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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: May 31, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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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).
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\ No. 551 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1962 TEN CENTS


t 1 1i 1Swimmer Loses zq SOUTH END BEACH

Closing Promised By ReinelBig

i Life At BeachA news of the week on the Island was Mayor Victor Reinel's edict
.. that the City of Bradenton Beach would close to the public the beach at
the south end of the Island. He gave as reasons the absence of sanitary
facilities, the lack of lifeguards, and the litter left by users of the beach,
family swimming party at the 'Jx 2"' 01 sairaf y
which he said the City could hot afford to clean up.
Manatee County Beach ended in
I. Reinel also pointed out that public take steps to have the area cleaneduse
tragedy Saturday, when Lee D.Teal,
of the beach was in violation of temporarily until some other ar-
41, was drowned.
the City zoning ordinance, which rangements can be made.
Teal, a commission consultant for
does not provide for any public "This should remove the object-
General Telephone Co. in Bradenton -
beach in the ions of the i
A v., J*. City. mayor.
was found floating face down : *
: *.- 3 v"'tX On the heels of Reinel's statement Klemmer's suggestion of havingthe
about 60 feet off the beach late in
the forenoon. came a statement by County Com- County clean the beach did not

With several large school outing mission Chairman Mike Klemmer, remove Mayor Reinel's objections,
: parties at the beach, in addition to who said: "5 in c e many questions nor did Klemmer get the approvalof
hundreds of regular patrons attractedby have arisen this morning (Thursday) the County Commission for the
the nice weather, the beach was as a result of Mayor Reinel's state cleanup of the beach.On .
w of intention close the Re in el said the
crowded with swimmers, estimated ment to south Friday, City
atseveralhundred. Three lifeguardswere Some of the several hundred cars at the Million-Dollar-Strip at the end of Anna Maria Island, it has had ordered signs which would forbiduse
on duty.According south end of the Island on Sunday, May 20. (Islander Photo) become necessary that the County of the beach. The signs were to

to witnesses, Teal was EROSION DISTRICT clarify its position in this regard. be ready"Monday or Tuesday, and
at the beach accompanied by his SOUTH END DISCUSSEDMrs. "First, the County does not own after they were installed, patrollingof
wife and three young sons, and two MEETINGA Philena Stanford, a longtime the land. It is privately owned land, the south end by City Police ChiefW.
children of a neighbor. meeting of the Anna Maria Island critic of the State Road Department now in litigation. Apparently the H. Snooks Adams was to begin.
Reportedly not a very good swim- Erosion Prevention District will regarding its handling of the acquis- present owners have not objected to Apparently the rumpus created by
mer, Tealapparently had made his be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, ition of the south end of the Island, public use, and I certainly hate to Reinel's statement and other publi-
way out to the first sandbar parallel June 6, at the Holmes Beach City appeared before the County Com- see the public deprived of its use. city about the south end had some
with the beach. office. mission Monday. "I cannot understand the reluctance effect on would be "beachers, because -

The first indication of tragedy was C. G. BOATING COURSEAnna After reading a letter from the of Bradenton Beach to clean on Sunday afternoon, at the
when Mrs. Teal was heard to Manatee County Conservation Alliance the beach, for this area receives no same time when there were more
scream from the water. Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. Mrs. Stanford commented at other municipal services."Asamatteroffact than 500 cars at the.beach the previous -
Lifeguard BuckWentz immediately S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, will con- length about a rumored out of court I am informed Sunday, this week there were
rushed out to help her, but duct a course in seamanship, boat- settlement now being considered for the City of Bradenton Beach usesa only 197 cars on hand. With the sun
found that she had screamed after ing aids and safety rules as recom- the south end land. portion of the land as a burning just as bright, and the waters of the
seeing her husband floating face mended by the U. S. Coast Guard. She said, "When Senator Scott dump. Gulf just as inviting.Dr. .
1 down in the water near the sandbar. Registration and the first class will Kelly and the Legislative Committee "However, since all the County Frederick Allen, County
A second lifeguard, Dick Rosedaleof be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 5, were investigating scandals involving residents use the area, I will ask the Health Director, said this week he
Pine Avenue, Anna Maria City, and the next two classes will be on the SRD, the matter of the commission on Monday morning to (Continued on Poge 3)
pulled Teal ashore.Meanwhile -June 12 and 19, all at'the parishhall south endofAnna: Maria ,was discussed 4,
an ambulance had of the Church of The Annunc- to some extent and then was MOSQUITO FUND Mrs. R. Maxwell Ingham. ,
been called from Griffith-Cline Island iation. The classes are free and opento dropped because it was said it was On Monday, according to C. E. {
Chapel, and Dr. John Deam of the public. to be handled in the courts. Now if CONTRIBUTORSContributors Brewer of the Island Bank, custodianof I
the Island Medical Center had been "it is settled out of court for a figure to the AMI Anti-Mos- the fund, the total now is only
summoned.The lived at 1015 27th Street Court East anywhere near the $315,000 men- quito Fund during the past week $449.50, less than one-half of the
resuscitator on the ambulancewas in Bradenton, moving here 18 tioned, there are sure to be reper- were: Gertrude Blassingame, John estimated, 000 plus, that will be
used to try to revive Teal before months ago from Owosso, Mich. cussions and I think it should be investigated Neil, Earl Parks, Elias Lieberman. needed to carry the larviciding pro-
he was pronounced dead by Dr. He was employed in Michigan by by a Grand Jury. James R. Whittier, Charles Barnes, gram through the summer.
Deam. the General Telephone Co. before The letter from the Conservation, Alfred E. Bach, OwenLively, With the contribution of Dr. and '
Questioning of Mrs..Teal disclosed transferring to Florida.He Alliance read in part: "This Alli-, Charles H. Wood, Sidney G. BrownJr. Mrs. Elias Lieberman, who spend
thatherhusband recently had com- was member of the Congregational (Continued on Page 3) ., Sherwood D. R. Smith, JamesP. their winters on the Gulf in Anna
plained of chest pains, but had not Church, the Bradenton Stephens, Dr. Roy Gunther, A. Maria, and their summers in Rich
Club and Junior A. M. CITY COURTA A. O. E. Williams Col. mond Hill L. I. N. Y.
sought treatment or diagnosis. The masters was past Hargrave, came a
possibility that he suffered a heart Vice Commander of the Bradenton total of$55 in fines was levied I. R. Pollard, Elnora Clingan, Alfred note that read: "In appreciation of
attack was not ruled out, althoughwater Chapter of the Military Order of the by Mayor James O. Ferguson at the N. Martin, Frank H 0 r a k and delightful winters at Anna Maria."

in his lungs indicated he died World Wars.Survivors Anna Maria City Court Monday evening ,
of drowning.The include his wife, Jane; Two men were fined $10
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l'- drowning is the first to have three sons, Scott, Steven and Brian; each for violating the ordinance '
occurred in the approximately ten his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. prohibiting trailers and trucks on
years the beach has been In exis- Teal of Ocean City. J. and a Spring Avenue; one fined $10 for i
tence as a public bathing facility. brother, John Teal of Valley Forge, driving on the beach;a woman was .
About a year ago, an elderly man Pa. fined $10 for passing a school bus
died in the water a short way from Funeral services and burial took while loading students, and a man
the beach, but death was attributedto place in Wilmington, Del. Griffith was fined $15 for reckless driving.
a heart attack. Cline Funeral Home was in chargeof None of those fined were local res-
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OFFICIALS gathered this week to congratulate the operator of I
the new Island-to-Bradenton bus service, scheduled to begin Friday,
June 1. Left to right are Acting Mayor Harold "Chick" Chapman of
M, Holmes Beach, Mayor Jim Ferguson of Anna Maria, Jesse Wright, the
.i bus owner, and Mayor Vic Reinel of Bradenton Beach. (Islander Photo)

