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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: August 16, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. 562 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962 TEN CENTS





1 Commission Hears Report On GroinsInsurance


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Commission Harry Varley Reports On First-Hand View Of I

Suspends LicenseF. Wood's Permeable Groins In JamaicaThe

P. Stanley of Holmes Manatee County Com- neered groin or pier is being
Beach, an Insurance agent on mission Monday heard a com- considered by the County
the Island for several years, prehensive report on the per- Commission for installation at
Friday had his insurance license meable groins in Jamaica designed the Manatee County Beach,
suspended for six '" '--" : : '.w and installed by beach where Wood has recommendedthat
months by the Florida State : stabilization it be built in the center of
expert Syd-
Insurance Commission.The ;':. ; .y the beadle Estimated cost of
Wood of
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Makepeace
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license suspension came .) ." Groveland.The the installation, built by the
about during the second day ofa ,-;: ; ; '' report was made by Har- County under the supervisionof
hearing in Bradenton on nine ",,,' ,' I i .1/-" i"/""fc'I' ry Varley of Holmes' Beach, County Engineer John Ben-
violations of the State ,. son, is approximately$35,000.
alleged {iUt 1 :" 1 ; ;\:/'; who recently made a trip to
Insurance Code of which Stan- .1;: Jamaica at his own expense, Money to pay for the pier has
,, ley was accused. to gather first hand informa- been earmarked in the 1962-
Twelve witnesses for the .; tion and pictures of the groins. ,63 County budget.
state testified at the first day Included in Varley's report Two members of the Mana-
of the hearing Thursday.Most was information about 16 of tee County Park, Beach and
serious of the charges Wood's installations, plus a Recreation Commission,
against Stanley were that he number of pictures and let- Chairman M. B. Harrison and
WHEN THE LIVING IS EASY--Summ o r11 m. theme at Manatee County
did not pay premiums due ters from owners of private Walter S. Hardin, said they
Beach, where hundreds of residents and visitors gather each day to
felt an with Wood
some insurors; that he paid who endorsed the experiment a
enjoy( the sand, surf and sunshine. (Islander Photo) property would be worthwhile.
commissions to an unlicensed effectiveness of the groins.In groin
agent or solicitor for selling stating his conclusions, They added, however, they
insurance, and fraudulent or New Oral Polio VaccineTo Inquiry Results Thur. Varley's report said: "The preferred the groin not be
dishonest practices. Results of an inquiry by Man- vast preponderence of evi- installed in the center of the
Be
Before the first witness was Distributed HereAll atee County Commissionersinto dence in Jamaica, B. W. I. public beach, saying their obJections -
called on the second day of the Manatee County resi- the nursesadministration proves to any open minded were for esthetic rea-
hearing, Stanley's attorneys, dents through the age of forty dispute at Veterans Mem- person, layman or expert sons.
John Patterson and B. Clarke soon will be urged to become orial Hospital will be reported ,beach engineer, the value of County Commission Chair-
Nichols of Sarasota requested immunized to polio by taking Thursday, according to Com- Sydney Makepeace Wood's man Mike Klemmer said Mon-
permission to consent to a orally the new Sabin vaccine. missioner William Crist. principle of increasing per- day that the County would,before -
license suspension of not more The Islander learned Tues- Crist told commissioners meability in groins or piers to any groin is built at the
I than six,months if the hearing day that the ,Manatee County Monday his committee saw prevent erosion, restore lost County Beach, inspect other i
could be adjourned at that Health Department has been "no reason or cause, or con- beaches or create new 'ones. types of groins which have .1-,
point. instrumental in arranging the templates a Grand Jury investigation "Mr. Wood has said that, proved successful in neigh-
Pete Guarisco of Tallahassee procurement of the vaccine, of this subject as has under specific conditions, boring counties.
prosecutor for the Insur- and did not receive confirmation been requested by several much can be accomplished by'
ance Commission, agreed to that it would be availableto groups and individuals.The solid groins, rock groins or Power Squadron Offers '"'
the requested suspension, the County until Tuesday.It subject came up at Mon- impermeable jetties. Under Free CoursesThe
provided Stanley would state is understood that the vac- day's meeting of the County certain circumstances, he approves -
for,the record that he understood cine, which will be distributed Commission when Mrs. E. W. providing a beach with Island Power Squadronhas
it. Stanley replied he without cost to the individual Mather of Palma Solapresented artificial nourishment--sand announced that registration -
would accept the suspensionand taking it, will immunize against commissioners a petition pumped in or trucked in, if for courses in Small Boat
that he understood it. all three types of polio. signed by 818 persons. The adequate measures are takento Handling, Seamanship and
Deputy State Insurance Com- Ruskin is the only commun- petition asked the commissionto hold the brought in sand." Boating Safety will take placeat
missioner Ray Behling of Mi- ity in the general area which "undo the injustice done to A Wood-designed and engi- the Cortez School at 8 p.m.
ami, who conducted the hear- has already received and used five nurses..and create better Monday, September 17. Fur-
ing, said he would recommendthe the vaccine. Lee County also working conditions at the hos- ther information is availableby
license suspension to State has tried to arrange immuni- pital." Talley May Be AttorneyFor calling Joseph Evans at
Insurance Commissioner J. zation of its residents throughuse Five nurses were fired last Bradenton Beach 7464706.The .
Edwin Larson.In of the vaccine, and may month by hospital administrator courses are open to everyone -
the testimony offered at receive a supply this fall. Victor Sledge. He has not Walter R. Talley of Bradenton at no charge, and are
the hearing it was made clear explained why he fired them. former Manatee County highly recommended by all
that F. David Boozer had pur- Island Dry Spell EndedIt The five nurses, along with a prosecutor, may become the agencies concerned with boat-
chased the Stanley agency, and representative of the Florida attorney for the City of Bra- ing safety.
that he is now its sole owner became increasingly apparent Nurses Association,have ask- denton Beach. The city has had
and operator. this week that the Island's ed a Grand Jury investigationof no attorney since the resig- Mosquito Fund
long period of drier- the operation of the hospi- nation in June of Chester V. ContributorsContributors
than-usual summer weather Crawford of Holmes Beach.
High Twelve Club has come to an end. tal.The report this week by Asked this week about the during the past
After two months of less than Crist's committee is based on possible appointment of Tal- week to the Island Chamber of
The Island High Twelve Club normal rainfall, the first 12 an inquiry by the commissioners ley, Bradenton Beach Mayor Commerce Welcome Center
will meet at the Gulf Terraceat days of August produced a total into the hospital dispute.The Victor C. Reinel said it had project were Mahar Real Estate -
noon Thursday, August 16, of 7.4 inches of rainfall on the commissioners have con- been discussed but that no Walter S. Hardin RealtyCo.
with Col. Francis A. Chilsonto Island. ferred privately with the five official action has been taken. ., T. A. McEachern, S. S.
be the speaker. He will user Total rainfall in June was fired nurses and hospital officials Reinel said the matter would White Sands Motel, Lee
as his subject "The New Anna only 3.75 inches, and in July, during their investigation. doubtless come before the Tharpe, the Island Bank and
Maria Island Message Cen- only a meager 3.45 inches. September meeting of the city Manatee County Water Co.
ter." council for discussion and a
decision, but until that time
the city still would be withoutan THE ISLANDER is now
Welcome Center Fund attorney. on sale in Bradenton at

