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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: August 2, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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. 560 : I ANNA MARIA fcjLORIDA, THURSDAY AUGUST 2, 1962 TEN CENTS I





N Island Boys Spark Legion Baseball TeamCounty




C/C Directors ]First Baseman Entire Outfield, And Bat Boy To II

Meet At Yacht ClubAt r rake Part In State Tournament At Miami Sunday

a meeting of the Board of Baseball fever in the Countyand Twelve year old Dennis Crum .
Directors of the Manatee I on the Island is in epidemic is the team's regular bat boy,
County Chamber of Commerceat proportions this week, as the and as such will make the tripto
the Holmes Beach Yacht Junior American Legion team the,,tournament.The .
Club Thursday evening,Pres- of Bradenton Post 24 preparesto quartet of players are ;
ident Fred Langford stressedthe embark Saturday for Miami, four youngsters who have j
importance of choosing an where it will compete for the played ball together since they
executive vice president for +_- v Florida Junior title. started playing baseball in
the chamber soon, so he could The reasons grammar school and on little
have a voice in choosing executives for avid inter- league teams. All four were
for the other County est in the teamon members of Manatee High's
promotional units. the Islandare championship team this year.In .
The chamber hopes to be ableto that five the 22 games played by the

supervise the Committee of ISLAND BASEBALL STARS. Four members of high-flying Island young Legion team this season, it
100, the County Public Rela- ball team representing Bradenton American Legion Post 24 men will go to lost only one, and that bya I
tions Bureau and the Bradenton are, left to right: Bob Hawkins,first baseman;and the team's Miami with the 1 to 0 score, on the only !
Message Center and Tour- outfield, Rick and Jack Hutchinson and Johnny Cagnina. team, four as earned run given up by star
ist and Convention Bureau.It (Islander Photo) players and the Dennis Crum hurler Gary Trapp all season.
was voted by the group to fifthas bat boy. Batting averages of the local
send the present charter and Island Assessment John Cagnina, Rick and Jack players are: Bob Hawkins,
by-laws to Tallahassee for Mrs. J. V. Ahnell Hutchinson form the tea m' s .438; John Cagnina, .220;Jack

approval by the secretary of Word has been received by Totals regular outfield, while heavy Hutchinson, .296, and Rick
state. Several amendments to The Islander of the death of Manatee County Tax Assessor hitter Bobby Hawkins holds Hutchinson, .246.
the by-laws were approved by Mrs. J. V. Ahnell in Labradoron Hiram Strickland certifiedthe down first base in classy style.
the directors and will be sub- Friday, July 27. Mrs. Ah- County's assessment roll .
mitted to the general member- nell (Jo Ann) is the daughterof to the County Commission Chamber Of Commerce Project Well Received,
ship for approval. Tuesday, showing the total 11
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson Enthusiastic
They were: 1. The chairmanwill of Bay Boulevard, Anna value of taxable property in the Committee Reports Response I

not have a vote except to Maria. Besides her husband, County to be $252,157,916 for !
Bradenton
Enthusiasm is running high Camera Shop, .
break a tie. 2. None of the four the 1962 tax year.
three
Mrs. Ahnell leaves sons,
Chamber of Beach Hardware De Soto Ter-
for the Island ,
charter divisions of the cham- Total assessed valuation of
Scott, Steve and Karl. Burialis
Wel- Nomad Motel, H. W.
ber (Anna Maria Island, Long- to be in Erie, Pa. real and tangible personal Commerce sponsored razzo Irene's
which is sched- Niesiobedzki Handy
Center ,
come ,
boat Key, Greater Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were property on the Island is$19-
uled to be ready for operationby Dandy, Haynes Restaurant,
.
or. Palmetto) shall-ever.have 'Labrador at the time of 499,600.
'
S Area Insurance Island
fewer than four directors on Mrs. Ahnell's death. Totals for each of the three October 1. Bay ;
At a meeting of the committee Bakery, Island Variety Store,
the board. 3. Provision for Island cities are: Anna Maria,
the and Dobbe Island Hardware,
organizing center s
associate members who shall $5,519,900 Bradenton Beach,
;
H. Kleinbeck At
Ralph Sand Dollar Gift Blue
contacting Island businessmenfor Shop,
not be gainfully employed,and $3,349,820, and Holmes
Oak Ridge Course funds, held at the Island Water Beach Apartments,
who shall not have voting priv Beach, $10,629,880. The half
Bank last week it Merrimac On The Gulf, First
was repor-
ileges. Annual dues will be$15 of Longboat Key lying within
Ralph H. Kleinbeck of North ted that more than $1,000 in Federal Savings and Loan Association -
for associate members.A Manatee County is assessedat
Shore Drive, Anna Maria, a cash had been subscribed for L. N. Smelik, Marchand's -
new class of membershipfor $10,120,640.cause .
out of members was teacher at Palmetto High the center, in addition to sev- Market, Herb'sBeachview
approved,county with such membersto School, is one of a group of 30 of their scientific back- eral hundred dollars in pled- Louis B. Mack,
be considered members at secondary school science tea- ground and teaching experi- ges. Smith Specialty Company,
large, rather than affiliated chers taking a course this ence. Contributors of $25 or more Melvin E. Miller, Bay Breeze
with particular division. summer at the Oak Ridge Institute Aside from the lecture stud- will have their names on a per- Court, George E. Engel, Anna
A kick-off any dinner for all of Nuclear Studies,Oak ies, each participant will be manent plaque in the center. Maria IGA, Frances Living-
members of the organization Ridge, Tenn. ORINS is a non- required to build an oscillo- Those who have contributedto ston, Bimini Bay Estates,Jack
will be held at the Bradenton profit, educational corporation scope, a transistor radio, a the project so far are as follows Marshall, Anna Maria Elec-
of 38 southern universities tric S. Norman Rosedale,Lucy -
Auditorium late in August 01 Geiger counter and various : Pete Brown,Beach Ben- ,
early in September, at operating under contract other electronic devices. The dix Laundry, Flamingo Court. Brumfield, Key Sundries,
officers and directors will be hwith the United States Atomic cost of the electronics mater- Motel, Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel, Phelps Nursery, Jesse R. In-
formally installed. It is plan- Energy Commission.The ials is borne by the AEC, and Harbor Lights Motel, Ernie's gram and the Sand Bar.
intensified 13-week: the participants are permittedto
ned to invite Wendell Jarrard,
titled "Basic Prin- retain the devices
course, for use
Chairman of the Florida Development -
Commission. ciples and Recent Advances in I as training aids.
the Physical Sciences," is Mrs. Kleinbeck and the cou-
sponsored by the National. ple's two children are spend-
Widow Sues Boggess Science Foundation in cooper-ing the summer with Mrs.

