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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 26, 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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I No. 559 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1962 TEN CENTS





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Islander Authors i .- Chamber Of Commerce Facility J;
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Religious BookAn
To Assist Tourist VisitorsA
Island resident Anton M.

I Christensen, known to many new welcome center and ganizing the project reportedon
Islanders as a physical thera- r tourist information station on its progress. He said a

pist, recently has become an the Island is scheduled to start well built office building which .. ,
r author. operation October 1. The fac- cost nearly $5,000 only a few
'4 His first book, "The United ility will be located on the months ago could be purchasedfrom

I States in Bible Prophecy,"has r north side of the Island approach the Flamingo Cay sub-

been published by Exposition w to the Anna Maria division for $1,500, and esti-

Press Inc. of New York City. .:...a..e. Bridge at the intersection of mated the entire cost of the initial -

1 It deals primarily with the 4 .. .. !.. State Routes 64 and 789. installation at around
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Bibical Book of Revelation, .-..... .t!! ... Sponsored by the Island Div- $2,500. Operation of the center
and its editors have this to say: .'.....:'" -_..:'. ... .- : <..... "' ......,.c-.a. ---- ..",.'f".._..... -'::' .' ision of the Manatee County for the first three months will
"Anton Christensen definit- : ::- # ,, .. -'"" '''' Chamber of Commerce, the cost an estimated $1,000.

ively and convincingly devel- --.vi ;c initial financing of the center Permission to use the site

ops the thesis of this book-- ,., .. will be by subscriptions of has been granted byDanCameron -
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that Revelation clearly pro- 1. "".zo- local business firms.At of Wilmington, N. C.,
phesies the fate of both the a meeting of the local owner of the property.

United States and the TO BE NEW ISLAND WELCOME CENTER. (Islander Photo) chamber Thursday evening More than $800 in subscrip-
U.S.S.R." Francis A. Chilson chairmanof tions already has been collec-

"I believe," Christensen the committee which is or- ted, in addition to which,
writes, "that not only is the Mosquito Fund Dr.AlidaDegelerEDITOR'S pledges for several hundred

United States mentioned in the Contributors Surf FishingFor dollars have been received.
NOTE
Book of Revelation but that : Through the Other members of the com-
the rise and fall of our nation Contributors last week to the kind assistance of parttime Islander the touristfishermanand mittee are Frances LivIng-

and much of its history in regard AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund were Gilbert P. Moore of Dal- the native expert alike ston, John Beckett Bob Reinel -
to the role we play todayin Morton L., Clark, Myron G. las, Texas, we have obtainedthe there is a great deal of chal- Tom Edwards and Jack
world politics is foretold in Becker, Nomad Motel and N. following additional information lenging sport to be had in"surf Marshall.

I Bible prophecy. I also believe B. Wilkes. about Dr. Alida Dege- fishing along the Gulf beaches.

that other world powers, such The fund has now reached a ler, who died on July 10. And as family recreation, a Beach Commission
# as the United Nations and the total of $1,207.50, but officersof day on the beach centered
; the Dr. Alida Degeler 77, a around surf is hard to MeetingAt I
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics sponsoring organization winter resident of the Island fishing
are mentioned in Bi- the Island Chamber of a meeting of the County !
4 ble.prophecy, and that the role Commerce, remind all contributors for ten years, died of a' heart top.By use of..the proper: tackle Park, Beach and Recreation J
attack on Tuesday, July 10, at
they play Is clearly defined." that any oversubscription technique and equipment,even Commission Tuesday morn- '
Waukesha Memorial
\- The author gives cogent ans- will be carried over Hospital, the most Inexperienced ama- ing, Chairman M. B. Mickey .
Waukesha Wis.
wers to the following questions until next year, when it will be teur angler can amaze him- Harrison told County Com- 1
had the
She been at
a patient
: Is the United States used for the same purpose self at his success. It's perfectfor mission members all mem-
for three weeks hav-
I" heading for a third World War? larviciding on the entire Is- hospital those who want minimumof bers of the Park Commission '
fall
suffered in
ing injuries a
land. preparation and a maximumof were unanimous in
What is the future of the UnitANTON her home. The fall opposing I
Persons who wish to contri- near occurred pleasure and results. installation of a groin of any
while she
bute to the fund and who have was walkingher But don't be misled. Effect- sort in the center of the County I
not yet done so are asked to dog. The pet lunged at his ive surf fishing, like other Beach.

make checks payable to the leash, causing her to lose her types of fishing, requires skill Harrison and other membersof

AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund, and balance and fall. and knowledge. his group said they favoreda
J send or give them to C. E. Hospital authorities said she Perhaps the first question is groin which would be con-

.v r w Brewer at the Island Bank. received a minor leg fractureand what type of rod to use. Although sidered as the first step toward -
had been recuperating sat- casting rods, fly rods installation of a long
.
isfactorily.Born and even deep-sea poles are fishing pier in the Gulf, pos-
Mrs. in East
Katherine Prussia the adequate by far the best rod sibly with a fish-drop or art-

KermodeMrs. daughter of a Baptist minis- for surf fishing is light spin- ificial reef near its end to improve -

ter, Miss Degeler attended ning rod with whip-like action. fishing at that pointy.
Katherine Margaret: the German-English academy Lines of 3 to 10 pound test are About the purchase by the '
Kermode 81 of Elm Avenue in Milwaukee and receivedher
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usually sufficient. Since most County of the south end of the
1r Anna Maria, died Thursday, bachelors, masters and
Island, Harrison said neitherhe
July 19, at the home of her doctors degrees from the Un- (Continued on Page 5)
nor any member of his
daughter Mrs. Fenella Cos- iversity of Wisconsin between I
commission had been informed -
sairt of Lakeland.Mrs. 1911 and 1918. She also did Huth-Pieck i
of it in advance, and asked '
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Kermode was a nativeof graduate work at Columbia for
clarification
of details of
M. CHRISTENSENed Peel, Isle of Man, Great University, the University of WeddingDr. procedure.He .
Britain, and moved to the Island Chicago, and at Grenoble University -
and Mrs. Virgil H. Pieck was assured by County
States, the Soviet Union,I 18 years ago from Cleve- in Madrid.Dr. announce the marriage of their Commission Chairman Mike
the United Nations in world l l land, Ohio. She had been a visItor Degeler taught at the Un- daughter Penny to Daniel Klemmer and Commissioner I
politics? Is the Catholic: to the Island for more than iversity of Wisconsin and Tom
Frederick Huth, son of Dr. .. Slaughter that the Beach
Church involved world poli 40 years, having started com- Washington University and in and Mrs. Edgar Huth of 66th Commission was the logical
tics? What is the destiny of f: ing here before the old wooden 1922 started teaching at Car-
Street 22 to and J
Sunday, July at agency plan carry out
that Church? Is it doomed? (Continued on Page'3) (Continued on Page 6)MISS ) Westminster Chapel on the development of the beach with ....
(Continued on Page 3)) campus of the University of the assistance and cooperation I

t i y C.. t I'R%cS Miami at Coral Gables. of the County planning depart-

Midget League FT 4 r ?xS z tlf After a wedding trip to Jam- ment.
aica the couple will reside at
Playoff GameA 2614 Lincoln Avenue, Coconut THE ISLANDER is now
Grove. Attending the bride and on sale in Bradenton at

championship play- groom were Islanders John Sharp's Drug Store in

off game in the Island i'i and Betty Lou Huth, brother the Professional Build-
Midget Baseball League and sister-in-law of the ing at Manatee Avenue
which was to have been groom. and 11th Street West.

