern portion of this Manatee County would

and and the lire.next Stephen two Raymond, 135 feet Road Department shall take all judgment and to immediately this land, at points as much as pay $318,680. If we went
parcels owned by llr. SRI5
of the land involved. The
and Urs. William H. Schweppe-total conclude this matter. two to three hundred feet. The through with the trial, the
410 feet, ending at Gulf Drive. shall then take 100 feet in I have tried to take a detached Northern portion has held its ownership and control of all

City Pauline Clerk H. Archer width adjacent to each side of view of this dispute. I real- own, even through some rela- the land would be in the SRD,
the present center line of SR ize the in and could be
this
problems suit tively severe storms.In used solely for
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 789, the whole length of the have been the subject of poli- my opinion there is a real road right of way and main-

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME land involved, a parcel at the tical charges and counter danger that the Court would not tenance purposes. With this

that The undersigned intend do hereby certify Southern tip for maintenanceof charges. I well realize that grant all of the land to the SRD settlement, the ownership and
they to conduct a Motor
Vehicle filling and s.rvic. station the bridge and its approaches there is hardly a person in but would leave portion of the control of approximately 80

business under the fictitious name of and an easement Manatee County who does not ownership and possession in acres would be in the County,
"ISLAND SHELL SERVICE")that said the Gulf side for main-
along
business will be conducted at the northwest have a definite opinion in regard the heirs of Green. since there are now over 110
comer of Gulf Drive and Marina tenance of the groins. All of to this matter. However, Assuming the Court finds all acres in the whole parcel. The

Manatee Drive in County the City, Florida of Holmes; and that Beach said, the remaining land shall be there are certain facts whichare of the land necessary for road beach front, some of the most

firm is composed of the following persons -'owned and possessed by Man- inescapable. We must recognize purposes, which as have saidI highly prized in the State of

whose names and places of residence atee County. the applicable law. seriously doubt, the issue as Florida, is 6.000 feet long and
are as follows:
William C. Hochst.tler and Mildred A. The heirs of Green shall receive The SRD and Manatee County to damages or value is then we are well aware that the

Hochstetler, both residing at 3306 51st in payment for the land have the right to take land placed before a jury to find the present public beach is too
Avenue Terrace, Bradenton, and all claims
Florida. and
rights
,
Ownership of "ISLAND SHELL SER- from the lawful owners, but value as of March, 1957. Thisis small. We are also aware that
VICE" is as follows! William C. Hoch- costs, the sum of$318,680 and only that amount necessary for a fact question where both this Commission has had under -
stetler, fifty per cent, and Uildred A. the IIP. Board $1, payable as the proposed public sides will
purpose, present testimony consideration the
Hochstetler, fifty pet cent. pur-
follows SRD shall immed-
Further the undersigned do certify : pay and the public bodies must pay by experts as to the value. Any chase of 200 feet of additionalland
that it is their intention to apply to the iately the sum of $185,000 the full value therefor.In opinion by anyone in this regard at the public beach for
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for from funds transmitted to the
Manatee County, Florida, to Registerthe this matter the heirs of is conjectural. Who could $400 per front foot, for total
. said name of "ISLAND SHELLSERVICE" credit of Manatee County, second Green owned sixty acres of possibly guess what finding a of $80,000. Here, for the sum
under the provisions of road funds. land on the Southern end of jury might make. I do thatit
Chapter 865.09 of the Florida Statutes, Manatee shall the say of $133,680, over and above
Acts of 1961. County pay Anna Maria Island consistingof will be difficult to erase the $185,000 of right of way
Witness our hands this 25th day of sum of $25,000 immediately of from mind the
forty-six acres uplandand a jury's pictureof funds already allocated for
June A. D. 1962. and on or before December15th
William C. HochstetlerMildred approximately fifteen over one mile of beautiful this purpose, the County can
A. Hochstetler 1962, the sum of $108- acres of land. white sand beach and
submerged over a obtain 6,000 feet of beach, in
5-284' i-5,12, 1962NOTICE 680 if the balance is
or paid
The right of way for the Road mile of desirable bay front addition to the bay front, whichof
before October 5 1962 the
,
uses approximately 28 1/2 land.It is
course, not quite as val-
shall
TO CREDITORSTo County receive a discount acres of land. The bridge approach should also be pointed out uable, but has tremendous
All Creditors, Legatees, Distributes of $2,500 and pay only that even though the State and
and All Persons having $106,180.Ad will use approximatelythree possibilities for developmentfor
Claims or Demands the County contend this propertyis recreation
against valorem for the acres of land. This purposes for
Estate of ALFRED C. PRIEST taxes
and has
public, it been so
leaves balance of 28
deceased years 1961 and 1962 shall be a 1/2
You and each of you, are hereby cancelled.All acres, which are seriously in used for road and beach pur (Continued on Page 5))
notified and required to file .any
claiins and demands,-which you, or of the land shall be used dispute. The Green heirs vig- I ,
either of you, may have against the solely for public orously contend that this landis
estate of ALFRED C. PRIEST, purposes.In
deceased, late of Manatee County, the event of third party not necessary for mainten- Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.
Florida, with the Honorable litigation which should prevent ance of the roadway and that