A $50,000 damage suit was ation with ORINS. Kleinbeck's father, O. A.Shut -
filed Saturday in Hillsborougt Kleinbeck will participate ir t maker, in Winchester, Ohio.
County Circuit Court as a result specialized science education I
of the murder at Bradenton training classes conducted b y THE ISLANDER is now
Beach June 30. leading authorities in the on sale in Bradenton atSharp's

Mrs. Betty Richards, widowof fields of physics and chemis Drug Store in
the Professional Building
Brandon optometrist Dr., try. The present group was -
Lamar Richards,filed the act- selected from nearly 500 applicants at Manatee Avenue 4
ion against William Boggess,,, and were chosen be- and 11th Street West.

who confessed the murder,and I
his wife Dorothy.Dr. .
Richards was killed b]Y
Boggess during an argumen t
between the two men.Boggesi J V
has since been sentenced t 0
t life imprisonment.In UNUSUAL VIEW OF ANNA MARIA CITY PIER. (Redon)
the suit Mrs. Richard J
alleges that Boggess conspired .
to kill her husband and sho t 4 4s 1AJl) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
him at least four times.

She listed her late husband' !J ( 4i T..tvr.. W.tr R.lnle"
earning power at the time 01 r
Sam Noon 6pm High
the slaying at$15OOOper yeai

and asks damages in excess oi r .r ,. July 24--86 94 84 94 88 None
$50,000.Mr. 1- July 25--86 93 88 93 87 None

and Mrs. Boggess pur- July 26--86 92 87 92 88 None
chased the Gulf to Bay Mote]]l JulY,27--87 90 85 92 38 None
in February, 1961, and opera 1t July 28--85 92 36 92 87 .6
ted it intermittently' from thai: ALL the school age children on the Island in 192&costumed'for \\ July 29--85 90 37 90 38 None
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time until they,sold it to Richards -. : an operetta which was presented at the Anna Maria Community July 30--86 93 37 93 33 .1
'at the time of the murder Hall. (Photo Courtesy M. V. Davis)

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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA Blassingame's BestBy Beach Fire I

TELEPHONE 778.2021 gense> wrtf Steve deWolf At birth
Pine twigs, pieces of driftwood
paic The name Wyatt Blassin-

Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL a By THE EDITOR' game on the cover of an adult Sun dried, and piled end* to end ;

News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL | "' Sometime Monday night, the novel assures the reader of like a skeleton pyramid f
ws a Longboat Key restaurant certain things about the book. In the white sand of moving time. s

Moil Address Anna Maria, Florida nON known as Capt. Gills was broken First, the story probably will Then--a spark ignited spurtsA

into and a total of$160 worthof be set in Florida around the glow of Life-flame into the fire.

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in merchandise taken. Amongthe early part of the century, and i

advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. items carried away were second, it will be authentic, In youth
Advertising rate $1.00 column Inch. Discount of 10% for
per 34 bottles of whisky and vodka, well-written and interesting.This Dancing upward, uncertain licking
six consecutive :
insertions If paid by tenth of following month. :
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. 32 frozen steaks, ham, three is the successful Blass- Flames light the lost darknessOf
pounds of cheese and a case of ingame formula. And once a- early life, spreading a glow '

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY beer. Sheriff's deputies are gain the author has used it, Flickering orange-red on the sand. l

investigating the case by look- this time in his latest novel, Like a flare in the strange night !

I An Independent weekly published every Thursday by ing in at all parties and bar- HALO OF SPEARS, publishedby Heralding the launching of a ship.At .
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida becues. Doubleday & Company.At i

the turn of the century, t
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. maturityFuel '
.. Our Minneapolis-St. Paul the institution of slavery was added, the fire blows wild
dead in the South but chain
the following ,
correspondent sent us And flashing big, cracklingWith
of convict labor
were
I clipping from a paperin gangs the heat of life, growing
Victor The FirstThe that area: "Smiling Under- used to fill some gaps in partsof The unleashing of manhoodTo
the rural economy. Once
taker WantedForlayawayatSandstone the world of sand and sea,
Minn. Business is sentenced, the prisonerswere To the hard world of reality.In .
really dead. Can use another sent to labor camps,
most recent cause celebre in Manatee County is the
"
( undertaker... where they worked like slavesin
, hassle between Victor Sledge, administrator at Manatee the turpentine forests, as old age

County Memorial Hospital, and the nurses at the hospital. human chattels hired from the The Life-fire burns low, fading ,"

During a period of slightly more than one week, Sledgehas state. Into glowing embers, slowly dyingTo f
.
summarily fired five members of the nursing staff at the One of the summer's more The work was grueling, hot, charcoal on the beach,

hospital, all members of the supervisory group. unusual sights took place a dayor dirty and degrading. The men, Awaiting the one time whenIt

The only sin committed by the nurses seems to be that two ago almost across the white and black alike, endured will rest in silent oneness

of presenting their grievances as a group in a letter signedby street from our office. A bare- the same punishments, ate the With the eternal darkness. "

56 of them, nearly all those employed at the hospital. This foot lad of about eight or nine same rotten food, day after

move has been interpreted as an attempt at"collective bar- was slowly making his way up endless day. Life on a chain --Steve deWolf

gaining" by public employees, a practice outlawed by Flor- the street in the middle of an gang was as near to a hell as

ida Statutes. extremely hot day, and obviously those in charge could make it.
These firings came after a remark attributed to Sledge having a struggle to
that he would fire all the nurses at the hospital if he felt it tote a pink plastic pail of wat- It was to one of these Florida
chain gangs that David May- singame has written a very human -
necessary.As er. After watching a few min-
an attorney representing the five nurses pointed out utes, his purpose became field, sensitive but wild son ofa story. It embraces manyof

to the County Commission Monday, "This matter arose from clear--he stopped every two wealthy and aristocratic Alabama the emotions--hate, jeal-

the discharge of five registered nurses. The manner of their or three hundred feet and step- family, was sent after ousy, indifference, fear, love

discharge has been quite disturbing. No reason has been giv- ped into the pail to cool his pleading guilty to the murderof and compassion.HALO .
en to any of four of the nurses for her discharge. This wouldbe feet. a moonshiner's wife. Maso- OF SPEARS is not a
chistic suffering on the chain book for the squeamish. In
unusual in private employment, and smacks of somethingworse
in public employment. They have a valid right to know gang was the only way Mayfieldfelt parts it is as rough and raw and

the reason for their discharge. They represent a total of almost he could redeem himselffor brawling as the Florida about
the murder of the girl--a which Blassingame writes and
100 years of nursing experience. These are not new,
untried people. Some of them have been nursing in Manatee murder he did not commit. knows so well.
Once on the chain gang, the Those readers who condem-
County since before the hospital existed, and some helped to
open the hospital." story becomes a day-to-day ned the author's earlier novels

