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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: March 8, 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 )
 Notes
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. 539 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962 TEN CENTS


HOLMES BEACH CANDIDATESAT ANNA MARIA COMMISSION MEETING

RALLY THURSDAY NIGHT
Six New City Ordinances Passed
A which all the .,
political rally, at
Six ordinances were read for the The announced assign-
\ candidates for office in the mayor
13 city election in second time and passed by the An- ment of duties to commission

.fIFwill be invited to appear, na Maria City Commission at its members as follows: Elections, city
I held at the Island School at meeting Monday evening. Each of real estate beautification and revision -

Thursday, March 8. the six will become law in ten- of the city filing system,

f The Holmes Beach days after passage. Mrs. Haynes; Attanasio, streets,
Voters' Committee, The first of the ordinances was a roads, drainage, bridges, land cle
f % revised zoning code, on which Commissioner aringandmowing, and mach-
event, says the rally is an city
tion, the first rally at which Harvey G. Meyer has inery; Meyer, city pier, sanitationand
candidates are scheduled to worked for more,than a year, with erosion; and Commissioner Arthur -

in the eleven-year history suggested revisions made by the City Hansen, street lighting, city '

community.For Planning Committee. buildings, waterfront and fire pro- I
,Other new ordinances are one set-
the first time in tection.
for the ting fees for building permits; another -
there is competition Ferguson commended Meyer for
cancies on the city board of adopted Southern Standard the work done on the new zoning
men, with two candidates Building Code by reference; another rode and other ordinances.
office. Incumbent Mrs. Ruby adopted the National Electric Code; Ferguson's own duties as mayor

is running for re-election to by reference; another prohibits truck will include finances, taxes, legal
J ond term, and political i and boat trailer traffic on Spring matters, area planning, city office
John Beckett, Robert R. i bx1 Avenue, and the last was for the regulation supervision and zoning matters.

RalphL. Brown have filed of bicycles. Following discussion, the com-

idates. I Presiding his first regular meet- mission agreed it would write own-
Former Mayor Carl F. ing was Mayor James O. Ferguson. ers of a building on Cedar Avenue,
served five one-year terms Commissioners Mrs. Alma M. and owners of property on Mangrove

in March, 1961, is the only Haynes and Jerome G. Attanasio, Avenue, instructing the former to
date for the mayor's post. both elected in mid-February, were remove a building, part of which

Veteran City Clerk Mrs. introduced by Ferguson. (Continued on Page 5)

Archer running unopposed 1 :-
election, and City Marshal
Stafford is being opposed for Holmes Beach Election Tuesday II
J
cond straight year by Ken The annual Holmes Beach city election election, a petition for Scott was }

Last year Stafford won will take place Tuesday, circulated, with more than 150 per- I
from Fellows by a vote of March 13, with polls open at the sons signing it.Candidates .

The mayor, city clerk City Office from 7 a,m. until 7 for aldermen are Mrs.
shal are elected for one-year p.m. Ruby White, who is serving her first
while the aldermen
are Offices be filled those of the board John H. Beckett
v 1 of,th..raft I. to are term on ; ,
** two In years.advertisements. and : a<'38-foot ves-mayor city clerk-and'Citymarshalfor Ralph-L. Brown and Robert R. Ran- 1(
l the the voters' kin.Mrs. t
rally, l"ojnd. After suffer on the board of aldermen for two- White, who lives on 80th
has invited voters and 1
"W? urr.L..wl., a year terms. Street, says she is primarily a
ed residents to attend, Cobb work bo at tied Former Mayor Carl F. Scott is the housewife. She is the wife of Ralph i

that no party politics are deck mounted only candidate for mayor. After serving White and mother of three grown ;
The committee's avowed
five terms as mayor, Scott declined children. A former school teacher,
is to create a
greater to seek re-election in 1961. she has been extremely active in Island -
local government. CAST NAMED After Mayor Pete Niles announcedhe and county civic and women's

4)Y have announc- would not be a candidate for re- (Continued en Pops 51citizenoftheUnitedStates.
ISLANDER IN PLAY AT of the cast for NOT

Eddie Reid of Anna third and final pro- WARNER CANDIDATE FOR He was
transfer student from according to reared in New Jersey and educatedin
Junior College, has the director for the STATE REPRESENTATIVE the New Jersey public schools.

role in Look Homeward Wallace M. "Wally" Warner, 43, During World War II, Warner enlisted -

the play by Thomas Wolfe of Andrew and S y 1- a Republican and a resident of An- in the Marine Corps, where

ted by Lea Jongleurs, will be done by Bob na Maria, filed as a candidate for he served four years and was discha-
State University Dramatic Bradenton and Irma the Florida House of Representativesfrom rged in December, 1945, as a ser

ary society, for its ( on Page 5)) Manatee County, Group 1, at geant. After the war he started a

length production this Tallahassee Monday. hardware business in Woodbury, N.
presentation will be March be Don Murdoch Warner was born in England, son J. which he built up from scratch
of an American serviceman and his into a successful business.
former very
Reid will play Eugene f a pres-
International English wife. His father brought his During the war, Warner married
adolescent who is ,
lonely wife and young son to the United Doris R. Jones of Audubon, N. J.
citizen. His sub-
as Wolfe himself.He has States when Wally was 18 months They have two children, Richard,

ed also in Diary of Anne ."- S. A., old. According to the laws at that 13, and Lynn Doris, 8. They pur-

and Antigone.He time, Wally is legally a native born chased their present home in Anna
.. ,
is the son of Mr.
.4.-- Maria seven years ago and moved
Jack Reid of Lake View there in 1959.
sr
Warner has been active in civic I
POWER SQUADRON affairs in his community and was

INSTALLATION OF recently elected deacon of the Ro-
ser Memorial Community Church.At .
The annual dinner and
present he is
watch of the employed selling
ceremony
mutual fund stocks..
Island Power Squadron
In announcing his candidacy,
at the Bradenton
week. Country Warner said, "I always have beena
conservative in business and believe -
Power Squadron District
conservative business methods
der H. C. Ben jam in of
.. ...
.
--- should be applied in our local, state
Beach installed recently e I and national "
governments.
or re-elected squadron WARNER

will serve for a year. tI4jl

Those installed were: ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERTemperatures
er Arthur C. Johnson of : )

M. Tindall
Percy Water Rainfall
mander;George Athorne,
8am Noon 6pm High
tenant; David Boozer, Island's Blue Water 1
and Jerry,Scherrer, Jnerlcan football Feb. 27--72 80 74 86 76 None
New members of the Michigan, was the Feb. 28--70 80 77 86 78 None
board who were installed Bradenton-Sarasota Mar. 1--72 80 74 84 78 None
t Is the direc-
Canon of Bradenton now Mar. 2--72 80 70 86 79 None
left Is Island
R. Moses of Anna Maria, men were class Mar. 3--60 64 68 74Mar. 75 None
bert Tennant of Bradenton. M. Heston, himself 4--60 67 62 73 75 .1

Thirty-seven men were at the dinner. Mar. 5--64 64 62 71 71 NoneTHE

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i ; 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, Match 8, 1962

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Ii The"Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ROSER ANNUAL MEETING '

an 2
g'esise ettell.S' At the business session of the -
::1 TELEPHONE 778-2021 . annual
meeting of Roser Memorial

