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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: October 11, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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.- THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Where\Lif a Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good



l No. 570 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 11, 1962 TEN CENTS






i, Boat Racers And Races Here Next Week I I.r




r, John Ward Trophy Race Highlight Of National B

Outboard Racing,Championships Here


One of outboard racing'smost and national flags are added to

sought after awardstheJohn the base of the trophy.

Ward Trophy--will pro- Konig is an entrant for thisyear's

t. vide additional international race.

interest to the running of the Since the race began, eleven

1962 National Outboard Racing drivers from eight countries

Championships here, October have had their names inscribed

19, 20 and 21. on the trophy. No races

The Ward event, a separaterace were held from 1931-33, nor
( in itself for Class C from 1935 through 1951. Unit-
i / j Hydroplanes, is slated for mid ed States drivers have won the

l afternoon, Sunday,October 21. event four times, Germanyfour
The 100 pound trophy is an art times, Italy twice, Argen-
work worth 25,000 Belgium tine three times, France and

r francs in 1925, and the event Great Britain, once each.

was established to honor the Although money prizes are
first secretary of the Union of awarded the drivers winningthe

International Motorboating, first three places in the

with headquarters in Brus- race, the international pres-
sels. tige accompanying the honoris

The 1961 race was held at most eagerly prized by

AMERICAN POWER BOAT ASSOCIATION'S REGATTA CHAIRMAN, Manuel Carnakis, Picton, Ontario, Canada on successful contestants.

Bakersfield, California, will also be a contestant at the forthcoming Outboard Nationals, Lake Ontario, and was won by'

scheduled to be run in Palma Sola Bay Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 19, 20 and 21. Dieter Konig of West Ger- Anna Maria City Seeks

Carnakis, vice president of APBA, and former mayor of Bakersfield, currently holds many. Winners of the event State Maintenance Of
second place for national high point honors in the C Service Runabout racing class. receive miniatures of the king
.sized trophy, and their namesJ. North Loop Road
,
At Monday's meeting of the
I B. B. City Council Approves New Building CodeA Teen Club Dance Sat.A Fred ArcherJ. County Commission, Walter

Crazy Hat Dance will be a Fred Archer 60, of 5309.R. Talley, Anna Maria City
A new city building code was city pier asked council to replace -
asked for commission
Sunrise Lane Holmes Beach Attorney -
Saturday night feature at the ,
read and passed by the Brad- ten piles under the pierat '
Anna Club died October 3 approval of having thecity's
Maria Island enton Beach City Council at its. an estimated cost of $500, north loop" become
October 13, with'dancingfrom a local hospital after a brief
'
meeting Thursday evening.The but no action was taken: Mil 7:30 until 11:30. illness. part of the State Road Depart-
,new code, after its second ler said he has $15,000 invested -
The and the Born in Sandersville Ga. ment maintained county sec-
boy girl wearing ,
reading at the November in the pier, and feels
;1 craziest hats will be awarded he moved to Holmes Beach ondary road system.
meeting of the council, will the city should take care of nine from Talley said he had conferredwith
replace the several city ord- replacing the piling as it de- prizes. years ago Wrights-
Warren Cason,State Road
ville Ga.
( Music for the dance will be _
inances about building regu- teriorates. VanRensselaersaid
Board member for the dis-
furnished the He was the owner of the ABC
by Playboys.
lations now in effect. The code that Miller had paid for
trict and Cason had indicated
The dance is one of the seriesof Printing Co., Bradenton. He .i
;
Ii#
was drafted by a committee replacing a pile under the pierin '
he would the road for
Saturday night dance sess- was a member of Roser Memorial accept
headed Louis Barolo
by a 1960.
ions at the Teen Club, which Community Church and state maintenance if approved ;I :
local building contractor.A ; Responsibility for replacingthe the Commission. ;J l|
by County
operates at the Island Youth had served as a president of
bid of $1.65 per square piling at the pier has beena The have i'
city to start
the may
Center Avenue. congregation, as a trustee
on Magnolia
yard for paving, made by the matter of difference betweenthe I
charging for the use of its
for two terms as a deacon,
Construction Co. Sara- ,
Dunn city and Miller for sometime and a Sunday School teacher.He beaches if it has to continueto
sota, was accepted by councilfor with the city calling on l continue renting of a highway also maintain the loop, Talley
its street work for the the lessee to replace some of billboard on Route 19. the was a past presidentof told the commission. He said
Wrightsville Lions Club.
,year. Paving will be done on the piling, calling its condition l Voted to purchase a gas heater the road is actually a continuation -
He was the developer of the
streets already designated, dangerous. At earlier meet-. for the city office. of State Route 789, and is
Subdivision in
Laguna-Maria
with the work to continue as ings, council members have: Voted to transfer a beer and used annually by thousands of
Anna Maria.
long as budgeted funds last. pointed out that Miller was allowed -. wine license at Bayside Inn sight seeing motorists who
The next streets to be paved, to operate the pier with-. from Jack Merrill to Mrs. Survivors are his wife Mrs. bridge tolls to drive to the pay Island -
Pauline Archer
Councilman Hen-'' Ruth ; a stepdaughter
according to out paying rent from September Cheyne.
but who do not benefit the
Mrs. J. D. Webb of
Anna
,
ry Meunier, who has charge of 1959 until February, Voted to postpone the Nov- city in any way. Rather, they :1
Maria his
paving, are parts of Avenues 1961, and rent from the pier, ember meeting.from the first ; mother, Mrs. J. contribute to wearing out the

A and B, 13th Street South and at two per cent of gross income -. to the eighth. Mercer Archer of Sanders- .roads, and use the city's two
ville a brother James
North Bay Drive.A has amounted to less J Took no action on a request ; R. public beaches.
of from for contribution the Island Archer of Atlanta and a sister
letter resignation than .$300 since that time.. a to
The city owns 1,420 feet of
Councilman John Quincy Ad- dis-. Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Gilbert Burdick of
Council also: Voted to Macon, Ga.GriffithCline. Gulf front beach,about one and
of the Third Ward
ams was
one-half the
Island times as long as
read. Adams gave as his rea- Chapelwas
Manatee County Beach, plus
in charge of local ar-
that he had
son for resigning
the foot beach the
Funeral 2,700 long on
rangements. services
'been absent from several
both north and south of
and Bay,
burial took in
San-
meetings of the council.It was 1 dersville. place the City Pier. "I
-
defer action the
voted to on
Mayor James O. Ferguson,
resignation until the November who attended the commission
Cigaret Tax Returns
meeting when it is expected -
meeting with Talley,remindedthe
Adams will be back In WTiI Cigarette tax returns to the commission that the city

the city. : Island cities and Longboat Key has maintained a free fishing

Harold Morea, owner of a for the month of August were pier for many years, at an annual -
Gulfside*motel, asked that the as follows: Anna Maria, $529, cost to the city much

city take action to remove a Bradenton Beach, $647, greater than its income, and
high concrete block wall built ., : Holmes Beach, $569, and

within eight inches of his .:. Longboat Key, $572. (.Continued: on Page 3)
building. Morea said the wall .
was an old "spite fence,"

erected by a former owner d p ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

the adjoining property, before.