Manatee Robert A.County Rickey,, County Florida,Judge at his of .timely payment of the deferred the maintenance of the groinscan REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

office in the Court House of said balance to the heirs of Green, be carried out with only an
County, within six calendar months the County to defend easement or right to go upon Established 1908A
agrees
from the time of the first publication
of this notice. such litigation and to payGreen's
A.D.1962.Date of first publication July 12, heirs 6% interest on Fulford Palmsif Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

LOLA M. PRIESTAdministratrix the balance until paid.It 422 Twelfth St. Phone
of the Estate of is my recommendation that 742-1431
ALFRED C. PRIEST, OCONUT
.
Deceased the County enter into this set- BRADENTON

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417 Twelfth Street West
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 19. 1962


Mosquito Fund Bowling League {/

ContributorsContributors MeetingThe

last week to the annual meeting of the Island -
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AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund were Bowling League will be tr

Louis R. DeWolf, Louis J. held at the Holmes Beach City

Barolo, Gulf Park, Mrs. Everett Office at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
C. Bliss, Charles E. July 19.
Pierce, Alys A. Simmons and ifzrt ibi4rd All bowlers, sponsors and r
Rebecca R. Craft. other persons connected with
The fund has now reached a the league are urged to attend
total of $1,152.50, but officers a the meeting to elect officers,

of the sponsoring organization < t review league rules and make
the Island Chamber of new ones if necessary, and to
Commerce, remind all con- enter their teams for the next
tributors that any oversub- season. Sponsors are asked to '
scription will be carried over take sponsors' fees with them. .

until next year, when it will Any team not represented will ,. .. ,
be used for the same purpose, be considered no longer in the -" --

larviciding on the entire Is- league, and new entries will be
land. { accepted as replacements.Names DEATH ON MOSQUITOES. New fogger of City of Anna Maria. Oper-
of any new bowlers ator Earle Murdock on tractor, and at rear of machine Sam Adams I
Persons who wish to contri- and Police Chief Jordan. Islander Photo
who have should be registered at the George ( )
bute to the fund and
Further information
meeting.
not yet done so are asked to
make checks payable to the may be obtained from League
and President Tom Edwards at the Smoked Mullet Sale Island Chamber Of
AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund,
send or give them to C. E. Island Variety Store. Friday, July 20 Commerce MeetingThe
the Island Bank. HANK BAUGHMAN of Falrl I one
Brewer at
The Youth Fellowship of Ro- Island Chamber of Com-
Acres, Bradenton, with string of
fish caught at Rod & Reel Pier last the twist generationit's ser Memorial Community merce will meet at the cafe-
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Thursday. Included in the string Church will conduct a smoked teria at the Island School at
See alto Page &); were snook weighing lOJi) and 8 amazing to see mullet sale Friday, July 20. 8 p.m. Thursday, July 19.
of Cincinnati..Mr. and Mrs. A. R. pounds each; a S pound drum, and a the sensible parents Sales will be made at the IGA All members are urged to at-
Keith of Minneapolis.ALEX 2pound redfish. Earlier In the week twist roundandaround store in Anna Maria and at the tend.
APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs. Hank caught two snook at the pier andupandownand parking lot of the church on
Peter Scheller and Mrs. Mary Wess- which weighed 16K and 12 3/4 onetwothree kick Pine Avenue. being sold, but advance orders
of .. and pounds. (Islander Photo) who used to The mullet sale on July 4th may be placed by calling the
berg Eustis. Mr. Mrs. Joseph .
was so successful that the Fel- office of the church,778-2882.
Alex of Knoxville, Tenn. tioningat the Gibson Cottage on reprimandtheir
kids lowship was unable to supply Deliveries will be made on request -
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Elm Avenue, for two weeks. teenage Proceeds from both
for rocking and- fish in sufficient quantities to
*
Mrs. George Clement and son Sergeof sales will be used for furnish
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cas- and meet the demand, and thisweek's
Montreal...M. A. Morneau, P. rolling ing a new Youth Room, part of
sale is de-
sady of Hardin Avenue, Anna Maria, Elvis but at least by popular
Annable and Mrs. S. St. Jean and and Mrs. Robert W. Harkness, Mrs.Cassady's mand. No advance tickets are the new addition to the church.
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family, all of Montreal...Mr. and
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July 19, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 5

