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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: April 26, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 546 A MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1962 TEN CENTS

Fire Destroys

t* 65th St Home r '! t Mosquito Control<< Program OutlinedChairman I

Fire almost completely destroyed .. Ii
a small frame house at 201 .. AI Dobbe of the Island the first time an active campaignfor i
65th Street late Sunday after. Chamber of Commerce .mosquito funds has been carried on in I
noon as its two women occupantswere control committee outlinedthe four years. Voluntary contribu !
led to safety by ncighburs. )ear's proposed mosquito tions in 1958 have financed the :
M Miss Maude Robinson and Miss control program at a meeting of program until this year. I
Frances Keating, who lived in the the chamber Thursday evening. Col. Francis A. Chilson made
I house, lost all the furnishings and Because the County Anti-Mo the first contribution to the fund,
nearly all ,their personal possessions squito District overspent its bud. at the chamber meeting. Dobbe
in the blaze, which brokeout f get in fiscal 1960-11, it cannot asked that contributions be givento
at 5:30 p.m. furnish larviciding materials to any chamber of commerce
Island Fire Marshal Leon Stafford the Island cities this year, according member, or mailed to the Island
said yesterday the cause of w. to a letter from Director Bank, where they will be deposited
the fire was a short circuit in Lawrence M. Rhodes of the dist in a separate account to be
i the omen's: 1960 car, which was rict. used only for mosquito control
! parked in a garage attached to .. ., Dobbe said, however, the county work. Checks should be made pay
home. A neighbor Omar Oudui; i would furnish the chamber a able to "Anna Maria Island Anti-
. heard the horn of the car blowing truck to carry on its Islandwide Mosquito Fund."
I' ; and upon checking on the larviciding program, but that the Fogging to control adult mos-
noise, found the inside of the "HE IS RISEN. HE IS NOT HERE." Several hundred people gatheredat chamber would have to purchaseits quitoes will be dune by the
garage ablaze. the County Beach at dawn Easter morning to hear the story of the own material. The materialwill County in Holmes Beach and I
Flames spread quickly In the Resurrection at the annual Sunrise Service. (Islander Photo) be purchased through the Longboat Key, and by the cities '
house itself, and fire lighting county, at a price much lower in Anna Maria and Bradenton
units of the Anna Maria and Bra BEACH COMMISSION MEETING than it cou'j' be purchased else- Beach, where both cities have fog
denton Beach fire departments where. ging equipment.
were called to the scene, quickly Commission Seeking More Gulf Beach Estimated cost of the season's Dubbe summarized his report
knocking down the flames. larviciding is slightly more than by saying he believed the program -
Stafford said some delay in reporting At a meeting last \\eek of the The study was completed recentlyy! $1,000, with the money to be would be more effective this
the fire was caused by Manatee County Park. !Heath and with the assistance of the county raised by voluntary subscriptions, lear than ever before.
calling the ftradenton operator, Recreation Commission. Chair. engineering and planning depart
rather than calling the fire departments man M. B. Mickey Harrison said: ments. ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ''I
directly. He praised the "We should urge the County Commission Chilson proposed that the
volunteer firemen for an "excel to put funds into its bud county bear the cost of land improvements Tourist Information Center Discussedthe 1
lent job. get next year to acquire more on the tract, whichis
Credited with helping lead the Gulf front beach property north now largely sea level, or belowsea The possibility of a chamberof committee will try to ascertainif
two women to safety were Oudin, and south of the existing county level, mangrove swamp. The commerce operated tourist information enough businessmen are interested -
Bill Dahlgren and 12-year-old beach." Kiwanis club would provide park booth on the Island was in supporting the project.
f Steve.,Bernard. ,Neither of the women "We have been negotiating.. with ing space, a clubhouse building, one of the principal subjects discussed Several members spoke of the
seemed to suffer any ill ef some property owners, but with- bathing beach, marina facilities .,at last ,week's meeting .of desirability of maintaining an Island *
leas from their experience, and out results so far. We are tryingnot and boat basin, if not conflictingwith the Island Chamber of Com- Chamber of Commerce or- I
are staying at the home of a to think in terms of condemnation any commercial boat facilities merce. ganization after the merger of the
neighbor until they leave for their rather we are thinking in in the area, a Softball diamond Col. F. A. Chilson, chairmanof present chamber with the new I
summer home Huntington, L. terms of negotiation." bathhouse with showersand a committee to investigate the countywide chamber becomes ef
I., N. Y.Stafford. Harrison also spoke of the possibility dressing rooms, and a snack matter, reported on the commit- fective.
said he talked with insurance of more public beach at .bar. The facility would be operated tee's findings. He said there President Bill Lee appointedJohn
company adjusters Mon the north end of the Island (in by the club on a nonprofitbasis. should be three such booths, one Beckett, Bob Hoffman and 1.
day, and theycalled the home, together the event the disputed area at at each of the Island bridges, Jean-Paul St. Laurent as a committee t
with its contents, and the the south end of the Island does Estimated cost of raising the with the estimated cost of opera- to work with the county-
car, a complete I08!'. It was covered not become public property). level of the land by filling would tion of each booth, about $350 wide chamber on joining that
b\ insurance. Commissioner Walter S. Hardin be S315 per foot for each acre, per month. group, and Al Dobbe, Ralph Par-
said he felt it would be more advisable or $&1,500 to raise the entire Permission has been give the rish and Paul Endriss as a com
.a because of the cost of ad. 75 acres four feet, or $11 ,125 chamber to use part of the north mittee to nominate directors from
ditional buildings, to expand the to raise it five feet. Other expenditures end of the County Beach pavilionfor the Island chamber to serve on
present county beach rather thanto would be for seawall and an an information center: and the board of the county chamber. .
seek sites in other locations. entrance road, bringing the total -- .- 1
Based on the heause of the estimated cost for site preparation -t It ta te
Manatee County Beach this lear, to approximately $150,000. ;:,", .. .:.."'" *., J ., "
the commission voted to ask the Chilson explained an alternate
{ County Commission for permis plan of obtaining fill material.He .
sion to proceed to acquire addi said Flamingo Cay, a land
tional Gulf frontage adjacent to development immediately! cast of
the present beach if possible.The the tract in question, has a dredge
MRS. ELIZABETH B. COOMBS beach commission was ing agreement to make a deep
asked to consider development of channel from its development to
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Coombs, 76, a 75-acre county-ouned tract between the main north-suuth boat than
of 209 Spring Avenue, Anna Maria Flamingo Cay and Perico nel to the west, and in dredgingthe
died suddenly at her resi- Island as a public recreation area. channel, would have more
denceSaturday evening, April 21. Col Francis A. Chilson, representing than enough spoil material to do
A native of Toledo, Ohio, she the Manatee Kiwanis all the filling necessary. lie said
had been a resident of Anna Maria Club, suggested join development the county could obtain the spoil Mj : r- w
of the the Count and the for an estimated ten cents
for 14 years. She was the wi- area by ) per|
dowof the late J. Frank Coombs. club. cubic yard.Harrison.
In the Manatee County said it is not
Survivors Lorraine February > ecunomocall -
are a daughter Y
Commission granted the club ) feasible or advisable
C. Fisherof Buffalo, N. Y.;
90 days in which to make a to consider doing; the work now,
a step-daughter, Inez G. North feasibility study of developing the but it would he l considered when
Maumee, Ohio, who was visit- tract into a recreation facility. the dredging; is ready to be done.:
ing Mrs. Coombs at the time of
BURNED OUT HOME and car on 65th Street of Miss Frances Keating .
Van-
her death; a brother, Roy
and Miss Maude Robinson. Insurance officials called house total loss.
Gunter of New Port Richey and (Islander Photo)
one' grandchild.She .
was a member of the National *
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Association of Retired
Civil Employees; the Anna Maria V ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Garden Club; the Anna Maria Island g j .. .. ..
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Temperatures Water Rainfall
Women's Club; the Women'sGuild -
Church Bam Noon 6pm High
of Roser Memorial ,
and the Manatee County Repub- Apr. 17--58 68 64 74 74 None
lican Club. Apr. 18--62 76 68 78 75 None
Funeral services were held at v Apr. 19--64 72. 74 80 73 None
Funeral Home Shannon Wednes- Apr. 20--70 74 71 82 '74%_ None
day afternoon, with the Rev. Ed- 4 Apr. 21--67, 82 70 86 76 ".....None
ward Williams of Holmes Beach Apr. 22--68 80 74 87 74 None
officiating. Interment at Manaso- Part of the large crowd which gathered late Sunday afternoon to witness Apr. 23--66 78 72 86 74 NoneYonge
fire on 65th Street. Islander Photo)
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P. e2 THE ISLANDER Thursday.. April 26.. 1962
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The Islander CAP EXERCISEThe
ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