played at the Youth Cen- _
ter field was rained out

last Friday, and will be ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
played at 7 p.m.Friday, ,1-p

July 27.Tickets. Temperatures Water Rainfall

for the game Sam Noon
'1 6pm High
are now on sale at 50 J
cents each, with the hol- July 17--84 92 90 92 88 None

der of each ticket entit- July 18--86 92 90 92 89 None

led to a free hot dog anda Cv July 19--86 92 88 92 89 None

Coke. Proceeds from MANATEE COUNTY (left), Miss Judy Warner of Bradenton, at the July 20--78 82 84 84 88 .3
the event will be used for Holm.* Beach Yacht Club Saturday, when she received scholarship July 21--84 93 88 93 88 None

the league's uniform check from Papal Cola Co.'. area manager Coy Austin of Bradenton, July 22--86 93 88 93 87 None. .
# fund. YALL COME! (center), as retired Miss Manatee, Islander Janice Carlson looks on. July. 23--86 93 88 93 88 None
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EDITORS NOTE: The following guest editorial was written by Edward of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Webb of tl 1 '"

Bodin of Lily Dale, N. Y. for the Fredonia Censor of Fredonia, N. Y. Anna Maria. (Photo by Al Birkman) il' ,

1\ The subject is one on which we have had long discussions with a good a 2 :

friend, and which lends itself well to bringing out and dusting off for The Last Raysafter itJ' :' 'I.1
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:, further discussion from time to time.A tHo roH ; '
summer sun
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has gone, only the pastel "J-, : L
few days ago an elderly man was sitting on a bench in remnants of its rays

I Fredonia's Barker Common, the oldest park in Chautauqua remain to paint splashesof :P',' :f't _' I
County, which was donated by Hezekiah Barker when Abra- dusktangerinepinkacross -
ham Lincoln was 16 years old and the Fredonia Censor was :, -
the clouds and sky,
four years old. The man was holding a copy of the Censor,
like heavy brush strokeson
having just read about a newspaper in Jamestown forced to
oil
an canvas
fold. I
and the world awaits,
I He turned to a companion and asked: "Do you think radio serene, dim, and silent, -'

and television will replace the newspaper some day?" The the evening surrenderof ..,, a '
companion replied: "It might happen--when the newspaper the tired soul ,4 '..I'k

becomes more or less just a yellow page directory." and the burning sunlightto o. '

But the real answer is "No". The newspaper is an essential peace and a cool night.
food for everyone who can read and write, because the --Steve deWolf
newspaper has the advantage of a natural law of attention and
retention. Sound doesn't have the lasting properties of sight; 4 f tIC

and even when accompanied by momentary sight on television, ,
it doesn't linger as does the impression of the printed word. t '
You can't review what you hear and see on the flash of air-
waves. But you CAN review and even memorize the printed
word you read or which you might keep in your scrapbook for

frequent reference. + .

To a certain degree, most people are slow and rather lazy
when it comes to concentration. :They need plenty of time for
information to sink in, and to learn the details for study and C +
recollection. You have to be super-alert, with almost a photo-
graphic memory, to digest a news report on radio or tele- i M p Jt.- 1 4'I I
vision which seldom offers more than an aperitive food for

thought; for it is not a solid meal, like a newspaper can give
you. And there can be no healthy nourishment for the mind of
America by consuming just aperitive courses. Americanswill PHOTO MISCELLANY: Top picture--Marvin Kline (right)
always be good eaters--and they will continue to be good awarding savings bonds and trophies to winner Dale Carlson '
newspaper readers; for a newspaper serves substantial food in model plane contest sponsored by Charters, Inc., The Islander {
for thought--not just appetizers and desserts. and Island Hobby Shop. Center, visitors to Islander
office. Facing camera are, left to right, Miss Lillian Hassof i
Abraham Lincoln was reported as saying that in St. Peter's and Jean and Dex
Qtf1 Chicago, a recent visitor to the Island,
Waiting Room, good souls will sit and read the Bible, -- f1 Jones of the Island and Hill 69, West Virginia. Bottom pic-
good books and the weekly newspaper to keep their minds off -- ture is an informal one of Island contractor, Lucky Louie

of Hell's circus fireworks going on outside, trying attract Barolo (center), with helpers Lloyd Albert left, and Ralph \
patrons. Wouldn't Lincoln love to sit in Barker Common, across Not all De Soto's landings are tri um- Williams. (Islander Photos) ,\
the street from the Barker Library, and just a short phant. Louis Thomas in, this year's
block from The Fredonia Censor? Hemando on casual boating tripWC&lUAUC t
C"'llf'" ''. ''''II'' afternoon, was: nh1fop,1 t"n..
y WAAKW** frV ,.. ", ..... ,.. .: .Jnr-'rI.'V-!
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES make his landfall at the Bayou Mar- ,
ina at the end of a tow line. (Islan-
JULY --HIGH- -LOW26 -
der Photo)
Thur. 7109 a.m. 2.0 10:42 p.m. 1.0 12101 a.m. 0.8 21..1 p.m.0.1 I
27 Fr'' 8aOl a.m. 2.1 11152 p.m. 1.1 12a51 a.m. 0.9 3aC p.m.0.2
28 Sat. 8,52 a.m. 2.1 -------- 11..2 a.m. 1.0 .35 p.m.0.3 Never The HeartI J
29 Sun. 121..2 a.m. 1.1 91.-0 a.m. 2.2 213. a.m. 1.0 Sa19 p.m.0. ,- ,1pckY
have heard the wind'sSong
30 Mori. 1120 a.m. 1.1 10.25 a.m. 2.2 3.23 a.m. 1.0 5.55 p.m.0.3 'i_ 3J1 j j :
31 Tue. 1&46 a.m. 1.0 11107 a.m. 2.2 :09 a.m. 0.9 6128 p.m.0.3 in the dark pines, (

