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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 27, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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568 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1962 \\\S TEN CENTS


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I Summer 1962 No Longer "Dry Season"Revised




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Island Map To "
Be Published By C Of C ',:-\<.,., Heavy Rains Bring Summer's Total To Normal r

A revised map of the Island .; .
will be published soon by the '" Despite the torrential rains changed to a southwesterly

Island Chamber of Commerce.At last Wednesday and Thursday, direction, some sand was torn
a meeting of the chamber the Island suffered little dam- away from the Manatee County ;,

Thursday evening, President age. Beach, although the damagewas
Bill Lee appointed a map committee The storm, the result of a not major.Telephone .
with Al Dobbe as .c.,.,- low pressure area which sat in and electrical
man, and Dick Wagner 4;"''"' the Gulf for a few days,dumped service on the Island were not
Hoffman, Jean-Paul St. 4"" >..;,:: a total of 12.75 inches of interrupted except for about an

ent, John Beckett and :>' -_ rain on the Island between hour Friday noon, when the
: .21- "
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Anderson.The '*, ,' Wednesday noon and Friday Florida Power & Light Co.had

map, which was .>.>,."' :""',:lc;'. noon. to replace a broken utility poleon
originally in 1954, will I ,!$ During the height of the Manatee Avenue, Braden-
rected and brought up to .; storm, parts of Gulf Drive in
Several spaces will be : all three cities were flooded, ton.Along with the other schoolsin
able to new advertisers but were clear of water almostas the County,the Island school
the revenue to helppay ',Co soon as the rain stopped. held no classes Friday, although -
printing, with any extra Many side streets and low pupils on the Island
WATER last w..k Magnolia Avenue, Anna Marla. Water began
into the on awash but Sat- could have reached the school
to go general areas were by
., however, as soon as the rain stopped, and was almost com-
the organization.Col. urday afternoon, nearly all the without difficulty.
drained by Saturday. (Islander Photo)
F. A.Chilson, away 4 surface water had disappeared. Falling as it did on the last

of the committee for day of summer, the heavy rain
information center Bar Faces A. M. Trash Pickup The rain was the heaviest turned what had been called a

reported on its Against License Attention of residents of Anna fall. on the Island since Hurricane dry season into a normal, if nota

said approximately $ Maria City is called to the Brenda in July, 1960 wet summer. Although the
contributions had been Island bar faces suspen- semi-annual trash when a total of more than 12 rainfall during'May, June and
pick in
up
ved, and that an or revocation of its lic- that inches fell. During Hurricane July was below normal, a totalof
city, starting Monday,.
$1,618 would be within the next 30 days October 1. All trash MUST be Donna, in September, 1960,the only 8.25 inches for the
complete the building of alleged violations burnable; MUST be piled at the rainfall on the Island totaled three months, August rainfallwas
operate it for, three State Beverage Laws. edge of the road where it is only 2.75 inches. 13.8 inches. The September -

The original estimate Anchorage'. bar, located, easily accessible, .and,..MUST Only apparent damage last total was only 3.8 inches
$4,000. Avenue and Bay Boul- be small enough so it can be week was to a 'few trees and through Tuesday the"'18th; but ,
General policy and Anna Maria, last week handled readily by one man. shrubs blown down by the gus- after the two day downpour, '
procedure the by State Beverage The will the ty winds accompanying the the month's total stood at 16.55
pick up start at
Thomas E.Lee Jr.to inches.
approved by the south end of the city and the rain.
and $400 was cause why its license truck will cover each street On Friday, after the wind had
the general fund to the not be suspended or re-
building fund. The action came as a only once.
The center is of charges filed against Outboard Racers And Races Here Next Month .
Each released
was on
open Monday, October 1 and an employee paymentof .
President Fred Anchorage, alleging the a $500 bond. More than 400 of the nation'stop U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary,
Executive Vice or an employee al- Irene Kersey, 36, of Friendly outboard racing drivers will patrol the waters adjacentto
Geeslin of the Manatee minors to consume beer City Trailer Park, Bradenton, will gather on the Island next the race course.
waitress the
establishment. a at Anchorage, month for the running of the
Chamber of Commerce Fourteen national champion-
the guests of honor. of the bar will was after released under with$500 bond, 1962 National Outboard Racing ships and the internationalJohn
30 days to answer the being charged serv- Championships October 19,20
Mayors and other Ward Trophy will be up
of the three Island No date has been set ing alcoholic beverages to mi- and 21. for grabs, with professional

their wives, will be hearing. nors.William 23 Shell Sanctioned by the American drivers from 32 states, Can-
3)r raid on the Anchorage Spencer, Power Boat Association and
visit the center for a Point Road Ruskin ada and Europe to compete for
,
of the facility and its 4, eight persons were ar- the, chargedwith co-sponsored by the St. Pet- honors and prize money. Die-

on the day before the for the alleged liquor minor misstating to induce the sale age of of an a ersburg Boat Club and the ter Konig, winner of the John
opening.A violations, and were re- alcoholic Manatee County Public Rela- Ward race in Canada last year,
beverage to a minor
committee was to post bonds totaling released under tions Bureau, the event is expected will return from Berlin to defend -
was $500 bond.
by Lee to nominate All the cases were nol- Three to draw more than 50- his championship.Konig .
minors from
one
and directors for 1963. 000 outboard racing enthus- startled the racing
Ruskin and from
Sara-
two
H. Pinson 44 1502
cludes Steve Kimball, iasts. world with his unique prone
with
FOta, were charged
and Hoffman Avenue West, Bradenton, pos- Blue Water Beach Apart-
man, session, alcoholic position driving style to nose
Livingston, Norman Lyle R. Smith, 36, and beverages ments will be headquarters of out Homer Kincaid, Carbon
niid each
posted a $50 bond.
and Roy Marchand.A K. Smith 37, both of 306 Officers participating in the the racing group while they are Cliff, 111. in three heats, although -

chamber sponsored Avenue West, Bradenton raid were Deputy Sheriff Bill here, with meetings of the organization Kincaid established the
nessmen's association as licensees, were fastest time record for the
Fort, and State Beverage Agents to take place there. on
suggested by Marchand with allowing minors George Fader, DeWitt All the motels on the Island Ward race in winning one heatin
an Island credit bureau alcoholic bever- Coburn and Joe Ogonowski. are expected to be filled to 5 minutes, 17.2 seconds.
its main functions. The on licensed premises. capacity during the period the Other defending champions

was tabled until the racing is taking place and fora include Chuck Simon Melvyn
meeting in order that #, .#.. '. -,.,:--,: ----..". few days both before and af- Cooper, Gerry Waldman, Hubert -
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aspects of the credit \ ; : t. .? : : i terward. As many as 2,500 to Entrop, Henry Wagner, ,
could be determined. \ ." ." ,. Robert Lalande Arnold
3,000 people are expected to Nico-
.... -- '' ""'-- ::; ... "
; '-"" be here for let Harry
"" : ; the event.A Ralph Hemminghous
w banquet for approximately Bartolomei,Chuck Parsonsand

