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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 23, 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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The Ttalversity of Florida

I ._ Gainesville, Florida





I The Islanders A


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I Y THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND f


Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good ;

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No. 563 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 23, 1962 TEN CENTS M MI


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I Citizens Petition A Grand Jury Probe





i Mrs. Grace Stonehouse Investigation Of Conditions At Manatee Veterans I

L, { Memorial Hospital Sought By Citizens' Group f
t
Mrs. Grace Thompson Stone- ,"
house of 102 79th St., Holmes ':- ii An investigation by a Grand less some evidence could be J''

Beach, wife of Roger H.Stone- f'J -"" +---' Jury into conditions at Mana- offered that such an investi- I

house, died Sunday August 19, tee Veterans Memorial Hos- gation would uncover some
at Veterans Memorial Hospital pital has been asked by two indictable crime. I

Bradenton, following a to three hundred County resi- The petition, however, cited
long illness. :: ; dents. Florida Supreme Court decis-
After spending winters on the J 4 Indicating it was dissatisfiedwith ions which seem to make the

Island for 20 years, Mr. and the recent report on the investigation request valid.

K Mrs. Stonehouse last year sold hospital made by a committeeof No decision on the petitionhad

their summer home in Arlington the County Commission,the been made throughTues-

Vt. and moved to Holmes citizens' group Monday peti- day.
Beach to make their year x .,
tioned officials to open such an
around home.

Before her retirement,Mrs. investigation.Copies of the petition were C Of C Meeting
.
Stonehouse was nationally
sent to Governor C. Farris
t prominent in educational cir- Progress was reported by
/ she Bryant, Circuit Court Judge Chairman F. A. Chilson of the
cles. For was .a.
many years ., Robert E. Hensley, State Attorney Island Chamber of Commerce
assistant in of teacher
charge
Frank Schaub, J. Lau-
welcome center committee, at
certification for the State of
rence Dowd, .foreman of the a meeting of the chamber last '
New York Schools. Grand and assistant
Jury, to week.
She was thrice regent of HISTORIC ANNA MARIA CITY PIER-WHERE FISHING IS GOOD. (Islander foreman of the jury, William The fund for the
building pro-
Major Ormsby Chapter, Photo) H. Kilcrease.
ject, including $300 paid as a
Daughters of the American
County Attorney Kenneth W. deposit on the building,. had
Revolution, Manchester member of, Vt.the; Flotilla 99 MeetingA According to members of Cleary has said he felt any request reached a total of $1,575, in
associate
an the committee for the new for a Grand Jury inves- addition to several pledges.All .
Manatee County Chapter, D. meeting of Anna Maria Welcome Center sponsoredby tigation would be refused un- the amount reported was
I A. R.; a member of Colonial the Ver- Island Flotilla 99, U. S. Coast the Island Chamber of raised by solicitation of bus-

mont Society of Guard Auxiliary, was held last Commerce, the center will iness and professional people r

Dames; the Ladies Auxiliaryof Club of Wednesday evening at the Bra- be open eight hours a day, Mrs. Leila Heath both on and off the Island.

Retired Officers denton Country Club,followinga seven days each week. Mrs. Leila Heath, 91, the Contributors to the fund duringthe
E Bradenton; Delta Kappa Gamto. buffet dinner. Present plans are to hire oldest resident of the village of week were the Islander

ma, and the First Presbyterian The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe of two women'to run'the cen- Orient, Long Island, N.,.Y., Publishing Co., Dick Wagner ;..
Church of Albany N. Y. the Episcopal Church of The ter, each to work approx- died at the Eastern Long Island Realty, General TelephoneCo.
to. She also was one of the origi-
of the West Annunciation gave the Invoca- imately 28 hours a week. Hospital, Greenport, on Sun- and Charlin Villas.
nal sponsors and the Island tion, and short addresses were Applicants for the two day, August 12. Chilson reported that initial
Coast Symphony given by the honored guests, positions will be interviewed Mrs. Heath, who was the widow costs of preparing the buildingfor

f Players. Lt. Marshall Shytle of Miami, by committee members of the late Allen Heath, operation would run to
born in
Mrs. Stonehouse was assistant district director; from 10 a.m. until noon, was born in Laurel, N. Y.,the approximately $2,500.H. .
Bridgeport, Conn.,daughter of Communications Officer Bob Friday, August 24, at the daughter of the late John H.
the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whan and Flotilla Commander office of Gertrude Blassin- and Ellen B. Hallock Young.

)' Seymour Thompson. James Midgley of Fort Myers game, Realtor, next to the She moved to Orient when she B. Meeting Postponed

Funeral services were held Beach, and Captain Richard Anna Maria Post Office. was a child and spent practi-
Wednesday ,afternoon at Grif- Hamilton of Sarasota,Division Requirements listed by cally her entire life there. Because some of the mem-
f Island with bers of the Holmes Beach
fith-Cline Chapel,
Officer. the committee are that the Surviving Mrs. Heath is one
M the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, rec- Board of Aldermen plan to be
Operations Officer Clyde applicants have pleas- brother, Ezra H. Young of
tor of the Episcopal Church of away from the city at the time
Fore of the Island Flotilla ing personalities, enjoy Orient. Funeral services were
The Annunciation, officiating. outlined procedure to be used meeting the public, and be held at the Orient Congrega- scheduled for the September
follow. Hon of the board the date
Cremation was to in future Search and Rescue familiar with the Island, tional Church, Tuesday, Aug- meeting ,
j orary pallbearers were:Allen operations by the flotilla. although the last named re- ust 14, with t evo .1"&......J_ -Q Davis, Col. LeRoy W.Nichols, ro uesday,September 11. I Io
Flotilla Commander Georgel luirement is iHLas import- ti ry, p r of the
Col. Ray Perkins, Col. Frederick -
'r Athorne p r esente rtifi- sttw -.s ng. In f
ait H. Titchener and Col. catea:-fo new'> I -
Sidney G. Brown Jr.
.
er'aad'J. n. ortu 0j.1; Ce"Mrsi
.. ::: whatever isSi cessary, |e H t a member
"*.-/ of .. .
ente Da hers of h. hun.RD:1Re & --
'Petty Officer P] r e leet- I
I io ember of
w4od, U.r-S.. N., f Sab : adwa._ ,.
Gal.; a bfoiherjHolmes A e"- avis of i veand tog
ale rslty Mus-
B< c an
'lub ic chool in 1 899,and for many -

'grandcnU Fun ra y n rvlces werVheld" will meehat the Gulf Terrace years was organist, choir director f. i

at noon on Thursday, August and deaconess of the
Tuesday morning at Griffith- 23. Anton Christensen of 85th First Church g + af
Congregational s
Cline Island Chapel, with,-.the.
!
'' Street, Holmes Beach, will be of Orient.
Gerald'1C. Lowe rectorof
Rev. ,
of The the speaker, and will review Both Mrs. Heath and Mr.
the Episcopal Church
his recently published book, Young are well-known on the
Annunciation, officiating. THE UNITED STATES IN BIBLE
Island, where they spent the
Cremation was to follow.
PROPHECY. past several winters.
i I

e, ,-"
THE ISLANDER is now DON IRWIN, former Island Realtor
1 'Madeline ,D. FleetwoodMrs. on sale in Bradenton at and former Holmes Beech Aldermanis
Sharp's Drug Store in now a resident of ,St. Croix, U.
Madeline Davis Fleet- the Professional Build- S. Virgin Islands. Here for a few

wood of 208 81st Street, ing at Manatee Avenue days last week, Don Is now sellingthe
:Holmes Beach, died in a local and 11th Street West. Virgin Islands a lot at a time.