t AUGUST Their murmur steady ..
1 Weel. 1,56 a.m. 1.0 111" a.m. 2.2 .53 a.m. 0.8 6158 p.m.0.2 Against the sea's roar. i '
A 2 Thur. 1156 a.m. 1.0 12128 p.m. 2.1 5139 a.m. 0.8 7126 p.m.0.1 1
3 Fri. 2.07 a.m. 1.1 h08 p.m. 2.0 6.26 a.m. 0.7 7:55 p.m. 0.0 I have seen the palms 1J
I 4 Sat. 2129 a.m. 1.2 1152 p.m. 1.9 7116 a.m. 0.6 8127 p.m. 0.1 J
Bent down in the rain
i 5 Sun. 2158 a.m. 1.3 2.39 p.m. 1.7 8111 a.m. 0.6 8159 p.m. 0.3 I IK
6 Mon. 3131 a.m. 1." 3133 p.m. 1.5 9111 a.m. 0.5 91U p.m. 0." And the red glowing sun :
71 Tue. 4s09 a.m. 1.5 138 p.m. 1.3 10s17 a.m. 0." 10112 p.m. 0.6 Sinking into the horizon. t .j jf
8 Wed. 152 a.m. 1.6 Sa59 p.m. 1.1 1h29 a.m. 0." 10:53 p.m. 0.8
I 9 Thur. 51.-0 a.m. 1.7 71u p.m. 1.0 121..5 p.m. 0.2 11137 p.m. 0.9 I have felt the sand,
10 Fri. 6131 a.m. 1.8 10122 p.m. 1.0 h56 p.m. 0.1 ----- And the warm salt water
11 Sat. 7,25 a.m. 1.9 11a31 p.m. 1.1 12128 a.m. 0.9 3100 p.m.0.1 like diamonds
12 Sun. 8119 a.m. 2.1 --- ------------ h23 a.m. 1.0 31s.4 p.m.0.3 Glistening n .
13 Mon. 12al0 a.m. 1.1 9112 a.m. 2.2 2117 a.m. 1.0 4:41 p.m.0. Wash over me and sting.

14 Tu.. 12a32 a.m. l.l, 10102 a.m. 2.3 3110 a.m. 1.0 5:23 p.m.0.." : v.* : ---- t
15 Weel. 1210 a.m. 1.1 10152 a.m. 2." :02 a.m. 0.9 6102 p.m.D.." I have smelled the breeze -, 1
16 Thur. 12158 a.m. 1.1 1h..1 a.m. 2.3 155 a.m. 0.8 6139 p.m.0.3 Scented by seaweed and salt
I 17 Fri. 1,20 a.m. 1.2 12132 p.m. 2.2 5150 a.m. 0.6 7,15 p.m.0.2 On the moon-drenched beach
11 Sat. 1..7 a.m. 1.3 1.25 p.m. 2.0 61..7 a.m. 0.5 7..9 p.m. 0.1 Lies tinted with silver. I
'19 Sun. 2111 a.m. 1.5 2123 p.m. 1.8 71" a.m. 0." 8.25 p.m. 0.3 d
1 20 Mon. 2150C a.m. 1.6 3.28 p.m. 1.5 8155 a.m. 0.3 ,9101 p.m. 0.5 w..v-
21 Tue. 313. a.m. 1.7 "IG p.m. 1.2 10.08 a.m. 0.2 9139'p.m. 0.7 These things I have known
: 22 Wed. 4123 a.m. 1.8 6,59 p.m. 1.0 11,31 a.m. 0.1 10U p.m. 0.9' That are chains on my soul. f d
23 Thur. Sa22 a.m. 1.9 '9.39 p.m. 1.1 1100 p.m. 0.0 11.23 p.m. 1.0 If my feet leave the Island, ,
U frl. 6,29 a.m. 1.9 10:44 p.m. 1.1 2a21 p.m.0.1 .- -- ---- My heart and mind never can. The seventh annual family picnic of the Manatee County I
25 Sat. 7.39 a.m. 1.9 11.23 p.m. 1.2 12a35 a.m. 1.0 3126 p.m.0.1 --Steve deWolf Shrine Club took place Saturday afternoon at the Anna Maria
26 Sun. 81..5 a.m. 2.0 11.55 p.m. 1.2 17 a.m. 1.0 4x15 p.m.0.2 Bay Park. More than 300 Shriners, families and guests enjoyed -
27 Mon. 9..co a... 2.0 2x46 a.m. 1.0 .55 p.m.0.2 a barbecue, games and water sports. In above picture \I
21 Tve. 12&16 a.m. 1.2 10.26 a.m. 2.1 3135 a.m. 0.8 5127 p.m.0.1
club president, John Peacock of Bradenton is eating a slice
29 Weel. 12126 a.m. 1.1 11107 a.m. 2.1 118 a.m. 0.7 5153 p.m. 0.0 ,
0.1 of watermelon and contemplating an ear of sweet corn with ,
30 Thur. 12129 a.m. 1.2 111..5 a.m. 2.0 458 a.m. 0.6 6118 p.m. ,
31 frl. 12131 a.m. 1.2 12122 p.m. 2.0 5137 a.m. 0.5 61Q p.m. 0.2 growing doubt about his ability to consume any more. Stand- '
For Corteaond Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide r.adinas. r ing, left to right, are Frank Green, Frank Burkard and John s
and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.r3a Breese. (Bill Stewart Photo



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REPUBLICANS AT A PICNIC. Prominent members of the about something, and County Sheriff Ken Gross. At left, top, ;
County G.. O. P. at last week's picnic at the Manatee County Mrs. Mable Davis, County Supervisor of Registration;pretty
Beach'sponsored by the Manatee County Young Republicans. Mrs. Kenneth Cleary, wife of the County Attorney,and at bot-
Top, 1 tor,Jack Warner,president of the Young Republicans; tom, Curtis Hughes, Republican candidate for County School
County Commissioner and Mrs. Earl Bibey County Commis- Board from District 1. (Islander Photos)
sion Chairman and Mrs. Mike Klemmer, who look disturbed
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ISLANDER AUTHORS... 'The Revelation of Jesus Anton M. Christensen was Bowling League 1
(Continued from Page 1)) Christ, which God gave him to born in Denmark, and was in
Interviewed this week about show to his servants what must his thirties when he came to MeetingOfficers .
his work, Christensen offered soon take place; and he made it the United States. Now 76 and of the Island Bowl-
the following comment, Inclu- known by sending his angel to retired, he moved to Anna ing League were reelectedat
ding the quote from the Book of his servant John, who bore Maria Island in 1957. Before the league's annual meet-
Revelation: "The last book of witness to the word of God and coming here he was physical ing Thursday evening. They
the Bible is truly a Revelation.It to the testimony of Jesus therapist for many years at are Tom Edwards, president;
is not, as many think,a my- Christ, even to all that he saw. one of the largest hospitals in Lloyd Hanson, vice president,
sterious book, that cannot be Blessed is he who reads aloud Pittsburgh. and Norman Johnston, secretary -
C understood. Let us take our the words of the prophecy,and Although baptized in the Lu- .
Bible, and together read the blessed are those who hear, theran Church, Dr. Christensen The league season will openat
first chapter of the Book of and who keep what is written today is not a member of Cortez Lanes September 7,

