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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 9, 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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: THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND \ONGBUBOF

1:1::1 Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good FLA.HIST- .


,;i' No. 561 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUGUST 9. 1962 TEN CENTS




r i i: Anna Maria Tax Rate To Be 4.8 Mills




l' 1962-63 City Budget Raised $4,219 To $46,601 I
,
Bradenton Beach RVfq City's Largest, Many Expenditures Increased

Meeting 1 ft r w At the regular August meet- timated the return from the
of the Anna Maria City County on the road and bridgetax
With two members absent, a ing
of Braden- Commission Monday evening, account to be $4,500, bud-
brief meeting the U6E OUR HEwri iEACH;FOR PfCWCSANO
i I ton Beach City Council was s BATHING-AT. ; YOUR OWN RISK a city budget for the 1962-63 get figures released by the
J held Thursday evening. Vice .E, fiscal year was tentatively ap- County Commission recently
t Mayor Henry Meunier and KEEP IT CLEANY proved. show the city's share to be
r Total budget for the will $8,638, nearly double the est-
Councilman John Q. Adamsare 1 'fi $AMATEEtr NTXG CITIZENS year
vacationing away from the be $46,601, an increase over imate.
city. Present at the meetingwere that of the current year of Estimated expenditures are:
Mayor Vic Reinel and $4,219. The ad valorem tax Electricity, $2,000; city pier
Councilmen Arthur Elia and levied by the city will remainat repairs and maintenance, $4-
Paul Maggar. 4.8 mills, and is expected to 300; water, $350; telephone,
Principal business at the yield income of $26,156. Increased $30; salaries, $11,000;
a meeting was a discussion with 4 i: income from the city streets, drainage, etc., $15-
Director Larry Rhodes of the tax will be approximately$1- 000; community hall mainten-
ance, $800; office supplies,
County Anti-Mosquito District ;T
000.Other
:
about the possibility of'pur- : estimated income is as $586; legal and auditing expense -
chasing a new mosquito fog- follows: Occupational licenses $800; insurance, $1-
ger by the city. $3,500; building per- 700; repairs and maintenanceof
Rhodes recommended pur- 'TAKING FORMAL POSSESSION of the recently purchased mits, $500; city pier rental, equipment, $1,200; reserve
chase of a new machine rather south end of the Island Friday are Manatee County officialsleft $600; cigarette tax returns, for new equipment, $1,200; legal -
than an overhaul of the city's ( to right) County Commissioner Earl Bibey,County Eng- $4,500; franchise payments of advertising, $200; police
c and said Florida Power & Light Co., maintenance, $1,400; miscel-
present equipment, ineer John Benson and County Attorney Kenneth W. Cleary.
fie,considered the Seeburg fogger (Islander Photo) $3,200; community hall ren- laneous expenses, $900; fed-
to be the best available. tal, $110; miscellaneous receipts eral old age tax and adminis- .

Cost of a new machine will be Filed Tax Returns $1,000; police fines, trative expense, $350; contin-
Foreclosure Suit Cigarette
$1,175, less an allowance of $200; road and bridge tax returns gencies, $700; mosquito con-
about $185 for the old equip- On Gulf To Bay MotelA Cigarette taxes returned to $4,500, and sale of a city trol, $750; Island Youth Cen-
ment. foreclosure suit the Island cities for collect- owned lot on Bay Boulevard, ter, $1,000; city parks and
mortgage ions made in June are as follows beautification, $2,335.
will discuss $2,335. .
Council members -
against the owners of the Gulfto
I the purchase with sales- : Anna Maria, $410; Bra- Although the commission es-
Bradenton
Motel
Bay ,
I denton Beach, $686; Holmes
men for a Tampa company Beach, was filed last week by
Beach $607 and
Longboat
which handles the foggers.A "Shorty" Ketchersideand Holmes Beach MeetingA
Floyd Key, $577.'Road Post 24 Team Wins At
similar machine was pur-
Eva Ketcherside Tawas
chased by the City of, Anna Miami TournamentA request for commercial
Beach. -
City, Mich and Holmes -
& Bridge Tax zoning on property in Holmes
Maria. 'The action was filed against ninth-inning rally, in which Beach owned by William
Rhodes said that because of Mrs. Betty L.Richards,widowof Returns To Cities two runs were scored by Bra- Schweppe, Steve Raymond andF.

recent high tides Islanders Brandon optometrist Dr. County Budget figures for the aenton Post 24 Junior Amer- A. Riles, failed to pass at
could expect an influx weekend.In of mos-. Lamar M.Richards, and exec- 1962-63 fiscal year, released ican Legion baseball team, a meeting of the Holmes Beach
quitoes starting last utrix of his estate. Also namedas last week showed amounts to was the deciding factor in the Board of Aldermen Tuesday
other action Council:Deferred defendants in the suit were be returned to the Island cities team's victory over Jackson- evening.
action on the passageof William H. Boggess, now ser- from the collections of ville at Miami Monday even- Although a quorum of the
a new city for building code.bills ving a life sentence in Florida County Road and Bridge taxesas ing in the State American board was present, it was rul-
Approved payment, State Prison for the confessed follows: Anna Maria, $8- Legion Baseball Finals. The ed that Alderman Harold M.
totaling $888. for contributions murder of Richards, and his 638; Bradenton Beach, $5- locals wound up on top of a Chick Chapman, president of
Tabled -
requests the Island'Youth wife, Mrs. Dorothy L. Akers 242; Holmes Beach, $16,635, 5 to 4 score. the board, who was acting as
F by Center the city and to the De Soto: Boggess. and Longboat Key, $15,839.the Gary Trapp became the heroof mayor, had no vote. A vote on
Slaying of Richards by Bog-. the game when he broughtin a matter of zoning must pass
Celebration Committee.schedulesfor gess took place at the motel court for an accounting of the tying and winning runs by a four fifths vote of the
Approved vacation on Saturday, June 30. Only a the amounts due them, for a with a single after two were board.
city employees. few days prior to the murder, lien in their favor, and that a out. Trapp also starred on the The board voted to pay a $400
the property had been conveyed receiver be.. pointed to manage mound for Bradenton, comingon contribution voted previouslyto
Herb's Beachview to Dr. and Mrs. Richardsby the motel until the fore- in the third inning to relieve the Island Chamber of Com-
Owner ArrestedOn Boggess and his wife. closure. Tim Johnson, who load- merce; voted a contribution of
Wednesday, August 1, The complaint alleges that The complaint asks that defendants ed the bases with two away. $250 to the De Soto celebra-
Herbert Housewert of Bradenton Dr. and Mrs. Richards agreedto be allowed an oppor- Trapp induced the first batterhe tion, and tabled a request fora
Beach, owner-operator of assume the mortgage pay- tunity to pay amounts due faced to fly out. contribution of $1,000 to the
Herb's Beachview Tavern, ments on the'motel, but that a within a short time, and that, Jacksonville scored two runs Island Youth Center.In .
was arrested by Bradenton default has occurred in the in default, the property be sold off Johnson in the second, and
Beach Police Chief Snooks payments. It further states and proceeds be applied to the single scores off Trapp in the the ninth, Charles Willey
d Adams, and charged with sell- that Mrs. Richards is the pre- amounts due the plaintiffs. fourth and sixth. started things when he singled
ing and serving an alcoholic sent owner of the property, anda During the preceding week, Post 24 scored its first runs with one away. Gil Smith dou-
beverage to a minor. He was balance of $70,000 is due on Mrs. Richards filed a suit against in the fifth, when Rick Hutch- bled and runners were on sec-
released after posting a cash the $85,000 purchase price under the Boggesses in Hills- inson drove in Johnny Cagnina ond and third. Richard Trapp
bond of $500 at Bradenton terms of of a contract between borough County Circuit Court, who reached base on a field- flied out for the second out, and
Beach City Office, where a the Ketchersides and asking in excess of $50,000 er's choice, and Skip Lujack, then Gary Trapp drove home
hearing on the charges was Mr. and Mrs. Boggess.In damages for the death of her who had singled. Bradentonthen both base runners with a sin-
scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wed- the suit, the plaintiffs ask husband. trailed by 3 to 2. A Jacksonville gle.The
nesday, August 8, when Mayor score in the sixth Island is:well represented -
Victor Reinel will act as Judgein made it 4 to 2. on the Legion team, with