d\ Talley, active in Democratic Sharp's Drug Store in
GrowingRecent mI the Professional Build-
Party circles,has served sev-
contributors to the eral years as attorney for the ing at Manatee Avenue
AMI Anti-Mosquito Fund are .. ?if'-r-.r?" m Jf -I f -> ?T. City of Anna Maria. and 11th Street West.
Paul Ford, John L. Osborne, .
Mrs. Mary E. Askew and Mrs. ---- -
Selma B. Newton. CHUCK U/AGOM
The fund has now reached a ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
total of $1,232.50, but the officers -
of the sponsoring organization Temperatures Water Rainfall

the Island Cham- 8am Noon 6pm High
ber of Commerce, urge every-
one who has not already con- August 7--86 88 84 89 88 1.3
tributed, to send or give their August 8--82 78 84 84 88 .2
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checks to C. Brewer at the T August 9--87 80 86 88 86 \.65C. I
Island Bank. August 10--86 90 82" '91' 88 .15 l
Any part of the fund not used BEACH CHUCK WAGON off the Bradanton Lions Club as It appeared at August 11--84 92 80 92 88 .1
this year will be held over for south end of Island last weekend. Attendants are Liens Ken Cleary and August 12--82 90 90 91 86 1.7 I
use next year in larvlciding Ralph' Nlff.n.gg.r. Proceeds from. sale of refreshiaents are used to fin August 13--80 91 86 91 87 None
on the entire Island. once Club's charities. (Islander Photo) f



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TELEPHONE 778-2021 Faced toward the south

pps 4 Toward the flat-swept sea

Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL The old fish docks standIn
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News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL o' "w lazy silence glazed
a Gray by the white sun
Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida hpN And rain: weather-tom

Shanties on piling
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in Jutting into shadow
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year.
Green Mullet
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for water.
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. Boats rest in the breeze.On .

National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch.

..............nr..r.. the docks the men
Work quietly, mendingNets
8 lAMEIIUM NCWSMKI lEPICSUTITIVB s t
talking in voices
As soft as Spanish moss,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn They wait and watch the sea.

Independent weekly published every Thursday by Here time moves onward
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida With the flow of the tide,
I With the docking of boats
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. But nothing changes in

This world unto itself.

--Steve deWolf

WHY ?

What About Winchell?
Why were five veteran nurses dismissed from the staffof
Veterans Memorial Hospital coincidentally with their par- This Winchell guy--what can we r
ticipation in a drive by nurses for higher wages and improved think?
working conditions? Some persons say his columns
If there exists a reason for these dismissals (and there stink.
a
has been no reason given to make one suspect that there is), But I remember when his pen R.W .
then why has Hospital Administrator Victor Sledge flatly Could quicken patriotic men.
refused to cite it--either to the public or to the fired nurses He was a stimulant to youth

themselves? And seldon failed to tell the
Why the continued resistance of trustees to discuss with truth.

the nurses their problems, when the legal opinion of Attorney But now past 65 it seemsHe's
General Ervin, that the trustees wave so freely,quite plainly not the timber for
provides for such presentation of grievances? dreams. young

Why have public officials so sadly neglected their obli- Old men don't lead in exerciseNor
gations to the public, when it is quite obvious that the public give instructions for young
wants to know exactly what the situation at the hospital is? eyes.It's .
If Administrator Sledge is being advised in his conduct,
better that old men retire
whose advice is he following?
From battle scene and frontlinefire.

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Let them be heard once in a
GOOD CITIZENSHIP ? while.

For there's some room for older

Complaints at last week's meeting of the Anna Maria style.
And like a hermit, or grand-dad,
City Commission about the trash pickup in the City's Bay
facts about A story now and then's not bad.
Park led to the uncovering of some interesting
I the Island Sanitation Service and its subscribers.A And so to Winchell and myselfI

survey made in Anna Maria last week shows that approximately urge a nice retired shelf.
25 per cent of the householders do not subscribeto And like Baruch or Robert Frost,

the trash pickup service. But at the same time, the survey Forget the bridges we have crossed
showed that many of those non-subscribers to the service Just give suggestion now and then
still avail themselves of its facilities. How?By the very sim- To point the way for younger men
ple method of taking their garbage and trash and depositingit But take no active part todayTo
in the city-owned cans in the Bay Park and other locationsin build a bridge the modem way. 1'ta
the city. Let Walter Winchell be content
However, these same non-subscribers are fooling no With younger man as President.
one. It is difficult for the householder to disguise empty detergent And not expect the youthful ones

containers, coffee grounds, bundles of newspapers, To laud old age which Nature
and other items of household trash so they look like the trash shuns.If _* x. .
deposited by the picnickers in the park. And they make it Winchell is so great today.
when careless enough to deposit in
extremely easy they are
It's not for him to think or say.
the city owned cans magazines with their mailing labels not
removed.And The greatest Man in historyWas y -y /-_,
known for His humility.Ed OFF+ -
furthermore, a little personal observation shows w r
that some of these non-subscribers to the pickup serviceare -- Bodin,
some of the same good citizens who have been seen from The Hermit of Chautauqua Hills K
time to time dumping boxes or bags of trash into canals, or Reprinted from the Buffalo Courier-
depositing them unobtrusively along the roadsides of the city, Express.
for someone else to have to clean up.
In one rather large area where several city trash cans
are available nearby, it was found that only one householderof The Joys of Being An Editor

a possible eight or nine was honest enough to subscribe to Getting out this paper is a pleas.
the service. ure--but-

One family of prominent citizens was seen breaking If we print jokes, people say we
bottles and throwing them into the water from the Key Roy- are silly,

ale Bridge. If we don't, they say we are too
Another offense of the twenty-five percent is the"b ry- serious,
ing" of garbage. The first few times they probably do buryit If we stick close to the office all
but with the passing of time really burying table scraps day,
and other refuse gets to be more of a chore, and they merelytry We ought to be out hunting ma
to leave it on an empty lot, which of course, belongs to terial.If SCENES ALONG THE CORTEZ WATERFRONT. (Islander Photos by
others. There it draws animals which eat some of it.and. scat- Steve deWolf)
the we go out and try to hustle,
ter rest.
Some of those same would *think of We ought to be on the job in the
persons not robbingthe
office.If !
coins from the paper racks in front of the stores, or from don't contributions Dorrt Be A Litterbug
we print ,
the collection plate in church--that would be dishonest--and
besides and We don't appreciate genius;
someone might see report thembuttheythinkit
a big joke to put one over on the city and the owner of the If we do print them, the paperis ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
trash pickup franchise. And just incidentally, costing their full of junk!
neighbors several dollars a year apiece, and being just as If we edit the other fellow's write- AU"GUSTHIGH- -LOW16 -

