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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: April 12, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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t ij No-544 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1962 TEN CENTS I I

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i NEW ISLAND BANK ART SHOW
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I ; The next art show at the Island Bank -

, will feature the work of Eugene
White and Nike Parton, well known
instructo4s of the Art League of Man-

atee County
Island artists, whose work was featured -
in the first show at the'bland

.J Bank, may call for their paintingsat
the bank on or after Tuesday, April
17, when the new show starts.
: The art exhibits at the bank are
L 1ir : sponsored by the Art League of Man-
4iirt : atee County, and h a v e received

V *t ? I Ir widespread interest among artists
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and art fans of the area.

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YOUTH ORCHESTRA CONCERT

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concert by the Florida West Coast
Youth Orchestra at 3:15 p.m. Sun-
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day April 15, at the Municipal Auditorium -
PaulWclf, Director of the

: .i wv : I orchestra,'will conduct.
; Students from Southeast, Palmetto I
and Manatee high schools will serve
::
: t ushers. Admission will be a donation I .
: of 50 with children. under 12
free.
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a 1 1 k Anna Maria Garden Club !

The last meeting .of the season
of the Anna Maria Garden dub
will be held at the home of Mrs.
D. Henry Clay of 415 Spring
Avenue, Anna Maria, at 11:30

CAST OF "NOT IN THE BOOK," which opens Wednesday at the An dale, Hermann Brandt, Hank Aldredg. and Col. Edward Chandler. Irma a.m. Tuesday, April 17, with a
I Community Hall, the final presentation of the season by the Island Coxand Bob Hanscom are seated. Play Is directed. by Helen Peters. Carry-in: luncheon to be served.
.,_.- Players. L.ft to right are Jim Adamson, Dr. Roy Gunther, Dick RoseiKAMNTON Islander Photo)

,- .Easter Sunrise Service ;'.,t

-BEACH MUTING HOLMES BEACH MEETING The Easter Morning Sunrise-
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I Service will be held at the Manatee ,

Sign Ordinance Becomes EffectiveThe Two Zoning Change Requests Denied County Beach at 6:00 a.m.

This will be a Union service, with
Two public hearings were held: >>
and Pierce and
new city sign ordinance of the rights-of-way of 26th and by the Holmes Beach Board of Frank Jr. B.Augustus Giles. Jr., the Harvey Memorial Community
was read for the second time and 27th Streets, which form the south Aldermen .Tuesday, at which two The the Church, the Island Baptist Chapel
pasted at Thursday evening's and north boundaries of the park. for 'in petitioners want area and Roser Memorial Community
changes zoningwere
requests zoned allow the of
meeting of the Bradenton Beach Some months ago, former Vice- denied. In both cases, how- to building and the Church participating. The publicis
City Council. Councilman Henry Mayor Cnarles Schuh said some board members recommended ( -cooperative apartments, invited to attend .
ever, for A-l zoning was made t
request
Meunier suggested an amendmentto of the park's trailers extended
changes in the city zoning because it is the only classificationnow er.'read'' a petition which favoredthe
the new ordinance, giving the into unpaved parts of the streets.
code and both
suggested requestsbe in the code which allows
city change and another which
city clerk authority collect the payment on the lease is to be a resubmitted later.A .
fees and iaaue sign permits. The token ten dollars per apartments. opposed it, the first signed by 52
year.
request for rezoning from Alderman F. Bouvard Shell
local residents, and the second by
amendment also sets fees to be City Attorney Chester Crawford
residential A-l hotels motels,
to ( chairman of a committee of the 98 residents.
charged for the permits, based on who drew the lease, pointedout and
)
apartments on approximate Board of Aldermen said the
committee Alderman John Beckett, reporting -
the footage,of the signs. that both streets had been ,
square
40 lots between Watson's
ly Bayou' felt such shouldnot
a change for the board, said favorable
Council approved a 25 year paved by Templin according to and 61st Street, and between be allowed because it allows consideration would be
tease to H. J. Templin, owner of the city's specifications, and atTemplin's given
Marina Drive and the Holmes
of motels and rental
building such a request only if the board>
Gulf Trailer Park, land at cost of
on any expense a
Beach Air the first
Strip,
was The vote the
apartments. on matter had adopted three classifications.
Belonging to the city. which now approximately $6,000. As partial
considered. The
matter petitionsfor unanimous with Alder-
was for commercial
if the
property;
is occupied by trailers in the consideration for the lease, Temp- the submitted
change by
were John E. Holmes disqualified
man the
property owners asking
park. Land in question is part (Continued Page 3) G. Holmes John E. Holmes
on Hugh because of his interest in the pe change would assume a major
\ --- tition. No evidence for or againstthe share of the cost of additional

.... .') .1'0'"t... '" -. change was offered. drainage, and donation by the
,; -- .Mayor Carl Scott said denialof. property owners of sufficient
.3.' : 'r' .; ; ..:; "':" .i: .. ;. .the petition does not close the 'land to widen the adjacent street.
3...', \. '.U'-.....; matter, but gives the Board the In other action, the Board: Ap-
r responsibility of changing the proved a budget for the year of
zoning code by adding a new $30,700. I

alassification. Reappointed Howard Scott as
At the second hearing, called building inspector and city engineer I
for the purpose of considering and raised his salary as
arguments for and against a city engineer from $50 to $75 per
change from residential to com- month.
mercial zoning on property Voted a bonus of $300 for Mrs.
south of Gulf Drive owned by Archer.

Mr. and Mrs. William Schwepe,> Voted a raise in salary from
several "persons advanced rea- $15 to $25 per month for the
: ; I wa sons on both sides. janitor of the city office.
I City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Arch- (Continued on Pa,. 3)
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
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Apr. 3--58 74 68 76 70 None
Apr. 4--54 72 70 84 70 None
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Apr. 6--68 75 74 78 70 ..4Apr.772
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Apr. 8--70 76 72 80 70 .3
'EXCHANGE STUDENTS from Cheltenham, Pa. High Only 27 of group of 32 visiting students could be rotm- Apr. 9--70 78 74 86 70 None
School, now visiting exchange group ot Manatee High. ded up for picture. (Photo by Jim Gallery)



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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA The Joys of Being An Editor EDITORIAL

Getting; : out this paper is a pleasure .
TELEPHONE 778-2021 --but- ETERNAL VIGILANCE NECESSARYMore


Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL If we silU print, jokes, people say ware than forty years ago the Island was placed in one of the Co un-

News and advertising............MARGE KIMBALL If we don't, they sayear are too ty's five special road and bridge districts. At that. time there were no
incorporated municipalities on the Island. The special district was
Mail Address Anna Maria Florida serious,
,
If UP stick close to the office all created for the specific purpose of raising funds for building the orig-
inal Cortez certain rather short sections of highway giv-
plus
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In clay, Bridge
! advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. We ought to be out hunting ma ing access to the bridge.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for terial.If This special district and its purpose, had been approved by a ref-

six consocutiva insertions If paid by tenth of following month.. \\e {ro out and try to hustle, erendum,but for the special projects only! All of which was in accord-

, National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. We ought to, be on the job in the ance with provisions of a legislative act authorizing the special districts.

office.If The same act authorized county commissions to continue taxing in the
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY
we don't print contribution special districts to raise revenue to maintain those same roads and

.
An independent weekly published every Thursday by We don't appreciate genius: bridges.
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Ife do print them, the paper Obscured somewhat by the mists of time, the original purpose of

I 19 full of junk! the special district was forgotten, and the average taxpayer had little

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. If edit the other fellow's writeup idea of what specific taxes he was paying.
.. we
'" -. . .
we are too critical The County Commission also has authority to levy'a regular roadandbridgetax

If we don't we arc asleep.If one-halfofwhich is returned to the incorporated com-

LET'S GO TO THE BEACH TODAY we clip from other publications. munity in which it is raised, to be used there for road work.

