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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: June 14, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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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."
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No. 553 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1962 TEN CENTS
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OSCAR G. RUSSELLOscar ... .. EROSION BOARD MEETING

G. Russell 85, of 113 White .. 1: .. WOOD REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS STUDIED

Avenue, Holmes Beach, one of the 'C. Chairman Hugh G. Holmes of the Island Erosion Prevention District

Island's best known citizens, died commission has suggested a Countywide erosion control district. At a

Saturday, June 9, after a long per- regular meeting of the district commission last week, Holmes said he

iod of failing health. had made a thorough study of the engineering report and recommendations -

Born in Sweden, he came" to this of Sydney Makepeace Wood and related material.Holmes' .
as a man and settled
country young
-< -YTy recommendation to the port Holmes read letters from officials -
in Worcester Mass., where he became :-
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I. .1- County Commission follows: "After responsible for erosion con-
prominent in business and civic ,
activities.He ,.. taking into consideration all of the trol in several parts of the country..
information presented (in the Wood The letters cast some doubt on the
was an alderman and a councilman ..
S in Worcester, and a mem- $ i. report) I feel that this board should effectiveness of permeable groinsin
: ': recommendations and on the Wood-de-
general
ber of the Massachusetts Legislaturefrom make the following -
1918 to 1922. While in the : : 1. That the Board of County signed groins in particular. (Someof
.. ," ,; Commissioners take no further action the letters, and excerpts from
legislature, he headed several important -
committees, which (toward building a groin at the others, are reproduced Page 3).
4, among County Beach as recommended by John Benson, Manatee County Engineer -
were the Ways and Means Committee -
Wood)until it has made a complete told the erosion board he has
the Committee on Roads and
of the blueprinted plans for the proposed
Bridges, and the Fish and Game investigation past projectsdesigned
by Sydney MakepeaceWood groin at the County Beach. He estimated -
Commission. He also was a close
friend of former President Calvin Some of the several hundred youngsters taking part in the annual swim- and compared them in cost the cost of prefabricatingthe
and effectiveness with projects of a concrete parts of the pier, using
Coolidge. ming classes sponsored by the Manatee County School Department, and
held at the Anna Maria Bay Park, starting Monday. (Islander Photo) similar nature designed by other County facilities at $20,000, and
engineers. that of actually constructing the pierat

"2. That after this investigation, from $10,000 to $15,000.

1 w. s BRADENTON BEACH MEETING if the Board of County Commissioners Benson urged the.erosion board to

NEW SANITATION ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY CITY is fully satisfied that past experiments pledge its financial support to builda
have proven successful, permeable groin of Wood design
+c y The plan to close the beach at the south end of the Island to publicuse it then proceed to set up a county- atthe beach, pointing out that :

has been abandoned for the present. However, in order to provide wide erosion control district to finance whatever effect the pier had would ,

authority necessary to arrest litterbugs at the beach, a new sanitation a complete program of eros- help the board in determining future i

ordinance has been passed by the Bradenton Beach City Council. Cal- ion control, since it would then be policy.

led an emergency measure, the ordinance became effective immed- in a position where further experi- Holmes said a complete programof

iately upon its passage at Thursday's meeting of the city council.In mentation would be unnecessary." erosion control on the Island, as

addition to setting maximum ing a 100-foot groin at an estimatedcost During discussion of the Wood re- (Continued on Page 3)t

penalties $100 fine or 30 days in of $3,000. Mayor Reinel has

jail, or both, for violation of its requested financial assistance on the HOLMES BEACH MEETING

provisions, the ordinance also creates project by the Island Anti-Erosion NEW COMMERCIAL ZONING CLASSIFICATIONS SET
the position of sanitary officer District.

,- G. RUSSELLAs and outlines his duties. Mayor Vic Council agreed to add Bay Drive After a public hearing on the subject last week, the Holmes Beach _. ..t.
OSCAR Reinel appointed : Councilman Paul North to its.paving program for the Board of Aldermen voted three new commercial zoning classifications.The l''

a young man, Mr. Russell wasa Maggar to the new position. Vice year. Other streets scheduled for new ordinance, amending Ordinances 2 and 41, substitutes three '

skilled stone-carver, and among Mayor Henry Meunier introducedthe paving this year are 13th Street commercial zoning classifications for the one previously in effect. All !

the exterior decorative stone workon ordinance.In South and a section of Avenue B. areas previously zoned C-l (commercial) will automatically be zoned

public buildings which he com- a companion measure, council The new city building code was C-3. the least restrictive classification allowed under the new regula-

pleted was,the eagle over the Library voted to purchase a"sufficient num passed and will have its first read- tions. The ordinance will become effective after approval by the city

of Congress in Washington, anda ber" of trash cans to be placed in ing at the July council meeting. attorney. .

balustrade on the same building. strategic locations along the south Council approved purchase of a James Wallace, Bradenton attor- Following a report by Alderman

Helaterbecame a real estate developer end beach. In addition the city new stenographer's chair for the city ney, requested a change from resi- John Beckett, the board voted to

and builder, and owned and cleaned much of the beach Satur- office, and a playground swing for dentialtocommercialC-3): zoningfor contribute $100 toward the cost of
operated a famous resort hotel onWorcester'l than a truckload the next to the city of-
day, removing more playground properties of William Schwepe the economic base survey sponsoredby
Lake .
Quinsigamond.He of debris. fice. Steve Raymond and Arthur Riles all the Manatee County Chamber of

helped organize and was a MayorReinelsaid on Monday that A resolution was voted to adopt as on the south side of Gulf Drive, opposite Commerce.
charter m e m b e r of the Worcester twelve trash had been the official flower of the the
new cans put city, the Island Shopping Center.A Because of many complaints received -
Lions Club when the National Lions on the beach, and users of the area single Red Hibiscus at the sugges- public hearing on the requested the board voted to instruct

Club was founded. are expected to use them. Reinel tion of the Island Garden Club. changes was scheduled for the same the building inspector to refuse per- !

Mr. and Mrs. Russellmoved to the also said, that although the city has evening as the next meeting, Tues- mits for duplex homes where plans ,
Island 21 years ago, and for many no immediate plans to close the day, July 3. show more than one front and one :
years he was active as a builder and south end beach, too viola- door for each i
many City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Archer reported rear unit. The moveis
land developer. He was a memberof tions of the ordinance by the pub- a balance on hand of$18,503, a temporary one to forestall any I
the first Holmes Beach Board of lic cause such action. He added further
might withS7,291 recently received from circumvention of duplex
Aldermen when that city was incorporated that the new ordinance gave the the Florida Power & Light Company zoning by building a "duplex" so it

in 1950, and was a memberof city authority to close the beach. as franchise payments. Bills totaling can be used by more than two fam-
Roser Memorial Community Chester V. Crawford who has
$1,208 were approved for payment.Bids ilies.
Church. He organized the Island been the city attorney since the first for paving to be done on 76th A franchise for a taxi service for

Republican Club, and often was" referred of the year, submitted a letter of Street were referred to City Engineer Charters, Inc. was discussed, and

to as "Mr. Republican. resignation. He gave poor health as Howard Scott for clarification. Bids will be considered for action at the

Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. his reason for leaving the position, were received from Curry & Turner July meeting after a formal peti-

