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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 15, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good



No. 540 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 TEN CENTS

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NEW ISLAND BUS SERVICE BRADENTON BEACH MEETING.


Jesse C. Wright Bradenton announced
Ordinance PassedThe
Thursday that he plans to Sign

operate a daily bus service betweenthe

Island and Bradenton, startingthis Bradenton Beach City Council at its regular meeting Thursday

month. evening passed the city's first sign ordinance which will become effective -

Wright, an employee of Cities = b after its second reading at the April meeting. The new ordinance

Transit, Inc. of Florida, former operator provides for regulation of signs permits, and penalties for vio-

of the Island bus run, said lation of its provisions.

he has purchased the franchise for Mayor Victor Rebel reported that shuffleboard courts, recently

the run from Cities Transit for an installed next to the city office building are now ready for use by the

undisclosed sum. R public.
Present plans are to start the ser 4 Frank Davidson of Gulf Drive North was appointed a member of the

vice by March 15, although there city planning and zoning board to replace Reid who resigned from
the board in December after he elected
may be some delay until approvalof was mavor.

the franchise transfer, and an operating Councilman Henry Meunier read a report on the controversial

permit are received from Bradenton Beach City Pier. Meunier said that under the terms of the

lease on the pier, the city has no jurisdiction over fees charged for
the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities -
Commission.A fishing on the pier. According to the lease, the lessee, Howard Miller,

is to pay for utilities, but for some reason, the city has paid for elec-
used
12-passenger bus will be by
tricity 'Since September, 1959 when Miller assumed the lease, with
the new on a schedule of
operator
the bills amounting to approximately $10 per month.
six round trips daily, except Sunday. VISITING YACHT 105-foot converted Navy patrol boat, now the private.
Meunier also said the lease called for to the city as rent,
Wright, who is a driver for Cities ly owned KATERI-TEK: registered out of Kingston, N. Y. Boat put Into payment
of the income the hence the of the
two cent at pier, terms
Transit, plans to drive the bus him- Bay Saturday night and anchored off Anna Maria City Pier to escape high per gross
self, and if on the line waves and rough seas In the Gulf. (Islander Photo) city charter make it mandatory that the city audit Miller's books to
patronage determine the amount to be paid and that a copy of the liability insurance -
seems to warrant it, he will provide
policy should be kept in the city office.

service on Sunday. VENICE-TAMPA BAY SECTION HOLMES BEACH MEETING Councilman John Q. Adams introduced a motion, which passed
The route to be followed will be
I that the bill Miller for the bills
unanimously, city power already paid,
from the bus transfer point at 10th INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY LACKS QUORUM
and demand a regular a u d i t of his books and a copy of the insurance
':ta.: Street and Manatee Avenue, Brad- STARTING SOON Absence of two members caused policy.

enton, south on Route 301 to Cor-
Another 35 .mile section of the postponement of a scheduled meet- President Bill Lee of the Island Chamber of Commerce asked the
tez Road, west on Cortez Road to
West Florida Intracoastal Waterway, ing of the Holmes Beach Boardof council fora contribution of $400 to the chamber, in keeping with an
the Island via the Cortez Bridge,
south to Bridge Street, then north from CaseysPass at Venice Inlet to Aldermen last week because a established custom. Although no action was taken at the meeting,

will be under con- quorum was not present. severalmembers of the council indicated they were in favor of grant-
along Gulf Drive to the Anna Mar- Tampa Bay put
Two petitions for changes in ing the request.In .
ia City Pier, with a regular stop at tract soon by the U. S. Army Corpsof
Engineers.Bids zoning, moved up from the Feb- other action the council: Voted to increase the city office petty
Beach
me Manatee County pavilion..
On the the route on the estimated$1.5 million ruary meeting, will be reconsid- cash account to $100.
return trip, same
the of Voted to order a set of 1961 Florida Statute Books.
be with the job will be opened by Corps ered at the April meeting.
will followed a stop at
Trailways Terminal on.13th Street, Engineers in Jacksonville on April Board 'President Merrill Tritt, Voted to install a pressure water system- ,-- and overhaul-- plumbing at ..r
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the office.
West 17, according to a recent announcement whose term expired this week, is city
to discharge or pick
up pass-
Voted against of a proposed resolution to increase cigaretand
by District Engineer Col. J. vacationing in Mexico,andAljler- passage
engers.In V. Sollohub. gasoline taxes. The resolution was proposed by the Florida Leagueof
addition to the ser- man Mrs. Ruby White was confined -
passenger The 150-mile stretch of protected Municipalities and was designed to give cities more revenue. Pas-
to her home by illness.
and del-
vice, Wright will pick up from the CaloosahatcheeRiver sage of the measure will be asked of the next legislature, with use of
iver small the waterway Despite the lack of a ,
parcels along route. quorum
to Anclote River will be com- its provisions optional for each town or city. The proposal would increase -
the three members
Passenger fare for the Bradenton present, JohnE.
under construction as soon cigaret taxes three cents per package, and gasoline taxes one
or
trip will be 45 cents one way, and pleted Holmes Jr., F. Bouvard Shell
as two more contracts are let for a cent per gallon.
80 cents round trip. Fare anywhereon and Harold Chapman, asked Chapman -

the Island will be 20 cents. The 24-mile section from Venice to to be president pro tern, and WHITE, BECKETT, STAFFORD
SPECIAL REPORT
'The
rate for parcels will be 50 cents for Charlotte Harbor. waterwaywill they also expressed approval ofa WINNERS IN HOLMES BEACH-
anything under two pounds.BuseswillleavelOth be nine feet deep and 100 feet corrected budget for the fiscal The three cities on Anna Maria

and Manateeat wide along the entire distance. which ended in February. Island believe that the Manatee In a heavy vote Tuesday Mrsr;.
year
Included under the contract on Ruby White was re-elected to her
and 9:15 a.m. and two Also receiving unofficial County Commission has unj ustly
every appro-
which bids will be opened April 17, deprived them of substantialsums second, and John H. ,Beckett to- -
hours thereafter until 5:15 p.m. Inbound val was a request for two street
i is dredging the channel from Caseys his first term the
trips will leave the Anna Ma- lights on 71st Street. A requestfor of money to which they are two-year on
Pass to Tampa Bay, including the Holmes Beach Board of Alder-
ria City Pier at 8 and 10:15 a.m. an additional light on 74th legally entitled. Under Florida
the Gulf.
Pass
and at two hour intervals thereafter. dredging three Caseys million to of (Continued on Page 4) State Law, a county may levy on men.Mrs.White polled 257 votes;

Wright said he is considering the.material Nearly will be removed cubicyards from the all property in the county, including Beckett, 242; Ralph 1.. Brown, .

purchase of a 30-passenger bus for' waterway in order to open the nine CIGARETTE TAX REFUNDS property in incorporated 61, and Robert R. Rankin, 124. ,"

charter work{ which the franchise foot deep channel. The successful Cigarette tax refunds to the Island municipalities in the county, a With the election offering the .
based collections for road work called the first contest for the board in
permits, and if passenger traffic on bidder will be allowed 490 calendar cities on tax ,

the regular bus run is sufficient he days to complete the work. during January, were as follows: Road and Bridge Fund. But half three years, 359 of 651 registered -

will use the larger bus on the run. Col. Sollohub also announced m that Anna Maria, $391; Bradenton the tax raised in an incorporated voters went to the polls, more