Of Island .1 ... ". 400 will be served at the Walter Martin. Missing
Meeting "j .' Holmes Beach Yacht Club on from the scene will be Dave
'
Center DirectorsA ... "", ; ,$7'x. Sunday evening, October 21.. Berg A-Hydroplane and A-
regular meeting ,_ .. ..:. During the races,boats own-
"
Island Youth Center ed by members of Flotilla 99, (Continued on Page 3)

Directors was held last .... 1'..
at which Chairman Dave I ,
er reported receipt of .1 ".:' ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
butions of $1,000 each -
'
.
the Cities of Holmes ... Temperatures Water Rainfall
Anna Maria. \ Sam Noon 6pm High
He also that i
reported ,
ilar request for a ..- Sept.. 18..86 92 90 92 88 None

had been made to the Sept. 19--78 76 76 78 B2 1.2
ton Beach City Council, Q Sept. 20--74 76 76 76 S2 "11.15

had been tabled. He Sept. 21--75 80 78 80 H83-i" ,. .
hoped both Teen Club DAY for cleanup at Island Youth Center Saturday found left to Sept 22--75 84 '84 84 'B3.; .6
bers and 'their parents Steve DeLeslfno, G.rry Guild, John McDonald and Dick Frost Sept. 23--80 84 80 84 82 : ",: Ef .
emphasize the carting away, accumulated pin. needles and other debris Sept. 24--82 86 86 88 82 None
(Continued on Page' small. frock. (Islander Photo)


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1'.12; J3bl'IOL .oIrlvl1-.rrfan I _!![f: ISLANDER Thursday, September 27, 1962

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THE EDITOR-
LETTERS TO
The Islander
. ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA LL 1

a" -- Longboat Key

TELEPHONE 778-2021 ense Dear Editor:

\QA'' .,. ... .. . ., It was with great interest I
THE EDITOR -'" 't>. .
Br
Editor..s E: KIMBALL( o ',-
{: read your editorial of September -
"'''''f
News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL o'. \J Telephones--an interesting 20 telling of a candidatefor
0
'\ ...2 subject. In the_ news gathering County Commissioner
Mall Address: Anna Maria, Florida nON
to lease of the
business, they are a modern wanting part
convenience for which there south end of Anna Maria Islandto
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In interests.
advance.Canada $5.00 are no substitutes n d it private
,
per year.
would be difficult indeed if one You certainly are to be commended -
Advertising' rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for

six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. were to attempt to publish a '. on your stand against

National or agency place,advortising, $1.25 per column Inch. newspaper without the ser- more government encroach-

.........v..e.w..M.: vices of one or more phones. 4.' ..:.,,< ',. ment and competition with pri-
BUT, trying to keep a full [ vate enterprise.More .

(N AMHICAN RCWSMTCI lEMBUMTlKS set of telephones in working 1/1'.".,.",'.t.,'';-''"". ";. motels built on land

order at office and home(with owned by the taxpayers of the

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn both of vast importance to us County would compete directly

at all times) can be a frustrating with the heavy taxpaying, already -

Independent weekly published avory Thursday by and often unrewarding established motels on
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria Florida experience.We BEACH BEAUTY, who told the Island and Longboat Key.
cameraman her name was We motel have
have Just emerged froma owners enough
Entered as socond class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. 48-hour period when we Debbie Spencer. (Islander problems without having to

were phoneless at our resi- Photo) contend with this kind of com-

dence. Each day when we cal- petition.

THE GREAT HIGHWAY ROBBERY led the repair service, we immediately transferred to Grateful voter,

News reaches us this week that NBC-TV's David Brink- were told about "water in the some other area? To add fur- Joseph BogolIn
t ther to his general (or General -
I ley's Journal at 8:30 Monday evening, October 1, will feature cables, which we could well ) bewilderment, or to that of

j some of the "swindles, fraud and thievery" connected with believe after living throughlast the company's subscribers? the
looking over offeringsin
week's rain and several
I the Federal highway program of the past few years. Prominent ,
If be boldsomewhat
we the
may so mail, we came across
of life with General of
the the Florida's land years
in will be
story part played by Florida. more efficient telephone some of the speeches now being -
speculators, contractors, politicians, et al, with the Island'sown companies do just the oppo- made by State Senator Ed
Each day as we reported the
little drama be mentioned.
highway building to site. When learns
a man some- H. Price Jr.
Material for the Florida of Brinkley's phone out of order, there
chapter story was about certain
thing a commun- There used to be a little ditty -
: taken from the findings of the Legislative investigating committee seemed to be some mounting ity or larger area as a repairman about the man who sells insurance -
1 headed by State Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland in antagonism on either end of
he is of much that's
the line. The operator who greater the man who
1960.Locally value to the company if he remains has endurance. But, the man
the 114 call
the story of the purchase of slightly more than answers appearedto there, than if he is who has to have enduranceand --
three acres for right-of-way for the Island approach to the be as tired of hearing fromus transferred elsewhere in a lots of it--these days, is
as we were of calling her.
Anna Maria Bridge is well known.A .
short time.
a candidate for a seat in the
series of transactions which took place in a relativelyshort At long last,when a brace of
But please do not get the idea State Senate, or other political
time the of eleven-acre of land rise repairmen were assigned to
saw price an tract from our scribbling that we office.
from a very few thousand dollars to $40,000, to $60,000, to find out what our trouble was, find General completely inef- Quoting from one of the Sen- )
had
they to come to our officeto
$85,000. The last three sales were made during a period of ficient. Not sol! Their billing ator's speeches, "In the past
find the location of the out-
about a year and one-half, all after the location of the new of-service phone--not the location department knows exactly how four years I have driven thou-
bridge had been established.Two and where reach all their
in the home, but the to sands of miles, eaten tons of
well qualified area appraisers set a top value on the phones, and where to reach all mashed potatoes, chicken and
location of the HOME. And
three acres of $3,200. No one should begrudge anyone else a then, despite the "wet cable" their subscribers, even if the peas and spoken a million
profit, especially when a substantial amount of money has repairmen do not. words as your State Senator.
it turned the instrument
out -
reports,
been invested, and there is little reason to believe that the only needed a new Anyway, a log of our "Life BUT, I want you to know that I
sales mentioned were other than straightforward business With General which i
dial we are have truly enjoyed every min-
assembly.We
transactions, all made with the rapidly increasing value of a feel considering publishing in book ute of itl"!

