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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 18, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Island Awaits Arrival Of Boat Racers


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Welcome Signs And Bunting In Place As Racing
j.
.Contestants Begin To Arrive Here For Weekend

,; the American Power Boat Association -
... : | At press time Tuesday even-
the Island was prepared largest boating organization -
ling waiting to meet and greet in North America.
\ .... ;.. > hundreds of expected Incoming APBA President
| guests. The guests were the Charles Strang of Oshkosh,
... | contestants, officials and Wis. will serve as an official
\. wwi 2. spectators who began to arrive for the regatta, as will the retiring -
.'..\ Monday for the National Out- president, E. M."Red"
: board Racing Championships Peatross of Richmond Va;
.b .,.,.... Vice President Manuel Carka-
-'" -'--y'.....: -w. which will be run in Palma
jj Sola Bay Friday, Saturday and kis, Bakersfield Cal.; Harry
i-: Sunday. Smith of Detroit, executive
... Stores restaurants and mot- secretary; Regional Chairman '
els displayed "Welcome Ross Bennett of Ft. Lauder-
APBA" signs directed at the dale, and others.
members of the American Po- Sponsored by the Manatee i
wer Boat Association, plus a County Chamber of Commerceand
w'j,_ generous showing of bunting.One the St. Petersburg Out-
of the early arrivals was board Club, an APBA affiliate,
{.. one of the outboard racing cir the event is to be run in Palma
", cuit stars, Mayor Manuel Car- Sola Bay, Friday, Saturday and
a nakis of Bakersfield Cal., who Sunday October 19, 20 and 21.

... .,'" ...;.-. :;J (/ >:. drove from the coast with two (Continued on Page 3)) I
racing shells onva, trailer and
another on the root of his station -
.- '+ Frances Maxon NewA.
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,< ._ .. wagon.
r" M. City ClerkAt
: .. ft.:;. The Union of International
f... i' '. a special meeting Tuesday
a '. ;. ..... Motorboating sponsor of the afternoon the Anna Maria City
... -' John Ward Trophy race, with
.- ; io, Commission appointed Mrs.
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-- ,., -, .. affiliated organizations in 38 Frances Maxon of North Shore
Y. '. ta. 'I:: nations, including the United Drive acting City Clerk. Mrs.

AERIAL VIEW of Palma Sola Bay, on the north side of the Anna Maria Bridge causeway States will send a representative Maxon will replace Mrs. Glad-
where the 1962 National Outboard Racing Championships will be run Friday Saturday and to Manatee County to par ys Dumaine, who resigned as
in the of the
I" Sunday. Pit areas have been established on the south side of the causeway with the north ticipate running City Clerk last week.
side reserved for officials, press and spectators. special John Ward race Sunday Mrs. Maxon, who will begin
afternoon, October 21. her duties at the city office on
Vivyan Hall vice presidentof Monday, October 22, served as
Gloria Dei Church the international organization City Clerk for two and one-
headquarters of whichare half years resigning in December -
Special Services in Brussels Belgium,.has 1959 to become a real
Starting Sunday, October 21, written the Manatee County estate salesman.She .
the Rev. Dr. Robert Paul Roth, Chamber of Commerce of his is a native of Tennesseeand
Professor of Systematic The- intention to be on hand for what graduated from the Univ-
ology at Northwestern Lutheran ","" .....;-- . he terms the "biggest annual ersity of Chattanooga and lat-
Theological Seminary of :. event of 1962 for the Union of
.
Minneapolis, will give special I International Motorboating."

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--....-. established by the UIM in 1925
and is its "most cherished .
f# itI'f' award," according to Hall. F :'
rYKUy..q.. n 1'N,. Joining Hall for the National s,; .
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5F Outboard Racing Champion-
a :'j ships will be top officials of .. .:

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.J the Island Chamber of Com-
1 merce will be held at the Island -
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'. kiq at8pm. Fronccs Maxon
:.: {< ,, .'. ac. Thursday Oct. 18. All persons
PHh.\m\ ... ,
: : l1\ \ in business on the Island are er took*graduate courses therein
,-.. ., .: iI s} urged to attend this meeting accounting and business
because a matter of vital Interest management. During World
to business people will War II she held an important
Rev. Dr. Robert P. Roth be presented.Also executive position with the
3, on the agenda will be a British Ministry of Transportation -
preaching-teaching servicesat report of the nominating committee in New York City and
Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth- -f report on the activi- later was a statistician with
eran Church for five days. c ties of the Manatee County the metal products division of
(Continued on Page 3) .:. :r,;.. ,-, ....-- y: i Chamber of Commerce, and a the Koppers Chemical Co. in
-A { report on the operation of the Baltimore.She .
chamber's new information has been an Island resi-

High Twelve Club center. dent for nearly eight years.

The regular weekly luncheon -"", -
V of the Island High Twelve Club ,.'"..
will be held at the Manatee ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
County Beach Pavilion at noon ,:.
Thursday, October 18. Speaker Temperature* Wattr Rslnfell
at the luncheon will be W.H. Sam Noon 6pm High
"Snooks" Adams, well known APBA HEADQUARTERS Blue Water Beach Apartments
Island resident, who will be decorated and waiting for arrival of contestants In the Oct. 9--82 d4 ti2 86 $3 None
accompanied by another mem- National Outboard Racing Championships for 1962. (Top) Oct. 10-- 0 9 84 91 $3 None
ber of the Manatee County Early arrivals at the Blue Water were Manuel Carnakis t Oct. 11--76 &i b'2 $9 $3 None
Sheriff's Department. They Mayor of Bakersfield Cal., and hs E ats. When picture was Oct.128? 84 r8 .3 None
will describe various police taken Carnakis was grabbing a few hours of much needed Oct. 13--76 S6 b'2 8.; ;1 None
activities in the County, and sleep after driving from the West Coast so'Manager Bill Oct. 14--7d 87 S2 r3 $3 None
relate some interesting ex- Dahlgren of the Blue Water was drafted for picture. (Islander Oct. 15--76 $3 S3 G8 $3 None
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"sltt.2 77/: ISLANDER Thursday October 18, 1962
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i The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA an PROCLAMATION OF UNITED STATES DAY

TELEPHONE 778.2021 ease WHEREAS, the United States of America has the finest
ORic4 form of government ever devised; and

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL I By THE EDITOR WHEREAS, the United States is the hope of the freedom-

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL o| oN. Every once in a while,duringa loving peoples of the world; and
.) WHEREAS, the most precious interests of the people of
Mail Addresss Anna Marla, Florida nON 'conversation, the questionis the United States are still held in jeopardy by the hostile
asked "How did happen
you" designs and insidious acts of a foreign nation, as well as by
Subscription $3.50 'a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in to come to the Island? Usually the dissemination among our people of those principles,
advance-Canada, $5.00 per yoar. we say we drove, and let it subversive of the foundations of all religions, moral and
Advert I sing rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for go at that, but recently we began social obligations; and
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. to review the question as it
WHEREAS, in such a state of things it is in an especial
National placed advertising $1.25 column inch. ourselves.
or
agency per applies to
with devout
manner our duty as a people, reverence and
.......................-......... Soon after VJ Day--the orig- affectionate gratitude, to acknowledge our many and great
inal in 1945--we to
one began
$: AMERICAN NEWSMKIKMESHUmB* that obligations to Almighty God;
think about some place THEREFORE, I, Mayor of the City of Anna Maria,
promised warmer winter wea-
Florida, do recommend to all persons whomsoever to set
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY ther than where we were. We
the 23rd of October
apart and observe Tuesday, day next, as
had spent the final two and a- United States Day, and on that day to meet together in public
An Independent weekly published Thursday by
every half years of the War doing our
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anno Maria, Florida bit for our favorite Uncle,and thanksgiving and prayer to God, in rededication to our beloved
nation, the United States of America.
assigned to a Naval Air Station Dated this Eighth Day of October, A. D. 1962.
Entered a* second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. near the coast in Maine.It .
James O.
Ferguson, Mayor
was a lovely area in some
respects--but a locality with a

Growth Of A MayorOne delightful mer season--and but too-brief a too sum-too DEAR MRS. VISITOR:

long winter--with temperatures Welcome back to Manatee County. We read with great ,
often reaching 30 degrees interest your recent letter to the Bradenton Herald--you
of the most pleasant surprises possible to a citizen below--and snow up to know--the one in which you complained so bitterly about the
and voter is to discover that an elected official turns out to here! sandspurs in the Anna Maria Bay Park.
have--and uses--unsuspected qualifications which make him So, we had long promised There are some facts about this"picnic area" which you
N an outstanding public servant in the office to which he has ourselves at least a winter in should learn, Mrs. Visitor.In .

been elected. Florida, and after two sub- the first place, the Park is owned by the City of Anna .,
Departing somewhat from our regular policy, we feel a Arctic winters in Maine, we Maria. No State, nor even County tax money is available to
special tribute is due at this time to one of the most compe- were ready! maintain the Park. All maintenance funds for the Park come I
tent public officials the Island--and especially the City of Lots of preparationsselling from city ad valorem taxes paid by the residents of the city,
Anna Maria--has had in many a year, and will use a few sup- a summer home on a Maine the only city on Anna Maria Island to levy such a tax.