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Temperatures Water Rainfall
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May 22--78 86 84 90 82 None
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The annual spring hot dog roast for the pupils of the Island School was held at the Anna Maria Bay Park May 24--82 87 82 92 83 None
Saturday, with hundreds of youngsters taking advantage of the hospitality of the Island Lions Club, sponsors May 25--82 88 84 93 S3 None
of party, and die Island merchants who donated 100 pounds of hot dogs and 40 cases of soft drinks. May 26--80 88 80 9383 None
'Left to right in left hand picture are Mel and Louise Akins and Snooks Adams, who took care of cookingand May 27--82 90 86 94 84 None
serving the wieners. Supervised swimming for the youngsters took care of further entertainment.. May 28--82 90 86 94 S3 None
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Editor: ...............................STEVE: KIMBALL By THE'EDITORThe The BeachA
e week started on a high note as
Nora and odvtftislng............MARGE KIMBALL one of our staff called a local church

Mall Address: Anna Marla, Florida and received the answer, "There'sno few days ago, Bradenton Beach Mayor Vic Reinel threatened to

one here." close to public use the mile-long beach at the south end of the Island-- \

Svkterlption $3.50 a year $2.00 for six months, payable in thus kicking into a white hot blaze, a controversy which has been smol-
ddvane..Canada, $5.00 per yoar. Mail from the Manatee County dering for several years--who owns the area? And how much of It? C
Wftftaf rate $9.00 per column Inch. Discount of T095 for Committee 100,vhich supposedly -
Citing pub lie health, pubiicsafety, and plain old public neatness
ftt* eons.cu )v. Insertion* If paid by ,.",h of following month. knows all about the County, is
M_1(.na( .! opency poc.d advertising $1,25 per column Inch. addressed "Anna Matia Island Bia- or lack thereof--as reasons foe his contemplated action, Reinel pointsto
: widespread use of the beach, the complete absence. of sanitary. facilities -

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn denton, Florida* there, lack of lifeguards, and the City's financial. inability to

clean the beach of the trash left by its users.
Independent weekly published Thursday by We talked with -
ovory recently an acquaintance
Another mentioned Reinel the
reason by is apparent violation of theCity's
THIISL.ANDR PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida who is working on a
1 zoning ordinance, no area in the City is zoned for a public
tntorod as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. project designed to help all human- beach. All seemingly valid reasons for some drastic action.
ity--growing square tomatoes. His Coming on the heels of rumors about an out-of-court settlement
contention is that will fit better -
they between the County and the E. P. Green Estate, the situation becomesmore
in those square baskets, thus giv- complex with each passing day.
How C of C ing the customer a better break in
Mrs. Philena Stanford a consistently outspoken--and very articu-
purchasing the tomatoes, and as an late--advocate of public ownership of the south end, but who is opposedto
extra--he sit will eliminate the
say any settlement other than one decided by a court, said this week
Benefits IslandDuringa rolling off tables and squashing the that Reinel's
The fruit. action is forcing an out-of-court settlement.
Many other County residents hint that Bradenton Beach has--prob-
recent discussion of Island Chamber of Commerce activities Of course he lives on the Island I ably in the dark of the moon, and in the last week or two--moved its

and its basic objective of bringing more visitors--and more per- Where else would one find a personso city limit signs from the vicinity of 13th Street South, to the LongboatKey
dedicated others?No
manent residents--to the Island, a friend who retired from business a to helping Bridge, thus perpetrating a gigantic annexation program of its own.
can't tell who this combinationRube
we
few years ago, posed an important question. Burbank is Which, of course, is not so.
"How does the Chamber of Commerce benefit me? I have no local Goldberg-Luther at An official map of the city, drawn by former Assessor Jimmy Howze,
but he will doubt become -
business interests and no particular interest in seeing the Island changeor present, no and approved by the City Council on April 1, 1955, shows the city as
famous when his idea is
grow, how can any population increase benefit me?" fully extending all the way to Longboat Pass, indicating no recent change.On .

An excellent question--but one to which there are plenty of answers, developed. Sunday, May 20, the number of cars parked along the Million-
with the firlt--THE CHAMBER BENEFITS EVERYONE ON THE ISLAND! Dollar-Strip at the south end was estimated at between five and seven

Since 1950 the population of the Island has tripled, and the Cham- ,.: .. .'. hundred. And from personal observation that day, we believe the fig-

ber of Commerce, with its constant promotion of the tourist industry R ure is substantially correct.

is responsible for at least some part of that growth.A And on the same day, Manager Allen Thomas of the Manatee COWl ,

certain small percentage of the winter visitors--tourists if you ty Beach reported patronage there surpassed any day during 1961. This !

will--return here to buy property and become permanent residents. Or,* .- '''III heavy use of the beaches at a time of year generally considered to be ;

to state it conversely--very few of today's permanent residents were the low ebb--touristwise. ,

not winter visitors before deciding to make their homes here. f., So the stir created by Mayor Reinel--if accomplishing nothing else

That population increase has made possible and feasible many of worthy of note, has emphasized the desire and need of the general

the Island facilities which we take more or less for granted today, but r public to own the beach--which was created by the generous use of

which even the most resistant-to-change among our citizens must admit public funds.SCHOOL'SOUT.
have done much to make living on the Island more pleasant, more t

comfortable, more convenient or more safe. ..
The Island School was built and expanded during that time. Four

churches have been built. Several doctors, a dentist, and two modem '

medical buildings on the Island can be credited to the population ex-

pansion. The Island Water Company came into being and now serves
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more than 800 users.

Expanded and better postal service is another result. New or larger

postal facilities have been built in all three Island cities. Develop- }

ment of the Island,Shopping,Center in Holmes Beach, and the estab- :t1d .

ment of new stores, barber shops, beauty parlors, service stations,
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laundries, repair shops, marinas, restaurants, a funeral home and am- \ > >

bulance service, and many other services became economically feas- .7

ible because of more potential customers. ,
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Most important of all are the three new bridges, despite the tolls ,* H

charged on two of them. Another feature is the building of better roads.
Charles well known around
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New residential developments, made possible because of the expand- Hayes n 3 r F r.
Holmes Beach and Anna Maria as
population, have drained mosquito-breeding swamplands and made
the singing garbage man. Charlesis ,
more and better housing available. improvements have been madein
an employee of Ernie Bradow'sIsland
power and telephone service.
Sanitation Service, "inherited" -
Directly traceable to the rise in population are improved police "
S with trucks and other equip-
protection, better mosquito control, erosion control, better drainage, '
ment when Ernie bought the busI- \
an airstrip, flying service, improved zoning laws, improved building ness. While making his rounds, .
codes and improved local .
generally government.The
Charles usually can be heard sing-
two Island fire departments, although organized a few years
Islander Photo
ing spirituals. ( )
have since that time and have
prior to 1950, expanded greatly now
first class modem equipment, with a resultant lowering of fire insur-
If EveryoneIf
ance rates.

Now more than a year old, the Island Bank is growing out of its everyone who drives a car

swaddling clothes, and is a "going concern." Could lie a month in bed, CAUTION !

