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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 18, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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i THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


I' Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


ri No. 532 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1962 SS1 a AOSSpa t aR TEN CENTS
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Apartment Site ChangedIllness "Show Off5 By Island Players Opens 1961 FIRE LOSS

of three members last Iii Island Fire Distrii Only $40The
week kept the Holmes Beach .
Board of Aldermen from havinga Fire losses of record in the Bradenton Beach Department
quorum at its regular January Anna Maria Island Fire Control had eight calls,, three for
meeting. Thus it became necessaryto District were held to the amaz- three oil heater fires withno
postpone a public hearing on a ingly low total of10 during resultant damage; one when
requested change of zoning until '.. 1961, according to a report released 1 lightning struck a TV antenna,
the February meeting of the yesterday by Fire Marshal and one call to aid another de
board. J "a 1.d' Leon F. Stafford. j partment. The Holmes Beach area
The zoning change, requestedby I It is the smallest loss figure ever i is served by both Anna Maria and
John E. Holmes, Jr., Hugh G. reported in the eleven year his- ]Bradenton Beach.
( Holmes, Augustus Pierce, Jr., an __________ tory of the fire district, which Cortez calls were limited to
Frank B. Giles, affects approximately includes the cities of Anna Maria I three, one a rescue call, one brush
40 lots lying east of Marina Holmes Beach and Bradenton i fire, and one for preventing a fire
_-1J6 Drive and west of the airstrip. Beach, plus the unincorporated after lightning had struck.
Owners of the property petitionedthe community of Cortez on the mainland Major equipment now housedin
city foV ,the change from R-l j the three department stations
(single family residential) to A-l Four factors are cited by the i includes eight fire trucks and one
r (hotels, motels and apartments). fire marshal as being mainly responsible i rescue vehicle. During the year,
John and Hugh Holmes planned .' for the district's fine !855 man hours of training were
construction of a five-unit cooperative record regular inspection and j given the firemen in the district,
apartment north of 63rd PART OF THIRD ACT of the "Show Off," first production of the sea. prevention programs carried on :instructing them in all phases of
Street, a short distance east of son of the Island Players, playing this week at Anna Maria Community throughout the year; intensive :fire fighting and fire prevention,
Marina Drive, but because of the Hall. Shown are: Hermann Brandt In the title role, as Aubrey Piper, the training of the 67 volunteer fire- ;plus a week of training by an instructor
in the have "Show men and 18 fire police within the i from the Florida State
delay public hearing, Off; Norma Ralston as Mrs. Fisher; Mildred Salva as Clara Fisher -
decided to proceed immediatelywith Hyland, and Dick Rosedale as Joe Fisher. (Islander Photo) district; cooperation of residentsin Fire College.
construction of the apartments observing the rules and regulations
using for a site an area The "Show Off," a comedy by (Mass.) Players; the Manatee for trash and lot burning, as Island Garden Club To"
nearer the air-strip which was George Kelly, opens Wednesday; Players; the Players of Sarasota. defined in the Fire Prevention
r zoned A-1 about three years ago. !evening, January 17, at the Anna and the Island Players. Code, and the fortunate circumstance Hear Hitch And LazearThe
It is understood two of the five Maria Community Hall, and will Others in the cast are Mrs. that no severe lightning or Island Garden Club will
apartments to be built already are run through Saturday, with curtain Norma Ralston, Jac Holman, Art wind storms occurred within the meet at the Island School Cafeteria
sold, with several local persons time 8:30.Playing Nicolet and Mrs. Billie Martini, district during the year. at 6:30 Friday evening, Jan
interested in purchasing the,other the title role is Hermann all of whom have performed i in "I want to thank the people of uary 26, at which time homemadepie
three. If sale of units proceeds j L. Brandt of Bradenton. earlier productions of the Island the Island and Cortez for their and coffee will be served.
reasonably fast, additional units who had many years' experience Players, and Jim Eddowes, Mil willing and effective cooperationwith Beginning promptly at eighto'clock
will be built. The apartments willJ with Little Theatre groups in dred Salva and Dick Rosedale, all the three volunteer departments in the new ,auditorium of
be the first such units built on the Binghamton J Endicott and Johnson talented new actors with the Players. and with the fire marshal' the school, a program entitled
Island. : City, N. Y.; the Provincetown aid Walter Botkin, chairman of "Glamour Bird of Florida..* will
t'--: '' Meanwhile, the petition for the the Fire Control District Commis be presented by. Allen Hitch, president
change in zoning will stand, and New Air Taxi And Boat Art Appreciation CoursesTwo sion. "They have helped us tremendously of the Manatee County Audu- \
arguments for and against! the in keeping fire: damr.!; bon Society, and Dr. Davies La.
change will be heard at the Feb. Charter Service Opens courses in art appreciationwill to a minimum by obeying the fire zear, a member of the Audubon
t ruary 6 hearing. Anna Maria Island-A new air begin at The Art League. code. The code specifies that n;> Society's Manatee County Speak.
Former Mayor Carl F. Scott, taxi service from the Holmes Bradenton, this week under the fires may be started outside a covered ers' Bureau, and the State Committee
who has done some research on Beach air-strip has been initiatedby direction of Margaret Chaplin incinerator without a eriit: to save the Bald Eagle.
the zoning matter, said at lastweek's Charters, Inc., with veteran Wetterau. Based on the Metropolitan from the fire department. Whenever This program will include show.
meeting, that he felt an A-l Island pilot Carl Gulat to head Museum of Art-"Seminars in lot or brush burning is necessary ing of colored slides of rare
classification which allows building the flying operation. Art," the courses are of twelve a call to the fire departmentwill beauty, and interesting and infor
of hotels, motels and apart. Office of the new company is classes each. Series I will be on bring the fire marshal with a mative comments by Dr. Lazear
ments, was not the correct classification located at 505 56th Street, at Tuesdays from 10 A.M. to 12 standby brush truck to the sceneas and Mr. Hitch. Both men are specialists
to use for an area where the south end of the airstrip. Noon; Series II will be the same a safeguard. This precaution, in the field of bird study
cooperative apartments are built. Gulat announced yesterday that hours on Wednesdays. Enrollmentmay in my opinion, has contributed and photography, and everyone
Scott suggested the possibilityof the company has a Model 182 be made first in either of the greatly in keeping the district fire is assured of an evening of fine
a new zoning classification for Cessna, four place plane quartered two series. Series I discusses mate- loss so extremely low." ,entertainment and good fellow-
such apartments, possibly designated ; on the airstrip, which it will use rials, styles and philosophies in Botkin also revealed that the ;ship.Tickets
R4." for air taxi service, and in addi- art; Series II will present great lire commission has recently ap have been sent to all
tion, it has twin engine planes periods in art.Continued. plied to' the Southeastern Underwriters members of the club and other
available for charter or ambulance Association for a new persons wishing to :.t:,nd may ob
Island Bank Officers work. ( on Page 2)) inspection of the district, to deter-i tain tickets from a member of the
Charters, Inc. received its char- mine whether the district now club, or from Miss Helen Bradley
Directors ReelectedThe Pacemaker; a 30 foot Chris Craft qualifies for a lower fire insurancerate
ter from the secretary of state recently Box 61, Bradenton Beach.
annual meeting of the stockholders and has as its incorporate Cruiser and a 20 foot Bahama classification.
of the Island Bank was Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Klineof Sea Skiff. "We have complied with the underwriters
held last week, with all directors 74th Street, and Ellenor E. Kline said yesterday the company recommendations with Mrs. Florence Kloepfer
re-elected. In addition, Dr. John Wells of Bradenton.In has a National car rental respect to equipment, fire inspections Mrs. Florence H. Kloepfer, 61,
Deam of Holmes Beach was elected addition to its air taxi service agency and plans soon to apply training of firemen, fire ,of Gulf Park, Bradenton Beach,
to the board to fill a vacancy.At it also operates three charter for a license to operate a taxicab hydrants, etc.," Botkin said. "We died Tuesday, January 9, at a local
the directors' meeting whic'j fishing boats from the yacht basin service on the Island. Other expansion believe that we now qualify for hospital. She was spending her
followed, the officers of the bank south of the Holmes Beach Yacht plans of the company will the lower insurance classification fourth winter here, coming to the
were re-elected. They are H. Shel- Club. The boats are a 31 foot Leek be announced soon. which if granted, will save residents Island from Jackson's Point, On.
ton Moody, chairman of the of the district thousands of :tario.
board; Clarence E. Brewer, president 9. dollars annually in insurance pre! Survivors include' her husband,
; Robert R. Moses, vicepresident ( miums."
Harry J. Kloepfer ,
; a son Harry
and Mel G. Akins. cashier. Details of the report showed L. Kloepfer of Aurora, Ontario
Directors are Herman G. Bur there were nine calls to the Anna 1|two brothers, Clarence Chapelleof ;
nett, Hugh G. Holmes Dewey A. Maria Department during the Jackson's Point and Paul Cha
Dye, Jr., Thomas A. McKay, Herman ry year, of which seven were brush J pelle of Toronto; two sisters, Mr*.
E. Turner, J. D. Webb fires, with $25 damage to one Della i Johnston and Mrs. Eleanor
James I. Wuichet, Moody, Brewer. ; : house; $15 damage to an electric ]Hogarth of Jackson's Point, and
Moses and Deam. ,l motor; and one call to aid another j two grandchildren. I
Brewer announced at tie meeting fire department.
that deposits of the bank had
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increased more than $100,000 v
since the end of the year, thus 1Ir ? ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
making deposits more than $1,-
434,517, and total resources of the Temperatures Water Rainfall
bank more than $1,750,000. 8am Noon 6pm High
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C of C MeetingThe Jan. 9--48 58 59 68 59 None
Jan. 10--56 66 50 70 59 None
Island Chamber of Com- Jan. 11--46 46 44 56 56 .45
merce will meet for the first timein Jan. 12--44 50 46 52 57 .15
1962 at the Anna Maria Elementary NEW AIR TAXI plan and Pilot Carl Gulat, a flyer well known to many Jan. 13--38 45 54 64 57 None
Islanders. Service started recently will operate from Island Airstrip, I Ian. 14--61 60 67 12 58 None
School at 8 p. m. Thurs- Jan. 15--56 63 62 70 58 None
with office at south end of field. (Islander Photo) .
day, January 18.




