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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: February 1, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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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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: Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


: No. 534 ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 1,1962 IS u wfi per SS> TEN CENTS


II FERGUSON AND WARNER lived in Woodbury, where he own- EROSION PREVENTION STUDY

I Candidates For Anna Maria MayorWith ware ed and business operated for a successful 14 years.hard-He OKed By County CommissionAgreement
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the 13 elec. maine, although it is understood moved to the Island two years
February city ago, and now lives with his wife was reached Friday concerning a preliminary study of erosion -
tion in Anna Maria less than two petitions for at least two poten- and two children on Chilson Avenue problems on Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key.
weeks away, and with. a mayor tial candidates for the commis- in home they purchasedsix Following recommendation by Manatee County Engineer John Ben-
and two commissioners to be sion are being circulated. Final a son, at a meeting called by Mike Klemmer chairman of the county
elected, only two candidates have date for filing is Saturday, Feb years ago. commission Chairman Hugh G. Holmes and Vernon H. Lamp of the
filed petitions or announced their ruary 3.City Anna Maria Island Erosion Prevention District Commission agreed the
Walter R. district would pay part of the cost of a preliminary survey and report by
intention of becoming candidates. Attorney Talley, ..
of Groveland.
noted
erosion
Sydney Makepeace Wood expert
in answer to a question on the
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i Others who attended the meeting were Mayor Pete Niles of Holmes
subject, said early this week thatif Beach; Mayor Vic Reinel of Bradenton Beach;Manatee County Planner
4i no candidates ran for the two Bill Vines; Harry Varley. who said he was acting as the representativeof
vacancies on the city commission 1v Island Chamber of Commerce President Bill Lee; Jimmy Howze an
he believed the commission would engineer employed by the erosion district and Francis Chilson owner
have authority to fill the vacan- of property in all three Island cities.
cies by appointment. Benson's report showed that Wood's preliminary study and report
Ferguson, who filed his peti- including criteria used and recommendations would cost $2. 000. and
suggested that the equitable way to pay that cost would be for the coun-
ry yh tion time first elect-
some ago, was ty to pay half and the four communities of Anna Maria Bradenton
I. ed to the city commission in 1958. Beach. Holmes Beach and Longboat Key to pay the other half.
Since his re-election in 1960 he
I.l I.I l He said the preliminary report seemed to him the logical way to approach -
u has served as superintendent of the erosion problem on both islands; that he had heard glowing
maintenance and construction of accounts of results obtained with the permeable piers or groins designedby
the city's streets and drainage. A Wood in the accretion of sand on beaches where they were installed.In .
native of New Jersey, he has livedin his report. Benson said however he recommended extreme cau-
Anna Maria eight years. WARNERHe tion in deciding upon the best method of erosion control and he wouldnot
:. FERGUSON He is a veteran of World WarI served in the U. S. Marine recommend installation of the Wood-designed groins until after he
Corps during World War II and had received Wood's report and had studied and analyzed it thoroughly.
Veteran City Commissioner having served with the Army ,
Another point emphasized by Benson was the necessity of a compar-
James O. Ferguson already has Air Force of the AEF. He operated while living in New Jersey wasa ison of currents and other factors along the beaches of the two islands
filed his petition as a candidate his own business in Montclair, member of several civicand and similar factors in places where Wood's structures have been successful -
j for the post of mayor, and Wal- N. J. for many years, and later patriotic organizations. He is an pointingout that a wide difference in currents might even cause
lace M. Warner a few days ago worked for the Dupont Company, active member of Roser Memorial additional erosion.
announced his intention of be- having charge of the fire, safety Community Church and has been Benson also stressed the necessity for constructive action, toward stabilization -
of nominated as a deacon. of all the beaches on Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key.
coming a candidate for the same and security department its
Warner has held and said if it were decided after a study of Wood's report that the per-
N. J. until his never public
office. Arlington, plant re
meable groin is not suitable for checking beach erosion here the search
r Up to a short time before The tirement. office, but says he believes his for an ultimate solution to the problem should be continued until some
Islander's press time, no other Warner, who announced his business experience qualifies himto satisfactory stabilization method is found. '
candidates had filed petitions with candidacy this week, is also a do a good job should he be Varley. who invited Wood to come to the Island last year said Wood
the city clerk, Mrs. Gladys Du- native of New Jersey, having elected. while here had said conditions along the Island's Gulf beach were more
nearly ideal for good results from the installation of a permeable groin

-CARL SCOTT'S.PETITION i than anyplace he knew of or had installed the piers. )
m After some discussion the consensus of.opinion authe-meeting was

As Candidate For Mayor Filed ...... .""' that the County should pay $1. 000 of the cost of the preliminary survey -
".'>' -/" the Island Erosion Prevention District $750 and the Town of Long-
boat Key $250 although no one attended the meeting represent either -
A petition carrying the names he can for the community, and Longboat Key or Anna Maria.At .

of more than 150 registered vot- he could see no reason not to ac-. ; the close ot the meeting. Klemmer said he thought the meeting f
ers was filed a few days ago, re- cept the candidacy. J.U. had been very constructive, and that he would appreciate receiving a
questing the name of former Asked about some of the prob. : letter from the Erosion District before Monday agreeing to the proposalso
Mayor Carl F. Scott to be placedon lems confronting the city, Scott the County Commission could act on the matter of the survey at its I

the ballot for the March 13 city said they are more general than Y meeting on that day. I
election in Holmes Beach. specific, and are the result of a Friday afternoon. Holmes said he had written the letter to the Com-
mission, stating that the Erosion District based on Benson's recommen-
and
John E. Holmes Jr., a memberof rapid growth of population
dation, would pay $750 toward the cost of the survey.At .
the city Board of Aldermen, business. .
of the commission. Howard
Monday's meeting county Mayor
and of those who circulated He out that

one pointed governmental Ridyard of Longboat Key said the town would pay its share of the cost I '
the petition for Scott, said tho services now cost the city BECKETTFor of the survey and the commission voted to ask Wood to proceed. r I
number of signatures on the petition considerably more than they did
was an indication of the in 1956 when he first became ten years he was a sales Island Youth Center three times a week from May
strong desire of Holmes Beach mayor, a result of letting some supervisor in the New York City through August, has 60 hays, f

residents to have Scott run again. things go undone in earlier years, office of the Upjohn Company of The Board of Directors of the nine through twelve years.
or having them done by volun- Kalamazoo, Mich., and before Anna Maria Island Youth Center "The Prep League" has 14

teers.. moving to the Island, lived in has planned a meeting of parents boys, age thirteen and fourteen

Asked about the possibility Fort Lauderdale for six years.A and youth-minded adults, to be years. }?-

an ad valorem tax or a city former member of the Health held at the youth center on Mag- 'The Pram Fleet" has 40 b. (}./ ,
utility tax, both of which have and Welfare Council of Delaware and girls. 1
nolia Avenue 8
at Saturday,
been discussed during the past County, Pa., he also was chair- p.m. With the number of c' -
year, Scott said he could see no man of the Zoning Board in Sharon February 10. A copy of a letter involved and the value J.V '
Hill. He is director of the sent recently to interested per-
immediate need for either one. a building and grounds 01 1
If either becomes -necessary, Island Chamber of Commerce and sons follows: Youth Center, the Board of Di-

the utilities tax seems to be the the Island Kiwanis Club, and past The Anna Maria Island Youth rectors feels it should have the

easiest to collect, according to president of the Kiwanis Club of Center is growing by leaps and backing of some sort of an or-
Scott. In the event the tax were Chester Pike, Pa. bounds. ganization. As the Youth Center
levied under authority voted several He said he felt his backgroundof The Board of Directors has extends its activities, we must