Morea purchased his prop- T..ratvr.. W.t.c Rcliifell

erty. Walter R. Talley, city,, Sam Noon 6pm .High
attorney ruled that the chad

no jurisdiction in the mat- Oct. 2--84 90 84 90 83 None

ter, and advised Morea to con Oct. 3--82 87 82 88 84 None

sult an attorney. A Oct. 4--81 88 83 88 84 None

Former Mayor P. C. Van-. SHORT TURN AROUND BUOY cost Ken Winters,nationally- Oct. 5--80' 86 82 87 '84 NoneOct.6"80

Rensselaer said the wall was I rated driver, a chance for Regional Championship honors 86 84 87 84 None

built before Bradenton Beact L early summer regatta. This type of action will thrill specta- Oct. 7--80 87 86 88 84 None

was incorporated as a city. tors at the APBA sanctioned Outboard Nationals to take place Oct. 8--78 86 84 87 84 NoneThe
Howard Miller, lessee of the in Palma Sola Bay next week.







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I'a" 2 D w ft-Hi A n-QffnV THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 11, 1962
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TELEPHONE 778-2021 ense .

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALLA'iM Br THE EDITOR = } '=.O.et Stste .-

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL Oui chief assistant happened

Moll Address: Anna Marla, Florida 4riON day, arriving just as CD drills .ti
Subscription $3.50 a y.ar; $2.00 for six months, payobl. In were taking place. She came Moir. ... ri. } rJ rn:Ta 3 +4SJ.y
advance Canada back the office so impressedby
$5.00 p.r y.ar. to ..
Advertising rat. $1.00 p.r column Inch. Discount of 10% for and enthusiastic about what i=r*ast.t { 'L '
six consecutive Insertions If paid by t.nth of following month. she had seen, that she almost I
National or ag.ncy plac.d advertising $1.25 per column Inch.. insisted we write an account of
National Week Oct 14-20
tr.-..*.wr.w..e.. the drills. Newspaper J JI
First came what is known as
.'MFJICAN KCWSMrtl tEMESERTITIVBK
the "duck and cover" drill.
This exercise is to be used in
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn an emergency where there is NEWSPAPERS MAKE

no warning--for instance, an I
Ind.p.nd.nt w..kly published every Thursday by explosion nearby or in another
I THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria Florida part of the building. Signal for A BIG DIFFERENCE

the drill, which comes as a ;
Entered as second class matt.r und.r the Act of March 3,1879.
surprise both to teachers and IN PEOPLE'S LIVES i
pupils, is given over the pub- J
I lic address system by Principal -:
Sam Schiek. And, in just a
Facts Of The MatterDuring
few seconds, everyone, tea-
chers, pupils, lunchroom em- ''I
and all--can be found
the current consideration of proposed increases in ployees
under the nearest table or Join With Us in Celebrating
postage rates, many arguments pro and con are heard and desk.
read about whether rates should be increased on second and

third class mail. the The so-called other drill"tag practiced drill," in is National ,Newspaper Week \'
One brash publisher of an area give away, in a letter on
the subject to the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES,has this to say: preparation for evacuation of
"...I would like to point out that our competition, mostly the pupils from the school in
weekly newspapers--use these same mails and pay not a cent the event of any emergency This, your own Hometown Weekly Newspaper, invites you to
for postage for those papers mailed in their county of origin.So where a warning is received.In mark National Newspaper Week with us. It is a week set asideto
if there is an injustice and it seems certain there is, it is this drill, children car-i remind Americans of a right, basic in this country: The
(1) in having publications such as ours classed with other 3rd ried on the southbound buses Right to Know. We pledge anew that our publisher and his
class mail, and (2) permitting our competition free use of are the first to come forwardand those mails." receive from the teacher, i this the best informed community in the country.

.;J What the gentleman in question has done in the paragraph large baggage tags bearing
above is to sound off without having full knowledge of the their names, home addresses, To Our Readers end Our Advertisers
facts. It is NOT TRUE that "weekly newspapers..pay not a parents' names and place or .
cent for postage for those papers mailed in their county of places of business, teacher'sname
origin." It IS true that some of those papers are mailed in place from which they A Herty "Thmk Your
the county at no cost, but it is also true that some percen- were evacuated, and any other
tage of the papers mailed within the county DO have to have pertinent information.
postage paid on them, the percentage depending on the postal Each pupil checks to be sure We extend sincere thanks to each and every reader for their
service of the county. True too, that the postage in this case he has the correct tag, then keen interest in this paper, as reflected) in our ever-growing
is nominal, but not nonexistent. To get the real facts all the fastens it to his clothing, and gentleman has to do is inquire at his local post office. We marches out in an orderly and !bringing in news and pictures to help us give complete,
don't expect him to take our word for it. disciplined way, and "boardsthe accurate, corageous coverage of this area. Our thanks go to
There also are many other facts the gentleman choosesto bus." Next,the youngsterswho our good advertisers for their confidence in investing their
overlook in citing the "Injustice" of allowing newspapers walk to and from school \advertising dollars with us. Their support continues to enableus
,second class mailing permits while shoppers have to pay march up, take their tags and to give our readers in this community a better and better
more postage.He head for "home." The last weekly
neglected to mention that a newspaper, in order to group to leave are the young-
obtain and maintain a second class mailing permit, has to sters who take the northboundbus
have and be able to prove that it has, a certain high percen- a smaller group than the .
\ tage of PAID subscribers among its readers. In other words, southbound. newspaper.The
it has to be wantedl! Principal Schiek explainedthat
\ The paper must operate under a stringent set of rules although the drills so far
set up by the Post Office Department. It is allowed to carryno have not included actually taking -
more than 65 percent of advertising--not 100 percent as the children home, the
in a shopper.In buses have made dry runs
order to be sufficiently attractive so it will have the simulating actual evacuation.He .
required paid circulation to be allowed the second class said that if the roads are
permit, a paper must be a quality product. Its appearance not blocked with traffic, the
throughout--typography, pictures, ads must be professional entire evacuation of all the
looking--and not look like something set on an old typewriterwith children can be completed in IslanderTHE
a few bent and out-of-alignment keys. an estimated 45 minutes--
Compare by anyone's standards, what a newspaper does from the time of the warning
for a community, and what a shopper does, in the way of until all the children are home.
real community service. Although the necessity for an VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Consider well the number of hours spent by the staff of actual evacuation may never
the newspaper in gathering and preparing for publication the arise, the children are well
I news of the community, and the 45 to 50 percent of the paper prepared in case it does. The Island Woman's Club Communion SundayAt

devoted to news, features, editorials, pictures in each issue. school authorities suggest thatif Allen Hitch of Bradenton, RoserThe
:' In a shopper, that 45 to 50 percent of total space is sold, not such an emergency does take president of the Audubon Soc-

given away. place, parents refrain from iety of Manatee County, was sacrament of Holy Com-
And although the profit motive must of necessity be con- going to the school to pick up the speaker at a recent meet- munion will be observed at the
I sidered In publishing a newspaper, as it must be in any bus- their children. On some unan- ing of the Island Woman's Worship Service at R 0 s e r
iness--it is not the primary reason for entering the business. nounced day in the not too far Club. Memorial Community Church
If a person--any person in his right mind--were interested distant future the complete Illustrating his talk with col- Sunday, October 14. The Com-
44., merely in making a profit, he would steer a wide circle evacuation is going to be car- ored slides, the speaker spokeof munion Offering will be sent to
:'1'' around almost any weekly newspaper operation, and probably ried out as an exercise,to ascertain the importance of conserva- Church World Service. The
I' would go into business publishing a shopper! whether everything tion of birds and all wild life, Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,pas-
'( goes along as planned. as well as the conservation of tor of the church, will returnto

, ; ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES land, water and all the rich the pulpit after an absenceof
I- Recently we read an item resources with which our two Sundays due to illness.A .
., OCTOBERHIGH..- -LOWIi which came from the Com- country is endowed. He pointedout fellowship hour will be held
\ ) .... munity Press in Maquoketa, the natural immediately after the servicein
11 Thur. lOiOO a. 1.7 10.42 p.m. 1.5 3.29 a.m. 0.4 4.11 p.m. 0.0 ways resourcesof
Ii 12 Frl. 10:58 a.... 1.7 11.03 p.m. 1.6 4.18 a.m. 0.1 4.46 p.m. 0.2. Iowa. "When the white man Florida are being depleted, honor of the several persons
13 Sat. 11:54 a.... 1.6 11.21 p.m. 1.8 5,05 am.0.2 5.18 p.m. 0.4; came to North America, the and made some suggestionsto who will be received into the
i 14 Sun. 12i51 p.m. 1.5 11.55 p.... 1.9 5,52 a.m.0..4 5:46 p.m. 0.6 Indians were running every- improve the situation. membership of the church at
I fl : 15 Mon. 1:50 p.m. 1.3 -- 6(0 a..... -0.5 6.1.4 p.m. 0.8 thing. The men spent their Mrs. Ira Mishler,vice pres- the service. Coffee and dough-
t ; 16 Tu. 12i27 a.m. 2.0 2156 p..... 1.1 7.30 a.m.0.6 6,40 p.m. 0.9 time hunting, fishing,visiting, ident of the club, presided in nuts will be served.A .
i, 17 Wed. 1:00 a.m. 2.0 4.25 p.m. 1.0 8.25 a.m.0.5 7:04 p.m. 0.9 and smoking their pipes a- the absence of the new choral group will be
18 Thur. 1:41 a.m. 1.9 --------- ----- 9.25 a.m.0.4 n...* president,
the conclusion of
at
round the council fires. The Mrs. Vernon organized
i 19 232 1.1 8.29 1.1 10.32 .... Lamp.
Fri. a.m. p.m. a. -0.3 9,12 p.m. 1.0
did all the work.There the Sunday School hour. This
j women
Plans for a Bookmobile
to
I 20 Sot. 3:43 a.m. 1.6 1.52 p.m. 1.1 11&45 am.0.2 11:08 p.m. 1.0 ,
tl 21 Sun. 5il9 a.m. 1.5 9.13 p.m. 1.2 12:56 p.... .0.1.---------- -.-- were no taxes. There was no be sponsored by the club,were group, under the direction of
J 22 Mon. 6:57 a.m. 1." 9,32 p.m. 1.2 12..7 a.m. 0.9 1.5.4 p.m. 0.0 debt. The whole nation was in discussed. The press book Mrs. Clyde Phelps with Mrs.
23 Tue. 8:20 a.m. 1." 9.45 p.lI'I. 1.3 1.51 a.... 0.7 2.39 p.m. 0.1 an erosion-saving soil bank compiled by Mrs. Ralph Kendall Wallace Warner, pianist, will
I 24 Wed. 9:24 a.m. 1.4 9.57 p.m. 1.3 2149 a.m. 0." 3.15 p.m. 0.2; that didn't cost anyone a dime. and the winning bird be comprised of children in the
25 Thur. 10:15 a.m. 1.4 10.10 p.m. 1." 3.31 a.m. 0.2 3:45 p.m.0.3 i And the white man thought he books made by the pupils of kindergarten through the third
26 Fri. 10:58 a.m. 1.4 10.27 p.... 1.5 .01 a.... 0.0 4:11 p.m. 0.4 i could improve on a system the Island School were on dis- grade. They will rehearse on
27 Sat. Ili37a.m. 1.3 10:46 p.... 1.6 4:43 a.m.0.2 4:36 p.... 0.5; like that. UGH! play. Sunday from 10:50 to 11:10.
28 Sun. 12:15 p.m. 1.3 11.06 p.... 1.7 5.17 am. -0.4 5.00 p.nt. 0.6 1 Several members and the
29 Mon. 12:55 p.m. 1.2 11&21 p.... 1.1 5.52 a.... -0.5 5122 p.... ..0.7I attend the
ri Something new on the Island, ii ments. Could be a great aid to pastor plan to annual
30 Tue. 1t37 p.m. 1.1 11.55 p.... 1.9 6.29 a.nt.o. 5.0 p.... 0.8 i
31 Wed. 2:28 p.m. 1.1 -.- -- 7.10 a.... -0.6 6.01 p.nt. 0.9 i the Blue Water Beacon. A sort i navigators in the Gulf, and in meeting of the Florida Fellowship -
of miniature light house light addition, on the opposite swing of Community Churches,
'For Corte..d Bradion Beach, add seven minutes to high tld. readings a flashing, rotating beacon on i it can be seen from the southern to be held in Vero Beach Oct.
and hour and six minutes low tld.
to readings.
one 14-16.
the Blue Water Beach Apart- end of Key Royale. \



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I Thursday October 11. 1962 THEJSLANDEll'a g.. 3 I

i ANNA MARIA SEEKS... I
t Unitarian
Fellowship Women Voters LeagueThe
(Continued from Page 1)) The sermon for the meeting
League of Women Votersof
that the pier is one of the coun- Sunday, Oct.14,of the Manatee Manatee County will hold
Unitarian Universalist Fel-
ty's
popular attractions.
two meetings on Voters Ser-
Commission lowship will be "Our and
Chairman Mike Hope
vice, Tuesday, October 16.
I
"
Klemmer promised to have the Our Exasperation, by S. B. The daytime unit will meet at
commission's road committee Gould, president of the Educa-
the home of Mrs. George L.
investigate to determine what tional Broadcasting Co. and Manson, 6000 Riverview Blvd.
can be done to assist the city. former chancellor of the University -
West Bradenton 1
at p.m.,
The north of California. It will
loop includes Gulf
and the evening unit at 7:30at
Drive north of Pine Avenue; be read by Dr. Henry James. the Florida State Employ-

Cocoanut Avenue; North Shore ment office, 401 Eighth Street
f f' Drive to Bay Boulevard, and Kiwanis Club Activities West, Bradenton. Mrs. Eve Lions Club Distributes
,
J Bay Boulevard back to Pine -
Socolof, chairman of the Vot-
Kiwanis Kids' Day will be Litter Bags
( Avenue. Several times in recent ers Service Committee, will .
observed Saturday, October
years efforts to have the discuss Voters Ser-
League Members of the Island Lions
13, with the Island Kiwanis
road changed in status so the
vice policy. Members will litter
Club are distributing
Club taking the sixth graders
SRD would maintain it have
I been unsuccessful. from the Island School to Mac- work on information to be bags to be used in cars, in the
given the voters of Manatee interest of keeping the Island
Dill A. F. Base in Tampa bya
bus furnished by the School County before the November clean. Donations received in
6 Election. the campaign will be used to
Dept. Several members of the
)oj Pete Reynard Attends local club will accompany the benefit the Lions Sight Con-