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2 m THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 18, 1962


The IBlanderi i ANNA ft MARIA I FLORIDA Woman's Club Meeting r .

The first 1962 meeting of the
TELEPHONE 778.2021
Anna Maria Island Woman's Club

Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL was held recently ,at the Community
e Hall, with Mn. Vernon Lamp,
News and adv.lslng..MARGE KIMBALL ; .
president of the club, as chairman.Mrs. .

Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida Harold Hayes offered the
invocation and Mrs. Ira Mishlsr

Subscription $3.50 a y.ar; $2.00 for six months, payable In acccmpanied the members at the cfJ !. .
advanc.-Canada, $5.00 p.r year. piano in the singing of the Na. {
Advertising rote $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for tional Anthem. .o :'
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. Mrs. Lawrence Colby, membership -
National or agency plac.d advertising $1.25 p.r column Inch. chairman, introduced two

new members, Mrs. Bertha Bauer
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY
and Mrs. Alfred Tolman, and
An Independent w..kly published .v.ry Thursday by they were welcomed into the club r- : e- ..-> __ .,.

t THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida by the president. : ,

Mrs. Charles Snyder, ways and _
I I Ent.r.d as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. means chairman, announced that jb "" .....

the club will sponsor a benefit

i Now Is The Time For All Good MenWith card party at the Community Hall BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME on Key Royal of Mr. and Mrs. Peder Mlckel- I

sen. Home has extremely pleasant bayslde setting. (Islander Photo)
two upcoming city elections on the Island-in Anna Maria soon.Mrs.. Lyle Chaffee of St. Peters

and Holmes Beach-there will be several vacancies to fill on the burg was introduced by Mrs.

governing bodies of the two cities. In Anna Maria, where the election Mishler, program chairman, and

will take place in less than a month-on February 13, a Mrs. Chaffee's talk was based on Fxat
"Education and Service the
keynote
mayor and two commissioners are to be elected.D. .
of the Florida Federation of
Henry Clay and James 0. Ferguson are not going to seek Women's Clubs. She told how \

re-election as commissioners, but Ferguson has declared his intention women's clubs were instrumentalin

of running for mayor, and has filed his petition to have having important legislation i

his name placed on the ballot, the first, and so far-the only can- passed.
didate. During the social hour refresh.
ments were served to the membersby '
III Holmes Beach there to be vacancies and '
are going some ,
Mrs. George Tann and Mrs. : ':
although it is a little early to get petitions signed, choose sides, K. W. Stenstrom. Mrs. Arthur -

etc., it is not too early to begin thinking about possibilitiestheelection Munday and Mrs. Wesley Stephens \. .. '" )
will take place there on March 13. were in charge of the table \ .. 'ii

Both cities need candidates who are sufficiently interested to decorations for the afternoon, and kt :
Mrs. Willard Bolitha and J"&t:
Mrs. :
tackle a very tough assignment, with the principal remunerationfor Lawrence Maher poured. '
of the aldermen or commissioners, just whatever
any mayors -- "':l\
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satisfaction each may derive from serving his or her community. I L
Fringe benefits of somewhat doubtful value are the recognitionone Epsilon Alpha Meeting (

receives, plus one dollar a year.in coin of the realm, the lat- Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Beta I
Phi held'its first j
ter the result of a token salary arrangement adopted in both cities Sigma Sorority, -
meeting of the year at the homeof
last year so members of the governing bodies could be includedin Mrs. Aaron Van Ostenbridgelast I {. iS '

compensation insurance policies.On week, with Mrs. Ted Tripp 1
the other hand, any candidate who is successful, and man- presenting the evening's program
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ages to be elected to a local office, sooner or later-after he has "Definition of Happiness.
expressed his convictions, or voted the way his conscience dic- The Bay Area luncheon will be REACHING HEAVENWARD Is the first of the laminated wooden beam. ,
at Holiday Inn on Route 41 Sat. to be erected for the new sanctuary of Gloria Del Lutheran Church, to
tates on some controversial issue, will be subjected to the unre- I
of friends be- urday, January 20, with membersof become the Island's tallest structure. (Islander Photo)
warding experience having some previously warm Island- and Bradenton chap.

come decidedly chilly and distant because of a feeling they have ters to serve as hostesses. Thereare

that the expressed conviction, or the vote, was aimed at them on 57 chapters in the Bay Area, tIr

a strictly personal basis, and for no other reason! with over 300 members expectedto A

A curious lassitude about public affairs on the local level ov- attend the luncheon.An .

ertakes many otherwise good citizens-curious because those anniversary dinner of the
will be served the Cabana
chapter at
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affairs are so important to all citizens. The result is a let Georgedo
January 27, preceding the
it attitude, with one reservation-no one wants to relinquishhis Charity Ball sponsored by the ,
right to criticize George-even while letting him do it. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi at

Fortunately, however, most people who are qualified to be- the Bradenton Auditorium. The

come city officials are also well able to take in stride any unfair dance is for the benefit of the

criticism without letting it change their thinking greatly, and sorority's statewide project, the ., ;
Lay Diabetic Camp for children, t .. J'.
without it shake their
letting composure. and is open to the public. Tickets itf ,
Right now is the time for anyone in Anna Maria who wants to may be obtained from members. "

perform a valuable public service, to become a candidate for ma- :Members who attended the :
yor or commissioner. There are in both cities many residents meeting were Mrs. Van Osten. n r Kf a. 'J I I.a '

who could serve admirably on the governing boards, who have bridge, Mrs. Tripp, Mrs. John S .

the administrative background and experience which qualifiesthem Van Ostenbridge, Mrs. F. B. Shell .
Mrs. Norma Torgeson, Mrs.
F
to do an outstanding job in city government. .
Charles Weaver, Mrs. C. E. Brew.er
What apparently is needed to arouse many voters from their Mrs. George Norwood and S

apathy is some contest or controversy. A contest such as thatin Mrs. Fran Maxon. .

