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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 20, 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. 567 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1962 TEN CENTS:




New Welcome Center Moved To IslandNew




Traffic Pattern At Hospitality House Scheduled To Start Operation I

Palm And MarinaAt Oct. 1--Open House For Island Officials Soon


last week's meeting of the The building for the new three Island cities, to give
Holmes Beach Board of Alder- tourist information and wel- them a preview of the center
men, a new traffic pattern at come center was, moved to its and the services it will offer.
the intersection of Palm and site at the intersection of Chamber members and con-
Marina Drives and 66th Street Routes 64 and 789 Tuesday tributors who plan to furnish
was approved. Following a report afternoon. brochures, flyers or price
on the subject, the board Under the sponsorship of the lists for the hostesses at the

I voted to extend 67th Street _-_ Island Chamber of Commerce, center to distribute to visitorsare
from Palm to Marina Drive funds for the project have been asked to prepare the mat-
south of the new Gloria DeiEvangelical .t \ raised by subscription by erial as soon as possible.Mrs. .
Lutheran Church. -. members and nonmemberswho J. R. Feagles Jr. and

I When the street is completed a-::.':""' are interested in further- Mrs. Dorothy Karkhoff, the
southbound traffic on Mar- : :. 727. ing the Island's tourist indus- women who have been engagedto
ina Drive will cross 67th to ._.,.... ". -.... II,.... run the center, are now call-
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Palm Drive and continue of. --i ''''; ''. soon as the center is ing on Island businesses which
southward. ::,.' : ready, an open house will be have been contributors to the

Another lane will be added __ ._ __. ___.___ -__..___.;..- '11I-. ... '___ held for the officials of the facility.
for a short distance on the east
side of Marina Drive so that HOSPITALITY HOUSE, the new welcome cent.r-Information station of

northbound traffic into Key the Island Chamber of Commerce, which was moved to its site at. the I
Loggerhead Turtles Visit North End Of Island
Royale Drive can turn out of Intersection of State Routes 64 and 789 Tuesday afternoon. (Islander
the main traffic stream before
making the turn. Northbound Photo) Sunday evening some. 150 species it may be told by the
traffic on Marina-Palm Drive newly hatched Loggerhead proportionately larger head
will continue straight along City Of Anna Maria October 6 Last Day For Turtles created some excite- and the presence of the two
Palm ment at the North Shore Drive .nails on each front flipper.The .
After Drive City Engineer as at present.Howard Property Values Set Voter RegistrationNew home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted carapace (upper shell) is

Scott had reported the work Meeting as a Board of Eval- Manatee County resi- Tripp. thick and heavy. Head and
will cost just over $2,000, he uation last week to set valueson dents who have not yet regis- The visitors, rather than flippers are covered with
was authorized proceed with property ,owned by the Cityof tered to vote in the Countyfor going into the Bay, a matterof coarse, leathery shields.
the project. Anna Maria, were Mayor County, State and National only a fewfeet away, appar- With most of these turtles the
James O. Ferguson,Commis- elections, may register at the ently were attracted by the upper shell is dull, uniform
.a sioner Robert R. .Moses, and lights in the Tripp home, and brown; some are obscurely
C..q.un! t Y.. Courthouse, through ....
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. Meeting real estate brokers Ralph Saturday, October' 6. The re- gathered in an angle created blotched with yellow. A 'very
A regular meeting of the Island Parrish and George Wagner.The gistration books will be clos- by the home and its screened large example will weigh 500
Chamber of Commercewill meeting is an annual duty ed October 6 until after the porch. pounds and have a shell four
be held at the cafeteria of called for by the city charter, November 6 General Election. After several phone calls to feet long. Three hundred pound
't the Island School at 8 p.m. with the members of the board try to ascertain what to do with turtles, with a shell about
'. Thursday, September 20. appointed by the mayor, who the youngsters, it was decidedto three feet long, are not rare.
On the agenda are the ratifi- must be one of the members. take them to the water. Such are often harpooned off
cation of whatever businesswas Valuations of the propertywere August Bridge Tolls Up Without the attraction of the the northern coasts of the Un-

voted at the previous set at the same levelsas Revenue collected on the two lights the young turtles swam ited StatesMassachusettsand
meeting; further discussionon in 1961, for a total on all toll bridges to the Island dur- away. Long Island--having fol-
the new information cen- city owned parks, land and ing August showed a total increase Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Phelps, lowed the warm current of the
ter; discussion of the recent buildings of$702,030. Accord- of 6.3 percent over who have lived on the Island Gulf Stream.
appointments and other busi- ing to members of the board August, 1961, according to many years, and who are ama- "Many Loggerhead Turtlesare
ness at the Manatee County the values are nominal, and figures released by the Reve- teur naturalists of note, saidit sent to the markets, thoughthe
Chamber of Commerce, and not necessarily full market nue Section of the State High- was the first instance they flesh is considered much
appointment of a nominating value if the properties ever way Department.The could remember of a logger- inferior to that of the Green
committee to prepare a slateof were to be sold. release shows that 57- head laying its eggs on the Bay Turtle. The meat is dark red
officers for the Island The value of the CommunityHall 858 vehicles crossed the Cor- side of the Island. and not unlike beef both in
Chamber. is $15,000; CommunityHall tez Bridge during the month, Each of the baby turtles is looks and taste.