"'f" are too lazy to think for ourselves Two years ago,some member of the County Commission, which is
While several County agencies and organizations advertise and extol ; constantly seeking new methods of increasing its revenue for highway

our "150 miles of waterfront" as a tourist attraction, the fact that If we don't.H. arc stuck with our purposes, discovered what he thought was a foolproof method of step-

the County owns less than I, 000 feet,of Gulf frontage as a public beachis own stuff. ping up the County's income for roads. And whichever member origi-

becoming more apparent every day as a rapidly expanding all year Now like as not, some guy will nated the idea, he found ready acceptance for it by his colleagues on

population, and a fast growing tourist industry are stretching the local sa\' the Commission.The .

beach facilities at the seams.A We swiped this from some other idea was quite simple. It was to lower the tax millage in the

comprehensive tour of the Island on a busy and sunny Sunday afternoon paper.* regular road and bridge districts,half of which was returned to the cities -

will help anyone.who is interested to understand the problem.First where it was levied and at the same time, increase the millagein

let'shave a quick look at the County Beach. The parking lot is ViF. DID! the special districts, none of which was returned to the cities whereit

filling up, but there is still room for quite a few more cars--but then, was raised.In .

it is still early. We'll come back later for another look. 1959,millage in the regular road and bridge fund was 6.63, and

Let's drive up to Anna Maria's Bay Park, and see what is going on GRADE A in the special districts, about one mill. For the fiscal year 1960-61,

there. Well filled, isn't it? On a winter Sunday, cars from more than the the Commissionput
and again for 1961-62 ( current tax year), County
20 states can be seen,but on a summer Sunday, when year-around Flo- Nothing comparesIn its plan into effect. In 1960 the regular road fund millage was reduced -

ridians get around to thinking of the beach or a picnic, the cars show. any degree to 4, and the special district millage raised to 5. In 1961, the

Florida tags mainly, with only an occasional out-of-stater. With the egg millages were all reduced because of the greatly increased valuationof

But the important point- -on either a busy summer or winter Sunday, For versatility.At property under the Hunnicutt reappraisal. The regular road fund
the park is filled to overflowing with family parties enjoying the picnic -
millage was set at 1.9 and the special district millage at 2.29.
f playground and other facilities, and the sunshine.A .
breakfasttime.
Thus more than half the revenue raised for highways was obtained
slow around the north end of the Island shows that the
swing cars It's beaten and stirred, from the special districts, without refund to any city being necessary.
of tourists and residents alike their walkto
are parked so occupants can Boiled and coddled, This change meant a loss of revenue to the three Island cities con-
the beach via the several ends and .
street public walkways.Now Scrambled and shirred.At servatively estimated be $15,000 in 1960, and $18,000 in 1961-62,
let us keep on southward along Gulf Drive, where we can get
although the actual figures probably are much higher.
an occasional glimpse of the beach. Pretty active, isn't it? Lots of the
Eastertime, So, apparently with good reason, the three Island cities feel the
motel guests and nearby residents walk to the beach to enjoy an after-
It takes on hues County owes them upwards of $33, 000.
of sunshine and relaxation.
noon swimming, From the palest pink At a meeting last week of the County Commission and the mayorsof
Backby the County Beach once more. The parking lot is filling up
To the deepest blues. Manatee County's five cities, the Commissioners admitted the increase !
fast now--a few cars are driving around looking for a place to light. i
of millage in the special districts was a mistake--and promised J
much left. One of the all-time Accord-
Not room beach's "big" days.
follow the meanwhile the of
not to same course again--but budgets
it
the estimate of Beach Allen Thomas Women use
ing to Manager approximately '
the Island cities have had to be reduced drastically.
3,000 people are here, and the place is jumping. Thomas has: little For facial masks, Holmes Beach Mayor Carl Scott, who has done countless hours of
time to stop and talk because of the demands on his time by customers For hair shampoosAnd
research on the matter, and who has led the fight to restore the mil-
at the pavilion refreshment stand, where'all available members of cleaning tasks.
lage to its 1959 level, or its present day equivalent estimates that
the Thomas few volunteer members of the Island Kiwanis
family plus a I i
the Commission's action has cost the City of Holmes Beach approxi-
Club which the beach for the have been into It's mixed with meat loaf
operates County, pressed ;
mately $9,500 this year or nearly one-third of its fiscal budget of
service as clerks. One prominent retired educator is having a ball Crust for strudels;
$30, 700.
and a neat sum for the stand. One of the
making selling popcorn, grossing things
In Anna Maria and Holmes Beach, property owners have paid many
What about the beach itself? The actual where
sandy area peoplecan That makes good noodles.It's .
thousands dollars special assessments for road work, paying either
stretch out on the sand between dips in the surf. Crowded--but really -
one-third or one-half of actual paving cost, depending on whether the
crowded! Not bad New York's Island Jones Beach,
or
as as Coney used by itself;
city designates the street primary or secondary. j
but sufficiently so to invite one's comparison. Room for a few more if To dip and to thicken;
On the other hand paving of many County roads--especially thosein
those few don't mind not having a place to lay out the blanket as the
And when hatched,
properly
the rural areas of the County--are paid for out of the general funds
traditional base of for an afternoon on the sand.
operations Becomes a chicken. of the County with no special assessments being made. Thus when !
So now let us continue our inspection of the Island. This time toward -
-HANNAH KAHN
the bulk of the County's road funds are raised by taxing the property f
the south end,and the controversial mile-long-plus strip of beach
I
owners in the special districts, the residents of the incorporated cities
andparklike area developed asaby-productofthe building by the SRD
(with the exception of Longboat Key) are helping to pay the cost of I
and its
of the Longboat Key Bridge access highway. UNNIPPEDIN remote County roads which they seldom, if ever, use. A virtual tax !
ownership or jurisdiction over this section of Gulf frontagehas
Although
THE BUDOf "subsidy to the residents of those rural areas! ;
been established the courts the either doesn't
not yet by public
Although part of the money raised by taxation in the special districts -
know, or doesn't care, and is using the beach as if it were part of the
public domain--that is, enjoying it thoroughly. all the seasons. winter's the that legally could be spent in the cities, none of it ever was spent in

Can are parked side by side for almost the entire length of the area worst one. way.
in at the of his power never displayed
King George height any
andalthoughwewon'tstop to count the cars, more than 500 have been And were I a crocus, I'd not be the "
greater ingenuity in that area of "taxation without representation.
counted here on a similar busy Sunday afternoon.On first one.

our way back up the Island we will swing across the Anna Maria The robin could chirp on the leafless

Bridgeand east to the mainland. Literally hundreds of cars are parkedon limb, .-

the causeway, as a crowdhas gathered to watch hydroplane racing, And my little bulb would still stay

and while other people enjoy picnics, water ski, swim or fish. dim. WHAT IS SUCCESS?

Now consider well what would happen, if on a given afternoon onlya -'

small percentage of our County's more than 70,000 population, were Let the ground hog peep, but I'd It's And doing being your just job to the best fellowman you can, J

to decide that THIS was the day to go to the beach--say about twenty your : .
play possum. Not
making but friends
per cent. Plus, for good measure,two or three thousand visitors. Exactly money, holding ,
It I 1 woucfnVblossom
were a crocus And
where would they go? staying true to your aims and ends.

We don't know the answer--and your guess is as good as ours! It's figuring how and learning why,
Till I that winter was over.
was sure And looking forward and thinking high,

rd bloom in June and be in clover! And dreaming little and doing much, L

ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES GEORGIE STARBUCK It's keeping always in closest touch

APRILHIGH- --LOW12 GALBRAITH With what is finest in word and deed: :; i

It's daring blithely the field of chance .1
Thur. 9.51 a.m. 0.8 5.35 p.m. 1.3 12&23 a.m.0.5 10:51 o.m.0.7 While of labor
making a brave !
romance.
13 Fri. 10:020.m. 0.9 7102 p.m. 1.2 1130 o.m.0.5 12:46 p.m. 0.7 The Beach on Sundaytwo
14 Sat. 10118 a.m. 0.9 8:16 p.m. 1.2 2&22 a.m.0.5 2:02 p.m. 0.5 It's going onward despite defeat .: ,! I

15 Sun. 10129 a.m. 1.0 9:17 p.m. 1.2 3:03 a.m.0.4 3:01 pm. 0.3 young losers lying and fighting staunchly, but keeping sweet. : ,

16 Mon. 10:36 a.m. 1.0 .10106 p.m. 1.2 3:35 o.m.0.3 3:45 p.m. 0.1 suntanned in the soft sand It's being clean und it's playing fair, "

17 Tue. 101.u a.m. 1.1 10t51 p.m. 1.1 oCI03 a.m.0.2 4:23 p.m.0.1 with the laughing murmur ; It's laughing lightly at Dame Despair,

18 Weel. 10159 a.m. 1.3 11130 p..... 1.1 oCl29 a.m.0.1 5:00 p.m.0.2 of the green sea ':. It's looking at the above
19 Thur. 11&16 a.m. 1.4 .--.w-- oC:52 a.m. 0.1 5:35 p.m.0.4 an old man sits on the rocks :fiwatc.hing up stars I
20 Fri. 12:10 a.m. 1.0 11136 a.m. 1.5 5:14 o.m. 0.2 6113 p.m.0.6 ::: And drinking deeply of life and love. I

21 Sat. 12:53 a.lII. 0.9 12:00 noon 1.7 5:36 a.m. 0.3 6153 p.m.0.7 with closely It's struggling on with the will to win,

22 Sun. 1139 a.m. 0.9 12:27 p.m. 1.7 5155 a.m. 0.4 7137 p.m0.7 bright eyes But taking loss with a cheerful grin.
23 Mon. 2135 a.m. 0.8 12&59 p.m. 1.8 6109 a.m. 0.5 8:29'p.m.0.7 and llw'n is! foreveniess
It's mirth
sharing sorrow, and work and :
24 Tue. 3147 a.m. 0.7 1&37 p.m. 1.8 6104 a.1II. 0.6 9127 p.m.0.7
.... 1.7 10.32 And making better this good old earth.
25 Wed. -- 2124 p.m. ----- -------- p.m.0.7 and now at fading twilight;
26 Thur. au n -.-. 3124 p.m. 1.6 --- ------- 11&40 p.m.0.7 the lovers have gone It's serving striving through strain and stress, .