piece of mangrove swamp, after it has been traversed by a outline General's no compulsion sins of inefficiency to- form, would provide hilarious And he doesn't mention the F

main thoroughfare, in mindl! --that ground: already reading. It has been, a comedy hundreds of fish fries, and the
Subsequently the State Road Department found an appraiser has been_ covered quite often of the first magnitude, many real attacks of indigestion

who se: a value on the three acres of $40,000, even thoughthe the State Pub- although at times we could not he must have suffered.And .
competently by
law says the value is to be set on the land as it was before find the humor in the situation it there
lic Utilities Commission as we see is no
any improvements--such as state highways--are made. immediately because of the other
we do feel that a suggestionor way, especially if one is
For reason or reasons unknown, rather than letting the two be in orderandwe frustration and irritation in- to be a successful candidate '
matter be settled by a court, as is customary in condemnation may volved. like Senator ,
feel we have served our Price. The more
cases where the owners do not agree to the prices offer- and earned the But, like many another unusual successful, the more chickenand
apprenticeship,
ed, the SRD settled out of court for $41,107, an unheard of situation, it has its silver fried mullet.

price for three unimproved acres, thus leaving the ownersof right. when lining. Through our asso- t *
Why, a telephone repairman -
the property with about eight acres on a main thorough- becomes even slightly ciation with the telephone organization Before Jim Wilson and fam- ..

fare.The familiar with a particulararea we have formed ily moved back to Canada, it
moral: All Highway Robbery isn't done with guns I
some lasting friendships--although seemed that a the
gremlin
of the County, is he then by
we suspect one of our name of Bobby Wilson turnedup Ii

LEGAL NOTICE telephone friends resigned as in almost every group pic-

.I an executive of the company ture we shot around the Island. i

ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION DISTRICT because of the number and Now we have a clipping from a i

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTSFOR frequency of the complaintsabout Canadian paper of a picture of
THE PERIOD JULY 1. 1961 THROUGH JUNE 30, 1962 service.
the same young gentleman!
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GENERAL FUND BOND INTEREST TOTAL ,{
SINKING FUND

Cash and Deposit July 1, 1961 $37.566.81 S 5299.41 $42.866.22 '
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

RECEIPTS
Tax Collections S13.284.29 $6.639.33 19923.62 SEPTEMBERHIGH-- -LOW-
Interest Incom. Tim. i

Deposits and Savings Aeets. 655.15 -0- 655.15 27 Thur. 1h03 a.m. 1.8 11122 p.m. 1.3 117 a.m. 0." 5107 p.m. 0.2 :

TOTAL RECEIPTS 13939.44 6639.33 20.578.77 28 Fri. 11140 a.m. 1.7 11137 p.m. 1." 153 a.m. 0.2 5.30 p.m. 0.3
.- 29 Sat. 12117 p.m. 1.6 11.55 p.m. 1.6 5:29 a.m. 0.0 5153 p.m. 0.5
TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE 51506.25 $11,938.74 $63,444.99 30 Sun. 12.5. p.m. 1.6 6.0.ca.m.-0.1 6117 p.m. 0.6

DISBURSEMENTS
OCTOBER
Bonds Retired S0- 15.000.00 S 1.000.00
Interest Paid -0- ;;' 2.1150.00 2.1150.00 1 Mon. 12117 a.m. 1.7 113.c p.m. 1.5 6.43 a.m.0.2 61.c1 p.m. 0.7
Count Tax Collector's Fees 39J.3' 199.32 517.95 2 Tue. 12..c2 a.m. 1.7 2.21 p.m. 1.3 712.c a.m. 0.2 7106 p.m. 0.8 '

Audit County Tax Assessor's Fees 413.66 43.33 205.84 21.17 120.50 65.00 3 Wed. 1110 a.m. 1.8 3.17 p.m. 1.2 8112 a.m. 0.2 7129 p.m. 0.9

Bookkeeping 7.50 -'_ 3.75 11.25 4 Thur. 1s44 a.m. 1.8 .c130 p.m. 1.1 9109 a.m.0.2 71.c5 p.m. 1.0
Printing Annual R.port 14.70.-, 7.35 22.05 5 Fri. 2126 a.m. 1.8 ------- 10115 a.m.0.2 -----
Photographs 90.92 -0- 10.12 6 Sat. 3.22 a.m. 1.7 9:44 p.m. 1.1 11130 a.m.0.2 10127 p.m. 1.0
Supplies 63.28 -0- 3.21
Rocks and Fill 61.00 -0- 11.00 7 Sun. "I" a.m. 1.7 9:48 p.m. 1.2 12.c5 p.m.0.2 -----
Survey of Beach 750.00 -0- 750.00 8 Mon. 6.20 a.m. 1.6 9157 p.m. 1.2 12.16 a.m. 1.1 1.51 p.m. 0.3
Dues 10.00 -0- 10.00 9 Tue. 71.c5 a.m. 1.7 10.08 p.m. 1.3 '135 a.m. 0.9 2..c5 p.m. 0.2

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 1.873.02 1.218.93 11.171.15 10 Wed. 8156 a.m. 1.7 10123 p.m. 1..c 2136 a.m. 0.7 3.32 p.m. 0.2
11 Thur. 10100 a.m. 1.7 101.c2 p.m. 1.5 3.29 a.m. O..c .c111 p.m. 0.0
CASH AND DEPOSITS- JUNE 30, 1962 $49,633.23 $ 2.639.81 52273.04 12 Fri. 10158 a.m. 1.7 11.03 p.m. 1.6 .c.18 a.m. 0.1 .c1.c6 p.m. 0.2

CASH AND DEPOSITS 13 Sot. 1hs.t a.m. 1.6 11.28 p.m. 1.8 5105 a.m.0.2 5.18 p.m. O..c
14 Sun. 12151 1.5 11&55 1.9 5:52 a.m.0.4 51.c6 0.6 1
Manatee National Bank -Checking S 8,926.89Uanatee 2639.81 11566.70 p.m. p.m. p.m.
National Bank TimeDeposit 15 Mon. 11SO p.m. 1.3 .---- 61.c0 a.m.0.5 611.c p.m. 0.8
5,716.92 -0- 5716.92 16 Tue. 12127 a.m. 2.0 2156 p.m. 1.1 7130 a.m.0.6 6..c0 p.m. 0.9 i
Uanatee Fed.ralSavings & 17 Wed. 1100 a.m. 2.0 .c.25 p.m. 1.0 8125 a.m.0.5 710.c p.m. 0.9 !
Loan Assoc.Savtgs Acct. 10,697.09 -:- 10,697.09Island
Bank Checking 14234.00 -0- 14234.00 18 Thur. 11.c1 a.m. 1.9. .- 9125 a.m. .O..c.-- --, -- 1
Island Bank Savings Account 10,056.33 -O- 10058.33 19 Fri. 2J32 a.m. 1.8 8.29 p.m. 1.1 10132 a.m.0.3 9112 p.m. 1.0 y