Despite the poor financial return the section of the West Coast chan- Beach, $920Holmes Beach, $692; municipality must be returned to than 55 per cent, considered a

f' cited by previous operators of the nel from Tampa Bay northward to and Longboat Key, $714. that municipality as a Road and good turnout for a city electionin

i run as the reason for abandoning it, AncloteRiver is almost 40 per cent Bridge Tax Refund. Such refunds Holmes Beach. I

Wright feels a careful one-man operation complete and theworkis scheduledfor HOLMES BEACH CANDIDATESAT obviously are of great benefit to In the only other contest of the

"Could make some moneyfor completion by the end of 1962. RALLY THURSDAY the citiesEDITOR'S. day, City Marshal Leon F. Stafford

its owner, if people on the Is- won re-election over candidate -
land patronize the ,service." Forty-three persons including six NQTE: This report is Kenneth C. Fellows 179 to
candidates, some reporters, and at
He pointed out that he will be on on a tax matter of great current 167.
least a non-residents, attendeda
leave of' absence from Cities Tran- .. Holmes Beach political rally at interest and concern to each of Former Mayor Carl F. Scott,

sit, and if the run is not patronized the Island School Thursday night. the three Island cities. It was running unopposed, was given

enough to make it worthwhile fina- The rally, billed as the first such written by Mayor Carl F. Scott of 290 votes, to elect him to a sixth

ncially, he will be able to return to <, : M$ gathering in the twelve-year historyof Holmes Beach, whose extensive one-year term. Scott, who was

his present job. the city, was sponsored by the research qualifies him as the first elected in 1966, served five

ISLAND BANK ART EXHIBITS recently organized Independent Vo- leading expert on the subject in terms, retiring from the job last

ters Committee, under the chair- the area. year. When Mayor Pete Niles an-

According recent announce- manship of Antonio Camboni. Also under the law, a county nounced he would not be a can-

,ment by Clarence E. Brewer, Candidates spoke at the rally (Continued on Page 4) (Continued en Page 3)

president of the Island Bank, a were former Mayor Carl F. Scott, .

series of exhibits of paintingsby I the only candidate for mayor in the ; J
ANNA MARIA
ir41 ISLAND WEATHER
area artists will be shown at R .I city election Tuesdays AldermanMrs.

the bank starting Thursday, March Ruby White, John H. Beckett, Temperatures Wafer Rainfall

15. The series will be under the Ralph L. Brown and Robert R. Ran-

supervision of the Art League of kin, all candidates for the two vacancies J 8am Noon 6pm High

Manatee County. on the board of aldermen, -
Mar. 6--46 52 54 62 65 None
Each of the exhibits will hang and Ken Fellows, a candidate for
Mar. 7--52 56 52 60 63 None
for approximately a month, and city marshal. c Mar. 8--50 63 60 66 65 None
After each of the candidates had
the first of paintings will
group Mar. 9--60 72 68 76 67 None

be by Island artists only. ONE OF THREE NEW signs erected outlined his platform, the membersof Mar. 10--66 78 72 82 69 None

\ Subsequent exhibits will include or the three entrances to the Island theaudience questioned them on Mar. 11--70 80 74 86 71 None

works by both Island and by the local chamber of commerce. various phases and problems of city Mar.12--70 76 72 84 70 ..5IIt

other artists. (Islander Photo) government.



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ANNA.MARIA
FLORIDA

TELEPHONE 778.2021 eKse aK .

Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR

News and advertising.............MARGE. KiMBALL Best comment overheard about
Tunnel of Love: FirstSenior Cit- ;:1FTi-IiIi
Mall Addr.sss Anna Maria, Florida izen to SecondS. C. "I hear it's" :::, : ,

quite sexy, but one can stand it. \
Subscription>> $3.50 a y.ar; $2.00 for six months, payable>> in "
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for Once again we want to expressour !
six consecutive Insertions if paid by tenth of following month. thanks to the Bayou Marina,
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. for the use of its water-taxi ser- .

vice to help us in obtaining pic- .,. ::: z -
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn :; ..
m tures of offshore objects such as ,, -. : ; ; _. -
Independent and wrecked boats. And ,>
weekly
published every Thursday by visiting 4 ...
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida special thanks to our young pilots --
of last Sunday, Jimmy Scha- BRADENTON BEACH city trash burning area at south end of Island,
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. mbers and Don Thurlow Jr. which rapidly is beginning to resemble something other than a bonfire II
site. It was the subfect of a complaint I and discussion at last week's
meeting of the city council. (Islander Photo)
Welcome Mr. WrightSince An extremely interesting articlein 4
the February issue of National
the operator of the Island bus line suspended service in Aug- Geographic about the Florida

ust, some Island residents have missed it sorely and many others colony of Roseate Spoonbills, a
agree that some form of public transportation here is extremely des- group of which a part spends its
irable.At.
winters along the Anna Maria
long last a Bradenton man, Jesse C. Wright, has indicated he Bridge causeway on Perico Is-
plans to resume the bus service. Mr. Wright's announcement indicateshe
land. We feel fortunate in
is of and in view of the may
a man courage temerity, especially poor having them as visitors because
record of financial return reported by the two previous operators of the
their total number is small.A .
line the reason given for discontinuing in both cases. I
in the article indicates
W, W. Chastain and his son, Waldron Chastain, who operated the map
for number of their for the this area as the northernmost
run a years gave as reason giving up run,
that it lost money consistently. Later, Cities Transit ran the line for point visited by the spectacular r.op.1t4
approximately 18 months and abandoned the run for the same reason. looking birds.
The latter company, through its Bradenton manager, Reuben Ford, *
said the line not only didn't make a profit, but it lost money at an The new board of directors of

average rate of $20 to $30 per day. the Island Youth Center recentlywrote
Cities Transit, Inc. of Florida is a large company which operatesbus to each member of the old
lines in approximately a dozen Florida and Georgia cities, thus board, thanking them individually
qualifying it as an efficient and experienced organization. But neitherits for the time and effort they
efficiency nor experience seemed to help it make money on the run had expended on "the organization t 9

to the Island. and administration" of the
Besides the general fact that it lost money, the specific reason for HOLMES BEACH WINNERS in Tuesday's city election. Bottom row,
A and
losing money was what its officials called the widespread practice on center. good thought, we Aldermen Mrs. Ruby White and John H. Beckett. Top row, City Marshal
the Island of friends or neighbors picking up potential bus passengers, want to congratulate both boards. Leon F. Stafford, Mayor Carl F. Scott and City Clerk Mrs. Polly Archer. II


even as they waited for the bus, plus the use of carpools or unlicensed I

jitneys. ,
Since the discontinuance of bus service, there has been much
organized and individual agitation for resumption of some form of bus We Proudly Announce i

transportation indicating some feeling of need or desire for such trans

portation.Mr. .
Wright has been quoted as saying he believes the line can makea
An Exihibit Of I
profit by keeping it small and if it is patronized by the residents of Paintings By -
,
the Island. It is interesting to note that he did not burn all his bridges *" -
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behind him but left the way open so he could return to his present job "
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if his new venture does not prosper. ) ISLAND ARTISTS /