'27 Fri. ------------- .t&oC7 p.m. 1.5 ------- -- ------ ---- and the old man looksat It's doing your noblest that's Success.
28 Sat. 9137 a.m. 1.0 6.25 p.m. 1.4 12546 a.1ft.0.7 12:32 p.m. 0.8
29 Sun. 9141 a.m. 1.1 7153 p.m. 1.3 11" a.m.0.6 1158 p.m. 0.6 me no, loses interest Author Unknown.
30 Mon. 9.53 a.m. 1.2 9111 p.m. 1.2 2&32 a.m.0.4 3.02 p.m. 0.3 i"m not kissing anyone now

for Cortez and Bradenton B.ach'add seven minutes to high-tide reading -Steve deWolf
and acid one hour, six minute to low tide reading.



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TTwNAda April 12, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3 I

BRADENTON BEACH...
HOLMES BEACH... UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPThe
(Continued from Peg 1) (Continued from Page 1))

tin. agreed to waive any claim sermon at the meeting of the
Passed a resolution changinga Manatee Unitarian Universalilt Fel-
against the city for repayment of
that,cost. bulkhead line near Key Royale. lowship on Sunday. April 15, will
Crawford also showed that the The change had been requested'by "Devotion for Liberal Living

streets served no one other than Key Royale, Inc. in order to by the Rev. John Fuller of the First
eliminate an unsatisfactory exist. Unitarian Church of N.Y.
the residents of the park. Syracuse
Mayor Victor Kernel reported: ing condition. This sermon will be read by Dr.

that Mayor A. Sterling Hall of Heard a report by the mayor Henry James with a coffee hour + w
that residents of 56th Street be-
Bradenton is chairman. of the and round table discussion of the ser-
tween Palm and Gulf'Drives had .
mayors in the county to decideon attheir mon to follow. w
asked to have the street paved
the advisability of the several Services are held at 10:30a.m. ,
cities participating a suggested expense. each Sunday at the Palma Sola Com- F

"economic base urvey." munity Club, 67th Street West Bra-

Requests for contributions by Boer Holy Week Services denton.
the city of $400 to the Island
Chamber, Commerce, and $!,. Holy Week services at Roser
ISLAND LIONS CLUB L
Memorial Church will
Community :
000 to the Island Youth Center I
be as follows: Palm Sunday worship ., The of Ii
were tabled by the Council. All Rev. H. C. Benjamin
services 9 and 11:15 i
members seemed to feel the City's at a.m.; Holmes Beach was the speaker at
budget would not cover such con Maundy.Thursday service of Holy Monday's meeting of the Island Lions -
Communion at 7:30 Good t
tributions.In p.m.; Club telling the group of some
service 11
other action, Council: Ap Friday worship at of his experiences while racing sail- Second Lt. and Mr*. Anthony H. Newton, who were recent guest of Lt.
Easter
proved for payment, bills totaling a.m.; Sunday worship boats. N wton's mother., Mrs. Harold Newton of Anna Maria. Lt. Newton was
$686. services at 9 and 11:15 a.m. commissioned recently at Ft. Benning; Ga. and he and his bride of two
Transferred the liquor licenseat Everyone is cordially invited to Truth often suffers months will leave the country soon for Asmara, Ethiopia, where he will
the Cove Bar from Lenore attend any or all of the services. more by the heat of ft* be stationed for 2ft years. In his more than two years In the Army, New-
defenders than I ton was chosen "Soldier of the Month" three times at Arlington Hall
Pruitt Tidmore to Lee Tharpe.
Station, Arlington Va. (Islander Photo)
from the
Approved a request for a beer Episcopal Holy Week argument
ad wine license .for Redmond outs opposers.
Premo, who is opening a restau- Services William Penn
nnt at 116 BridgeStreet. The following Palm Sunday S0/n.Fruftt iff Solitud OUR NEXT ART SHOW
and Holy Week services will be I
Amended the building permit
ISLAND TAXPAYERS WILL BE PRESENTED BY ,
held the Church of
at
ordinance to.revise the fees for Episcopal
repair permits. Under the revised the Annunciation: Palm Sunday, AWAKEI! EUGENE WHITE AND NIKE PARTON I

schedule of fees,, no fee will be 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:15 a.m. ARE YOU'A FREEHOLDER r BEGINNING TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1962
charged fer a repair Amounting to Blessing and Distribution of I
RESIDING IN
less than $50, but a permit must Palms, Procession and Sung THOSE WHO HAVE PAINTINGS IN
Eucharist, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer MANATEE COUNTY?
be secured 'for any repair job. OUR PRESENT SHOW CAN CALL FOR
and Sermon. IF SO, ONE OF THE FIRST
THEM AT THE BANK ON OR.AFTERTHE
Monday and Wednesday, 7 a.m. THINGS YOU CAN DO TO ACTIVELY ABOVE DATE

CROSSONLY Holy Eucharist. Tuesday, 9 a.m., SUPPORT THE ORGANIZATION .........................M
Holy Eucharist. Maundy ThurSday THAT IS WORKINGFOR

5:30 p.m., Holy Eucharist, YOU, IS TO JOIN THE '
Procession to the Altar of Repose, MANATEE THE ISLAND BANKEstablished
Stripping and Washing Altar. COUNTY

Good Friday, 9 a.m., Mass of the TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION, April 25, 1961

'Pre-Sanctificd; 2 p.m., The Last INC., A NON-PROFIT FLORIDA
of the Three Hours. Holy Saturday

CORPORATION. MEMBERSHIP On Anna Maria Island
<< 5:30 p.m., Blessing and DUES.$5 PERYEAR. MEETINGS I
Lighting of the Paschal Candle I
FOURTH MONDAY OF EACH HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
and Holy
AT 1 o<> Baptism. MONTH, 7.30P.M.COURT

CORNERSPEACOCK'S HOUSE, BRADENTON. CALL,
Growing With The Islands i
DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON OR PICK UP YOUR MEMBER

BfAUTY SERVICES SHIP'APPLICATION. FROM Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
ELLEN MARSHALL, EXECU- :
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IS READY TO DEAL-AMD REALLY DEAL-ON FOUR BRAND NEW 1961 I
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EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS-A 75 HP, A 40 HP, AND 2.18 HP JOBS

PLUSTHREE NEW OWENS CRUISERS. ONE IS A 25-FOOTER: ANOTHERIS IslandTHE I

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TWIN ENGINE CRUISER. SO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A GENUINE SCHOOL POPULATION IN MANATEE COUNTY

BARGAIN IN BRAND-NEW, FIRST-CLASS MERCHANDISE, VISIT BAYOU HAS DOUBLED IN THE PAST TEN YEARS. THERE
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DON ALSO HAS SEVERAL GOOD USED BOATS FOR SALE, SUCH AS A FROM EVERY STATE IN OUR NATION. THEY BRING I

VARIED BACKGROUNDS AND IDEALS.
26-FOOT OPEN FISHING BOAT WITH 200 HP CHRYSLER ENGINE FOR I
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THEIR ACTIVE INTEREST IN OUR SCHOOLS. BY
HUNT, AND POWERED BY A GMC MODEL 671 DIESEL. OFFERED FOR COSMOPOLITAN
BLENDING OF THE IDEAS OF ALL

ONLY $4,000 BECAUSE THE OWNER DOESN'T WANT TO TAKE IT BACK PEOPLES, WE CAN MOVE FORWARD ON THE EDUCA- )

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The Battle of the Backyard



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t x Beautiful gardens and insect-free
homes are enjoyed by everyone.
They are among life's greatest
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" Third place VanOstenbridge

Builders took three points from

Island Bowling League champion
Tropical Vista in league action
Friday evening. High individual
scores were Aaron VanOsten-
: bridge, 192-546; Jack Colson, BOWLING LEAGUE WINNERS. Tropical Vista, 1962 championship team l lr
222, Roger Haynes, 510. In Island Bowling League. Left to right, Roger Haynes, Bob Guild, Bob
Whlpplf, Tom Edwards and Jack Colson. (Islander Photo) ,,,.
Other team and high individuals .. -. ...
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chard Plumbing4,Pete Reynard's Clyde Harman....................204 Kayo Keding....................171 j But when insects strike, plants and r. .-- ,,...;-.,,.--.,"
Restaurant 0. (Clyde Harman, Andy Rasmussen..201Harry George Thibodeau............. 171 trees are stunted and die home '- .' -.....;:'.1'9...,..".,....
'I 205-587;Harvey Meyer, 194-533). Callahan..................201 Clyde Harman....................171 becomes uncomfortable. *,
Dick Wagner Realty 3, The Islander Jim Wuichet.....................195;:>> Lefty Miller.....................1J57
1. (Dick Connick, 211I ; TOP TEN SERIES Tom Edwards...................166 6a1 : ) _0"_' ,