NRA Session youngsters, and will furnish High Twelve Club servation Program, a national
.
project of the Lions.In
Among the local food service each of them a box lunch from
The The Island High Twelve Club carrying out the projectthe
the County Beach pavilion.
industry operators attendingthe will meet at noon, Thursday, local club has the cooper-
Aircade of the club will furnish chaperonesfor ,.
program October 11, at the Manatee ation of several Island organi-
the and Sam
National Restaurant Associa- trip Principal
Beach Pavilion. F. M. .
County zations.REEiECT
tion at the Angelbilt Hotel in Schiek will check the young-
VanDeventer, a retired con-
Orlando recently was Pete sters onto the bus at both endsof
I sulting engineer who makes
I Reynard, owner-operator of the trip.* his home in Bradenton, will
the Holmes Beach Yacht
I Club. tell the and
true timely storyof .
Another Kiwanis event Sat- '
A. >< -
Henry Montague, presi- 116. -
Alpha Lodge
dent of the national associa- urday will be a social hour at '. f. ':: -
tion, said that the Aircade was the home of Mr.and Mrs.Rob-
designed to bring the NRA/p ert Hoffman, to be followed bya
the country's restaurant opei I dinner for the Kiwanians and
ators. \\\ their wives or guests at the
The president made a reporton Holmes Beach Yacht Club.The J"Elgin
the association's current 'occasion will be strictly social
ann uests have been promised
activities and future plans in ;:}
"
such fields as research, gov- therevill be "no speeches.

,. ernment affairs, education,
, ,expositions, and trade pro- JAMES11t\HALEY

:{ motion.. Water Softeners and Filters .
; Members attending the ?;:ft r::: : :J.:-'>:

I meetings cast ballots on key
, issues during an open forumon TOsNGRESS,
the future of free enterprisefor BONDED & INSURED
.

'''J j of this the restaurateur.grassroots pulse-tak-Purpose ,- SE -: ........*>,:.<: ing is to enable the NRA to
t
i carry out the desires of the ROY PHILLIPS

i f industry in all of its programs. THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th .YOU.:.n. CAN C UNI.;. ::. .:

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4 THE ISLANDER TTmraday, October 11, 1962 j

know as "Life."
LEGAL NOTICES Aurelia has hundreds of very '
.letX Go --..,.- 'l
short tentacles around the -. -- 1
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NOTICE OF SUIT or stinging cells, but Q:::=-

IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ........... 4 fdkt these do not readily penetrate t -
FLORIDA TO THE DEFENDANT. / human skin, so that Aurelia ,
CLYDE UORCAN. be handled quite safely. 1
Not much news of fishing may : '
You are hereby notified that a suit for The four long projections m1
divorce has been filed against you in recently, except for the deep- By Carl KeelerJELLYFISH from the center of the i
trailing !
the Circuit Court for Manatee County, sea grouper fishing on the two
Florida, said suit being Chancery Ca.eNo. bottom of the bell are MOUTH
ADMIRALS. Mrs. Jim
12825 and being styled SHIRLEY Sage LOBES which
PAULINE GUTHRIE MORGAN vs. reported some large catches This past week, an unusually long grooves
CLYDE MORGAN.You of have guide food particles up into the LIFE CYCLE OF AURELIA \
number jellyfish
last week as follows, Monday: large (from Buchsbaum Animals Without Back
are hereby required to file your the Gulfside digestive cavity of the jelly- ?
Elwood Rice and Roy Rice, been washed up on bon.s)
answer or other written defense to said
fish. Around the edge of the
Complaint with the Clerk of said Court both of Lakeland, an 18 and a beaches of the Island. They
Manatee County Court House, Bradenton, 16 1/2.pound grouper respec- were Aurelia, or Moon Jellies. bell are eight sense organs, and winter, the polyp con-
Florida the ,Plaintiff's and to serve Attorney a copy,thereof Robert upon H.* tively, and Ralph Lall, Mish- This perhaps the most com- each consisting of three parts: stricts itself so that it resem- :

Schultz of Schultz and Cleary 417 12th awauee, Ind., a 14 pounder. mon jellyfish in the world,being a pigmented, light-sensitive bles a stack of dishes. Then :
Str..t West, Bradenton, Florida on or Tuesday: Tayse Moore,Rus- found in every ocean. It is eyespot; a STATOCYST,which each "dish," called an j
b.for. the 29th day of October A.D.
1962. kin, 12 1/2 pound grouper; El- one of the largest jellyfish is a balancing organ consist- EPHYRA, pinches off and I
Herein fail not, otherwise a D.cr. wood Rice, 12 pound grouper, known. Specimens six feet in ing of a tiny ball of calcium grows into an adult Aurelia.If .
Pro Confesso will be entered againstyou and Isom Moore, Ruskin, 11 diameter have been recorded carbonate rolling around inside you examine a sample Of _
for th. relief demanded in said
Complaint. pound grouper. from the Arctic Ocean,but the of a hollow sphere lined plankton under the micro- 1,

WITNESS my hand and official seal of Wednesday: C. E. Griggs of average size of those in the with hair-like projections cal- scope, or even with a strong
said Court this 25th day of September Tampa and Bill Mathews of Gulf of Mexico is about 1 1/2 led CILIA; and two pits lined hand lens, you may see the
A.D. 1962, in Bra d.n ton, Florida. with cells sensitive to chemi-
Bradenton Beach tied for first feet. ephyra stage of the life cycle.A .
M.Clerk T. McINNlS of Circuit Court place, each having identical The body of a jellyfish con- cals in the water,corresponding jellyfish moves by alter- :

for Manatee County, FloridaBy 17 pound catches, although sists of from 94 to 96 percent to our senses of taste and nately flattening and contract-

Nolle D. Mulock Griggs landed a red snapper, water! The remaining four to smell. ing its bell, resembling a
Deputy Clerk The life of Aurelia is
and Mathews a black grouper. six percent, the "solid" partof cycle small umbrella being repeat-
SCHULTZ Robert H. Schultz AND CLEARY of Robert Candea of Long Island the jelly, consists chiefly of illustrated this page. The edly opened and closed. Very

Bradenton, Florida was next with a 14 1/2 pound salts, with probably less than four large brownish horseshoe simple muscle-fibers around \
Attorneys for plaintiff grouper. one percent of organic mater- shaped structures you see in the edge of the bell carry out
10-4, 11, 18 & 2562INVITATION
the Moon Jelly are the testesor
Thursday: Bud Schrieber of ial, mostly protein. It is remarkable this process. They are con-
Madeira Beach, a 17 3/4 pound that an animal whose ovaries. The male releases nected by nerve-fibers to the ;

TO BID grouper; Jim Roberts, Brad- body consists of over 99 of sperm into the water. They sensory organs, so that the f
CITY OF ANNA MARIA
15 and water and inorganic salts find their way into the female, animal
MANATEE COUNTY enton, pound grouper, can respond quite act-
FLORIDA Lucille Blakeman, Anna Mar- could possess that quality we where fertilization occurs. ively to various stimuli.
Invitation is extended to all qualified ia 10 Later, a microscopic PLAN- .
a pounder. The simple jellyfish:over 99
contractors to bid on the improv.m.ntof Richard Roberts of ULA larva is released from
various City Streets in the City of Friday: Ronnie Ingram, Sunday: percent water and salts, yet
, Anna Maria, Manatee County, Florida.Streets Nashville, Tenn., 18 pound Tampa, 18 pound grouper;Jim the female, and swims about containing complex sensory
. to b. paved are all to b. 20 ft. Roberts of Bradenton, 16 1/2 by means of the cilia which
Bert Golombeski of muscle fibers #
i wid. and are to conform to specifications grouper; organs, nerve
for standard streets as p.r Ordinance Palmetto, a 16 pound black pound grouper, and Rolla Kingof cover it. Eventually it settleson fibers, and simple digestive