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR Dear Sir: Community Church, Sunday after

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL Lots of political activity getting It was a pleasant surprise to rece- noon, an addition to the church
,; under way as candidates for state ive so many votes and to be elect- was voted. The approved plan calls ,
; Mall Address: Anna Maria, Florida and for an extension of the present Fellowship -
county offices start tossing hats ed city commissioner. f
into ring and floods of publicity releases I want to thank everyone whovo- Hall by about 90 percent
Subscription $3.50 a yeer $2.00 for six months, payable in to provide two large rooms, each
advance.Canada $5.00 to the newspapers. ted for me and to assure them I will
per year. 15 x 21 feet, for educational use,
eeeAs show that
Advertising rate $1.00 column inch. do everything possible to
per Discount of 10% for
the kitchen facilities and
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. we go to press we wish we could their confidence in me is well pla expand ,
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. call back the weather we had in the provide two additional restrooms.
good old days--last month. March ced.My aim is to please the people, Estimated cost of the project is

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn didn't exactly come in like a lion and do my best in their behalf. $21,000.

independent but has been making up for it past Jerome G. Attanasio Annual reports showed that 64 new .
weekly published
Thursday
every by
. members received the i.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida few days. Brrrrrrrr! see during year
i- e e eRemindedyesterday brought the total participating
: Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. that we made Board of Commissioners, membership to 418. A total of$3, -

a boo-boo last week, reporting details Anna Maria, Florida 900 was disbursed for missions and !,

t of the sale of a property on benevolences beyond the church,
Gulf Drive without telling that the Gentlemen: a total of $35,040' was received for
I I want it clearly understood that ]1
VOTE VOTE VOTEQualified property Bradenton was Beach sold Realtor.by Dick Dick Wagner says, am protesting the repaving of Bay asury.all purposes through the church tre- 11

we never forget the important details Boulevard from the Schamber I A total of $3,398 was received in ,

when one of his salesmen does house down to my gate. cash Sunday a Founder's Day of-
who failed all fairness should take The road dead ends and servicesonly : The church
voters the
to vote, irk 1 selling. fering. was officially I
that fact into consideration each time criticisethe eec four houses and a place of bus non-denom-
they are tempted ,to : organized in 1939 as a I
city administration. Those voters whose candidates were not Now in our fourth season "with" iness. Therefore, I feel the moneycan f National church, but the original
elected should not spend the time between now and the next city the Island Players, we believe last be spent in some other way so I edifice was erected in 1913.
election in a career of criticism, and neither should they take the week's presentation of TUNNEL OF more local people would benefit. l HMI MB BH HMBieiBHMMIBM H 'B *'"*l HBIM'B B BMM*
attitude that there is nothing that can be done to express the "will LOVE to be the best of those plays I paid for the paving of this road i l after I have exhausted all legaly

of the people" beyond trying to elect different candidates. offered during that time. Plenty of six years ago and now feel that any steps to prevent your enforcing'pay-
punch, and a good performance by future! expenditure for maintenance,I ment.
To be qualified to register, a resident must be 21 years of
each is the
member of the cast. repair or repaving City's res-
age, or more, and must have lived in the State for at least one eee ponsibility. Therefore, if the\ Yours truly, \
and in the County for at least six months.
year, With so many marine disasters in repaving is done, I will pay only f Evelyn B. Fiske
And with the election so near, each voter should stop to reflect
waters adjacent the Island
on whether or not we are doing our duty as citizens. We have to rece-
been taught that each American has an inherited right to vote, ntly, let'smakesure our names are Vote For
added the
but on the other hand, it has not been stressed to so great an j not to growing list of

extent, that voting by every' eligible citizen is a civic duty arid ,boat' misled owners into having trouble. Don'tbe ,.
believing such things
responsibility as well as a privilege.A .
presidential election always results in a larger turnout of can't happen to you. Most of the

voters than a municipal or state election, but even in a presidential recent trouble has befallen the old I
election, some twenty to thirty per cent of the voters fail to take pros, some of the men who have JOHNBECKETT
advantage of their right to vote. Why? Probably because takingthe spent the greater part of their liveson
time to vote might interfere with more "important" activities. the water!

What if, as a pure supposition, that indifferent twenty to thirty !

per cent of those eligible were not allowed to vote because they .
had failed to vote at previous elections? Wouldn't voting, in every SHOP THEISLAND

election, then become a matter of paramount importance? No one For
needs to guess about the answer. .

FIRST!
ALDERMANCity
Before making his or her choice, each voter should !spend some

time thinking about what he knows about each candidate, and in FRIENDLY SERVICE ..
his own mind to try to eliminate what he knows to be merely rumor. FAIR
PRICES
Then?.after due consideration, by- all means go and vote! .i: FINE QUALITY Of Holmes Beach


4 Anna Maria Island
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES Chamber of Commerce

MARCH --HIGH-- -LOW- -- A VOTE FOR BECKETT

I 8 .Thur. 12t53 a.m. 1.3 It24 p.m. 1.2 6t53 a.m.0.4 7s20 p.m.0.4 REASONER & AHSOHFLORIST .
9 Frl. 1i49 a.m. 1.0 1l55 p.m. 1.3 7s22 a.m.0.2 8116 p.m.0.5 IS A VOTE
10 Sat. 249 a.m 0.8 2i27 p.m. 1..4 7i49 a.m. 0.1 9t18 p.m.0.6
"free
rft/nrery the ItlanfDixie
to
11 Sun. 4s02 a.m. 0.6 3t06 p.m. 1.5 8il4a.ni. 0.3 10i28 p.m.0.6
12 Mon. 7i19 a.m. 0.5 3i53 p.m. 1.4 8:16 a.m. 0.4 Ilt46 p.m.0.6 Grande Hotel Bldq.
13 Tue. .... ..... 4i54 p.m. 1.4 p-....... ..-- --__ Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. FOR PROGRESSPAID
14 Wed. 6ilO 1.3 It 10
---- p.m. a.m.0.6 ----
15 Thur. lltOO a.m. 0.7 7i30 p.m. 1.3 2t22 a.m.0.7 12.442i08 p.m. 0.6 POLITICAL AD V.
16 Frl. lit20 a.m. 0.8 8t39 p.m. 1.3 3tl5 a.m.0.7 p.m. 0.6 Island Repair &
: 17 Sat. 11.39 a.m. 0.8 9t34 p.m. 1.3 3i57 a.m.0.7 3:08 p.m. 0.4
. 18 Sun. 11s49 a.m. 0.8 10t20 p.m. 1.3 4:29 a.m..0.6 3t44 p.m. 0.3 Electric ServiceWe
f 19 Men. Ilt52a.m. 0.8 IliOO p.m. 1.3 4t56 a.m.0.5 4:34 p.m. 0.1
20 Tue. Ih57 a.m. 0.9 Ils37 p.m. 1.3 5t20 a.m.0.4 5s125i48 p.m.0.1 Service 3 of the BEST FRIENDS