Better recreational facilities are available--both for young peopleand With broken bones and stitched-up

adults--and since 1950, the Island Players' organization has grown wounds, \

into an important Island institution. Or fractures of the head,

Several other organizations, now active and important in the gen- And there endure the agonies ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

eral scheme of life here, could not function in a population of less That many people do, JUNEHIGH-- ---LOWI --

than 1,000, the Island's population in 1950. They'd never need preach safety FrI 10.15 a.m. 2.0 ------.-.-. 3.30 a.m. 0.6 5:31 p.m. 0.6
And arriving at one of the most important features of all--the over- Any more to me or you. 2 Sat. h15 a.m. 0.9 10.47 a.m. 2.1 3.57 a.m. 0.8 6.14 p.m.0.7
all appearance of the Island has improved during that dozen years-- If could stand beside 3 Sun. 2:32 a.m. 0.9 11.21 a.m. 2.2 4.21 a.m. 0.8 6.57 p.m.0.7
everyone _
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, and will continue to improve the result of a more general consciousness -
The bed of close friend
some 5 Tue. 12:39 2.1 8:24 ___
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of such things, the result of campaigns by local garden clubs. And hear the doctor say, "No hope, 6 Wed. 1.24 p.m 2.0 ----- 9:09 p.m.0.5 --.__
While we realize full well that all of these things do not meet with Before the fatal end, 7 Thur. 2:16 p.m. 1.8 ------.---. 9:56 p.m.0.4 .-------_
the approval of everyone, and that they are not all perfect, even the And see him there unconscious, 8 Fri. 6:43 a.m. 1.0 3:16 p.m. 1.6 8:53 a.m. 0.9 10:42 p.m.0.2

most resistant-to-change among our citizens must agree that some of Never knowing what took place, 9 Sat. 6:51 a.m. 1.1 4.25 p.m. 1.4 10:25 a.m. 0.9 11.28 p.m.0.1
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a.m. a.m. --
the features mentioned ARE p.m. ----
improvements. The laws and
rules of traffic
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a.m. p.m. : a.m. p.m. 0.5
One of the most important results of increased population--and one
I'm sure we'd soon embrace.If 12 Tue. 7.58 a.m. 1.5 8:18 p.m. 1.0 12:53 a.m. 0.2 2:09 p.m. 0.3 _
which benefits the private citizen orretired-from-businesshomeowner everyone could meet 13 Wed. 8:26 a.m. 1.6 9.32 p.m. 1.0 h31 a.m. 0.4 3:01 p.m. 0.1 .
in an important way economically the maintenance of real estate The wife and children left behind 14 Thur. 8:54 a.m. 1.8 10:39 p.m. 0.9 2:05 a.m. 0.5 3(8 p.m.0.2

values.If And step into the darkened home 15 Fri. 9:22 a.m. 1.9 11142 p.m. 0.9 2:35 a.m. 0.7 4130 p.m.0.3 i
the present population level were, through some set of hard-to- Where once the sunlight shined, 16 Sat. 9:52 a.m. 2.1 ------- 3:02 a.m. 0.8 5:12 p.m.0.5 .
imagine circumstances, to be frozen, or if the growth potential of the And look the "Vacant Chair"Where 17 Sun. 1240 a.m. 0.9 10:24 a.m. 2.2 3:25 a.m. 0.8 5:53 p.m.0.6
upon
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a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. 0.7
Island were to what would happen to real estate values?
disappear, Daddy used to sit, 19 Tue. 2:40 a.m. 0.9 11:(() a.m. 2.3 3.53 a.m. 0.8 7.20 p.m.0.7
We all know the answer.MONEY I 12:24 .....
each 2.3
am sure reckless driver 20 Wed. --- --- --- p.m 8:07 p.m.0.7 ----
Would be forced to think a bit. 21 Thur. .c:21 a.m. 1.0 h14 p.m. 2.2 5.28 a.m. 0.9 815. p.m.0.6

OR MOSQUITOES? If everyone who takes the wheel 22 Fri. .c:56 a.m. 1.0 2:12 p.m. 2.0 7.28 a.m. 1.0 9.(3 p.m.0.5
Would 23 Sat. 5:32 a.m. 1.1 3118 p.m. 1.8 9:09 a.m. 1.0 10.31 p.m.0.3
a little
With the mosquito season already upon us, and the crucial time for say prayer 24 Sun. 6:07 a.m. 1.3 4:37 p.m. 1.5 101.c6 a.m. 0.8 11,19 p.m. 0.1
Islandwidelarviciding, contributions to the Island Anti-Mosquito Fund And keep in mind those in the car 25 Mon. 6.c3 a.m. 1.5 6:10 p.m. 1.2 12:19 p.m. 0.6 --- --- .....-
are lagging somewhat. Depending on his care. 26 Tue. 7119 a.m. 1.7 7.5-4 p.m. 1.0 12:06 a.m. 0.2 1142 p.m. 0.3
And make a vow and pledge himself 27 Wed. 7:56 a.m. 1.8 91SO p.m. 1.0 12SO a.m. 0.4 2:53 p.m. 0.0
After several weeks of the the
money-raising campaign, halfway .
28 Thur. 8:34 a.m. 2.0 11.31 p.m. 1.0 1.31 a.m. 0.7 3.51 p.m.0.3 :
mark has not been reached on the climb to the goal of One-Thousand-
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To never take a chance Fri. a.m. -------- a.m. p.mO..c
Plus-Dollars, which the committee in charge of the larviciding pro- The Great Crusade for 30 Sat. 12:48 a.m. 1.0 9:51 a.m. 2.2 2.c7 a.m. 0.9 5128 p.m.0.5
has estimated will be needed to see the project through the season. Safety ,
gram Would suddenly advance. ForCortezand Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read-
This is a program which benefits everyone on the Island--so let's --Author Unknown ings, and add one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
not hesitate--send your checks to C. E. Brewer at the Island Bank. !

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Si SOUTH END DISCUSSED... ,.
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of the most interesting and ance suggests that there are ample
unusual businesses in the area is that grounds an inquiry to be held to
owned and operated by a new Island determine how this situation could
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resident, RossSocolof, who recently arise. f''. a6tk '
r leased a home on the North Point. "The only satisfactory way to set-
t The business is the Gulf Fish Hat- tle this problem is to return to the

chery, Inc., located Piney Point, established condemnation procedure -
Palmetto which rates as one of the which applies to every property
largest firms in the world in its field, owner in the State, and to pay a
the field being the raising, import- fair and proper compensation for
ing and selling of miniature tropicalfish. the property as it was in 1957... This
would remove the fundamental
i; Being superstitious,or perhaps only anomaly that land created with overa
practical, no figures as to dollar or million dollars of public moneycan I ka
other volume of business are released still be private property." } <
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but LOTS of little fish are rais- The SRD points to the letter from ;
ed and shipped at the Palmetto the Manatee National Bank as trust-
r headquarters of the company each ee of the E. P. Green Estate, which ----
year. agreed that March 22, 1957 wouldbe GRADUATION PARTY Sunday for Miss Patti Sue Wyatt at the home of
More than 600 pools, 100 by 15 the date of taking of the right- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Tout of 69th Street Holmes Beach. Among the
guests at the poolside party were Vicky Sue Langford, Nancy McLaughlin -
feet in area, make up the outdoor of-way land through the land own-
:. facilities at the Palmetto fish farm, ed by the estate. Sandy McKay, Sue Wilkey, Mary Faith Thomas, Deb Clancy,
Sharon Lee, Frances Rapone, Ray Haverkos, Bruce Birkman and Fran-
in addition to which, more fish are One of the points which will haveto
raised in indoor tanks. be established if the case does go ces Welch. Adult guests who assisted Mr. and Mrs. Tout were Mr. and
The greater part of the company's into court for settlement is how Mrs. Harry McCallum, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koehler and Mrs. Mabel
of the land the south end Wyatt. (Islander Photo)
output is raised at the farm-all of much at
the fresh water varieties.To the SRD needs for maintenance of --- --
help supply the demands of its the highway and bridge abutments.SRDengineershavetaken VFW MEMBERS SOUGHT ong projects of the Auxiliary are
work for and Pines Veterans
at Bay
many retailer customers in all partsof the position -
All Island members of Veterans of
fundsto
sales
the world, the company imports they need the entire area, but Hospital, poppy sending
Foreign Wars who are not now mem
the VFW Children's Home at Eaton -
B both fresh fish from the
salt and water other qualified engineers dispute
bers of Anna Maria Island Post 8199, Rapids, Mich., etc.
of the
statement.
every part globe.
are strongly urged to become active Interested asked
and his wife for persons are to
Ross attractive Loise Kenneth Cleary, now attorney
members of the local or its
post Yarrow 78-1167
John
contact at ,
returned home only a few days ago the County Commission, has been
from a three week trip to South quoted as saying the matter is being auxiliary. Earl Niesman at 778-1455, calling
America, where they visited a collecting handled in the normal way for con- Auxiliary officers have listed 34 either after 6 p.m.

