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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 25, 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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\. VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

: Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good
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't No. 533 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, JANUARY 25, 1962 ita. decttoa usa, Pastst litsaumt TEN CENTS
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ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
THREE ISLANDERS NAMED I

I- MHS SENIOR NOTABLES Budget OKed, Committees AppointedAn

__,_.._._ _____.u._._ annual budget of 83,450 laving] the bridge tolls removed,
,was adopted by the Island Chamber \without definite results so far.tie .
t f YYF ] of Commerce at its first meet- ) said he believes the tolls area
j ing of the year Thursday. major reason for the slowness
Anticipated receipts are: 81,700 af[ the development of the Island.
,From memberships; grants from 'There is an admitted resistance
ffilYrnE j the three Island cities, SI,200, anda j factor of ten per cent according
balance from 1961 of $550. I I to the SRD, but he believes the
Estimated expenditures are: j Factor much higher than the SRD
Office rent, telephone. suppliesand t estimate.
postage, rent of school cafe- Another committee appointed
0 COUNTY teria for meetings, dues in Florida j includes the mayors of the three
af'' ,L State Chamber of Commerce :Island cities, plus Clarence E.
and miscellaneous expenses, SI,- :Brewer and Carl Scott. The committee
150 FLORIDA 320; rental and maintenance of ] was asked to investigatethe
RICK HUTCHINSON, one of thr*. signs, $100; publicity folder, I possibilities of new bus trans
Island s to d.n t* named "Senior MILES OF $300; merchants' council, $100; ,portation between the Island and
t Notable by their classmates at : billboard rental, $300, and other i the mainland, and to try and findan
Manatee High School. Rick Is the \ advertising, $1,306. acceptable solution to the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchln- WATE Chamber President Bill Lee problem.Lee ,
j son. He was a high-scoring pass appointed the following new com suggested erection of a
r.c.lv.r on the MHS football team, mittees for the year: Advertisingand four by eight foot sign at eachof
was picked as an Ail.Conferencsr publicity Steve Kimball, the three entrances to the Island
end, and received honorabl. mention chairman; Dick Wagner and John reading "Welcome To Anna
for the mythical All-State football Beckett; Signs, J. D. Webb, Jean- Maria Island." The sign committee
team. He also played baseball Paul St. Laurent and Gerry Me- will investigate.He .

at Manatee High, a .300 plus hitting KING-SIZED AND COLORFUL are the welcome signs which now greet Manamy; Membership, Francis thanked Chilson, Webb and
outfielder. In addition, h. reputedly visitors to Manatee County at the north and south county lines on bothU. Chilson, chairman; Ralph Par- Parrish for arranging and pre.
Is"a heck of a nice guy."Islander S. 41 and U. S. 301, placed through the cooperative efforts of businesses rish and Roy Ferguson: Consti- paring the fish dinner the Community
Photo) in the county and the Public Relations Bureau, part of the most tution Committee. St. Laurent and Hall in December, and
extensive outdoor advertising i i campaign ever undertaken by Manatee Erik Anderson: Road and Bridge Tom Edwards and Al Dobbe for
County, according to County Development Director Bill Geeslin. Committee, Hugh Holmes, chair- planning and running the Christmas
man; Carl Scott and Roy March- decorating contest. He extended I
HOLMES BEACH MAYOR and; and Mosquito Control AI special thanks to Harry
Dobbe and Merrill Tritt. Varley and non-member Ronald .
!ADENICE Pete Niles Won't Seek Re-Election Lee said the greatest single accomplishment McLeod for designing and having
of the chamber printed the award certificates for
I Mayor Pete Niles announced a_needs him, although he would do during 1961 was, the. erection of the decorating contest.A .
few days ago that he"does -not 'it reluctantly. He said he felt the directional signs to the Island, letter and flowers will be

intend to seek re-election in the time was ripe for a change in administration with more than -10 having been sent to Jack Marshall, a member,
-- March 13 city election. Elected in last year when he declined placed by the State Road Depart officer and director of the chamber I.
1961 for a one-year term, Niles to run, but that his healthis ment and by the chamber itself. for 13 years. Marshall is
said he had decided not to run still good, and he is anxiousto He credited the result to the work now recuperating at Memorial
again because a chemical company do whatever he can for the city. and persistence of the sign committee Hospital, following a recent coronary
BAROLO, daughter of Mr. in Mexico, in which he hasa He went on to say that the of which St. Laurent and attack. I
and Mrs. Louis Barolo, has b..n a financial interest, demands more city government in Holmes Beach McManamy were the active mem j
Drill Team member for two years, a of his time than the mayor's post had changed greatly during the bers. Beckett and Parrish were
member of the Stud.nt Council, An- He cited the named as a committee to checkon
few
allows him to give.IF past years. ap- The president also said the
chor Club and Sub-Debs, of which pointment of Building Inspector chamber had "stirred up the possible renaming of the
she is vice-president. She also Is Howard Scott (no relation) 'as populace" about the possibility of County Beach. I
Interested In water sports and Is city engineer having charge of
W going to attend Florida I Southern highway construction and main
Power Squadron Second
"Tunnel Of Love"
College. Islander Photo) tenance, thus lifting many respon-
sibilities from the mayor. In addi- HonoredA Production Of PlayersThe

tion, members of the city's L l )ard compass training aid design. Island Players' second production -
of aldermen have taken over an ed and made by members of the of the season will be the
\ increasingly large part of the ad- Anna Maria Island Power Squadron comedy, "Tunnel of Love" by
ministrative and legislative duties was awarded High Honor- Peter deVries, which will be presented .
which formerly were handled almost able Mention at the 48th Annual at the Anna Maria Community
." --, entirely by the mayor. Conference of the United States Hall Wednesday thijugh
Scott moved to the Island from Power Squadrons, held at the Saturday evenings. February. 28-
Milford, Conn. in 19S', after he Hotel Fontainebleau, Miami March 3.
J retired as an engineer for General Beach, January 1113. The same For those who have not made
.N Electric. He was elected training aid won first place, for season reservations, the box office I
mayor in 1956, and served five which the squadron received an at the County Beach pavilion 1
r J __ one-year terms. Since he finishedhis award at the District Conferencein will be open for ticket sales and I
a term as mayor Scott has un- Tallahassee a few months ago. reservations the three days preceding .
MAYOR PETE NILES dertaken several research projectsfor Attending the recent conference the dates of the play.A .
BOBBY CONN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niles said pressure is being the city, and also has servedin were District Commander close check the number
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on
Ray Conn, Is vice-president of his brought to hear on former Mayor an advisory capacity to the and Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of Hol- of reservations made ---
class, was'treasurer for two years. Carl F. Scott to allow his name mayor and board cf aldermen.In mes Beach; Commander and Mrs. during one
two and one-half hour session at
He also has been a member of the to be put on the ballot for the addition to serving as Arthur C. Johnson of Bradenton;
the beach box office showed
i Lanier English Club and Key Club, position. mayor, Scott served as presidentof and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moses, total of 229 reservations, made a
and was an exchange student last Scott told The Islander he the Island Chamber of Commerce Past Commander and Mrs. Ray: ,
year. He was a member of the track would run for office if the city ; and has been a memberof Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. George or one in two-thirds of a minute. i ij
team until he broke both ankles I the Manatee County Beach, Athorne and David Boozer, all of j
denton, Karl Squires of Petmetto
while pole-vaulting. Bob is a member Park and Recreation Commissionfor Anna Maria Island. I
and Mr. and Mrs. Eval'-
of the mixed chorus. several years, and is now serve Other squadron, members attending Joseph
arid Mr. and Mrs. Howard
; Burgess
ing, as vice-chairman of that com the conference were Mr. '
Players Card PartyThe mission. and Mrs. Edwin Hauber of Bra of Bayshore Gardens. j I _