1 years ago, a tax on electricity public service qualifies him to been made up of a few interested have new ideas and perpetuationof
alone would net the city approxi- be of service as an alderman in persons and as members fell the Board of Directors while

mately $8,000( ()( annually, and Holmes Bearh. by the wayside for various reasons children grow in and out of its,
would have the advantage of mak- Mrs. Ruby White, a member of the Board has had to find a

ing city taxpayers out of some the Board of Aldermen for two replacement.As use.To this end we are planning a

property owners who are now years, this week announced she of today, wp have 80 Teenagers meeting of parents and youth-

SCOTT exempt from county real estate would seek re-election, feelingshe every Saturday night to minded citizens, February 10,
taxes under the Homestead Act. can be of real service after dance. Special dances and in the 1962, at which time we will forman

Scott, a former engineer for On the other hand, an ad va her two-year"apprenticeship." summer, we have up to 150 Teenagers association; enlist membership;

the General Electric Co. in lorem tax would bring in taxes _. -- .--- present. acquaint those present with our
Bridgeport, Conn., moved here in from some non-resident owners of 'tt' -- ', 1 "Little League which plays (Coatis.td o* fog 1)a
1954, and following his electionas vacant lots who now contribute

mayor in 1956, he served five nothing to the city's expenses.

one-year terms. John H. Beckett Jr., owner- .. \ ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
In 1961 he declined to run for operator of a Bradenton Beach .
re-election, and M. J. "Pete" Niles motel, but a resident of Holmes T.mp.ratur.* Water Rainfall

was elected to the office. Abouttwo Beach, filed his petition a few 1 8a m Noon 6pm High
weeks ago, Niles announcedhe days ago as a candidate for: al ;
would not be able to run for derman.He -lsWHITE- '.1.. Jan. 23--64 70 68 86 65 None
re-election because he needed has lived on the Island for . Q Jan. 24--64 75 66 80 67 None
25--64 70 66 78 68 None
more time for business interestshe 18 months, is married and has -. Jan. 80 66 None
Jan. 26--65 75 70
has. five children. He is a native of : .. "0 ': Jan. 27--67 74 70 78 67 .2
Commenting on the filing of the Sharon Hill, Pa., and a graduateof Jan. 28--65 68 64 72 65 None
petition, Scott said this week hishatch N Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Jan. 29--50 56 54 70 64 Noner

is still good,? and he is and Science, and is a regis-
anxious to do whatever service tered pharmacist in Pennsylvania.



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 1, 12 l


The Islander L ANNA "MARIA, FLORIDA Roser Guild Meeting There Is No SubstituteFor

Group 3 of Roser Memorial
TELEPHONE 778-2021
Church will
Community sponsoran

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL afternoon of "Artistic Arrange Experience -
(AD ments" at the church at 1 p.m.,
News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL Tuesday, February 6.

Moil Address Anna Maria, Florida Mrs. Arthur Jacks, National In City Government
Flower Show judge for many

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in years, will make arrangements for
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. "every day" from foliage and .
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for flowers which are readily foundin :
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. most home gardens.Mrs. .
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Harry Karr will demon.
strate making of "flowers" out of JIM FERGUSON FOR MAYOR
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn
vegetables to decorate various THE CANDIDATE WITH.

independent weekly published every Thursday by foods.A -
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida tea will follow the demonstra- EXPERIENCEPROVENABILITY
l tions. Tickets may be obtained AND PROVENINTEGRITY..THE
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. from Mrs. Robert Carlin. Inter t .

ested women are asked to call CANDIDATE f (

Don't Be A LitterbugOne 778-1893 or 7782120. The pub. WITH YOUR BEST
lie is' invited attend.
of the ever-present and unpleasant problems faced by to INTEREST HIS CONCERN! .,
Islanders is that of cleaning up after scores of off.bland'isitors
have enjoyed a big day at the beach. Episcopal Food FestivalThe

Seemingly although of course uch is not the case with fourth annual Food Festi
many visitors to tho beaches spending a day at the beach means val of the Episcopal Churchwomen -
making as much mess as possible. At least, a sufficiently large per. of the Church of The Annun
centage of these by-the-day visitors espouse this philosophy to give ciation will take place at the IF YOU, THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF ANNA MARIA, ,
the Anna Maria Bay Park and the beach at the south end of the parish house of the church Fri 1
WERE PLANNING TO HIRE SOMEONE TO FILL AN EXACT-
Island after hard of the of circus
a day. something appearance a day, February 2. It will open at
lot after the has been lowered but before the has been
tent area 11 a.m. and continue until every ING POSITION, A POSITION INVOLVING MANY PROBLEMS--
: cleaned. thing is sold.SEE'S.
I Both these areas )have been provided with trash cans whichare WOULD YOU HIRE THE PERSON WHO WAS FAMILIAR WITH

emptied on a regular schedule but many of the visitors seem .
THOSE PROBLEMS- WHO KNEW HOW TO SOLVE THEM-THE :
to feel no responsibility to use these receptacles, preferring to
drop empty beer cans, pop bottles, paper cups and plates, watermelon r *, PERSON WHO HAS PROVED HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE JOB
rind and other dpbris wherexer it land! for someone elseto \
THE PERSON WITH EXPERIENCE? THE ANSWER ISOBVIOUS
I clean up.Obviouslr.
, these Jitterbugs are the same people, or at least ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATSErnie's SO WHY DO ANYTHING LESS IN ELECTING YOUR MAYOR?
fellow travelers of those who throw their garbage and trash at

the side of a highway, hoping I that some unknown but miraculous
, force will spirit it away. AT THE CITY ELECTION ON FEBRUARY 13TH--
I The same condition exists on many other parts of the Gulf CAMERA & PHOTO SHOP

shore where there is access to the beach via street ends or walkways, 24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE WITH EXPERIENCEI!
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING
and in, many cases these visitors do not hesitate to extend the
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES
nuisance to clearly defined private lawns, gardens and yards.
Bradenton Beach Phone 778-1185
VOTE FOR CITY
COMMISSIONER JIM FERGUSON
One suggestion; ; has been made not too seriously as a \
method of counteracting and perhaps correcting at least part of the
situation. It is to enlist a group of volunteers, necessarily a large Income Tax ServiceFOR FOROMAYOR
group, to ascertain who the offenders are by taking car tag numbers APPOINTMENT CALL 1
and then delivering to the home of each a large package of beer
cans, etc. suitably gift wrapped. We feel that the plan is not George L. ThibodeauPhone ..
without merit. PAID POLITICAL. ADVERTISEMENT j
\ 778-1530 or 746-6150 j

ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

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1 Thur. 12135 p.m. 0.7 827 p.m. 1.6 3121 a.m. 0.9 1:30 p.m. 0.6 FREE EXHIBIT
2 Fri. 1.0. p.m. 0.7 9t19 p.m. 1.7 4,12 a.m. 0.9 2:33 p.m. 0.6
3 Sat. 1:21 p.m. 0.7 lOtll p.m. 1.8 4s 57 a.m. -1.21.2 3:32 p.m. 0.6
4 Sun. 1.30 p.m. 0.7 11&02 p.m. 1.8 5s 39 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 0.5
5 Mon. 1..1 p.m. 0.7 11s55p.m.2t25 1.7 6,18 a.m. 1.2 5:27 p.m. 0.3
6 Tue. 2100 0.8 .... .
p.m. N- -- -- 6,55 a.m.1.0 6:24 p.m. 0.2 SUNDAY AFTERNOON
7 Wed. 121..5 a.m. 1.5 p.m. 0.9 7,31 a.m. 0.8 7:24 p.m. 0.0
8 Thur. 1..1 a.m. 1.3 255 p.m. 1.0 8:06 a.m. 0.6 8128 p.m.0.1
9 Fri. 2x41 a.m. 1.0 3129 p.m. 1.2 8:40 a.m.0.3 9138 p.m. 0.2
10 Sat. 3152 a.m. 0.7 4:08 p.m. 1.3 9113 a.m. 0.1 10:57 p.m.0.3 and WEEKDAYSRARE
11 Sun. 5&27 a.m. O.of 4s55 p.m. 1." 9:46 a.m. 0.2 -..-..--..--
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15 Thur. 12111 p.m. 0.7 8s50 p.m. 1.5 3:49 a.m. 0.8 1.59 p.m. 0.6 DEEPWATER
16 Fri. 12138 p.m. 0.7 9:41 p.m. 1.5 4:31 a.m.0.9 3102 p.m. 0.6
' 17 Sat. 12157 p.m. 0.7 10:26 p.m. 1.5 5:06 a.m. 0.9 3,52 p.m. 0.4
18 Sun. 1106 p.m. 0.7 11:06 p.m. 1.5 5,35 a.m.0.8 4,36 p.m. 0.3 FISHSHELLS CORALSand
19 Mon. 1.05 p.m. 0.7 11,44 p.m. 1..4mmmm 6:01 a.m. 0.8 5,17 p.m. 0.2 ,
20 Tue. 1.12 p.m. 0.7 --.N...- 6:26 a.m.0.7 5,58 p.m. 0.1Wed.
12121 a.m. 1." 1:28 p.m. 0.9 6:51 a.m.0.6 6,40 p.m. 0.1 '
2 tiut. 100 a.m. 1.3 1151 p.m. 1.0 7:17 a.m.0.4 7,24 p.m. 0.2 : CRUSTACEANS
2, U. 11..3 a.m. 1.1 2:17 p.m. 1.1 7:44 a.m.0.3 8,13 p.m.0.2 .
2i. \ 2130 a.m. 0.9 2:46 p.m. 1.2 8:12 a.m. 0.1 9:08 p.m. 0.3 '.
2\'L%, '3128 a.m. 0.7 3:20 p.m. 1.2 8:39 a.m. 0.1 10,12 p.m.0. TAKEN 135 MILES OFF ANNA MARIA ISLAND IN THE .:
,/ .cc" a.m. 0.5 3:58 p.m. 1.3 9100 a.m. 0.2 11,25 p.m.0.5 ,
21 l vi. 6:41 a.m. O.of 4:49 p.m. 1.of 8:12 a.m. 0.3 ---.----- GULF OF MEXICO, AT DEPTHS UP TO 800 FEETII!!
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I:, February, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3 I

J dozen divisions were establishedlast Shop, Cortez.

CHURCHESHARVEY Let's Go week as fishermen made an WALTER JOHNSON Bradenton -

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Fishing all-out effort to top previous landed a 4 lb. flounder to
( ) standings and come in with ease into second place in that
,/ Uradenton Beach A full week of good fishing has been reported by Mrs. Jim "money" fish for the first division by 4 oz. over Paul Bry

-_ REV. A. W. SIMM.SUNDAY Sage, vice-commodore of the Admiral fleet, with some exceptionally month's effort. an's earlier recorded e n t r y.
r : TWO NEW entries in the red- Johnson landed his fish in Sara-
fine catches of landed.
9:30: SundaySchool.1U:30 grouper
I a.m.
fish division were good for sec
sota shrimp and weighedin
Bay on
1\. ajn. Worship Service. Jackpot winners aboard the Admiral Sunday were as follows: ond and third with A. C. Cope'searlier at Bay View Fishing Center,
I L. C. Bricker, Anna Maria, 20 pound grouper; Doc Dixon, Sara- catch of 10 lb. 6 oz. still Cortez.

ST. BERNARD MISSION sota, 16% pound grouper. standing at the head of the class. Three big catches in the group.
I'ricst
: KKV.S FKA!>CI of* MaMSUNDAYS i. WELS111LLIREhedule Monday: Clarence Hammond, Cortez Trailer Park, 177 pound Right behind at 9 lb. 14 oz. wasa er class resulted in the ".beadache"
catch by Harry Wharff, Brad-
WEEKDAYS: 8.00 and 10.00( ajn. jewfish; ReidSteen, Carey, Ohio, 24 pound grouper; Lester Veley, enton. fishing in the Upper Man- ence Hammond mentioned, Cortez earlier.Trailer Clar
: 8:00 a.m. Delaware, Ohio, 22 pound grouper. atee River with a mirrolure and
HOLY DAYS 8:00 and 6:00 enterd 177 lb. jewfish
: a.m. p.m. R. L. of Sarasota and in Arnold's Service Park a
Horary and Benediction. Wednesday: Raney George S. Berg of weighed at caught off the Admiral on pinfish -
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m Auburn, Mass. tied for first place, each catching a 20 pounder, 'Station, SR 64. In third place and weighed at Cortez Fish
with Edward F. Porter of Warren, Ohio next with a 17 pounder. 'was Walter Johnson's 8 Ib. red- ing Center. Maurice" DeClercq
fish caught in Sarasota Bay
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Jim of Ill. 17 on Jet Trailer Park, entered a 27-
Thursday: Speas Springfield, pound grouper; H. shrimp and weighed in at Bay
Rr.x. LIE KATLIFF. Pastor A. Templin of Colon, Mich., 14 pound grouper, and Mildred Lewisof View Fishing Center Cortez. pounder, caught off the Admiral
THURSDAY Too on pinfish, also weighed at
:
Richmond Va. 12 Six entries in the.
a pound scamp. mangrove
3:00 Jr. G.A. and Sunbeams. Cortez Fishing Center, while i
7:15 p.m.p.m. Study In Jeremiah. Friday: Fred Quackenbush of Cortez Trailer Park, 24 pounder, snapper former division. completely Joe B. T. Rogers placed a 26-pounder

FRIDAY: and Andy Crilly, Blanchard, Ohio, a 22 pounder. Huepenbecker.changed Cortez'standings.fisherman into contention, also caught from
7:15 p.m. Study In Jeremiah. Caroline Ft. Meade 24 black the Admiral Too on cut bait. *
Saturday: Douglas, pound grouper entered a 3 lb. 8 oz. catch from
Ken McKendree, tournament
SUNDAY: ; Mrs. H. Baker, Cleveland, Ohio, 14 pound grouper, and Curtis the Admiral fishing with cut chairman has called for a meet-
9:45 a.m. Sunday School.
Emond, Sarasota, 12 pound grouper. bait and weighed at the. Cortez ing of the rules committee to
11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Fishing Center, to hold hon-
6:30 p.m. Jr. Choir and Jr. Train- Admiral Too, Sunday: Carl Ballreich, Tiffin, Ohio, 42 and 37 ors. Next in line is a top 14 oz. consider the status of the 177 lb.
ing Union. both haul! Lester Ottwalder Utica jewfish. "There is no Qoubt that
pound grouper, caught on one mangrove snapper caught in the
jewfish carried in most fish
are
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. N. Y., 33 pound grouper; Ed Kuhrt of Toledo, Ohio, 31 pounder, Gulf on shrimp by Marshall Me directories as either 'G rea tGrouper'

MONDAY 6:30 : R.A. and Blanche Rogers of Vermilion, Ohio, 30 pound grouper. Mann, Bradenton, and weigl 3d or Warsaw Grouper',"
p.m. at Turner's Sea Food and Tackle
7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. Wednesday: Guy M. Jones, Bradenton, 23 pound grouper; Cle- Shop, Cortez. Holding third spotis McKendree stated. "Further, the
WEDNESDAY: ment Moraot, Kalamazoo ,Mich., 21 pound grouper, and Clarence a 12V& oz. catch by Mildred committee may have erred in
7:30 p.m. Business and Prayer Boons of Palmetto, 20 pound grouper. McCarty Dewey Beach, Dela not defining the grouper division
more specifically. It was not our
Meetings.8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Saturday: William TenEyck of Bucyrus, Ohio, 30 pound red ware. Caught in Tampa Bay on intent to permit jewfish entries,

snapper; Charles Carl of Versailles, Ky., 22, 21, and 20/2 pound shrimp Hawker's, the Market fish was, Bradenton.recordedat ,but the rules committee will give