Recent contributors to the Park, ten lots, $35,000; with $8,683 in,tolls collected, approximately three inches in "In May and June, numbers
Chamber's new information', City Office and lots 13 and 14 an increase in revenue of 5.9 length, and three and onehalfto of Loggerheads lay their eggs I
center project were the Island on which the office stands, percent over the $8,202 col- four inches wide from the along the Florida coast. An
Kiwanis Club and Morton L. $12,000; City Pier and Pavil- lected in August, 196}. extended ends of its front flip enormous number of eggs is
Clark Enterprises. ion, $20,000, and 12 lots at the A total of 94,868 vehicles pers. They are a medium greyin deposited, varying from fiftyto
Island Youth Center, $25,000. crossed the Anna Maria color, and except for the a thousand, according to the
AMI Power SquadronA Bay Front Park, 2,703 feeton Bridge during the month,pay- color, exactly resemble the size and age of the female.
Tampa Bay, at$110, $297- ing $14,230 in tolls, a 6.5 per- mature loggerheads. The adult The turtles generally leave the
total of 110 men and women 330; Gulf Front Park, 1,420 cent increase over the 1961 turtles are a pinkish brown in water at night, (and accordingto
registered Monday evening for feet on Gulf of Mexico, at$200 collection for the same monthof color.A .
the basic course offered by the per front foot, $284,000. $21,558. book, REPTILES OF THE some full of experts the moon, only) laboringover duringthe
Island Power Squadron at the Other valuations are: $2,200on WORLD, owned by Mr. and
the sand to a above
.Cortez.School.Because the Bay Park restrooms; ice property), $9,000, and Lot Mrs. Phelps, and written by tide line. Here a point hollow is
Lots 9 10 and 12 5 Block 41 Boulevard Dr. Raymond L. Ditmars
Monday's session unimproved (Bay ), a scooped with the front flip-
Block 44 Anna Maria Beach offered for sale noted zoologist who is or
was largely taken up with reg- now being was then the animal grovelsin
pers
distributionof Subdivision Of- $2,500. Curator of Mammals and
istration and the (adjoining City Rep- the sand, shoving it out of
supplies, other persons who tiles at the New York Zoological the burrow behind her with the
would like to register for the Park, supplies the follow- The
rear paddles. are
eggs
ing information about the
course Piloting, Seamanshipand tur-
soon laid and well covered,
rrr tle and its habits.
Small Boat Handling, may
when the female starts again
still do so by attending the "The Loggerhead Turtle, for the sea. Her progress up
class next Monday evening, Caretta caretta,. looks some-
: ttr the beach and the return to the
September 24, at 8 o'clock. $ ; ',, what like the Green Turtle
(Chelonia). From the latter (Continued on Page 4)
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PTA To Open SeasonThe i If'lM1..
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Island School PTA will 4.
meet at the school at 8 p.m.
Temperatures Water Relnfeil..
sharp on Monday, September
24, when an open. house for 1 Sam Noon 6pm High
parents, called 'Get Acquaint ,--"
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Night" will held. The
t .' Sept. 12--81 92 78 92 89 .45
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parents will have an opportunity .. .
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to visit the classrooms and Sept. 13--80 88 76 90 88 .7
meet their children's teach- Sept. 14.-80 90 78 90 88 .2
ers. One of the aims of the Sept. 15--76 88 80 88 88 .05
organization is to achieve 100 INTERESTING VIEW of the Gulf on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Round Sept. 16--80 90 82 90 .89 None
percent membership among frame effect.Is result of using sunshade on telescopic tens. (Islander Sept. 17--80 90 .ffi 90 89 ..2r
the eligible parents. Photo)




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Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITORA NOTE: The following is from an editorial by

News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL | few days ago our mail included Contributor Ed Bodin in the Fredonia (N. Y.) Censor.
a a clipping from the Two elderly gentlemen, one a New York State native--the
Mail Address Anna Maria, Florida nON
Chicago Tribune, with a note other from South Carolina,were discussing a recent Saturday
which suggested the clipping Evening Post article entitled "Let's End the Civil War."
Subscription $3.50 $2.00 for six month payable In
a year; ,
advance-Canada, $5.00 was not favorable publicity for The Southern oldster shook his head and spoke: "You'll
Advertising rate $1.00 per per year.column inch. Discount of 10% for our Sunshine State, a note with never end the South's love for a noble cause even if defeatedin
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. which we agreecompletely.The war. The North was wrong. It broke the Constitution of the
National or agency placed/advertising $1.25 per column Inch. clipping was of a letter United States. .that no man should be deprived of property
written to the Tribune from without due process of law. The sword is not due process.
_CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn Bradenton over the signatureof The North refused to consider payment to the South for cost
a Mrs. R. Seger. It reads: of slaves, and which would have been cheaper than blood and
Independent weekly published every Thursday by "People up north should know hate. The war could have been prevented by using due processof
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida law and the Court. No wonder the
how Yankees are treated down by Congress Supreme
here in beautiful sunshiny Flo- South still fears both. It was disregard of Constitutional
Entered
as second class matter under the Act of March.3,879.
rida. We recently moved here rights of Southerners on the part of the Northern majority,
and bought a home. On the first that caused the South to defend its own, like the Minutemenof

Sunday morning, my husband Lexington.
drove out of a shopping area. "Some day the North must honor Southern soldiers who
A Thousand Times No! The only traffic in sight was a died for the American ideal. Until Northern contrition is

police car about six car shown, and the estates of Southerners given some paymentfor
As we headlined in our September 6 issue, "Political lengths away. He gave us a being deprived without due process, there can be no peacein
Candidates Open Campaigns." And in keeping with long established ticket for not yielding the rightof the heart. A true Southerner will never forget nor forgive
political tradition, each candidate is trying to base way. We asked him why, and injustice. The North first seceded from the ConstitutionalUnion
his campaign and platform on something new and different. he said we had no right to ques- leaving only the Confederate Union to take over as true
One County Commission candidate, in a talk Thursdaytothe tion him since we were Yan- Sons of the American Revolution, and to reaffirm the Constit-
Manatee County Board of Realtors, if the quote is correct, kees. ution. Had the South won, there would not have been two
said he favored leasing some parts of the south end of Anna "Monday morning, we sat in nations--but one strong Union with the true spirit of George
Maria Island, with an eye toward inducing a top-flight tourist court for three hours beforeour Washington and Thomas Jefferson, both of Virginia and Am-
attraction to the area. case was heard. Then the erican Freedom."It .
This candidate went on to say he thought a portion of the judge told us to plead guilty or was the Northern fear of the South's economy that
property recently acquired by the County should be turned come back on another day. The caused the North to try to destroy the South. But now, retrib-
over to private interests. fine was $30 and probation. ution has set in, and the South is gaining its true place as the
"This should be done with the complete understanding the People are very unfriendly if center of American progress."
enterprise and promotion be done on a professional basis-- they know you are a Yankee."
without investment of taxpayers' funds or political in- We find it very hard to believe Finally the Northerner spoke: "I've never heard that accusation -
fluence." that Mrs. Seger is tellingthe before. I'm not up on history, but I feel there is
He said the property and improvements would revert to incident EXACTLY as it something unethical if not inaccurate about it. I'll spend a few
the County after a reasonable lease period. happened--and we will take days at the library and you'll be hearing from me later."
"This is a major part of my program. I feel it is reason- definite exception to her state- Meanwhile, it is not so important as to whether the argu-
able, attainable and deserves support." ment that people are very unfriendly ment is based on truth or ethics--the question is: How many
In choosing the subject for the "major part of his pro- if they know you are a Southerners feel that way? If the number is large, then thereis
gram," the candidate in question--if he really wants or expects Yankee. This last part is JUST need for consideration.ters .
to be elected--might well have looked further before NOT SO I

