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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: September 6, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 565 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1962 TEN CENTS ,

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):. Political Candidates Open Campaigns jl i I




I,_ .. Manatee County Commission And 36th District
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Thomas ;
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Murphy &: Senatorial Candidates Get Campaigns Started I
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Thomas Patrick Murphy, 68, ....-.,.... : ',
of 219 North Harbor Drive, :. .. ::;I\'.. 1. .." .. .. ... .." Candidates for County and French and W. D. Byrd, spokeat
Sportsman Harbor, Holmes I "" State offices warmed up their a meeting at the Manatee

Beach, died Wednesday, Aug- '4 ;.;. .' f\ :..:'. _'"' artillery during the past few County Courthouse.

ust 29, in an Asheville, N. C. t A. ... .,. ,.\ ," :. days preparatory to an all-out Brohard is a candidate for
hospital where he had been a .- --:"' .-., 4T drive toward the November 6 State Senator from the 36th '
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patient for three days. t'. .- general election. District pending a Federal

Born in Ireland, Mr.Murphy -: ,. #' Democratic candidates Dan Court decision due Tuesdayon
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moved to the Island from Cal- : ., McClure and Ralph Clark opened the legislature's reappor-
ifornia in 1952 to make his ." their campaigns Satur- tionment proposal. If it is 1

permanent home here. .. .' day evening when they spoketo approved, Brohard will be
,- .. W. gatherings of their supporters. running in a new senatorial

... .-' district which would not include -
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."!t"t"t.: .i Clark, who served on the Manatee County.

County Commission from 1950 French and Byrd are candi-

., until 1958, is a candidate for dates for the County Commission -
.. 1 --. the commission in District 4. French from District '
McClure is a commission 2 and Byrd from Dis-
z '. candidate from District 2, and trict 4.

is a newcomer to politics. The meeting at the court-
The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe will be installed officially as the
Monday evening, three Republican house and others to be held on
first rector of the Island Episcopal Church of The Annun-
candidates, Smyth D. September 17, October 1 and
ciation at a service at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, September 9. The
Brohard of Venice, and Carl 8, was sponsored by Manatee -
Service of Institution will be conducted by the Rt. Rev. W. L.
County Taxpayers Asso-
4 Hargrave of St. Petersburg,Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal
Marina Changes ciation, and official associa-
4t Diocese of South Florida. Status of the local church was
tions of Manatee County Vege-
t changed from a mission to an independent parish at a dio- OwnershipThe table Growers, Cattlemen,
cesan convention in West Palm Beach in May. (Islander
Holmes Beach Boat Liv- Citrus Growers, Farm Bur-
Photo
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ery and Marina, formerly operated eau and Southwest Florida
c by Frank and Al Dobbeat Milk Producers.

August Building C Of C Strip Map the north end of the Holmes

Permits Being Prepared Beach Yacht Basin, has been Kiwanis Officers

..\ purchased. by Charters, Inc.
Building permits :issued:'on A strip map of the Island is-, ,Purchase of the marina included Elected .
THOMAS MURPHY the Island during August were now being prepared by the advertising purchase of the prop- Earle Cromer of Anna Maria

,$48,500 lower than in August, committee of the Island erty on which the marina is was elected president of the

He had been a U. S. Navy 1961, when a $116,000 permitfor Chamber of Commerce.As located. It was owned by Mr. Island Kiwanis Club at last

4 career man, retiring as a the new Gloria Dei Evan- soon as it is completed; and Mrs. Frank Dobbe. week's meeting.
chief petty officer prior to gelical Lutheran Church swel- the map will be distributed to Marvin Kline, president of Other officers elected were

World War II, but had been led the total. visitors to the Island who stopat Charters, Inc. said this week Col. Sidney G. Brown Jr.,
called back to duty during the I, Holmes Beach permits in the Chamber's new welcome that the marina property is first vice president; Erik Anderson -

War. He then served as fire August were for three new center, scheduled to open on undergoing a complete rehab- second vice president;
chief on Midway Island. homes, $29,500; a 3 unit cooperative the Island approach to the ilitation program, and that the Herald H. Higgins, secretary,

After his retirement from apartment, $30,000; Anna Maria Bridge early in marina will feature a completeboat and Robert Poole, treasurer.

the Navy, he was active in the three additions, $2,900, and October. livery service, including Directors elected were Har- I
real estate business in the Los 600 feet of seawall, $6,000, Island businesses which are rentals of boats and motors, old Chapman, David Boozer, I
Angeles area. a total of $88,400.In members of the Chamber of sale of bait, etc. John Beckett, Ed Bauman, 1

Since moving to the Islandhe Anna Maria permits were Commerce or contributors to The charter boats of Char- Chester V. Crawford, Douglas I
took an active part in civic issued for three new homes, the welcome center projectwill ters, Inc. will be berthed at Gilmore, Jean-Paul St. Laur- '

and community affairs, and $39,200, and repairs, $1,153, be listed and located on the marina, and will be avail- ent and Ralph Parrish.All .
served one two-year term as for a total of $40,353. the map, with member busi- able for fishing charters at officers and directorswill

a member of the Holmes Beach Bradenton Beach issued per- nesses listed in bold type. short notice. be installed in January.WATERMELON .
mits for additions and
Board of Aldermen from 1956to repairs Contributions to the project
totaling $2,140.
1958. He also was an active may be made to C. E. Brewerat
The August, 1961 totals
member of Roser Memorial were the Island Bank, or to any
Community Church, and was Holmes Beach,$164,000; Anna member of'the committee for
Maria, $5,750, and Bradenton
board of the
chairman of its trus- project.
Beach, $9,645.THE .
tees for six years.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Island Bowling League s. l'Mi

Miriam Hall Murphy, grand- ISLANDER is now Season Opens Friday
daughter of George Bean, one on sale in Bradenton atSharp's
of the Island's early settlers, Drug Store in Action in the' 12 team Island

and a daughter, Mrs. Kathleen the Professional Build- Bowling League will get under
Peters of California. ing at Manatee Avenue way at Cortez Lanes Friday

Funeral services were held and 11th Street West. evening, September 7, with
Saturday in Black Mountain, play to start at 6:45 p.m. t
N. C. and burial in Mountain- 1

view Memorial Park, Black '
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Mountain.Mr. .
and Mrs. Murphy were
spending the summer in Black

Mountain, as they had for sev- .-. .
eral years, and planned to return t r'
to the Island last week. GROWERS Jo. W.bb and Harvey Craven of Anna Maria.
se_ Although crop Is light on vino planted by boys at Cravons' canaUldo
homo, the size of the ono melon shown rofutos theory that melon can-
High Twelve Club :: -" not bo grown hero In summer. (Islander Photo)

Hosts at a fish fry Wednesdaynoon
for fellow members of the q
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Island High Twelve Club were
Ralph Parrish and Tom Mc-

Kay. :', cr Temperatures Water Rainfall

The event was held at the Sam Noon 6$m High

Anna Maria Bay Park, with .... -
Aug. 28--86 92 86 92 89 None
several dozen members at-
Aug. 29--86 90 84 91 91 None
tending.For :
Aug. 30--80 90 80 91 89 .4
the next few weeks, i '
through the first week in October Aug. 31' --80 92 86 92 90 .2

the club's luncheons will I Sept. 1"-80 92 84 92 90, None
be held each NEW ADDITION to educational building at ROBOT Memorial Community Sept. 2--82 92 82 92 92 .2
at noon Thursdayat
Church, being built by VanOstanbrldgo & Son of Holmes Booth. Ulan-
the Manatee County Beach dor Photo) Sept. 3--82 92 86 92 90 None

Pavilion.




