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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 13, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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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).
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No. 566 ANNA MARIA ,FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1962 TEN CENTS

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Anna Maria Votes City Charter RevisionBradenton I



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Beach City Attorney Walter Talley To Draft Charter
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Appoints New AttorneyA -. I For Legislative Approval At Next Session

recently organized law .to, .. -7 Acting on the advice of Wal- streets. Commissioners felt

firm, Talley and Garland of ter R. Talley, city attorney, the disposal problem could
Bradenton, was appointed legal I the Anna Maria City Commis- become a health hazard.A .
counsel for Bradenton sion Monday evening voted to special commission meet-
Beach at a meeting of the city revise the city's charter. Tal- ing will be held Friday even-

council Thursday evening. The ..... ley, who has advocated such ing, September 28, to open and I
firm will receive $75 monthlyfor action for several years, said consider bids for city insur-
routine work. the document consists of a ance.
Walter R. Talley, senior i series of special legislativeacts Ordinance 240 was read for I j
partner of the firm, is well and that almost in its the second time. The new ordinance I

known on the Island. He was entirety, is outdated and out- setting specificationsfor i
formerly Manatee County moded.He standard streets, will become i
Prosecutor and has served as was instructed to have the effective in ten days. !
attorney for the City of Anna proposed new charter ready so A resolution was voted increasing I
Maria for seven years. it could be presented to the the monthly retainerfor
William H. Garland has Manatee County Legislatorsbefore the city attorney to $75.

practiced law in Bradenton ., the next regular ses- Mayor Ferguson asked every
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the past year.Bradenton ."T-ra.r:;;:: : ; sion of the Legislature in resident to cooperate with the

Beach has had no FIRE early Saturday morning in home at 105 Tenth Street April. County Health Department by
attorney since the resignationin South, Bradenton Beach, was called arson. (Islander Photo) Mayor James O. Ferguson trying to eliminate every pos
May of Chester Crawford appointed Earle Cromer and sible mosquito breeding spot.
of Holmes Beach. City Commissioners RobertR. He said that the entire city

Mayor Victor Reinel asked Officials Call Bradenton Beach Fire Arson Moses and Harvey G. Meyer would be fogged at least twice

all residents of the city toco- as a committee to work each week until further notice.A .
operate with County Anti- Arson was established as the open, as were all the windows.An with Talley on the charter re- resolution was voted to ask
Mosquito Director Larry cause of a blaze in an unoccu- investigation was started vision. Manatee County to request the

Rhodes ,in his campaign to have pied house at 105 Tenth Street Saturday by Bradenton Beach The commission also asked State Road Department to add j
each home in the County South, Bradenton Beach,early Police Chief W. H. Snooks Talley to draft an ordinance the North Loop on the Island to 1

checked for possible mos- Saturday morning, accordingto Adams, Deputy State Fire requiring each householder to
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investigating officers. Marshal Fred
quito breeding areas. G. Lawrence of use the trash pickup service.A i I
Council voted to purchase a Volunteer departments from North St. Petersburg, and Detective recent survey showed that
new Leco Fogger, with deli- Bradenton Beach and Anna Sgt. Bud Hammock and 25 percent of the city's resi- Information Center 'i

,very....promised In a few days. Maria answered the alarm at Mike Prieto of the Manatee dents do not subscribe to the Showing ProgressThe
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Cost of the new machine is to 1:35 a.m.-Theyheld the damage *County Sheriff's Department. service, and some persons
be $990 with no trade in. to an estimated $1,500. Leitner said Saturday his have been careless about dis- new tourist welcome and }

Mrs. Gloria Maggar was appointed Most of the damage was caus- wife had been working at the posing of trash and garbage on information center on the Island -
deputy city clerk totake ed by smoke, firemen said. house earlier in the week,pre- vacant property, or throwingit really will be the resultof
.' the place of Mrs. Daisy The house a two-story duplex paring the units for renting.He out of cars along the city a cooperative effort towarda
Carson, woo recently moved is owned by Mr. and Mrs. said the building and con-' common goal by a group of
to St. Petersburg. John Leitner, 900 Gulf Drive tents were insured for $13- Holmes Beach City dedicated people.Col. .

A request was made by Col. South, Bradenton Beach. 000. MeetingA F. A.Chilson,chairman.
Francis' A. Chilson of the Island According to firemen, the of the Island Chamber of Com-
Chamber of Commerce fire appeared to have startedin New Telephone Books request for special use merce committee which is organizing I

forxa contribution to the fund a piece of upholstered furniture Island telephone subscriberswill zoning was granted Mrs. Lou- the project, said this
for the chamber's welcome near the front entrance.It be receiving their new ise Flanagan at a public hear- week that everyone concernedis

center, which is scheduled to crept into an adjoining room telephone books soon, accord- ing in Holmes Beach Tuesday working toward a common
start operation on October 1. and partially burned a chest of ing to a recent announcementby evening. Mrs. Flanagan asked goal--completion of the facil'I''I
After brief discussion the drawers. General Telephone Co. for the rezoning for operationof ity by the scheduled
matter was tabled until the Firemen found a bed on the Directories for the area will a linen rental service at her date of October 1._
October meeting in order that first floor, and another on the be hand delivered 'starting home at Holmes Boulevard and (Continued- on Page 3))
second floor soaked with a 54th Street.In .
the council may obtain more
Friday, September 14.
mixture of gasoline and oil. presenting her petition,
information about the
center.
Any subscriber not receiv- Island
Man Killed .
Cabinets In
around a kitchen sink she said structural
no changes
The majority of the council
ing a book by September 24 is I
members appeared to favor on the second floor also were asked to call the Bradenton would be made in the building, Traffic Accident
I' saturated with the mixture. would trucks be j'
; ,making the contribution. business office. nor any used
(, The first reading of a pro- Doors separating the two Due or stored there.She also poin- Robert Russell "Russ" \
to deadlines
posed new city building code second floor rental units were subscribers printing who had phones, ted out that there were com- Moore, 38, of 105A Bridge

also was deferred until the installed or connected after mercial enterprises on the Street) Bradenton Beach, was t
opposite sides of both streets. killed Saturday evening, when
October meeting., THE ISLANDER is now July 13 will not appear in this '
No protests were made and his panel truck was hit by a I
on sale in Bradenton atSharp's issue of the directory. Those
the vote of the Board of Alder- passenger car at Manatee
Drug Store in who did not make this book
men was unanimous in Avenue and 59th Street West.
Island Kiwanis DoingsAt the Professional Build- will have their numbers listed approval.
; The "no structural
ing at Manatee Avenue on "information" (113) which (Continued on Page
last week's meeting of the changes" provision was madea 5)j
and 11th Street West. I has an up to date and current j
Ladies'Night f
Island Kiwanis Club, a
condition of the zoning.
listing of all numbers. Hours Changed At
observance, Dr. George Manatee County Anti-Mos
Coates of Bradenton showed quito Director Larry Rhodes Manatee County Beach