making his choice. We have been familiar with worse, it keeps up a chorus case of active trouble with
Rather than win him any friends, or any votes, his pro- Manatee County since we first of discordant squawks. Our Cuba. In the same paper was.a
gram--"the major part" of it at least--already may have came here in 1945, and after hope is that it bumps into trees statement that Florida has
"
'done him in. long and careful searching of the next time it disturbs our grown from the 20th to the 9th
If this gentleman will check the facts of the matter with our collective memories, we slumber. largest state in ten years.
County Attorney Ken Cleary, he will find that the settlementon can recall no incident when That's why the defensethinkof
the south end, approved by Circuit Court Judge Lynn people with whom we were The basic course on small all that income taxi!
Gerald, included a stipulation restricting the south end to dealing, or whom we have met boat handling which is offeredat *
public use, so the County would be unable to transfer title or were anything but unfailingly no charge by the. Island Power A project now under way at
lease any part of the land to private interests, even if it so courteous and friendly. In fact, Squadron is a must for all The Islander office is a pic-
desired. in a few instances when we boat owners. torial history of the Island,
Which means, according to Cleary, NO MOTELS--NO were uncertain of our direct- We have been asked to remind although we are not yet readyto
HOTELS--NO AMUSEMENT PARKS--NOTHING THAT IS ions while driving, we have anyone interested that announce any tentative date
BUILT OR OPERATED BY PRIVATE INTERESTS I pulled out of the traffic to re- because the first session on of publication or other details.
The gentleman in question, in advocating any such leasingto check our position, and had Monday evening was devoted However, we will welcomethe
private interests--apparently has overlooked the fact thata local people stop and ask if largely to registration and the loan of any old pictures of
"top-flight tourist attraction" on land owned by the tax- they could help us. distribution of supplies, etc., the Island or its residents. We
payers of the County, would compete directly with the tax- Mrs. Seger's position also is prospective pupils can still will merely copy the picturesand
paying, already established tourist attractions on the Island weakened somewhat by the fact register at next Monday's ses- return them to the lendersin
and Longboat Key. of the rapidity with which her sion, which will be held at the a short time, and in good
He will find many voters--including a couple in this cor- Yankees are settling in Flor- Cortez School at 8 p.m. condition.
ner--who will disagree with his contention that his program ida. Surely all of them have *
". .is reasonable, attainable and deserves support.' We been here before, and if they Anyone want to make jelly of
question that it is any one of those three I found the atmosphere so for- seagrapes? If so, see Clyde
bidding and unfriendly, they Phelps of Phelps Nursery, who
never would bother moving to has an over abundant supply.He .
the State. says the time for pickingthe
To ? As for policemen being any fruit has arrived.
Going Register different in their treatment of *

Yankees than anyone else,this Some alert police work on the
The final day on which new residents of the County may too is hard to swallow. part of Snooks Adams has resulted -
become voters is Saturday, October 6. On that day, the officeof Having lived most of our life in the apprehension of
the County Supervisor of Registration at the Courthousewill in New England, we are aboutas some juveniles who have been
be open all day.Qualifications Yankee as one could be,but responsible for some of the
for new voters are that they have been res- have never found the police in recent vandalism at the County
idents of the State for a year, and of the County for six Florida hard to deal with, or Beach. Still some others to
months. And--of course, that they are native born or natural- with any critical attitude about catch, however, but Adams
ized citizens who have attained their majority. Northerners.We believes he knows who they
Although the November general election will not offer as suggest Mr. and Mrs. are.
wide a choice of candidates as did the election in 1960, there Seger throw away those chips *
are several important contests.To they carry on their shoulders, Difference in a point of view.
be elected are two School Board members, two new and try being a little friendlier When our papers write about
County Commissioners, two State Representatives, a State themselves. people going to West Berlin
Senator, a Congressman and a United States Senator. In addition # from East Berlin, they are
some other State officials will be elected.In A sign in the window at the "escaping." When they are
other words, it will be an important election. BE SURE Blue Wave service station reversing the course, our pap-
TO REGISTER IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE I asks the question: "Do you ers say they are "defecting." 4 1
And remember--you have only two weeks to do it have a solution, or are you ANYONE FOR COFFEE? Gag signat
part of the problem?" A headline in an area Sunday Cortez Fishing Center can be
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES paper announced that the U.S. startling at first view. (Islander
Some of the best entertain- is ready to defend Florida in Photo)
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SEPTEMBERHIGH ment in the area is to be foundat -
20 Thur. 3:20 am 1.8 8:37 pm 1.1 11:02 am0.1 9:40 pm 1.0 the meetings of the govern- Brand New NonCurrentEV
21 Fri. 4:28 am 1.8 9:33 pm 1.1 12:27 pm0.1 11:09 pm 1.0 ing bodies of the three Island
1.710:07 1.2 -------------. cities.At .
22 Sat. 5:54 am pm l:48pm-0.1 I NRUDE MOTORS
23 Sun. 7:23 am 1. 7 10:34 pm 1.2 12:44 am 1.0 2:50 pm0.1 their best, they are much
24 Mon. 8:38 am 1.710:54 pm 1.2 1:59 am 0.9 3:36 pm 0.0 I more amusing than Ben Casey, 18--28--40--75 HP
25 Tue. 9:37 am 1.811:04 pm 1.2 2:54 am 0.7 4:12 pm 0.0 I and even on an off night, are
26 Wed. 10:23 am 1.811:12 pm 1.3 3:38 am 0.5 4:42 pm 0.1 good for afewheartychuckles. SAVE UP TO $270.70
27 Thur. 11:03 am 1.811:22 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: One bird to be found on the SORRY-NO TRADE-INS AT THESE LOW PRICES !
Island is think of the
one we as
29 Sat. 12:17 pm 1.611:55 pm 1.6 5:29 am 0.0 5:53 pm 0.5 I
30 Sun. 12:54. pm 1.6------------- 6:04 am -0.1 6:17 pm 0.6: given night to flying flying squawker.around when It all is BAYOU MARINAINCe

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September 20, 1962 THE ISLANUEK Pape 3

, Newest Member Of The Islander Staff .
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The newest member of the tary obligations.This -. .-
staff of The Islander is 17 year concept proved suc-
old Dianne Bell of Holmes cessful, not only in keepingour

Beach, who plans to make a industries productive at r...
career of art and journalism.She all times,but also for constructive -
is the daughter of Mr.and educational purposes.The .
Mrs. Stephen Agate of Miami.A program is designed to
senior at Manatee High help students choose a career,
School, Dianne is a member of and to prepare for that career.
the DCT program there, and Advantages to students takingthe
her work at The Islander is a occupational parttime a
part of her course. training program are many.
She is a talented artist, and Because the student is in a
has studied under Gene Whiteat supervised work program, he
the Bradenton Art Center or she will have an opportunityto
for two years. In addition,she apply facts and skills learn- tr
spent three weeks at an art ed in such classes as mathe- '
school at DeBarry on a scholarship matics, science, art, shop or = i r
from the Art Center in English. Working with mature DIANNE BELL
the summer of 1961,has taken supervisors will help the stu- iJ
art courses in high school,and dent develop poise and matur- ,, ; -
summer art courses in Miami. ity of his own. fled Cooperative TrainingDCT -.
She is president of the Art The opportunity to learn and ( ). CBE students must
Club at Manatee High. Last develop proper work attitudesand have earned two units in bus- "