20 Sot. 3&G a.m. 1.6 8:52 p.m. 1.1 11..c5 a.m. 0.2 11&08 p.m. 1.0
CASH AND DEPOSITS- JUNE 30. 1962 $" .133.23 $ 2.639.81 52273.04 .
21 Sun. 5:19 a.m. 1.5 9.13 p.m. 1.2 12156 p.m.0.1 ----

,.." 22 Mon. 6157 a.m. 1." 9132 p.m. 1.2 12..c7 a.m. 0.9 hs.t p.m. 0.0 j
.- 23 Tu. 8.20 a.m. 1.4 91.c5 p.m. 1.3 1.58 a.m. 0.7 2.39 p.m. 0.1 ,
ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION _
DISTRICT '4 U Wed. 9.U a.m. 1.4 9157 p.m. 1.3 21.c9 a.m. 0.4 3115 p.m. 0.2
SCHEDULE OF BONDS ISSUED. RETIRED AND OUTSTANDINGJUNE
":. ......'. 25 Thur. 10.15 a.m. 1.4 10110 p.m. 1.4 3131 a.m. 0.2 31.c5 p.m. 0.3
.
'. 30. 1962 .1-i.,\,;.& 26 Fri. 10158 a.m. 1.4 10127 p.m. 1.5 4&08 a.m. 0.0 4111 p.m. 0.4

Bonds Authorized ((4%) $150.000.00 'f< t,:, 27 Sat. 11137 a.m. 1.3 10146 p.m. 1.6 41.c3 a.m.0.2 4.36 p.m. 0.5
!e.- '.0'. Last Unissued Bonds 30000.00 ,h :.; 28 Sun. 12J15 p..... 1.3 11106 p..... 1.7 5:17 a.m.0.4 5.00 p.m. 0.6

29 Mon. 12155 p.m. 1.2 11128 p.m. 1.8 5152 a.m..o.5 5&22 p.m. 0.7
Bonds Issued and Outstanding 1952 120000.00
., Less Bonds Retired 19521962 55.000.00 30 Tue. 1137 p..... 1.1 11155 p.m. 1.9 6.29 a.m..0.6 51G p.m. 0.8
:.. ', ,'. '...... l 31 Wed. 2J28 p.m. 1.1 .nnnn 7:10 a.m. 0.6 6.01 p.m. 0.9
,BONDS OUTSTANDING JUNE 30. 1962 S 65000.00
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read. '

-4 Ings, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.



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September 27. 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3


ISLAND YOUTH CENTER... OUTBOARD RACERS... Drivers and spectators may "'- ",,;'." -....
(Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from,Page 1)) expect to see several new ;
competitive records estab- .
:
financial support by all the Island Runabout champion who was lished at the Regatta, accord-

cities. killed while racing in a sum- ing to sponsoring officials .
New Teen Club officers and mer regatta. with the certified :
racing .'- .
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some club members were wel- Site for the is the < <""
Regatta course resurveyed to the driv- :ji:!
comed to the meeting,and the protected area of Palma Sola ers' best advantage. ...." ;
chairman remarked that anyone Bay about three miles east of Official APBA competitive
interested will be welcomed i.iIIIIIIc' ;!!,
the Island on State Route 64, records to challenged by ;
at any of the board's meet- between the Anna Maria the
participants are as follows '
... '
:
ings. Bridge and the mainland on : Class A Hydro64.562mph : :
Cubmaster Earl Parks requested the north side of the -established Wa- .
causeway.The by Gerry -<'............ .. ).
for the -
,
permission ,,, .. .. ,
course is a favored spot lin; Class B Hydro65.789mph ,_ r: '"". --...- .. -.' -" .. ''-..;; .
Cub Scouts the ,
to use groundsat 'H -
with the outboard racing clan. established by Dave Berg; ','" .,. . .. ..
the center from 2 to 4 p.m. Officials certified by APBA Class C Hydro--70.258 mph c., ; -- '- '"' >- .:_ '. -.. '-' -' ( ..

Saturday September 29, for a for the Nationals include:John established by W. J. Parker; .. ,
Pine Wood Derby. In case of Witous St. Petersburg, Regatta Class D Hydro--68.181 mph
rain, the Derby will be sche- Chairman; C.R.Watson established by Dave Karelsen;

duled for the following Satur- St. Petersburg, referee; Wil- Class F Hydro--72.271 estab-
day afternoon. Permissionwas liam G. Lantz Sarasota, Assistant lished by Hubert Entrop; C- LtROARING:
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granted under a conditionthe -
referee; Bruce Perry Seryice Hydro 1--55.147 established -
grounds be policed after St. Petersburg, timer; by Bud Wiget; C- I _
the event. Charles Strang, Oshkosh Service Hydro H-55.249 established -
Permission was denied a request Wis., inspector; Bill Funk, by Bud Wiget.
that the be used
for an adult dance building class. Pol- Mary Watson, Betsey Bedell, Class A Runabout54.848mph DOWN THE STARTING chute,these Class A Hydroplanes -
Pat Berry, St. Petersburg, established by Jim jockey for the line.
icy of the center is that use of position en route to starting
the building be restricted by scorers; A. G. MacLeon, St. Schoch; Class B Runabout-- The nation's top outboard racing drivers will bring their craft

necessity to youth activities.The Petersburg, clock operator, 60.280 mph established by and skills to the area October 19, 20 and 21, for the 1962
chairman reported that and Blair Thompson, cannon Dave Berg; Class C Runabout National Outboard Racing Championships as sanctioned by the

$300 had been spent for riddingthe operator. w 61.601 mph established by American Power Boat Association. An additional feature will
building of termites, with Bud Wiget; Class D Runabout be the running of the John Ward International trophy race,
the work guaranteed for five board. 66.225 mph established by one of outboard racing's most coveted awards.Sponsored by
years. The price was the low- Teen Club President Gail Harry Bartolomei; Class F the Manatee County Public Relations Bureau, the event is
est of four estimates receivedand Mellin reported that the club Runabout--59.960 mph estab- expected to attract more than 400 drivers and an estimated

had been approved by the has planned numerous novelty lished by Chuck Parsons; C- 50,000 spectators for the three day regatta.JANES .
County Commission.Teen dance nights throughout the Service Runabout I--51.282

Club Director Melvin fall, specifically planned to mph established by Homer I I
induce more junior high stu-
Kincaid.
Robar requested that the club
dents to attend the dances.
be opened Tuesday evenings Miss Mellin also announcedthat HEECT
rather than Wednesdays so the Y
Saturday, September 22,
would have
members Study '
had been scheduled as a work .::11
Days the following days. Per-
day for a general cleanup by HALEY
mission the
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club members of the center

board. ..,.. .,.
building and grounds. ": ::if'::' ""'="f."
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delivery of year we sometimes go for days without anyone call. )
Hotel Bldg. ;
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Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. J
pretty safe last Friday and deliberately put our own

transportation out of commission for some needed re

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON I ? pairs. Wouldn't you know It? FOUR CALLS BEFORE

BEAUTY SERVICES NOON I Felt like tearing our hair out in chunks.