dishonest as if stealing from the paper racks. up, we are too critical Thur. 12.58 a.m. 1.1 11141 a.m. 2.3 4.55 a.m. 0.8 6"139 p.m.0.3
Ernie Bradow, operator of the service says that if If we don't, we are asleep.If 17 Fri. 1120 a.m. 1.2 12132 p.m. 2.2 SsSO a.m. 0.6 7115 p.m.0.2
everyone in Anna Maria were to take the service, there isa HC clip from other publications, 18 Sat. 1147 a.m. 1.3 1125 p.m. 2.0 6.47 a.m. 0.5 7149 p.m. 0.1
distinct possibility that the yearly rate could be reduced We are ton lazy to think for ourselves 19 Sun. 2.18 a.m. 1.5 2123 p.m. 1.8 7..cs a.m. 0.4 8.25 p.m. 0.3
substantially. As it stands now, the seventy-five percent who ; 20 Mon. 2154 a.m. 1.6 3.28 p.m. 1.5 8.55 a.m. 0.3 9.01 p.m. 0.5
do subscribe and pay for the pickup service are paying the If we don't we are stuck with our 21 Tue. 3.34 a.m. 1.7 4..cs p.m. 1.2 10.08 a.m. 0.2 9.39 p.m. 0.7
nW.d. 4.23 a.m. 1.8 6159 p.m. 1.0 11131 a.m. 0.1 10124 p.m. 0.9
freight for the twenty-five percent who are dragging their own stuff.
23 Thur. 5122 a.m. 1.9 9139 p.m. 1.1 1100 p.m. 0.0 11.23 p.m. 1.0
feet. Now, like as not, some guy will 2.c Pri. 6129 a.m. 1.9 10:44 p.m. 1.1 2.21 p.m.0.1 ..-- --...-
Can this honestly be called good citizenship? say 25 Sat. 7.39 a.m. 1.9 11.23 p.m. 1.2 12135 a.m. 1.0 3.26 p.m.0.1
Investigation in other Island cities shows that in Brad- We swiped this from some other 21 Sun. 8145 a.m. 2.0 11155 p.m. 1.2 1.47 a.m. 1.0 (115 p.m.0.2
enton Beach, every householder is required to pay a trash paper.* 71 Mon. 9140 a.m. 2.0 uu---- T---- 2:46 o.m. 1.0 .55 p.m.0.2
collection fee to the city, and the city then handles collectionof '. 21 Tue. 12116 a.m. 1.2 10.26 a.m. 2.1 3.35 a.m. 0.8 5127 p.m.0.1
the trash. In Holmes Beach, where residents subscribe to WE DID! 29 Weei. 12126 a.m. 1.1 11107 a.m. 2.1 4.18 a.m. 0.7 SaS3 p.m. 0.0
the same service as that in Anna Maria, only a small per- 30 Thur. 12129 a.m. 1.2 11145 a.m. 2.0 4.58 a.m. 0.6 6118 p.m. 0.1
centage do not use the service. 31 Fri. 12138 a.m. 1.2 12122 p.m. 2.0 5.37 a.m. 0.5 6.42 p.m. 0.2
For Carteaancl Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read.
Will it become necessary for the City of Anna Maria to
tags, and one hour and six minutes to low tide reading.
pass an ordinance requiring that everyone use the service?



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day. August 16, 1962! -_... ;" __ THE ISLANDER Page 3

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ISLAND HOBBYIST .. Later, with the five dollars

l augmented somewhat, he pur-

Charles A. Speer A Violin Maker And Collector .., .. chased a complete violin out-
fit from a mail order house.
Fiddle, anyone?If any reader many, and depending on quality J. I
'- Included was a book of instructions -
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has an overwhelming for from -
yen cost $3 upward. .'i'.A and constant
one, Islander Charles A.Speer After making one or two in- = = prac-
\
tice over a period of time made
probably is the man to see. strumentssome statistics :::. ." -
? him proficient enough so he
Starting less than a year ago began to emerge. Speer foundit :
to renew a childhood interestin took him about 70 hours to I I and a group of friends were

violins, Charles Speer now complete a violin, using some 4 ''"' soon playing at country
has an even dozen of the in- $40 worth of materials.The h dances. Later, however, while

struments.A backs of the instrumentsare .. .J-I working his way through col-
lege, he sold his fiddle to help
former school teacher, made from well seasoned, ..

Speer retired in 1951. After straight grained hard wood, tfII ,'' meet some school expenses,

living in Hillsborough Countyfor usually cherry or maple, although ..- .....,...--iii--. and until last year, had never
five years, he and his wife they have been made of .",-
settled on the Island((six years a variety of woods. One on Practice with 'a book of instructions -

ago and built their yearroundhome which he is now working is a daughter sent him

on 69th Street.] cherry, and he has a block of as a Christmas present has

Early last fall, after com- birdseye maple for another. enabled him to relearn to play

pleting all the woodworking Fronts of the instruments are well enough to test the instru-

projects on his home, Speer, made from very close grained FIDDLE MAKER EXTRAORDINARY, Islander Charles! A. Sp..r of 69th ments and to amuse himself,
a skilled worker in wood witha clear Str..t surrounded by some of the dozen violins he has made and acquired but he says he is no threat to
spruce. during the past year. No virtuoso, he can play well enough to amuse himself the recognized violin vir-
well equipped shop, set out Both fronts and backs are and to test instruments for tonal quality. (Islander Photo) tuosos.
to make a violin. made from blocks which have

Obtaining exact specifications been joined at the edges, with Most of the dozen instruments -
]made by Giuseppe Guarnieri, years, between 1708 and 1715, are for sale, Speer
for the the of
instrument
an from a glued joint at center ,
also a member of the Cremona are catalogued, and the loca-. says, with possibly one or two
firm in Michigan, Speer soon length of the violin in order toj!
!group, and a third by Jacob tion and ownership of each in. exceptions. In his collection he
had a completed violin, the give better control of the grain
Stainer, or Steiner, a native of known.Speer' has
strument are two three-quarter size in-
first of four he has made. of the wood. ;J
The Sides of the violin made the Tyrol who studied under 8 interest in violins; struments, and one half-size.
specificationsfromwhich are
from 1,the Italians, and who later add- started as a small boy in his:; One of the three-quarter in-
he worked were taken wood cut to a thickness
(ed some innovations of his home of Missouri wher he
state 1 struments plans to give to
from the violins produced by of one-twentieth of an inch, and
(own. he used listen
to to an uncle a granddaughter.
the famous Antonio Stradivari, the interior is lined with one-
Although he has no idea of the He
play one. says his main objective ins
one of the best known of the so- eighth inch thick spruce.
,value of the three violins, they His first violin h and
of was one making collecting the in-
called Cremona School of Ital- Hollowing out the backs of
ian violin makers. Stradivari, the instruments is done almost I(could be very valuable or made from a cigar box another 3 I struments is to wind up with
J,nearly worthless, depending bits of wood, and durin g a very good violin for himself.
a pupil of Nicholas Amati, completely by hand, using a set
(on several factors. Speer his middle he Meanwhile he is
of teens acquirechis d having a lot
standardized the design of the gouges and chisels with
]plans to take them to New York first real violin of fun
by trading g making, repairing andr
violin and for decora-
except edges as sharp as surgical j
later this year, and to find out a homemade catcher's mitt foa restoring them.
tive features, there have beenno instruments. ;
(exactly what they are worth. fiddle. After his hac d I
family
major changes in the designor At the same time he startedhis When the violins were first heard him twice EDITOR'S NOTE: During our
play once or
;
construction in the 225 first violin, Speer adver- interview with dis-
Mr.
I,made, the Italian craftsmensold his father took the fiddle anc i Speer, we
years since his death in 1737. tised that he wanted some un- ,
covered that he of
them at a brisk rate for sold it to restore peace anc I was one our
One interesting sidelight a- glued violins to repair, and in j
teachers business school
the equivalent of about $20. quiet to the household, anc I at a in
bout Stradivari is the fact that a short time had calls from a
I<
Some of the better ones are turned the five dollars he re. Springfield, Massachusetts more
no violin maker since the deathof number of people who brought ]
now worth several thousand ceived for it over to Charles i. than 30 years ago.
Stradivari's sons has been him instruments to repair.
(dollars apiece. All of Strad-
able to duplicate the highly regarded Others brought him violins j ivari's i works during his best
varnish finish used by they wished to dispose of, and ANTICIPATED