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDeeomiButioMil grouper, and C. C. Creamer of Covington, Ky., 17 pound snapper. Mr. Hammond's catch every consideration
Ray Pringle, veteran Cortez "
the chairman said.
<1< ( ) Over the weekend the Admiral Too took load
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. out a capacity angler, snared a 22 lb. 9 oz. He promised quick action "anda
WlCCINS of passengers on a four-hour sight-seeing cruise, and cleared a snook to wrest top honors from solution satisfactory to all."
THURSDAY: total of $86.75 for the March of Dimes. Reese Morelock's 171* pounder, However, all weighing stations
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. entered on the first day of the and entry points are being furn-
SUNDAY: Also some fine catches of grouper made by the passengers on tournament. Pringle landed his ished with a more definitive description -

9:00 a.m. Worship Service the Best Bet. On Monday Ike Follis of Springfield, Ill. won the fish in Sarasota Bay, fishing with of "grouper" that will
10:00 live pinfish, and weighed in atTurner's exclude any recurrence: according -
a.m. Fellowship Hour.
10:00 School. jackpot,with a 20 pounder, with Jim Speas, also of Springfield, Sea Food and Tackle to McKendree.
a.m. Sunday
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. second with a 14 pounder, and Robert Lobaugh of Trailer Es- .
tates third with a 13 pounder.
12:15 p.m. Fellowship Hour. ...
5:30 p.m.Fellowship Supper. Tuesday: Arthur Wambbichler of Inkster, Mich., 22 pounder; .

" 6:30 p.m. Adult Program. W. M. Miller of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, 14 pound grouper, and B.

6:30 p.m. Intermediate and Senior Petrie of St. Paul, Minn., 13 pound grouper. T

TUESDAY Youth Fellowship.: Wednesday: W. C. Dean of Berkshire, N. Y., 18 pounder. A f8" } i Y

1:00 p.m. Roser Guild Tea. Friday: Bryce Rogers, Bradenton, 35 pound red grouper.

7:00 p.m. Couple's Club Meeting. Saturday: C. F. LeMaster of Akron, Ohio, 21 pound grouper.
Hosts and Hostesses: Mr. and Mrs. Crew members and other passengers agree that the 21 pounds of
I George Norwood and Mr. and Mrs.
John Stephens. grouper weighed in was only about half of LeMaster's fish, the

! WEDNESDAY: other half having been eaten by a shark. Cecil Morley of Palmetto -

9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. was second with a 20 pounder, and R. M. James of Akron,

j-:. '7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 7. Ohio, third with a 15 pounder.
t 7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. *

THURSDAY: At the Anna Maria City Pier, a foolhardy school of mackerelput
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board. GOOD SHIP ADMIRAL on March of Dimes excursion cruise.
F' in an out-of-season appearance Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Cowherd of Bradenton caught 31, and Jimmy Schambers
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN HAVE YOU TRIED *
CHURCH accounted for a few more. dar

i Sinister: Rr.,". FRANK LURU Top catches ofsheepshead were made at the pier by A. C. -

; SUNDAY: Campbell and Les Townsend. Deep Sea Fishing *
*
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service.
9:45 a.m. Church School. She e p she a d were the principal catch at the Rod and Reel ABOARD THE_ ADMIRALS?
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, Pier, with Frank Miller of Bowling Green and Mrs. J. W. Welch of

TUESDAY 508 74th: St. Anna Maria having the top catches. Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard

7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Twenty-seven midnight, Jan. 31, tournament Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
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74th Street. ache for the tournament rules for consideration in this Elgin Water Softeners and Filters
committee, were recorded in month's event. After midnight,
the slate is wiped clean and
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Manatee County's "Fish for
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second month of the four-month _
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YOUTH CENTER. Epsilon Alpha Meeting
I Island Bowling League
(Continued from Page 1)) Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta

facilities, aims and hopes for the Sigma Phi met at the new homeof
Mrs. C. E. Brewer of
future of the Youth Center and Key
last week. A
elect a Board of Directors for Royale program
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1962. "Self Analysis, was led by Mrs.
John with each
As parents of the children Who VanOstenbridge,
member The anniversary
taking part.
participate in the various activities
dinner held at the Bra-
was
d ; we know YOU want the best
denton Cabana to the .
prior sorority's
Youth Center available to them.
____ F_..__ .. _Hm__ b$ < We look forward to seeing you charity ball at the city
auditorium. Members and
Y SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 guests
Sp ,
Tropical Vista clung to its leadin d yin l w attending were Mr. and Mrs.
1962 8:00 P.M. A.M.I.
the Island Bowling League YOUTH CENTER. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Friday evening by taking three Sincerely, Shell, Mr. and Mrs. George Nor
points in its match with Lay-Z- The Board of Directors wood, Mrs. Norma Torgeson,
Liv-N High individ- Mrs. Fran Maxon, Mr. and Mrs.
Apartments. .4 Father Gerald K. Lowe, Chrm.
ual scores were: Roger Haynes, Mrs. Sam Adams: F. David Ted Tripp-Curtiss Tripp, Dr. and
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE team Dick Mrs. Charles Weaver, Dr. and
representing Wagner Realty, now
199-549; Ed Wiese, 191-501. Boozer; Mrs. Robert DeVane;
at the top of the second division in seventh place. Left to right are: Mrs. Charles Ball, Mr. and Mrs.
Second place Schuchard Plumb- Mrs. Tom Edwards George En-
Dick Connick, Dick Swauger, Earl Parks, Bud Hottman and Dick Wagner. ; Van Ostenbridge, Mr. and Mrs.
ing gained on the leaders by win- (Islander Photo) gel; Dr. Roy Gunther; Roy Mar- Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr., Mrs. 11
ning all four poin ts from VanOs- chand; Lefty Miller; Gene Moss; Nancy Murray and Mrs. Thomas \
AI Robson.
tenbridge Builders. High scores Butcher. 11!
were: Clyde Harman, 230-573;
Ray Haverkos, 193, Dan Knauf, Bud Hottman....................198 FOUR LOW GAMES

545. Chuck VerMett................195 Earl Mo wry........................83
Other team and high individualscores Chick Chapman................. 195 Mel Akins..........................94
are as follows: Stanley Roger Haynes.................. 195 Cotton Brewer...................102

Insurance 3,Anna Maria Electric n td TOP TEN SERIES Pat Flanagan....................104

1. (Clyde Blue, 215, Lloyd Hanson M C Clyde Harman.................. 573 Dutch Bach...................... 104

557; Roy Ferguson, 188- t Frank Moc........................571
502)). 'Y Lloyd Hanson.................. 557 SCHEDULE-February 2
The Islander 3, Bayou Marina 3'R Roger Haynes.................. 549 Island MarineLayZLivNChuck
1. (Chuck VerMett, 195-549; Lef- : VerMett................549 A. M. Electric-Island Bank

ty Miller, 190-509). '\1 i Dan Knauf........................545 Pete Reynard's-Dick Wagner
Island Marine Supply 3, Dick ,." Andy R smussen............... 544 Tropical Vista-Stanley Ins.
Wagner Realty 1. (Hugh Holmes, 't 'l. Bob Guild........................ 532 The IslanderVanOstenbridgeGeorge :fl'
190, Andy Rasmussen, 544; Bud ,.... Slee......................529 Bayou Marina-Schuchard I

Hottman, 198-517)). EIGHTH PLACE Stanley Insurance team. From left, John Duytschaver, Hugh Holmes..................522 How Is Your Subscription?
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3, Lloyd Hanson, Roy Gunther, Clyde Blue and Earl Drew.(Islander Photo)
Island Bank 1. ( Warner
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187,.George Slee, 529; Vic Rein-
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Tropical Vista................. 56.5 the famous Bauerle Family of Chicago--Each a masterof

Schuchard Plumbing.......... 53 i hair design, with National and International Awards.
Anna Maria Electric.......... 49
r MISS BAUERLE considered Hair
VanOstenbridge Bldrs..49 is by leading Designersat

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart............49 Fashion Centers as a creator of outstanding Coiffures.