21 Wed. 12i11 p.m. 1.0 en 5t43 a.m.0.3 p.m. 0.2 OIL BURNERS, GAS HEATERS, ALL
22 Thur. 1214 a.m. 1.2 12i29p.m. 1.2 6t06 o.m.0.2 6s 277s07 p.m.0.3
23 Frl.' 12s54 a.m. 1.1 12i51 p.m. 1.3 6t30 a.m.0.1 p.m. 0.5 TYPES OF WINDOWS, HOT WATER
24 Sat. Ii37 a.m. 1.0 Iil6 p.m. 1.4 6t53 a.m. 0.1 7s 51 p.m.0.5 HEATERS, APPLIANCES, PUMPS
25 Sun. 2t27 a.m.3t28 0.8 It45 p.m. 1.5 7s 15 a.m. 0.2 8:44 p.m.0.6 AND LAMPS.
26 Mon. a.m. 0.7 2tl9 p.m. 1.5 7s 30 a.m. 0.4 9:44 p.m.0.6. Anything in the Electrical Line goul'Family
27 Tue. 4t54 a.m. 0.6 3tOO p.m. 1.5 7s15 a.m. 0.5 10.54 p.m.0.6
28 Wed. 3i55 p.m. 1.5 ------ ----.--.... .............. All Kinds of Repairing
29 Thur. ..-. Sill p.m. 1.4 12s10 a.m.0.7 --_ PHONE 778-2813
30 Fri 10s54a.m. 0.8 6i40 p.m. 1.4 Is23 a.m.0.8 12sl8p.m. 0.7
31 Sat. 10s56 a.m. 0.9 8t01 p.m. 1.4 2i25 a.m.0.8 It50'p.m. 0.7
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach,add seven minutes to high.tide readings.WALL'S ,
add one hour, six minutes to low tide readings.
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, Thursday, March 8, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Mrs. Jim Sage, second in com-
CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing mand of the Cortez-based ADMIRAL -

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational fleet, reports some excellent

( ) grouper catches, with more than 200 '
Bradenton Beach fish landed each day last week over A.
REV. A. W. SIMMS
SUNDAY: the "close-in" reef, only 12 miles

9:30 a.m. Sunday School. out in the Gulf.
10:30 a.m. Worship Sendee. Top catches aboard the ADMIRALwere
Fishing seems even better than usual as follows: Monday, Clarence '1

ST. BERNARD MISSION in the area, except that the Hutcheson, 16 1/2 pound grouper; tP.r
I'rial: KEY. FRANCS F. WELSMIIXLR winds of the few have
, Schedule of Masses high past days Ernest Thompson, 14 pounder, and
\ SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. made boating extremely dangerous, Herbert Hiles, a 13 1/2 pounder.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. and pier or bridge fishing uncomfor- Tuesday: Justin Ault, 17 pound
I HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. table. black grouper; Dennis McKenzie a

Rosary and Benediction. The exciting kingfish are begin- 15 pounder, and Ronald Davis, 14 x
WEDNESDAYS 7:30
: p.m. ning to show up in the area. Reports pound black grouper. .,_ t

from Marvin Kline of Charters, Inc. Wednesday: Joe Huepenbecker, a
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL and Don Thurlow of Bayou Marina, 15 3/4 pound grouper; Gerald Jol-

1 REV. LEE RATUFT. Pastor are that some parties have caught a liff, a 13 pounder, and Jeanie 0-

.:\ THURSDAY: good many. (See picture). den, a 12 pound grouper.
3:00 p.m. Jr. G. A. a. .
Charles Ward 14 1/2
I 7:15 p.m. Prayer Service. Thursday: ,
, 7:30 p.m. Revival.Service. There s. I pound grouper, and Howard Gordy
will be a Revival Service each : -tn and Carl Schierlitz tied with a 14

evening through March 9. 7 pound red grouper each.FridayLeviBacon,18. r' If '
SUNDAY: W. pound grouper -

9:45 a.m. Sunday School. '1..1'.. ....A ;Chris Ulhas, 17 pounder, and
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. .. Vance Greenman, a 15 pounder.
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. .. y... .
Saturday: Alex Hillock, 22 pound
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. .
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TUESDAY: grouper; Clarence Hollis, a 19 lb.

4:00 p.m. Intermediate G. A. .' black grouper, and Eugene Buck,
WEDNESDAY: ( an 18 pound grouper.
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. tj rj T \ v ADMIRAL TOO, Friday:C. F. Le-

JWr Master, 34 pound grouper; Clarence '
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational I
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( ) "" -i \1. Laughlin, 33 pound grouper; R. T. asvsrr !

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins,.Pastor t Lobaugh, 30 1/2 pounder; Phillip PET COON and friend at home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mlner of Anna Marla. !
; Harner, 20 1/2 pound red snapper,
THURSDAY: J \ and Albert Miller, an 18 pound red I
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. snapper. UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

SUNDAY: INSURANCE COMPANYSince I
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9:00 a.m. Worship Service.
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. -It Joe Nevins of the BEST BET has 1897 !

11:15 a.m. Worship Service. t also reported some good catches, as Protect Your Real Estate Investment

5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. ; "' follows, Wednesday:Beulah Morris, 526 12th St. West BRADENTON FLA. Phone 743-4541

6:30 p.m. Senior and Intermediate 'g 14 pound grouper; James A. Horner,
Youth
Fellowship. a 12 pound and Mrs. Homer Adams i
6:30 Adult Program.
TUESDAY p.m.: KING SIZED CATCH of Kingfish, 36 9 pound red grouper. Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
1:00 Guild Luncheon. In number, caught In the Gulf Satur- Thursday: Robert Lobaugh, 13 lb.
p.m. day by Raymond Johnson of Bradley,
WEDNESDAY: grouper, andC. E. Kiger, a 9 lb.
Mike Stewart of Bartow and C. J.
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. red grouper. 24 HOURAmbulance
Austin of Ft. Meade on a ehatar trip
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. out of the Bayou Marina aboard Capt. Friday: Herbert Davis, 9 poundred
7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Committee Andy Kennedy's well-equipped ALBATROSS grouper and Mary Ellingson, Service I
Meeting. lalander Photo) an 81/2 pounder.
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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
J Minuter: REV. FRANK LYXXLY
742-1011 BRADENTONElgin
SUNDAY:
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. GENERAL MASONRY

9:45 6:30 p.m.a.m. Church Catechetical School.Class, Water Softeners and Filters

508 74th St. Complete Installations

TUESDAY: BONDED & INSURED
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice.

I 8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 WILLIAM R. KERMODE ROY PHILLIPS
. 74th Street.
ANNA MARIA 778-2557 THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-14S6
(Episcopal)
Rrv. COULD K. LOWE

I THURSDAY: HAVE YOU TRIED
9:00 am. Holy Communion. .