Now, because of the dismal financial record of the Island bus run, _, .
and the number of past failures it appears that the new service very
well maybe the last opportunity Islanders will have to enjoy the con- OPENING MARCH 15
venience of public transportation here.
So the answer should be very apparent--if you value the service and 'i. ..-.'
want it to continue--PATRONIZE ITI! ..
Sponsored By


ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

MARCH --HIGH- -LOW-- Art League Of Manatee CountyVi

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16 Fri. 11:20 a.m. 0.8 8:39 p.m. 1.3 3:15 a.m.0.7 2:08 p.m. 0.6
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23 Fri. 12:54 a.m. 1.1 12:51 p.m. 1.3 6:30 a.m.0.1 7:07 p.m.0.5
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25 Sun. 2127 a.m. 0.8 1:45 p.m. 1.5 7:15 a.m. 0.2 8:44 p.m.0.6 Effective April 1,1962 We Will Pay
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;(; Let's GoFishing Bryan each a 21 pound grouper,and HOLMES BEACH WINNERS... ROSER OFFICERS ELECTEDThe

f CHURCHESHARVEY Jose Rose, 16 1/2 pound grouper. (Continued from Page 1)) following officers were elect-

! MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDenominational Sunday: R. L. Clay, 103 pound didate for re-election,Scott's sup- ed at the recent annual meeting of

i- ( ) jewfish;Greg Wilson, 19 pound gro- porters circulated a petition to Roser Memorial Community Church:
Beach
r. REV.Bradenton A. W. SIMMS uper, and Herb Young an 18 pound have his name placed on the ballot Paul Krone, trustee;Fred Frost, John

SUNDAY: grouper. filing it with more than 150 Nichols, Max Cole, Russell Guild
4< 9:30 jn. Sunday School. One of the ADMIRALS will sail on signatures. 1,and Wallace Warner, deacons; Mrs.
10:30 a.m. Worship .Serricc. High winds and high seas early last Sunday to watch the De Soto land- Returned to office for a sixth Edward Walker, Mrs. Max Cole and

ST. BERNARD MISSION week kept the Cortez fishing boats ing at Shaw's Point, leaving Cortez one-year term was City ClerkMrs. Mrs. Allen Crawford, deaconesses;
fries: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLLR at their docks until Friday. at 12:30. Tickets at the pier for any Pauline Archer, who also Charles D. Jordan, chairman of the
Schedule of Masses ADMIRAL TOO, Friday: W. M who wish to make the trip.WOMAN'S ran unopposed. She polled 325 finance committee; Miss Lalla Davis -
SUNDAYS: 8.-00: and 10:00 ajn. Miller, 23 1/2 pound grouper; Phil chairman of missionsbenevolence -
votes.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Ogden, 22 pounder and Lewis Sri CLUB ELECTION committee; Mrs. Wallace
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. All the winners in the election
cker, a 211/2 pound grouper. Warner, chairman music comm-
and Benediction.
Rosary Officers elected at a recent meet- take office immediately.
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pjn. Sunday: Harry Allen, 30 pounder; ittee;Mrs. Carl Scott, chairman of
of the Island Woman's Club,
Wayne Doss and Fred Carlson tied ing board of religious education; Gene
ANNUAL
SHUFFLEBOARDCLUB
Charles second
for second each catching a 21 lb. were: Mrs. Snyder Moss, vice-chairman of b o a r d of
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Dr. Jane Carboni, DINNER MARCH 26
vice-president
;
Rrr. Lu RATUIT Pastor black grouper. Benny Kaufman, an religious education; M. J. Niles,
Mrs. James Si- The fourth annual dinner of the
recording secretary;
cobia. School and
eight pound Sunday superintendent,
THURSDAY: e c r eta r Anna Maria Shuffleboard Club, at
polski, corresponding y;
3:00 ADMIRAL, Friday:Lots of grouper John Russo, vice-chairman of theushers'
Jr. G. A. &Sunbeams.
p.m. : and be
Mrs. Kenneth Tout treasurer, which prizes for the year will
FRIDAY: caught the Admiral's passengers, committee.
Mrs. McCallum, financial awarded will be served at the
Harry par-
10:00 a.m. Week of Prayer for 150 to 200 on each trip. Robert Mc-
Home Missions. secretary. ish house of the Church of the An EPISCOPAL LENTEN SERVICEThe
Comb, William Evers and Louis
will be installed at the annual 4408 Gulf Drive Hol- the Lenten Service
7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Cl.... Schumacher, each a 16 1/2 pound They nunciation preacher at
SUNDAY: black spring luncheon at Holmes mes Beach, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, at the Episcopal Church of the An-
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. grouper. Beach on April 5. March 26. Tickets for the dinner nunciation at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
Willie Willis and
Saturday: T. M.
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. may be obtained from committee day, March, will be the Rev. H.
6:30 Youth Choir.
p.m. members club officers. Only 100 Ellsworth Chandlee Missionary of
7:30 p.m. Worship Service.
TUESDAY: tickets are available. the Philippines.
.
10:00 a.m. Vota Vita Class.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G. A.
SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
WEDNESDAY: -
6:30 p.m. Pot Luck Supper.
7:30 Meeting.p.m. Church Business &: Prayer GENERAL MASONRY

8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. i I Ii

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNeaDenominational i'i L Complete Installations
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Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor r
WILLIAM R. KERMODE
THURSDAY:
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. ; ANNA MARIA 778-2557
:SUNDAY:
... 9:00 Lm. Worship Service. -
10:00 a.m. Sunday School.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. _
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5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. If .'": sau&I
6:30 p.m. Senior and Intermediate

#-'_J .' 6:30 Youth p.m.Fellowship.Adult Program. Bobby Pratt of Bradenton Beach and Island visitor Susan Coe of North WATCH FOi. 5L E .

MONDAY: Bay, Ont. Bobby ,.is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pratt Jr. and Susan You may have already wonIOOWORTH
1:00 p.m. Salad Plate Luncheon the granddaughter of long time winter residents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lines.
Slides by Mrs. Carrie Drew. (Islander Photo) $ OF PITTSBURGH
WEDNESDAY: AND BRUSHES
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group.
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. in Pittsburgh Paints SIOOOOO
7:30 p.m. Board of Religions Edu- Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. ,
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cation. LUCKY NUMBER GIVEAWAY

i GLORIA-DEI-EVANGELICAL REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE J.. 1000 winning numbers No two numbers alike

LUTHERAN CHURCH Established .
Minister: Rxv. FRANK.LYERLY 1908A

SUNDAY 8:30 &:: 11:00 a.m. The Service. Phone Call Will Bring a Representative HOLMES SUPPLIES

9:45 a.m. Church School.
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, 422 Twelfth. St. Phone 742-1431

TUESDAY 508 74th: St. BRADENTON Building Material

7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. '

8:00 74th p.m.Street.Luther League 508 Free DeliveryPHONES

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CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION IeIil!
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Island Bowling League Harvey Meyer.................... 211 SPECIAL REPORT... of property under the new re-ap -
Aaron VanOstenbridge.......210 (Continued from Page 1) praisal. The regular road and