erlatives to make our feelings known. island--disposing of furniture, Secondly, although the Park is owned by the city, very few,
The man to whom we refer is Mayor James O. Fergusonof packing, shipping. To decideon if any, residents of the city ever use it for picnics. It is used
Anna Maria City. Before he ran for mayor last winter, we a Florida base of operationswe principally by off-Island visitors If, as you say
knew Jim Ferguson through one two-year term of office as an wrote to perhaps a dozen in your letter, the "grounds were litter paper," the
_Anna Maria City Commissioner. "we knew him to be dedi- chambers of commerce in cit- littering has been done by visitors, who did. not appreciatethe

cated, honest and hard-working, and with the best interestsof ies recommended by some privilege of. using the Park as a picnic ground enough to .
the city at heart. older friends who knew the take the time or trouble to put the refuse from their picnics ,
Although we supported him for mayor--in a sort of neutral state well. into one of the eight trash cans in the Park, which also are !
way, and voted for him, he would not have been our first-- One of the replies which provided by the taxpayers of the city and are emptied three
nor perhaps even our second or third--choice as a candidatefor must have impressed us came times each week for the convenience of visitors--also at the
from the Bradenton Chamberof
mayor. expense of the local taxpayers.
Now, after observing Jim Ferguson and his work closely Commerce, and soon there About the insects, Mrs. Visitor--the City of Anna Mariais
during his first eight months in office, he would be our very after we received polite and one of only two municipalities in Manatee County which
first, unequivocal choice for the office over any other voter friendly letters from some of owns and operates its own mosquito-fogging machine,
in the city! its members who were in the purchased and operated at the expense of those same afore-
As an interested resident and voter of the city, as a next- real estate business. mentioned_ taxpayers. And, for the past two months the city
door 'office neighbor to the city office, and as reporter and Arriving here around the has been fogged twice each week because of the threat of
editor of THE' ISLANDER, we have a better opportunity to middle of October, we made mosquito-carried sickness. Hence, according to Larry
assess fairly the results accomplished by the City Commis- our way to a real estate officeon Rhodes, director of the Manatee County Anti-Mosquito Con-
sion and the Mayor than almost anyone else in the city. Twelfth Street West and trol District, Anna Maria City and the Island has been more
Unspectacular and inarticulate as he is, Jim Ferguson s met Col. Sidney Brown. He nearly free of mosquitoes and other insects than any area in
virtues as public official are not immediately apparent. And tried his best to answer our the County.In .
whether or not the position itself, which he is handling so questions, and when we expressed your letter you say: "This is such a perfect location
ably, is responsible for bringing to the surface some of his an interest in living at for picnics we can't understand why or who has allowed it to a I
latent ability as a city executive,we are not prepared to say. the beach, he brought us to the deteriorate into such an unkempt, unsightly, uncomfortable, !
But there is no doubt that as mayor he is doing an admir- Island and turned us over to un-Florida place."
able job. The interests of the city and its residents are his one of the Island's pioneer We are one of the guilty ones, Mrs. Visitor, along with .
chief Interests during all his waking hours. And in addition real estate brokers, the late the other taxpayers of the City of Anna Maria, mainly becausewe
he has shown a surprising(to us)astuteness about the decis- Chris Kachudas. object to spending more than we do on maintenance of the
ions he has been called upon to make.A Looking back on our arrivalin Park for the almost exclusive use of visitors, who do nothing
natural thriftiness about the city's funds make the the County--we well remember toward helping to maintain the Park, not even so much as
Mayor a tough bargainer with the taxpayers' dollars,but nev- being very favorably picking up their own trash.
er to the extent of being penny wise but pound foolish. impressed with the view of the This Park has more than 2,700 feet of valuable Bay
And, perhaps most important of all his qualifications he city and its waterfront as we frontage, appraised at $300,000. What steps do you think the
seems to realize that in some areas of city business he is not crossed the Green Bridge, and City of Anna Maria should take to produce more income to
qualified by knowledge or experience to help make a decision with its pleasant tree-lined use in the Park? Would you be willing to pay a fee for the
without professional advice--so he seeks the necessary streets. privilege of using the Park for picnics, so you would then
advice.He. Our memory tricked us a lit- have a better right to criticise its condition?
also seems to have the ability to absorb quickly what- tle, because we thought we recalled Charging a fee would accomplish its purpose in one of two
ever knowledge he needs. When he first became Mayor, he meeting Col. Brown at ways. Either it would produce an income for maintenance of
seemed to have no more than a nodding acquaintance with the Walter Hardin office. Not the Park, or it would keep these litterbugs away altogether,
Mr. Roberts, the one who wrote the best seller for meeting long ago, however, we learned thus solving much of the problem of keeping the area clean.
chairmen. But in only a few months he begins to emerge as from the Colonel's sonalsoCol. ---
something of a parlimentarian, and now runs a smooth effi- Sidney Brown, of Starfish provement which makes the
cient Road, Holmes Beach, that the Bradenton
meeting. trip to or return
During all this, he also has proved to be an original office where we met his father much more pleasant.
thinker. He has produced dozens of brain-children which must have been that of Wyman, *
tend to improve the city's operations and procedures.In Green and Blalock, with which Rumor has it that newlywedsPat
fact, so impressed are we with the solid worth of James his father was associated a and Louise Flanagan recently
O. Ferguson,as Anna Maria's Mayor that we will support him number of years. won a twist contest at a
for the office as long as he cares to run. That brings the story up to Lions function at Holiday Inn.
date or nearly so. After tOne
spending that winter here, anda way to prepare for a
few briefer visits in later nomination to the U. S. Senatego

A Time To BeautifyNow years, we landed here for the -- to Harvard and cheat on
duration nearly four years the examinations!
*
ago.
is 'a good time for all Islanders to get started on the tOne A provision in the Anna Maria -
beautification of their home grounds and other properties, of the unintentional goofs City Charter calls for the
in cooperation with the program of the two garden clubs on which occur occasionally in elected officials of the city to
the Island. The "EVERY PROPERTY OWNER AND RESI- newspaper stories, surely occurred "actually reside in the City...
DENT PARTICIPATION PROGRAM" covers all commer- Saturday in an area for at least nine months of
cial and private properties, is a cooperative project of morning paper. At the end of a each year during the time they
the clubs. grisly story about a headless hold office." But there is one

Suggestions made by the clubs for immediate improve- body having been found in the commissioner who took officein
ment of the looks of any property are as follows: Removal of water in the St. Petersburgarea March, and has attended
Utter and debris; removal of dead trees and over-abundant was the statement that only four of eight.regular
growth; removal of obsolete and unsightly equipment; removal the "cause of death could not meetings of the city commis-
"
of sources harboring mosquito breeding, bugs, varmints, be determined.. sion since that time. What con- .
e e .
stitutes "actual residence" in
etc.; repairing and painting of fences, buildings. The congratulations and gra- ,
Long range improvements suggested are the planting of the city? .
titude of all Island residentsare *
shrubs and trees, and installation of fenced service yards due to the members of the The rapidity with which our SELF-EXPLANATORY signs
I around clothes drying areas and trash receptacles. Manatee River Garden Club winter visitors arrive on the near the Island School are for
I Results, besides the obvious one of improved appear- for the nice plantings the club Island seems to be keyed dir- protection of school children. !
ance, are enhanced value of property and a more attract- has done on the Anna Maria ectly to ,the temperature reports LET'S OBEY THESE SIGNS !
ive,general aspect for the tourist visitor. Bridge causeway. A great im- of the northern states. (Islander Photo.co )



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Thursday, October 18, 1962 T//K ISLANDRR


f GLORIA DEI SERVICES. .. ISLAND AWAITS RACERS... greater event next year may
well result from our experience -
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1)) "
Theme of the at this time.
special ser- Participants, however, are
vices will be "The Grace of arriving now to adjust craft The racing site has been
Our' God and informal termed "ideal" by both offi-
Almighty an and motors prior to the regatta ,
fellowshipdiscussionperiod itself. cials apd participants and new

with the speaker ans- Sanctioning body for the National records are expected to be
established in several classesof
wering questions, will follow Outboard Racing Cham-
each of the evening services. pionships is the American Po- racing. Through the cooper-

Everyone is invited to attend wer Boat Association, oldest ation of the Manatee County

the services and to invite and largest power boat assoc- Engineering Department, the
their friends. course has been resurveyed to
iation in the world. Organizedin
Schedule of Dr. Roth's ser- 1902, APBA now directs comply with APBA require-
ments. Each lap now measuresone
vices is as follows: 10 a.m. and boating
promotes power
and thirds miles
with
two ,
Sunday, "The Grace of The events in all areas of North
three laps around the oval con-
Holy Spirit; 7:30 p.m. Sun- America. Since 1925, the Am-
day, "The Grace of Truth;" erican Power Boat Associa- stituting a race.
With fair weather indicatedfor
7:30 p.m.Monday,"The Grace tion has served as coordinatorfor
the weekend over a long
of Promise; 7:30 p.m. Tues- Union of International Mo-
day, "The Grace of Commission torboating events in the U. S. range forecast, more than 50-
000 spectators are expected to
; 7:30 Wednesday, Executive Vice
I p.m. According to
view the three Local
day event.
"The Grace of Gratitude and President Bill Geeslin of the ,
officials i
the
predict largest i
7:30 p.m. Thursday, "The Manatee County Chamber of ;
held in P
spectator event ever i
Grace of Opportunity. Commerce, "The National the
Dr. Roth is a theologianof county.
Outboard Racing Champion-
dir-
Jim Gallery, publicity
international reputation.He ships will present an unparal-
the Manatee
ector for County
holds degrees from Carthage leled opportunity for internat-
Chamber of Commerce, announced -
College, Carthage, 111.; Univ- ional notice to the area, in addition that arrangements -
Tuesday
ersity of Illinois; Northwestern to attracting thousandsof had been made