;
CLEARY MEMO...0.J Island Visitor
(Continued from Page 3)
Writes Play And Novel
( our County particularly in

connection with boating activi- 4 Mrs. Mont C. Draper (Cena

ties, and more especially in Christopher Draper) of War-
view of the fact that the County rensburg, Missouri has writ-

presently owns Coffis Key, ten an Irish play THE BELLSOF
which adjoins on the east, 4, M -- MELODOON, which will be
which contains approximatelyanother produced this fall by the Mus-

ten acres. ettes, one of the four groups y
.
From an economic stand- the Kansas City
-'. ,.,. making up
point, it is my opinion that the ". Children's Community Thea-
,
purchase of 12OOOfeetofwat- !A III..i' .
erfront land, for an expenditure tre.The hour-length play will be
.
of $133,680 is a tremen- 'i
: ar produced as a trouping play
..,
.
dous purchase and I am sure 4r r and will be presented in the
that any private investor would a n< elementary schools of Kansas {

jump at the chance to make City.
such a purchase. Mrs. Draper is the author of Cena Christopher DraperIn
Under the terms of the pro- many children's plays in addi-
posed settlement Green's r-k tion to puppet plays; a child- an accompanying letter,

heirs are to pay all their own I .. ren's book, RIDGE WILL- Mrs. Draper writes:. "I'm
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Court costs,attorney fees, appraisal "" ;; OUGHBY; and an adult novel, sending you the publicity that
fees, and engineering J '! PAPA SAYS, which was pUb- is going to be printed in the
fees, which are substantial. If lished by Liveright's. The late Kansas City Star and in my

I this matter were litigated to Frank Glenn held an auto- hometown paper about my lat-
conclusion the would .n. in the Hotel est literary ventures, BE-
a County graphing party
MRS.CHARLES SPEER, 206 69th Street, Holmes Beach, with the Cush. CAUSE I wrote the Irish playon
have to pay all of those costsin Muehlebach for Mrs. Draper
she In recent guess-the-mlleage contest
man-Vespa motor scooter won a
the beach of Anna
addition that value of the of the last- lovely
to sponsored by NBC-TV on Its TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES program. upon publication
Maria Island last and
land which might be found by a Keys to the scooter were given Mrs. Speer by the Sarasota Cushman named book. January
jury.A dealer. (Islander Photo) ___ At present, Mrs. Draper has February while staying there.
settlement has been approved -, just completed a novel of a "The Theatre group seemto
across the country by a young couple think this is the best play
the General's in El Dorado,
by Attorney Scooter WinnerMrs. .pioneer family
from NBC in Los NBC
to
Angeles I've written for them and I
Office and b:- the IIF Arkansas. El Dorado is called
Board, and has also been approved Charles Speer of 206 69th in New York City, over a prescribed the last of the oil boom towns, think that somehow your Island
ofa route with some allowance for de- famous in the must have been the inspiration. -
made
Road De winner
by the State Street Holmes Beach a as it was
partment. I have discussedthis recent guess-the-mileage contest tours. 1920 s when oil was discovered -. .
matter with Governor sponsored by the TRUTH OR CON- Mrs. Speer guessed the recorded there. The novel is entitled "And so I am looking for-
Bryant, who stated that it was SEQUENCES television program, mileage within one-tenth a mile. MOTHER THE OVERSEERand ward to next winter when my
his hope and desire that Man- last week was presented a$400 motor She has never ridden a motor scooter will be released this fall husband and I shall return.
atee County would receive all scooter by the Sarasota Cushman and being a grandmother says at an autographing party in El And this time, I plan to writea
land she is about learn She celebrate the nine- Viking play for the Theatre
of this for public pur- her not to now. Dorado, to
Vespa dealer as prize. I feel the sound of the
the machine of Mrs. group.
poses. hopes to sell to help ty-third birthday
Viewers of the noon-day feature
I have also been advised by defray recent hospital expenses. James A. Rowland, who is Gulf will be just right for back-
will remember that the
problem dramal"BUILDER
Jr. for the Overseer in the ground for a Viking !
Dewey Dye Attorney to the exact that Some forty-odd years ago, how- Mother, ,
was mileage
the Green heirs, that he is guess ever, when she was head of the Eng- book.
would be shown on a sealed speed- OF HOMES
authorized to accept tMs set- lish department of a K an s a s high Mr. and Mrs. Draper have
driven
ometer of a motor scooter Houses suitable for Island climateand
tlement on behalf of the'Green
school she wen ton occasional mo- been Island visitors the past conditions. Remodeling: Re
heirs and to enter into a Stip-
with torcycle rides with her finance,who two winters, and plan to buya pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates !.
busy some long
ulation for final judgment ac- range
the Island .
home on given.NORMAN
winter
cordingly. plans for development of this was head of the commercial depart-

Possibly some criticismwill land, I can envisage the great- ment of the same school. Later a eventually. Off. 778-1410 ROSEDALE Home Anna 778-2591 Maria
descend upon the Board est public beach and recrea- motorcycle sidecar was his wedding
from various quarters if you tion area on the West Coast of gift to her and they had a motor-

enter into this settlement. Florida. This of course will cycle honeymoon trip through the Sunland Turf & Garden
.. However, it is my considered be a benefit and a boon to ev- Ozarks of Missouri and Arkansas.
opinion that entering this set-' ery-resident in the County, not A year later, when Mr. Speer accepted ...
tlement this Board is carry- only for their own use but for a teaching positionin Garden Supplies, Nursery Stockand

ing out its duty and that this the attraction to tourists and Springfield, Mass. they made the
settlement is to the great pub prospective residents, and tfip there with the motorcycle and LandscapingAT
lic interest of Manatee County. will finally set at rest a most sidecar. They sold it soon afterward,