Lefty Miller.....................203 may set up one or more SpecialTax bridge fund millage was set at
Roger Haynes....................201 Districts for road work, and 1.9 and the special district mil-
Ralph Kleinbeck...............201 may levy taxes on the property lage at 2.29. This shows that
Steve Alex......................201 in that district for construction; more than half the. county road
Clyde Harman....................201 and maintenance, but its pov era, needs were obtained from the
Roger Haynes....................200 to tax in such districts deem special districts, without refundto
Jim Wuichet.....................194 limited only to projects approvedby any city. An examination of
referendum vote of the taxpa- Statutes indicates County
TOP TEN SERIES I
-. yers of the Special District. Commission may well have ex-
Bob Guild.......................598 In Manatee County there are ceededits powers under the Con. I
Tropical Vista once again was Roger Haynes....................570 five such special districts, and stitution building up the tax
favored by Lady Luck in Island Kayo Keding....................554 prior to 1960, the money raised stitution by raising the tax in
Bowling League action Friday Clyde Harman....................536 for road work in the special dis- the special districts without referendum -
evening. Its tie match was dup- Jim Wuichet....................534 tricts was only about 5 per cent vote of those affected.
licated by second-place Schu- Eddie Wiese....................531 of the total road money raised by VACANCY SIGN attached to sign
The Island for Bradenton Beach
chard Plumbing, so that relative George Dykstra.................527 taxation. Tax money raised in a of the was placed in one sums up the motel) accommodation cottage court i
standings did not change. 'Lefty Miller......................527 special district is not subject to county's five special dis- picture on the Island right now. It
Teamandhigh individual scores Harvey Meyer...................517 the requirement that one-half the tricts away back in 1920, when reads "Vacancy for 1 Midget." i

were as follows:Tropical Vista 2, Hugh Holmes.....................516 amount raised in a municipalitymust there were no incorporated the Island.municipalities The- !
Island Marine Supply 2. (Bob on HOLMES BEACH MEETING...
FOUR LOW GAMES be returned to that munici- special district was created for

Guild, 215-598;Jim Wuichet, 194- Dick Wagner....................101 pality. the specific purpose of raising (Continued from Page 1))
534). Street will be checked
Earl Mowry...................... 103 For the fiscal year 1960-61, funds for building the original by City :
The Islander 2, Schuchard Plu- Engineer Howard Scott.
Don Mellin........................109 and again for 1961-62, the Mana- Cortez Bridge, plus certain rather {
mbing 2. (Kayo Keding, 193-554; Russ Guild....................... 110 tee County Commission decided short sections of highway relating A complaint about illegal real r
Steve Alex, 201, Clyde Harman, John VanOstenbridge..l10 toraise more than half the money thereto. The special dis- estate signs was referred to theboard's
201-536)). needed for roads by taxation in sign committee.
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trict and its had been
SEASON'S TEN SERIES purpose
TOP
Bayou Marina 2,VanOstenbridgeBuilders about !
Complaints
alleged
the special districts. This had referendum illegal
approved by a vote,
2. (Lefty Miller, 203- Bob Guild.........................705 the effect of reducing greatlythe occupancy of a duplex by a num- :
but the !!
for special projects only
527; Aaron VanOstenbridge, 210- Jim Wuichet.....................638 road tax refunds to the cit- It is the continuance of the tax ber of families were discussed, ,
509)). Andy Rasmussen...............629 ies, and so saved the county in this district after the and appropriate action promised. :li.
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 2, Clyde Harman....................607 some money. Butnone of the mon- long Formal approval of the matters f
have been
Anna Maria Electric 2. (Harvey Aaron VanOstenbridge..599Bob ey raised in any of the special original projects com- given unofficial endorsement at !

Meyer, 211,. George Dykstra,527; Guild.......................598 districts was spent in any cityin pleted that is,and without a referendum, the meeting is expected at theApril
Ralph Kleinbeck, 201-502)). George Thibodeau.............596 such district, all of it being questioned. ;
Island Bank 3, Dick Wagner Bob Guild.......................594 used in unincorporated areas of I meeting.tNOWATPIERRE'SI. I ;

Realty 1. (Mickey Banyas, 180, Cliff Weston......................593 the county. This change causeda
Cotton Brewer, 445; Earl Parks, Ed Wiese.........................591 loss of revenue to the three Island .>
181-498). Bob Guild........................591 cities of about $15,000 in
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 3, SCHEDULE-March 16 1961, ,and $18,000 in 1962. So "Fabulous Fashions .
Stanley Insurance 1. (Ed Wiese,
the three Island cities feel
Ian der Island-Marine now
The Is
180-531!; Earl Drew, 186-501). Sup. the them
$33,000.
Stanley Insurance-Dick Wagner county owes for Special Occasions"Let
LEAGUE STANDINGS Island BankSchuchard.Plumbin@A. Millage in the regular road and

Tropical Vista.................74.5 M. Electric-Bayou Marina I' bridge fund in 1959 was 6.63, Miss Bauerle, of the national award winning family
and in the special districts aboutone
Schuchard Plumbing..71 VanOstcnbridgeLayZLivNTropical of Chicago, create a completely new coiffure for'you. The -t
VanOstenbridge Builders....65 Vista-Pete Reynard's mill.In 1960 the regular fund
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments..62 .millagc was reduced to 4, and skills that have made the Bauerle family famous will cost

Anna Maria Electric..57Island JOIN THE ISLAND CHAMBE the special district millage; rais- you no more.

Marine Supply..56 OF COMMERCE-IKE SMALL I ed to 5. In 1961, the mill ages NEXT "FASHION LUNCHEON" TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
The Islander.................... 55 MEMBERSHIP FEE WILL BE A. were all reduced because of the
.... than double total 1 to 2 P.M. PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB
Dick Wagner Realty...... 53 GOOD INVESTMENT! more valuation
Stanley Insurance..............51 .-.- ----- R' HAIR STYLES by PIERRE'S \
Island Bank....................47 ,j, /" .1"itfl 11..Wli! J tIIHIII'!I Ir!! Ill.ttWUtl", 'IIILnj \ '\ WARDROBE by RAYMOND'S

Pete Reynard's Rest..........41.5 ,i '; Ij'. ; I : t'I! :c./ I J 1; R SWIMWEAR BY IRENE'SPIERRE'S