the Bradenton Beach Muni- } In the eighth, Bradenton outfielders Johnny Cagnina,
:
.
': 'It- ,-' ,-':, scored within Rick Hutchinson and Jack Hutchinson -
cipal Court. ; % .x,_ again to pull up
Myrtle Carroll, a waitressat Si'l:4) ': ,:1" one run of a tie. The run came first baseman Bob
,the tavern, was arrested by ;..r"I. :' >:', :.<'. when Richard Trapp came Hawkins, bat boy Dennis Crum
Adams on the same charge, : home on a sacrifice fly by Lu- and assistant manager Stewart

and required to post the same { jack._._ -- Hawkins. .
bond. Her case will be heardat
the same time as that of her
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

employer. Adams in the investigation -
Assisting T_ ..
p r tvr Water Rolnfell
of the case were '
Deputy Sheriff Bill Fort and Sam Noon 6pm High
State Beverage Agent D. C.
Coburn. :July 31--84 90 86 90 88 None
August 1--84 78 81 84 88 1.95
THE ISLANDER is now August 2--78 90 86 92 86.85 I
on sale in Bradenton at August 3--86 93 86 93 88 None
Sharp's Drug Store in AugBft4* --84 92 86 92 88 .3

the Professional Build Interesting rock garden, a recently installed feature on the August 5--84 92 86 92 88 None
ing at Manatee Avenue grounds of the Holmes Beach City Office. (Islander Photo) August--86 92 86 92 88 .2
and llth Street West.






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I y 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday August 9, 1962

''t The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA The Insecticide CrisisBy -

I TELEPHONE. 7782021Editor. Steve deWolfIt Sunrise and the Roadon

1 was a strange Spring. No

) .................................STEVE KIMBALL iPRI&+ song birds were singing.
, r'nt p Fields of grass lay brown and the sand at morning
1 News and advertising............MARGE KIMBALL o o dead. Fishermen no longer long I stood and watchedthe
ry stood along the banks of white-fire sun
Mail Address Anna Maria, Florida y1pN
r it streams and ponds, because invade the global sky:

Subscription $3.50 a year $2.00 for six months, payable In ... ...\\....\....>.. ../ there were no fish. The farm-
"t ad vane*-Canada, $5.00 per,year. ers complained that their live-
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for i, ,, stock was suffering from some shafts of the new bright
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. .. ,..", "., \ unknown disease. Even the light stabbed, like sabers,
.! National or agency placed advertising $1.25. per column inch. # ") doctors were puzzled at the through the shaggy outlineof

...................-,....-.-.-. ,- ... spread of illnesses among spindle-topped pines;
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their patients. It was a strange
i ( AMEIUN! NEWSMrll ICriESCRTJlTIYES
; buzzed
Spring. Few insects ,
f @, ;: flew, or crawled. There was and I wondered about the
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY f only a death-like stillness over essence of the world

'. : i the land. which is for me a point

An Independent weekly published every Thursday by ........ .... .:'..' '. .... :.>"..'...... :" These are the results. They between sunrise and night;
THE ISLANDER ..i.... .. .'.-"'
PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Marla, Florida -- .....;.. ... '.:. ....'. ;;"' then
1 ... ... fA.t.'j have happened. But what, ,

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. ..,..... could have caused this blight?
.. '. ';" ,, The answer: Man himself.Or then slowly I turned away
......... and walked back
., more accurately, the poi- down
,, sonous man-made chemicals along the tarsilver
Mrs. Robert R. Moses, wife of used in insect control. The road of no returning:
PHYSICIAN HEAL THYSELF !
Anna Maria's
newest city sprays, dusts, and aerosols
f commissioner. (Islander Photo which are used for everythingfrom
1
One of the miracles of modern medicine in this area ) killing the common house for like a gray old man

surely is the Manatee County Medical Society.For fly to blanket spraying of fields once said in truth:
several years now the society has gone unrecognized and orchards.As there's miles yet to go
for an unparalleled success in channeling fifty educated a consequence, what is and work yet to do.Steve.
physicians into a meeting room and coming out with a unan- happening? The ecologicalbalance
imous vote on the most controversial issues. of nature is being up- -- deWolf
In view of their record, which in some ways is as startling set. The air, earth, and water ,,
I as the discovery tranquilizers, it might be worthwhile are being polluted. Plant and
to take a close look at the latest unanimous resolution issued animal life are dying need-
.
from Pill Hill. lessly.

On Sunday the society announced its members had .. .. And it is not something that Unfortunately, human beingsare
reached perfect accord on their opinion of the current dispute '.' may happen. It is happeningnowl not immune. Insecticidal
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between the nurses and the administrator at Veterans Mem- ---.... .. "L, poisons can enter the body
: ,.,
orial Hospital.It >' t. .., .A>..: "' 'fi This is the basis on which through the nose, the mouth,
.
found, for example, that the five trustees of the hospital \ ':: a ( .... Rachel Carson, author of THE or by direct contact with the
R skin. And these chemicalshave
are "capable, outstanding business professional men SEA AROUND US, has writtena
of this who are their time wisdom and been known to cause con-
community, donating .. series of three controver-
experience..." ;'-- sial articles appearing in the vulsions, blindness, impotency I

The members also expressed "gratitude and deepestappreciation" TiiTYv June 16, 23 and 30th issues of and even death. }
for the work being done by the nurses who the New Yorker magazine, under But the most terrifying fact j:{r
continue to work at the hospital. about the poisonous chemicalsin
.......... the title SILENT SPRING.
And finally, the members say they have no reasonable .. :'. Our environment, the author sprays is that they may
doubt that this whole dispute has been engineered by an out- ...'.:, ; says is being contaminated well be linked with cancer.
side force, something which runs counter to their principles. .. "'" insidiously by the deadly They may be one of the causesof
There is no doubt the doctors mean well in patting on the \ chemicals used in insecticidal cancer.If .
back the trustees, even though many of the physicians could sprays and dusts. And this insects are not controlled

not name the five board members; and the working nurses I .-- M contamination and pollution is chemically, how should they be
must have sifted some praise from the resolution, althoughmore destroying the useful plant and dealt with? "There are other
than fifty who signed a grievance petition, and are still animal life around us at a fantastic ways of attaining reasonable
working must think the society stands in a peculiar way to rate. control of insects," the author

SHOWS 'gratitude and deepest appreciation..." Insect control, at present, believes "without contamina-
What sticks in the craw, however, is the effrontery of the s does more harm than good, ting the world and endangering -
society in writing off the dispute as being agitated from the : she claims. Toxic sprays kill its life..All of them have
outside and then referring to this outside influence as a "real off far more life than they are this in common--they are bio-
threat to local control of the hospital." intended to kill. Moreover, logical solutions based on an