Time only will prove you rightin controversial matter which and bought the first 1917 Model T SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
your judgment.If might not otherwise be resolved Ford sold in that city.
you accept this settlementand for several more years HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
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Pace 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 19. 1962
I
, Model Plane Contest
GROIN PERMITS DENIED...
(Continued from Page 1)) Savings bonds, trophies and
merchandise certificateswere

Dr. Bruun to Mr. Ferguson: won by successful con-
"This is with reference to testants in a model plane com

applications by the City of petition sponsored by Charters -. ;

CHURCHESHARVEY Bradenton Beach on a 150 ft. Inc., and which took : $ r. ) \
extension to an existing rock place Sunday afternoon. ) g t
l MEMORIAL CHURCH groin in the Gulf of Mexicoat Winners in the flying model
l (Noa.o..o.iaatioaal)
Bradeoton Beach Bridge Street at about .25 division for boys over 14 were

t RKV. A. W. SIMMS mile south of the Cortez Ricky Daher, first; Jimmy
Bridge, in Bradenton Beach, Beckett, second; and under 14,
SUNDAY: Florida, Corps of Engineers, Dale Carlson first.In .
I 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. SAKSP Permits (62-356) and the classification which t .'
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. .Yrw
called for models of +W -
original
to letter to the District Engi-
neer, U. S. Corps of Engi- design, winners (over 14)were Tg --
BERNARD MISSION neers of June 17th by Mr. LeeA. Richard Daher, first; Bob
I'fiesi: REV. FRANCA F. WELSMIU.IR Tharpe Bradenton, with Meyer, second;John Niesman,

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. copy to you including appli- third; Jimmy Beckett fourth.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00a.m.. cation for permit to build four Under 14, Tim Clark, first;
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m'' Joe Daher second and Keith
new groins of 350 ft. length ,

WEDNESDAYS 7:30 p.m. Rosary: and Benediction,.out in the Gulf of Mexico at Birkman, third.In CONTESTANTS in model plane contest, with some of the flying en
the division for
nonflying -
Bradenton Beach. tries. Left to right are: Ricky Daher Timothy Clark. Jimmy Beckett,
models John Niesman I
,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL "If such permits are given Joe Daher, Dale Carlson, Bernard Clark, Robert Meyer, Keith Birkman
first Daher second
Beach ; Ricky ;
shore Bradenton
the at
REV. LEE RATLIFF. Pastor Islander Photo
and under 14, Dale Carlson, and John NIE" man. ( )
consist of a numberof
may soon
FRIDAY: first and second.
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation "headlands" sticking out in All the models were built ald. Merchandise certificatesand awarded at 4 p.m. Friday,
Hoar.SUNDAY the sea. Such situation will not by the boys themselves. The trophies were furnishedby July 20, at the office of Char-

: be desirable from a coastal judges were Carl Gulat, Ed the Island Hobby Shop and ters, Inc. at the south end of I
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. engineering point of view because Bauman and George McDon- The Islander. Prizes will be the Island Airstrip.
10:00 a.m Worship Service. it will concentrate wave
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. activity including wave pileupin
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. certain areas and pockets.
MONDAY: it will constitute
Furthermore J
7:30 p.m. Nominating Committee. almost complete barriersto a
TUESDAY: .
7:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. the littoral drift. It would .
WEDNESDAY: probably not either be very
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. desirable from an aesthetic

viewpoint."It .
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDtnomiatitioMl is suggested for consid-
( ) eration that the entire bulk-
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor head and protection problemfor

THURSDAY: Bradenton Beach be reviewed -

7:30 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. by the proper interests smart and modern
FRIDAY: before any further action be
10:00 a.m. Smoked Mullet Sale at taken, thereby securing a TOWN HOUSESby
IGA and Church Parking Lot. more uniform plan for the ben-
SUNDAY: efit of everybody."
9:00 Service.
a.m.Worship Mayor Vic Reinel of Bradenton JACK HOLMESof
10:00 a.m. Sunday School.
Beach who is vacationin
6:30 p.m Intermediate Youth Fellowship on holmes beachWe
at Witts' house on Key the Midwest, could not be
reached for a statement about
Royale Drive. are moving to OUR NEW OFFICE at 63rd Street & NEW YACHT HARBOR.
7:00 p.m. Senior Youth Fellowshipat what further effort the city
Church. might take to secure a permitfor APARTMENTS IN OUR EWEST BUILDING WILL BE COMPLETED AND READY

MONDAY: the groin. FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY, JULY 22.
7:30 p.m. Older Youth Meeting.
WEDNESDAY:

7:30 p.m. Building Committee. .
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9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and AND LAMPS.
Sermon, Church School. LINENS BLANKETS
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young Church Anything in the Electrical Line

men. All Kinds of Repairing LINEN RENTAL SERVICE t

AIR CONDITIONED PHONE 778-2813 Bradenton Beach 778-1472
I

FRIGIDAIRE
LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL

(Now Uncle Nw Management) I ISLAND BUS
At Entrance to Rod & Reel I Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned IT TAKES MOISTURE REMOVAL TOO!

Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.

TELEPHONE 7782780. SIX ROUND TRIPS And FRIGIDAIRE Has It!
FROM BRADENTON

DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY 6,000 TO 19,000 BTU.
45* One Way, 804 Round Trip
f JJ'rvw SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE NOW AS LOW AS
FOR GRAMMAR & HIGH

SCHOOL STUDENTS-50 RT

$194 _. *..-.___.
WHILE I '' PICK UP SCHEDULE NOWIElgin -,

FRIGIDAIRE

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Guarantee of Rated Capacity -

WEDO Water The aux rsr fturMteu Out IN rated cooling capacity
s (and Iwatlnf capacity, if present) Mt fort to
BTU/MR ( Conditioner was established wider UM conditions and
YOUR Softeners and Filters within th toltrancts prescribed by NEW StandardCMMMO.
LAUNDRY
If at any time within 5 years after date of dalhrtry, to .'
tho qui purchaser, this rrifidaire Room Air Conditioner
while in proper operating condition fails to deliver
BONDED its rated capacity under the conditions and within the
CALL tolerances prescribed by JIMA Standard CNMMO. the
778-2295 manufacturer will replace this Frifidairo Room Air Conditioner
& with a cum.t.odel of same rated capacity at M
cost to the owner or nor.I .
FREE PICKUP 6r I INS U RED ....,..,rl.cMim.I Ah.d..s.r.v.'Awcidl..
DELIVERY SERVICE -_ FrlgNaln..................eernu.,0IIII
JANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND

Beach Bendix THE WATER ROY PHILLIPS SOFTENING Engel Furniture & Appliance


Laundry & Dry Cleaners COMPANY Your FRIGIDAIRE Dealer
58th Street and Holmes Boulevard,

205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486 9805 GULF DRIVE, ANNA MARIA TEL. 7781267r

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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
FOR SALE INSURANCE COMPANYSince

1897

t Protect Your Real tttote Investment
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541

IT 1 LOVELY PRIVATE HOMETWO


BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA -

rcre* x ROOM, LARGE AND UNUSUAL KITCHEN WITH

DINING AREA, TWO SCREENED PORCHES AND ONE-

4 CAR CLOSED GARAGE. WELL-LANDSCAPED 80 X 80
If'
LOT. OIL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING. ALMOST

??8-2663 COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT

CONDITION. CLOSE TO GULF IN HOLMES BEACH.

ASKING PRICE $25,000.


Look For These Signs GULFSIDE HOME at north end of Gulf Drive, Anna Marla, recently purchased RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
by Mr.and Mr*.W. E. Trieschmann of Waynesboro, Va. from Mrs. Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778.1159
BEACHFRONT COTTAGESWELL William K. Hathaway. Transaction was negotiated by Peggy Moore of

FURNISHED FRAME Parrish Realty, Anna Maria. (Islander Photo) TRADE YOUR LOTFOR

COTTAGE. NEEDS SOME
REPAIRS. 50 x 200 LOT DOWN PAYMENT ON A MODERN, COMPLETELY
FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
ZONED
FOR MOTEL. PRICE
FURNISHED DUPLEX, WHICH HAS CENTRAL HEAT
$14,000-TERMS. 778-2012
AND AIR CONDITIONING. TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING
LARGE 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE R. C. SCHUCHARDBONDEDMASTER
WITH NEW KITCHEN. PANELED ROOM, KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM AND CARPORT ON
LIVING ROOM AND PORCH. PLUMBER'S LICENSE
EACH SIDE. NO CLOSING COSTS.
PROPERTY IN GOOD CONDI-
TION. 50 x 200 LOT ZONED PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS JOHN B. PROTHERO

FOR MOTEL. PRICE $19,000, 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
TERMS. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS
SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND .
116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778.2554 HOLMES BEACH

LARGE1BEDROOMCOTTAGEWITH WE HAVE LISTINGS ON MANY FINE HOMES
PORCH ON 3 SIDES-
75 x 100 SEAWALLED LOT. PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500. IF YOU BEAUTIFUL
PRICE $13,500, WITH LOW
DOWN PAYMENT. ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED

HOME, LET US SHOW YOU THESE.
THREE BEDROOM COTTAGEON
THE GULF, WITH LARGE ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
LIVING ROOM AND PORCH Canal front Home
OVERLOOKING THE WATER.
E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
52x200LOTWITH CONCRETE J)
SEAWALL-A REAL BUY AT
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
ONLY $15,000. $2,500 DOWN ON LARGE WELL-LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT
AND BALANCE ON EASY
'.. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
,
*
This is one of the finest buys we have had to
CB DUPLEX ON THE GULF. OWNER MUST LEAVE SO
TWO 2 B.R. APARTMENTS. offer in a number of years.

