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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 21, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 554 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1962 TEN CENTS


MRS. LULA A. COLMANMrs. INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY

CONTRACTS LET BY U. S. ARMY ENGINEERSAward
/
Lula A. Colman, 97, widow -
of two contracts totaling $2, 830,103 by the U. 'Army
of the late George E. Colman, diedat
Engineers for waterway projects was announced last week by Col. J. V.
"
her residence, 406 Magnolia i' .
Sollohub, district engineer.A .
Avenue, Anna Maria
Wednesday, .
June 13.Oneof. -- -- ..., $2,014,650contractwasawardedto the R. C. Huffman Construc-
,.J ) I tion Co. of St. Petersburg for dredging a 35-mile section of the-West
the Island'soldest residents, .... IJ' Florida Intracoastal Waterway from Caseys Pass at Venice Inlet to Tam-

Mrs. Colman had lived on the Island r .. -S I Ico pa Bay. The St. Petersburg firm submitted the lowest of four bids on :

since 1930 moving here from Wil- I 4' project at the second bid opening on May 28. The first bids were rejected !

limantic, Conn. t. in April as too high and the work was readvertised.Some .
Shewasa member of Roser Memorial r .., I
Community Church, having I three million cubic yardsof lion from Venice to Charlotte Har-

been a charter member of the material will be dredged under bor. When completed, the protec-
this contract. The work is part ofa ted waterway will be a minimumof
church; its first treasurer after its organization S
150-mile west coast waterway 100 feet wide and nine feet
School teacher '
;a Sunday .
and a member of Roser Guild. S ';' ;.:.... ,., #,._ t'..... '::s, -..... '>,, -. ,. project stretching from theCaloos- deep. The Huffman Company will
t} ; ahatcheeRiver to the Anclote River. be allowed 490 calendar days to
_" .'" ...,,, :. "+o--P.:'. ; ': With the award of this contract complete this section of the route.

...,-<-/--' work will be underway or completed The second contract awarded did
-
along the entire 150milelongsection not involve work on the waterway.Col. .

A FIRE TUESDAY NOON almost completely destroyed a residence at except for a 24-mile sec- George Lumpe executive
2305 Avenue B. Bradenton Beach. Firemen from Bradenton Beach and director of the West Coast Inland

Anna Maria were summoned to quench the blaze. In add I t ion to the C. G. AUXILIARY Navigation District, said Saturdaythat

house and its contents, a late model sedan in an attached garage was SWIMMING COURSEThe dredging of the waterway in
burned. Volunteer firemen in Wuichet of the vicinity of the Island would be
completely picture are Jim first class for adult beginnerswho
Holmes Beach and Mayor Vic Reinel of Bradenton Beach who suffered have registered in the Red Cross about 18 months away.

P 4Ata some slight burns on his arm. (Islander Photo) swimming course sponsored by the .

Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. FIREMEN'S ATTIC AUCTION
::4ii.* FIRE DESTROYS AVENUE B DANNY BAROLO HOME S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will be Members of the Anna Maria Fire

RESIDENCE TUESDAY NOONA Danny Barolo a former star athlete held at the south end of the Island, Department are busily collectingodds

fire almost completely destroyed atManatee High, retumedhome recently in the Bay just north of the Long- and ends which will find new

a residence at 2305 Avenue B, after his freshman'year at boat Key Bridge, at 10 a.m. Mon- owners at theFiremen's Attic Auction -

Bradenton Beach, shortly after noon Vanderbilt University in Nashville, day. June 25. Other classes will be 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday. July 7.
Tuesday. Tenn. held at the same location and same Residents are asked to clean out

According to Island Fire Marshal Although he starred in both foot- time of day each Monday, Wednes- overcrowded closets, attics or garages -
Leon F. Stafford and Bradenton ball and baseball in high school day and Friday thereafter, until the and call any fireman to have
Beach Police Chief W. H. Snooks where he made both allConferenceteams end of the course. the items picked up, or drop the sel-

Adams. the fire broke out when in his senior year, he did not Classes for children will be heldin dom used household goods at the fire

gasoline fumes:in the garage of the go out for football at Vanderbilt.He the.same,place.,and on::the.same station. '__ __.
house ignited from a nearby gas did play freshman baseball days of the week from 10 to 11:30a. According to Fire Chief John Pro-

water heater. however as the regular third base- .m. starting on Monday July 9. thero cooperation of residents will

The home was occupied by Mrs. man, and compiled a .333 batting Mothers younger children are requested assist the firemen in two ways. First,
MRS. LULA A. COLMANShe Liza Mozer and her two sons, Mor- average. In addition. he pitched to be present during the les- it may eliminate some of the fire

j was a founder, charter mem- ley, 18, and Richard 16. It is own- three games and won all three. The sons. hazards around Island homes, and
ber and honorary life member of the ed by Roy H. Smitley of 4531 58th, team won all ten of its regular sea- Mrs. Marge Cobb. a trained Red in addition, proceeds from the sale
Island Woman's Club, a member of Street West. Bradenton. son games and then won all three Cross swimming instructor and a will be used for necessary department -
the Anna Maria Garden Club and of Fire Marshal Stafford said Tuesday games of a playoff series.In qualified member of Flotilla 99. expenses not covered by tax
the Anna Maria Readers Club.A evening that insurance adjustors had other fields of activity Danny will be the instructor for the courses. support.
native of Rhode Island, Mrs. called the home a total loss, buthe achieved honor roll marks took the Persons who intended to registerfor The firemen promise an afternoonof

Colman spent the greater part of her would make,no estimate as to dol- Navy ROTC course at the University, the course, and did not do so on fun at the firehouse, with ama-
life in Willimantic and Branford lar value of the damage.The and pledged Kappa Alpha fraternity.To Monday may still do so by calling teur auctioneers prizes, hot dogs
Conn., and when she and her family car. a late model sedan was keep in shape for the summer, either Mrs. Cobb at 778-2122. or and cold drinks, plus a display and
first came to live in Florida, also a complete loss. It was owned he is taking a non-required course Mrs. George Athome at7782034. explanation of the department's fire

they owned and operated a citrus by Mrs. AgnesGarcia of Gulf Drive in Chemistry at MJC, and playing A total of 36 persons registered. fighting equipment.Vice .
grove in Polk County.She a family friend. sandlot baseball.

was the daughter of G e o r g e Morley Mozer told Adams he was moned. and quickly had the blaze
Emerson Bean, one of the Island's siphoning gasoline from a car storedin
under control, but it had made too
earliest settlers, who homesteadedand the garage, and had the fuel in
much headway to save much but the ei-
built a home on the north pointof two shallow pans. He was going to outer frame of the house. T; i
the Island, and from whom Bean use the gasoline for his own car. Adams said Mozer suffered minor
Point derived its name. The fire gained headway quicklyand
burns on one foot, and Bradenton
Surviving Mrs. Colman are her Richard ran through the houseto
Beach Mayor Vic Reinel, a volun-
alert his mother and help her to
daughter, Marion Colman, with teer fireman, had first degree bums
whom she made her home safety.
and a
on his arms and legs. He was treated 1k '
sister, Mrs. Mary Hall of Anna Mar- Adams said no charges would be by Dr. Earle Saunders. Y aTPr
ia. preferred Mozer.
against Stafford said several of the firemen
Funeral services were held at Roser Volunteer firemen from Bradenton
were burned slightly by hot tar from
Memorial Church Sat- Beach and Anna Maria
Community were sum- r
the roof of the building. LU5jcj
urday afternoon,with the Rev. Rich- ._ !
---- ---
ard Wiggins,pastor of the church N

officiating.Burial 13
was to take place in South.