Grievances listed by the nurses are not solely the com- residues resulting from repe- understanding of the living
plaints of the nurses, but of a community, as many people s titive large scale spraying organisms that they seek to
have pointed out, and they are grievances which were pre- lodge in the tissues of plants control..." Many of these bio-
valent during the administration of J. C. Fletcher Jr., who and wildlife; this may ultima- logical methods are undergoing -

was fired in March, 1960, and have continued under the administration "- tely bring about the mass deathof laboratory experimentation. -
of Victor Sledge.At nature. .
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no time in our recollection has the Medical Society .. t,..: ; Herein lies the real danger of Carson does not believethat
taken the initiative in this problem. Nor have the doctors \ .llf. i (insect control--the poisonous all insecticiding should be

ever developed a public relations program that will appraisethe l chemicals have been placed in discontinued immediately. In-
citizens of hospital matters.An 1tI1f" the hands of men who use them'promiscuously stead, she advocates a pro-

exception was several years ago, when a bond issue .'. with no reali- gram of insect control basedon
was asked for hospital expansion. At that time many of the I \.... ..' .'t zation of their potential.killingpower. selective less frequent
county physicians took to the soapbox to persuade freeholdersa fj' ..''Wri, ;".f The new sprays have spraying with milder chemi-
larger hospital was needed for the growing population, and '. i given them a sense of power cals, until the biologicalmeans

they, the physicians, needed more equipment and room for tIr over nature. are developed.Miss .
their patients.The Manufacturers of pesticidesmust Carson ends her arti-
freeholders provided the money with overwhelming constantly create new cle by saying"The public must
'approval. And not one plumber or business went to the County ones, since the insects, decide whether it wishes to
Commission the next day and asked for the same thing-- through rapid reproductionand continue on the present road,
money from the taxpayers for some equipment and tools, plusa their genetic make-up, and it can do so.only when it
new modern building to work in, so they also could increase soon become immune to the is in full possession of the

their own business and income. 'PJ ak 4 Y poison, as was the case with facts. In the words of the
The County's physicians, if proud of their unanimity, DDT, although it is still usedas French biologist Jean Ros
must also be recognized as being naive. For no intelligent a constituent in many tand, The obligation to endure
taxpayer can accept as valid the Medical Society's criticismof sprays. gives us the right to know.' "
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an outside force or union wresting "local control" from
the hospital. ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Control now is maintained by the American Medical
AUGUSTHIGH- -LOW9 --
Association through the County Medical Society, with the
American Medical Association by-laws the policy of the hos- -. Thur. SsM>> a.m. 1.7 1:46 p.m. 1.0 12.45 p.m. 0.2 11.37 p.m. 0.9
10 Fri. 6.31 ..........
a.m. 1.8 10a22 p.m. 1.0 1&56 p.m. 0.1 -- -
pital, as osteopath Dr. W. S. Horn knows.
11 Sat. 7.25 a.m. 1.9 11a31 p.m. 1.1 12a28 a.m. 0.9 3.00 p.m.0.1
The County Medical Society members receive counsel rThree- 12 Sun. B.19 a.m. 2.1 _uuuu -u__ 1a23 a.m. 1.0 3a54 p.m.0.3
from the State Medical Society and the National Headquarters, 13 Mon. 12&10 a.m. 1.1 9a12 a.m. 2.2 2a17 a.m. 1.0 4.41 p.m..0.4
and in turn, report their doings to the State and National 14 Tue. 12&32 a.m. 1.1 10.02 a.m. 2.3 3.10 a.m. 1.0 Ss23 p.m..0.4

Boards. r 15 Wed. 12a43 a.m. 1.1 10a52 a.m. 2.4 4.02 a.m. 0.9 6.02 p.m..0.4
When President Kennedy's Medicare program appearedto 16 Thur. 12a58 a.m. 1.1 11a41 a.m. 2.3 4a55 a.m. 0.8 6:39 p.m..0.3
be attracting the support of retired residents of Manatee 17 Fri. 1.20 a.m. 1.2 12&32 p.m. 2.2 5150 a.m. 0.6 7.15 p.m.0.2
County, the AMA and the County Medical Society brought in 18 Sat. h47 a.m. 1.3 1&25 p.m. 2.0 6.47 a.m. 0.5 7.4' p.m. 0.1
its outside force--in the person of the articulate Dr. Annis, 19 Sun. 2.18 a.m. 1.5 2a23 p.m. I.B 7.48 a.m. 0.4 B.25 p.m. 0.3
and promoted his appearance at the Bradenton Auditorium. 20 Mon. 2a54 a.m. 1.6 3a28 p.m. 1.5 8a55 a.m. 0.3 9a01 p.m. 0.5
How can fifty intelligent doctors 21 Tue. 3a34 a.m. 1.7 4a48 p.m. 1.2 10.08 a.m. 0.2 9a39 p.m. 0.7
unanimously support 22 Wed. 4.23 a.m. 1.8 6.59 p.m. 1.0 11.31 a.m. 0.1 10.24 p.m. 0.9
two positions which are contrary to each other--Dr. W. E. 23 Thur. Ss22 1.0
0.11II. 1.9 9.39 p.m. 1.1 1.00 p.m. 0.0 11.23 p.m.
Wentzel's statement that no nurses' jobs are in jeopardy, 2.c Fri. 6.29 a.m. 1.9 10.44 p.m. 1.1 2&21 p.m..0.1 -----"- --'
and Administrator Sledge's action in firing five nurses the 25 Sat. 7a39 a.m. 1.9 11.23 p.m. 1.2 12&35 a.m. 1.0 3a26 p.m..0.1,
following week? 26 Sun. 8a45 a.m. 2.0 11.55 p.m. 1.2 1.47 a.m. 1.0 4.15 p.m.0.2
How can the Medical Society give support to a statement 27 Mon. 9.40 a..... 2.0 --- -------.. 2&46 a.m. 1.0 4.55 p.m.0.2
by the hospital administrator that he cannot raise professional 28 Tue. 12&16 a.m. 1.2 10a26 a.m. 2.1 3.35 a.m. 0.8 5127 p.m..0.1
nurses' salaries without giving everybody in the hospital, 29 Wed. 12&26 a.m. 1.1 l1a07 oar 2.1 4a18 a.m. 0.7 Ss53 p.m. 0.0
including the floor sweepers, an increase in pay? 30 Thur. 12a29 a.m. 1.2 11.45 a.m. 2.0 4a58 a.m. 0.6 6a18 p.m. 0.1
If the Medical Society is interested in Island scenes as they 31 Fri. 12&38 a.m. 1.2 12&22 p.m. 2.0 5137 a.m. 0.5 6.42 p.m. 0.2
performing a
community service it appeared to Islander Photo- For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read.
might
stop trying to anesthetize the
taxpayers. grapher Rene Redon. Ings, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.I" .