Bayou Marina..................39 !l1 fm 11 ,,,,,. '' ''' -1".11, : ,.,. .. ".. ,.rLiI', ,+
TEN GAMES t 1H1fl! r1I;; ''A.!' ,R iT! rr4,!tipbiml,\ BEAUTY STUDIO PIERRE H. DUBA, OWNER
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BROWNIE TROOP 6 with loader, Mrs. Mel Akins. Troop meets at Epis-
copal Church of the Annunciation, but is not sponsored. It has 20 members *
who llvo on the Island and Longboat Koy. As an observance of ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of new cooperative apartments Seaside Gardens -
National Girl Scout Week, the troop presented the church with two small on 63rd Street, Holmes Beach, which will be open for inspection
palm tr.... starting Saturday, March 17. Five-unit apartment building was built by I
CRUISERS Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wal- Holmes Construction Company for Jack Holmes, Developer.
lick of 72nd Street, Holmes Beach, _.
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MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ,,
the S. S. CLAIBORNE for a two-
> week trip to Puerto Rico. Makingthe KERMODE COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Boss of Bay
c trip with the Wat Ticks were Mr. Mrs.Harold Swartout of Whitehouse, Boulevard, Anna Maria, entertained
and Mrs. Paul Stratton of Chicago, N. J. Michigan friends at dinner last.weekin
who returned to the Island as guestsof honor of their daughter and hus-
Mr. and Mrs. Wallick. HACKNEY COTTAGE: Mr. and band, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of
Mrs. Pat Earl of Montreal. Holland, Mich., who have been their
guests. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
ISLANDER PARTICIPATES IN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carrigan of John Folkerts, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
BRADENTON Sheridan, Wyom. and Mr. and Mrs. VanderMeer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van-
INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
LIONS George Knobloch of Decker, Mont., derMeer and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bly,
Islander Frank A. Dobbe, directorof who have been guests of Mrs. Char- all from Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs.
CHUCK UJflGON sales for the Huck Manufacturing lotte Snyder of Gulf Drive, Bradenton Perry Wheeler of Muskegon; Mr. and
Beach, left for home Monday. Mrs. Fred Gray of Greenville; Mr.
Company of Detroit, last week took .
and Mrs. Jay Guernsey, Mrs. Myrtle
part in an industrial institute at the SANS SOUCI COTTAGE: Mr. and Gage of Lake Orion, and Mr. Robert
University of Wisconsin. His com- Mrs. J. Zambon of Rhinelander,Wis. Eylis of Holland.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON at the bath at the south end of the Island found
the chuck wagon of the Bradenton Lions Club dispensing refreshments to pany manufactures precision rivets !
the large crowd In the area. Proceeds are used for Lions Sight Conservation for the aircraft industry, and Dobbe
Program. (Islander Photo) talked on applications of his prod=" FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
ucts.

I SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER ANNA MARIA ELECTRICAND TWO LOCATIONS -
FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
I( -ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR. SUPPLIES Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
I Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
The Bradenton Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
BUILDER OF HOMES Office Equipment Co. Wiring Fixtures
Houses suitable for Island climate 530 13th St. BRADENTON L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
given.NORMAN DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
ROSEDALE, Anna Maria
Off. 778-1410, Home 778.2591 Al 1-Modern Gulf Park MOBILE FOR HOMES A'L Beach Bendix

Private Beach Boat Basin *Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
: Laundry
MANATEETRAVEL Recreation Hall SbulfeboatcCocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
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ONLY EFFICIENCIES '. :, .q.t. investing? Consider .
BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS ;.;. 14APlR ETM
PLACE ON THE ISLAND- SAFETY (of your funds) ___'. v:.;;.
OFFERING SURF and POOL BATHING e AVAILABILITY -r-
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Write: Box 366 See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
! and insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
Anna Maria, Florida
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Pap 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday Much 15, 1962

LEGAL NOTICES DE SOTO TICKETS HIGH TWELVE CLUB NOW ISLAND ARTISTS BRADENTON

, Tickets for all De Soto Celebration BEING ORGANIZEDAll AWARD WINNERSTwo
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .
REGISTER. FICTITIOUS NAME events are now available on the Masons are invited to a luncheon Island artists recently were
Th. und.raln.d--hereby certify Island at the Island Bank, Gulf Sun- at the Gulf Terrace Restaurant, awarded prizes in the Students'Show

bueineie that they at are 9906 conducting Gulf Drive.a Anna restaurant Mar- J dries, Manatee County Beach pav- at 12 noon, Wednesday, March 21. at the Art League of Manatee Cou- I I

la, Florida, under the fictitious name of <, ilion and Cagnina's IGA Foodliner. At the luncheon, a High Twelve nty. Sally Lloyd of Bay Boulevard, 1
THE ISLAND COFFEE SHOPPE and Club will be organized, and Wall- Anna Maria won second prize for
that said firm is owned by the following I
persons,whose names and places of res EPISCOPAL CHURCH AUCTION ace Clark and Howard Smith of the oils, with her "Fisherman's Wharf" I
Id.nc. are as fallows t Herbert Stewart Clearwater High Twelve Club'will and Virginia Dunham of 75th Street, I
and Opal Stewart 9906 Gulf Drive. An-
na Maria Florida. Islanders will have an opportunityto be present to aid in the organization Holmes Beach, won third prize in I
Ownership of THE ISLAND COFFEE make their own bargains at an of the luncheon club. the same category with her paint-
SHOPPE is as follows Herbert Stewart : of desirable items the
auction at
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and Opal Stewart Reservations may be made by calling ing "The Hannah.
It is our intention to apply to the i Episcopal Church of the Annunciation any of the following membersof This show is an annual feature at
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for ,.
; March 23
Manatee County, Florida, to register Friday, at 7 p.m. the entertainment committee: the Art Center, designed to encou- t
said name of THE ISLAND COFFEE Featured will be paintings of local Hubert W. Lemon 778-1751; Har- rage the student, whether beginneror t
SHOPPE under the provisions of Chapter and crafts
20953.Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. scenes original by vey Piffner, 778-2834, and Ed advanced.The t
HERBERT STEWART CAROL HAVERKOS ENGAGEDMr. leading Island artists. Swartz, 7782722. student show will continue f
,
OPAL STEWART Well known Islander Ted
9906 Gulf DriveAntic Tripp through Friday, with gallery hours I If
Maria, Florida and Mrs. Edmund G. Haver- will be the auctioneer, and a wide from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. f
36, 15, 22. 29, '62 t
selection of useful and unique items tI
kosof221 Oak Avenue, Anna Mar- UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPThe tI I
the of will be offered. Among the inven- I
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO announce engagement
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME their daughter, Carol Ann, to John tory are new and used items, inclu- Manatee UnitarianUniversalist i tI f

The undersigned do hereby certify Richard Prater of Bradenton, son of ding fishing and marine equipment, Fellowship will meet at 10:30 E'flj I

.business that they are at conducting 217 54th a Street garden Holmes supply Mrs. Helen Prater of Belfountain, house and garden wares, jewelry and a.m. Sunday, March 18, at the

Beach Florida under the fictitious Ohio and Bradenton. other things. Among items that are Palma Sola Community Club, 67th /
of THE FLOWER GARDEN and !
name that said firm is owned by the following Miss Haveckos is a graduate of to be given away is a new portable Street West, Bradenton. Dr. HenryF. iF
persons,whose names and places of residence -; Manatee School and has been 19-inch television set. James will read a sermon, "An tI
are as fallowst Balazs II. Orban High
and Shirley C. Orban, 216 75th Street employed at the Manatee Nationaland The auction will be held in the AdventuresomeFaith, by"the Rev.
West, Bradenton. Florida. the Island Banks. Parish House, and hot dogs and soft John Fuller, Unitarian Church of Sy
<
Ownership of THE FLOWER GARDEN' )4T11.ATYOUR
is as follows Balazs U. Orban and Shirley Mr. Prater is a graduate of public drinks will be sold by the youngsters. racuse, N. Y. Following a coffee
C. Orban.It schools in Belfountain and attendedan hour there will be a discussion per- :Jf
is our intention to apply to the f
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for automotive school in Ohio. He CORTEZ FISH FRY FRIDAY iod. The Junior Fellowship meetsat ih
Manatee County, Florida to registerthe the same place at 10:15 a.m. f f"I
served three in with OR
said name of THE FLOWER GARDEN years Germany The.Cortcz Volunteer Fire De- .
under the provisions of Chapter the U. S. Army, and is now em- '-I ATYOUR '
20953, Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. partment Auxiliary will serve an
ployed at the Jack Moorehead Auto Island Repair &
BALAZS M. ORBAN "all you can eat" Fish Fry at tl
SHIRLEY C. ORBAN Clinic in Bradenton.The DOOR
216 75th West the Electric ServiceWe
i Bradenton Street, Florida wedding will take place at firehouse Friday evening,