Coventry, Conn.MOSQUITO .
jwrr

FUND .
CONTRIBUTORSConuibutors t President Dave Boozer of the Island Kiwanis Club presents club
t. scholarship checks for study at Manatee Junior College to Philip Garrett -
tan week to the AMI left, and Geraldine Lowe, right. Garrett is the son of Mrs. Helen
Anti-Mosquito Fund were George Garrett and Miss Lowe the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald K.
Athorae R. G. Trembley, James Lowe. (Photo by Ed Bauman)
Edwards. A. W. Harrington Ernest

Cagnina.Ned Leigh.Elmira Golder a

Dr. George Clark Capri Beach Apartments ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
,Mr and Mrs.Robert Slater -

Harold Hess Mr. and Mrs. J. T.mp.ratvr.* Water Rainfall
R. Copeland, Arthur Simonds. Peter t HittJune
Rittlnger. Larry's Market and

George P. Roberts. l ,_:, 12--76 88 82 92 85 .2
-
The fund has now reached$897.50, June 13--80 90 80 9486 .3
less than$150 from the goal. If the SWIMMING CLASS REGISTRATION. Mrs. Marge Cobb registers five- a June 14--80 90 86 89 86 None
fund is oversubscribed balance year-old Greg Art for the Red Cross swimming classes sponsored by "
v any June 15--76, 82 82 86 86 .05
I V will be held over for another year Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. S. Coast Guard,Auxiliary. At right June 16--86 87 82 89 87 1.2

and used for,the same purpose, the VanOstenbridge, too young for the class looks on, ,and standing ,June 17--80, 89 83 89 87 None
at rear are two Island visitors from Cuba. Oneida and Victoria
of the Is- Casta 18--80
larviciding mosquitoes on June! 90 86 94 87 Nones
land. eda. (Islander Photo)



2 J .. rt .U.tit. aAti Y THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 21. 1962

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The Islander f. % ANNA MARIA/ FLORIDA '
g'eKse a"? PYRAMID on the

TELEPHONE 778-2021 beach at the end .

By THE EDITORFor of Shell Drive .

Editor. KIMBALL where energetic >>. "t J1

News and advertising.MARGE: KIMBALL e you motoring vacationists a- but obviously irresponsible g\.\.' I

mong our readers, we suggest read- young
Address Anna Marla Florida
Mat ing a handy booklet called TRIP people piled the
the American area beach furni-
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in TIPS published by
into stack
ture a
advance-Canada, $5.00 pr year. Fore Loyalty Group of :insurance
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for companies and available to you many feet high a-

six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. in many cases through your local top a wooden sun
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. insurance agent.Could save a life! platform for the

third time withina --.9 *,. ,.. .
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY week. Residentsof
_
northerners leave us; the days ..
the offering ,
area are i
An Independent weekly published every Thursday by grow longer--and hotter; the rains

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida come oftener (usually); the waters reward a substantial for information -

of the Gulf become to
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. warm enough leadingto
swim in--andourvacationtimepoet the arrest of the
lands on the Island--then we know
gagsters. In addition
summer is really here!
to breaking

HURRICANE SEASONFriday many of the chairs
ANNA MARIA AFTERNOON and benches the

Still hot afternoon. vandals have removed a life ring with 150 feet of line attached which

June 15, was the opening of the 1962 "Hurricane Season. Along the pond's edgeAn was kept in the box under the platform for possible emergency use in I

Which, of course, does not mean we can expect any tropical storms alligator helping a swimmer in distress. (Islander Photo)
immediately, or at all, but according to the Miami Weather Bureau, Slides noiselessly down

hurricanes are most likely to occur between June 15 and October 15. Into the murky water--

Something new this year is a request by the Weather Bureau that the Hurricane
public assist the bureau in its scientific research on tropical storms by On the sand-mud flats

recording the sounds made by the high-velocity winds near the eye of The fiddler crabs are restless. .

the storm. ."The recordings will help bureau scientists analyze the pat- Off in the distance _--,,-'';

tern of airflow near the center of hurricanes where they suspect there A bulldozer growls : :;j )! -\ INSTRUCTIONSMany

may be tornado-like circulations." Of course the technical problems, And snorts like a beast-- :

such as how to operate a recorder without electricity, etc. will be

left to the individual.Also The sun overhead
according to the Weather Bureau Floridians have never had Glints myriads of bright lightsOn agencies concerned with public safety publish hurricane safety
than this Last the precautions to be observed by the public, but the following informationseems
better protection from tropical storms year. year the roughened waves. ..
Bureau's radar fence from Maine to Texas was completed and provedits A lone sailboat tacks to cover the situation most completely. It has been reprintedwith

value by its accurate charting of Hurricane Carla. The radar can Against the stiff breeze-- the permission and approval of Wyman, Green & Blalock Inc. ,
feel and chart disturbances as far distant as 300 miles.A 442 Twelfth Street West Bradenton' and we suggest that readers who

valuable assist is rendered by the Tiros weather-eye satellites.Last Wind and dark storm clouds wish to have a copy of a hurricane chart on which to trace the course

year the first report of Hurricane Esther in its formative stage was Build and billow from the South. of tropical storms obtain one by calling at the office of Wyman

made by Tiros II, and altogether, it reported five hurricanes and one Dripping palms glistenIn Green & Blalock.

tropical storm. Not bad for a beginner! This year satellite cloud photos the silver sun
BEFORE THE HURRICANE: Beach Residents-Leave low-lying beaches
will be received by warning centers in Miami, San Juan and New Or- After the warm rain--
leans. which may be in danger of being swept by high tides or storm waves.
Leave these areas EARLY since roads to safe locations can become
Still another valuable safeguard is the automatic weather buoy The hot sun drops now f
impassable hours before the arrival of actual hurricane conditions.
which is anchored in the Gulf at 25 degrees north 90 degrees west. It Behind palms and shell rooftops AVOID BEING MAROONED. Evacuation is inconvenient but it may save
was the first to warn of Hurricane Ethel in 1960. Toward the horizon.. life.
your
An experimental development in hurricane science to be con- An orange twilight glow INSIDE YOUR HOME: Keep tuned to your local radio or TV station L
tinued this year is the seeding of the tail of the hurricane with silver Promises the night. for the latest Weather Bureau information. Get the facts not rumors.Be .

iodide crystals first tried last year with Hurricane Esther. Although it --Steve deWolf sure to give yourself plenty of time to act if the storm comes your ,

did not report results of its experiment at the time, the Weather Bureau .., '.. way. If possible get a battery radio in event of power failure.
now says the experiment turned "many cubic miles of water cloud"into c." Fill clean sterilized containers such as jugs jars, or bathtub with

ice. Co-experimenters the Bureau this year will be the Navy drinking water. Should water system breakdown occur during storm
and the National Science Foundation. t
WAIT for official word to resume use of tap water.
Another of the scheduled research of the Bureau will I
part program Stock up on emergency lighting in event power is knocked out-
be undertaken by its four planes, which have been gathering data from iJ
lamps lanterns and kerosene to burn in them; candles; a flashlightwith
severe storms in the Midwest. By August they expect to be probing the : : extra batteries; plenty of matches.