:. 8 mm movies taken on the attended the meeting of the
recent trip to Spain enjoyedby Board of Aldermen, and told According to an announce-
the Conquistadores and other the group about available fog- ment by Allen Thomas, mana- f
residents of the County.Dr. ging machines. He also ans- ger of the Manatee County
Coates is the founder and wered many questions about Beach, hours at the beach have
sponsor of the Island Kiwanis i + mosquito control. been changed to the regular
Club. + The Board voted: To con- winter schedule. The beach
i This week's meeting marks .... and pavilion will be open each
the tenth anniversary of the .(Continued on Fog 3)) day from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

chartering of the local club, .
but no special observance has -
been planned.On ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
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Thursday, September 13, ..
several of the members of the Temperatures Water Rainfall

Island Club will attend an in- Sam Noon 6pm High
terclub meeting at.the Punta

Gorda Kiwanis Club, and will ,
Sept. 4-.84 92 86 92 89 None
make the trip in three cabin I
Q' Sept. 5--82 92 84 92 90 None ,
cruisers owned by members.A '
Sept. 6--84 92 86 92 89 .- .1
banquet and cocktail party
Sept. 7--83 92 82 92. 89 .8 :
for members and their wivesis
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being planned for Saturday, ISLAND POWER SQUADRON'S permanent headquarters at Sept. r
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9 -85 92 85 92 89 None :
October 13, with further details old Cortez School, where first course of season will begin Sept. j
108291 80 91 90 .4 ,
to be announced. Monday evening. (See story.) (Islander Photo) Sept.




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\QR' Than An Island ProjectAnna

Editor: ................................STEVE KIMBALL Br THE IDJTOR
Maria Islanders, through that division of the County

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL !4-- 0 On the subject of publicityfor Chamber of Commerce, are working for installation of some-

Florida +t 1 1M) the many and varied organ- thing both the Island and the.County need-a welcome stationto
Mall Addrescs Anna Maria, o"
I izations, the activities of acquaint the touring stranger with Anna Maria. p

which we cover, or are some- The Island needs this because there is currently no cen-
$3.50 six months .
Subscription a year; $2.00 for payabl* In
advance..Canada, $5.00 per yoar. J I times asked to cover. Now tral and obvious place where anybody interested in Anna

Advertising ,rot* $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for that the season is approachingwhen Maria, its attractions and its facilities, may secure informa-
six consocutlvo Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. the various clubs are tion. It's a "wander around and see for yourself" situation

National or agency placed/odvertlslng $1.25 per column Inoh. taken out of summer mothproof -
storage and reactivated, now.Manatee County needs such a welcome station because the

_CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY this seems to be the time to Island beaches are this County's main attraction. Too little

make some suggestions. has been done to promote Anna Maria, and as that Island
An Independent weekly published every Thursday by First--and probably the so the remainder of the County.
prospers, prospers
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Marla, Florida
I most Important suggestion is The proposed welcome station will be operated at the

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1179. one which should be, but apparently north end of the intersection between SR 789 and SR 64, or
isn't always obvious. Manatee Avenue. This location will tend to"catch" the tour-

; That is--we can't use a storyif ists before they turn south to Sarasota, and those coming

ARE YOU A GOOD CITIZEN? we don't know anything aboutit. north before they turn back to the mainland.The .

.. If you want publicity, why project is expected to be Incorporated into the Island
Manatee County Anti-Mosquito Director Larry Rhodes keep everything a secret? Although division s share of the Manatee County Chamber of Com-

issued a statement a few days ago that he hoped residents of any newsman or woman merce when that new body gets into its first year of real operation -

the County would take quick and decisive action against becomes a professional news- starting in January.But .

mosquitoes. He said all the insecticides available would not snoop in the natural course of in the meantime the Island Chamber is trying to raise

alleviate the mosquito problem nor prevent a disease out- events, even in so small. a the funds to put the station into operation before the begin-

break until public apathy concerning individual breeding sitesis place as the Island there are ning of the tourist season. {

eliminated. some events or meetings he Purchase, at well below cost, and moving a building, plus
Rhodes said a survey last week showed 82 percent of or she will miss unless they utility installations and staffing, will cost a good bit of money.

residences checked had mosquito larvae in artificial con- are pointed out to him.A Island residents and businesses already have raised all buta

tainers in the yards. In several of those cases, the residents good friend, who handles couple of thousand dollars of the estimated cost. i''

previously had been shown the breeding spots, and employeesof publicity for a well known Island But the potential benefits of such a service,which can and

the anti-mosquito district had emptied the containers two organization, recently probably will bring not only more tourists but more resi-

weeks earlier.He brought us pamphlet published dents to the Island, will be Countywide. Economic tides of this

said in cases of stagnant water, a thin film of keroseneor by that organization. In County don't stop at the Bay's edge. .

diesel oil should be applied,and that it would not affect the reading the booklet, we came Thus mainland business firms, and even individuals Interested -

fish.On across an article written by in furthering the communitywide effort at growth,
the Island there have been cases where careless and said friend, in which he took can properly take part in the Island welcome station project.It's .

thoughtless residents have open boats near their homes,pro- the editorial tack and bemoaned a good project and a needed service, of considerable

viding ideal places for water to accumulate, and mosquitoesto the fact that his organization potential benefit to US all. (Reprinted from the Brodcnton Herald)
breed. was almost completely

One of the chief suspects in the recent outbreak of encephalitis unknown among many personson
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in St. Petersburg and other parts of Pinellas County the Island who should know ."_"::NW.

is the mosquito which buzzes under the scientific name of about it. .--

Culex nigripalpus, one which works only the night shift. But Yet, at the same time, the -....

because all mosquitoes resemble each other to some extent, booklet lists the schedule of -........,........
it is important that all be declared unwelcome. the organization from August

NOW IS THE TIME for those residents to'take some action 2 through March 7, and we received I

on this self-created problem, and to eliminate every it only Tuesday. Several -

possible mosquito breeding spot. dates on the schedule we ,

Among the many places on the Island,where mosquitoescan could and would have publicized man made containers.It .

and do lay their eggs are some ordinary, everyday spots IF WE HAD KNOWN ABOUT Dear Editor: many seems as if it would be rel- I
overlooked such rain barrels THEM I Manatee County has been
which easily might be as or
: atively simple to unmake or
similar containers, garden pools, bird baths, clogged roof We would like to"be able to fortunate thus far in the cur- disarm those containers. For
hollows and holes in cavities in certain have staff of several rent encephalitis outbreak in
gutters, trees, plants, a reporters the next six weeks many of the
seldom used plumbing fixtures, boats.old tires, shells,con- whom we could assign to having only three casesandnone homes here will be vacant until -
tainers of plant cuttings depressionstm'on flat roofed homesor cover the several meetings of those on the Island.
the winter occupants ar-
Health authorities tell us that
other buildings. which take place nearly every
rive. This is the time when we
t Of course there are many more obvious places for the day on the Island. But, econo- the epidemic has reached a Afew
need be
guard.
to on our
which include catch mic and other facets of plateau and we know that mos-
be
eggs to deposited, swamps, drainage weekly summers ago Dr. Ed Huth
basins, drainage canals and ditches which do not drain, pud- newspapering being the way quitoes disappear almost spearheaded a drive against
dles and even places which are low and dry most of the time, they are, we have to spread 'completely after the first cool and the Chamberof
mosquitoes,
but which hold water after rains. ourselves very thin to turn out weather, so we can considerthe Commerce carried it out.