SEAWALL 100 x 200 LOT. DOWNGOESTHEPRICEOFTHISFINEPROPERTY.
ZONED FOR MOTEL. PRICE
ONLY 32000.EASY TERMS. TWO BEDROOMCB Three Bedrooms, Two Baths..Central Heat
IDEAL FOR SMALL MOTEL. COTTAGE WITH SCREENED PORCH AND FLORIDA and Air
Conditioning..Intercom System through-
ROOM. ALL NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE CORNER LOT
200 FT. SEAWALLED BEACH WITH LOTS OF TREES AND P!...NTINGS. ZONED FOR AD. out..All-Electric Kitchen..Swimming Pool in
PROPERTY WITH 6 MODERN APARTMEMVS 'OR BUSIWP.SS_ BUILDINGS.AN .
APARTMENTS. PLENTY OF DITIONAL Enclosed Patio..Double Carport..Covered Boat
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING AT
ROOM FOR EXPANSION. $9,576.00 Dock..And Lots of Other EXTRASI!
PRICE$85,000-GOOD TERMS.
1 SEE US FOR BRUCHURE AND JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
INCOME DETAILS. $33/5OO
ALL FOR ONLY
& M BUILDING ANNA MARA 778-2614

225 FEET ON THE GULF IN
HOLMES BEACH, WITH 2 B.R. $15,500 CASH WILL BUY THIS HOME.
HOME IN SECLUDED PINE IN HOLMES BEACHBEAUTIFUL
GROVE LOCATION..MUSTSETTLE $18.000--5 /}% Mortgage Can Be Assumed.
ESTATE. PRICE
$32,000. 85 x 130 BUILDING LOT, WITH DOCKING Which is approximately 75 per cent of appraised -
.
value of the
PRIVILEGES. WELL PLANTED WITH PALMS AND property.

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS ...............................

CEDARS. This Beautiful Home is being sold at this
75 x 100 BEACH LOT, $9,000.
CALL PEGGY MOORE, Associated With:
I 50 x 200 BEACH LOT, $7,000. EXTREMELY LOW LOW PRICE BECAUSEOF

150x155 BEACH LOT, $21,500. PARRISH REALTYPost OWNER'S ILLNESS.

100x 100*BEACH* LOT*, 16000. Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902

50 x 100 LOTS, $1,700 each, -
$100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH.
75 x 100 LOTS, $2,500 each, New Home ? WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
$150 DOWN, $15 PER MONTH. AVAILABLEAlso
Let Us Do Your Landscapingwith

the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE

90 x 110 Seawalled Canal -
I Lot In HOLMES BEACH- :: SHRUBS & PALMS US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

On paved street, and pricedAt J -to COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

ONLY* f$3,5001 f for ISLAND i GrowingPHELPS s

THREE HOLMES
BEACH N""
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LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001 NURSERY"
AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI
PINE AVENUE PHONE 778-1501
ZONED DUPLEX. Walter S. Hardin


YEARLY RENTALSNEW Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts! Realty Company

WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON Realtors
ONE BEDROOM APART.
MENTS, FURNISHED OR UN. EVERY SURFACE!
FURNISHED-$98 PER MONTH .
INCLUDING ALL UTILITIES. BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN
CENTRAL HEATING AND
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
AIR CONDITIONING. ALSO, HARRY M. RIFE

SEASONAL RATES AVAIL- 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
ABLE. LOCATED CLOSE TO LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

PUBLIC PING CENTER.BEACH AND SHOP- Anna Maria Phone 778-1341 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307Thursday






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CHARLIN VILLAS: Ted Ramsey,

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE David Dunnewold and Douglas ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Spaulding of Lafayette Ind. ..Mr.
Tit plot, wre, to we one' name ui print.=LotD BYBON and Mrs. Den n i s C. Wheeler and Holmes leach Anna Maria Island, Florida

I family of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs.

NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. Roy Reel Lakeland...Olive and Viola Bufferin James Duncan and family of Ar- ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

and family of Tampa...Fred Lang- of Worcester, Mass...Mr and vada. Col...Mr.' and Mrs. Frank ,

fordand family of Bradenton.. .Dr. Mrs. C. B. Bono of Columbus, Ohio Peoples and family of Bartow.

and Mrs. Woods Howard of Lakeland ...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frets of PLATA ENCANTADA: Mr. and YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

...Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Sneary of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. CharlesE. Mrs. A. E. Weaver and family of

villa. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Foust Brown of Lakeland...Mr. and Bradenton..Mr. and Mrs. L. F. BUYS MORE Fountain Service

Cullers of Tampa...Mr and Mrs. Mrs. L. R. Thorn of Delhi Ont... Rossiter and family of Tampa...Mr. COMPLETE

Charles Hornsby and son of Fremont Mr. and Mrs. L. Michaels of Tav- and Mrs. Malcolm C. Adams and J&1CGU Toiletries Stationery
T e x a s...Mr and Mrs. K. W. ares. family of Cincinnati.