,hospital Saturday, August 18. (Islander Photo)

Born in North East,Ma:;Slie -

moved to Holmes Beach from
Waverly, Va. in 1953. AJ 1 ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Mrs. Fleetwood was a vocal-

ist on the Chautauqua Circuit, Temperatures Water'... Rainfall.
touring the country many' Sam Noon 6pm High

times. She also sang on radioin -
Philadelphia and Richmond.She August 14--81 90 86 91 .88 None

was one of the original 13 August 15--86 84 82 88 86 None

I senior hostesses appointed by p August 16-.82 88 84 90 88 2

the U. S. Army prior to World August 17.-83 90 82 90 88 None

War U. She was a former hostess August 18--80 90 86 90 88 None

at the University of Rich- August 19--81, 92 87 92 88 None

mond. FAMILIAR JSLAND SCENE IN SUMMER storm clouds gathering over August 20.-82 92 81: 92 86 None _

Survivors are a son, Chief the felf. (Islands Photo) l r J





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2.. *,#_-rrr ..H THE ISLANDER Thursday August 23, 1962
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. The Isomer*- *O iii V iiwnAR A, FLORIDA aK THE TIME HAS COME.. :iIt f


, TELEPHONE 778-2021 \ease -
'pRic4 all started when more than fifty general duty nurses at t

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL 4p By THE EDITOR the tax supported Manatee Veterans Memorial Hospital wrotea I

i News and advertising............MARGE KiMBALL o "' Red Marston, a former Islander letter to Manatee County Commission Chairman Mike i
(, Np a and now the popular Klemmer, and in the letter listed grievances having to do with j

,Mail Address Anna Maria, Florida hON their employment at the hospital.
,1 outdoors editor of the St. Pet-
Chairman Klemmer turned the letter over to Hospital
.5 ersburg Times, a visitor to
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in the Island the weekend. Administrator Victor Sledge, who refused to discuss the I

1 advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. past nurses' grievances with them, on the grounds that such dis- ;
$1.00 column inch. Discount of 10% for After launching his 16footBoston
Advertising rate per cussion would constitute collective bargaining by public employees ?
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. Whaler at the Bayou which is Florida
illegal according to statutes.
National or agency placed advertising 1.25 per column inch.IAMEIIUI Marina, Red attended the ren-
Next, Sledge dismissed Miss Alberta Dodd of the hospi-
...............rr.__w. dezvous of boats at the meet- tal's nursing staff because she had proved to be "unreliable."
ing in Sarasota of District 22,
NEWSNKI IEPIESEITATIMESweCLOSING Within a few days Miss Claire Hanks and Mrs. Florence Mc- ,
U. S. Power Squadrons. Mon-
t
Master were dismissed by the administrator--without any
day morning he planned to
for their dismissal them.
TIME NOON TUESDAYAn reason given 1
launch the craft in Ellenton to
\ And within another few days Mrs. Margaret Knellinger
some firsthand informa- 1
.get and Mrs. Florence Siltanen received their "pink slips," not
independent weekly published every Thursday by tion on cruising conditions in 1
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida directly from Sledge, but in the form of telegrams deliveredto
the Manatee River. Red
l upper their homes by taxi only a few minutes after they had returned 1
is series of articlesfor
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. writing a home from work at the hospital. Possibly in the inter-
the Times on cruising con- i
,. ests of economy in sending the wires no reasons for their
f; ditions on the rivers alongFlorida's
dismissal were given.
\ west coast, the firstof
Dismissal of the nurses came less than a week after Dr.
which appeared in Sunday'sTimes.
I Hurricane W. E. Wentzel, chairman of the hospital board of trustees,

: .:: urged nurses to"speak out" at an informal meeting followinga
Red tried to cruise a little in
of the trustees in them their
meeting July, assuring com-
I the lower Manatee on Sunday,
ments would not endanger their .
: positions.One
but was rained out by one of
r INSTRUCTIONSMany of the next public statements was one by the five-
; the month's heaviest shower
member board of in which the board
hospital trustees, endorsed -
By the way, the series Red is
Administrator and his dismissal of the
"Cruise Sledge nurses.
writing is called A-
Soon thereafter, the Manatee County Medical Society
long With Marston. We findit
agencies concerned with public safety publish hurricane safety hard to believe that Red issued a statement which praised the board of trustees, the

precautions to be observed by the public but the following informationseems needs to cruise those rivers hospital administrator and the nurses. ,

to cover the situation most completely. It has been reprinted again to write the series of By this time, the interest of the tax-paying public was

z with the permission and approval of Wyman, Green & Blalock, Inc. articles. From what we know thoroughly aroused--to such an extent that it was S.R.O. at

442 Twelfth Street West, Bradenton, and we suggest that readers who about him, we thought he could the meetings of the County Commission.Just about everyone
wanted know the for the dismissal of the .
wish to have a copy of a hurricane chart on which to trace the course write about almost any body of to reasons nurses.At
i about the Commissioners William
of tropical storms, obtain one by calling at the office of Wyman, water in the Eastern United same time, County
Crist and H. C. Slaughter, and County Attorney Kenneth W. f"f
Green & Blalock. States--from experience and
A : memory! Cleary were appointed by Chairman Klemmer as a committee |

the of the in and the '
to investigate operation hospital general, ;
BEFORE THE HURRICANE: Residents-Leave low-lying beaches e .
dismissal of the five nurses in particular. !
which may be in danger of being swept by high tides or storm waves.
A chamber of commerce folder At the August 13 meeting of the County Commission, Mrs.E. .
Leave these areas EARLY since roads to safe locations can become
describing Fredonia, N.Y. W. Mather of Palma Sola, who has no connection with any
} impassable hours before the arrival of actual hurricane conditions.
has arrived from our western of the discharged nurses, presented the Commission with a
AVOID BEING MAROONED. Evacuation is inconvenient but it may save New York State -
correspondent. petition asking for the reinstatement of the five nurses--a

your life. Interesting reading, it petition signed by 818 tax-paying voters of the County! Laterin

INSIDE YOUR HOME: Keep tuned to your local radio or TV station lists Fredonia as the site of the week Mrs. Mather announced that some 200 additional

for the latest Weather Bureau information. Get the facts, not rumors. the first natural gas well in taxpayers had signed the petition.

Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to act if the storm comes your this country (1821)) first After interviewing the dismissed nurses and other per- }

way. If possible, get a battery radio in event of power failure. Grange in U. S. ((1868), and the sons connected with, and or having some knowledge about the .