Mosquito eggs usually are deposited on water and will the work we do at present. Ihe. danger of more cases in Individual homeowners in each
hatch in from 12 to 72 hours. But they can lie dry and dor- demands of our several jobsas the area lessening all the time.
area were appointed to patrol
mant for periods ranging up to YEARS, and then hatch when editor, reporter,photogra- The County Health Depart- for
constantly breeding spots.
they come in contact with water, and in some cases, with pher, type setter, janitor and ment, however, has not been The results were amazingly
apathetic, even in the face of
1 others leave little time
mere dampness us to of
As larva, the second stage in the life cycle of the mos- be everywhere on the Islandwe these encouraging facts. It has rewarding.each If the mayor InItiate
municipality were to -
quito, it is a wriggler which changes in three to ten days into would like to be at any worked diligently and one thingit would
such a plan we
the pupa. After reaching this third stage, it takes only 24 to given time. However, we do has urged is individual sur- eliminate much of the prob-
72 hours to become a full fledged adult, all armed and readyto give the task an honest effort, veillance for mosquito con-
lem. If the are not so
mayors
attack and, worse yet,to breed. And some species produceup and we DO want to cover all trol.It .
minded, then certainly it wouldnot
to twelve generations in one year. The mathematical pos- the things you--our readers-- is my thought that Islanders -
be impossible for civic
sibilities So will have should accept their bless-
are frightening. want us to. we to
minded citizens to organizesuch
Proven ways to control or destroy mosquitoes are by have some help from all of ing gratefully and do every-
action. However, it prob-
draining breeding places, by killing larvae by spraying with you. thing that can possibly done ably would expedite matters if
fuel oil and adult Number Two Although by the municipalities officiallyand
by killing mosquitoes by spraying or fog- Suggestion : appointments were made by
ging. But it has been proven that the secret of success in our deadline is Tuesdaynoon by citizens individually.All .

fighting mosquitoes is by unrelenting continuous action.So it must be obvious to any three cities have adequatefo the proper authorities.inoculationsand
In these days of
in order to make the fight more effective, each house- reader who stops to think aboutit ing. In Anna Maria "Sugar -
vaccinations antibioticsand
,
holder and property owner should take some time and survey that we cannot possibly put Raymond is employed to
public health informationof
his or her premises to be sure that none of the favorable the entire paper together between seek out breeding places and
all kinds it is rarely
we
breeding conditions exist,or that the conditions are correctedto noon and midnight, our danger spots, and to destroy
are faced with the danger of
and AS AS absolute deadline deliverall such danger spots that are
-as great an extent as possible, QUICKLY POS- to
an epidemic. There is no inoculation -
SIBLE! our material to the printer.And brought to his attention. Thisis
available for
encephalitis -
Still another way to help eliminate mosquitoes is to keep oftentimes, if there is an intelligent approach to but there is some-
vacant lots cleared of brush and to keep grass and weeds a choice of leaving somethingout our mosquito problem, and
thing we can do about Itprevent -
mowed. ARE YOU A GOOD CITIZEN? or including it in the paper reassuring to the citizens.
c. "-a ,faA.f...... ...._ ... However, this is control of the mosquito from breed-
.. xi. must we UCWAUCU" VII a first ing. It is comforting to thinkwe
first the mosquito as a pest--not as
come, served basis in
have that much in
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES a menace. I think we need to our con-
simple fairness. So
get your trol and all we have to do is
SEPTEMBER"HIGH"-- --"LOW--- material in as early as pos- go still further.We work.
to
sible 1 It is best insurance are told that the mos- get
13 Thur. 10:54 am 1.111:56 pm 1.4 4:14 am 0.6 5:29 pm 0.2 -newswise.your quito, which is the vector in Sincerely,
14 Fri. 11:45 2.1 5:04 am 0.3 6:02 0.0 Gertrude Blassingame
am Pm -Suggestion Number Three: encephalitis cases, breeds in
15 Sat. 12:19 am 1.512:38 pm 1.9 5:54 am 0.1 6:33 pm 0.3 We feel, and know other news- t
16 Sun. 12:48 am 1.6 1:33 pm 1.7 6:45 am 0.0 7:05 pm 0.5 hounds will agree, that the -- --

,17 Mon. 1:46 am 1.8 2:33 pm 1.5 7:40 am 0.1 7:35 pm 0.7 before-the-fact news is,in the IT PAYS

18 Tue. 1:51 am 1.9 3:42 pm 1.2 8:39 am 0.2 8:06 pm 0.9 majority of cases, much more TOADVERTISE ,"

19 Wed. 2:31 am 1.9 5:26 pm 1.1 9:46 am -0.1 840 pm 1.0 important than what happens at ."i

20 Thur. 3:20 am 1.8 8:37 pm 1.111:02 am 0.1 9:40 pm 1.0 the fishfry, or what Senator

,21 Fd. 4:28 am 1.8 9:33 pm 1.112:27 pm 0.11109 pm 1.0 Whoosis said when he addres- <

22 Sat. 5:54 am 1.710:07 pm 1.2 1:48 pm -0.1 ------------- sed your meeting.Chances are :. ,,
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23 Sun. 7:23 am 1.7 10:34 pm 1.212:44 am 1.0 2:50 pm 0.1 the Senator merely wanted to ..

24 Mon. 8:38 am 1.710:54 pm 1.2 1:59 am 0.9 3:36 pm o.O. stump for a few votes, or to > ..

25 Tue. 9:37 am 1.811:04 pm 1.2 2:54 am 0.7 4:12 pm 0.0 enjoy- some cake and coffee. % t

26 Wed. 10:23 am 1. 8 11:12 pm 1.3 3:38am 0.5 4:42 pm O.1 So, as-we near the end of our -/ "IN I : : :".

27 Thur. 11:03 am 1.811:22 pm 1.3 4:17 am 0.4 5:07 pm 0.2 allotted space, we urge all our ; >"_.

,28 Fri. 11:40 am 1.711:37 pm 1.4 4:53 am 0.2 5:30 pm 0.3 good publicity chairmen to ask

29 Sat. 12:17 pm 1.611:55 pm 1.6 5:29 am 0.0 5:53 pm 0.5 at our office for a copy of some

30 Sun. 12:54 pm 1.6 -.----------- 6:04 am 0.1 6:17 pm 0.6 suggestions we have prepared.It's THE ISLANDERp
free, and will help us both!