season's first card part] SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB
the Island Player '
sponsored by A party for the members of the ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
will be held at the Anna Mari .
Anna Maria Shuffleboard Club
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7 Thursday '
Hall
at -
Community .
p.m.
and their friends will be heldat Temperatures Water Rainfall
February 1. A donation .o f ,
the Anna Maria CommunityHall 1 8am Noon 6pm HiatiJan.
SI per person will be asked am .
prizes will be awarded and re Iil. at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan- 16--58 60 58 66 59 None
freshments served. uary 30. Refreshments will be Jan. 17-52 58 59 70 59 None
Mrs. Joan Tann, Dr. Russel served, followed by an eveningof > Jan. 18-53 ., 64 60 74 59 None
Jan. 19--60-;;:.65 65 72 58 None
Springer and Mrs. Margaret Don card playing and community *
Jan. 20--60 f 61 61 74 59 None
aldson will serve on the arrangements L singing. Jan. 21--60:* 64 66 82 60 None
committee, and reservations 1c Players signed for the tournament Jan. 22--62 77 70 86 61 Noner
for the party may b who have not played are
made by calling Dr.,Springer.* CARL F. SCOTT asked to .contact the secretary.


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I Episcopal Food FestivalTo f
The Islander \
: r1P jAJAWA* FLORIDA Be Held Next WeekThe j

TELEPHONE 778-2021 fourth annual Food Fcsli- j

val of the Episcopal Cliurchwo- I
Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL men of the Church of The An. A

News and advertising...,.........MARGE KIMBALL fb nunciation will take place at till-
parish house of the church Fri
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida will
day. February 2. It open at
11 a.m. and continue until ever\. .
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. thing is sold. t
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch., Discount of 10% for One of the posters advertisingthe .
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. event carries the phrases, 'I
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. "For your next meal, for freezeror DEANERY RALLY at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club Sunday \
pantry shelf," and "For rood: followed special service at St. Bernard Mission Church. At the
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn eating plain, fancy, and out. speakers' table were, left to right John Oberle, president of
of-this-world." the St. Bernard Holy Name Society; Brother Gregory; the Very
independent weekly published every Thursday by Some of the group's specialtiesare Rev. Abbot Francis, OSB, and Col. George Kumpe of the West \.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida
1 : Curried chicken spaghetti; Coast I Inland Navigation District, who spoke on Communism.

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879.: crab casserole; fish chowder: (Islander Photo)
Florida Cracker style clam chow. Francis, OSB. Abbot Francis
der; Caldo Gallego soup; Brunswick Southwest Deanery RallyA Sadlier is a retired Benedictine

Pay-As-You-Cross BridgesMuch stew; chicken pie; chili; rally of the Holy Name Societies abbot, who served for many years 'I
pastries; cakes; cookies; sauces of the Southwest Deanery with the U. S. Public Health

has been written about why the Island has two expensive for desserts, meats and salads; was held at St. Bernard Mission..Service at its leper colony at i
marmalades, jellies and pickles.In Church Sunday morning, follow. Carville, La., who is now living .
bridges connecting it with the mainland, when one would have
the bread line, there will be ed by a breakfast at the Holmes at St. Leo Abbey at St. Leo, Fla.
been sufficient-in fact, one bridge, and a relatively inexpensiveone Beach Yacht Club. In of
offered for sale, "The Vicar's his talk he related some ,
did serve the Island for almost 35 years. Loaf," banana bread, cheese The 150 men and women at the his experiences at Carville.A .
Now that we have the two bridges, and are committed to payingfor bread, Swedish tea ring and Eng breakfast were welcomed by John second speaker was Col
them at thirty cents per east-west crossing, which at the pre- lish muffins. Oberle, president of St. Bernard George Kumpe, director of the \
sent rate of repayment, will take another 13 or 14 years. Expen- Holy Name Society, and were Manatee County office of the West
sive and a factor which, according to shrewd businessmen here, addressed by the Very Rev. Abbot Coast Inland Navigation District.
Cub Pack Meets TuesdayCub t
is responsible for slowing development of the Island to a much
greater degree than the admitted ten per cent resistance factor. Pack 7 will meet at the ''
Inasmuch as the right-of-way to the Island for the Anna Maria pavilion at the Manatee County GENERAL I INSURANCE
Beach 7:15 Tuesday, Jan 1
Bridge, from the mainland at Palma Sola Park to Gulf Drive near at p.m.
29. Theme for the month will
the Beach with of the from uary OUR
County was purchased part proceeds be "Knights of Yore." Scouting
the sale of the bonds and the tolls from the
bridge bridges are this
awards, won by pack, plus> BUSINESSCALL I
ONLY
being used to amortize the bonds, it is logical to believe that the achievement awards to individual I

toll plaza should have been, and should now be located on the Cubs, will be made. TODAY !
mainland, rather than where it is.

Why? Simply because the causeway to the Anna Maria Bridgeis Ernie
one of the popular recreation spots of the area, and there nev- CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE ,

er is a day when the causeway is not heavily patronized by sun- 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING 778-1022 GULF DRIVE at YACHT CLUB 778-2009
bathers, fishermen, shell collectors, live bait merchants, boat- 4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
men, boat racers, water skiers, picnickers, truck farmers, bird KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
watchers and various unclassified groups. Bradenton Beach Phone 778-1185 \

On a Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago, an estimated 5,000 Suiilaiid Turf & Garden j

people gathered on the causeway to watch a gala outboard racing ---FOR SALE--- ,R
event. If only the tolls could have been collected on the main- Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
land that day And anyone who has traveled the causeway recent- BUSINESS & LIVING QUARTERS--

ly can have any doubt about the work being done by Ray "Flamingo FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY and LandscapingAT
OWNER MUST Becauseof
GO NORTH
Cay" Copes, et al, now in the process of developing sites illness In family. Is offering a
for "253 homes, 200 cooperative apartments, restaurant, marina, Grocery Store with carry-out beer SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
offices and shops." Have we made our point? and wine license. Good location on
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
Corner Lot, which Is OWNED, not
leased. ALSO Furnished two-room
ANNA MARIA TIDES PHONE 778-2711
Living Quarters; Plus Trailer with
JANUARY HIGH LOW -
Florida Room and Carport. And--
25 Thur. 1:53 1.2 3:24 0.9 8:32 a.m.0.5 8:39 0.1
a.m. p.m. p.m. 14
foot
Owens Outboard Boat which
26 Frl. 2:43 a.m. 1.0 3:56 p.m. 1.0 9:06 a.m.0.3 9:43 p.m. 0.0 We Are NowA
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 has lots of extras. WILL SELL All
28 Sun. 4:58 a.m. 0.6 5:13 p.m. 1.2 10:16 a.m. .0.1 .-.........._....._'I or Part At Reasonable Price. ALLA
29 Mon. 6:37 a.m. 1.3 12:07 0.3 10:52 0.3
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30 Tue. 9:53 0.5 Buyer Needs Besides Money Is Dealer ForPHILCQ
a.m. 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 ----..-...__._ to bring his suitcase, move in, and
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add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings. -

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THE ISLANDER *e
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Hendrix, Sarasota, 2.51pound I official standings *ver recordedthis Sr., lli!hl&mlX! C.; 12 11,. J IIi J
CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing grouper, and John Sayen of Toledo \past \\c :kith the trout di- /. inN-H-d! I let San I HrnrSr.., j