Bradenton Beach last month, when there were four of the five

elective offices in the city on the block, and two candidates for Art AppreciationContinued '

for each office. ( from fog 1)

With no burning issues ,at hand, the eight candidates, all of The Art Appreciation Course

whom were inten sely interested in being elected, created enough was begun last year by Mrs. Wet. '

interest in the election to bring out more than 85 percent of the terau with great success. Only
Series I offered then and the
in the which be was
registered voters city-a percentage figure must
will make
students from that class
close to a record for the Island, at least in what must be class- +d'"REFLECTIONS"
the nucleus of Series II this year.
ified as a run of the mill city election. Mrs. Wettereau is from Woodstock .

Now that Bradenton Beach, its candidates and its voters have N. Y., one of America's --
demonstrated how it can and should be done, the other Island famous art colonies. She studiedat
AND "WALKWAY" are the titles of the Interestingcamera
cities have a target to shoot at, and everyone can do his part by the School of Fine Arts, Syracuse
studies by talented Rene Redon of Anna Maria. Before movingto
encouraging candidates to enter the lists. University, and received the
Hiram Gee Fellowship for a year the Island Redon won many awards for his work In photography

of study in Paris. She also attended at shows In New York City.

ANNA MARIA TIDES the Art Students League sum
school in Woodstock. A
JANUARY HIGH LOW mer WILLIAM W.CARNESWilliam furniture
she has taught company representative. -
18 Thur. '117 0.7 9:46 1.748 o.m.1.0 2:55 p.m..0.6 I portrait painter,
p.m. p.m. .
both W. Carnes 45 of
children's and adult 'classes ,
19 Fri. 1153 p.m. 0.7 10:27 p.m. 1.7 5:26 a.m.1.0 3-43 p.m. 0.6 I
20 Sat. 216pm. 0.6 11:07 p.m. 1.6 5:59 a.m. -1.04:29 p.m. 0..5 t; in Woodstock and Kingston, N.Y. 7502 Marina Drive, died TUGS Surviving are his wife, MarthaE.
21 Sun. 2:22 p.m. 0.6 11:46 p.m 1.6 6:30 a.m.0.9 5:14 p.m. 0.S; The courses are designed to give day at Bay Pines Veterans Hos Games, and two sons, Law-
0.6 6:59 a.m.0.9 6:00 0.4 I L. and Thomas E., all of
22 Mon. 2:22 p.m. -- ------ p.m. the student a greater awareness pital.A rence
23 Tu. 12:26 a.m. 1.5 2:33 p.m. 0.7 7:29 a.m.0.8 6-49 p.m. 0.3 and understanding of art of all native of Yarba Linda, Cal., Holmes Beach.Recitation .
24 W.d. 1:07 a.m. 1.4 2:56 p.m. 0.8 8:00 a.m.0.7 71-41 p.m. O.2 t ages. Through this the student he moved to the Island about 18 of the Rosary will
25 Thur. 1153 a.m. 1.2 3:24 p.m. 0.9 8:32 a.m.0.S 8:39 p.m. 0.1
26 Fri. 2-43 a.m. 1.0 3:56 p.m. 1.0 9:06 a..... -0.3 9-43 p.m. 0.0 t gains understanding of other months ago from Jasper, Ind. be at Griffith-Cline Island Chapel
27 Sat. 3:42 a.m. 0.8 4:33 p.m. 1.1 9:40 a..... -0.1 10:53 p.m. 0.1 times and peoples and, thereby, He was a member of St. Bern- at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, and '
28 Sun.4:58 a.m. 0.6 5:13 p.m. 1.2 10:16 a.m.0.1 broadens his own horizons in the ard Mission; of the Knights of funeral mass at St. Bernard Mis-
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! world today. Columbus, Assembly of the 4th sion, at 9:30 a.m. Friday, with
30 Tu. 9153 a.m. 0.5 6-45 p.m. 1.4 1:19 a.m.0..5 11131 a.m. 0.4 I For additional information on the Rev. Francis Welsmiller of-
and the American
.. Degree; Leg-
31 Weel. 7:35 p.m. 1.5 2:2-4 o.m.0.7 the Art Appreciation Courses in.
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach add seven minutes to high tide reading 1 tested persons may call The Art ion and V.F.W. in Jasper.He ficiating. Interment at Manasota
and add one hour six minutes to low tide readings. League, 7462862. was self-employed as a Memorial Park. '





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January 18, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3


CHURCHESHARVEY pounds. Other good sheepshead 5 lb. 8 oz., entered by R. C. Whine corded.
Let's Go
catches were made by Campbelland gate, Bradenton. 5 lb. 2 oz., enter Mangrove Snapper iSo entries
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Les Townsend and Mrs. Norris ed by Mrs. Edward R. Bender recorded.
(
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of Bradenton.
Bradenton Beach Fishing Bradenton. King Mackerel-No entries re
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REV. A. W. SIMM! Grouper-23 lb., entered b)' C. .corded.
SUNDAY: Mrs. J. W. Welch caught 15 S. Lemaster, Akron, 0. *22 lb.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Although some trips were missed and six red.
sheepshead one -pound entered by Joe Huetenatzker, *
10:30 ajn. Worship Service.ST. Ly the Cortez fleet last week Denotes change: in standing.
fish over the weekend at the Rod Homer, Mich. *19 lb., entered b\
Other entries included
because (if wind and u eat her?the and Reel Pier, and Pete Karr Fred Quackenbush, Willsboro.; new :
BERNARD MISSION which Sheepshead- lb. 6 oz., entered
trips were made were reported landed redfish which
a weighed N. Y.
Driest: REV. FRANCIs>> ;
F. WELSMIU.LR by Henry Flodquist, E. Tawas,
Schedule of Masses as being very successful.The about 7 pounds. Mackerel lb. 6 oz., entered Mich., caught off Anna Maria City
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Best Bet went out on Tu by Mike Klein, Bradenton. No
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. day, Wednesday and Sunday, with Pier on sand fleas, weighed at
Ten new catches in four categories other entries.