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New Restaurant Open CENTER SHOWING PROGRESS... A. M. CHARTER REVISION...
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Mr. and Mrs.Robert L.Day- Chilson said that contractor its secondary road" -system.

mon recently have opened a Louis "Better Built" Baroloof Several previous attempts to !! 1IUILiir

new restaurant in Anna Mariain Bradenton Beach has agreedto have the SRD maintain the road

the quarters formerly occu- furnish all materials and have failed.

pied by the Coquina Restaurant. labor for the foundation and The loop includes Gulf Driye

Because the former name other parts of the building,and north of Pine Avenue,Coconut

'of the establishment was so is being assisted by Dale Gar- Avenue, North Shore Drive to
I well known on and off the Island lock o f Bradenton. Garlock, the north end of Bay Park,and

Mr. and Mrs. Daymon who .frequently works on the Bay Boulevard south to the s

are using that name. Island is assisting Barolo City Pier.
The restaurant is open from with the foundation masonry.His Reappointed to the City Planning -
7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, but work schedule necessi- and Zoning and Review r

closed from 2 to 5 p.m. tates! rising at 5:30 a.m. some Board were Earle Cromer, ? .

days in order to spend some chairman, and Rene Redon,

LEGAL NOTICES time on the building as well as George E. Wagner, S.Norman
his regular work. Rosedale and Sam Adams.
INVITATION TO BID Vollmer Anna Maria Ted Tripp was reappointed .
Dan ,
Th. Board of Commissioners of the *
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will accept.ealed painter, has volunteered to chairman of the Zoning Ad- 4b : 'v _
bids from responsible insurance justment Board, and mem-
paint the building at no charge,
companies or their agents, at the City
Office,Pine Avenue,until Noon, Friday, and Yerly Plumbing Co. of bers Redon, Wagner, Wyatt FREE ENTERPRISE--Island style. Tony and Randy Pierceof
September 28, 1962, covering Cortez has furnished materialand Blassingame and Talbot M. Holmes Beach report active business and booming salesof
all risk -
1. Scheduled property against :1
of loss. Schedule may b. picked up labor for plumbing and a Brewer.A bleached sand dollars at their roadside stand. (Islander
at City Of fic.. shallow well. request from Col. F. A. Photo)
2. uipment.Seeburg Insecticidal Fogger and Eq Wiring and electrical workon Chilson for a contribution to

3. 1957 Ford Dump Truck. the building will be furnished the welcome center project of To authorize the recreation
4. Workmen's Compensation and Emplo"er' the Island Chamber of Com- HOLMES BEACH MEETING...
gratis by Island electrical committee to proceed with the
Liability. (Continued from Page 1))
5. Comprehensive Commercial. contractor Francis Welsch of merce was deferred until the construction of four shuffle-

6. Fire and Lightning on City Pier. Holmes Beach. October meeting.Commissioner. tribute $1,000 to the Island board courts north of the City
7. Fire lightning. Windstorm and Hurricane -
Arthur Han-
on Community Hall building Chilson said the members of Youth Center.To Office building, at a cost of
and contents. the fund raising committee, sen reported on the new piling instruct the city clerk to approximately $300 each.
Further information may b. obtained who have solicited funds from installed at the City Pier, write Mrs. Thomas Murphy a To co-sponsor for another
I at the City Office 9:00 A.U. to 12sOO
and the work to do
Noon, dally except Thursdays. Island and off-Island busi- remaining letter expressing the Board's year a billboard advertisingthe
Bids will be opened at the City Office, nesses, are especially to be on the pier.Legislative. recognition of the services of City and the Island.
7:30 P.U., Friday, September 28, 1962. Candidate Wal-
commended. He said the cen- Police Officer Paul Ford
Th. Commission reserves the right to her late husband as a memberof
acc.ptorr.J.ctany or all bids received. ter will be a memorial to the lace Warner of Anna Maria the board in 1956-58. (Continued on Page 4))
GLADYS DUUAINE cooperative spirit of the Island was introduced at the meeting I .
City Clerk and its residents. by Mayor Ferguson.City .
9.13 20, '62
Clerk Dumaine
Recent contributors to the Gladys
project have been C. D. Jor- read a report showing cash on REEECTJAMESJLSIIALEY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO dan, Blanche R. Lively, ZadaG. hand of $10,307, and bills to *>f *
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
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The undersigned do hereby certify that Dann, Florida Power & pay of $361. i
they are conducting a restaurant business Light Co., Tropicana Productsand
under the fictitious of
name COQUINA
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Palmetto Federal Savingsand High Twelve Club :;
Maria,Florida,and that said firm is composed Loan Association.C ,<:;. .:
of the following persons who.

follows names and places of residence are as Of C MeetingA The Island High Twelve Club TO <:|fiGRESS:

Rob.rt L. Dayman will meet at the Manatee Coun- : .
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Island
Ir.n. E. Dayman regular meeting :::m: :;: : :
ty Beach Pavilion at noon on .. .
780 North Shore Drive Chamber of Commercewill '< ; "
Anna Maria, Florida Thursday, September 13. Art BE : .; .X DISTRICT
be held the cafeteria :
Ownership COQUINA RESTAURANTis at at ,,. .. .. .,. .
Jones of the Garden World will .':<'"*, .*<; $:<< :"' ::;, ':'", "' <
as followsi Robert L. Da"mon-50", the Island Elementary Schoolat I-I liii .. fl' 1- "II
Irene E. Daymen 50%. 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20. speak" on "Florida Garden- .:$tj.::;$Y ;:> t::..%:" f.W ; :" .:.t :;...
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HOLMES BEACH MEETING...
I I at Ld:' 8( ...'f',. (Continued from Page 3)
$
was instructed to be at the Island -
'. ,
FZkid ..' .It. I1 School to direct traffic
morning and afternoon as the
children enter and leave the
school. A shell walkway along

Mrs. Jim Sage, vice com- Gulf Drive from the school
modore of the ADMIRAL fleet north to Cobb's Corner and

1 out of Cortez, reports some f south to the bridge causewaywill
more fine catches for the past ', I be repaired for the use of
week from the decks of the / ,, the pupils.A .
two party boats.Monday,Dou- ( letter from Walter S.Har-

glas Smith of Hyde Park,N.Y. .4.. din was read in which a changein
won the Jackpot with a 20 1/2 .' '.; ; : zoning was requested for
,, .r .. .
pound grouper; Rev. Clarence I'. ; :" _,: .('t.,.."t.:. < i t. '..'; ... .L' Block A, which lies between
:: .5L Gulf Drive and Palm Drive,
Holiday, Bradenton, 19 pound 01.": 'I < ,
grouper, and Elwood Rice of ; t;' Mf 'l and between 79th and 81st
Lakeland, a 16 pound black = Streets. The request was fora
f
grouper. t' change from special use to

Tuesday: Dr. O. B. Pavlin, 1 C-3, the least restrictive
Bradenton Beach, 16 3/4 pound .5.5M commercial classification.The .
I. L. Bergstrom of planning committee reported -
grouper; SUCCESSFUL FISHERMEN Frank Schroeder(left)and Frank
traffic
on problems at
black Paynesville, Minn., and, 14 Vernon pound Brechlin of Holmes Beach, with fine catch of redfish caughtin Palm and Marina Drives. The
grouper Anna Maria Bayou Saturday. Nine fish ran from four to
which Gloria Dei
triangle on
.
Cook of Lithia, a 12 pounder.weanesaay
... __ "___: Blanche Bennett eight pounds. (Photo by Brechlin) Church is built will be crossedby