Bud Hottman, 509; Harry Callahan Hugh Holmes....................166 MIM,. .
I Jim Wuichet....................596 -U '"-....:;;::.--
I i 201, Kayo Keding, 491)). .. .. SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES
Clyde Harman. .... .. 587 To protect our homes and gar
Bayou Marina 3, Stanley Insur- Vic Reinel........................553 Bob Guild.........................705 dens, scientists have developedmany
ance 1. (Lefty Miller, 165-487; Aaron VanOstenbridge..546Harvey Bob Guild.......................647 useful pesticides. The U.S.
Lloyd Hanson, 181-505)). ...................533 \ Public Health Service reports that
Meyer. Jim Wuichet....................638 I
Island Bank 3, Lay-Z-Liv-N they are perfectly safe when used
i Andy Rasmussen..531Steve Lloyd Hanson....................637 according to directions.
1. (Vic Reinel 204-
Apartments Alex......................524 Andy Rasmussen.. ...............629
Frank Davidson 183-519)).
I 553; Frank Davidson.................519 Tom Edwards...................629
i Anna Maria Electric 3, Island Frank Moc! ......................517 Clyde Harman....................607 /READ THESTOP
MarineSupply 1. (Jack Ehrenzeller -.,Roger Haynes..................510 Aaron VanOstenbridge..599Bob For safe and effective use, READ
189 Kleinbeck, 486 '
Ralph ; FOUR LOW GAMES Guild.......................598 THE LABEL and follow the direc-
Jim,Wuichet, 225-596). George Thibodeau.............596 tions, cautions, and warnings.And .
John VanOstenbridge..105Ed Jim Wuichet....................596 you'll win the battle of the
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Haverkos....................110 backyard. LABEL I
Tropical Vista..................87.5 Walt Sparks......................111 SCHEDULE-April 13 II I
Schuchard Plumbing..80 Ken Fellows.....................112 A. M. Electric-Stanley Ins.
VanOstenbridge Builders...75 TOP TEN AVERAGESBob Island Bank-Pete Reynard's

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments..70The Guild.......................181 Lay-Z-Liv-N-Tropical VistaSchuchardVanOstenbridge
Islander....................65
Andy Rasmussen..175Roger
Anna Maria Electric..65Island The
Haynes...................173 Bayou Marina- Islander
Marine Island Marine-Dick
Supply..62Dick Jack Colson......................172 Wagner Sands
Wagner Realty........... 58 __ ,
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Dick Connick...................211 THE a FINEST Romantic.IN FRENCH Provincial CUISINKIn French Anna Maria, Florida NIATED WKH.-TV,

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Thursday: W. T. Arboe of Peter Stellas and Andrew Sel- Janet Drymond, Cortez.
Let's GoFishing Anna Maria, 17% pound black las of Chicago; owners of the S. TROUT: 9 .lb., 1 oz., C. S.

grouper; Darrell Storm of Mid- S. White Sands Motel, with sons- Hinkson, Longboat Key; 7 lb.,
CHURCHESHARVEY dlesboro, Ky., 14 pound grouper, in-law, John Diore and Jack 12 oz., Paul Bryan, Roann, Ind.;
and New of Louisville 7 lb. 4 James Welster, On.
Lawrence Koretos, landed 35 kingfish on 'a oz.,
MEMORIAL CHURCH Ky., a 13/ pounder. recent day's fishing aboard the tario, Canada.
(Hoa-DellOlBiINltiollClI Bradenton Beach ) Friday: Eula and Paul String- charter boat Mary K out of Bayou. SHEEPSHEAD: 8 lb., 15 oz.,
REV. A. W. SIMMS fellow of Winter Haven, a 161X Marina.. A. C. Cope; 6 lb., 15 oz., Marshall
and 16 t McMann 5 lb., Evelyn Figel,
Admiral Too, Wednesday: Joe a pound grouper. ;
:SUNDAY: Herbst of Bradenton and John Saturday: June Miller of Rus- March winners in the Manatee Cortez.
9:30: a.m. Sunday School. Makara of Aurora, 111. were tied kin, 40 pound grouper; Richard County Fishing Tournament are All three prizewinning catches
1U:30 a.m. Worship Service. for first place, each catching a 37 Bartels of Bradenton, 22 pound listed below. For their efforts, in Grouper, Red Snapper and

, ST. BERNARD MISSION pound grouper, and Harry Swi. grouper, and John Makara, a 15 each will receive $35 in cash, pluswinners' Mangrove Snapper categorieswere
I'riest: H.:". FHA.NCIS: F. WELSMILUK hart of Findlay, Ohio was third pounder. trophies.For caught by passengers on the
Schedule Masses with a 28 pounder. Sunday: Louis Leybovitz of the month, 384 anglers Admirals.
SUNDAYS; : 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. Admiral, Wednesday: Richard Bradenton, 30 pound cobia; Jacqueline registered, and submitted a total

HOLY WEEKDAYS DAYS::8:00 8:00 ajn.ajn. and 6:00 Brockman of Kingsport, Tenn., 30 Thixton of Indianapolis, of 87 fish in all 12 divisions. The Lawrence L. Leykauf

Horary and l Benediction. p.m. pound grouper; Elmer Hyslop of 22 pound grouper, and Jim Mooreof April tourney will wind up the Lawrence L. Leykauf, 86, of
ij WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m. Mt. Morris, Mich., 20V pqund Bradenton, a 20 pound black event for the season, leaving an 4905 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach,

I grouper, and E. V: Bryant of grouper. enthusiastic group of fishing fans died at his residence Friday,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Lexington. Ky., 20 pound grouper. looking forward to the next April 6. He had been vacationingon
tournament in December.
Rr.v. LEE RATUFF. Pastor the Island for five weeks from
SNOOK: 15 lb.; 8 oz., Walter his home at Valley Stream, L. I.,
THURSDAY: Burch, Merrill, Mich.; 13 lb., 10 N. Y. He was a retired furniture
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. t oz., Maurice DeClercq, Palmyra, refinisher.
FRIDAY: ; N. Y.; 13 lb., 4 oz., Virgil Shaw,
i 7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Class. :i ,- Surviving are two sons, GeorgeL.
SUNDAY: Cardington, .Ohio. Leykauf and Harold L. Ley
School. REDFISH: 8 lb.., 8 oz., Oliver HelenB.
9:45 a.m. Sunday $ kauf, and a daughter, Miss
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. 1 Mc Phelps, Ellenton; 8 lb., 5 oz., Leykauf, all of Valley Stream..
7:30 p.m. Choir will present a Harry Wharff, Bradenton; 7 lb., Services and interment were in
i program of music. 10 oz., Bob Adams, Snead Island. Valley Stream, with Griffith.Cline
MONDAY: 4* GROUPER: 37 lb., 12 oz., Joe Island Chapel in charge of local
6:30 p.m. R.A. Huepenbecker, Homer, Mich.:; 36
TUESDAY: J _. lb., 8 oz., Harry Allen, Miles City, arrangements.
10:30 a.m. Vota Vita Class. x Mont.; 35 lb., Ted Kok, Grand
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Rapids, Mich. Island Garden Club

WEDNESDAY: & 4r' RED SNAPPER: 33 lb., Harry The Island Garden Club will
6:30 p.m. Pot Luck Supper. B. Allen; 29 lb., 8 oz., B. A. not meet on its regular date, Fri
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7:30 Meeting.p m. Prayer and Chapel Rogers, Vermilion, Ohio: 22 lb., day, April 20, because that day-

8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Lewis Bricker, Holmes Beach. will be Good Friday. The meetingwill
MACKEREL: 4 lb., 14 oz., be postponed a week until

; Andrew Crilly, Ml. Blanchard, Friday, April 27, with the meet.
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH .. Ohio; 4 lb., 8 oz., A. C. Cope, ing to start at 6:30 p.m.
> .. .. .. fUkf Bradenton Beach 4 lb. 7
(Non-Denominational) {. ) ; oz.,
l Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor H....... ... .f '.1.. Ray Pringle, Cortez.MANGROVE .
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iot',>. ? SNAPPER: 5 lb., BEST BET
THURSDAY: r Joe Huepenbecker; 4 lb., 8 oz.,
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. r !J b Jeanette Clay, Plant City; 4 lb.,
PALM SUNDAY: 6 oz., Joe Huepenbecker. Deep SeaFishing
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. : S Sx
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10:00 a.m. Sunday School. KINGFISH lb., 15 oz., Mrs.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. qA S Douglas Smith, Bradenton; 14 lb.,
6:30 p.m. Senior and Intermediate 1 oz., J. R. Thompson, Braden. S
Youth Fellowships. I. -S ton Beach; 14 lb., Capt. Clyde
TUESDAY: Fore, Bradenton.
8:00 p.m. Group 7, Roser Guild, -'; f. FLOUNDER 4 lb. 5 A. C.
: : oz., LEAVING DAILY 1:00AM
at home of Mrs. John VanOsten- "j.. ... ; Cope; 3 lb., 5 oz., Marshall Mc. WIT H

WEDNESDAY bridge. : ... ._ Mann, Bradenton; 2 lb., 12 oz., Capt. Soupy Davis

9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. .. ; ; I
7:30 p.m. Board of Education -J _.. LOOKING FOR FROM

Meeting. SUCCESSFUL KINGFISHERMEN. Top picture shows Phil Cozad of Tampa ,TURNERS SEA FOOD DOCK
Senior Choir. .
7:30 p.m. Carroll of and Jack Whlteslde of
Reggie Chicago, Tampa, holdinga
few of the 184 Kings caught Tuesday aboard Whiteslde's boat, THE AN CORTEZ FLORIDA
NADE, berthed at Bayou Marina. Monday the same trio caught 157 Kings. EVERYTHING FURNISHED
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL Lower picture Is of another successful trio Tuesday, Charlie Little, J.
LUTHERAN CHURCH B. "Jake" Owens, and Red Hall, all of Tampa, who caught 167 Kings ISLAND ? FOR RESERVATIONSCALL
Minister: Riv. FRAMC LYEKLY from Owens' boat, the NETA B. (Islander Photos) 778-1228

SUNDAY:
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. HAVE YOU TRIED
9:45 a.m. Church School. \
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, -
TUESDAY 508 74th: St., Deep Sea Fishing TRY ANNA MARIA!