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 pm. Jim Speas of Springfield, 111. having :same place. (This catch exceededlast
recorded in Manatee FIounderilb.. 4 entered
were oz.
Rosary and Benediction. week's leader of 6 Ibs. even I I4 :
the catch
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pjn. top on Tuesday, a County's "Fish For Cash" tournament by A. C. Cope, Bradenton Beach. lb. 9 oz., entered by George Ful-

20V/ lb. grouper: Bryce Rogers of action last week. Fifty-five 3 lb. 4 oz., entered by Paul Bryan mer, Bradenton, caught in the

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Bradenton second with a 17 lb. additional anglers also were registered Roann, Ind. 3 lb., entered bPaul. Manatee River
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor and Robert Lobaugh of on shrimp, weighedat
grouper .
in the four-month event, running N. Tierney, Bradenton. Bradenton Yacht Basin. Trout

r THURSDAY: Trailer Estates, third with a 15 the overall figure of partici Trout-5 lb. 12 oz., entered by -2 lb. 12 oz., entered by Harold
300 p.m. Jr. C.A. and Sunbeam. pounder. pants to 203.Recent Fred Corbin, Bradenton. 5 lb.
Ellis Bradenton off Green
caught
7:30 Men's Bible Class. C. F. LeMaster of
Wednesday:
p.m.
8 entered William L. Morgan
weather favored bridge oz., by -
Bridge on shrimp, weighed at
SUNDAY: ,j. Akron, Ohio, a 15 pound grouper.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. and pier fishermen, with eight of Bradenton. lb. 15 oz., entered Bradenton Yacht Basin. Redfish-
Sunday: Harold Ripley of Jack the ten new entries caught by by Virgil Shaw, Cardington
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Mich. 18 5 lb., entered by Miss E. W. Ma.
son, an pound grouper.
6:30 o.m. Youth Choir. land-based enthusiasts. Sizable Ohio. ther, Bradenton, caught off Cortez
MONDAY catches of sheepshead and redfish Sheepshead*!9 lb.t oz.. entered Cortez
: Bridge on shrimp, weighed at
The Admiral
Mon.
went out
on
6:30 p.m. R.A. changed tournament standings in by Lois Powers, Anna Fishing Center; -I 1 lb., enteredby
TUESDAY: day, Tuesday and Wednesday, these two categories. Two additional Maria. *8 lb., entered by Mrs. E. J. Bierly, K 8; K Trailer
with Butch Anderson and Ed
4:00 p.m. Intermediate C.A. Anderson grouper catches off the Evelyn Sigel, Cortez. *6 lb. 0 oz., Park, caught in the Manatee Riveron

WEDNESDAY: of Atlanta catching a I61/j Cortez-based Admiral filled out entered by Lois Powers, Anna shrimp. weighed at Ten :Mnna
;
7:00 Sunday School Officersand and a 16 pound grouper.
p.m. the top three places in deep sea Maria. Sport Center.
Teachers Mrs. Carl Merrill of
Meeting. Tuesday : fishing. Red Snapper-No entries re

7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sarasota, a 15', pound grouper, With more than two weeks to --_. __. -_ .- -- -
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. and John Heng of Dixon, III. a 14 go in the first month's tourney',

LOSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDtaomiautionol pound black grouper. no entries have been received in

( ) Wednesday: Fred Quackenbushof three divisions red ,
Resident Minister: Riv. RICHARD K. Cortez, 17 lb. Hack grouper; snapper -1 L.- -_ 11'S
and .
mangrove kingfish.Dr. :
WICCINS Emery Ott of Sarasota, 13 VI snapper IT-
; L. B. King's 14 oz. bream is _
THURSDAY: pound and Mary Lou _
grouper the only entry in that category.Thus .
7:30 Senior Choir.
p.m. Pecher of St. Louis, 13 pound
SUNDAY: a total of $120 is still up

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. grouper. for grabs in categories as yet i Un 6E51 BET 1t'f'Q I
Fred
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Admiral Too, Wednesday: entered. For this reason, Ken Mc-
Busenbark of Crawfordsville Ind.. P4- _
11:15 Kendree ,
a.m. Worship Service. tournament chairman, .r fl r
12:15 p.m. Fellowship Hour. 33 pound grouper; Bill Mathewsof urged participants to enter all I

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. Bradenton Beach, 24 pound catches, regardless of size, as longas
6:30 p.m. Adult Program By Carl grouper, and Harry Allen of Mile they comply with tournament

Scott. City, Mont., 22V*> pound grouper regulations.

MONDAY: Sunday: Andy Yturrino of Leaders listed the Manatee
7:30 were by
Finance
p.m. Committee Tampa, 26 pound D. A.
Meeting. grouper: County Publie Relations Bu.
Sheetz of Canton, Ohio, a spry
WEDNESDAY: reau as follows, with first place
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. 82-year-old, a 25 and 22% pound worth $20 and a trophy; second

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. grouper; Lewis Daume of Cape place, $10, and $5 for third place:

7:30 p.m. Special Church Council Girardeau, Mo., 23 pound grouper Snook-17 lb. 8 oz., entered b\'

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Meeting. ; Claude Forth of McCordsville, Reese Morelock, Palmetto. 13 Ik;
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Ind., two scamp, one 12 pounds,
8 oz., entered by Sam Henry, Sr..
LUTHERAN CHURCH one 10 pounds, and Bob Nelson of N.C. BEST BET, recent addition to deep sea fishing excursion boats out of
Minister: Rrv. FRANK LnRLY Highlands, 12 lb. lloz., entered -
Bradenton, an U'/ pound red by Sam Henry, Sr.. High Cortez. Since going Into operation early last month, some good catchesof

SUNDAY: snapper. lands, N.C.Redfish10. black and red grouper have been made by boat's passengers. Skipperis
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. *
9:45 a.m. Church School. lb. 6 oz., entered by" Arnold "Soupy" Davis. (Islander Photo)
Pier fishermen fared little bet.
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, a A. C. Cope, Bradenton Beach.
ter toward the end of the week.
508 74th St.
TUESDAY with A. C. Campbell of Bay Boule
: Ernie's HAVE YOU TRIED
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. vard, Anna Maria, landing a 7 4IIIIiiL
CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP
8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 pound redfish at the Anna Maria -'

74th Street. City Pier. Lois Powers caught two 24 4 DAY HOUR COLOR PHOTO PROCESSING FINISHING Deep Sea Fishing ).

sheepshead, one weighing 9'/i KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION pounds. and the other. 6 Brodenron Beach Phone 778-1185 ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?
(Episcopal) .
REV. GERALD K. Lowe
THURSDAY: Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard

9:00: a.m. Holy Communion. the Island first! Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER Shop .

EPIPHANY 8:00 a.m.: Holy Communion. Elgin Water Softeners and Filters

9:15 Church a.m.School.Family Eucharist and Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality

11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser BONDED & INSURED
vice.
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ROY PHILLIPS
Churchmen.
THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY

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Income Tax ServiceFOR 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 771-1<<6

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I Miss Flame ContestantsThe LEGAL NOTICE State Bank No. 913

REPORT OF CONDITION of "The Island Bank" of Holmes Beach in the State
five young ladies picturedon of Florida at the close of business on December 30, 1961.

this page are entrants in the 1. Cash balances with other banks ASSETS, ana cuh Items In process of

Miss Flame contest which will collection ___. --- __ $ 239,979.15
2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 650,872.97
be a feature of the Firemen'sBall 6. Loons and discounts Including Jiion i overdrafts).................... 599,6 6.02
7. Bank premises owned $75,500.00, furniture and fixtures 133,000.00 108,500.00
be held the Holmes
to at 11. Other assets ___ ,._... .___. _._ .'".''' ____ 2,060.45
Beach Yacht Club Wednesday -
12. TOTAL ASSETS ,...._... __ __ ...___. .. . ._ $ 1,601,028.59
February 21. -

Mrs. Jean Whilldin of Bradenton .a 4 Y .' d 13. Demand deposits of Individuals LIABILITIES partnerships and corporations t 764,326.50 .