Rather than giving his nurses the benefit of the courtesy account of man's inhumanityto THE GOLDEN GEYSER and

and respect owed them by their years of experience in their man. Of agony and misery.Of LIVE FROM THE DEVIL on

profession, and due them particularly by their years of ser- the struggle to survive. In the grounds of vulgarity and
the part, it is the story of Frank too much sex, find this
vice to people of Manatee County, he chose to terminatethe may
of Seton, the sadistic guard who book more to their liking. The
employment at least two of the nurses by sending notes
of dismissal to their homes by taxi. The hallmark of a good hated Mayfield and his Negro questionable scenes are hand-
administrator? friend Joe Booker, and who led tastefully, but realistically

The only one of the discharged nurses given a reason for would whip a man within an nonetheless.
her inch of his life because he Blassingame's style is hard-
dismissal was Miss Alberta Dodd, and after many yearsof
service at this and other hospitals, she was told she was thought it was funny. Or Ryan boiled and economical. He
Durrance, the overseer of the doesn't waste words. Or mince
"not reliable. More about this later.
turpentine camps, who believed theml! He is a master of real-
Only a few days ago we heard County Commission Chair-
he his
was merely doing
SUMMER FEVER istic And :
graphic description.
man Mike Klemmer call Sledge "a good administrator, who :
Now that it's Summer duty by working the prisonerslike at times his prose assumes an i
has pulled the hospital out of the red in the past two years.
animals who feared
but
with There's no time for fun. almost poetic quality. His
Methods used by Administrator Sledge in dealing
I must do the work that someday he might go cra- style makes a good story even
nursing personnel at the hospital create some doubt about the
zy and whip a man to death.
better.
validity of his methods in"pulling" the institution"out of the That should have been done
But even more it is the grim, HALO OF SPEARS,priced at
red. last Winter. perceptive study of DaviMayfield's d
$3.95, can be purchased at
Has he achieved this result by eliminating services and/
The fence should be fixed redemption for a several stores on the Island.
considered essential while the
or personnel previously at
sin which had existed only in
from Alabama
same time raising fees to a level where they could be consid- The house needs paint. Originally ,
his
whisky-beclouded mind.
ered unreasonable Some who should The lawn needs Wyatt Blassingame moved to
? persons know say YES! mowing.
He for the first
began, time in Anna Maria in the early Thir-
Other business organizations--much larger ,than the But energetic I ain't-- I
his life, to care what happenedto ties. In addition to his adult
hospital--have been made to show a paper prof it--"pulled out right now. h
others. He knew he would
novels he has written several :
1
of the red" for a year or two, by the simple expedient of doing -
have
eventually to from
escape successful books and
almost no maintenance of equipment, and eliminating just The work will done. juvenile I
get the chain gang. Then one day is also a prolific writer of
about every service except the very bare essentialsandthen And though I don't doubt it, his opportunity came... short stories, several of which
pointing with" pride at what later turns out to be a very I'll sit here in the shade, Here once again, Wyatt Blas- have won awards. I

costly "profit. And just think about it,
From the of the Commission
viewpoint County
Sledge
for awhile. ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES ,
would seem. to be a good administrator if he could succeed in --Steve deWolf
removing even one of the constant demands for additional financing AUGUSTHIGH- -LOW-

from almost every direction, or even took away a 2 Thur. h56 a.m. 1.0 12128 p.m. 2.1 5:39 a.m. 0.8 7:26 p.m.0.1 ;
little :strain in that direction.But 3 Fri. 2:07
am. 1.1 h08 p.m. 2.0 6:26 a.m. 0.7 7.55 p.m. 0.0
: in his training or experience which qualified him for 4 Sat. 2:29 a.m. 1.2 1:52 p.m. 1.9 7.16 a.m. 0.6 8.27 p.m. 0.1
his 'present position Sledge apparently was absent when he 5 Sun. 2:58 a.m. 1.3 2.39 p.m. 1.7 8:11 a.m. 0.6 8:59 p.m. 0.3

was supposed to attend the course on personnel relations, as 6 Mon. 3:31 a.m. 1.4 3133 p.m. 1.5 9:11 a.m. 0.5 9.34 p.m. 0.4 I j

well as the course on public relations, both very necessary 7: Tue. 4:09 a.m. 1.5 4:38 p.m. 1.3 10:17 a.m. 0.4 10:12 p.m. 0.6
parts of a public administrator's stock in trade.A 8 Wed. 4:52 a.m. 1.6 5:59 p.m. 1.1 11:29 a.m. 0.4 10153 p.m. 0.8
little investigation of the professional qualifications of 9 Thur. 5140 a.m. 1.7 7.46 p.m. 1.0 12:45 p.m. 0.2 11:37 p.m. 0.9
10 Fri. 6131 a.m. 1.8 10:22 1.0 1156 p.m. 0.1 --M-- --
the discharged nurses shows that some of them have taken p.m.
11 Sat. 7:25 a.m. 1.9 11:31 p.m. 1.1 12128 a.m. 0.9 3.00 p.m.0.1
extension courses sponsored by the University of Florida, 12 Sun. 8.19 2.1 1.0
a.m. ------- 1.23 a.m. 3154 p.m.0.3
and on their own time and at their own expense, have earned 13 Mon. 12:10 1.1
a.m. 9.12 a.m. 2.2 2:17 a.m. 1.0 4.41 p.m.0.4
college credits as well as attending special courses in out- 14 Tue. 12:32 a.m. 1.1 10.02 a.m. 2.3 3.10 a.m. 1.0 5123 p.m.0.4

of-state hospitals. 15 Wed. 12143 a.m. 1.1 10152 a.m. 2.4 4:02 a.m. 0.9 6:02 p.m.0.4
Another nurse who worked at the hospital some time ago, 16 Thur. 12158 a.m. 1.1 11:41 a.m. 2.3 4.55 a.m. 0.8 6:39 p.m.0.3

chooses to commute to Sarasota, a driving distance of 44 w 17 Fri. 1120 a.m. 1.2 12132 p.m. 2.2 5150 a.m. 0.6 7.15 p.m.0.2
miles daily, to work in that city in preference to working at 2/ :; 18 Sat. 1147 a.m. 1.3 1:25 pm. 2.0 6:47 a.m. 0.5 7.49 p.m. 0.1
the local hospital. 19 Sun. 2:18 a.m. 1.5 2123 p.m. 1.8 7:48 a.m. 0.4 8.25 p.m. 0.3

What are the results of many statements to the press by 20 Mon. 2154 a.m. 1.6 3128 p.m. 1.5 8.55 a.m. 0.3 9101 p.m. 0.5
the and Administrator 21 Tue. 3134 a.m. 1.7 4:48 p.m. 1.2 10:08 a.m. 0.2 9:39 p.m. 0.7 1
nurses none by Sledge?One is an arou-
22 Wed. 4123 1.8 6159 0.1 10.24 0.9
a.m. p.m. 1.0 11.31 a.m. p.m. 1
sed public opinion, almost
unanimously sympathetic toward 23 Thur. 5122 a.m. 1.9 9.39 p.m. 1.1 1.00 p.m. 0.0 11.23 p.m. 1.0 :
the nurses--public opinion which is not going subside until 24 Fri. 6129 a.m. 1.9 10:44 p.m. 1.1 2121 p.m.0.1. ..------...-..-
some drastic steps are taken. d 25 Sat. 7.39 a.m. 1.9 11.23 p.m. 1.2 12135 a.m. 1.0 3:26 p.m.0.1 it i