MEMORIAL CHURCH Ohio 21 pound rJul"'r. vision i undergoing a clean sweep Highlands. V'C.RKDHSII .
(Non-Denominational Itrudcnton ) and two places changing; hands in { : I 10( Id. (, ?/. f nil-nil)

KKV. A. W. Beach SIMM- Capt. Soupy Davis the sherwhrad| and rrdfivh! di by A. C. Cop| !, I'railrnlwi' I IVard: .
passengers 6 Id. entered I d Rod Adarn
l"\UA" : visions. ) ,
A fisherman whom wo met aboard the Ilc'litJct also broughtin
's:3U:: a.m. Sunday S<'hool.1U Fishing in the Julf; from the Snead Island; 6 id. entered J d>
this week asked about the some fine catches during the
:.,0 ajn. Worship >ervi quotation S. Huff Terra Oia 5 Id. IJ
t\ "Tiie Gods do not subtract week. Monday's winner was A. Admiral Too, Andy Yturina, J. ; oz.
Tampa. granted !the lead in the entered dy R. C. 1Vhingate. Bra-
ST. BERNARD MISSION from the allotted span of men'sIivt'S Granger of Bayshore Gardens,
/'';("$ : m\: '. HUM.1 .". WLLbMII.LH the hours spent in fishing." with a 22 pound grouper. grouper division, with a 21 pound denton.
S'lifilule .>fM 1Ia!+i'ri Supposedly from an Assyrian Wednesday: H. M. Swihard of cptrh, edging! C. S. LeMastcr's GROLPKR: 21 11,. entered dAndy >
,M!)A\S: J5:00() and 10:00 a.lII. Ohio ':2-'J I pound'r, caught off the Rest Yturina, Tampa: 23: Id. entered .
tablet circa 2000( R. C. Findlay, 22 pound ;
WEEKDAYS:: : 8:00 a.m. A. W. Foster of grouper Ohio Hi'' early in the tournament. by C. S. Lcmaster, Akron,
Wayne ,
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. a Allen Miles Ohio 22 Id. entered d\ Joe Hue-
1'fury and lUwiliclion.WKDNLSDAYS Mrs. Jim Sage, v cc-ummu. 20 pound grouper, and W. C. Harry City, Mont.trecorded ;
: 7tO p.m. lore of the Admiral fleet, reports Melick of Bradenton, a 19 : the first entry in the red tenatzker, Homer, Mich.
some gool weather and good fishing pounder. snapper division in fine fashion, RED SNAPPER: 17 Id. entered

ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL all week. Capt. Sonny Davis' Thursday: Robert Lobau 'h of weighing in a 17 pounder, caught d>' Harry Allan, Miles City,
lU.v. Lit HATU.'F.'euU" [ Admiral Too. Montana .1 1 Id. I entered dy
; Admiral brought in some large Trailer Estates, a 22 pound from the ; oz.
grouper
THURSDAY: hauls of grouper. Jackpot winnerson and Jim Speas of Springfield, Ray Pringle's eight pound trout, Carl Pearson, Paradise Hal Trail.
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. Tuesday were: Joe Ilucpen- III., a 21 pound grouper. caught in Sarasota Bay on a pin- er Park; No additional entries.
SUNDAY: becker of Marshall, Mich., 1.1!!/! Friday: Charles Morona of St. fish, and weighed at nay View MACKEREL: I Id. (, oz. entered -
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. pound grouper; Vance Green- Petersburg, a 25 pound Fishing Center, Cortez, was good dy Mike Klein. Rradcnton: 'No
grouper.
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. enough to lead the trout fisher: other entries.
man of Oradenton, 12 pound Saturday: Sam Goulshy of In-
6:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. and Asa of men. Hul, Wellington, Holmes FLOUNDER: Id. .1 I oz. entered -
Cheney 25
grouper dianapolis, pound
7:30 :
p.m. Worship Servi ceo grouper Reach, landed a 6) Hi. I HZ. (rout dy A. C. Cope Bradenton
MONDAY Bemus Poi.it, N. Y., a 10'V, Eddy Bissel of Bradenton. 20
: to take o\cr firnl placr: fishing Beach; 3 Id. 1 oz. entered d>' Paul
6:30 R. A. pound jirouper. pound and H. M. Thomas
p.m. grouper
7:15 p.m. Study in Jeremiah. Wednesday: Earl Watson. of Convoy, Ohio, 19 pounder. in a Holme* ;cic.h < anal \\ilia a Bryan, Roann. )Ind.; 3 II,. entered
TUESDAY: Kingston, N.,Y., and D. A. Murphy mirroluri, ami urlp'mig;; it i't Island dy Paul N. Tierney, Bradenton.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. of Alliance, Ohio each a Trout and sheepshead arc the :;Murir.r :.Sun! (pl lA .S<;rad Island TROUT: U lb. entered I d>' Ray
7:15 p.m. Study in Jeremiah. 10 pounder and Reid Stern of principal catches of the pier fishermen angler, I Don Vary, letorded Pringle, Cortez; 6 II,. .1 I oz. ente .
WEDNESDAY! : Carey, Ohio. 16 pound grouper. the last few days, with an a 6 II,. ca dl. to take :bird place. !cd d\' RobertVcthinglon.. Holmes
8:00 7:00 p.m. Bible Study. Thursday: Mrs. Homer Selkeyof occasional redfish being lancW. SNOOK: 17 Ih. Jii l oz. .Mileml Beach: 6 lb. entered d.>

8:30 p.m.p.m. Prayer Choir Rehearsal.Meeting. Tekonsha, Mich., 16VL' pound Lefty Miller at the Anna Marie by Reese Morelock. I'.dmcllo: I 13: Don Var)'. Snead Island.

grouper, and Helen Craig of Bay- City. Pier reports 20 trout caughtby Ih. J B uz. tnVrcd In Sam ilcnn (Continued on Page 5),
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shore Gardens, 14 pound grouper. Carl H. Funk of Warsaw. Ind., ;
lOSE( MEMORIAL, CHURCHNonDenominutional) Friday: D. C. Smith, North 18 trout by Roy Abrams of De- -
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. East, Pa., li> pound grouper; R. troit; 15 trout and two sheeps- v fF
WICCINS W. Patterson of Grand Rapids. head by Bill Fales of Indianspo-

THURSDAY Mich., 13 pound grouper, and J. lis, 26 sheepshead by A. C. Cirp- _
7:30 p.m.:Senior Choir. H. Rogers of Port Charlotte. bell of Anna Maria, and 12
FRIDAY: !!!/ pound grouper. sheepshead b) Les Town&end; of

10:00 a.m. Membership Committee, Saturday: W. M. Miller of Up- Cass! City Mich. :

Home of C. P. Fletcher. per Sandusky, Ohio, a 28 pound .
SUNDAY: grouper, plus a 25 pounder anda a a
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. 20VL pounder; Joe Huepen- For those fishermen who not
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. becker, an 1UV, pounder, and only like to fish, but who likean
11:15 a.m. Worship Service.
additional element of chance
Frank
7:30 Missions Chappell of Bayshore Gar-
p.m. Program.
WEDNESDAY: dens, a 17 pounder. with their fishing, there are
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. Admiral Too, with Capt. Andy plenty of cash prizes and trophies
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 7. Rasmussen at the wheel broughtin offered for "best catches" in the t

7:30 p.m. Building Committee. some heavy ones on its trips Manatee County Tournament, and
Wednesday and Friday. Wednesday cash prizes some of considerable

the winners were: Jess Bowman size for certain tagged
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL of Cortez Trailer Park 32 fish, by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing

Minister LUTHERAN: Kf.v. Fr.\CHURCH\J; LIFRI.Y and 30 pound grouper; John Company. The details are SOME OF THE GROUPER caught by charter party aboard MARY K II,
Fuhrer of Lexington, Ohio, 21 ,given below. last Thursday. Boat is owned and operated by Charters, Inc. and skip-
SUNDAY: pound grouper; Ed Rice, Cran- Catches of trout, redfish, and pered by Capt. George Craig. In the party were M. M. Boring of Bayshore
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8:30 11:00 The Service.
9:45 a.m. Church a.m.School. bury, N. J., 20V-; pound grouper; sheepshead continue to pace the Gardens, his brother G. A. Boring of San Francisco, Dr. George Kolter
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, Norman Hartman, Mel-Mar Trailer first month's activity in the Manatee and his brother Ray Kolter of Dayton, Ohio.