2221, 8, 15. '62NOTICE St. Bernard Mission Church at 9 a. March 16 at $1 per person.PLUMBING.. Service

m. Saturday March 31, with all GOLDEN GUERNSEY
friends invited. No invitations will OIL BURNERS, GAS HEATERS, ALL
UNDER TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW be issued. A reception will followat
Purs ban t to the provisions of Florida the home of the bride's parents. The Best HEATERS, APPLIANCES PUMPS I f
Statutes Section 865.09, notice im herebygiven AND LAMPS.
short the
Following a wedding trip,
;that the undersigned, desiring to
YERLY PLUMBING CO.
engage in business under the fictitiousname couple will make their home on 49th Anything in the fectrcoLine
of THE ISLAND INSURANCE AG- Cortex
ENCY not incorporated, to be locatedat Street, Holmes Beach. All Kinds of Repairing
Post Office Plaza, Anna Maria Flor- I
ida, intends to register said name with Elgin Water Softeners and Filters PHONE 778-2813
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Manatee -
County Florida.
THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY
Post Office Plaza BONDED & I INSURED
Anna Maria Florida __ PHELPS NURSERY
Ray Hardy, Sole Owner
ROY PHILLIPS
3-15. 22 & 29| 4.5.62REGISTERAND

THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS

VOTE!
5lth Strut and Holmes Boulevard, Holm Beach Tel. 778-14M HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY


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Expert Prompt NORTH END ANNA MARIA .
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DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES e FROZEN FOODS

FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES HOLMES BEACH MOTEL SITE

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1 350 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF GULF DRIVE, 400
: With Every Purchase We Now Give
FEET FROM BEACH, THREE BLOCKS TO SHOPPINGAND

iono PIONEER SAVING STAMPSSEE MEDICAL CENTER. FURNISHED MODERN TWO-
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OUR WEEKLY CIRCULAR! BEDROOM HOME INCLUDED, NOW RENTED FOR $300

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Stamp books and catalogs of hundreds of items PER MONTH. TOTAL PRICE ONLY $25,000!

BEAUTY SERVICES ready for you at our store JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

orw InNINGS tr APTOIMTMCMT THE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Estate Soles & Rentals

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YOUR OWNINCOME You are cordially invited to inspect our Medallion Waterfront Homes, completewith

every convenience. Designed and built for your comfort. Your own dock-

TAX park and recreation area. Close to Shopping and Medical Center, famous Res-

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\ ISLAND REAL ESTATE



rY FOR SALE HARRY LICENSED M. RIFE C9JrLQ Cox Shop the Island first!


PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
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BONDED AND INSURED }Il0ne778I500PINEVE
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Phone 778-1341 406 ANNA MAMA An Ideal Retirement HomeTHIS

EXCEPTIONALLY WELL CARED FOR TWO BED-
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BIMINI BAY DUPLEXTWO ROOM HOME IN AN EXCELLENT LOCATION HAS

Y DELUXE TWO-BEDROOM UNITS BUILT IN RANGE AND OVEN, TILE BATH, UTILITY

'" Tile Baths Terrazzo Floors Carports Central ROOM, SCREENED PORCH, CARPORT & BOAT DOCK.

Air Conditioning & Heating Completely Furnished SEE THIS ONE AT ONLY $15,5001!

778-2663 $18,000 Easy Terms P. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

CANAL FRONT LOT IN HOLMES BEACH--$3,300

JOHN B. PROTHEROReal \ -vFOR SALE

I. Look For These SignsBUSINESSOPPORTUNITY Estate Sales & Rentals A LOVELY HOME-DOUBLE VALUE ALL THE WAY

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH '
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X TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT.200 FEET

", Island Laundry Business 'FROM THE GULF. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
THINK!
Good Income
--$22,000 *
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LIVING FISHING QUARTERS PIER & HOW LONG HAS YOUR PROPERTY BEEN FOR X UNUSUAL HOME IN VALUE AND DESIGN: TWO BEDROOMS

I Bait, Beer& Sandwich SALE? ONE YEAR? TWO YEARS? THREE YEARS? ,TWO BATHS, TWO CAR GARAGE, FIREPLACE,
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Sales $14,500 PATIO, BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED, CLOSE TO
IF SO, THERE MUST BE A REASON!
MARINA and FRANCHISES BUSINESS CALL 778-1331, WE MAY HAVE THE ANSWER! 4Q0GULF.. A HOME OF WHICH TO BE PROUD 1
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$45,000INCOME \i.'
\f See us about next year's rental reservations before leaving
PROPERTY DON IRWIN REALTY 1;; for home!

6 DELUXE ON THE INCOME GULF UNITS 2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331 .;U: S Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

200 feet-SEAWALLED Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
-S $89,500 SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
Anna Maria, Florida
13 Efflcl.ncy&Motel)Unit.
1 With Gulf & Bay Frontage

3 Cottages$95,000 on. the GULF i..
Down
$18,000 $100
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I 3 Apartments and One-Bed a LJ z
I room Owner's House
ON THE GULF

$20000WATERFRONT* HOMES Canal Front Lots

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home,
With Patio Swimming PoolANARCHITECT'S IN
DREAM INVESTIGATE THIS BARGAIN HOME ON 66TH STREET.
$"2,000, FURNISHEDLONGBOATKEY
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Designed; and Built fcy LUANA ISLES

3 Bedroom, 2.Bath Home WM. B. LEE COMPANY
With 27-foot CHRIS CRAFT 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. 0. Box 328. Anna Maria

$35,000,*FURNISHED* $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTERESTJl..JI.
I 2 Bedroom Furnished Home
i W.II Landscaped and Sea- Prestige PropertyWE
t walled. t.i1,50O, Terms *

I 2,Bejroom, 1ft Bath Home
I" /On Canal- $16,910 SALE THE FOLLOWING PRIVATE Holmes Beach

'.\' //SMALL. HOMES OFDISTINCTION RESIDENCES: A THREE BEDROOM, THREE BATH

// HOME, WITH 18 x 28 LIVING ROOM, 15 x 18 DINING
/2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home ROOM, 12 x 18 MUSIC-FLORIDA ROOM, KITCHEN AND 3 Bedroom- 2 Bath Home
I New In 1960$14,500j& BREAKFAST AREA 10 x 26.THREE PATIOS,COVERED
'2'Bedroom, One Bath BOAT SHED LOCATED ON HOLMES BEACH CANAL. C B Home
( Furnished Home-$12,000 GOOD SEAWALL. $35,000 UNFURNISHED.
I / *
One Bedroom, Living Room UNFURNISHED, WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE
& Florida Room. Bath andKitchen.
A THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME ON A HOLMES
Air Conditioned. DINING ROOM, DOCKING PRIVILEGES
r $12,000 Furnished. BEACH CANAL.DREAM KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM PANELED -
I .
/ GULF FRONT HOMES IN WOOD,LARGE SCREENED PORCH, GARAGE. $17,500--NAME YOUR OWN TERMSI