TELEPHONE Anna Maria Island Squadron, APRILHIGH- ---LOW-
778-2021 Civil Air Patrol, recently took partin
the annual weekend exercise of 2& Thur. ------.-:- 312. p.m. 1.6 .--.-.--.-- 11s40( p.m. 0.7
Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL 71 Fri. N-NN-N-N-N-N ":"7 p.m. 1.5 ...NNNNNN.NNN-....-.
Group Vffi of the Florida CAP Wing,
News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL @ held this at Punta Gorda. 28 Sat. 9:37 a.m. 1.0 6:25 p.m. 1.4 121..6 a.m.0.7 12:32 p.m. 0.8
year 29 Sun. 91 a.m. 1.1 7153 p.m. 1.3 1:4" a.m. 0.6 la58 p.m. 0.6
Moll Address Anna Maria, Florida Cadets of the local squadron com- 30 Mon. 9:53 a.m. 1.2 9111 p.m. 1.2 2:32 a.m.0.4 3:02 p.m. 0.3
bined with those of Bradenton Cadet

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for. six months, payable In Squadron, onSaturday: won first MAY
advance..Canada, $5.00 per year. place in the boys' division,and second 1 Tue. 10:09 a.m. 1." 10:21 p.m. 1.2 3:1.. a.m.0.3 3:57 p.m.0.1
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for place in the girls' division.On 2 Wed. 10:30 a.m. 1.5 11:25 p.m. 1.2 3:50 a.m. 0.0 ":"7 p.m.0.4
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. Sunday, the local squadron 3 Thur. 1015 a.m. 1.7 --..-...---. :22 a.m. 0.2 5:32 p.m.0.6
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. 4 Fri. 12126 a.m. 1.0 11:20 a.m. 1.8 ":"9 a.m. 0." 6118 p.m.0.8 :
commander, Capt.H. J. Templin, 5 Sat. 1:28 a.m. 0.9 11:49 a.m. 1.9 5:14 a.m. 0.6 7:0" p.m. 0.8 ;.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn was in charge of the annual Group 6 Sun. 2:36 a.m. 0.8 12:22 p.m. 2.0 5:3.c a.m. 0.7 7151 p.m.0.8
VHI SARCAP (Search and Rescue, 7 Mon. ":21 a.m. 0.8 12:59 p.m. 1.9 5:40 a.m. 0.7 8t41 p.m.0.7
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9:35
independent weekly published every Thursday by CAP). 8 Tue. --- 1:42 p.m. 1.8 -- p.m.0.6
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THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida A of 52 adults and 52 cadets 9 Wed. 2:33 p.m. 1.7N -- -NNN 10:33 p.m.0.5
I group 10 Thur. .....-.........- 3:38 p.m. 1.5 ...-..-..--- 11:32 p.m.0.4 +H
practiced in operations, communi- .
Entered second class 11 Fri. 8:38 0.9 4:58 1.4 10:51 0.9
as matter under the Act of March 3,1879. a.m. p.m. a.m. ---NN-NN-NNN
cations, intelligence, information, 12 Sat. 8:50 a.m. 1.0 6:24 p.m. 1.2 12:28 a.m. 0.3 12128 p.m. 0.7
registration and other phases which 13 Sun. 9:00 a.m. 1.1 7:42 p.m. 1.1 1117 a.m. .0.2. 11..3 p.m. 0.5 t
would be used in an acutal mission. 14 Mon. 9:12'a.m.. 1.2 8:51 p.m. 1.1 1158 a.m.0.1 2.0 p.m. 0.3 {
The Air Force officer who evalu- 15 Tue. 9:28 a.m. 1." 9:50 p.m. 1.0 2:33 a.m. 0.1 3:27 p.m. 0.1 J
EDITORIALS. ated the exercise called it one of 16 Wed. 91.(6 a.m. 1.5 10:41 p.m. 1.0 3:04 a.m. 0.2 :07 p.m.0.2 I''
of the best he had 17 Thur. 10:07 a.m. 1.6 11:28 p.m. 1.0 3:31 a.m. 0.3 .c(6 p.m.0.3 "
seen. .... .. I
18 Fri. 10:29 a.m. 1.8 - 3:57 a.m. 0.5 5:23 p.m. 0.5 .
19 Sat. 12:13 a.m. 0.9 10:54 a.m. 1.9 4:19 a.m. 0.6 6:02 p.m. 0.6 !'
SIGN OFF HIGH TWELVE CLUB 20 Sun. 1102 a.m. 0.9 11:22 a.m. 2.0 :38 a.m. 0.7 63 p.m.0.7 ,t
21 Mon. 1156 a.m. 0.8 11:55 a.m. 2.1 ":51 a.m. 0.7 7129 p.m.0.8 .,
William B. Lee well known Island
22 Tue. 3:02 a.m. 0.8 12:33 p.m. 2.1 ":"7 a.m. 0.7 8:18 p.m. 0.8 ,
The Island the efforts of the builder, and president of 23 Wed. ...-.-....-.- 1:17 p.m. 2.1 .......-.-.-.- 9:13 p.m.0.8 \
through the Island Chamber of Commerce, 24 Thur. .---------.-N2:10 p.m. 1.9 ........-....-- 10.10 p.m. 0.7 \
sign committee of the Island Chamber of TOLL| I BRIDGE will be the at the meet- 25 Fri. -....-...--.... 3:15 p.m. 1.7 ...-........-.-. 11:08 p.m.0.6 \
Commerce, and particularly the efforts of speaker 26 Sat. 7156 a.m. 1.1 4:39 p.m. 1.5 10:50 a.m. 1.0 .....--.....-.. {
Jean-Paul St.Laurent,chairman of the com ing of the Island High Twelve 27 Sun. 8:07 a.m. 1.2 6:15 p.m. 1.3 12:05 a.m.0.4 12:32 p.m. 0.8 i-
mittee, has fared well during the past yearin Club at the Gulf Terrace Restaurant 28 Mon. 8:26 a.m. 1.4 7:19 p.m. 1.1 12:56 a.m.0.2 115 p.m. 0.4
the matter of directional signs,a matter FREE EXIT on Wednesday, May 2. 29 Tue. 8:50 a.m. 1.6 9:17 p.m. 1.0 12 a.m. 0.0 3:00 p.m. 0.1 j
long overdue for favorable action. 30 Wed. 9:17 a.m. 1.7 10:41 p.m. 1.0 2:23 a.m. 0.2 3155 p.m.0.2
31 Thur. 9:46 a.m. 1.9 12:00 Mid. 1.0 2:59 a.m. 0.5 ":"5 p.m.0.5
Since the installation of the directional
Be well.informed, Read The For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide reading n f
to the Island both the Chamber of Commerce and the State
signs by Islander. low tide
and add one hour, six minute to reading. 1;
Road Department--the latter a result of the former--one Island busi- "
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nessman, who claims to have kept an accurate account of the results, .
reported to last week's Chamber of Commerce meeting that Island Don't take a chance
traffic has increased 13 per cent as a direct result of the signs.
However,much of the benefit the Island and its businessmen from
the directional signs is offset by one little sign near the Cortez Bridgeon with { r
Route 789--the sign pictured at the right above. It is only about
one by two feet in area,but extremely effective in conveying its mes-
sage--TOLL BRIDGE FREE EXIT with an arrow pointing right. UNM LEADERSHIP
And--human nature being what it is--about nine out of each ten
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northbound off-Island motorists follow the suggestion, and direction,and .