compound in Leticia, Col- demnation suits. But most interested members of the women's group, Your best news coverage of Is
ombia on the headwaters of the persons do not agree. nearly all of whom are active. Am- land affairs The Islander.
t Amazon River, 600 air miles from
Bogota. The trip is made on a onceaweekplanewhich UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
.-.' ..... lands on a tiny SOUTH END TO BE CLOSED... INSURANCE COMPANYSince
airstrip. (Continued from Page 1) 1897
The compound is manned by a agreed with Mayor Reinel that the
"' Protect Your Real tstate Investment
native supervisor who directs thecompany's lack of sanitary facilities at the
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541
.. operations there, and beach created a health problem,
deals with the native collectors of but because exact ownership of the
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f" fish who supply the company. area is not known, it is difficult to
SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
Other points visited were Calle on know how to proceed. -

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I Lima and Iquitos in Peru. mination to close the beach is not GENERAL MASONRY
-' <. 'ti-- Ross' next trip will be to the Far as rigid as it was a few days ago.

East, where he will visit suppliers' I InstallationsWILLIAM
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. Page- 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 31, 1962

LEGAL NOTICE Among the other fish caught by

k RESOLUTION Let's GoFishing the party were about 250 pounds of

r irrr.f rrrrr grouper in assorted sizes up to about
A RESOLUTION RELATING TO
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE 30 pounds, one king-sized king, and
ON A CERTAIN STREET IN THE CITY e one smallish dolphin. Not too bada
OF HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA.
way to while away a Saturday, is Jimmy Gerling and
BElT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF K- it? Fred Small of Oneco,
ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF HOLMES
BEACH, FLORIDA e e two v e r y consistent

THAT under the authority of the Cityof Rare enough to be exciting is the Gladys Burghardt of LayZLivNMotel fishermen,with stringof
Holmes Beach, Florida by Chapter on the Gulf reports some nice 25 trout they caught
170 of the Florida Statut., 1961, it has catching of a wahoo, which are sel- catches of and from
been determined by the Board of Aldermen dom caught at all, and not often in grouper whiting Friday at Rod & Reel
of said City that public improv.merits .- the pier at the motel. One guest Pier. (Islander Photo) A
this Buck Marler of Lakelandand
shall b. mad. on a certain streetin area. landed 5 M
a pound angelfish a few
Holmes Beach, such improvementsto
Anna Maria landed a nice one
include the paving of said street days ago.
THAT the street to be paved is 76th Saturday while fishing from Capt. *
Street from Gulf Drive to Palm Driv. Andy Kennedy's ALBATROSS out of

THAT the total cost of this improvement Bayou Marina, Saturday.Buck Fishing as usual aboard the AD-
has|been estimated to be Twenty- 1i
MIRAL last week with fine
some
and his for
were
on. Hundr.d S2.100.00)) Dollars. party fishing
THAT on.-third of the cost of said sailfish when he caught the 51 inch, grouper and snapper brought ashore.

improvement Holmes Beach.shall b. paid by the Cityof 30 pound wahoo, a fish which close- Tuesday: DocDixon, Sarasota, 20 HAT TRICK. Eight

resembles the first pound grouper; John Christensen of
THAT a special assessment shall b. ly kingfish foot sailfish caught
l.vi.d against the property abutting on glance, but which is no relation Bradenton, 15 pounder, and Harvey Saturday by Jack
said street for the r.maind.r of the estimated
not even of the mackerel fam- Hookway, also of Bradenton, a 14
cost, this assessment to be pro- part "Smoke" WhitesideJr.
rat.d according to the footage of the ily. It is supposed to be one of the pound black grouper. of Tampa. CenterisJackWhiteside
said property abutting said street; i j'
Allen of Miles :
fastest swimmers in the sea, and it Wednesday: Harry with
the of record of the lotsor _
THAT owners
parcels of land abutting said street, usually takes some very skillful boat City, Mont. 22 pound grouper; Roy one of several large _
and who are liable to assessment for handling is required if one is to land Warren of Lobelville, Tenn. 19 _
caught trip
the improvements h.r.in provided, shall grouper
have the option of either paying the full the wahoo. pound grouper, and A. C. Marvinof aboard Capt. Jack's

amount of said assessment within thirty Such was the case on Saturday, and Anderson, Ind., a 16 pounder. cruiser THE NADE,
((30)days after the assessment roll shall
be finally approved and confirmed by Buck, who has been fishing the wat- Thursday: Jim Bruney of Cortez, berthed at Bayou Mar- re
the Board of Aldermen or said owners ers of the Gulf for a a 14 pound grouper, and Pauline A 1
C.
may pay said assessment in three (3) many year ina. At right is Lewis !
equal installments; the first installmentto needed a half-hour to land the fish. Warren of Lobelville, Tenn. a 12 Loeb of Tampa, the
be due within thirty (30) days after I
The catch was made while the pounder.
third member of the
the assessment roll shall be finally approved -
and confirmed by the Board of boat was 240 degrees off the north Friday Ray Warren, another of the party, with a large
Aldermen; the second installment to be Tennessee Warrens, led, with a 20
tip of the Island in 90 feet of water. kingfish caught on the
paid one year after said assessment roll
has been finally approved and the third RubeAllyn's DICTIONARY OF pound black grouper, followed by same trip. (Islander b. '
installment is to be paid two ((2) years FISHES says the Wahoo is also called an 18 pounder caught by Rip Ott of Photo) !
after said assessment roll has been fin-
ally approved; the deferred payments to the Ocean Barracuda, Pacific King- Bensonville, Ill. and 17 pounder

bear cent interest at the rate of eight (8%) fish, Peto, Auahu, Queenfish, and landed by Thomas Hill of Holly- Capt. Andy Kennedyand
per per annum;
Guarapucu. Its average weight is 15 wood. Buck Marler of
THAT the land on which this special
assessment is to be levied are those pounds, and the largest on record, Saturday: Bill Martin of Bayshore Lakeland, with 30 lb.

designated by subdivision. Block and 136 pounds. Gardens, a 35 pound black grouper; wahoo, which Marler st l c
Lot number as per the list below
e Delbert of Fort from
Subdivision Bay Palms 2nd Addition Galloway Myers, caught Saturday
Other notable catches brought into a 30 pounder, and Rollo King of Capt. Andy's charter !
Block Owner of Record AssessmentLot
the Bayou Marina over the weekendwere Palmetto, a 21 pounder. boat ALBATROSS out l

H 1 Dudley Sisler J. 152.09 those made by Jack Whitesideof Sunday: Marion Sheppard, Braden of Bayou Marina. Rare ,/