,year, one of her paintings won habits under supervised iness subjects. Here they can :: d- ::
second prize in a statewide training is still another advan- qualify as secretaries,recep- CORTEZ FISH HOUSE p ink drawing by Dianne newest I
competition at Panama City tage. When a student graduatesfrom tionists and general office as- member of THE ISLANDER staff.
sponsored by the American high school, he of she sistants. DE is a one-or-two-
Association of University Wo- will have something saleableto year program designed to pre-

men. offer an employer--train- pare students for careers in on his personal project in his ties to further their know-
Born in Del Rio, Texas on ing, competence and actual ex- marketing or merchandisinggoods chosen occupation. The third ledge in the"co-op" program.The .
Texas Independence Day, Dianne perience. or services. division is his working time motto in this vocational
lived on Long Island, N. Students are enrolled in aca- DCT also is a one-or-two- itself. training program is a good
demic and related classes for
Y. for 12 years before movingto year, program which provides Manatee High students are one: "The community is our
Florida. She has been a half the school day, and on- "
training in any socially acceptable offered unlimited opportuni- classroom.
resident of the Island for three the-job training the second occupation of the I .
years, making her home with half day. A minimum of 540 student's choice. Opportunities -
her grandparents,the Rev.and hours (15 hours each week) are many and varied-- !
Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th spent on the job during the from the fields of mechanicsand RE- ECT
Street. school year is required fora ::'::'; ...(
nurses' aides to commer- .
She was chosen in 1960 the student to receive high 1:
cial art, salesmanship, print- :
first Island Teen Queen, and school credit for the second
ing and countless others. JAMES A.\ HALEY
her hobbies are art, dancingand part of the program. Many

water skiing.In students work on Saturdays to The course itself is divided ;.::..*[..::....:.:;'.....:: :.:. .." .
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the following article she obtain full days of uninterrupted into three mainparts,the first
has described the DCT pro- training on the job. being a "zero class at 7:45 CONGRESS

gram in her own words,as her Three types of cooperative a.m., which is called a general ....................: .
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first reporting for The Islander. education programs are offer- related class for the pur-
ed in public high schools. They pose of preparing students for THDTRICT
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are Cooperative Business Ed- general career background.The :'.. ,,>".,;.....:.:""'*,<.' :::.:.::>>:, ., ., .,< .;' .'> ""
Although the Vocational Edu- ucation (CBE), Distributive second part is a specific
cation program has been in effect Education (DE), and Diversi- class for the student to work YOU CAN

at Manatee High School Aco Ct ;fLli
WE FEEL LIKE A CHAMELEON because rc>
only since 1944, it actually was our station
begun just before World War I is gradually changing colors. The new paint job looksso SEWT
in order that our country would bright and pretty)I We've always prided ourselves ( fOi ZION
have people working to keep on keeping our service station clean but now It's
our industries strong while going to be spotless--for awhile, anyway. 1
other men fulfilled their mili-
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 20, 1962Mackerel

landing a 20 pound grouper;
{c\Lets 8 o H. F. Burkholter of Bradentonwas

v second, catching an 18
pounder, and Elwood Rice of
FUIe e"
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red grouper.
Monday: E. R. Stacy, Brad-
enton, 18 pound black grouper,
fishing at the Anna and Harold Townsend, Evansville -
Maria City Pier was at its all- Ind., 17 1/2 pound red
time best Sunday,according to grouper.
Tiny Lefty,Miller, pier mana- Tuesday: Stan Parsons of
ger. Lefty says he has been at Sarasota, 10 pound red grou-
the pier nine years, and in per; Doc Dixon, Sarasota, 9 .r
that time there never has beena pounder, and L. R. Hoekel of
better mackerel day than Ruskin, 8 1/2 pound grouper.
Sunday. Wednesday: Nancy Estes of oj
., Sarasota, 13 pound black grou-

Catches brought into the per, and G. F.Tucker,Dallas,
Bayou Marina during the week Texas, an 11 pound grouper.
were light. Sunday, Mr. and Thursday: John Hunt, Rus- r.
Mrs. Ben Lewis and daughter kin, 10 pound red grouper;

Linda of Tampa, and guests Bob Shoemaker, Wilkesboro, TED TRIPP'S TURTLE TANGLE. Sunday evening In picture* at left, turtles were snapped on background }
Mrs. James Cox and daughter N. C., 9 1/2 pounder, and coming out party staged by approximately 150 newly of pine needles, and at right In order to obtain more il
Sharon of Clinton, Term., and Bruce Pinto, Sarasota, an 8 hatched Loggerhead Turtles (Caretta caretta) at the contrast, several dozen were herded onto white sheet. t
Ray Wallace Jr. of Tampa, pounder. North Shore Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tripp. Each Is about three Inches long. (Islander Photos)
landed a total of 50 trout from Friday: Al Moore of Bradenton -
breath with a deep, roaring they were in the water, and
the Lewis cruiser LARILIN II 22 pound black grouper; BABY LOGGERHEADS... sound, while the bleary, seal- were able to get around on the '
which is berthed at the Bayou. Mrs. Robert Broyles of Lake- (Continued from Page 1)) like eyes stare in a seemingly ground with ease.
Saturday, Ray Wallace Sr. land, 18 pound black grouper,
water are usually so erratic vacant fashion. If a big conch Two or three of the large
of Tampa caught about 30 nice and Robert Broyles, a 16 pound that it is impossible to discover shell is shoved within reach of Loggerheads which have been