Seminary Lutheran; University Theological of Chic- The racing regatta enthusiasts.also will"providea for nationally televising por- LOVELY LINDA KNIGHT, Miss Manatee County for 1962,

and tions of the races. holds the John Ward The Ward event will be the
ago, Roanoke College,Salem major boost to what is nor- Trophy. I
Va. He is a member of the mally considered an offseason TeleRa Sports, an indepen-with highlight of the outboard races to be run here this weekend.
dent television company
Committee of the
Consulting
Parti-
tourist business.
Department of Church Archi- cipants, mechanics, wives, officials headquarters and affiliated in with Philadelphia stations, J,ports from the site of the rac- vice for additional national
tecture of the Lutheran and national boating defi- ing. Seven national boating exposure. Tampa Bay press
Church in America; and of the corrrspondents newspapers throughout the country j publications are covering the media have already assured I
will televise Sundayafternoons
Commission on SacramentOf and other publications will nitely I event as well 'as both Asso- cooperation via television,
-
The Altar and Its Implica- require up to 1,000 units for racing, particularly j ciated and United Press ser- newspaper and radio.
the John Ward Trophy .
tions of the United Lutheran accommodations throughoutthe L
Race, for their weekly Sports
Church. He also has contributed week, according to racing
Digest Show, according to Gal-
numerous articles to theo-
officials. Many entries have RE-E ECT.w
lery. Action will be taped for -
logical journals and to books been received from Californiaand ,
distribution to affiliates for :::!<<<
concerning stewardship The other West Coast states.
Sacrament of The Altar, Art, "The Manatee County Cham- later showing.In ;

etc. He is the author of com- ber of Commerce is making elopment addition Commission, the Florida Dev-will JAMES A.: HALEYTO

mentaries on I and II Peter, effort the
every to produce .
for .. .
film Sunday's highlights ,. .
-t.
'
and has lectured extensively.He best possible regatta, Geeslin distribution to 150 stationsfor : :r :: <
is married and the fatherof said this week. "Not only will
five children. Monday broadcast on iiiNGRESS;:
we receive widespread publi-
sports programs throughoutthe : ,....<..;.:,: :'.
--,,.-.-. city, prestige, and economic eastern half of the U. S. ...... .. '. .
J benefits, but sanctioning offi- Both Mutual and CBS networks SE K
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-! I. -' cials have indicated an even will carry National re-: I .,..". : Wo' .D1STPICT. .
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Maria; Frances Livingston of '
Anna Maria; Walt Terrell of II, 63-foot diesel yacht purchased recently by Islander -
Bradenton; George Strong of KING SIZED redfish caught at +,. Pat Green of Holmes Beach. After some refitting and
Detroit and Leo Monroe of Rod & Reel Pier last week by repairing of boat, Green plans to use it in charter service.
Bradenton. Frank Chamberlain of Sara- (Islander Photo)
Islander Don Schrader had sota. Fish weighed in at 23 1/2

two large bonita, each over 10 pounds.

pounds and Bradford Longof Otto Steffenhagen of St. Petersburg 25 pound Kingfish caught at the
Dayton Ohio, pulled in a 10 Anna Maria City Pier Tuesday
a 14 1/2 pounder.
pound kingfish.On Wednesday Harla- afternoon by Jimmy Scham-
: Ralph
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bers of Anna Maria landed a inches in length. (Islander
pound grouper; Larry Adamsof I
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Bradenton, a 22 pounder,
the pier. (See picture)
and Clay Chaplin of Bayshore Saturday: David Beach of
At the Rod & Reel Pier,red- Gardens, 18 1/2 pounder. Bradenton, 15 1/2 pound black
Thursday: Mrs.Samuel For- Glen I E. Roman, Pal-
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Capt. Sonny Davis was Fisher, Bradenton, 18 pound i [
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id 193-507;Bob Reinel,176-487). --
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\ Island Bowling League Dick Wagner Realty,Trop- ',- AAUN MeetingThe
.: ical Vista 2. (Dick Connick, a. Manatee County Chapterof
SS 208-522; Bob Guild, 207, Roger the American Associationfor
k"k Haynes, 541). the ,United Nations will
J r aLEAGUE $.. oaR meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
STANDINGS ;: October 24, at the auditoriumof
, VanOstenbridge Builders 16.5 the Palmetto Federal Sav-
Schuchard Plumbing 15.5 L ings and Loan Association,
Anna Maria Electric 15.5 R 600 Eighth Avenue, Palmetto,
, y v Tropical Vista 15 \ 4 in observance of United Nat-
Bay Area Insurance 14 ions Day. The meeting is of
THE ISLANDER 11 special importance, and taped
\ Somewhere along the line, Dick Wagner Realty 11 interviews and film will be
about two weeks ago, we inadvertently -Island; Marine Supply 10 I. heard and shown to illustratethe
I shorted VanOsten- Gray's Econowash 10 subject, "The attack on the
bridge Builders two points in ;City Pier-B'comber 10 problems engendered by the
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the Island Bowling League '!Bayou Marina 9 World's populationexplosion/
standings, and added their two '!Pete Reynard's Rest. 6.5 F.A.O., the United Nations'
points to the score of Island food agency organization, will
Marine Supply. But it is all TOP TEN GAMES be seen in action as it spear-
straightened out now,and Van- Art Schumaker 214 heads the campaign to feed the

Ostenbridge Builders are out Dick Connick 208 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE team representing Pete Rey- hungry people of the World.
in front in the with Harman 208 Professor Carl Keeler of the
standings Clyde nard's
Restaurant, now at the bottom in the standings, with
a of 16.5. Harman 207 Manatee Junior College faculty
point score Friday Clyde
lots of room to climb. Left to right are Russ Guild, Frank
the leaders took three Bob Guild 207 will direct the
evening program.
Charles and
Mokry, Pike Harvey Meyer. Not present when
points in their match with Pete Art Schumaker 202
picture was taken was Wally Warner. (Islander Photo)
Reynard's Restaurant, with Chick Chapman 201
the high individual scorers, Lloyd Hanson 201 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
,I! George Dykstra, 201, Dan George Dykstra 201 Bob Guild 531 Earl Mowry 106 Island Marine Bayou Marina
Knauf, 549, for the winners, Clyde Harman 200 Dick Connick 522 Hank Niesiobedski* 107Noteworthy Econowash City Pier--B.
and for the losers,Frank Mok- aTOP Chick Chapman 522 Bay Area A. M. Electric
Mace Hinkle 516 are Clyde Harman's -
i ry, 177-471. TEN SERIES Tropical Vista Schuchard
fat 615 series, and
Other team and high individual Clyde Harman 615 ISLANDER VanOstenbridgePete
I; scores were as follows: Art Schumaker 596 SIX LOW GAMES Earl Parks' triplicate gamesof Reynard's Dick Wagner
t Anna Maria Electric 4, THE Dan Knauf 549 Wally Gray 92 148-148-148.
; ISLANDER 0. (Roy Ferguson, Roger Haynes 541 Ken Fellows 102 I I
1 187-534; Cliff Weston, 175- Roy Ferguson 534 Dave Boozer 104
I'': 463). George Dykstra 533 Russ Guild 104 Coquina RestaurantBREAKF
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Page Ii THE ISLANDER Thursday October 18, 1962

ember, and will be on the Is-
M Continuation Of Report By Holmes Beach Mayor Carl Scott :from Opt. 4 land.six. months, working I
I north. Larviciding, which we
I AD VALOREM AND UTILIT- It must always be remembered Road, and'working east till an have always regarded as the
IES TAXES that our City is flat; in outlet in the Bay or a canal is most important activity, a
4 18.There are about 350 mun- places a drainage system hasa reached. view with which the County
, icipalities in Florida. More flow of over 2,000 feet witha OCCUPATIONAL AND OTH- Director agreed at a recent
r than half have the utilities tax. drop of less than a foot in ER LICENSES meeting, has been taken care
I Some have objected to the this distance. When heavy 20. Occupational licenses are of by the Mosquito Control
utilities tax, but the fact remains rains raise the water table to recognized as having two per- Committee of the Island
it is widely accepted, near the surface, and this coincides fectly legal reasons for exis- Chamber of Commerce for
t and we would be joining a large with high tide, there ER LICENSES several years past. They have
1 club if we went along. can be very little runoff. The 20. Occupational licenses are sufficient funds to carry the
The beauty of the utilities tax excess water disappears eith- recognized as having two per- project through this season.
t is the ease of collections.You er by seepage or evaporation. fectly legal reasons for exis- That this work is successfulis
{ just sit back and accept a check Roadside ditches and yard tence. One is to protect the due almost entirely to the
i once a month. The utilities tax pools have to be larvicided.We public by requiring some degree devoted work of Merrill Tritt.
reaches those whose home cannot stress too strongly of competence in any The Committee should endea-
valuation is too low to be reached the need of self help in many profession, trade or business.The vor to get him a competent
by ad valorem.But areas, by hauling in fill and other is simply as a understudy.
the utilities tax does not raising yard levels. source of revenue. Fogging is now being done in
reach the absentee landlord of Besides the few drainage We have increased licenses Holmes Beach by the County
the vacant lot. projects in the budget for this over what they used to be,and eight times a m 0 n t h. The
t Also the utilities tax is lim- year, there are some larger brought them more in line with County Director assured us ISLAND WARNING signal resembles -
ited. It would yield us about ones for the future, and the what is practice other com- this activity would continue some structure much ,i
: $11,000, which would not be building up of a fund through, munities, and further study is through the present season. larger than it is. (Redon)
: I enough.So citywide taxes will help in being made of them now. This fogging frequency of 8 I
perhaps the best plan,, these. If we should adopt general times a month in Holmes .
would be to impose both. Thisis One of the special drainage taxation, by utilities taxes or Beach compares with 10 timesa days of the week. So it has a
what most cities do. problems arises when certain ad valorem taxes or both, it month in Anna Maria. high utilization factor. It is operated -
If we had an ad valorem tax types of sewage disposal might be well to consider a Frequency of fogging has by Jack Ehrenzeller,
; we would need additional cler- plants are installed, the type lower license fee for resident been principally determinedby who has had considerable experience -
ical help in the office. which produces a clear efflu- businesses, who would be pay- "counting but is also limited in this area.
I A 3 mill ad valorem tax would ent that must be taken away by ing the general City Tax, as by the money available for Purchase of a fogging mach-
yield about $33,000.To pipes. The Blue Water Beach compared to outside contractors. fogging spray. This is suppliedby ine just for Holmes Beach is
: encourage the develop- Apartments used a sort of Our local business needs the County (supplied free to beyond the present budget.
ment of new tracts, such as glorified septic tank and drain encouragement and this applies Anna Maria and Bradenton Besides the machine itself,
School Key, there might be a field, but this other type seems to the tourist businesstoo. Beach also) and costs about there would be needed a four-
graduated ad valorem tax, not now to be preferred. When an $80 a night per machine-- wheel drive truck, a place to
Imposing the full tax till the installation of this type MOSQUITO CONTROL nearly $500 a week for the keep it, and the operator'swages
area is platted as a subdivision (Schwinn) is installed near the 21. Holmes Beach has been Island. plus maintenance, fuel
and the lots sold. waters of the Bay, as was recently fortunate in having reasonably Director Rhodes stated at the and insurance.It .
DRAINAGE done at the Seaside efficient mosquito control at recent meeting that the County is recommended that
19. Although drainage in Garden Apartments, the prob- low cost. This year,of course, will be in better shape next Council utilize the County service -
Holmes Beach is in general lem was simple--a 200 foot the mosquito menace has so year, especially as regards for the few weeks left of
good, as evidenced by condi- run of 12 inch pipe to the north far been slight. money for fogging spray. the current season.
tions following recent heavy yacht basin. This method has There are three parts to The County fogging machine Let us suppose that we had
rains, there are a number of the approval of the State Boardof mosquito control (1) ditching used now for Holmes Beach is achieved a merger of the three
; projects that need attention. Health, as the effluent is (2)) larviciding ((3)) fogging to 10 years old,but Rhodes say he cities on the Island, and had
I will not go into detail on clear, but we understand the destroy adult mosquitoes.Our expects to use it several years one central maintenance de-
these, as the City Engineerhas Board 'does not approve discharging ditches are in fair shape, more. This County machine is partment. Would we have three"
a list of eight items totalIng the effluent directlyinto but can stand improvement. used Monday and Friday nightson fogging machines? The question -
I about $2,200, which are the Gulf. This makes it County Mosquito Control tellsus both Longboat Key and answers itself.Idle mach-
I included in this year's main- difficult if such is the regula- that a dragline will be on the Holmes Beach, and elsewherein inery is the road to extrava-
tenance budget. These pro- tion, for motels on the west south end of the Island by Nov- the County on the other five gance.
jects, none of them large, side of Gulf Drive. It means a
r should go ahead. long way out, under the StateS I

