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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 30, 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 )
 Notes
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. 564 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 30, 1962 TEN CENTS





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Island Kiwanis ClubAt ',\.. 7,200 Square Foot Building On Marina Drive To II

its meeting last week, the < : House New Island Pharmacy And Restaurant
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report from its nominating ;i' '!; Construction of a new drug will have a restaurant with a
committee. The slate of offi- store on the Island is scheduled seating capacity of 50, a pre-
cer nominees presented included 'r to start this week. scription department with two
Earle C rom e r for '. According to an announce- fulltime pharmacists, plus a
president Col. Sidney G. :.. ment by J. D. Webb of the
; .. ;...... 4,000 square. foot merchandisearea.
Brown Jr., first vice presi- Island Pharmacy, ground will .
dent; Erik Anderson, second be broken Saturday for a 6,200 Webb said this week that the
vice president; and to succeed square foot building on the store will be open 'every day
themselves, H. H. Higgins, : xn west side of Marina Drive between from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. and
secretary, and Robert Poole, tI 59th and 60th Streets, will employ' a staff of ten.
treasurer. opposite the Holmes Beach The front of the building will
Nominated to the board of City Office. be faced with antique brick,
directors were: Harold M. ::JJf"- Cowan Construction Co. of with other exterior walls to be
Chapman, now club president; \ Sarasota will be the general spraycreted. Central heatingand
Dave Boozer, John Beckett, '" ,', contractor on the$70,000project airconditioning will be in-
Ed Bauman, Chester Craw- which has a tentative stalled. At a later date the
ford, Douglas Gilmore, Jean- .I completion date of December building will be enlarged to
Paul St. Laurent and Ralph 15.The accommodate other stores.
Parrish.If MOST PHOTOGRAPHED attraction on the Island. Old Anna Marla City new store,to be operatedby Operation of the Island Phar-
there are no nominations Jail, with "No roof No doors No window. No Bars, and No Guests for Webb and Charles Mundellof macy at its present location
from the floor at this week's Yrs. N Yrs." Hardly a daylight hour passes without one or more groupsof Arcadia, will be known as will continue.
meeting of the club, nomina- visitors stopping to look at the old building and take pictures of It. Webb's Island Pharmacy. It

tions will be closed, and the (Islander Photo) ..

nominees will be elected by Blassingame To Teach Parts Of Island To Have
Bridge Command To
having the secretary cast one High Twelve Club
ballot, with the new officers to Change This Week Course At Jr. College Lower Insurance Rates
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The Island High Twelve Club "
installed the first meet-
be at Islander Wyatt Blassingame, Some sections of the Island
will meet at the Gulf Terraceat
ing in January, whenthepres- Alvin Z. Winters,State High- one of Florida's better known will enjoy reduced fire insur-
noon, Thursday, August 30.
ident's dinner is served. 1 way Department official in
writers, will teach' a non- ance rates on residential
Fred of Palmetto
Last week, a number of the Langford c charge: of toll collections on credit The Modern.
course,
buildings, starting Septemberfirst.
executive vice of the
Island Kiwanians attended an president 1 the Anna Maria and Cortez Novel, at Manatee Junior Col- .
interclub meeting with the St. Palmetto Federal Savings and ]Bridges, will be transferredthis lege beginning September 4. According to HolmesJBeach
Loan Association and '
Petersburg Kiwanis Club at presi1 1 week'"to a similar position
According to Blassingame, insurance agent Dave Boozer,
dent of the Manatee County ,
the International Club in St. the Toll station
at Bayway on
Chamber of Commerce, will ; "During the course we shall he received notice of the low- c
Petersburg. be the speaker. He will use as the new highway; to Mullet Key. cover the lives and works of er rates a few days ago from
Members St. Laurent, Boozer ;a "
such famous American novel- the Florida Inspection and
his subject, "The Manatee
and Crawford made the tripin County Chamber of Com- ists as Hemingway, Faulknerand Rating Bureau of Jacksonville.The .
their cabin cruisers, accompanied merce. Steinbeck. We shall cover bureau informed Boozer -

by members Beck- This week's luncheon meet- many books and other authors that the Southeastern Underwriters -
ett, Gilmore, Chapman, is Ladies' briefly. We shall study 'The Association of Atlanta -
ing a special Day
Brown, Al Dobbe, George Co-
observance, with the wives of Yearling' by author Marjorie had authorized the re-
tellis, Bob Hoffman and Les members to be guests. Rawlings, which I think will bea classification from NB9 to
Jackson, and guests Merrill classic. We will also study NB8 because, of the expert t
Tritt, Gerry McManamy and British authors such as Hux- fire protection available on
George Athorne. Ed Bauman Roser Pre-School ley, Waugh, the Angry Young the Island and the installationof
made the trip by car. Men and novelistplaywrightGolding. additional approved type
Early next month another in- Applications for registration ALVIN WINTERS fire hydrants.
terclub meeting is planned, Jn the pre-school classes at Areas included in the new
with some members of the local Roser Memorial Community Winters, who makes his ....-...... lower classifications are from
club to go to Punta Gorda Church can still be made. home at Piney Point, Palmetto # 72nd Street, Holmes Beach,to k

by boat. This school will open at 9 has held the supervisory Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, and
a.m. Tuesday, September 4. .position on the Island bridges It from the Bay to the Gulf. The

July Bridge Tolls To be eligible for enrollment, exactly four years, assuming following exceptions to those l lContinued

Revenue figures for July on a child must have been four (Continued on Page 5)) .fI1'/;. ( on Pag.3)days
: the two bridges from the main- years of age on or before last
land to the Island showed a five January 1. given to all applicants. from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
The school will from Registration may be made
percent increase over July, operate Blassingame has taken the
1961. 9 to 11:45 a.m. each Tuesday by calling the church, 778- modern novel course himselfat 't

Revenue 'traffic on the Cor- and Thursday. Transportation 2882, any morning except Fri- three different universities,
tez Bridge for July was 66,048 responsibility will be solely day or Saturday, or by calling the University of Alabama,
vehicles, with a total of tolls that of parents or guardians.A 778-2170 at any time. A child'sbirth : from which he graduated, and
collected of $9,918, an increase full, well rounded programhas certificate will be required -. the University of Florida and
of 7.7 percent over the been planned, and a copyof to complete registra- WYATT BLASSINGAME New York University, both of
July, 1961 figure of $9,207. the school policy will be tion.ONSALEHEREot which he attended as a grad-

Revenue traffic for the monthon ,... 7:",'". ., "Since the course is non- uate student. He also taught a
the Anna Maria Bridge was -' .,, credit, there will be no tests similar course at Florida Sou-

105,788 vehicles, for a total of oi -S ...- S as such but there will be reports thern College.
$15,870 in tolls collected, in .< k;:< if: from class members on Blassingame is now workingon
increase of 3.3 percent over .. 't t'S: if "',1 I certain books and writers. The a biography of a school
the July, 1961 figure of $15- : "7 ,f ".' class will consist mainly of teacher who retired tothe Bahamas -

358. ; '?,'-: f .", t. discussion and lecture on all and started practicing
Combined figures on the two ;r .' the well-known modern novels medicine without the necess-
bridges 'showed a total numberof ;'t
171,836 vehicles in July,for The class will meet Tues- ments.
total revenue of $25,788, as :-.,;,;."j" .,'" -'.1f
compared with the July, 1961 iiI
total of $24,565.During ; ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER r
the month, 15,545 i ri
more vehicles used the two Temperature '. Water Rainfall'

Island bridges than the 156,291 J Sam Noon 6pm High
which crossed the Sunshine -

Skyway. August 21--84 92 80 92 90. .8
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THE ISLANDER is now ..J August 22--80 92 80 92 89 7:3
(//lIb. August 23--80 90 78 90 91 2.4
on sale in Bradenton atSharp's
August 24--80 90 80 90 90 .1
Drug Store in
25--80 86' 80 88 89 .2
the Professional Build- the refreshment stand at the Manatee County Beach. August
ing at Manatee Avenue Lovely lady at right Is Mrs. Allen Thomas, wife of beach manager. August 26--82 88 88 88 89 None
and llth' Street West. (Islander Photo) August 27--84 92, 86 92 86.; None






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E tcMr..s.. E KIMBALL lit Ai1M\QA''k By THE EDITOR OPERATION SILENCE f fj

News and odvtrHsing.............MARGE% KIMBALLMail '&. 0 Somehow or other--without j )
Q ...2 to--we have become The parting shot in "Operation Silence" was fired last
Add,.... Anna Maria, Florida 1 o" intending
unofficial press agent for a week when Circuit Court Judge Robert Hensley ruled that a f

cat. This is not just any old citizens' petition calling for a Grand Jury investigation! of i
for months in
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 six payable
conditions Manatee Veterans Memorial does I
at Hospital' not
cat but must be called
advance .Canada, $5.00 alley x
per year.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for by the more elegant designation indicate to the court. That these matters are of such urgen- .

six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. "short haired domestic." cy as to require" the impaneling of a special or reassembled ,

National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. The cat to which we refer is Grand Jury. .

l......w.... Salty, the same cat about whichwe Circulation of the petition, and its signing by more than I,""
wrote in our fishing columntwo 200 taxpaying voters of the County, were the result of the
/IIICIKM KWSWtt KnCSUTfTIVQst. weeks ago, the same cat firing last month of five supervisory nurses at the hospitalby ::1

which was rescued from a Administrator Victor Sledge--without reasons being givento i'J'

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn .range marker in Tampa Bay, the nurses--or the public--for the firings. k
four miles from the nearest Following by less than a week the extremely milk-toasty,
Independent weekly published every Thursday by land. non-informative report of a three-member investigating +:

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida committee of the County Commission, Judge Hensley's

t .. decision in effect slammed the door on any direct action by
Entered second class under the Act of March 3,1879. .
as matter
the public at this time, to learn more about what is really
going on at the hospital.

While very few responsible people question Administrator i
BENEVOLENT ANNA MARIA CITY Sledge's right to fire anyone on his staff if he deems it nec- :

essary for the good of hospital morale or efficiency--but on
Among the many attractions the Island has for both the other hand--there can be no valid reason why the discharged
residents and visitors, several of the most heavily patronizedare nurses--and the taxpaying public which supports the

in Anna Maria City. hospital--are not entitled to a prompt, clear cut statement
The city which bears the name of the Island is unique outlining the reasons for the administrator's actions.

among the three Island municipalities in that it maintainsfor Obviously Mr. Sledge,the investigating committee and the {{]
the benefit, not only of its own residents, but of everyone ( County Commission have been ill advised. z
who cares to use the facilities, nearly$400,000 worth of pier,
SALTY,a sea.golng cat with a well Especially in view of directives published by the Commist
parks and buildings.This developed survival instinct. Now a sion which emphasize the public's right-to-know! .'
$400,000 is neither a guess nor an estimate, but a resident of Bayou Marina, Salty recently Combined action of the various boards, societies, com-
figure set each year by an official Board of Evaluation which underwent a hair raising adventure mittees and commissions which have issued numerous in- ,

includes the mayor, a city commissioner and two local real in Tampa Bay. (Islander formationless statements has resulted in the circulation of .

estate brokers."Maintains". Photo) rumors about the hospital which range from merely ridiculous .
as it is used here is not just a word, but hasa to downright ugly, and to a general lowering of the }
very real meaning in terms of thousands of dollars needed After our story about Salty hospital's

each year to keep the facilities in acceptable condition. and his adopted home at the The public reputation.has a right to expect a better performance t 1
Bayou Marina, Red Marston
Among these free facilities is the historic Anna Maria from its elected and appointed officials.
City Pier, the only free fishing pier on the Island, and a fea- gave Salty the full treatment in
his column in the St. Peters- !
ture which attracts many people. Carried on the city's booksat
the nominal valuation of$20,000,its annual cost to the city burg Times, but did the animal

for the past ten years has been $2,600, with the prospect of the disservice" of calling Salty WAITING TO HEAR
slightly more than that to be spent during the next two years. "her. Later, Bobby Hicks of j

Income from the pier swells the city's coffers by $600 each the Tampa Tribune wrote a.
from the refreshment concession.Of short piece about the animal,
year, rent in the social cultural and but referred to Salty as "he, With September and the beginning of fall close at hand, i
even importance ,
greater
our subscribers who spend the summer in the north will beginto
she or it thereby injuringthe
civic scene on the Island is the Anna Maria Community Hall. ,
return to the Island--in fact we already have heard froma I
of the animal.
it does however of the Island'sbusiest feelings
Hardly palatial, serve as one
few of them, asking us to change their mailing addressesat
Salty and his new family wantit j
with date the
gathering places, hardly an open during a certain date.
fall winter It is home base for several known that there can be no
or spring.seasons.
other correct for This is a small service we are only too happy to perform,
Islandwide organizations, and that its use is freely given is designation
especially when the subscribers are headed back south for the
the cat than "he.
attested to by the $110 annual revenue it brings the city,
winter. But with all the many details of closing a summer l
certainly much less than the yearly cost of lights, heat and +" +. +
home, packing, saying goodbyes to friends and relatives, it is
other operating expenses. The ancient building is valued by Along with a check from one not at all surprising that some few people forget to notify us t.

the city at $15,000.Another of our subscribers last week, about changing their address. In fact, it is very understandable. -
Anna Maria City feature which is heavily patron- we received the following note: But some two or three weeks later, we generally learn
ized by residents and visitors is the Community Hall Park,
"Dear Islander--When you go about the subscriber's move when issues of the paper are
where the six shuffleboard courts are in almost constant use returned the subscriber's northern office. In
for your mail please hand the to us by post
the Since of the Gulf Drive
throughout most of year. part enclosed check to the Post- this way a reader may miss two or three copies of the paper,
street frontage of the park was converted to a parking lot a
master. I have neither stampsnor one or more of which may have contained some informationon
few months ago, use of the park by the public has increased envelopes and I am leav- a subject of special interest to the reader.So .

noticeably.By ing on a trip. Thank you." in order for us to give each of our readers better ser-
far the attraction is the Park. On I
city's Bay
greatest Which is the sort of contact vice, and to guarantee delivery of the paper each week, a few :
nearly every sunny day throughout the year, hundreds of off- with our readers that helps to minutes spent in sending us a post card will do the trick. I
Island residents and visitors and there. .
enjoy picnics outings make our job rewarding. Another consideration is that it will cut down our weekly
Until the the of the 6,000
recent acquisition by County
+ + + work load, and earn our undying gratitude.
foot of beach and front at the south end of the
Bay
strip
Advertising and public rela- Come back soon--and remember, DRIVE CAREFULLY!
Island, the Bay Park's 2,700 feet of Bay frontage offered one tions have reachedthe 1
of the largest waterfront recreation areas in the County. To experts
ultimate in getting their
our knowledge it is the only place in the County open to the
across to the read- .
public which offers a place to picnic out of doors, use of a messages
ing public. We recently noticeda
beach, plus public sanitary facilities.A t <
L8P 1.
pitch for U.S.Savings Bonds L1 l .
pleasant feature for residents of the city merely because -
printed on the cartons in which .
it is a park, it is almost never used by Islanders, and our milk is packaged. Com- .':. II!) -
that use usually limited to use of the beach.In '
plete with tables showing interest -
fact the classes the
swimming sponsored by County earned the bonds.
by
School Department, in which several hundred children are --------.J
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enrolled, have been held at the park for the past three years,
Although they were tempor- Anna Maria, Fla. the perfect foil the sea oats
obviously in preference to other available beaches.So arily halted Sunday by a bunchof August 18, 1962 provide to the other indigenous -.
popular Is the park on summer weekends, some patrons
Colt .45's, Fred Hutchinson's flora, to the dramatic
arrive there as early as 7 a.m. in order to stake out their Cincinnati Reds,defend- Dear Editor: Spanish bayonet and to the

claims on favorite locations, and as early as 9 a.m. there. ing champions of the National The St. Petersburg Times casuarina, switching its dain-

often are as many as several dozen cars parked there. League, have come to life witha did us a neighborly service ty horsetail tips in the faintest
Valuation of the two parks has been set by the city at a vengeance, and are within recently by means of a front- breeze. They see that God's

total of $334,530, $35,000 for the Community Hall Park, and reaching distance of a second page photograph promoting the plenty is here where it mingleswith
$299,530 for the Bay Park. An additional $25,000 is carriedon pennant. Good Luck, Hutch-- conservation of one of Anna the rampageous goat's-
the city's books as the valuation of the twelve city owned the Island is solidly behind Maria's most precious re- foot vine, the exquisite beach

lots which make up the greater part of the land occupied by youl! sources--the native sea oats. morning glory, the dauntless

the Island Youth Center. + + + Now that it is in the full gloryof little periwinkle or the seaside
Anna Maria City also is unique among the Island muni- its ripening, we do well to evening primrose, standing
cipalities in that it is the only one which levies an ad valorem A release from the State take stock of its value, to recognize quietly the watches of the

' tax, which for the current and the next tax year is 4.8 mills, Beverage Department announces its inestimable valueas night.

4.8 mills more than is paid by other property owners on the the license suspen- an erosion control, and to We do not gain strength as a
Island. sion of a Bradenton licensee, in the frieze of
rejoice again people by means of the bull-
The $26,156 to be raised by the city tax brings the city's following a charge of selling. pale gold beauty with which it dozing mentality, nor by the
total income to $46,601, more than $10,000 higher than that alcoholic beverage to a 19 gives charm and distinction tour juvenile arrogance of encroaching -
of either of the other two Island cities. Much of that income year old patron. The licensee western shore. concrete walls, nor by

will be used--of necessity--to maintain the facilities des- was Simple Sam, Inc. There are those among us aping drearily sophisticated

cribed above, with the exception of the Youth Center. + + + who do appreciate it, whetheras synthetic communities. We

Many residents of Anna Maria City are beginning to won- One of the Island's better it lifts in the first light of gain strength, as does all man-

( der aloud whether the city can afford to be so generous, known property owners is dawn, or when it hangs heavilyin kind, from the great, good

Miss Esther Williams, who is a summer squall, vivid, earth, by steadfastly joiningour

gorgeous to look upon,and who against the deep green sea. forces with those,whetherof
DRIVE CAREFULLY swims very well. Those who walk the marchesof the past or present,who rejoice -

When she visited the Islandin this "westward isle" as in it with full-hearted, "

: Watch For 1948, she did so as an em- Thoreau and Burroughs and deep seated devotion, who
ploye of Metro-G old w y n- Muir would have done, and as cherish it, who hold it in hum-
Mayer, as the female star in Teale and Peattie and their ble
SCHOOL CHILDREN the picture "On An Island feminine counterparts might reverence.Helen L. James
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Island C Of C News
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With You/' the only profess- p Hired a few days ago to be 5

ional motion picture ever hostesses at the new welcome :
filmed here and which had center of the Island Chamberof
as
Island School To Open Commerce, which is sched-
Miss Williams',co-stars, Pet-
er Lawford and Ricardo Mon- Tuesday, September 4 uled to open on October 1, t
talban. were Mrs. Dorothy Karkhoffof
Sessions at the Anna Maria Holmes Beach and Mrs.J. .
R'rr I
Realtor Jack Holmes, loathto
Elementary School will start R. Feagles of Anna Maria. iti I.
let such a lovely prospect
4.
Tuesday, September Between them the two women
leave the Island without sellingher
IJ Any pupils who have never will operate the center a totalof :
some land, did just that--
attended the Island School,and 56 hours each week. It is
sold Miss Williams a lot in who have i
not
yet registered, planned to have the center
what later became the of iI
City do the school
so at
may any open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. I
Holmes Beach. time during the day, Thursdayor seven days a week.
This week, Holmes Beach Friday, August 30 or 31. Mrs. Feagles is the former ,
City Clerk Polly Archer, who
Miss Barbara Vollmer, and
recently finished the annual
LOWER INSURANCE RATES... has lived on the Island since
chore of owners dunning for off-Island having (Continued from Page 1)) she was eleven years old. ; ; ;T" I
property Oak Ave- Mrs. Karkhoff has lived here '
general areas are: .
their lots mowed, reports that .
of Gulf Drive for the to ;
Miss Williams' check arrived nue west ; Mag- past year moving
promptly--as usual. nolia Avenue west of Gulf Holmes Beach from Minnea-
Drive; all of Gulf Boulevard; polis. She is a widow and has
+ + +
all of Peppertree Lane, and five children. xFORMER
One of the services availableto Bay Boulevard from Spring *
Island residents or visitors, Avenue south to the Bayou Recent contributors to the
and a service about which Marina. AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund of
there has been little or no publicity Boozer said that the savingson the Island Chamber of Com-

is an airborne ambul- frame homes will amountto merce are Mr.and Mrs. Anon- t

ance service. Charters, Inc., approximately 40 percent, ymous, Don Slobohrrt, CliffordH. R
which operates the Island air but that savings on insurancefor David and Fred Hutchinson.
taxi service in cooperationwith concrete block homes will Others who wish to contribute -
Florida Air Taxi,has,and be small because of the pres- to the fund, and who have
is prepared and equipped to ent low rate on that type of not yet done so, are asked to TAXIDERMIST Dick Mizner of Anna Mafia in lower picture,
fly non-ambulatory patients to 1 construction. give or send checks made out with Greater Kudu he had just finished mounting. Picture was taken a
or from the Island, from or to 1 Secretary George Wagner of to AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund to year ago in Denver, Col. where Mizner worked for Jonas Brothers the
any designated airport. Couldbe 1 the Island Fire Control Dis- C. E. Brewer at the Island world's largest taxidermist establishment. Upper picture is of Jaguar,
a valuable service to know trict said this week that the Bank. The entire fund will be a South American member of the cat family, and the smaller animalin

about. district has received no word used to larvicide on the Island picture isan Ocelot another member of cat family, which is found
+ + + about lowering of rates. He with any part of which is not both in South America and occasionally in North America.
Congratulations and best said he believed some of the used this season to be held
wishes to Del Marth, for sev- the informa- over for next
areas excepted in year.
eral the headman of the High Class SewingFOR i
years tion received by Boozer mightbe *
bureau of the St.
Bradenton in error, although he could Recent contributors to the
Petersburg Times, and who Welcome Center PARTICULAR PEOPLE
not be sure until more information project of
next week will travel north to is received. the Island Chamber of Com-

the Times' home office to take merce are Winn-Dixie Stores MARTHA SPRANG 778-1427
over a larger and more important -
tention to new shoots of the and Hood's Dairy. I
desk--and to the gentleman -
bamboo clump which grows in
who writes under the the yard of his home. The, ANTICIPATED

name of Jack Alexander, who shoots, after attaining a height: Island Repair & 41 ANNUAL COMPOUNDED I
will take over in Bradenton of from two and one-half to 4 0 DIVIDEND QUARTERLY .
after Del leaves.
three feet, really begin to Electric Service
+ + +
reach for the sun. Jack mea-
Our nomination for the Is- sured one at the same hour w. Semct Why permit your money to earn less when safety

land's most rapidly growing Saturday and Sunday, and in OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS, ALL is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
plant--bamboo trees. Realtor the elapsed 24-hour period it TYPES OF WINDOWS, HOT WATER investing? Consider .

Jack Marshall called our at- had grown 11 3/4 inches! HEATERS, APPLIANCES, PUMPS SAFETY (of your funds) W

-AND LAMPS. AVAILABILITY -:r r

SWIMMING POOlS..PATIOS I Anything in the Electrical Lint SERVICE I

All Kinds of Repairing RETURNS

GENERAL MASONRY PHONE 7782813Fulford PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts art
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government


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I
per; W. R. Johnson Holmes
:Lde( Beach 15 pounder and I. R.
Stutzman of Ind.
I ., Plymouth, ,
F ltlle. 14 1/4 pound red snapper.
Thursday: Lloyd Nalley of
Easley S. C., 16 1/2 pound
Mr' black grouper; Andy Day a
.
14 pound black, and Jerry O'-
Fishermen around the Island ,,-', Neal of Lakeland, a 10 pound
report there have been lots of c red snapper.
mackerel north of the Islandin .
f Friday: Andy Day, Easley
..1I
the few but few
days
past -., k S. C., 18 pound grouper; L.
of them biting. Very few large Prince Sr., Bradenton and

catches to report. 11'I $ : Frances Ferrell, Chester, S.
However, we are here to say ae + C., tied with a 14 3/4 pound
there were more boats and
grouper apiece.
fishermen out there Sunday Saturday: James Ireland
than there were fish. Every- Toledo, Ohio, 22 pound red
where one looked the area was -
Ernie
grouper; Acker Tampa
covered with cars and empty
19 1/2 pound black grouper
boat trailers. More than we ENTHUSIASTIC I fisherman are and Joe Bigich of Tampa 18-
have seen in the water at one Bubba and Panby Menendez grand. ELEVEN POUND 12 ounce Redfish caught by Estel Gates of Bradentonat 1/2 pound black grouper.
time for many a moon. children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mageeof the Rod&Reel Pier Sunday. Left to right are Mr..and Mrs. Gates,Mrs. Sunday: Tucker Altman Jr.
But the word is that to balance Tampa and Anna Marla. Picturewas Jennie Rehbinder and Mrs. Tom Watson with some lesser fish caught at of Bradenton 21 pound red

out the poor fishing days snapped at Bayou Marina. (Islander the pier.usualgood.. grouper; Clifford Weston of
! with good days a really serious Photo) Holmes Beach 19 1/2 pound
, fisherman has to go out
red grouper, and Richard
EVERY DAY! In that he
1 of way kerel; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. On Monday,Mrs.W. Hock of Cheshire, Conn. was Beatty of Tampa a 16 pound
chance
runs no just going Douthit and Ed Sasser, 102 J. Martin of Lorain, Ohio close behind witha 32 pounder. black grouper and two 10 pound
I out on the poor. days.. mackerel; Charles Billy and carried off top honors with a Tuesday: Wayne Shroyer of red snapper. Several red

Some catches the M. M. Helm of Oneco and S.E. whopping 42 pound black grouper Hartford City, Ind., 28 pound snapper were caught on this

week at good the Rod & Reel during Pier. Harrison Jr. of Tucson,Ariz., while Harvey Hookway of grouper; E.,R.Stacey of Brad- trip.
Al Van Dusen of Richmond Va. 35 mackerel and Red Hall, J. Bradenton Carl Pauck of Lou- enton, 18 1/2 pounder and
f landed 4 reds and 8 L. Jones A. L. Quade and isville, Ky. and T. Maxwell James Gordon of Sarasota, a Subscribe to THE ISLANDER-
mangrove Fred all of Jr. of Dalton Ga.were tied for 16 pound black
Robertson Tampa, grouper. Mailed
; snapper; Estel Gates of Brad- anywhere in the U. S. for
50 mackerel. second each landing a 38 Wednesday: Andy Day of
11 red $3.50
an 3/4 pound only
;' fish enton; Jerry O'Neal and John Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. L. pound black grouper. Antone .Easley, S. C., 26 pound grou- per year.
I
P. Thomas and and .
Mr. Mrs.L.
Waddell of
Lakeland 9 reds
I, some mullet and mangrove P. (De Soto) Thomas III, Bayou Marina Inc.THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINA. CHARTER FISHINGOne
64 mackerel; Joe and Sis Magee -
snapper; Jack Finney Brad-
t enton a 3 pound trout and a 14 mackerel. Charge Only---No Extras
I nice redfish; W. D. Furlow of Sunday: Smokey Whiteside, I AND FISHING CENTERIN
I Bradenton 2 snook about 6 13 grouper and a flounder; -
, pounds each.Frances Max Booker, 15 black grouper MANATEE COUNTY
I Pollard of Tampaand Sam and Angelo Comparetto, =
Judge Walter Burnside and '- !!I CHARTERS :
Anna Maria, 11 redfish; -
Carl Hancock 43 mackereland : INCORPORATED
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I 30, 1962. THE ISLANDER Page 5

i BRIDGE COMMAND... LETTERS TO THE EDITOR--

,, (Continued from pogo 1) Dear Editor: Cooksburg, Pa. DorTt Be A Litterbug I

his duties here
1
September '. .-. I do enjoy reading all about
1958. Prior to his working on the things that are happeningon
the local bridges, he workedon the Island--I have wintered

the Sunshine Skyway.His I there since 1947, and espec-
new position is not a ially enjoy the weather reportsas
promotion, Winters said, but it seems unbelievable thatit
merely a transfer, althoughthe can be so hot. It was 38 here
Mullet Key operation eventually 1 Saturday, Aug. 18, then up to
will become a larger jys' 75. The next day it was 54 at
collection point than the Island 8 a.m. and high at 84. We run Bradenton Beach
because of the recreation facilities 5 to 15 degrees lower than the Mayor Vic Reinel
on the Key. t official Pittsburgh tempera- exercising newly
Winters said he had enjoyedhis acquired skill of
tures, and there is hardly a ; >x E F-
work here, and that the night that my furnace does weaving hats and
residents of the Island had not start. other items from
helped greatly to make his I sleep under two all wool cocoanut palm
I work and that of his staff much blankets, plus a down quilt fronds. (Islander
most nights. Our weather all Photo)