the Stradivari family on the over a period of a few months, DIRECTLY ON THE 41 ANNUAL COMPOUNDED

violins they manufactured.On through some swapping and GULF BEACHTHE 4 0 DIVIDEND QUARTERLYWhy

his first violin, Speer outright buying, he acquired
carved by hand the curved neck several instruments.One ALL-MODERN

of the instrument. But on his of these instruments is permit
Guif ParkFOR your money to earn less when safety
other models, he found it more a Stradivari, showing a date in is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

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.: : by Jim Bright of Lakeland;. 35 Kenneth Brown of Bradenton,
cteeo.; .;," :' J'- t i'7'.'' mackerel by Joe and Sis Magee 12 pounder, and C. F. Robinson -
". : of the Island; 40 by Pete Buttsof of Cortez, a 10 pounder.

FUIt e' I II II I Lakeland; a string by Wogan Monday: Mrs. Roy Charles,
6 Ij j I Badcock of Mulberry, and ten Urbana, Ill and Sam Spears,
mackerel by Herman Burnett Wauchula were tied for first,
and Sam Wooten of Bradenton. each catching a 20 pound black
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grouper, and Gerry Davis of
One of the most unusual fish- Passengers aboard the two Miami, a 10 pound mangrove
ing stories of the week con- MORRIS W. RATCLIFF of j ADMIRALS had a successful snapper. '
cerns a cat--yes, that's right, Lake Wales, with 14 3/4 M 'I'week of fishing, with the wea- .
a cat. Not a very special cat pound snook caught Sundayat 'ther permitting a trip every Catches on the BEST BET
from the point of view of ped- measured Rod &38Inche.Reel Pier.. Snook N' day. Top catches Monday werea also were very good. On Mon
igree or breeding, but one that Photo) (Islander -J 25 pound grouper by G. B. day the top catches were:Mar-
many'people would call a plain Todd of Indianapolis; Mrs. C. vin Cheeseman of Milledge-
old alley cat. In deference to G. Riley of Bellaire, Mich., ville Ill., 29 pound grouper;
certain of our friends who are 20 pounder, and C. G. Riley, Dick Fritz, Bradenton Beach,
cat lovers, we will henceforth 17 1/2 pound grouper. 25 pound grouper, and Mrs.
refrain from using that term .\ Tuesday: Larry McInnis of Joyce Cooper, Lubbock, Tex.,
again, but will refer to the animals Bradenton, 30 pound grouper; a 20 pound black* grouper.
as. short-haired domes- 6 Jim Worley, Bradenton, 19 Tuesday: Dick Church,
tics. pound grouper, and John Engelof Springfield, Ill., 18 pounder
Anyway, about a week ago, Holmes Beach, 16 pounder. Tony Perano of Oneco, a 12
. a party of yachtsmen-fisher- ... ? Wednesday: Vincent Zeleny, pound grouper, and Mrs. Judy
\ <.., Cleveland, Ohio, 13 pounder, Caslow of Cocoa, an 11 pound
and Mrs. L. C. Gardner of black grouper.
Philadelphia and Victor Jack- Wednesday: Ike Follis of
son of Indianapolis tied with Trailer Estates, a 37 pound
I 12 1/2 pound grouper. black grouper; Leslie George,
I Thursday: Larry Johnson of Aiken, S. C., 24 pound red
Lynchburg, Va., 17 pound red snapper, and W. A. Head of
; grouper; Mrs. W. F. Currieof Trailer Estates, 23 pound red
# Bradenton, 13 pounder, and snapper.
David Arcery of MassapequaPark Thursday: Kay Moon, Brad-
i a ,k L. I., an 11 pounder. enton, 10 pound grouper; W.
.: ? Friday: Maurice Martin of M. Sysok, Nokomis, 81/2
Columbus, Ohio, a 20 pound pound red grouper, and Harry
SALTY,a .ongoing eat with a well eatili i grouper; Lois Miller of Long- Shock of Anderson, Ind., an 8
i., developed survival Instinct. Now a boat Key, 19 pound black grouper pound red grouper.On .
resident of Bayou Marina, Salty recently 3z a ws %S
underwent a hair raising adventure k5 and R. H. Ruff, LaGrangePark the long trip of the week
In Tampa Bay. (l Islander c 111., 14 3/4 pound grou- which left on Friday evening,
I Photo) per. L. R. Albright of Ellenton
Saturday: O. C. Sanchez of landed an 86 pound jewfish;
i, men from Tampa were headed AT ROD & REEL PIER Sunday are fishermen Earle B. Watson, Ruby Lakeland, 15 1/2 pound black Lorraine Dengler, Bradenton
for the Island aboard Capt. Jarrett, 0. B. Harris, and at rear, Norman Jarrett, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. grouper; Rene Redon of Anna Beach, a 37 pound black grou-
Fred Olcutt s beautiful cruiser Watson.Also pictured are 13H pound redfish caught by Harris, and three Maria, a 14 pound cobia, and :per; Charles Lynch, Bradenton -
lj e ERNESTINE. smaller reds and one whiting. (Islander Photo) John Woodward of Bradenton, 36 pound black grouper,
I About four miles north of the a 12 1/2 pound black grouper. and E.Galloway, Dayton, Ohio,
Island, Capt. Steve Shiro, a ter of the cabin, as far from not at all eager for any more Sunday: Andy Yturrino of a 27 pound bull dolphin, con-
; i member of the party, thought sight of water as he could get. boat trips. Tampa, a 20 pound grouper; sidered very unusual.
the
he saw a cat clinging to one of Now accepting hospitality
of the Bayou Marina, the cat, Some of the catches loggednow
I the buoys along the route. On
; the week Mar- RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSION
\.j closer inspection, it was found known as Salty, is enjoyduring at Bayou
ing himself thoroughly, but is ina were: 77 mackerel caught
that his eyes did not deceive Our luxury accommodationsinclude r
him, and the boat's skipper :
the craft in close EFfiCIENCIES|
brought to & REEL MOTEL
LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD
the buoy, then in reverse to a .' BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS
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'f: point only a cat's leap away. At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned SURF and POOL BATHING
The animal needed
no urging,
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4 but jumped onto the boat and persons.TELEPHONE For Reservations or Information Coll 778-1511
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aftermath before the storm MOSTLY. ABOUT PEOPLE .
(See also/ fog t)