trout. red grouper. by the tracks, the exact the jaws, it is seized and caught in the area in the past
The ADMIRALcame
Saturday: spot where the eggs have been crushed in a single grasp. two or three seem to
years
At the Rod & Reel Pier in with a total of 186
,good
Persons who makeit
deposited. Turned on its back, the giantis bear out the statement in the
catches of flounder,mangrove fish. Jackpot winners were a business to hunt for the helpless. If not hindered, it account of Dr. Ditmars, thata
snapper and redfish were re- Jerry Sikes, Lake Wales, 15 a sharp stick which
eggs carry makes for the sea, causing a very large example of the
ported--more redfish than for pound black grouper; James they run into the sand at inter- great commotion in reachingthe will 500
specie weigh poundsand
some time. Roberts, Bradenton, a 13 lb.
vals along the reptile's track,
water, as it flounders for have a shell four feet long.
grouper, and H. A. Davidson, thus sounding for the eggs. If sufficient depth where it may The Islander has carried pic-
Tampa, a 12 pound grouper. unmolested, the eggs hatch in find purchase for the paddle- tures of two or three which
Plenty of fish caught by the Saturday: A charter trip by about two months time. The like limbs." had shells about four feet long,
of the two Cortez the ADMIRAL TOO for Sor- little turtles seek shallow inlets -
passengers People who have seen the and the of
weight which was estimated -
ADMIRALS during the week, rells Bros. Packing Co. of until they have acquired
eggs of the Loggerhead des- to be from 200 to 300
according to our report from Arcadia netted the group on sufficient strength to lead a cribe them as being about the
Mrs. Jim Sage, although the the trip more than 100 fish, strictly marine life. A small size of ping pong balls. Also,
fish are running somewhat with the largest being caughtby portion of the brood reaches they say that the mother tur- pounds.MANATEE
smaller on the average thanis Wissie Dyald, who had a maturity. Enemies are manyin tle, after laying her eggs,
usually the case. 12 pound red grouper, and the shape of large fish and goes along the beach parallelto
Sunday: Mrs. Del Bouma of Weaver Hipps, who caught an sea birds. the water for a distance before TRAVEL ASSOCIATES
Bradenton won the Jackpot by 11 pounder. "To discover one of these returning to the water,
sea monsters on the beach is apparently in order to create Complete

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LEGAL NOTICES
4 LEAGUE STANDINGS
I NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Tropical Vista. 8
A Public Hearing will b. h.ld at 7i30
Bldrs. 6.5
P.M., October 2, 1962 at the City Of tics VanOstenbridge
in HOB. Beach to consider an amend Dick Wagner Realty 5Gray's
nont to the basic Zoning Ordinance of A Econowash 5 .
City of Holmes Beach relating to definitions. -
Title as follows City Pier-B'comber 5
An Ordinance amending Ordinance No.
2 of June 20.f 1950, the basic zoning Island Marine Supply 4
ordinance of the City of Holmes Beech. Anna Maria Electric 3.5 :
Florida, by substituting in Section 1 4
thereof certain definitions of dwelling THE ISLANDER 3
units which shall more adequately' convey Schuchard Plumbing 3
the intent of the Board of Aldermen
and be more easily understood by the Tropical Vista, fattening up Pete Reynard's Rest. 2 'k S
public, and adding certain definitions its standing in the Island Bowl- Bay Area Insurance 2
shown by the growth of the City to be
3
J ing League, Friday evening Bayou Marina 1
n.c.ssary.Paulin.. H. Archer swept its match for the second _

City C1.rkINVITATION week in a row, this time with TOP TEN GAMES 3 t +

Bayou Marina as its opponent. Clyde Harman 226

TO BID Tom Edwards had high game George Thibodeau 225
The Board of Commissioners of the for the winners, 209, and Bob Art Schumaker 212
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will acc.pt
sealed bids from responsible insurance Guild high series, 571. Ernie Lefty Miller 211 xaxe
companies or their agents, at the City Bradow was high for the losers Walt Sparks 210
I Office,Pin.Avenue until Noon, Friday, with scores of 180 and 461. Tom Edwards 209
September 20, 1962 covering
1. Scheduled property against all risk Other team and high indivi- Steve Alex 209
of loss Schedule may be picked up dual scores were: VanOsten- Art SchumakerS 204

2. at Seeburg City Office.Ins.cUcidal Fogger and Eq- ridge Builders 3.5, Anna Cliff Weston 201

uipment. Maria Electric .5. (George Jim Wuichet 199 f
3. 1957 Ford Dump Truck. $
I 4. Workmen's Compensation and Em Dykstra, 185, Dan Knauf, 510;
ployer's Liability. Walt Sparks, 210,Jack Ehren- TOP TEN SERIES
5. Comprehensive Commercial. zeller, 512)). Miller 582
Lefty
I. I. Fir. and Lightning on City Pier.
7. Fire, lightning Windstorm and Hurricane City Pier-Beachcomber 4, Bob Guild 571 H5
on Community Hall building Pete Reynard's Restaurant 0. Clyde Harman 568
and contents.
6. Ford Tractor and Attachments. (Art Schumaker, 212, Lefty Cliff Weston 566
Further Information may be obtainedat Miller, 582; Charles Pike, Tom Edwards 557
the City Office, 9tOO A.U. to 12iOO 193-552)). Art Schumaker 555
Noon, daily except Thursdays.Bids .
will b. opened at the City Office, Gray's Econowash 3, Island Charles Pike 552 TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the Island Kiwanis Club was

7i30 The P.U.Commission, Friday,reserves September the 28 right, 1962.toaccept Marine Supply 1. (Leon Staf- George Thibodeau 535 observed at last week's club meeting at the Manatee County

reject any or all bids r.c.iv.d.GLADYS ford, 190, Frank Beard, 465; Steve Alex 526 Beach pavilion. Watching Harold "Chick" Chapman, club

DUVIAINE Jim Wuichet, 199-478)). Frank Davidson 525 president cut birthday cake are, left to right: Ed Haverkos,

City Clerk Schuchard Plumbing 2, Dick Col. Sidney Brown, Earle Cromer, 1963 president elect, and
9-13, 20, '62 Wagner Realty 2. (Clyde Har- FOUR LOW GAMES
George Lott, last year's club president. Several members of
man, 226-568; George Thibo- George Wagner 85 the Island club attended an interclub meeting at the Punta

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO deau, 225-535)). Ken Fellows 103 Gorda Kiwanis Club Thursday, making the trip by water in
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME THE ISLANDER 2, Bay Area Hank Niesiobedzki 105 Boozer's
Dave LU-RAL II, and the MARY K II, owned by
Th. undersigned do hereby certify that Insurance 2. Cliff Weston
( Pat 109
Flanagan
they are conducting a restaurant business Charters, Inc. (Photo by Bauman)
under the fictitious name of COQUINA 201-566; Dave Boozer, 189,
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Lloyd Hanson, 495)). THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Maria,Florida and that said firm is com-
po..d of the following persons whose! This seems to be as good a Schuchard Pete Reynard's +
follows names and places of residence are as time as any to tip our editorialhat Tropical Vista A. M. Elec. Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

Robert! L. Daymen to our new bowling reporter Dick Wagner Econowash
Irene E. Daymon that talented manabouttown Island Marine C. P.-Beach.