7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? 1
8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508
74th Street.
Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
(Episcopal)
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9:15 a.m. Blessing Distributionof
Palms Procession and Sung
Eucharist. CIRCLE
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer Sermon:I.
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Florida's Citrus IndustryBy tangerines than any other state seedling and off-type varieties of .
A. H. KREZDORN or country in the world. Of the citrus, which were undesirableas FOR BEST
fresh fruil because if seedinets
Department of fruit Crops, major citrus crops Florida lags <
University of Florida only in lemon production. or appearance, into highly valuable -, ,
Citrus, which was introducedinto This huge industry was not properties. The development'
Florida in the 16th century built by chance. There have been of dehydrated citrus pulp as cat- "
by the Spaniards, has, after sev- many disasters and crises. tle feed has not only produced an '"iv RESULTS = j
eral quiescent centuries, exploded At one stage the entire industrywas important product, but it has _
into one of the truly phenomenal threatened with citrus canker.In solved the tremendous problem of *
agricultural developments of an epic example of cooperation waste disposal from processing ;,-'-.
modern times. between the grower and research plants. : :
The industry is located in two extension and regulatory Mechanization has played an IT PAYS TO .
main areas. The lesser area, from agencies this disease was entirely important role. The development .ll ,f'
the standpoint of production, is eliminated. Twice. once in recent of air-blast type sprayers, mechanical .;::-..-
the Indian River country on the years, the Mediterranean fruit fly tr'e.hoe5, and bulk-
east coast of the state. This is a has invaded Florida's citrus, and handling equipment, and their acceptance ADVERTISEIN
most improbable place to grow in classic examples of insect control by the grower, has help- .
cilrus because the low elevationand infestation were eradicated. ed keep the industry a. half-step
heavy rainfall necessitates Various freezes and hurricanes ahead of' the ever present labor .
major water drainage measures have occurred from time to time problem. I
and careful grove management. but after an initial sel-l>ark the The organization of growers., : iI :'r .
Much: of the acreage was once industry has advanced more shippers and processors into Flor- *:..is"i': ; .. :, :
under water. However, becauseof rapidly than before. ida Citrus Mutual and the development '".,.-,<;%"' '.. .
the rootstock used and the en The industry has survived the of the Florida Citrus ;
viornmental factor present, the speculative land boom of the Commission have been cohesive THE ISLANDER
fruit has unusually good quality.The twenties and the myriad of pseudo force and given the industry a
other area, located in the experts charlatan salesmen and unified advertising voice. The
center of peninsular Florida in an fly-by-night caretakers. While consumer now recognizes citrus .
adjective-inspiring country of SHine of the products and services as. a necessary food product, not
hill and lakes is probably the !still have a faint odor of snake a luxury.
largest single; concentration of oil, the industry now has a highly However. oV>-pile! ,it, record of
citrus in the world. Mile after developed sense of integrity. Care- !stability and succre the t: trtls
mile of trees are grown on a high takers have huge investments in faces
industry ever present newproblJ11s
sandy ridge. This sandy ridge is equipment and training, and salesmen and tho.e ing.thc industry Invitation To A
very warm because the cold air keep abreast of the latest research today are impr sj\"c. Tin:
(drains into the "flatwoods" on developments and 'recom spreading decline nematode, virus Fashion LUNCHEONAT
either side and the thousands of mendations.The diseases and I the increasing costs
lakes afford a large reservoir of development of large mar of harvesting are real and tremendous -
heat.To keting and grower cooperatives "problems. In addition,
attain some idea of the size has been an important milestone.The all of the good planting sites are PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB
of the industry only comparisonssuffice. entrance of large corpora- gone and expansion is a necessity
On a weight basis, the tions into both the production and if the iucjeasinrr: demand for RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEONE
Florida alone has added .
orange production processing picture to citrus is to be met.
surpasses the total apples pro- the aura of big business.
, duced in the United States. .The Technological developmentssuch to TWO P.M., TUESDAY, APRIL 17th
Florida grapefruit production surpasses as citrus concentrate and
the country s pear production chilled fresh juice have been Coiffures by Pierre's
and the nation's cherry cropis pioneering developments in the ONLY
smaller than that of Florida present day food industry with its PLACE ON THE ISLAND Fashions by Raymond'sNO
tangerines. Compared with other .concept of easy-to-prepare foods. OFFERING
citrus areas, Florida producedmore Such developments have also
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Gulf Drive Anna Maria "j.,.."'. t r.- t $,..,
RESOURCES 4 :

t Sunland Turf & Garden Cash and Du. From Banks..............................$ 375,626.54
U. S. Gov.rnm.nt Securities..1..1..1.1..1.1. 1,152,675.39Loans
s i PHONE and Discounts..........................?.......... 632,128.60
;' 'r 778-2711 Banking Quarters.......................................... 75,538.00 .
:;: Furnitur. and Fixtures................................... 48,115.93 ,
f -'i Prepaid Insuranc........................................... 2060.45 '
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IL\ ", DEPOSITS..................................................... 2,014,714.17


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two earlier productions of the
I .. CUE LINES. season, Miss Hoyle was pressedinto High Twelve Club Kleinbeck Elected V.P.
t service after attending the The next regular weekly meet- Of Teachers AssociationRalph
,, Players' fall tea. She admits to ing of the High Twelve Club of,
1 Anna Maria Island will be a H. Kleinbeck of North
by Helen Bradley finding the work stimulating and
; Ladies' Day Luncheon meeting at Shore Drive, Anna Maria, recent-
enjoyable, and members of the
the Gulf Terrace Restaurant, Wednesday ly was elected vice-president of
\ Anotheropening, another show! Joan. His years of practice were three casts have found her che- April 18. Members and the Manatee County Classroom

so goes the song of the thea interrupted by four years as a ery Irish humor refreshing, as guests, and their wives, will at- Teachers Association.
tre. On the local scene, it's op- flight surgeon with the U. S. Navy they struggled with their lines. tend. Speaker for the meetingwill Kleinbeck, formerly a teacher
ening night Wednesday, April 11 Fleet Air Arm. His previous ex- Miss Hoyle spends her summersin be the Rev. H. C. Benjamin, at the Island School for three
for the Island Players in their perience on the stage was con- Newport, R. I., where for man- a retired Episcopal clergymanwho years, has taught at Palmetto High
third and last production of the fined to high school dramatics, years she managed the auxiliary is well known on the Island.At for four years, and heads that

season, Not in The Book, by and appearances with the Paint long distance telephone office a recent meeting, of the club, school's .science. department.. ..
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I I Peters, this suspenseful mystery umbia. Naval Base and the thirteen mil- They were: E D. Wetmore, presi ';". :+,' ,,,
will have its premiere in Jim Adamson, a newcomer to lion dollar pier built for the destroyer dent; Earl Cromer first vice- ,'

'I I, America during the four night run the Island Players' stage, will squadron. She says she president; Hollie Ellis, second ..." .
at the Anna Maria Community be seen as Timothy Gregg, stud- misses seeing the many white vice-president; Russell Homer, ,
hats and the dazzling displaysof third vice-president; Ray Hardy,
Hall. The stellar cast includes ious young writer, who authorsthe
, Elbert Butts assistant
Irma Cox, Bob Hanscom, Hank crime novel from which the gold braid, but is consoled to secretary secretary;; Ralph Kendall, treasurer < R'
Brandt Dr. plot evolves. Jim movedto some extent by the splendor of'
Aldredge, Hermann mystery ; Hubert Lemon, .sergeant-al
I Roy Gunther, Jim Adamson, Lt. Bradenton four years ago from the sunsets over the Gulf. arms; John Engel, chaplain; John K::'
: Col. Edward Chandler and Dick Brooklyn, N. Y., graduated from BACKSTAGE BRIEFS: Assist- Myers, representative to International
i Rosedale. Curtain time will be Manatee High'School, and is com- ing Pat Huber with paint and ; and Robert Collins, Rich
8:30 p.m., and tickets may be pleting his second year at Manatee brush during the past week were ard Holt, Louis Mack, Grover f \
purchased at the theatre box of- Junior College. His parentsare Johnny Palmer and Helen Law- VanKirk, Gardner Bowen"and a a
,I fice. the Thomas Adamsons, and rence, putting the finishing i i Lewis Bricker, directors.