Weissman and family of Wauwatosa.Wis. ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Paul LINE Magazines and Books

...Mr. and Mrs. James H. Par- Clifford M. Knudson and children Meyers of Bradenton.

sons of Clinton N. C. Tecumseh, Mich. .Mr and Mrs. CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Beach Wear

PROTHERO APARTMENTS Tom Hale of Wyandotte, Mich... Evers and family of Brandon.
IN A REAL
and Mrs. Judson Edwards of Tampa Burt O'Dell of St. Petersburg. BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:

...Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hudson of ROD&REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hill of Lithia.S. DRUG STORE General Sundries

Oklahoma City. Okla. Stanley Sjostrom and family of Mi- S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.

PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs. ami...Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Deweyand and Mrs. Clayton Stewart and fam-

W. B. Miller of Bartow...Mr. and family of Lakeland...Mr. and ily and Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Mc- Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Mrs. A. Maddox of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. C. M. Mathews and Mr. and Neal of Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs.
BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: Mrs. J. P. Bergeron of Tampa... Peter Cimino and family, Mr. and Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist

Mr. and Mrs. F. Herrington of Or- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams of Sarasota Mrs. Joe Gutierrez, Dr. and Mrs.L. .

lando. ...Mr and Mrs. P. Thornhilland E. Cimino and Mrs. Chester
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. John family Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mercer, all of Tampa...Mrs. J. Sun Fun FashionsGAY

Economon of Muskegon, Mich.. Dunson, Mr. and Mrs. Hagan Par- Williams and party of Gibsonton...
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ackerman of rish and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Pirrone and Mr. ISLAND PRINTS

Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Russell all of Winter Haven. and Mrs. Jimmy Anderson of Bronx,

Domer of Okeechobee...Mrs. Ar- MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Taylorand WITH SPAGHETTI STRAPSby

lene Ritter of Bay City, Mich. and Mrs. Frederick Sasser of Upper family of Conneaut, Ohio...

EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Marlboro Md...Mr and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams of Union

C. M. Nees and daughter Kaye of A. Smith of Lakeland...Mrs. Flor- City, N. J.LAYZLIVN. SHAHEEN Of HONOLULU

Miami.. Mr. and Mrs.DavidGeor- ence Lusk and Mrs. Jeanne Lee of MOTEL: Mr. and

gic of Valencia, Pa...Mr. and Mrs. Tampa..Mrs. Rosemary Ossen- Mrs. C. W. Dyal and family of OTHER SUN DRESSESby

RobertBrannenand family of Lakeland schmidtof Louis, Mo...Mr. and Plant City.. .Bill Gomoun, Ronnie
...Mr. and Mrs. John Bickart Mrs. R. P. Walker of Valrico. Burke and Mary J. Winders of Arl-

and family of Lakeland...Mr. and WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. ington, Va...Mr and Mrs. L. L. Flair

Mrs. B. Gunter and family of Lake- and Mrs. H. W. Wild and family of Cribbs of Davenport. .Mr. and Mrs. "

land...M. McGinnis of Bradenton. Wimauma...Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jack Arnold of Tampa..Mr. and Alix of Miami
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Heath and family of Tampa.. .Mr. Mrs. Robert J. Chewning of Orlando

Mrs. Carl Morris of Indianapolis... and Mrs. Ray Sauls and family of ...Mr. and Mrs. Leon Couison of Gloria Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bowser of Lake- Lakeland. Lakeland...Mrs. C. E. Phillips of

land...Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Le- HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.B. Dover...Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Her-

vanduskiofUnion City N. 1. .Mr. S. Lippert of Key West. .Mr. mann of Morris Plains, N. J...Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Brooks of Haines City and Mrs. M. M. Fulchee of West and Mrs. E. G. Cribbs of Plant City I y a

...Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Baughman Columbia, S. C. ..Mr and Mrs. ...Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sherrer of

of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio...Mr and William C. Norwood of Baltimore, San Antonio, Texas..Mr and
Mrs. C. R. Somerville of Pittsfield, Md...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinsonof Mrs. D. B. Comer of Gibsonton.. Layaway --* *; .x. Phone

Mass. ..Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Parkerof Brooksville...Robert Fletcher of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Champion of Plan a t+R 4 rtst n {omen 778-1161

Ft. Knox, Ky...Mr. and Mrs. L. St. Louis, Mo...Mr. and Mrs. L. Ft. Oglethorpe...Mrs. Lee Uliano

A. Harding of Orlando.. .Mr. and M. Bradley of Tampa..Mr and and party of Bradley..Mr. and iiiii____ ii______ii i
Mrs. J. D. Babcock of Orlando... Mrs. John L. Martin Jr. of Lakeland Mrs. J. T. Mabry of Dover...Mr. -------.-rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.--

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Gromer of ...Ping Alberdi and John King of St. and Mrs. Arthur Gier of Lakeland --_--rrrr------r.- -,rr-rrrrmm. --------- ONLY' .