I New Albany, Ind., and an extension of 67th Street.
Anyone For Litterbags? Cost of the will be
Bill Trimmier, Bradenton tied The Division of Salt Water project
with each catching a 20 pound Fisheries of the State Boardof A unique project is being $2,000.
black grouper, and Brooks conservation calls attentionto planned by the members of the Aldermen Harold Chapmanand

Seall, Fairborn, Ohio, an 18 the fact that it is illegal to Island Lions Club. campaign F.Bouvard Shell will study
:! black will get under way soon in Section 10 of Ordinance 2, the
pound grouper. spear snook. Further, that a
AV'--
which the local Club will dis- basic zoning ordinance of the
Thursday: Mrs.RoyDeGray, snook must be at least 18
tribute litter for city, with a possibility of revising -
bags motor-
Kansas City, Mo., 19 pound inches in length to keep, and a
ists, with contributions be it.
grouper; Ralph Headington of fisherman is allowed only four to
r Columbus, Ohio, a 12 1/2 per day. Neither can this fish used for Lions' charities.
a pound grouper, and John Bass be bought or sold. y-
I of Avon Park, a 12 pound red DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

,! snapper.Friday: Wayne D.McCoy, 10, Bayou Marina Inc.THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINA. The Gulf Park MOBILE FORAllModern HOMES

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Thursday, September. 13, 1962 THE ISLANDER page 5

LEAGUE STANDINGS ISLAND MAN KILLED.., AMI Power Squadron Cc urse Opens Monday
(Continued from Page 1))
Tropical Vista 4
skilled pilot. A majority the
The Anna Maria Island Pow-
Island Marine Supply 3 The accident occurred at
boating accidents that occur in
will its first
about 7:15 when car er Squadron open
a
Dick Wagner Realty 3 p.m. Florida waters involve people
of the season at the
Claude Lewis 42 course
VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 3 operated by ,
with more than 500 hours experience -
old Cortez School 8
at
/ Anna Maria Electric 3 of Cortez hit Moore's truckon p.m. "
in boat handling.
Monday, September 17. The
Pete Reynard's Rest. 2Gray's its side.
;, Power Squadrons in various
course is free and is availableto
a. who thrown 47
EconoWash 2 Moore, was cities throughout the state and
adults
all interested
THE ISLANDER 1 feet from his truck, was badlycut Coast Guard Auxiliary units
City Pier-B'copiber 1 on the throat, and died on Chairman Randolph Hodgesof their fall
are starting courses
In the opening session of Bayou Marina 1 his way to Manatee Veterans the Florida Boating Council said.
this month, Hodges
Island Bowling League action Schuchard Plumbing 1 Memorial Hospital by ambul- recently urged novice boatersto
"We have had some shocking
\ Friday evening, last season's Bay Area Insurance 0 ance. take advantage of free tragedies on our waters this
in small craft hand-
Tropical the of courses
championship team Moore was proprietor "
"Most of them
he said.
Vista, jumped into the lead by TOP TEN GAMES Russ' TV service. ling being offered by'U.. S. could year have been avoided if the
4 taking all four points from Bob Whipple 231 Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., he Power Squadrons and the U.S. had been trained in
d Bay Area Insurance. High individual Bob Guild 219 moved to Bradenton five years Coast Guard Auxiliary."I boat operators handling fundamentals."
\ scorers were Bob Art Schumaker 210 ago, and moved to the Islandin feel it is essential that all "We require that drivers of
., Whipple, 231-598, and Lloyd Hugh Holmes 209 1958. new boat owners and operatorsget automobiles on our highways
Hanson, 180-492. Jack Ehrenzeller 205 He was a veteran of the U.s. off to a proper start by enrolling know the basic operatingrules.
Other team and high individ- Bob Guild 205 Army Air Corps in World WarII in a Power Squadron or Certainly we should expect -
j ual scores were as follows: Ed Wiese 199 when he served as a flight Coast Guard Auxiliary course. no less from those who
Island Marine Supply 3, THE Aaron VanOstenbridge 198 officer. He was a member of Knowhow is the" only answer to drive motorboats on our wat-
ISLANDER 1. (Hugh Holmes, Art King 197 Jehovah's Witnesses in Oneco. safe boating, Hodges said. ers. In my opinion the best
209-552; Cliff Weston, 194- Cliff Weston 194 Survivors are: His wife, In asking experienced boat- means of learning these basic
549.) Ernie Schmidt 194 Mrs. Melva L. Moore; three ers to take the instruction, operating rules is through the
Dick Wagner Realty 3, City sons, Robert R. Jr., Samuel Hodges said, "The mere fact instruction courses offerey
Pier-Beachcomber 1. (Art TOP TEN SERIES James and Brad Alan Moore, that a person has been opera- Power
Squadrons and the
King, 197-506; Art Schumaker Bob Whipple 598 all at home; his parents, Mr. ting a boat for several years Coast Guard "
210-582.) Art Schumaker 582 and Mrs. Samuel.J. Moore of .does not in itself make him a Auxiliary.
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VanOstenbridge Builders 3, Hugh Holmes 552 Bra d enton;; an d a .1.ster:: Mrs. ---
Bayou Marina 1. (Aaron Van- Cliff Weston 549 Jean Martz of Trafford, Pa. SHRUBS AND PALMSFOR
r t Ostenbridge, 198, George Dy- Jack Ehrenzeller 541 Funeral services were held
kstra, 522; Ernie Bra d 0 w, George Dykstra 522 Tuesday afternoon at Griffith-
167-462.) Ed Wiese 518 Cline Island Chapel, with JackR. ISLAND GROWINGWe
Anna Maria Electric 3,Schu- Aaron VanOstenbridge 510 Malone of the Jehovah's
chard Plumbing 1. (Jack Eh- Kayo Keding 506 ,. Witnesses of Oneco, officiat-
renzeller, 205-541; Clyde Art King 506 ing. Burial was to be in Skyway Deliver & Plant
I Harman, 201, Ed Wiese, 518.) FOUR LOW GAMESEd Memorial Gardens. b
Pete Reynard's Restaurant Haverkos 79 ............".'...."...........
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John VanOstenbridge 96
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only $3.50
that the
It is noteworthy on per year.
first evening of bowling this ,
season for many of the lea-

.f gue's participants, there were Elgin Water Softeners and Filters Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
I", 25 games posted with scores
; t of under 116. Many of those in
the 25 are names we recog- ROY PHILLIPS .
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I: I II Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 13, 1962
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'." CHURCHES St. Bernard GuildThe A. A. U. N. Meeting

F HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH first meeting of the sea- The Manatee County Chapterof
,,:. (NOII.o..o.itio1)) son of the St. Bernard Guild the American Associationfor
Bradenton BeachRv. was held a few days ago at the
the United Nations will
A. W. SIMMSJl Annie Silver Community Cen-
hold an open meeting at 7:30
; ter, with Mrs. Hauen-
: SUNDAY: Philip p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at the : .
9:30 m.m. Sunday School. stein, the new president,in the home of Dr. and Mrs. HenryF. .s
F N
I r 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. chair. James 104 r
: 74th Street,
: Plans were made for the annual Holmes Beach.