..... :-,_ "!' Of."'tor--- ....-.....--..-- '" touches on the set of Not in The
I Book. Pat has been sewing slip stage personnel, board members,
covers, and Toni Stenstrom has all with their mates or dates, ;
tinted the curtains. Frank Bre- will be held at the home of Mr. KLEINBECKA

chlin has used his years of experience and Mrs Cotton Brewer on Key former Anna Maria City
with the N. Y. Tele- Royale, immediately followingthe commissioner, Kleinbeck has beena
phone Company to devise a workable close of the last performance resident of the Island for many

,' a ia telephone amplifier and on Saturday evening. De- years. He is a graduate of the U.
r .bell. .The plus fours neededwere laying rehearsal on Sunday last S. Merchant Marine Academy at
King's Point, L. L, N. Y., and
found at the costume room week, the severe rain which was
of the Manatee Players, and other responsible for the interruptionof of Bowling Green State University
Green Ohio
at Bowling ,
electric service the Island
s : sharp male wardrobe necessa- on ,
where he received both a bache-
I/1 I DR. GUNTHER ADAMSON MISS HOYLEDr. ries were loaned by Rug 1 e s served as a reminder and warn- lor and master's degree. He is!'
Putnam. Furniture was located ingthatsuch a deluge could hap- married and has two children.
Roy Gunther plays the role Jim has three brothers. Makinghis and was loaned by the George pen on a performance night. An Installation of the newly elect.
of Dr. Locke, breezy medic witha first stage appearance, act- Harris's, the Mort Clarks, and adequate supply of candles and ed officers of the association will
sense of humor and an absorb- ing he acts his list of hobbies, the John Bensons. The cast flashlights have been gatheredfor take place at a meeting at the

ing interest in golf. An off-stage with swimming, golf and tennis party,for all cast members, back just such an emergency. Island School on May 10.
counterpart of the role he plays, also in top favor. His accompli-I ...
shments include a remarkable talent -
Dr. Gunther is a leading eye,
ear, nose and throat specialist, at the piano.Elizabeth '
with a busy practice in Bradenton Hoyle is a new Island I

and is an enthusiastic golfer resident this winter, and new to

who "goes around in 83," as the Players. As prompter for Not '"'-.....',.>..:
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Medical I School in 1931, and PLUMBING. .

specialized in private practicein The Best 1 .,r
Amsterdam, N. Y. until 1952, P
when he moved to the Island with YERLY PLUMBING CO.

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EDITORIAL IN VERSE"c ?
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The Hermit's still a vagabond at heart Vy*':,::.,:: '';"

And here's a letter to a friend, in part:

"Now when it comes to visiting each State 'c. *e c R
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We must admit that Florida is great. .' :! J'..
The lowest third of Florida is hot.

The central third is called the luke-warm spot. 1, Jt

The northern third is tepid if you will, '

I For there some winter nights give you,a chill. 4y vt

:The fishing in all waters is a treat,

And boating makes the picture more complete.

The eastern ocean side is good for all "
Unless the rockets from Canaveral shall fall.

The Riviera, of which Frenchmen boastIs

more or less like Florida's Gulf Coast. e. ..
Thus, always fond of southern coast of France : *

I've chosen central Florida by chance, .:;. ,_'. a "

And found the section which I like the best ,!"7i i '
A place where I'll enjoy a winter rest. ?

Though Spanish mess which southern devils spin, 4 J.
Reminds me very much of Castro's chin, 6.

I have avoided it in ANNA MARIA, H f
The island free of moss as angels see her.

So maybe someday you will take a look, 1 4 Yy

1 For there I hope to write my seventh book. -


THE HERMIT OF C} UTAUQUA HILLS


LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE UNDER INVITATION TO BID
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Sealed bids will be received by the City PET COON at horn of Mr. and Mrs Dick Mlzntr of Anna Maria. At left
Pursuant to the provisions of Florida of Anna Maria, Florida for installation h. Is helping himself to his own food, which Is In the form of broken
Slatut.sS.ction665.09, notice is hsrsby of additional ducts and registers at 'the dog biscuits. In pictures at right coon demonstrates his affection for
Anna Maria Community Hall, until 12:00
given that the undersigned desiring to
ngag in business under the fictitiousname Noon May 7, 1962, at the City Office. his close friend, the family dog.
of THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY Details and specifications of the workto
not incorporated, to be locatedat be done can b. obtained from the '
a L Post Office Plaza Anna Maria Flor City Clerk. Commission will open said
ida, intends to register said name with bids at its regular meeting May 7, 1962
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Manatee and retains the right to reject any or all
County, Florida. bids.
THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY Gladys Dumanne.City VOTE MAY
Post Office Plaza Clerk
Anna Maria, Florida Anna Maria, Florida
Ray Hardy, Sole Owner 4-12 & 1962
$$1 315. 22 & 29} 4.562


INVITATION TO BID
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING -
Sealed bids for repairing of approximately Cultivate enthusiasm. People will :* = -
There will be a Public Hearing before 200 feet of Bay Boulevard, will be < Re-Elect
'I the Zoning Adjustment Board of the Cityof opened at the regular meeting of the like you better for it; you will escape -
Anna Maria, Florida, at the Anna Maria Anna Maria City Commission, Anna the dull routine of a mechanical "''' > '.
Community Hall, at 10:00 a.m., Satur- Maria, Florida, May 7, 1962, with bids existence and will make WILBUR c.
day, April 14, 1962. Purpose of the hearing to b. received at the City Office until you i <:
will be to hear evidence for and against 12:00 noon, May 7, 1962. Details and headway wherever you are.
a request by W. E. Tripp for extension .
specifications work to be done can JONATHAN OGDEN ARMOUR KINGFLORIDA
of lot lines on Lots 1 through 9, be obtained from City Clerk. Commission -
I Block 2, Shore Acres Subdivision. retains the right to reject any or all
1 bids. RAILROAD AND
Zoning Adjustment Board Gladys Dumaine, WE RENT
PUftUC UTILITIES COMMISSION
City of Anna Maria Florida City Clerk
t Theodore L. Tripp, Anna Maria, Florida a.. e Ntrtfve ......Or.-vp read 1 Md.......
a Chairman 4-12 & 19, '62 FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS la font ss1 chr*. fer....*. teesi
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Election of permanent officers ._.<- -"
and<< planning of arrangements for _.
presentation of the club's char-

ter, were the principal items on I t4
the agenda at last week's meet-

ing of the new Island Exchange T -

Club _
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The charter of the organization
J will be presented at the meetingto s
be held at the Holmes Beach

Yacht Club, at 7 p.m., Thursday,
April 12, with a banquet to pre-
cede the presentation.

Roger Hewitt of Lansing, Mich., .
National Regional Vice Presidentof 4

Exchange, will present the I
charter. District Governor Eu-

gene Ameral of Sarasota will SAILORS TURNED WHALERS. Mr., and Mrs. Max Booker, and friendsMr.
make the sponsoring awards and and Mrs. Tom Grafton, all of Lakeland, aboard the Book.ers'- boat, HOME at 105 Third Street South, Bradenton Beach, purchased recentlyby
Robert R. Snead,Exchange State the MARLIN at the Bayou Marina Sunday. The party, while fishing for Mrs. Damie C. Thorp of Wauchula from Mrs. Mabel S. Stanard. Trans.
President, will'welcome the new kingfish north of the Island, was close enough to large humpbackedwhale action was negotiated by Jack.Marshall, Realtor. (Islander Photo)
so that Mrs. Booker was able to take some very good color pictures -
club. Frank Benjamin of Bradenton -
of the beast. Booker is commander, and Grafton past-commander of
will be toastmaster. Lakeland Power Squadron. (Islander Photo) -
Officers elected to serve for
the balance of the year were: COAST GUARD AUXILIARY Athorne, are: D. O. Smith, com-
Hollie C. Ellis, president; Dr. MEETINGAt munications officer; Dr. Edgar Shop the Island first!
Stephen A. Walker, vice presi- W.Huth, training officer; William
dent; Robert A. Daughaday, sec- a recent meeting of the new Dahlgren,acting training officer;
retary;Louis B. Mack, treasurer; Flotilla 99, U. S. Coast Guard Gail P. Turpen, finance officer; Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality

and P. C. VanRensselaer, Pete Auxiliary, recently appointed of- Clyde A. Fore, operations offi-
Reynard, Frank W. Davidson and ficers outlined their dutjes, and cer; Col. Edward V. Chandler, ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
John C. Myers, members of the Commander George 0. Athorne public instruction officer; L. M.
Board of Control.AN announced that the 'flotilla now Humbug Cobb, special staff offi-
,has 60 qualified and provisional cer; Mrs. George '0. At h o rn e,
members. public relations officer, and Mrs.
at 3t-,1 u iip ..5r Officers will be installed, anda J. Hartley Blackburn, chairman UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

covered! dish supper served at of the house committee. INSURANCE COMPANY
a meeting to be held at the par- Since 1897
ish house of the Church of the Anna Maria Protect Your Real tttate Investment
Annunciation at 6 p.m., Wednes- 526 12th St. West BRADENTON FLA. Phone 743-4541

day, May 16.Officers Building Lot
c- .
aa.t in addition to Cdr. NEAR BEST GULF BEACH

50 x 100-ONLY l,895--Terms SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS a