Island ........ 47
Marine Supply. MISS BAUERLE'S services are available at no extra cost
Dick Wagner Realty...........44 M
by appointment only. .
Stanley Insurance..43
The Islander....................42 COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE AVAILABLE BY OUR COM-
Island Bank.....................35 PETENT STAFF: Miss Bauerle of Chicago-Mrs. Donna John- .
Pete Reynard's Rest......... 33.5 THE ISLANDER team, obviously holding back for bets and counting on son of Bradenton--Marylou Holyfleld of Anderson, Indiana
a last>half surge to finish in first place. Left to right are: Harry Calla- PIERRE'S BEAUTY STUDIO PIERRE H. DUBA, OWNER
Bayou Marina...................27
han, Chuck VerMett, Earl Mowry, Kayo Keding, Pat Flanagan and Ken 4500 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Island
TOP TEN GAMES Fellows. (Islander Photo) Call Collect-Bradenton 778-2041

Clyde Harman.................. 230
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Lloyd Hanson................... 207 WE RENTHIGH PLAY PENS DIAPERS
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February 1, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 5


LEGAL NOTICES Bridge Tolls Up SharplyA St. Bernard Men's Club Unitarian FellowshipThe MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE .

NOTICE Public Haorina OF PUBLIC will be HEARINGA held at the report from the Revenue :Men's Club of St. Bernard Subject of the sermon at the A recent visitor to the Island was

close e! the regular m.*Ung of the Projects Division of the Florida Mission Church will meet at the of the Manatee Unitar- former resident Tommy Kovalik of
meeting Chicago/ of Mr. and Mrs.
Board of eon Lloyd
Commissioners of the City of
State Road shows
Department an Holmes Beach City Office at 7:30
Anna Maria, Florida, scheduled for 7:30 -Universalist Fellowship on Kovalik.
P.M., Monday, February 5, 1962, in regard increase in the revenue from the p.m., Tuesday, February 6, to 4 will be "Is *
to the adoption of a new Zoning two toll bridges to the Island in work on the plans for the club's Sunday, February Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Ordinance and certain changes in zoning World Domination the Aim of the
Bauman of 74th Street have been Mr.
December of 9.3
; also, the re-paring of Bay Blvd. per cent over annual barbecue at the church on "
ISI Gladys Dumaine the amount collected in Decenvl Sunday, February 25. All Catholic Soviet Union? The subject is and Mrs. Charles McDowell and son
Derrek of Hollis. L. I., N. Y.
Clerk
City ,
taken from the book Man
lay
l her
1960.
1 25} 2 1/62 Anna Maria Fla. men of the area, both resi- e e
The report shows that 5K.-130 dents and visitors, are invited to Prevail?" by Dr. Eric Sromm, a
vehicles used the Cortez Bridge attend. noted psychoanalyst. Dr. Sromm Thomas Karkhoff, son of,Mrs. Do-

The City ELECTION of Anna Maria NOTICE, Florida, will during the month, paying a total has a worldwide reputation in rothy Karkhoff of 58th Street, is at

hold an election on Tuesday, February of $ {,767 in tolls, an increase of psychiatric work and teaching, home for two weeks. He is stationed -
13, 1962, to elect a Mayor, and two (2)) Card Party Winners at Lowry Air Force Base, Den-
Commissioners, to 1111 vacancies left 2.1 per cent in revenue over De. and is the author of several
by D. Henry Clay and James O. Ferguson cember, 1960. A total of iU9K Winners of door prizes at a books. ver, Col.

date., whose terms of office expire on that vehicles crossed the Anna Maria card party held at the Longboat The fellowship meets each 005

IS/ Gladys Dumaine, Bridge during the month paying Key Fire Station recently under Sunday at the Palma Sola Com- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stuart of Pe-
CITY CLERK, S12,1CO in tolls an increase of the sponsorship of Stella Maria oria, HI. are vacationing at Sun-
Anna Maria, Fla. munity Club at 10:30 a.m.
15.1 per cent over )December, Circle of St. Bernard Guild were: Swept Apartments for the 14th win-

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1!)60. Mrs. Ella Taylor, Mrs. Frank ter.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME New, Mrs. Hilda Regcraft, Mrs. Cast Chosen For .

The undersigned does hereby certify Edith Peyser, Mrs. Bertha Bauer, "Tunnel Of Love" Guests this week at the home of
I that he is conducting a real estate Roser Memorial Church :Mrs. Thomas Allen Mrs. Shirley
.' .business in the Island Shopping Cen- Casting for the Island Players Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Kimball of Anna
ter, Holmes Beach, Florida, under the Roser Memorial Community, Pelton, Mrs. Ralph: Brown, Mrs. Maria have been their
second of the daughterinlaw -
production season,
fictitious name of ISLAND REALTY, Church has Sun.. Lola McCormick Mrs. Paul
that said firm is composed of the organized a new "
and "The Tunnel of Love, was com and grandson, Mrs. William G.
''following person, whose name and day School class for adults. This i Freeman, Mrs. Ann Rittinger,
follows pleted last week. The cast will Kimball and Bill of Wilmette,
place of residence are as : son
428 Magnolia Avenue class, known as The Pairs and I Mrs. Claire Seeley, Mrs. Jim
George E. Wagner include Doyal Raeburn Helen
Ill.WOMAN'S.
Anna Maria City, Florida. Spares Class, will meet each Sun.. Johnson, Mrs. E. W. Schafer, Mrs.
and Helena
Peters Art Nicolet
Ownership of ISLAND REALTY is as : Hazel Talman and Mrs. Harriet ,
day at 10:00 a.m. and will be ospecial' f
follows: George E. Wagner. Burnham, all well known on thePlayers' CLUB BOARD MEETS
It is my intention to apply to the interest to the young; Michlon.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for adults in the church. The first t stage, plus newcomers The executive Board of the
Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe Glenna Snyder and Nina Steffens.
unit of will be "The Development Anna Maria Island Woman's Club
said name of ISLAND REALTY under study
Club will be
Star Meeting The play presented at
the provisions of Chapter 20953, of the Bible." will meet at the home of Dr. Jane
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. the Anna Maria Community Hall
The Anna Maria Island Star
GEORGE E. WAGNER The. Sunday Evening Adull t Carbon i, 112 Sea Horse Laneat
428 Magnolia Avenue Club will meet at noon, Tuesday, Wednesday through Saturday eve
at 6:30 2 3.
Program beginning
p.m., p.m., Saturday, February
Florida 28-March 3.
Anna Maria City nings, February
: 6 the Annie Silver
will conclude its series of discus February at All board members are urged to

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO sions on the "History of The Old l Community Center. Officers will i'I' I Is Your Subscription? attend.
be installed following a luncheon,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Testament. This course has beer l -----
under the leadership of Mr. Carl]I l Members and visitors are askedto
The undersigned do hereby certify Scott. take their own table service.
that they are conducting a motel business FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
at 202 First Street North, Braden-
ton Beach, Florida, under the fictitious
name of FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL, BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC TWO LOCATIONS -
and that said firm is composed of the
following persons, whose names and Houses suitable for Island climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
of residence follows and conditions. Repairs .
places are as : Remodeling.
Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
Robert W. Reinel and Dorothy Reinel, : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota
I 202 First Street North,Bradenton Beach, given. Wiring FixturesNORMAN