leave the Island at that point, after having seen about a quarter of the

Island.And.forever afterward, those motorists are able to say they have Let's keep growing I I..
seen Anna Maria Island and didn't like it.

Perhaps some readers. are inclined to discount the importance of the S
sign in question,and to feel that the number! of cars lured off the Island with T
by the promise of a free exit is small.If so, we suggest that they take
the time and trouble to count the traffic,and figure the percentage of
PROVEN PERFORMANCE!
out-of-state and off-Island cars which leave via the Cortez Bridge.As .
the drivers who manage to ignore the offer of a free exit from f I

the Island travel north along 789, they reach in a few blocks, the new t tS
north-south state highway,and if not acquainted with the Island,many S
follow that cut-off and end up on the approach to the Anna Maria (

Bridge, and usually succumb to the second offer to leave the Island, t t'j

no doubt feeling they are running out of chances.
these obstacles? First the Free Exit Paid Political Advertisement ,
How to overcome. move sign .........r......,
around the corner or fo the bridge approach itself, and second, erect
some signs showing a suggested scenic drive along the old state road,

through Holmes Beaci to Anna Maria, around the loop, and return! Utlt.U" AUTO PAINTING
Let's give those andering visitors a break and show them the Island! 1
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Good CitizenshipLate S

FORDify your present Ford ODY REPAIR

Sunday afternoon a serious fire broke out in a home on 65th
Street, a fire which apparently had a good start before the Island fire with the kind of service
departments were summoned. Another delay was caused by calling the EXPERT WORK

Bradenton operator instead of reporting the fire directly to the nearest that retains the driving
Island fire station.

Both delays had some effect on the time it took for the firemen to pleasure and reliability By I
reach the fire and to extinguish it. And while no one can report a fire
until he knows of its existence, a lesson can be learned from Sunday's built into
fire--a lesson all of us well could heed--that of learning ahead of time COMPETENT MEN

what number to call in the event of a fire, remote though the chance every new
may be.Have the number written down in several places, where it
can be seen easily, and then call that number if you want to call the Ask For Estimate
fire department! *
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Another lesson to be learned from Sunday's fire is that a car parked /.t. '

carelessly on a narrow street leading to a fire can hinder the firemenin .\.. -- ..................................................
reaching the fire, and could under some circumstances cause serious
damage or even loss of life.And several dozen cars can block a street
FOR PAINTING AND BODY REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES-
completely, even as they did Sunday!

Chairman Walter W. Botkin of the Island Fire Control District, said CALL LARRY PALUMBO, BODY SHOP MANAGER <<
this week that the cars of spectators are always a problem at fires here, '-

but never to the same degree they were Sunday. FOR MOTOR TUNE UP (WE FORDify YOUR FORD)-- .
The Bradenton Beach tank truck became stuck in the sand when it -f<
had to take to the fields to detour some of the many spectators'cars CALL BOB SULLIVAN, SERVICE MANAGER ;.t-, :. \
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left on 65th Street. ,
Many municipalities have ordinances making it a misdemeanor to WORLD'S FINEST FORD SERVICE"J
interfere with a fire truck with provisions for heavy fines for violators.
Does the Island need such ordinances?


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Island Bowling League Wiggins At SeminarThe CUB PACK 7 TO MEET PIECK--HUTH ENGAGEMENT
MONDAY Dr. and Mrs. Virgil H. Pieck of
Rev. and Mrs. Richard K. 3'y
1332 Biscaya Drive Miami Beach,
Wiggins of Anna Maria are at- Island Cub Pack 7 will meet at
; have announced the engagement of
(. tending a five-day seminar for the Manatee County Beach pav- their daughter Penny to DaiTiel Frederick II I
ministers and their wives this t I
ilion at 7:15 p.m. Monday, April Huth son of Dr. and Mrs. E. II
week in Columbus, Ohio. The
30.
W. Huth of Holmes Beach. II I
seminar is being held at the First
1. Awards.were made as follows Miss Pieck attended Miami Beach .rare,
Community Church in Columbus, r
and ministers and their wives, of at the last meeting of the pack: High School, and graduated from I
several denominations, and from Randy Bricker, Lion Silver Ar- the University of Miami in 1961,
row Point; Mike Barnes, Lion where she majored in Fine Arts and
all
of the
parts country, are par- I
BOWLING LEAGUE FINAL ticipating in discussions, work- Badge; Philip Salva, Lion Badge; Spanish.She I
,shops and worship. Buzzy Baer, Bear Silver Arrow was a member of Kappa Pi, a I
INDIVIDUAL AVERAGESBob Point; Joe Daher, Bear Gold Ar- national honorary; an exhibiting J1kTJMISS i