}1 ST. BERNARD MISSION Guild card party, to be Sale of UNICEF Christmasand
I'rie:; KK\: tHA.NU F. WELSMILLHt_ held at the Annie Silver Hall corrensponence cards,

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Friday, October 26. The card and new desk calendars will be .
WEEKDAYS: 8:00"a.m.. party is open to the public and launched at the meeting. ;
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m tickets may be purchased from Subject to be discussed will
t
WEDNESDAYS: any Guild member.An b
be a resume of issues before ,
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction announcement was made
the U. N. during the past six
that the has
library
many good
months as presented in a recent -
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL new books, and members were Dr.
speech by Ralph
REV. LEE RATUFF._pastor urged to make greater use of Bunche. Plans will be made

THURSDAY: the facility. Mrs. Hauensteinsaid for observance of U. N. DAY,
3:00 C.A. that unit two of the book-
7:00 p.m. Jr.Finance Committee. let "Aiming For High Heaven"would October 24. BIMINI BAY DUPLEX purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs.
p.m.
FRIDAY: be the study program 'Mrs. Minnie HummelMrs. Arthur J. Thomas of Lakeland from Mr. and Mrs. David Rayof
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High RecreationHour. assignment. She also reported Lakeland. Transaction was negotiated by John Prothero,
on the recent convention of Minnie Alice Hummel, Registered Real Estate Broker of 81st Street,Holmes Beach.
SUNDAY: the Deanery, which she and 82, of 6502 Holmes Boulevard, (Islander Photo)
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Mrs. Victor Miller attended. Holmes Beach, died Sunday,
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. New members them September 9, at a local hospi bus
attending ; two sons Dr. Paul M. Burial was to be in Colum-
5:30 Choir. .
p m. Chapel .aAf. f nor \/t P 1 fl 1 Hummel of Tuscaloosa
6:30 Worship Service. U& "' .l.U were rs au U44- tal.Born Ala. bus. Griffith-Cline Island
MONDAY p.m.: lilan and Mrs. Ed Geyer. in Hocking County, and George S. Hummel of Chapel was in charge of local
6:30 p.m. R.A. Stella Marls Circle was the Ohio, Mrs. Hummel moved to Kissimmee; three sisters, arrangements.
TUESDAY: hostess group for the evening, Gibsonton from Columbus, O. Mrs, Blanche Harris of Miami -
J 4:00 p.m. Intermediate C.A. and served refreshments.Other in 1945, and has lived in Mrs. Marie Pierce of
\ 7:30 p.m. Church Choir. officers for the year Holmes Beach for five years. Utica, Ohio and Mrs. Pauline HARRY M. RIFE
WEDNESDAY: are Mrs. Louis Cornio, vice She was a charter member of Caldwell of Columbus. LICENSED
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. president; Mrs. James Sipol- Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth- Funeral services were heldat
ski, treasurer; Mrs. William eran Church, Holmes Beach; Gloria Dei Lutheran PAINTING CONTRACTOR
ROSE MEMORIAL CHUICHtNoa.Dno.i..tlolNIl Gibson, Mrs. Edmund and was also a member of
( ) secretary; Church Monday evening, with BONDED AND INSURED
Haverkos Jr. Rickley Chapter 468, Order of
publicity
the Rev. Frank Lyerly, '
I Rev. Richard K. Pastor pastor
Wiggins
:, chairman, and Mrs. Louis Eastern Star, and B. F. Allen of the church, officiating. Phone 778-1341
THURSDAY: Turner, historian. Rebekah Lodge, both of Col- I
7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. umbus, Ohio.Survivors .
ANNOUNCING A NEW LOCATION
SUNDAY: Episcopal Schedule are: Two daugh-
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. ters, Mrs. Herald H. Higginsof
10:00 Starting Sunday, October 7, FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
School.
a.m. Sunday
Holmes Beach and Mrs. WE RENT
the schedule of
services the
6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior at PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Mary Jane Frazee of Colum-
Youth Fellowships. Episcopal Church of The An- SUNBATHING COTS
WEDNESDAY: nunciation will change to include HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS *LINENS BLANKETS
7:30 p.m. Board of Religious Edu- Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
cation. and Family Eucharist at 10:30. AT HOLMES BLVD. & 54th ST.
BEAUTY SERVICES
Bldg. & Bldg. Finance Comm. Mt.

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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN Fulford PalmsCOCONUT.
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Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor. ANNA MARIA CITY CALL 778-1550

.SUNDAY: .
8:30 a.m. Church School. ?fr &
10:00 a.m. The Service.

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Rxv. Gouu( K.) Lowe Delivered jjj ;1 PORCELAIN ENAMEL Mllme /

THURSDAY: & Planted ._
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ANNA MARIA 778-2557
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ANTICIPATED .
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41/4 ANNUAL COMPOUNDED Enamel finish-choice

% DIVIDEND QUARTERLY /1 I!i e of left. or right-hand doors.

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Why permit your money to com less when safety Jr low PRICE! A./ .
is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or PYPI- Jrr VTPY
investing? Consider 14T62iMl1ed1'

SAFETY (of your find)

AVAILABILITY $358
ANOTHER BEST BUY DURING FRIGIDAIRE'S
SERVICE
40-MILLIONTH-PRODUCT CELEBRATION I IS
RETURNS

PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of t...... features. All accounts artiMvrtl
vp to $10,000 ky a* istrv.ttality of H* Federal Gon.1It
FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
PHONE 77B-1Z67
PALMETTO FEDERAL

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 9BO5 GULF DRIVE. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDAr'

"Service With /nfemT 722-4511

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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
FOR SAtE IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING UcwnW Electrical Contractors Houses suitobl for Island climate
. and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs .
ISLAND REALTY Snapper and Pint Straits
J : Additions. Trustworthy asH
Electric Wiring FixturesL .
DICK GEORGE E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER (ROY) FERGUSON mates given.NORMAN ROSEDALE Anna Maria

BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Motion leah, 778.2444 Day 778-2143 Phones Nit. 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591_.
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WAGNER

EXTRA SPECIALWe

CLOSE TO GULF
have a REAL BARGAIN! I The Wilson homeat

104 X 110 LOT-HIGH & DRY
229 Oak Avenue, Anna Maria City has been
ZONED FOR DUPLEX

7782663Look REALISTICALLY PRICED-EASY TERMS greatly reduced in price. Four bedrooms, 21/2


Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor baths, FIREPLACE, ENCLOSED POOL, Extra