11 FusffrstyfTL 2 8171 Bath COMPLETELY FURNISHED..$31,500.
r Homfc vrjfilExva/Lots I -
FURNISHED HOME, WITH 2K CANAL LOTS. SWIMMING
2 Bedroom*,On.* *Bath Home POOL IN PATIO AS LARGE AS MOST HOMES. GOOD WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS

Deluxe lnterlor-$21,500 SEAWALL AND COVERED BOAT SHED. GUEST WING AVAILABLEAlso
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BAY & CANAL LOTS HAS LARGE LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM, FULL KITCHEN the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
J I 90 x 100, Seawalled AND UTILITY ROOM, TWO BATHS, CENTRAL HEAT.
$3,500 CASH THE MASTER WING CONTAINS TWO BEDROOMS, TWO US FOR BUSINtSS: OPPORTUNITIES AND
f 2 Bay front Lots, $5,500EACHTERMS BATHS, BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM. COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

I .0. ALL EXQUISITELY FURNISHED AND DECORATED.
LARGE BAY FRONT LOT
Seawalled-$8,500 $85,000 UNFURNISHED. $90,000 FURNISHED.
f Holmes Brach Lots, Close .
f to Shopping Center-$2,700 THE ABOVE LISTINGS WILL BE SHOWN BY APPOINT- Walter
EACH S. Hardin
i f Brod.nton Beach Lots- MENT ONLY.

: Si,500. Each.. Realty Company
I; 75 Foot Lot $2.500t MAHAR REAL ESTATE
t 52 Lots In Holmes BeochI -
$850 each,.Terms
RUTH MAHAR
Parcel 285 ft. on Highway, REALTORLEO
800 ft. d!.p;- Qk. Offer.
t Commercial Lot 100 x 120 MAHAR, BROKER
11,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Gulf J8.000 Lot-Coned Motel Gulf Drive At 77th Street 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756

Two Lots on The Gulf-
b Zoned Duplex. -$22,500 Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER
Thursday March 15, 1962

LENTEN PROGRAM AT ROSERA
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER ,
special Lenten program will be

held at Roger Memorial Community "Tis pleasant, sure, to see OM'llIGme in prinl.-Lom BTKON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida .

Church at 1 p.m. Monday, Mar.

19, when a salad plate luncheon is -- -- -- ser oi Baltimore, Md.. ..Mr. and
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. Mrs.
to be followed by a showing of colored ,M. Hooker of Pasadena Md....Mr. Orville E. Allen of Willoughby, Ohio ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc. '
slides and lecture by Mrs. Car- and Mrs. Nelson A. Pool of Rock- ...Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Recka of La-
rie Drew. Subject will be "Famous land, Mass....Mr. and Mrs. G. Haadof Grange Park, Ill. ...Mr. and Mrs. IANY1N
John J. Neidl of Riverside Ill....
Laaghman..Mr. and Mrs. C. N. YOUR MONEY
Religious Paintings. Donation $1. AlexanderofSouth Easton, Mass. ... Mr. and Mrs. Velmar Mack of Ham- CHANEL
Mrs. B. Williams and Mrs. L. Swan mond,Ind.. ..Mrs. J. E. Hackett and BUYS MORE REVLON RUBENSTEIN
ISLAND GARDEN CLUB FRI. of Battle Creek, Mich. ..Mr. "and family of Saginaw, Mich....Mr. and
Mrs. E. Frank Evans of Rome, N. Y. Mrs. C. C. Street of Bartow. .Mr. WHITMAN
The Island Garden Club will meetat ...Herman Finsterwalder of Homer, and Mrs. Edward C. Clayton of Jean- COMPLETE
-
the Island School cafeteria at N. Y. ...Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. nette, Pa....Mr. and Mrs. H.:-D.
6:30 p.m. Friday March 16, when Blake of AtlaJ ta...Mr. and Mrs. A. Bowman and party of Vandalia, Ohio e< the traditional potluck supper will J. Klein of Bellmore, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lien of Long- !
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. ville, Minn.MERRIMAC.
be served. A business meeting at L. Porter of Plymouth, Mich. ..Mr. ON THE GULF: Mr. LINE I
7:30 will be followed by the program and Mrs. J. W. Earnshaw of Green- and Mrs. Elmer Widerborg of Wauwa- IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
at 8.LUTHERAN. castle, Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. G. M. tosa, Wis.
Thompson of Toronto, Ont....Mr.
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. DRUG STORE
and Mrs.Paul Hechtof Highland, Ind. Service
W. and
Floyd Post Mr. and Mrs. C.
CHURCH WOMEN ..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beauchampof Wright of Otisville, Mich. ...Mr. and
Wabash, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. William
Lund of North Haledon, N. J. Mrs. Francis J. Oatis of Norwich, N. Open Sundays 8:30 a..... to 1:00 p._.
The quarterly meeting of the Un- Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. McCollester
...Mr.. and Mrs. H. F. Teichmann of
of of Dayton, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
ited Lutheran Church Women
Pittsburgh.SEA Phase 771-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll. Pharmacist
Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran ISLE MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. E. liam Knudson of Wilmette Ill. .Mr.

Church will be held at the home of W. Lnxford of Harrow, Ont. ...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pride of Shrewsbury, .
and Mrs. George Warwick of Detroit Mass....Mr. and Mrs. Donald John-
Mrs. FrankLyerly, 508 74th Street, .. .Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ham of Ish- ston of Washington, D. C. SWIM SUITSby

Holmes Beach, at 8 p.m.> Thurs- peming, Mich...-Mr. and Mrs. Roy MCDONALD APARTMENTS: Dr.
day, March 15. Hills of Jackson, Mich. .. .Mr. and and Mrs. John Young of Grandville,
Mrs.Willis L. Ford of Coming N. Y..)Mich.) ...Mr. and Mrs.. P. J. Meyerof
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Hawthorne, N. J.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvene and Mrs. George Milne and Mr. and SCHELTER HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. I. Hurter of Oak Park, 111. Harry Neely of Greenville, Ind.SCHELTERAPARTMENT SEE OUR ALLNAME