when the storm ; before the storm I. Tyler and Mrs. Jane I. Evans all

has passed over ... the world waitsin of Winter Park...Mr. and Mrs. Ran
the world rests a lion's dal P. Clemmons and daughter
I In a fresh stillness deathcrouch now even Tamela of St. Louis. Mo. ..Betty s t.
\ of bent foliage the lithe fingersof Jane Carothers and Helen Ann Scott

h dripping waterY grass of Oxford.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
into gray pools tremble unbent Jones Sr. of Orlan d o...Mr. and
to" along the roadside and green fronds Morris Beckett of Hun tington, W. t.' s.
where the sea wind bow in prayerto Va...Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Andrewsof

stirs gently the deathlysilenceof Balm...Mr.and Mrs.W.J. How- (
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among the silvergreen pines the wind spirally coiled ard and family of Orlando. -
reaching toward the sun. on swift feet
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.
I -Steve deWolfI like a snakeas Charles R. Harder and family of

the sky Corning N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs.Gor-
\
i I, and grayglass sea dpn H. Long and family of Tampa
brace for the comingof 4 .Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Stuart of

I the first thunder Kent. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. MillsD.
LEGAL NOTICES : --Steve deWolf Andrew of Plant City. ..Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Craft and family ofLakeland..Mr. LOVELY MOONFLOWERS at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Jon.
ZONING MEETING !' and Mrs. M. R. of North Shore Drive. According to a garden dictionary, the plant l I. a
pcclol meeting on zoning will b.hid
SilhouettesIn p.rennlal vine, closely related to the morning-glory, but blooms at night
,i at 1100 P.M. Saturday August 18, Steed and) family of Winter Haven
1962, at the Anna Maria Community the blackblue night instead of In sunshine. The blossoms about five to six Inches In diameter -
Hall. .Mr. aqd Mrs. George B. Wells wilt rapidly when the sun shines on them. Formal name of the
Theodore Chairman L. Tripp The world sleepsIn dreamOf and family I of Tampa. plant is Calonyctlon, and is pronounced kal-o-nik'.teon. Calonyctionis :
Zoning Adjustment Board a light-washed a Greek word for night beauty. (Islander Photo
\ City of Anna Maria FloridaIN BAHIA MAR COTTAGE: Dr. and
hanging palm fronds. Mrs. J. S. Garner and family of
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Like narrow knives Mullins S. C.SANSSOUCfcMr..
l. FOR"ANATEECOUNTYFLORIDA Bent down against the sky; and Mrs. F. W.
IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 10.491 Hinkley of Lakeland.
IN REI Petition of V.47
I WE'RE ELATED IN GETTING A REAL MORALE BOOST
MILTON EARL HARDINand Of jagged pine tops COLE APARTMENTS: Mrs. Est-

JEWEL ELIZABETH HARDIN Thin and swayingOn ridge and family of Mulberry. BECAUSE OF THE BIG (TO US) CHANGES GOING ON
NOTICE ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS the full far moon; THIRD BASE COTTAGE: Mr. and
THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT OUR STATION.
\ Mrs. T. O. White of Bradenton.
TO Eaton Gordon ,
Sgt. Driggers RA-
14378843 Battery B 321st Field Artillery Of houses along the street ...
Battalion, Fort Campbell dark Mrs. J. P. Harllee Jr. of Palmettois
Heavy rectangles
Kentucky. the month the Zahn-
You are hereby notify that MILTON Beside the street lights; spending at
; EARL HARDIN and JEWEL ELIZABETH iser Cottage on Beach Avenue.
I HARDIN of Manatee County Florida Blue Wave Service Station
have filed a Petition and Amended Petition Of boats in the harbor
and Manuel and
I to adopt a female child bom on Jun. Mr Mrs. Ayala BRADENTON BEACH PHONE 778-1115
24. 19S7 and who was given the name at Lying still at anchorIn family of Tampa are spending the
birth of "Baby Woods". You are further a web of shadows;
month at their home on Tuna Street
notified that your answer to said Petition -
and Amended Petition must be filed and have as guests. Mr. and Mrs.
i\ with the above styled Court and a cOP1ae.eI Of the tree-rimmed Island
Albert and Mr. and Mrs. Raul
Lopez
upon and Hampton Petitioners'Suit. 23 attorn.ys.Goodrich Perrine, Cut where the sky Santee all of Tampa. ia Ikitup... t> }
I Plata Building Brad.nton, Florida on or Touches the moon-washed se.a. ;
I before August 24, 1982, and that unless
--Steve deWolf
you enter your appearance on or before How Is Your Subscription?
I said date you will be deemed to have
: consented to th. granting of the adoption IF IT'S INSURANCEWE
\ prayed for in the Petition on file in said
)t proceedings. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court.on the 20th day of July 1962.M. HAVE IT
T. Mclnnis Clerk. TWO LOCATIONS -

,(SEAL_ By Deputy Elain. Snyder Clerk 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD' CHAPEL JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

'\ Bra den ton 7511 N. Tomiami Trail, Sarotett 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
FOR OFFICE FURNITURE.
AND SUPPLIES Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
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Island Bus Stops at Oar Door! FISHING. BUT YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF USING IT

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Bradenton Beach i
KLV. A. W. SIMMS
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c. .> a.m. Sunday School.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. .


BERNARD MISSION
1'fietl: K.\. IHANUs; t.. ,vEts"U....;"

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.

WEEKDAYS: 8:00'a.m.. .1 y
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 .:.m. and 6:00 p.m. 9
WEDNESDAYS: ....."... ....-.
7:30 p.m.. Rosary and Benediction. t