Fill clean, sterilized containers such as jugs, jars, or bathtub with birthplace of the Women's hospital situation, the committee last weekend issued the long ?J

I ,s drinking water. Should water system breakdown occur during storm, Christian Temperance Union awaited statement, with the apparent hope that the matter was 1

WAIT for official word to resume use of tap water. (1878). Yet, in the same folder, then closed. The COMPLETE STATEMENT follows: <

r Stock up on emergency lighting in event power is knocked out-- distilleries and wineries are "1--Because of the public interest and at the request of \

.lamps, lanterns, and kerosene to burn in them; candles; a flashlightwith listed among the town's earl- the discharged nurses, and more important, because of dis- '' ...
iest industries, perhaps the and innuendo of in the
extra batteries; plenty of matches. quieting rumor irregularities operationof
reason for the W. C. T. U. the this committee undertook its
have sufficient food hand that does need hospital, assignment.
:1 Be sure to on not refriger-
of the
Today, two prominent "2 It should be noted that M
-- even though professional }
ation or cooking canned meats, spaghetti, baked beans, canned milk,
; industries in the town are the '
people are involved, the relationship between the R.N. sand |'
soups, canned heat for cooking, a sterno stove. Star Wine Co. and the Appian
the hospital is that of employee-employer. It is elementary {J
Be careful of fires. It is a good idea to have a bucket of sand or a Way Pizza Mix Co., the latter
that the employer should have the right to discharge for rea- j
good fire extinguisher available. located near the town's Appian ,'
sons sufficient to him. To properly operate the hospital the !
Have a supply of cloths and mops ready in event you need to soak Way, a highway generallyknown administrator must have confidence in, and support of, his :.

up water that may penetrate beneath doors. Have boards, hammer, as the New York Thru- employees. '

saw, nails for emergency repairs. way. "3--The committee has heard the reasons for the dis-

Check first aid supplies for items that might be needed in an emer- charge of the five R. N.'s and believes the administrator had

gency--adhesive tape, antiseptics, bandages. Awell known Island residenta sufficient provocation and was justified in this action. The I

Conserve refrigeration by turning refrigerator and deep freeze to few months ago acquired a hospital trustees were advised at all times and acquiesced in

coldest setting possible they will stay colder much longer after power new car which is popular now his action.

goes off. for its appointments as well as "4--It should be pointed out that the trustees are all successful i

Useyour phone for emergencies only. Jammed lines hamper emergency its ability to get out and GO! businessmen who serve in their important tasks with-

calls for police, firemen, doctors, rescue workers. Its appeal in both areas is not out pay. Their dedication and service deserve the thanks of

If it is necessary to evacuate let the Red Cross know WHERE YOU lost on the subject of our story the commuriity.,

WILL BE in the event someone tries to reach you or your family. Convalescents but we understand that this "5--Th-e committee regrets the administrator saw fit to f

or chronic invalids should be removed from threatened areas motorist recently was stoppedon have letters of discharge delivered to two of the R. N:s. A 1

Route 41 south of Bradentonby personal audience for the of is better
purpose discharge a ,
well in advance of the storm. Take food for children 6r pets, baby
a member of the Florida more direct method and should be followed. ;
formulas, special diets, to last at least 24 hours. "
j Highway Patrol, and as a result 6--Generally speaking, the doctors are highly pleased
OUTSIDE YOUR HOME Secure inside loose material and
: or bring had to pay a $25 fine. The with the fine quality of nursing service given by the nurses

movable objects such as garbage cans, garden tools, porch and lawn charge? Obstructing traffic! L. P. N/s, aides, etc., at the Manatee Veterans Memorial )

furniture, potted plants. Secure garage doors. Awnings which can be CS. Hospital. .{

moved should be raised and tied securely or taken down. Fasten storm "
We understand one of our advertisers Requests for recommendations by the five discharged -

shutters, board up windows and glass doors. is no longer PURE! nurses should be furnished as appropriate.

Take down television antennas.Cbecktreesandshrubbery "8--It should be noted, also, that the hospital has cer-

remove limbs which might damage your During the past week we have tain other problems which are not easily solved. Overcrowding -

house or utility wires. lost the services of one of the and space limitation are paramount, and the very solution

yi Make sure your automobile is on high ground, away from trees or members of our summer staff, which is under way, expansion,creates other problems. Both

utility poles, in a garage if possible. Fill the car's gasoline tank since Steve deWolf, who had to return are temporary in nature, however, and efficiency and com-

pumps might not be operating if power goes off. home to Rockford, 111.,to fort will result. A new director of nurses has been hired.

If you have a swimming pool, drain it to half empty at least. After do whatever a young man has Complaints in this area should decrease.
to do these days to prepare to f 9--Our hospital is a fine institution of which the com-
all valves are closed and electricity turned off, remove electric pumps
from return to college. We'll miss munity can be justly proud. It is our recommendation that
underground pits.
him. this matter be concluded without further action."

DURING THE HURRICANE: Stay indoors and away from windows .5. In February, 1961, when Investigating Committee Chair-

glass may shatter. Stay in rooms away from the storm side of the house. man Crist was chairman of the County Commission, the Com-

high winds blow out a window, open wide a window on the oppositeside Still another Islander show- mission issued a directive to a County agency on the subjectof

of the house immediately to prevent further damage.It ing some originality of public relations and cooperation with the press. Part of

is advisable to keep slightly open a window on the side oppositethat thought, in the interest of a that directive follows: "A close relationship with the press 4,

from which the wind is blowing, in order to provide ventilationand lower calory intake, alwaysuses must be maintained in order to fulfill the purposes for which

to equalize inside and outside air pressure.If a no-cal mixer with the this bureau has been established. Seldom, if ever, should
bourbon she drinks before din- there be closed meetings..It is to the advantage of Manatee
the of the hurricane
eye or center passes directly over your area,
ner. County that the public be as fully informed as possible. This
skies may clear and there may be a lull in the wind lasting anywherefrom .
provides for wise decisions on vital issues by the public and
a few minutes to a half hour or longer. Remain inside, or if "
Cupid may soon be given an it allows for a public opinion that is based on fact.
absolutely necessary make emergency repairs. Be cautious however,
assist by one of the Island's Assuming the investigation by the committee was thor-
the wind will from the direction and
since return opposite suddenly
zoning boards. ..Congratulations ough, and there Is no reason to believe otherwise--why was
possibly with even greater force then before. to Gerry and Mackie the report so brief and completely lacking in information?

McManamy on their 26th an- And because we know the three members of the committee to

niversary.. .And to Leo and be gentlemen of good reputation,good will and good Intent, as
!
Don't Be A Litterbug Ruth Mahar on their anniver- well as greater-than-average intelligence, we wonder what >

sary. was omitted from the report--and WHY? T






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t Thursday, August 23, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page; 3

.
k t\\ 1 They All Remember Islander Wee Willie Heston ...,. ion's(oldest among living other AllAmerican honors he- V 'r J >e.I' e. : .