Guild............................ 180 ISLAND EXCHANGE CLUB row Point; John Francis, Bear member of Miami Lowe Art Gallery I
Andy Rasmussen.................... 175 Badge and Bear Gold Arrow Point; and a contributing art staff memberof :
Roger Haynes......................173 The Exchange Club of Anna Rodney Hoard Wolf Gold and HURRICANE and TEMPO, Univ- ----. -- --- .t'
I Jack Colson......................... 172 Maria Island will meet at the Silver Arrow Points Alan ersity publications.Mr. PENNY PIECK >
i Clyde IIarm an.........................172 Holmes Beach Yacht Club at 7 ; Tripp, Huth attended Manatee High
: George Thibodeau..................171 Wolf Badge; Joe Hutchinson, School and Bolles School in Jack- honorary society, Mot-Mot. |
I Kayo Keding.........................170 p.m., Thursday, April 26. Wolf Badge, and John Norwood,
Lefty Miller..........................167 Hollie C. Ellis, president, will, Bobcat Pin. sonville, and graduated from the Whilea student at the University,
Tom Edwards........................166 name members of various commi- University Miami in June, 1961, he was host of the MIAMI HERALD'Sall
I Aaron VanOstenbridge...........166 ttees, and delegates to the 40th All five dens presented clever majoring in Radio-Television-Film night radio show "Miami at
George Dykstra..................... 165 annual convention of Florida skits on the islands of the world. with a minor in Advertising.In Night" and is currently employed at
, Hugh Holmes......................... 165 Den 4 won the attendance and 1960,he was awarded first placein WKAT'Inc. He recently signed a
Dan Knauf.............................164 State Exchange Clubs will be se achievement doodad. and the students contract for a supporting role in the I
t Frank Moc.............................164 lected. This year's conventionis copy layout among
George Slee.........................164 to be held at Redington Beach, DONALD M. HOUGHTON of advertising at the Univer- nationally syndicated television series -
\ Rob Khipple......................... 164 St. Petersburg. Donald M. Houghton, 75, of 713 sity by the Advertising Associationof EVERGLADES, aZIV-United
Steve Alex........................... 162 North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, diedat Greater Miami.He also was pres- Artists Production.
Dick Connick.......................162 ident of the Radio-Television-Film A fall wedding is planned.
Frank Davidson.....................162 Dave Boozer........................145 Memorial Hospital, Bradenton, .
I Lloyd Hanson........................ 162 Ernie Bradow.........................145 Tuesday, April 17, Born in Concord,
Jim Wuichet...........................'62 Ernie Schmidt........................ 145 Mass. he was a resident of Mason, RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
Harry Callahan.......................161 nick Swauger.......................145 N. H. ,and had been a winter resi-
Chuck VerMett.....................160 George Wagner....................... 144 dent of the Island for six years. luxury accommodations' r-.17'JfjiJ: +;;
Harvey Meyer.........................159 Glenn Carlson........................143 Before his retirement,he was include: /' -::
Eddie Kiese......................... 159 Bill Gibson.......................... 143 of president EFFICIENCIES| llI A'I.V. "l .
Earl Drew............................ 158 John Duytschaver.................. 142 of the Atlas Tack Co. Fair- BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS 'APARTM&NTS"i al
Earl Parks..........................158 Ralph Kleinbeck...................142 haven,Mass.Survivors are his wife, :
Ray Haverkos....................... 157 Cotton Brewer........................141 Mrs. Gertrude'F. Houghton; two SURF and POOL BATHING
John Holmes........................156 Walt Sparks........................... 141 sons, Francis D. Houghton of Wil- For Reservations or Information Call 778-1511 .
Bud Hottman........................156 Leon Stafford.........................141 mington,Del.and Philip S. Houghton :
Roy Ferguson....................... 155 Earl Webb............................. 141 of Watertown, Conn. and a Or Write: Box 366 I
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Ray Schnchard.....................154 Dick Wagner. 140 Anna Maria Florida
Dutch Bach..........................153 Mickey Banyas.......................139 daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Russell of ,
Gene Moss..........................153 Don Irwin..............................139 Greenville, N. H.
Vic Reinel............................. 153 Roy Phillips..........................138 Local arrangements were in chargeof
Mace Hinkle......................... 152 Ed Haverkos..........................137 Griffith-Cline Island Chapel.
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1 Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 26, 1962Let's

; WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD Roser Guest SpeakerJohn CORTEZ FISH FRY FRIDAY

GoFishing The board of directors of the Anna Shereda of Bradenton, a Members of the Women's Auxili-

Maria Island Woman's Club will contractor and lay preacher, will ary of the Cortez Fire Department
11 the Anna Maria will serve a fish fry Friday from 4:30
meet at CommunityHall be the guest speaker Sunday,
at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 28. April 29, at Roser Memorial p.m. until everyone if fed.
Proceeds from the will be
Church. Shereda has been a member supper
STAR CLUB MEETINGThe of Gideons International for used to send 9-year-old Linda Tho-

Anna Maria Island Star Club 25 years, an organization whichis mpson to the Cornell Medical Cen-
I Bottom fishing from the Cortez will meet at the Annie Silver Community nonsectarian and which has as ter in New York City for diagnosis

deep sea charter boats has been Hall at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, members, Christian business and and possible treatment. Linda has
excellent in recent days, with May 1. professional me It carries outa spent several months in local.hospitals -

plenty of grouper and red snap ders of Akron, Ohio, a 30 pound broad ministry of Scripture suffering from some disease
per being landed. grouper, and E. A. Leland of To- distribution in nearly 60 coun which her doctors have been unableto
Leading catches by the Best Bet t' name.
ledo 24
a pound grouper. tries.The .
passengers are as follows: Tues Saturday: F. A. Reynolds of 9 a.m. worship service will Everyone is invited to attend the ;

day: J. G. Rampey of Pensacola, Roanoke, Va.,. a 24V- pound be conduced by George Norwood, fish fry, where "all you can eat"
26 pound grouper, and Charles grouper, and Philip Thomas of chairman of the Board of Dea will be served for $1 for adults or
Morana of St. Petersburg, 21 Miami, a 23 pounder. cons, with the other deacons as- 50'cents for children.
pound and the 11:15 worship
grouper.On CaJ>t. Sonny Davis' passengers sisting
a trip which left at 9:30 aboard the Admiral have been service will be conducted by Paul
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.p.m. Friday and returned at 4, landing some nice grouper, with Krone, chairman of the Board of
a.m. Sunday, Loren Green of J. E. Gillum of Oshkosh, Wis. Trustees, with the other trustees
Caro, Mich. caught the largestfish assisting. y. ;
the leader on :Monday, with a 25 ,
a 34 pound grouper; Roy pound grouper; Frank Kieft of I
Smedley of Bradenton, a 32 Lake Mich. 23 ISLAND WOMAN'S CLUBA Steve Bernard, 12-year-old son of
Spring a pounder,
pound grouper, and Nate Halo- and Vance Mr.and Mrs. Omer Bernard of Gulf
Greenman of Marshall, Mother's Day breakfast and the (1
ski of Chicago, a 31 pounder. A Mich. 17 Drive, who distinguished himself (
a % pounder. last meeting of the season of the Island -
, total of 3,500 pounds of fish Sunday of the
was Scahenck 22 by assisting one occupants -
! Friday: George a Woman's Club will be held at
caught on the trip, with 1,200 I black Frank of blazing house to safety.
pound grouper; the home of Mrs. George Clark of
, pounds of it red snapper. Steve is a seventh grade student at
Kieft
20 and Charles
a pounder, Pepper Tree Lane Anna Maria at
\ The 36-hour trip leaving Friday -. Walker Junior High, and one of the
Summer of Aurora Ill. 16
I I .. a 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 2.
I evening is now ,a regularfeature pounder. better pitchers in the Island Little
of the Best Bet schedule, Islander Photo
(
Saturday: Frank Kieft, 16V VFW AUXILIARY League. )
\ and the of the catch
unloading pound grouper, and Sis Sharp of
I is delayed until 9 a.m. Sunday Pass.a-Grille, Robert Porter of Members of the Auxiliary of VFW
\ in order to give anyone interestedan St. Petersburg, and Helen Morrisof Post 8199 recently gave an Easter Mr. and Mrs. John Storm of New HARRY M. RIFE
, opportunity to watch the pro Sarasota tied for second, each party for 50 patients at Bay Pines Orleans,and daughter Linda, visit- LICENSED

f I ceedings. with a 15 pound grouper. Veterans Hospital distributing col- ors this week at the home of Mrs.
, i Sunday: C. S. Robinson of ored eggs cupcakes soft drinks and Storm's parents Mr. and Mrs. Hen- PAINTING CONTRACTOR