No. 240. Further details. may be grouper, and Edna Ingram of Palmetto, a 15 pounder.The a rock or piece of algae and system, and having a surpris-
secured at th. City Of fic.
Nashville Tenn. 15 total catch on Sunday was develops into a small POLYP, life A
A total of 8,696 linear feet of paving a 1/2 ingly complex cycle.
is under consideration on Grouper St., pound black grouper. large, about 800 pounds al- which buds off more small pol- good example of the power of
Willow Avenue,Bay Boulevard, Bayview
together. like itself. During the fall
yps
Ernie Acker of Life.
Plac. and South Drive. Th.work consists Saturday:
of grading, base course, paving, Tampa, 18 1/2 pound grouper;
and grassing of th. streets. The quantities -
listed are approximate and final Dr. David Hardin, Mulberry, Bayou Marina Inc.THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINA. LOVELYVIEWOFTHEBAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL
payment will b. based on actual work 17 1/4 pound red grouper, and (Now Under New Management)

performed.SI,500, Certified or 5% Bid check Bond in must the accom-amountof Ruth Brown, Clyde, N. C., 16 At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned

pany bid.Seal.d. pound grouper. AND FISHING CENTERIN Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 person ;
bids will b. received at th.
office of the City Commission, Anna MANATEE COUNTY TELEPHONE 7782780.
Maria, Florida, until 9 30 A.M., November -
5, 1962. The work must b. completed DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON
within 60 calendar days following .- :
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Island Bowling League Bayou Marina 6 John J. Barnett A. M. Garden Club McClure Coke PartyMrs. I
Pete Reynard's Rest. 5.5
After suffering an apparent Card Party Josephine Carr of 5120
Ir4 heart attack late Saturday evening A dessert card party spon- Gulf of Mexico Drive, Long-
} TOP TEN SERIES
John J.Barnett,69,was sored by the Anna Maria Gar- boat Key, will give a Coke
Bob Guild 547 pronounced dead on arrival at den Club will be held at the ,party from 10 a.m. until 12:30

Tom Edwards 544 Veterans Memorial Hospital, Anna Maria Community Hallat .p.m. Saturday, October 13, to
, Cliff Weston 537 Bradenton. 1 p.m. Thursday, October give any interested voters on
Steve Alex 528 Barnett and his wife, from 25. Everyone Is Invited, and a the Island and Longboat Keyan
9 L r. Roger Haynes 521 been staying at a beach cot- be asked.Reservations maybe talk with Dan McClure, Dem-
Kayo Keding 516 tage in Bradenton Beach for made, and tickets secured by ocratic candidate for the Man-
Andy Rasmussen 510 four days. He calling Mrs. James P. Step- from
Last week's two top teams in Art Schumaker 508 spent Saturday atee County Commission
hens at 778-2823.
evening packing their station District 2.
the Island Bowling League, 505
I Tropical Vista and Island Clyde Harman* wagon for an early departure Proceeds from the card par- ,.
will be used for the club's
Sunday morning. ty
J Marine evening, were with matched Tropical Friday Vista Bob Guild TOP EIGHT GAMES 213 After loading the vehicle, he 'beautification program on the Mrs. Delphine ThomasMrs.

taking three points to break a Cliff Weston 202 found the rear wheels had sunk .Island. Delphine H. Thomas of
tie for first place. Leading Tom Edwards 201 into the sand. He spent some was past president of the New 111 Aqua Lane,Holmes Beach,
scorers were Bob Guild, 213- Joe Jackson 198 time trying to dig out the sand York Stereotypists Union No. died Sunday, October 7, at a
547 for the winners, and Joe Kayo Keding 191 and push the vehicle. Mrs. 1. He was a member of St.Anthony Sarasota rest home. Born in
Jackson, 198, Andy Rasmus- Clyde Harman 190 Barnett went outside the cot- Catholic Church in Wheeler, Ill., she had lived in
sen, 510, for the losers. Earl Parks 190 tage to see what her husbandwas Rocky Point, and of the Holy Holmes Beach for the past
Other team and high individual George Dykstra 190 doing and found him unconscious Name Society of the church.He year, moving to the Island
scores were: Bay Area on the ground.She was also a member of from St. Louis, Mo.
Insurance 4, Gray's Econo- FIVE LOW GAMES stopped a passing mot- Hearst Memorial Post,Amer- She is survived by her mother -
wash 0. (Lloyd Hanson, 184, George Wagner 87 orlrt who called the Sheriff's ican Legion, Rocky Point. Mrs. Charles Holm of Ind-
Earl Drew, 491; Bob Reinel, George Wagner 93 office! and summoned an am- Survivors are his wife,Mrs. ianapolis; a daughter, Mrs.
167, Leon Stafford, 423). Don Mellin 100 b u l a.nc e. Sheriff's Deputies Clara I. Barnett; three daugh- George Marshall of Holmes
Anna Maria Electric 4, City John VanOstenbridge 101 Clyde Gill and James Martin ters, Mrs. Kathleen Kurz and Beach; a sister, Mrs. James
Pier-Beachcomber 0. (Walt Hugh Holmes 101 investigated. Mrs. Mary Ross of Jackson Andrews of Indianapolis, and
Sparks, 187-526; Art Schuma Tl\E!\. arnetts had made the Heights, N. Y. and Mrs. Jean one grandchild.
ker, 184-508). NEW LOW SERIES trip to' ''Florida to check the Dimola of Old Tappan, N. J., Services were held Tuesday
Schuchard Plumbing 4, Bayou George Wagner 87 93 108-288 flood damage to their trailerat and a sister, Mrs. Catherine afternoon at Griffith-Cline Island -
Marina 0. (Clyde Harman, Marshall s Trailer Park in Grosselfinger of Ramsey, N. Chapel, with the Rev.
190-528; Frank Lyerly, 189- Oneco, where they had spent Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of
Ed Haverkos, 457). THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE the past four winters. The J.Service and interment wereto Roser Memorial Community
THE ISLANDER 4, Pete Rey- ISLANDER Anna Maria Elec. trailer was destroyed by the take place in New York. Church, officiating. Crema-
nard's Restaurant 0. (Cliff Dick Wagner Tropical VistaP. rain-caused flood of September Griffith-Cline Island Chapel ,tion was to follow.

Weston, 202-537; Wally War- Reynard's VanOstenbridgeCity 20, but some of theirpos- was in charge of local ar-
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Builders 3 Bayou Marina Gray's Econo. Mr. Barnett was a retired .
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Parr 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 11, 1962

St. Bernard GuildSt. Island Garden Club National School Lunch Week To Be Observed .