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ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
REV. LEE RATUFF. Patter
DUPLEX HOME In Bimini Bay Colony Club Subdivision Anna Maria, BIMINI BAY COLONY CLUB duplex purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs.
THURSDAY: purchased last week by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Munday of Lakeland from Charles Cooper of Lakeland from the Acme Wellpoint Co. of Plant City.
9:00 a.m. Sunbeams. Mr. and Mrs. David D. Ray of Plant City. Each of two furnished air- Home contains two 2-bedroom furnished, air-conditioned apartments. The
FRIDAY: conditioned apartments In home has two bedrooms. Sale was handled by transaction was negotiated by John B. Prothero, registered real
estate
7:00 Hour.p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation John B. Prothero of Holmes Beach registered real state broker. I(Islander broker of 81st:,Street Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo)
Photo)
SUNDAY: --
8:45 a.m. Sunday School.
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. Roser Guest PreacherThe BILL STEWART FOR SALECOMMERCIAL
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir.
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. Rev. James M. Fisher PHOTOGRAPHER
TUESDAY: will be the guest minister at PROPERTYTO
7:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Roser Memorial
WEDNESDAY: Community 3308 Third Avenue West ANY MERCHANT WHO BELIEVES THERE IS AN
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. Church on Sunday, August 19. BRADENTON FLORIDAOffice OPPORTUNITY HERE FOR AN ADDITIONAL
He is a retired
Presbyterian 745.6321 Home 746-2319 SUCCESSFUL STORE, AND WHO IS IN A POSITIONTO
minister who resides in
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoNDenomiiioHoaal now BACK UP HIS BELIEF, WE HAVE SOME CHOICE
Sarasota. A of West-
( ) graduate PROPERTY FOR SALE OR LEASE AT ATTRACTIVE
ern Maryland College and
Rev. Richard K. Pastor PRICES.
Wiggins,
Pittsburgh Theological Semi- BayouMarinaInc.TH.E +++++++++++++

THURSDAY: nary, he was an active minis-
TO THE STARRY-EYED DREAMER WHO DOTES ON
8:00 p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal. ter in the United Presbyterian MOST COMPLETE MARINA
STORES AND BANKRUPTCY
ROWS OF EMPTY ,
SUNDAY
:
Church in the U. S. A. for 43
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. AND FISHING CENTERIN SALES, WE ARE SORRY, BUT WE ARE SOLD OUT!
which he held
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. years, during
6:00 p.m. J'nior Youth Fellowship pastorates in West Virginia, MANATEE COUNTY
JACK HOLMES Realtor
Party. Ohio and Pennsylvania.The ,
6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fel Rev. Richard K. Wig- HOLMES BEACH,. FLORIDA
lowship. gins, pastor of the church, and BOATS-SALES & SERVICERENTALSFUEL
his family left Monday on a two BRANCH OFFICES
week vacation, during which
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Phone 778-1171 Phone 7782876.
will (DIESEL & GASOLINE)
LUTHERAN CHURCH they enjoy a camping tripin
Florida. BRADENTON BEACH 15th STREET
Rev. Frank E. Lyerly, Pastor ANNA MARIA 778-2423 O. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman

SUNDAY:
8:30 a.m. Church School.
10:00 a.m. The Servi,.. New Home ?
"A room just isn't

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Let Us Do Your Landscapingwith -

(Episcopal) without a
REV. GOULD K. LOWE .-

THURSDAY 9:00 a.m. Holy: Communion. SHRUBS & PALMS color A

NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY:
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 4 for ISLAND Growing

9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and a s '.
Sermon, Church School. ,"J phone"Z
PHELPS NURSERYPINE

AIR CONDITIONED AVENUE PHONE 7780501


Marshall School of DanceAssociated .r s

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES With

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TELEVISION BETTE BASEHORELocated -
AIR.CONDITIONERS 'f, ',
and at 421 Thirteenth Street West, Bradenton
Expert Prompt Service s

725 Uth St.. Bradenton 7 "-OJ51 Announces Registration For Teen Age

Beginners and Advanced J ''qr. ,
ISLAND BUSSIX Y

BALLROOM DANCE CLASSESto _. _:i Q r
be held at Anna Maria Teen Club
ROUND TRIPS

FROM BRADENTON BEGINNING ON SEPTEMBER 10TH
DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY i.itd0
45f One Way 80f Round Trip REGISTER FROM 8:00: TO 9:30 P.M. .
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE
FOR GRAMMAR & HIGH ON AUGUST 17, 24, 31, and SEPTEMBER 7, or

SCHOOL STUDENTS-50 RT PHONE 746-3142 for information 'f V4?e

PICK UP SCHEDULE NOWI PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORS OF MANATEE COTILLION



WE RENT 1 !Jt'

FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS

PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING

COTS ''
WHILE I 1
i HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 1 Nothing fits more beautifullyInto
the scheme of things thana
LINENS BLANKETS
phone in color.In fact,a color

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE WEDO phone always has nice things to

< say about you and your room.If .
Bradenton Beach 778-1472
you haven't made this happy

YOUR LAUNDRY 1 v 'h- discovery,may we induce you to

Island Repair fir 'l drop around and select a phone

Electric Service f : ....r ,,. 'f'' ff In the color of your choice? We
CALL 778.2295 x '- have them in a variety of Inter-

w. Service esting decorator colors.

OIL BURNERS. GAS HEATERS. ALL FREE PICKUP fir DELIVERY SERVICE .

TYPES OF WINDOWS. HOT WATER ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND 4 : GENERAL

HEATERS, APPLIANCES, PUMPS !
AND LAMPS. Beach Bendix T;

AIrrdiat 1s the Electrical UM TELEPHONE
Laundry & Cleaners WJ
All Kinds of topalrbg Dry .
America's Largest Independent Telephone System
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WATERFRONT HOMETHIS ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
FOR SALE Licensed Electrical Contractor Houses suitable for Island climateSnapper
BETTER-THAN-NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS and Pine StreetsElectric jnd conditions. Remodeling: Re
pairs Additions. Trustworthy estimates
i MANY FINE FEATURES, SUCH AS A FLORIDA ROOM Wiring Fixtures given.NORMAN .
( DICKWAGNER L (ROY) FERGUSON
ROSEDALE Anna Maria
AND SCREENED PORCH, A CLOSED GARAGE TO
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591
PROTECT YOUR CAR, BUILT IN KITCHEN AND RE-

FRIGERATOR,PLUSAN OUTSTANDING VIEW OF THE UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

BAY. PRICED AT ONLY $21,000. INSURANCE COMPANYSince
z 1897
ISLAND REALTYGEORGE Protect Your Reel tstate Investment

E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER 526 12th St. West BRADENTON. FLA. Phone 7U- 541

BaMMHMMBHBKK>BaEa SMiMmHaHM HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
REDUCED TO$15OOO FURNISHEDCORNER
778-2663 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
PALM DRIVE&74th ST.--TWO BEDROOM

I LOVELY PRIVATE. HOMETWO HOME: CARPORT, UTILITY ROOM AND SCREENED

Look For These Signs BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LIVING ROOM, FLOR- PORCH. BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED LARGE
IDA ROOM, LARGE AND UNUSUAL KITCHEN WITH
INCOME PROPERTY CORNER LOT.WELL AND PUMP FOR SPRINKLING.
DINING AREA, TWO SCREENED PORCHES AND ONE-
FOUR DUPLEXES with Air-
Conditioning-Completely Furnished CAR CLOSED GARAGE. WELL-LANDSCAPED 80 X 80 JOHN B. PROTHERO

..Deep Well on Property LOT. OIL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING. ALMOST REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS
Supplies 22 Homes. Room for COMPLETELY FURNISHED AND IN EXCELLENT 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
Expansion. $9,000 Income-
CONDITION. CLOSE TO GULF IN HOLMES BEACH.
Price $55,000, $20,000 Down.
ASKING PRICE $25,000. Perfect To Retire In