Another result is that Sledge, through the unexplained 26 Sun. 8145 a.m. 2.0 11155 p.m. 1.2 1147 a.m. 1.0 4:15 p.m.0.2 "
27 Mon. 9140 2.0 1.0 4.55 p.m.0.2
o.m. --- 2146 G.m.
dismissal of the five nurses has the five
given an advantagethe
28 Tue. 12116 a.m. 1.2 10126 a.m. 2.1 3.35 a.m. 0.8 5127 p.m.0.1
administrator will never be able to overcome--he has Island Visitor John VanOsten- 29 Wed. 12126 a.m. 1.1 11107 a.m. 2.1 4.18 a.m. 0.7 5153 p.m. 0.0 .
destroyed his own usefulness to the hospital and to the bridge of Hawthorne, N. J. 30 Thur. 12.29 a.m. 1.2 11.45 a.m. 2.0 4.S8 a.m. 0.6 6118 p.m. 0.1 '

County and his soundest course of procedure would be to offer (Islander Photo) 31 Fri. 12138 a.m. 1.2 12122 p.m. 2.0 5.37 a.m. 0.5 6.42 p.m. 0.2
his resignation now rather than later. For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read- ;

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August 2, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pap 3

Time Will Tell will be at the hands of the Com- may seem more like the rav-
munist countries now united ings of a religious lunatic.
By Steve deWolf under the Warsaw Pact. Then
Whichever it is, it must be
THE UNITED STATES .IN
Communism will rule.
' admitted that the author's
BIBLE PROPHECY by AntonM. "From this point on," the phecies are within the realm pro-of
'I Christensen. 115 Pages. author "until the
says, comingof possibility. They are plaus-
Exposition Press. $3. the Lord Jesus..there will, ible. They are supported con-
1 no doubt, be chaos in this vincingly. They could come
R. Unless the people of the United world. There will be a rule of true. And perhaps some of '
' States soon recognize the anarchy and lawlessness; them already have.

supremacy of God's Laws,our there will be the final war of Or, on the other hand, his
country will perish in a holo- *
Armageddon... amazing predictions may be 4
caust, in a lake of fire burning For the United States, the entirely false. There is always

with brimstone. author forsees an inevitable difficulty in interpreting sym-
This is but of the
one start- atomic war--World War III--
bolic objects and actions. A M i1
ling prophecies which Islander and the destruction of our +
Anton M. Christensen makesin Bible symbol may have num-
his new book, THE UNITED country.But finally God ,"will createa erous meanings and a varietyof

STATES IN BIBLE PROPHECY. new earth where righteousness interpretations. The author's :: :
But unlike many fantastic interpretations are
dwells and where there
predictions for the future, personal. They are strictly his
Christensen's shall" be peace without end. own. Someone else might make
are not un-
Part two of Christensen'sbook
valid but different interpretations
equally -
founded. They are, rather,
is entitled OUR CITI- of the Bib-
based on and supported solidlyby ZENSHIP IN HEAVEN. In essence lical which same Christensen honor of former
in
Bible quotations,taken lar- symbols BRIDAL SHOWER Saturday evening
it presents to the reader has interpreted.So Island resident Miss Dian Goldsborough, who will become -
gely from the Book of Revela-
: 'a religious code of ethics who is to say whether his the bride of Ronald Shelley of Pensacola on Aug-
tion.The for achieving eternal salva- forecasts for the future are ust 24. Pictured above are bride-to-be and, left to
book is divided into
two
tion for the individual and ultimately
sections. In the first sectionhe right or wrong? Accurate or right, Mrs. James Goldsborough, mother of the honor
for the World. He
inaccurate? Brilliant or idiotic guest, and hostesses Janice Carlson Joan Ruppenthaland
gives interesting interpret-
ations of Babylon the Great asks the question, "Which ? Holly Feagles. Party was held at Cuti-Tino Cottageon
and the symbolic beasts spoken should take precedence--civil, In any event, THE UNITED the Gulf, and guests were invited to spend the night
of in the Book of Revelation.He man-made" laws, or God'slaws STATES IN BIBLE PRO- and a day at the beach. (Islander Photo)
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simple: PHECY is a book worth reading -
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last book of the Bible holds the ers." It is, in his mind, the his
predictions come true,
key to the destiny of the World.In .
only solution to the problemsof
book could well be heralded as
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peace. one of the most significant
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But for that with
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P!ie4 THE ISLANDER Thursday August 2, 1962
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The punch line? We don't grouper; Joe Shannon of Brad- 1
; 'eeo know--we have received no enton, 14 trout, and Richard .
clippings from our Providence and John Clark, 8 snook.Capt. >y
F kidBest correspondent about the end' Gus Mayers of the Mary K III
of the story,but wherever Wil- reported a charter party land-
lie is--we wish him well., ed two dolphin, a few mack-
erel and 15 bonita, as well as, Mrs. Max Booker
Meanwhile, back in Manatee jumping a sailfish. On Satur- of Lakeland, withpartofcatchof
"fish" story of recent I County--at a meeting of the day, Max and Mary Bookerof #i 53
weeks had as its backgrounda County Park, Beach and Recreation Lakeland, and a guest, Don
made last
locale more than 1,400 miles I Commission last Thompson, also of Lakeland, grouper
from the Island, and concerns week, Commissioner WalterS. brought in 53 grouper. Dale Saturday from the
Willie, a 20 foot blackfish or Hardin reported that the Marler of Anna Maria caught Booker boat, the
j pilot whale, who last week Florida Internal ImprovementFund 41 trout, and Raymond Johnson iz MAR LIN out of
I created quite a sensation in board of trustees had approved of Mulberry,21 mackerel. Bayou Marina.
Providence, R. I. Willie, according a request by the com- Assisting Mrs.
. to clippings and pic- mission for fish drop,or art- Good grouper catches were Booker in makingthe
tures from the Providence ificial reef in the Gulf. The made by the passengers on catch were her
Journal and the Providence reef will be established abouta the ADMIRALS during the past husband and Don
Evening Bulletin, sent to us mile west of the County week, although the fish are Thompson,also of
by subscriber Mrs. Howard Beach in 21 feet of water. Old running smaller than usual, a z Lakeland. (Photo
Smith of nearby Cranston, R. cars, broken pieces of con- fact ascribed to the warmer by Doe)
I., is the greatest topic of conversation crete or other masonry, old water. Monday, Greg Surlesof
in that city in years. refrigerators and similar Bradenton won the jackpot
Willie spent a few days in material will be used to create with a 10 1/2 pound grouper,
the Providence River, which, the reef.Such reefs have prov- and Mrs. Susan McMillan of
as many of our readers know, ed to be great attractions to Birmingham, Ala.and Al Starkof
' flows through downtown Prov- fish of many kinds. Tampa tied for second,each -
idence, and attracted crowds Actually the for a landing a 9 1/2 pounder. .
request
which ran to thousands. A detail permit for the reef was made Tuesday: John DuBose, At the Anna Maria City Pier, High Twelve Club
of 35 policemen was required 17 pound Mrs. Reinhardt and Mrs. Av-
Frostproof, grouper;
by the Manatee County Chapter -
erill of Parrish caught a total The Island High Twelve Club
to direct traffic,and on of the Izaak Walton Lea- Mable Wyatt, Bradenton
than 100 traf- of 24 mangrove snapper and a will meet at the Gulf Terraceat
i one day, more gue, but had to go through some Beach, 13 1/2 pound grouper;
fic tickets were issued to illegally official County agency. Mem- Herbert Lovern, Lakeland, 13 15 pound sheepshead; Dale noon, Thursday, August 2,
l parked cars in the bers of the league, which is pound grouper, and Carl Phil- Douglas, Bradenton, 14 pound with Duncan Wathen, directorof
area. headed by Bob Bender, will be lips, Frostproof, 10 pound snook; Ralph Parrish, six the Bradenton Message
Center, to be the speaker. He
With more than a touch of charged with its actual con- mangrove snapper. mangrove snapper; Fred
in his actions Small and of will use as his subject, "The
ham apparent struction. Wednesday: Alberta Getker, Jimmy Gerling
Willie delighted the crowds by Two additional drops,both tc I Cincinnati, 18 pound grouper; Oneco, 23 flounder and eight Message Center As Seen
the of the North
cavorting in the warm water be located in the Manatee River -. O. T. McKenny, Bradenton grouper. Lots of angelfish, a Through Eyes"
American Press.
discharged from a nearby power will need special enablingacts Mrs. Aaron Oakley, Mattoon, few mangrove snapper a few
plant. by the State Legislature; 111. tied for second, each hav- mackerel and a few flounderare
One group of would be whal- before they can be started. The ing a 16 pounder. being caught at the pier. How I* Your Subscription?