William R. Kermode of Holmes and council accepted his resignationwith Construction Co. and Lee Tharpe, tion is received. Charters, Inc. has
and Brazileof
Beach Mrs.
Agda regret. both of Bradenton. its office at the Holmes Beach Air
(Continued on Page 3) RICK FROST: woo is starting ms se-
Council voted contribute $100
to A petition from a group of local Strip and operates an air taxi service
toward the of the economic condsummeras Pastor's Assistant at charter
cost shuffleboard players asking for a and fishing boats.
MOSQUITO FUND base survey sponsored by the Man- Roser Memorial Community Church. contribution from the city toward Two hundred copies of the city
Rick who is a junior at Florida State
I CONTRIBUTORSContributors atee County Chamber of Commerce the cost of new shuffleboard courtsat building manual at a cost of$200.
last week to the AMI the third of the Island citiesto University, plans to study for the the Anna Maria Community Hall Social Security for City Clerk Archer -
after his college
Anti-Mosquito Fund were: Paul do so.Read ministry completing Park resulted in a vote by the boardto and Police Chief Paul Ford is

Leonard, H. A. Cole, Isabelle for the second time and pas- training although he has not build four courts on the Holmes being investigated by the board of

Coles, Helen's Motel, Louis Comic, sed a new ordinance setting fees to yet decided what seminary he will Beach City Office property. Bids aldermen.
attend. His duties at Roser consist
Joan Tann, Peter B. Magnuson, Ida be charged for building permits. It will be opened at the July meeting.
of with the
almost
M. Eaton. D. W. Pedrick, Donald was first read at the June meeting.Sgt. entirely working

Taylor, Harold C. Nash, L. H. Mc- G. W. Knutsen and CpL R. youth groups of the church, althoughhe

Grath, John J. Henry, Anna Maria L. Hayes of the Florida HighwayPatrol occasionally delivers the sermon. 14jj) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Reinel witha Rick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
Motel and George H. Thrall. presented Mayor
erick Frost of 85th Street, Holmes
The fund has now reached$777.50, safety award for no traffic fatal- Tem.ratvr.. Meta Rainfall
ities in the city during 1961. Beach. (Islander Photo)
seventy-five
approximately percentof Sam Noon 6pm High
the goal of$1,030.. Transfer of the beer license at Bay-

Officers of the sponsoring organization side Inn from Mark Ambiello to Jack ANNA MARIA CITY OFFI- June 5--81 90 84 94 85 None

the Island Chamber of Commerce Merrill was validated. June 6--79 86 83 92 86 None
CIALS HAVE ASKED THAT
urge all those who have not Council voted to apply to the trustees June 7--82 90 86 91 85 .1
ALL ANNA MARIA! POLICE
done so, to send contributions to C. of the Internal ImprovementFund 12 June 8--78 82 80 85 84 .3
CALLS FROM
JUNE through
E. Brewer at die Island Bank. Checks and the Corps of Army Engi- June 9--74 80 82 84 84 .4
JUNE 29 BE MADE TO 746-
should be made out to "AMI Anti- neers for permits to construct a rock June 10--80 86 86 93 85 None

Mosquito Fund."The: entire proceeds groin in the Gulf at the end of Bridge 7121. June 11--80 84 83 92 84 Trace

are used for larviciding. Street. The city has plans for build-



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THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 14, i



, The ,IslanderANNAMARIA, I. _: ;_ :f __ '..' . FLORIDA an "BeA II II'lq1l
L t)1 JELE HONe:178: alJ vise Litterbug

THE EDITORIf
Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL By

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL have wondered

Moil Address: Anna Maria; Florida 1 o".... about, perchance the purpose you of the stone struc- 1jfj, \ ''i ; I

ture south of the Holmes Beach City

Subscription 3.50 a year $2.00 for six months, payable In Office, we heard it referred to at
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. last week's meeting of the Board of
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for Aldermen, as Fort Ruby, apparently ...
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. named in honor of the chairman oftheboard's ;.., .
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. i'fc9il; !', .- :.v
beautification committee -
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CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn Mrs. Ruby White. -.. -. "" .
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Independent weekly published every Thursday by We call the attention of all Islanders -

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida to Flag Day, Thursday, June 14. i
Let'smake it a real oldfashioned100 .
: Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 31879. per cent-Flag Day. And if youdon't .. ...
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have a suitable flag, and don't

know how or where to buy one, call
More About ErosionEDITOR'S the Bradentonoffice of the St. Pet-

ersburg Times, 743-0791, and they ..
NOTE: After reading an article by Harry Varley in an will tell you about the flags they

area daily, we invited Mr. Hugh G. Holmes, chairman of the Island are selling at a very reasonable

Erosion Prevention District, to reply to the article, in our price--$3 over the counter,or$3. 50
paper. Mr. Holmes and another member of the Erosion Board'were delivered by mail. And in answerto !

attacked in the article because they had the temerity to disagreewith that question--no, we don't get

the author's views on erosion prevention. Mr. Holmes' reply any commission for this plugit's
follows.As just that we happen to believe in
the idea.
usual, Mr. Varley has resorted to his familiar tactics of makinga :
SO r.
statement and then backing away from responsibility by adding the '
Somehow or other, the reason for
phrase reported to have said. In this case he intimates that I have p
not investigating the controversial
lied by saying that I said there were "many failures of Wood's groinsin Wood-designed groin proposed for .
Jamaica the Great Lakes New York State in Trinidad and the
the County Beach,because"A. groin ...
Barbados. The fact is, if he had attended the meeting he would have
which might be successful in one
known that Trinidad and the Barbadoes were not even mentioned. If "
area might not work in another
Mr. Wood has had failures in those areas, they have not been calledto
seems to us that it could be used by
attention.As .
my either side with equal logic.
to my saying that Mr. Wood ever has failed I have never been ,
in a position to make such a statement, since I have never had the timeto Reproduced below is an episode in Ii I :''" .,.

take a trip to make a personal inspection. However. I do have the daily lives of some of our fav- j
in my possession, a number of letters which were read at the June 6th orite cartoon characters, a strip now 5
meeting. attracting international attention SOME OF THE REASONS WHY Mayor Victor Reinel considered trying f

These letters were in all instances from responsible persons, most because the similarity of some of to close the beach at the south end of the Island. Above and below are !

of whom hold responsible positions of top importance in Erosion Control characters to certain living per- pictures taken at the south end on Friday, before the area was cleanedup
and Beach Preservation agencies.All sons. by a group of volunteers and paid city employees. The four pictures I
of these letters reported that permeable groins, and in many shown here were not the only ones which could have been taken to show j

instances, Mr. Wood'sgroins had not proven successful in the locations how the beach litterbugs have defiled the controversial area. In fact,

where the writers had had the opportunity of observing them. a photographer could have taken pictures all.afternoon, and not shown

Some of these letters even pointed out the fact that some areas POGO By Walt Kelly all the litter in the area. (Islander Photos) It
which had beaches before the groins were installed, had lost these i I II I

beaches after the installation of Mr. Wood's groins was completed.