will direct the contest, and .a 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations -
\4 _
xi '_'__ 419,248.85
will coach the contestants on 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 7,777.01
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions__ __.._..._.__ .. 137,084.02
the proper way to appear on the 17. Deposits of banks Men
and similar 18. Certilled and officers' checks: etc. _.. ___.___ 6,080.64
stage, points.All 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS -.._ $1,334,517.02
girls who live on the Island, ; (a) Total demand deposits .._ 915.268.17b
Total time and savings deposit ._._ 419,248.85

or in Cortez are eligible to en- 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES- ., ..____....______._.. .._..._$1,334,517.02
ter the contest. The only qualification _-r

is that they must be either 25._ Capital: (a) Common stock CAPITAL total par ACCOUNTS value 200000.00 __) ,
school (b) Preferred stock total par value $ None total ) '.
junior high or high retlrable value $ None __...._ .. ... ....... .) 200000.00 ;
students. (c) Capital notes and debentures $ None ) :
JAYNE LYNN LARRY, 17, a seniorat 26. Surplus .....___ _.__ ... ... 50,000.00
Winner of the local contest will Manatee High, is the daughter of 27. Undivided profits ___ _._ _-..n_- ___._.-.."._........ 16,511.57 4''
be eligible to compete in the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larry of Gull 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital ..- None .

statewide Miss Flame contest in PENNY PRICE, 17, daughter of Mr. Park. Jayne's hobbies are bowlingand 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. ._h......_ ..__.. .-...-.... ".._m.. .....n.... 266266,113Q. -
and Richard F. of 58th .
Sarasota in May. Mrs. Price swimming.PATTI TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. .. ......1601028.59
Street, is a Manatee High senior, a !
Girls who wish to enter the member of the school's Art Club.Penny' MEMORANDA :
31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other
do hobbles water skiing,
contest so by registeringat are
may purposes (Including notes and bills rediscounted and securities
art, swimming and dancing. cold -with agreement to repurchase) t
the office of The Islander, at --------- 2Q3,8".88
32. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of
314 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria.
--- _. Y I, C. E. Brewer. President. of the above-named bank do solemnly swear
f that this report of condition Is true and correct. to the best of my knowledgeand
L belief.
C E BREWER
: Correct-Attest:
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i' sa HUGH G. HOLMES
T. A. UcKAYJ.
D. WEBBDirectors.
I .
(SEAL)
State of Florida. County of Manatee as:
i .- Y; iE Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of Jan., 1962, and I hereby
!} certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
>---. a Y My commission expires.March 10. 1965 ANN NIESMAN. Notary Public



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Manatee High, Is the daughter of EFFICIENCIES & I
Mrs. Mabel Wyatt of Church Avenue. B EACI
.......,., BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS .
I. JfL t Her hobbies are skiing, public speaking APAR.TMENTS i

playing the piano and raisinga
DIANNE BELL, 16, of 75th Strut, MICHELE GARCIA, 15, a studentat special breed of that SURF and POOL BATHING ;
guinea pigs
Is the granddaughter of the Rev. and Manatee High, Is the daughter of 1
she plans to enter I in pet shows. Patti
Mrs. H. C. Benjamin with whom she I of Gulf Drive.
Garcia
Mrs. Agnes
won her high school letter for or For Reservations or Information Call 778-1511
makes her horn. A .
lunlor at Manatee
chestra. (Islander Photos)
High, she Is a member of the Or Write: Box 366
Art Club, Future Teachers of America
Pan A.flerlcan Club and Sub. Anna Maria, Florida
Debs. Her hobbles are dancing and DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

art, swimming and water skiing. She The FOR .
Glllf Park
was chosen Miss Anna
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Queen In 1960. Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.
Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'

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Thursday, January 18, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 5
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. LEGAL, NOTICES Unitarian Fellowship"Social

Problems of the Migrant -

'-. Scaled REQUEST proposals for FOR bids BIDS will b. re ... Worker," will be the subjectof
.iv.d at the eflie of the City of Brad- a panel discussion at the meet-
. .nton B.aeh, Florida, 207 First Street
t t- -- North, until Neon February 2, 1962, for ing of the Unitarian Universalist
installation of two ahufflebeard \ : "
courts. Fellowship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday,
Bid to be opened at the Council Keet c "
January 21, at the Palma Sola
ing on February' 2, 1962, at Harvey Memorial -
Hall. Community Club, 67th Street W.,
Sophia L. Carothers Bradenton.Dr. .
City Clerk
Frederick Allen, director of
the Manatee County Health Department
ELECTION NOTICEThe F
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will- ; John Yallowley, man
hold an election on Tuesday, February w '<;t ,. ager of the local Florida State Em
13, 1962, to elect a Mayor, and two ((2) if; ,
Office John
ployment Kling, a
Commissioners, to fill vacancies left ;
by D. Henry Clay and James O. Ferguson farmer who employs migrant
whose terms of office expire on that '
date. workers, will be the panel members

PETITIONS for candidates for offices -' and Dr. Robert Gervais will
of Mayor and Commissioners must be BARBECUE CHEFS of the Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire D.part- v.P. ,. >6 act as moderator. The Junior Fel
signed by ten ((10)) qualified electors, 'f'.
and must be filed with the City Clerk ment as they prepared chicken to serve more than 1,100 people at the lowship meets at 10:15 a.m.
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on or before: 1200 Noon, Saturday,February flrehouse Sunday. Left to right are volunteer cooks Mike Banyas, H. G. .
3, 1962.
/SGladys Dumaine, Browning, Johnny Jackson and Leon Stafford. (Islander Photo) Joyce Lee Engaged To and Quest Club. She is presidentof
CITY CLERK, Junior Wesleyan Service Guild.
Anna Maria, Fla. --.. James Golden Jr.
She is now educational director at
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA Announcement has been madeof the First Methodist Church in Fort
Public Hearing will b. held during the engagement of Miss Joyce Lauderdale.Mr. .

the regular of meeting the City of of the Holmes Board Beach of Aldermen ,- Omelia Lee and Mr. Jemes Brown Golden is the son of Mr.

Florida on Tuesday, February 6, 1962 Golden, Jr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Tritt of 56th
at 730 an P.M.application at the City:fra Office William, to consider H.- Miss Lee is the daughter of Mr. Street, Holmes Beach. He is a

Schwepe and Luc 11* Cacdrich Schwepe, and Mrs. D. F. Harvell of Fort graduate of Manatee High School
as owners of a parcel of land approximately -
Lauderdale. She was graduatedfrom and Florida State University,
210' z 180 on Gulf Drive acrossfrom al
the present Shopping Center, in Fort Lauderdale High School where he received a B. S. degreein
Holmes Beach, to have this parcel rezoned and from Wesleyan College at 1961, and was commissioned a
from R-2 (two-family residence) p
i to C-l (CommercialS ). r Macon, Ga., in 1961, where she second lieutenant in the Air Force.
/ / City Clerk. H. Archer, : I received a B.A. degree cum laude, He was a member of Arnold Air

majoring in Christian Education.She Society and Veterans Club. He is

NOTICE INTENTION TO rrr was a member of Wesleyan now employed by Miller Trailers.
REGISTER 'FICTITIOtS NAME 'b Individual Club A is
Fellowship, Sports summer wedding planned.
The undersigned does hereby certify
that he is conducting a real estate
J
business in the Island Shopping Center -
, Holmes Beach, Florida,under the CONSUMERS ENJOYING BARBECUE, and in background members of
1\ fictitious name of ISLAND REALTY, Women's Auxiliary who acted as dispensers of the food. (Islander Photo) FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
\ and that said firm is composed of the
following person, whose name and
' place of residence are as follows: BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC TWO LOCATIONS -
George E. Wagner, 428 Magnolia Avenue -
Anna Maria City, Florida.Ownership Houses suitable for Island !Climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 Mth Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
of ISLAND REALTY is as and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs -
Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
follows: George E. Wagner. : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiami; Trail, Sarasota
It is my intention to apply to the given. Wiring FixturesNORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for ROSEDALE, Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 7459811WE
Manatee County, Florida, to register
II r the said name of ISLAND REALTY under Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
; the provisions of Chapt.r 20953, i MBHHHaiBBB
4 Law. of Florida, Acts of 1941.
GEORGE E. WAGNER i
I 428 Magnolia Av.nu. THE FINEST IN FRENCH CTJISINF. KNOW that your car appreciates the type workwe
I Anna Maria City, Florida In a Romantic. Provincial French

Atmosphere do-.-and we appreciate your taking advantage of

I s 1LgIN t ffifjantolmr our FREE pick-up and delivery service. Call us any

gi time; we'll be there in a hurry!
W NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM Luncheon at 12 Dinner at I p.m.