H 2 Keiser, Raymond G. 103.50H Tampa, and party, fishing fromJack's ton, a 36 pound black grouper, wahoo, which resembles -

3 4 Lively Lambriz Ilka, Mary W.Jane 103.50H 103.50H cruiser, THE NADE. Othersin and Rollo King, a 15 pounder. kingfish but is :

5 Jonassen, Earl M 103.50H the party were Jack "Smoke" Monday: O. T. McKinney, Paul not of the mackerel rrrj1t4

I 6 1 Cochran Brabender, Dorothea, Carl W.L. 101.50 89.93 Whiteside Jr. and Lewis Loeb. The Tierney and Edward Bender, all of family. It is the fast- f .t "

I 2 Lancaster, Elizabeth C. 103.50 real prize was the 8-foot sailfish Bradenton,a 10,an 8,and a 6 pound est fish in the world, 1 \
I 3 Fritz, Clarence T. 103.50 Jack while L&i:
caught by they
young .
I 4,5 Luburgh, Homer M. 207.00 grouper, respectively.Truth according to authori-
I 6 Gold.r, Leslie R. ..t.of 103.50 were fishing for grouper. The sail ties. This one meas- :4 .. }I
I 7 Woodruff, Ralph D. 110.11 '
25 times and .
jumped some really often suffer ured 51 inches.Islander -

b.inV.ubJ.ct THAT said lands to this above assessment enumerated are all as gave 18yearoldSmoke a tussle before more by the hut of H* Photo) t

the lots and lands adjoining and contiguous being boated. He was using 30 defenders then I
to or bounding and abutting upon line tackle
pound test on
spinning
those improvements; from the arguments DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
when he made the catch of what he of its I
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED opposer FOR
THAT this Resolution be published as thought at first was a stray kingfish. William Penn The Gllll Park
required law under Chapter 170, 1961 All-Modern MOBILE HOMES
Florida Statutes, and that the date of
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This Resolution passed by unanimousvote Deep Fishing .
of the Board of Aldermen of the
City of Holmes Beach, Florida, this
15th day of May Pauline, 1962.H. Arch.r, ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? Xi! If kite e Sands :

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CHURCHESHARVEY ROSER GUEST SPEAKER_ ST. BERNARD DINNERThe MODEL PLANE CONTESTClass (7) All flying models must be of
the controlled flight and no
MEMORIAL CHURCH The Rev. PaulE. Haines, Mission- annual joint dinner of the St. I: (A) Boys 14 through 17, entries in the free flight type

(Noa*oauMtioital) ary to Korea, will be the guest speaker Bernard Guild and Men's Club took andeS)Boys under 14. Flying mod- will be accepted except in category Class II,
Bradenton Beach both services at Roser els built from kits or from profes-
at worship place recently at the Holmes Beach
where will be
as non-
REV. A. W. SIMMS they judged
Memorial Community Church, Sun- Yacht Club. sional designs.Judging will be based models.
flying
SUNDAY: day, June 3. Mrs. Philip Hauenstein, presidentof upon flight characteristicsand
(8)Workmanship, design, enginesand
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. At the 9 a.m. service, the grad- the guild, welcomed the guests, workmanship. (No specific engines materials must be chosen by
IQlSO a.m. Worship Service.ST. uating seniors of the church will be and introduced the guild officers: 12 e s or capacities will enter into
entrant. Entrant can, however, accept -
BERNARD MISSION recognized, and a gift from the Mrs. Louis Combo, vice president; the judging in any classification.) advice of others, but not

I'rietl: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMIU.LR church presented to each one. Mrs. JamesSipolski, treasurer; Mrs. Class II: (A) Boys 14 through 17, actual assistance in building model.

Following both worship services, Jack Carson, secretary; Mrs. Ed and (B) Boys under 14. Non-flying Cost elaborate will
(9) or design
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. there will be fellowship hours, with Haverkos, publcityi chairman, and models built from kits or profess-
The
have
no bearing on judging.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00'a.m. refreshments served. Mrs. Lester Lehrke, historian. ional designs. Judging will be basedon
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 least expensive model, well designed -
p.m. M B H B*B""B> *l"* BBB**
Men'sClub officers were introdu- workmanship and general con-
WEDNESDAYS: and well constructed, could win.
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. ISLAND GARDEN CLUBBob ced by Victor Miller, president of formity to design. (10) The contest will be open for

the club. They are: Ed Haverkos Jr. Class III: (A) Boys 14 through 17,
Foster of the County Agricul- registration beginning May 30,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL as vice president; Joe White, sec- andBBoys under 14. Flying mod-
tural Center was the speaker at the 1962, and will end on July 15. All
i REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor retarytreasurer.A els built from original designs, and
recent meeting of the Island Garden models must be on display in the
THURSDAY brief talk to the the flown by boy building the model.
: group by
Club, using as his subject, "Lawns area north of the Holmes Beach City -
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. Rev. Francis Welsmiller was followed Judging will be based on workman-
and Their Care. Office by noon, Sunday, July 15.
SUNDAY
,, : by dinner. ship, originality of design, flight
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. At the business meeting the dis- Judging will start at 2 p.m. on that
, Elmer English, who portrayedMitch characteristics, and ability to han-
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. cussion centered around plans for day. In the event of rain or other
Miller, led an of dle model in the air.
evening
. 5:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. Island beautification.The conditions which would preclude
, 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. next meeting will be held at group singing.St. General Rules: (1) All boys enter- showing and flying models on that
7:30 Youth Recreation Hour Thomas Circle was host group ing the contest must be residents of
i p.m. the home of Dr. and Mrs. William day the closing and judging will
MONDAY: for the evening. Anna Maria Island during period of
of Drive. be week until Sunday -
6:30 p.m. R.A. Gray Key Royale contest. postponed one ,

7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. Each July 22.
# (2) entrant must register at
TUESDAY: + 2 (11) First prizes in each
categorywill
t the office of Charters, Inc. at the
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. be $25 Savings Bonds, and
south end of the Holmes Beach Air
WEDNESDAY: trophies. Other prizes will be announced -
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Business Mt. Strip, and must register in a spec- in THE ISLANDER.

8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. ific classification, stating what type
(12) Each entrant will receive a
of model he intends to build.
certificate of achievement.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH
z (3)Models must be built after re-
(Non-Denominational) r. 4 (13) Rules may be augmented if

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor gistration.
(4)There will be no charge of any necessary.

THURSDAY: s : kind for participation in contest. .
7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir Rehearsal. [ (5)All flying models will be jud- Subscribe to THE ISLANDER--

SUNDAY: ged upon the basis of three flights Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for
9:00 & 11:15 a.m. Worship Services.
\, Rev. Paul Haines, Guest Speaker. made on the final day of contest, only S3.50 per year.