Others reported that adjoining beaches were lost after construction of you eEEN acid I
Mr. Wood's groins.Mr. R E
P P R5 TIIIIlri
Varley answers that these failures were due to other measures
being taken after Mr. Wood's groins were installed. Why were other
,
devices used if Mr. Wood's groins were so successful? Another answeris
that Mr. Wood's groin was not built in the precise location design-
ated, that this was the reason for the failure. If so, we are indeed ,
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fortunate that the center of the Public Beach happens to be in an area 1
where this type of groin will work. We should extend our gratitude to ;

the members of the former County Commission who had the foresightto

choose this location for the beach. 1 1j j

Mr. Varley reports that the work done by the Erosion Board at
the Public Beach in the past, was not successful, and that the Island
taxpayers were double taxed for this project. The truth is the work Y
w w Na r Ii 3y.
done in the area of the Public Beach was only a part of a project to sa e; oi-' b hit
protect the shore area all the way south to 37th Street. The cost was !5 OP7 115'f G :
prorated with the Beach Commission paying $20,000 and the Erosion ;;
FACE ? S uFF not
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Board $15,000.Thisprogram ,
paying kIK ?NA1 11tOB$
was initiated by the Public Beach Commission, with rWHAtFt'tna \
the approval of the County Commission, and the cooperation of the

Erosion Board. At that time a number of trees had been underminedat I
the Public Beach and in the area to the south. The front stairs of

the pavilion and the shrubs and trees which had been planted were in

danger of being washed away. Emergency measures were necessary for
the protection of the investment which the County had in the facilitiesat

the beach.

The present groins were designed by the Coastal Engineering labor- "
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atory at the University of Florida under the direction of Dr. Per Bruun.

They were designed as an emergency measure, to protect the beach oNE5.00 E b.u ntwritfeJ.t a- I I

facilities, and they have done so. The report from the Coastal Engineering man ],, tan
Laboratory also stated that periodic artificial nourishment wouldbe t!

necessary to maintain a beach in that area. This is the program
which the Erosion Board has followed, and it has been successful.Mr. .

Varley states that my mind was made up before the meeting.He .
is correct. I had all of the information which was presented at the Cco f *1

meeting, available to me prior to the meeting. Based on this information -

I typed out my recommendations to the County Commission,
and presented them to the members of the Erosion Board for their ap- ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

proval. JUNEHIGH- -..LOW.-
After the recommendations had been approved they became part 14 Thur. 8:54 a.m. 1.8 10:39 p.m. 0.9 2:05 a.m. 0.5 3:48 p.m.0.2
of the minutes and were made available to the press. If that is not a 15 Fri. 9:22 a.m. 1.9 11:42 p.m. 0.9 2:35 o.m. 0.7 :30 p.m.0.3
16 Sat. 9:52 a.m. 2.1 ----- 3:02 a.m. 0.8 5112 p.m.0.5
it has been called attention before -
proper way ,to proceed, never to my
17 Sun. 12:40 a.m. 0.9 10:2" a.m. 2.2 3:25 a.m. 0.8 5:53 p.m.0.6
now. ,18 Man. 1:38 a.m. 0.9 11:00 a.m. 2.3 3:43 a.m. 0.8 6:36 p.m.0.7
Mr. Varley writes, "What should be done? Holmes should have c n 19 Tue. 2:40 a.m. 0.9 11:40 a.m. 2.3 3:53 a.m. 0.8 7:20 p.m.0.7
taken the time to fly to Jamaica or delegate a competent, independentand a 20 Wed. 12:24 p.m. 2.3 8.07 p.m.0.7 ---- -M
unprejudiced engineer to check every installation of Wood's piers, .21 Thur. 4:21 a.m. 1.0 1:14 p.m. 2.2 5128 a.m. 0.9 8:5.c p.m.0.6
and bring back an impartial report neither emphasizing the good nor 22 Fri. .56 a.m. 1.0 2:12 pm. 2.0 7:28 a.m. 1.0 9:43 p.m.0.5
23 Sat. 5:32 a.m. 1.1 3:18 p.m. 1.8 9.09 a.m. 1.0 10:31 p.m.0.3
bad--if such be found.
.P 24 Sun. 6:07 a.m. 1.3 4:37 p.m. 1.5 10:46 a.m. 0.8 11:19 p.m.0.1
All of which sounds very familiar--very much like a recent recom-
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mendation to the County Commission by the Erosion Board, which 26 Tue. 7:19 a.m. 1.7 7:54 p.m. 1.0 12:06 a.m. 0.2 12 p.m. 0.3
read "We suggest that the County Commission take no further action 71 W.d. 7:56 a.m. 1.8 9:50 p.m. 1.0 12:50 a.m. 0." 2:53 p.m. 0.0
untilithasmade a complete investigation of past projects designed by 1 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
Wood, etc." / s 29 Fri. 9:12 a.m. 2.1 ------- ---- 2:10 a.m. 0.8 :42 p.m0.
30 Sat 12:" a.m. 1.0 9:51.a.m. 2.2 2.7 a.m. 0.9 5:28 p.m.0.5 ;
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with least in this
I am happy to know that Mr. Varley agrees me at s
respect, that someone should make a complete study of Mr. Wood's ForConezand Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings I
work. and add one hour and six minutes to low tide readings. :








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1 OSCAR G. RUSSELL... LETTERS ABOUT EROSION Beach Erosion Board (of the c. S.
Army Corps of Engineers), which has
, (Continued from Page 1) EDITOR'S NOTE: Among the considered all types of groins since

Bradenton a son, Hilding Russell of replies to letters of inquiry about its inception in September, 1930,
Bradenton two sisters, Mrs. John
the Wood-designed permeable has never recommended the pei-
!y Da If red of Concord, N. H. and Mrs.
those below. The meable type.
groins, are
I Hulda of Gulf five
Nordgren port District U. S. Engineer -
Engineer, Army
is
grandchildren and two great-grand- first a copy of a telegram to
Holmes the District District.
Hugh from
children. Mrs. Russell died in May,
Engineer of the Jacksonville

I I 1961.Funeral services were held at Griffith 7, .A Zr rfT6s District of the U. S. Army Corpsof The letter below is from one of
the leading erosion experts in
-Cline Island Engineers.
Chapel, Tuesday,
the Great Lakes area, Ernest F.
with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, 1. Reference your letter of 22 May
Brater the Mich-
of University of
pastor of Roser Memorial Community 9a 1962 requesting information on the

Church, officiating. Cremationwas permeable groin design patented byS. igan.

to follow. M. Wood. It is not known that
Dear Mr. Scott:
of Mr. Wood's exist in
any groins This is in reply to your recent let-
EROSION BOARD MEETING... Florida, though many other types of ter in which you asked my opinion
r have been instal-
permeable groins about the use of permeable groinsfor
(Continued from Page 1) led here. Therefore, the following
recommended Wood would shore protection. My experienceon
by ,
._ _. remarks apply to the permeable the Great Lakes has indicatedthat
mean installation of 50 -- -'-'-' -
permeable groin in general, and not to any
: groins at a total cost of about two A 1905 picture of Oscar Russell when he followed his trade of a skilled particular permeable design. permeable groins are ineffec

. million dollars. stone carver, cutting intricate designs and decorations in hard New Eng- The question of permeable versus tive. The only cases where they appeared -