FIRST SUNDAY) IN LENT: the Island first!
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. Deep Sea Fishing Shop ,
I 9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and
Church School.
11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser- ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality

l 7:00 vice.p.m. Episcopal Young Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard
Churchmen. ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortex Phone 778-1450
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Page 4. THE ISLANDER Thursday March 8. 1962

Island Bowling League MAYWOODIANS: PICNIC UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPAt AAUN MEETING SATURDAYThe uiiw.:

The annual picnic of Maywood- the meeting of the Manatee Manatee Chapter of the Am- \ I
ians (Maywood, 111.) and friends Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship, erican Association for the United
will take place from 10 a.m. until to beheld at the Palma Sola Community Nations (AAUN) will meet at the
4 p.m., Wednesday, March 14, at Club, 67th Street West, home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. "
the Manatee County Beach on the Bradenton, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Delp 400 46th Street West Brad- JFioi1'ia
Island. Complete picnic facilitiesare March 11, Dr. Henry F. James will enton, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday
available, and those planningto read a sermon taken from the book March 10. The work of the United S QW

attend may take a basket lunchor "RabindranathTagore--A Reb- Nations, illustrated, will be featu- ;;
purchase lunch at the beach refreshment el With a Universal Cause," by red. ] i it
stand. The arrangements HumayanKabir, minister for Scie-
committee points out that persons ntific Research and Cultural Affairsfor i
Tropical Vista managed to iI
ISLAND
BUILDING PERMITS
attending the picnic may "eat indoors the government of India. ,
keep its lead in the Island Bowl-
play cards, swim, or just sit Tagore was India's greatest liter- Building permits issued by the < I
ing League Friday, although it in the sun on one of the most beautiful ary figure, poet, painter, music- three Island cities during Feb-
could do no better than a splitin beaches in Florida." ian, educator and dramatist. ruary totaled $106,678, $41,000 !
its match with Anna Maria El After a coffee hour, there will bea higher than the $65,495 total for fj f fi

ectric. High individual scores Jack Colson...................230 discussion period. the same month in 1961. fj j
were Jack Colson, 230, Bob Bob Guild......................213 Anna Maria issued permits for ft
Guild, 583; Chuck Clause, 202- Andy Rasmussen...............210 POWER SQUADRON DINNER... new construction valued at $58, t
464. Tom Edwards...................205 (Continued from Page 1)) 000, and repairs, additions and J
Other team and high Individual Steve Alex.....................203 alterations r
totaling $1,428, a total f
scores were as follows: Schu- Bob Reinel....................".203 certificates for having completed in Feb-
of Its
chard Plumbing 2, fsland Marine Chuck Clause.................202 successfully the basic power squadron $59,428 1961 permits for $12,000,
,
Supply 2. (Frank Woe, 235, Clyde Clyde Harman...................202 course in seamanship, and were new ruary construction were, and $8,000 in
Harman, 553; Andy Rasmussen, Kayo Keding...................197 inducted as squadron members. and additions.The 4I
210-552)). In add it Ion, seven women were repairs ; .
TOP TEN SERIES Holmes Beach Februarytotal
certificates for :
VanOstenbridge Builders 4, given having comp-
Stanley Insurance 0. ( Hav- Bob Guild......................583 leted the course successfully, although was $46,700, for three new t M I
erkos, 184-524; Earl Drew Ray, 180- Jack Colson....................553 Power Squadron rules bar homes, a small addition, and a :: \ .':-"/. :....,: ,

485)). Clyde Harman...................553 women from membership.Men swimming pool, as compared to BILLBOARD GIRL for Manatee River
a total of $42,195 in February,
Andy Rasmussen..552Ray Garden Club's Annual Flower
Bayou Marina 3,Pete Reynard'sRestaurant and who have completed
Haverkos...................524 the course women and who were awarded 1961. Show Is Joan Ruppenthal, 1962 De-
1. (George Wagner, Lefty Miller.:...................516 certificates were: G err a r d M- Bradenton Beach issued only Soto Queen contestant. The 18-year
181, Lefty Miller, 516; Wallace Kayo Keding..................512 Abbott, Frank J. Brechlin, LewisC. $550 worth of permits during the old Island miss Is a graduate of Man-
Warner, 192, George Dykstra, Eddie Wiese.....................511 Bricker, Sidney C. Brown Jr., month, $2,750 less than its Feb- Manatee ate High Junior School College and ,now and attends Is
500)). Tom Edwards...................510 John A. Botsford, Marion E. Buzz- uary, 1961 total. at the Island Bank. employed
The Islander 2, Island Bank 2. Bob Reinel....................509 Craven ard, Lawrence, Dr. E.W.Clark, Roy, J. _____- I
James Emery Step- .
(Kayo 'ding,197-512; Bob.Reinel FOUR LOW GAMES hen J. Fleming and Olaf F. Floyd.
203.509)). Others were Richare E. Fritzmeier NOW AT PIERRE'S"Fabulous
Dick Wagner Realty 2, Lay-Z- Al Nelson.........................89 Howard A. Ganzemiller, SamuelP. J. I"
I Liv-N Apartments 2. (Bud Hott- Pat Flanagan................... 100 Golden, W,Funk R.W.Johnson Knox, JamesE. Elmer )
man,187-505;Charlie Pike, 190, Ken Fellows.................... 109 Maloney Kennedy, John 0. Maner, Ray F. Fashions
Ed Wiese, 511)). Chuck Clause...................110 Millard and Robert A. Neerie Jr.
Ray Schuchard..ll0 Still others were Arthur L. Norton, for Occasions"Let

LEAGUE STANDINGS BobWhipple.....................110 Norman J. Richard Peterson Reed, Louis,Harold P.M.Turner Pine,, Special

Tropical Vista..72.5 Gail P. Turpen, Ferd K. Vaugoin, Miss Bauerle, of the national award winning family \
SCHEDULE-March 9 Frank R.Waite, George K. Williams,
Schuchard Plumbing..69 Joseph Bogol, William F. Buschner Chicago, create a completely new coiffure for you. The
A. M. Electric-Pete Reynard'sThe
Builders..63LayZLivN "
VanOstenbridge Islander-Schuchard Plumb. and Melvin E. Erickson. skills that have mad. the Bauerle family famous will cost
Apartments..59Anna Also Harold W. Goodman, Evart
Maria Electric..55Island Bayou Marina-VanOstenbridge .. W. Johnson, Robert V. Reiff, LeeB. you no more.
Marine ........54 Island Bank-Dick Wagner Waite, Sally I. Abbott, ElizabethW.
Supply Brown, Nancy J. May, Nancy NEXT "FASHION LUNCHEON" TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
The Islander...................53 Tropical Vista-Island Marine Rogers, Florence.R. Rodgers, Janice ,
Dick Wagner Realty.........52 Stanley Insurance-Lay-Z-Liv-N Fritzmeier and Elva V. Johnson. 1 to 2 P.M. PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB

Stanley In.urance..50 ,..... HAIR STYLES by PIERRE'S
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Island Bank....................44 .flill,11.I.! i II;" ),j.{'hllltH "hUlfl''tI WARDROBE by RAYMOND'S
Pete Revnard's Re.t..39.5Bayou If' ;' I tJl'I'ill j' .I' i. :.t No Extra Charg.PIERRE'S .
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Thursday, March 8, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 5
;
HOLMES BEACH CANDIDATES... a member of the health and welfare
: (Continued from Page 1) board of Delaware County Pa. HOBBY SHOW

I organizations. Feelsher experience Be c k e t t is married and has five TOUR OF ISLAND HOMES
i on the board of aldermen fits her to children.
do a better job during the next two Brown is the owner of Ral-Mar, a 2 until 5:30
years. Holmes Beach motel. A native of SUNDAY AFTERNOON

I John H. Beckett, who lives on Michigan, he was a rural mail car- MARCH 11, 1962
I 77th Street, owns the Harbor Lights rier for many years. He was chair- For the Benefit of Episcopal 9NplY,4
Motel in Bradenton Beach. He is man of a county rationing board Church of the Annunciation 4
t also a licensed real estate broker, during World War n. fr1
and is associated with Realtor Jack He has lived in Holmes Beach sin- Demonstration of HobblesShow ;
& Tea at Parish House
ce 1956.
Marshall. He has lived on the Island
J for 18 months, moving here from Rankin is married and has three 4406 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