; 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth in order that each entrant will havean

Fellowship. 'ft equal opportunity to demonstratehis ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
I Senior Youth Fellowship at Home T t t7 model. L/ctffswf fecfricoContractors
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I WEDNESDAY: : (6) Any model which crashes will Snapper and Pin Streets
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7:30 Church Council ged on its merits shown prior to (ROY) FERGUSON
p.m. Meeting. MANATEE HIGH SCHOOL girls' glee club members pictured at beach
THURSDAY, 31 crash. Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
May
: party Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKay of North Shore -- -
10:00 a.m. Guild Executive Board.
Drive, Anna Maria. Althoughnot all the members were in the picture,

.i the membership list is as follows: Susan Bagley, Gene Bagley, Norma FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Parker, Judy Ward, Bonnie Loring, Sue Stone, Linda Mulholland, Nancy

;I Frank LUTHERAN E. Lyerly CHURCHRev. Pastor Taylor, Gayle Tremble, Cheryl Stalker, Dodie McKay, Sherry Tripp, TWO LOCATIONS -

Sandy Lee, Donna Carr, Carolyn Crutchfield, Carol Harris, Polly

THURSDAY: Guinn, Lea Byron, Linda Barricklow, Janet Beitenger, Lhonda Cline, 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
7:30 Communion
Preparatory
'Service.p.m., Cheryl Hill, Bobbi Flamion, Sandy Marchand, Mary Kaekel, Judy Bradentun H11 N. Tamiomi, Trail, Sarasota

SUNDAY: Elmgren, May Faith Thomas, Sue Krone, Dianne Littleton, BettyBird-

8:30 a.m. Church School. sall, Terry Greeley, Susan Frohock, Jean Kieft, Nancy Cotterman, Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811] 1

10:00 a.m. The Service, Pat Garvin, Nancy Tin, Ginny Lynn Hurd, Carolyn Smith. During the

6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class. year, the glee club earned "superior" ratings in competitions at Fort

Myers and Daytona Beach. The first competition was a district meet- ANTICIPATED
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UNUSUAL BUSINESS... .
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and customers in Asia, Hawaii and
the Philippines|as well as a few
more remote places such as Tahiti.
:
An interesting'sideline in which rI
the company deals as the demand r
is animals. Not domesticor .
dictates, t :
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familiar animals, but types suchas
amphibians, snakes, alligators, .i w ; ,
turtles and "rare items."

In fact, if your fancy is a rare specimen -
of boa constrictor, or a hard- 4
to-find turtle,the company will get
it for you--wholesale--the only wayit .
s srr.xs
sells.
Ross says his ownership of the com-
pany is the result of an almost life-
long interest in tropical fish as a

hobby. About five years ago he purchased .. _. .. ,
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the then about
,
company OPEN HOUSE on Monday of Dave Boozer's Bay Area Insurance agency
three old, and has since enlarged I OUTSTANDING ATHLETE Rick Hutchinson, with annual Civitan ward
years it found Boozer being congratulated by officials of Auto-Owners Insurance trophy(right)naming him"Outstanding Senior Athlete at Manatee High
considerably.After Company. Left to right are William C. Searl Jr. and Rudy Heller of "
much research and School in 1962. Smaller trophy is the annual award by the Hurricane
experi-
Ross has developed meth- Lakeland resident vice president and claims manager, respectively, Men's Club naming Rick the "Outstanding Player" for the year in base-
menting Boozer, and George Charter a district representative of the company.
of the of of ball. At bottom right are medals awarded for having been chosen for
ods changing sex some Searl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Searl Sr., who winter at
the fish the sells. The western division all-star teams in the Western Conference in both base-
company pro- the Gulf 47th The senior Searl is of
their home on at Street. president '
involves the use of tranquilizersand ball and football. His batting average for the year was a husky 407.He .
cess
which has its home office in Mich Islander
Auto-Owners Lansing
(
sex hormones, and is not prac- expects to enter the University of Arizona at Tucson in the fall.
ticed for scientific or sentimental Photo) (Islander Photo)
.
reasons, but m er ely for practical PIANO RECITAL ISLAND STAR CLUB FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
economic reasons--depending on'-Piano students of Mrs. Herbert F. The Anna Maria Island Star Club
the species, one sex has a higher,Boyd will present a recital at 2 p.m. will have a meeting at the home of 778-2012
market value than the other. ,Sunday, June 3, at 5604 Guava Mrs. Florence Myers of 2214 Gulf
Pictured on Page 3 are sorting and \'Street, Holmes Beach. Solos and Drive, Bradenton Beach, with a cov- R. C. SCHUCHARDBONDEDMASTER
packing operations of the company)!'duets will be presented by Kathy ered dish luncheon to be served, at PLUMBER'S LICENSE
plus a picture taken on the Island, 12 Noon Tuesday, June 5. It will
Scott
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of Ross himself in informal attire.
be the last until October.
Martha Parker, Elizabeth Turpen meeting
Some of the interesting general 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
I and Mary Turpen. Be well-informed, Read The
facts about the miniature tropicalfish Friends are welcome to attend. Islander. SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND
business are that, although is

a comparatively young industry in RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
this country, it is growing fast and NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY

is now a five million dollar annual luxury accommodations .

business. include: DID .
Florida has replaced Germany as EFFICIENCIES| SUNNILANDCHINCH GUARD

the world center of the business, a BEDROOMS and APARTMENTSSURF GRANULES

position Germany lost during World and POOL BATHING
War n. WITH TRITHIONDON'T
Informat Coll 778-1511
Shipments of the product of the For Reservations or

business, entirely by air freight, Or Write: Box 366

now comprise the largest single air Anna Maria, Florida LET CHINCH BUGS TAKE YOUR LAWN I
freight item out of Florida, sent by
the 40 to 50 firms in the state.

Sunland Turf & GardenAT

SC[ fPI o Beach Bendix SOUTH ENTRANCE TO

r: ELECTRIC !BOTTOM Laundry & Dry Cleaners HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

BOATSLOOKING PHONE, 778-2711
205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach -

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FOR SALE 1> Bayfront..Holmes Beach

$16,000 BUYS HANDSOME CB HOME WHICH COST

DICKWAGNER PRESENT OWNER MORE THAN $25,000. LARGE,

WELL-LANDSCAPED LOT WITH GOOD DOCK AND

SEAWALL. HAS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW.

,, .
*, ;Jy Home at 609 Ambauador Lane, Key Royale, purchased recently by JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
t Mrs. Charles Schaldenbrand of Holmes Beach from Key Royale, Inc. t Estate Sales fir Rentals
The transaction was negotiated by Jack Marshall, Realtor, agent for
116 81st STREET
TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
Key Royale. (Islander Photo)

778-2663 ISLAND REALTYHOLMES

BEACH SHOPPING CENTERWE

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HAVE LISTINGS MANY FINE HOMES

Look For These Signs PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU

YEARLYRENTALS ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM.PRICED

HOME, LET US SHOW YOU THESE.P. .

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THREE BEDROOM HOME GULFSIDE HOMEat Cypress Street purchased by Mrs. Rosemary Seeley 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
ON 64TH ST., HOLMES of Carmel, N.Y. from Milwaukee Braves slugging third baseman, Eddie -
BEACH. FURNISHED$90 Mathews, for$22,500. Mrs. Seeley plans to use the property as a
PER MONTH winter home. Sale was negotiated by Gertrude B I ass i n g arne, Anna SARASOTA DUPLEXTWO
Maria Realtor, who will continue to manage rental of the property.
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
LOVELY FURNISHED APARTMENTSEACHWITH
APARTMENT IN HOLMES GULFFRONT COTTAGE COURTSWE
BEACH. $65 PER MONTH FIREPLACE. PORCHES FACE THE WATER
OFFER TWO ADJOINING MODERN PROPERTIES
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED FOR A MAGNIFICENT VIEW. LOCATED ON A
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MOTELS OR APARTMENTSWITH
LARGE LOT, CLOSE TO SHOPPING. INCLUDES
HOLMES BEACH, ROOM FOR EXPANSION. EACH FRONTS FOR
$75 PER MONTH CARPORT AND LARGE UTILITY AREA.
a MORE THAN 200 FEET ON GULF OF MEXICO. WALK-
TWO BEDROOM, NEWLY
FURNISHED HOME, PALM ING DISTANCE TO SHOPPING CENTER,YACHT CLUB $22,000JACK

DRIVE.*HOLMES BEACH AND MEDICAL CENTER.
$125 PER MONTH HOLMES, Realtor
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3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Charlin Villas: SSS Listing 575 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