I Coquina Building Phone 778-1333 large porch, CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDIT-
Look For These Signs SISLER J. DUDLEY, Brokcr-Salesman 778-2156
Anna Maria, FloridaSEPTEMBER IONING. All lovely furnishings. Canal front lot
TWO BEDROOM BEACH
HOME: Furnished, and with DOUBLE SEAWALL, PLUS AN EXTRA
not much yard to care for. SPECIALATTRACTIVE
t Very Attractive! Priced BUILDING LOT ADJOINING, ALSO WITH SEA-

I at $10,600; $1,000 down,
$85 per month. AND WELL PLANNED 3-BEDROOM, WALL. If you are in the market for a really nice
2-BATH UNFURNISHED HOME IN BAY PALMS SUB-

ONE or 2 BR Retirement DIVISION HOLMES BEACH. ALL LARGE ROOMS, 4 bedroom home at a buy, then we urge you to
INCLUDING FLORIDA ROOM.TERRAZZO FLOORS;
Home: Furnished; large
garage; Florida Room; GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING DUCTED FOR see and inspect this property!111COBROKERS! I
AIR CONDITIONING. ELECTRIC KITCHEN. TWO
family room Excellent
;
Structural Condition; CAR GARAGE. LARGE CORNER LOT WITH DOCK- :
ING PRIVILEGES AND DEEP WELL RIGHTS, ALL
Very Close to the beach.
'INCLUDED IN LOW PRICE OF ONLY $21,000. PARRISH Realty & GERTRUDE BLASSINGAMEARE
PRICE $11,000; $2,500 as
THE EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS FOR
down $85 month.
payment;
RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker THIS OFFERING. Phone 778-1902 or 7781333for
an appointment. NOTE: We will gladly cooperate -
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-- Gulf Drive and 77th Strut, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 with other Brokers.
Living Room with nice *
I Fireplace; Florida room;
\ dinette and kitchen;FOUR VISIT PARRISH REALTYRALPH
t Air Conditioners; Utility
Room and double carport. H. PARRISH, Mgr. PEGGY "MASSIE" MOORE, Associate
Corner lot location in HB 1
# x Post Office Plaza Anna Maria Phone
with boat dockage across -- : 778-1902

street in canal. PRICEDat
only$16,200,$600 down
and assume 51/4mort-

l gage. Interested

Two Bedroom Beach Cot- SEASIDE GARDENS
tage: frame construction; n'I
porch full bath 1
carport; ; ;
gas heat.Small Lot,Price mart and modern

$6,500 CASH. TOWN HOUSESby INCOME PROPERTY ?

Found A Treasure Chest?
2 BR Home: Built in elec-
tric kitchen; lots of closet JACK HOLMES BEST BUY-.CB DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

I space and built ins; sliding Another Waterfront Building WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA
doors from the .
glass
AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
living room to a large
screened porch; fenced in Nearing Completion FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

and rear carport yard; ;utility completely room SELECT YOUR WATERFRONT FISHING PIER. TERMS: $9,000.$1,000 Down, $80 p.r

furnished in excellenttaste. APARTMENT NOW MONTH, OR $8,000 CASH I
Only one block to *
the beach. Price $12,500.
SALES OFFICE ALSOMANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN DUPLEXES, SMALLOR

Two Bedroom CB Home, LARGE MOTELS.
Furnished and only 100ft. 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778.1648 *
from beach. Has air conditioning -
& TV. Closed
1 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GULF FRONTAGE WE
garage. Large.lot. Really See This Beautiful Air-Conditioned ,
comfortable home for a HAVE IT1 WITH SINGLE DWELLING, DUPLEX OR
retired couple, and ONLY
i I $8,750. KEY ROYALE HOMEat MOTEL ZONING.


Two Bedroom CB HOME:
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Lots of Closets; Large

I tiled bath; living room; 607 AMBASSADOR LANE WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
I kitchen and dining room. ,
t Utility room and porch; AVAILABLEAlso
carport. This nicely furn- KEY ROYALE
ished home is close to the the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE

Beach and has extra lot!
US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
ALL for only $11,500-- Open Today & EverydayFOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
month.
f $1,500 down--$85

BEACH COTTAGE on 75- YOUR INSPECTION. THIS BEAUTIFULLY
Ft. Seawalled Lot. Really APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY FEATURE FOR
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 Walter S. Hardin
t ROOM. SIX LARGE SLIDING GLASS DOORS IN THE
OPEN HOUSE: 2716 Ave.C BIG LOUNGE OPEN UP FOR REAL "OUTDOOR
Holmes Beach. Two LIVING INDOORS." ONE HUNDRED FOOT CANAL Realty Company
Bedroom CB Home only LOT WITH HANDSOME SHRUBBERY AND NATIVE
t 2 years old. Plenty of TREES. PRICED AT ONLY Realtors
closets; beamed ceiling
living room; tile bath; $19,650
terrazzo floors; carport;
I new 12 cu ft.refrigerator
'Numerous other Models&SPLENDID WATERFRONT
and gas stove. Rods and HOMESITES AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
i 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 7782307c


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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 13, 1962

Drive has returned to the Island after

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE spending two months in Chattanooga ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
r j visiting relatives and friends.
M Tit pleasant, jure, to tat one's name in print.=Loam BTBOH e e Holmes leach Anna Maria Island, Florida

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Van-

Ostenbridge Jr. of 84th Street are
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. R. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
Mrs. Mrs.
G. McCollum Huntsville Ala... and Mrs. Edward Warnock of Wild- VanOstenbridge's, ,
P. and her brother
Vuurens. and sis-
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Watson of Lake wood...Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. Mc-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luncheonette
Placid...Mr. and Mrs. Thad Know- Daris and family of Dover... Mr. YOUR MONEY
Vuurens, allofPaterson, N. J. Mrs.VanOstenbridge's .
les of Brandon...Bobby Wingate and and Mrs. George Jolly and familyof
Fountain Service
mother
family of Lakeland.'; Brooksville...Mr. and Mrs. A. plans to COMPLETE BUYS MORE '
until
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.T. Albritton of Gibsonton..Mr. and stay January.e e

O. Mostoller of Lakeland. Mrs. G. Watts of Balboa. Panama Mrs. William K. Hathaway returned J Toiletries Stationery
MERRIMACONTHEGULFMr. Canal Zone.NOMAD.
to the Island after spendingthe
nooks
and Mrs. G. W. Colding and sons of MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. summer in North Carolina, and LINE Magazines and

Lithia...Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Curls M. E. Olson and daughter of Ches- will spend the winter with Mrs. O- _

and daughter of Lakeland. terland Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. W. mer Bernard of Gulf Drive. Beach Wear

EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. A. Ro b erts of Lakeland. .M. C. 000 IN A REAL

Edwin Ford of Mulberry on their hon- Draper of Warrensburg Mo...Mr. Mrs. James P. Stephens of Bay -

eymoon. and Mrs. S. R. Aldrich of Lakeland Boulevard South, Anna Maria, flewto DRUG STORE General Sundries

HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lively Cincinnati last week to spend a

Mrs. Earl P. Weeks of Savannah, of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Cliff month visiting friends.