Fort Lauderdale, where he lived six children, and is owner of the "Gulf Tickets $1.25 each f LL' _

years. He was born and reared in View Apartments on 48th Street, Tickets will be available at the .. ,

Pennsylvania, and is a registered where he has lived since 1958. Church, or at any of the Homeson ---'.:leI... J _;".: .E_-: 1.' __
a resident of Toledo, Ohio -
pharmacist there. Formerly
display on the Tour. Note
Formerly was chairman of the zon- where he was in the roofing and NEW ANNA MARIA City Commission at Its first regular meeting Monday
All directions are given In relation venlng. Left to right are Commissioner Jerome G. Attanaslo, Vice-Mayor
insulation business for
ing board of Sharon Hill, Pa.. and many years.
Arthur C. Hansen, Commissioner Mrs. Alma M. James O.
Is now of an insula- to Gulf Drive from SOUTHto Ha/net, Mayor
owner-operator Ferguson (seated), and Commissioner Harvey C. Meyer. (Islander Photo)
will be
NORTH. All Homes
PLAY CAST NAMED... ting company in Sarasota.
(Continued from Page 1) City Clerk Mrs. Pauline H. Archer closed promptly at 5:30. ANNA MARIA MEETING... In other action, the commission:

Cox of Holmes Beach. Their son,. veteran of several years in the HOMES TO BE OPENED: (Continued from Page 1) Voted to accept a quit claim deedto

Michael, will be played by Dick[ position, is running for re-election 1. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagner, allegedly is on a city alley, and to Los Cedros Drive from Mrs. An-

Rosedale of Anna Maria. Dr. Roy r unopposed. 2107 Avenue A, Bradenton order the latter to remove trees nabelle Miller.
Veteran City Marshal Leon F. Tabled a proposal for a new boat
\ Gunther of Holmes Beach will be Beach. from another of the .
Stafford, who has held the post for part same alley.At ramp south of the City Pier.
I seen as Dr. Locke; Hermann Brandtas 2. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brewer, a public hearing following the
Pedro Inspector several years, is being opposed for Voted $150 as half the cost of an
I Juarez;DoyalRaburn. as 614 Key Royale 67th Street, meeting, no property owners appe-
f Malcom:Joe Kinnan as Col. the second straight year by Kenneth ared to assessmentson additional shuffleboard court at the
paving
Fellows. Stafford won over Fellows Holmes Beach. protest Hall Park. Balance of
Community
Barstow, and Jim Adamson as Tim- several streets in the north end
! othy Gregg. The last four named I I by only a few votes in last year's 3. Mr.&Mrs. Robert B. Collins, of the city.Ferguson the cost will be paid by the Anna

I live in Bradenton. election. 213 75th St., Holmes Beach. appointed Meyer to investigate Maria Shuffleboard Club.

NOT IN THE BOOK, by Arthur 4. Mr. & Mrs. Roger H. Stone- the city's return from the
CORTEZ FISH FRY FRIDAY
;
Watkyn, is a three-act mystery house, 102 79th Street, Holmes County of its share of taxes assessedin WHILE AWAY FROM THE ISLAND
comedy which has enjoyed a suc- The Cortez Volunteer Fire De- Beach. the Gulf Shore Road and Bridge KEEP UP WITH ISLAND EVENTS-

cessfulrun at the Criterion Theatrein partment Auxiliary will serve an 5. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox,. District. SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER!
London since 1958, and is "all eat" Fish
now you can Fry at 8319 Marina Drive, Holmes
being readied for Broadway. Packed the firehouse Friday evening, Beach.
with suspense, it has situations involving March 9, at SI per person. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
blackmail, poison and intrigue -
and is relieved by spots of TWO LOCATIONS -
ANNA MARIA ELECTRICAND
( high comedy. The plot of the mystery FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
I follows exactly the plot of the SUPPLIES Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

crime novel written by young Gregg The Bradenton Electric Snapper and Pine Fixtures Streets Bradenton 7511 N. Tamtam! Trail, Sarasota
Wiring
and passed on to Andrew Bennett to Office Equipment Co. -
L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
evaluate, until the surprise ending. 530 13th St. BRADENTON Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
NOT IN THE BOOK is scheduledto
open a four-night run at the An-
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
na Maria Community Hall on Wednesday A GREASE JOB MEANS MUCH MORE THAN JUST

f April 11. :1-Modern Gllll Park MOBILE FOR HOMES LUBRICATING A FEW FITTINGS. Your car Is checked

from stem to stern, and we always advise you of potential
Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
MANATEETRAVEL trouble such bad tires mufflers and
Recreation_,Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH spots, as leaky one.eyed *

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER nu day, March 8, 1962 .
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WORLD DAY OF PRAYERA F I

World Day of Prayer will be observed CUE LINES. ia

at 10 a.m. Friday, March 9,
at the Roser Memorial Community
Church, with Mrs. Richard Wigginsin by Helen Bradley
charge of the observance. Other

women who will participate as lea- Basking in the glory of a successful mits to having been something ofa
ders will be Mrs. Lee Ratliff of the four-night run of packed houses and rover in his younger days, and during -
Island Baptist Chapel; Mrs. Gerald enthusiastic playgoers The Island his wanderings, carried a stage
Lowe of the Church of the Annun- Players count TUNNEL OF LOVE one hand's union card. He spends his
ciation and Mrs. Basil Monroe of of their greatest triumphs to date. days outwitting the Island fish.

Harvey Memorial CommunityChurch. Beginning with the opening "hand" ._ .:.K..t .. .
__ ....
Wallace Warner will the colorful and artistic ---' -- I
given set
Mrs. .. '?' '. .. <
.j' ': 'i
play the organ. the audience responded to Peter .iJ. ;
DeVries' wit, with chuckles which

.HIGH_ TWELVE CLUB FORMING grew to prolonged laughter, as the

A group of Island Masons have hilarious comedy unfolded.
been meeting at the home of E. Comments. heard during intermission -
33rd Ma- : riotP."Naughty! but
Delos Wetmore, a degree
such fun!I"... a .
son, 512 Key Royale Drive, to discuss "Thoroughly enjoyed r ;
obtaining a charter for a High myself!"...Romping through the ---
Twelve Club for the Island. Local lively situations were DoyalRaburn 1 t

Masons are invited to attend the and Helen Peters as the childless BOYD MRS. BRANDT

next meeting at the Wetmore home Pooles in suburban Westport Conn.