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' Unitarian Fellowship Baptist W.M.U.
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fI The Manatee Unitarian-Uni- Circle #1 of the Baptist Wo- .

versalist Fellowship will depart men's Missionary Union of the ,81. '
from its usual schedule of Island Baptist Chapel held its .1. .

Sunday morning services this regular monthly meeting recently ... ..
CHURCHESHARVEY weekend. I at the home of Mrs. N ; .

I MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.Denomlnatlonal Saturday evening, pet. 20,at Charles Givans. Mrs. G. Rey- .'. 'rt.
( ) 7 o'clock the Fellowship will nolds Jones presided, and had ,

Bradcnton Bach sponsor a potluck supper at the prepared an interest center ,
R... A. .. Slam Palma Sola Community Club, representing the emblem of ,,. !. "
followed at about 8 by forum the W.M.U. with the theme :::> "
COMMUNION SUNDAY: the "Should the "Laborers With "
on subject Together
I 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ..
United Nations admit all sov- God. n.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. erign nations to the organi- Scheduled installation of officers U: .
4 The Rev. Arthur Sims will resume zation?" Panelists will be Islander was postponed until Oct. .

\ services. Sunday October 7. Dr. Henry F. James, 24, when a general meetingwill 4fSIRESEARCH! -") .
president of the Manatee be held at the Chapel at 10

\ ST. BERNARD MISSION County Chapter of the American a.m. AWARDS for 1962 were presented to Henry W.
: PrUstt R... FtoncU F. W.l.mill.r Association for the United Hostess for the meeting on Schneck (left) of Plant City and Holmes Beach, and Dr.
\ and Comdr. Olaf Nov. 13 will be Mrs. Ruth Bee-
Nations K.
; Marshall R. Godwin of Gainesville
SUNDAYS 8 & 10 (right) at the recent 19th
: a.m.
Amdahl, Professor of Historyat man. annual convention of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Growers
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. Manatee Junior College.The The Baptist Children's Home
Association Chairman I
by George Wedgworth of Belle Gladeof
I HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. moderator for the forum has expressed need of clothingfor the association's research award committee. Schneck's i

WEDNESDAYS: will be W.W.Chaplin,and discussion newcomers to the home, so award was in recognition of his diligent efforts to improve ;
7i30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. from the floor will be the circle members voted a varieties of Florida celery, resulting in the widely approved \
J encouraged. The supper and money contribution for the 2-13 variety.
I forum are open to the public. purchase of the garments.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Those attend the Following the business
wishing to ses-
\ ... ,
R L. Ratliff Pastor
I supper are asked to call Mrs. sion, a social hour was enjoyed -

THURSDAY: Chaplin at 7447694.The by.those present.
Rev. Karl Nielsen,mint -
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeam!
I ister of the Sarasota Unitarian UNKNOWNI
SUNDAY: Church, will deliver a sermonon met a travelerIn
I 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. "The Art of Happiness" to a far off land, ADVERTISEa
I 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. the 7:30
Fellowship at p.m. Clothed in black :.
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. Sunday at the Palma Sola Com- And in his hand ." sHe Xr l
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. munity Club.Chicken held a book. *1 .
TUESDAY: .-.,_?:; IN T
4:30 Intermediate G.A. ,.
p.m. Barbecue Sun.A "Who are you. Sir?"
7:00 Church Choir.
p.m.
WEDNESDAY chicken barbecue will be I asked.
: served at the south end of the
THE I ISLANDER
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. "
# Island by the Sheriff's Depart- "My name is Mr. Death
ment from 11 a.m. until p.m. Was his reply.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNon.D.nomlnatlonal Sunday, October 21. The pub-
( ) lic is invited,with the contrib- "Then surely you
R... Richard K* Wiggins Pastor
ution to be $1 per person, Of all must know--
THURSDAY: with the proceeds to be used When I will die." DAN McCLURE Is not the
1 7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. by the posse men to help pay
SUNDAY: Communion Sunday. for the_ department's plane. But he only shrugged Commission Candidate who

9:00 a.m. wors1i1 Service. Featured on the menu will bea Unknowing like me, suggested that the County
/ half chicken, baked beans, And then he
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. laughed.
IL
i cole slaw and rolls. --Steve deWolf Into the motel business.
7:00 p.m. Intenr diate & Sr. get
Youth Fellowsps I L
DAN CLURE'S
opponent
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FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
if GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL endorsed the plan for loosing
7782012R.C.SCHUCHARD
LUTHERAN CHURCH the South End of Anna Maria
Re. Frank E. Uyrly. Pastor

SUNDAY: Island for private dvlopmnt.

8:30 a.m. Church School. 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH DAN CLURE dos not believe In government
10:00 The Service.
a.m.
PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS competing with private local business.

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION DAN McCLURE believes our taxpayers must be
(Episcopal)
R... Gerald K. Low, Rector protected from governmental encroachment.BE .

THURSDAY: Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
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EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER
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& ARI01fFLORIST sundry other service


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",,.. oWfrerr to the Id.,,,,..
Dixie Grand Hotel Bldg. Blue Wave Service Station

Ph. 7<<-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p..... BRADENTON BEACH PHONE 778-1115 C J
AND IN MANATEE COUNTYBE


Fulford Palms /IM \ FOODLINERQuality

A HAPPY AND MEMORABLE ONE!
OCONUTROYAL it Variety Tt'


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TABLERITE Western corn fed center cut Pork Chops-Lb..59 THE ISLAND BANKEstablished
,* TABLERITE Fresh lean picnic style Pork Roast-Lb........29*
ARMOUR STAR SLICED BACON-Lb.............................55*
Delivered jj Del Monte Pineapple Jutce-46 Oz. Can 4 for................$1.00 April 25, 1961
NESCAFE Instant Coif..-10 Ox. Jar with $3 order...........99*

c-. & Planted BLUE DIXIE CRYSTAL PLATE SALAD SUGAR DRESSING-Quart..39(WITH ORDER-5 Lb...............39** On Anna Maria Island

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Ralph Fulford5th HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
With Every Purchase We Now Give

ST. & BAY With The Islands
PIONEER SAVING STAMPSTHE Growing
CORTEZ
FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
ERNIE CAGNINA Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925

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Page THE ISLANDER TTiur d.y. October 18, 1962 i.1
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WI i .- ':,';t _,. ': Garden Club Projects"To
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rljr Lf.i {
) I O:rA dig and delve in niceI
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I 'f }
i ; ; I clean dirt
OI ? i : Can do a mortal little hurt."
( -..l.j ;.!. c?E Picture the Island during the
I II winter season if everyone
I"- I irr planted a few petunias in his i
By Carl Keeler garden. Digging can be fun!. ia a
ofhr J
I f&O and the result beautiful.The U
I aim of the Island Garden
'HOW A JELLYFISH STINGS'' I Club is for beautification of