M BUSINESSES
LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf DELIGHTFUL CB HOME OF UNUSUAL VALUE: TWO

BUSINESS-Doing exceptionallywell. Drift and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone na1159Jack's BEDROOMS, 11A BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM, CARPORT,
Couple (Is Retiring-Will
Sell..$22.000-$10,000 DOWN. UTILITY ROOM, CENTRAL HEAT, BUILT-IN RANGE.
BARGIN Board EXTRA FEATURES INCLUDE BAKED ENAMEL CUP-
HAVE A BUSINESS DOING
BOARDS,MATCHING TWO DOOR REFRIGERATOR, IN-
$20,000 NET ANNUALLY- 2 BEDROOM CB HOME, JUST A STEP FROM THE
WILL REQUIRE $50,000 DOWN GULF. Has enclosed garage and is fully furnished. TERCOM SYSTEM.LOT 90 x 101-WALKING DISTANCE
PAYMENT-GOOD TERMS AND Price cut to $9,500 attractive
on terms. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. $14,000.
CONDITIONS FOR LEARNING .
THIS ENTERPRISECONSULTUSI BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME,MODERN AND
ATTRACTIVE IN EVERY WAY.Fully Air Conditionedwith Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
*
Central Heating. Conveniently located on a well- Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
INCOME PROPERTY shaded lot. Just $12,500, with small down payment. J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156
GULF FRONT DUPLEX-Two Assume Mortgage--No Closing Costs.
Anna Maria, Florida
Bedrooms In Each Apartment .r

CB Construction. 100 Ft. Sea- A FINE CANAL FRONT LOT, 95 x 115, WITH
walled Property, 200 Ft. deep. Excellent Seawall, Paved Street, City Water. Price
Room for Expansion-531,000.. .> SLASHED TO $3,900. Can sell on easy payments.
$10,000 Down. Easy Terms. NEW FINGERin
DUPLEX LOCATION NEAR GULF IN BEST SECTIONOF
I
BEST 2 B.R. HOUSE BUY OF HOLMES BEACH. 75 x 100. Selling for ONLY
$1 THE WEEK $2,800 with just $300 down and $25 per month.

$10,500 WILL BUY THIS NICE
JACK MARSHALL
MODERN 2 BEDROOM CB HOME
WITH TERRAZZO FLOORS, REALTORM LUANA ISLES
TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING
ROOM CARPORT AND EXTRA M BUILDING Anna Maria 778.2614

.r OUTSIDE GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD-EASY SHOWER ROOM- Half Block From Gulf

I TERMS $2,500 DOWN. ASTOUNDING !


BEST 3 B.R.*THE HOUSE WEEK* BUY OF Key Royale & Bay Palms LOTS $100 DOWN

$1,500 DOWN BUYS THIS MODERN .
i 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH "BONUS HOMES"OFFER $25 A MONTH Includes Interest
HOME WITH CENTRAL HEAT.

ING AND SEPARATE DINING FAR MORE FOR FAR LESSI PAVED STREETS
ROOM. BOAT RIGHTS ON
1 -CANAL. PAYMENTS,$110 MO.

City Water On RequestALSO

4 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMEs
CENTRAL HEATING, ALL-
ELECTRIC KITCHEN, LARGE
LIVING ROOM WITH WALL TO NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
WALL CARP ET.16 x 24 PORCH
HOME IS ONLY TWO YEARS Available
OLD, and SACRIFICE PRICE
i OF $21,500 INCLUDES ALL *
MODERN FURNITURE. DOWN BONUS HOME No.9

PAYMENT EASY$3,500 TERMS., BALANCEON 516-71st ST., HOLMES BEACH Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges

SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
C CI OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
I ONLY $7,800 BUYS THIS TWO
BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
1 CLOSE TO THE BEACH. IF
IT SEEMS UNBELIEVABLE, TWO LARGE BEDROOMS

WE SUGGEST YOU COME AND TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS
TAKE A LOOK AT IT.

F .OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM Walter S. Hardin

LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS .95-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT,

FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED ,
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75 x 100 BEACH LOT, 9000. . e Realty Company
i 50 x 200 BEACH LOT. $7,000. ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors
150.155 lEACH LOT, $21,500.

100x100*BEACH* LOT. 16000. $18,300LIBERAL

S $1.700 each FINANCING



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I family of Guilford, N. C...Mr. and
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE. Mrs. Gene Barlow and family of ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Claude
'"Tit pleuMnt, we, to see o i. name in ", .."-Lo D BTBOH Davisson of Eldorado, Ohio...Mr. Holmes Beech, Anna Maria Island, Florida S

and Mrs. Joe O'Neal and family of

ROD&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. .Marion, Iowa...Col. and Mrs. R. Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. James ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.

M. W. Ratcliff and family of Lake T. Neuman of Gainesville...Mr. Mallard and family of Lakeland. ,
""*
Wales...Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lee and Mrs. EddieGutierrez of Lutz. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. v.

and family of Anderson S. C.. PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. Marc Re M. Morgan of Plant City...lar- YOUR MONEY Luncheonette

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodriquez and Bran tly of Ft. Meade...Mr. and ry Cefly and party of Tampa...Mrs. Fountain Service
family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Charles E. Behr of Dayton Eilene Staskon and sons Donny and COMPLETE BUYS MORE ...

E. Portias of Winter Haven. Ohio. ..Mrs. Joyce Barrett and son Kurt of Chicago are visiting Mrs. '
COOPER'S BIMINI BAY APARTMENTS of Bradenton...Irene Hooper and Staskon's sister, Mrs. Bob ReineL esa Toiletries Stationery
:Mr. and Mrs.James Bright Sarah Childs of Miami.EASTO'THESUNMu.. BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS
and family of Lakeland. A. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ryan of Washington LINE IE. Magazines and Books

PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs.L. D. C...Mr and Mrs. John
Maynard Tinkham of Plant City. Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. F. Bass Trout of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Beech Wear I

M&M APARTMENT: Mr. and of Lake Wales...Mr and Mrs. J.. GeorgeMetzerof Ridgefield, Conn. IN A REAL '
Mrs.William G.Shanahan and family W. Clark of Bradenton...Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linus of Ft. I
of St. Petersburg. 'Mrs. Ralph Hawkins and family of Lauderdale.BAY DRUG STORE General Sundries

PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose. VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and

Bill Schultz of Tampa. I Carter of Louisville, Ky...Robert Mrs. Neill Hall and family of Oneco. -
HALEY'S MOTEL:James R. Ogla- Craft and Robert Enoch of Dayton, ...Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Premo Open Sundays 8:30 o.m. to 1:00 p.m.

by of Arlington. Va...A. E. Alt- Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gif-. of Blue Lake, Mich.
Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
heim of Rockville. Md. ford and family and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Glenn Gifford and family of Buena and Mrs. Claude A. Denham and

and Mrs. W. R. English and grandson Vista, Ohio...Col. and Mrs. Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howell and fam-
of Knoxville. Tenn. ..Mr. and liam R. Blakely Jr. and family, who ily of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. S. ANOTHER SHIPMENTof
Mrs. E. L. Cook of Nashville, Tenn. have just returned from Germany. M. Owen of Orlando ..Mr. and

...Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reichert of Col. Blakely is the son of Col. and Mrs. Al Chiles of Bartow...Mr. and 2 Piece \
Cincinnati and family...Mr. and Mrs. William R. Blakely Sr. of Bra- Mrs. G. R. Sloan of Wayne 111.