HOME, WITH BOAT BRANCH OFFICES
EIGHT TWO-BEDROOM AND TWO ONE-BEDROOM,
RIGHTS, $125 PER MO.
FULLY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED COTTAGES.............................................$160,000. 0.BRADENTON A. Ritz SaUunaa BEACH 85th STREET
APARTMENT. AIR CON- L S. Putnam Salesman
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DITIONING AND TV. ALL
UTILITIES PAID. ONLY Playa Encantada: SSS Listing 574
$65 PER MONTH
FOUR TWO-BEDROOM, FULLY FURNISHED AND MAKE OFFERTHREE

$1,000 DOWN MOVES YOU EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES, $110,000.
INTO THIS BEAUTIFUL *
LARGE, COMPLETELY BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME
CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER.
FURNISHED HOME ONLY
THREE BLOCKS FROM IN
SHOPPING CENTER. HAS MAHAR REAL ESTATE

2 LARGE BEDROOMS with 7702 GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ANNA MARIA---NEAR BAY
CEDAR LINED CLOSETS,
IK BATHS, DINING ROOM, RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTOR LEO MAHAR, BROKER
EXTRA LARGE KITCHEN PHONE ANNA MARIA 778-1159 FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV.
WITH BUILTIN FREEZER,
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
16X27LIVING ROOM AND
14 X 27 FLORIDA ROOM Here ts
OR EXTRA BEDROOM. HOLMES BEACHTHREE

LARGE 18 X 33 CLOSED
GARAGES CENTRAL OIL Bonus House No. 850371stHolmes BEDROOM, TWO BATH, UNFURNISHEDCB

HEATING. Monthly pay- HOME, WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE

ments only $150, with 5% DINING ROOM. DOCKING PRIVILEGES-I I
interest Included. This Is -
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. a private mortgage -... -.. ,---< ."<.....i?: --> -_-<'>''''' NAME YOUR OWN TERMS
1 closing costs.a
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, Choice BAYFRONTHOMEi
3 Large Bedrooms (15 x 18
, --15 x 16-16 x 18)) 2 Tile WATERFRONT ANDNONWATERFRONT
t Baths; Central Heating; Beach
I Bulltln Electric Kitchen; LOTS

, Nice Fireplace Living, and Room a 14 x with 22 Open Today & EverydayFOR
Florida Room. Garage. WITH EXCELLENT FINANCINGAlso ;
City Water. This new home
YOUR INSPECTION. THIS
BEAUTIFULLY
, has more than 2,000 sq. ft. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
of living area. Sea walled APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY FEATURE FOR
I US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
Lot-75 x 120 on paved
EASY MODERN LIVING: TWO OVERSIZED BEDROOMS PROPERTIES
street. ONLY $23,500, Including COMMERCIAL
Draperies. GOOD AND TWO LOVELY TILE BATHS; THE
FINANCING AVAILABLE.
a LAST WORD IN FINE KITCHEN CABINETS AND

, 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED FIXTURES.KING SIZED GARAGE, UTILITY ROOM
HOME WITH AN OVERSIZED

,I GARAGE, LOCATED AND SCREENED PATIO REACHED, THROUGH Walter S. Hardin

IN A GOOD RESIDENTIAL SLIDING GLASS DOORS FROM THE SPACIOUS
NEIGHBORHOOD. PRICE Realty Company
HAS BEEN REDUCED TO LIVING ROOM. NINETY-FIVE FOOT LOT BEAU-
Realtors
7500. TIFULLY PLANTED LAWN AND SHRUBBERY,
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I 90 x 110 Soawalled Canal WITH NATIVE TREES. PRICED AT ONLY$15,750 ..

Lot In HOLMES BEACHOn -
CashOR
paved street, and pricedAt
ONLY $3,5001! ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
e FINANCE FOR $2,400 DOWN, AND $92.30 PER MO.
. THREE HOLMES BEACH 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
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LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001 FRAN MAXON Associate 778.2307
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AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI JACK MARSHALL Realtor

ZONED DUPLEX. M & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 771-2414






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and sister Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rea- after spending several months in
.....- MOSTLY ABOUT Anna
-... PEOPLE sonover of Los Angeles. Maria. .
SC
... M 'Tis pleasant, lUre, to see one'llIGme in print."-LORD BYRON LaMoine Baker owner of East 0' Mr. and Mrs. Elbert W. Lively of

----- 76th Street have left the
Island
The Sun Cottages in Bradenton to
-- .. ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cross Beach retired recently after 32 spend the summer months in Bloomfield -

4i. h- E.Valle jo of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs of St. Clair Shores Mich...MajorR. years as an employee of Internat- N. J.

Ross Barnes of Vakico...Mr. and O. Mitchell of Ft. Stewart, Ga. ional Harvester Co. in Fort Wayne, .
e.4a Whiteside of .. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maresca of
Mrs. Jack Tampa. Ind. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones of Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Templin own- are Mrs. Baker's brother-in-law and Anna Maria are spending the sum-

Ind...Mrs. Margaret Ahedo of ers of Gulf Trailer Park are vaca- .sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garpow mer in Flushing. .L. .I., N. Y.

4r Tampa. tioning their summer home in of Fort Wayne and the Bakers' son-
: MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Petoskey, Mich. in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Searl
daughter,
of 47th Street and the Gulf recently
of Lees-
and
and Mrs. D. Hunt son Robert and ofHoagland
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Whittierof Gallmeyer family returned
Hill to their home in East Lansing -
and Mrs. M. O.
burg...Mr
Ind. and Miss Melba
Gulf Anna have
Drive Maria Mich.
and ,
and daughter of Tampa. ..Mr.
left the Island recently to spend the Scheumann. .
Mrs. J. L. Russell and children of # Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frick have returned -

:,4 Orlando.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Eckstin summer in Midland. ,.Mich. After wintering on the Island, Mr. to Wynnewood Pat after a

and family of Jasper, Ind. ..Mr. and After spending several months at and Mrs. Frank Calugi are spendingthe vacation spent at their home on

Mrs. J. R. Holstine of Beach Grove her horn on Shell Drive, Mrs. Da- Slimmer at their home at Pleas- Shell Drive.

Ind...Mr and Mrs. T. Graham of vid Craft has returned to Cooksburg, ant Lake Westfield, Wis.. .

Brooklyn N. Y..Mr. and Mrs W. Pat for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goddard

Faiks and family of Fort Monroe, Allan Brown has returned. East 55th Street Holmes Beach, are vacationing -

.r .1 a Va...Mr. and Mrs. W. Module and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Stratton of Andover, N. H. for the summer, in Upper-- Nyack.-. N. Y.