508 74th St. Park, 12Vi pound scamp, and 1 County Fishing Tournament.
TUESDAY: Harry Allen of Miles City, Mont.,I First entries were also recordedin HAVE YOU TRIED
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. 17 pound red snapper. the mangrove snapper and red IIIi1!
8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 Friday: Maurice DeClercq, Pal, snapper divisions as anglers head- -'
74th Street. myra, N. Y., :30 pound grouper ed into the final 10 dais of Jan- Deep Sea Fishing ).

Lester Veley, Cortez Trailer Park. uary fishing.; :
CHURCH OF(THE Episcopal ANNUNCIATION) 26 pound black grouper; John i A total of 12 chr.'igr- in the] ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

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Miss Flame Contestants J Island[ Garden Club Fri. 'Erroll Ripley Joseph G. Matthews

Tickets for the meeting at 7 Erroll Ripley, 69, of 206() 75th Joseph G. Matthews, Go, of 521
-- ----. *" ---,-- J.p.m. Friday at the Island School Street, Holmes Beach, died Monday 7'lth Street Holmes Beach, died
. ,will be available at the door. January 22, at his home. suddenly Thursday, January III.
]Homemade pie and coffee will be Born in Centerville, W. Va., he lie was horn in Madison: S. I U.
!served in the school cafeteria andat came to the Island from Alma. and has 1 ben a winter visitor to
; {>, a program entitled "Glamour W. Va. a year ago. He was a the Island for ten years makinghis
]Birds of Florida" will be presented winter visitor for II years. He wasa summer home in St. Johns,
I in the school auditorium }1/y retired insurance executive.He Mich. He was an ice cream manu
Allen Hitch, president of the Man; was a member of the Center-: facturer in St. Johns. He was a t
atee County Audubon Society ville Methodist Church and way member of the Rotary Club in
and Dr. Davies Lazear. also a a Scottish Rite Mason in Piu St. Johns. '
prominent member of the society. burgh. Pa.Survivors. Survivors include his wife,
,r.r 4 The program will include showing include his wife, Dorothy': a son, James G. Mat
of colored slides of some of Marian Ripley: lliree daughter thews of St. Johns: a brother,
Florida's birds, plus some interesting Myra R. Baker of I'ill.sluirgh. Ervin Matthews of Grand Island,
,: and informative comments Kathleen R. Matthews of Melbourne Neb.; two sisters, Mrs. Mabel M.
by both speakers. All interested) and Muriel R. Schulof!: Kopperud of Omaha Neb. and

BONNIE LEE BROWN, 15, daughterof YVONNE COARSEY, 16, is the daughter J persons are invited to attend the Athens, Ohio: a son LenJE.. Mrs. J. I D. Haynes of Kalamazoo -
of Clinton. Ohio ., sister 1 Mich., and three grandchildren. )
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown of 103 of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Coars- :meeting. : -
Seventh Street South. Bonn! Is o ey of Cortex. She has the distinctionof Miss Audra [Ripley of Baltimore .
fr.shman at St. Jos.ph School, Bra- having been born in Cortez, is a Winner of the local content. Md., and f the grandcliil- Local arrangements were made :
will he given her choice of a complete
dren. Gridith-Cline Island Chapel,
by
dsnton. Her hobbles are swimming, sophomore at Manatee High, and is
dancing and horseback riding. very interested in music and out- evening or sports outfit with' Funeral ser ices will be held al and; funeral serb lees and burialin
door sports.Firemen's. all accessories: to LM purchasedfor GrifTith-Cline Island Chapel at St. Johns.Unitarian. ;
her by the three fire depart 10:30: a.m. Thursday. January' 25.;
..MI ments. In addition, her expenses with the Re\ Richard K. Wiggins ;
t Ball, and those of her chapcronevill pastor of Ro er Mrmoii.ilCommunity Fellowship
I 5 Miss Flame Contest be paid when she goes to Sara. Church. olliriating.; Subject of the sermon for the
sola to take part in the state con Crt"matiol1ill folltm. Manatee Unitarian Unhersalisl
Tickets are now on Mile for the Fellowship 10:30() :
at
test.Mrs. ------ -- meeting a.m.,
first annual Firemen's Ball to Jean Whilldin of Braden
Sunday, January 2o, will be
For B. B.
J>e held at the Holmes Beach tun. director of the Miss Manalcc Party MayorMr. '"Thoughts on How One Can Be
Yacht Club Wednesday exening. County and 111.111other beauty and Mrs. A. K. Nelson Saved," written and presented by
,F February 21, and may- i be purchased contests, will direct: the I local I contest owners of the Gulf Terrace Restaurant Dr. Henry F. James. Followingthe
l from any' member of the and will coach and rehearse will entertain at a partyat sermon there will he a discussion
Anna Maria. Braclentrn I BtMci:: or the girls in advance. the Gulf Terrace for Mayor and by the congregation.
Cortez Volunteer Fire Depart Judging; for the contest will he Mrs. Victor Reinel, Wednesday Meetings of the group are held
ments.A in evening; gown mil), and the evening, Januar31. Everone is at the Palma Sola Community
feature of the ball will be winner will be picked on the basis invited to attend and meet the Club, 67th Street West. Braden
the Hiss Flame contest when an of beauty, poise, personalit and mayor and his attractive wife. ton. The Junior Fellowship (Sunday
Island or Cortez l high: school intellect. The first and second School) clashes are held at
FRAN NIESMAN, 15, is the daughter student will be chosen as the Fire runners-up in the local contest How Is Your Subscription? 10:15 a.m.
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl NIesman of Control District's hiss Flame and will be awarded trophies.
84th Street. She Is a freshman at will then be eligible to participate Cash awards of $100. $50 and
Walker Junior High School, is interested in the state Miss Flame con $25 will be awarded the three Our luxury accommodations' ii HwaKc&BHH
In water skiing and other wa- test which will take place in Sara- top winners of the Sarasota con include
ter sports, and Is a member of the sota in May. test.
Island Squadron, Civil Air Patrol. EFFICIENCIES 'fI? Ye-
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Center, the following officers
for the current year were elected: { Complete Installations Anna Maria, Florida ..

John Zeeff, president; Hollie
Ellis, vice president; and EdwinB.

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I, January 25, 1962 THE ISLANDER I'.** + !