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Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL ,pRlq 4A By 'l'BIIDI7'OIt. ADDED REASONSThere

News and advertising.MARGE KIMBALL Many policemen and others
who concerned with law are some additional reasons the Corps of Army
Mall Addr. it Anna Marla, Florida y/ON are
enforcement subscribe to idea Engineers might consider favorably a request for assistancein
that the incidence of violent erosion control on the Island at this time, or at least a
$3.50 $2.00 for six months in
Subscription a year; payable
crime is than usual request for a study and report.A .
advanc*-Canada, $5.00 per year. greater
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for "influence" of the new brief look at a map of the Tampa Bay area will show
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. and/or full moon. A recent anyone interested an idea of the location of the Island and
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. visitor here Police Officer Egmont Key in relation to Tampa Bay and Tampa Harbor.
Art Herman of New Jersey, These two keys are the protective reefs for the Bay and
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn offered statistics to substan- Harbor, and form something of a bulwark which helps protectthe
tiate this premise, saying that Harbor and the channels leading to and from the Harbor.
j Independent weekly published every Thursday by "influence" of the phases of The Port of Tampa has come a long way since the Bay
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida
the moon extends 24 to 48 was useful principally as a hideout for pirates, and more

I Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. hours either way, that is, especially since the Spanish-American War established it as
ahead or afterward.The an important harbor. During that war, Tampa became the
Island's only recent example embarkation port for all the troops sent to Cuba, and in the
THESE CHANGING CONDITIONS of really violent crime, years since the turn of the century, its importance as a port
.
the shooting by confessed and has increased steadily.
In 1945 the Manatee County Commission requested an convicted murderer Bill Bog- Tampa is now listed officially as one of the country's
erosion study of the Gulf beaches on Anna Maria Island and gess, occurred on June 30,and leading ports, both in tonnage and importance, and figures of
Longboat Key by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. the calendar lists a new moon tonnage shipped and received annually bear out that listing.In .
Purpose of the request was to interest that well-heeled the following night, July 1. 1949, 5,436,202 tons of shipping went through Tampa,
Uncle in Washington in lending moral,engineering and finan- a formidable amount of grain, fruit, automobiles and what-
'cial support to some beach stabilization work here. + + + ever. Think what a mountain five million plus tons of any-
The published report of the Beach Erosion Board of the Recent events in certain financial thing would make!
Corps of Engineers, dated October 9, 1947, indicates the circles prove there is Yet just ten short years later, in 1959,the latest year for
study was thorough. It covered a distance ". .of about 13 no substitute for professional which figures are available,the tonnage was 13,344,688,more
miles of shore, includes essentially the Gulf shore of Anna competence. than two and one-half times as much!
Maria Key, a distance of about nine miles and the northerlyGulf Everyone has read about the Reasons enough for considering projects which might
I shore of Longboat Key from the Longboat Inlet southward Cape Cod highwaymen who help to keep the shipping channels north of the Island clear?

to the Manatee-Sarasota County line,about four miles. .. The heisted a mail truck for the
keys are used for resort purposes,the principal beach com- largest "haul" ever made in
I munities being Anna Maria and Bradenton Beach, located, an armed robberysomethingover
.. respectively, on the northern and southern portions of Anna a million and a-half in Destroying The ImageQuestions
j Maria Key. Residential development of the keys is generallyof very spendable small bills.
modest character with a normal housing capacity for 600. Apparently inspired by one
J All property shoreward of the high-water line is privately of those office mottoes which asked by the tax-paying public about the recent
: owned. ." advise one to THINK BIG! the firing of five supervisory nurses at Manatee County Veterans
Other parts of the report stated that "The population of gang figured every angle and Memorial Hospital are still unanswered, and those officialsin
Manatee County in 1945 was 26,803; and The assessed valuation carried out a well planned job. a position to answer the questions show no disposition to

of the real estate located between the Gulf ordinary Of course, we do not advo- do so.
"
4 I high-water line and State Highway Routes 18 and 18A (now cate that as a way of life or of At the same time, some of the same officials who carried '
1 Gulf Drive on the Island, and Gulf of Mexico Drive on Long- earning a living, but mentionit on the investigation for the County Commission,and who "reported" -
boat Key) within the study limits on Anna Maria and Longboat only for purposes of com- to the public on their findings conclusions, have
Keys is $408,190, about $150,000 of this valuation is at parison--at the other end of voted the sum of more than $80,000 to publicize Manatee
Bradenton Beach." County for the next fiscal year.
the scale were the would be
j Included in the report were suggestions and recommendations bank robbers on St. Peters- Purpose of the publicity is to attract more settlers, more
for stabilization of the beaches. But conclusions reachedby burg's Holiday Isles, who had industry, more tourists.
the Corps, after the chaff was winnowed out, were these: neglected to find out what time Some unasked for publicity for the County and its hospital -
f "(a) Adoption of a Federal project for protection of Anna the bank they intended to rob will be forthcoming in the October issue of the American
Maria and Longboat Keys is not advisable; closed--and arrived at the site Journal of Nursing, the number'one publication of the pro-
.f (b) No public interest is involved in such protection; andc after closing hours! fession.Is .
( ) No part of the expense involved (in a beach stabiliza- the County Commission working at cross purposes?
tion project) should be borne by the United States."
The report seemed heartless to residents of the area, as
I though their favorite relative was abandoning them and their

possessions to the whim of the elements, but obviously the Beware Claims!
I Corps of Engineers carried out its assignment according to Unproved
an established set of rules and standards. In fact, the study
i and report were made under provisions of Section 2 of the
I River and Harbor Act of 1930.
Because the Corps of Engineers concluded that"protec-
f tion of the entire length of the shore line under study appears
unwarranted at this time (1947))." for the reasons set forth,
A PROVEN FACT
and because the conditions governing the decision of the :
Corps have changed greatly in 15 years,perhaps the time has ,
come to request another study and report, and possibly some
Federal assistance.
I THE POPULATION OF MANATEE COUNTY IN 1945 WAS .":"

26,803. In the official United States Census of 1960, the pop- Paid
THE ADVERTISING RESEARCH
e ulation of Manatee County was 69,168, and now, approximately -

two and one-half years later, the figure is over 70,000. FOUNDATION (NOT A NEWS
THE PRINCIPAL BEACH COMMUNITIES IN THE STUDY
AREA ARE ANNA MARIA AND BRADENTON BEACH. Now PAPER ORGANIZATION)
we have in addition, the City of Holmes Beach and the Townof CirculationInsures I lMEN '
Longboat Key, both fast growing communities. REPORTS THAT 80% OF THE
,' THEY HAVE A NORMAL HOUSING CAPACITY OF ,"'
ABOUT 600. Although no figures are immediately available AND 95% OF THE WOMEN