,. n. :x (. Revelation, and the first three therein; for the time is near.' any religious group.He counts with the following*teams com-
i. verses. "God has promised a special himself as a member of the peting: The Islander, Tropical
I : KATHERINE blessing upon he who reads, "invisible Church of God." Vista, Pete Reynard's Res-
MRS. ( KERMODE...
(Continued from and upon those who hear the Christensen's book is avail- taurant, Dick Wagner Realty,
Page 1))
words of this prophecy, and able, at $3 per copy, from the Island Marine Supply, Bay
bridge to the Island was built keep what is written therein. publisher Exposition Press Area Insurance, VanOsten-
in 1921. Reader, do you want to parti- Inc., 386 Park Avenue South, bridge Builders, Schuchard
She was a member of Roser cipate in those blessings? New York 16, N. Y., or from Plumbing, Anna Maria Elec-
Memorial Community Churchof When Jesus Christ was here on the author, Anton M. Christ- tric, Gray's Econowash and
Anna Maria, the Roser earth, he forewarned his followers ensen, Box 707, Anna Maria. City Pier-Beachcomber.
Guild, the Readers' Club, anda to watch for coming
r charter life member of the perils when Jerusalem was to
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Anna Maria Island Woman's be destroyed. Read St. Mat-

Club. thew, 24: 15-20. The Gulf Park FOR
Survivors besides her "Today we are forewarned All-Modern MOBILE HOMES

daughter, are a son, William against greater troubles and Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers to 53'
R. Kermode of Holmes Beach, destructions, and there is but I up
Recreation Hall ShuHleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
I two brothers, George H. one way to escape. Read St. i
Moore of Peel, England and Luke, 21, in verse 28, we .
Philip H. Moore of Johannesburg read, 'Now when these things ;
South Africa, four begin to take place, look up Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. 1
grandchildren, and two great- and raise your heads,because
F grandchildren. your redemption is drawingnear. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Funeral services took placeat .' JJFulford
Roser Memorial Community Established 1908A I

Church Saturday forenoon,
with the Rev. Richard K. Wig- PalmsfOCONUT Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
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gins, pastor of the church,of-
}; ficiating. Burial at Palmetto 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431

.t Cemetery. Pallbearers were BRADENTON
Hugh Holmes, John E.HolmesJr.
., Don Mellin, Ernest Cag-
nina, Francis Welsch and Hil-
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Wednesday, July 11: Tommy I

I ."" L t 6ov : z ri, IIwr pound Ballard grouper, Bradenton; Peter, McClainof 14 3/4 }"t .t

Toronto, Ont., Tom Wendtof
F kidSnook i ... Hillside, Ill, and R.E.Mc-
Cranie Jr. of Bradenton tied FT iar
U with each landing a 14 pounder
U 4 Thursday, July 12: Howard
fishermen have been t t 1. % fi ti J Smith, Newton, Iowa, 26 pound
having a real ball in recent Lt'j'L grouper; Roy Routh of Brad-
days, with several good sized If is 1 enton and Christina Schmei- .I
specimens having been caughtat chel of Cohoes, N. Y. tied for
each of the fishing piers. At second, with each catching a .
the Anna Maria City. Pier, 16 pound red grouper.
Jimmy Schambers of Anna r z Friday, July 13 was not an
Maria landed two large ones, 1 unlucky day for the passen- .e ,
Jimmy Gerling of Oneco, a A AS gers aboard the ADMIRAL.
couple of good ones, and Dale Top catches were as follows:
Douglas of Bradenton, two big Ralph Gould, Columbus, Ohio, i
ones. f 28 pound grouper; Bob Beeh-
Up the road, at the Rod & 0. C. Brewer of Bradenton with 230 ler, Bradenton Beach, 20 lb.
Reel Pier, Old Pro Hank Bau- pound iewflsh. (Islander Photo) grouper, and James Peaby, HANK BAUGHMAN with 8, 10, 12
ghman of Bradenton, the fish- North Augusta, Ga., 17 pound and 13 pound snook caught Mondayat
ermen's fisherman, caught a and the second, a solid 230. grouper. Rod&Reel Pier. (Islander Photo)

string of four Monday which Saturday, July 14: Tommy
Ala. and Butch
Huntsville
and 13 One of the ways in which we 18 red ,
weighed 8,10,12 pounds. Tyre, Tampa, pound
",..t ti V lr.Vi made him the tnn would n____ like_____ to_- _see-- _some_____ of-- the---- grouper, and Layton Smith, Sykes, Bristol, Va., tied for
dllVA VTtlAVii 11X11* \\jysnook
fisherman of the week. various Island fishing piers Tampa, and Edwin Holly of third with each catching an 11 TWELVE pound snook caught by 16
Ricky Smith of Cranston,R. I. and marinas improve their Bartow, were tied with iden- pounder. yr.old Ricky Smith. (Islander Photo)
Thursday, July 19: A three
services to their and
his first snook at the patrons tical 17 pound
caught grouper. tie for first,with 12 pound Mrs. J. A.Carter, pounder.
in a which would benefit way
few which way Last week, the charter boats
pier a days ago, one
being caught by Rob- Saturday, July 21: L. S. Mc-
each grouper
weighed 12 pounds, and another themselves, is to have made shorter trips, with all
ert Helbert and Elizabeth Call, Bowling Green, 18 pound
which weighed 4 3/4. Six- of them build a place where the making good
passengers Buckley, both of Indianapolis, A.L.Rabinette, Bra-
good catches could be exhibited grouper;
leave of
old Rick had to catches althoughthe
teen grouper
year
and Charles McGraw of Rus- denton, 12 pound grouper, and
well for the photographer.This .
for home Wednesday, but re- fish ran smaller than the
kin and followed closely by C. Acker an 111/2
luctantly. Since his first two is an idea we have been catches made further away in E. Tampa,
snook, he landed another which trying to get across to each deeper water. Sunday, July Gabe Schickling of Ruskin, who pounder.
landed a grouper weighing 11 Sunday, R. L. Clay, Plant
of
weighed 9 3/4. He said hedidn't themunsuccessfullysoperhaps 15, the top catches were as
pounds. City, 15 1/2 pound grouper;
fishermen who
catch you follows: Harold Hob good,
want to try to any-
Friday, July 20: Rev. FredT Frank Durham, Frostproof, a
else. read this bit, and who like to Claude Davidson and Harry
thing Miller,Cedar Rapids,Iowa, 14 pounder, and Robert Mc-
have a photographic record of
Zeimis of Tampa, Worcel, all of Bradenton, lan-
Greg
28 pound jewfish J.A.Carter, Kenster, Bradenton, 11 pound
of better catches ;
some ,
a weekender, caught a 9 1/4 your ded 12 1/2, 11 and 10 1/2
pounder at the pier;Joe Marikof might be able to put a little pound grouper respectively. Tampa, 18 pound grouper, and grouper.
Ruskin, a nice 21/2 pound pressure on some of the op- Monday, July 16: Dalton