LEGAL NOTICES LET'S GO FISHING... lilz-ta'ged; fish worth ?')3O.) Tin JMIIVIDLAL VALCKS; OFFISH MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE j
(Continued from Page 3)IIEEPSIIEAf ) first week awards: totalled SI,700) ) CACGHT: ( :
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 'Ir!. Don Ir"i'l.Jr.. Don 11'Mlin.Mr I
A Public Hearing will be held at the : ): ') Ih. I ?/. entned "pre-tight" 100 values: 2 this week; (, previously '. f.'''trytTliiUclni rod l llr.. \l lDoblw.
clout of the regular meeting el the hy Lois .Pov\ei>, Anna Maria ; ( : o to late; SJJOOuluc.::( nu-nd,,-r. 'If \i '.;a"'-.... I'-i
Anna Board Maria of Commissioners Florida of the City of ; o III. I oz. entered hy lies! were (paid.Harris' ]. $50alues: I this! wek; 3 pn:- Chapter of H,-ta M:irj I'lu) ....ii.,nly.atl i, .
scheduled for
730 .
P.M., Monday, February 5, 1962, in regard Mrs. Evelyn Figel, Cortez.Fiahcrmeu salt water fishermen viousl)"; I In dal::; :5200 value. -n ar-alun'h'.n
to the adoption of a new Zoning e reaped the lionV share of the $25 values: 2 Ordinance and certain changes in zoning
also, the re-paying of Bay Blvd. in southwest Florida second week 26 fish h worth previously: 66 to date: 81,650 and Mr!!. \\ilJiam SpilJam: of
/SGladys Dumaine have thus! far picked up S:>25, against; ;5 fresh water fish value. Minnapoli- an- u..i'inzI,.". >|iil-

1 25; 2 1/62 Anna City Clerk Maria,, Fla. S2,() 0 for Schlilz-lajjjjed fish worth $125. The lucky catches: TOTALS: :'M this week; 17 previously Ianurul,. and aunt. .Mr. and MrVrrniM -.
caught during the Wi2 Schlitz: included one drum and one snook, ; 715: to date; S2.650 value. \ Lamp| of *\\i-nu 0- 1 R.e :.

ELECTION NOTICE 851MMMXJ) ( Florida Fishing Derby, the first of each caught in the Calchth\ \\hohrsaler areas. Mr. and Mr-. flliarlMill: of K: >t I

The City of Anna Maria, Florida, will according; to a -ond-week tally Derby this year: 10 reds; 9 January 'Mo: Aurora. \. 1'. an* ..jM-rnlin. ;: "tin* wintcr .
hold 13 an election on Tuesday, February in /arne I, whore the Derby opened shecpshead: 6 trout; 1 grouper; Ft. M\ers. I II I : St. Petersburg, 6: a! tin CarN-r Colla "- in Hra 1962 to elect a Mayor, and two (2)
Commissioners, to fill vacancies left January !J. and 3 bass. Sarasota, I : Tampa. I : lakeland,_ ton IN-a. li. Mr. and Mr-" Hill. ar. t..- I
by D. Henry Clay and James O. Ferguson Braving the rnhles-l weather The Schlitz: Fishing Derby continues :I. panillof Mr-. KiluinViii-. anal l an-
whose terms of office expire on that -H'n.lini their ,-i;lilli \\in1.. -r on lliMan.l. *-
dat. of the season and blustery wind* in Zone 1 through March: SUMMARY I : 12 Fish: Released .

PETITIONS for candidates for offices that blew up small raft warnings 31. and Cau'iht through Jan.

of Mayor and Commissioners must b. ;;" along the 'ulf coast! fur one In each :zone, one fish carries I 15. )1U02>> :
signed by t.n (10) qualified .l.ctora, Roser Memorial ChurchThe
and must b. filed with the City Clerk 21-hour period} during; the secondweek a $I(},OOO tag.; Last year a $10-I Approx. numlirr rrlfaswl: :'J.MM .-
on or b.for. 12:00 Noon, Saturday,February anglers captured :"Jl S,-h- 000() fish was snagged, in Zone 1 I. ( ): Value: &IU2.UOO.I : ( interdenominational mis-
3, 1962.
151 Gladys Dumaine, just lit hours after the Derby .Nuniln-r caught : 711=:: Value: sions program will be presented at

CITY Anna Maria CLERK, Fla., KEG NOTIC'K I SI hit: O FICTITIOUS.'' INTENTION'NAME TO opened. Thus far this year, the 82.(,;)(J. Roser Memorial Community
"'hi;! un" has eluded capture.: Total l'\CACGUT; fish: 2,';22: Church. The worship service will

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Th they undersigned are conducting do hereby a motel certifythat business IS or has any o fisherman let come Value: sW.rioO.= ; ;J.it start at 7:30 p.m. and will feature

A Public Hearing will be h.ld during at 202 First Street North, Braden- up with a 81.0W()) fish, of which All (li ish are tagged r and re- the Rev. William Harrell. a

the regular of meeting the City of of the Holmes Board Beach.of Aldermen ton Beach of FLAUINCO, Florida, under COURT the fictitiousname MOTEL there are I 10() in tame I. Two of Itasril l It)' the Florida State missionary to Brazil, as the speak

Florida on Tu.sday, February 6, 1962 and that said firm is composed of the the second week's catches: were Board of Conservation: l Malt waster er. This service, under the auspices
at 7t30 P.M. at the City Office to consider following persons whose names and worth $JOO) each: one was taggedat ; I and the Florida Came and of the Florida Chain of Missions
William
from
an applieaUon H. places of residence are as follows:
Sehwepe and Lucile Goodrich Schwe,., Robert W. Reinel and Dorothy Reinel, $50; and the rest carried S25 Fresh Water Fish: h Commission is a cooperative projectof
as owners of a parcel of land approximately 202 First Street North Bradenton Beach values. ( fresh water t in this statewidefish the several Island churches. A
210' x 160 on Gulf Drive acrossfrom Florida.
the present Shopping Center, in Ownership of FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL %O\I: I l H..Iil'; ;,' I iJerbx Holmes Beach, to have this parcel re- is as follows: Robert W. Reinel I'KIUOI: : : Jan.'M5." ); "l 1"6:2: land financed liy the Ji>. Schlitz Hrruiri" ly after the service under the direction
zoned from R-2 (two-family residence) and Dorothy Reinel. of Gloria Dei Lutheran
to C-l (CommercialS ). It is our intention to apply to the cumulative figure) Cu.
/ / H. Archer Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Aumber \JtJCJ Schlitz fish Women's group. The public is in
City Clerk Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe vited.
.. _. __ _.___._0 said name of FLAUINCO COURT caught: No one is useless in this world who
NOTIC'r; OK INTCNTIOS 1'() MOTEL under the provisions of Chap- 'Totals111is lightens the burden of it to anyone
ter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts of
UECISTIU: KicTiTiors NA.MK 1941. Pn'\i i. 1'nVeek else. DICKENS Attend Church Sunday

The undersigned does hereby certify ROBERT W. REINEL \ nush late .
that he is conducting a real estatebusiness
in the Island Shopping Center 202 DOROTHY Fir-t Street REINEL North Fresh water .j 21' 2t)
fictitious, Holmes Beach of, Florida, under the Bradenton Beach, Florida Salt water 2h 2:1:; Ie) FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
name ISLAND REALTY, '
1-25. 2-1. 8, 15, 62
and that said firm is composed of the TOTALS :U 17 7H
following person whose name and TWO LOCATIONS
place of residence are as follows: BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC -
George E. Wagner, 428 Magnolia Avenue -
Anna Maria City Florida. Houses suitable for Island climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 i4th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Ownership of ISLAND REALTY is as and conditions. Remodeling: Re Snapper anJ Pine StreetsElectric
follows! George E. Wagner. pairs: Additions. Trustworthy esti Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiami Trail Sarasota
It is my intention to apply to the mates given. Wiring FixturesNORMAN
I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for ROSEDALE Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 7459811WE
Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe ,
said name of ISLAND REALTY under Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
the provisions of Chapter 20953,
Laws of Florida Acts of 1941.
GEORGE E. WAGNER
428 Magnolia Avenue THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINF KNOW that your car appreciates the type workwe
Anna Maria City, Florida In A Romantic. Provincial French