ers were out in boats tryingto IIF has no control of inland l Thursday: W. Y.Rahn,Sarasota -
harpoon the animal, while waters,thus cannot issue per- 16 1/2 pound grouper; RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
various scientists from the John Robinson, Jackson,
mits for reefs in the river
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University Miss., 1/2 pound grouper, luxury accommodations .J. f' hkinclude
tried to drive or entice Willie and E. W. Fairweather, Sarasota : ,.- .:;;
back into Narragansett Bay Some recent good catches t 14 pounder. EFFICIENCIES
with recorded whale noises brought into Bayou Marina areas Friday: Al Knutson, Dallas, BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS ._ <\.APk1'MINTS
broadcast through an under- follows: L. W. Dunson and l i Texas, 15 pound black grouper -
water microphone. party of Winter Haven, 11 2! ; Jeff Knutson, 11 1/2 pound SURF and POOL BATHING
According to the newspaper mackerel. They were caught t:: grouper, and Jean Robinson of For Reservations or Information Call 7781511Or
reports, two scientists asso- 4 miles from Bean Point, or a i Bradenton, 10 1/2 pounder. Write: Box 366 I
ciated with the Narragansett a 240 degree course. Tillis I! Saturday: Norma Hunsaker,
Marine Laboratory have com- Edwards of Lakeland brought t.: Milwaukee, 113/4 pound grouper Anna Maria, FloridaFOODLINER
piled a library of recorded in 76 mackerel; Max Bookez ; Homer Cain, Grove City,
whale noises. The names of of Lakeland,4 mangrove snap. Ohio, Glen Chapman, Mount
the scientists were Dr. Char- per and 15 black grouper;; Dora, and Asa Coleman,Mac-
les J. Fish and his wife, Dr. Steve Shiro of Tampa, 6,man. Clenny, tied with each having
Marie POland.Fish.. grove snapper and 10 black: an 8 1/2 pounder. rmil I SSC


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& LEGAL NOTICES

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo R ; J
[ All Creditor, L.gat.., Distribu- yf -
t..* and All Persona baring Claim of ., I ROOF : v
Demand against the Estate of ALFREDC.
PRIESTd.e.aa.dr ,
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1 You and each of you, are hereby notified W1)e
and required to file any claim and '" I
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demand, which you, or either of you, .
may have against the estate of ALFREDC. ) '
PRIEST, deceased, late of kfanate 1HJ Anna
County, Florida, with the Honorable CityJailwith
Robert A. Rickey, County Judge of Uan
unidenti-
' at.. County, Florida, at his offic. in
the Court House of said County, within 1 fied police officer -
six calendar month of the first pubUeaUon ;..;,; r who
of this notice.Date .' t.. $ Q res-
,
: '
of first publication July 12, A.D. ; embles Chief

1962. LOLA U. PRIESTAda1ni.tratrlz ;jf.. .. ;f"!Z9'\" #' ,I : : : :; George Jordan.
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of the Estate of ALFRED C. PRIEST, Deceased ", j. \; '' : cj1IESTSide by Rene Re-
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Schultz and Cleary : don
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
CHANCERY CASE NO. 10.491
IN REi Petition of V.47 -'"
MILTON EARL HARDIN j .J .,',
I "I and JEWEL ELIZABETH HARDIN ....,. ,
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NOTICE OF ADOPTION PROCEEDINGSTHE / ;
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STATE OF FLORIDA (; fj
TO Sgt. Eaton Gordon Driggers, RA- U ..J.t" .
14378843 Battery B 321st Field Artillery j
Battalion, Fort Campbell, .. '
Kentucky. ;, \
You are hereby notify that MILTON ...,..odF ",t; "I}.f' t."If' ,
EARL HARDIN and JEWEL ELIZABETH ;)ii;'. J". :'
I HARDIN of Manatee County, Florida & ,
have filed a Petition and Amended Petition .
to adopt a female child born on June
Don't Be !
24. 1957 and who waa given the name at : A Litterbug
birth of "Baby Woods". You are further "
notified that your answer to said Petition '
and Amended Petition must b. filed ;
with the above styled Court and a copy
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served upon P.tit Ion era' attorneys, -
Goodrich and Hampton, Suite 23, Perrine LOVELYVIEWOFTHE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL
Plaza Building,Bradenton, Florida on or RARE PINK PIGMY PORPOISE at Islander Ross Socolof'sGulf (Now Under New Management)
before August 24, 1962, and that unless Fish Hatchery at Piney Point near the northern limitsof
enter before At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned
you your appearance on or
said date you will be deemed to have Manatee County is this 100 pound, five-foot-long mam- Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.
consented to the granting of the adoption mal. Captured in the Amazon River, about 3,000 miles TELEPHONE 7782780.
proceedings.Witness prayed for in. the Petition on file in said from the Atlantic Ocean by hatchery owners and flown here,

my hand and seal of said. "Pinky" was sold to a Fort Worth, Texas zoo, and was
Court on the 20th day of July, 1962. transported there Friday by private plane. It is the second -
M.Byt T.Elaine Mclnnls.Snyder Clerk. of its species in captivity according to the curator of Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.