Ga...W e s Smith of Clearwater..., Wallace of Sarasota. 000 Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00) p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. of
Henry
Mrs. Doris I. Compton of Bradenton S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.
South Harbor Drive have returned to Phone 778-1411 Night 778.2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
...Mr and Mrs. James DuPont of and Mrs. David Sher of Columbus,
the Island after a vacationin
Boston, Mass. ..Mr.and Mrs.RobertL. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Rebb spending
the Great Smokies.
Peterson of St. Charles, Ill... and party of Atlanta...Mrs. Joseph CLEARANCE SALE

Joe Bickett Elizabeth town, Ky... Rakovan and party of Grosse Pointe,

Carolin A. Paine and Mary W. 0'- Mich. Woman's Club Meeting Continues

Dowd of St. Petersburg...Mr. and e e
The Board of Directors of the
Mrs. V. Richard of Chicago...J. H. Mrs. George R. "Birdie" Tebbetu s I
Anna Maria Island Woman'sClub
Haines of Boston, Mass. and children of Milwaukee have: DRESSES BLOUSES :
will meet at the Anna l
.PLAYA ENCANTADA Dr. and rented the Zahniser House on Beach I '+
: Maria Community Hall at SHORTS SLACKS m
Perfumo of New York Avenue Anna Maria, for the win
Mrs. L. City. 1 p.m. Saturday, September

LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and ter. e e 29. The club's first regular Swim Suits

Mrs. Philip Lennon and family of Meredith of meeting of the season will be
Mrs. Grace St. Pet 1
Price
White House Station, N. J...Mr. held at the community hall at Group Lingerie l/2
ersburg has rented the Bennett Apartment -
and Mrs. E. B. Lowe of Haines City 2 p.m. Wednesday, October
for a year. r? S3 S SI 53 S 13
...Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hauler of Your best news coverage of I Island .
Bronx, N. Y.. .Mr and Mrs. Sam Mrs. Lily F r ink of North Shore: affairs The Islander. NEW DARK COTTONS -

Ballard of Bay St. Louis, Miss. ARRIVING DAILY! n

BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and During September

Mrs. Charles Parker and son of Floral -

City. 10 % OFF on SHOP IN-AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
and
ZANDER COTTAGE: Capt.

Mrs. S. N. Androus Jr. of Kansas All Cards Including IMPRINTSExcitlna

City Mo.

: .Nw._ .. Christmas Card__._*_ Kv_, NORCROSS, and

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE I ;FLORIDA: Christmas Cards by DAN RAYI I
Layaway Phone

.( PAYMENT REQUIRED) ? RENTAL LIBRARY Plan
J 7781161WE
aru rnen ;womefl
EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 50* (t Sand Dollar Gift SI.

FOR SALE 24 inch. Boy's Bike, and '" Shirley and John DujrtscAaver ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR SEVENTH YEAR
26 inch Girl's Blk Both in Good Con-
dition. ONLY SiO Each. Call 7781532.

FOR..SALE In Good I Two Condition Uod.m Walnut 4easonable.Of tic.Desk. SALEii DOING BUSINESS ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND AS THE

Call 7782444.

Burnable City RESIDENTS truck trash starting OF will ANNA be Monday picked MARIA Octob.r up by CITYl the 1. : BOYS PANTSCOTTONCOTTON ISLAND TV

All trash MUST be burnable; MUST b.
piled at the edge of road where it is & DACRON 5347 GULF DR.HOLMES BEACH
easily accessible, and MUST be small
enough so it can be handled r.adily by
one man. The pickup will start at the Sizes 6 To 18 Regular $3.98 SEPTEMBER IS TO BE OUR OPEN HOUSE MONTH
south end of the and the truck will
cover each street CUr y once. (CHOICE OF PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY) COME IN

PROPERTY FOR HOMES on LOTS the Mainland* INVESTMENT, Call or 2 Pre $5 AND REGISTER ANY TIME THROUGH SEPT. 29, 1962

2U1. Col. F. A. Stud) Chilson KING
REALTY. Realtors, Manatee Avenue
West at Slat Street. Fairway Center.
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 ALSOWE
8I'adenton,Florida.Telephone 746-1 121.

ISLANDER PHOTOS As an added -
vice to our readers, S by 7 enlargements WILL BE SHOWING THE LARGEST STOCK OF
.of any picture appearing in THE ISLANDER
are available at $1.25 each. Write RADIOS, TELEVISION AND HI-FI'S ON THE ISLAND
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria or Phone ."
7782021. ,
ISLAND TV 778-1703
WANTED One copy of each of the
following issues of THE ISLANDER
all in 19541 Sept. 16. 23 & 30|.October
7. 14, 21 & 28} Nov. 4, 11. 18 & 25;' NEW SHIPMENT OF
Dec. 2. I, 16 & 30. A liberal sum will
be paid for such issues by the High *
Twelve Club of Anna Maria Island.. MATERIALS FOR
Phone 778-2443 or 7781753. )(.

WANTED! Lawn work.Very reasonable =
rates for very good work. Call Bob Williams BAZAAR PROJECTSDIRECTION
at 7782639. Your Braden ton
H.rald carrier.YEAR .

AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- BOOKS FOR PLASTIC CRYSTALS now avallabl.
TENANCEt Mowing, edging trimming. 1
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and ailed. Prompt and efficient 11 NEW STORE HOURS FOR SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER

service. .Reasonable Ken Fellows.ratesreferencesfurnished. Phone 778-2894 10 to 5:30 WEEKDAYS-CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
after 4:30.FOR .
Hold It !
SALE 8 mm. Magazine Load Ord
F2.8 Lens Revere Movie Camera. Also
4 Flood Light Barr Duro-FUx Snapshot
Camera and Brownie Reflex Camera _
both with flash attacl aenta. Girl's tapshe.s HOBBY
,sites & 7; Ballet shoes, sixes
5, SK & 6. Phone 7782168.
If you have a toughnut
FOR RENT Two Bedroom nicely L514OP 778-1020
furnished home near the Gulf. Reasonable to crack when it
r.nt. Phone 7782791._
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comes to any type of -
SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED .
ADS have sold: insurance, be sure to

BlaDke boats books, can coins, call independentagent Lawn Mowers
dishes dryers file cabinets freezers. an

furniture, homes, house trailers, lots first. 4 r r .
radios record players rugs tele and
vision seta and wood to mention $49.95 up
only a few. Four lines for SOc mini- THAT'S US! '
1t3tliID.

10 % OFF With This Ad

SPECIFIED DISEASE Policy with

.Cancer also cover D'p the r'a; Dobbe's Island Hardware

Scarlet Fever Leukemia; Polio; Bay Area InsuranceF. & Marine SupplyIf
Smallpox; Tetanus; Primary Men In9lhis !
and "PRIMARY ENCEPHAL :. it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have It-

ITIS" Call -Rcw.... Hardy, AGENT, DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or.will get it for yon 77I-2SII

,778-1949, aland( Insurance Agency, 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
Post Office Plaza, Anna Marla, Fla.| AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEVIHRUDEMURRAYPage

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