I Such program, if paid for by the land granite. Among the many public buildings on which his carvingswere impermeable groins has long beena to be of some help were
erosion district alone would where the wave conditions were very
mean used was Washington's Library of Congress. matter of controversy. Each type
mild.
an in'crease of40 per cent on all has its advocates. The primary effect -
bills the Island for 11 have observed many permeable
County tax on of permeability is to reduce the
I twelve thus the groins along the Gulf Coast of Flor-
years, placing program impounding capacity, which can
beyond the means of the local HALT! I trO/D NI4HTl Jr IT'S ME FOR be less ida and have yet to find any that
accomplished at
.. ordinarily
A JOl QWtI(
rr hold beach. An
helped to a exten-
district. I
II cost with a properly designed impermeable -
I Benson, in answer to a question ( groin. An important disadvantage sive installation of permeable groins
has been made on Captiva Island,
said the County Beach as the loca- of permeable groins is
tion for the proposed groin was dic- their relative ineffectiveness in near the village. You might be interested -
tated basis. It is in seeing these and talkingwith
purely on a legal LANDED IN THE UNITED holding a beach under storm condi-
HE WED TO SELLINSURANCEAN the local about them.If .
I theonly area on the Gulf owned by SAYS STATES AT AGE OF 18 tions. Where wave a c t i o n is the people
the County, and if installation of s WITHOUT MONEY AW I can be of further help, pleaselet
of material trans-
IF YOU CAN>0 THAT HUSTLING principal cause
; the groin should cause, rather than YOU tAN SELL ANYTHING STARTED portation, permeable groins are unlikely me know.Very
check erosion, there would be less IN TH' WORLD r to prove fully satisfactory as truly yours,
j risk of damage to private property. &. OSCAfc a shore protection: structure. The Ernest F. Brater,

Millage for the current tax year RUSSELLHE erosion board and &technical staff Professor of Hydraulic Engineering

was set by the board at 1.25, an probably have had more accumulated "
increase of .14 mill over the 1.11 I ( exposure in the last 30 years to Don't Hide!

rate of the past year. The increasewas \ the problems of selecting and designing _
made Holmes said OFFICIAL ) advertisein
necessary, shore protection structures
because one mill should yield $18, P iC HE TAKES ME than any other group in the country.It .
600, but in fact yields only $18,000 _& EVERWHtRLV ALON* is considered significant that the THE ISLANDER
because of assessment adjustments.In r
TO THE I, Cr W pp v --_ ,
addition, a small surplus, which TEN Two -
has been used for several years to YMtKEErtTH'llOAfcS CERTIFIED ; \

help pay the debt service on bonds. (OVSYJCTWEEN TWO ANDBoSTON wARD! ?, EXCELLENT "$$ If kite' Sands. \"

outstanding, is now exhausted. by Florida HotelCommL.lon ;. '
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&e 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday June 14, 1962

GLORIA DEI ACTIVITIES AMI SCHOOL AWARDSThe tine Campbell and Vicki Piitchard. ROSER COMMUNION I
Fourth Grade (Mrs. Laney) Donna
Gloria Dei annual Awards SERVICES ,
Representing Evangelical Day Assemblyat
Lambdin and Jeffrey Beckett. Fourth .
Church Area The Sacrament! Holy Communion -
Lutheran at an the Anna Maria School took place
Grade Mrs. Valerie Piscitelli San- I
( )
in Port Char- Sheriff will be observed during both the
Evangelism meeting last week, with Ken Gross dra Daher and
Norma
Joseph
Forney
lotte recently were Earle C rom e r presenting 19 patrol awards, and Sterner. 9 and 11:15 a.m. worship services I

and Pastor Frank E. Lyerly. Plans PrincipalSam Schiek giving schol- Finalists in the at Roser Memorial CommunityChurch
County Physical
were made for a PreachingTeaching astic, book, school service, library, Sunday, June 17. The Com-
Fitness, U.S.A. who
Program were
CHURCHESHARVEY Mission at Gloria Dei Church, physical fitness, science fair, and recognized were Melanie Wood- munion offering will be directed to
MEMORIAL CHURCH October 21-25.Dr.Robert Paul Roth, perfect attendance awards. Church World Service.
(Non.Di otni.atioaol I) land, Debra Forney, Eddie Steel, Vacation Church School will
acclaimed Lutheran One of the most prized honors at con-
t Bradenton Beach internationally Randy Bricker, Rosemary S can i 0,
RL"A.. W. SIGNS lecturer and writer, now Professorof the school is the Award of Honor, Kathy Pratt, Heather Taylor, Mel- tinue this week, Monday through
North- which both Friday, with morning sessions run
at
Systematic Theology represents scholarship
SUNDAY vin Titan,Fred Burger,James Tison,
: ning from 9 to 11:30 a.m. ,
western Seminary, Minneapolis achievement and service to the Morehead and
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Craig Cammy Fuller. 'j
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. will be the instructor-preacher at school. Recipients of this award Scholastic award winners were as '
that time. All Lutherans and inter- were:Sally Cox, Rolfe Maxon, Susanna follows: Fourth Grade, Thomas Perfect attendance awards went to

BERNARD MISSION ested friends in the area are urgedto Cobb, Debra Jo Forney, Jos- Parks, Donna Lambdin, Christopher Kindergarten, Laurie White. First \

1'ieJl: RKV.: FRANCIS F. WELSMIU.FJt.SUNDAYS : circle these days on the calendarnow eph Daher, Carol Levenson and E- Stubenberg, Joseph Daher and Sandra Grade, Joseph Bernard, Deborah .

: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. and plan to attend the services. lizabeth Turpen. -Forney. Fifth Grade, Jeffrey Naeher and Mary Anderson. Second ;
WEEKDAYS: 8:00'a.m.. Representing Gloria Dei at the an- Susanna Cobb, Robert Bodell and Boyd, Carol Levenson, Elizabeth Grade, Michael Weaver, Robert ,
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., nual convention of United Lutheran Glen Turvaville were recognized as Deborah Welch Melanie White,Susan Yerkes,Russell Krone
Turpen, ,
WEDNESDAYS: Church Men of Florida in Tampa winners at the Manatee County Regional Woodland, Susanna Cobb and Debra and Debra Ann Muncaster. Third :'
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. Saturday were Earle Cromer, Paul Science Fair. Jo Sixth Grade Grade, Donald Naeher, Johanna
,
Forney. Sally
Russell Homer Students the Cobb and Joyce Akins.Fourth Grade,
Endriss Jr., Ralph receiving patrol Cox, Rolfe Maxon, Pam Wilkes,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Kendall, Vernon H. Lamp, WilliamLee wards from Sheriff Gross were Andy Gregory Borden and Sue Karkhoff. Michael Briggs. Fifth Grade, Jerry
RELEE RATUFF. Pastor
and Pastor Lyerly, who-was the Adams, Rolfe Maxon, Rosemary Beckett, Michele Kelly, Nancy
THURSDAY: banquetspeaker at the convention. Scanio, Karen Akers, Kervin Lehr- School service awards were givento Wimpy, Elizabeth Turpen and Debra -
10:00 a.m. Junior C.A. ke, Barbara Neff, Johnice Jackson, David Miller, Rolfe Maxon, Andy Forney. Sixth Grade, Linda Kel-

FRIDAY: Barbara Swans, Jean Blackburn, Adams, Bobby Bodell, Barbara Neff, ly, Rickie Morehead, Barbara Neff .

7:00 Sr. High p.m.Students.Recreation Hour, Jr. and ART CENTER CARD PARTYA Sally Cox, Fred Berger, David Miler Barbara S warts, Brad Moore, Kevin and Melvin Tison.