(SEAL) Deputy Clerk the Texas zoo, and is one of the few species of porpoise to
live in fresh water. (Islander Photo by Bill Stewart) REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

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THURSDAY: .... x BRIDE AND GROOM: Dr. and Mrs. Howard K. Pedigo at
9:00 a.m. Sunbeams. reception at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club following their
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FRIDAY: a wedding on Saturday. Bride is the former Miss Jo Ann I
7:00.p.m. Jr. & Sr. High RecreationHour. Conklin. Couple will make their home at Flamingo Cay.

(Islander Photo)
SUNDAY: .. I
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. ...
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. "- ... Real Estate Sales of Holmes Beach recently pur-
5:30 Chapel Choir. """! p.m. :: chased"the former B. Fogarty
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ott-
Stanley
TUESDAY 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. .. ..... -- .-N-... man of Whitehall, Mich have homestead at 3101 Riverview I

: Boulevard, Bradenton, from
7:30 Chapel Choir. purchased Lot 9 in Laguna
p.m. .
WEDNESDAY: Maria Subdivision from Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hu-

7:30 p.m. Prayer,& Bible Study. and Mrs. Gordon W. Johnstonof ber and Mr. and Mrs. Merle O. I
Holmes Beach. Sale was Leavens for a stamp-indicated I

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH ISLANDERS ABROAD. Left to right are Earl and Sally Lloyd, made by Ralph Parrish;Real- price of $21,500. The transaction
(NoH-Dtnominurionol I) Althea De Noyelles, and Marie and Mort Clark in picture 'tor, of Anna Maria. was negotiated by Ruth

Rev. Richard, K. Wiggins, Pastor taken in Spain during recent trip of Conquistadors and othersto Mahar of Mahar Realty, Real-
that country. Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. White tors.

THURSDAY: -
7:30 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. 'I
FRIDAY: New Home ?

10:00 a.m. Smoked Mullet Sale at jealousy or no money
IGA & Church Parking Lot. friend It takes thirteen facial muscles to Let Us Do Your Landscapingwith
SUNDAY: smile and forty-seven to frown.
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. your shiny new customized But a lot of people evidently don't .

10:00 a.m. Sunday School. candyapplered mind the extra muscular activity,
6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth jaguar fortheywalkaround looking nasty SHRUBS & PALMS
Fellowship. with the allwhiteleather and glum. They don't realize that J

7:00 p.m. Sr. Youth Fellowship. interior is reallya they are neglecting one of their for ISLAND Growing
MONDAY: most attractive assets. .
sleek beautiful cari t .
9:30 a.m. Deaconess Meeting. JAMES KINDER AND LEE GRAHAM
4:00 p.m. Youth Conference.: almost NURSERYr
PHELPS
7:30 p.m. Older Youth Meeting. got one myselfbut
TUESDAY: i boughta PINE AVENUE PHONE 778.1501

6:30 p.m. Couple's Club. __ candy bar
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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN .-- deWolf
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Rev. Frank E. Lyerly Pastor

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I ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
Houses suitable for Island climate'
Licensed Electrical Contractors
FOR SALE '
f and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
Snapper and Pine Streets
estimates
: Additions. Trustworthy
Electric Wiring FixturesL given.NORMAN .
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I 1i ill- j/ (ROY) FERGUSONDay ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
\ 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410. Home 778.2591

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Protect Your Real Estate Investment
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SPRING AVENUE HOME purchased recently by Mr.and Mrs.A. PROPERTY: BETWEEN HIGHWAY & GULF
C. Marenco of Tampa from Mr.and Mrs. Jesse R. Ingramof
Anna Maria. Transaction was negotiated by Jack Marshall, 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, COMPLETELY FURNISHED

Look For These Signs Anna Maria Realtor. (Islander Photo) HOME, WITH ATTACHED TWO BEDROOM COMPLETELY -
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FURNISHED APARTMENT. ALL ON
INCOME PROPERTY Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts!
FOUR DUPLEXES with Air. TWO LOTS. CLOSE TO STORES.

Conditionlng..Completely Furnished
-Deep Well on Property BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

Supplies 22 Homes. Room for Coquina Building Phone 778-1333

Expansion. $9,000 Income- HARRY M. RIFE SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
r Price $55.000, $20,000 Down.
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR Anna Maria, Florida
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Anna Maria Phone 778-1341
BUSINESSESLAUNDRY
i & DRY CLEANING LOVELY PRIVATE HOMETWO

BUSINESS-Doing exceptionally 74th StreetTHREE
.; well. Couple Is Retiring-Will CANAL FRONT BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA -

I SelU.$22,000.$10,000 DOWN. BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LARGE LIVING I ROOM, LARGE AND UNUSUAL KITCHEN WITH
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HAVE A BUSINESS DOING ROOM,SCREENED PORCH IN"LIKE-NEW"CONDITION. DINING AREA, TWO SCREENED PORCHES AND ONE-
CAR CLOSED GARAGE. WELL-LANDSCAPED 80 X 80
$20,000 NET ANNUALLYWILL -
. TERRAZZO FLOORS THROUGHOUT. CARPORT AND
J" REQUIRE $50,000 DOWN LOT. OIL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING. ALMOST
. PAYMENT-GOOD TERMS AND UTILITY ROOM. LARGE, WELL LANDSCAPED LOT.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT
CONDITIONS FOR LEARNING PRICED AT $23,500 FOR QUICK SALE. GOOD TERMS.
CONDITION. CLOSE TO GULF IN HOLMES BEACH.
THIS ENTERPRISECONSULTUSI
: JOHN B. PROTHERO ASKING PRICE $25,000.

.* REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS .
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INCOME PROP'ERTYGULF 116 81st STREET' TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
FRONT DUPLEX-Two
Bedrooms in Each ApartmentCB Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
WE HAVE LISTINGS MANY FINE HOMES
{ Construction. 100 Ft. Sea-
walled Property, 200 Ft. deep. PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500. IF YOU

, Room for Expansion..$32,000-
ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED
$10,000 Down. Easy Terms. NEW FINGERin
} HOME, LET US SHOW.. YOU THESE.
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fI BEST.2 B.R. HOUSE BUY OF ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
THE WEEK

t $10,500 WILL BUY THIS NICE E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
MODERN 2 BEDROOM CB HOME
WITH TERRAZZO FLOORS, HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP. LUANA ISLES
") TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING

I ROOM,CARPORT AND EXTRA 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

"t OUTSIDE GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD-EASY SHOWER ROOM- Half Block From Gulf

J TERMS, $2,500 DOWN.
Here It Is
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$100
i BEST 3 B.R. HOUSE BUY OF LOTS