1 Now that he's 84,Willie Hes- ry Ford just founded his famed was elected to Walter Camp's .
ton admits he has made "a motor company, and the nation 1903 and best-in-the-na- .- -.'
II"J few" concessions to age. was shocked at the assassination 'r'.t tion selections.. I "
1: "I don't run the half-mile any of President William Mc- When cold weather comes,he i f .:
leaves his West
I{ more. And I've quit going to Kinley when Willie almost overnight Michigan
became the country'stop summer retreat for one on
J 11 Saturday night dances, he
Anna Maria Island Florida's
on -
i
football hero.
said with a twinkle in his eyes. .
Gulf Coast.
t But the man who many insist This was a colorful era.Celebrated .
Heston is also extremely
j was the best football player the Coach Fielding H. '
that his both .
proud two sons
"HurryUp"
wasn't called
University of Michigan ever Yost, who -
halfback for his alma
played
had has lost none of his zest for nothing, in 1901
for life. built Michigan into the most mater, too. "Jack, now a cemetery -

He remarried at 77 and now sensational football team manager' in Allen Park,
.r was on the 31-33 varsities,
his since the sport was started. "
spends summers at a picturesque -
and William Jr. manufac-
a
,
little cottage along And Heston, the bandy-legged, Islander Judge William M. H.ston.
the north shore of Manistee 5-foot 8-inch halfback who was (Islander Photo) turer's agent in Dearborn,
Lake, a small body of deep blue amazingly deft and swift for played" on the 1929-30 Wolver- C JL
ines, he adds.Probably .
water deep in the forestland of his 184 pounds, more than any- 130-0 over West Virginia in the biggest tribute i
Kalkaska County. one else kept Yost's teams 1904, 119-0 over MichiganState
I
Heston and that
paid to one reflects -
f Here he smokes, by his own rolling at the dizzy pointam (then MAC) (1902)) and the sentiments of those

j count, "at least seven cigars nut pace which earned 128-0 over Buffalo ((1901)). who can remember watchinghim L
( a day," occasionally dips a them immortality in football Heston also was as good at play is this verse writtenby _
t, fishing hook off the small pier annals. stopping the opponents as he the noted sports writer of *
I in front of his cottage and in During his four varsity yearsat was in running against them. that era, the late Grantland
general lives an enjoyable life Michigan (1901-1904) while The 1901 team wasn't scored Rice: i,
7 of leisure.i Willie was studying law, he upon all season with Heston "What's that? Is someone kid- i

scored the almost unbeliev- manning one of the lineback- ding me? ,
!i EDITOR'S NOTE: This article able total of 94 touchdowns. er's positions.
Has time flown back beyondthe
appeared in the Sunday news They counted but five points Some say there never has years :* Li(
J supplement of The Grand Rapids apiece then, but no Wolverinehas been a backfield man quite Where vanished youth still a LL'
Press Sunday, August 12, and come close to this total, like Heston since his heyday. hears again
by Subscriber Mrs. not even the famed Tom Har- Coach Yost, obviously prejudiced -
was sent to us The roaring echo of old
C. >W. Bennett of Grand Rapids. mon. insisted for years after- cheers? ;
Heston scored in every gamehe wards that his star was better The surging line gets underway !
I Still close to his heart is the played in at Michigan exceptthe than Jim Thorpe or Red 1itIcAs
59-0 of Stanford in the
football for which rout Grange.
U of M team The charging tackles and the
he was once a star, and he first Rose Bowl classic in After he graduated from law guards,
proudly points out that he seldom 1902. school, Heston also earned As Sweeley's spirals split the
has missed a homecominggame Often he scored three, four fame as a distinguished juristin sky,
since he graduated in and five times--but his biggest Wayne County. From assis- And Heston runs for forty he looked when he was widely ,
i1 1904. boast is one that he repeats tant prosecuting attorney, he yards..." known as Michigan's Willie Heston. I
Although this son of an itin- often: "I never once played in advanced to recorders court I

erant farmer, who was 16 before a losing "football game for judge and made many far-
he got out of grammar Michigan. reaching decisions.He .
school, stirred the nation with <"And< remember," Heston later moved to Ann Arbor WEEKEND SPECIALSNEW

; his football exploits more than reminded the other day"Thiswas before retiring altogether.Heston .
I half a century ago, he is far an era when yards were now ranks as the nat-
from forgotten.In hard to gain. Passing wasn't : 15 FOOT GLAST RON SPORTSMANWITH

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Despite this, the Wolverinesof
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THE ISLANDER TTmrsday, August 23. 1962 ATop

I I grouper; Dotha Rhodes, Lees-
i\\ Lets 8II oM..AA ,....... burg, 18 pounder, and Walter
J
v Holland of Columbus, Ga. and
I Ethel Powell, Winter
II FUIt e't N tied for third with ..
I pound red grouper. I
t iiI j 4 '- .:i. .
z Y + '
I i. catches by the passen- < 6a q V Some nice catches
I q C 54 t made by the
gers aboard the two ADMIRALS t
t out of Cortez are as fol BEST BET. Jackpot
J. lows. Monday: Sam Spears,of MACKEREL HAUL made I were, Monday: Ike
l Wauchula and Mrs. Roy Saturday from THE NADE, I 11b Bradenton, a 19
Charles of Urbana, 111. were owned by Jack Whitesideof I' grouper; W. A. Head,
r
tied for first, each catching a Tampa, and berthed at i ton, an 11 pound q
Bayou Marina. Catch Included Dick Hutchins,
20 1/2 pound black grouper,
and Jerry Davis of Miami a 235 mackerel, two d akYi Beach, a 9 pounder.
; close third with a 20 pounder. bonlta and three bluefish. X.a Wednesday: Danny
l Tuesday: June Graham of Left and right are Herman ; Bradenton, 19 pound
Louisville, Ky. was first witha Hendley and Amos Fletcher P. N. Tierney of
granddaddy 51 pound cobia. of Ocilla, Ga. and center, a 13 pounder, and E.
Jerry Dubois of Plant City,an R. E. Moye of Tampa. (Islander [Jr. of Dayton, Ohio,
; L 18 pound grouper, and Don Photo) pounder. r
1'1 f, Dubois, also of Plant City, a Thursday: Mrs. J.
1 14 pound red grouper. Biloxi, Miss., 18
.
Wednesday: Dottie Wingeier grouper; Michael
I *( of New Philadelphia, Ohio, an .,. Lakeland, a 13 5)a ----
11 3/4 pound grouper; Cheyrl !! grouper, and Star
.1 Jackson of Indianapolis, a 10- I. ; Gary, Ind., a 9 1/2 Tuesday at
J' 1/2 pound grouper, and Rev. J Friday: E. Galloway F. H. Crimme
'. J Eugene Haus of Sarasota, a 39 pound black weighed 13 Ibs.
10 pound grouper. Bowman of Cortez, in length.
,{ Wednesday (Second Boat):W. t I f. black grouper, and ( )
i. \ L. Jordan, Greensboro, N.C., w'I: ." ". Denger of Bradenton
28 black .\. a 33 pound
I .' a pound grouper; Id" "' {
George Leggett,C 1 eve 1 and, catch on the trip ran ''
Ohio, 26 pound black grouper, 1,500 pounds of fish. Inc.
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and Lester Wright of Bayshore k__ '''' ''
Gardens, 19 1/2 pounder. .." ,, At the Anna Maria MARINA
: Thursday: Richard Beatty of w. ,...'-.- \ mackerel are starting CENTER
Tampa, 21 pound black grou- NT ? caught, plus a few
J, per; Ward Gladden of Lake F in addition to the usual COUNTY
Worth, a 19 pound black grouper trout and mangrove ;:
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and Charles Brewer, an Some of the catches 1
18 pounder. the pier the past & SERVICE
Friday: Ray Lamb,Dayton, were an 8 lb. snook
'j Ohio, 20 3/4 pound grouper; en mackerel by Jimmy
Mrs. Paul Ryan of Washington, bers; some nice ( )
D. C., and J. L.Mehne of Louisville snapper by Ralph 778-2423
I Ky., tied for second (Continued on Page )
with identical 111/4 pounders.
RETURN OF THE ADMIRAL TOO to its Cortez dock one late after. I
Saturday: Mike Stockton, 11, RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur
I with from the boom bow.
noon last week, two giant jewfish hanging at
of East Lansing, Mich., a 32
I pound grouper; E. E. Wells of (Islander Photo) luxury accommodationsInclude "".,,' ..J'l.1 .I.'" :.1.\L.
Tampa, a 25 pound grouper, ; 'i
and Paul Meyers of Bradentonand EffiCIENCIES| | li .'.M .:;
LOVELYVIEWOFTHEBAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL # "
Mrs. Roy Steelman of Under _BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS
(Now New Management) ,
Venus tied with a
211/2 pound
black each. At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned SURF and POOL BATHING
grouper Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6
Sunday: Walter Holland Jr., TELEPHONE 7782780. persons. For Reservations or Informat Call 778-1511 {
Columbus, Ga., 19 pound black
Or Write: Box 366