Last week, in ou;discussionof I+ this lovely spot. It has made toi i
jellyfish, we merely men- such progress. The bridge approach -
tioned the stinging cells, or and the triangles on
NEMATOCYSTS. What do they .0 0 : !{ Gulf Drive have been lands- i.
look like, and just how do they caped, but individual effort is
sting 1With needed to make the Island a
the exception of a few true garden. Try planting a
protozoans (single-cell ani- circle of petunias around the OUT OF CONTEXT (Redon) f I Ii

mals), nematocysts are found base of a palm.. .add a little i
only in the group of animals water during the dry spells, most beautiful island on the i
known as COELENTERATES. w .t and prestol! Beauty! If petuniasaren't West Coast.. f
I This includes the jelly- ;A *
group a your dish of tea, try t
fish, sea anemones, corals, LEFT NEMATOCYST PIERCING A geraniums---they thrive witha "It isn't much as gardens go, ;
Portugese Men 0'War, and sea VICTIM. RIGHTS A PORTION OF A minimum of attention. Let's or as a landscape scheme,but ;
fans. A tentacle of one of these JELL DISCHARGED Yf"lSH TENTACLE NEUATOCYSTS.SHOWING TWO i make beautification a projectthis what a place for happiness,and
creatures consists of a many- / ,,. year and plant annuals what a place to dream." .
celled chain, as illustrated on wherever we can find space. A. Harrington :
this page. Each cell of the ten- The Island Garden Club will *
tacle may contain from one to poon, which pierces the skin of ammonia to help relieve the resume its meetings Friday, The dessert bridge to be
many nematocysts. Thus it can whatever touched the trigger. pain and swelling.To Oct. 19, at the Island School, sponsored by the Anna Maria t
be seen that a nematocyst is Furthermore, the thread is us, the sting of a jellyfishis with a covered dish supper at Garden Club at the Anna Maria
indeed a tiny structure, much hollow, and upon piercing the merely an irritating nuI- 6:30 p.m., and the meeting at Community Hall at 1 p.m.,
smaller even than a single victim, injects a poison into it. sance. To a small fish, it may 7:30. Whether or not you're Thursday, October 25, will be
cell. Thus, the nematocyst acts be a matter of life .or death. currently a member, join us. for the benefit of the club's
For such a small structure, like a miniature syringe and Whatever our attitude, we You will be most welcome. Don beautification projects. The
the nematocyst has a remark- hypodermic nee d 1 e. Many must marvel at the fact that a Jones of the Garden World will specific project this year will
ably complex anatomy, and it kinds of nematocysts contain simple cell can produce suchan give information on annual be the grounds of the commun-
is even more remarkable thatit sharp spines at the base of the ingenious and complicateddevice. planting. Immediately follow- ity hall.
has all been manufacturedby thread to help puncture the ing his talk,garden club mem- This will be the club's first
the protoplasm of the cell. skin of the victim as the thread bers will offer for sale a variety card party of the year, a good
As to its structure, imaginea everts. And some have rows of EDITOR'S NOTE: We would ap- of banded plants, including opportunity to meet oldfriends.
one-fingered rubber glove incredibly tiny spines spiral- preciate receiving from readers, petunias, snapdragons and sal- Single reservations will be accepted
with the finger turned insideout ling the entire length of the comments and suggestions about via. The new hybrid petunias, for any card game, and
inside of the glove. If you thread, presumably to make the above column, plus any sub- which will growin a shady area, tables will be arranged at the
blow air into the glove, and them stick in the skin of the jects about which you would will be among those plants.Do hall. Mrs.James Stephens will
suddenly squeeze it, you will victim more easily. This com- like to have Mr. Keeler write, help the Garden Clubs accept the reservations at 778-
cause the finger to pop out, to plicated structure is only as long as they deal with the Sea. make Anna Maria Island the 2823.
EVERT. In the nematocyst, we about 1/50,000 of an inch long! .
call the "glove" the BULB, The nematocysts of most '
and the "finger," the coelenterates cannot pierce "
THREAD. Normally the threadis human skin. The most notable
coiled up inside of the bulb. exceptions to this are a few of GO
When something touches a the corals, the long-tentacled
small TRIGGERon the outsideof jellyfish, and the PortugeseMan ::..:.. &
the bulb,the water pressure O'War. The latter is especially ECTRICy

inside the bulb is increased, dangerous, and can 'S'CH 4R, roo'L
and the thread is shot out'of cause very painful welts, and
the bulb, like the finger pop- sometimes temporary paral-
ping. Now the tip of the threadIs ysis. The sting of a jellyfishcan

like a sharply pointed har- be treated with household ; 1 r lur;;


DEAR


CITIZENSOf
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Anna Maria
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IslandTHIS

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IS TO TELL YOU THAT I AM A DEMOCRATIC -- xfyf r%fti

CANDIDATE FOR THE DISTRICT ONE SEAT ON THE

MANATEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD, AND I WOULD

APPRECIATE YOUR CONSIDERATION WHEN YOU

VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6th.

FOR THIRTY YEARS I HAVE INVESTED MUCH OF

MY TIME AND INTEREST IN THE SCHOOLS OF
now enjoy modern ftameless cooking
I MANATEE COUNTY-ASA. TEACHER, A PARENT, AND "'I. -...".
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AS A MEMBER OF THE MANATEE JUNIOR COLLEGE ,: .
.j r: CLEANER No soot blackened pots or grime-stained kitchen walls.
ADVISORY BOARD. I BELIEVE I HAVE A FAIR KNOW. Electricity is pure energy. No flame no products of combustion. Curtains ', or..

LEDGE OF THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF .\ t" and drapes stay cleaner. 'n-. .

OUR COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM. I AM WILLING TO GO 11 ; COOLER I I. FASTER I The flat electric surface units cling_ .,. ,:;
closely to cooking utensils.Trigger-fast heat goes directly into the food-
THE DISTANCE TO REEXAMINE CURRENT PRACTICES ,

not into the room. Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler. :",
AND TO WORK FOR ANY NECESSARY CHANGES
; AUTOMATIC I Push a button or flip a switch. the controlled v. ,:
THAT I BELIEVE GOOD. heat is the same every time. .just-right as you want it for perfect cooking #_1 :

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD IS TO V without pot-watching. 1_ 7_..t

HOLD A GREAT PUBLIC TRUST. IF I AM ELECTEDTO SAFER, too!Super-safe because there's no constant-burning pilot flame. '
no hazardous fumes. You never have to be "on guard." You enjoy pre
THIS OFFICE, I WILL GIVE FREELY THE NECES- cious peace of mind.

SARY TIME TO THIS SERVICE, AND KNOWING THE o More than a million Florida families have already "switched"to $:: '.. I..:;k"
RESPONSIBILITIES VESTED IN.ME, I WILL USE MY flameless Electric cooking. Ask your neighbor! **",- '- -
p .
;BEST JUDGMENT IN CONSIDERJNG AND DECIDING ._.

THE WELFARE OF THE SCHOOLS. SttuJiat's cE JtIN; t ) flg.1l.t.k!!ma;; j
YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. NEW in ,
glamorstyledElectric .. Jr'S CHEAPER. TOOl
Sincerely, Ranges -- _' (!)
'. S' MRS. J. P. HARLLEE JR. with thtrnlon"builtt' -...
:DROP IN TO SEE ME, FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY
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31114TH AVENUE, PALMETTOOR look. 10 Every Medallion Home
Visit Electric HH.HM6 BUILD FLORIDA j
CALL ANYTIME your Dealer. today includes a nameless I
Appliance
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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
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I Unique Boat Racing PROPOSED

Event PlannedA

new type of racing event for CONSTITUTIONAL
boatmen is scheduled for Sunday I <' ',.

I November .4''.It will be run .
from the Cortez Bridge north AMENDMENTS {

li through the Bay, the Gulf and
Boca Ciega Bay to the finish NO.1CONSTITUTIONAL
!1 line at the entrance Maximo AMENDMENT TO
Moorings Marina. ARTICLE VII
Distance for the race will be I
amendment to Article VII of the Consti-
roughly 26 statute miles in a Proposing an
' mixed blend of smooth and tution providing for apportionment of the Florida Legisla-
'I ture; providing that the House of Representatives shall
I *, rougher water. The race itself consist of one hundred thirty-five members and the Senate
\ will be one of the highlights shall consist of forty-six members and providing that the
, of the annual St. Petersburg Legislature shall reapportion again in 1971 and every ten
Southeastern Boat Show. years thereafter. i
Four classes have been arranged NO.2CONSTITUTIONAL
i : for the race. Outboards
< k of stock or family design,up to AMENDMENT TO -c--- -
and including 80 horsepower ARTICLE XII

t will constitute one class. Proposing an amendment to Article XII of the Con-
I Another class will allow only stitution relating to the election or appointment of
the inboard-outboard drives, Superintendent of Public Instruction; providing that the
of which there are quite a few Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be appointedby
\ around now. There will also bea the County Board of Public Instruction in the countiesof t '
class for stock inboard boats Alachua, Charlotte, Collier, Manatee, Orange Lee, ;
including sports fishermen Monroe, Leon, Indian River, St. Lucie, Brovvard Baker, q\ qi1L ,-
models. Brevard, Hendry and Hillsborough, wherein the proposi- ;Lk.
The fourth bracket will be an tion is affirmed by a majority vote of the qualified electorsof t,
any such county making the office appointive and pro-
unlimited class,where motors viding that any county adopting this proposition may after
such as the Mercury 100 hp four years return to its former status by the same pro-
can be run, single or double. cedure provided for adopting it.
Any special racing units can NO.3CONSTITUTIONAL .
enter this class. AMENDMENT TO W cji
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The St. Petersburg Outboard ARTICLE III, SECTION 29
Club, the group which will
handle the national champion- Proposing an amendment to Article III, Section 29 of }
ships here this week, will officiate the Constitution relating to impeachment of officers providing .
that the Speaker of the House may appoint a ..- }
for the November 4 .::.. .... ", :.r' ..
be committee to investigate alleged grounds for impeachment _t: .,. ,!.tlIC.: .;;_4.d.. :: ...
will
race. The course pat- '" i.C --
against any officer subject to impeachment either duringor
rolled by the Coast Guard Aux- between legislative sessions. NOT AN OUTING in the usual sense (upper picture), but the
iliary. NO.4CONSTITUTIONAL students of the Island School on playground at rear of school
from the north
The race goes AMENDMENT TO during a fire drill last week in observance of National Fire
side of the Cortez Bridge to ARTICLE XVI Prevention Week. Building was emptied in slightly less than
the "Black Widow" (No.1)
off Anna Maria,thence to Proposing an amendment to Article XVI//the Consti- one minute. BOARD OF STRATEGY (lower picture) for exercise
buoy From tution by adding an additional section prodding that the included, left to right Fire Marshal Leon Stafford;
of
north end
the Egmont. Legislature may provide for civil jury trials to be heldin Chairman Walter W. Botkin of the Island Fire Control Dis-
there the course leads out the arty branch court house within Pasco C unty. trict; School Principal Sam Schiek, and Fireman Frank
Northwest Passage to Buoy Beard. (Islander Photos)
No. 7, which is to be kept to EDITOR'S NOTE: We have reproduced aba')e,four of the nine
starboard, and on to the Pass- proposed Constitutional Amendments which,gill appear on the
a-Grille Channel--on under official ballot at the November 6 election,in order to give our THEY ARE HEREd.!
the new Bayway bridge leadingto readers an opportunity to read and study them.The remainingfive
1 Vina Del Mar. The turn will proposed amendments will be printed in next week's FERRYc.
be made to starboard, at the issue of THE ISLANDER. :II