To Meet October 19 October 14 through 20 is cuits with butter; yellow cake

Bernard Guild met last The Island Garden Club reminds School Lunch Week throughoutthe with chocolate icing, and milk.
week, when plans were made all Island gardenersthat nation, and Anna Maria Wednesday: Swiss steak;
for:: guild activities for the fall : Spring is here I It's plant- Elementary School supportsthis mashed potatoes and gravy;
CHURCHES.. md winter season. ing time! Even though it's program to the fullest buttered spinach; hot home-
An invitation to a meeting in October, it's time to start extent in every way. made rolls and butter; fruit
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Sarasota of the Southwest digging and begin your annual Every child who is in schoolat gelatine, and milk.

(Non-Denominational Bradcnton Bach ) ;Coast Deanery. The meetingwill gar d e n--pansies, petunias, the lunch hour eats a type A Thursday: Chicken and nood-

R... A. W. Siram take place on October 30, snapdragons, lupine, salvia, lunch. This lunch follows cer- les; broccoli with butter; banana -
1 with all reservations to be in and many others. After a three tain specifications, which are: nut salad; hot homemade
.COMMUNION SUNDAY: J by October 25. month vacation, the Island. Two ounces of protein,some of rolls and butter; frozen lime
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. The Rev. Francis WelsmilLer Garden Club will resume its which can be meat, cheese, juice bars, and milk.

10:30 a.m. Worship Service. told the group of a recent covered dish suppers at 6:30 fish, eggs,peanut butter,dried Friday: Fish sticks with cat-
The Rev. Arthur Sims will resume 1 trip to Washington and the p.m. and its meetings at 7:30 beans or peas; 3/4 cup of vegetables sup; parsley buttered pota-
services. Sunday. October 7. :Shrine of the Immaculate Con- p.m. Friday, October 19, at or fruit, or a combina- toes; tossed salad with french
I ception, and showed slides he the Island School. tion of both; a slice of breador dressing; corn bread and but-

ST. BERNARD MISSION had taken. Guest speaker will be Don its equivalent; two tea- ter; apple cobbler, and milk.

PrUatt R... Francis F'. W.Umlll.r St. Thomas Aquinas Circle Jones of Garden World, who spoons of butter or fortified Selling price of lunches to the
members were hostesses for will explain how to prepare margarine, and a half-pint of children is $1.40 a week, and
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m. the meeting. New members planting beds, how to acidifythe whole milk. A vitamin C food to adults, 50C{ a meal. Eating

WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. Introduced were Mrs. George soil, and just what to do to must be served every day anda with other children helps a
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. McDonald and Mrs. William grow beautiful annuals.As vitamin A food at least three child learn to eat a variety of

WEDNESDAYS: Holmes. The monthly awardof a part of Island beautifi- times a week. foods.
7:30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. silver dollars was won by cation, some of our members Menus for the week are as
Mrs. Joseph White.St. and will follows Potato stuf-
will act as salesmen : Monday--
Anne Circle will sponsoran .offer for sale,annuals in many fed weiners; buttered peas and A. M. Garden Club
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL afternoon card party at the varieties and colors, immed- carrots; cole slaw with green The Anna Maria Garden Club
R... Lee Ratliff, Pastor Annie Silver Hall on October iately following the program. pepper; hot homemade rolls will meet at the CommunityHall

26, with prizes to be awarded. Any Island resident, whetheror with butter; lemon flavored at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
THURSDAY: Everyone is invited, and tick- not a member of the club, applesauce, and 1/2 pint milk. October 17, when plans will be
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. ets may be purchased from is invited to bring table ser- Tuesday: Barbecued pork made for the public card party

SUNDAY: guild members or at the door. vice, a covered dish, and attend chops over rice; brussels to be sponsored by the club on
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. The annual bake sale will be
the supper. If you cannot sprouts; waldorf salad; bis- October 25.Fillford.
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. held at the Island Shopping come for supper, do attend the
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2:30 Intermediate G.A. Center November No government demands so much
p.m. on Saturday, meeting, which starts promptly -
from the citizen and
as democracy
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. 10. at 7:30, and the plant sale none gives so much back. PalmCOCONUT
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. following., LORD BRYCE
MONDAY: Kenneth Hinckley The garden clubs need your
9:00 a.m. W.M.U. Leadership help to make Anna Maria the FALL PAINT SALE
Kenneth Hinckley, 81, of the
Study. beautiful Island on the
most
Pines Trailer Park, Bradenton PITTSBURGH NOWALLHIDE5 '
6:30 p.m. R.A. West Coast of Florida. i' &
Beach, died at his resi-
TUESDAY: dence Wednesday, October 3. $498uiift'eo
9:00 a.m. W.M.U. Leadership Born in Pittsfield, Mich., he Ypsilanti, Mich., and Mrs. Elizabeth ROYAL
Study. moved to the Island five Pettibone of Detroit. '
7:30 Church Choir. years Funeral services heldat WALL PAINT ,., tlfli,., in,,. Delivered
were
p.m. ago from Kirkwood, N. Y. He
He;rtv M.ied Colors and Wh reM
WEDNESDAY: was a retired electrician. Griffith-Cline Island Chapel -
Su f- e
9:00 a.m. W.M.U. Leadership Survivors are two brothers, Friday afternoon, with the & Planted
Study. Carroll Hinckley of Bradenton Rev. Arthur W. Simms of Har-

7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. Beach, and Ralph Hinckley of vey Memorial Community HOLMESSUPPLIES Ralph Fulford5th
Cleveland, Ohio, and two sis- Church officiating. Burial at

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH ters, Mrs. Mable Hitchcock of Manasota Memorial Park. ST. & BAY


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SUNDAY: Communion Sunday. n.wlyd.corated"hand.wash.rs;" but so many peopl.appreciated .
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It may not be possible to remove the tolls < j
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from the Island bridges until the bond issue _
has been paid off. If I am elected Representative _
nothing will stop me from trying to \ .UN1R'ED'JiADEIlSHI. J

find some honest, legal way to get rid of the .
tolls without violating our original agreementwith KK sA& aa&J: tis&S r:ii c%d 1MiY w1YV3:S J'Y A ;' l 4 /%

the bondholders.More ,
c
than Si-million was overspent on the Let's keep growing
three bridges. Islanders should not pay dir-
ectly for this with tolls. It is as much a State
obligation as the monies spent for the Braden with
River and the De Soto bridges. ,

M. I am an Islander asking for Island votes.

WALLACE"WALLY"WARNER REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE PROVEN PERFORMANCE!


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Thursday October 11, 1962 THE ISLANDER "'. f:7I



I,: ISLAND REAL ESTATE. I I



r FOR SALE HOLMES BEACH WATERFRONTTwo

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n ,rd+ r Bedroom, One and one-half Bath Home
. DICK
with Large Florida Room; Terrazzo Floors;

Central Heat; Large Garage and Utility Room;
WAGNER
Water Softener. 180 feet on Canal, with Good
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Capped Seawall. Perfect lawn and shrubbery.All .

for ONLY $22,000. Possession in 30 days.


JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
l Estate Sales Gr Rentals

778-2663 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 771-2554 ,HOLMES BEACH

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PROPERTYAPPRAISERS Very Special BargainUNIQUE
NEW WATERFRONT HOME on Key Royale Drive, built for
: Dr. and Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom by Wm. B. Lee. (Islander CONTEMPORARY MEDALLION ELECTRIC
Photo) HOME: 2 Bedrooms 1 1/2 Baths, Air Conditioning&
\, Heat by HEAT PUMP. LARGE Living Room, Sliding
Glass Doors to Florida Room.PULLMAN KITCHEN,
2 BEDROOM CB HOME;LOTS ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC,' BUILDER OF HOMES Carport, large Utility Room. Garden Storage Room.
Uctmed Electrical Contractors iSnapper 1 Houses suitable! for Island climate Vacu-Flo Cleaning System. Beautifully Landscaped
OF CLOSETS; LARGE TILED and Pint Strttts '"I I and conditions.Additions. Remodeling:esti-Repairs Corner Lot. Home only two years old, designed and
: Trustworthy
Electric Wiring fixtures mates given.NORMAN built for present owner. Boat anchorage 300 yards
BATH; LIVING ROOM; KIT- Private Beach certificate. AT LOW, LOW
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria away.
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 PRICE OF ONLY $22,5751
CHEN AND DINING ROOM.

UTILITY ROOM AND PORCH; IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
ISLAND REALTYGEORGE Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 7781159
CARPORT. THIS NICELY
E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
FURNISHED HOME IS CLOSE WATERFRONTHOMES
BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444 ,

TO THE BEACH AND HAS & HOMESITES
CANAL BARGAINTWO
AN EXTRA LOT! ALL FOR

ONLY $11,500--$1,500 DOWN BEDROOM HOME: AIR CON D,I T I ION I IN G. On Key RoyaleA

CENTRAL HEATING-PARTLY FURNISHED-ON

t AND $85 PER MONTH. SEAWALLED LOT-ONLY BLOCK FROM BEACH. DELIGHTFUL COMMUNITYSeawallPaving

TERMS
: $18,500
$2,000 DOWN BUYS THIS2BRCB *
HOME AT $11,500.TILED TWO 75 FT. LOTS at LAKE LaVISTA2500TERMS. Storm Sewers-City Water
BATH, CENTRAL HEATING, ,
LARGE LIVING ROOM AND JACK MARSHALL Realtor 7782614EXCEPTIONAL
DINING AREA, BUILT IN Gertrude Blassingame Realtor -
' STAINLESS STEEL ELEC- ,
TRIC KITCHEN. SCREENED Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
PORCH, CARPORT, UTILITY SISLER J. DUDLEY, BrokerSalesman118.2155
I ROOM. TERRAZZO FLOORS Anna Maria, Florida BUYTHREE
& INSULATION. EXTERIOR
J WHITE SPRAYCRETE. 50 x
, 100 LOT. OR WILL RENT AT Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts! BEDROOM CB HOME
1 $95 PER MONTH UNFURN-
ISHED. WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON LARGE CORNER LOT
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f EVERY SURFACE! TWO CERAMIC TILE BATHS

$12,500 BUYS THIS CANAL
BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN BUILT-IN ELECTRIC KITCHEN

'' FRONT HOME:2 BEDROOMS, Enclosed Screened Patio &
Family Dining Room
HARRY M. RIFE
l' TILE BATH LARGE LIVING
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna CENTRAL HEAT

ROOM & DINING AREA AND Maria Phone 778-1341 LARGE STORAGE AREA
:

't COMPLETELY EQUIPPED PRICED AT $15,500 ,

KITCHEN, CARPORT. ALSO SWIMMING POOLS---PATIOS
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'1 j SCREENED PORCH. 75 x 100 GENERAL MASONRY $1,000 DOWN- -

t LANDSCAPED, SEAWALLED *
Installations
Complete
i LOT WITH BOAT DOCK. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYSIN

I LOVELY VIEW OF SARASOTAi
WILLIAM R. KERMODE

i i TERMS $3,000 DOWN. ANNA MARIA 778-2557 CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3OOO

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\. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CANAL SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
'FRONT HOME. SEAWALLED NEAR THE BEACH COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
& LANDSCAPED LOT. THIS
I HOME HAS CENTRAL HEAT;
I LARGE LIVING ROOM&DINING Home With Income
,
, AREA, .BEAUTIFUL
, BUILT IN ALL ELECTRIC
KITCHEN, CARPORT AND A ATTRACTIVE TWO BEDROOM HOME WITH BATH
Walter Hardin
SPACIOUS UTILITY ROOM. AND A HALF. CLOSE TO BEACH. INCOME PRODUCING S.
ALL FOR ONLY $18,350-- TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT OVER
\. $2,500 DOWN, AND ASSUME Realty Company
" MORTGAGE. GARAGE. GOOD SIZED LOT IN NICE LOCATION.

Realtors .
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$26,000HOLMES
i 3 DUPLEX APARTMENTSIN
HOLMES BEACH: CLOSETO
BEACH, GOOD INVEST- REALTY
MENT FOR RIGHT BUYER. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
ALL UNITS ARE FURNISHEDAND 5305 GULF DRIVE 778-2876
THREE ARE RENTEDON 778-1010 BOB CABLE,Manager 778-1756
A YEARLY BASIS. PRICE
, $28,500. $20,000 CAN BE FI- Holmes Beach FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307
NANCED.

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ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

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-'Tit pleasant; sure, to a6+e on*'* name in print.9' LoKD Box Holmes Btach, Anna Maria Island, Florida


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HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. David -

Earl Sparks of Winter Haven...Mr. Haynes and F. L. Radcliffe and WATCH FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN

and Mrs. Bernard L. Tharp and daughter of Louisville, Ky...Mrs.

daughter of Bartow.MERRIMAC Mildred Kennedy and Mrs. Edna

ON THE GULF: Mr. Fingar of Branchport, N. Y. for the ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

and Mrs. C. W. Timms of Russells winter.

Point Ohio. EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Luncheonette

George Mohr of West Milton, Ohio YOUR MONEY

LEGAL NOTICES ...Mr and Mrs. George KopaczJr. BUYS MORE Fountain Service

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of Chicago..Mr. and Mrs. :' COMPLETE

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Bruce Ulmer of Cincinnati.
Tb. undersigned do hrby certify that NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Margarethe Zahniser JHaU Toiletries Stationery
.
the r ot conducting a boatyard businessunder
the fictitious name of ANCHOR Arthur Bonner of Andover, Mass. Engaged Magazines and cooks
BOAT BASIN at 311 Church Street Bra ..Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Anderson of LINE 4)
Brown
and Mrs.
denton B acb. Florida and that said Mr. George
lira is composed of the following persons Orlando..Delores Marler and partyof Zahniser of New Castle, Pa.

whoso are as names follow and! places of residence Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. James and Anna Maria, have announ- Beach Wear

Frank Coppotelli Caldwell of St. Louis, Mo.S. ced the engagement of Mr.Zahniser' IN A REAL

Jeanette Coppotelli S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. s daughter,Margar-
North Bay Drive DRUG STORE General Sundries
Brad.nton Beach. Florida and Mrs. Russell Warson and partyof ethe Zahniser to Sterling Hib-

Ownership as follows of ANCHOR Frank Coppotelli BOAT BASINis 50%, Moberly, Mo...Albert Sapola berd Thomas II of Wilmington,