THE WEEK Bonus House No. 8 DOWNt
$1,500 DOWN BUYS THIS MOD t
ERN 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $25 AMONTH Includes Interest r

HOME WITH CENTRAL HEATING
AND SEPARATE DINING ;1- ...-- ... PAVED STREETS
ROOM. BOAT RIGHTS ON
CANAL. PAYMENTS $110 MO. I

City Water On RequestALSO

4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME
CENTRAL HEATING, ALL-
ELECTRIC KITCHEN, LARGE 503--71st--Holmes Beach
I LIVING ROOM WITH WALL TO NON-WATERFRONT LOTS

WALL CARP ET.16 x 24 PORCH Open Today & EverydayFOR
HOME IS ONLY TWO YEARS Available r
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i OLD, and SACRIFICE PRICE \.\ ,
I OF $21,500 INCLUDES, ALL YOUR INSPECTION. THIS BEAUTIFULLY "
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MODERN FURNITURE. DOWN FEATURE FOR
APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY
I PAYMENT $3,500, BALANCEON Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges
EASY TERMS. EASY MODERN LIVING: TWO OVERSIZED BED-

f SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
e e e ROOMS AND TWO LOVELY TILE BATHS; THE
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
ONLY $7,800 BUYS THIS TWO
LAST WORD IN FINE KITCHEN CABINETS AND
BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME
CLOSE TO THE BEACH. IF FIXTURES.KING SIZED GARAGE, UTILITY ROOM

IT SEEMS UNBELIEVABLE,
PATIO REACHED THROUGH
AND SCREENED
WE SUGGEST YOU COME AND

i TAKE A LOOK AT IT. SLIDING GLASS DOORS FROM THE SPACIOUS
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e e e LIVING ROOM. NINETY-FIVE FOOT LOT BEAU- Walter S. Hardin I

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS
.4. TIFULLY PLANTED LAWN AND SHRUBBERY,
Realty Company
-- 75 x 100 BEACH LOT 9000. WITH NATIVE TREES. PRICED AT ONLY-

50 x 200 BEACH LOT, $7,000. Realtors

150x155 BEACH LOT, 21500., $15,750

100 x 100 BEACH LOT. 16000.. .
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LIBERAL FINANCING
t 50 x 100 LOTS $1,700 each,
$100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH. NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
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75 x 100 LOTS, $2.500 each, NEEDS-AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE.
$150 DOWN, $15 PER MONTH. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756

ROYALE INC.
.. KEY FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307

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!' 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, August 2, 1962

...Velda Ludwig and family of Indianapolis. I

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ...Mr. and Mrs. Zollie P. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

Jackson and family of Fort Meade
44 Tit plctuont, sure to tee one's name in print."-LOKD BTBOH ...Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. Cole of H....... Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

Eagle Lake...Mr. and Mrs. Mich-

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs. PALM COURT:Mr. and,Mrs. Cass ael Nester and Carol of Pittsburgh ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

S. romgahos and Mr. and Mrs. S. Peurifoyjr. of Bradenton...Jack ...Mr. and Mrs. F. R. DiBenedet- ,

Chaltis of Silver Spring Md...Mr. Key and Bill Davis of Bradenton... to of McKees Rocks, Pa...Mr and "" x

and Mrs. R. W. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Day of Bradenton. Mrs. Leo J. Rubinas and children of YOUR MONEY Luncheonette i

family,.Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Adams ...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gavin Jr. Lake Alfred..Dorothy Pugh of \

and family, and Mr. and Mrs. R. of Dover...Mr. and Mrs. Eddie R. Rich land, Wash...Mr. and Mrs. COMPLETE BUYS MORE Fountain Service

L. Adams, all of Avon Park...Mrs. Greer of Trussville, Ala...Rev and James Harman and family of Hom-

Ruby E. Norris and family of Frost- Mrs. R. V. Bridges of Cincinnati... osassa. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. ,, Toiletries Stationery

proof..Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. Youn- Mrs.Zelma Fussell and Mr and Mrs. Winklejohn of Orlando...Mr. and

ger of Orlando. Prentice Rowe of Chattanooga.EAST Mr. and Mrs. D. K. MacPhersonand LINE Magazines and Books

ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. family of Sandstone Va...Mr.

Oscar F. Joiner of Wauchula...Mr. G. C. Duncan and son of Millers- and Mrs. Tom Hutcherson of Anderson Beach Wear

burg Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. August lad and daughter...Mr.and
and Mrs; Arthur L. Crawford and IN A REAL
Mrs. Arthur Garrell White of Huntington
Crossos and three grandsons of
daughter of Wauchula...Mr. and
W. Va...Mr. and Mrs. DRUG STORE General! Sundries
Mrs. L. W. Dunson of Winter Haven Mound 111..Mr.and Mrs. G.G ul-
denschuh and family of Rome, Ga. Frank Mower and daughter Sandraof
...Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Lee andf

a m 11 y of Lake Wales...Mr. andJ. ...Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chestnut of Louisiana, Mo.
L Allegro and family of Lake Lakeland and family. ZANDER COTTAGE:Mr. and Mrs. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Wales...Mrs. Ruth Reed and familyof NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and party of Sycamore, Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB Pharmacist

Gibsonton. Frank J. Roderus of Tampa...Mr. Ga.COLE

and Mrs. Dewey W. Gouechtan of APARTMENTS: Mrs. Ethel
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs.
William G. Bourne of Loveland Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. W. Turner of Lake Wales. ANNUAL

L. McNevine of Tampa...Mr. and SANS SOUCfc Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shee-
Mrs.F.M.Gustafsonof Tinley Park liam Murrell of Winter Haven.
han of Detroit...Robert Strange and
Butch Curry of Mulberry. 111..Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. SUNS WEPT APARTMENTS: CLEARANCE SALEREDUCED

Schultz and family of Cincinnati... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huckaby of
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Haub of Wauchula... Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Coyle of Hamilton Lakeland. .

R. B. McGinnis of Bradenton...Mr. Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.

and Mrs. Charles Kauns of Del Ray Meadow Dayton, Ohio...Mr.and Jesse A. Albritton of Gibsonton.. .