I on housing, the year around population on the Island is over
3,000, besides that in Longboat Key.Not to mention the many WHO SUBSCRIBE TO A NEWS-
facilities on both keys for seasonal visitors. : -
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; PAPER READ THE ADS! ."t. ,
THE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE KEYS IS 4">
:
GENERALLY OF MODEST CHARACTER. One brief drive THE ADVERTISER'S MESSAGE ::':::4
around any of the communities in question would soon show Intense : i
how out-of-date that reason is. IS GOING TO PEOPLE WHO .: ,
THE ASSESSED VALUATION OF THE REAL ESTATE .
LOCATED BETWEEN THE GULF ORDINARY HIGHWATERLINE HAVE PAID FOR THEIR NEWS ':f"t .

AND STATE HIGHWAY 18 AND 18A (Gulf & Gulf of :. -;;!, .t
Mexico Drives) WITHIN THE STUDY LIMITS ON ANNA PAPER AND ARE EAGERLY. Reader .
>
MARIA AND LONGBOAT KEYS IS $408,190--ABOUT$150.- : WEEK'S c""
AWAITING EACH
000 OF THIS VALUATION IS AT BRADENTON BEACH. -. ..

WOWI! How that picture has changed I No breakdown is ; DELIVERY. !;'.:

available to show how much the same area is now assessed, .. Interest t.._,.,..,,.
but the total assessment for the Island and the Manatee J :;: '

County end of Longboat Key is $29,620,240 net, after all It -'. .1I"r
:: exemptions! Broken down by communities, the assessmentsare "' ".;"- ";"'('
: Holmes Beach, $10,629,880; Longboat Key,$10,120,640; ..:; _. ,
Anna Maria City, $5,519,900, and Bradenton Beach,$3,349-
820. Figures which should--and might impress the Corps of

Engineers.ALL .
THIS REAL ESTATE IS PRIVATELY OWNED.Here
too, the picture has changedl! The Manatee County Beach,
with its pavilion and other facilities has become public
The
f property since the 1947 report; the recently purchased Islander
6,000 feet of Gulf front property at the south end; the 1,420
feet of Gulf front park in Anna Maria, plus approximately .
100 street ends in all three Island cities. .

Altogether, there seem to be reasons enough torestudythe ,1* Serving Anna Maria Island Since 1951Pa
area for another report and further consideration. ;
possible Federal assistance.



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September 6, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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Young Islander Builds Unique Motor VehicleCars ? .L-
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in order to be Interest- were done by Hedgcock,which
ing nowadays, have to be out- shows him to be a mechanic of
of-the-ordinary. And a car no little ability. I
Y which well fits that descriptionis The Buick V-8 engine was

the Hedge-Hopper,designedand completely rebuilt, and all
built by Islander Bob parts used were either new or
Hedgcock. rebuilt. a ji I--i .-_ _
Of somewhat obscure par- Some finishing touches are -

entage, the vehicle's blood- still undone. When completed, j"fAL
.x lines perhaps can best be they will help transform the ::
described as out of Early car from something of an ugly
Dodge by Buick 54. duckling to something more
Not notable for its looks or nearly resembling a gracefulswan.

its lines, it does however, .
# look powerful and serviceable.The One of its features which impressed -
f vehicle s components : the writer with the

were found in many different young builder's ingenuity wasa
places. Its body is from a 1923 neatly installed aluminum -1'-.
Dodge; engine from a 1954 :panel which converted the old -
Buick; headlights from a ,body's top into an all metal
PET BABY RACCOONS RobbU
front and ends unit. HYBRID CAR designed and built by Islander Bob H.dgcock. (Islander I
Crosley rear
and Bob on a feeding tray on tree ; Photo)
at home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank from early model Fords;rear The car represents an expenditure -
Br.chlln of 83rd Str..t. (Photo by wheels from a Lincoln; front : of about $1,200, all
Frank Br.chlln) wheels from a Mercury;dash- of which was spent for parts, lenge. He has been Intensely Mrs. Florence Bowers, at
board from a boat; seatbelts :plus 23 months of sparetime interested in cars and motors whose home he actually built
from a Navy fighting plane, labor by Hedgcock. A setbackwas since he was a youngster, and the car, and his brotherinlaw -
John Olaf Olsen and the radiator grill shell dealt the project in Feb- has owned a total of 11 cars and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

from one of the Island's first ruary, when wheels and new and two motorcycles since he John Van Ostenbridge, with
John Olaf Olsen, 66, of 108 16. Four of whom he males his home.
fire trucks.A tires were stolen from the car was years servicein
Ninth Street South, Bradenton car builder like Bob Hedg- when it was in the carport of the Air Force were spent as Employed as an apprentice.
Beach died his residence
at
cock not only has to learn and his grandmother's home in a mechanic. lineman by General TelephoneCo.
Wednesday, August 29. Bornin use many skills in building a Anna Maria. Hedgcock says his work on ., Bradenton, Hedgcock has
Stockholm,Sweden,he mov- but also has the building project was aided the mechanical ability and interest -
ed here from Tampa in 1958. car, to employ an On performance of the car,
different greatly by the understanding of to have a successful
He was a retired marine entirely vocabularythan Hedgcock says he has not yet
engineer, and was a memberof that of the average per- had sufficient opportunity to his family--his grandmother, career in that field.

a Lutheran Church in Tam- son. He chopped the body five test it. He does, however,
inches, channeled it six inches credit it with good roadability, Class
pa, and a member,of Hermi- High SewingFOR
tage Lodge 98, F&AM, New and designed and made the performing like a sports car,
Orleans. frame of the car from three but says its riding qualitiesare
inch channel iron. The car'sexhaust PARTICULAR PEOPLE
Survivors are his wife, OlgaB. only fair because of the
Olsen, Bradenton Beach, system--dual pipes of design of its springs and its
and a sister, Mrs. Robert course--was designed and shock absorbers. It weighs MARTHA SPRANG 7781427Elgin

Schultz, Freeport, L. I., N.Y. fabricated by the builder. It only 2,200 pounds, and the engine -
Funeral services were held sounds "healthy" but not objectionable will develop about 150 hp.
Friday afternoon at Griffith- Hedgcock says. His purpose in building the Water Softeners and Filters

Cline Island Chapel, with One hundred percent of the car was merely to satisfy a
members of Bradentown body, engine and welding work longtime ambition and chal-

Lodge 99, F&AM, assisting. BONDED & I INSURED

During World War II, Mr. Island Repair &
Olsen was a Chief Marine DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON -
Engineer in the Merchant BEAUTY SERVICES Electric Servicew. ROY PHILLIPS

marine, and received the Mer- THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
chant Marine Defense Bar,the owl IVININOS IT AMOINTMINT SfY/Ct
58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486
Atlantic War Zone Bar, the Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 778.2311 OIL BURNERS, GAS HEATERS, ALL