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Holmes Beach, some nice pound bonita; Omar Eaton,
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na Maria, two goodsizedsnook two ADMIRALS in the past two'ley, Indianapolis, tied, each include: /1:} '
; Stan Sjostrom of Miamia weeks. Monday, July 9: Ned catching an 11 3/4 pound black EFFICIENCIES _>0 ; -
large one, and Major Bill Wise, Chicago, a 14 pound grouper. BEDROOMS and APARTMENTSSURF ,O i
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Bayou Marina Saturday, on grouper; Cecil Smith, Winter Vickers, Paintsville, Ky.,
their cruiser RAINBOW'SEND Garden, 21 1/2 pounder, and 14 1/4 pound grouper; Kay
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I), LEGAL NOTICES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Washington, D. C. They will come SURF FISHING... with a hand net. This may look
(Set oo Pope t) back to the Island early in September. (Continued from Page 1)) spectacular in the northern

I NOTICE TO CREDITORS de r d a l e.. .Mr and Mrs. Richard trout streams, but in the Gulf
To All Creditors, Logatoos, Di.ti-ibu- and Mr. and Mrs. of the fish to be caught are gen- it's difficult and impractical.
t tes and All Persons having Claims or Munday Ralph G. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daher and erally not large by salt water
Osmonds against the Estate of ALFREDC. Wailer of Lakeland.. .Fred Ryder of Bring the fish out of the water
PRIESTdsesassdi family of Palm Drive left this week standards, the limber rod and
and the beach. Then
Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Leon onto you
You and each of you, are hereby notified for Ann Arbor, Mich where they light line provide a more spor- know you've him.
and required to file any claim. anddemands Rice qf Swannanoa, N. C. got
will make their home. ting contest between the hook-
have
They Surf be done
which you, or .ith.r of you, LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and fishing can any-
may have against the estate of ALFREDC. : lived on the Island for the past three ed fish and the fisherman.The time. But the best times are in
PRIEST, deceased, late of Itanateo Mrs. Robert M. Wilson and familyof rig for surf fishing is
County, Florida, with the Honorable years. the early morning or eveningand
Robert A. Rickey, County Judge of Itan Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. J. M. S simple. A foot long wire or when the tide is high.
atee County, Florida, at his office in Milory and Jennie of Gastonia, N. Jeff Monroy of Topsfield, Mass.is nylon leader, two swivels, a Surf fishermen land
the Court House of said County, within C. ..Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and visiting his grandparents Dr. and numer-
Eaton lead
six cal.ndar months of the first publication 1/4 or 3/8 ounce weight ous species of fish. The most
of this notice family of Tulsa, Okla. ..Mr. and Mrs. William Gray of Key Royale. between the two swivels, anda commonly caught is the whit-

Date 1962.of first publication July 12, A.D. Mrs. C. L. Babry of Plant City... Drive, Holmes. Beach.. #1/0 hook. Too complicated? ing, a silver scaled fish which

LOLA if. PRIESTAdmini.tratris Mr. and Mrs. C. Dunford of Plant Well, these rigs can be pur- puts up a gallant fight in the
It of the Estate of City...Mr and Mrs. C. W. Dyal Murray Heckert, resident manager chased ready made at any water and is good eating when
ALFRED C. PRIEST, Deceased
oftheS. S. White Sands Motel, has
Schultz and Cleary and family of Plant City...Mr. and hardware store, fishing pier, freshly cooked and served with
Attorneys at Law returned from Sterling, Ill. wherehe or sporting goods store fora
417 Twelfth Street West Mrs. G. W. Burkett Plant City.. slices of lemon or lime. Other
attended the funeral of his
Bradenton, Florida Mrs. W. Thompson and party of mo minimum cost. fish which are commonlycaught

7-12. 19. 26,1-2. '62 Belle W. Va.. .Mr and Mrs. Mayo ther. The type of lure or bait depends in the surf are ladyfish,
the
fisherman. Arti-
Snow and family of Perry...Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Max Huber of Anna on dogfish, trout, yellow jacks,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND ficial lures, such as plugs,
and if
J and Mrs. R. L. Matthews and fam- Maria have returned to the Island you're lucky, an occas-
FOR MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN spoons, and feathers are
ily of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. Char- ional mackerel or redfish. All
after
CHANCERY CASE NO. 10,491IN spending several weeks in sometimes effective, some-
of which
REl Petition of V.47 les E. Fleming and family of Clear Stowe, Vt. times worthless. The old reliable provide good sport.
MILTON EARL HARDIN and Fish which can't be eaten are
Lake Iowa...Mr. Mrs. FrankM. is live bait--shrimp
and JEWEL ELIZABETH HARDIN useful nevertheless. Planted
David Miller of Mr. and Mrs.
son
Palka and family of Gainesville shiners and crab meat.
NOTICE ADOPTION PROCEEDINGSTHE under palms and other shrub-
STATE OF FLORIDATO ...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gier and Lefty Miller of Bradenton Beach, is For the economy minded
make excellent fer-
bery they
Sgt. Eaton Gordon Drigavrs, RA- family of Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. spending several weeks in Toledo, fisherman, sand fleas are tilizer.

14378843 Battalion Battery, B Fort 321st Campbell Field Artillery Owen F. Oliver and family of Wells Ohio. ideal, and,probably the best Surf fishing is extremely
*
Kentucky.You burg, W. Va...K. G. Morning of and of surf fishing bait of all. These popular the
notify that Mr. Mrs. Tom Costanzo during summer,
are hereby MILTON
Bradenton.. .Mr. and Mrs. RobertM. gray, hard shelled animals can
EARL HARDIN and JEWEL ELIZABETH Queens, N. Y. are visiting Mr. and judging from the number of
HARDIN of Manatee County,.Florida Eddy and family of Philadelphia be found burrowed into the
have filed a Petition and Amended Petition Mrs. Tony Velazquez of Palmetto fishermen seen every day a-
sand a few feet into the surf.
.. and
.Mr. Mrs. DeWitt Green and
to adopt a female child born on Jun. Avenue. long Anna Maria's Gulfside
2.. 1957 and who was given th. name at family of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. e Caught and kept in container beaches. Which true
birth of "Baby Woods". You are furthernotified with proves
that your answer to said Petition Louis Gill of Plant City. ..Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ward B. Cole of plenty of sand and water, what the English philosopherand
and Amended Petition must be filed Mrs. Frank Hannah and family of Jamaica, L. I. N. Y. have been they will live as long as they angler Izaak Walton once
with the above and are needed.
styled Court
served upon P.tit Ion e r.' attorneys a copy, Miami...Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haw- vacationing at the Cole Apartments Once the tackle is and said: .
Goodrich and Hampton Suite 23, Perrine kins of Mulberry...Susan M. Tyler in Anna Maria. Mrs. Cole is a sis- rigged "Oh, the gallant fisher's life!
Plaza Building,Bradenton, Florida on or the bait ready,all that remainsis
before August 24, 1962, and that unless and Elaine Owen of Palmetto...Mr. ter of Mrs. Sam Adams. for the fisherman to wade It is the best of any;
you enter your appearance on or before and Mrs. T. K. Waller of Fort S 'Tis full of pleasure, void of
said date you will b. deemed to hay.cona.nt.d Mr. and Mrs. John VanOstenbridgeof out confidently into the water
to the granting of the adoption Meade.. .Mrs. C. Hughes of Oneco and have strife.And ,
a fling at it. It's
as
\, pray.d for in th. Petition on file in said ...Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Carson Jr. Hawthorne, N. J. are spending a that. 'tis beloved by many."
simple as
,I proceedings.Witness my hand and seal of said and family of Atlanta. ..Mr: aid three week vacation at the Cole One thing must be remem- Surf fishing, that is. Why not