SUNDAY: Kathy Pratt, Pamela Wilkes, Lehrke, Tom Blessing, Charles Fel- :
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. card party will be held at the Linda Kelly, Greg Borden, Susan lows, Chris Rogers and Fred Burger. Truth often suffers
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. Longboat Key Art Center from 2 to Karkhoff, Rickie Morehead Lu- Library awards went to Carol Lev- more by the heat of ft* :1

5:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, with cianne Massey. enson, Elizabeth T u r pen, Donna defender than I
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. the proceeds to be used to help the The Anna Maria Island Woman's Holmes, Rosemary Scanio, Sally from the arguments
MONDAY FRIDAY
8:30 a.m.through Bible School. : Center Craft Department to procure Club annually provides ribbons for Cox, Bonnie Meyers, Barbara Neff, of fts opposers. 1
TUESDAY: suitable arrangements for an effective the Bird Book Awards. Ribbon win- Barbara Swarts and Joseph Daher. William Penn

4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. display of.crafts in the future. ners were:First Grade (Miss Dorothy

WEDNESDAY: Prizes will be awarded and refresh- Bulloch) Jerome Welch, Olena FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. ments served. Guests are requestedto Hoard and Deborah N a e h e r. First
Choir- 778-2012
8:30 p.m. Chapel
take their own cards and score Grade (Mrs. Helen Lark) Temple \

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH pads. They will be welcome to play Hager and Donna Deam. Second R.C.SCHUCHARDBONDED..MASTER '

Non-Denominational) whatever game they wish at their GradeMrs. Lark)Craig Buehrer and PLUMBER'S '
LICENSE
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor own table, or they can come as individual Susan Yerkes. Third Grade (Mrs.
THURSDAY: players. For reservations, Margaret Drew) Jeanne! Knight and PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. players are asked to call Mrs. How- Don Naeher.Third Grade(Mrs. Hel- 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
SUNDAY ard at 388-2355. Hobert Chris-
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MARIA
9:00 & 11:15 a.m. Worship Services. ISLAND
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6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior HARRY M. RIFE

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WEDNESDAY: 4-
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.
7:30 p.m. Bd. of Religious Educa- REACH.

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GLORIA DEI EVANGEUCAL

Rev. LUTHERAN Frank E. Lyerly CHURCH! Pastor KEM-TONE COLORS DOttr

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Jane 14, 1962 THE ISLANDER Nall S

HIGH TWELVE CLUB 'EXCHANGE CLUB MEETINGThe GROVER C. VANKIRK

Delegates from the Island High semi-monthly meeting of the Grover Cleveland VanKirk 76, of
Island Exchange Club will take
Twelve Club who will attend the 520 75th Street, Holmes Beach 3s
place at the Holmes Beach Yacht
National Convention of the organi- died at a local hospital Tuesday
Club at 7 m. Thursday. June 14.
tion to beheld in Clearwater June p. June 12.Born .
A resident of Holmes Beach will
17 through20 are E. D. Wetmore in Princeton N. J. he mov- s
on the assistance available in
::' president and organizer of the local speak ed here three years ago from Summit -
: case of disaster involving the com-
group and John C. Myers, International N. J. He was a retired postal

'l i representative and Earle munity. employee.He .
Atthe Sam Ad-
previous meeting
Cromer treasurer. Alternate delegates was a member of the Presbyterian -
ams of Anna Maria discussed the
: : Hubert Lemon and August Church of Lawrenceville N. J.
equip- :
Wagner also will attend the meet- personnel andemergency and an associate member of Roser '
I' available in Anna Maria City.
ings. ment Memorial Community Church. He ___
that Island residents
He
suggested
was a member of Overlook Lodge
from their insurance afolder
secure agent 163, F F&AM of Summit, and the _
C. G. AUXILIARY Hurricane Precautions
on I
Island High Twelve Club. :
DISTRICT MEETINGAnna prepared by the National Board of
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Mary
Maria Island Flotilla 99 of Fire Underwriters and from the Elva VanKirk of Holmes Beach anda

theU. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will Civil Defense office the pamphlet sister Miss Esther VanKirk of _

be host at a luncheon meeting of entitled Fallout Protection. Princeton.

Division IX of District 7, U. S. C. Funeral services took place at Visitor from Copenhagen, Miss Gerda Sophia Thomsen (left), a guestof

G. A. i to be held at the Buccaneerat C. G. AUXILIARY SWIMMING Griffith-Cline Island Chapel Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beck of Bradenton Beach entertained at lunchat
COURSE the Holmes Beach Yacht Club last week. Guests left
noon Saturday, June 16. are to right
nesday evening June 13, with the
Commander George O. Athome of Mrs. Carl Mrs. Frantz Mrs. John Mrs. Axel
Among the speakers will be Col. Rev. Richard K. Wiggins pastor of Olsen Larsen Olsen
Charles<< Kumpe executive director Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. Roser Memorial Community Church Nielsen, Mrs. Beck Mrs. Charles Stoltzner and Mrs. Walter Hansen.
S. Coast Guard Auxiliary has announced All the women live on the Island Miss Thorn sen, and all were
of the WCIND, who will talk on the officiating. Burial was to take placein except
progress of the West Coast Inland that the flotilla has scheduled Lawrenceville. born in Denmark except Mrs. Stoltzner and Mrs. Hansen who were
a Public Instruction Coursein born in but "married Danes." Islander Photo
Waterway; Capt. John L. Golob Norway ( )
will be
swimming. Registration
officer of MacDill
commanding
at the parish hall of the Church of MIDGET LEAGUE STANDINGS
AFB, who will explain how flotilla
The Annunciation at 11 a.m., LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERSThe mic Policy;on the state level Apportionment -
members can assist in air-sea rescue (Through June 9)
Monday June 18. League of Women Voters of and a Study of the State
work Capt. Richard L. Hamilton Won Lost
;
These classes will be open to the Manatee County has successfully Merit System;on the local level, a
district commander;and Commander White Sox 5 0
public at no charge with classes in completed its provisional period Study of Home Rule.
Kenneth Goodwin of the St. Pet- Yankees 2 2
ersburg C. G. Station who hasor- all age groups from five years upward Braves 2 2 and is now a Local League. Recog- The League of Women Voters is a

ders transferring him to Boston. with groups to be divided for Pirates 0 5 nition by the National Board of the nonpartisan organization dedicatedto
convenience. Mothers of children League of Women Voters of the Un- the principles of self-government
GAMES LAST WEEK
under seven will be asked to stand : ited States was announced at a local established in the Constitution of
White Sox 12 Yankees 10
by while classes are in progress. board meeting last week at the homeof the United States. In its programand
18 Pirates 8
EPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER Students who can swim a little will Braves Mrs. M. L. Warfield president.A its voters service the League

Members of Epsilon Alpha Chapterof be given instruction in stroke and White Sox 12 Pirates 5 program on three levels of gov- works to promote political respon-
I FIVE LEADING HITTERS
Beta Sigma Phi and their hus- form. : ernment can now be assumed by the sibility through informed and active

bands and guests, will enjoy a swim- Mrs. Marge Cobb the instructorin Dennis Crum (Braves) .667 Local League:On the national level, participation citizens in govern-

mingparty at the home of Mr. and charge, is a qualified member of Joe Daher (White Sox) .600 United Nations. and Foreigh Econo- ment.