Philippine Liberation Ribbon ANNA MARIA CITY TYPES OF WINDOWS, HOT WATER
and the Pacific War Zone Bar. HEATERS, APPLIANCES, PUMPS

AND LAMPS. SWIMMING POOLS---PATIOS

Anything in the fecfncoLin*
WE LIKE CARS--your car--our car--any car. We enjoy
All KiM of Repairing
working on an auto that has been treated with love GENERAL MASONRY
PHONE 771.1113Fulford
and respect. On the other hand, one that has been ....

neglected is a challenge. Which type is yours? Palms Complete Installations

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Lots of mackerel in the pass mum. :
CAPT.
north of the Island, but very MAXlMUt ,
few of them have been inclinedto t I Ia

bite, according to the fish- ..
ermen who have been out there sa rfr

after mackerel. But then, it
is the sun and air these fisher-
men usually claim they are ;: M

seeking--the fish are supposed -
to be a secondary consider-
ation.
One of the best catches of

the past few days was. that LABOR DAY CATCH of 21 grouper made by Max and Mary Booker of
landed at Bayou Marina by Lakeland, from their cruiser MAR-LIN out of Bayou Marina. Largest of
Max and Mary Booker of Lake- the fish was a 39 pound black grouper caught by Mrs. Booker. Fish were
land on Monday. Fishing from caught in Gulf in 100 feet of water. Booker is commander of the Lakeland
their cruiser, MAR-LIN, they Power Squadron. (Islander Photo)
caught one old granddaddy of

a 39 pound black grouper-- Monday: Fred Miller of Mans- Friday: Harold Townsend,
that is, Mary did--plus 20 field, Ohio, a 58 pound jewfish Evansville Ind. 14
1/4 pound
and Don Swarts of
FISHERMEN Dick (13)) Ken (11)) SPEAR FISHERMAN
lesser
grouper,although some Olga Miller, Mansfield, Ohio, black grouper; E. R. Stacy, MacMartin of Richmond, Mich. with Bradenton Beach with 25H Inch, 5'/i
were as large as 15 pounders. a 20 1/2 pound black grouper, Bradenton, a 13 pound black 0 30-inch, 10-pound bonito they caughta pound flounder he speared while
Their catch was made in the and Carl Pauck, Louisville, grouper, and E. J. McCullar, 0 few days ago while fishing with skin diving in Gulf near LayZLivN -
Gulf in about 100 feet of water. Ky., a 19 pound black grouper. Orlando, a 12 pound black. 0 their grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. Ken Motel Monday. (Islander Photo)
Harry Kraner of Bradentonwas Tuesday: Jack Herod.USMC, Saturday:. Mrs. Emil Col- Tout of Holmes Beach. (Islander l
another successful grou- 37 pound black grouper; Bill bert, Sarasota, 22 pound black Photo)
per fisherman over the week- Moyer, Fortville, Ind., a 21 grouper, Cynthia Colbert,_
end. On Sunday, he and his pound grouper, and Claude Sarasota, 18 pound grouper, Subscribe to 'The Islander'Your Newspaper
party landed 44 grouper at the Forth, Indianapolis, 20 pound and Doc Dixon, Sarasota, a 14
Bayou Marina, and Monday, red grouper. pound red grouper.BayouMarinaInc..
brought in 35 more.Sunday's Wednesday: R. V. Wilk of DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
catches also included Frostproof, a 1712poundredgrouper The FOR
60 trout by Ray Wal- ; Ivan Kibner, Colum- All-Modern Gulf Park MOBILE HOMES
lace of Tampa and son Randy; bus, Ohio, 16 pound grouper,
14 nice mackerel caught by Blanche Bennett, New Albany, TH E MOST COMPLETE MARINA *Private Beach Boat Basin *Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
Kenny Robinson and Tommy Recreation Holt Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
Ind., 15 pound grouper, and AND FISHING CENTERIN -
House of Bradenton and Ken Bernice J ewe 11, Louisville, MANATEE COUNTY
Carothers of Tampa; and a Ky., a 10 1/2 pound red snap-
RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
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charter party on Capt. BradKnapp's per.Thursday -- -\I
: C. H. Hayman, luxury accommodationsinclude T
MALISH. Bradenton, 16 pound grouper; BOA TS--SALES & SERVICE :
Emma Glennon, Bradenton,14 -FUEL- EFfiCIENCIES| |
On the two piers in Anna
pound grouper, and Charles (DIESEL & GASOLINE) BEDROOMS and APARTMENTSSURF
Maria, mangrove snapper and Bianco, Bradenton, a 13 pound
mackerel were the best bets, black grouper.; ANNA MARIA 778-2423 and POOL BATHING
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landed.
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Women Voters' LeagueThe MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Teen Club ElectionNew
(S.. also Pope IJ
League of Women Votersof officers of the Island
Manatee County will have a LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Teen Club were elected at a
Getting-To-Know-You Luncheon Mrs. M. DeS ear of Bradenton ..Mr. club meeting Thursday even-

at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, andMrs. T. K. Waller and family,
September 11, at the Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lamb and family ing.Gayle Mellin was elected as c

Country Club. Gettingtoknow and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bur- president; Kathy Boozer, vice Q
program will be presented chen Jr., all of Fort Meade.,.Mr. president; Betty Rae Bricker, i
by the committee chair- and Mrs. P. Chillura, Mr. and Mrs. secretary, and Richard Ker-
man. Mrs. Melville Gill of C. C. Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Tony mode, historian. )'

Tampa, State Consultant of the Cagnia and family and Mr. and Mrs. Other officers are: Jill Fea- $f r

League, will be the guest of Jack Hubert, all of Tampa...Mr. gles, Dick Frost and Pat Nies- ,j_ '
, honor. and Mrs. J. W. Hill of Mango... man, members of the Junior
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams of Council; John McDonald,Mel-
I the horseshoe crab anie Lambdin and Janice Hav- 75 L x -
Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. R. C. x .
erkos, members of the Senior ,,k.
marine that
biologists say Hawkins of Mulberry..Mr. and .
and John Harter <
Council
ser-
the hardshelledbrown Mrs. Louis Turbe and family of Bar- l S '
I w
geantatarms.The
I horseshoe crab is one tow.. .Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Jewel
officers will
of the lastnowliving and family of Louisville Ky...Mr. for new serve BRIDE ELECT Miss Ann Mellin, at head of table, will become wife of
remnants of the prehistoric age and Mrs. Wayne Folck of Indiana- one year. Lt. Melvin H. Long, U.S.M.C.. on Saturday, September 15. She was the

which is fine (for the crab) polis...Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. first year at the University of Flor- guest of honor at a small party of ex-schoolmates I at Holmes Beach
I Yacht Club last week. Other girls in picture are (from left): Mary Ann
> but Lewis of Dayton, Ohio...Mr. and ida. He spent the summer as counselor VerMett, April Blassingame, Carmen Cagnlna, Janice Carlson and Patti
what i cant see is Mrs. L. E. Masoncuppof Richmond, at Cam p Kleve, Damariscotta, Welsch. (Islander Photo) ."
how did anythingso Va..Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Davis Maine.