Mrs. D. Cox and family of Bartow denton. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and SWIM SUITS
...Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Meehan and ROSEMERE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Boger' and party; Mr.
daughter of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs.C. J. H. Bashor and family of St. Pet- and Mrs. A. C. Dotson Jr. ; Mr. and
A. Waters and family of Mul- ersburg...Mr.and Mrs.Dick Town- Mrs. E. E. Kendall, and Mr. and COTTONS KNITS

berry...Mr. and Mrs. D. Stevens send of Lakeland...Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Pete Hernandez all of Tampa
and family of Mulberry. Knudson of Wyandotte, Mich. ...Lillian Alderman and Dot Tay- Sizes 8 to 18

SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: R. B. lor of Tampa. ..Mr and Mrs. H.
Leland Mendenhall of New Lebanon, McGinnis of Bradenton..James M. Moelin and family; Peggy Ann CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES

Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris, Michael Dayton,Ohio...Mr. and Toole and party; Mr. and Mrs. J.
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON
of Mulber.y. Mrs. J. B. Heggler Tampa...Mr. W. Meredith all of Lakeland...
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. R. McGlenn Chicago..., Sandra Scales Julie Evans and Bar- DRESSES--SWIM SUITSSPORTSWEARSHOP
A. Sterzikof Haines City...Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young of bara Taylor of Winter Haven...Mr.
and Mrs. Elliot Hineley of Charleston Lancaster Ohio...Lt.Col.and Mrs. and Mrs. J. B. Duke and family,
S. C...Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. M. J. Pavlo of Ft. Benning, Ga... and Mr. and Mrs. Lonny W. Bryant IN-AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
Steraughan of LauderdalebytheSea. Mr. andMrs. R. J. Laughlin of Tulsa and daughter Sybil of Bartow. ..Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Armstrong Okla. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. P. and Mrs. Richard A. Rehnberg and S
of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Kirkland of Auburndale. ..Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Congrfordof
Mrs. Warren Edwards and family of Mrs. George Tozzi of Bellaire, O- Windsor Locks, Conn. ..Mr. and

Bradenton..Mr. and Mrs. J. G. hio...Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKayof Mrs. AltonYarbroughand family of A .
Weiss and family of Orlando...Mr. Ft. Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs. Plant City.. .Mr and Mrs. H. E. Layaway Phone E

and Mrs. Leonard Bennett Jr. and Eddie Wells of Tampa...Mr. andMrs. Hosey and family of Highland City Plan S aRR 4.ert family of Daytona Beach...Mr. and C. H. Haney of Lakeland... ..Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones of El-

Mrs. Joseph. Zisko and family of Mr. and Mrs. Burgess E. Banks of' more, Ala. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. A. iiii 1nII"__.___;_;__a---.
Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar Reid and family of Apopka...Mr. ------.---------
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UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Jos and Mrs. Richard T. Church of ------1'----- : asr :..--------- ONLY
( PAYMENT REQUIRED) ephMcLaughlin of Woodlyn Pa.. Springfield,111...Mr.and Mrs.lar- ------------.-. ---------------

EIGHT LINES-$1.00; MINIMUM 50* Miss AtalitaChegrinof Huntington, ry Steele and family of Oak Park -=-=-=-=:-. .# =-=-=-=-= PHILCO I
W. Va...Mr and Mrs. Earl Mc- 111. .Mrs. Peter Terlak and familyof -.-------_.-- ...'......----------
ANNOUNCEMENT Starting immediately Lean of Oshawa, Ont. Largo. ..Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brand .I---_-: .==.===-
each PAID-UP Subscriber to THE -=---------
ISLANDER la entitled to one four-line WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and party of Columbus. Ind. ..Mr. ----.- -- 2LEFTtf
No Unclassified.Strings Ad No at Gimmicks-One no charge each Free.FourLine year., and Mrs. George Carey of Orlando and Mrs. H. E. Irving; Mrs. WinnieS .S=====: ONL Y

scriber. Ad for each PAID-UP Sub- ...Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp an ((5.* also Page 5)

yOttf TdVOflT ..the most-wanted
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN
TENANCES Mowing edging, trimming. FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL Consumer Feature
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient 778-2012 AIR CHARGER
service. Reasonable ratesreferencesfurnished.
.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894.
)
after. 4:30.TWO R. C. SCHUCHARDBONDED..MAST.ER Air Of Course
BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on Conditioning
north point of Longboat Key, zoned for PLUMBER'S LICENSE ,
Multiple Dwelling. ONLY ...5001 Walter
S.Hardin Realty Co.. Healtors. 7781010. PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS ISLAND TV 778-1703

HOLMES BEACH: 1-BR Apts. Clean
quiet, private. Util. turn. Prefer widows 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

._or shopping.retired_ _persons.Reasonable.Block Call to 7781442.1t,3 to IP YOU CAN'T FIND IT AT THE

FOR SALES 8 mm. Keystone Movie Sunlaud Turf & Garden
Camera. Would like offer. Telephone ISLAND VARIETY STOREIT
771.1930.
COSTS In vicinity of Spruce Street
Anna Maria-Gray Persian Cat with very Garden Supplies Nursery Stock ,. CAN'T BE HAD
:
bushy tail. REWARD. Please call 771-
1714.
HOME PROPERTY MAINTENANCE and LandscapingAT
Going on Vacation? We've had ours.-will ART SUPPLIES
be glad to help out.
you
PAT HUBER SOUTH ENTRANCE TO ./
Box 523 Phone 778-2143
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
FOR SALE Nice modem 3 BR, 2 Bath
Home near Miller School & West Gate. 'tir
transferred. Excellent end,
Owner
long term mortgage. Phone open 7..2...,.. PHONE 778-2711

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As an added service ..
to our readers. 5 by 7 enlargementsof
any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- NOW Ls514Op 7781020TRUE
DER are available at $1.25 each. Writes
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria, or Phone

778-2021.HARRY_ M._ RIFE (Bag slrea Insurance TEMPER FORGED


LICENSED is the STEEL HAMMERA

PAINTING CONTRACTOR
wonderful hammer for a spare or home use. !'
IONDED AND INSURED Well balanced forged steel with octagon hardwood -
M.. hoodie. You'll like itl)
Phene 77S-1341

ONE STOP SOURCEFOR
,
SALE 38 REGULAR
PRICE I.I O 1.79

i ISLANDER \.


ONLY YEAR Ss.allA MORE THAN 50 TYPES OF INSURANCE COVERAGEF. Dobbe's( &Island Marine.Hardware SupplyIf f


DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER if. General Hardware or Housewares or Garde Supplies, wt have ;itor \
.will get.it for you. 778-2111 :
778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548
AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY !

1 CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY 1 1I I


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