Mrs. JohnE. Holmes. on a recent Mrs. Helen Ruzbarky of New York 74th Street are spending some time

I sunny day at the beach. (Islander City. at their summer home at Rose Lake ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

Photo) PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. F. Canyon, Minn.
S Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
L. Radcliffe of Louisville Ky... ,
j ... .,.we. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Forbes of Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kidger who

I tow...Mr. and Mrs. Marc Brantleyof spent the winter on Maple Avenue,
have returned to East Wakefield N. ISLAND
Fort Meade. PHARMACY Inc.
H. for the summer months. ,
and
EAST 0' THE SUN Mr. Mrs.
S SC
Philip York of Richland Mo. ..Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Downs Jr. CANNEL

and Mrs. Ralph Perkin of Webster ofGulf Drive Anna Maria left the YOUR MONEY CHANEL

Groves Mo.NOMAD. Island recently to spend the summer BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN REVLON

MOTEL: Mr. and' at their home in Lennoxville Que. WHITMAN

Mrs. Richard Stavely of Mulberry. .. *

Mr. and Mrs. George Wood of Pal- Judge and Mrs. William M. Hes- COMPLETE

metto...Mr. and Mrs. R. Stintzeof ton of North Shore Drive have left axaff

Milwaukee...Mrs. Martha Her- to spend several months at their

rick of Anderson, Ind...Mr and summer home on Manistee Lake
LINE
Mrs. A. Wing of Port Charlotte.. Kalkaska Mich.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Green of Miami IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
Miss Marie Bock of Shell Drive

Beach. left last week to motor to Wausau DRUG Service
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and Where she the
Wis., will spend sum-
Mrs. Albert Galloway of Ft. Myers

Beach...Mr. and Mrs. David Green mer. Open Sundays .:30 a..... to 1:00 p.m.

ofMooresville Ind. ..Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dann of 77th

Adolph Hansen of Valley Stream Street have left the Island to spend Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist

N. Y...Mr and Mrs. F. W. Elleryof the summer in Alpena Mich.

Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. AllenC. .
Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Slobohm of
LIGHTHOUSE at Sanibel Island by Malone of Dexter Ga...Jean- Jacaranda Avenue have returned to KEEP COOL !
and of Plant
nette Clay party City
Rene Redon.Subscribe
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their home inMt. Kisco N. Y. until -
...Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ross of
October.
Franklin Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. B. Swim Suits :

to THE ISLANDER-- G. Docos of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Barradale

Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. have returned to their summer homein

only S3.50 per year. and Mrs.George Pittwood of Tampa. New Providence N. J. after Shorts Play Suits

S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. spending the fall and winter at their

and Mrs. H. B. Gatton of Columbus home on 72nd Street.

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE Ohio...J. B. Rebstock and J. Step- Sunback Dresses

hen Catron of Paducah Ky... .Dr. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Alderman of
( PAYMENT REQUIRED)
and Mrs. George M. Sartor and fam- 77th Street have left the Island for

EIGHT LINES-$1.00 MINIMUM 50*, ily of Shreveport La. Jamesport L. I., where they will Scoop Neck BlousesSHOP

SAVE MONEY Aluminum awnings and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and spend the summer.
carport pr.-drill d. ready to install. Mrs. Berry M. Sharp of Floral City .
Complete package, Sit per so,. ft. or we
IN
will install. In color, slightly higher. ...Mr. and Mrs. Howard Duling of Mrs. O. C. Hutchinson of Anna AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-

Call Sara. 35S-3964 or Brad. 14S- 253.. Spencer, Ind. and children Janice, Maria is spending the summer in

TENANCEl YEAR AROUND Mowing PROPERTY, trimming.MAIN- Ross and Bertha...Mr. and Mrs. F. Huntington, W. Va.

Floors cleaned and polished. Window.wa.h.d R. Higgins of Lakeland...Tommy '
1
and oll d. Prompt and efficient
service. Reasonable rate.- eference.'umi.h.d. Bragg and Lloyd Walker of Bartow Cam Ella, Brian Burghardt, Anne u

after 4t30..Ken Fellows. Phon. 778-2694 ..Thelma Gulutz of Bradenton... Burghardt and Richard Bruens were

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Sirvies. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mills of Tampa... hosts and hostesses at a beach partyat '
.
Bradenton Beach Fir. D pt.
Frank Beard. 778-1431. Mr., and Mrs. L. T. McKendron of the Elia home Saturday. Layaway
Phone
YEARLY RENTALS Furnished Yule...Mr.and Mrs.Oscar Femam-
apartm.nt on Gulf, Holmes Beach-One Mrs. Frank Clingan of Detroit is a Plan -
bedroom. $75 per month. N.w unfurnished dez of St. Petersburg...Mr. and a C1 R rTWji 4 women 778-1161
3-bearoom, 2-bath house in Holmes guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. John
Beach, SI IS per month. Three b.droom Mrs. John G. Roosenberg of Lima
furnished home near Bay in Anna Maria, Prothero of Shell Drive.
SI IS per month. Oth.r yearly and seasonal Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. J. Roosen .
rentals in several pric. ranges. berg of B err i en Springs Mich... SSSi. Iii iii iii iii ii ii iiii+ .rsa.ariwrsawwwawwrrrw.
Walt.r S. Hardin Realtors. 778-1010.
.
Recent of Mrs. Myrtle Mar- --aswrrwawwwrw.asraswww'
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Graves and guests wwrwwa
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of clothing. .
.----. --e.ws --- ONLY
Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank of Avenue Anna Maria .
Beard. Phon. 778-1431. family of Plant City...Mr and ley Sycamore wr '' .rr-a r-ra
have been her brother-in-law ===== wrwra
Mrs.W.F.Flynn of St. Clair Shores ----- rrrr=
HOME&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE. -1-- rrwwrww- PHILCO
While are weekly Cn.cking
you away-a
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of house for any troubles that might --aw-. .....awrrrrwwa. .
develop air house and water house WE HAVE IT... === :...-: w.wrrrjs ---a
plants. FREE ESTIMATES on any Ad- ww .= GIVES YOUNOISELESS
ditional Services.. Close your house : rwrwrrrrrwrrrrrrrr
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN. -
Any Refurbishing or Yard Car. FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND wamwrrr r wrr---a
--GUARANTEEDCONTRACT-- __r.r..aeeaExclusive
PAT 6 MAX HUBER r
BOX 523 Phone 778-2143
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021 I 1 .ITIlON ...the west-wanted
FOR SALE! 26 inch Pedestal FanS h hAIR
speeds. $35. M. M. Ttitt 56In Street CeISIIIHI" Feablre ,
Metw.s R.aeKWANTED CHARGER
Nice Horn for 7-yeor old
bore for 2 or 3 months this summon
Call 7455521. ( Xrea InsuranceComplete
Bag
FOR SALES Used aluminum window Air Conditioning Of Course
awnings ana scroonod porch. ALSO NEW
Ir..-landing aluminum beach or pool>> I
sido eovors. Clo..out on five Aluminum
Carports and awnings 10 and 11 feet ISLAND TV 778-1703
wide, 20 foot and over in length. Call Insurance Service
Sara. 3S5-5779 or Brad. 746"253.
FOR SALE OR RENT Nico 2 b.droom
Homo on 85th Stroot. Closed garage. 2 111111111111"I I t I I I I I I INVENTORY TIME .1
air conditioners, largo patio, nicely
planted lot. Call 778-1530 or 748-0651. OUR
CARS
Are RADIO EQUIPPEDTo
WANTED T..n aged boy for parttime f
yard work on. or two days per w.ek.aU STARTING MAY 30TH, WE WILL BE CLOSED FORA J
: 778.2b16.ISLANDER .
PHOTOS As an added service Give You FEW DAYS-TAKING INVENTORY.
to our nadirs S by 7 enlargements
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- BETTER & FASTER SERVICE Island Hardware
DER are available at $1.25 each. Writes Dobbe's J
THE 778-2021.ISLANDER. Anna Maria or Phone f.... 1.1. I II t & Marine Supply (.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Starting immediately If iff GtMfsl Hardware or Houitvarts or Garden Supplies, .1 Mare it-
each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE
ISLANDER is entitled to one four-line ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER ef will get it for you 778-2111 J
Unclassified Ad at no charge each y.ar.
No Strings, No CIlcka-on. Fr.* AUTHORIZED DEALER Larson Beats, Scott & Evlnrud .I
Four-Line Ad for each PAID-UP,Sub- 778-1697 778-1548 '" ,
acr a.r. So Take1 Advantage of This Motors, Murray TraiUrs.
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