Beach...Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Por- Mrs. Ralph E. Merssmer of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Mathews of FAMOUS NAME-BRAND SWIM SUITS

of and ...Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Furman of Plant City.PRINCESS.
ecca Edison. N. J. .Mr.
Coral Gables. MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Mrs. Ronald McKenney of Milford
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. E. Yarbrough of Ft. Meade... DRESSES BLOUSES
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Peter Panzin
and William Latshaw of Mr. and Marvin McMichael of
Mrs. St. Mrs.
of and
Jersey City, N. J.. Mr. Mrs.
Mich. Ill...Mr and Mrs. SLACKS SHORTS SKIRTS
W. J. Bi ker of Tampa...Mrs. A. Joseph Sparta Joseph
BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS of Gardendale Ala.
Childs and Mrs.S. Warren of El : Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. MelC. King of Bowl- SHORT
Paso Texas...Mr.and Mrs.Charles SETS
Can n a d y of Lakeland. ..Mr. and ing Green Ohio...Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. White of

Mrs. Charles B. Hardtke of Cincinnati. Floyd M. Harnage of Haines City.S. Holmes Beach left Tuesday for New-

S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. port News, Va., where they have an i SHOP IN-AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-

SW ARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: and Mrs. Neill K. McNeill of Decatur invitation from the Captain of the

Ga.CHARLIN. JAMES MONROE,the country'snewest -
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Turner of Birmingham -

Ala...Everett Swam of VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. nuclear-powered submarine to

U. S. Naval Station Mayport. 'Roger Fuller of Ft. Wayne Ind... attend the launching of the ship on .

Mr. and Mrs. R. Durrance of Wau- Saturday. Their son, Lt. (j.g.) Edward "

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE chula. White has been assigned to the Layaway r .. Phone

PLAY ENCANTADA: Mr. and ship as assistant firing officer. Plan 778-1161
s R.-mcn
4 women
( PAYMENT REQUIRED) o e e
Mrs. Jeffries and family of Bradenton. -
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beard and
two
EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 50* ...Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Weis- ....iiiiiiiiii___.iiiii il Ii
children of Wadsworth Ohio recently m-------------..
gerber and family of Bradenton. ---- -.--------
FOR RENTS 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, un- spent a week visiting Mr. ----rr- ..----_-..
furnished, decking faeiliU.. MAHAR APARTMENTS Mr. and ---- .: _--- ONLY
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lease, SI 25 p.r month. Walter S. Hwrdin Yearly Beard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ===== rrrr.rrr rrZ -..:
Mrs. T. H. Moxley and family of .--- I ----
Realty Co,, R.altor.
778-1010._ Beard of Bradenton Beach. ====.t\ =. PHILCOt
LOOKING Tampa. ---- ----.
FOR small Island
cottageor rrro
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lot as trade in on n.w 3 BR, 2 bath DONA DEI: Mrs. Elaine Stickles :====. .......:=====
home Mrs. John B. Carothers of Bradenton -
oy.rlookingWhitfi.ld Golf Course. ------ ""r"
Move right in, No Costs-i75 month. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Denton ---r -------- GIVES YOUNOISELESS
better known to most Islandersas -: :--------rr---
01778.1898.} of Bradenton. :==:=====-r.r r____.
ISLANDER Sophie Carothers Bra den ton -
PHOTOS As an add.d ser -
vice to our readers, S by 7 enlargements CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beach City Clerk wants to -SssssssssssssssExclusive -
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN Kruse and family of Dayton, Ohio. express
DER are available at $1.25.ach. Writes her thanks to everyone for their expressions -

THE 778-2021.ISLANDER_, Anna Maria or Phon. LAY-Z-LW-N MOTEL: Mr. and of sympathy and their 10'1'110' ..tile IHSt.wutefiAIR

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Mrs. Charley Thompson and familyof many kindnesses to her followingthe Cessmer Feature
Mowing, edging trimming. Lake Alfred...Mr and Mrs. J. recent death of her husband. CHARGER
Floors cleaned polished.
washed and oil.d.and Prompt and Windows efficient O. Allen of Avon Park...Mr. and

furnish.d.K.nF.Uow.service. Reasonable .rates-references Phon. 778-2894 Mrs. G. W. Bowen of Ft. Meade... Your beat news coverage of Island Air Of. Course
aft.r 4t30. Lois Hurst and party of Lake Wales affairs The lander. Conditioning \
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sal. & Ser :
,,1c.. Bradenton Beach Fir. Dept. I
Frank Beard. 778.1431.TWO ISLAND TV 778-1703
BEAUTIFUL LOTS___n.ar_Gulf on IF YOU CAN'T FIND IT AT THE i

north point of Longboat Kay, zoned for
Multiple Dwelling ONLY $4.5001 Walt.r
S.Hardin Realty Co., Realtors. 778-101O. ISLAND VARIETY STOREIT NEW SHIPMENT A

HOME&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
While you are away-a weekly Check
ing of house for any troubles that might CAN'T BE HAD
develop air house, and water house
plants. FREE ESTIMATES on any Additional MOSaic TII JOrd
Services. Close your house..
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN. FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL 0.
Any Refurbishing or Yard Car.
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PAT A MAX HUBER 778-2012
BOX 523 Phon. 778-2143
Anna Maria Home 778-1772
FOR QUICK SALES Large house with R.C.SCHUCHARDBOHDED..MASTER
two bedrooms, large living room, double
garage. 400 Gull Drive. Bra d.n loa PLUMBER'S LICENSE
B..cb. Furnished at ONLY $8,500.
THANKS AGAIN for your' support of PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES PUMPS
REPAIRS r'
.. ( NO P 778.1020
our SMOKED MULLET .a1. W. will $
b. selling the delicious,fresh, SMOKED 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH _; L
MULLET again this Friday at the IGA
and the Roser Parking Lot beginning at
10 A.M. W. plan to have more fish available
this u...BAKED GOODS will alee
advance be on sale order at the and IGA.deliveries.Call 778-2882 Ross for NOW! 20 0al. OALV.QARSAGE .



Youth lawn$25 FOR weekly.and Fellowships.RENTS picnic Also Efficiency table one,apartment on Sarasota with yearly.shady Bay. !(Bag Xrea S Insurance CAN

Phone 7782776.
WANTED TO RENTS In Holmes Beach is the Made of galvanized sheet steel.
bedroom
or Anna Maria unfurnished two
house by year. Must b. neat and have Side heavily corrugated for
yard. Write P.O.Box 1295 Bradenton
or phone 778-2639.. ___ extra rigidity. Side handles.
lid. Stock limited
FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH-. Song fitting
Duplexes, plus large 2-Bearoom Home J L Brand.
with oa. b.droo. ...r'_.at. Large
screened porch gang and bootport.On 99
3 comer Iota only .block to beach
or to shopping cots Small Down Payasnt ONE STOP SOURCEFOR REG. ,
owner will take .ort..... Call 5'Dobbe's
3.49
778-1 442,or Write SR 55O9 Brad. Beach.
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnishes
air-conditioned apartment on the Gulf
175 .... month en yearly basis. Walter Island Hardware
S.Hardin JUalty Co.Realtors.778-1010.

FOR SALE OR RENT NiceTbedro'.. & Marine SupplyIf

Home dl Uomor ,778.1530148-0651.. Closed garage. 2air MORE THAN 50 TYPES OF INSURANCE COVERAGE it's Gcaercl Hardware or Hoestvarcs.or GorJc Svpplies wt have It-
planted lot. Call .
will get.it for you- 778.2811AUTORIZE
ALTERATIONS oe all kia el cloth* 778-Uf7 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778.1548.
in.. Dressmakina. Drapes. Mrs. Freak \ COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
-Boar Phone 778-1431. CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON \ AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYI






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