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REASONER & ANSOHFLORIST Blue Wave Service Station

For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD BRADENTON BEACH (At the "Pure" Sign) PHONE 778-1115

HF,.. delivery to the III..."

. Dixie Grande Hotel BldQ. foftf/W Master Plumber's License
ANTICIPATED-
Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. 411/ COMPOUNDED
PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIES, PUMPS 0 DIVIDEND ANNUAL QUARTERLYWhy

PICKUP & DELIVERY

Bradenton leach
Tel. 742-1151 permit your money to earn less when safety
I WE EMPHASIZE SERVICE is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
Tamiami Cleaners investing? Consider .

& LaundryFOR SAFETY (of your funds)

AVAILABILITY
Serving Anna Maria Island Call 778-2012
OFFICE FURNITUREAND .
SUPPLIES SERVICERETURN

The Bradenton If no answer, call 778-1406
See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
Office Equipment Co. HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
530 13th St. BRADENTON
PALMETTO FEDERAL

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service
Island Repair 6-
With Interest" 722-4511
Electric ServiceWe A SYMBOL OF GOOD


Service ARMSTRONG NURSERY'S"Garden

OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS, ALL

TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER
HEATERS APPLIANCES PUMPS WATER Magic"

AND LAMPS. .
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Anything in the Electrical Line ROSE BUSHESCALIFORNIA

All Kinds of Repairing :
ON THE
PHONE 778-2813 M'LL GROWN 81 VARIETIES

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Airlines DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY

Steamships Manatee County Water REMEMBER Everything in the world for your lawn, gardtn and pets.

Railroads, Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Nds or problems our business.
Company
National Car Rental
(INCORPORATED) THE GARDEN WORLD Inc. '
746-7145 Business Office:

Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ART JONES DON JONES PHONE 743-0591 f
711 Itch ST. W.
Telephone 773-2022 4411 Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton, Floridar"c

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Island Bowling League TOP TEN GAMES 11

Hank Niesiobedski............ 234 ; .
Earl Drew.........................220
Earl Parks......................215 L LI
Aaron VanOstenbridge..214Dick

Connick..................214 I
Tom Edwards.................... 213 )I
Chuck VerMett...................213
Glenn Carlson..................210
'Lloyd Hanson...................203
Yom-
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Bud Hottman...................202 I.r
Tropical Vista, the first place
team in the Island Bowling Lea- TOP TEN SERIES 3PAMELA

gue, lost its match Friday even- ",r 4 y C Earl Parks......................561
ing to the Island Bank, 3 to 1. ti : Aaron VanOstenbridge..561Tom

High individual scorers in the -- --........ .... -- Edwards.................... 561
match were Vic Reinel, 193-510, Hank Niesiobedski............. 560 I
and Tom Edwards, 213-561. FIRST PLACE TEAM for several weeks Is group representing Haynes Earl Drew.......................540 !
Other team and high individualscores Tropical Vista Apartments. Left to right are Roger Haynes, Bob Guild, Dick Connick..................538 f
Bob Tom Edwards and Jack Colson.
Whipple Photo :
follow: Anna Maria Elec- (Islander ) Harry Callahan.................. 538

tric 4, The Islander 0. (Roy Fer- Frank Moc....................... 535 ,.
guson, 189, Gene Moss, 518; Dan Knauf......................533 t
Chuck VerMett, 213, Harry Cal- Lefty Miller..................... 526 CAREY and Wayne Wallsof
Bradenton, dancing proteges of I
lahan 538)).
FOUR LOW GAMES Pete Reynard, as they danced fora
Schuchard Plumbing 4, Lay-Z- George Wagner....................97 meeting of the Manatee County
Liv-N 0. ( Harman Chapter of the Florida Restaurant
Apartments Clyde Ernie Schmidt....................103 Association, held the Yacht Club
190, Frank Moc, 535 Roy at
; Al Nelson.......................104 Monday evening. Islander Photo)
Phillips,156,Charlie Pike, 411)). : '
cr '7r Mickey Banyas................108
Stanley Insurance 4, Island
Marine Supply 0.: (Earl Drew, 220- r : t( Iry SCHEDULE-January 19 Ed Wiese.........................591
540; Andy Rasmussen, 184-489)). Tropical VistaVanOstenbridgeDick Bob Guild.......................590
Dick Wagner Realty 4, Bayou 'frr.- Wagner-The Islander Clyde Human..................589
Marina 0. (Earl Parks, 215-561; Island BankLayZLivNPete Chuck VerMett...................589
Hank Niesiobedski, 234-561). Reynard'sSchuchardBayou
Builders 2 SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES
VanOstenbridge ; Marina-Stanley Insurance
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 2. ; ",/.2 Island Marine-A. M. Electric Bob Guild.......................275
(Aaron VanOstenbridge, 214-561; Jim Wuichet....................267
Wally Warner, 189, Mace Hinkle, TEAM HOLDING DOWN one-half of second place tie, Lay-Z-LlvN SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES Lloyd Hanson....................264 i i
523)). Apartments. From left are Charlie Pike, Roy Phillips, Frank Davidson, Bob Guild.........................705 Frank Moc......................248 .
Unusual play: Doc Gunther Ed Wiese and Bob DeVane. (Islander Photo) Jim Wuichet.....................638 Hank Niesiobedski............. 234

picked up the 4-7-10 and the 4-10 Andy Rasmussen..629Aaron Kayo Keding...................234
splits in one game. VanOstenbridge..599George Bob Guild.......................234
EDITOR'S NOTE: We want to Thibodeau............. 596 George Thibodeau.............234
thank all the bowlers for their Bob Guild.......................594 Ed Wiese.........................233 \
co-operation during the picture Cliff Weston......................593 Aaron Van Ostenbridge..233
p I
taking session Friday evening.
L
However, after all twelve teams il
were recorded by the camera, for 8n Sunland Turf & Garden j

posterity or whatever, we felt as
if we had spent the evening roll- Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
ing a few games. I
and LandscapingAT j
LEAGUE STANDINGS

Tropical Vista..................51.5 SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
VanOstenbridge Bldrs....... 47 b J:
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Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart............ 47 HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER :
Schuchard Plumbing..46Anna OTHER HALF OF second place tie VanOstenbridge Builders. Front
Maria Electric..45Island John VanOstenbridge, Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr., and rear, Glenn Carl- PHONE 778-2711
son, Ray Haverkos and Dan Knauf. (Islander Photo)
Marine Supply..43

Dick Wagner Realty........... 42
Stanley Insurance..............37 WE/ RENT FOLDING BEDS DIAPBABY CRIBS
The Islander.................... 36 PLAY PENS SALAD BAR
SUNBATHING COTS
I Island Bank....................31
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS

Pete Bayou Reynard's Marina...Rest..29.5............... 25 Linen Rental Service Bradenton Beach 7781472Wlfkite veicsiIS'ki' Sizzling Steaks

Sea Food

Your Individual Checks Sands
includingLIVE
with name and address

imprinted FREE We ; APARTMENTMOTEL t

invite you to open a Maine Lobsterand

checking account

TODAY! ..,...., other
For Reservations 1-2 BIDROOM :

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WM. B. LEE COMPANY
R3i MBBH M BBi HRBBBMCK5KiiB3K3leBI IH : _rt 502 Key Royote Drive Phone 778-1917 P. O. Box 328, Anna Maria

778-2663
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Bay Front Lot For Sale
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t r# e- 75th Street Peninsula Best Residential Area

BAYOU MARINA, plckvd recently by The Rudder magazine as being one
Look For These Signs Beautiful Wide View of Water. Fronting 100 feet on Boy, 160 feet deep.
of the top marine dealers In the country. (Islander Photo)
Seawolled. Zoned ont family. Only $8,000 Cash. See our sign on premises.