Thursday, March 8. and Art Nicolet and Nina Stephensas Sovitalto the backstage machin- TOUR OF ISLAND HOMES Sunday will feature the two homes pictured E
Those who have attended the dis- the couple next door, and Glenna ery of a successful show is the stage above among the five homes on display. At top Is the Gulf front home of i
cussions are; Elbert M. Butts, Dr. Snyder and Helena Burnham as manager, and faithful Helen Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stonehouse. Bottom house Is eanalslde home of Mr.
JackColson, L. W. Colby, Max A. .the antithetical adoption agency of Bra demon, who has completed and Mrs. Clarence E. Brewer on Key Royale. (Islander Photo)
her second stint in that capacity for
Cole, George E. Engel. John Dou- investigators.Much .
glas John Engel, Ray Hardy, Har- praise is due Director Har- the Players, is an outstanding exa COME TO THERALLY
old for his mpleof a good stage manager. She
for
vey Piffner, Hubert W. Lemon, Igo perceptive casting
TUNNEL. is now preparing for the third and
Donald Swartz and Ed Swartz. -
last production of the Island Play

The Island Players have been extremely ers' season. The stage manager'sjob
MISSIONS SCHOOL
ROSER lucky this season to acquire begins with the first rehearsal' f
The annual school of missions of the services of Harvey Boyd master noting blocking for forgetful thespians FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF HOLMESBEACHTHEREWILL'
Roser Memorial Church and it is her book which '
Community is
electrician. He has provided improved BE A RALLY WITH EVERY CANDIDATE l'
will start at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, and excellent lightingfor most often referred to by the director
wiring
March 11. This special mission ad- the first two shows and prom- as the show progresses. Busiest FOR OFFICE IN THE MARCH 13 ELECTION f

venture will continue each Sunday ises to offer his ability and time to time is during a performance, giv- INVITED TO APPEAR.VOTERS MAY SEE THEM, HEAR i

evening through April 8. A fellow- the third. Besides general lightingof ing orders to light and curtain people THEIR PLATFORMS AND ASK QUESTIONS FROM THE
ship dinner, beginning 5:30 each entrance on
p.m. the set for TUNNEL, he was responsible monitoring
will precede each evening's pro- for the realistic fireplace stage, and checking the prop list. AUDIENCE.I .

gram. lighting effect, plus the hanging Mrs. Brandt came to Bradenton less I YOU VOTE, RENT OR ARE A NON.REGISTERED-
Theme for this year is "The Chris- chandelier. Mr. a widower than three years ago from Binghamton -
Boyd VOTER RESIDENT IN HOLMES BEACH, WE WOULD
tian Mission in Latin America" has been an Island winter residentfor N. Y. She previously had lent
with a special program for each age six years living in Detroit for her talents to the costume depart- LIKE YOU TO ATTEND. NO PARTY POLITICS INVOL-

group. Leadership of the study will the balance of the year. By profes- ment of the Provincetown (Mass.) VEDI GOOD GOVERNMENT AND AREA REPRESENTATION -
be undertaken by Mrs. Thomas electrical he has Players where husband Hermannwas
sion
an engineer, ARE THE MAIN SUBJECTS.
Murphy, adults; Outreach ProgramArea had considerable backstage exper- a regular performer. She has
youth advisors and the Rev. ience in the field of theatre light worked on box office and costumingfor
R i c h a r d K. Wiggins youth; and ing in professional theatres around the Players Sarasota. Her hob-
Mrs. Doris Alford, children. the country--in New York at the by is walking. often four or five HOLMES BEACH RALLY

Belasco Theatre and others. He ad, miles a day.PEACOCK'S .
EPISCOPAL LENTEN SERVICES THE ISLAND SCHOOL
Lent the following extra
During PLUMBING. .
services will be held at the Churchof Thursday March 8 At 8:00PM
APPLIANCES TELEVISION ,
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FISHING PIER & ?M950.. ._.. .I ...-' .
t LIVING QUARTERS LARGE SCREENED PORCH I DOWNSTAIRS.; SECOND

Bait, B..r& Sandwich INVESTIGATE THIS BARGAIN HOME ON 66TH STREET. FLOOR THE SAME EXCEPT FOR PORCH. NEWLY
Sale.-S1 ,SOO
DECORATED. LOT 100 by 105 feet. PRICE REDUCEDTO
MARINA BUSINESSand Designed and Built by
FRANCHISES WM. B. LEE COMPANY $16,500--EXCELLENT TERMS.

$45,000INCOME 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. 0. Box 328, Anna Maria DON IRWIN REALTY
PROPERTY
2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
6 DELUXE INCOME UNITS FOR SALELOT
ON THE GULF \

200 f..t-SEAWALLED IN COMMERCIALLY ZONED AREA--ONLY $2,500 T.UANA ISLES
$89,500 *
tr *
13 Efflcl.ncy&Mot.1 Units J ATTRACTIVE HOME IN RESTRICTED SUBDIVISION. Canal Front Lots

With Gulf & Bay Frontag. ONLY $14,700
$95,000 *
.. $100 Down
3 Cottages on the GULF ISLAND CEDARS-BeautifuI large waterfront lots. An
t $18,0003Apartm.nts % Attractive site with Attractive prices.
./ "* $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
.. and One-Bed IV:
room Owner's House 'r:, See us about next year's rental reservations before leaving -

f ON THE GULFS for home!
000WATERFRONT>> 3 Bedroom-2 Bath HomeIN
+ Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
jt
: HOMES Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home,
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
I With Patio Swimming Pool
Anna Maria, Florida
AN ARCHITECT'S DREAM ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY
$42,000, FURNISHED
PRETTY NEW HOMEHAVE
t LONGBOATKEY FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home YOU BEEN LOOKING FOR A NICE TWO-BED

1 With 27-footCHRIS CRAFT ROOM HOME IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION? WE HAVE PRICE REDUCED $1,0001
.: $35,000, FURNISHED
ONE WHICH IS CLOSE TO THE GULF AND CLOSE TO
2 Bedroom Furnished Home
Well Landscaped and Sea- SHOPPING--LARGE SCREENED PATIO FOR LAZY 2 BedroomC B HomeNEAR

walled lot.*$ 1,500., Terms LIVING, CARPORT AND UTILITY ROOM. $11,500,
2 B.droom, 1H Bath Home THE GULF
FURNISHED.
On Canal$16,910
f EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING TV
JACK HOLMES Realtor
SMALL HOMES OFDISTINCTION -
\ HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1171 $13,500 With Excellent Terms!
New fn*19 i -*$14,500 85th STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH
2 Bedroom, One Bath L S. PHtnan Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman
Furnished*Hom* *-$l 2,000 HOLMES BEACH BARGAINTWO
One Bedroom, Living Room

&Kitchen.Florida Air Room.Conditioned.Bath and Bonus House No. 5 BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

$12,000 Furnished. CB HOME...NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
*
GULF FRONT HOMES ONLY $10,500.$1,000 Down-$75 P.r Month
Furnished, 2 BR, 1 Bath _---
J Home, with Extra Lots l1i -
$18,500
t 2 Bedroom One*Bath Home WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

Deluxe Interior-$21,500 AVAILABLEAlso
*
BAY & CANAL LOTS
the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
90 x 100 Seawalled ., .
$3,506 CASH
US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
J 2 Bayfront Lots, $5,500EACHTERMS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

.
LARGE BAY FRONT LOT ANOTHER OF OUR NEW BONUS HOMES--51471st
I Soawajled-$8,500
Holmes Beach Lots, Closeto STREET, HOLMES BEACH, ANNA MARIA ISLAND,
Shopping Center-$2,700 IS NOW COMPLETED AND OPEN FOR INSPECTIONI!