Maximo Moorings Marina FLOWER & VEGETABLE SEEDS
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be -
sign. The finish line will at -
the mouth of the entrance to PLANT NOW
the Marina, home base of the Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.

big boat show. Simland Turf & Garden
So, any of you boatmen who
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
feel you have fast craft,this is
your chance to find out how Established 1908A Garden Supplies, Nursery Stockland
fast--and if you want to enter

contact Red Marston at the St. Phone Coll Will Bring a Representative Landscaping
Petersburg Times, and he will

give you the correct informa- 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 ENTRANCE TO
tion.
BRADENTON SHOPPING CENTER

PEACOCK'S .
PHONE 778-2711
APP1Ar1CEy; TEUVISION
AIR: CONDITIONERS
hpcrt end Prompt Serriet G ri f f i I.li-Cliiie Funeral Homes

Is Your
725 14th St. Brodenton. 744.0351

24 HOURAmbulance WILL|

Y DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Service

BEAUTY SERVICES LegaiProof ?
OHM InNINGS tT APPOINTMIMTCor.
Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Crescent and Pine Ph 778-23U
A homemade will is nearly bad
ANNA MARIA CITY 742-1011 BRADENTON as as no
will at all. It may leave your family completely -
r unprotected.

RIDE THE ISLAND BUS! !! v
You need to prepare your will with the helpof

(AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL) your attorney. Our Trust Department can
act as your executor and trustee. We are
SIX ROUND TRIPS FROM BRADEN always glad to discuss these services In

TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY v.Z St4ntI confidence with you and of courte...no

FARE:45*One Way,80.Round Trip 6 obligation. Call or visit Mr. Walter Young,
Packages Under Two Lbs.-50f our Trust Officer, today!

Leave Manor*Ave. & Tenth St. at

7, 9:10, llilO ItlO, 3slO & 5:30,

Leave Anna Maria City Pier at

8, 10:15, 12:15, 2sl5, 4:15 & 6:15. 4w6ai/
77 z $

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330t Third Avenue W*.tBRADENTON. Laundry & Dry Cleaners WITH A COMPLETE TRUST OF ,BRA DEPARTMENT DEN TON

FLORIDA 205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach "TIME AND TEMPERATURE I
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I

I LEGAL NOTICES

Mrs. Dorothy Dickins
NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo I
After this date we are not responsible All Creditors, Legatees, Distributes
for any bills>> other than those contractedby and All Persons having Claims or Demands Mrs. Dorothy Estes Dickins

ourselves. against the Estate'' of SHIRLEYM. Gulf Drive Anna Maria diedat #

FRANK COPPOTELLI LINTON deceasedi a local rest home Friday
;IJEANETTE COPPOTELLI You and each of you, are hereby notified -
'311 Church Street and required to file any claims and October 12. She was a native of

:Bradenton Beach Florida demands, which you, or either of IOU Atlanta, and moved to the Island -
October II, 1962 may have against the estate of SHIRLEY
five
from Sarasota
M. LINTON deceased, late of Manatee years
County, Florida, with the Honorable ago.
Robert>> A. Rickey, County Judge of Manatee -
I NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO She was a member of the Riv-
All Creditors, Legatees, Distributees County, Florida, at his office in
and 'All Persons having Claims or Demands the Court House of said County, within erside Park Methodist Churchof
against the Estate of EDITH Mac- six ((6) calendar months from the time of Jacksonville.
I NEIL deceased the first publication of this notice.C. .
You and each of you, are hereby notified M. LINTON as Survivors are three sons,
and required to file any claims and Administrator of the Estate of Randolph Dickins III of Anna

demands, which you, or either of you, SHIRLEY M. LINTON Deceased Maria, and Tarlton E. Dickinsand
may have against the estate of EDITH SCHULTZ AND CLEARY
llacNEIL deceased, late of Uanatee Attorneys for Administrator Bruce A. Dickins of Darien -

County, Florida, with the Honorabl. 417 12th Street West Conn.; her parents, Mr.
Robert A. Ricky, County Judge of Manatee Bradenton, Florida and Mrs. Estes of NEW HOME at 606 Baronet Lane Key Royale recently
County, Florida, at his office in the .Io-l}. 16, 2S, 11.162 Nieuport
Court House of said County, within six: LaJolla, Cal.; two brothers purchased by Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Elrod of Murfreesboro
((6) calendar months from the tim. of the of Jacksonville who make their home here. Home
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Nieuport Estes Jr. Tenn., plan to permanent
first publication of this notice.
lire. Florence E. Morrow, as REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and Edwin W. Estes of was designed, built and sold by Wm. B. Lee. (Islander

Executrix of the Estate of they The are undersigned conducting do a restaurant hereby certify businessunder that El Cajon, Cal., and a sister Photo)

Robert EDITH H.klacNEIL Schultz Deceased the fictitious name of COQUINA Mrs. Taylor C. Fletcher of

SCHULTZ AND CLEARY RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Fullerton Cal. ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Maria, Florida, and that said firm is composed
for Executrix
Attorneys :
of the following persons whosenames Funeral services were heldat
417 12 th Street West
Bradenton, Florida and places of residence are as the Griffith-Cline Funeral OCTOBERHIGH..- .-LOW18 -

10-18. 25; 111. 362INVITATION follows Johnie: B. Webb Home Bradenton Sunday af- Thur. 1:4i. a.m. 1.9 .-..--..-....- 925 a.m0. .----

Ruth W. Webb ternoon with the Rev. RichardK. 19 Fri. 2:32 a.m. 1.8 8:29 p.m. 1.1 10:32 a.m.0.3 9,12 p.m. 1.0

TO BID 780 North Shore Drive Wiggins of Roser Memorial 20 Sat. 33 a.m. 1.6 8:52 p.m. 1.1 115 a.m.0.2 11:08 p.m. 1.0
Anna Maria, Florida
CITY MANATEE OF ANNA COUNTY MARIA Ownership of COQUINA RESTAURANTis Community Church of Anna 21 Sun. 5:19 a.m. 1.5 9:13 p.m. 1.2 12:56 p.m. 0.1 ..-.------ {t

as follows: Johni. B. Wobb-50, Maria officiating. Cremationwas 22 Mon. 6:57 a.m. 1." 9:32 p.m. 1.2 127 a.m. 0.9 1:5" p.m. 0.0
FLORIDA Ruth W. Webb-50%,. 23 Tue. 8:20 a.m. 1." 95 1.3 1:58 a.m. 0.7 2:39 0.1 1
Invitation is extended to all qualified It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof to follow. p.m. p.m.
contractors to bid on the improvement the Circuit Court in and for Manatee 24 Wed. 9:2" a.m. 1." 9:57 p.m. 1.3 29 a.m. 0." 3:15 p.m. 0.2 I
of various City Streets in the City of County, Florida,' to register the said 25 Thur. 10:15 a.m. 1." 10:10 p.m. 1." 3:31 a.m. 0.2 35 p.m..0.3 j+

Anna Maria, Manatee County, Florida. name of COQUINA RESTAURANT under 26 Fri. 10:58 a.m. 1." 10:27 p.m. 1.5 :08 a.m. 0.0 ":11 p.m. 0."
all be 20 ft.
be to
Streets to paved are the provisions of Chapter 865.09. Lawsof Epsilon Alpha Meeting
27 Sat. 11:37 1.3 106 1.6 "3 a.m.0.2 136 0.5
wide and are to conform to specifications Florida, Acts of 1959. a.m. p.m. : p.m.
for standard streets as per Ordinance Witness our hands this 1st day of October 28 Sun. 12:15 p.m. 1.3 11:06 p.m. 1.7 5:17 a.m..0.4 5:00 p.m. 0.6
No. 240. Furth.r details may be 1962. Epsilon Alpha Chapter of 29 Mon. 12:55 p.m. 1.2 1:28 p.m. 1.8 5:52 a.m.0.5 5:22 p.m. 0.7

secured A total at of he 8.696 City linear Of fie.feet. of pavingis Ruth Johnie W.B.Webb Webb Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met 30 Tue. 1:37 p.m. 1.1 1 :55 p.m. 1.9 6:29 a.m..0.6 53 p.m. 0.8

under consideration on Grouper St., Owners recently at the home of Mrs. 31 Wed. 2:28 p.m. 1.1 .--.-...- 7:10 a.m. 0.6 6:01 p.m. 0.9

Willow Av.nu.,Bay Boulevard, Bayview 10-4. 11, 18 & 25, '62 George Norwood. Guests at the
plac. and South Drive. Th. work consists For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readIngs *

of grading, base course, paving, meeting were Mrs. C. A. ,. and one'hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
and grassing of the streets. Th. quantities NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Strickland of Xi Alpha Chapter -
listed are approximate and final REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Mrs. Bud Green Mrs.
payment will be based on actual work The undersigned do hereby certify that ,
p.rfona.d.C.rtifi.dch.ckin the amountof they are conducting boatyard business Robert Whitehead Mrs. Ted THIS I WILL FIGHT FOR !
SI.500, or 5% Bid Bond must accom- under the fictitious name of ANCHOR Swierad, Mrs. William Britt
pany bid.S.al.d. BOAT BASIN at 311 Church Street, Bra-
bids will be received at the denton Beach, Florida, and that said Mrs. David Lambdin and Mrs. The State Road through the Island ends at

office of the City Commission Anna firm is composed of the following persons James Clark. the Anna Maria City Pier. From there, around
Maria, Florida, until 9:30 A.M., November whose names and places of residence ,
5, 1962. Th. work must b. completed are as follows: During the business,meeting the North Point,there is a 2-mile-long road,

within 60 calendar days following Frank Coppotelli plans were made for a Christ- largely used by tourists or other visitors, with

award of contract. Th. City Commission Jean.tt. Coppotelli mas Dance to be held at the the City of Anna Maria footing the bill for
of the City of Anna Maria reservesthe North Bay Drive
right to reject any or all bids.GLADYS Bradenton Beach, Florida Holmes Beach Yacht Club on maintenance.The .