Mrs. C. E. Brewer of Key Royale Flotilla 99, and a graduate of the Tom Blessing (Braves) .600

Saturday evening June 16. American Red Cross swimming and Jack Holmes(White Sox) .529
RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
Dick Hutchins(White Sox) .500
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.Mrs. Cobb will announce GAMES THIS WEEK: luxury accommodationsinclude

time and place of classes. June 15 (Fri.) White Sox vs. Braves :

The swimming course is a part ofa June 16 (Sat.) Pirates vs. Yankees EFFICIENCIES 7

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ft THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 14, 1962

, LEGAL NOTICES Mrs. Harry McC a 11 u m and Mrs.

l' Mostly About People Kenneth Tout were delegates of the

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA i See o/so Page 8) Island Woman's Club at the Work-
Public Hearing by the Board of
Motel in
Commissioner of the City of Anna shop held at the Outrigger
Maria, Florida, will b. held at the Anna Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson of St. Petersburg recently under the
Maria Community Hall on Saturday, Jun Bradenton Beach are spending a sponsorship of the Florida Federationof
23, 1962. at 10:00 A.U., in regard to the
Petition of BAYOU MARINA INC. relative month in Spooner, Wis. Women's Clubs.
to rezoning from "re.idential"to *
"commercial' of 200 feet of land on Mrs. Paul Fettrow of 77th Street Miss Nancy Campbell, a gradua-
Boulevard, .
Bay
unplatted Dumain prop.rty.Gladys left few days ago for London, Ohio ting senior at Henry Grady High

City Clerk were she will join Mr. Fettrow. School in Atlanta, made a perfectscore sc s
6-14 & 21, '62 in the National Office Man-

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schadt and Association examination
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA of Lakeview Drive left the agement
public hearing will be held at the family the only such score ever made in the
City Office in Holmes Beach, Florida, Island recently to spend some timeat country since this contest was started
on Tuesday July 3, 1962, at 7:30 P.Vf. their former home in Janesville,
for the purpose of considering petitionsfor many years ago.
the rezoning of certain parcels of Wis. She also received awards for beingthe ...--; :- :-oi ._
land from R-2 to C-3. Ths paresis are *
student in the
situate between 53rd Street and 52nd Miss Margaret Burnham and Miss most outstanding
Street, Holmes Beach, Florida. The Helena Burnham left this week for Business Department at the school, HOME at 207 83rd Street sold by Mrs. Catherine Clampitt to Mr and
I westerly parcel, 405 feet in length is
owned by Mr. and Urs. A. F. Riles. Th. Brookline, Mass. where they will and one of the top ten per cent in Mrs. Fred Horn of Ohio, for a stamp-indicated price of$15,500. The

next and Mrs.parcel Stephen to the east Raymond is owned, 135 by feet tlr.; stay for the summer, after spending the senior class. transaction was negotiated by Gertrude Blassingame, Anna Maria Real-

and the next two parcel owned by Ur. several months at their Island home Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and tor. (Islander Photo)
I and Mrs. William H. Sehweppe-total). Mrs. PaulC. Campbell, and grand-
410 feel, ending at Gulf Drive. on Willow Avenue. of
of C.
A. Campbell
Pauline H. Archer daughter
City Clerk Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Shumard of Danielsville, Ga. and Anna Maria. GARDEN CLUB MEETING
Tarpon Street left the Island last ROSEMERE COURT: James W. The final meeting of the season of

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO week to spend the summer in Chic- Mrs. Paul Carlisle of Bay Boulevard Hunter of Dayton, Ohio...Mr. and the Island Garden Club will be held

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE ago. Anna Maria, is among 161 Mrs. Ed Pitman and family of Ind- at the home of Dr. and Mrs. William

The undersigned do hereby certify that Indiana University graduates of the ianapolis..Recent guests of Mr. B. Gray, 527 Key Royale Drive, at
they are conducting a rental cottagebusiness
Dr. and Mrs. Green of 56th
under the fictitious name of Ray Class of 1912 who have just become and Mrs. George Ries were their two 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 15. The
COLONY BAY COTTAGES on SecondStreet Street have left for their summer traditional will be
and their wives from potluck
members of the University's Emer- grandsons supper
North, Bradenton Beach, Florida, home near Litchfield,Maine, where
and that said firm is composed of the itus Club. Dansville, Mich. served.
following persons whose names and they plan to stay until October.
members of the class
places of residence are as follows: Fifty-nine
*
James E. Lindsay and Natalie Lindsay, returned to the Bloomington cam- DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
201 North Bay Drive, Bradenton Beach, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John of the
Hoosier State
Florida. pus universityto
of Gulf Drive Holmes The FOR
} Cassidy fimmlt
Ownership of COLONY BAY COT capture all attendance prizes at Park
TAGES is as follows:James E. Lindsayand Beach,were Mrs.F. Edmundson and AllModern9U1T MOBILE HOMES
traditional alumni reunion
ceremonies -
Natalie Llnd.ayach 50 per cent.It Margaret Taylor of London and St. Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers to 53'
is intention to apply to the Clerkof June 1 through 3. up
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee Petersburg, and Emily Gstrein of The Emeritus Club is composed of Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
,
County Florida, to register the said Vienna Austria.
name of COLONY BAY COTTAGES un- retired faculty members and grad-
der the provisions of Chapter 865.09 *
who received their 50
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardner Bowen of uates degrees
Witness our hands this llth day of or more years ago.
June 1962. 77th Street are spending a few weeksin FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
JAMES E. LINDSAY Minneapolis, and later will spend
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Thursday. June 14, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pe 1



If, ISLAND REAL ESTATE IH


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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
FO1AII1 CONSIDER THISINCOME -- Houses suitable for Islajd climate
; Licensed fecfricoContractors .
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
Snapper and Pint Streets Additions. Trustworthy estimates .
:
PROPERTY: BETWEEN HIGHWAY & GULF Electric Wiring Fixtures giren.NORMAN .
DICK 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, COMPLETELY FURNISHED L (ROY) FERGUSONDay ROSEDALE Anna Maria
778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591
HOME, WITH ATTACHED TWO BEDROOM COM-

WAGNER PLETELY FURNISHED APARTMENT. ALL ON FOR SALE

TWO LOTS. CLOSE TO STORES. $20,000, TERMS. COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED TWO-

BEDROOM,TWO-BATH HOME: FLORIDA ROOM, LARGE

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE CLOSE TO UTILITY I ROOM WITH EXTRA SHOWER, SCREENED

GULF, CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED..$7,950. PORCH, CARPORT, BOAT DOCKING PRIVILEGES.SEE .

HI Hi Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor OUR SIGN AT 83RD STREET & MARINA DRIVE.

778-2663 Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER $19,000
-- J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156
Anna Maria, Florida
t I RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
Look For These Signs

WE HAVE LISTINGS ON MANY FINE HOMES
YEARLYRENTALS
PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU

ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME, LET US SHOW YOU THESE.
APARTMENT IN HOLMES 541 KEY ROYALE DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
BEACH. $65 PER MONTH ISLAND REALTY
Waterfront, Three Bedrooms, Three Baths, Beautiful Viewof
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED GEORGE E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
the water. 44 feet of Glass Doors for Inslde-Outside
SECOND FLOOR APART
MENT, HOLMES BEACH, Florida Living. Outside Dining and Lamgfn? Terraces. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.