Brod.nton EACH Beech Lots- BE SURE TO SEE IT-NOWI! Two Bedrooms; Two Baths; Walter S, Hardin

I $1,500 E;ch. Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area;Large Living Room; Awn.
75 Foot Lot $2,500 Realty Company
52 Lots Iii Holmes' Beach ing Window in Florida Room. Waterfront Lot, Landscapedand

$850 ooch. ,T.nus Sawalld--AII For ONLY $17,7751 Realtors
Parcel 285 ft. on Highway,
800 ft. deep Make Offer. ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
Commercial' Lot 100 x 120 and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
$11,000
Gulf Front .at..ioned Motel' ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
000 PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
) Lots 778-1010 101 CABLE, Manager 778-1756
i Two n The Gulf- BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778.1917

Zoned DupUx-$22,500 JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307



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Page THE ISLANDER Thursday March 8, 1962 J

ROSER GUILD LUNCHEON Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Foster of Dale and Bart Dobbe, sons of Mr.
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Rhinelander, Wis. and Mrs. Evelyn and Mrs. Al Dobbe of Holmes Beach,
Roser Memorial Church Guild will Swanson of Manatowish Waters, Wis. enjoyed joint birthday party at home

meetat 1 p.m. Tuesday March Tii pleasant, sure, to tee OM' name in print-Lom BYRON Jones are guests of North of Mr.Shore and Drive Mrs. ,A.Anna E. Monday evening.. .

13, at the church educational build-' Maria.
r Mrs. Esther Putnam of
Detroit is
ing, witha carry-in luncheon to be CHARLIN VILLAS: Dr. and Mrs. COQUINA APARTMENTS. and S. spending a month with Mr. and Mrs.
servedbyGroup2, under the chair- Charles W. Tanner of Plattsburg, N. Mrs. R. L. Wells of Alexander, III. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Trudel of Lyman S. Putnam of 85th Street.
manship of Mrs. Gene Cox. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. James ..Mrs. Max Grove and Mrs. Cornelia Toledo, Ohio are vacationing at the *
Youngstown, Ohio. ..Mr. and Krings of Glen Ellyn Ill. Kennedy Apartments.
Mrs. Marian Brettle of Bradenton, Mrs. S. Mrs. Frank Dobbe was honored re-
JohnOsenkoof Blissfield, Mich. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. cently at a surprise birthday party,
a member of the Manatee Audubon Mr. and Mrs. Newton Ronan and par- Carl Griesser of Sterling, Ill. .Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Longneckerand which was planned by her daughter
Society will speak on "Birds of the ty of Albany, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Miller of Melrose, daughter Suzan of Le-wisburg, Mary.
Bible, illustrating her talk with HenryW.Williamsof Westmont, Que. Mass.. .Miss Winifred Brown and Ohio have returned home after spend- S. .
paintings of birds mentioned in the PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Miss Thelma Rough of Montreal. ing three weeks with Mr. Longnecker Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vernon of Lex-
Public is invited. Mrs. Jack Bowen and family of Min- BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: s mother,Mrs. Marie Stnpp of Pine ington, Va. are spending the monthin
Scriptures. Brinks of Grand Avenue Anna Maria.
neapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert the Edwards
Officers for the year will be elec- DONNA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rapids, Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cottage.

ted and all members are urged to Darmstatter and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scholley of Cleveland Heights
attend. Easter of Passaic, N. J. Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heffl of
ESTRELLITA APARTMENT: Dr. Butler, Pa. .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE and Mrs. J. W. Hurt of West Jeffer Turner of Hartsville, Tenn.
son, Ohio. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, FloridaThe

REGISTER OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO BIMINI BAY HAY APARTMENTS: and Mrs. James Erdman of Louis- .

Tb. undersigned do h.r.by certify Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Mahar and ville, Ky. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
that they are conducting a garden supply Mrs. Florence Moriarity of Pough- Danko of Chicago. ..Mr. and Mrs.
business at 217 54th Street Holmes keepsie, N. Y.CUTITINOt. Paul Stephan of Oak Ridge N. J. !lSlaK PLa'inactj
beach, Florida, under th. fictitious Mr. and Mrs. Don HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr.
name of THE FLOWER GARDEN, and Norton of Bardnsch of
Chicago.LAYZLIVN and Mrs. F. Brightwater -
that said firm is owned by the following Prescriptions carefully and accurately I filled, filed and recorded for
p.rsonswhoa. names and places of residence -, APARTMENTS: Mr. N. Y. ....Nrs. W. Worley of Win- future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
are as follows Balazs If. Orban and Mrs. Herman VanZyl of Grand ter Haven. Adolph Schwedes of registered pharmacists on the Island.
and Shirley C. Orban, 216 75th Street, Rapids, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lebanon, N. J..Mr. and Mrs.
West, Bradenton Florida. Snoke of Harrisburg, Pa. .Mr. and Fred Sheppard of Valparaiso, Ind. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Ownership of THE FLOWER GARDEN'Arnold Bartlett of Silver Creek, N. Daniel W. Wallace of Moodus,
is follows Balazs If. Orban and Shirley
as .! Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Chamberlain Conn. .Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Beck-
C. Orban.It Ice Toiletries
is our intention to apply to the of White Bear Lake, Minn. with of Beria, Ohio. DeWitt H. Self-Service Deep Freeze Cream Stationery Cigars .
General SundriesCOMPLETE
leach Wear and Books
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Anderson of Is- Simonson of Painesville, Ohio. and Cigarettes Magazines -

Uanatee County, Florida, to register lington, Ont.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Emm- Ross J. Parker of Rock Island, Ill. s
th. said name cf THE FLOWER GAR- ett Johnson of Ft. Wayne, Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. T. KeetofWyckoff -
DEN under the provisions of Chapter
20953. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Hell e r of Ft. N. J. REXALL LINE
BALAZS U. ORBAN Wayne Ind. .. .Mrs. R. Brown of EAST Of THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.C. .
SHIRLEY C. ORBAN West New York, N. J. Weber of Evanston, 111. Mr. Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
216 75th Street West SCHELTER HOUSE: Gen. and and Mrs. StuartO'Byne' of Oak Park,
Bradenton. Florida Mrs. L. S. Swindler of Berlin, Md. and Mrs. Wade Schaubelof
2-22. 3-1. a, 15.62NOTICE 111..Mr. Han 771-1411 Night 771-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Vedder of
Oak Park, Ill. .Mr. and Mrs. B.
Ann Arbor, Mich. .. .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Weber Jr. of Park Ridge, 111. .
OF INTENTION TO Mazonke of Mt. Clemens, Mich. Mrs. Virginia Swan of Park Ridge,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME SCHELTER APARTMENT: Mr. 111. Visit OurMEN'S
The undersigned do hereby certify and Mrs. D. C. Nordhoff, Mr. and SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr. and
that they are conducting a restaurant Mrs. Wesley Highmiller and Dr. and Mrs.Walter Huss of Decatur, Ill. .
business at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Mrs. C. E. Mumma of Dayton! Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. M.'Kapche of Chicago DEPARTMENTBERMUDA
Florida, under the fictitious name of
THE ISLAND COFFEE SHOPPE and SWARTS'SUNSET APARTMENTS: Dr. and Mrs. F. Carpente of Pitt-
Donald and Edward Mc-
that said firm is owned by the following Clayton sfield, Mass.
persons,whose names and places of residence Guire of Alliance, Ohio. .Mr. and ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and SHORTS
are as follows Herbert Stewart Mrs. Kenneth Izard Sr. of Syracuse, Mrs. Robert Baer of Tarpon Springs
and Opal Stewart, 9906 Gulf Drive, An- N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sperow .Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick of St. SPORT SHIRTSCABANA