Court on the 20th day of July, 1962. Mrs. Frederick D. Wyatt and/Jon Apartments. bered about surf fishing. Don't give it a try?
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Elaine Snyd.rSEAL Bray of Tampa. ..Mr. and ifrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fleisher of try to land the fish in the water By Steve deWolf

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!"6_ THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 26. 1962

' Island Organist Roser SpeakerDr. DR. ALIDA DEGELER... tion, and was a member of the
I' CHURCHES
(Continued from Page 1) Waukesha Women's Club, the
, HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Attends Music Thomas Liggett, presi- roll College in Waukesha, Ideal Club and the American
(NoI.DellOlllitio1)) dent of the Evangelical Semi- where she taught French and Association of University Wo-

REV.Bradenton A. W. Beach SIMMS ConferenceMrs. nary of Puerto Rico,will be the Spanish for 30 years,until her men. She also was prominentin
William Hochstetler guest speaker at Roser Mem- retirement in 1952 as professor foreign language teachers'
SUNDAY: organist at the Island's Epis- orial Community Church on emeritus of French. Dur- associations.She .
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. copal Church of The Annun- Sunday, July 29. Dr. Liggett ing her years at Carroll, Dr. also was a member of
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. ciation, last week attended the served as a missionary of the Degeler was dean of women Roser Memorial Community

twelfth annual Fourth (Sewanee Christian Church to Argentinafor and head of the foreign lang- Church of Anna Maria, and
BERNARD MISSION ) Province Church Music 11 years before assuming uage department. had been active in the Island
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F.-WELSMILLIR: Conference held at DuBose his present position.The Almost every summer between Players and other local or-

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Conference Center, Montea- Evangelical Seminary in 1919 and the beginningof ganizations.She .
WEEKDAYS: 8:00.a.m.. gle, Tenn.A Puerto Rico is interdenomi- World War II, she conducted is
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. total of 71 organists and national, and is the official trips to Europe with studentsand William survived Buesch of by Milwaukee a brother,
WEDNESDAYS: choir directors from 16 states theological school for the Me- other travelers. After the ,
sister
a Mrs. Ella
Bennewitzof
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. attended the conference,which thodist Church, The United war she made several trips to West Allis, Wis., and a

was sponsored by the Rt.Rev. Presbyterian Church, The South America and Mexico, niece, Alida J. Sauter of Bir-
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL John Vander Horst, D. D., Evangelical United Brethren and lectured widely on her Mich.
REv. LEE RATUFF. Pastor Bishop of Tennessee. Mem- Church, The American Baptist travels. mingham Funeral, services
I were heldin
FRIDAY: bers of the faculty at the con- Convention, The Disciples of She was a life member of the Waukesha
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High RecreationHour. ference were prominent organists Christ and the United Churchof National Education Associa- Friday, July 13,
with the Rev. M.
Bahr
Dwight ,
and choir directorsof Christ, all of which have
SUNDAY: work in Puerto Rico. which he will speak, Dr. Lig pastor of the Waukesha First
School. various parts of the country. will lead informal dis- Baptist Church
8:45 a.m. Sunday gett an officiating.
Hochstetler's Immediately following the 9a.m. '
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. Mrs. interestin :'cussion, to be held in the Sanctuary Burial was at Union Cemetery -
the conferencewas Worship Service, at
attending
5:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. at 10 a.m. Milwaukee.
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. because she is going to
TUESDAY: assume the duties of choir
7:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. director at the Church of The
WEDNESDAY: Annunciation.
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THURSDAY: Sorority, enjoyed a pool 1 1 '
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DAILY FROM, EXCEPT BRADENTON SUNDAY OKY ,Thif'1 JUST CHECK YOUR NUMBER. -//- & .r I

.5. One Way, 80* Round Trip f
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE
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FOR GRAMMAR & HIGH
; FRIGIDAIRE ALL .
SCHOOL STUDENTS-50 RT
: Porcelain 14 cu. ft.
financing to boost
PICK UP SCHEDULE NOWI : FROST-PROOFS you
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Refrigerator-Freezer into ownershipSAVE
Island Repair &
% : cOUP ARE AT $449.95
at this specialized savings and loan associationand
Electric ServiceW.
k there's no need to "shop around" for your home
SALE $358
Service loan. Better yet, because we "live" with your loan

OIL BURNERS. GAS HEATERS, ALL ; ;. No down payment with trade all the way, we make it as sound as possible for you
TYPES OF WINDOWS. HOT WATER to live with it.

HEATERS. APPLIANCES, PUMPS

AND LAMPS. L lh it .27S Imo"6Vi1t8e&t k /

Auytluog in the fctrfcaf Line
,;, f'? I Come in and started I
get today
All Kind of Repairing FRIGIDAIREFrostproof

PHONE 771-2313

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refrigerator... 100lb. capacity-Zero .
WE RENT roomy 10.94 cubic foot, Zone Cold-two 20 Quick- .
all porcelain inside and ube ice trays. The separ I
out.Flowing cold r.frlg.rate freezer door insulated Ills !EBEBAILVAFIICSQ1KLoanAssxlatlonoMt
FOLDING IEDS BABY CRIIS ation for faster chilling, with patented exclusive
better food keeping twin Frigi'Foam.0 c k s in
PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNIATHING glide-out Hydrators...3 cold takes less space, J ( 'o County
COTS lull width removable abellea.e.. more room for food
Yes with lift-off aluminum storage Spacious full-
HIGH CHAIRS: STROLLERS fronts.Frost-proof...hug width door shelf. 415 TENTH ST. WEST, BRADENTON, PHONE 744-0811
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LINEN RENTAL SERVICE EIIId FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Current Rate 4 % % Per Annum


Brodenfon Beach 778-1472 9BO5 GULF DRIVE. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA PH.77B-1267 Compounded Quartely "

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I I ISLAND REAL ESTATEFOR

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, ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
SALE $ Licensed Electrical Contractors Houses suitable! for Island climateSnapper
cii1A
and Pint StreetsElectric and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
esti
: Additions. Trustworthy
s 'aI Wiring Fixtures mates given.NORMAN .
DICK L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 718.2059 Off. 778.1410. Home 778-2591

WAGNER ..; -; x LOVELY PRIVATE HOMETWO
BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA -
....". ROOM, LARGE AND UNUSUAL KITCHEN WITH
Ii Iifi I DINING AREA, TWO SCREENED PORCHES AND ONE-
I .;. CAR CLOSED GARAGE. WELL.LANDSCAPED 80 X 80 !
..- LOT. OIL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING. ALMOST
fi COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT
Mar- CONDITION. CLOSE TO GULF IN HOLMES BEACH.
Bond of
ASKING PRICE $25,000.