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LEGAL NOTICE C OF C CONTRIBUTORS


CITY OF ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Contributors last week to

'TOTAL' VALUATION, 116:.............-........................................l79.820.00 the Chamber of Commerce
Welcome Center project were ,
NON-HOMESTEAD PROPERTY.............................................15.<<..220.00 i
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY................................................... 1.221,080.00 Mahar Real Estate, John P.
OTHER PROPERTY (Tax Ex.mpt).......................................... 201.520.00 Huth Insurance, Kachudas and
fC.e79.820.00 Hoffman, Jack Holmes, Ger- I

BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR M2.1..3 trude Blassingame, Ralph H. / + rtv 4'L
mCowE Parrish, and Holmes Constr-
ESTIMATED
uction Co. The fund is climb-

Ad Valor. Tax (4.8" Kills)...................................................$ 26.1 S8.26 Ing satisfactorily, and a meet-
Occupational License.......................................................... 3500.00
Building Pamlto................................................................. 500.00 ing of the committee to ass-
City Pier Rrat.................................................................... 60O.OO ess results to date will be
Hood i Bride!! Tax (SPECIAL ACCOUNT............................ 4.500.0O
daaratU Tax.................................................................... 4500.00 held at the Island Bank Thurs-
Florida Power 4 Light Co. Fra chla....................................... 3.200.00 day afternoon.
Community Hail Rt........................................................... 110.00
UisceUaneous Rocrslpt/.N.................................................. 1.000.00
Police Fines...................................................................... 200.00 UNICEF CHRISTMAS CARDS
Sola of Bay 81..... Property (Lot 5, Blk. 41, AMB S/B)............... 2335.00
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.46.601.26 The Manatee County Chapterof I
the American Associationfor I
ESTIMATED EXPENSEStE1.ctrlclty.N.
the United Nations has announced ROSER CHURCH YOUNG PEOPLE as they were getting ready
....................................................................... 2,000.00.city receipt of the first leave for Youth Conference
Pier,(For 1..3/... Piling & Labor).................................. 4300.00 Monday to at Avon Park sponsored i
M.t.r............................................................................... 350.00 consignment of UNICEF (Unit- by the Florida Federation of Community Churches,under ,
T.1.phone....................................................*.................... 30.00 ed Nations Children's Fund) the leadership of Pastor's Assistant Rick Frost. Left -
Salaries........................................................................... 11000.00 Christmas and to right
Streets, Drainage i .....11a................................................. 15000.00 correspondence are: Dabney Frost, Rick Holley, Dale Woodland, Rick Frost,
Community Hall................................................................. 800.00 cards, as well as some Dale Carlson, John Witt (kneeling), Chris Hoffman Jill Fea-
Office Supplies ft Expense.................................................... 586.26 attractive desk calendars.
Legal ft Audit................................................................-..S 800.00 new gles, Dick Davidson, Susie Wright and Gerald Guild. Hiding
Ins atones..........................................................N N.N N....... 1.700.00 Association members are somewhere in the rear, Dick Frost. Others who attended
Repair ft Maintenance. City Equipment.................................... 1200.00 asked to call 778-2301 for conference, but were not present when picture was taken,
...
Reserve For Purchase of New Equipment (SPECIAL ACCOUNT) 1200.00
Advertising....................................................................... 200.00 their shares of this material.The were: Ted Dickins, Gayle Mellin, Fran Niesman, Bill Thi-
City Parks ft Beautiflcatlon (Sal. of Bay Blvd. Prop.rty)............ 2335.00 new designs are on displayat bodeau
Pollc. Malat nsnc.............................................................. 1400.00 and Gary Wagner. (Islander Photo)
Miscellaneous E............................................................. 900.00 the home of Henry James
SS Tax ft Administrative Expense........................................... 350.00 at 102 74th St., Holmes Beach.
CoD tlag.ncl...................................................................... 700.00
Mosquito Control................................................................. 750.00 .
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sheepshead. an 18 1/2 pounder. ANNA MARIA MEETING... --
Mrs. F. L. Welsmiller
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; Catches by the passengers The BEST BET, on a recent Mrs. Frances L. Welsmiller -
aboard the two ADMIRALS out trip, brought back a tremendous Commissioners H a r v e y G. 74, of 210 South Harbor
((1 FUIt e't of Cortez, starting on Sunday, jewfish which tipped the Meyer and Arthur C. Hansenare Drive, Holmes Beach, died at
July 29, are as follows: Dud- scales at 331 pounds. It was vacationing in the north, her residence Tuesday after-
ley LaFever and Robert L. caught by Sam Brysorj, the leaving Mayor James Ferguson noon, August 7.

Clay Jr., both of Plant City, cook.. aboard the boat, who is and Commissioners Rob- Born in Bridgeport, Mich.,
t\ Plenty of good fishing around who caught a; 19 1/2 pound anda no mean fisherman. Other fish ert R. Moses and Mrs. Alma Mrs. Welsmiller moved to
': the Island in recent days. 17 pound grouper respect- caught the same trip by the Haynes as a bare quorum for Manatee County five years ago

Captain Don Thurlow of the ively, and Paul Lambert of boat's passengers, were: A16 the meeting. from Saginaw, Mich., and liv-
Bayou Marina reports some Tampa, a 14'pounder. pound grouper by Russ Moore, Mayor Ferguson appointed ed in Bradenton three years
,. : of the better catches brought Monday: Dr. Larry Freemanof Bradenton Beach; 121/2 pound himself, CommissionerMoses before moving to the Island.
into the marina: Henry Say- Tampa, 21 pound grouper; grouper by 13 year old Butch George Wagner and She was a member of St.
lor, 24 mackerel; Dr.* Hydeof Norman Innman of Tampa, 20 Webb of Anna Maria, apd an Jack Marshall as a board of Mary Cathedral in Saginaw,
Lakeland, 23 mackerel; Don pounder, and Don Trainor of 11 pound black grouper by Sam evaluation. According to pro- and.of the Altar Society of that
Parker of Bradenton, 13 mackerel St. Cloud, a 16 pound grouper. Wenger of Fostoria, Ohio. visions of the city charter, church, and was a member of
,, and 13 bluefish. Vyrlon Tuesday: Willard Vest, Bra- Tuesday: Pan Denger (12)) of they will meet next month to St. Bernard Mission Churchon
ti, and Donna Crumley, and J. D. denton, 18 pound grouper; Bradenton Beach caught a 16 set valuations on city owned the Island. She was also a

and Alta Lane, all of Bradenton Danny Schaffer, Bradenton, pound grouper; Nick Santanello property.The member of St. Bernard Guild
34 mackerel, a ladyffsh 16 1/2 pound grouper, and J. Bradenton, a 15 pounder, commission will meet and the Legion of Mary.
j and a jack. Pete Butts of Lake- W. Anderson, Dade City, 15 and Kathy Loranson, Bradenton after the regular September Surviving are her husband,
land, an 11 pound bonita and pound black grouper. Beach, 11 pounder. meeting, on the tenth of the Frederick A. Welsmiller of
26 mackerel. Phil Provenzano Wednesday: Janet Clay of Wednesday: Jess Bowman, month, as a board of equalization Holmes Beach; a son,the Rev.