Caribbean hurricanes to gather additional data on spiral rainbands in \.;" ..1/ Be sure to have sufficient food on hand that does not need refriger-
; .
which tornadoes often form.A .
.t. ation or cooking; canned meats spaghetti baked beans canned milk
very important part of the fight'against hurricanes is carried on
soups, canned heat for cooking a sterno stove.
by the hurricane hunter planes of the Navy and Air Force. Navy planes ... .
Be careful of fires. It is &; good idea to have a bucket of sand or a
from Jacksonville and Puerto Rico patrol the Atlantic Caribbean and ,. .,.,i". good fire extinguisher available. \
the Gulf, and Air Force planes fly out of Bermuda. The Navy patrol ,...,. ,,1/,'(. '
;:" Have a supply of cloths and mops ready in event you need to soak
started its flights right on schedule--on Friday. .. .)C 1'j'i that hammer
up water may penetrate beneath doors. Have boards ,
Naming of the 1962 hurricanes has already been done. The young t 1 \, jIIf' saw, nails for emergency repairs.
ladies when and if they appear, will be known as Alma Becky, Celia : .i, '
Check first aid supplies for items that might be needed in an emer-
Daisy, Ella Flossy, Greta Hallie, Inez, Judith Kendra, Lois, Marsha,
gency--adhesive tape, antiseptics, bandages.
Noreen, Orpha Patty Rena, Sherry, Thora Vicky and Wilna. Just in I '. Conserve refrigeration by turning refrigerator and deep freeze to
passing, we wonder what names will be used ten years from now. >
coldest setting possible; they will stay colder much longer after power
record the Bureau since 1886 I... -i. .",. .
According to a 75-year compiled by ....., i goes off.
the first tropical storm has occurred in June 27 times, but the first hur- l.f > ..' :.. ;;; t.! for _
Useyour phone emergencies only. Jammed lines hamper emer-
ricane has occurred in June only 14 times. ; calls for firemen doctors workers.If ,
\ gency police rescue
During those 75 years the Tampa Bay area has been the direct targetof ;: r\ it is necessary to evacuate, let the Red Cross know WHERE YOU
few The Island itself is .
hurricanes times. a
relatively tiny target :
in the
WILL BE event someone tries to reach you or your family. Con-
and the odds are very long against its being directly in the path of a valescentsor chronic invalids should be removed from threatened areas
but POSSIBILITY DOES AND THE EXPERTS
hurricane THE EXIST well in advance of the storm. Take food for children or pets, baby
ADVISE PREPAREDNESS. So, for those.of you who want to continue,
formulas, special diets to last at least 24 hours.
we have reprinted on the opposite side of this page, some of the recommendations -
OUTSIDE YOUR HOME: Secure or bring inside loose material and
HARVEST--Island Not
for hurricane style. enough
of
responsible persons preparedness.Litterbug to take orders for, or to nourish a movable objects such as garbage cans garden tools, porch and lawn
furniture potted plants. Secure doors. Awnings which can be
for but garage
family many days, enoughto
Don"e A know it can be done--bananas can moved should be raised and tied securely or taken down. Fasten storm
shutters board windows and doors.
Photo up glass
be raised at home. (Islander )
Take down television antennas.Checkueesandshrubbery .

remove limbs which might damage your
ISLAND BUS SCHEDULELEAVING house or utility wires.

Make sure your automobile is on high ground, away from trees or
TRANSFER POINT MANATEE
AVENUE AND
10TH STREET
utility poles in a garage if possible. Fill the car's gasoline tank since
.: 7:00.9:1511:15 A.M. 1 :15 3:15 5:15 P.M.
-
pumps might not be operating if power goes off.
,
,-;' _<.c. LEAVING ANNA MARIA CITY PIER AT: t If you have a swimming pool drain it to half empty at least. After
r ; all valves are closed and electricity turned off, remove electric pumps
.
8:00-10:15 12:15-2:15-4:15-6:15 P.M. from underground pits.
,?
Route: 6th Avenue to 9th Street, South to Cortez Plaza, DURING THE HURRICANE: Stay indoors and away from windows;
glass may shatter. Stay in rooms away from the storm side of the house.
from Cortez Plaza to Bradenton Beach; from Bradenton If high winds blow out a window, open wide a window on the oppositeside

; Beach north on Gulf Drive to Public Beach; to Holmes of the house immediately to prevent further damage.It .
is advisable to keep slightly open a window on the side oppositethat
Beach and City Pier. Return same Route to Bradenton from which the wind is blowing in order to provide ventilationand

Trailways Bus Station. to equalize inside and outside air pressure.If .
the eye or center of the hurricane passes directly over your area,
Owner and Operator skies may clear and there may be a lull in the wind lasting anywhere ;
.f_, On Island, 20*; | Packages under from a few minutes to a half hour or longer. Remain inside, or if
.:/. -": One way 45w; J. C. W RIG I H T 2 pounds, 50)) absolutely necessary make emergency repairs. Be cautious however

'n Day Phone Calls 746.1577 Effective since the wind will return from the opposite direction suddenly and .

:. Round Trip, 80*. Night Calls 742-0933 June 1, 1962 possibly with even greater force then before.l'altC" 1



Thursday June'21, 1962 THE ISLANDER P.rs r.J

by the serious illness of his father.
Let's GoFishing Catches aboard the ADMIRALS the ';i.' ,_.j
lasttwoweekshave been as usual-- <. ..<.;.>...

.excellent. Monday (June 4)): W. J. ,'
Dawson, Sarasota, 31 1/2 pound rFISHERMAN -

grouper; Lester Thompson, Dela- i
ware, Ohio, 24 1/2 pound grouper,
and Sammy Scott, Sedalia, Mo. .--r-i'J A

New Florida fresh water fishing licenses 17 pound black grouper. L..... 3g' ti
went on sale officially last Tuesday (June 5)): Mary Vaught, 4
week at offices of all county judges; Indianapolis,21 pound grouper; Ern-
and their authorized sub-a genu est Cargile, Louisville, Tenn. 20
throughout the state. ,pound grouper, and Dick Weber of
Although the new licenses actuallyare Siesta Key, a 16 1/2 pounder.
effective July l, both the 1961- Wednesday(June 6):Milton Fa ssett f/
621icensesand the new 1962-63 of Valrico had a 16 pound grouper;
censeswiU be honored by all Wild- H. D. LeClair of Sarasota, 15 pound
life Officers during the period from grouper and Ruth Fa ssett of Valrico,

June 15 to July 1, according to A. 14 1/2 pound grouper. FAMILIAR FIGURE AMONG FISHERMEN. Genial Jim Sage, commo-
D. Aldrich, director' of the Game Thursday(June 7): Frank Bileth of dore of the ADMIRAL fleet of deep sea fishing boats operating out of
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Bradenton 11 pound black grouper; Cortez. Modest, like all fishermen, Jim seems to be trying to hide I
Beginning July 1, only the new 1962- Ralph Edwards of St. Petersburg, \ .' among the grouper as the boat pulls into the dock. (Islander Photo)
63 licenses will be honored. 91/2 pound grouper, and Dr. O. B.