Jeanette Coppots li. 50%. and party of Elgin, Dl.PROTHEROAPARTMENTS. Del. and Hartford Conn. A
8:30 1:00
Open to
Sundays a.m.
It is our intention to apply to the Clerk : Mr. February wedding is planned. p.m.
of the Circuit Court in and for UanateeCounty
Florida to register th. said and Mrs. E. L. Rudisill Charlotte, Miss Zahniser is the daughter Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075( J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist

name of ANCHOR BOAT BASIN under N. C...Mr. and Mrs. Herman Storer of the late Emily Louise
,the provisions of Chapt.r 865.09 Lawsof
Florida Acts of 1959. of Sackets Harbor N. Y. who Dickey Zahniser and is the
Witness our hands this 2nd day of October granddaughter of the late
their home
are moving into new on BROWSE..AROUNDOUR
,1962. Judge Thomas Wilson Dickeyof
Frank Coppotelli Marina Drive...R. W. Buckinghamand
CoppotelliOwners the Lawrence County (Pa.)
Jeanette
R. L. Cromwell of Tampa.
Court. Mr. Thomas is the son Clearance SALE
10-4, 1 f. 18 & 25, '62 LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and
of Mrs. William E. Palmer of
Mrs. lames Mitchell and
familyof
Stonington Conn. and Laur-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Summertown, Tenn...Mr. and
i
ence N. Thomas of Cohasset >
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Mrs. A. C. Cook of Detroit...Mr. Mass. i
The undersigned do hereby certify that >
they are conducting a restaurant business and Mrs. Mario Suarez of Sarasota The prospective bride was C1

under th. fictitious name of COQUINA ...Mr. and Mrs. F. Freeland graduated from the Winchester .
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna \)
Maria Florida, and that said firm is composed Birmingham, Ala. Thurston School Pittsburgh -
of the following persons whosenames e e o
Pa. and from Connecticut
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and places of residence are as Mr. and Mrs. Russell Homer of
follows} College at New London.
Jennie B. W.bb Palm Drive returned to the Island
She
is a member of the admissions -
Ruth W. W.bb recently after spending the summerat o\I /
780 North Shore Drive staff at the college. 1
Anna Maria, Florida Lake Orion, Mich. Mr. Thomas attended Salis-
Ownership of COQUINA RESTAURANTis e e NEW DARK COTTONS ---
as follows Jennie B. Webb 50%, Mr. and Mrs. E Ide 0 n Dobbe of bury School Salisbury Conn.,
Ruth W. Webb-50%. and is a graduate of Babson 7"I'
It is our intention to apply to th. Clerk Weston, Mo. have been guests of Institute I '
Wellesley
of the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee Mr. Dobbe's Mr. and Mrs. Hills.
parents
County Florida, to register the said Mass. He is now employed by
name of COQUINA RESTAURANT und.rth. Frank E. Dobbe of Haverkos Court. the Pratt and
Whitney Co. Inc.
provisions of Chapt.r 865.09 Lawsof e e ,
Florida Acts of 1959. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Sitts of West Hartford Conn.
Witness our hands this 1st day of Oct-
ob.r, 1962. Bradenton Beach returned to the Is- ,ther
M. H. Ziegler, drove back
Johnie B. W.bb land after the
recently spending
i with them and
Ruth W. Webb spent a vacation as
Owners summer in Chicago. Mrs. Sitts'bro- their guest. Layaway Phone

10-4. 11. 18 & 2S62NOTICE ._ I Plan
:R B 6AR fol.rnen R women 778-1161

All Creditors TO Legatees CREDITORSTo Distributees Sale of VALUES 88cTO

and All Persons having Claims or Demands
against th. Estate of SHIRLEY $3.98
U. LINTON deceased New Fall STRAW BAGS
You and each of row" are hereby notified Odd
and r.quir.d to file any claims and 5 WOMEN'S BLOUSES
demands, which )you or either of you, WOMEN'S SHORTS &
may have against the estate of SHIRLEY Accented WITH
U. LINTON deceased lat. of Uanatee & WOMEN'S SUNTOPSMEN'S
County Florida, with th. Honorabl. BATHING TRUNKS .
Robert A. Rickey, County Judge of Uan
MAHOGANY LEATHER & GOLDFREE
at. County Florida, at his office in BATHING TRUNKS
the Court House of said County, within EndsBOYS' $1 88 '
six (6) cal.ndar months from th. time of GIRLS' Bathing Suits GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING
the first publication of this notice.
C. U. UNTON, as RENTAL LIBRARY
Administrator of the Estate of 778-1021 Q l'
ISLAND VARIETY STORE
SHIRLEY U. LINTON Deceased I .t Sand Dollar Gift SI ,
SCHULTZ AND CLEARY I
Attorneys for Administrator Shirley and John DijrfscAaverTHANK '
417 12th Street West
Brad.nton, Florida
10-11, IB, 25, 11-1, '62

YOUFOR
NOTICEAfter I
this dot.we are not responsible
for any bills oth.r than those contracted
by ourselves. YOUR PARTICIPATIONIN

FRANK COPPOTELLI
JEANETTE COPPOTELLI Ot OUR
311 Church Str..t
Bradenton Beach, Florida \
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October 11. 1962 PHILCQ




.( UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE PAYMENT REQUIRED] OPEN HOUSE

EIGHT LINES-Sl.OO;}UiHtMUMJOj --
WINNERS I

YEAR AROUND. PROPERTY MAINTENANCE '
: Mowing edging trimming.Fleers .. !
cleaned and polished. Window TO BE ANNOUNCED NEXT WEEK

washed service.and Reasonable oiled. Prompt rates and-references efficien 1. Due to lack of registrations on oldest TV or Radio, prizes will

K.nF.llows.Phon. 778-2894 after 4:30 be included with Door Prizes.
FOR SALES Westingbouse Refrigerator,.
7 cubic feet, good running condition,
$35. 208H Pin. Ave.. Anna Uaria. ISLAND TV 778-1703

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service I
Bradenton Beach Fir. Dept. Fran)
Rd '7'71.1A'UWANTEDI _
Lawn work.V.ry reasonabli ARRIVING DAILY
rates for very good work. Call Bob Williams .
at 778-2639. Your Bra don t oH.rald n

FOR earn.r.HOUES: LOTS & INVESTUEN1 NEW & DIFFERENT GIFT Items

PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND CallG: ...._...... ..............
or Writ. Col. F.A.Brud. ) Chilean.
_ REALTY Realtors, Uanatee Avenu
West at Slst Street, Fairway Center,. FLORIDA SOUVENIERS
.Bradenton.Florida.Telephone 745-1 121ALTERATIONS ....... .....................
on all kinds of cloth
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes urs. Fran BINOCULARS
Beard. Phan. 778-1431._
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HELP WANTED lion or woman foi To Watch The RACES
Anna Maria City Clerk. Local resident.t
preferred.Work includes typing keeping -
official records filing,-1 ookke.plag.and f
shorthand if possible. Reply own Dobbe's Island Hardware

handwriting Wada,*Florida.* to City Mark Commission.envelop **Applieatieju Anna- Bay Area InsuranceF. & Marine SupplyIf

it's General Hardware Houscwores Garden Supplies
or or we bore it-
"ISLANDER PHOTOS(As an added serVice
to our readers S by 7 enlargement DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you "'-2111 i
of any picture appearing: in THE ISLAM -
DER .n'av.ilsbl..t $1.25 each. Write t: AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
THE BLANDER. Anna Marla, or Phon 778-U97 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY

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