44 and twin daughters: Gwen and Plant City, 21 pound grouper; Cortez, 24 pound black grouper to hear complaints on Francis F. Welsmiller,pastor
I Lynn, three mackerel: four Herb Lovern and Ron Lake, ; Mrs. Lou Ruck, Palmetto, assessments for city taxes. of St. Bernard Church; a bro-
Dale Although the city uses assess- ther, George Lengst of Tuscola -
jacks and six grouper. both of Lakeland, tied for 21 pound black grouper.
Marler of Lakeland and Anna second, each having a 20 pound Saturday: The long overnighttrip ments set by the County, it can Mich.; three sisters, Mrs.
Maria, 17 trout, and Norman 60 to 90 miles out in the lower the assessments for city Clara Conway and Mrs. Lena

Franklin, two eight pound grouper.Thursday: James A. Gibson, Gulf, produced 2,100poundsoffish. taxes if hardship is proved.In Zauner, both of Saginaw, and
snook. The boat leaves other action the commis- Mrs. Emma VanWormer of
14 at 1Op.m.
Utica, N. Y., a 1/2 pound
Authorized Clerk Selma Cal.Funeral .
sion City ,
grouper, and John Bryer andE. Friday, and returns at 3 or 4 :
t. At the Anna Maria City Pier, R. Stacy of Bradenton, and a.m. Sunday. Top catches on Mrs. Gladys Dumaine to transfer arrangements, in
Schambers landed a12 $3,100 from the cigarettetax charge of Griffith-Cline Island
Jimmy Pete Markoff of Fort Wayne, last week's trip were a 69
snook Mrs. Reinhart of fund to the general fund to Chapel, were
pound ; Ind., tied for second,each hav-. pound Warsaw grouper by incomplete at
Parrish caught 14 mangrove ing an 11 1/2 pounder. George Grace. of Bradenton; pay for the mosquito foggerand press time.
snapper; Dale Douglas of One- 37 black for work recently com-
Friday: Larry Adams, Col- pound grouper by
J co, a 14 and a 13 pound snook; umbus, Ind., 15 3/4 pound Lorraine Denger of Bradenton pleted on the city pier. be paid by the city and not by

and Bud Tresca of Palmetto, grouper; Mrs. Eddie Saxton, Beach, and a.32 pound grouperby Passed an ordinance setting owners of abutting property.
seven mangrove snapper. standard specifications for city Approved an ordinance providing -*
Sarasota, 13 pound grouper, Fred Powers of Bradenton.A ,
number of red paving. All future paving for special use zoning
.and R. M. Burdell of Colum- snapper were
Otto at the Rod&Reel will have a six inch base'classifications.
Runge deep
also in on the trip.
bia, S. _C., a 10 1/2 pounder. brought
Pier reports some good cat- course, with a a second courseof
Saturday: Dudley LaFever,
ches there. Hank soil-cement with
BaughmanofBradenton eight per
19 pound Mary Alex-
grouper;
caught some large cent cement content minimum,
ander, Lakeland, 18 pounder; -1C
snook Mr. and Mrs. Walter a one-inch of
; topped by course
Nell LaFever, Plant City, and
Hanaway of Tampa, a stringof plant mix asphalt. After a
Ernie Acker, Tampa, a 171/2
large flounder and man- street has been paved with
pound each. I
grove snapper; Robert Howeof grouper those specifications, future
Tulsa, Okla., a 10 pound Sunday: Harold,Dentch, Bra- paving work or repairs will p
redfish and several mangrove denton, 19 1/2 pound grouper;
snapper, and Fred Walmsleyof Robert L. Clay Jr., Plant City -
Bradenton, a large snook. 18 3/4 pounder, and Bill RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur

Frank Miller of Bowling Green Mathews of Bradenton Beach,
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TluOTd y, August, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pale 5r


C. G. Auxiliary The Golfer's FriendBy

I Several officers and mem- e Steve deWolfIn
bers of Anna Maria Island .
Flotilla 99, U. S. Coast Guard two years,New York mod-
Auxiliary, attended an Auxil- el Betty Galvano lowered her
iary Division luncheon meet- 18-hole golf score from a

Ing at the Naples Yacht Club -i .. humorous 168 to a fine 78, a
Saturday, at which Naples Flo- '.:.# score any weekend golfer ?e ', _J_
tilla 93 was host group. would be proud to card. a
+., Among those from the local Models I are busy people who 4 a
flotilla who attended the lun- have time for golf only in their, !. I
cheon were: Commander lei ure hours. How then was .
t George O. Athorne; Dr.EdgarW. Betty Galvano able to acquire
Huth, TO; William Dahl- 4t such' proficiency at the game? f .t
gren, PIC; Daniel O. Smith, It may have been partly because -'
CO; Gladys E. Athorne, PRO; because she is the wife
Mrs. Edgar Huth, and Chester of top professional golfer Phil
f( V. Crawford. Galvano. It may also have been. .
because she read her hus- .. FAMILIAR MID-ISLAND SCENE BY RENE REDON. I
< band's latest book, SECRETS _
LEGAL NOTICE OF THE PERFECT GOLF reveals answers to the many dance of golf method and psy-

I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND SWING, published by Pren- problems that have bothered.chology which make the booka
FOR MANATEE COUNTY.FLORIDA sf ticeHall.For golfers since the game began. must for the golfer who wants
IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 10,491 the beginner or the very SECRETS OF THE PERFECT to shave those unwanted

1 .IN REl Petition of V.47 ......."'".'''''11'=-.''' ....._....._ skilled amateur Phil -Gal GOLF SWING is not intended strokes off his score.
MILTON EARL HARDINand
t JEWEL ELIZABETH HARDIN vano's book presents methodsand to make every golfera Phil Galvano, a member of
NOTICE ADOPTION PROCEEDINGSTHE BRIDE AND GROOM. Mr. and techniques for improvingthe Snead or a Palmer. That the P. G. A., has taught the
STATE OF FLORIDA Mrs. Donald E.Cooper of Bur- essential part of the game, would be asking too much! But game in New York for 20
TO Sgt. Eaton Gordon Driggcr, RA- lington, Mass. who were mar- the tee shot. Without long and by practicing the swing which years and is especially fam-
14378843 Battalion Battery,B Fort 32Ut Campbell FUld Artillery -, ,ried Thursday evening, Aug- accurate drives, no golfer can Galvano teaches, the averageor ous for his ability to make
Kentucky ust 2, at Gloria Dei Evangelical hope to play par or near par poor golfer will greatly improve near par golfers out of hope-
You are hereby notify that MILTON Church by the Rev. Dr. golf. his performance with a less duffers. In addition, he is
EARL HARDIN and JEWEL ELIZABETH
HARDIN of Manatee County Florida Robert Farbs of Lakeland. To get maximum distanceand wood. The golfer will in time .the author of another fine book,
have filed a P.UUon and Amended Peti- Couple were attended by Mr. accuracy consistently with acquire the perfect swing. SECRETS ACCURATE-
Uon to adopt a female child born on Jun.
r 24, 1957 and who was qivn the name at and Mrs. Gordon Burghardt the driver should be one of the Unfortunately, many bookson CHIPPING_AND PUTTING.Phil .
birth of "Baby Woods. You are furth.rnotifi.d at whose new home on AvenueC major goals of every golfer. golf, while useful, are bor- -and Betty Galvano became -
} and that Amended your Petition answer to must said be Petition filed- a reception for the couplewas The author explains how this ing enough to make the golfer Islanders last winter,
with the above styled Court and a copy held immediately after can be done by applying a few want to quit the game. Not so when they purchased a winter
served upon Petitioners* attorneys, the wedding. Mr. Cooper is an simple laws of nature to the with SECRETS OF THE PERFECT -', An-
Goodrich and Hampton, Suite 23, Perrine home on Palmetto Avenue,
Plata Building,Bradenton, Florida on or engineer for the Electronic swing. Obviously, not every GOFSWIN-G.PhifGal- na Maria, and spent a few
b.for. August 24, 1962, m dthat. unless Services Division of Raytheon golfer can drive a ball 300 vano may be a fine golfer. He weeks there.
.
beforeaaid
you enter date your you will appearance be deemed on or to have Company, and is associated yards. The important thing, is an equally fine and instruc- Phil Galvano, who conductshis
consented to the granting of the adoptionprayed with Mr. Burghardt. The brideis Galvano stresses, is to get tive writer--clear, concise school in the heart of
golf
file in said
for in the Petitionon
proceedings. the former Miss Joyce as much distance as one'sskeletal and interesting. He illustrateshis New York City at 11 West 56th
Witness my hand and s.al'Qf said Smith of Natick, Mass. (Islander and muscular make- ideas cleverly.But his
Street, numbers among pupils -
Court on the 20th day of July 1962.
Photo) up will allow. beneath his clever and of
celebrities
of
M.T.Mclnnis. Clerk.Byt dozens
Elaine Snyder Galvano teaches the correct concise writing lies an abun- all kinds.
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk J -I swing in entirety from the .
High; Twelve Club stance to the follow through.He -