Anna 780 North Maria Shore Florida Drive Earl Drew. Only the second VanOstenbridge Bay Area 24 HOUR ,
Ownership COQUINA RESTAURANT week at his new job and THE ISLANDER Bayou Mar.
is as follows Robert L. Dayman-50%, already he is spelling better. Ambulance Service '
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Irene E. Daymen$0%.
It is our intention tb apply to the Clerk
of the Circuit Court in and for ilanatee
County, Florida, to register the said

t name the provisions of COQUINA ol Chapt.r RESTAURANT 865.09, Lawsof under FOR BETTER PLUMBING Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON

Florida.Acts of 1959. fc. .
Witness our hands this 8th day of September - CALL 778-2012 742-1011
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Robert L. Daymon R. C. SCHUCHARD
J Irene Owners E. Daymen

5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc.
A Public Hearing will b. held at 7i30 PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS ,
P.M., Monday October 1, 1962 at the
Anna Maria Community Hall Anna Maria REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
I Florida to hear and consider arguments -
j for and against the application
of H. H. Baskins Jr. to move a house Established 1908A
1 from Clearwater onto part of Lots Nos. /fk FOODLINERQuality
16 & 17. Block 1. Wells Terrace Subdi
vision. Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

City Gladys' Clerk Dumaine & Variety 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
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CHURCHESHARVEY Unitarian FellowshipThe Episcopal Schedule IiR ,'"

MEMORIAL CHURCH Manatee Unitarian-Uni- Starting Sunday, October 7,
(Noa- .. .. ) versalist Fellowship will meetat the schedule of services at the 4'
Bradenton Beach the Palma Sola CommunityClub Episcopal Church of The An-
Ktv. A. W. SIMMS at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, nunciation will change to include -
SUNDAY: September 23, with Dr. HenryF. Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. James to read a sermon and Family Eucharist at 10:30.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. entitled "The'Heretic" by the ,. ; g
Rev. Duncan Howlett of All
Real Estate Sales
MISSION Souls Church of ,
BERNARD Washington /.?' ,
/VlYj a/:1-. IRANCli: : t-. WLLSM1L11R D. C., the second in the series Parrish Realty, Realtors, of ; .+ .
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. "Man's Search for Meaning." Anna* Maria,report the follow-
WEEKDAYS: 8:00'a.m.. The Junior Fellowship will ing sales: Residential lot on :
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.meet' at 10:15 a.m. at the Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria y k
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WEDNESDAYS: same place.MOSTLY to Ed Haverkos Jr. of Anna IiZ2
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. Maria from N. D. Lardas.P. .
G. Pirrone of New York -- .',,,,_,... :.i-'>- _! .
ABOUT PEOPLE .. .
has Gulf '
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City purchased '''''
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REV. LEE RATUFF Pastor (Set oho fag t) front lot in West Wind Shores t. :

THURSDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Talbot M. Brewerof Subdivision from the Harllee ( :.
3:00 p.m. Sunbeams. North Shore Drive returned home Estate. The lot has Gulf fron-
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. last week after spending the summerin tage of 137 feet and the new
SATURDAY: and Grafton owner intends to build a first
Mass.
9:30 a.m. Junior G.A. Williamstown class modern motel on the
SUNDAY: Vt. ISLAND BATHING BEAUTY, Susie
soon. The sale was
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. a a property Tripp, 17 month old daughter of Mr. I
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Speer of handled on a cobrokeragebasis and Mrs.Ted Tripp. (Islander Photo)
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. 69th Street returned recently froma by Ralph Parrish Real-and LONE FISHERMAN.(Islander Photo)
Gertrude Blassingame,
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. vacation of three weeks, during
MONDAY: which they visited two sonsinlawand tor. BOB'S BARBER SHOP
6:30 R.A.
p.m. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Al Norman of 64th
TUESDAY: Bay Breeze Court Anna Maria, have
10:00 a.m. W.M.S. Day of Prayer. Miles Brown of Westmont, N. J. and' returned to the Island after a visit Street Holmes Beach arrived on OPEN AGAIN
WEDNESDAY and Mrs. Erik Arctendar of Sea- the Island
: Mr. with their daughters and families at Tuesday evening to spendtwo
6:30 p.m. Teachers & Officers cliff, L. I., N. Y., and their son Hillside and Maywood, 111. On their weeks here. They have been in FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Meeting. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. East Orange, N. J. since February. .
return trip they enjoyed a seven day -
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: HalbertF. of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Sunday School Preparation Week. also visited Speer several places in trip through West Virginia and the VOTE FOR AN ISLANDEROUR
They
Blue Ridge Mountains of North Car-
New England.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDtnoninotionol olina. ISLAND IS OF GREAT
( ) of IMPORTANCE to the economyof
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lavold
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins Pastor Manatee County. We should
THURSDAY have a Representative in the
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7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. High Class Sewing State Legislature not just for
SUNDAY: the Island but also for the
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. County and State. That is one
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE reason I ask for your vote.
6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior
Youth Fellowships. MARTHA SPRANG 778-1427 Wallace- M. (Wally) WARNER
Republican Candidate For

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL ANNOUNCING A NEW LOCATION I I PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT State Representative I .
LUTHERAN CHURCH

Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor 'FOLDING BEDSBABY CRIBS

SUNDAY: WE RENT PLAY PENS 'DIAPERS For The BEST I
8:30 a.m. Church School. SUNBATHING COTS
10:00 a.m. The Service. HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS


CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION AT HOLMES BLVD. & 54th ST. News CoverageOf .
(Episcopal) ,
Rrr. Gcutj) K. LOWE HOLMES BEACH

THURSDAY: LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER CALL 778-1550

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9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and
Sermon, Church School. SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS Anna Maria Island


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FOR SALE 1 CLOSE TO GULF

-; 104 X 110 LOT-.HIGH & DRY
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ZONED FOR DUPLEX
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Coquina Building Phone 778-1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156

Anna Maria, Florida

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778-2663 ,:"' ;.t:. x" ,,: .) ': ';"h _" ._. VISITSEASIDE

CANALSIDE HOME at 515 BoyvUw Drive, Holmes Beach, recently purchased -
by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. DuPont of Elwood, |Ind. from Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Lehrke. Mr. and Mrs. DuPont plan to make their year around
home here.Transaction was negotiated by Fran Maxon and Bob Cable of I ar
Look For These Signs the Island office of Walter S. Hardin Realty Co., Realtors. (Islander I
Photo) i'YJ24'
TWO BEDROOM BEACH .
HOME Furnished and
: ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES p
not much yard to care for.
Houses suitable for Island climate
Ucensed Electrical Contractors
Very Attractive I Pricedat and conditions. Remodeling: Re GARDENS !
Snapper and Pine StrutsElectric
$10,600 $1,000 down,
; pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates
$85 per month. Wiring Fixtures. given.NORMAN .
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria r smart and modern

ONE or 2 BR Retirement Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410. Home 178-2591 TOWN HOUSESby