ugly and family of Lenox Ga...Mr. and e e e
I / ever live Mrs. H. B. Wilder and Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCallum of Mrs. Charlotte Snyder of Bradenton Miss Halle Woods and Miss Flora

so long?' Wilder and children of Ruskin... Anna Maria have returned from a Beachhas returned to the Island Woods of Maple Avenue have returned -

--Steve deWolf Bill M a r tin of Lake Wales...Mr. two month vacation, during which from Birney, Mont. where she spent to the Island after spendingtwo
visited friends and relatives in
I and Mrs. L. Swayze of LaVergne they the summer. months at Fletcher, N. C.
Iowa and Indiana and month
a at
LEGAL NOTICES Tenn. C C e *
C e their cabin in Northern Wisconsin. Mayor and Mrs. Carl F. Scott of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mizen returnedto

Th Board of Evaluation of tho City of Mr. and Mrs. August Dreyfus of They report cool temperatures there Holmes Beach returned to the Island their home in Anna Maria this
Anna Maria, Florida will m..t in the with the thermometer down low after vacation of three
as Monday a week after spending several monthsat
City Office at 7tOO P.... Monday September Bradenton Beach were called to
10. 1962. before the ..ch.dul.dR.vular Canada this week by the death of as 27 in the nearby"cranberry bogs, weeks. Sayner, Wis.
Mooting at the Community. Hall, and are glad to be back on the Island C e e e e
to re-value City-owned property.Tho Mr. Dreyfus' father.
Board C catching mackerel. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. O'Neil of Miss Sylvia Snyder who has been

! James O. Forauson. .., Commissioner, Mayor Guests at the home of the Rev. and C e Richmond Va. are vacationing at visiting her mother, Mrs. Ruth Sny-
Robert R. .0.
Jack .arabaU) Real Estate Brok.rs Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th Street Miss Dodie McKay, daughter of the Anchor Cottage. der of 81st Street, and her sisters,
Georg. Wan.r) have been Mr. and Mrs. Robert Al- Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKay of Anna left this week to resume her studiesat
Gladys' Dumaino'exander of Cincinnati. Maria and Miss Sue Krone, daughter Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Reins of Bar- the University of Kentucky.
City Ci.rke of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krone of tow are spending some time at Sun-
30} 9 6, '62Tho C *
Wilford Stokes Jr., son of Mr. and Holmes Beach, left last weekend to swept Apartments.

valuation of many of f and Mrs. Wilford Stokes of Holmes enter their freshman year at the Un-
r'm within the limit of the City rot rAnna Beach, left a few days ago for his iversity of Florida.
Maria have b..n raised for the y.ar 1962
according Roll.Persons.to the Manatee County Assessment Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

wishing information concerning Sunland Turf & Garden
their assessments are advised to
visit the City Office, or telephone the 24 HOURAmbulance
City Clerk.
The Board of Commissioners of the Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
City of Anna Maria, Florida will sit as a
Board of Equalisation on Monday, September -. Service
10, 1962, after the Regular .... and LandscapingAT
at the Community Hail.
Gladys Dumain.

a 23, 30; 9 6, (62 City Clerk SOUTH ENTRANCE TO Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON

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FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
) AND SUPPLIES PHONE 778-2711

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ISLAND BUSSIX FRISKIES FISH OR CHICKEN CAT FOOD-4 For..9.With *


Every Purchase We Now Give
ROUND TRIPS Architect
Draws Up Master Plan
FROM BRADENTON PIONEER SAVING STAMPSTHE
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY

..5. One Way, 80* Round Trip
FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Builder I I
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE Then Carries Out Plan
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CHURCHESHARVEY MEMORIAL CHUICHNoaDeltOlaiMtioMI Unitarian Manatee FellowshipThe Unitarian-Uni- Island Real Estate Market Active I

( ) versalist Fellowship will open
Bradenton Beach its 1962-63 year with the first
Ktv. A. W. Subs meeting at 10:30 a.m. Sunday

,.. AY: September 9, at the Palma
.30 a.m. Sunday School. Sola Community Club. The
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. sermon will be "A Call to
Spiritual Greatness" by the NEW HOME on Spring Avenue,
BERNARD MISSION Rev. Straughan L. Gettier of Anna Maria, recently purchased -
I'll;tit: If.tlLA>fIi F. "'ILS: ILU.K the South Nassau Unitarian by Mr. and Mrs. Roland A.

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Church Freeport, N. Y., and Fulghum of Creve Coeur, Mo.
WEEKDAYS: ROO.a.m.. will be read by Dr. Henry F. from Manatee Builders, Inc.
HOLY DAYS: &.'0 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.James. A coffee break and Transaction was negotiated by
WEDNESDAYS: round table discussion will Jack Marshall, Realtor, of
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction follow. Gulf Drive Anna Maria, in
Services are held each Sunday cooperation with Livingston
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL with the Junior Fellow- Realty.
REV. LEE RATUFF. astir ship classes starting at 10:15.

THURSDAY: HOLMES BEACH home at 219

3:00 p.m. Sunbeams & Jr. G.A. Roser PreSchoolThe 85th Street, recentlypurchased -
FRIDAY: by Mrs. Dorothy and MarJorie ,
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High RecreationHour. pre-kindergarten schoolat Karkhoff of Holmes i

Roser Memorial Community Beach from Mr. and Mrs.
7:00 p.m. Finance Committee. Church opened Tuesdaywith Harry Hummel of Pontiac I
SUNDAY: Mich. Purchase was handled
ten pupils. With accom- I
9:30 Sunday School.
a.m.
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. modations for 18, the schoolis by John B. Prothero, Regist- I
ered Real Estate Broker of
,
5:30 p.m. Junior Choir. seeking eight additional pu-
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. pils. 81st Street Holmes Beach.
MONDAY: To be eligible to attend the Mrs. Karkhoff and her family I'
6:30 p.m. R.A. school a child must be four plan to make the property
TUESDAY: years old before December 31. their permanent home. i
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Registration may be done by
7:30 W.M.U. Circle 1.
WEDNESDAY p.m. : calling the church, 778-2882, TWO BEDROOM HOME at 110
any morning except Friday or Twelfth Street North Bradenton -
10:00 a.m. Ruth Jones Circle, W.M.U"r
7:30 Saturday, or by calling 778- Beach, recently purchasedby
Prayer Meeting.
p.m. 2170 at any time. A birth cer- Mrs. Marjorie Peck of Lar- -'
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir.
tificate will be necessary to go from Mr. and Mrs. Jack r ,$a