takes into detailed account
The Island High Twelve Club the use of the wrists and hands,' FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

will meet at the Gulf Terraceat .the back swing, the impact and
THEO noon Thursday August 6. direction of the club head.and TWO LOCATIONS -
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CHURCHESHARVEY Island Building Permits .ti >,;.... J
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MEMORIAL CHURCH Despite the homes under l
(NoBD"e itt.!oMl) many 3.h._
. Bradenton Beach construction on the Island, J
r KKV. A. W. SIMMS building permit figures for J Ji JI
( July were the lowest for any Jt I
: SUNDAY: month in several years.* t
9:30 ..:n. Snndfcy School.
Total "of all issued
10:30 permits
t a.m. Worship Service.ST.
by all three Island cities dur- I

ing the month was only $35- ( ".k
BERNARD MISSION 303 lower than the s ( <- t
$123,000
I'rivsi: IU' riu.tcu F. : !
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July, 1961 total of $158,560. \ .
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. I
Holmes Beach, where per-
1
WEEKDAYS 8:00'a.m.. 1I
: mits in July, 1961 ran to$112- .., ,
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 55 55 \
750 issued for #
WEDNESDAYS: permits only 1
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. $2,975 worth of additions, alterations -
and repairs. pj
T Anna Maria issued permitsfor .
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ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL I
REV. LEE RATUFF. Patter one new residence at
$16,000, plus $4,735 worth of Boulevard and Jacaranda Avenue, Anna Maria, f
FRIDAY: recently by Sam of from Mr. !!
repairs, additions and altera- Comparetto Tampa
7:00 Honr.p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation tions. Its permits in July, 1961 Todd. Sale was negotiated by Peggy Moore, i

SUNDAY: were for $31,835 worth of con- of Parrish Realty of Anna Maria. (Islander #i

8:45 a.m. Sunday School. struction.In :
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. Bradenton Beach,permitswere
5:30 p.m. Junior Choir. issued for $11,593 worthof I
718.2591"Y PAINTING Done By Experts! j
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. construction, with one new
MONDAY: residence to cost $9,000; six '
DO FIRST CLASS PAINTING
7:30 p.m. Steering Comm. Meeting. additions, $1,193, and four ELEVEN YEAR

TUESDAY 7:30 :Chapel Choir. repairs, $1,400. In July, 1961 Taylor with pet ON EVERY SURFACE!
p.m. the city issued permits for a At time picture was
WEDNESDAY: residence had had the coon AND INSURED WORKMEN
at $12,000 and
new ,
7:30 & Bible
p.m. Prayer Study.
but it would leave
$1,975 worth of additions and

10SER MEMORIAL CHURCH repairs. der now strong a resident protest.of HARRY M. RIFE .;

(Noa-Dtaomiartioaal) moved here PAINTING CONTRACTOR
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor ALBERT 3.SPAETHFollowing
Montreal. (Islander Phone 778-1341 ;

THURSDAY: illness Albert
a long -
7:30 Sr. Choir Rehearsal. ANNA MARIA
SUNDAY p.m.: Holy Communion. John Spaeth, known to his New Home ?
Licensed Electrical
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. many friends as John, died in
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. the North Penn Hospital at Snapper and Pine Do Your Landscapingwith

6:30 p.i t. Intermediate Youth Fe]- Lansdale, Pa., Wednesday, Electric Wiring .
lowship at Feagles' Beach. August 1. L (ROY) ;
7:00 p.m. Sr. Youth Fellowship. For ten years the Spaethswere Day 778-2143 Phones
WEDNESDAY: winter visitors at the SHRUBS & PALMS ,
7:30 p.m. Board of Education Mt. Neptune Apartments in Bra- BUILDER OF !
NO GUILD MEETING. denton Beach. Houses suitable for ISLAND He is survived by his wife, and conditions.
pairs: Additions. S e e e e
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Kathryn; two daughters, Mrs. mates given.NORMAN -.: .... .
LUTHERAN CHURCH George H. Car nail Jr. of Lans- ROSEDALE, NURSERY

Rev. Frank E. Lyerlv. P*. .r dale, and Mrs. George Boslerof Off. 778-1410, Home PINE PHONE 778-1501

SUNDAY Carlisle,Pa.; a sister,Mrs.
:
James Crullin of Orland -
8:30 a.m. Church School. Pa.,
OOO a.m. The Service. and three grandchildren.Be .

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well-informed Read The
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION ,
(Episcopal) Islander.
& Caws K. LOWE

THURSDAY:
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9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. WE RENT
EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY: FOLDING IEDS IAIY CRIBS
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and PLAY PENS DIAPERS

Sermon, Church School. SUNBATHING COTS smart and modern t

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I I ftOFAL1 WATERFRONT HOMETHIS GULF FRONT LOT
BETTER-THAN-NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS
75 FEET ON THE GULF-
MANY FINE FEATURES, SUCH AS A FLORIDA ROOM
DICKWAGNER ZONED FOR DUPLEX
AND SCREENED PORCH, A CLOSED GARAGE TO
NAME YOUR TERMS
PROTECT YOUR CAR, BUILT IN KITCHEN AND REFRIGERATOR '
TOTAL PRICE ONLY $8,950 _
t ,PLUS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW OF THE
CALL PEGGY MOORE, Associated With:
BAY. PRICED AT ONLY $21,000.

ISLAND REALTYGEORGE PARRISH REALTYPost

Office Plaza, Anna Maria n Phone: 778-1902
,. E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER

.HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.

778-2663 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444 CANAL FRONT 74th StreetTHREE

BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LARGE LIVING I

ft LOVELY PRIVATE HOMETWO ROOM,SCREENED PORCH IN"LIKE-NEW"CONDITION.

J Look For These Signs BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA TERRAZZO FLOORS THROUGHOUT. CARPORT AND

ROOM, LARGE AND UNUSUAL KITCHEN WITH UTILITY ROOM. LARGE WELL LANDSCAPED LOT.
INCOME PROPERTY
DINING AREA, TWO SCREENED PORCHES AND ONE- PRICED AT $23,500 FOR QUICK SALE. GOOD TERMS.
FOUR DUPLEXES with Air-
CAR CLOSED GARAGE. WELL-LANDSCAPED 80 X 80
Conditioning-Completely Furnished JOHN B. PROTHERO
..D..p Well on Property LOT. OIL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING. ALMOST REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES RENTALS
Supplies 22 Homes. Room for COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT
116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
Expansion. $9,000 Income-
CONDITION. CLOSE TO GULF IN HOLMES BEACH. -
Price $55,000, $20,000 Down.

r ASKING PRICE $25,000. Perfect To Retire In .