Home: Furnished; large
garage; Florida Room; UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
family room; Excellent INSURANCE COMPANYSince JACK HOLMES
Structural Condition;
Very Close to the beach. 1897 Another Waterfront
Protect Your Real estate Investment Building
PRICE $11,000; $2,500as
down payment;$85 month. 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743.4541 Nearing Completion


3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-- IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING SELECT YOUR WATERFRONT
Living Room with nice
Fireplace; Florida room; ISLAND REALTYGEORGE APARTMENT NOW !
dinette and kitchen FOUR
;
E. WAGNER REGISTERED BROKER
Air Conditioners; Utility ,
SALES OFFICE
Room and double carport. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444
Corner lot location in HB
I 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778.1648
with boat dockage across
street in canal. PRICEDat Early Fall Special
only$16,200,$600 down
and assume 5 1/4%morta ATTRACTIVE WELL PLANNED 3-BEDROOM,
gage. 2-BATH UNFURNISHED HOME IN BAY PALMS SUBDIVISION Interested In

Two Bedroom Beach Cottage HOLMES BEACH. ALL LARGE ROOMS
INCLUDING FLORIDA ROOM.TERRAZZO FLOORS;
:.frame.construction;
-
I GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING DUCTED FOR
carport; porch; full bath;
AIR CONDITIONING. ELECTRIC KITCHEN. TWO
heat.Small Lot,Price
gas CAR GARAGE. LARGE CORNER LOT WITH DOCK-
$6,500 CASH. INCOME PROPERTY ?
ING PRIVILEGES AND DEEP WELL RIGHTS, ALL
INCLUDED IN LOW PRICE OF
1 ONLY $21,000.
Found A Treasure Chest?
I 2 BR Home: Built in electric -
kitchen; lots of closet RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf BEST BUY--CB DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

space and built ins; slid- Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA

ing glass doors from the AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
living room to a large
screened porch; fenced in ASTOUNDING FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

,rear yard; utility room FISHING PIER. TERMS: $9,000-$1,000 Down, $80 per
and carport; completely
furnished in excellenttaste. Key Royale & Bay Palms ,: MONTH OR $8,000 CASH I
Only one block to *
the beach. Price 12500.
.r "BONUS HOMES"OFFER ALSOMANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN DUPLEXES, SMALLOR .

Two Bedroom CB Home, LARGE MOTELS.
Furnished and only 100ft. FAR MORE FOR FAR LESSIBONUS *
from beach. Has air con-
ditioning & TV. Closed
lot. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GULF FRONTAGE, WE
garage. Large Really
comfortable home for a jilSff T T BBK fc- HAVE IT! WITH SINGLE DWELLING, DUPLEX OR
retired couple, and ONLY ,. MOTEL ZONING.
$8,750.

Two Bedroom CB HOME: *
( -
Lots of Closets; Large

tiled, bath; living room; f- WATERFRONT AND NON-WATERFRONT
.
kitchen and dining room. -. .
Utility room and porch; LOTS AVAILABLE '
This nicely furnished HOME No.9
carport.
Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges
home is close to the
516-71s.t ST. HOLMES BEACH
Beach and has extra lot! ,
SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
ALL for only $11,500-- OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY. COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWalter
$1,500 down--$85 month.

'BEACH COTTAGE on75- .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
Ft. Seawalled Lot. Really
Comfortable and Airy-- TWO LARGE BEDROOMS

Has porches on 3 Sides-- TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS
I Price: $13,000, $2,500
down--$100 per month. .OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM S. Hardin

.9 .FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT,
OPEN HOUSE: 2716 Ave. .
C, Holmes Beach. Two FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED. Realty Company
Bedroom CB Home only S e .
2 years old. Plenty of ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors

closets; beamed ceiling .-
living room; tile bath; $18,300LIBERAL '"

terrazzo floors; carport;
new 12 cu.ft.refrigeratorand FINANCING

gas stove. Rods and NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
drapes. Boat docking
space. All for Only $10- NEEDS-AT PRICES, YOU WILL APPROVE. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
575. Come and see this
Exceptional Buy Any Day. KEY ROYALE, INC. FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307'Ilsnrssdsy

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday.. September 20. 1962

: Dennis Blessing, son of Mrs. Ruth

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Blessing of 78th Street, left a few ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes

days for Miami, where he will
"'Tit pleaatifu, **rc, to see one' name in print=Loin BTRON beastudent ago. at Miami Military Academy Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida



Ann Mellin Becomes LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and e ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

Mrs. T. F. Stanaland of Wimauma Frank Haley returned home last ,

Bride Of Lt. Long ...Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Nay of Val- week after spending the summer in "" 'v

Miss Ann Elizabeth Mellin, dosta, Ga...Rev. and Mrs. C. Cor- Red Bank N. J. YOUR MONEY Luncheonette
\ of Mr. and Mrs.Don- nell .
daughter Bruce of Eagle Lake...Mr. and

ald E. Mellin of Oak Avenue, Mrs.. R. Prater of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. S. Ward Seeley has returnedto BUYS MORE Fountain Service

Anna Maria, Saturday becamethe Mrs. B. R. Rickey of Sarasota... her home on the North Point after COMPLETE

bride of Lt. Melvin H. Mrs. Kathryn Dunton and party of spending the summer in Carmel, Toiletries

Long, USMC, son of Mrs. Eve- Bradenton.ROD N. Y. Stationery

lyn Long of Washington, D. C. &REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. S SC Magazines and nooks
The took Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Downs Jr. LINE
marriage ceremony Hubert Grimley, Mr. and Mrs.
place at Roser Memorial are expected to return,to the Island
Glenh
Community Church, and was Grimley and Mr. and Mrs. this week after spending the sum- 4 leach Wear
Bill Lawrence, all of Wauchula...
performed by the Rev. RichardK. mer in Lennoxville, Que. IN A REAL
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson of Ft. e
of the
church.Wiggins, pastor Lauderdale..Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. John L. Osborne of DRUG STORE General Sundries

Pollard of Apollo Beach. Holmes Beach are expected to arrive -
The groom was attended by
Lt. Hugh Hyde of Quantico, Va. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. at their home here soon. They

and ushers were Gerald Mel- and Mrs. D. F. Worth of Jacksonville spent the summer in Berkeley Hts., Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

lin, brother of the bride, and ..Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bres- N. J.
Richard Kermode and John nahan of Landover, Md?Mr and Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mrs. Peter Karr returned home last
Cagnina.The Mrs. W. B. McChesney and Mr and
week after a vacation of several
bride's sister Miss Mrs. J. W. Brown of Bradenton.