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our FREE pick-up and delivery service. Call us any
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(/ For Better Plumbing R. C. SCHUCHARD BRADENTON BEACH (At the "Pure" Sign} PHONE 778-1115

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The Bradenton If no answer, call 778-1406 RETURNSee
PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Island Repair 6-
"Service With Interest" 722-4511

Electric ServiceWe


Service Mr. & Mrs. A. E. NELSONWILL

OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS, ALL ENTERTAIN AT A PARTY
I TYPES OF WINDOWS, HOT WATER No community can continue to grow and prosper -
HEATERS APPLIANCES PUMPS FOR:

I AND LAMPS. without assurance that it will have an adequate
Mayor and Mrs.
In the Electrical Line
Anything supply of fresh, pure water. That is our responsibilityon
All Kinds of Repairing

) PHONE 778-2813 Anna Maria Island to make certain that our Victor C. Reinel

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customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have an
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Travel Service Company
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Tropical Vista, first place team t 6 .f P
in the Island Bowling League, yF w
held onto its lead by scoring a tie
in its match with second place

VanOstenbridge Builders Friday, AND ON THE SEVENTH DAY the framework of the new sanctuary of
with Jack Colson high scorer for the Island's Gloria Del Lutheran Church looked like this. (Islander
SCHUCHARD PLUMBING team, now in second place tie in the Island
Tropical Vista, 245-584. Ray Ha- Photo)
Bowling League. From left are: Ray Schuchard Frank Moc, Chick Chapman -
verkos, 210, and Aaron VanOsten
FOUR LOW
GAMES
TOP TEN SERIES
Clyde Harmon and Steve Alex. (Islander Photo)

bridge, 557, were high for VanOs Jack Colson........................584 Ken Fellows.........................92
tenbridge.The Aaron VanOstenbridge..557 BobDeVane........................106
took three
Islander pointsto Ray Haverkos.....................542 Cotton Brewer..................... 109
win over Dick Wagner Realty. Harvey Meyer..................... 540 Bob Reinel......................... 110
(Chuck VerMett 182 Red
Kayo Tom Edwards...................... 539 Glenn Carlson..................... 110
506 Dick Connick 189-500),.
ing Schuchard, ; 3, Pete Roger Haynes......................534 SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES
Plumbing
Gene Moss.........................521
Reynard's Restaurant 1, (Fran Bob Guild...........................275
;t, Frank Moc I ......................... 514Lloyd .
Moc, 194-514; Harvey Meyer, 192- Jim W UIC h e........................ 267
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Hanson 4
540). Hanson .....................264

artments Island Bank 1. (Leon 3, Lay-Z-Liv-N Stafford, 190 Ap-, r fi E.SCHEDULE-January 26 Jack Frank Colson Moc...:::::::::::::::::::::::248 245

Vic Reinel, 482; Charlie Pike, Island Bank-Pete Reynard's Hank Niesiobedski.............. 234
191-490)). VanOstenbridge-Schuchard Kayo Keding.....................234
Stanley Insurance 3, Bayou Mar- A. M. Electric-Stanley Ins. Bob Guild...........................234
1. The Islander-Bayou Marina George Thibodeau............... 234
ina (Lloyd Hanson, 211-514
;; Dick Wagner-Island Marine Ed Wiese............................233
Lefty Miller, 189-476)
Anna Maria Electric 3, Island ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC in tie for third place. Left to right are Roy Tropical Vista-Lay-ZLiv-N Aaron VanOstenbridge..233

Marine Supply 1. (Gene Moss, 196- Ferguson, Jack Ehrenzeller, Gene Moss, Ralph Klelnbeck and Walter
521; Andy Rasmussen, 192, Jim Sparks. (Islander Photo) Announcing. .
Wuichet, 497)).
LEAGUE STANDINGS Jo Burroughs Duke, teacher of
studied with Madame
Tropical Vista....................53.5 Voice
Dorothea Manski at Indiana
Schuchard Plumbing.............49
University School of Music; Soloist
VanOstenbridge Bldrs.........49 with DC Pouw University
Anna Maria Electric..48 Concert. Choir; Director of Mu.
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart..............48 I" sic, Ellenton Methodist Church;
Island Marine Supply............44 I pS Director of the outstanding El-

Dick Wagner Realty............43 lenton's Methodist men's choru,
Stanley Insurance..........:.....40 '-. is now associated with Somers

The Islander.....................39 College music deportment.
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Island Bank......................34 4
Pete Reynard's Rest..30.5 ''I. Specializing In Children's Voice. Beginning students oil

Bayou Marina.................... 26 t... .... ages. Advanced students and coaching Speech problems
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TOP TEN GAMES .", 1) Classes available if desired.

Jack Colson........................245 ISLAND MARINE SUPPLY, now holding I a one point margin in sixth SOMERS COLLEGE MUSIC I
Roger Haynes......................211 place. Front, Jim Wuichet; second row, Ernie Schmidt and Andy Ras- DEPARTMENT
Lloyd Hanson....................211 mussen; rear, John and Hugh Holmes. (Islander Photo). Call 746-7431 For Information & Appointments .

Tom Edwards.....................210 I
Ray Haverkos.....................210 FOLDING BEDS CRIBS
WE/ RENT DIAPBABY
Aaron VanOstenbridge..204Ray PLAY PENS SALAD BAR

Haverkos....................200 SUNBATHING COTS
Gene Moss.........................196 HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS

Frank MOC..I.....................194 Linen Rental Service Sizzling Steaks
Harvey Meyer..................... 192 Bradenton Beach 778-1472
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), January 25, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pane 7rISLAND


: REAL ESTATE




FOR SALE Shop the Island first! HARRY LICENSED M. RIFE CPJtll Cox


REALTOR
DICKWAGNER UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE PAINTING CONTRACTOR :
INSURANCE COMPANYSince BONDED AND INSURED 11.m1l77S.I500

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Protect Your Real estate Investment Phone 778-1341 408 ENEMARIA

526 12th St. West BRADENT.ON, FLA. Phone 743-4541
FINE QUALITY HOMESON

OR NEAR WATER: CANALS BAY GULF
ISLAND REALTYTHE Designed and Built by

WM. B. LEE COMPANY
i HI IHHBHESBEEBEBK ESZIBiaMiHBMiBBBIi llB 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. 0. Box 328, Anna Maria
STORE IS OPENAND
7782663Look
READY TO ACCEPT YCUR LISTINGS OF ISLAND NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY That Lot ---

PROPERTY--RESIDENTIAL"}' AND COMMERCIAL-- 89 x 100 Feet.Two blocks from Shopping Center, One
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Block from Gulf3850.
GEORGE E. WAGNER, Registered Real Estate Broker
Look For These Signs 100 x 100 Corner Lot-One Block From Gulf..$4,500.
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
100 x 100 Corner Lot-.Two Blocks From Gulf..$4,000.
The BEST BUYS for the 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
50 x 100 Lot1800.
EARLY WINTERSee
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these BEFORE YOU !!AUCT I ION!! DON IRWIN, REALTY

INVEST! 2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5th--2 P.M.