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Ownership FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL -
is as follows Robert W. Reinel Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 Day 7782143 Phones Nite 778-2059
and Reinel.
t Dorothy ( i BaBiWE'RE
It is our intention to apply to the
I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for i
Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe F" FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE PLEASED that so many of our customers are tak-
said name of FLAMINGO COURT a Romantic. Provincial French
\ MOTEL under the provisions of Chapter Atmosphere ing advantage of our free pick-up and delivery service, a
! 20953 Laws of Florida, Acts of

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 1, 1962

Dr. Charles Thigpen I -:71

Dr. Charles Thigpen, 66, of CUE LINES. w J J .... -"II--...... ...
106 Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria .
died suddenly late Saturday
evening, January 27, at his resi by Helen Bradley
dence. A winter visitor to the Island -
for five years, Dr. and Mrs. It's The Tunnel of Love next for the Island Players, and rehearsals -
Thigpen had arrived here from are under way for this riotous three-act comedy by Jos-

their home in Tuscumbia, Ala. eph Fields and Peter De Vries, to be presented at the Anna Maria
the day of his death.
Born in Lowndes County, Ala., Community Hall, Wednesday through Saturday evenings, February te:1
he had lived in Tuscumbia for 28-March 3. .
many years and served four An outstanding cast has been assembled to animate the laugh- J -
terms as tax assessor of Colbert a-minute lines, according to Harold Igo, veteran Players director. i. <.'.
County, and was a practicing vet Doyal Raeburn of Bradenton will be seen as Augie Poole, the r

erinarian.He husband of Isolde Helen Peters of White Bear 79th Street home of and
errant played by Mr. Mrs. George L. Harris Jr., sold recently -
of World
veteran
was a
Lake, Minn., an Island winter resident. To the comedy role of to Mr. and Mrs. Cullom Walker of Birmingham, Ala., who
War I and member of the
was a
Dick Pepper, Art Nicolet of Bradenton Beach will bring his are now occupying the property. Sale was negotiated by Ruth
Masons Shriners Elks 40 and 8
,
Maher, Realtor, and John B. Prothero, Registered Broker. (Is-
VFW, and Grace Episcopal stellar talents, and another newcomer, Nina Stephens of Bradenton lander Photo)
Church of Sheffield, Ala. He will play his fruitful wife, Alice. The role of the "other wo-- .

graduated from Auburn Univer man" will be filled by a local charmer, Glennis Snyder of Anna '." "',i> "'idTwo .- ":} .:;,
in 1915.Survivors .
sity Maria, and Helena Burnham, also of Anna Maria, is aptly cast as \
include his wife,
Martha; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Miss McCrackin, investigator for an adoption agency. )I
O. McLemore of Montgomery, Tunnel of Love was one of the outstanding successes of the

Ala.; a brother, James Thigpenof Broadway season of 1957-58. The New York World-Telegram said
Fort Worth, Texas; a sister, "It offers laugh after laugh," and the New York Daily News cal-

Miss Irby Thigpen of Montgomery led it "rollicking good fun." On Broadway, Tom Ewell played

and two grandchildren.Local the part of the suburban husband in a five-year childless marriage.
arrangements were in
charge of Griffith-Cline Island Heandhis wife decide to adopt a baby, but a loud-mouthed neigh-

Chapel, with funeral services and bor upsets the applecart when the adoption investigator comes to
interment in Tuscumbia. call. However, the husband finds himself involved with the pretty

investigator who suddenly turned color. The baby is delivered,

Mrs. Bessie L. Ford but the suspicious wife packs to go home to mother. All is resol-

Mrs. Bessie L. Ford, 56, 2507 ved finally, in a happy surprise ending.

Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, BACKSTAGE NOTES: Pat Huber and Sara Igo busy strikingthe bedroom home on 20th Place North, Bradenton Beach, purchased
died at her residence Saturday, old set and readying the newwith the Drs. Stenstrom, Berg & I recently from Mr. and Mrs. Johnzey Keeth by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brockof
January 27, after a long illness. Joe_Morton and Carlton Wilby in the carpentry department. The I Rutland, Vt., who will occupy the home with their three children,
She was born in Enfield, N.C., setting, a studio in Westport, Conn., will have a contemporarylook Steve, Chip and Vicky. The transaction was handled by Don Irwin, Real-
and moved here in 1945 from Islander Photo
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tor.
with the latest in furnishings from the Island Furniture Cen-
Rocky Mount, N. C.

Mrs.Survivors Nancy include Lewis, Pinetops her mother, N., for ter, The courtesy Show of Off.the. The Endrisses-a authentic bit chandelier of contrast i to in the that 1926 set decor was !Ii!A U C T I O NH!(!

C.; two daughters, Mrs. William found by Pat Huber at the Quaint Shop on Cortez Road. Gala
Myers of Bradenton, and Mrs. cast party followed the closing of The Show Off, at the home of MONDAY FEBRUARY 5th--2 P.M.

James Ayers of Biadenton Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cox, Beach Avenue, Anna Maria. .Missed at Corner GULF DRIVE & 46th STREET Holmes Beach
two sons, Foster R. Ford of
.Miami and William E. Ford of the party was Director Harold Igo, sick-a-bed with flu. Plaudits ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA

Los Angeles; a brother, Edward and accolades and smiles of satisfaction for a successful opener 100 Foot Corner of Gulf Drive--ZONED DUPLEX--

Lewis of Norfolk, Va., and a sister mingled with the guests. ETC.
MINUTES TO BEACH SHOPPING,
Mrs. Flossie Harper of Pine-
TO SELL--REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
tops.GriffithCline
Island Chapel was' COL. CHARLES MOYER

in charge of local arrangements, Shop the Island first! 1005 Uth Street North St. Petersburg 7.5548
and funeral services and inter
ment were to be in Rocky Mount.
Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality
Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc.

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FOR SALE Shop the Island first! HARRY M. RIFEflQLICENSED I )( .


t FINE QUALITY HOMESON ,PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR. .

OK NEAR WATER: CANALS BAY GULF BONDED AND INSURED Hil0r1 778-I500

1 Designed end Built by
WM. B. LEE COMPANY Phone 778-1341 406 NE ANlMMAIM

502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. O. Box 328, Anna Maria

Good Luck
13*': $ GeorgeIN

ISLAND REALTYTHE
YOUR NEW VENTURE INTO THE
REAL ESTATE FIELD.

STORE IS OPENAND FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS, GEORGE WAGNER HAS

778-2663 been associated with our office on Anna Maria Island..
READY TO ACCEPT YOUR LISTINGS OF ISLAND
We are certain you will find, as we have, that with his

PROPERTY--RESIDENTIAl AND COMMERCIAL-- knowledge of the Island, the courteous and dependableway

GEORGE E. WAGNER, ;'Registered Real Estate Broker he treats his clients, that he is very capable of han
Look For These Signs dling any real estate transaction--purchase or sale you
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERP.
may have in mind. GEORGE, we are sorry to have you
THIS TWO BEDROOM Concr.t. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
leave but
us, proud to see you go into business for your.
Block Horn, Located at 2210 self.

Avenue B, Brod.nton Beach, hasa SO TO YOU AS OWNER OF THE ISLAND REALTY

full tlkdbath-Built-In Kitchen, LOTS OF LOTS _THE VERY BEST OF LUCK
,_ t1 --$1,800 to $3,500
Patio Room, Room ce *
Large Utility
_.-; Don Irwin of Don Irwin RealtySEE
and Carport.Th. welMandscaped ""' BAY FRONT HOME ON 100 x 146 Foot Seawalled Lot
grounds are planted In St. Augustine
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grass. Price I : $13,750. 4 3E-A THIS TODAY IN ANNA MARIATWO
FEW GOOD RENTALS STILL AVAILABLE
Present mortgage about $8,000,
BEDROOM COTTAGE ON CORNER LOT
Payments, $65 monthly.Mortgagecan
be assumed, or we con arrange Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor Paved street garage comp'etely furnished including Venetian blinds
TV and 1 ton air conditioner.
for larger mortgage. Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156 ALL FOR $8,900

Anna Maria.. Florida *
ARE YOU A ONE-CAR FAMILY?