DUMAINE Ownership of ANCHOR BOAT BASIN Saturday evening, December Loop Road should be the State's re
City Clerk is as follows: Frank Coppotelli. 50%,
Jeanette Coppotelli, 50%. 15. The meeting date was sponsibility. If I am elected, I will do all I

It is our intention to apply to the Clerk changed so the chapter will canto lift this heavy burden from the shoulders -
CHANCERY CASE NO. 12825 of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
the first and third Mon-
Z-22S County, Florida, to register the said meet of the people of Anna Maria City.
name of ANCHOR BOAT BASIN under day evening of each month WALLACE M.
NOTICE OF SUITIN the provisions of Chapter 865.09 Lawsof with the meeting for this weekto REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
Florida, Acts of 1959. "WALLY"WARNER
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Witness our hands this 2nd day of October be at the home of Mrs. F. B.
FLORIDA TO THE DEFENDANT 1962. Shell. FORSTATEREPRESEHTATIVE
CLYDE MORGAN. Frank Coppotelli I
Jeanette Coppotelli Paid Political Advertisement
You are hereby notified that a suit for
divorce has been filed in Owners
against you
the Circuit Court for Manatee County, 10-4, 11, 18 & 25. '62 MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT
Florida, said suit being>> Chancery Case
No. 12825 and being styled SHIRLEY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
PAULINE GUTHRIE MORGAN vs. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
CLYDE MORGAN. The undersigned do hereby certify that
You are hereby required to file your they are conducting a Television Sales VOTE FOR
answer or other written defense to said and Service Business at 10SA Bridge
Complaint with the Clerk of said CouYL Street, Bradenton Beach, Florida, under
Manatee County Court House, Bradenton>.the fictitious name of RUSS'S TV SHOP,
and that said firm is composed of the EXPERIENCESE'NIORITY
t Florida, and to serve a copy thereof up-
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Robert H. following persons, whose names and
Schultz of Schultz and deary. 417 12th place of residence are as follows: MelvaL.Moore ." .
Street West Bradenton Florida on or Robert R. Moore Jr., Samuel J. .
before the 29th day of October. A.D. Moore and Brad A. Moore. 105A Bridge
1962. Street,Bradenton Beach, Florida. Ownership
of RUSS'S TV SHOP is as follows:
Herein fail not, otherwise a Decree }.
A.t :
Melva L. Moore, Robert R. Moore Jr., PROVEN
Pro Confesso will be entered againstyou
Samuel J.Moor.and Brad A. Moore, 10SA
for the relief demanded in said
Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach, Florida.It .
Complaint. is our intention to apply to the Clerkof PERFORMANCE
WITNESS my hand and official seal of the Circuit Court In and for Manatee
said Court this 25th day of September, County, Florida, to register the said
A.D. 1962. in Bradenton, Florida. name of RUSS'S TV SHOP under the : d >' : :' '
M. T. McINNIS provisions of Chapter 20953, Laws of I 1 L'PRICEfJ!: { .,'G" 'N' .,lJ_
Clerk of Circuit Court Florida. Acts of 1941. :It:: : ., .' ::')ztffi!
for Manatee County, Florida Witness our hand, this 15th Day of ;: >/':: ;:;: ; ;
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By Nolle D. Mulock october 1962. FOR:STATE N PI
MELVA L. MOORE !! 5. "
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Deputy Clerk *:z:.; %. : .::-::> ;7e ,J :>6r
ROBERT R. MOORE JR.
Robert H. Schultz of SAMUEL J. MOORE
SCHULTZ AND CLEARY BRAD A. MOORE
Bradenton, Florida 105A Bridge Street RE-ELECT PRICE f.ta STATE SENATOR

Attorneys for Plaintiff Bradenton Beach, Florida .
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FOR SAlE SEE THIS TODAY IN ANNA MARIA IF YOU ARE BU2INGORSELLING REALTYGEORGE

TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE ON CORNER LOT ISLAND

< DICK Paved .tr..t. Gorog*. Completely furnished Including Venetian E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKERBOX
II blinds, TV and one-ton air conditioner.
1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778.2444
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ALL fOR $8,900
WAGNER i TRADE FOR INCOME PROPERTYWILL

ACCEPT equity in modern two or three bed->
a Gc. 31. JOHN B. PROTHERO room home as down payment on well established
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER--SALES& RENTALS COTTAGE COURT.
116 list STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH Property consists of five rental units and attractive
three bedroom owner's home.May be bought on terms
ii B MBBEan iiM i Mi rapBagHBB j that will and show
carry mortgage payments attract-

: 778- FOR A BARGAIN HUNTERDUPLEX ive profit.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE, ON OR OFF ISLAND? i I

with EXTRA LOT on the water. Needs
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
paint and some repairs, but the asking price is -
PROPERTY just about the actual value of the lots alone. If You & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 77$.2614
are handy with money and tools, THEN LET US
APPRAISERS SHOW YOU THIS GOOD PROPERTY TODAY I

PARRISH REALTYRALPH I


2 BEDROOM CBHOME;LOTS H. PARRISH, Mgr. PEGGY "HASSIE" MOORE, Associate ,
1
Post Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902
OF CLOSETS; LARGE TILED


BATH; LIVING ROOM; KIT- Can We Help You ? SEASIDE GARDENS !

CHEN AND DINING ROOM.
LOTS FROM $1,500 /wi
UTILITY ROOM AND PORCH; Welcomes
HOMES FROM $8,500MAKE
CARPORT. THIS NICELY
YOUR WINTER RESERVATIONS NOW!
FURNISHED HOME IS CLOSE APBAWHILE
Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

TO THE BEACH AND HAS Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156 YOU ARE HERE
AN EXTRA LOT! ALL FOR
Anna Maria, Florida.
COME AND SEE
ONLY $11,500--$1,500 DOWN
CLOSE TO GULF A totally NEW concept in
c AND $85 PER MONTH. TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME WITH

r SCREENED PORCH. NICE CORNER LOT. WATERFRONT living
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$2,000 DOWN BUYS THIS 2BR $14,500
CB HOME AT $11,500.TILED ............... SALES OFFICE
BATH, CENTRAL HEATING,
LARGE LIVING ROOM AND BAY FRONT-BRADENTO'N BEACHTWO 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648

DINING AREA, BUILT IN BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME WITH DETACHED -
STAINLESS STEEL ELEC- DOUBLE GARAGE. PRIVATE DOCK.
TRIC KITCHEN. SCREENED SUBMERGED LAND AVAILABLE TO BULKHEAD
PORCH, CARPORT, UTILITY
LINE.
ROOM. TERRAZZO FLOORS $14,000 EXCEPTIONAL BUYTHREE

& INSULATION. EXTERIOR ..............
WHITE SPRAYCRETE. 50 x
100 LOT. OR WILL RENT AT RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf BEDROOM CB HOME
$95 PER MONTH UNFURN- Drive and 77th Street,Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
ISHED. LARGE CORNER LOT
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. ASTOUNDING TWO CERAMIC TILE BATHS

! $12,500 BUYS THIS CANAL BUILT-IN ELECTRIC KITCHEN

, FRONT HOME 2 BEDROOMS Key Royale & Bay Palms
z : Enclosed Screened Patio & Family Dining Room

TILE BATH LARGE LIVING "BONUS HOMES"OFFER CENTRAL HEAT

E ROOM & DINING AREA AND LARGE STORAGE AREA
FAR MORE FOR FAR LESSI!
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COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
! PRICED AT
815,500--- I
KITCHEN, CARPORT. ALSO

SCREENED PORCH. 75 x 100 Li $1,000 DOWNEXCEPTIONALLY

LANDSCAPED, SEAWALLED *

LOT WITH BOAT DOCK. GOOD BUYSIN

: LOVELY VIEW OF SARASOTABAY.
I BONUS HOME No.9
J TERMS $3,000 DOWN. CANAL. LOTS AS LOW AS $3000
516-71st ST., HOLMES BEACH
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3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CANAL OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY. SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
FRONT HOME. SEAWALLED s COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
& LANDSCAPED LOT. THIS .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
HOME HAS CENTRAL HEAT;
LARGE LIVING ROOM&DIN- .TWO LARGE BEDROOMS

( ING AREA, BEAUTIFUL .
. S TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS I
BUILT IN ALL ELECTRIC
KITCHEN CARPORT AND A .OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM
Walter S. Hardin
SPACIOUS UTILITY ROOM.
095-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT :
ALL FOR ONLY $18,350--
$2,500 DOWN, AND ASSUME FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED
Realty Company
MORTGAGE. . .
ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors
) e e .
3 DUPLEX APARTMENTSIN $18,300LIBERAL
HOLMES BEACH: CLOSETO
BEACH, GOOD INVEST- FINANCING
MENT FOR RIGHT BUYER. ANNA MARIA
ISLAND OFFICE
ALL UNITS ARE FURNISHEDAND NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR

THREE. ARE RENTED NEEDS--AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
ONA YEARLY BASIS. PRICE
, NANCED.28500. $20,000 CAN BE FI-. KEY ROYALE, INC. FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307



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P. c 12 TilE ISLANDKR Thursday, October 18, l**>2 i

Danielsof Atlanta have been guestsof

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gray of55th ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERHolmes

Street Holmes Beach.
,
'Tit pleasant, sure, to tee one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Beech, Anna Mario Island, FloridaWeIcomeAPBA

Mrs. Murray Heckert, who with

her husband is manager of the S. S.
HALEY'S MOTEL:Mrs. Thomas J. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and White Sands Motel, returned last .'