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoHDtnominurional complete registration.The Carson. Mrs. Peck plans to
( ) school will operate from make her permanent home q
Rev. 1 ichard K. Wiggins, Pastor 9 to 11:45 a.m. each Tuesdayand here. The sale was negotiated
Thursday. Transportationto by Dick Wagner, Realtor, of
THURSDAY: and from classes will be Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach.
SUNDAY 7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. the sole responsibility of par- (Islander Photos) i
:
ents or guardians.A .
9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. full well rounded programhas r
6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior been planned, and a copyof
Youth Fellowships. the school policy will be
TUESDAY: given to each applicant.
10:00 a.m. Guild Coffee at home of.
Mrs. Grover VanKirk. REASON & AKSOKFLORIST


GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
"free c/Wnrwy to tW lilonf
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor Dixie Grande Hotel Bldq. SEE better, HEAR better with aBRANDNEW
Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m.
SUNDAY: S
8:30 Church School.
a.m.
10:00 a.m. The Service. WE RENT TV .:

FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
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CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
It's wonderful! ri
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(Episcopal PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Rv. Cuut-D K. Ltnn r-"

THURSDAY: SUNBATHING COTS <'.. ...................... l

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS i and now i.
TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER .
TRINITY: LINENS BLANKETS ",' live it up with

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. LINEN RENTAL SERVICE vivid, brilliant 0
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and .. '
Sermon, Church School, and spec- Bradenton Beach 778-1472 1 COLOR TV L : : '

ial Service of Institution. ::4'- .................
IF NO ANSWER--CALL 778-1550 :. cint
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WILL BE SHOWING THE LARGEST STOCK OF :. t
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RADIOS, TELEVISION AND HI-FI'S ON THE ISLAND
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ZENITH COLORWILL 44


BE SHOWING THE GOLF MATCHES FROM AKRON, -."'1:t;> ',

OHIO IN LIVING COLOR SEPTEMBER 8 & 9, SO COMEIN ........".. &B1Li71!

AND WATCH WITH US THIS WEEKEND.

ISLAND TV 778-1703


.

Have Those Shirts IRONED will..and make a everyone second set happy


Lots of good television programs coming And for all-family fun, a second net will
up. Spectaculars and extravaganzas. Good please everyone.Youngsters can then watch
looking, good listening for everyone. Time their favorite TV shows...while you enjoyto
change to a brand-new set! You'll see yours.No bickering...nobody'let down...
and hear the difference... and everybody'happy .:,1 I

'h' -. ', The new TV models are so improved you.A' RADIO in every room adds to the enjoy 1 _

JS*.';,?:*.. hardly believe your eyes and ears.So clear! ment..keep you in tune with music and
'i : So sharp!The world of entertainment comes fun and what'going on.A STEREO HI-FI '
.l.t\T'7 r' alive right in your home. Remote tuning brings new listening thrills.,music so real h ._
.' controls turn sets on and off, change channels it doesn't sound recorded. ':.,
; and adjust sound-without leaving J'-!
:
-. ; :.._, "1 1 :;: your easy chair. Fine-furniture consoles. WiththeMagic3..RadioStereoHiFiendSlim i'
and trim portables. Glorious fidelity TV...there' never a dull moment. Just a '
Beach BendixLaundry -in black-and-white and brilliant vivid few pennies worth of electricity brings you ,
COLOR TV that's A new delight in sound all this stimulating entertainment-for the ., "
and sight. whole family. i .

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I ISLAND REAL ESTATE I


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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
FOR SALE INSURANCE COMPANY licensed Electrical Contractors Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Re.
Snapper end Pint Streets
Since 1897 pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
DICK Protect Your Real Estate Investment Electric Wiring Fixtures gi.'II.NORMAN .
L (ROY) FERGUSONDay ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743.4541IF
778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591

WAGNER
YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING SHRUBS AND PALMSFOR

ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

s E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER ISLAND GROWING

BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes leach, 778.2<<.4

BIMINI BAY We Deliver & Plant h

778-2663 .... "'....'....'......
LOVELY FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM HOME, WITH:.
PHELPS NURSERY
i Tile bath..Large living room and Dining Area..Sliding
I Glass Doors to Screened Porch..Completely Equipped 309 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1501
Look For These Signs
Kitchen..One-Car Garage..All; New Furniture..Canal

TWO BEDROOM BEACH Front Lot..Ready For Housekeeping-SACRIFICING AT
HOME: Furnished, and BARGAINFOUR
not much yard to care for. $19,500.r
Very Attractive! Pricedat
$10,600; $1,000 down, RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf APARTMENT BUILDING OVERLOOKING THE
. $85 per month. Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
GULF. CONCRETE BLOCK CONSTRUCTION AND N
.
ONE Home or: Furnished 2 BR Retirement; large Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts! RECENTLY SPRAYCRETED. BASICALLY IN GOOD

garage; Florida Room; CONDITION, BUT NEEDS SOME INTERIOR
family room; Excellent
Structural Condition WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON
; PAINTING, ETC. IDEAL FOR HANDY MAN.PRICED
Very Close to the beach.
EVERY SURFACE!
PRICE $11,000 $2,500 as
;
FAR BELOW ACTUAL VALUE AT ONLY $12,900--
down payment;$85 month. BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN

.
FURNISHED. TERMS AVAILABLE.
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-- HARRY M. RIFE
Living Room with nice
Fireplace; Florida room; LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna See FRANK DAVIDSON At
dinette and kitchen;FOUR Maria Phone 778-1341
Air Conditioners; Utility
Room and double carport. HOLMES REALTY
Corner lot location in HB DUPLEX APARTMENTAN
with boat dockage across 5305 GULF DRIVE..778.2876NEW
street in canal. PRICEDat EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DUPLEX, in absolutely
onlY$16,200$600down Tip-Top Condition on a lovely 100 x 100 landscapedlot
and assume 5 1/4%mort in fine section of Holmes Beach. Close to school,
gage. shopping, and convenient to the Beach.

Two-Bedroom..Beach Cot- _. .-- -. FINGERin
tage: frame construction; One 2-Bedrbom, and one 1-Bedroom Apartment,
carport; porch; full bath; each with living room, kitchen, bath, glassed porch,
r. gas heat.Small Lot,Price and garage with laundry facilities.
$6,500 CASH.
One-bedroom apartment rented on permanent basisto
ii I Found A Treasure Chest? retired couple.
2 BR Home: Built in elec- LUANA ISLESHalf
_ tric kitchen; lots of closet Price, including FURNISHINGS & EQUIPMENT,
space and built ins; slid- SLASHED FAR BELOW COST--TO ONLY
ing glass doors from the $17,000 Block From Gulf
living room to a large
, screened porch; fenced in TERMS ARRANGED.
rear yard; utility room' .
and carport; completely OTHER GOOD DUPLEX PROPERTIES SELLING AS LOTS $100 DOWN
I furnished in excellenttaste. LOW AS $9,850.

Only one block to JACK MARSHALL

the beach. Price $12,500. REALTORM $25 AMONTH Includes -Interest.