na Ownership Maria, Florida.of THE ISLAND COFFEE of Beattyville, Ky. Mr. and Petersburg .Mr. and Mrs. J. Wil- SETS
SHOPPE is as follows Herbert Stewart Mrs. Ernest Douglas of Southfield, son and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ballen-
and Stewart. Mich. .A. Heller of Plant SWIM TRUNKS
Opal City. tine of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. W.
It is our intention to apply to the Everett Swarts of Jacksonville.PALM S. Moore of Sullivan, Ind. .Mr. and SLACKS i.,.. '"
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for ,
COURT Mr. and Mrs. Milo
: Mrs. Cecil of Anburndale, -
Hasvey
Uanatee County Florida, to registersaid
Edwards of McFarland Wis. .Mr.
name of THE ISLAND COFFEE GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and
SHOPPE under th. provisions of Chapter and Mrs. E. Allison of Essex, Ont. Mrs. Edward M. Beger of Irvington, ,
20953,Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. .Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Money of N.J. .Mr. and Mrs. Luther D. Sipe JUST ARRIVED
HERBERT STEWART Belle River, Ont. .Mr. and Mrs. and son of Somerset, Pa. .Mr. and SUNBACKS by PAT PERKINS t
OPAL STEWART M. Curtis of Milford, N. H. .
9906 Gulf Drive ,Henry Mrs.Maynard Leedom of Chillicothe, MISSES $5.95 HALF SIZES
Anna Maria, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vaitknnas of Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sey-
3 4, 15, 22. 29, '62 Hooksett, N. H..Mr. and Mrs. mour of Columbus, Ohio. .Mr and

George Williams of Reeds Ferry, N. Mrs. Kenneth Norgart and Mr. and ,:.... _:'P
,
H. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Konyndyk of Mrs. Don Happ of Peoria, 111. ..Mr.
Hudsonville, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. P. Franklin of Shelby,
UNCLASSIFIEDAdv John Meyers and Mrs. Sarah Hen- Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knightof
rickson of Munising, Mich. Prescott, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs.
( Payrntnt Rtqulrtd) CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Robert Kroeckel of Indianapolis. .
1.00 inch; SOc minimumFOR Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blough of Grand Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pesnell of Bel-
Ledge, Mich. Mrs. Charles Avery levue, Ohio. Miss Elaine M. Bra- ...,.w., t4: Phone

of Clarksville, Mich. ..Mr. and ckett, and family of Eau Gallie. .Mr. PIN -
.
SALE: Two adjoining wooded Mrs. S. Hersh and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- and Mrs. Thomas Costa and familyof 4 a *+* men lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto
high ry Lampl of Yonkers. N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. IRENE CASSADY, OWNER
shopping: center and walkwayto John Osenko and family of Bliss-
FLEETWOOD APARTMENT: Mr.
Calf. Each lot S7H ft. front by and Mrs. Phil Hogan and daughtersof field Mich. Bill and Don Albersof
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor Sparta, Mich.HUMMEL Edmonton, Alberta. SEE OUR WONDERFUL ASSORTMENT OF
homes. Will sell separately. COTTAGE:Mr. and Mrs. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.
Phone owner at 7781619. Fred Hoffman of DeMotte, Ind. and Mrs. A. H. Sweatman of Staten PLACE MATS
SCHELTER DECK: Mr. and Mrs. Island, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. R. J.

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. Joe D. Barnett of South Bend Ind. Barnes of Philadelphia. ALBACA-HEMP WOVEN-STRAW SEA-GRASS
TENANCE: Mowing edging, trim PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. MCDONALD'S APARTMENTS: Mr
mini Floor cleaned and polished L. W. Blair of Montreal. and Mrs. Charles Klein of GrandHaven 5S 55. *

Window washed and oiled TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert YESI WE HAVE A SHELL PRINT LINEN TOWEL
... Prompt and efficient service) Gene Schadow of Minneapolis. .Mr. Overmire of Port Clinton, Ohio. .
Raatonahl rate reference farnished. and Mrs. J. C. Bright and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ebert of Find IT'S A MUSTI
Ken Fellow Phone 7784894 Mrs. L. L. Wadsworth of Lakeland. lay, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs.Don Blunk
after 430. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Evelsizeiof RENTAL LIBRARYj

C. E. Reynolds of Unionville, Conn. Bloomington, Ind. .Mr. Waltei f The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sale & Serr. .Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mitchell ol f Herman of New Albany, Ind. ,
ice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. Ormond Beach. Mr. and Mr. J. Ed- -.;, Shtand John DuytschaverIF

Frank Beard. 7781431. elson of Mahopac, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp and fam

WEST WIND SHORESMr. and Mrs. ily of Samia, Ont. are enjoying a va-
FOR SALE 12 24 foot Furnished
: x
Cabana.With 8 x 23 foot Aluminum Ruben Bauer of Marshfield, Wis. cation at the OS.Cooper Cottage. WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L.
Trailer. Complete, including electric A. Millar of Bay City. Mich. ...Mr. Mrs. L. L. Wright of Lake Orion, SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this
brakes. Hare moved North and and Mrs. Lloyd Leavitt of Alpena, Mich. is spending two months with it the place!
MUST SELL! See Jim Templin at Mich.. .Major Allen Mciver of Baie her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Calf Park.AVAILABLE. D'Urfe, Qae. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mrs. Frank Dobbe of Haverkos Court. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
Miller of New York City. e a
:BeaatifaJ Poodle Pappies -
by Williams K-9 Beauty Shop,
6328 I4th ,Street West Bradenton. I ISLAND TV Come see our NEW. .EXCITING. .

GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703 "Home furnishings with a flair. that love salt air"
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes.
Beach. $3,300Terms.CORNER .
LOT on Paved Street. Zenith [COLOR! Philco ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
$2,650 Cash. John B. Prothero,
Registered Broker 116-81st St.

TELEPHONE 778-2SS4._ _
SPRING TACKLE SALETHE
The
ALTERATIONS on aH kind of cloth Best

.... Dmmking Drape. Phone
Mr*. Frank Beard. 778-143L
Insurance FISHING IS GOOD AND DOBBE'S IS HAVING A
FOR SALE: Canal Lot on ChilsonAvcnne.
Call 7782177. SPECIAL SALE OF RODS & REELS, SPINNING, CAST-

I ISLANDER PHOTOS: As a service tneq Always ING, DEEP SEA RIGS--ALL AT SPECIAL SPRING SALE

to oar readers, 5 by 7 enlargementsof PRICES.
any picture appearing in The Islander
are available $1.25 each. suMnce Costs Less f/l/l/l Wand Hardware
*> 8
& Marine SupplyIf
FOR SALE: 2 Large Holme. Beach
Holmes leach 77M697
Lots with plenty of trees. Near orn1541 it's Gtaerol Hardware or Homcwarn or Gardes Supplies, we toe It-

Shopping Center and zoned for or will get it for you 778-2311 I

Dapleses. 2.500 each, tern*. Evlnrudo
AUTHORIZED DEALER Larson Boots, Scott &
Call 778-1010. Walter S. Hardln .
Realty Co., Inc., Realtors. YOU ISLAND'S OLDEST I INSURANCE AGENCY Motors, Murray Traitors.n .