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker :
Gulf Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 i

oF TRADE YOUR LOTFOR

DOWN PAYMENT ON A MODERN, COMPLETELY
FURNISHED DUPLEX, WHICH HAS CENTRAL HEAT
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| AND AIR CONDITIONING. TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING
ROOM, KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM AND CARPORT ON
EACH SIDE. NO CLOSING COSTS.
; JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS
116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH



t Canal BEAUTIFUL front HomeON




, LARGE WELL-LANDSCAPED CORNER LOT

This is one of the finest buys we have had to
offer in a number of years.

J Three Bedrooms, Two Baths..Central Heat
, LOT and Air Conditioning..Intercom System throughout. -
: AD- ..All-Electric Kitchen..Swimming Pool in
l l't Enclosed Patio..Double Carport..Covered Boat
Dock..And Lots of Other EXTRASI!

$33,500
-261. ALL FOR ONLY

$15,500 CASH WILL BUY THIS HOME.

$18.000--5 1/2, Mortgage Can Be Assumed.
r Which is approximately 75 per cent of appraised -
value of the property.
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This Beautiful Home is being sold at this
EXTREMELY LOW LOW PRICE BECAUSEOF
; OWNER'S ILLNESS.

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.I WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
,. AVAILABLEAlso
the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWalter
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Realty Realtois Company




J ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

.: 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
4 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307F
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'pale 8 THE Thnredmr. July 26, 1962

DALTON TOPSIDE: Mr. and Mrs.

MOSTLY AB(OUT PEOPLEs Robert Logan and family of Tam- ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

pa.
Tit pleasant, sure, to see one* name in print.-LoIID BTBON T A PAN E S COTTAGE:Col. and Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

Mrs. D. A. Jones and family of Dow

ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. HARBORLIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and Air Force Base, Bangor, Maine... ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

J. H. Branch of Lake Wales...Mr. Mrs. Charles A. Brown and Mr. MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. and ,

and Mrs. RalphDowning of Gaines- and Mrs.L. Linebaugh Tampa... Mrs. T. H. Moxley and family of x

ville. ..Mr. and Mrs. Rex Branch of Roy Hughes of Chicago. ..Mr. and Tampa.S. YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

Lake Wales...Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mrs. Robert Baker of Miami N. J. S.-WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.

Kimura and family and Mr. and Mrs. ..Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Temple of and Mrs. Frank C. Wood of College COMPLETE BUYS MORE Fountain Service

Robert Kimura of St. Petersburg... Largo...Mr. and Mrs. George Naussof Park Ga...Mr and Mrs. Eugene

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abraham, Mr. Summit, N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson of Cincinnati...Mr. and J Toiletries Stationery

and Mrs. Peter Zeimis and son, Mr. Glen Halbert of Lakeland...Mr.and Mrs. W. T. Graham of Charleston, "

and Mrs. M. McCrayand Mrs. Mrs. Henry W. Hutchens of Miami, W. Va...Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Cooper LINE 4) Magazines and Books

Fred St. Clair, all of Tampa...Mr. ...Mr. and Mrs. F. Webster of Sar- of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. L. E.

and Mrs. W. W. Hardman and asota..Major Billy P. Pratt and Smith of Gainesville..Mr. and Beach Wear

daughter of Winter Haven. ..R. B. family of Lake Charles, La...Mr. Mrs. E. W. Clinton of Hueytown IN A REAL

McGinnis of Bradenton...Mr. and and Mrs. David Colburn of Fern Park Ala.. .Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Garnerof

Mrs. Howard T. James, Miss Dot ...Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sandlin of Birmingham, Ala...Dr. and Mrs.L. DRUG STORE General Sundries

Waring, Miss Charlene Noble, Na- Shelby, N. C.. .Mt:. and Mrs. Herb W. George and family of Fort

thanPeddyconetand James McCra- Zekel of Boynton Beach...Mr. and Lauderdale...Mr.. and" Mrs. H. J.

mer all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Fatic of Brooksville... Ritcherson of Tam p a.. .Mr and Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Mrs. Paul Pollard and Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Vechel E. Scott of Mrs. R. L. Hill of Norfolk Va...
Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
loughby.all of Apollo Beach. Greenfield Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Edwards of El-

HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. NOMAD MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. L. lenton...Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Latta

Dallas Ferell and family of Charleston Spontell and son of Cleveland Ohio of Warsaw, Ind..Mr. and Mrs.

W. Va...Mr and Mrs. George ...Mr. and Mrs. James H. Parsonof Dexter Daniels and party of Winter Just ArrivedNEW

Coons of Indianapolis..Mr. and Clinton N. C...Mr. and Mrs.E. Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Earle BrownJr.

Mrs. J. Baltenweit of Chicago... R. Woolridge of Richmond, Va. of Birmingham, Ala. SHIPMENT OF

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Howell of Tam- ...Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McCoy of TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. W.

pa. .. Mrs. Paul Woodall and Mrs. London, Ohio...Mrs. R. E. Bradleyof H. Thompson and daughter of Mo- SWIM SUITSby

Robert Koch of Lakeland. Lake Wales...Mr. and Mrs. An- bile, Ala...Mr. and Mrs. John Site

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. drew McCormack family of Win of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Orville

and Mrs. W. Peck and family of ter Haven...Mr. and Mrs.. DonaldL. Harm e ss and family of Kokomo, / /

Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. R. De- Smith of Miamisbure.. Ohio... Ind.BAY OF MIAMISOLIDS .

Voreand daughter of Newport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie E. Tunbilson VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:

...Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lundy of Mt. of Dayton, Ohio. ..Mrs. RaymondRies Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Faulds and son

View Ga...Mr andMrs. Joe Wil- and family of Galloway Ohio of Lithia...J. Patton and party of 1urtr..eM*
Titl/tco
lis and family of Ruskin...Mr. and ...'Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Price of St.Petersburg...Dr.and Mrs. Frank t

Mrs. R. O. Carter and daughter of Centralia, Ontario...Mr. and Mrs. George and family of Chicago... & PRINTS

Covington, Ky...Mr. and Mrs. R. Ray Lewis and family of Troy, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alberts of Ontario -

W. Henderson of Avon Park. ..Mr. ...Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Roderusof Canada. ONE & TWO PIECE STYLES

and Mrs. B. D. Runnels of Swan- Tampa...Mr and Mrs. T. A. PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs.

ton, Ohio. Szymanski of Calvert City, Ky. Howard Meadows and Mr. and Mrs. SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-

EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. CHARLIN VILLAS: : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones of Lakeland...Mr.and

Henry Laux of Madison Tenn...Mr. Robert Linabury and family of Tam- Mrs. L. E. Yarbrough Ft. Meade.

and Mrs. Howard Watson and son pa...Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Uhland SCHELTER APARTMENTS: Mr.