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School Monday evening, with more than 110 students of all ages taking the right shows group being briefed on use of navagational aids by Islander
basic course in Piloting, Seamanship and Small Boat Handling. In picture at George Athorne. Left to right are Chris Woodland,Mrs. Bob Bolster, Ath-
left, County Engineer John Benson, himself a skilled and enthusiastic boatorne, M. P. Tindall of Palmetto, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holmes. (Islanderman
is lecturing the group on boating safety. Second picture is the entire Photos)


New full stop to 4,400 rpm in 30 Building And Mosquito
seconds. The motor is 35
Hydro-Jet OutboardA inches high, weighs only 24 Funds ContributorsRecent

revolutionary hydro-jet pounds, has recoil starter anda contributors to the
: Tecumseh Power Head 4 Island
outboard motor that will oper- hp, Chamber of Commerce
ate six hours on a gallon of two-cycle, air cooled engine.As Information Center project J
it works in as little as six are: Mrs. Charlotte Snyder,
fuel is being introduced in this
area by a Venice company,according inches of water with speeds up Key Royale, Inc. and Ernest
to Joe Dunneback, a to six knots, it is ideal for Sears Supply Co., Inc.
member of the firm. fishing. It will power a boat Contributors to the AMI An-
Dunneback says the hydro- through weeds and lilies,over ti-Mosquito Fund are Ruth A.
jet outboard, manufactured in roots and through mud flats or Young, Mrs. Herbert F.Boyd,
California, is the answer to sand, and it has no propeller to Edna L. Mann, Ralph M. Ken-
most of the prayers of out- foul in weeds or to shear on dall and Bartels Foundation,
board motor boatmen and thatno rocks.. More important, it has Inc.
other marine power plant no propeller to injure a swim-
mer. The motor retails for
now in existence can match its
economy and performance. less than $200, depending on
Every intricate part of the the model. Larger motors will MANATEETRAVEL
hydro-jet impeller is machined be available next year.

and assembled by hand,inspected ASSOCIATES
tested and guaranteedfor
1,000 hours. There are no TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON Complete
propellers and no no THE ISLAND READ THE IS Travel Service
HANDSOME 30 foot Luhrs Sea Skiff flying bridge sports gears
LANDER. SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY
fisherman purchased recently at the Bayou Marina by Mr. flushouts are required,no lubrication $3.50 PER YEAR. Airlines
and Mrs. Warren Hooten of Mulberry. (Islander Photo) is needed and it has
; full forward and, reverse Steamships
thrust, accelerating from aRUSS' e Railroads

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for At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned
Trailers up to 53 Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.
Recreation Hell Shuifleboord BLUE Service'Manager TELEPHONE 7782780.
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AND FISHING CENTERIN \ APARTMENT ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

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Call77So2577' Tackle Available-FARE 5.00Lunch Counter Aboard

&- ': : MOT E L. "".. ,,I Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortex Phone 778-1450
For Reservations;. _
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( & GASOLINE) IFFICIINCIIS ,.. ,,
luxury accommodations 'r" 1 --
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i1'r Anna Maria Electric 6.5 '....
i; tx Gray's Econowash 6

',:'f 0 ,...., .). City Pier-B'comber 6 ..S.

.. ... \. Bay Area Insurance 5
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'. Bayou Marina 5
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Pete Reynard's Rest. 2.5 i ;.
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' TOP TEN GAMES
/, Kayo Keding 234 !

44 Island Marine Supply took 3 Bud Hottman 233 I
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> games in its match with City George Dykstra 220
a tiy Pier-Beachcomber; in Friday Frank Davidson 215
evening's Island Bowling Lea- Frank Davidson 215
gue action. High scorer for the Frank Davidson 211
,
... I t winners was Jim Wuichet,with Roy Ferguson 211

""" 192-526 and high for the los- Ed Wiese 209
( !'t ers was Frank Davidson 215- Aaron VanOstenbridge 206
Lloyd Hanson 199 WORKING COMMISSIONER Arthur C. Hansen of Anna Maria
641.Other team and high individ- aTOP City, as he assists Earl Murdock in repairing roof of city I
h ual scores were as follows: TEN SERIES office Monday. (Islander Photo)

Dick Wagner Realty 3, Gray's Frank Davidson 641
Econowash 1. (Bud Hottman, Bud Hottman 598 ,
233-598; Vic Reinel, 167-465). Kayo Keding 577
Bayou Marina 4, THE ISLANDER George Dykstra 552
0. (Hank Niesiobedski Lloyd Hanson 535

188, Ernie Bradow, 492; Mace Hinkle 529
Kayo Keding, 234-577). Dan Knauf 527
Bay Area Insurance 3, Van- Jim Wuichet 526
Ostenbridge Builders 1. Aaron VanOstenbridge 525

(Lloyd Hanson, 199-535; Lefty Miller 524
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f. George Dykstra, 220-552). *
Schuchard Plumbing 3.5, FIVE LOW GAMES
Wally Gray of 84th Street,
I Holmes Beach, with nice catchof Pete Reynard's Restaurant.5. George Wagner 96
redfish he made Sunday in Ed Wiese, 209-522; Dick Wig- M. Kiefhaler 99
the Anna Maria Bayou.(Islander gins, 169-425)). Ernie Schmidt 104
Photo by Frank Brechlin) Anna Maria Electric 3, Tro- Dick Wagner 104
I pical Vista 1. (Roy Ferguson, Leon Stafford 109FIVE
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211-511; Earl Parks, 194-
NOTICES 509)). LOW SERIES
l1GAL Special attention is called to Earl Mowry 359
{ NOT INTENTION TO M. Kiefhaler 376
\. : NAUE Frank Davidson's scores of WATERY SCENE taken from 82nd Street toward the plant of
"t:.tr;;iderslgned do hereby certify that 215-215-211, for the season'stop Charles Pike 380 the Island Water Company during downpour last Thursday.
; they arc conducting a restaurant business series of 641, a good high Frank Mokry 386 (Islander Photo by Frank Brechlin)
under the fictitious of
t name COQUINA George Wagner 398
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive Anna mark for the rest of the lea-
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Maria,Florida and that said firm is composed gue's bowlers to shoot at for a
of the following persons whose while. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
}f names follows and places of residence are as Bayou Marina City Pier-B. Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