Why not come in UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

INSURANCE COMPANYSince
and let us help
you 1897 RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
! buy or sell property? Protect Your Real Estate Investment Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541

*
New Home In Holmes Beach
SWIMMING POOLS---PATIOS
SEE THIS Before You Buy-- $500 DOWN FHA FINANCEDTWO
i LARGE Two Bedroom HOME
GENERAL MASONRY BEDROOM, TWO BATH, FLORIDA ROOM. All electric kitchen
Florida Room-Nice- Built-in
\ with buflt-ins large matching refrigerator. Intercom and radio to
I Kitchen. All newly decorated. each room. Central) heat, carport and utility room. Terrazzo floors
COMPLETELY FURNISHED. Complete Installations throughout.

ONLY $19,500--low, low WILL SELL THIS WEEK FOR $13.000 CASH

Down Payment-Assume Mort- JOHN B. PROTHERO
.1 WILLIAM R. KERMODE
gage.
Real Estate Sales fir Rentals
ANNA MARIA 778-2557
116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
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I BEAUTIFULLY LandscapedHome YOU TELL MEIF OPEN HOUSESUNDAYJanuary
On A Canal. Boat dock,

J Closed Garage), 2 Bedrooms,
, Large Kitchen. VERY NICE THIS PROPERTY IS NOT A BARGAIN-- 21-1 to 5 P.M.

AND THE PRICE IS RIGHTI TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME ON A
$21,000 TARPON ST. ANNA MARIANEW
f I 75 FOOT CANAL FRONT LOT WHICH HAS A
,Ir TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH CANALFRONT HOME
"If BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF THE BAY. ONLY $12,5001!
r CENTRAL HEATING-AIR CONDITIONING

f f YOU CAN'T GO WRONG-- DON IRWIN REALTY
CLOSED GARAGE
5 RENTALS-Three Bedroom
2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
Place For Owner on 200 foot

M Gulf front Property, with room THESE ARE BARGAINS BECAUSEYOUMAKE THE OFFER
: HomeNEAR
2 C B
for lots more units. $65,000-- Bedroom
Two Commercial Waterfront
Terms. Lots In Anna Maria.
THE GULF
House on 100 by 146 foot seawalled Bayfront Lot.

Sixteen Lots close to Gulf in Holmes Beach..Wonderful EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING[ TV

Very Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath Opportunity for Developing! SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
Home Only Two Years Old.
$13,500 With Excellent Terms!
Central Heat. See at $18,500. Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

j Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
J. DUDLEY, Brokir-Solisman 778-2156 HOLMES BEACH BARGAINTWO
Excellent Two Story Home-- Anna Maria, Florida
Large Apartment Each Floor. BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

Two extra 50 x 100 ft. Lots, Near Shopping CenterALMOST CB HOME...-NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
with new building that couldbe

made into another rental. NEW THREE BEDROOM MODERN HOME WITH ONLY $10,500--$1,000 Down..$75 Per Month

All this for ONLY $21,500,
With Terms. TWO TILED BATHS, SCREENED PORCH, BUILT-IN
I
4I KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, CARPORTAND -

t RENTALS LARGE STORAGE SPACE. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
: ONLY $18,000-Low Monthly Payments.
: AVAILABLEAlso
Pleasant three bedroom home

I with large living room, nice JACK HOLMES, Realtor < the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
kitchen, carport. Nicely furn. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
)ished. $135 per month, by the Phone 778-2876 Phone 778117185th US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

year. STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACHL COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
S. Pfttaaai Salesman O. A. Ritz Satama
.
Three bedroom newly decorated

home.Screened patio,new HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW BONUS HOMES ON
I kitchen. Newly furnished.I
Overlooks Bay. $145 a month KEY ROYALE, ANNA MARIA ISLAND? IF NOT, BE Walter S. Haidin

By the Year. SURE TO SEE THEM AT ONCE! Three Bedrooms; Two
Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living Realty Company

LAND FORDEVELOPMENT Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and Realtors
i OR Seawalled-.cn Beautiful Key Royale-AII for $18,405.

SPECULATION-- ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms

t 185 feet on Gulf Drive, and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.

More than 800 feet Deep. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
Owner Wants An Offer-
778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
Low Down Payment BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778.1917
FRAN MAXON Associate 7782307I
Accepted. JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 -



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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 18. 1962

after spending the summer and fall in \It
UNCLASSIFIED Reidsville, N. C. They are occupyingtheir
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE home on 54th Street.

(CA..... ,.JIII.... ......,..) 'Tis to one's in LORD BuolfHALEY'S .
pleasant, sure, tee name print. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mills will returnto
minimum
1.00 hich 50c
their Island home this week after
spending about eight months in London
FOR SALE: 14 foot boat; wood; -MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. Mich. Mrs. John Reinel of Chicagofor Ky., and Winston-Salem. N. C.
glassed; remotes; trailer; 3 HP Jerry E. Nortly of Bowling Green the winter. i
motor; anchor;_ oar; Anna Maria, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Seeley and family SURF POINT COTTAGES: Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Maretot of
206-75th St. Tel. 7782053. of Cannel, N. Y. Mrs. Julian G. Anderson of Mt. Prospect Flushing, L !., N. Y., are >pen FOR SALE: Turquoise convertible BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Ill. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ticknor the winter in Anna Maria.
sofa, very clean,ONLY $20. : Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Smithof Sr:, of Ann Arbor, Mich. '!r. and
Phone 7782413.; Eldorado, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mrs. C. Strong of Oak Park III. .
FOR SALE Established Shoe Store. Maxwell of Miami Beach Mr. and Mr: and Mrs C, Peterson of Woodstock
:
Income Business Property right Mrs. E. K. Cargill of Macon Ga. 111.HARDEE. Marie Jordan Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dunn of Manhasset, COTTAGE: Miss Marguerite
for Semi-Retired Couple. We teach Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jordanof
Tuttle and Mrs. Flounton of
Box 367, Inverness, LI.N.Y. Sportsmans Harbor :
Florida EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*. Woodbury. Conn.POINCIANA announce
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-- DUPLEX Mr. and the of their
daughter.
Fred Payn of Clinton Iowa Mr. : engagement
FOR SALE: Gulf Front, furnished and Mrs. Bryon Sheau of Cedar Rapid. Mrs. Harold C. James of Huntington, Miss Marie Saunders Jordan, to -
2 bedroom home; 1% baths; fire Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knut- L. I., N. Y.. for four month! Mr. Lewis Royster Melton, son of 7
place in living room; Florida room; of Ottawa Ill. WAX HAVEN: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
and seawalled lot. son Mrs. Luther Melton and the late
closed garage GULF TO BAY MOTEL: J. D. Goldman of Flushing L. I.
2218 Gulf Drive._ Peters of Tampa. MAGEE'S ANNEX: Dr. and :Mrs. Mr. Melton of Tarboro, N. C.