109-59th Street-V.ry close to JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

..E Holmes Beach Shopping CenterIs FOR SALE Estate Sales fir Rentals

this excitingly different two LOOKING FOR A THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH, 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

bedroom Home. The Kitchen Is
PRIVATE HOME, WITH ADDITIONAL LAND ZONED
"' filled with SURPRISES-Econo.
FOR A MOTEL? We have such a property, fronting on Week
_. mlcal Oil Hcatlnq. CampUtelf' Best Buys Of The
f the highway and two streets, with access to the 6 acK.
Furnished. Extra Large Garage.
LET US SHOW YOU PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF
' One and one-half Baths. This
" property must b. seen for YOU THIS HIGH CLASS PROPERTY. PRICED AT $35,000. 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN

.. to appreciate Its value. PRICE:

/ $18,750-asllttl.as$1,000 down. RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, Broker

, Gulf Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778.1159
! A GULF FRONT HOME-- ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

I' Can also serve you as Income Near Shopping CenterALMOST
'I FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV
property during the SummertimeSee -

I this two bedroom furnished NEW THREE BEDROOM MODERN HOME WITH PRICE REDUCED $1,000!
home at 3005 Avenue F, Holmes
Boach-You will find the relaxed TWO TILED BATHS, SCREENED PORCH, BUILT-IN

living seeking.conditions Property you Includes have three been KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, CARPORTAND 2 BedroomC B HomeNEAR

LARGE STORAGE SPACE.
lots. Home and furniture as Is.. THE GULF
ONLY 18000.Low Monthly Payments.
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PRICES $18,500-0wnor will car.
JACK HOLMES Realtor EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED-INCLUDING TV
ry Mortgage-You make down payment ,

and Terms. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
Phone 778-2876
Phone 778117185th $13,500 With Excellent Terms!
STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH
LOOKING FORA SMALL HOME?
.
L S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Rite Salesman
I And ONLY 100 Feet from B.ach?
MBI IHHB HHHiM H IlK BBl HH HHM HMBl I MnHHBM M BHH .B
I This home can be used as eitherone HOLMES BEACH BARGAINTWO

I or two-bedroom. Has a Flor-
Bonus House
ida Room on the south exposure. No. 2 BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

Living room and full bath. Kitchen CB HOME-...NEAR SHOPPING CENTER

Is completely fern I I.h.d.
ONLY $10,500.-$1,000 Down..$75 Per Month
Large garage; well landscapedlot.

.Asking price $10,500$2,500down. -

Owner will carry mortgageat
WATERFRONT AND
NONWATERFRONTLOTS
$85 monthly-or make an offer! i arrn.r.y.g
AVAILABLEAlso
Located at 3306 Gulf I Drive( ,

Holmes Beach. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
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US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

LOCATED AT 210-67th StreetIn COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Holmes Beach Is one of the

MOST SPECTACULAR two bedroom ANOTHER OF OUR NEW BONUSHOMES ON KEY

Retirement Homes ever of ROYALE, ANNA MARIA ISLAND, IS NOW COMPLETEDAND
fered. This home is only 2
I years OPEN FOR INSPECTION.BE .
old-Has 2 tiled baths-built in Walter S. Haidin
_SURE TO SEE IT TODAYI! TWO Bedrooms Two
laundry and colored fixtures In ;

kitchen.Sliding glass doors make Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living Realty Company

living room and porch one large Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and
Seawalled-on Beautiful for Realtors
Key Royale-All $17,910
room for summer comfort, and In

addition,there's air conditioning!
I ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
Garage. Lots of closets. Drive ,
and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950. "
I by and then come and let us show
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
this home. Price $15,500
-
you PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
For terns ..It. us AN OFFER. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
I BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778-1917

+++++++ JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307 I

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 1, 1962
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UNCLASSIFIED MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

(Actaitcc P.ym.at R.ntred) Tit pleasant, sure, to fee one' name in print."-LORD Box Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island, Florida
1.00 tack; 50c minimum.


FOR SALEs CB DUPLEX, Furnished MEKK1MAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Mrs. Arthur Bowden of Lakeland .
and Mrs. George Davis of South Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hall of the Pslan Pha mac
CONCRETE CARPORTS. Tiled Egremont, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. Marvin

Bathrooms and Showers. Five minute Mollenhauer of New Paltz, N. Y. Phillips of Panama City Dr. and Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
the Misses Harriet Louise and Mrs. Clark Yeager of Sarasota .
Mary future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
walk to Gulf, Post Office, Shopping Alice Rismon of Stir Lake Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zander of Sara registered pharmacists on the Island.
Center. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs IOta Mrs. Esther Sullivan of
Russell Coons and family of Minong Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. Harry Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
PRICE IS REASONABLEI! Wis. Mr. and Mrs.. S. R. Hicks of Brodski of Mt. Prospect DL. Mr.
Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. ArthurE. and Mrs. R. E. Ransom of Milford, .
Seif-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
DEAL WITH OWNER Andrus of Naples, Minn. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Duncanof and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Wyoming Ohio Mr. and. Mrs.
310 57th STREET A. Reitano of Mt. Vernon, N. Y. H. Myers of Lane, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson of S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.
HOLMES BEACH Bronx N. Y. Mr. Earl H. Thompson and Mrs. Robert Straus of Waunakee, COMPLETE REXALL LINE
PHONE 778-1645 and party of Haverhill, Mass. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rakestrawof
J. A. Dulong of St. Lorenz, Quebec. Findlay Ohio Mr. and Mrs.A. Open Sundays 1:30 G..... to 1:00 p. .
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Russ P. Chauoin of Detroit Mr.
Jepson of Minneapolis. and Mrs Carl G. Mattson of Wolcott,
---FOR SALE--- 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Phone 778-1411 Night
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Gary G.
BUSINESS & LIVING QUARTERSFOR Herman Atkins of North Hero. VL Trautman of Findlay, Ohio Mr.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Mr. and Mrs. Nate Giesy of Fortville, and Mrs. B. Springer and children of
Ind.. Mrs. James O'Brien and Mrs. Alliance, Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
OWNER MUST GO NORTH Because Stuart Wilson of Nutley N. J. Robert A. Munch of Arlington Heights SUN & FUNSportswear
of Illness In family. Is offering a GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and 111. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Harris of
Grocery Store with carry-out beer Mrs. Clyde Rissler *nd Mr. and Mrs. Tampa on their honeymoon Mr.
and win. license. Good location on George Pell of Reelsville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Radcliff and familyof

Comer Lot, which Is OWNED, not and Mrs. Ernest Aller and family of Hardinsburg Ind.
*
Niles 111. Mr. and Mrs. William
leased. ALSO Furnished two-room Hummel of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stone of
Medina, Ohio John Casuals
Living Quarters; Plus Trailer with Lennon of Kingsford, New South Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach, entertained By Queen
Wales Australia Joseph Abramsof at their home recently and
Florida Room and Carport. And-- served their dinner.
Philadelphia. guests a moose &
14 foot Owens Outboard Boat which LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. Guests. were Mr. and Mrs. George
and Mrs. William Goetschius of Mon. Fowler Mrs. Florence Myers, Mrs.
has lots of All
extras. WILL SELL sey. N. Y. Robert S. Moore and Mabel Harper and Joe Franzoni. Moose Koret of CaliforniaSHORTS
or Part At Reasonable Price. ALLA L. K. Cimonen of Sault Ste. Marie, for the dinner was flown from Saulte

Buyer Needs Besides Money..Is Mich. Mrs. Elsie Edwards and son Ste. Marie Ontario a gift from a
Lee of Plainsboro N. J. .: Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stone. SETS CAPRI PANTS
.
to bring his suitcase, move in, and Mrs. Harold Weirman and sons Jim *