Gale Mellin, served as maid of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and months, during which she visited a
daughter and family in Illinois, and REDUCTIONSDRESSES
honor. Mrs. William Langland of Grand
and their families in Alaskaand
Following the ceremony, a Rapids Mlch...Mr. and Mrs. Wil- sons

reception for the ';bride and liam Webb of Muncie, Ind..Mr. California.

groom was held at the Holmes and Mrs. Kenneth R. Bell of Tampa BLOUSES

Beach Yacht Club. ...Miss Gloria Kidd of Sarasota... Adams-Hunter Wedding
Lt. and Mrs. Long left for a Mr. and SHORTS SLACKS
Mrs. Alexander Wood of Mr. and Mrs. William E.

motor trip to the Smoky Moun- Youngstown. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Thornwood, N. Y. e
tains and Swim Suits
Washington. They 4
Robert Shell of Tampa.S. have announced the marriageof
will make their home
at Camp S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. their daughter, Miss June 1 Group Lingerie V2 Price
Lejeune, N. C., where Lt.
Hunter to Jerry L. Adams of
and Mrs. Richard F. Person of Or- ,
is stationed.
Long 1 a n d o on their honeymoon...Mr. Bradenton Beach. The cere-

and Mrs. Ray Wallace and familyof mony took place at Thornwoodon NEW
UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE DARK COTTONS/Z
Tampa. Saturday, September 8. The

( PAYMENT REQUIRED) NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. groom is the son of Mr. and ARRIVING DAILY a
Mrs. John Q. Adams.
EIGHT LINES-Sl.OO; MINIMUM 50* J.: R. Youdal of Tampa...Mr. and
Following the wedding, are-
Mrs. Thomas
R. O'Neill and fam-
WANTED 2 Bedroom heated well- ception for the couple was
furnished hem within block of Gulf in ily of Iselin, N. I...Mr and Mrs. held at the Sherman Park Inn, SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
Anna Uaria or Holmes Beach, month of Charles D. Davidson and Mr. and Thornwood.
February. Reasonable rent Just three
adults so home will have good care.Write. Mrs. Milton C. Jordan of St. Pet- Mr. and Mrs. Adams will
R. Lambert 7547 So. Winchester, /
Chicago. 111. ersburg. make their home at Milton,
.
FOR SALE Admiral 3 record
speed Florida, where the is
play.r radio. Table model black ebony lean.Paul St. Laurent of 75th St. groom
finish. Excellent Condition. Only $20. stationed at the U. S. Navy
Phone 7781687. and son Louis returned to the Island Layaway Phone
__, Auxiliary Air Station.
FOR SALE Brand New 15 Ft. Fibre- Saturday from a ten day trip to Can -
glas rough water ski boat, with steering ada. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter are Plan ,n rrer: womtn 778-1161
and windshield. 5 Air flotation tanks. former residents of Bradenton
e .
Call
7712577.FOR
Beach where Mrs. Hunter
Mr. and Mrs. G. wasa
SALES Two Modem Walnut Office Harvey Meyerof
member of the HAVE YOU REGISTERED?
Desks In Good Condition-Reasonable. Anna Maria returned this week city council.
Call 7782444. They moved back to their for-
RESIDENTS OF ANNA MARIA CITY from a summer spent in Rhinelander mer home in New York abouta WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR SEVENTH YEAR
Burnable trash wiU be picked up by the Wis.
City truck starting Monday, October 1. year ago.
All trash MUST be burnable MUST be DOING BUSINESS ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND AS THE
piled at the edge of road where it is t
easily accessible, and MUST be small ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS NOW
enough so it can be handled readily by
one man. The pickup will start at the ISLAND TV
south end of the City and the truck will During SEPTEMBER 10Off On
cover each street only once.

FOR HOMES, LOTS & INVESTMENT All Cards Including IMPRINTS SEPTEMBER IS OUR OPEN HOUSE MONTH
PROPERTY on the Mainland Call or.
Write Col. F. A. (Brud) Chilson, KING (CHOICE OF PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY) COME IN
REALTY, Realtors, Manatee Avenue RENTAL
West at Slat Street, Fairway Center LIBRARY'I' AND REGISTER ANY TIME THROUGH SEPT. 29, 1962
Bradenton,Florida.
Telephone 745-1 121.
.t Sand Dollar Gift SI \
WANTED One copy of each of the
following issues of THE ISLANDER, I Shirley and John Duytschaver I ALSOWE
all in 1954t Sept. 16, 23 & 301.October
7, 14, 21 & 28} Nov. 4, II, 18625; ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Dec. Z, 9. 16 & 30. A liberal sum will
b. for such issues the
paid by High
Twelve Club of Anna Maria Island. RADIOS, TELEVISION AND HI-FI'S ON THE ISLAND
Phone 778-2443 or 7781753.

WANTED Lawn work.Very reasonable ISLAND TV 778-1703
rates for very good work. Call Bob Williams -
at 7782639. Your Bra d.n t on
Herald carrier.

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY 14AINTENANCEi a SALE
Mowing edging trimming.
Floors cleaned and polisb.d. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient H
service. Reasonable ratesreferencesfurnished. r&: BOYS PANTSCOTTONCOTTON
.Ken Fellow Phone 778-2894 I
after 430.

& DACRON
FOR SALES 8 mm. Mag a sloe Load
F2. Lens Revere Movie Camera.Also '
4 Flood Light Bar Duro-Flox Snapshot Sizes 6 To 18 Regular $3.98
Camera and Brownie Reflex Camera,
both with flash attachments. Girl's tap
shoes,sixes 6tt& 7) Ballet shoes, sixes
-5, 5H & 6. Phon. 7782168. 2 Pr. $5

ISLANDER PHOTOS As an added service .
to our readers, S by 7 enlargements
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN-' ISLAND
DER are available at SI.25 each. Writes VARIETY STORE 778.1021
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria, or Phone
778-2021. .
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.-

HARRY M. RIFE

LICENSED
,

PAINTING CONTRACTOR ptwBay

ONDED AND I INSURED

PLASTICS

Phatt. 771-1341 .
j

RIDE THE ISLAND BUS! AC '"


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SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN- : / .

TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY I ; I IJ.l
Values to $2.98
t, up .
FAR.45*One W"." .80*Round Trip -

Package. Under Two Lb*.-50fLov Area Insurance eIsland Hardware

Manatee. Av.. & Tenth St. at Marine Supply

7, 9t10, llslO, IslO, 3,10 & 5,30.L If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we hare it-
F. DAVID BOOZER SOLE OWNER
,
or will get it for you 778-2S11
.ov. Anna, Maria City Plor at

II. IQilS,. 12i15, 2il5, 415 & 6115. 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED AUTHORIZED DEALER COAST &LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY GEODETIC CHART AGENCY