( Payment Requires) FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. : Mr.and FABULOUSSWIM
1.00 inch; 50c minimum. and Mrs. J. A. Miehls of Perrysburg, Mrs.Andrew Young of Stanley, N. Y.
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stucker HUMMELL COTTAGE: Mr. and CAPS
WANTED for part time work on the of DesPlaines Ill.. .Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.A. Ellsworth and family of Was-
Island: Expert typist on IBM Elec Alonzo Doughty of Orrs Island, Me. hington, D. C.
tric. Call 7782021. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. COQUINA APARTMENTS: Mr. and
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WANTED AT ONCE Dealer and Mrs. William Lund of North Hal- Mrs. D. V. Sherban of Keyport, N. J. BRANDS
: Rawleigh -
in Manatee Over edon, N. J.. .. Mr. and Mrs.Paul A. PROTHERO APARTMENTS, Mr. R
300
household County. Troutman of Millersburg Pa....Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Norton and son of
necessities used
daily. and Mrs. R. J. Burson of Rochester, Trenton, Ky.. ..Mrs. Henry Kaiser
Some Dealers
making $3.50 an N. Y... .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lies and father of Monticello, Ill. .. .Mrs. SIZES 10 46
hoar and Write
up. Rawleigh Dept.FAC50151 and family of Park Ridge, Ill.. ..Mr. Mary H. Morris of Longmeadow,
Memphis, Tenn. and Mrs. R. M. Sharp and family of Mass.
AUTOMATICKNIITERS demonstrated Birmingham, Ala. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. /
March 17 & 18 by appointment. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELMr. and'and Mrs. Allen Miller of Jackson, a
No .obligation. Phone Sarasota Mrs.James B. Jackson of Winter Ha- Mich.. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Drakeof I
3883301. Mrs. George Harris. ven.. .Mr. and Mrs. M. Diaz of St. Hillsdale, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs.
Petersburg.. .H. R. Martin and family Albert D. Moore and son of Oakville,
FOR SALE 30-foot
Good : Cabin Cruiser. of Jackson,Miss.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Out...Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Honlton
dow condition. Sleeps four. Wi- Harold Dare of Auburn, N. Y. ..Mr. of King City; Ont. ...Mr. and Mrs.R. .
best wants offer. to sell. $1,200 cash or and Mrs. Roy E. Simpson of Niagara Orpe of Bolton, Onto LcyawcyMen r 'h...
Bradenton Beach Dock. Falls,N. Y. .. .Mrs. Nina C. Stan- PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Call 7782507. ford of Midland, Mich. ..Mr. and Nelson of Rock Island, III... .Mr. ;ua ".,... men ,women 7781 161
OUTBOARD MOTOR CLEARANCESALE Mrs. Calvin C. Cody of Malden-on- and Mrs. J. D. Hardy of Willowdale,
AT DOBBE'S ISLAND Hudson, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Onto ...Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pirie of IRENE CASSADY, OWNER

HARDWARE & MARINE SUPPLY Gray of Paoli, Pa.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson, Ont.. ..Mr. and Mrs. C.
1956 New 5 HP Flambeau Book James R. Bone of Nashville, Tenn. Hartzog of Milwaukee. ..Mrs. E. NEW GUEST SOAPSInLEMONSSTRAWBERRIESSEAHORSESCAMELLIAS
Value $65.70, Sale Price, $39.95; .. Mr. and Mrs. John J. McDonnellof Nicolai Hookins, Minn.
1959-7K HP Shift Elgin, $109- Bad Axe, Mich. SWARTS' SUNSET APARTMENTS: \
$69.95; 1960-7K HP Shift Scott, SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gabble and Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Foster of Rhine->. and Mrs.Herb Shiner of Ohio
$165.75-$99.95; l1.74 HP Shift Logan, . *
Scott (4 hrs.), $203.50-3129.95; lander Wis.. .Mrs. Florence For- ..Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wallace of \
ger of Stoughton, Mass. is visitinger Jacksonville..1 Mr. and Mrs. Duane
1957.10 HP Shift Scott
$136.75- WE SHIP LIVE ALLIGATORS AND SEAHORSESI
brother, Alfred E. Metcalfe. ..
Humm of Alma, Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs.
$99.95; 1958-10 HP Shift Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ostie Miller of Tampa. Orb Humm of Ithaca, Mich.
$205-$139.951960.25 HP A11-E1- CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr., and Mrs. RENTAL LIBRARY
ectrio Scott-Brand New, $550- Robert Weeks of Brookhaven ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and
L. I.,
$1956-33HPShift Scott, $194. N. Y. .. .Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fitzgerald Mrs. Joe Good and William Ewersof t ; The Sand Dollar Gift Shop

50-S99.95; 1959-60 HP All-Elec- of Troy, N. Y. Milledgeville, Ill... .Mr. and Mrs.P. J Sllintl John Duyttchaver
tric Scott, $562.75-3299.95. Your CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. R. Br n- .H.Critchley Ont... .
Opportunity To Bay A Good Motor sman of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. Agler of Warren,

At a SELDOM-EQUALLED Pricel! ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr..and Ohio. FIND IT MAKE IT
Mrs. C. R. Richardson of Verona, N. --
FOR SALE;: Rowboat--oNLY $25. J.. .Mr. and Mrs.
Call 7782349. E. J. Berdsey of COLMENARES HOUSE: Mr. and
Alton Bay, N. II..Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wayne MacDonald and daughter TAKE IT HOMEWE
FOUND: On Pine Avenue, Woman's
Raymond Schiebel of Colchester,
Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Ethan
Bi-focal Glasses. Call 7782618. Conn... .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rootof Blackaby. Both men are membersof CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FINDINGS FOR

FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded EAST Otisville 0' ,THE Mich.SUN: Mr. and Mrs. the Milwaukee Braves. MAKING SHELL JEWELRYHOBBV

high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto Paul Gallmeyer and Patricia Call-

shopping center and walkwayto meyer of Hoagland, Ind. Patricia is SINCE WE WERE UNABLETO
Calf. Each lot 57H ft. front by Mrs. LaMoine Baker's granddaughter.

105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexes GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mrs. W. A. FIND AN EXPERIENCED
or homes. Will sell separately. Brown of Irvington, N. J. visiting
Phone owner at 7781619. her sister, Mrs. Edward M. Beger... PERSON TO RUN OUR SHOP ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark of Elsie,
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN:. Micho. ..Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lessigof IT WILL BE NECESSARY TO G O4P 778-1020 ..

TENANCE: Mowfag, sdgiag, trim Anderson, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. J.
.Ing Floors cleaned and polishtd A. Gould and Mr. and Mrs. G. Men- CLOSE TEMPORARILYSEE ----
Windows washed and oiled ges of Tawas City, Mich. ...Mr. and I-
... Prompt and ffidtftt ....s Mrs. J. E. Harvey of Fort Wayne, YOU IN AUGUST
Rcejouble rates reference for Ind..Col. and Mrs. M. C. Voshel IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
of Grand Haven, Mich..Mr. and
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 Mrs. William E. Burnside of City SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING km this
after 4:30. Bay THE FLOWER GARDEN sis
Micb....Mr. and Mrs. John Mas- the place!

FIRE EXTINGUISHED Saks &: Serr. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
ice Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. ISLAND TV
Frank Beard. 7781431. .

GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes Come see our NEW. .EXCITING. .
Beach. $3,300Terms.CORNER .
LOT on Pared Street. Zenith [COLOR! Philco "Home furnishings with a flair. that love salt air"
$2,650 Cash. John B. Prothero,
Registered Broker, 116-81st St.
TELEPHONE -2SS4.ALTERA11ONS. ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER

.a aH kind of cloth The Best
ing. Drapes. PboatMra.
Fran
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OUTBOARD MOTOR
Insurance

FOR SALE Canal Lot GkilsonArcane.
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Call 778-2177. I atq Always Clearance SALE

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As a service
toovrreaders, 5 by 7 enlargements SEE.OUR CLASSIFIED AD ON THIS PAGEDobbe's -
of any picture appearing in The Islander -
are available at$1.25 each flgiV1CC Costs Less bland Hardware

& MarincIf
FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach Supply
Holmes. leech 778-1677
Lots with pleaty of tree. Near or it's Gtatral Hardware or Hoitstvcrts or Garde Sepplto ve have It-

Shopplag Center and zoned for 778-1548 or will get it for you 778-2811

Deplete $2.500 each
tema
> AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boat, Scott & Evlnrude
Call 778-1010, Walter S. Hafdia
YOU ISLAND'S OLDEST Motors Trail.es .,..
Realty go., Uc, Realtors) INSURANCE AGENCY Murray
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