I Maurice DeClercq landed the Cortez, 24 pound grouper; Bill cigarettes. ry Waitt of 77th Street. (Islander BONDED AND INSURED
I I largest fish caught by passengers Augsberger, Bradenton, 22 pound Auxiliary members who went to Photo)
" I aboard the Admiral Too on Wed.nesday's grouper, and Morris Wright of the hospital were Mrs. Harry Mc-
: trip, a 21 pound black Palmetto, an 18 pounder. Ca 11 urn, the Auxiliary's hospital
r" grouper, with John Curtis of Monday: Douglas Maholy of chairman; and Mrs. John Yarrow c" Beach Bendix

Lansing, Mich. second, with a Chicago, an 18 pound grouper; Mrs. J. E. Raymond Grace Brierly
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16V pound grouper, and Sidney Sis Sharp, a 15$ pounder, and and Edith Peyser. The group's next
Boulton of Ludington, Mich. third of at the hospital will be
Mickey MacMonigle Hemp. party on Flag. Laundry
with a 14 pounder. stead, N. Y., a 14 pounder. Day. ?jf
Friday: Jim Bruney of Cortez, :
31 pound black grouper, whichhe =ir
entered in the 778-2295
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Thursday, April 26. 1962 THE Page 5
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,. CHURCHESHARVEY ANNUAL SPRING BIRD COUNTEDITOR'S A slight increase was noted in the Forster's Tern 2 Yellow Throated Warbler 1
Chestnut Sided Warbler
/=f". 13 1
Least Tern
number of birds such
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wading r
The Islanderis egrets
NOTE
MEMORIAL CHURCH : Black Poll Warbler 2
(Non-Denominational) indebted to Mr. and Mrs. Tal- and herons, probably due to Royal Cabot's Tern,Tern ..".\ 57 5 Pine Warbler 4
Bradenton Beach the drought conditions in southern Flor- ") Prairie Warbler 49
bot M. Brewer for following Black Skimmer 108 '
KLV. A. W. SIMMS
Palm Warbler
account and box score of the ida.Another Mourning Dove 150 37
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of the mi- Oven Bird 1
SUNDAY vagary spring Ground Dove 43
: annual bird count the
spring on
Louisiana Water Thrush 1
that Chuck Wills Widow 2
last
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. grations was year's count
Island. Yellow Throat
6
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. found 41 Baltimore Orioles on the Night Hawk 1

The eighth annual Spring Censusof Island and this year's count found Ruby Throated Humming Bird 7 Hooded Redstart Warbler 11 2
7
Kingfisher
BERNARD MISSION Birds the Island not one.
on was completedlast Flicker 31 House Sparrow 191
/Vl Iisi; m:\'. HUM: K. TVELSM1LUK:
week by Charles Atwood Mrs. Results of the count follow: Red Bellied Woodpecker 21 Meadowlark 14
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. J. Hartley Blackburn and Jean Common Loon 1 Red Headed Woodpecker 3 Red Wing 382

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.Brettle. Pied Bill Grebe 1 Downy Woodpecker 6 Orchard Oriole 26
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Talbot M. Brown Pelican 82 Eastern Kingbird 4 Boat Tailed Crackle 3
Common Crackle 54
WEDNESDAYS: Cormorant 45 Grey Kingbird 15
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. Brewer,John Cairns Mrs. C. Cort- Anhinga 1 Western Kingbird ," 5 Cowbird 2
land Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Scarlet 1
Hay ,Magnificent Frigate Bird 3 Crested Flycatcher 14 Tanager
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Hurd Dr. Davies Lazear,Miss Mary Great Blue Heron 20 Barn Swallow 1 Summer Tanager 10 I.
Cardinal 62
RE!. LEE RATUFF, Pastor Miller Mr.and Mrs.R. D. Morgan, Common Egret 45 Blue Jay ? 51 Rose Breasted Grosbeak 1
THURSDAY Mrs.Clyde Phelps,Charles P. Pres- Snowy Egret 19 Common Crow 0 1
: Blue Grosbeak 13
Cattle Egret 1 Fish Crow }.* .- 60
3:00 p.m. Jr. C. A. ton and Carl F. Scott. Louisiana Heron 17 (House Wren 1 Indigo Bunting 18

7:30 p.m. Finance Committee. As usual, the Island was divided Little Blue Heron 20 Carolina Wren 12 Goldfinch 2
SUNDAY: into ten sections from the south end Green Heron 23 Mocking Bird *' 231 Towhee 46

9:45 a ra. Sunday School. to the north point, and the workers, Black Crowned Night Heron 6 Catbird ,. 62 Savannah Sparrow 4
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. singly or in pairs covered assigned Yellow Crowned Night Heron 3 Brown Thrasher M S 16 Other species seen during week
6:30 Youth Choir.
p.m. Wood Stork 15 Hood Thrush 1 of count, but not on the day of the
territories.It the
7:30 Worship Service. probably was most
p.m. \\hitelbis 47 Cedar Waxwing 12 count, were: White Pelican, Cas-
MONDAY: difficult of any such census taken. Roseate Spoonbill 22 Loggerhead !Shrike -: 23 pian Tern, Yellow Billed Cuckoo
6:30 p.m. R.A. Neither the weather nor the birds Mottled Duck 21 Starling 102 Screech Owl, Chimney Swift, Yel-

TUESDAY: were cooperative. During the week Lesser Scaup Duck 74 White Eyed Vireo 1 low Bellied Sapsucker, Swainson's
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. preceding the census even the is- Red Breasted Merganser 34 Red Eyed Vireo 1 Warbler, Northern Water Thrush,

WEDNESDAY 7:30 : and land's resident birds seemed to be Bob White 3 Black and White Warbler 7 Painted Bunting and Killdeer.
p.m. Prayer Chapel Clapper Rail 3 Prothonotary Warbler 5
Meeting. in hiding, and migrating birds did I 1
Piping Plover 1 Worm Eating Warbler. 4
/ 8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. not come. through in flocks at all. Snowy Plover.;,:i 2 Blue Winged Warbler 1 PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

; Nevertheless field workers 1 Ringed Plover 19 Parula Warbler 5 TELEVISION
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(Non-Denominational) (some starting at 7 a.m. some fin- Wilson's Plover 7 Magnolia Warbler 1 AIRCONDITIONERSExpert

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor ishing at 6:30 p.m.) found a total Black Bellied Plover 98 Cape May Warbler 3 and Prompt Service
of 112 different Ruddy Turnstone 72 Black Throated Blue Warbler 1
species,amountingto .
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THURSDAY: total of 4
a 3,756 individual birds.A .
7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir Rehearsal. Spotted Sandpiper 10 -
comparison between this r
year'sreportand
SUNDAY: Solitary Sandpiper 3
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-. .9:00 a.m. Worship Service. lastyear'smay be of in- Willet 114 THE FINEST IN FRENCH *tM NF.
I 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. terest.Last year's count showed 119 Knot 8 In a Romantic.Atmosphere Provincial French

I 11:15 a.m. Worship Service. species, 4,263 individual birds. Least Sandpiper 14
I 6:30 p.m. Intermediate and Sr. This year's decrease of more than Dunlin 19
Youth Fellowship. 500 in"the total count certainly was Dowitcher 22 t Opmtaktir
I I TUESDAY: Semi Palmated Sandpiper 9
due to the windy day and scarcityof
7:00 Club Sanderling 178
Couple's Meeting.
p.m.
migrating flocks, because the Herring Gull 68 NORTH FND OK LONGBOAT KEI'Luncheon
WEDNESDAY: at 12 Dinner at C .m.
p
count of resident
some breedingbirds Billed Gull 139
Ring
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 7.
\ 7:30 p.m. Church Council Meet- increased by as much as 50<7o. Laughing Gull 450 Sorosota 3882805He's C