Licenses are not required of resi- Pavlin of Bradenton Beach landed a .I enton, 16 1/2 pound grouper. A. E. Cason, Lakeland, 19 1/2
dents who have attained their 65th 6 1/2 inch squirrel fish. He landed Wednesday (June 13) ADMIRAL: pound grouper.
birthday, nor of children under 15. the fish on 80 pound test line, and Robbie Sneider, Bellwood. Ill. 30 *
Servicemen stationed in Florida are then only after a tough struggle. pound grouper;Charles Shiever,Bra-. Sam Scalaro Sr. of Tampa, last
considered residents insofar as licenses Friday (June 8): J. E. Saucier of Tommy "Butch" Webbof denton, 28 pound grouper and Eva week landed an 8 pound and a 3 1/2
to fish and hunt are concerned. Atlanta, a 20 pound grouper, Bill Pine Avenue Anna Maria with Fuller, Cleveland, Ohio, 24 pound- pound redfish at the Rod & Reel Pier,
Licenses are not required of resi- Lassiter of Mel-Mar Trailer Park, 38-inch. 17-pound snook he caught er. and a 14 and a 12 pound snook at the
in the surf in the Gulf at the end oi
dents fishing non-c mmercially; an 18 pound red grouper. Bradenton Saturday(June 16): R.E. Randolph, City Pier. Sam earns his living as a
Street, Beach
with not more than three poles in the Saturday (June 9):Doc Thompson, Bridge 34 pound grouper;Ray Shrader. Roanoke plumber buthisreal interest is sport
county of their legal residence. A, Plant City, 23 pound grouper; C. D. Saturday evening.In addition, Butchproudly Va. 26 pound grouper, ando fishing.
license is required of residents fish- Arnold, Bradenton, 221/2 pounder displays string of 11 one t .
ing outside their home county, n and Harold Rowe of Bradenton, 12 three pound trout he caught in the
oI same area. Fourteen-year-old Butch
matter what method of fishing i i I pound red snapper. Q
caught the snook on light spinning
used. Licenses are required of al]]l Monday (June 11): L. E. Hayes. tackle with ten pound test line and lalkitup- .., ;' t I
non-residents,except children unde r r Louisville, Ky., 16 pound grouper; light leader. His struggle with the
15 years of age. Cynthia Colbert, Sarasota, 14 1/2
fish, which took more than 20 minutes -
License fees are:Resident, state pound grouper, and C. E. Kelly of attracted agalleryof more IF IT'S INSURANCEWE
wide, annual $2. Non-r e sid en t,I Mulberry, a 14 pounder. than 100. Although lives in Anna

,statewide, annual, $8. Non-resi- Tuesday (June 12): Jim Bruney, Maria, Butch does most of his fish- HAVE IT
dent, statewide, 14-day continuou' Cortez, 18 pound grouper; Harold ing in the vicinity of Willis Bright'sBait
fishing$3.25.Non-resident statewide Hellwig, Bradenton, 15 1/2 pound Shop in Bradenton Beach.
five-day continuous fishing, grouper, and Nadine Green, Ruskin, (Islander Photo) JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

$2.25. 15 1/4 pound grouper. 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
Wednesday(June 13): M. Swigert, Friday June 15): R. E. Randolph,
News out of Cortez this week i s: Bayshore Gardens 18 pound group- Owensboro, Ky. 201/2 pound
that Islander Capt. Andy Rasmussen, erJimmleDipolito, Tampa, 17 grouper; Hilda Nice, Palmetto, 18
after four and one-half years as skip-, pound grouper and Joe Aprile, pounder and Johnny Franz Brad- Beach Bendix
of the ADMIRAL TOO, is lea
per ving]
: Tampa, 15 1/2 pound grouper.
that position, and returning to hi Thursday(June 14): Buck Marsico, Laundry & Dry Cleaners
first love, the carnivals. Roanoke, Va. 38 pound grouper: "

MIRAL Taking TOO Andy's will place be a on very the highl AD-; ',. 'Louis grouper Wilks, and,'Indianapolis Jim Chesser., 23 Sarasota pound, SEE'S, *, 205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach

recommended skipper from the St.,
21 pound grouper.
Petersburg area, Capt. Normal l ElECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS
Dunn, who has had many years ex. I NOW
perience deep-sea fishing in th HAVE YOU TRIED
Gulf. ..L YOU; CAN SIT IN THE SUN WHILE

Capt. Sonny Davis of the ADMIR -'
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MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE. at LakewooJ Club, Mich. MRS. HOOD W. McCRAY -
.
(s.. also Pages 5 and 8)) Mrs. Madalin Sdiinagl of White Mrs. HoodW. McCray, tJS, a res-

Mr. and Mrs._ Robert E. "Red" Avenue has returned to Land O' ident of Staunton. Va. died at the

Mills of oflih Street left this week Lakes, Wisconsin for the summer home of her daughter, Mrs. James .
A. Sherman. 5619 Gulf Drive ; '
for Gram'ille. Term. where they
Mrs. Bruce Robinson and children Holmes Beach, Friday June 16.
will spend se\'cra1111\nths while Mr.
and visit- She came to the Island in November .
Carole -
s Stanley Jerry are
Mill buys tobacco for the R. J. Rey e -
l1\\lJs"T\\bacC'\\\,. Later in the season ing Mrs. Robinson's parents Mr. 1961, from Staunton. She wasa _,

1 they will be in London. Ky. and and Mrs. Al Jones of North Shore member of Trinity Episcopal 9S ,
for three weeks. On their Church of Staunton. c
Drive,
way
Oxford. N. C. as he visits the various Y p
tobacco auctions. They will here they stayed for a week,with Survivors, besides Mrs. Sherman,
Mrs. Robinson's sister Mrs. Alfred are two sisters, Mrs. Richard Smithof i\
the Island in .;
return to January. x G ;
.,
Gallagher in McHenry, Ill., and Lexington Va. andMrs. William 1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Giles lefta another week sight-seeing in Wash- Talbott of Staunton,and one grand- ,, 6 a.,

few days ago to spend the summerin ington, D. C. On their return trip son.Funeral
Clayton Ga. to their home in Anchorage, Alaska, services and burial were
Island visitor Mrs. Bruce Robinson and children, Carole and
they will visit Mr. Robinson's family to take place in Culpepper, Va. Jerry
her Stanley, and in the background, Mrs. Robinson's father, Al Jones of
Griffith-Cline
birthplace. Island -
Mrs. Harry Callahan and children Phoenix, Ariz.,Oakland Cal.
Pete Kay and Carl left the Island and Portland, Ore. and will join Chapel was in charge of local Anna Maria. Two-year old Jerry is"the only one of the children who
can claim the title of "sourdough, having been born in ,
recently for their home in Danville Mr. Robinson in Seattle, where they arrangements.MRS. Anchorage
Alaska where the family lives. (Islander Photo)
Ill. where they will join Mr. Cal will see the World's Fair before returning -
lahan who left for home about a to Alaska. Mr. Robinson is
GRACE M. BRIERLEYMrs.
month ago. the controller of the Anchorage
branch the Northern Commercial Grace M. Brierley, 70, of
A miscellaneous shower was given Company. 609 Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria,
1 last week at the home of Mr. and died at Sarasota Memorial Hospital
Mrs. Robert Bolster of 74th Street in
Saturday June 16. Born Troy
Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Ellis of Ave-
for Mrs. James Johnson who was nue A, Bradenton Beach, are leav- N. Y. she moved here four years
married earlier in the week. The from that
city.
ing this week to spend the summer ago
shower was planned by Miss Terry at Cottage Inn, Cashiers N. C. She was a member of Gloria Dei
'H uk ill, Miss Shirley Harvard and i 1 Evangelical Lutheran Church; the