BUSINESSES .
LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker DELIGHTFUL CB HOME OF UNUSUAL VALUE: TWO

BUSINESS-Doing exceptionallywell. Gulf Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 7711159Jack's BEDROOMS, ll/i BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM, CARPORT,
Couple is RetiringWillSell$22,000l
0,000 DOWN. UTILITY ROOM, CENTRAL HEAT, BUILT-IN RANGE.
BARGIN Board EXTRA FEATURES INCLUDE BAKED ENAMEL CUP-
HAVE A BUSINESS DOING
BOARDS,MATCHING TWO DOOR REFRIGERATOR, IN-
$20,000 NET ANNUALLYWILL 2 BEDROOM CB HOME, JUST A STEP FROM THE
REQUIRE $50,000 DOWN 3ULF. Has enclosed garage and is fully furnished. TERCOM SYSTEM.LOT 90 x 101-WALKING DISTANCE
AND
PAYMENT-GOOD TERMS Price cut to $9,500 on attractive terms. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. $14,000.
CONDITIONS FOR LEARNING a .a a
THIS ENTERPRISECONSULTUSI BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME,MODERN AND
ATTRACTIVE IN EVERY WAY.Fully Air Conditionedwith Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
Central Heating. Conveniently located on a well- Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
INCOME PROPERTY shaded lot. Just $12,500, with small down payment. J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
GULF FRONT DUPLEX-Two Assume Mortgage--No Closing Costs.
Bedrooms In Each Apartment Anna Maria, Florida

CB Construction. 100 Ft. Sea- A FINE CANAL FRONT LOT, 95 x 115, WITH
walled Property, 200 Ft. deep. Excellent Seawall, Paved Street, City Water. Price
.. ..
Room for Expansion $32,000 SLASHED TO $3,900. Can sell on easy payments.
;, $10,000 Down. Easy Terms. NEW FINGERLUANA

: DUPLEX LOCATION NEAR.GULF IN BESTSECTION
BEST 2 B.R. HOUSE BUY OF OF HOLMES BEACH. 75 x 100. Selling for ONLY
THE WEEK $2,800, with just $300 down and $25 per month. in

$10,500 WILL BUY THIS NICEMODERN2BEDROOMCBHOME
s JACK MARSHALL

WITH TERRAZZO FLOORS, REALTOR ISLES
TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING
ROOM,CARPORT AND EXTRA M &, M BUILDING Anna Maria 778-2614

OUTSIDE GOOD NEIGHBORHOODEASYTERMS SHOWER ROOM- Half Block From Gulf

$2,500 DOWN. ASTOUNDING !

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BEST 3 B.R. HOUSE BUY OF LOTS $100 DOWN
THE WEEK Key Royale & Bay Palms

$1,500 DOWN BUYS THIS MOD
ERN 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH "BONUS HOMES"OFFER $25 AMONTH Includes Interest
HOME WITH CENTRAL HEAT

ING AND SEPARATE DINING FAR MORE FOR FAR LESS1 PAVED STREETS
ROOM. BOAT RIGHTS ON

CANAL. s PAYMENTS. .$110 MO. City Water On RequestALSO


4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME
CENTRAL HEATING, ALL. .
ELECTRIC KITCHEN, LARGE
LIVING ROOM WITH WALL TO NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
WALL CARPET.16x24 PORCH
HOME IS ONLY TWO YEARS Available
OLD, and SACRIFICE PRICE
OF $21,500 INCLUDES ALL *
MODERN FURNITURE. DOWN BONUS HOME No.9

4 PAYMENT $3,500, BALANCE Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges
516-71st ST. HOLMES
y ON EASY TERMS. BEACH
SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
a a OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY. COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
ONLY $7.800 BUYS THIS TWO
BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CLOSE TO THE BEACH. IF
IT SEEMS UNBELIEVABLE, TWO LARGE BEDROOMS

WE SUGGEST YOU COME AND TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS
TAKE A LOOK AT IT.
.OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM
a Walter S. Hardin
1 LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS .95-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT
FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED
75 x 100 BEACH LOT $9,000. . Realty Company
50 x 200 BEACH LOT. $7,000. ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors
150x155 BEACH LOT $21,500.

100x100.BEACH* LOT* 16000. $18,300

50 x 100 LOTS, $1,700 each LIBERAL FINANCING
$100 DOWN, $10 PER MONTH. ( ANNA
MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR
75 x 100 LOTS, $2,500 each,
$150 DOWN $15 PER MONTH. NEE DS..A T PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756

j KEY ROYALE, INC. FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307f1

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. August 9, 1962

BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS:

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs.John H. McKewen of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

I Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
..Tit pOTfenf.9re, to 999 otse'S ncme in print" Low BTBON eph P. Butts of Lakeland. Helmet Beech, Anna Maria Island, Florida

PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs.

PALM COURT:Mr and Mrs. Pal- NOMAD MOTEL: S. G. Guthrie John Johns and sons of Deland...Mr. ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

mer Ferguson of Loveland Ohio... .and son Mike of Benton Ky...Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Faulds of Lithia. ,

Mr.and Mrs.Paul Ferguson of Lock-4 and Mrs. James R. Carothers of SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and 1

land Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Gene :Mulberry..Thomas Houston of Mrs. Wade Croft of Dade City. YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

Golden of Bra denton...Mr. and :Mulberry..Mr. and Mrs. W. R. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Service

Mrs. S. M. Ellens of Grand Rapids ,Jeffries of ZepbyrhiUs...Mr. and B. Manasco and family of Winter COMPLETE BUYS MORE

Mich and children Tommy and :Mrs. R. A. Rutty and daughter of Haven...Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Far-

Jeff are visiting Mr. and Mrs John :Lakeland...Mr and Mrs. R. Spit- ina of Tampa...Mrs. Anna MeCape J&saII Toiletries Stationery

Ellens. zer of Lexington .Ky...Mr and 'andMrs. Margaret Flannery of Worthington -

EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gerald Womble and daughterof Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. N. LINE Magazines and Books

Stewart Moffett of Oshawa Ont... Highland City...Miss Karen B. B. Hardin and family of Tampa.S. .

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pits and fam- Stewart of Bra denton...Dr. and S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. Beach Wear

ily of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. P. Hatfield of Umatilla... and Mrs. Roberts. Cragonand fam- IN A REAL
Victor B. Jackson and daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corey of West- ily of West Palm Beach. ..Mr. and

Indianapolis...A. Karikas and sons lake Ohio. ..Mr and Mrs. Alvin Mrs. Elliott V. Reed of Lakeland.. DRUG STORE General Sundries

of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Manner and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sergeant and

VanDiver and family of Harrods- of Noblesville Ind. family of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs.

burg. Ky..Mr. and Mrs. Joe Offuttof ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. L S. Mikell of Brandon. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Louisville, Ky.HARBORLIGHTS. Clifford Knudson and children of MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.
778-1411 778-2075 WEBB
Phone Night J. D. Pharmacist
MOTEL:Mr. and Tecumseh Mich...Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. R. Tungate and Mrs.

Mrs. S. T. Sawyer Jr. of Smyrna. James E. Brannor of Clearwater... Yvonne Webb of Middletown, Ohio

Ga..Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bates of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evens and sons ..Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Baynard of ANNUAL

Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Lowery of Atlanta...Mrs. Frank Owen of Chieftown...Mrs. T. Laurencelleof

Davis of West Palm Beach...Mr. Forsyth Ga. Gainesville. ..Mr. and Mrs. C.

and Mrs. W. E. Barclay of Jackson- BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Lik and party of New Hyde Park CLEARANCE SALEREDUCED

ville...Mr. and Mrs. William V. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Locker and fam- N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. W. Bower

Snyder of Savannah Ga...Mr. and ily of Chicago.BAY and grandsons of Columbus Kan...