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MRS. MARIE GRONER DEAN. '"1' ,
Melton-Jordan WeddingMr. ..... ,. ,f-- .j it ..
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Mrs. Marie Groner Dean, 70, of .'. ; :t _
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and Mrs. Charles Jordan 2714 Avenue C, Holmes Beach,
Va. and Anna Maria
of Suffolk
died at Memorial Hospital, Brad-
Island the marriage of
announce enton, 19.
Thursday
April
their daughter Marie Saunders Ij
2w Born in Mrs. Dean
Jordan to Mr. Lewis Royster Mel. Pittsburgh,
of moved to the Island from Troy,
Va.
ton of Chuckatuck son
Mrs. Luther Melton Sr. and the V. Y. nine years ago. She was a
late Mr. Melton of Tarboro N. C. t I retired nurse. Survivors are a

The wedding took place at the i srf I son, George H. Dean of Troy;
Providence Methodist Church in I two sisters, Mrs. innie Kilbume

Suffolk at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday and Miss Ida Mae Groner, both
April 19. with the Rev. L. R. I of Holmes Beach; five grandchildren -

Nease performing the marriage and three great-grandchil-

ceremony. Wedding music was i I I dren. Toale Brothers Funeral ,, "' <..--. ., ,...__ ......-... ...-..-.- _. -, .-_:- 4-..... __
played by Mrs. Bradford Maskiellof Home was in charge of local ar-
St. Petersburg with Miss JoAnn I' with services and TWO BEDROOM, two bath home at 84th Street and Marina Drive, Holmes
Clark of Norfolk, Va. as rangements, Beach, purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Starrer of Roch
vocal soloist. MRS. LEWIS R. MELTON burial in Troy. ester, N. Y. from Dr. and Mrs. K. W. S tens t rom. The transaction was
negotiated by Ruth Mahar, Realtor, and John B. Prothero, registered
The bride, who was given in couple will make their home in broker. Mr. and Mrs. Starrer, plan to become permanent Island residentsin
marriage by her father, wore a carried bouquets of yellow roses Chuckatuck. Va. September, and Dr. and Mrs. Stenstrom are having another home builton
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of chantilly lace with a and daisies. I. '
gown Drive. Islander Photo
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finger tip veil of silk illusion, and Mr. Luther L). Mellon Jr., bro Florida Southern College, and :Mr.
carried a prayerbook top .1 l with ther of the groom, was best man, Melton is a graduate of Atlantic
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I FOR SALE SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS JACK'S BARGANSLOTS ---

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS
GENERAL MASONRY
DICE FOUR LOTS ADJOINING PUBLIC BEACH, Zoned For

DUPLEX APARTMENTS. ALL FOR $11,0001! TERMS! -

T Complete InstallationsWILLIAM *

FIVE LOTS, FACING GULF DRIVE IN HOLMES BEACH

R. KERMODE ZONED DUPLEX-ONLY $8,250!

is ANNA MARIA 778-2557 r- LOT SPECIALBUY

THIS 75 X 100 LOT ON 68TH, CLOSE TO GULF, WITH
PALMS AND CEDARS, ZONED FOR SINGLE OR DUPLEX,

77'8-2663 ISLAND REALTYHOLMES FOR ONLY $2,800-$300 CASH, AND $25 PER MONTH.

BEACH SHOPPING CENTER LOT WITH GARAGE AND STORAGE BUILDING. BEAUTIFULBIG
TREES, JUST A STEP FROM SHOPPING DISTRICT IN
HERE IT IS: A TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, CANAL "
ANNA MARIA. A REAL BUY AT ONLY $2,2001
FRONT HOME IN ONE OF THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODSIN

Look For These Signs HOLMES BEACH. HAS BOAT DOCK, UTILITY JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2614
ROOM, SCREENED PORCH, CLOSED GARAGE, FURN-
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: -.. ...... NEED WORK?
ISHED. PRICED AWAY BELOW MARKET VALUE AT
ISLAND LAUNDRY AND DRY Small CottageON
'CLEANING BUSINESS FOR ONLY $16,000. TERMS AVAILABLE.P. .

SALE. EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE LOT-Near Gulf-FU RNI I SH ED--You Can't
0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
GOOD YEAR AROUND INCOME.
./1 $10,000 Required. Balance on Beat This at $7,950, and Owner will give good terms.

/ GOOD TERMS. EXPERIENCED An Ideal Retirement Home *

I HELP WILL STAY. Waterfront Lot
.e. PLEASANT, SUNNY, PARTLY FURNISHED THkEE-
90 Feet Seawalled and ready to build-Extra nice residential .
8-UNI7 MOTEL AND LARGE ,
YEAR-OLD HOME ON CORNER LOT IN HOLMES BEACH. .
TWO BEDROOM HOME ON !" section. THIS IS A REAL BARGAIN!III!! $4,000.
SARASOTA BAY. Show except' TWO BEDROOMS, TUB-SHOWER BATH, LIVING ROOM, *

lonally good Incom. Room for DINING AREA, SCREENED PORCH, ELECTRIC KIT
Waterfront HomeSee
\I expansion. PRICE $75,000, CHEN, UTILITY ROOM, CARPORT, PANELRAY GAS
$15,000 Down-Eo.y Terms. us for this LOVELY WATERFRONT HOME. Owneris
HEAT. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT I ONLY$16,000.RUTH .
TWO BEDROOM HOME, ONLY leaving soon,.and has reduced the "price WAY, WAY

TWO YEARS OLD. IN HOLMES MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf BELOW REPLACEMENT COST. This is an exceptional
BEACH. FULL TILE BATH.
Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 opportunity I III I!
of
Op.n beam ceilings, pl.nty
closet space. Boat Dock. Nice
Neighborhood. ONLY $10,575. Bargain $14,9OO- -Furnished PARRISH REALTYPost
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LOCATED BETWEEN GULF DRIVE & BEACH, NORTHOF Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 7781902Residence
MARINA SITE ON SARASOTA
BAY-300 feet on Pav.d Road, HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER-TWO BED 778.2121

I and 300 f..t on deep water. ROOMS, TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA
ZONED COMMERCIALGOODfor
any type of bu.In.... Price ROOM, KITCHEN, CARPORT & UTILITY ROOM. BOTH NEAR GULF

$36,000-Can be bought on time HOUSE AND FURNITURE IN NEW CONDITION.
for 29X Down.
DUPLEX--
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Home With Income
LARGE OFFICE BUILDINGIn Central Heat & AirconditioningEACH .-
COMMERCIAL ZONE. Excellent .
for Professional APARTMENT HAS: TWO BEDROOMS, TILE BATH,
Location PLEASANT CB HOME ON WELL LANDSCAPED 114 by
Offices. Price $17,500.MARINAACCESSORY TERRAZZO FLOORS, CARPORT. COMPLETELY FUR
0 114 LOT. LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE;
NISHED. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT AND ASSUME MORT-
TWO BEDROOMS; ONE AND A HALF CERAMIC TILED
SUPPLY GAGE. NO FINANCE CHARGES.
Business with Beat Storage BATHS;CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

Spaces and Retail Soles ,Shop. JOHN B. PROTHERO SCREENED BREEZEWAY. TWO CAR ENCLOSED GAR-
Excellent Opportunity for the
Right Party. Consult us for de Real Estate Sales & Rentals AGE. ALSO, A TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT, ANDA

tall. Help will stay. 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH SMALL EFFICIENCY APARTMENT FOR INCOME
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PURPOSES-ONLY 26000.EXCELLENT TERMS.