HARRY: M. RIFE Zoned for SMALL COTTAGE ,
LICENSED GENERAL MASONRY
Which Can Be Built for as
PAINTING CONTRACTOR .
LITTLE AS $6,900
BONDED AND INSURED FROM OWNER Complete InstallationsWILLIAM
OPPORTUNITY to fill o vacancy I
In Paradise. (Islander Photo) Phone 778-1341 778.1410 or 778-2591

R. KERMODE ,'
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DIRECTLY ON THE .
ANNA MARIA 778-2557
GULF' BEACH FOODLINER

THE. ALL-MODERN

Gulf ParkFOR QUALITY AND VARIETYHIGH INCOME PROPERTY FOR SALE-OWNER'S PARTIALLY- c
GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS \,
FURNISHED TWO-BEDROOM HOME, WITH OFFICE, CAR.
MOBILE HOMES DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS \'
PORT, GARAGE, SCREENED PORCH AND UTILITY ROOM.
FRESH FRUITS AND
a Private Beach VEGETABLES
Boat BasinAccommodations -- .-- TWO MOTEL ROOMS WITH TILED SHOWER BATHS. THREE
for ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTS, EACH HAVING LIVING ROOM,
Recreation Trailers Halt up Shulflcboard to 53' With Every Purchase We Now Give EFFICIENCY KITCHEN, TILED SHOWER BATH, SCREENED

-Cocktail Bar PORCH, NICELY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED. BEACH PRI-
PIONEER SAVING STAMPSSEE
E1ADENTON BEACH VILEGES. ANNUAL INCOME $5,000, IN ADDITION TO OWN- l

OUR WEEKLY CIRCULAR! ER'S QUARTERS. PRICE-$45,000IIGOOD!! TERMS. SHOWN BY ?
BUILDER OF HOMES .
climate Stamp books and catalogs of hundreds of items APPOINTMENT ONLY. j
Houses suitable for Island
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and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs ready for you at our store r
RUTH MAHAR Realtor LEO MAHAR BrokerGulf
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates ,
giten.NORMAN THE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Drive and 77th Street Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
ROSEDALE Anna Maria ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop ANNA MARIA 778.1925
Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591 A REAL GOOD BUY



SEE'S' *, TO TWO FASHION P.M., TUESDAY LUNCHEONONE APRIL 17th IMMEDIATE OCCU PANCY..TWO BEDROOM CB HOME

COIFFURES BY PIERRE'S-FASHIONS BY RAYMOND'S NEAR GULF-FURNISHED. (HAS A CLOSED-IN PORCH

THAT COULD SLEEP 20 PEOPLE-HUGE!) SEE THIS
CHARGE)
ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS (NO EXTRA
AT ONCE FOR A REAL BEACH BARGAIN. PRICE.

Income Tax Service ONLY 13500. EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGEDI! I I l'

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL SALAD BAR
PARRISH REALTYPost \i
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Office Plaza,. Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902 "
Phone 778-1530 or 746-6150 Sizzling Steaks Residence 778-2121


REASONER & ANSONFLORIST RESTAURAKTj Sea Food LOOK LOOK LOOK

4tfzcolttliTioiu
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Need CashWILL
Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg.Ph. .
LIVE
.744-0651 or 746.9110 utter S p.m. SELL TWO LARGE LOTS ON GULF DRIVE
Lobsterand
WHICH ARE ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM BEACH,
Island Repair &
other AND ARE ZONED TO ALLOW BUILDING OF DU-
Electric ServiceW.

Dishes PLEX APARTMENTS. THESE LOTS APPRAISEDAND
Service Special

1 OIL BURNERS. GAS HEATERS. ALL SOLD IN 1958 FOR $5,500. WILL SACRIFICEFOR

TYPES OF WINDOWS. HOT WATER
HEATERS APPLIANCES. PUMPS PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB ONLY- ..

: AND LAMPS. $3500
RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGEOpen
Anything in the Electrical Line .

Alt Kinds ol Repairing JACK MARSHALL- Realtor ,
Daily from Noon on Phone 778-2551 1
PHONE 778-2313 M & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 77*.2614 ,
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I'' I FOR SALE A STEALDUPLEXCONCRETE Shop the Island first!

I( BLOCK AND PERMASTONE--

;;, DICKWAGNER EACH APARTMENT: LIVING ROOM, DINETTE, KIT- .
ON THE WATEREXCELLENT
I CHEN, LARGE BEDROOM, BATH, HEAT, AIR CONDI-

TIONER. FURNISHED.SEPARATE UTILITY BUILDING.
NEIGHBORHOOD-TWO BEDROOM, TWO
NEAR BAY, CHURCH, STORES. ONLY $9,850--TERMS. BATH HOME-$14,950. .

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GENE COX
A .. Realtor
408 Pine Ave. Anna Maria Tel. 778-1500 OVERLOOKING THE GULF-FOUR APARTMENTS-

$13,950-ATTRACTIVE TERMS.
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778-2663 BAY FRONTSMALL .

HOUSE-LARGE VIEw..L A R G E DOCK- JACK HOLMES, Realtor

a LARGE LOT WITH LARGE VARIETY OF BEARING HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
1 BRANCH OFFICES
TROPICAL FRUIT TREES. PRESENT OWNER WILL
Look For These Signs
S SELL FOR $3,500 LESS THAN HIS ACTUAL COSTI! Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET
j NEED WORK? 0. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman
JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
'I ISLAND LAUNDRY AND DRY

CLEANING BUSINESS FOR Estate Sales & Rentals
CONSIDER THESE HOMESITES IN RESTRICTED AREAS:
SALE. EXCEPTIONALLY,
116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
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GOOD YEAR AROUND INCOME. LAKE LaVISTA-
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$10,000 Required. Balance on \ LOT 65 x 118, With Boat Slip Right-$2,500, Terms.
EXPERIENCEDHELP
GOOD TERMS. ISLAND REALTYHOLMES N
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WILL STAY. LAGUNA MARIA.

j 0 BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ),_ LOT 80 x 141, $2,500, Terms.
8-UNIT MOTEL AND LARGE ,.
I TWO BEDROOM HOME ONt HOW ABOUT THIS "> .

SARASOTA BAY. Shows except- \) TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME, CLOSE TO STORES
lonally good Incom. Room for A TWO BEDROOM HOME ONLY A FEW MINUTES' WALK .:
\ ; AND GULF, LO'.70 x 115, $13,500.
' expansion. PRICE $75,000, TO SHOPPING CENTER. IN A-1 CONDITION, COMPLETELY .
$15,000 Down-Easy Terms.
REDECORATED INSIDE AND FULLY FUR
t SOMETHING TO CONSIDER FOR INCOME PROPERTY:
TWO BEDROOM HOME, ONLY NISHED. ONLY $10,500. TERMS.P. ti
: TWO YEARS OLD. IN HOLMES V Three Bedroom, Two Bath Home, furnished; additional

BEACH. FULL TILE BATH. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 718.2444JACK'S t t.l' two bedroom apartment, double lot, close to Gulf. $20,000
Open beam ceilings, pl.nty of
t closet space. Boat Dock. Nice "' Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

Neighborhood. ONLY $10,575. BARGAINS Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
:
SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778.2156
MARINA SITE ON SARASOTA
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1 BAY-300 f..t on Paved 'Road, ANNA MARIA: DUPLEX APARTMENTS, MODERN, WELL. Anna Maria, FloridaInterested
and 300 foot on doop water. I FURNISHED, WITH A FULL EXTRA LOT. GOOD INCOME
-: ZONED COMMERCIAL-GOOD PRODUCER. NOW REDUCED TO ONLY $13,0001
, for any type of bu.In.... Price *
$36,000-Can b. bought on time In
f BAY FRONT LOT IN ANNA MARIA. NICE SAND BEACH FOR
I. for 29% Down.
SWIMMING. MAGNIFICENT VIEW. CUT TO JUST $4,000.
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LARGE OFFICE BUILDINGIn
) COMMERCIAL ZONE. Excol- DUPLEX APARTMENTS ON HIGHWAY, EXCELLENT CONDI-
INCOME PROPERTY ?
lent Location for Professional TION, FULLY FURNISHED. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERINGFOR

j.. Offices. Price $17,500.MARINAACCESSORY ONLY $9,500.
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SUPPLY ANNA MARIA: A COMFORTABLE, FURNISHED 2-BEDROOM BEST BUY-CB DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
,
Business with Boat Storage COTTAGE ON LOVELY SHADED LOT IN QUIET, CONVENIENT I WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA

Spaces and Retail Sales Shop. NEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY $6,000 ON TERMSI AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
Excellent Opportunity for the *
Right Party. Consult us for d. FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM
HERE'S A' GOOD BUYI! A MODERN TWO-BEDROOM HOME
tails. Help will stay. FISHING PIER. TERMS $9,000-$1,000 Down, $80
: per
ON CORNER LOT IN POINT SECTION. ATTRACTIVELY
FURNISHED. BIG GARAGE. SHORT DISTANCE FROM GULF MONTH, OR $8,500 CASH!