FOR SALE: Single bed, innerspring SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Elias Lieberman of Richmond Hill. Miss Jordan is a gradute of
MISS MARIE JORDANat
mattress, gray wooden headbOard. Robert Schulenberg of Blissfield, Mich.S. LI. Manatee High School and also
ONLY $35. Call 7782663. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. COMPARETTO COTTAGE: Mr. and graduated from Florida Southern East Carolina College in Greenville
Mrs. T. P. Hodgson of Chagrin Fall .
and Mrs. E. Cumming of Washington.
She is associated N. C. He is member of
TRADE: Are you moving or goingon N. H. Ohio. College. now a
a trip? I will trade a large storage BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: OUTFIELD COTTAGE: Mr. and with the Nansemond County Wel the Chuckatuck High School faculty

trunk and two wardrobe trunks Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lippoth of Stamford Mrs. David Fried of Jackson Heights, fare Department in Virginia.Mr. in Chuckatuck, Va.

for a used office sine desk and Conn. I.MARLER Melton is a gradute of A summer wedding is planned.
file cabinets. Call 7782088. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ralph Shaw of Columbus. Julian d'Este of Montclair, N. J. Carolina Christian College and a
ALTERATIONS en all kind of clod. Ohio. MACDONALD COTTAGE: Mr. and candidate for his master's degree How Is Your Subscription?
inc. DreMraaking Drape Phone FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Min Mrs. H. F. Pingree of North Hampton
Mr Frank Beard. 7781431. N. H.
Helen Anderson of Grand Rapids.
SWEAT COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.A. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
HEARING AID Batteries and Ac- S. Burnham of Brookline. Mass:
cessories delivered to your home LAY.Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr.
on Anna Maria Island only at no and Mrs. C. Veenstra of Katonah N.Y. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

extra charge. Hearing Aid Clinic, ... Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cleveland of
1825 -14t1a St. W., Bradenton. Ntw Castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. ClarkM.
Phone 7461905._ Gessel of Fairborn Ohio.
The Island Pnalmacu
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded Lt. and Mrs Lawrence Maher have
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto returned to the Island from San An
Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
shopping center and walkwayto tonio Texas, where they visited their future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Calf. Each lot 57H ft. front by son-in-law and daughter and family for registered pharmacists on the Island.
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor the holidays.
homes. Will sell separately. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Phone owner at 7781619. Mrs. Blanche Kuschke has returnedto

v the Island to occupy her new home. Self.Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
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FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BedroomCB after the the
: spending holidays as guestof
and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
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home with extra lot. Comple- her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
tely furnished, newly redecorated and Mrs. John Kuschke, at their homein
throughout, ready to occupy. Has Millis, Mass. Accompanying her to
gas wall furnace. Between Gulf the Island were here daughter-in-law COMPLETE REXALL LINE
and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be and three youngest grandchildren who
will spend several weeks with her. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
be 105 12th
seen to appreciated. *

Street North, Bradenton Beach. -..- A Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Porter and
Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
FOR SALE: Used 70,000 BTU Oil Mrs. Catherine McCollum of Cincinnati

Space Heater by Florence. Only Darlene King Engaged North are occupying Shore Drive the for Callahan three months.home on
US. DOBBE'S HARDWARE.
The engagement of Miss Dar # #
WANTED: Bus boy-Most be 18 or lene May King to Mr. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Ray LaFountaine of Just Arrived !
more, and willing to work hard for Boca Raton spent a few days on the
good pay.: See Pete Reynard al Paul Jones was announced last Island recently.
Holmes Beach Yacht Club._. weekend. *
Blue Denim Dresses
FOR RENT: Small first-floor apartment Miss King is the daughter of Realtor Jack Marshall who buffered
and comfortable Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. King of a coronary attack recently i* recuperating
warn anc
at Memorial Hospital in Bradenton, PAT PERKINS
By
very close to Beach and Shoppinj Bradenton Beach, and the groomto and can have visitors for short periodsof
Center. By week,month or season be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. time. He is in Room 202A.

_ Phone 7782413._. Marvin Jones of Bradenton Beach. *
FOR SALE Canal Lot on Chilson The bride-elect was graduated Mr. and Mrs. Urdahl of South Da. 3 New Styles $5.95
Avenue. Call 7782177. kota are occupying the Leonora Cottage .
_. from Manatee High School in Pine
on Avenue, Anna Maria.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 1-ton Van 1960. She was a member of the MISSES AND HALF SIZES

Body Track. Rabberlikenew. Low drill team, the "M" Club and the Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klebert have
_lIeap.l'ouleimake good caa per. Future Nurses of America. At returned from Chicago after spendingthe
ONLY $895. Call 7781217. she is employed holidays with their eon-in-law acid Button Down Seersucker $5.95
present as a
daughter, Mr. and Mr?. 0. Thurnell
BIMINI BAY LOT ONLY $3,000 beautician.Mr. I
and their granddaughters Dale and
WALTER S. HARDIN REALTY Jones attended Manatee Laurie. MISSES AND HALF SIZES
COMPANY,INC. REALTORS. Call *
High School and is at present *
7781010._ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Coffey and familyare
serving with the Nav y aboard the
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apartmea t: USS Peterson stationed now living permanently at 103
at Kev
near canal. Docking privileges. Tenth Street South Bradenton Beach.
Other rentals, both yearly and sea West. They moved here from Norwood Ohio. I
Plans made for S *
sonal, available in various price are being a June
r..... Walter S. Hardin Real)',: wedding. Mr. and Mrs. William Giles have
returned to the Island for the winter
Company, Inc., Realtors. Phone Layaway .... .,,. Phone

FOR 7781010.SALE_: 1961 Chevrolet Corral r IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT Plan mss- ..-#** rnen:
Monza Deluxe. White with blue interior. SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this I
Automatic transmission,
is the place!
1
radio A heater. Like new. Call
7781414._ ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021 CHOOSE NOW FROM OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF
I
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sake ft Solos. ,

Brmdeatoa Batch Fin Dept. NORCROSS VALENTINE Cards
ENJOY AN EVENING OF '
Frank Beard. 778.1431.
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YEAR TENANCE ROUND: Uowfef.PROPERTY sdginf MAD trill: ZENITH COLOR TV NEW FLORIDA DESIGNED CHILDREN'S CLOTHING

ing Floor cleaned and polialed TODDLERS THROUGH 14----B 0 Y S & GIRLS
Window washed and oDe 1
WITH A HOME DEMONSTRATION
Prompt and sffkkst tarries .
RENTAL LIBRARY
RaasMsbla rats reference faaiahed.

after 4:30.ISLANDER. Ken. Fellow Phone 778-289 ISLAND TV .I The Sand Dollar Gift Shop I

778-1703 Shin4 John Duyttchaver

PHOTOS: A. an add< _
service to our readers S Ly 7 ind:
enlargements of any picture appear The Best 1962MANATEE i
ing in The Islander are availabli
at $1.25 etch. Write: The Islander,

Anna Maria.SHELL Insurance COUNTY


FISHING TOURNAMENTENTRY
Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- Always

17.6c per got. over 75 gal., BLANKS AVAILABLE

18.6c per gal. under 75 gal. igUMflCC Costs Less AT

No. 2 Fuel Oil- ,
16.7c gal. Dobbe's Island Hardware
per Holmes heck 7711697or
& Marine
$5.00 minimum delivery Supply

PHONE 7434)891) 7711541YOUR If ifs General Hardware or Housewares or Gordei Supplies, we here it-

or will get it_for you 778-2311 _
DELIVERY ON ISLAND
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALERS Lorw. Boats, Scott Motors, Marroy Trailers.f. 'I
EVERY FRIDAY

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