In a PRESTIGE Neighbor- Corner GULF DRIVE & 46th STREET, Holmes Beach
, SEE THIS TODAY IN ANNA MARIATWO
hood-'This Two Bedroom ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA
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..:- Canal Front Home Has A 100 Foot Corner of Gulf Drive--ZONED DUPLEX-- BEDROOM COTTAGE ON CORNER LOT

Priceless View of Sarasota MINUTES TO BEACH, SHOPPING, ETC. Paved street, garage, comp'etely furnished, including Venetian blinds,
TV and 1 ton air conditioner.
TO SELL--REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
Bay! Completely Furnished,
ALL FOR
COL. CHARLES MOYER $8,900
Modern In Style-Price lowered -
1005 16th Street North St. Petersburg 7-5548 *
to .14000.2500 as
JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
down payment.85 per mo. FOR SALE Estate Sales & Rentals

. 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
LOOKING FOR A THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH, -

THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM PRIVATE HOME, WITH ADDITIONAL LAND ZONED

TO BREATHE In This Two FOR A MOTEL? We have such a property, fronting on 1 Best Buys Of The Week

Bedroom-l4 Bath Home-It's the highway and two streets, with access to the Beach.
LET US SHOW YOU PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF
Furnished, Has all built-in 3 Bedroom 2 Bath HomeIN
THIS HIGH CLASS PROPERTY. PRICED AT $35,000. -
Kitchen AppliancesLARGEGARAGE

Price Only $18,750, RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

I As little as $1,000 Down. Located Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY
at 309-59th St., Holmes
Beach. Near Shopping CenterALMOST FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV

I NEW THREE BEDROOM MODERN HOME WITH PRICE REDUCED $1,000))

ON A CANAL! I
DREAM HOME
TWO TILED BATHS, SCREENED PORCH, BUILT-IN I

! PROFESSIONALLY Designedand KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, CARPORTAND 2 BedroomC B HomeNEAR
Furnished. 3 Bedrooms,
LARGE STORAGE SPACE.
, 2 Baths. Built-in gas Kitchen, ONLY $18,000--Low Monthly Payments. THE GULF

Stereo and built-in cabinetsin JACK HOLMES, Realtor EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED-INCLUDING[ TV

Walnut-paneled living room HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY

, and dining room. King-sized Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1171 $13,500 With Excellent Termsl!
85th STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH
((30 x 46)) screened pool area- L S. Putnam Salesman. Q. A. Ritz Salesman

30 foot Dock, Double Garage, HOLMES BEACH BARGAINTWO

Wall SECURE to Wall VALUE Carpeting-A unsurpassed THIS IS IT BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

I CB HOME...-NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
: ANYWHEREI PRICE $42,000By
Appointment Only. ONLY $10,500.$1,000 Dcwn..$75 Per Month

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. SEE THIS Before You Buy--
I LARGE Two Bedroom HOME t WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
Florida Room-Nice Built-in AVAILABLEAlso

' Kitchen. All newly decorated. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
COMPLETELY FURNISHED.
US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
ONLY $18SOO--low, low
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
Down Payment-Assume Mort-

gage. .
THE FIRST OF OUR NEW BONUS HOMES ON KEY

BAYSIDE SITE FOR MARINA ROYALE, ANNA MARIA ISLAND, IS NOW COMPLETEDAND

OPEN FOR INSPECTION.BE .
i OR OTHER BUSINESS. 300' Walter S. Hardin
SURE TO SEE IT
TODAY! Three Bedroom Two
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: by 175' Deep water Ways-
Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living
Realty Company
Paved Street. $35,000-29 Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and
I Down, Or Will Lease. Seawalled--on Beautiful Key Royale-AII for $18,405. Realtor 5ANNA

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I ALSO Two Bedroom Home with One Bath. ; "
Large Rooms ; : ' 1 BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped I II and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
I Home On A Canal. Boat dock
MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
Closed Garage, 2 Bedrooms, PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
I Large Kitchen. VERY NICE 778-1010 BOB CABLE
Manager 778-1756
BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778-1917
AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT!
l, $21,000 JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307anoda


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> UNCLASSIFIEDArfvmct MOSTLY BOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

: ( P r ymtnf ........l Vis pleasant sure, io see one's name in print"-LOKD or Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
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FOR SALEi CB DUPLEX, Furnish TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jackson -
Freeman Foote and party of Greenville of Penn Yan. N. Y. ike ylatto Pltalntacu
ed. CONCRETE CARPORTS. Tiled ; Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles EAST O THE SUN: Mrs. James

Bathrooms and Showers. Fly. mln Duryea of Newburgh, N. Y.HALEY'S O'ltrien and Mrs. Stuart Wix on of Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Nuiley, N.1.IICLMES.
MOTEL C. Borne-
ute walk to Gulf, Pest Office, Shop : Harry future reference. Emergency deliveries.; We are the only
man of Syracuse N. Y. Mrs. B. W. COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. the Island.
ping Center. 'Caston and Mrs. G. S. Oakley of John J. Reilly of Taw* City Mich. for registered pharmacists on

Stockville, Miss. "Mr. and Mrs. t\\o month Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain ServiceS
PRICE IS REASONABLEI Eugene W. Lyon of Uniondalc, Pa. BURTON COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Fau and Mr. Charles liotilden Siiffern. N. Y. for
Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Deep -
and Mrs. F. I. Schuler of Jasper Ind. the srjsun.FROTHLRO.
DEAL WITH OWNER
and Beach Wear and Books General Sundries
Cigarettes Magazines -
APARTMENTS Mr .
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. : .
310 57th STREET and Mrs. Melvin Birdsong and son Natli Hamilton and Mrs. Clifford)
of Crawfordsville, Ind. Mr. and Caiirs of Red Bank. N. J.
HOLMES BEACH Mrs. C. P. Mayfield of Chester Springs IHMINI HAY RAY APARTMENTS: COMPLETE REXALL LINE
PHONE 778-1645 Mr. ail I .Mr.: E. J. Wi-'rrJit! : and
Pa.PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mr. anti Mrs.. A. S. Vandcrliih: of Open Suadays 8:30: a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Nelson of Rock Island, Ill. Ba/Mde, L. 1.. N. Y.
FOR SALE Canal Lot OtileonArcane.
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: SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and
HARBOR LIGHTS: Mrs. W. S. :
Call 7782177. Hostler and Mrs. Lillian Bellinger of -'bll. F. S. humaker of Tenants liar. Phone 771-1411 Night 7782075SWIM J. D. WEBB, Pharmaeitt