: Petersburg. ...Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Ray- .= 'rrrrrr. rrrr.mrrr =
UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE mond of North Miami Beach. ------ ---------- PHILCO I
SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and arrr...srrrrrr.=
( PAYMENT REQUIRED) Mrs. Richard Runyan and children of SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr. =--rrrr..rrrr-- irrrrrrrrrr --rr-a- ,
EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 50f West Chester, Ohio.CAPRIBEACHAPARTMENTS. and Mrs. J. H. Barnes of Memphis, =rrr.ar,-irrrrrrr.r .,. = GIVES YOUNOISELESS
Mr. Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. C. Cummins mrrarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.. ==== =
ISLANDER PHOTOS A .. :
an added r- -
vie. to our ad.rs, 5 by 7 .nlarq.m.nt. and Mrs. J. Platz of Lakeland. ((5.. also Page 4) -=============
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN-
DER are available at 1.25 each. Writet Exclusive
THE 7782021.ISLANDER, Anna Maria, or Phone F 0"110' I ..the most-wanted

NOW Consumer Feature
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
TENANCE Mowing edging trimming. AIR CHARGER ]
Floors cleaned and pollened. Window _ _ _
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable rates-references
COMPLETE
aft.r furnished.430.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 Air Conditioning Of Course

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Ser-
vie. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept.
ISLAND TV 778-1703
Frank Beard. 778-1431. '
; .< ART FOAM
WE THANK YOU for your support of .
our Fourth of July Smoked Mullet Sale.
We will be selling delicious Smok.d
Mullet again this Friday July 20th. HOT WEATHER SPECIALS
Fish will be available at the IGA Store
BASKET KITS
and at the Roser Parking Lot. beginning -
at 10 A.M. until..Roser Youth
Fellowship. .i SHORTS--WomenVMenVChildrenV-$1.19 up
WANTED Old fashioned porch swing
squeaks and all. Phone 778-1381..
-FOR-SALE. Bays spring-steel bouncy SWIM SUITS-Womenfi-Men' -aiildreri's--$1.29 upS
steel walker, and wooden play pen.
All for ONLY $8. Call 778-1896.
> SWIM'MASKS-ALL 25% OFF
FOR RENTS One bedroom furnished
air-conditioned apartment on the Gulf,
$75 per month on yearly basis. WalterS. oBs
.Hardin Realty Co.R.altors.775.1010. AIR MATTRESSFOOT$1.88!

FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH Two ,
Duplexes, plus large 2-Bedroom Home P 778-1020 S> BEACH SIZE2.98 A
with one bedroom apartment. Large TOWEL5-iGIANT
screened porch, garage and boatport.On .
3 comer lots only one block to beach TERRY SUN BRAS & HAL TERS--79* & 98*
or to shopping center. Small
Down
Payment -
owner will take mortgage. Call, Protect Your Boat & Motorwith
'778.1 442,or Write SR 5509 Brad. Beach. I
FOR SALE OR RENTS Nic. 2 bedroom
Home on 85th Street. Closed garage 2 ISLAND VARIETY STORE
air conditioners, large patio, nicely
planted lot. Call 778-1530 or 746-0651.

HOME&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 778-1021
While YOU are away-a weekly Check
ing of house for any troubles that might
develop; air hous., and water house
plants. FREE ESTIMATES on any Ad-
ditional Services. Close your house 1/2 PRICE TABLEDISCONTINUED
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN.
Any Refurbishing or Yard Car.
-GUARANTEED CONTRACT
PAT & MAX HUBER ITEMS---
BOX 523 Phone 778-2143
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 i
STUFF FOUND IN INVENTORY
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on
north paint of. Longboat Key, zoned for
Multiple Dwelling. ONLY $'.5001 Walt.r Including
S.Hardin Realty Co, R.altors.778.1010.
ALTERATIONS on kinds of cloth-- KEM-TONE & KEM-GLO PAINTS
in;. Dr.ssmakin Drapes. Mrs. Frank
Beard. Phone 7781431.ANNOUNCEMENTS .
anJutoOwners Dobbe's Inland Hardware
Starting immediately
each PAID-UP Subscriber>> to THE & Marine SupplyIf
ISLANDER is entitled to one four-line FLOATER
Unclassified Ad at no charge each yo.,. it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-
No Strings No Cimmieks -0n. Free.TourL4ae or will it for 771-2811
Area Insurance get you -
Ad for each PAID-UP Sub- Bay
scriber. So Take Advantage of This AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
Offer. 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYPa





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