Miss Patty Hess.. Mr and Mrs. Carl Freeman of Auxiliary of Anna Maria Island Post

Mrs. C. E. McCollum of 75th i Danville Ill and their children 8199 Veterans of Foreign Wars; Order -

Street recently attended the reunionof L Jan and Gary are spending a short of Eastern Star. Troy, N. Y.;
the Golden Anniversary Class of[ vacation at their home on Gulf Anna Maria Island Star Club and F i NY
Drive. Anna Maria Island Woman's Club.
Perkiomen School Penns-
1912
at Y
,
I burg Pa. Mrs. McCollum was one V. V. "Pop"*Bartow* left for Kan- Survivors are a brother, Harold ....,,--- w .-. ....
Damon of Troy, and two sisters,
of six alumni of the school who received visit his
Kan. to
sas City recently
plaques presented by Head- daughter, Mrs. Helen Ruby and his Mrs. Helen Paris and Mrs. Anna NEW AND OLD presidents of the Manatee County Pharmaceutical Soc
master Dr. Stephen W. Roberts for"their Chalifoux, both of Troy. iety, Gene Pace of Palmetto and J. D. Webb of the Island Pharmacy.
outstanding contributions in grandsons. Funeral services were held at Gloria Picture was taken at dinner meeting of the society held at Holmes

the fields of service, philanthropy. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Ellis of Dei Church, Sunday evening, Beach Yacht Club last week, as the new president assumed his duties.
publishing teaching ministry, and Guava Street left a few days ago to with the Rev. W. J. Moretz of the (Islander Photo)
devotion to church! and fellow man*"I spend several months at their sum- Trinity Lutheran Church of Bradenton -

mer home at Portage Lake. Portage, officiating. Burial was to be in
Mrs. Cecil Hook has returned to Troy. Griffith-Cline Island Chapelwas
j Maine. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
her home in Prescott, Mich for the in charge of arrangements.

summer after spending several Miss Maude Robinson and Miss TWO LOCATIONS -
months in Bradenton Beach. Frances Keating h a v e returned to
BOB'S BARBER SHOP
their summer home at Huntington 1015 14th Street W WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rolfe have L. I. N. Y. OPEN DURING SUMMER
4 left the Island recently to spend the i Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiomi Trail, Sarasota
summer in Palos Park Ill. Rolfe Maxon of North Shore Drive FRIDAY & SATURDAY Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811 1
is attending the Baylor Military ONLY
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Putnam of,, Academy Summer Camp in Chattanooga -
85th Street are spending the summer Tenn. for six weeks.
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June_21. 1962. THE ISLANDER Page S

BRADENTON BEACH LIBRARY umes were given by Mrs. Fleming's
daughter, Mrs. Jim Zerby.
I AFTER FIVE YEARS, A FLOURISHING INSTITUTIONal After the library became a fact k

_
even though a tiny institution, more esa a
and more people dropped in with
contributions books, and now and
then, a few dollars with which to
alI purchase supplies. w
S Since moving into its present quar- .
ters, where more people see and are ..:
aware of its existence, both the
number of volumes and the numberof
borrowers have increased.All .
the work at the library is and
has been on a voluntary and non-
paid basis, with Mrs. Fleming, Miss
Snell and Mrs. Helene Jenkins tak-
ing turns as librarian, with an occasional -
:iir I assist from other interested
:
women. Mrs. Jenkins is the only one
of the trio who had formal trainingas
a librarian, but the others have Summer storm clouds over the Gulf. Picture taken by staff photographer -
t acquired whatever knowledge was in the nature of an experiment--a new process. If the picture looks I
necessary.The good, the reader may judge the experiment was a success. (Islander

files show a total of more than Photo)
: N)3aoTn o Ra I I IeI 5,200 volumes, and more than 550 .
T 'T .Y AA81J j borrowers. During the winter tourist MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Landis and fam-

season, the library is open six days ((5.. also Pag.s 4 and 8)) ily of Indianapolis are vacationingat
f. each week, but during the summer La Casa Blane for six weeks.
Mrs. Peter Karr of Boulevardleft
Bay .
itisopen only three days, Monday
: Wednesday and Friday. Many teen a few days ago on a three month Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMillin,
agers make use of the facilities to trip. She will visit her soninlawand and their daughter and children, all
w ra daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Matt of Lookout Mountain, Tenn. are
.rx do some of their homework, and use
the many reference books.As D z ia g w a and their family in vacationing at their home on
DesPlaines, Ill. then will meet Cocoanut Avenue for six weeks.
in all libraries, books are divided .
her daughter-in-law,Mrs. RaymondKarr *
into categories such as fiction, Montana, and will accom- Col. and Mrs. Joseph E. McGillof
biography, history, etc. and the
a pany her back to her home in Ket- Premont, Texas, and their dau-
collection of juvenile fiction is wor- chikan Alaska, for a visit with the ghter and children of Washington,
thy of a much larger and better endowed -
Raymond! Karrs and their family. On D. C. are spending a vacation at
institution.No .
her return trip, she will visit in San the Nichols Cottage.
I geographical limits are imposed .
Francisco her son and daughterinlaw -
on borrowers. All Island residentsare Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kennedy and
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Karr.
welcome to use the and of Winter Haven
views of the Bradenton Beach Library show (in top picture) the library family are spend-
stacks carrying the library's more than 5,000 volumes, and in lower the volunteer librarians report that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slater of 75th ing the month at their home, the
picture, the front of the room, where Mrs. I. R. Pollard. Mrs. Edythe they have some borrowers from Street left the Island a few days agoto "Castaways," on Sycamore Avenue.Be .
Fleming and Miss Mary W. Snell are conferring on a minor library Longboat Key and Cortez. spend three months in Chittenango well.informed, Read The
problem. (Islander Photos) Actual and moral support comes N. Y. and Princeton, Maine. slander.
from a board of directors, which includes I

During five years of operation, the brary in a store building on Bridge several prominent citizensof CERTIFIED
Bradenton Beach Public Library has Street, its present location.At the city, among whom are Dr. EXCELLENTby $$ Mite SandsAPARTMENT
expanded slowly but steadily until about the same time, the library O. B. Pavlin, former Mayor P. C. Florida I Hotel \\\J ,
$200 allocationby VanRensselaer and Mrs. I. R. Pol-
today it is a flourishing institution.And was granted a
for most of its life, the libraryhas the AMI Community Fund, its lard. Commls.lon.
grown despite its lack of income first official income. Last fall, the The library is a heart-warming Call 778.2577 t\ '
'" example of a worthwhile result \ M ,0 TEL ;
nutured almost solely by sheer will United Appeal of Manatee County very hk\
power--that of its founders, Miss voted$500 allocation to the library from sheer effort.HARRY. For Reservations i__ _
Mary Watkin Snell and Mrs. Edythe enabling it to purchase a few '1
Fleming.For books for the first time, and to obtain M. RIFE 6504 GULF DRIVE, 1-2 BBDROOM
several years the library was other needed items, includingan LICENSED EFFICIENCIES
located at the Harvey Memorial electric fan. ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLA. HEATED FOOL-TV
Community Church, but about 18 Books for the library first came PAINTING CONTRACTOR

months ago, the Bradenton Beach from the private collections of Mrs. BONDED AND INSURED
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Beach
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SUNDAY
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ':
10:30 a.m.t'orship Service.ST. # ; .; ,-, .: .. =-.-' ; -I.: -'' ;; __ _
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reunion and 40th wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and -

: 8:00 and 10:00. a.m. Mrs. H. E. Cox of Beach Avenue. Left to right are Peggy Muse H. E. -, ._ _ .
WEEKDAYS 8:00'a.m. "
: Cox, Mrs. Cox. Marilyn Williams Fred Cox Betty Cox Roland Glenn
HOLY DAYS 8:00 and 6:00
: a.m.
WEDNESDAYS: p.m. Julia Glenn Charles Muse and R. W. Williams. More than 150 guests Home on Key Royale purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer G.