FOR SALE: 14 foot boat; wood; Vermilion, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. hur.Ir..
glassed; remotes; trailer; 3 HP John Stenzel of Kalamazoo, Mich. PRINCESS: MARTHA: Mr. and
motor; anchor; oar; Anna Maria Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Paublos of Newark Mrs. 5>am Mare and children of Wau-
206.75th St. Tel. 7782053. Ohio Mrs. Nina C. Stanfordof \\atusa, Wis.PANDA SUITSby
Midland, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
FOUND: Bracelet with Beta Sigma Eugene Mayers and Lillian Bettingerof James Hcrnion cf LaGrange, Ill.
Phi cltana.Identify and pay for ad. Chittenango, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:
Contact Ike Dobbe. Dobbe's Hard- R. H. Ballinger of New Vienna Ohio George A. Mermod of New York City
ware. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clarke of Mr. and Mrs. J. McKeehan of COLE OF CALIFORNIANANI
Tenafly, N. J. Capt. and Mrs. S. Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
WANTED: Bus boy-Most be 18 or C. Poetzel of New Orleans Mr. Heidt of Plymouth. Mich. Mr. and OF HONOLULU
more and willing to work hard for and Mrs. Charles Lahoda of Berwyn, Mrs. W. A. Richardson of Tulsa,
good pay. See Pete Reynard at 111. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kaelep of Okla. Mr. and Mrs. C. Reddish of ALFREDSHAHEENSEE
Holmes Beach Yacht Club. North Miami Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oyster Bay, L. I.. N. Y. Mr. and
Phillips of Unionville, Ohio Mr. Mrs. W. A. Jordan of Lawrenceburg OUR ROSEMARIEREIDFABULOUS
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded and Mrs. Jack Bowma of Pocahontas, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. William K. McDonald
high Iota in Holmes Beach. Closeto Ind. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Me- and (children Cindy and Patty, ALIX OF MIAMI
shopping; center and walkwayto Murphy of Atmore, Ala. Mr. and of Winter Haven.
Coif. Each lot 57H ft. front by Mrs. K. Holton of Cleveland, Ohio WEST WIND SHORES: Mr. and __SWIM___CAPS__.J
105 ft.. deep. Zoned for Duplexes Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeVries Mrs. O. C. Kelly of Dayton, Ohio MATCHINGSKIRTS
or homes. Will sell separately. of Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Bock of Daytona -
Phone owner at 778-1619. George Myles of Tawas City, Mich. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Frank AND JACKETS /
Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Swift of Sellers of Montreal.
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BedroomCB Brewster Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Roy LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mrs. 1'r
home with extra lot. Comple- Simpson of Niagara Falls, N. Y. C. Williams of Sudbury, Ont. Mrs. a
tely famished, newly redecorated Mrs. Mildred K. Webster and grand Nellie Isham and Mrs. V. Lash of
throughout, ready to occupy. Has daughter June of Woodstock, N. Y. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Maurice
gas wall furnace. Between Gulf GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Blaney of Vancouver, British Columbia
and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be Mrs. Mathew Zurich of East North. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dale Rust
seen to be appreciated. 105 12th port, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Mark of Columbus Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Zurich of Sussex, N. J. Mr. and Richard Mercer of Philadelphia, N. Y.
Street North, Bradenton Beach. Mrs: S. Zurich of East Northport, N. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McKim of Layaway Phone
Y. Mr. and Mrs. William Denkerof San Jose, Cal.
YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency Ft. Myers Mr. and Mrs. How. ROSE COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Plan t;..,...r en is w m fri 778-1161 n
Apartment; for one or two people. ard Thompson and family of Bellmore, Joe Lines of Dunston Ont. are spending .
$55 per month or $60 includingutilities. L. I.. N. Y. their 17th season on the Island.
Phone 7782776. SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr. BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS .
and Mrs. L. M. Becker of Dayton, : Mr. and Mra. W. S. Hemkcr OURS EXCLUSIVELY !
ALTERATIONS on aH kind of clothing. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Collins of Cincinnati Tom Kovalik of
Pit Minikin* Drape Phone of Union City, Ind. r; r. Mr. and Mrs. Chicago Mr. .and Mrs. C. T. STRAW HATS & BAG S---INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS
Mra. Frank Beard. 7781431. George Schlee and George Schlee Sr. Maeding of Northport N. Y. Mr.
of Fountain. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. D. B. Mifoanl of Orchard JUST ARRIVEDA
FOR RENT: One bedroom apartment R. J. Cullen of Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Park, N. Y. Mrs. W. Pape and JEWELRY
WONDERFUL SELECTION
modem. Furnished including Arthur Johnson of South Bend, Ind. Mrs. M. Rohrbach of Palisades, N. J. OFqOSTUME
H. E. Whitaker of Buffalo
linens, TV. Short walk to N. Y.
beach. Phone 7781337. pri- FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. .. Mr. .and Mrs. C. E. Jacka of IN EXCITING NEW SPRING COLORS
Tate and Mrs. Charles Lahoda of Berwyn, Carden City, L. I., N. Y. Mr. and
III. Mr. and Mr*. George Percivalof Mrs. A. R. Murphy of Maylsvsn, Pa.
FOR SALE:Established Shoe Store. Stony Creek, Ont. Mr. John CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: RENTAL LIBRARY
Income Business Property right McCoy of Bryan Ohio Charles Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Frankford of
for Semi-Retired Couple. We teach and Arnold Whitt of Ashland Ky. Quoque, L. I., N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
yon. Retiring. Box 367, Inverness, BRIDGE COURT: Mrs. Helene C. Phillip Frank of Janesville, Wis.
_Florida. Higgins of Irvington.on-Hudson, N. Y. Shirley and John Duytschaver
FOR SALE: Calf Front, furnished Mr. and Mrs. Chris Giesenhagenof Paul Endriss returned! to the Island
2 bedroom home; 1% baths; fireplace Princeton, III. Mr. and Mrs. last Meek after attending the Furniture .
in living room' ; Florida room; Martin Hartlieb of Lakeview, Ohio Show at the Merchandise Martin WE'VE EXPANDEDMORE
closed garage and seawalled lot. Mr. and Mrs. John Mihelick of Euclid, Chicago.
2218 Call Drive. Ohio. e *

NOMAD MOTEL: John D. Clarkof Mr. and Mrs. William Phelps of ART SUPPLIES
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes Amesbury, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Va. were recent house
Beach. $3,300-Terms. York Johnson of Ilonarden, Iowa guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCroneof
CORNER LOT on Paved Street. Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Moorhead of North Shore Drive. MORE MOSAICS
$2.650 Cash. John B. Prothero, Bradenton A. K. Pike of Minne. *
Broker 116-81st St. apolis.
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TELEPHONE Registered 7782554. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and I IIn.. Mr?. Ada Swans of Brookville, Ohio, MORE PAINT BY NUMBERS
Clarenn A. Jordan of 1iI"Ilich.! and Mrs. E&lhcr Garwood of Farmers-
Mr. an,1lrl'. P. M. Park and Mr. vine, Ohio, are spending a month at
SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED
and :.MrGlen Sunset Apartments.IF .
ADS have sold: Maxm of Alpena

Blankets boats books cars, coins,
dishes dryers, file cabinets, freezers
furniture homes, house trailers, lots, WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT HOBB

radios record players rugs, tele SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this
vision sets and wood, to mention G
only a few. Four lines for SOc mini- is the place! 7781020IT

mum. Call 97031. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

FOE EXTINGUISHER Saks ft SOT o
k*. Bndestoa Beach Fits Dept. WAS 10 BELOW IN CHICAGO LAST WEEKI
Fink Beard. 778-143L ENJOY AN EVENING OF
(Except At The Playboy Club)

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE .
: Mowkf ....... trinving ZENITH COLOR TV ----BUT WE FOUND A LOT OF SMART NEW ITEMSAt

.. Fleera cleaned sad polieb the Furniture Show and the Merchandise Mart
ed Windows ..... sad oiled
sad WITH A HOME DEMONSTRATION NEW FURNISHINGS ARRIVING DAILY
Pieenpt efficient eerrke .
ReioeaiMe rats rsf sago for.nkbed. STOP IN AND TAKE A LOOK--
KM Fellow Phone 774894 ISLAND TV
after 4:30.ISLANDER.
778-1703 ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
PHOTOS: As an added
service to our readers. S by 7 inch
enlargements of any picture appear The Best SPECIAL SALE
Ins in The Islander are availableat
'1.25 each. Write: The I Islander
Anna ROD &REEL COMBINATIONS
Maria.SHELL Insurance

I Casting + Spinning + Boat

Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil17.6c qq Always

per gal. over 75 gal., PRICES START AT $2.29 FOR

18.6e per gal. under 75 .). Costs Less
nguance COMPLETE ROD REEL LINE COMBINATION OUTFITSDobbe's
No. 2 Fuel Oil-

16.7c per 90!. Holmes leech 771-1697 Wand Hardware

$5.00 minimum delivery Of & Marine SupplyIf

PHONE 743-0891 771-1541 it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, wt bore It-

DELIVERY ON ISLAND or will get it for you 778-2SI1

EVERY FRIDAY YOUR BUMPS OLDEST INSUtANCC AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALER Lawn Boats, Scott Motors, Murray TroiPage *,.






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