McG rat h of Mt. Dora...Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hancock of Fort; week from a vacation spent in Sav-
of Lakeland Meade..Mr and Mrs. A. J. Du-
Mrs. T. O. Mostoller annah, Ga.
of Ro s e n b Texas..Mr.and .
...Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Foley of pree erg.
Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mrs. H. Koerner' of West Ber- Guests last weekend at the homeof J8IXGII J. D. WEBB, pharmacist

. Berfield of Decatur, Ga. lin, Germany;!..Miss Sibyl Buchs- the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Benja- w .

MERRIMAC ON THE G U L F: Mr. schate of Fer((1 da Ie, Mich...Mr. min were Mrs. Stephen Agate and = = ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

and Mrs. A. M. Clendenin of Plea- and Mrs. T. 1<. Waller and familyof Miss Peggy Bell of Miami, and Bob ,

santRldg ,Mich...Mrs.S. M. Lay- Fort Meade.: Kidd of Homestead AFB. VLA

ton of St. Petersburg.EAST Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Solosy of Astoria Mr. and Mrs.e Jack* Marshall e of An- L49 YOUR MONEY
O' THE SUN: Mist Dorothy
Y. and Mr. and Mrs. JohnM.
N. an Maria returned home a few days '
Trever. Mrs. Frank Brophy and Mrs. Brennan of; Oconomowoc Wis. BUYS MORE
; ; ago from a three week vacation to IN A REAL
Frank Johnson of Patchogue, N. Y. are enjoying a vacation at Charlin Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginiaand
...Mr. and Mrs. E. Heimerof Ross- Villas. Tennessee. DRUG STORE

ford, Ohio.NOMAD e I e e Luncheonette

MOTEL: Judge and Mrs. Col. and Mrs. I. R. Pollard of Mr and Mrs. R. O. Ayersof Rock- .;

H. Monty of Montreal...Mr. and BradentonBeachare leaving Thurs- port, N. Y. are vacationing Dona Fountain Service

Mrs. Charles F. Lancaster of Middlesex day for a Mediterranean cruise and Dei Cottage. .n,

N. J...Sister Evelyn Houl- expect to return home about Dec- 1 Toiletries Stationery Magazines and eoofcs

royd of Chicago..Mr. and Mrs. ember .1.
.
Richard Brewitt of Epping N.' H. L Open Sundays 8:30 am. to 1:00 p.m. ,
Bostwick. former resident
E. G. a
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and Phone 778.1411
Night 778.2075Welcome
of Gulf Boulevard, Anna Maria, has
Mrs. W. Ma 11 en of Orlando.,.J. C.
returned to the Island and is making
Ryan of Albany, N. Y...Mr. and
his permanent home with the Omer
Mrs. McDufferofClarks-
George Bernards of Gulf Drive, Holmes APBARESORTWEAR
ville, Ind..Mr. and Mrs. FrancisW. Beach.

Clayden of Middletown, N. J. .

...Mr and Mrs. William O. Lind- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Re- BUILDER OF HOMES

say of Wayne, Mich. don of Crescent Drive, Anna Maria Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr.
have been Mr. and Mrs. H. Beggsof : Additions. :Trustworthy estimates FOR
and Mrs. K. D. Betz of Pin II a s Pontiac. Mich. given.NORMAN .

Park. .
ROSEDALE. Anna Maria MEN & WOMEN
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. Mrs. Nora Gray and Mrs. Charles Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591

Wesley Farnsworth and party of DRESSESSPORTSWEARBEACHWEARSIZES
-
Madison, Wis.LEGAL. SPECIALSTHIS
10 to 20 & 12K to 2472}
WEEKEND ONLY

NOTICES VISIT OUR HAWAIIAN ROOMPhone

Statement of Ownership, managementand Women's Shorts 20H Gallon Women's Blouses 6 Bolts Material
circulation of "The Islander, published
weekly at Anna Maria, Florida,*' Broken Lots Galv. Garbage Broken Lots Reg. Layaway
October 1. 1982. Name of Publisher!The T6 3 ds.--S1
Islander Reg. to tl ftft Cans Reg. to 88 778-1161 Plot
Publishing Company, Anna Maria .
Florida} Editor, Stephen B. Kimball. $2.98 Reg. $1.88 $2.29 79*
The owner is The Islander Publishing $2.98 Yd. .A
Company.Business manager, Marjorie p. ..
Kimball. Stockholders! Stephen B. Kimball :"1
,
and Marjorie P. Kimball, Anna Maria -
Florida; William C. Kimball, 1202
Lake,Wilmette,Illinois. No bondholders, ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021
mortgagees or oth.r security h 0 Ide r..
Th. average number of copies of .ach
issue of this publication sold or distributed
through the malls or otherwise to I Christmas AIR cn\nITln: .:nNE.W
paid subscribers during the twelve months I. s fatf:-f*-rnerl preceding the date above was 1407.
Sworn and subscribed to by Stephen B. I issue $,5O
Kimball, president and editor. 0 only per copy SHIPMENT

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME STRAW & RATANHANGING
The undersigned do hereby certify that
they are conducting apartment rental
business under the fictitious name of SHELVES-WIND CHIMES
HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS at 4507-
4509 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, Florida, MOBILES-HANGING BASKETS
and that said firm is composed of the HOSBYG HANGING MONKEYS--ETC., ETC., ETC.
following 'p.rsonswhos. names and
places of residence are as follows! WRAPPING
FREE GIFT AND MAIL
Edward Ceyer
Patricia A. Ceyer ( C JI'P778.1020Y LIBRARY
2716'Avenue C .

Ownership Holmes Beach of HARBOR, Florida LANE APARTMENTS e'/l Sand Dollar Gift SI.
is as follows Edward Ceyer
50%, Patricia A. Geyer-50%. t'. I Shirley and John DujtschtnerWINNERS I t
It is our int.nUon to apply to the Clerkof
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee ', ',',,'
County, Florida, to register the said
name of HARBOR LANE APARTMENTSunder ,
the provisions of Chapter 865.09, Y
Law of Florida Acts of 1959.
Witness our hands this 16th day of Oct ROBERT POOLE HOLMES BEACHR.
ober, 1962.
Edward Ceyer P. CLACK JR. HOLMES BEACH
Patricia A. Geyer rI STEVE GOODRICH BRADENTON BEACH
2716 Avenue C
Holmes Beach, Florida CATHERINE D. CHASE HOLMES BEACH

10-18, 25} 11-1, 8, '62 I Don Know F' I KENYON CRUM ANNA MARIA

PAT FLANAGAN HOLMES BEACH

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE Anything About

( PAYMENT REQUIRED) Insurance. y THANK YOU ONE AND ALL FOR PARTICIPATION IN OUR

EIGHT LINES-S1.00; MINIMUM SOf SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OPEN HOUSE.


YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 1
Mowing, edging, trimming. .
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient Your PhitCQ
service. Reasonable rates references. DEALER
Ken F.Uow.Phon. 778-2894 after 4i30.
FOR SALES Westinghouse Refrigerator,I
7 cubic feet, good running condition, '.: "
$35. 208K Pin. Ave., Anna Maria. ISLAND TV 778-1703
,
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sal.&Service. "
Bra 4.n toO n Beach Fir. Dept. Frank

n_WANTED arii. TTiunti.Lawn work.Very reasonable WELCOME A P B A

rates for at very 7782639.good work.Your Call Brad.nton Bob Williams "But I'm smart enough to know this. When I )

Herald FOR cm HOMES.i.r. LOTS INVESTMENT want information about any type of cover- NEW & DIFFERENT GIFT Items

PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND, Call age, I go to someone who is an expert and .....-....................
or Write Col. F.A.(Brud) Chilson. KING
REALTY, Realtors. Manatee Avenue that is an independent insurance agent. FLORIDA SOUVENIERS
West at 51st Street, Fairway Center,
Bredenton.Florida.Telephone 746-1121. .:................ ...........
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth-
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank: Why don't you call us about any ques- BINOCULARS

Beard. Phone 778-1431. 'I tion might have about the insur-
FOR SALE! Woman's golf clubs, bag you
and cart plus bag of golf balls, $50. business? There's no obligation. L To Watch The RACES
Also 9 x 10 t.nt in good condition, $25. ance. :,-
Call 778-2491. Harry McCallum. w

FOR SALE! Brand N.w 15 Ft. Fibreglaa Island Hardware

and Call windshield.rough 7782577.water ski 5 Air boat flotation with steering tank. Bay Area Insurance Dobbe's & Marine SupplyIf

it's General Hardware or Houttwores or Garden Supplies, trt have it-
"iSLANDE PHOTOSA an added ser
Vic to our reader, S by 7 enlargements'l F. DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you 774-2111
of any,picture appearing in THE ISLANDER
AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
each. Writer
available 1.25
or*
THE ISLANDER. Anna Matia. or Phone 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYr
778-2021.