GO TO WORK! 6220 Cortex Road. and Ricky of Hudson Ill. Mrs." Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Proppe ot BOATERS PEDAL PUSHERS
Forest Hills L. L N. Y. .
Gladys Weirman of Bloomington Ill. are occupying
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished room. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Church the Gill residence at Palm Ave-
Home Privilegea. Phone 7782028.ISLANDER well of Lakeland on their honeymoon. nue and Gulf Drive Anna Maria for BLOUSES SKIRTS
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Foles of White three months. This is their third visitto
PHOTOS: As a service the Island. Mrs. t
Bear Lake Minn. Proppe recently
to our readers, 5 by 7 enlargementsof SUNSET APARTMENTS: Mr. and retired as assistant secretary of Radio
any picture appearing in The Islander Mrs. Orville Rohrer of Ludlow Falls,. Corp. of America after 30 years with v
are available at$1.25 each.:. the company.
Ohio.MAHAR
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APARTMENT: Mr. and
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BedroomCB Mrs. M. A. Cooper and family of Oak. Mr. and Mrs. J. G.udnU'Bowen are
home with extra lot. Comple- ville, Ontario. leaving this week for a two week cruisein *"*'
tely famished; newly redecorated SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr. and the Caribbean. Mr. Bowen's nephew Layaway -rjgP&PfSi!? ? Phoa.

throughout ready to occupy. Has Mrs. D. J. Ticknor of Ann Arbor, and wife Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bowenof Flan. 778-1161
gas wall fnrnace. Between Golf Mich. Mr. and Mrs. York John Minneapolis, will occupy their 4jca Trio**R-far men women

and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be son of Harwarden, Iowa Mr. and home on 77th Street, during their ab-

seen to be appreciated. 105 12th Mrs. J. Rechhinder of Ft. Meade Ala. sence. *
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiedeman of VALENTINEGifts
Street North Bradenton Beach.
,
Lawton, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lively of Cave
ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Springs, Ga. -are spending some timeat .'
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded Mrs. Al Dressler of Elmira, N. Y. for their home on Avenue F, Holmes & CardsFOR
high Iota in Holmes Beach. Closeto the season Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beach.
shopping center and walkwayto ;Ashworth and Miss Pratt of South *
Calf. Each lot 57H ft. front by Point Ohio for the season Mr. Recent visitors of Mrs. Emma Rorickof EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
105 ft deep. Zoned for Duplexesor and Mrs. August Boetch of West Orange Bradenton Beach were Mrs. Eva
homes. Will sell N. J.NOMAD Coats and son of Largo and Mrs.Coats' .
separately. REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
_Phone owner at 7781619. MOTEL: Mrs. George sister from Nashville, Tenn.
Stantz and party_of Clearwater Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
WANTED: 0.. boy-Most be 18 or Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Yeomans of Pinkvoss of Milford. "Ohio.. RENTAL LIBRARY
more, and willing work hard for Hickory N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Luke *
good pay. See Pete Reynard at Prawitis of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stratton returned ,, The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
Holmes Beach Yacht Club. H. C. Swanson of Lansing, Mich. recently to their home on the
Mr. and Mrs. York Johnson of Ha- 74th Street Peninsula from their home Shirley and John Dirjriscnaver
YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency warden Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Martin at Rose Lake Canyon, Minn., detouring .
Apartment; for one or two people. M. Birga of Valley Stream, N. Y. 7,000 miles via California and I

$55 per month or $60 bacladiJIluUUtles. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mexico on the way. IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
S *
Phone 7782776. Don Hobbs of Maiden, Mass.
BAY VIEW VILLA APART. Mrs. Sam Adams of the staff of the SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this
FOR SALE:Established Shoe Store. Anna Maria Post Office is
Income Business MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wienertof recuperating is the place
Property right Lake Village. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. at Sarasota Memorial Hospital
for Semi-Retired Couple. We teach Fred Rohr of Grand from surgery she underwent recently. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
yon. Retiring. Box 367, Inverness, HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. *
Florida. and Mrs. F. B. Myers of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thibodeau of

CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hobronof Minneapolis are visiting their son and ENJOY AN EVENING OF
Beach. $3,300-Tenna. Chittenango, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. daughter-in-law and family Mr. and
CORNER LOT on Paved Street. James Osborne of Grand Rapids Mrs. George Thibodeau of 72nd Street.
$2,650 Cash. John B. Protherd, Mich. Mabel Young of Tampa The senior Thibodeaus now have 47 ZENITH COLOR TV
Registered Broker 116-81st St. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steppe of Cayuga grandchildren and one great-grand

TELEPHONE 7782554. Lake, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. child. .
Almy of Utica IlL Mr. and Mrs. WITH HOME DEMONSTRATION
ALTERATIONS on sH kinds of do*. R. Minners of Wyckoff. N. J. Mr. Joe LaFaye of Tampa, owner of a
.... DrtssmsklnK I Drapes. Phone and Mrs. James .Charles of Newark, cottage on Gulf Drive, Anna Maria is
Mrs. Frank Beard. 7781431. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. John K. De- recovering at Tampa General Hospital ISLAND TV
Haan of Grand Rapids, Mich. J. following an accident a fall througha
FOR SALE: Canal Lot on Chilson L. Lambert and son of Ontario, Can glass door of a shower, in whichhe 778-1703
Avenue. Call 7782177. ada.BAY severed a.main artery.

FOE EXTINGUISHER Safes ft Sec* Mrs. Alex BREEZE Strobl of COURT New York: Mr.City.and'. CapL Walter Newton* son of Mr.1 Be Sure to See the New

Los Brtdenton Bach Fire Dept.Fnak FLEETWOOD APARTMENT: Mr and Mrs. Harold Newton of Anna I
Beard 7781431. and Mrs. George R. Brown and familyof Maria and New York City, visited.his KEY ROYALE BONUSHOUSE
Hamilton. Ohio. mother on the Island this week before
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. leaving for year's Air Force duty r
BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS a *
TENANCE: Mowing, ......f, Himmini. Miss Beth Elaine Lewis of- in Okinawa. *
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Floors cleaned sad polished : Abingdon, I1L Richard Herbert oi ALL FURNISHINGSAND
Windows washed and oiled Pensacola Mi. and Mrs. D. B., Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Nunn of Ithaca
.Prompt and efficient asnf. Milward of Orchard Park, N. Y. N. Y. and 75th Street have announr r l CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES BY
Rsssenihls rates references fur N. H Pickle of North Muskegon, the birth of a daughter Michele l Marie,
Jshed. Ken Fellows. Phone 7784894 Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aldrich on December 28. Mr. and Mrs. Nunn ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER I
after 4:30.ISLANDER. of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Elizabeth I are expected to arrive here this "no''
Beach of Mansfield, Pa. Mr. and l to spend the balance of the N"a'un. : HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1019
PHOTOS: As an added I
service to our readers. S by 7 inch

enlargements of any picture appear The Best Geodetic
ing in The Wander are available Official Coast &

at $1.25 each. Write: The Islander. -.---. .

Anna Maria.SHELL Insurance Survey ChartsTHE



Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- a Always ONLY WATERFRONT SUPPLIER

17.6c per gal. over 75 gal., H BETWEEN
TAMPA AND FORT- MYERSDobbe's
18.6c per gal. under 75 got. Costs Less

No. 2 Fuel Oil I
Wand Hardware
16.7c per got.
Holmes leech 771.1697
& Marinc
Supply
$5.00 minimum delivery Of I IIf
PHONE 743-0891 771-1541 it's General Hardware or Housewares or Gatdt SeppDes, we hare it- ,

or will get it for you 778-2411 j
DELIVERY ON ISLAND
YOU BLANC'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALER! La,.. Boats Scott Motors, MIl,.", Traitors.Pap' I
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