Tom of Genoa, 111...Mrs. Etta Din- and family of Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. Richard Runyan and family of

g e r son and son Gary of St. Louis, Mrs. Fred F. Dennis and family of WestChester, Ohio..Mr. and Mrs.

Mo...Mrs. Frank Dean and Mrs. Norwood, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Al A. L. Hopper and son of Tampa. .. Layaway Phone

Virgil Kean of East St. Louis 111. Motobalno of Columbus Miss... Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Anderson and Plan 4 s' motif.. rtertwomen 778-1161

...Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mullis and Mr. and Mrs. Oren H. Roberts of family of Dade City.

family of Rock Hill S. C...Mr. New York City...Mr. and Mrs. S. BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
and Mrs. Richard Pike and familyof H. Wilson and family of Nashville, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson and

Groveland.VNCLASSIFliD'. Tenn..Mr. and Mrs. Spencer L. daughter of Tampa. 778-2012
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Jones of Fayetteville Ga...Mr. CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. SCHUCHARDBONDEDMASTER
and Mrs. Charles H. Meadow and Hugh Wiggs of Mulberry.

family of Dayton Ohio. JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and PLUMBER'S LICENSE
:(ADVANCE PAYMENT REQUIRED)) .
Mrs. William Mosler and of
EIGHT I LINES-fl.O ; MINIMUM 50* CUTI-TINO:Miss Ruppenthal family PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
of Bradenton Corry, PalPROTHERO
Beach.
.Miss Janice
ISLANDER PHOTOS A> an oddd ..r-' APARTMENTS: Col. 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
Vic to our readers. 5 by 7 enlargement Carlson of Holmes Beach...Miss
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- Holly Feagles of Anna Maria...Miss and Mrs. Joseph E. Rice of Ft. Lau- SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLANDDon"
DER are available at $1.25.ach. Writet
THE ISLANDER, Anna )/aria, or Phone Janice Larson of Bradenton. (S.. Also Page 5))
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778-2021. I t Be A Litterbug !
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN .._ill Iii_Iii_Iii iiii Iii_iii1
TENANCE Mowing, edging triIlU DV. -------------rm -
Floor cleaned and poliihea. Windows -----.---------
washed.and oiled. Prompt and efficientservice. :====- --===== ONLY rsuenener
Reasonable rates-references ----- --rrS
aft.r furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 ===== '==-r- orP
430. ----- ----- SALE
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Ser
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Frank Beard. 778-143K .. ". ....*'..:a
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TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS n.ar Gulf on :=====:Iiiii:====== GIVES YOUr MEN'S SWIM SUITS (Boxer Type) Reg. Values to $3..9.$1.88
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Multiple north point Dwelling of Longboat, ONLY Key$4.5001, zoned Walter for ::==:=========: WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS-Reg. Value to $8.95.$3.88
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S.HardinRealiJ'C ., Realtors.. 7781010. -.- =-=========rNOISELESS (Lastex Only-Sizes 32 to 46)

HOUE&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Exclusive BOYS' & GIRLS' SWIM SUITS-Reg. Values to $2.98.$1.88 ",
'While YOU are away-a weekly Ch.ck-
,!nV of house for any troubles that might 10'1'110' ..the nestwantedCeRsmer .SWIM WEAR: Masks-Fins-Snorkels.25% Off
develop air house, and wat.r house
Slants. FREE ESTIMATES on any Ad- Feature .SIX FOOT AIR MATTRESS--R.g. $2.98.......................$1.59
Services. Close your house
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN. AIR CHARGER .GIRLS' & WOMEN'S BLOusES-vaiue to $2.49...........$1.00
Any Refurbishing or Yard Care.
--CUARANTEEDCONTRACT--. (Sizes 283032.34

BOX 523 PAT& MAX HUBER Phone 778-2143 Air Conditioning Of Course .WOMEN'S SLEEVELESS KNIT Tops--v>iue. to $3.29.i.49
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 (Small-Medium)

LOOKING FOR small Island cottage ISLAND TV 778-1703
or lot as trade in on n.w 3 BR, 2 bath
home ov.rloohiugWhitfi.ld Golf Course. ISLAND VARIETY STORE
Move right in, No Costs-475 month.
Can 778-1898.
FOR apartm.nt RENT 2 near bedroom the b.acb.lnnthStre.t. house. 1 bedroom Protect Your Boat & Motor 778-1021

Phone 7782546.
LOTS 15, 16, 17 on 65th St., 1 Block
from Gulf. Zon.d Duplex. Make Offer.
Milton Schwanberg,2505 W. Custer A... Black Decker
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
FOR RENTS 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, un-
furnished docking facilities. Yearly'
lea.., $125 p.r month. walt.r S. Hardin H 1/4" ELECTRIC DRILL
Realty Co., Realtors. 7781010.

FOR SALE OR RENTS Nic. 2 bedroom Ideal for basic drilling needs.
Home on 85th Street. Closed garaae, 2 _
air conditioners, large patio, nicely LI4 Newly designed handle length.
planted lot._Call 778-1530 or 7460651. "'
For home maintenance and repair. \
ALTERATIONS all kinds of cloth-
on
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. .Mrs. Frank Safe, 3-conductor cable & plug. '
Beard. Phone 778-1431. chuck with key.'k
Geared
FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH Two H Trigger switch, locking Button. 8 8
Duplexes, plus large 2- edrooa Home
with one bedroom a par t...n t. Large A one time special price! \
screened perch garage and beatport. )
On 3 comer lots only on.block to beachor REGULAR 15.95 5pDobbe's .
to shopping c.nt.r. Small Down Payment
own.r will take mortgage. Call with an
778-1442,or Write SR 5509 Brad. Beach.'
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FOR RENTS One bedroom furnished Island Hardware
air-conditioned apartment on the alt Auto-Owners FLOATER
S75 per month on yearly basis. WalterS. & Marine Supply ,
.Hardia Bealtr Co.Realtors.7781010.

*ANNOUNCEMENT!Starting immediate Bay Area Insurance If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garde. Supplies, we bate it-
ly, each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE
ISLANDER is entitled to one four-line 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 or-will get it for you 11l<.2511
Unclassified Ad at no charge each year. AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
No Strings No Gimmicks-One Free, CLOSED WEDNESUAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON
Fo M.ln. Ad for each PAID-UP Sub AUTHORIZED DEALERS LARSON-EYINRUDE-MURRAYI
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