Robert L. Dayman LEAGUE STANDINGS Island Mar. VanOstenbridge
I Ir.n. E. Daymon Tropical Vista 9 Schuchard AreaA.
Bay
780 North Shore Drive
Dick Wagner Realty 8 24 HOURAmbulance
\ Anna Maria Florida M. Electric EconowashTHE
Ownership of COQUINA RESTAURANT VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 7.5 ISLANDER Dick Wagner
is as follows! Robert L. Daymen-50%, Island Marine Supply 7 Vista Pete Service
Irene E. Dayman-50%. 6.5 Tropical Reynard
Schuchard
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof Plumbing
the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee
, County, Florida, to register the said
1\ name the'provisions of COQUINA of Chapter RESTAURANT 865.09. under Laws -- FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON i
of Florida, Act of 1959.
Witness our hand. this 8th day of September 778.2012R.C.SCHUCHARD 742-1011
1962
Robert L. Daymon
Irene E. Daymen
'Owners
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 Uaria Community Hall, Anna Mar REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
la, Florida, to hear and consider arguments -
for and against the application Established 1908A
of H. H. Basklns Jr. to move a house
from Clearwater onto part of Lots No. ANTICIPATED
16 & 17, Block 1, Wells Terrace Subdi- 41/4 ANNUAL COMPOUNDED
Phone Call Will
vision. Bring a Representative
0 QUARTERLYWhy
Gladys Duma \. DIVIDEND
City Clerk 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
Anna Maria, Florida
9 20 & 27, '62
permit your money to earn less when safetyis BRADENTON
I just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
FOR OFFICE FURNITURE investing? Consider .
AND SUPPLIES -
The Bradenton SAFETY (of your funds)

Office Equipment Co. AVAILABILITY I'sYour Will-

530 13th St. IRADENTONPEACOCK'S SERVICE
RETURNS

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

APPLIANCES AIR-CONDITIONERS- TELEVISION PALMETTO FEDERAL Legal Proof ?

f xpert and Prompt Service SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service

725 Urh St.. Oradenton,144.Q351 With Interest" 722- 511 A home-made will is nearly as bad as no
will at all. It may leave your family completely -

' RIDE THE ISLAND BUS! I v unprotected.
BEACH BENDIX.,7 You need to prepare your will with the helpof
I' (AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL) I your attorney. Our Trust Department can

SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN act as your executor and trustee. We are
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TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Laundry Viand always glad to discuss these services in
confidence with and of
FARE 45*One 80 Round you course..noobligation.
Way, Trip -
Call or visit Mr. Walter Young,
Package Under Two Lbs.-50f j our Trust Officer, todo11JJJ !
Leave Manatee Ave. & Tenth St. at

7, 9s10, 11:10, It 10, 3:10 & 5.30, \

Leave Anna Maria City Pier at Dry Cleaners ;J1}

j 8, 10il5, 12i15, 2il5, 4,15 & 6.1S.

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ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND
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CHURCHES Roser Sunday School Baptist Girls' AuxiliaryThe
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HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Promotion Day Intermediate Girls'
(Non-DenooueatioMl)
Bradenton Beach Sunday, September 30, will Auxiliary of the Island Baptist .,.
KLV. A. W. SIMMS be Promotion Sunday and Rally Chapel met for the first time ;

'SUNDAY: Day in the Sunday School of this fall at the home of Mrs.G. .
Roser Memorial Reynolds Jones,counselor,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Community -,
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10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. Church. Regular Sunday Sunday afternoon. '
School classes will begin at 10 After a brief devotional and

BERNARD MISSION a.m. and will ,continue for a prayer for missionaries, the '/ / '
I'tit'S;: Nt\: ". tUANUs t". WLLSMILIIK half hour. A special Assembly following officers were elect-' -/ / G
under the directionof ed: Sue Hutchins, president; .. : :'
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. program, i ,-
Mrs. Pete Niles, Patti Holmes, vice president; ..
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. superintendent Photo
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m will be held in the Carol McEachern, secretary; .. 4 .1'f )
WEDNESDAYS: church Sanctuary at 10:30 for and Lucile Jones, treasurer. .
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction.I the entire Sunday School. This Committee chairmen were .... .
assembly will include the pro- appointed as follows: Alana ---

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL motion of the children into new Coyle, program; Joyce Black '
REV.: LEE RATLUF. /'alt.,,. classes and the presentation of prayer; Bette Rae Bricker ,
THURSDAY: the entire teaching staff for mission study; Shirley Van-

4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. the coming year.A Ostenbridge, community mis- I1iiAef %
SATURDAY: reception in honor'of the sions; Joyce Neff, forward .:
9:30 a.m. Junior G.A. staff will be held at the closeof steps; Maury Rose, librarian; ''
SUNDAY: the assembly program, to Lucile Jones, stewardship.At / : '
9:30 Sunday School. the next the Junior :
a.m. give the parents an opportunity meeting, :
10:45 a.m. Worship Service... to meet the teachers. Light Girls' Auxiliary members '.'i,'. .&
r 5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. ; refreshments will be served. who are being promoted will i f, iII
6:30 Worship Service.
p.m. join the Intermediate
MONDAY ..,:1. The Pairs and Spares Class group.
: .1I
They are Pamela Wilkes Sal-
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6:30 R.A. have invited the parents to be I ;l ): -;
p.m. ly Cox, Ella Black, Lucianne "',' ;",
TUESDAY: their guests from 10 to 10:30in '. < 'i.
7:30 p.m. Church Choir. the fellowship hall for cof- Massey and Marcia Parkinson. >t, 1- .

WEDNESDAY: fee and doughnuts, with an informal The meeting will be heldat I
6:30 p.m. Nominating Committee. presentation about the 2:30 at the Island Baptist

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday School to be given. Fol- Chapel.

lowing the meeting, parents
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH may attend the assembly and
(Noa-DtBoniaoti) Island TV Celebrates
reception with their children.
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor AnniversaryIsland
Will YOU vote for me?
THURSDAY: TV at 5347 Gulf Drive, '
7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. Real Estate Sale Holmes Beach, is celebratingits I am a candidate for State Repres-
PROMOTION SUNDAY: seventh in business on entative.As such,Islanders' support
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fullerof the Island, year and will invite the means more to me than the numberof
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Fort Wayne, Ind. have recently -
House" at votes. I must win overwhelminglyon
public to an "Open
purchased Lot 9, Block
6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior
be announced the Island to the
time
a to soon. carry county.
Youth Fellowships. 13, West Wind Shores Subdiv
MONDAY: ision from Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Meanwhile, everyone on the May I count on you?
9:30 a.m. Deaconess Meeting at Danner of Holmes Beach.Sale Island is invited to visit Island Republican Candidate For
Home of Mrs. H. T. Tichenor Jr. was handled by Ruth Mahar, TV and register for valuable Wallace M. State Representative
TUESDAY: prizes. There is no charge for .. .
Realtor, of Mahar Real Estate. Wolly"WARNER Paid Political Adv rti m nt
6:30 p.m. Couple's Club. registering.

WEDNESDAY: I .
7:30 p.m. Church Council.