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Angaat 23, 1962 THE ISLANDER PaxeS

o \ LET'S GO FISHIN to do some really serious fish- sumers, mullet are not expor- the proposed site. The lIP MOSTLY AIOUT PEOPLE .
t C (Continued from Page 4) ing from his cruiser THE ted to the north in any great Trustees issue a permit if (S.t also fegt ,)
NADE. Fate had other ideas, quantities. There is no demandfor the findings are agreeable.
k1 Some excellent catches of and about the first or second them, since northerners Approval must also be obtained Mr. and Mrs. James McClintockof
t .,' mackerel have been brought day of his sojourn Jack tooka associate the name mullet with from the U. S. Corpsof Suffern. N. Y. are guests this
'. into the Bayou Marina during tumble on the boat and inJured the northern species--a suck- Engineers. week of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dreyfusof

; the week past. his back, and is now er-like fish which is not par- Latest findings show that a Bradenton Beach.
l'i State Senator and Mrs. Scott wearing the Island's most expensive ticularly tasty. The new title Japanese concrete block eight .
'f Kelly of Lakeland, who are girdle. Despite his inJury "lisa" will give the fish more feet long, five feet wide and Guests of Mr. and Mrs FrankMok-
I vacationing on the Island with Jack and a party which status and individuality. two and one-half inches high, ry of Willow Avenue are Mr. Mok-

children Mike, Pat and Sherry, included his wife and son,Mr. Conservation Director Ran- with two fifteen inch holes on ry'sbrother-in-law Ladi Cimler of
enjoyed a good day of fishing and Mrs. R. E. Moye and family dolph Hodges believes the new top and bottom, and one on Cleveland Ohio, and sisterinlawMrs.
t Friday with Mr. and Mrs. L. of Tampa, Ray and Randy name will help restore econo- each side, and one in either Lloyd Hill of Fort Myers.
W. Dunson of Winter Haven, Wallace of Tampa, and Her- mic life to the mullet industry, end, provides the best sub- .
aboard the Dunsons' cruiser man Hendley and Amos Flet- thus helping an important partof stance for artificial reefs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Barnesof

DUN-SON. Mr. Dunson is the cher of Ocilla, Ga., Saturday Florida's seafood economy. These can be planted about 24 Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. John

carman of the County Com- brought in to the Bayou Mar- Mullet fishermen in Florida inches apart or can be pyra- O. Nichols Arcadia are vacation-

mission of Imperial Polk County ina, a catch of 235 mackerel, bring in as many as 50 million mided. It has been found that ing at the Nichols Cottage.for .
I and a familiar figure at three blues and two nice bon- pounds each year, and the these blocks withstand the

\ the Bayou Marina, where he ita.Some nearby village of Cortez is changing tides, as well as an artificial reef in the
berths his boat. The group of the other catches reported among the leading harvestersof storms, and that their lasting Gulf about a mile west of the
'f brought back a total of 142 at the Bayou were:Wo- the mullet crop. qualities are better than any- Manatee County Beach. The

mackerel. gan Badcock Mulberry furni- So, mullet or lisa.Whichever thing else that has been usedto permit application was made
Jack Whiteside of Tampa, a ture tycoon, 98 mackerel; they're called, one thing is date. Some have been observed by the County Park, Beach and
h f real fisherman's fisherman, Smoky Whiteside and Don certain--they're great eating! in Japan for over 30 Recreation Commission at the

f began a two-week vacation on Thurlow Jr., 32 mackerel; e e years with little sign of deterioration request of the Manatee Chapter -
the Island last week,intending Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Sapp of the Izaak Walton Lea-
Floridians can now say to also some have
'l and Mr. and Mrs. Richard gue, the organization that will
visiting fishermen, "There'refish been used in the waters off
Houghton, 58 mackerel, nine undertake to construct the reef
LEGAL NOTICESr on those artificial reefs. North Carolina for more than
r bluefish and a ladyfish; Joe It's just a fact of fish life that ten years. An estimated cost of old automobile bodies,con-
1 1 and Sis Magee, 59 mackerel; they like to hang around heapsof of this type of block is about crete blocks, old refrigerators -
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Tom Pollard, Dale Marler and
t and similar
items.
I .J A public hearing will b. h.ld during Kneeland Chase, 49 mackerel debris in the water. Some $20 each. Reports indicate
.I the regular m..ting of the Board of Aldermen ; are there for shelter; othersare that good fishing is found at
'J ( of the City of Holmes Beach Bob Blalock Bill White of Subscribe
there for food. almost all of the reefs that to THE ISLANDER--
\ Florida at the Holmes Beach City of- Miami and Gene Williams, 20
a' fic. on Tuesday September 11. 1962. Since "fish-drops" or arti- have been established.A Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for
mackerel and Mr. and Mrs.
at 7:30 to consider an application ,
p.m. has been secured
ficial reefs have become permit
of Louise T. Whittak.r as owner of the Hartley Blackburn and daughter pro- _only $3.50 per year.
east ons-balf of Lot 11, and aU of Lot ductive, they have become
a 13, GulMo-Bay Subdivision to hay. Jeannie, 23 mackerel.
more and more popular. There
this property rezoned from R-2 (two family C e e ANNA MARIA 'ISLAND TIDES
residence) to SU (Special Use) for are some 20 established reefs,
I I the specific purpose of being able tot When is a mullet not a mul- or reefs being built on both AUGUSTHIGH_ .- .-LOW--
op.rat. a lin.n r.ntal service from the
let? coasts of Florida.
home locat.d on this property. 23 Thur. 5:22 a.m. 1.9 9:39 p.m. 1.1 1:00 p.m. 0.0 11:23 p.m. 1.0
/ Paulin. H. Archer The "answer is, when it's a Interest in this make it your- 24 Pri. 6t29 a.m. 1.9 10:44 p.m. 1.1 2121 p.m.0.1 ..---
1 It City ClerkThe "lisa. self fishing has become so 25 Sat. 7:39 a.m. 1.9 11:23 p.m. 1.2 12:35 a.m. 1.0 3:26 p.m.0.1
1 And that's what the mullet great that the State has set up 25 Sun. 8:45 a.m. 2.0 11:55 p.m. 1.2 1:47 a.m. 1.0 4:15 p.m.0.2
} valuation of many of the propertieswithi now is. Earlier this month the rules procedures for those 27 Mon. 9:40 a.m. 2.0 N----.-. 2:46 a.m. 1.0 4:55 p.m.0.2
; ,the..limits of the City of Anna Florida State Board of Con- interested in establishing a 28 Tu.. 1216 a.m. 1.2 10:26 a.m. 2.1 3:35 a.m. 0.8 5:27 p.m.0.1
\ according Uariaha.to..the.n UanaUe raised for County the year Assessment 1962- servation officially changedthe reef. After a site is chosen, 29 Wed. 12126 a.m. 1.1 11:07 a.m. 2.1 4:18 a.m. 0.7 5:53 p.m. 0.0
RoU.Persons. name of this well known application is made to the Internal 30 Thur. 12:29 a.m. 1.2 11:45a.m. 2.0 4:58 a.m. 0.6 6:18 p.m. 0.1
wishing information concerning Florida fish to "lisa," the Improvement Fund 31 Fri. 12:38 a.m. 1.2 12:22 p.m. 2.0 5:37 a.m. 0.5 6:42 p.m. 0.2
I th.ir assessments are advised to For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide rea'd-
I visit the City Offic., or t.l.phon. the Spanish term for the fish. Trustees who in turn transmit
City Clerk. There are definite reasons their recommendations to the Ings, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
Th. Board of Commissioners of the
I City of Anna ilaria Florida will sit as aI for the change in name. To the State Board of Conservation.The .
Board of Equalization on Monday September sorrow of northern fish con- Board makes a survey of *
10. 1962 after the Regular Ueet- FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
at the Community Hall. WE RENT e PLAY PENS a DIAPERS
I Gladys Domaine DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH SUNBATHING COTS
City Clerk j je
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Linen Rental Service Bradenton Beach 778-1472
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'