& Canalfront Home ..............................................
BAY CANAL LOTS Large

90 x 100! SeawaJled
$3,500 CASH NICE CB DUPLEX, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
OWN ERS NEED LESS SPACE. WISH TO SELL THEIR
WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA

LARGE BAY FRONT LOT ATTRACTIVE, MODERN HOME WHICH HAS THREE AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
S.awall.d..58,500
BEDROOMS, PLUS A DEN. LOVELY ENCLOSED PATIO FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

Holmes Beach Lots, Closeto WITH SWIMMING POOL, AND COVERED BOAT STOR FISHING PIER. TERMS: 9000.1000 Down, $80 per

Shopping C.nt.r$2,700EACH AGE. IDEAL FOR FLORIDA LIVING. MONTH, OR $8,500 CASH I


JACK HOLMES Realtor
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LOT BUY OF THE WEEK HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
90 x 100 Canal Lot, S.a- BRANCH OFFICES WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
walled and Paved Stre.t AVAILABLE
77th Str..t, Holmes Beach Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876 -
Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
$3,500 Cash BRADENTON BEACH 8Stk STREET

O. A. Ritz SoUimoa" L S. Putnam Salesman US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

t COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

LOVELY WATERFRONT HOMESON
HOME BUY OF THE WEEK
B.for. you make a deposit BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE
on any property, See This2.B.droom
Hom.1 Compl.t, DELIGHTFULLY DESIGNED 2 AND 3 BEDROOM

sly Furnl.h.d-Dlsh.Goal, .11. HOMES, OFFERING TWO FULL TILED BATHS, FLOR. Walter S. Hardin

yerware-Everythlng IDA ROOMS, ENCLOSED GARAGES, UTILITY ROOMS,
Has a beautlfully.land.cap.d -
Realty Company
f.nc.d.ln yard. BuiltIn CENTRAL HEAT, LARGE SEAWALLED LOTS, COMPLETELY -

Electrickltchsn. S.par- SODDED AND LANDSCAPED. Realtors
ate watering .y.t.m. Large
porch with privacy. Utility NEVER BEFORE SUCH VALUES AT SUCH LOW PRICES!
room with w a s h. r. Con. ... .
crete drlv.way and carport. OPEN DAILY FOR INSPECTION.
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made for the hou. Owner KEY ROYALS, INC.

lived h.re only two yeau. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
A real buy-ONLY $12,7501 .JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR, GENERAL AGENT.

TERMS AVAILABLE FIELD OFFICE M& M BUILDINGKEY FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307Ii
PHONE 77B'2614
ROYALE ANNA MARIA


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Page 8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, April 26, J962:

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryan of Pine

Avenue, Anna Maria entertained Mr.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE and Mrs. William Conroy, Mr. and

Mrs. Emil Sonntag, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.loRD BYRON
liam Clark and Mrs. Irene Lanier at

breakfast Easter morning followingthe
Mr. and Mrs.
Tampa Gcurge Sunrise Service.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs.
Johnson of Miami.HALEY'S .
4.
Marjorie Ruclutlcke and family of MOTEL Mr. and Mr.
Remington, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kilbane of :Lakewood, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vandenbrinkand
John Rich of Lansing, I1L Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ralston and
Mrs. Francis Hoopes of Hrndcrbonville
T. Warner and family of St. Peters N. C. J. C. Melton of daughter Lori, all of Columbus, Ohio,

burg.SWARTS'. Jacksonville C. E. Jones of Val have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
SUNSET APARTMENTS: Bruce Ralston of 82nd Street Hol- ,
dosta, Ga. .BE. Young of Washing / '
Mr. and .Mrs. Wilbur Denlinger of ton. D. C. D. W. DcVallc of Falls mes Reach. ,, "
Trotwood Ohio Mr. and Mrs. .M' -
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Church Va. J. F. Beaver of Wabhington. r--_ ..'_ rt.- "
Ralph Denlinger and family of Brooks D. C. Lee McClure of : '- --__.-,. =:-..;. -. '!,i,. '
Denio of Detroit -
R. -
and Mrs. D. .
Mr.
ripe Ohio.HARBOR Washington, D. C. ,./ ; f{<- ,-
LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. with their son-in-law anti daughter Mr. ,; !; '
BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS : -
Monroe of St. Petersburg : and Mrs. D. \Vahnnan, and granddaughter ;. -.'. L .- '
R. .
and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. C. Dkhl of Erie, Midi. ; '...'."..
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Ann, were recent guests of "f ; :.. .- "
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alinesof
Sacane of Maitland Mr. and Skaneateles, N. Y. Hiss Carol: Mrs. Denio's brother and I si! ter-in-law, _- ..,-.=. ...;.rr- -'. '_' -.....' :- ?: -- -,
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Mrs. O. D. Whitman of Jacksonville DePaola of LaGrange Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Homer of Palm :-

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Berry of St. Drive, Holmes Beach. Other remit
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr.
Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Loler O. Ray of New: Or. guests of the Homers* were Mr. and SAND CASTLE which was the work of Island youngsters Dick Connick

C. Jerry of Port Huron, Mich. Mr. leans La. Mr. and lrl. Paul Mrs. Donald Wells.of Columbus. Ohio. and Gordon Burghardt, who are posed behind their handiwork. (Islander
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and Mrs. R. D. White of Bartow Meredith of Piqua, Ohio.S. Photo)
of Mr. The Sarasota Wellesley Club
Russell Burnett Chicago '> met at
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Air.
and Mrs. W. Wilkin of Westwood. N. : the Holmes Beach Yacht Club la't
and Mrs. Greg Frost and family of .
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J. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schussler: of week as it does once a year. Three
Springfield, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
Bricktown, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Froushour of South llrml, members of the club who reside 011 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of RoMrs.. O. Ramsdell of Elm Ave-
Howell J. Walker of Roswell, Ga. the Island are Mrs. Ronald Arilu-r,
Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Davis of Bay Ind. Mr. and Mr. George E. Pa!>C'o Mrs. George Lewis and Mrs. Carl F. chester, N. Y. are house guests of nue, Anna Maria, who underwent
of Cleveland Heights, Ohio Mr.
City, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. and Mrs. Lawrence bhralian and fam Scott. Mr., and Mrs. Harry Cole, who are emergency surgery Sunday morning