7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. gathered at the Cox home at a reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cox Twist of Upper Montclair N. J.. who plan to make it their year around
Monday evening. home. Mr. Twist retired recently after 38 years with the J. C. PenneyCo.

where he was general traffic manager. The home was designed,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
REV. LEE RATLUT. Patter J MIDGET LEAGUE STANDINGS VFW AuxiliaryThe built and sold by Wm. B. Lee. (Islander Photo)

FRIDAY: Auxiliary of Anna Maria Island I
10:30 a.m. Picnic at A.M. Bayfront (Through June 16) Post 8199,VFW entertained patients I FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
Park for children attending Vaca- Won Lost
in Ward 37 North at Bay Pines Hos-
tion Bible School. Each child is ,White Sox 6 0 7782012R.
to take own lunch. Drinks will be 1 Yankees 4 2 pital on Flag Day. June 14.
furnished. Refreshments served to manyof C. SCHUCHARDBONDEDMASTER
I Braves 2 4
SUNDAY: the veterans who were unable to
I Pirates 0 6 ; PLUMBER'S LICENSE
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. attend other entertainment outside
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. (GAMES: LAST WEEK: the ward. Most of the patients are PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. 1 Yankees 13 Pirates 10
in wheel chairs or confined to their 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. ,White Sox 18 Braves 3
MONDAY through FRIDAY: 1 Yankees 9 Braves 8 beds. Auxiliary members who took SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND
8:30 a.m. Bible School. part in the trip were Mrs. Harry Mc-
I FIVE LEADING HITTERS
:
TUESDAY: Callum. hospital chairman; and Mrs.
Foe Daher (White Sox) .667
4:00 Intermediate C.A.
p.m. Callum,hospital chairman;and Mrs. FOODLINER
7:30 p.m. Lamplighter Class. ]Dennis Crum (Braves) .631
Mable Wyatt, Pattie Sue Wyatt, and
WEDNESDAY: ]Dick Hutchins(White Sox) .611
7:00 p.m. Teachers Officers J Jack Holmes(White Sox) .590 Mrs. Paul Freeman.
Another visit to the hospital will
Meeting. Tom Blessing(Braves) .545
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Meeting. be made during August. GRADE "A"_, NORBEST SMALL HEN TURKEYS
(GAMES: THIS WEEK:
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J June 22 (Fri.) Yankees vs. White

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( ) J June 23 (Sat.) Braves vs. Yankees KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP-QUART 39.LImlt One

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor J rune 27 (Wed.) Pirates vs. White FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS ".

THURSDAY: Sox
PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal. ..
SUNDAY: Keep up with Island affair by COTS --r

9:00 & 11:15 a.m. Worship Services. reading The Islander.HARRY With Every Purchase We Now Give
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. -

6:30 p.m. Intermediate & Senior LINENS BLANKETS PIONEER SAVING STAMPSSEE
Youth Fellowships. M. RIFE
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SUNDAY:
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10:00 a.m. The Service. aemu IN THEATRE
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THURSDAY: !JEm
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9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER <
TRINITY: The
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. Battle .
off.iJ
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharistand .A.
Sermon Church School. The GTJIIJTS: To Burn.
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ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
Shop the Island first! Houses suitable! for Island climate
SALE Licensed Electrical Contractors and conditions. Remodeling Re.Snapper .
and Pint Struts pairs: Additions. Trustworthy estimates
Electric Wiring Fixtures given.NORMAN .
DICEWAGNER UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
INSURANCE COMPANYSince Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778.2059 Off. 7781410. Home 778.2591

1897 FOR SALE
Protect Your Real Estate Investment
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541 COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED TWO.
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CONSIDER THISINCOME -- UTILITY ROOM WITH EXTRA SHOWER, SCREENED

PORCH, CARPORT, BOAT DOCKING PRIVILEGES.SEE .
PROPERTY: BETWEEN HIGHWAY & GULF
OUR SIGN AT 83RD STREET & MARINA DRIVE.
778-2663 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, COMPLETELY FURNISHED $19,000

HOME, WITH ATTACHED TWO BEDROOM COM-

PLETELY FURNISHED APARTMENT. ALL ON
I 0 RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker
TWO LOTS. CLOSE TO STORES. $20,000, TERMS. Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
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2 BEDROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE CLOSE TO WE HAVE LISTINGSON MANY FINE HOMES
YEARLYRENTALS
GULF, CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED7950. PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU

Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUM-PRICED

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED Coquina Building Phone 778-1333 HOME. LET US SHOW YOU THESE.

APARTMENT IN HOLMES SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
ISLAND REALTY
BEACH. $65 PER MONTH Anna Maria, Florida
.
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED GEORGE E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
SECOND FLOOR APART-
MENT, HOLMES BEACH, HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
$75 PER MONTH
0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
TWO B'EDROOM, NEWLY A
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$125 PER MONTH RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH
541 KEY ROYALE DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
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Waterfront, Three Bedrooms, Three Baths, Beautiful View
HOME, WITH BOAT KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;
of the 44 feet of Glass Doors for Inside-Outsid
RIGHTS, $125 PER MO. water.
TILE BATH. BEDROOMHAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
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1 BEDROOM FURNISHED Florida Living. Outside Dining and L C>>ftiIn9 Terraces. ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED-AND RENTED!

I APARTMENT. AIR CON Entrance garden with pool. Large screened patio with NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED..Terms Arranged.

DITIONING AND TV. ALL 14 x 28 kidney-shaped swimming pool. Cleopatra bath JOHN B. PROTHERO
UTILITIES PAID. ONLY
$65 PER MONTH with sun gardens. COME AND SEE ITTODAYIJohn Reel I Estate Soles & Rentals

$8,750 BUYS THIS CUTE Witt, 512 Spring Avenue, Anna Maria 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

2 BEDROOM HOME WITH Phone 778-2407 or 778-2677

ALL-ELECTRIC GARAGE. COMPLETELY KITCHENand NEW FINGERin

FURNISHED, INCLUDINGAIRCONDITIONER -
GARDENS
SEASIDE

NICE YARD, AND ONLY
100 FEET FROM BEACHI #
3
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HOLMES BEACH THIS LUANA ISLES
StartedWITH
VERY ATTRACTIVEHOME Apartment Building

COMPLETELY

CELLENT FURNISHED CONDITION-AND IN EX- ONE UNIT LEASED, AND TWO SOLD Half Block From Gulf


HASGARAGEANDWELLAN D seA P ED YARD.- GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW !

ONLY 200 FT. FROM THE . . $100
BEACH. PRICE $10,500- LOTS DOWN

$1SOOdown,$95per month JACK HOLMES, Realtor
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HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Includes Interest
MONTH
300 ft. of BAY FRONT- $25
ZONED COMMERCIAL-
D..p Wat.r from Upland to PAVED STREETS
Chann.l-.WlU LEASE or Home With IncomeTHIS

SELL. .CONTACT.DETAILS.* *US FOR City Water On RequestALSO


Choice BAY FRONT HOMEs t a .
3 Large Bedrooms ((1 S x 18
-15 x 16-16 x 18)) 2 Tile
Baths; Central Heating 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 home
i has more than 2,000 sq.'ft. Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
; of living area. Seawalled
Lot-75 x 120 on pavedstreet. US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
ONLY $23,500, Including COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Draperies. GOOD
FINANCING AVAILABLE. LARGE DUPLEX IS CLOSE TO BEACH AND FISHING -
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1 BEDROOM FURNISHED PIERS. EACH APARTMENT HAS TWO BEDROOMS,

I HOME WITH AN OVERSIZED LIVING ROOM, BATH, KITCHEN, DINING AREA, AND
GARAGE, LOCATEDIN Walter S. Hardin
A GOOD RESIDENTIAL LARGE SCREENED PORCHES FRONT AND REAR.A .

NEIGHBORHOOD. PRICE FEW MINOR REPAIRS NEEDED, BUT GENERAL
HAS BEEN REDUCED TO Realty Company
$7,500. CONDITION IS GOOD. FOR QUICK SALE, ABSENTEE Realtors
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OWNER WILL ACCEPT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE OF
90 x 110 Seewalled Canal
Lot In HOLMES ..EACHOn ONLY $12,8001
paved street, and priced
WITH AS LITTLE AS $800 CASH, AND $75 PER MONTH.NO .
At ONLY$3.5001
a ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
CLOSING COSTS.

I THREE HOLMES BEACH 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
LOTS FOR ONLY $4,5001 JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
I AND 4 YEARS TO PAYI! FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307'I1auaday
ZONED DUPLEX. 4V M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 77*.3414



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 21, 1962
_
Mrs. CarlL. Goatcherof St. Joseph,

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mo.Lithia...Mr and Mrs. E. L. Buzbeeof ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

M 'Tit pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print. LOKO>! BYRON ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

J. H. Fry of Orlando. .C. Rodgersof
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Bradenton. .John V. McCunnieand

and Mrs. John W. Dawsey of Miami Lawrence Gerken of Portsmouth, David Johnson of Lakeland... ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

..Mrs. Dell M. Ritter of Lakeland Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Teachout Sr.

...Mrs. Robert Jones and daughter Cooper of Englewood, Ohio...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Teachout Jr. Luncheonette
'of Mulberry.. Mrs. Paul Comstock and Mrs. E. Palmer Dickey and of Lakeland. YOUR MONEY

and children of Bartow. family of Palm Beach. .Mr. and SCHELTER APARTMENT:Mr. and BUYS MORE Fountain Service

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Mrs. Harry B. Patterson and family Mrs. Samuel E. Woods and familyof COMPLETE

and Mrs. Ken Clowes and family of Beckley, W. Va..Mr. and Mrs. Springfield, Ill.

Eeloit. Wis. ..Mr and Mrs. Roben E. M. Brown of North Mia mi. .Mrs. JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and j? Toiletries Stationery

Clowes of Darien, Wis...Robert D. M. O'Kert of Washington, D. C. Mrs. LouisWilksand family of Ind- Magazines and Books

Cook of Elkhorn Wis...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. Lunz of Miami ianapolis. LINE

Mrs. R. A. Wells Jr. and party of ..Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Revel and PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Miss Beach Wear
and family of Wauchula. .Dr. and Mrs. of Lancaster Pa.
Auburndale..P. A. Ra ssn e n Emily Morley ,
party of Chicago.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Hiatt and family of Lafay- SCHELTfR C O T T A G E: Mr. and IN A REALDRUGSTORE

S. T. Wilson of Riverview. ette, Ind.PLATA. Mrs. James Seuss and family of Ft. General Sundries
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Ben ENCANTADA: Mr. and Lauderdale.

J. Rietema of Grand Rapids Mich., Mrs. H. S. Cash Jr. and family of WtST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr.

.. .Mrs.?. E. Musick of Bluefield Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. and Mrs. John Freeman of Bradenton. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

W. Va.EAST. Minck and family of Middletown, .Mr. and Mrs. John Ell i s of
0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Ky.. .Mrs. Mildred Dixson and Loveland Ohio.LAYZLIVN. Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist

of family of Birmingham. Ala. Mr. MOTEL Mr. and
C. H. Meggs and family Tampa. :
and and Mrs. Walter Carroll of Braden- Mrs. of Plant
MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. EdgarWatkinsand son
SWIM
Mrs. Jerry Sendak of Bradenton. ton.TAPANES City. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Warner of SUITS

CUT1-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. William COTTAGE: Mr. and Bradenton.. .Mr. and Mrs. GordonS.

I Lowrey and family of Mulberry. Mrs. George H. Greenwood and Pennington and family of Tampa SIZES by .

family of Tampa.DONADEIMr. .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker of

and Mrs. WilliamJ. Lakeland on their honeymoon. .

LEGAL NOTICES Brockman and family of Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Letch- t
? COLE OF CALIFORNIA
worth and family of Tampa. .Mr.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A Public Hearing by the Board of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and and Mrs. J. V. Duke and family of NANI OF HONOLULU

Commision of the City. of Anna Mrs. Harold B. Baines of Leesburg Bartow. .Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lott V.
Maria, Florida, will b. held at the Anna ALFREDSHAHEEN
Maria Community. Hall on Saturday. Jun. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hunt and family of Parrish. Roy Scott
23;1962,-at 10:00 A.Y.7I rcgaraTo the of East Taw a s, Mich. ..Mr. and and party of Baltimore. ..Mr. and [( Y ROSEMARIEREID '
Petition of BAYOU UARINA INC. relative : =
to reioning from "residential" Mrs.Stanley J.Leckie of Waukegan, Mrs. A. R. Pinkerton and daughter r t .j.

to "comacrclal" of 200 feet of land on 111.. .Mr. and Mrs. Virgil O. Mur- Cassie of Bradenton.. Mr. and Mrs. (' ALIX OF MIAMI I I.: ,\
Bay Boul yard, unplatted property. 46L5y
Gladys. Dumaina rell of Nashville Tenn. ..Mr. and LeeHalland family of Mulberry... ,.

City Clerk Mrs. Elton N. Barker of Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bennett of i -: :;. .