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JIFFY CAKE & FROSTING MIXES-ALL TYPES-Ea........10*
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I Oft* IVININOS IT AMOIMTMINT Architect
Draws Up Master Plan
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Then Carries Out Plan
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TO CARRY OUT THE MASTER
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Across from Palace Theatre LOOK TO OUR
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'. Elgin Water MR. WALTER YOUNG, OUR TRUST OFFICER
\ WILL
THEREFORE, OUR JOB IS TO BRING TO THE ISLAND
If 1 WELCOME AN OPPORTUNITY TO TALK WITH YOU
Softeners and Filters AND ITS RESIDENTS,. FRESH, CHEMICALLY PURE
AND YOUR
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CHURCHESHARVEY

MEMORIAL CHURCH
(No-DeilO HMt OMl) f '-
Bradenton Beach TRIO OF CLERGYMEN: r P a-
Ktv..; A. \V. SIMMS At right is the Rev. Lee
6i
Ratl Iff,pastor of the Island
SUNDAY :* 4 Baptist Chapel. Seated Is r"JiJ { '
'
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 4 :
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. the Rev. Earl Parker of
Falmouth, Ky., Ratliff's
J
father-in-law and a retired
BERNARD MISSION
frits: KK\: ', t IIA\cIS t.. !VEts"II.'" K Baptist clergyman who wasa
missionary in China and
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.
Korea for At
many years.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m.
left Is the Rev. John Park
and 6:00
8:00
HOLY DAYS: a.m. p.m.
WEDNESDAYS: er, pastor of a Baptist I
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. Church at Florence, Ky. F I y
Both visiting clergymen
pr.achedatthe Island Bap- ----
.. ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL a
REV. LEE RATLUF. Patter tist Chapel Sunday. (Islan-
SURPRISE BIRTHDAY
PARTY Holmes
at Beach Yacht Club last week
THURSDAY: der Photo) for Mrs.Joanne Wei shaar of Avenue E, at head of table. Guests from left q
9:00 a.m. Sunbeams. are: Mrs. Kenneth Coles, Mrs. E. K. Wiggins of Oneco, Mrs. E. Leroy a

FRIDAY: .' Chipman of Holmes Beach, Miss Virginia Roesch of Oneco, Mrs. Marie f
7:00 p.m. Jr. & Sr. High Recreation '! Price of Pompano Beach, Mrs. Weishaar! Mrs. John N. Robinson of
Hour. Palma Sola Park, Mrs. Isabel Coles of Holmes Beach, Mrs. N. J. Whel- )
SUNDAY: ; an of Palma Sola Park and Mrs.. Ralph Brown of Holmes Beach. (Islan
8:45 a.m. Sunday School. der Photo)
10:00 a.m. Worship Service. .

6:30 5:30 p.m.p.m. Junior Worship Choir.Service. Frost Roser SpeakerRick :-i

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: Frost of Holmes Beach
7:00 p.m. Church Membership will be the guest speaker Sunday W'-2J s _,
Study.
TUESDAY August 26, at Roser Mem-
: orial Community Church. Mr.
7:30 Chapel Choir.
p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Frost a student at Florida

7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. State University is a pre-
ministerial student and is : WALl I IWAtt1i- !

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH serving his second summer as
(Noa-DtnoraiiHirienol) assistant to the Rev. RichardK.

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins Pastor Wiggins pastor of Roser smart and modern '
Church.
SATURDAY: TOWN HOUSESby
6:00 a.m. Senior Youth Fellowshipto f
leave for Vero Beach. :
SUNDAY: BILL STEWART

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. PHOTOGRAPHER JACK HOLMES
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. of holmes beach ". 1
6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship -
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THURSDAY: ISLAND BUSSIX { I wash dishes
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TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: __
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. i..r. ,
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and ROUND TRIPS it "1' .
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silver even pots and pans and set it, of hot water, with safety and precious
CALL 7782295FREE then forget it. Your electric dishwasher peace of mind.)

f automatically washes and rinses in water For featured values and easy terms seethe
f: hotter than your hands can stand built-in and portable Dishwashers at
PICKUP fir DELIVERY SERVICE
: 1. and dries too! Dishes come out sparkling your electric appliance dealer or plumb-
ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND glasses gleam.. Everything "sanitized," ing contractor..