>. Sunland Turf & Garden
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH

Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor, Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock i .3
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SUNDAY: and LandscapingAT
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8:30 a.m. Church School. a* *-4*
10:00 a.m. The Service. .'* .. ;' 4DONI
SOUTH ENTRANCE TO : :**

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
(Episcopal)
Rxv. GERALD K. Low:
PHONE 778-2711
THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER:> t ,... Brand New Non-Current
TRINITY:

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. EV I NRUDE MOTORS ..'t
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and RUN
Sermon Church School. yl
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LEAN. GROUND BEEF-3 Lb......................................$1.39
,Delivered flapjack. Remember an extra phone in the home
J, $5 Ordor-Lb....47*
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Reg. or Drip costs far less than the first
& Plan ted i DEL MONTE Pineapple-Grapefruit. Drink-46 ox. Can, ....$1.00 i ;.,

LIBBY TOMATO JUICE-46 o:. Can, ..........................$1.00 iWllllmnmHIBIU }
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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC i- BUILDER OF HOMES Fall
r FOR SALE licensed Eltctrical Contractors suitable for Island climate. Early Special
Snapper and Pine Struts and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates ATTRACTIVE WELL PLANNED 3-BEDROOM,
Electric Wiring FixturesL
, DICEWAGNER gi.en.NORMAN 2-BATH UNFURNISHED HOME IN BAY PALMS SUB-
(ROY) FERGUSON
ROSEDALE, Anna Maria DIVISION, HOLMES BEACH. ALL LARGE ROOMS,
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591
INCLUDING FLORIDA ROOM.TERRAZZO FLOORS;
GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING DUCTED FOR
IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING AIR CONDITIONING. ELECTRIC KITCHEN. TWO
ISLAND REALTYGEORGE CAR GARAGE. LARGE CORNER LOT WITH DOCK-
ING PRIVILEGES AND DEEP WELL RIGHTS, ALL
E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKERBOX INCLUDED IN LOW PRICE. OF ONLY $21,000.

1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 7782444Hare
RUTH MAHAR Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Drive and 77th Street.Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
r 778-2663 Your PAINTING Done By Experts! WATERFRONTHOMES


HARRY M. RIFE

RESIDENTAL LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna & HOMESITES

APPRAISERS Maria Phone 778-1341

On Key RoyaleA


2 BEDROOM CB HOME;LOTS SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS DELIGHTFUL COMMUNITY

OF CLOSETS; LARGE TILED
GENERAL MASONRY SeawallPavingStorm

BATH; LIVING ROOM; KIT- Sewers-City Water
Confr#eke Installations .

CHEN AND DINING ROOM. \\ I JACK MARSHALL Realtor 778 -2614

UTILITY ROOM AND PORCH; WILLiAM R. KERMODE

CARPORT. THIS NICELY ANNA MARIA 778-2557 Perfect To Retire In

FURNISHED HOME IS CLOSE DELIGHTFUL CB HOME OF UNUSUAL VALUE: TWO

BEDROOMS, 11A BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM, CARPORT,
TO THE BEACH AND HAS VISITSEASIDE
UTILITY ROOM, CENTRAL HEAT, BUILT-IN RANGE.
AN EXTRA LOT! ALL FOR EXTRA FEATURES INCLUDE BAKED ENAMEL CUP-
i
ONLY $11,500--$1,500 DOWN BOARDS,MATCHING TWO DOOR REFRIGERATOR, INTERCOM -

SYSTEM.LOT 90 x 101-WALKING DISTANCE
AND $85 PER MONTH. .yJ2J Jaeizeqin
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. $14,000.

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$2,000 DOWN BUYS THIS 2BR Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
CB HOME AT$11,500.TILED GARDENS]
' BATH Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
CENTRAL-HEATING.
M BBBBBBH
LARGE LIVING ROOM AND ftF smart and modern J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
'DINING AREA, BUILT IN Anna Maria, Florida
STAINLESS STEEL ELEC- TOWN HOUSESby
: TRIC KITCHEN. SCREENED
PORCH, CARPORT, UTILITY
ROOM. TERRAZZO FLOORS JACK HOLMES BEAUTIFULNEW
& INSULATION. EXTERIOR
WHITE SPRAYCRETE. 50 x Another Waterfront Building
f
100 LOT. OR WILL RENT AT CB HOME
. $95 PER MONTH UNFURN- Nearing Completion :/_
ISHED. ,
SELECT YOUR WATERFRONT SPRAYCRETED _
'<
\ $12,500 BUYS THIS CANAL APARTMENT NOW 100 X 100 CANAL FRONT LOT .
I
SEAWALLED AND WELL LANDSCAPED
FRONT HOME:2 BEDROOMS, SALES OFFICE
j 3 BEDROOMS--2 CERAMIC TILED BATHS
jt TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648
t CENTRAL HEAT

ROOM & DINING AREA AND
ENCLOSED SCREENED PATIO

COMPLETELY EQUIPPED EXTRA SPECIALWe
EXCELLENT TERMS
t KITCHEN, CARPORT. ALSO have a REAL BARGAIN!!I The Wilson homeat

SCREENED PORCH. 75 x 100 229 Oak Avenue, Anna Maria City has been $18,300

*
LANDSCAPED, SEAWALLED greatly reduced in price. Four bedrooms, 21/2
,
LOT WITH BOAT DOCK. baths, FIREPLACE, ENCLOSED POOL, Extra EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYSIN

S
LOVELY VIEW OF SARASOTABAY. large porch, CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDIT-

CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3000
TERMS $3,000 DOWN. IONING. All lovely furnishings. Canal front lot

*
with DOUBLE SEAWALL, PLUS AN EXTRA
f 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CANAL SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

FRONT HOME. SEAWALLED BUILDING LOT ADJOINING, ALSO WITH SEA- COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESANNA
& LANDSCAPED LOT. THIS

HOME HAS CENTRAL HEAT; WALL. If you are in the market for a really nice
LARGE LIVING ROOM&DIN-

ING AREA. BEAUTIFUL 4 bedroom home at a buy, then we urge you to r
: BUILT IN ALL ELECTRIC

KITCHEN, CARPORT AND A see and inspect this property!I! Walter S. HaidinJtcalty
SPACIOUS UTILITY ROOM.
ALL FOR ONLY $18,350-- CO-BROKERS:
$2,500 DOWN, AND ASSUME Company
MORTGAGE. PARRISH Realty & GERTRUDE BLASSINGAMEARE
THE EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS FOR Realtors
.
s THIS OFFERING. Phone 778-1902 or 7781333for .
: 3 DUPLEX APARTMENTSIN an appointment. NOTE: We will gladly cooperate -
HOLMES BEACH: CLOSETO with other Brokers.
BEACH GOOD INVEST-
MENT FOR RIGHT BUYER. PARRISH REALTYPost MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
\ ALL UNITS ARE FURNISHED Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902
AND THREE ARE RENTED 778-1010 BOB CABLE,'Manager 778-1756:
': ON A YEARLY BASIS. PRICE Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor '
FRAN MAXON, Associate 778230711m..iay
t $28,500. $20,000 CAN BE FI-
NANCED. Coquina Building, Anna Maria -M Phone 778-1333