\ LEGAL NOTICES .& summer here has been like
our usual October, weather.
\ Thar wUl b. a meeting of the City of Warm during the daytime and
I Anna Uaria Zoning Adjustment Board at LORRAINE GILL always 60 or below at night.
at ItOO the P.U.Community Saturday Hall.September 1, 1962 Low humidity and I love itl I ... -
I Subjects Request from klr. Orville A. easier by their full hearted However, I do not like the ,- .,'
I Steffel to construct a GaraG. within cooperation.Other snow and zero weather here, -,
y eight ((6') f..t of the property line. The ;
i property is locat.d at the corner of Pin. members of the staffon which start in November.Will .
Av.nu. and Crescent Drive. the local bridges who will see you in October.
Gladys Dumain. be transferred with Wintersare
i City ClerkThe Sincerely, a
Collector Jack Carson of Rebecca R. Craft
Bradenton Beach, who will be
Board of Evaluation of the City of
toll captain at the Mullet Key
Anna Maria, Florida will meet in the
\ City Offic. at 7:00 P.VI. Monday, September toll station, and Lorraine Gill Roy C. Hook of the Eagle Lodge in Elwood, Covington, Ohio, Mrs. Edith
I 10. 1962 before the scheduled of Anna Maria, who will be a Ind. and the Moose Lodge in Breeze, Tipton; Mrs. Blanche
the Hall
at Community
to Regular r.-valu.Meeting City-owned property. secretary to Winters, the Roy C.Hook,57,of 2303 Ave- Tipton, Ind.Survivors. Shigley, Bradenton, and Mrs.
The Board same position she has occu- nue B, Bradenton Beach, diedat are his wife,Mrs. Ruth Wells, Elwood, and three
I I James Rob.rt O.R.Ferguson Uo.... Commissioner Mayor pied here.Although. his residence Sunday, Aug- Helen Hook; a daughter, Mrs. grandchildren.
I Jack Marshall) R.al E.tat. Brok.r. no definite word ust 26, after a long illness.Mr. Wanda Badgley, Greentown, Funeral services and burial
George Wagner) had been received at press Hook moved here eight',Ind.; two brothers, Forrest will be in Tipton, with Toale
l I Gladys Clerk Dumain. time about Winters' replace- years ago from North Man- Hook of Tipton, and Charlie Brothers Funeral Home, Bra-
I 83096.62 City ment, it is understood that Chester, Ind., where he had Hook of Shelbyville, Ind.; four denton, in charge of local ar-
Vincent Kelly, who has workedon been a farmer before his re- sisters, Mrs. Leona Carroll, rangements.
the Sunshine Skyway, will tirement. He was a memberof
The valuation of many of the properties
within the limits of the City of Anna be transferred here. the Methodist Church, and
Uaria have b..n raised for the year 1962
S according RoU.Persons.to the Uanatee County Assessment Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

I their wishing assessments information are advised concerning to- Sunland Turf & Garden

f visit the City Offic., or telephone the" 24 HOURAmbulance
,, City Clerk.
Th. Board of Commissioners of the Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
i City of Anna Uaria Florida will sit as a Service
Board of Equalization on Uonday September ,
p t 10, 1962 aft.r the Regular Ueet- and Landscaping :
at the Community Hall.
Gladys' Dumain.

6 23, 30| 9 6. '62 City Cl.rk AT SOUTH ENTRANCE TO Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON

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AND SUPPLIES PHONE 778-2711 ,

The Bradenton

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rHfil FOODLINERQUALITY : REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

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TABLERITE BUTTER (With $5 Order-Lb..59sj) Phone Call! Will Bring a Representative
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Ph. 744-0651 746-9110 after 5
or p.m. IGA TABLERITE Western USDA Choice Chuck Steak-Lb...59* BRADENTON

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BEAUTY SER'r1CES
With Every Purchase We Now Give .
OWN lYtNINCI IT APPOINTMENT Architect i
Draws Up Master Plan
Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 778-2311 PIONEER SAVING STAMPSTHE
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FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Builder i .
Then Carries Out PlanTHE
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FOR DRINKING OR COOKING PURPOSES.

I Elgin Water THEREFORE, OUR JOB IS TO BRING TO THE ISLAND MR. WALTER YOUNG, OUR TRUST OFFICER, WILL

WELCOME AN OPPORTUNITY TO TALK WITH YOU
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CHURCHESHARVEY MOSTLY ABOUT- PEOPLE .
(St. also Pope t)
MEMORIAL CHURCH ,
(Non-DoiomiMtioMl) PLATA ENCANTADA: Mr. and ;f di

nr denton Beach Mrs. S. Alberdi Jr. and family and
REv. A. W. SIMMS Mr. and Mrs. S. Alberdi Sr. and Charles "Chuck"

SUNDAY: family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. v VerMett of Clark
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Robert Marshall and family of Pal-. Drive, Holmes
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. metto. Beach, who will

DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Henry leave soon for an
BERNARD MISSION: Harrison and party of Jacksonville. indefinite stay at
Priest: KM. niA'xus .'. WLLSVIMMC
ZANDER COTTAGE:Dr. and Mrs. Lackland AFB in
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. H. R. Reedand daughter Pat of Hy- Texasand duty as
WEEKDAYS: 8C1 a.m.
attsville Md.CUTITINO. an Air Force enlisted -
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS: : Mr. and Mrs. Joe man.Chuckis

7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. Perry and family of Ellenton. the son of Mrs.

TAPANES COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. "Pat" Flanagan, Mary VerMett.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Mrs. John Davisand family of Bran- who were married Tuesday eveningat (Islander Photo)
.
REV. LEE RATUI.. I'astfr don. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill'" .I
THURSDAY: <. Tritt of 56th Street, by the Rev. Lee
7:00 p.m. Orientation Study. Guestof Mr. and Mrs. James Mac- Ratliff, pastor of the Island Baptist
FRIDAY: Donald of 68th Street is their son. Chapel. The couple's attendantswere
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell.
7:00 p.m. Orientation Study. AN Larry J. MacDonald. U.S.N. ,
Mrs. Flanagan Is the former Mrs.
7:00 Hour.p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation who is on a three-week leave from Louise Whittaker. (Islander Photo) $

duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS
SUNDAY:
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Franklin D. Roosevelt stationed at Forrest I. Sanderson

10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Mayport, Fla. The ship is scheduled Forrest Irving Sanderson, Funeral services took place
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. to leave next month for a six to 70, of 2203 Avenue C, Bradenton Sanderson of Chicago; two Saturday afternoon at Griffith-
6:30 Service. brothers, Harrison Sandersonof ,Cline Island with the
p.m. Worship eight month training cruise in the Beach, died at his resi- Chapel,
MONDAY: Mediterranean. McFarland, Wis. and Mil- Rev. Frank Lyerly of Gloria
23.
dence
3:30 p.m. Orientation Study. Thursday, August ton J. Sanderson of Middle- Dei Evangelical Lutheran
Born in Madison Wis. he
,
6:30'p.m. R.A. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowe of Gulf town, Ohio, and a sister, Mrs. Church ,officiating. Burial was
moved the Island 16
7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. Park returned to the Island this week to years Irene Rideout of Conrad, Mont. in Manasota Memorial Park. I
TUESDAY: ago from Columbus, Ohio, and
7:30 p.m. Chapel. Choir. after spending several months at before his retirement he wasa ---

WEDNESDAY: Houghton Lake. Mich. Returningwith machinist for the Pennsyl- Island's'OLDEST
7:30 p.m. Church Business and them was their daughter. Miss vania Rail Road.Survivors Anna Maria

Prayer Meeting. Janna Rae Judy. are his wife, Mrs.'
t Jessie Sanderson of Bradenton &
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Mrs. Henry K. Duff returned to Beach; a son, Forrest I. _
( ) her home on 79th Street recently
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor after spending several months in Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. MOST EXPERIENCED

SUNDAY: New Jersey. Leon Stafford of Guava Street were
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. AGENCYJOHN
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Visitors to the Island from their and Mrs. George,Alread of Savannah -

6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior home in Charlottetown Prince Edward Ga. and sons Michael and P. HUTH INSURANCE
Youth Fellowships. Island. Canada for the past two Johnny. Mrs. Alread is the former -

TUESDAY: weeks have been former Islanders. Miss Lynda Stafford. 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
6:30 p.m. Couples's Club. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson and their .
WEDNESDAY:
: children Heather and Bobby.
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES a

LUTHERAN CHURCH TELEVISION

Rev. Frank F.. Lyerly Pastor CONDITIONERS

f xpvrt and Prompt Service
SUNDAY
: __ _
8:30 a.m. Church School. 725 14th St.. Bradenton 744.0351 -1--r---, .
10:00 a.m. The Service. 1 l Ii a j

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CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION ..,- ,

(Episcopal) ;.... .. .i'
RJTV. GBUU K. LOWE: .-. -... smart and modern

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THURSDAY: 'fI/\ /1.9 TOWN HOUSESby
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY BILL STEWART
: .- JACK HOLMES
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. PHOTOGRAPHER
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and of holmes beach
Sermon Church School.
3308 Third Avenue W.st
AIR CONDITIONED BRADENTON, FLORIDA SALES OFFICE

Office 745-6321 Horn 746-2319 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648

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ISLAND BUS SHRUBS AND PALMS REMEMBER


FOR .ISLAND GROWING <" _
SIX ROUNDTRIPS
FROM BRADENTON :t11 i .


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Trailers up to 53' .. --.,...,.,
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BRADENTON Cocktail Bar j ; 1j rJ-3-. '. ,.'- ;< *':.::.''-..'.-:. :- .- -
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WE !RENT .. :. .< .. .!

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PLAY PENS DIAPERS .
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!! ISLAND. REAL j ESTATE I



\ ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
FOR SALE Licensed Electrical Contractors Houses suitable for Island climate
Snapper and Pine Streets and conditions. Remodeling: Re.pectrie INSURANCE COMPANY
pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates Sine 1897
Wiring Fixtures .
given.NORMAN Protect Your Reel Estate Investment
L (ROY) FERGUSON
ROSEDALE Anna Maria 526 12th St. West .
BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 7434541)
:
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591
,
af BIMINI BAY Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts!

LOVELY FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM HOME, WITH: WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON

Tile bath..Large living room and Dining Area..Sliding
f+ b. + :f4f4 rA.r.N4 H. Y ; ; EVERY SURFACE!
Glass Doors to Screened Porch..Completely Equipped
BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN
Kitchen..One-Car Garage..All; New Furniture..Canal-.

Front Lot..Ready For Housekeeping-SACRIFICING; AT HARRY M. RIFE
778-2663
$19,500. LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

Anna Maria Phone 778-1341
a a RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf i

Look For These Signs Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 778.1 159 DUPLEX APARTMENTAN
I
BEACH COTTAGE on 75- LAKE LA VISTA BARGAIN
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DUPLEX, in absolutely
Ft. Seawalled Lot. Really
Comfortable and Airy-- ,, Tip-Top Condition on a lovely 100 x 100 landscapedlot
LARGE 2-Bedroom Home lots. in fine section of Holmes Beach. Close to school,
Has porches on 3 Sides-- on two Large Living
Room with Heatilator shopping, and convenient to the Beach.
Price: $13,000, $2,500 Fireplace--Separate Dining
down--$100 per month. Area--Venetian Blinds and Hurricane Awnings.Clos-
ed Garage. One 2-Bedroom and one 1-Bedroom Apartment,
Two Bedroom Beach Cot- PRICE CUT FROM $18,900 to $13,900--TERMS! each with living room, kitchen, bath, glassed porch,
tage: frame construction; and garage with laundry facilities.
carport; porch; full bath;
gas heat.Small Lot,Price JOHN B. PROTHERO One-bedroom apartment rented on permanent basisto
$6,500 CASH. retired couple.
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS

Found A Treasure Chest? 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH Price, including FURNISHINGS & EQUIPMENT,
2 BR Home: Built in elec- SLASHED FAR BELOW COST--TO ONLY

tric kitchen; lots of closet WATERFRONT HOMETHIS $17,000TERMS
space and built ins; slid-
ing glass doors from the BETTER THAN.NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS ARRANGED.

living room to a large MANY FINE FEATURES, SUCH AS A FLORIDA ROOM
OTHER GOOD DUPLEX PROPERTIES
screened porch; fenced in SELLING AS
rear yard; utility room AND SCREENED PORCH, A CLOSED GARAGE TO LOW AS $9,850.

and carport; completely PROTECT YOUR CAR, BUILT IN KITCHEN AND RE. JACK MARSHALL
furnished in excellenttaste.
Only one block to FRIGERATOR! ,PLUS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW OF THE REALTORM -

the beach. Price $12,500. BAY. PRICED AT ONLY $21,000.
Anna Maria
& M BUILDING 778.2 14.