$75 PER MONTH. Entrance garden with pool. Large screened patio with 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

y TWO B'EDROOM, NEWLY 14 x 28 kidney-shaped swimming pool. Cleopatra bath
FURNISHED HOME, PALM
t DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH, with sun gardens. COME AND SEE IT..TODAY! HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST
RESIDENTIAL SECTION NEAR BEACH. EACH
$125 PER MONTH ,
John Witt, 512 Spring Avenue, Anna Maria
3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Phone 778.2407 or 778.2677 UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN

HOME, WITH BOAT KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;
RIGHTS, $125 PER MO. TILE BATH. BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
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1 BEDROOM FURNISHED SEASIDE GARDENSAnother ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED--AND RENTED!
APARTMENT. AIR CON NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-Terms Arranged.
DITIONING AND TV. ALL JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
UTILITIES PAID. ONLY
$65 PER MONTH Apartment Building StartedWITH Estate Sales & Rentals

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
$8,750 BUYS THIS CUTE
2 BEDROOM HOME WITH ONE UNIT LEASED, AND TWO SOLD

ALL-ELECTRIC GARAGE. COMPLETELY KITCHENand GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW NEW FINGERin
FURNISHED, INCLUDINGAIRCONDITIONER
.
JACK HOLMES Realtor
NICE YARD, AND ONLY ,
100 FEET FROM BEACHI HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
4HOLMES I
BEACHi THIS BRANCH OFFICES LUANA ISLES
VERY ATTRACTIVEHOME Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
COMPLETELY BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET
FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT 0. A. Ritz ScUwwm L S. Putnam Salesman.
,
CONDITION- Half Block From Gulf

HASGARAGEANDWELLAN D S CAP E D YARD.- ASTOUNDING !
a
ONLY 200 FT. FROM THE $100
I BEACH. PRICE $10,500- LOTS DOWN
$1SOOdown,$$95p monthr Key Royale & Bay Palms
S a *
I 300 ft. of BAY FRONT. $25 MONTH Includes Interest
ZONED COMMERCIAL- "BONUS HOMES"OFFER
t Deep Wafer from Upland to PAVED STREETS
Chann l-WIII LEASE or FAR MORE FOR FAR LESSI

SELL. CONTACT DETAILS.US FOR Water On
City RequestALSO

Cholco BAY FRONT HOMEt
3 Largo Bedrooms ((15 x 18
-15 x 16-16 x 18)) 2 TII.Baths .
; Central Hooting NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
Bulltln Electric Kitchen
Nice Living Room with Available
Fireplace, and a 14 x 22
Florida I Room. Garag. *
City Water. This new homo
has more than 2,000 sq.,ft. BONUS HOME No.951671st Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
of living aroa. Soawallod
I Lot-75 x 120 on pavodtroot. ST., HOLMES BEACH US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
ONLY $23,500, Including COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Draporlos. GOOD .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED

I FINANCING. *AVAILABLE.* .TWO LARGE BEDROOMS

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS

HOME WITH AN OVERSIZED S OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM
GARAGE, LOCATED Walter S. Haidin
IN A GOOD RESIDENTIAL .95-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT,
NEIGHBORHOOD. PRICE FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED
HAS BEEN REDUCED TO . Realty Company

i $7,500.A ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors

90 x 110 Soawallod Canal $18,300LIBERAL
Lot In HOLMES BEACHOn -
paved street, and priced FINANCING
At ONLY $3,5001!
NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

THREE HOLMES BEACH NEEDS-AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. 778.1010 101 CABLE, Manager 778.1756
LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001

I AND ,4 YEARS TO PAYI KEY ROYALE INC. FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307IT
J ZONED DUPLEX. ,



y e 8 THE ISLANDER _Thursday June 14 1962

Skiver of Greensboro N. C...Mr.

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE and Mrs. Frank Simpson of Tampa ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

...Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson of
M 7"w pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print.=LORD BYRON Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. H. Schil- Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
L, __._,_ip-jujuj j-xr'j-ij j-j.r J J j i -""""
linger of Tampa...Mr and Mrs.

ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs.F. ...Mr. and Mrs. William Stambachof Robert P. Mardell of Lakeland...

StrahmidelofGulfport..Mr. Phillipsburg Ohio...Mr and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Daniels of Port ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

and Mrs. T. R. Charlton and Sam Mrs.Thurmond Schreel and children Salerno...Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Huf- "" -

Scalaro Sr. of Tampa...Mr and Jane and Fred of Louisburg Ohio1 febinofBartow..Mrs. R. O. Wal- YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

Mrs. M. D. Wagner and family of ...Mr. and Mrs. Galen Pettey of ters of Lakeland.

Ft. Walton Beach...Mr. and Mrs. Collegedale Tenn..Mrs. G. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. D. BUYS MORE Fountain Service

V. H. Pander of Ft. Meade. Gemeinharlt of Collegedale. Tenn. H. DeGalyer of Lakeland..Mr.and COMPLETE

EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. ..Mrs. Sharon Ferguson of Glendale Mrs. Donald Schliesman of Toiletries .

Bob Otte of Lake Alfred...Mr. and Ohio...Miss Genny Benken of Hamilton, Ohio...Mr and Mrs. J Stationery

Mrs. J. Arthur Clay of Louisville Wyoming Ohio.LAYZLIVN. William Mules of Mukwonago Wis. LINE Magazines and Books

Ky..Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Byers and MOTEL: Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Burke of

family of Greenfield, Ind. Mrs. M. T. Woody and daughters Gallipolis, Ohio...Mr and Mrs. Beach Wear

HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and Jeanette and Marian and Laverne George Walkenbach of St. Louis,
IN A REAL
Mrs. L. W. Maruck of Winter Park Asycue of Plant City..Mr. and Mo...Mr and Mrs. Gale Owen of

...R. H. Hodges of Peoria 111... Mrs. David Smith of Paducah, Ky. St. Ann, Mo...Mr. and Mrs. Tho- DRUG STORE General Sundries

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Young of ...Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. HallJr. mas Middleton of Sidney Ohio.

Bradley...Mr. and Mrs. John D. of Memphis Tenn...Marjorie NOMAD MOTEL:Mrs. Lester Cas-

.. Frierson of W. Va... Open 8:30 1:00
Vincent of Madison Lodge Kan. Charleston tle and son Mike of St. Petersburg Sundays a.m. to p.m.
and Frank of Ko- the and Burkett fam-
Mr. Mrs. Stedry Maybry, Dyal
...Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brownof Phone 778-1411
778-2075
Night J. D. WEBB Pharmacist
komo Ind...Mr. and Mrs. EdwardR. ilies from Plant City for a family
and Mrs. Porter
T a m p a...Mr.
Geran of Middletown Ohio... reunion...Sue O'Conner Terry Sue
Thompson of Alexandria La...Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Nieland of Dearborn Watson Susan Mayhugh and Peggy
and Mrs. R. E. Line of Akron Ohio
Mich...Mr and Mrs. T. Banks of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. PADDLE & SADDLE
...Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lucas ,
Crumball of Dearborn Mich...Mr. Haskel Poore and children Terry and
and family of Orlando...Mr. and
and Mrs. Charles W. Brown of Marion Ann of Anderson S. C...Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. Proctor and familyof
0 h i o...Evelyn Pertrolatis of Mrs. James Poore Jr. and childrenand Chi- SPORTSWEARJamaicas
Tampa...Mr and Mrs. S.
West Olive Mich. Mr. and Mrs. James Kirkpatrickof
pourisof Annendale Va...Mr and
Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Paul
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS
: of
Mrs. C. A. Smith and family

M/Sgt. and Mrs. Stanley Kalisch Brockmiller and party of Herculaneum Tam p a...Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bermudas

and family of Blytheville Air Force Mo...Rev. and Mrs. Donald Mastron Willard,Ohio...Mr. and

Base Ark. are visiting Mrs. Kal- Werchan and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Harold of Orlando...Mr.

isch's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Adolph Werchan of Wisconsin and Mrs. R. M. Stoll and family of Blouses Pedal PushersSeersuckerDacronCotton

Zienkiewicz. ...Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sexton and Springfield, Mo.

WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. daughter, and Norman and Barbara e e e

and Mrs. Paul Tessilo and familyand Allen of St. Petersburg. ..Mr. and

Mrs. C. D. Games and daughters Mrs. C. W. Hagen of Lacoma, Ill. Guests this week at the home of

of Winter Have ...Mr and Sgt. and Mrs. Arlie Walker andparty Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams of Anna

Mrs.Robert Fowler of Petersburg. of Columbus Ga...Mr. and Maria are their son-in-law and daughter Sizes 8 to 20 & 38 to 44

PROTHERO APARTMENTS:Mr. Mrs. Ward Hagan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Condieof

and Mrs. William H. Frosch of In- Teddy D* Renollet of East St. Lou- Rahway, N. J. and sons Skipper SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT--

dianapolis. is, Ill...Gail Hendry and party of and Christopher, and their son and

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Lakeland.S. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.

and Mrs. J. E. Backus and children S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. James Adamsof Miami, and daughters -

Jay. Anita and Casey of Frostproof and Mrs. Ray B. McElroy and Mr. Paula and April..

..Mrs. Henry Green and daughters and Mrs. Bill King of Orlando.. Mr. e e
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Welch of Bay Layaway 'i f. Phone
and Mrs. Robert E. Brand of Salem -
Patricia and Phyllis and Mr. and Boulevard left the Island this weekto

Mrs. Reid Hansford and children;'Ore...Mr. and Mrs. John F. Turnerof spend the summer in Charleston, Plan mss' n.f rrnerlwomen 778-1161

Reida Heidi and Robert all of Lake Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Tenn.

Wales..Mr. andMrs. G. E. Wan- Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. e .s.iiii-.iiii iii-_iii iiii-_-_-_i
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shy of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs.,Jones of Carrollton Ga...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins of ------r---------a-----
"Mrs. J. C. Walker of Gallipolis, 75th Street several :====. .._---a ONLYPHILCO
of
W. Babon St. Petersburg...Major are spending ----- -----
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and Mrs. C. Rhodes and children of Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Piersonof months at their summer home at La- :-=-=-=--= '=-=-=-=-=-

Spartanburg S. C...Mrs. Robert Austin, Texas.. .Dr. and Mrs. J. conia, N. H. ----------
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Hammond and of'S. Turner of Atlanta. e e e -----
daughter Sandy ..
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HALEY'S MOTEL Mrs. Ramona A. Mrs. C. M. Howattof North Shore ------ '------
Homestead...Mr. and Mrs. R. Lundy : --------------- GIVES YOUNOISELESS
Drive left the Island for ---------------
and family of Leesburg..Mr. Bodthe and Miss Arolyn Bodthe of recently ===============
Closter, N. J. for the summer. --------------- A
and Mrs. R. P. Walker of Valrico Lakeland...Mrs. Jacob Frysinger of -:5=:::::=========-

Samoset Pa...Mr. and Mrs. Paul (See also Page 6)) I Exclusive

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE I 10"0. ..the most-wanted

WE HAVE IT...
Consumer Feature
( PAYMENT REQUIRED)
AIR CHARGER
EIGHT LINES1.00; MINIMUM 50* LAir
FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND

YEARLY RENTALS!Lov.lr 2 bedroom Of Course
apartment, completely furnished. Dock- VARIETY STORE TEL. 7781021HOSPITALIZATION Conditioning
ing privilege..Furniehed apartm.nt
on Gulf, Holme Beach. On. bedroom,
$75 p.r month...Thr.e bedroom furnish ISLAND TV 778-1703
ed home near Bar in Anna Maria, $115
per month..Oth.r yearly and seasonal
r.ntala in several pric. range.
Walt.r S. Hardin Realtor 7781010.
& ARRIVING DAILY
ALTERATIONS on all kind of cloth-
Ing. Dressmaking. Drop*. lira. Frank
Beard. Phone 771431.WILLTRADE:140 : Major Medical ProtectionFOR New Line of Summer Items

HP Ceutury Inboard
Boat Worth 1500. Look and Run like
new.For Down paym.nt on Beach Bay, SENIOR CITIZENS OVER 65
or Canal Home or Cottage in Holme,
Beach or Anna Maria. Call 7782791 b.*
fore June 15th, or Wint.r Haven CY- NOW AVAILABLEat
33827, thereafter.

FOR RENTI 3-room, newly furnished HOBBY
Apartm.nt.Screened patio,private beach.
7502 Marina Drive. Tel. 7781213.
YEAR AROUND -PROPERTY- -- -MAINTENANCE MOP778.1O2OELECTRONIC
] Xrea
Mowing edging trimming. Jay insurance
Floor cleaned and polished. Window
washed and oU.d. Prompt and efficientservice.
Reasonable ratsrsf.r.nc.sfurnish.d.
.Ken Fellows. Phone 7782894
after 4i30. 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sale & Ser BUG KILLER
vice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept.
Frank Beard. 7781431.. .
ISLANDER PHOTOSi A* an added service r PLUG IN-
to our reader, S by 7 enlargement Has hot weather caught you JUST
of any picture appearing In THE ISLAN- j .
DER are available at $1.25 each. Write with your hair down? I f. FORGET ABOUT BUGS I
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria, or Phone

7782021.. A DUART COLD WAVE is ILIwit
FOR SALE OR RENT Nice 2 bedroom
Home on 85th Street. Closed garage, 2 the
air conditioners, large patio, nicely answer. Designed especIally .. Only
planted lot. Call 7781530 or 7460651. -
,, for humid climate. Clip .
HOME&PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
While you are away-a weekly Ch.ck- and this 3.93DOuue's
coupon, save on or $
.lD, of house for any trouble that alptde..loPL z
air house, and water houseplant ""'- -
*. FREE ESTIMATES on any Additional : another permanent. _
Service Close your home .. )-:
CLEAN-Open your houe-CLEAN. .
.
Any Refurbishing or Yard Car. .
GUARANTEED CONTRACTPAT Island Hardware
& ++++ M I t I M*+MMM *t
MAX HUBER
BOX 523 Phone 7782143 + + & Marine SupplyIf
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 Island tJUNE SPECIALt
Starting immediately iff Gtrol Hordvort or HouMvarts or Garden S.ppliet, we data It-
ANNOUNCEMENT
each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE Beauty Salon | COUPON: WORTH $1.00 jOH or will get it for you 77S-2811
ISLANDER U entitled to on. four-line

>Unclassified fo String, Ad No at ctaa1cka-oa.no charge each Free year. Shopping Center | PERMANENT t AUTHORIZED! DEALER Larson Boot, Scott & Evlnrvd'o

:Tour-Lin Ad far each PAID-UP Subscriber -- + Motors, Murray Traitors.Pa .
Offs So Take Advantage of This 778-1380 t