Beach Bendix < -, I, : '
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Laundry & Dry Cleaners ...IT'S CHEA EIf. TOOl M on.d tai

FLO110.A I PIWCI ft LICIT I COMPANY :.:'
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''IS.LAND REAL ESTATE




I -FOR SALE LAKE LA VISTA BARGAINLARGE _



2-Bedroom Home on two lots. Large Living
r, DICK Room with Heatilator Fireplace--Separate Dining
Area--Venetian Blinds and Hurricane Awnings.Clos-
r ed Garage.
WAGNER PRICE CUT FROM $18,900 to $13,900--TERMS!



w JOHN B. PROTHERO

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES 116 ,- 8ht STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
Houses suitable for Island climate
Licensed Electrical Contractors
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
778-2663 Snapper and Pine Streets : Additions. Trustworthy esti-
Electric Wiring Fixtures mates given.NORMAN BIMINI BAY
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
1. LOVELY FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM HOME, WITH:
1 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Off 7781410. Home 778-2591
A Tile bath..Large living room and Dining Area..SlidingGlass

Look For These Signs Doors to Screened Porch..Completely Equipped
Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts!
Kitchen..One-Car Garage..All New Furniture..CanalFront
BEACH COTTAGE on 75-
J Ft. Seawalled Lot. Really WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON Lot..Ready For Housekeeping-SACRIFICING AT

", Comfortable and Airy--
EVERY SURFACE! $19,500.
Has porches on 3 Sides--

Price: $13,000, $2,500
down--$100 per month. BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

1 Drift and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 7781159
Two Bedroom Beach Cot-
HARRY M. RIFE
frame construction
tage: ;
carport; porch; full bath; LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna WATERFRONT HOMETHIS
gas heat.Small Lot,Price
Maria Phone 7781341Jack's
$6,500 CASH. BETTER-THAN.NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS
t
MANY FINE FEATURES, SUCH AS A FLORIDA ROOM
I Found A Treasure Chest?
2 BR Home: Built in elec- BARGIN Board AND SCREENED PORCH, A CLOSED GARAGE TO

tric kitchen; lots of closet PROTECT YOUR CAR, DUlL IN KITCHEN AND RE-
space and built ins; slid- 2 BEDROOM CB HOME, JUST A STEP FROM THE
FRIGERATOR PLUS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW OF THE
,
ing glass doors from the
GULF. Has enclosed garage and is fully furnished.
living room to a large Price cut to $9,500 on attractive terms. BAY. PRICED AT ONLY $21,000.
screened porch; fenced in .
I rear yard; utility room BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME,MODERN AND ISLAND REALTYGEORGE

'd and carport; completely ATTRACTIVE IN EVERY WAY.Fully Air Conditionedwith E. WAGNER REGISTERED BROKER
furnished in excellenttaste. Central Heating. Conveniently located on a well-
i Only one block to shaded lot. Just $12,500, with small down payment. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.

the beach. Price $12,500. Assume Mortgage--No Closing Costs. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778.2444
I *
Two Bedroom CB Home, A FINE CANAL FRONT LOT, 95 x 115, WITH
I Furnished and only 100ft. Excellent Seawall Paved Street, City Water. Price
e from beach. Has air con- SLASHED TO $3,900. Can sell on easy payments.
ditioning & TV. Closed NEW FINGERin
f garage. Large lot. Really DUPLEX LOCATION NEAR GULF IN BEST SECTIONOF
comfortable home for a HOLMES BEACH. 75 x 100. Selling for ONLY
!! retired couple, and ONLY $2,800, with just $300 down and $25 per month.
$8,750.

JACK MARSHALL
Two Bedroom CB HOME:
p Lots of Closets; Large REALTORM LUANA ISLES

4 tiled bath; living room; & M BUILDING Anna Maria 778.2614
t kitchen and dining room.
I Utility room and porch; Half Block From Gulf
carport. This nicely furn-
ished home is close to the ASTOUNDING !
Beach and has
extra lot!
ALL for only $11,500-- $100
LOTS DOWN
$1,500 down--$85 month. Key Royale & Bay Palms

r
TWO BEDROOM BEACH $25 AMONTH Includes Interest
"BONUS HOMES"OFFER
HOME: Furnished, and
not much yard to care for.
\ Very Attractive! Priced FAR MORE FOR FAR LESS! PAVED STREETS

at $10,600; $1,000 down,
1 $85 per month. Water On
r City RequestALSO

ONE or 2 BR Retirement
I
Home: Furnished; large
garage; Florida Room;
family room; Excellent : NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
Structural Condition;

Very Close to the beach. -
Available
PRICE $11,000; $2.500 as
f down payment;$85 month.
.
BONUS HOME No.9
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths--
Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
Living Room with nice
f 516-71st ST., HOLMES BEACH
Fireplace; Florida room;
I US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
dinette and kitchen;FOUR OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY and EVERY DAY.
Air Conditioners; Utility COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Room and double carport. .COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
Corner lot location in HB
with boat dockage across .TWO LARGE BEDROOMS
street in canal. PRICEDat
I TWO BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS BATHS
.
only$16,200,$600 down
and assume 51 J4%mort .OVERSIZED GARAGE & UTILITY ROOM
gage. Walter S. Hardin
.95-FOOT CANAL FRONT SEAWALLED LOT,

OPEN HOUSE: 2716 Ave.C FULLY SODDED AND LANDSCAPED
Holmes Beach. Two . Realty Company

Bedroom CB Home only ALL AT THE ASTOUNDINGLY LOW PRICE OF ONLY Realtors
I 2 years old. Plenty of
>> closets; beamed ceiling $18,300LIBERAL
y living room; tile bath;
terrazzo floors; carport; FINANCING
r new 12 cu.ft.refrigeratorand
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
gas stove. Rods and NUMEROUS OTHER MODELS TO MEET YOUR

drapes. Boat docking NEEDS-AT PRICES YOU WILL APPROVE. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
I space. All for Only $10-

575. Come and see this KEY ROYALE INC. FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307
Exceptional Buy Any Day. ,
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P 8 THE ISLANDER __ Thursday, August 23, 1962


and Mrs. Leroy Barfinn and familyof

I MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Auburndale.S. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

M Tit pleasant, son, to tee one's name in print.=LORD BTBON S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. Holmes ,Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
and Mrs. Paul W. Spright of Bartow

.. .Mr. and Mrs. CalvertN. Court-
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs. ROD REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs.
ney of Pal met to.. .Professor and ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
Mary Crawford and William L. Sims R. E. Moye and family of Tampa ,
Mrs. E. H. Yarrill of Lennoxville,
and mother of Orlando.. .Mrs. D. ...Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ward of
Quebec...Sandra Holland of Lake-
A. Rose and daughter Lorie. Mrs.E. Gainesville..Mrs. J. H. Bra u c hand Luncheonette
YOUR MONEY
land...C. T. Johnson and familyof
C. Bowlby, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cozad.Mr. family of Lake Wales...Mr.and
Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Fountain Service
and Mrs. R. Wallace and family Mrs. P. J. Boccalin of Bar to w... BUYS MORE
cer Morris of Maitland...Mr. and COMPLETE
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Miley and Mrs. Jennie Rehlinder and Mrs. T.
Mrs. W. Sholes of Wayne, ill.SCHELTERCOTTAGEMr.
family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack White- L. Watson of Fort Meade...Elmer and J Toiletries Stationery

side and family all of Tampa.. Poland and family of Covington,Ky.
Mrs. Jack W. White Jr. and familyof
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson and ...Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barringtonand Magazines and Books
\ Temple Terrace.LAYZLIVN LINE
family of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. son of Clermont.. .Mr. and Mrs.
I MOTEL Mr. and
I J. A. Lloyd Jr. and family of St. M. M. Skipper and family of Lake- : Beach Wear
Mrs. D. and
Beryl Stokley daughter
Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. land...John Roberts of Orlando...
Jennifer Kay of Lima, Ohio..B. R. IN A REAL
Musgrave and son of Lakeland... Mr. and Mrs. Tony Prieto and dau-
Rickey and of Sarasota. ..L.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hayes and children ghter of Tam pa...Mr. and Mrs. party DRUGSTORE General Sundries
Jones and family of Doroville, Ga.
of Tallahassee...Dr. and Mrs.G. Eddie Valle jo of Tampa. ..Mr. and
...Charlie P. Scottof Wauchula...
Trempter and sons of Arcadia Mrs. D. H. Wallingham of Braden-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Wells and
Cal...Mr. and Mrs. P. Stumpff of Open! Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
ton.HARBOR family Commiskey, Ind. ..Rus-
Sulphur Okla. LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and
sell Prater of Bartow. ..Mr. and Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mrs. James Killough of Hialeah...
SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: Mrs. E. L. Ebert of Tampa. ..Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rose and dau- Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Savage of A- and Mrs. Denvil Gates and son of

ghter of Germantown Ohio.. .Mr. popka...Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Booth
Clarington, Ohio. .Mr and Mrs.
of Jacksonville...Lew Bugler of Al- ANOTHER SHIPMENTof
and Mrs. Edward Bacher and Leland George Schweitzer of Lakeland. .
tam o n t e Springs...Mr. and Mrs.
Mendenhall of New Lebanon Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Simmons and
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs.SteveC. Harry Mills of Ft. Meade. ..Mr. and
: family of Plant City. .Mr. and Mrs.J. 2 Piece
Mrs. E. Hamnon of Hebron, N. Y.
Lewis and family of Dayton.
C. Duke and family of Bartow...
Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roberts .. .Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Marlow of SWIM SUITS
Cairo Ill. ..John Merle of German-
and family of Lakeland.
Lithia...Mr and Mrs. J. W. Bowenof
N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. town.
Ft. Meade. ..Mr. and Mrs. W.
COTTONS KNITS
Edwards of Oxford Ind. ..Mr. and -
Lewis Walters and family of Portage, C. Head of Tampa on their honey-
Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jacksonand Mrs. Edward E. Armstrong of Shelby -
moon...Mr. and Mrs. Winn Silverof
daughter of Indianapolis. ville, Ind...Roy Hughes of Louisville Lakeland and children Myra, Lin- Sizes 8 to 18

.Mr. and Mrs. Fred R.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. IT Ky. da, Anita and John...Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Canada of Bradenton..Mr. and
F. Eikelof Lutz...Mr and Mrs. S. J. Plunkettand party of Atlanta. CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
Mrs. C. M. Truluck of Arlington,
J. Kanezivich Tallahassee..Mr. ALEX APARTMENTS: Dr. Henry DRASTIC.REDUCTIONS ON
Va...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Greenof
and Mrs. James W. West of Savan- Zanzalari and family and Mrs. Cell
Lancaster, Ohio.. .Thomas W. DRESSES-SWIM SUITSSPORTSWEARSHOP
nah, Ga...Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Linsky of Metuchen N. J. Dr.
Davis of Winter Haven.. .Steve J.
Chaikinof New York City.. .Dr. Zanzalari, a cousin of Mr. Alex,
of Danville, 111...Miss Joyce
and Mrs. Pier Westra of Lakeland Retasy is a professor at a New Jersey col-
Woodard Ann Arbor Mich...Mr. IN
.. .Mr. and Mrs. William L. Rick- lege.. .Rev. and Mrs. Charles Meeker AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
and Mrs. John Kok of Winter Haven
ard Jr. and family of Wilmington, of North Miami.
...Jack Renner of Dayton, Ohio.
DeL. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lajobeckand CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.J. .
PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs.
family of Rockledge. ..Mr. and C. Simmond of Indianapolis. .
Jerry O'Neal and family and Mr.
Mrs. C. B. Carnes of Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pollard and
and Mrs. John W. Waddell of Lake-
...Mr. and Mrs. Sam N. Chanceyof family of Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs.
land. Layaway ,,.. ,,. Phone
Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs. John COOPER DUPLEX--BIMINI BAY: George Nader and family of Lake-

Janauis of Quincy...Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray Glass of Lake- land...Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Plan *R #** men {Women 778-1161

Don Petersen of Palatka. land. Nugent and family of Savannah, Ga.

HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.E. .. .Mrs. Catherine Moltin and par- FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL

William Schaltz and family of M. Watersof Limona..Mr. and ty of Macon, Ga.. .Mr. and Mrs.

Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fran- Mrs. Frank Spoto of Bradenton. Jack Leggett and family of Cleve- 778.2012

ciso of Hartford City Ind...Mrs. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. land, Ohio. R. C. SCHUCHARD

Betty Grant of Springfield Ill... and Mrs. Robert O'Neill of Ham- PLAY ENCANTADA: Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. Albin J. Varoski of mond, Ind. ..Mr and Mrs. Garry Mrs. Moore of Bradenton.. .Mr. and BONDED-MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE

Lowell, Mass. Scott and family of Orlando. Mrs. Owen and family of Amarillo, PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. Texas.

Audrey Davis and- family- : of- Valrico I 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

...Mr. and Mrs. James E. Slater of IF YOU CAN'T FIND IT AT THE I

Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. George H.

Sammis Elmira, N. Y. ..Mr and ISLAND VARIETY STOREIT THANK YOUFOR

Mrs. Thad Knowles of Brandon.

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HOWE PROPERTY MAINTENANCE: SOUTH ENTRANCE TO ISLAND TV 778-1703
Going on Vacation? We've had ours-will
be glad to help you out. HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
PAT HUBER
Box 523 Phone 778-2143

Anna Maria Home 778-1772 PHONE_ 778-2711 SHELLS & SHELLCRAFT

LOST: In vicinity of Spruce Str..t,
Anna Yarla-Yultl-colored Persian Cat
with very bushy tail. REWARD. Please
call 7781784.

HOLMES BEACH 1-BR Apta. Clean
4et., private. Util. furn. Prefer widowsor
HOBS
retired persons. Block to Gulf, 3 to
shopping. Reasonable. Call 778-1442. i

YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE ( : 14O'P 778.1020
Mowina. edging trimJl ftO. i _
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows
washed and oiled. Prompt and efficient Our
service. Reasonable rates-references
furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 TRUE TEMPER FBR 22.
after 4:30.ISLANDER. favorite
.RUM E flAKE l
PHOTOS As an added service aw
to our readers. S by 7 enlargements rubberstamp
of any picture appearing in THE ISLANDER
are available at 1.25 each. Writet flat .1.
Twenty-two teeth
spring 4:
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria or Phonenl2021.
shaped to pick up litter without

cutting grass roots. Head finish
SERVICES
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS near Gulf on
north point of Longboat Key, zoned for FII EXTRA
Multiple Dwelling, ONLY $4.5001 Walter
S.HClTdinRea1tr, Realtors. 778-1010.
AEN
EAERGE hardened.

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.. ONLY SISDA Bay Area Insurance Dobbe's Island hardware
YEAR & Marine SupplyIf

F. DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-

or will get.it for 778-2111
you.
778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548
AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY

CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT.NOON AUTHORIZED DEALER: LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYaF

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