: Two Bedroom CB Home, ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
,!, Furnished and only 100ft.
E. WAGNER. REGISTERED BROKER
I from beach. Has air con-
I ditioning & TV. Closed HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER'PrOrBOX'1012 NEW FINGERin
garage.Largelot..Really ; Anna"Maria Phone'778-2444
comfortable home for a .
I retired couple, and ONLY

l $8,750. ANNA MARIANICE

Two Bedroom CB HOME:
Lots of Closets; Large 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH FURNISHED HOME--- LUANA ISLES

,, tiled bath; living room;
and Gulf. GOOD
kitchen and dining room. Close to BeachBetween Highway

carport.Utility room This nicely and porch furnished -; RENTAL PROPERTY. ONLY Half Block From Gulf

I I Beach home and has is close extra to lot the! $14,000 Very Easy Terms

1 ALL for only $11,500-- LOTS $100 DOWN
I I $1,500 down--$85 month. Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

Building Phone 778-1333
f HOME TWO BEDROOM: Furnished BEACH, and Coquina SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156 $25 A MONTH Includes Interest

not much yard to care for. Anna Maria, Florida
t Very Attractive! Priced PAVED STREETS
at $10,600; $1,000 down,

$85 per month. See This Beautiful AirConditionedKEY City Water On RequestALSO

ONE or 2 BR Retirement
;t Home: Furnished; large ROYALE HOMEat
garage; Florida Room;
t family room; Excellent
NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
Structural Condition;
Very Close to the beach.
PRICE $11,000; $2,500 607 AMBASSADOR LANE, Available
down payment;$85 month.
I *
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-- KEY ROYALE
Living Room with nice Also the Area' Finest Homes in All Price Ranges

Fireplace; Florida room; .
dinette and kitchen;FOUR Open Today & EverydayFOR SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
Air Conditioners; Utility COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
: Room and double carport. YOUR INSPECTION. THIS BEAUTIFULLY
I Corner lot location in HB APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY FEATURE FOR
with boat dockage across EASY MODERN LIVING. TWO OVERSIZED BED
I street in canal. PRICED ROOMS WITH TWO LOVELY TILED BATHS. THE r
: at only$16,200,$600 down LAST WORD IN FINE KITCHEN CABINETS AND
f t and assume 51/4%mort- FIXTURES. KING SIZE GARAGE AND UTILITY
gage. ROOM. SIX LARGE SLIDING GLASS DOORS IN THE Walter S. Haidin
1 BIG LOUNGE OPEN UP FOR REAL "OUTDOOR
!, OPEN HOUSE: 2716 Ave. LIVING INDOORS." ONE HUNDRED FOOT CANAL
C, Holmes Beach. Two LOT WITH HANDSOME SHRUBBERY AND NATIVE Realty Company
Bedroom CB Home only TREES. PRICED AT ONLY Realtors
2 years old. Plenty of
_. closets; beamed ceiling $19,650Numerous
living room; tile bath;
terrazzo floors; carport;
other Models&SPLENDID WATERFRONT
new 12 cu.ft.refrigeratorand
gas stove. Rods and HOMESITES AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

drapes. Boat docking 778-1010 IOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
space. All for Only $10- KEY ROYALE INC.
" 575. Come and see this FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307I
Exceptional Buy ",.ny Day.I .
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Pag 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, August 30, 1962

WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr.

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE and Mrs Edward Warnock and fam- ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
I ily of Wildwood...James Wolfe and I
Tit pleasant, we, to MT ont'g name in print.=Lo D BTBON party of Rochester N. Y. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and 1 1K Mr. andMrs. A. Jeter of Plant City and Mrs. Albert C. Davies of Or-
Joseph L. Butler of Altoona. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jennison of lando...Mrs. James J. Gerken and ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

Pa.. .Leroy Hughes of Peoria, Ill. 1 Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. George family of Portsmouth Ohio...Mr.
.-..Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cullom of Hialeah. ..Mr. and Mrs. HollisFer-1 Mrs. C. Sheffield of Fort Meade. ...Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Reeves
guson of Melbourne...Mr. and Mrs.L. EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. and party ,of Union Lake. Mich.. COMPLETE BUYS MORE Fountain Service
R. Dickman of Lakewood Ohio Thomas Hall and family of Dou- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moody of Plant

..Katherine Henry of Lincoln Park glasville; Ga...Mr. and Mrs. C. City. ..Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Od- jexaff Toiletries Stationery
Mich...Mr. anu Mrs. Carl Rasmussen W. Reinhart and niece of Lima O. om of Bradenton and family.
of Chicago...Lt. Col. and Mrs. ..Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and LINE Magazines and nooks
Norman W. Pinney Jr. of Olmstead family of Cardington Ohio.. .Mr. Mrs. J. D. Ferguson and family; Mr.
AFB. Middletown. Pa. ..Mr. and and Mrs. William Gibbons of Lees- and Mrs. Robert L. Cribbs; Mr. and Beach Wear
Mrs. R. L. Straight of Knoxville !burg. ..Mr. 'and Mrs. Sam Love of Mrs.Eugene R.Dieckgrafe family -
Tenn...Dian Goldsborough of Bra- Tavares..Mr. and Mrs. Carl all of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. IN A REAL

denton.. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuss 'Chapman and family of Orlando... John Lochhead and Mr. and Mrs. DRUG STORE General Sundries
of Syracuse N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baum and George Montague all of Harvey
Stanley Porter of North Miami. family of Indianapolis. Ill. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eason.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs. NOMAD MOTEL:Mr. ,and.Mrs. E. Miss Thelma Gulutz of Bradenton Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Shirley Haley and daughter Sharonof S t eg er of Columbus Ohio..Mr. ..Mr.and Mrs.Bill Seigler of Mul-
Tam p a...Mr. and Mrs. P. E. and Mrs. Edgar DuPont of Ellwood berry...Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rowlandof Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, PharmacistAnnualPreInventory

Bordman and children of Avon Park Ind. .-.Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Es- Argyle Texas...Mr and Mrs.
.. .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Young cheof Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Robert J. Shea of Suitland Md. Sale
and family of Waver ly, Va...Mr. J. Sappand family of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Lindsey of
and Mrs. B. W. Courtney of Fort ..Mr. and Mrs. William Cleary Mango...Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ku-
Meade. and family of Youngstown. Ohio.. jala of Niles. Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Continues
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hall of Tam- Roy Dye and party of Orlando...Mr.
John F. Fisher Tampa. ..Mr. and pa.. .Mr. and Mrs. William C. Spi- and Mrs. Phillip Thomas of Ocala. REDUCEDSHORTS
Mrs. R. G. McCollum of Huntsville vey of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. J. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Ala...Mr. and Mrs. Dave C. Williamson of Jacksonville... C. Burnett of Bradenton...Mr.
DRESSES BLOUSES
Waldren of Lake Placid...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. MichaelJr. and Mrs. S. Farina; Mr. and Mrs.S. .

Mrs. Morris Rister of Lakeland... of Kettering. Ohio...Mr and Vasold and family;Mr. and Mrs. SWIM SUITS
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Tellet of Win- Mrs. William B. Shank and familyof Rene Bolivar and family; Mr. and .
ter Haven..Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mrs. B. Farina and daughters; Mr.
Rogers of Tampa. Wiser of Flint. Mich. ..Mr. and and Mrs. George Hall and family ARRIVING DAILY-
ROD HEEL MOTEL:Louis P. Per- Mrs. George K. Miller of Lakeland., all of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. John NEW DARK COTTONS '

ry of Winter Haven...R. E. Moye BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Hammond and family of Dayton MISSES & HALF SIZES
and son Bingo of Tampa. ..L. E. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Westlund of Ohio. ..Mr.and Mrs.Raymond Kal- w.
Cone and F. M. Smith of Lake Brooklyn, N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. G. benstetter and family and Mr. and
Wales...Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Car- McGarvey of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Natter and fam-
ter Jr. of Tampa. ..Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Ryan of Washington, D. ily of Hamilton Ohio.See .
H. M. Benethum of Punta Gorda... C. -
( also Page 6))
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Seaver of Cler-
mont.. .Mr. andMrs. Claude Tea-
chout and family of Clermont... ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Layaway .c- Z .: Phone '
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Frye of Cler- AUGUSTHIGH--- ---LOW--- -

mont.. .Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Rau- 30 Thur. 12:29 am 1.2 11:45 am 2.0 4:58 am 0.6 6:18 pm 0.1 Plan Ica frnen Women 778-1161
ner and family of Auburn dale... 31 Fri. 12:38 am 1.212:22 pm 2.0 5:37 am 0.5 6:42 pm 0.2
Mrs. Jennie Rehbinder and Mrs. T. SEPTEMBER SHOP AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT- '