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 27, 1962

High Twelve Club
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

"Tit pkoM/i, n refo tee one's name in print." LOBD BYRON !will The meet Island at High noon Twelve Thursday Club, Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
l
September 27, at the Manatee

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: MissA. Cartwrightof Eagle Lake...Mr. and County Beach pavilion, with ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
of Anna Maria City Commissioner ..
GouldandMiss L. Patter of Sarasota Mrs. D. Rickey Sarasota.
Harvey G. Meyer to speakon
...Mr. Per AvRod of Boston e e
Mrs. Melva Moore and sons of Bra- his experiences as a zoning Luncheonette
Mass. denton Beach want to express their enforcement officer. YOUR MONEY
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and
: thanks to their friends and neigh- Meyer, before moving to the BUYS MORE Fountain Service
Mrs. M. C. Andresen of Cranston
bors for their kindnesses and Island, was a zoning enforce- COMPLETE
R. I...Mr.. and Mrs. Randy Blessing many their ment officer in Maywood, 111.
expressions sympathy
Lakeland...Roy Hughes of Peoria. recent bereavement. during J Toiletries Stationery

111...Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen Thomas Dalton
Jr. of Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. ; Magazines and nooks
Lewis Lac :eyof Germantown Ohio Women Voters League Thomas Dalton, 74, of 5612 LINE
Gulf Drive Holmes Beach,
...Mr andMrs. Joseph E. Kelly of Meetings TuesdayThe Beach Wear
died at a local rest home
Camden. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. L.
Reapportionment A-
Wednesday, September 19. He IN A REAL
G. McKaneyof Sarasota...Mr and mendment will be voted on in was born in Greensboro,N.C.
Mrs. William C. Priest of Oak the November 6 Election.Two and moved to the Island from DRUG STORE General Sundries
'
Grove. Mo.S. meetings study and discussthe that city 18 years ago. Before :

S. WHITE SANDS MOTa: Mr. amendment are scheduledfor his retirement he was the own-

and Mrs. James R. Cole of Akron Tuesday, October 2,by the er of a lumber mill. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Ohio...Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Mesinoof League of Women Voters of He was a member of the
The Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Wethersfield Conn. Manatee County. daytimeunit Greensboro Presbyterian

NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. will be held at the homeof Church.He .

W. B. Hobson of Kissimmee...Mr. Mrs. Mike Klemmer, 116 is survived by his wife,

and Mrs. John B. Bronson of Largo 65th Street Court N. W., Bra- Mrs. Emily W. Dalton of I

...Mr. and Mrs. James Carwell of denton, from 1 to 2:30 p.m., Holmes Beach; a daughter, (
St. Louis. and the second from 7:30 to 9 Mrs. Charles Whipple of Lex- RAelpSPAe

p.m. at the Florida State Em- Mass. brother Car-
PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. John ington, ; ,
ployment Office, 401 Eighth
Cain and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Evansof ter Dalton of Fort Pierce

Louisville Ky...Mr and Mrs. Street West, Bradenton. Iden- Beach, and two grandchildren. WE NEED ROOM
tical material will be
presen-
Funeral services were heldat
John Ellens owners of Palm Court
ted at both meetings by Mrs.
and their family returned home recently Griffith-Cline Island Chapel SALE CONTINUES
Herbert F. Boyd, chairmanfor Friday, with the Rev. Dr. ,
after a three week vacationin
State Items and
Agenda E. White
George pastor em- !
Michigan where they visited .
her committee, Mrs. Arthur eritus of the First Presby- LingerieDressesSportswearSwim
families and friends.LAYZLIVN .
Miller, Mrs. Richard Wagnerand terian Church of Bradenton,
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Winters.All .
officiating.
Mrs. Nelson A. Little and family of women voters interestedin Cremation was to follow. Suits

Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. L. L. this important amendmentwill

Chellas of Lenox. Ga...Mr. and be welcome to attend either -

Mrs. C. P. Coe and Mr. and Mrs. of the meetings. WE RENT
FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS

( PAYMENT REQUIRED, ) PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING
r$
EIGHT LINES1.00; MINIMUM 50* ISLANDER COTS

.
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WANTED: Lawn work.Very reasonablerates ONLY S3.S0A HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS .
for very good work. Call Bob Wil- YEAR
Herald liams at carrier.7782639. Your Bradenton LINENS BLANKETS Layaway Phone

FOR MOVIES, LOTS & INVESTMENT Plan
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE 778-1161
r rntn
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Call 1Zis GRR-t+ *Women
or Write Col. F. A. (Brud) Chilson, KING
REALTY Realtors, Itanatee Avenue HOLMES BEACH 778-1472
West at Slat Street, Fairway Center,
Bradenton,Florida.Telephone 746-1121. Exciting New Complete
FOR SALE 2-year-old Harley-Davidson
5 HP Motor Scooter. Oil Bath Automatic
Transmission. Excellent condition. U.S. KEDETTES
Line Of
ONLY 300.: Call 7782423. ,
FOR SALE 200 foot lot on Canal with ,
boat slip and seawall. 8000. Small All Colors-All Sizes LAST WEEK FOR
down 2177. payment. Call Ken Tout at 778- s 10% Discount On AFTER FIVE

FOR SALES Cabinet Style Oii Heater Christmas Cards
(For outside fuel tank) Heats up to five
Rooms. A "Cash & carry" Bargain for
820.. Call at 108 Cypress. Anna Uaria. Reg. $3.95 & $4.95

ISLANDER PHOTOS'As Aa an added service
to our readers, 5 by 7 enlargements RENTAL LIBRARY
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- Now $2.99
DER are available at *1.2S.ach. Writes Sand Dollar Gift S tI
THE ISLANDER Anna Maria, or Phone
7782021. I Shirley and John Duytschaver I
ISLAND VARIETY STORE
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCEMowinq 778-1021
edging trimming.
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient
.enice. Reasonable rates-references ,
furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 REGISTER NOWPRIZES
after 4130.FOR __
SALE Admiral 3 speed record
player-radio. Table model black ebony
finish. Excellent Condition. Only $20.
Phone 778-1687. TO BE GIVEN AWAY

SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED .
ADS haw sold: DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY

Blankets boats books cars coins, "MEI '
dishes dryers file cabinets) freezers I1 OPEN HOUSEALSO
furniture homes, house trailers lots I-, '
I Don't Know v
radios, record players rugs television -
sets and wood, to mention ?
only a few. Four lines for sac mini Anything About
mum. WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST STOCK OF

Insurance...
RADIOS, TELEVISION AND HI-FI'S ON THE ISLAND

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ANNA MARIA If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies vt bare it-

DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you 771-2111

778-1388 AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYP.