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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: January 11, 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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J ,/ : THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 531 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1962 iKsStSr5JS.=pSSauSSi TEN CENTS


Bradenton Beach BRADENTON BEACH !

Budget ApprovedAt I
r Council DateOne I
its meeting Friday, the Bra City Changes Meeting

denton Beach City Council approved of the first matters acted ed a spray of roses by City Clerk
a 1962 city budget which upon by the new Bradenton Beach Mrs. Sophie Carothers for the
totaled $35,000, $2,625 more than City Council, at its meeting Fri council.

that of the preceding year. Y day evening, was to approve an Mayor Reinel outlined his pro
Estimated income shown in the
ordinance which authorized gram for the year at the beginning .
budget includes $8,885 from occu 1 changing the date of the regular %>f the meeting, a program

pational and licenses trash; $9,000 from ibiiii'BRADENTON ; :; monthly meeting of the council which includes many changes
$9,300
garbage pickup
; from the first Friday evening of and improvements for the city.
from from
cigarette tax; $1,235
Meunier named vice
the month to the first Thursday was -mayor
court fines; $4,135 from, the evening. by a vote of the council, and also

power company franchise, and Because the hall of the Harvey was reappointed commissioner of
from the road and
$1,000
county Memorial Community Church, roads and streets, and commis-
bridge tax. sioner of sanitation.
where the meetings have been
An additional :$1,145 in estimated
income will be realized BEACH CITY COUNCIL, thr.. m.mbars of which w.r. held, is not available on Thursday Adams was reappointed finance

from electrical, plumbing and taking part In their first regular council meeting Friday evening, wh.n i evenings, the meetings will be officer for the city, and council
income picture was tak.n. Seated, I.ft to right, are John Q. Adams, Henry Meun-. held at the Bradenton Beach Fire voted to give the mayor and the
building permits, pier ,
,, House Second Street North. city clerk authority to sign city
rental and interest. ler and Mayor Victor Relnel. Standing are Paul Maggar and Arthur Ella on
Victor Reinel Councilmen checks, and the finance officer was
(Islander Photo) Mayor -
The budget lists estimated
ex
Paul Maggar and Arthur authorized to sign checks in an
penditures of $8,500 for salaries
Elia were taking part in their emergency.
and other for garbage j
i expenses first of the Other appointments made by
regular meeting council
and trash removal for
$3,550
r ; po since they were elected on December the mayor were to make Maggarand
lice salaries and expense; street Mrs. Carothers
5. The other two membersof responsible
and roads, $2,500; administrative for mosquito control, and to
the council are John Q. Adams, ap
salaries, $2,500 street lighting,
; Elia erosion and drainage
who was reelected in December, point as
$2,000; legal expense, $2,700-; commissioner. Reinel and
and Henry Meunier, whose term I
mosquito control, $700, and contribution
Adams will
has another year to run. act jointly as head of
to library, $600. ttW Following the opening of the the city playground.
Other items listed are:
I General fund expense, $4,500; recreation meeting, Mrs. Reinel was present (Contlaad .. fog 4)

I $1,000 office maintenance ands :
; 'COMMIS-SION
ANNA MARIA MEETING
remodeling, $700; building, e p& :1
plumbing and electrical inspec
a City Paving: Program: Discussed
tions, $1,300; amortization fund ,., """ b

r (for payment of mortgage on city Proposed paving projects were Another letter, protesting the

I office building), $2,000; reserve the principal topics discussed at repaving of Bay Boulevard, was
for replacement of trucks and of the read Clerk Mrs.
Monday evening's meeting ,by City Gladys
equipment, $600; transportationexpense A CARLOAD CHURCH Prefabricated laminatedJDouglas Fir b.am'Anna Maria City.Commission. Dumaine. The letter, signed by
\' ,"$500; social security tax, ,for the n.w*idifl..-of Gloria Def'Evang'ellcal-L'utKera'n; Church, now under '{'Members of the: "commission .Mrs. Evelyn Fiske, pointed out the

I $300; postage and office supplies, construction at the Intersection of Palm and Marina Drives, Holmei i agreed to include South Drive, street had been paved in 1955.
$300 audit, $300; printing, Beach. Beams, longest of which are 64 feet, were shipped to Bradenton I
; along with Bay View Drive, in Mrs. Fiske said she did not feel
from Portland, Or., and sent by circuitous route to avoid low under
$175; minor repairs, ; a
emergency the proposed repaying and widening the street needed repaying. She
and other .obstructions Th. car could b. attach.d only to slow
supplies, etc., $225; municipal association passes
of Boulevard south of
Bay owns property fronting on Bay
moving trains to guard against possible shifting of the load.
dues $50 and
street
Pine Avenue.A Boulevard 1,764 feet in length,
"i signs and markers, $100. petition requesting the street more than 20 per cent of the

Island Building Figure be paved, and signed by five 4,200 feet to be repaved.

E, South Drive property owners, was James Stephens, city building
Down $9,500 In 1961 read. (Continued on Page 4)
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The total value of building permits -

issued on the Island in 1961 COMMISSIONER JAMES 0. FERGUSON
was $1,311,789, $9,500 lower I

I than the 1960 figure of $1,321- Candidate For Mayor. In Anna Maria
207, with Holmes Beach- the only .
(, one of the three cities to show an James O. Ferguson, whose term he would not seek reelection,
increase. as a city commissioner expiresnext either as mayor or as a member
According to Howard Scott, month, announced yesterday of the commission. The terms of
city engineer and building inspector he will be a candidate for mayorin Woodland and Clay also expire in

in Holmes Beach, 118 permits the Anna Maria City election February.
were issued during 1961 for a February 13. t Ferguson, who was first elected
I" total of $971,990.Permits Since the disappearance of to the commission in February,
were issued for 37 new Mayor Maxwell L. Woodland 1958, resigned in October of that

homes, two duplexes, four stores, year during the hassle tyhich followed

a motel and a church. In 1960, 96 MEANWHILE, BACK ON THE ISLAND, (actually the following day), ;= the attempted i ring by
"I permits were issued for 42 new beams arrive at site of n.w church. According to Contractor Stanl.y Lu- i .. Mayor Bill Brier of Police Chief '

; residences, a telephone exchange lack,building should be compl.t.d within thr. months. (Islander Photos) P George Jordan. He was elected
building and an office building, \ for the second time in 1960, and
for a total of $733,480. at $13,000, for a total ,of $58,250. Kiwanis Book Sale { during his present term of office,
Total value of permits issued in In December 1960, total. permits :;1WOODLAHD has supervised the city's paving
Anna Maria during 1961 was issued amounted to a total of Report For YearA and drainage program.
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$261,057, a decrease of $157,014 $11,800. report on the results of the J Candidates must file petitionsto
from the 1960 figure of $418,071.The Anna ,Maria permits during' the Kiwanis sponsored book sale at have their names placed on
Bradenton Beach 1961 month added up to $25,490, eight the Manatee County Beach pa- the ballot on or before noon, Sat
t total was less than half that of times the December 1960 total of vilionshowed the sale netted :a FERGUSON urday, February 3.

$ the previous year, $78,742, as $3,200. total of $1,034 during .196L 'New voters may register at the
compared with $169,656 in I960.t The trend in Bradenton Beach Among the projects receiving early in May, the duties of the city office on Pine Avenue be-
During December, Holmes during the month was in the opposite financial support from the Island mayor have been, carried out by tween 9 a.m. and noon any weekday
Beach issued permits for three direction, with permits issued Kiwanis Club during; the year Vice-Mayor D. Henry Clay, who except Thursday, with the
new homes valued at $43,500; a for nine additions and two were: Happiness House, $750, said et the monthly meeting of the registration book to close Thursday

I garage addition, $1,000; a greenhouse repairs, totaling $6,385, while the plus SI25 for special equipment; city commission Monday evening, February 8.
I $750 and seawall valued December 1960 total was $39,500. United Appeal, $50; two scholar-

I ships to Manatee Junior College,
S20: a special Christmas fund .
Y'ALL COME for an Island family, $20; scholar- ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER 1

ship for C.A.P. cadet to summer

I': Chicken Bar-be-cue camp. $25; Cub Scouts, $25. Temperatures Water Rainfall
In addition, the club added 8a.m. Noon6p.m. High

j AT THE BRADENTON BEACH FIRE STATION equipment for use at the beach Jan. 2--52 58 52 60 63 None
amounting to $900, and includinga Jan. 3--44 52 50 60 62 None
; Menu will feature half chicken, potato salad, cole slaw Q
jungle for the 4--44 58 60
; gym youngsters, Jan. 70 60 None
and hot rolls. Served from 11:00 A.M. 'til 5:00 P.M.
volley ball equipment, and a new. Jan. 5--60 12 66 77 59 None
on Sunday, January 14th, RAIN OR SHINE. Everyone automatic coffee dispenser for the Jan. 6--64 70 60 70 59 .3
welcome! Donation: $1 per person. refreshment stand. n an. 7--60 66 58 72 58 NoneNone
Jan. 8--62 66 60 73 57
BENEFIT OF THE BRADENTON BEACH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT Paper covered "pocket" books .
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The Islander jL :*- VANNA- ARIA, FLORIDA PETE REYNARD I


TELEPHONE 778-2021 Now Restaurant Association Director


Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL The story of Pete Reynard, well known owner-operator of the

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL @ Holmes Beach Yacht Club Restaurant, is a story in the best Hor- ?
atio Alger tradition, the story of a 16-year-old immigrant boy from I
1 Mall Address! Anna Maria, Florida ;
Greece who has become one ,of Manatee County's most successful .
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I Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In restaurateurs, and an officer of the Florida Restaurant Asso I
, advance..Canada, $5.00 per year. ciation, and one of the flaanriatinn'a directors. Jj'I
I Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for
suffered while he
1 Visiting an aunt in Athens i was touringthe
six consecutive Insertions If
paid by tenth of
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per following column month.inch. from his home on the Island of l U. S. 0. circuit during World ,,
I Ithaca, Pete signed as a seaman 'War II.While. ', ,::

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn aboard a Greek freighter cap- '- dancing professionally ......r i
tained by his uncle. Pete and various partners appeared "It.'''' '

THE ISLANDER Independent PUBLISHING weekly COMPANY published, Anna every Maria Thursday, Florida by Both Pete and his uncle hopedhe at theaters and nightclubs .. ".J' 1'm'

I eventually would become a throughout the country. ':' \. .. I
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. freighter captain, as had two of When he returned to the restau- & : .' J1;
I. Pete's cousins, but fate seemedto rant business, he worked in sev- X" ,
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have a different career in eral New York City restaurants Ij' t
Beaches For The PeopleOne mind for him. until becoming manager of a

On his first voyage on the shipit resort hotel in Haines Falls, N. A PROFESSIONAL DANCER,
of the serious domestic problems of this is problemthat
country a Pete and he
a partner remembers
visited Ireland the Azores Y. before moving to Clearwater.
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is becoming more widespread and more serious each day, each only as "Marcia."
week, each month and each year. and then New York City, dock- After successfully operating
ing at a sugar refinery on the his own establishment in Clear- That he is as popular with other -
It is this-with a rapidly expanding population almost through
New Jersey side of the Hudson water for several years, he mov- restaurant men as he is with
out the country, the need and demand for more public recreation
River opposite 125th Street. ed to the Island eight years ago his customers, was made evidentby
and the recreation
areas are expanding proportionately, areas now
available for public use, actually are shrinking as the number of A few glimpses from the deck to operate the Yacht Club Res- his recent election as a dir
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persons using them becomes greater. of the ship of the summertime taurant. In those eight years, he ector and regional vice president
gaiety at nearby Palisades Park and his attractive wife Eleanor of the Florida Restaurant Asso-
Those readers familiar with the northeastern coast of the country
I are familiar with the vast population growth in that region duringthe were enough to help him decide have made the eating place a ciation, the highest officer in a

past fifteen years, and the rapid expansion of residential, commercial this country was for him, so he year around business which of- six-county area.
and industrial facilities. Familiar too is the fact that the Northeast packed his few belongings and ten is hard pressed to seat all Pete says the restaurant busi-

from Portland, Maine, to a point south of Washington, D. C., left the ship without saying any its patrons. ness and show business are not
has become almost entirely a large metropolitan area-a metropolitanarea "goodbyes." Under Pete's management, it too different, except that when

more than 600 miles long, and one in which any present small Because his uncle did not report has been necessary to build two feeding people, one has to try
areas of open country which have been spared or merely overlooked, him to the authorities, Pete large additions to the restaurantto to please their appetites i as
can be counted to become crammed to overflowing in the next well as their and !
upon was soon able to make his status take care of increased busi- eyes ears, as
few in ""hn\oV.. hnf ln..f.... ..I..
years.A -- ---- ---
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in this country legal, and be- ness.
long term proposition? Not at all. Only'25 years ago, duringthe come a naturalized citizen. .
last half of the 1930's, it was possible to walk for miles in certain Working in restaurants, Pete .4. 7 fFr ----.rm.o _
parts of the above-mentioned area without seeing another person. climbed the ladder from kit-
Now, .to consider the same rapid population growth on the local chen waiter a
level. According to which expert one believes, Florida is either firstor helper to captain i
second in the country in the matter of population growthbutin and head waiter. l
any event, near the top. During his early years in Am-

The 1960 census showed that it had doubled in the preceding erica, dancing became his chief ,I
decade, and all predictions point to a redoubling in the present decade. hobby, and his many lessonsled I
Looking beyond 1970 in terms of population growth is more than a to a 15-year career as a
little frightening. professional ballroom dancer, a

Now-back to public recreation areas-a term which in Manatee career which was forcibly ended

County means beaches. A little basic mathematics shows that what by a severe attack of pleurisy BEHIND BAR In restaurant's Mermaid Room
lounge.
was adequate for a beach eleven years ago should have been doubled
I in area by 1960-and the area that was adequate in 1960 should]
be doubled again by 1970-and if you feel up to it, spend just a!
moment thinking about 1980, 1990, etc. WE NOW PAY

Then-looking at another aspect of the problem-consider the
increasing number of visitors to the state-the visitors upon whom
much of the health of the economy depends. Will the stream of visitors 4% ""
I continue unless adequate beaches and parks are provided for their
entertainment? Make up your own answer-there can be but one! ,
Many readers are transplanted Northerners. Think back about
what the word "Florida" meant to you before you moved here. Didn'tit ONCERTIFICATES 't.
create at least a vague mental picture of sun and blue water,
lovely beaches and palm trees, out of door living at its best? It did OF DEPOSIT
to us, and we feel sure it did to most of you!

ANNA MARIA TIDES ISSUED FOR A PERIODof

JANUARY HIGH LOW ONE YEAR
11 Thur. 2:36 a.m. 1.3 4:39 p.m. 1.0 9:25 a.m..0.6 9:58 p.m. 0.2
12 Fri. 3:48 a.m. 0.9 520 p.m. 1.2 10:07 a.m.0.3 11:26 p.m. 0.0
13 Sat. 5:22 0.6 6:02 1.3 10:49 0.0
a.m. p.m. a.m. ----------
14 Sun. 7:35 a.m. 0.5 6:47 p.m. 1.( 12:55 a.m.0.2 11:33 a.m. 0.2 EFFECTIVE April 1,1962 We Will Pay
15 Mon. 10:12 a.m. 0.5 7:32 p.m. 1.5 2:12 a.m.0.5 12:20 p.m. 0.4
16 Tue. 11:36 a.m. 0.6 8:17 p.m. 1.6 3:14 a.m.0.7 1:10 p.m. 0.5
17 Wed. 12:34 p.m. 0.7 9:02 p.m. 1.6 4:05 a.m.0.9 2:03 p.m. 0.6
18 Thur. 1117 p.m. 0.7 9:46 p.m. 1.7 (:G a.m.1.0 2:55 p.m. 0.6
19 Fri. It53 p.m. 0.7 10:27 p.m. 1.7 5:26 a.m.1.0 3:43 p.m. 0.6 4 '
20 Sat. 2:16 p.m. 0.6 11:07 p.m. 1.6 5:59 a.m.1.0 4:29 p.m. 0.5
21 Sun. 2,22p.m. 0.6 11:46 p.m. 1.6 6:30 a.m.0.9 5:14 p.m. 0.5
22 Mon. 2:22 p.m. 0.6 -.n--- -- 6:59 a.m..0.9 6:00 p.m. 0.4
23 Tue. 12:26 a.m. 1.5 2:33 p.m. 0.7 7:29 a.m.0.8 6:49 p.m. 0.3
24 W.d. 1:07 a.m. 1.( 2:56 p.m. 0.8 8:00 a.m.0.7 7:41 p.m. 0.2 On Savings Accounts After Funds
25 Thur. 1i53 a.m. 1.2 3:24 p.m. 0.9 8:32 a.m.0.5 8:39 p.m. 0.1
26 Fri. 2:43 a.m. 1.0 3:56 p.m. 1.0 9:06 a.m.0.3 9:43 p.m. 0.0
27 Sat. 3:42 a.m. 0.8 4:33 p.m. 1.1 9:40 a.m.0.1 10:53 p.m. 0.1
28 Sun. 4:58 a.m. 0.6 5:13 p.m. 1.2 10:16 a.m.0.1 --------- Have Been On Deposit For One Year
29 Mon. 6:37 a.m. 0.5 5:56 p.m. 1.3 12:07 a.m.-0.3 10:52 a.m. 0.3
30 Tue. 9:53 a.m. 0.5 6:45 p.m. 1.4 1:19 a.m.0.5 11:31 a.m. 0.4
31 Wed. ----- 7:35 p.m. 1.5 2:24 a.m.0.7 --------
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide readingsand A- *
add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. -

FIREMEN'S BALL-MISS Winner of the V/1 the fire ADDITIONAL LARGE SIZE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES HAVEIt

FLAME CONTEST district will be eligible to com-
pete in the second annual state- BEEN INSTALLED AND ARE NOW AVAilABLE.1
The three companies of volun-awje contest. ;

teer firemen in the Anna Maria ." ;
The Flame -
state Miss compet- i
Island Fire Control District, and ition will be held as part of the T.THE I ISLAND BANK v
their auxiliaries have decided
annual convention the Floridato
sponsor "Miss Flame" con Firemen's Association, to take s: Established April 25 1961 rOn !

test as the featured event at the place May 3-5 in Sarasota. Win- <*" '.. .*< *
first annual Firemen's Ball, to ner will receive a cash award of 1
Anna
Maria Island
be held at the Holmes Beach $100, with the first and second : I j jt"

Yacht Club Wednesday evening, runners-up to win cash prizes of : .. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA d ; 1
February 21. $50 and $25 respectively.Girls 't" ,*h" *_e_:.'c -:_'\7 E s?>.

Island and eligible Cortez to residents compete are onceived Several, with entries pictures have to been appear re- ::i:: "' Growing i With The I Islands I '" ; : 'j

ly, and must be junior high or in next week's issue of The Is- ,

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CHURCHES Let's GoFishing County Fishing Tournament sinceit Episcopal ChurchwomenAt Unitarian FellowshipDr.
started on December 15, according a recent meeting of the
HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH Henry F. James will read
to an announcement this Episcopal Churchwomen of the
(Denominational))
-" Bradenton Beach week by the Manatee County Pub Church of The Annunciation, the sermon which won the year's
- Rev. A. W. SIMMS lic Relations Bureau. Mrs. H. C. Benjamin, presidentof Clarence R. Skinner Award for
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9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Although the Cortez boats have 23 pound black grouper caughtoff committee, Mrs. A. F. S. social principles of Unitar-
10:30( Service.ST. .
a.m. Worship missed some days recently because the Best Bet out of Cortez, by Mackenzie, Mrs. F. Bouvard ian-Universalism before the Man-

BERNARD MISSION of uind and rough seas, the C. S. LeMaster of Akron, Ohio. Shell and Mrs. Harold Chapman.The atee Unitarian-Universalist Fel-
end of the week's trips were very No entries made in the class-
will
Priest: REV. fRANCIs: r. TCELSMILLLR were committee nominate of- 14.
lowship on Sunday, January
Schedule of Masc successful, with passengers aboard ifications of red snapper, man ficers for the year.
Entitled"Natives Are Restless"the
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. the- two Admirals bringing in 5 and Two
kingfish.A events
grove snapper coming were announced
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 un. to 10 fish apiece on Friday. sermon was written by the
total of1.20 in cash, plus at the meeting a "Quiet
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 tjna. and 6:00 Rev. David Hicks MacPhersonof
p.m. Admiral Too
Wednesday: for the three March 1 be conduct
Rosary and Benediction. trophies top anglers, Day on to
the
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m. Howard Jourdan of Newton 111., is at stake for the first month's ed by the Rev. Thomas Fitzgerald, UnitarianUniversalistChurch
32 pound grouper; Glen Grahamof tournament, which ends January of the Church of The Redeemer, of Silver Spring, Md. The
4 ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Bradenton, 241/& :! pound group. 31. Sarasota and a special meetingof service will begin at 10:30 a.m.
REV. LEE RATUFF Pastor er, and Mrs. Sara :Mich! of Newton Identical awards will be madein the Episcopal Churchwomenon at the Palma Sola Community !

THURSDAY: IlL. a 21 pound grouper. each of the next three monthsin March 8, at which officers will Club, 67th Street West. The Jun-
3:00 p.m. Junior G. A. Friday: Bror Dangren of the four-month event sponsored be elected. ior Fellowship meets at 10:15.

SUNDAY: Kearny, N. J., 21 pound grouper: jointly by the Public Relations The annual hobby show of the
9:45 a.m. Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service. Maurice DeClercq of Jet Trailer Bureau and the Chambers of Com- Churchwomen will be held on
6:30 p.m.a.m. Junior Training Union Park 19 pound grouper; R. C. merce of Bradenton, Palmetto, March 11, and anyone wishing to Fire Dep't BarbecueThe
Youth Choir. Denman of Conover, Ohio. 16 Anna Maria Island and Longboat exhibit his or her hobbs. is askedto members of the Bradenton
MONDAY 7:30 p.m. Worship Service. pound grouper, and Carl Dang call Mrs. J. F. Coleman at Bra. Beach Volunteer Fire Department

6:30 p.m.: R.A. ren of Kearny, N. J., 12 pound Key.Leaders in each salt water division denton 7467240. Everyone is in. will serve another of their excellent

TUESDAY: scamp. were listed as follows: vited to exhibit at the show. chicken barbecue dinners at
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Admiral, Wednesda: Joe Hue- SNOOK: Reese Morelock, Pal Plans were discussed for the I he Bradenton Beach Firehouse,
WEDNESDAY: penbecker of Marshall, Mich., ann metto, 17 lb. 8 oz. caught in the Annual Food Festival, to be held Sunday, January 14.
6:00 p.m. Pot Luck Supper. H! pound grouper. Manatee River on shrimp; second at the parish house of the church Serving will be from 11 a.m. to
7:30 Business and
Meetings.p.m. Prayer Thursday: Dale Kilgore of Detroit Sam F. Henry Sr., High. Friday, February 2. 5 p.m. and the menu will include

8:30 Chapel Choir. a 15 pound grouper. and C. lands, N. C., 13 lb. 8 oz. caught a half chicken, potato salad coleslaw
p.m.
Kidd of Lakeland, }.i pound CORTEZ FISH FRY FRIDAY
a ( off Green Bridge in the Manatee and rolls. Tickets are SI 'per
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH grouper. River on a plug; third, Sam F. Members of the Cortez Fire De-
(hoa- .. ) Friday: LaVern Christ nsen of Henry, 12 lb. 11 oz., caught off partment will serve their first jKirson.Proceeds from the department's
Resident WlCCINSTHURSDAY Minister: REV. RICHARD K. Slebida, Mich., 27 pound grouper: Green Bridge. fish fry of the winter season at barbecues are used to retire the

: Joe Huepenbecker, 22 pound REDFISH: First, A. C. Cope, the Cortez Fire House from 5 to mortgage on the home of the resident

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. grouper: and Fred Quackenhus'iof : Jackson, Ky., 10 lb. 6 oz. caughtin 7 p. m. Friday, January 12.All fireman in Bradenton Beach.ENTHUSIASTIC .
SUNDAY: Cortez Trailer Park. 20 pound the Gulf on shtimp, weighed at anyone can eat for only SI.

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. grouper. Shilling's Dock, Bradenton Beach;
TROUT: Fred Corbin Braden.
,
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. second, R. C. Whingate, Braden.
lies lie James ton. 5 lb. 12 oz., caught off Green
,
11:15 Saturday:
a.m. Worship Service. ton, 5 lb. 8 oz., caught at Clam
12:15 p.m. Fellowship Hour. Bailey Rapid City. S. Dak., 1U Bar Bay; third, Mrs. Edward A. Bridge on shiners; second, William t ,
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. pound grouper; Jim Speas Bender, Bradenton, 5 lb. 2 oz. L. Morgan, Bradenton, 5 lb. +
6:30 p.m. Adult Program By Carl Springfield, III., 14 pound grouper. caught in the Manatee River on K: oz., caught in the Manatee f -
Scott. Sunday: Bryce Rogers, Braden. shrimp. River on shrimp: third, Virgil
6:30 p.m. Intermediate and Senior Shaw Cardinton Ohio 4 lb. 15
ton, 25 pound Mrs. Betty ,
Youth Fellowships.WEDNESDAY grouper GROUPER: C. S. Lemaster,
: Miller of Sandusky, Ohio, 19 Akron, Ohio, 23 lb., caught in oz.. caught off Green Bridge on
Creek Chub.SHEEPSHEAD.
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. pound grouper. Gulf off Best Bet on cut bait, a
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Wednesday: Bob Robertsonof weighed at Turner's Seafood : Dennis Loughman -
7:30 p.m. Board of Religious Tradewinds Trailer Court 23 Dock, Cortez. No other entries. Waynesburg, Pa., 6 lb.
Education. pound grouper: Robert Lobaughof MACKEREL: Mike Kline, Bra caught in the Gulf on shrimp,
Trailer Estates, 20 pound weighed at Bayview Fishing Cen
denton, 1 Ib. 6 oz. caught off Anna
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL grouper, and Ray Witch of Lima, Maria City Pier on minnow, ter, Cortez; Second, Tom Hawkins -
LUTHERAN CHURCH Anna Maria, 5 lb. 4 ,
Ohio, 19 pound black oz.
Minister: Rr.v. FRAK LnRL\ grouper. weighed at same place. No other 1J
-
Thursday: Jim Speas, 17 pound entries., caught off Anna Maria City Pieron
SUNDAY: grouper J Nate Wytosky, Chicago, shiner, weighed at same place; PIER "FISHER- I
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. 11 pound grouper: and Robbie FLOUNDER: A. C. Cope, third, E. J. Bierly, Lewisburg, MAN" Mr*. Ralph Trembley of Anna -

9:45 6:30 a.m.p.m. Church Catechetical School.Class, Robertson, 10 pound grouper. Jackson, Ky., 4 lb. 4 oz., caughtin Ohio, 4. lb. 2 oz. Maria. (Islander Photo)

508 74th St. Friday: K. Mawdsley, Flint, Sarasota Bay on shrimp, weigh. \
TUESDAY: Mich., and A. Cozzens of Flori- ed at Shilling's Dock, Bradenton HAVE YOU TRIED
I 7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. dana Trailer Park, tied, each Beach; second, Paul Bryan, IIIIil! I
8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 catching a 13 pound group;r.e Roann, Ind., 3 lb. 4 oz., caught in -
t 74th Street. a Palma Sola Bay; Third, Paul N. Deep Sea Fishing

Fish in nine categories have Tierney, Bradenton, 3 lb., caughtin

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9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and
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"a/le 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday January 11, 1962
-
Bradenton Beach Annual Meeting oLGloria Firemen's Ball ported he was working on are-
Anna Maria .
(ContiotMd from fog I) (Continued from Page 2)) ision of a proposed new zoning
Continued from Peg i)
Carl: Olsen was reappointed Dei Lutheran ChurchThe Judging in both contests will Inspector, also a Bay Boulevard ordinance following recommendations

building inspector: Jack Koop- annual meeting of the be in evening gown only, and the resident, said he was in favor of of the Planning and Zoning

lar. plumbing inspector, and Leo Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran winners will be picked on the having the street repaved and Commission.

English! ; electrical inspector. Mrs. Church was held at the Island basis of beauty, poise, person- widened, citing its poor condition Bills amounting to S732 were

Carother was reappointed city School Thursday', with Mrs. Mel- ality and intellect. The winner during periods of heavy rain. approved for payment.

clerk for a two year term and vin Miller, Mrs. Ed Johnson and last year in the first state con- Acting Mayor D. Henry Clay

The Islander was designated i as Mrs. Vernon Lamp in charge of test was Miss Mary Jane Hughesof said a public hearing on the mat. Cigarette Tax ReturnsThe

the o ciao newspaper to carry arrangements for the carry-in- Sebring, an honor student at ter would be held at the next Island cities will receive

thtcit.s legal advertising.Blue supper. the Sebring High School. She is a commission meeting, scheduled the following amounts from the
Wave Service Station was Four new members of the National Honor member. for February 5, and at that time state, as their shares of the cigarettax
awarded the contract to supply church council were elected, Miss. Society everyone would! have an oppor on November sales: Anna Maria
,
Although plans for the local con-
gasoline and motor oil for the Lorraine Lee, Gordon W. Johnston tunity to protest or appi city trucks for the )ear. George Schenck and Mrs. test are not complete the com- Earl Cromer of the city ,plan $808.94; Holmes Beach, $604.17,

Acting in accordance with a Miller. They were installed officially mittee arranging the, ball and.,the ning and zoning ,commission reported .and. ;Longboat Key, $512.11.

recommendation of the planningand at the Sunday morning wor- contest, have announced that: an proposed _signs at,the '
)
zoning board, council votedto ship service. evening gown, plus all the accessories -; city's, bay{ ont.:'park, ,and. .recqm* LEGAL NOTICES
change the zoning from resi Johnston treasurer of the will be for ,-
purchased mended erection of. three si ns. at ELECTION NOTICE
dential to commercial on the prop. church, reported a total of $36- the winner. In addition, a numberof a cost of:approximately .$50.. Each' Thc'City of Anna Maria, Florida, will
of John Wall at 1700 Gulf 124 received from the member hold an lection on Tuesday, February
city
merchandise prizes will be sign would :bear instructions 13, 1962. to elect a Mayor, and two (2)
Drive. Wall's request for the ship during 1961. given the winner and runnersupby about use of the ,park. The commission Commissioner, to fill vacancies left
change stated that he wished to Pastor Frank Lyerly made his by D. Henry Clay and James O. Ferguson -
and voted to follow the
Island stores, a plaque plan whose terms of offic.pir. on that
operate a real estate office there. annual report, and said 50 new ning commission's recommendation. date.
will be awarded the local Miss -
Council voted to continue to members hed joined the church /S/dadys Dumaine,
Flame. Second and third place City Clerk
pay the $50 per month rent for during the year.Wisconsin winners will be of At the request of Mrs. E. A. Anna Maria, Fla.
the Bradenton Beach Library for recipients Haynes, the name of Sycamore .
the year, but decided against mak Day At Beach trophies.All Lane will be changed to Lakeview NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME!
of the local
ing a requested ccntribution to Wisconsin Day, which provedto expenses con- Lane, to conform with the The undersigned does hereby certify
the DeSoto Celebration of $233. testant in the Sarasota compe- that he is real esta'te
be a popular affair each weekat changed name of Sycamore Street, conducting a
The annual certified audit of tition, and those of her chaperone, which business in the Island Shopping C.n-
the Manatee County Beach pavilion recently was changed to ter. Holmes Beach, Florida, under the
\, the city books by S. M. Spark- last winter, will be reactivated will be borne by the firemen. Lakeview Drive.A fictitious name of ISLAND REALTY,
I man was approved, and the Girls who live on the Island, and that said firm is composed of the
and held at the beach each narrow alley, running parallel following person, whose name and
monthly reserve for the replace. Wednesday, starting January 17 or in Cortez west of the Palma to Pine Avenue about 100 feet place of residence are as follows
ment of fogging or sanitation Sola Road who wish the north of that George E. Wagner* 428 Magnolia Avenue \
at 11 a.m. to enter street, was closed Anna Maria City Florida.
equipment reduced from $100 to All Wisconsinites are invited to contest, may do so by registering by a vote of the commission Ownership of ISLAND REALTY is as
$50. attend and the committee which the ,through Block 45 which lies be- follows George E. Wagner.It .
as soon as possible at is my Intention to apply to the
Council agreed to ratify the includes Islanders Mr. and Mrs. office of The Islander at 314 tween Los Cedros Drive and Crescent Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
settlement of $1,250 made in the Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe
Roger Emmons from Stevens Pine Avenue, Anna Maria City. Drive. The closing was requested -
said of
name ISLAND REALTY under -
suit against the city by Leon Staf Point, Mr. and Mrs. Frank David. Members of the by W. R. Kermode and the provisions of Chapter 20953,
ford.Bids son from Spooner, and Mr. and arrangements by Gertrude Blassingame as agent Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941.
committee are Fire Marshal Leon GEORGE E. WAGNER
for construction of two Mrs. Frank Calugi from Wes t- for Mrs. H. B. Miller.Commissioner 428 Magnolia Avenue
shufflebaard courts on city owned field, suggest that each person at. Stafford, Pat Flanagan, Vic Harvey Meyer re Anna Maria City Florida

property will be requested.Bills tending bring his or her own Reinel, George Schenck, Walter

amounting to $545 were picnic lunch, or purchase it at Chick, Bill Murray and Jack I

approved, and bills amounting to the beach pavilion refreshment Schadow.The; I Our luxury accommodations ._.,
$113, which had already been stand. include f;: : A'f ,

paid, also were approved.A Complete picnic facilities, both EFFICIENCIES:1'JI1'W:
resolution was passed validating indoor and Qutdoor, are availableat aim of education is not to Impart a
the administration of the as many isolated facts as pos- -4ttBIACH :
the beach, and the committee BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS ;J r' .APASU'MINTS'SURF
oath of office of Reinel sible. Nor is it merely to fit the pupil -
Maggarand
.says, "plus the use of the finest for
Elia, and made part of the bathing beach area in Florida." purpose a of gainful education occupation.should be The to and POOL BATHING

minutes of the meeting.Mrs. Further information may be ob- qualify the young for leading the
Carothers read a proposed tained by calling 7781619. best, the fullest and most useful For Reservations or Information Call 778-1511
sign ordinance, but no action was life possible. M. .. KUIPEII
Or Write Box 366
How Is Your Subscription? :
taken on it. Council voted to con'
tact the State Road Departmentabout Anna Maria, Florida
removal of signs on Gulf DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

Drive opposite the entrance to the The FOR
Park
Glllfl
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The called attention to Wyman-Green ,
mayor 53'
Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to
the erection of basketball back
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and said he hoped the proposed

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Thursday, January 11. 1962 THE ISLANDER Page S

January, 1947, attaining the rank
I
Anna Maria Garden Club
1 Law Office Opened of lieutenant colonel in the Military

ny i *! I Chester V. Crawford, an attorney Intelligence Service, and still The Anna Maria Garden Club I
who has lived on the Island holds that rank as a reserve offi will meet at Community Hallat I

\ since early 1961, has opened an 2 p.m., Wednesday, January i
office in the Stanley Annex Build cer.His foreign service was as a 17. Mrs. Arthur Jacks, president

,\) c ing, Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, member of the staff of General of the Palmetto Garden Club andan
for the general practice of law. Dwight Eisenhower. and he helped accredited National Flower

Crawford, a native of Ohio, received direct underground activitiesin Show Judge,.will speak on "What
1 his early education in the several European countries occupied Judges Look for at a Flower
y' F VI by the enemy. He receivedthe Show." Several members will :
Order of Leopold II from the take arrangements to the meeting i

Belgian Government: for helpingto for Mrs. Jacks to criticise and
1 get King Leopold out of Aus- point out errors. The annual
flower show of the club will be
\ tria.After release from military held March 17.

duty, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
established their home in Texas, KIWANIS REPORT
I a where he took a refresher course (Continued from Page 1)

at Baylor University Law School, are sold for ten cents each, and
and was admitted to the Texas hard covered books at prices up
I SAILING in the between Drive and Bar in 1947. Since that time, he
bayou Kej f Royal. the airstrip on ankl. to one dollar, depending on con-
j day when the very air seemed to sp< .. (Islander Photo) practiced law in Killeen, specializing dition and subject matter. '
I in real property, corpora Persons who wish to contribute
I POWER SQUADRON MEETING be held on the church grounds, tion and probate law. He served paperback books may take themto \

Sunday, February 25. Guild mem- 4s city attorney of Killeen and the beach pavilion at any time,
District Commander and Mrs. bers are now engaged in prepar- also of the i
as judge CorporationCourt or they will be picked up by one
f H. C. Benjamin and Commander
ing items for the various boothsat of Killeen. of the Kiwanis members if the '
I and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Bra-
the bazaar.
Crawford admitted the
was to contributor calls Allen Thomas at
t denton will attend the 48th annual New members who were wel-
t Florida Bar in September. He is 77iMy01.:;
meeting of the U. S. Power comed into the organization were a member of Kiwanis International
i Squadron to be held at the Ho- Mrs. Daisy Carson, Mrs. Cathe- and American Legion, anda
t: tel Fontainebleau at Miami rine Crouse and1iss Della CHESTER V. CRAWFORD member of the I
'! Beach, January 11 through 13. Coughlan. The Rev. Francis Wels- Church. Episcopal PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES

miller, pastor of St. Bernard public schools of Cuyahoga Falls, TELEVISION
St. Bernard Guild Meets Mission, was the speaker of the and graduated from the Univer AIR-CONDITIONERS

Plans for a card party and evening, using as his subject, sity of Akron and Cleveland Law Your best news coverage of Island Expert and Prompt Service !
fashion show to be held at the "Aiming for High Heaven." School. He was admitted to the affairs The Islander. 725 14th St., Bradenton, 744-0351 !
the social hour Ohio Bar in 1929, and practicedin
Longboat Key Fire House on Jan- During refreshments -
Akron until December, 1910 i
23 were made at a meetingof were served by mem-
uary
bers of St. Thomas when he entered the U. S. Army.He .
St. Bernard Guild this week. Aquinas FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
Circle. was on active duty until
Mrs. George deLangis will serve
) 'as chairman of the event, and a TWO LOCATIONS -
l, BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRICHouses.
donation of dollar will be
one ac- ,
suitable for Island climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 i 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
from each attend-
cepted person and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs
Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
ing. Tickets may be obtained from : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Temiami Trail, Sarasota
of the guild, and the ghren.NORMAN WiringFixtures
1 public is invited to attend, with ROSEDALE, Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
r Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059,
play to begin at 1 p.m.
Ii Mi H HHBM HHHM IHK HMHHMI
The annual Bazaar and Barbe-
l cue of the Guild and the Men's
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINF Sunland Turf & Garden I
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The Bradenton no answer, call 778-1406
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 11. 1962

"SHOW OFF" TO OPEN Jan. 17
Island Bowling LeagueTropical
The Island Players' first production

. r 4 of the winter seasonthe
wy .
"Show Off," will be presentedit

: the Anna Maria Community

]flail, Wednesday through Saturday -

January 17-20. J
Seat reservations for ticket s

f ]lolders must be made at the Box R
3vr
(Office at the Manatee County
.A
I Beach pavilion between 2 and 5
Vista maintained its II
Saturday, Monday or Tuesday -
I p.m.
Island lead Fri-
Bowling
League ;.
4 January 13; 15 or 16.
day evening by taking three Tryouts for parts in the second
4J
in its match with Schu-
points
J play, "Tunnel of Love," will beheld
chard in
Plumbing. High scorers
]! the Hall 8p.m.
... at Community at
the match were Jack Colson, 213- ,- .:
Thursday, January 11,with GEORGE E. WAGNER who
I eon
565; Frank Moc, 187, Steve Alex, II
490. I all interested persons invited, will open his own Real Estate of-
I regardless of experience. fice In the Island Shopping Center.
Other and individualscores
team high Wagner, whose "Island. Realty"will
were as follows: VanOs- LOVELY WATERFRONT SCENE in Cortez photographed on a beautiful VFW Auxiliary Meeting occupy the space which formerly -

tenbridge Builders 4, Island summer day. Islander Photo) New members initiated the housed the Holmes Beach postal -
at
Bank 0. (Glenn Carlson, 223, substation has been a residentof
recent meeting of the Auxiliary of
Ray Haverkos, 555; Leon Staf- Lutheran Church Women Anna Maria Island Post 8199, the Island for ten years. He has
ford, 181, Steve Alex, 490)). TOP TEN SERIES The United Lutheran Church Veterans of worked as a broker-salesman for
The Islander 3, Stanley Insur- Andy Rasmussen...............572 Women of Gloria Dei Evangelical Mrs. Lee Sneller Foreign Mrs.Wars, were Don Irwin Realty for five years,
1. (Kayo Keding, 196-512 Jack Colson......................565 Eugene since selling the business that now
ance ; Lutheran Church will meet Thursday Tulford, Mrs. Marvin Guthrie
Earl Drew 187-455)). Ray Haverkos...................555 is the Bayou Marina. He Is a mem-
January 11. The Morning Leona Gleick, Edith Pe ser, Grace
Island Marine 3 Lefty Miller...................... 550 Circle will meet 10 the and > ber of the Anna Marla Board of Zon-
Supply Bayou at a.m. at Brierley Ruth Culbreath.
Marina 1. (Andy Rasmussen,202- Tom Edwards.................... 530 home of Mrs. Paul Endriss of The group's next visit to Bay the ing Anna Adjustment Maria,Island and secretary Fire Control of

572; Lefty Miller, 212-550)). George Thibodeau............. 528 6807 Holmes Boulevard; the Afternoon Pines Hospital will be in mid- District Commission.

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 3, Bob Guild.........................525 Circle at 1 p.m. at the February. (Islander Photo)

Pete Reynard's Restaurant 1. Jim Wuichet....................523 home of Mrs. Max Kunkel, 2301

(Frank Davidson, 201, Charlie Roger Haynes....................522 Avenue A, and the Evening Circle HOLMES BEACH MEETING
Pike 446 191- George Dykstra..................520 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
; George Dykstra, John Maner, 510 74th Street. Because Mayor Pete Niles and SHOP THEISLAND
520)). TOP TEN AVERAGES Aldermen John E.Holmes Jr. andF.

Dick Wagner Realty 3, Anna Bob Guild........................179 Mostly About People Bouvard Shell were unable to .

Maria Electric 1. (George Thibo- Andy Rasmussen..177 Mrs. Walter J. Frink has returned attend Tuesday evening's meet- FIRST!

deau, 207-528; Walt Sparks, 183- Roger Haynes....................171 to her home on North Shore Drive, ing of the Board of Aldermen,

474)). Jack Colson......................171 Anna Maria, after spending several City Attorney Clyde Goebel ad- FRIENDLY SERVICE

LEAGUE STANDINGS George Thibodeau............. 170 Mays with Frink friends will have in St. Petersburg.her vised that the board had "no FAIR PRICES

Tropical Vista..................50.5 Kayo Keding....................170 for three weeks, her sister as Mrs.guest A. quorum," and no official actionwas FINE QUALITY

Lay-Z-Liv-N Aparts...........47 George Dykstra..................168 C. Kelly of Chattanooga, Tenn. taken on the public hearing
VanOstenbridge Bldrs....... 45 Clyde Harm an...................168 which was to have been held at Anna Maria Island
Island Marine Supply..43 Aaron VanOstenbridge..167 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Combo of Bay the meeting. Chamber of Commerce

Schuchard Plumbing..42Anna Lefty Miller...................... 1 67 Boulevard, Anna Maria, entertainedat
their annual New Year's Eve par-
Maria Electric..41Dick .FOUR LOW GAMES ty at their home. Guests were Mr.

Wagner Realty........... 38 Russ Guild....................... 93 and Mrs. Joe Mizen, Mr. and Mrs. INSURINGAUTOS I
The Islander.................... 36 Mel AI-ins. .......................100 Ira Riffle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T ay-

Stanley Insurance..............33 Mickey Banyas................106 lor and, Mrs.Mr. and Raymond Mrs. Ted Mick: Lavold of Jackson, Mr. HOMES t

Island Bank..................... 28 Mace Hinkle......................110 Heights, L.I., N. Y., and Mrs. Clara -
Pete Reynard's Rest..27.5 12- Saksvig and her son Norman of Cle- BUSINESSES BOATSCALL

Bayou Marina................... 25 SCHEDULE-January arwater. The evening was spent I
Schuchard-Lay-Z-Liv-N singing and playing cards.
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TODAY!
TOP TEN GAMES Tropical Vista-Island Bank o.

, Glenn Carlson.................223 Dick Wagner-Bayou Marina Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swarts of Sun

Jack Colson......................213 Island Marine 1 Ins. set Apartments, and their family, JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
. -Stanley
Lefty Miller...................... 212 A. M.'Electric The Islander returned home this week from a vacation -
in Farmersville and 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
George Thibodeau............. 207 Pete Reynard's-VanOstenbridge Brooksville spent, Ohio. I

Ray Haverkos....................203
Rasmu..en..202
Andy FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
Frank Davidson................201 WE RENTHIGH PLAY PENS DIAPERS

' Ray Haverkos....................200 SUNBATHING COTS SALAD BAR
Andy Ra.mussen..197 CHAIRS STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS

John VanOstenbridge..196 Linen Rental Service Sizzling Steaks
.Kayo Ke ing..................... 196 Bradenton Beach 7781472SSmteSatti

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Anna Maria Island, Florida APARTMENTS



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HARRY M. RIFE
FOR SAtE LICENSED

REALTOR
PAINTING CONTRACTOR

I t BONDED AND INSURED F Itmi 778I500PWEAftE

1bs Phone 778-1341
406 ANN*MAMA

FINE QUALITY HOMESGULF

ON OR NEAR WATER: CANALS .

c.: Designed and Built by

NEW HOME on Willow Avenue of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Bleim of Tol WM. B. LEE COMPANY
edo, Ohio. The new owners purchased the property from Mr. and Mrs. 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. O. Box 328, Anna Maria
778-2663 Hugh C.McPherson. The transaction was handled {jointly by Ruth Mahar,
Realtor, and John B. Prothero, Registered Broker. (Islander Photo) FOR THE FINEST WATERFRONT LOTSSEE


A Bay Front Lot For Sale

Look For These Signs 75th Street Peninsula Best Residential Area Key Royale, Inc.

Beautiful Wide View of Water. Fronting 100 feet on Bay, 160 feet deep. 502 Key Royale Drive
THE BEST BUYS FOR THE
Seawalled. Zoned one family. Only $8,000 Cash. See our sign on premises. I Large, beautiful homesites on wide, deep canals or bay.
NEW YEAR! Other lots within three blocks of the Gulf.

SEE THESE BEFORE YOU Home planning and building service available.
Finished homes for sale.
---I N V E S TUI!!! RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf P. O. Box 328, Anna Maria Phone 778-1917
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
TWO BEDROOM CANALFRONT
MODERN HOMEFURNISHEDWITH New Home In Holmes Beach

A FLOOR-TO-CEILING
$500 DOWN FHA FINANCEDTWO
PICTURE WINDOW VIEW OF REAL FLORIDA LIVING!
SARASOTA BAY-SCREENED BEDROOM, TWO BATH, FLORIDA ROOM. All electric kitchen
I Porch and Carport;Seawalled Lot. I II I THIS TWO BEDROOM HOME HAS EVERYTHING TERRAZZO with built-ins large matching refrigerator. Intercom and radio to
Deep Channel. ONLY $13,950- each room. Central heat, and Terrazzo floors
carport utility room.
FLOORS, TILE ROOF, FLORIDA ROOM, FIREPLACE, CLOSED
can't beat this
You price anywhere throughout.
on the Islandl! [GARAGE, SHUFFLEBOARD COURT, SCREENED PATIO
WILL SELL THIS WEEK FOR $13,000 CASH
AND SWIMMING POOL. LARGE LOT WITH UNDERGROUND

SPRINKLING SYSTEMAND YOUR OWN BOAT DOCK. ALL FOR JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
THREE COTTAGES the Gulf,
on ONLY $25,9001! TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. Estate Sales & Rentals
FURNISHED.Seawalled property.
Good Income. PRICE REDUCEDTO 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
DON IRWIN REALTY
ONLY $18,500.
2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
JI. Exclusive Listings
GULF FRONT 2.Bedroom Home,
Y Furnished and ,Air Conditioned. YOURS FOR SONG ft *
LARGE (20 x 20)) Living Room--
r All Electric Kitchen-Tiled Bath,
Closed Garage. Prlce-$21,500 COZY TWO BEDROOM HOME ON QUIET STREET_ CLOSE TO Bargain. Older HomeIN
This beautiful beach home Ideal THE BAYOU. HAS AN EFFICIENT KITCHEN, SEPARATE
For Retired ANNA MARIA
People DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM, SCREENED PORCH AND CAR-
PORT WITH LOTS OF STORAGE. BOAT SLIP AND BEACH FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATHS LARGE,

HOLMES BEACH--75ih RIGHTS INCLUDED. ONLY $11,500. LANDSCAPED LOT ZONED COMMERCIAL.
$.11,900, with Tremendous Financing!
Street. Canal Lots--$3,4QO
Each--We Have Four To Sell. JACK HOLMES, Realtor

Phone 778-2876 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Phone 778117185th 2 Bedroom C B HomeNEAR

LOTS: 100x100, Close to Island STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACHL
School-S2,750. 72nd Street Canal S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman THE GULF
Lots--Only $3,400 Each.RENTALS .
EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING[ TV
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT--

Jf WATCH THE BONUS HOUSES BEING BUILT-- SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY

NEW ONE BEDROOM Efficiency: WATCH THE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP-- $13,500 With Excellent Terms!

partments. Each can sleep four.
$750 for Season, Including all No.1--Key Royole--67th St.--Now being plastered.

Utilities. No.2Key Royale--67th St.--Roof and partitions in place. 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN

GULF FRONT2-Bedroom Home, No.4Marina Drive & 71st St.--Floors placed and walls

$575 For The Season. going up.
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GULF FRONT3-Bedroom Home, No.S-Marina Drive & 71st St.--Footings being placed. ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

$850 for The Season. FOLLOW THEIR PROGRESS-SEE HOW THES HOUSES ARE BUILT
AND THE REASONABLE PRICES WE ASK FOR THEM FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV

CALL ME FOR INFORMATION
EFFICIENCY COTTAGEFor -

Season--$450.. Peder Mickelsen 778-2845 WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

AVAILABLEAlso
609 Key Royale Drive

the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
WE NEED A TRAILER
WATERFRONT HOME
Owner of Two Bedroom US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
A REALLY LOVELY two bedroom, two bath hom-rlghtonth COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Home wants to trade-, water. BOAT DOCK.Shaded,well landscaped lot. EXCELLENT
as he is going to leave RESIDENTIAL SECTION. COMPLETELY AND NICELY FUR-
the State. Excellent oppor- NISHED, even to pots, pans, dishes, silverware, eta BRING
YOUR FOOD AND START HOUSEKEEPING IMMEDIATELYI!
tunity to trade for a.very You certainly should see this If you are looking for a home.

Nice Island Home! Good terms to right party. Walter S. Hardin I

WATERFRONT LOT
Realty Company
ANOTHER VERY GOOD BUY IN A LARGE, HIGH AND DRY,
LAND FORDEVELOPMENT WATERFRONT LOT. Restricted area, safe and sound Investment Realtors
OR either for a homes ire, OR FOR RESALE. See this Extra
SPECULATION185 Large, WATERFRONT LOT AT ONCE-ONLY $3,950 CASHI
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feet on Gulf Drive, We have a fine selection homes and homesites. We will glad-
; More than 800 feet Deep. ly help you find what you desire.PARRISH ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Owner Wants An Offer-
Low Down Payment REALTYPost 778.1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
Office.Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902
Accepted. Residence 778-2121 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307r



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UNCLASSIFIED MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER I

(Advene Payment Required)
1.00 inch; SOc minimumFIRE 'Tis pleasant, sure, to tee one'* name in prinl.-LoIJ) BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

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EXTINGUISHER Sales & Scr.. LAV.Z-LIV.N APARTMENTS: B. Chiles Cottage "Wae "Crest"
k*. ....toa Beach Fire DepL I and Mrs. Roscoe Conrad of North Shore Drive. ike !/slaK
Fnak Beard. 778-1431. Pkatmacu
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
of Bo*ling Green, Ky. Mr. Mrs. Gertrude Schambers' of Bay
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. Mrs. Henry C. Heintzelman of visited her son Billy, and Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
TENANCE: Mowfef edfiaf trim- Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Zeeff family in Wayne, Mich. for the future reference. Emergency deliveries. Wt are the only
wing Floor cleaned tad polished daughter; Pam of Grand Rapids, )' registered pharmacists on the Island.
Window washed and oiled .
Mr. and Mrs. John Center
Prompt and ffidcat eanric Warsaw Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Hal C. Hutchin of Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Reaeoaable rata referencca for GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Beach announce the birth
ttiahed. Ken Fellow Phone 7782894 les Andre of New York City a son, Hal Jr., Memorial Boss Self-Seme Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
after 4:30. and Mrs. H. P. Adams of Aldan Pa. on December. 30. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and looks General Sundries
Mr. and Mrs. Louis laflam of *
FOR SALE: Pair Twin Beds. New Ferrisbnrg. Vt. Mr. and Mrs. J. Holiday guests of Ir. and Mr. Joe" !
Silver Service for 8. Grinder with Ferguson of Roscommon Mich. of Palm Drive were Mr. Daher's
motor, 2 six inch wheels and bench, BAY VIEW VILLA Mrs. George J. Daher. and his COMPLETE REXALL LINE
and many other household items. MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John -in-law and sister Ir. and Mrs.
Phone 778.1944.ISLANDER Jones of Vinccnncs, Ind. Mr. J. Cote all. of Roanoke. Va. Open Sundays 8:30 .."'. to 1 M p.m.
Mrs. R. Langsdale of Backus. *
PHOTOS: As an added S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Max Kunkel Jr. of Chicago and I, Phone 771-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
Berricc to our readers S by 7 inch and Mrs. Ray Robbins and son Bobby, were holiday guests of
enlargements of any picture appear Dawn of Troy. Pa. and Mrs. Max Kunkel Sr. of
ing in The Islander are available NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and nue A.
at $1.25 each. Write: The Islander V. E. Winans of Rocky River, *
Anna Maria, or Phone 0-7031. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hagen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calugi of ARRIVING DAILY

family of Ligonier, Ind. Mr. Lakes Wcstfield. Wi. ha\e
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded Mrs. M. C. Draper of Warrensburg to the Island for the" winter
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and are occupying a home at 159 51st Dressesby ,
shopping center and walkwayto Edwin Rub and daughter .
Coif. Each lot 57k ft. front by of Flint Mich. Mr. and Mr*. .
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor Mackay of Quebec Mr. and :\ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waite of 77lh y
homes. Will sell separately. C. A. Petherick of Buelah. Mirh. have returned to the Island for
Phone owner at 7781619. Pep and Kay Miller of Lake .. winter after spending the summer
111. fall in Wayne Me. anti Clinton ALIX TABAK MELWINE
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BedroomCB MEKKIMAC OX THE GULF: .

home with extra lot. Comple- and .Mr*. Warrrn Phillip of ALFRED SHAHEEN SIR JAMES
tely furnished, newly redecorated A guest at the home of Ir. and
throughout, ready to occupy. Has PAI.M COURT: Mr. and \ Irl!. John Q. Adams of Highland f
Ralph I 1. Darling of 1-afayHlr, 1ml.
gas wall furnace. Between Gulf EAST 0' THE .SUN' : Mrs. i i is Mrs. Adams'm'3ther., Mrs FLAIR OF MIAMI PAT PERKINS

and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be 'rummt', .Mr Cora Klein Mr. l f'rt. Adams A of Painesville Ohio. Jerry
IS3/C. who i is
stationed
seen to be appreciated. 105 12th Mrs. William Vollrath and Mr. l .. at
Naval Air
Facility Fla.
at Milton
Street North, Bradenton Beach. \lrIC. Lee Hoi ford, all of Cincinnati.PLAYA the weekend at home.flew MISSES AND HALF SIZES
ENCANTADA: Mr. and .
FOR SALE: Used 70,000 BTU Oil V. Gregg and of Macon Ga. .
party
and Mrs. A. H. Cameron 'of
Space Heater by Florence.
Only Mr. and Mrv. Clarence Battenfield
145. DOBBE'S L. I.. N. Y. have mined to dk&k
HARDWARE. Winamar. Ind. fur four months. 1111"A.
Maria where they have taken .
WANTED: Bus boy.-Most be 18 or TAPPANES COTTAGE: Mr. l '=.e-ion of their new home on
more, and willing to work hard for Mrs. Donald Ramsay of Nashua N. Avenue. .s:
for four months.
*
good pay. See Pete Reynard at DONA
Holmes Beach Yacht Club. DEI: Monsignor Guests at a New Year's Eve party

FOR RENT: Small first-floor apartment a Bryant month.of Grand Rapids Mich the home of flew and Mrs. Arthur Layaway ..- ,,t ,.:. Phone
of Tenth
Munday Street North,
and comfortable and SCHELTER COTTAGE
warm : Dr. Plan '
fir and Mrs. Willard Bolitho .. 778-1161
4fcs R* .rncn
very close to Beach and Shopping Mrs. Milton Berg of Bismarck, N. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perfect ofradenton women
Center. By week,month or season THOMAS COTTAGE: Mr. and ; Mr. and Mrs. David Gran ,
Phone 7782413. Alfred Stembridge of Portland Me. [ Sarasota; Miss Helen Isaacson of
BIMINI BAY
RAY
FOR SALE: Canal Lot on Chilson Jr. and Mrs. Clinton Hernandez. a house guest: of the iron STOP IN-and Visit our DRIFTWOOD TREE-Dlsplaying
Avenue. Call 7782177. !!; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burg-
TAHAITI APARTMENTS: Mr. I Mrs. Charles Kitzberger. Mr. Washable) Linen Hats and Bags from FLORIDA..Florida
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 1-ton Van Mr. Clarence R. Carlton of Mr Vernon Lamp Mr. and Mrs
Body Track. Rubber like new. Low New fane. \ t. Olsen Dr. and Mrs. Otto Pavlin. Souvenirs..Children's Clothing by Florida Deslgne
mileage.Would make good camper. JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snydle. Mrs.
ONLY 1895. Call 778.1217. Mrs. Jack Phillips of Hamilton 'rllley Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
HOARD COTTAGE: Mr. and tuth Tout and
Edward
Burghardt.
BIMINI BAY LOT ONLY $3,000. Howard Gilbert of Detroit and .
WALTER S. HARDIN REALTY daughters. Morton REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
Joseph of Caldwell, N. J.
COMPANY INC. REALTORS, Call HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: j vacationing at La Casita Blane for
7781010. and Mrs. Stewart Phillips: of -! .. season. I
vine. Ohio Mr. RENTAL LIBRARY
FOR RENT Two bedroom and: Mr*. Roy .
apartmentnear
canal. Docking privIleges Gary Simpson Blackman of Niagara of New Palls Albany N. Y. I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Terrill of The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
Avenue
the
Other rentals both yearly and seasonal Mr. and Mrs. Mike !Merrill pent recent holi Shirley and John DuytscAarer
in northeastern
visiting Florida.
available in various price I'tica. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. G. ; # j

ranges. Walter S. Hardin Realty Wotrins of Morri-o::. 111. JOM Mrs, Pansy Elmore of Livonia
Company, Inc.; Realtors. Phone C. Hi>hop of Rim>ide. N. J. => | N.
.
M. armed last week to spend l the IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
7'781010.FOR Mieppartl of Tipton, Ind. in the Stevens Cottage in Bra I
SALE 1961 Chevrolet Coral SEA LAWN APART Brach SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then thisis
:
.Mr Lillian
Lantz .Mrs. Anna .
Deluxe. White the !
Monza with blue Intenor. place
son and Cindy of Eagle River Wis.LUE
Automatic transmission, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Portema of I.
WATER BEACH .", ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
Ohio
radio A heater. Like new. Call MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin are spending; the win
7781414. hart of ..Aurora 111. .Mr. and \ at the Snyder Apartment. Bra
Reach. !Mr.
and Mrs] Ray
FOR RENT: Three room apartment Edward Masters of Rochester, III. and of ,
family Jackson
Mini
completely furnished, including Mr. and lira I.. S. Thornton of have SHELL CRAFT CLASSES START JANUARY 16th-
!spent a vacation there, left
mingham Mirh. Mr. and Mrs.
TV, panelray heat. Short block to Flanagan of Ame"bury. Mass. !'t week to return to Michigan.( REGISTER NOW BEFORE CLASSES ARE FILLED!
private beach. Calf Drive a 77th .
and Mrs. Fran Clark of .' *
Street. Phoae'178133'7.TRADE Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Silverman and

: Are you moving or going Mr. anti Mi>. Kohert H. Con are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank NEW SHIPMENT OF MOSAICS & SUPPLIES :
on a trip? I will trade large storage of Staten bland, N. Y. arrived I+ ; of Haverkos Court.
trunk and two wardrobe trunks last! wrrk to Jlpf'ntl! their 15th "
for a used office size desk and on the Island They will occupy How I Is Your Subscription? cord
file cabinets. Call 7782088.

ALTERATIONS on all kinda of cloth COME IN FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION HOB sG
ing. Dressmaking Drapes. Phone
Mrs. Frank Beard. 778-1431. ELAX-A-BED

HEARING AID Batteries and Accessories 4 778-1020

delivered to yoar home .-
on Anna Maria Island only at no 7 i' 1 Relax in any position your ENJOY AN EVENING OF
extra charge. Hearing Aid Clinic, heart or your health requires. -
1825 -14th St. W., Bradenton. Read, write or watch
Phone 7461905. TV or sleep blissfully--- ZENITH COLOR TV
ALL YOU DO IS PRESSTHE
SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED .
ADS have sold: BUTT ON I
Blankets boats books, can, coins, WITH HOME DEMONSTRATION

dishes, dryers, file cabinets, freezers
furniture homes house trailers lots, ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER ISLAND TV
radios, record players rugs, television
sets and wood, to mention
only a few. Four lines for sac minimum The Best 778-1703

Call 97031.

SHELL Insurance We Now Have


Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- /anteq "n.;..

Always TIDE TABLE BOOKS /}
17.6c per got. over 75 gol., :

18.6c per gal. under 75 gal.

No. 2 Fuel Oil- igtnCC Costs Less For 1962

16.7c per gol.
Island Hardware
Holmes leech 771-1697 Dobbe's
$5.00 minimum delivery or & Marine Supply

PHONE 743-0891 77M54IYOUR If W* General Hardware or Housewares or Gardei Svpplies, we hart It-

DELIVERY ON ISLAND or will get it for you 778-2811

EVERY FRIDAY ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boots, Scott Motors, Murray TrailtrLr







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