'Two Bedroom CB Home,
Furnished and only 100ft. & M BUILDING Anna Maria 778-2614 PAVED STREETS
from beach. Has air con-
ditioning & TV. Closed Water On
garage. Large lot. Really See This Beautiful Air-Conditioned City RequestALSO
comfortable home for a

retired$8,750. couple, and ONLY KEY ROYALE HOMEat

NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
Two Bedroom CB HOME:
Lots of Closets; Large
tiled bath; living room; Available
607 AMBASSADOR LANE
kitchen and dining room. ,
Utility room and porch; *

carport. This nicely furn- KEY ROYALE "
ished home is close to the Also the Area's r A Homes in All Price RangesSEE
. Beach and has extra lot!
I ALL for only $11,500-- Open Today & EverydayFOR US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
I $1,500 down--$85 month. COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

J BEACH COTTAGE on75- YOUR INSPECTION. THIS BEAUTIFULLY
I .Ft. Seawalled Lot. Really APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY FEATURE FOR
y Comfortable and Airy-- EASY MODERN LIVING. TWO OVERSIZED BED
Has porches on 3 Sides-- ROOMS WITH TWO LOVELY TILED BATHS. THE
Price: $13,000, $2,500 LAST WORD IN FINE KITCHEN CABINETS AND
down--$100 per month. FIXTURES. KING SIZE GARAGE AND UTILITY
I ROOM. SIX LARGE SLIDING GLASS DOORS IN THE Walter S. Hardin
I OPEN HOUSE: 2716 Ave. BIG LOUNGE OPEN UP FOR REAL "OUTDOOR
. C, Holmes Beach. Two LIVING INDOORS." ONE HUNDRED FOOT CANAL Realty Company
, Bedroom CB Home only LOT WITH HANDSOME SHRUBBERY AND NATIVE
; 2 years old. Plenty of TREES. PRICED AT ONLY Realtors
closets; beamed ceiling
living room; tile bath; $19,650 -
terrazzo floors; carport;
new 12 cu.ft.refrigerator Numerous other Models&SPLENDID WATERFRONT
f and gas stove. Rods and HOMESITES AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
, drapes. Boat docking
,, space. All for Only $10- 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
575. Come and see this KEY ROYALE INC.
Exceptional Buy Any!Day.. FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307Ir


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papr 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 6, 1962

Brandon...Mr.and Mrs.G.R. Tay-

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE lor and family of Winter Haven... ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
I Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Betz of Pinel-
Tit pleasant, sure, to tee one9* name in print."-LOHD Bno.TRIPP' las Park. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: L. Evans -

'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. J. NOMAD MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. N. of Orange Park...Mr. and Mrs.S. .
ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
\. Jrant. and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- N. Lord of Wayne Mich. ..Mr. and M. Weatheralof Atlanta..E. J. ,
mando Howard of Tampa..Mr.and Mrs. Don Fennell of Babson Park... McCullugh of Orlando... William
Mrs. G. C. Ingles of Lakeland :Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie J. Buchanonof Bailie, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grossman, YOUR MONEY Luncheonette
.. .Mr. and Mrs. Lou Reed and Mr. I Kathleen...Dr. and Mrs. W. D. and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Burkett. all
and Mrs. George Reed of Smyrna, Howard and family of Wauchula... of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hop- COMPLETE BUYS MORE Fountain. Service
Ga...Mr. and Mrs. George Gard- Mr. and Mrs. James E. Underwoodof kins of Orlando...L. H. McGrathof

ner and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gardner I Temple Terrace...Mr. and Mrs. Plant City...Mr and Mrs. F. J Toiletries Stationery
of Benton Harbor Mich. RobertP. Wardelland Mr. and Mrs.S. Humphries and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. Aldrichand family of Lake- Sachfield of Lakeland. LINE ( ) Magazines and socks

Amos E. Valentine of Lakeland... land.S. PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Hall of Tampa..Mr.and S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. William Moore of Lakeland...Mr. Beach Wear
Mrs. B. R. Rickey of Sarasota and Mrs. G. M. Chatfield of Montgomery -and Mrs. C. C. McDaris Sr. and IN A REAL

...Mrs. C. H. Sams of Decatur Ala..Mrs. Bernice Clements Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McDaris Jr. of

Ga.MERRIMAC and children and Mr. and Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Stewart DRUG STORE General Sundries
ON THE GULF: Mrs. Mrs. R. Williams and party of Gib- and party of Mulberry.
Golda Carlton and Mrs. G. Anderson sonton...Mr. and Mrs. Sam Loz- PROTHERO APARTMENTS:Mr.
and party of Wauchula. .Mr. zora of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mrs. Randy Garvalia of Lake- Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
and Mrs. H. C. Booth and son of E. Truman Jr. and family of Avon
land...Mrs. M. D. Mitchell of Bar- Phone 778.1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Daytona Beach...Mr. and Mrs. R. Park...Mr. and Mrs. Alan Peters of tow.

R. Shay of Pompano Beach.. .Mr..St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. W. BIMINI BAY COOPER DUPLEX:Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Smith of Lakeland T. Bland |r. of Mt. Dora..Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomasof Lakeland.
...Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Adams and and Mrs. Finley Mason and children BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: CLEARANCE SALE
family and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mc- and Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cook of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jeffries Jr. of
Clung and family of Avon Park.. Lakeland. Zephyrhills. Continues
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bates and FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. SCHELTER APARTMENTS: Mr.

daughter of Tampa. and Mrs. E. H. Diehl of Lakeland and Mrs. W. C. Scarbrough Mr. SWIM SUITS
ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. ...Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore of and Mrs. Charles Canady and Mr.

Gordon Bridges and family, Mr. and Leesburg...J. C. Nolen of St. Pet- and Mrs. W. R. Jeffries Sr. all of
Mrs. C. H. Tolliver, and Mr. and ersburg. Lakeland. BLOUSES SHORTS DRESSES
Mrs. H: F. Egdie all of Miami... CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Henry Frey, Mr. and Mrs. P. Gibbons and family of (See also Page 5)
and Mrs. Louis Konuman and family -

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prepelloand ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES ARRIVING DAILY-

fan ily, Joe Hegler, and Mr. NEW DARK COTTONS
SEPTEMBERHIGH--- ---LOW---
and Mrs. Tony Giglio and family
all of Tampa...Lt. Col. and Mrs. 6 Thur. 3:31 am 1.7 5:56 pm 1.1 10:47 am 0.1 9:46 pm 1.0 MISSES & HALF SIZES
H. S. Thrift and family of Lakeland 7 Fri. 4:26 am 1.7 9:36 pm 1.1 12:04 pm 0.1 10:47 pm 1.0 1
8 8 -------------
Sat.5:34 am 1. 10:32 1.1 1:22 0.0
...Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and pm pm
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fikes of Lake 9 Sun. 6:50 am 1.810:56 pm 1.2 12:13 am 1.0 2:29 pm0.2
and Al 10 Mon. 7:59 am 1.9 11:13pm 1.2 1:27 am 1.1 3:25 pm0.3
Wales...Mr. Mrs. Bridgesof "
Arcadia. 11 Tue. 9:03 am 2.0 11:23 pm 1.2 2:29 am 0.9 4:11 pm0.3

PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. C. 12 Wed. 10:00 am 2.1 11:38 pm 1.3 3:23 am 0.8 4:52 pm -0..3
Moore and family and Mr. and Mrs. 13 Thur. 10:54 am 2.1 11:56 pm. 1.4 4:14 am 0.6 5:29 pm0.2 Phone
Andy Rhodes of Leesburg. ..Mr. and 14 Fri. 11:45 am 2.1------------- 5:04 am 0.3 6:02 pm 0.0 Layaway
Mrs. Bruce Galloway and family of 15 Sat. 12:19am 1.512:38pm 1.9 5:54am 0.1 6:33pm 0.3 Plan a iAR.t.ernen 16 Sun. 12:46 1.6 1:33 1.7 6:45 0.0 7:05 0.5
Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. C. Em- am pm am pm
ery and family and Mr and Mrs. 17 Mon. 1:46 am 1.8 2:33 pm 1.5 7:40 am0.1 7:35 pm 0.7 SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT--

Theodore Emery and family of WIn- 18 Tue. 1:51 am 1.9 3:42 pm 1.2 8:39 am0.2 8:06 pm 0.9

ter Park...Mr. and Mrs. Carlos 19 Wed. 2:31 am 1.9 5:26 pm 1.1 9:46 am0.1 8:40 pm 1.0 THEY ARE HERE !
Sheffield of Fort Meade. .20 Thur. 3:20 am 1.8 8:37 pm 1.1 11:02 am0.1 9:40 pm 1.0
0'' and Mrs. 21 Fri. 4:28 am 1.8 9:33 pm 1.1 12:27 pm0.1 11:09 pm 1.0
EAST THE SUN: Mr. Exciting New Christmas Cards by NORCROSS, and
22 Sat. 5:54 am 1.710:07 1.2 1:48 -------------
pm pm0.1
I Leo Bratton and sons of Lakeland...
> Mrs. Marian Lewis and family of f 23 Sun. 7:23 am 1. 7 10:34 pm 1.212:44 am 1.0 2:50 pm0.1 New FLORIDA Christmas Cards by DAN RAYI

(* Bradenton.. .Mr. and Mrs. Waymon 24 Mon. 8:38 am 1.710:54 pm 1.2 1:59 am 0.9 3:36 pm 0.0 + + + ,
Seber and familyof Brandon..Mr. 25 Tue. 9:37 am 1.811:04 pm 1.2 2:54 am 0.7 4:12 pm 0.0 11 10% OFF During September On All Cards-

and Mrs. Paul Holden of Amelia 26 Wed. 10:23 am 1.8 11:12pm 1.3 3:38 am 0.5 4:42 pm 0.1 Including IMPRINTS!
27 Thur. 11:03 am 1. 8 11:22 pm 1.3 4:17 am 0.4 5:07 pm 0.2
28 Fri. 11:40 am 1.711:37 pm 1.4 4:53 am 0.2 5:30 pm 0.3 RENTAL LIBRARY

Ohio.UNCLASSIFIED 29 Sat. 12:17 pm 1.6 11:55 pm 1.6 5:29 am 0.0 5:53 pm 0.5 ;The Sand Dollar Gift Shbjcfe)
30 Sun. 12:54 pm 1.6 ------------- 6:04 am0.1 6:17 pm 0.6
(ADVANCE PAYMENT REQUIRED) "' Sj! Shirley and John DujrtscAaver %SM>r j
For Cort.z and Bradenton B.ach. add seven minutes to high tide read
EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 5OfISLANDERPHOTOSt'As ings, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR SEVENTH YEAR
an added .civic -
to our r.ad. ., S by 7 enlargement s
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- DOING BUSINESS ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND AS THE
DER are available at $1.25 .acb. Writes' Get Your SCHOOL Needs Here
THE ISLANDER Anna Uaila, or Phone
!7782021..

WANTED One copy of each of th. Filler Paper-Extra Largo Count-10f-25f-49<-754 ISLAND TV
following issue of THE ISLANDER.
all in 1954 Spt. 16. 23 & 301 October Notebooks-Newest Colors-69< and Up Penclls-3/10f *a.
7. 14. 21 & 28} Nov. 4, 11. 18 & 25} Nifty Notebooks & Fillers-All Colors Dictionaries 5347 GULF DR. HOLMES BEACH
Dec. 2. 9. 16 & 30. A Ub.ral sum will
Twelve be paid Club for such of Anna issue Maria by the Island.High Pencil Sharpener, Erasers, Rulers -Spelling Tablets SEPTEMBER IS TO BE OUR OPEN HOUSE MONTH

Phone 778-2443 or 7781753. Compasses, Protractors, Crayon.Ind.x GuidesPensBall (CHOICE OF PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY) COME IN
WANTED: Lawn work.Very reasonable Polnt-Cartrldge-Sl each
rates for very good work. Call Bob Williams AND REGISTER ANY TIME THROUGH SEPT. 29, 1962
at 7782639. Your Bradenton

*H.rald> YEAR_ _carrier.P AROUND PROPERTY MAIN ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 See ALSO Page 6

TENANCE Mowing edging, trimming.
Floor cleaned and polished. Window
I washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable .ratsuwf.r.nc.sfuralab.d.K.aF.Uows. Phon.778.2894 FOR BETTER PLUMBING

._a t.r.4i30. CALL 778-2012
FOR SALE 8 am. Magazine Load
F2.8 Lens Rover Movie Camera. Also R.C.SCHUCHARDBONDID.MASTER
4 Flood Light Barr Duro-Flex Snapshot
Camera and Brownie Reflex Camera
both with flash attachment Girl' tap PLUMBER'S LICENSE
Our
shoes,sixes 6X& 7* Ballet shoe*, sixes
5. SK A 6. Phone 7782168. PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

FOR RENT Two Bedroom nicely favorite 5306'HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
furnished homo near the Gulf. Reason
able ront. Phone 7782791.
rubberstamp

SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR. UNCLASSIFIED -
ADS hw sold: JUST ARRIVED FROM
Blankets boat, books cars, coins,
dishes divert, file cabinets, freezer, SERVICES
furniture, homes house trailers, lots, FI A fXI.A BURPEENEW
radios, record players rugs, tele
vision sets and wood, to mention IEIIEIEDNO
only a few. Four lines for 50c mini FALL STOCK OF FLOWER&VEGETABLE SEEDS
m.... (RAIGtJ)

[ .v _FREE PACK FLOWER SEEDS WITH ..EACH PURCHASE

SPECIFIED DISEASE Policy with
Cones* also covers Dip t h.r I a; Dobbe's Island Hardware
Scarlet Fever; Leukemia; Polio; Bay Area Insurance & Marine SupplyIf
Smallpox; Tetanus; Primary Menlif
gloss std "PRIMARY ENCEPHAL F. DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER it's Goerol Hardware or Housewares or Garde. Supplies, vt have it-
ITIS" Call Ray. Hardy, AGENT. or.will get-it; for you. 77'-2111
778.1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548
778-1969 Island Insurance Agency. AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
Peat Offlc. Plaza Anna Maria. Flo.' CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSON-EVINRUDE-JAURRAY