Mrs H. J. Phillips of Redondo VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mr" and Mrs. Dolan Edwards and

Beach. Cal..Bill Whitehouse of Mrs. Charles Parker and children family of Lake Alfred...Mr. and

Orange Park...Mr. and Mrs. FrankB. Caroline and Bryne of Floral City. Mrs. Scott Vance and family of FAMOUS NAME-BRAND SWIM SUITS

Rose of Albany Ga..Mr. and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Winter Haven. ,

Mrs. Jacob Garrott of Lorton Va. Mrs. Emory Norman of Tampa.. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. W.

...Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Gill of Kis- Mr. and Mrs. James W. Sibert and Agerton and family of Winter Haven DRESSES BLOUSES

simmee. family of Hyattsville Md...Fred ...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Varner and
CHARL-N VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Slater and family of SLACKS SHORTS SKIRTS
J. Shook of Urn a t i 11 a...Johnny
Robert R. Redlow Jr. and family of Shook of Riverview...Mr. and Mrs. Tampa...Mr.and Mrs.E. Stanfieldand

Lake City...Mr. and Mrs. L. Keenof T. W. Turner of Tampa...T. N. family of Eloise.. .Mr. and Mrs. SHORT SETS

Lakeland...Mrs. Ruby Walmsleyand Haupt of Eldorado, Ohio. ..Mr. and Floyd Adams and family! of Mulber-
party of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs.
of
Mrs. Ralph Davidson and family
George Pettit and family of Eldor- Tampa...E. H. Bennett of Tampa ry.ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. SHOP -AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-

ado, Ohio. ...Corbie C. Adams of Columbus Louis Kuler of Chicago...Mr. and :

PLATA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Ind...Mr and Mrs. G. B. Craw Mrs.E. A. Alder of Highland Park f\

Mrs. Robert Byron and family of Bra- ford and family of Orlando...Mr. 111...Mr and Mrs. Jack H. Ham- I

denton.. .Col. and Mrs. C. H. 0- and Mrs. Cleon Jackson of Brandon mond and family of Orlando...Mr.

wens and family of Bradenton.. .Mr. ...Clyde Ellis of Live Oak...Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee and family of "
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and Mrs. Richard Houghton and family and Mrs. James H. Mobley of Rus- Lake Wales...Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Layaway ,... ,. Phone

of Plant City. kin...Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wolff of, Moyeand family and A. C. Rodriguez Plan f..,mere *women 778-1161

DONA DEI:Mr. and Mrs. H. Crocker Jacksonville...E.B.Mobley of Rus- and party of Tampa.. Miss

and family of Atlanta. kin...Daniel and Alice Lindahl of Linda Thompson and party, Mr. and ii 8--r ear ii iii: iii era sae;Wi i.i.C; j
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Lakeland.'Harold R. of Mrs. Ernest Green and daughter, and --------------- .
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UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE :===- ----: ONLYPHILCO
of Lakeland.
all
Lowell Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Don: Tommy Halcom ---------- ..---rrra---
CRAIG HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. H. .---- -----
( REQUIRED :
PAYMENT ) Cooper of Burlington Mass on rrrr- rrrr-
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EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 50* their honeymoon. J. Gill of Lakeland. ----r---- -rrrr.----

SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and r---- ::a-rrr
ANNOUNCEMENT Starting immcdiaU- Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Graves of f Mrs. Carl W. Buerk of Trotwood ===r----: ======: GIVES YOUNOISELESS
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ISLANDER im entitled to ono four-line Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Chestei, Ohio. r-r--r-r------r------r.rrrr=
Unclassified Ad at no charge each year. -.---------------
No. Strings, No Gimmicks-On* Free, Roseand daughters of Germantown :!5--.rr.rrrrrrrr
Pour-Line Ad for each PAID-UP Sub- Mr. and Mrs. LeoMaharof Holmes
Ohio..Mrs. Martha Marikand I Exclusive
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.cri er. Beach are spending several days at
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children and Charlotte of f most-wanted
active retired Jimmy /OM/ro..the
WANTED By man. Fullor Daytona Beach.
parttim. work. Experienced in apart- Dayton Ohio. ..Miss Viola Gise-. [
Consumer Feature
ment management or maintenance. Excellent -
mechanic. Bank & industrial re- wite of Dayton Ohio. How h Your Subscription? AIR CHARGER
'ferences. Box 451, Anna Maria, or lOa
72nd St.i Holmes Beach.
HOLMES BEACH DUPLEX on Gulf. IP YOU CAN'T FIND IT AT THE
CB construction.For Sale or Trade. Two Air Conditioning Of Course
bedrooms each side. Will take little or
no down payment from responsible party
or will trade equity l >r lot or single family ISLAND VARIETY STOREIT ISLAND TV 778-1703
residence. See 01 104 30th Street, or
Can 7781946._

TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on CAN'T BE HAD New Arts-Crafts Medium
north point of Longboat Key, zoned for Exciting
Multiple Dwelling. ONLY S.,500 1 Walter
S..HClTC a Realty Co., Realtors. 7781010.
FOR BETTER PLUMBING PLASTIC CRYSTALSSmall
HOME 6 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE!
While you are away-a weekly Checking -
of house for any troubles that might CALL 778.201 Plastic Crystals (No Liquids)
develop; air house, and water house that you can wily mold, decorate and
ditional plants. FREE Services.ESTIMATES Close your on any house Ad- R. C. SCHUCHARD bake in your own oven...into beau- s.,
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN. tiful contemporary pieces of Crystal ;,,.
Any Refurbishing or Yard Care. BONDED.. ASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE Clear or Colored Plastic! *
--GUARANTEEDCONTRACT----
BOX 523 PAT & MAX HUBER Phone 778-2143 PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS '

Anna Maria_Home 778-1772 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH ;
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 9g'
Mowing edging trimming.
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable rates-references
furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894
alter 4t30. _. 778-1020
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Service -
Bradenton Beach Fire Dept.
Frank Beard. 7781431. _. )
ISLANDER PHOTOSi As an added s'ervice TEX-KNIT ASBESTOS
to our readers, S by 7 enlargements
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- Our
DER are available at SI.25 each. Write
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria or Phone PAD & COVER SET
778-2011. favorite
FOR RENT OR SALE Very comfort
able 2-Bedroosi CB Home with Florida Cotton-asbestos center
Roo. Call 778-1876 after 6 p.m. rubberstamp quota steed one year. Soft pad rye
BOAT FOR SALE 500.16 ft.. divided of polyesther. Fits all standard
seats, windshield Navy top, anchor
etc. JehMoa 35 HP-'58. Tilt Trailer. Ironing boards. Extra safe.
All in good condition. Max Huber end
of West Oak Avenue, Anna Maria. PhoneHOLMES SE.V'CESIEIIEIEI Longer wear.
'711,'112. FAA EXTRA
BEACH 1-BR Apt*. Clean, REG. \
quiet private. UU1. turn prefer widow ,, 1 188
,ar retired ..n..*. Bleak to Gulf, 3 toaboHiDI' "
R.... 1e. Call 778-1441. 2.98 S

FOR RENTS Efficiency with *hady NO CH A RAE))
lawn nd Bicnic table, on Sarasota Boy.S2S [ .
...Id.,. Also one apartment yearly. t Dobbe's island Hardware
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Phone 778-2T7
& Marine
FOR SALE OR RENTi Nice a bedroom SupplyIf

HorscaediU.onfs! .778-3$30746.0651.t. Closed garage, 1) Bay Area Insurance it's General Hardware or Houscwares or Garden Supplies, we have it-
pp11palyd.lit. .
call' or,will get it for you. 778-2111
..u kJada 778-U97 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548
Ua,LDnsswakia,. Drees. ..Of\C\otb-\ AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
-BMId..Pbooe- n..IUI.. CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEVU4RUDEMURRAYa