6.116 21. 62 Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hack- New Albany Ind...Mr. and Mrs. [

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ney of Columbia, S. C. ..Mr. and Paul L. Smith and party of Morris- ?l ) ,

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME. Mrs. D. A. Parks of Chattanooga, ville, N. C. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. J, -
The. undersigned do hereby certify that Tenn. .Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Buch- Baston and family of Jacksonville, J} .
rental
they are conducting a cottage ; ; '
business under the fictitious name of anan of Lexington, Ky. ..Mr. and N. C. ..Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. j "."" ,
;e
COLONY BAY COTTAGES on Second Mrs. H. J. Minnie of Cincinnati... Heiss of Springfield, m. ..Mr. and ,.Cr'; f"I. ,
street North Bradenton Beach Florida
and that said firm is composed of th. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap of Ur- Mrs. Earl Barnhart and family of .'.>.;. f ...
following' persons who. names and bana, Ohio. .John F. Raymond of Cedar Point, Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. Layaway ...-= s .. '. Phone
pieces of residence are as follows
Baltimore..W. A. Maxwell of Jimmie Royer and family of Terre Plan L
778-1161
James E. Lindsay and Natalie Lindsay ?.a cAR{ rn4t4 worren
201 North Bay Drive, Bradenton Beach, Belle Glade. Haute, Ind. .Mr and Mrs. R. E.

Florida.Ownership of COLONY BAY COT- NOMAD MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. E. Moore of St. Louis, Mo. .Thomas SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORTSSBB .-

TAGES is as follows James E. Lindsayand J. Zahringer and daughter of South Turner of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. iii iiii iii iiii iii ii:ii__i

is Natalie Intention Llnd.ay-each to apply.SO to th.p.r Clerkof cent.It Bend Ind. .Mrs. M. E. Bartz of Forest R. Higgins and son of Lake- mt------------. ------------.---
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee South Bend, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. G. land. .Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gunter -m-s---- =.====; ONLY
Florida, to th. said ----- : -----
name County of COLONY BAY register COTTAGES under E. Smith of Lakeland. .Mr. and,land family of Lakeland. .Mr. and :===:: '=====
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the provisions of Chapter 865.09 Mrs. Kenneth W. Yancey of Sara- Mrs. John Israel and family of Lake- --------- -------- PHILCO
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1939. ----- =====
Witness our hands this llth day of sota.. .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ling and land. Al Chafin and Jim Ray of _=_=_-r__.__ '-. M',.0.# __________
June, 1962. family of Springfield, Mo. .Ray Pensacola.Mrs. ======:ii_Y.=====: GIVES YOU
JAMES E. LINDSAY
NATALIE LINDSAY Hill and Espy Cooke of Lakeland.TRIPP'S e ._-rr----____-_---_-_-
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Gloria Gardner and childrenof _.._r__ -
Owners COURT Mr. and Mrs. B. -----------
6-14 21 & 28, 7.5.62 : Lakeland are visiting Mrs. Irene ============rNOISELESS
D. Buzbee of Keysville. ..Mr. and
Lanier of Bay Boulevard. Exclusive

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE 1O.lrRO. ..the most-wanted

ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES Consumer Feature

:( PAYMENT REQUIRED) JUNEHIGH-- --LOW.4i21 .- AIR CHARGER
EIGHT LINES-Sl.OO MINIMUM 50*
21 Thur. a.m. 1.0 1:14 p.m. 2.2 5t28 a.m.7i28 0.9: 8:54 p.m.0.6

YEARLY RENTALS.Lovclr. 2 b.droom 22 Fri. 4i56 a.m. 1.0 2:12 p.m. 2.0 a.m. 1.0 9:43 p.m.0.5 Air Conditioning Of Course
apartment, completely furnished. Docking 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
pr1YUe;.....Furnished apartmenton
Gulf, Holmes Beach. On. b.droom, 24 Sun. 6:07 a.m. 1.3 4:37 p.m. 1.5 10i46 a.m. 0.8 11:19 p.m.0.1 ISLAND TV 778-1703
S7S per month...Three bedroom furnished 25 Mon. 6:43 a.m. 1.5 6:10 p.m. 1.2 12:19 p.m.12t06 0.6 -- -- --
per home month.near.Other Bay in yearly. Anna. and Maria seasonal, $115 26 Toe. 7:19 a.m. 1.7 7:54 p.m. 1.0 "a.m. 0.2 1:42 p.m. 0.3
rentals in several price ranges. 27 Wed. 7,56 a.m. 1.8 9:50 p.m. 1.0 12t50 a.m. 0.4 2:53 p.m. 0.0
Walter S. Hardin, Realtors 7781010. 28 Thur. 8:34 a.m. 2.0 11:31 p.m. 1.0 1t31 a.m. 0.7 3:51 p.m.0.3 Most COMPLETE Selectionin

ALTERATIONS on all kinds ol cloth- 29 Frl. 9:12 a.m. 2.1 ------- 2110 a.m. 0.8 4:42 p.m0.4
In;. Dressmaking. Drapes. Urs. Frank 30 Sat, 12:48 1.0 9t51 2.2 2i47 0.9 5:28
Beard. Phon. 778-1431. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.0.5 the AREA for HOBBYISTS

FOR SALE IN HOLMES BEACH Two ForCortezand Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readings -
Duplexes plus Large 2-B.droom Home and add one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
with on* room apartment. All CB construction -
end all furnished. Large -
screened porch, oarage and boatporU # !
On:3 comer Iota only one block to beach
to shopping center. Small Down Payment AOrfBr
or Sunland Turf & Garden
owner will take mortgage. C U.
778-1442, or Write Dos 737. A. ... ( f 'i.:
FOR SALES Round bird cage and
stand. 450. Coil 77I-M07. --I Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock G J4 OP 7781020WE

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -
: Mowing edging trimming. and LandscapingAT
Floors cleaned anpolish.J. Windows
washed and oU... Prompt and efficient
.."lc.. Reasonable rates-references
after furnished.4i30. Fellows. Phone 778-2894 SOUTH ENTRANCE TO HAVE IT...

Sales & Ser
FIRE EXTINGUISHER
.Frank.. Bradonton Beard. 778-1431.Beach FIr. Dept. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND

ISLANDE-HOTOS, As an coded service ."
to our readers 5 by enlargements PHONE 778-2711 VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
of any'p<-h: "* appearing in THE ISLAN-
DEM are available at $1.25 each. Writes
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria, or Phono

7782021. ASK--- 4 .p SPECIAL
FOR SALE OR RENT Nice 2 bodrooa 9C
Hem on tSth Street closed garage, 2air
conditioners large patio, nlcelj
planted let. Coil 778-1530 or 746-0651
s s

While HOME you ft PROPERTY are aw..,.....i MAINTENANCE weekly Cheek l SHY ? HOUSEHOLD BROOM
ing of house for any troubles that might
....loPL air house and water house
FREE ESTIMATES es any Additional LIMITED
Services Close your hou..-*
CLEAN-Open your house-CLEAN. w ...-

-GUARANtEED CONTRACTPAT Care. ? QUANTITY 1$ .
ft WAX HUBER .
BOX 523 Phone 771-2143 .
Anna Uaria Home 771-1772.

'ly.ANNOUNCEMENT each PAID-UP !Subscriber Starting immediate"to THE YCrla S Jnsurance Dobbe's Island Hardware
ISLANDER U entitled to one four-tine j3ag & Marine Supply
Unclassified Ad at BO charge each year.

No Four-Une Strings Ad No far Gimmicks-One each PAID-UP Free Sub, If iff Gt..1 Hsrd*are or HonMv.rts or GardiN. Supplies, WI kt"t it-

scriber. So Take Advantage of This 778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 or trill get it for yov 77I2S11Pale
Offer.