Cornell of EndweU, N. Y. Mr. and ily of Wheaton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. vacationing at the Ayala Cottage at Memorial Hospital, Bradenton,
Mrs. Earl L. Johnson of Rockford HI. Visitors to the Island this winter
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John W. Waldvogel of West Sayvillf, on Tuna Street. is reported as "doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Coosman of from Sault Ste. Marie Ontario are as
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bensonof
Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. : follows: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens;
Indianapolis Mr. and Mr .
Hough of Detroit. Boh Wilson; Mrs. Agnes? Elgie: Mr.
Lewis Totaro of Maitland Mr.
ROD AND REEL MOTEL Marvin and Mrs. Fred Johnson Mr. and Mrs.
: : ; ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
and Mrs. M. G. Miller of Orlando.
Essrig and son of Tampa Mr. and Herman Stone; Mr. and Mrs. 11. C.
BEALL APARTMENT Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Whiteside and of : Palmer Miss Judy Palmer Mr. and Maria Island Florida
party Mrs. W. T. Kugler and suns of Albany ; ; Holmes Beach, Anno ,
Tampa John S. Cogs*ell and partyof N. Y. Mrs. R. A. Addison; Mrs. Vivian Last;
Jacksonville William Jamesof Mrs. N. Isham; Mr. and Mrs. W. Ire.
PALM COURT Mr. and !Mrs. 1'cr-
Tampa. .._Charles ,Robinson of ley Chappell of Milford: N. 11. Mr. land; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharpc; Dr. ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
and Mrs. Sagle: Mr. and Mrs. Forgic ,
and Mrs. Joseph PickelingU of :Sclicnettady -
Boston Mike Boston Mr. and Mrs.
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Peter ; ;
Claude Elliott Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance ; VIN
A. Jensen of Milnaukee.
Chambers Mr. and Mrs. B. CLAN
; Myers; YOUR MONEY
NOMAD MOTEL: Dr. and Mr. A.
( Payment Required) Miss Renee Myers; Mr. and Mrs. C. REVLON
Peters and family of Melbourne .
Elgie; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore; BUYS MORE RUBENSTE1N
1.00 inch; sac minimum Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kellner and
Mr. and Mrs.
Yull
Mr. and
party of Clensidc, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Percy ; WHITMAN
Mrs. E. DeCourse Mr. and
Mrs.
Frank W. DeFrwce Jr. of Bristol, Tenn. ;
Horace Gibbs Mr. and COMPLETE
Mrs. Fred
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall and ;
clothing. Dressmaking. Drapes. son Robert of Cincinnati Mr. and Lambert and Delnier MrCauley.A >

JAn. Frank Beard. Phone 7781431. Mrs. Donald Giannini of Burlington, ?e0tl
Wis. E. Bochum of Cleveland, Ohio

SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED . Mrs. Trappe and son of Cleveland, group of Island young people, LINE
ADS have sold Ohio Mr. and Mr George Johnson many home from college or the ser-
Blankets : of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and vice IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
boats
books cars, coins, were guests Saturday eveningat
Mrs. R. Burns and of
dishes, dryers, file cabinets, freezers, family Arlington the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack J(
Heights, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. (
homes DRUG STORE
furniture house trailers, lots,
Reid of Lake Service
Floyd Tosh and family of Spencer. view Drive, Anna Mar-
radios record players, rugs, television
N. Y.CHARLIN.
port, ia.
sets and wood, to mention
only a few. Four lines for 50c mini VILLAS: Mr. and Mr*. They were Dick Seba, Jackie Ku- Open Sundays ':30 0.... to 1:00 p.m.
Dale E. Preston and family of Carlisle,
mum. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. John HerritL blick, Cindy Craven, Eddie Reid,

of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Mr. and Jim Miller, Rosemary Reid, Sharon Phone' 771-1411 Night! 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
OPPORTUNITY FOR LOCAL Mrs. D. J. Marrott and family of Schadt, Leffingwell, Mike Mis- !
SALES AGENT to represent one of Toronto, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. John
nation's oldest and large?* tumid Lindahl and family of Richmond Hill, ner, Posey Havens, .Bob Penning,

fertilizer companies. No invest- Ont. Mr. and Mrs. R. Macaulayand Doug Seba, Stan Kalisch, Ray Hav- SWIM SUITSby

ment. No travel. Work with local family of Rexdalr, Ont. Mr. erkos,Kathy Otto,Sam Cobb,Char-

fanners and service established and Mrs. Clifford Bolandcr and familyof lene Webster, Dale Alderton, Mary ,

accounts. Applicant must know Orlando.. .
Ann VerMett, and Mr. and Mrs.
farming and citrus growing and be PLAYA ENCANTADA: Dr. and
acquainted with in this Mrs. Robert Bo wen and family of Billy Pace.

area. We will train growers and Coventry, Conn. Mr. anti Mrs. COLE OF CALIFORNIA
turn over .
Claude D. Donahey of Windemcrc.DONA .
business already established. DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Pete \ NANI OF HONOLULU
Earnings will range from $4500 to Hametman of Indiana for several
Miss Dobbe of Mr.
Mary daughter
19000 Yearly net. Write fully to weeks. ALFRED SHAHEENROSEMARIEREID :
and Mrs. Frank Dobbe of Haverkos
General Manager. Box 1115 Winter
PANDA DUPLEX: Mr.! and) Mr*.
Garden, Florida. Molwin T. Bond of Pontiac Mich. Court, entertained about 46 friendsat

FOR SALE: Servel I Gas Refrigeratorin Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Querengesser and. a party at the Island Teen Club

good working condition, $20. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Raddau: of in honor of her 15th birthday on Fri- ALIX OF MIAMI

Also several window sash with Kitchener, Ont.
day, April 13th.
CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
glass, $1 each. 7782830.
William G. Pippen and family of Music for dancing was furnished COTTONS-10% DACRONS-LASTEX

FOR SALE: 1962 19-inch Lawn Boy Toronto, Ont. by the Starlighters. .: "

ftiower. used Only 4 times. Price -- ONE AND TWO PIECE STYLES .; .

$60. Phone 778-1776. SIZES 10-46
WE HAVE IT...

FIRE EXTINCUISHER Sales & Sere

Frank ice. Bradenton Beard. 7781431.Beach Fire Dept. FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND



ISLANDER PHOTOS: A. a service VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

to ou readers, 5 by 7 enlargements "
of mar plctare appearing The Is-, Layaway PHone

leader are available atf 1.25 each.. New PHILC Airconditioners Plan ,. 778-1161
:;ts eta f. rvten 4 womef

FOR SALE: Indian [Head Pennies,
30* each.John W. Millington Coin Now In Stock

and Stamp Shop, Fllenton, Florida. COME IN AND BROWSE


FOR SAIL: Sailing catamaran. Low ALL SIZES AND MODELS READY FOR DELIVERY-
mileage. Fiberglass pontoons. Lateen
rig. New Johnson Motor. Tel. COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY
7782391. $950. Good Condition.

GF.T TILE FACTS. Let us show you ISLAND TV HOB*

how we have helped others to be-
( 778.1020
come financially independent sell- GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703Insurance Ec.5.J405P::
ing Raleigh Products. Good local

ity now available in Manatee Co.

Write Rawleigh Dept. FAD-501- M i

Memphis, Tenn. The Best NOW Is The Time -


YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -

: Mowing, edging, trim- To FERTILIZE

ming. Floors cleaned and polish I .

ed. Windows washed and oiled. ..
Prompt and efficient service.. Lq Always TreesPlantsGrassShrubsWE

Reasonable rates-references fur

nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778- HAVE WHAT YOU NEEDDobbe's

2894 after 4:30. u C09tsL@9s ,

Wand Hardware
FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach .
Holmes leach 7711697or
& Marine
Lota with pleat of trees. Near Supply

Saopplag Center sad zoned for 77M54IYOUt If it's General Hardware 9r Hou.wores or Garden Supplies, we >hare it-

Daplexes. 2.500 each, terns. or will get it for you 778-2S11 \

Call 778.1010. Walter S. Hardia
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALEI- torsos Beats, Scott Motors Murrey Troi......
Realty Co., lac., Realtors.. ,

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