L. Watson of Ft. Meade. 1 Sat. 12:56 am 1.3 1:00 pm 1.9 6:18 am 0.3 7:08 pm 0.3 \
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. 2 Sun. 1:19 am 1.4 1:41 pm 1.7 6:59 am 0.3 7:35 pm 0.4 FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL J

Francis Barney of Maryland... 3 Mon. 1:45 am 1.5 2:26 pm 1.6 7:45 am 0.2 8:05 pm 0.6 778-2012
Charlie Moran and children Kevin 4 Tue. 2:15 am 1.6 3:19 pm 1.4 8:37 am 0.2 8:36 pm 0.7
andCharlen of Bradenton..Mr.and 5 Wed. 2:50 am 1.7 4:25 pm 1.2 9:37 am 0.1 9:08 pm 0.8 R. C. SCHUCHARD
Mrs. Samuel H. Green of Win- 6 Thur. 3:31 am 1.7 5:56 pm 1.1 10:47 am 0.1 9:46 pm 1.0
ter Haven and daughter Ruth. 7 Fri. 4:26 am 1.7 9:36 pm 1.1 12:04 pm 0.1 10:47 pm 1:0 BOND D-.MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE

PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. Marc 8 Sat. 5:34am 1. 8 10:32 pm 1.1 1:22 pm 0.0 PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

Brantly of Fort Meade...Mrs. Joyce 9 Sun. 6:50 am 1. 8 10:56 pm 1.2 12:13 am 1.0 2:29 pm0.2 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
Barrett and son Billy of Bradenton.. 10 Mon. 7:59 am 1.911:13; pm 1.2 1:27 am 1.1 3:25 pm0.3

11 Tue. 9:03 am 2.011:23 pm 1.2 2:29 am 0.9 4:11 pm 0.3
UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE
12 Wed. 10:00 am 2.1 11:38 pm 1.3 3:23 am 0.8 4:52 pm0.3
( PAYMENT REQUIRED) 13 Thur. 10:54 am 2.1ll:56pm 1.4 4:14 am 0.6 5:29 pm0.2 THANK YOUFOR

EIGHT LINES-Sl.OO; MINIMUM 50* 14 Fri. 11:45 am .2.1------------- 5:04 am 0.3 6:02 pm 0.0
0- 15 Sat. 12:19 am 1.5 12:38 pm 1.9 5:54 am 0.1 6:33 pm 0.3 YOUR PARTICIPATION I IN OUR
LONGBOAT KEY LOTS FOR SALE 16 Sun. 12:46 am 1.6 1:33 pm 1.7 6:45 am 0.0 7:05 pm 0.5
Two exceptionally nice lot near Gull
at north point of K.y. Zoned UultipU 17 Mon. 1:46 am 1.8 2:33 pm 1.5 7:40 am0.1 7:35 pm 0.7
Dw.llinG.S4.SOO! Walt.r RARE S. BARGAIN H or din R.alty AT ONLY Co.: 18 Tue. 1:51 am 1.9 3:42 pm 1.2 8:39 am0.2 8:06 pm 0.9 PHILCO
REALTORS. CALL 778-1010. 1 19 Wed. 2:31 am 1.9 5:26 pm 1.1 9:46 am0.1 8:40 pm 1.0
ANNOUNCEMENT Starting immediate"IT 20 Thur. 3:20 am 1.8 8:37 pm 1.1 11:02 am0.1 9:40 pm 1.0 Summer Sale Specials
.ach PAID-UP Subscriber to THE
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uaclAaatttad M. ntev ctaatga adctt."C' 22. S L 5:54 zm 531 S:23 pm 1,2 :48 pmfl...S ..-.---...-..
)io;S\t\n9.# No V.tmmlcb-Oms Ft.s WATCH fOR OUR SEPTEMBER SURRSE
Four-Lin Ad Ser eoch PAID-UP SU b 23 Sun. 7:23 am 1.110:34 pm 1.212:44 am 1.0 2:50 pm -0. 1
ocrl ..r.HOME. 24 Mon. 8:38 am 1. 7 10:54 pm 1.2 1:59 am 0.9 3:36 pm 0.0
& PROPERTY ISLAND TV 778-1703
Going on Vacation? We've MAINTENANCE bad ours-wiU[ 25 Tue. 9:37 am 1.811:04 pm 1.2 2:54 am 0.7 4:12 pm 0.0
be glad to h.lp PAT you HUBER out. 26 Wed. 10:23 am 1.811:12 pm 1.3 3:38 am 0.5 4:42 pm 0.1
Box 523 Phone 778-2143 i 27Thur.11:03am 1.811:22pm 1.3 4:17am 0.4 5:07pm 0.2
Anna Maria ___"0". 77>'tyy2 L 28 Fri. 11:40 am 1.711:37 pm 1.4 4:53 am 0.2 5:30 pm 0.3 WATCH FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN #

rates WANTED for very Lawn good work.work.Very Call reasonable Bob Wil '29 Sat. 12:17 pm 1.611:55 pm 1.6 5:29 am 0.0 5:53 pm 0.5
tams at 778-2839. Your Bradenton a 30 Sun. 12:54 pm 1.6 6:04 am0.1 6:17 pm 0.6
Herald carrier. )
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HOLMES BEACH 1-BR Apts. Clean,* For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readIngs IP YOU CAN'T FIND IT AT THE ,
quiet, private. Util. turn. Prefer widows, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
or retired Block to Gulf, 3 to
.hn--.. persons.A...... 1e. Call 778-1442. ISLAND VARIETY STOREIT

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY UAINTENANCEi -
Floors cleaned Mowing ana,polishes.trimming Windows NOW CAN'T BE HAD
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient

after furnished.service.4130.ISLANDER.Reasonable Ken Fellows.rates-eferences Phone 778-2894 (Bag 5lrea insurance

PHOTOS As an added service SCHOOL'S OPEN
to our readers 5 by 7 enlargements is the ,
of any picture appearing in THE ISLANDER
are available at S1.2S eacb. Write GET YOUR
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria or Phon.
77-2021.

B'ALITPOINT PENS
FOR SALE Large camping tent 2 FOUNTAIN
camp cats camp ice chest. Also 319
pound capacity Home Deep Freeze.
A. C. Honsen. 419 Alamanda Ave., A.M.
ONE STOP SOURCEFOR 6 FOR 25c


ATDobbe's

ISLANDER

Island Hardware
ONLY MORE THAN 50 TYPES OF INSURANCE COVERAGEF. & Marine
A YEAR SupplyIf

DAVID BOOZER SOLE OWNER it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-
or."iII get.it for you. 771-2811
7781697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548,
AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY


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