BAY & CANAL LOTS AND FISHING PIERS. SELLING FOR 13750. *
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90 x 100 Seawalled ALSOMANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN DUPLEXES, SMALLOR
$3,500 CASH
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM LARGE MOTELS.
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. LARGE BAY FRONT LOT & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2614
Seawa l.d..$8,500

I. Look & Check These ValuesTWO I IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GULF FRONTAGE, WE

Holmes Beach Lots, Closeto HAVE ITI! WITH SINGLE DWELLING, DUPLEX OR
Shopping Center-$2,700
t EACH BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LARGE LIVING MOTEL ZONING.

ROOM, DINING AREA AND KITCHEN. CLOSED
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GARAGE AND UTILITY ROOM. SCREENED PORCH.
LOT BUY OF THE WEEK
90 x 100 Canal Lot, Sea- 1,857 Square Feet UNDER ROOF ON71ST STREET WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
walled and Paved Street AVAILABLEAlso
77th Street, Holmes Beach LANDSCAPED AND SODDED LOT, ALL FOR ONLY

$3,500 Cash $15,750! the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE

U5: FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
ON KEY ROYALE, THREE BEDROOMS, TWO
HOME BUY OF THE WEEK
Before you make a depositon BATHS, LARGE LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA,

any property See This KITCHEN, LARGE FLORIDA ROOM, SCREENED
2-Bedroom Homel Completely
Furnished-Dishes, ..11.I PORCH. 2,059 Sq. Ft. UNDER ROOF on LARGE, Walter S. Haidn
v.rware-Ev.rythlng Goes!
I Has beautifullylandscaped LANDSCAPED SODDED LOT, ALL FOR ONLY
a
fenced yard. Bull t. $20,4501! Realty Company
in Electrlckitchen. Separate Realtors
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watering system. Large

porch with privacy. Utility. WE ALSO HAVE OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUES
room with washer. Concrete

I Furniture driveway and especiallymade carport. IN BONUS HOMES, SO BE SURE TO SEE US1! .
was ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
for the house. Owner

t I f' lived ANal here bvy-ONLY only two$12,7501 years. PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756

TERMS AVAILABLE BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778-1917 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778.2307Thursday

JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614.


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_.. 12 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 12, 1962

Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradley of
Towne Park, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Earl Taylor of Chattanooga, Tenn. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brockman of
Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON .. Kingsport, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes ,
I i P* A, John L. Reed of Orlando Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Haskins of Richmond, Va. Mrs. J. P. McClain of Cleveland. Ohio
HARBOR LIGHTS: )Jr. and Mr on their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark Of ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.
On Cutter of Morton Grove, 111. BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1
)lr. and Mr*. E. G. Johnson of Chi. : Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Braun. Wilson of Detroit Mr. and Mrs. LANVIN
aGo Mr. and Mrs.. J. Barber of echttriger of Utica, Mich. Mr. and Charles F. Lyon of WesthamptonBeach YOUR MONEY
Elizabeth, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Alfred Schoenknecht of Houghton N. Y. CHANEL
L. Fruin of Richmond, Mich. Mr. Lake Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Henry a BUYS MORE REVLON RUBENSTEIN
and Mrs. H. R. A\erill of Barneveld, Esfeld of St. Clair Shores Mich. Recent guests of Mayor and Mrs.
N. 'y. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. MacTaush SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Carl F. Scott of Holmes Beach at WHITMAN
of London, Ont. Mr. andMrs. MM. Chester Ray of New Era, Mich. their home on 57th Street were their COMPLETE
Francis D. Strong of Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Rud Hupel and son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L Howardof Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Tretz of Southfield Robert W. Crawford of Erie, Pa. Mr.
Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Mich. Crawford i ii a ou of Mr. and Mr*.. jexaU
Fred D. Logan of Oak Park, Ill. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: JamesW. Allan Crawford of 58th Street, who !
Mr. and Mr. H. S. Nallinger of Hunter of Dayton. Ohio. now have as their guests another son LINE
Philadelphia. PRINCESS MARTHA:. Mr. and and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.F. Mr. Wendel Moore and family of Crawford and family of Racine Wis. IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
Hurley of Red Bank, N. J. Mr. Louisville, Ky.LAYZLIV.N. *
Henry Bullard of Lake Wales .' APARTMENTS: Mr, Recent guests at the home of Mr. DRUG STORE Service
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coysareth of Tampa and Mrs. Joseph Pickersgill and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Slater: of 75th Street, -
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Terwilliger and Mrs. B. Pickersgill of Goulias, Holmes Beach have been Mrs. J. G.
of Cocoa W. M. Ray and G. Hol. Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sharpe Conley, Mrs. Robert Tiffany and Dr. Open Sundays 8:30 a..... to 1:00 p.m. .
ton of Dayton, Tenn. K. H. Thomas of Lakeland V. Mastis of Chicago and Mrs. Bradley T. Coates, all of
and William M. Steamer of North Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walleen and Chittenango, N. Y.; Mr. and Mr John
Carolina. Mr*. W. R. McLurk of Duluth Minn. Tiffany of Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. H. Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.F. . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Humphriesof O. Bailey of Evanston 111. and :Mr. and
P. Hayes of Akron, Ohio Mr. Hopkinsville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs, Mr?. Thomas E. Jenkins of Boston-
and Mr?. Robert Doerfler and ion Eugene Dunifon and family of Fre. Mass.
Douglas of Cheshire, Conn. Mr. andMrs. a a a
mont, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. AllenJ. 3
: Alfred Martin of Arlington, Va. Trumpie and daughters Donna and Mr. and Mr". Rajrunml :Mirk "Ii" FABulous '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gunette of Debbie of Grand Rapids, Mich. spent the sinter on North Miorr Drh; I t
Hampstead, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Each of Chicago Anna Maria haw rvturmJ to Jackson ADorable -
Richard J. Hirsch and family of Park r Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mitchell olMr. Height. I.. I.. N. \. for the umnier. .
Ridge, Ill. :Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Pleasant. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. marVELous .
Nelson and family of Amarillo Texas. Glen Hagen and daughter of West Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ESTRA LITA APARTMENTS: Mr. Liberty, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. E. Romeo St. Cyr of Tenth Street North, SEERSUCKER SHIRTDRESS 1
and Mrs. P. O. Pennington Jr. and C. Zendt of East Peoria, 111. Bradenton Beach, are Mrs. St. Cyr's L .; '
family of Ann Arbor, Mich. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Carl Magnusson of by' ..rpll1T I It
DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Earl William P. Kasper of Worcester, Alas TewksburyMass.andMrs. St. Cyr'scousins / air / r J
Drake and family of Greenville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Schreck of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bradyof U
CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry East Tawas, Mich. Mrs. W. H
West Roxbury, Mass.
Root of Rochester, N. Y. Budge of Ogden l Utah. Mrs *
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Thomas McMahon of East Tawas
and Mrs. L. I. Chidester of HighPoint Mr. and Mrs. William Haig Ramageleft '
Mich. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Weynei 10.95 /j f -
N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert of GoldsbOrough, N. C. .Mr. and this week to return to their homein
H. Fowler: of Chardon Ohio Mr. Mrs. Robert H. Dillard of Villanova Youngstown Ohio, after spending
an1'Irs.. E. C. Potter anti Mrs. M. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Calhan of several months on the Island. 1t
McLaughlin of Delray Beach. Colquitt, Ca. a r as v4us Ij -
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. SEA ISLE MOTEL:. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. VanderKaaden of
George Lang of Chicago Mr. and R. Bawlicer and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Enka, N. C. are spending several
Conas of Miami. weeks at East 0' The Sun, Bradenton -
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Beach.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance and Mrs. R .Croft of Napierville, 111. + *

( ) Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Herrmann ol f Mr. and Mrs. Leon Deland of Lowell -
Payment Required Barrington 111.
Mass. are spending a vacationat
1.00 inch; 50c minimum BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cowgill of Hil Bernard's Apartments. ; R #..men R Womn j
*
liard, Ohio.
YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency be- CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Greg Drow and three
tween Bay & Gulf, $45 per month. Mrs. Cecilia Novak and Mr. and Mrs. children of Milwaukee are vacation- EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION *

PHONE'7782776. Frank Medved of Milwaukee Mrs. ing at Sunswept Apartments.
BY PRE-
aaa SAVE $1.00 ON THE PRICE OF THIS DRESS
Marquis Childs of Washington, D. C,
FREE TRASH PICK in
UP Anna
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Streng and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malizia of
SENTING A GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM A SPECIAL
Maria City, April 16 to May 1, 1962.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bewalda of f Key Royale 67th Street, who have
All material to be placed near the Grand Haven, Mich. spent several months in their new BOX OF FAB, AD or VEL.
curb,and only burnable trash to be S.WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr., home here, have returned to Nutley,
hauled away, and only that which and Mrs. Robert Nourse of Lansing,I N. J. for the summer.
can be lifted by one man. The pickup Stuffed Animals For EASTERSISTER
will start in south end of city
ISLAND TV AND BROTHER BUNNIES.r..
and home
only one pick up per I

will be made.SUBSCRIBE GULF.DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703 t& BUNNIES WITH STRAW HATS (

: to The Wander for only MUSICAL BUNNIESANDJUST --
$3.50 per year, and han it I lay mail each Thursday. Mail your
check, plus your mail address! tC' The REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
Islander, Anna Maria. Florida.
HAVE IT... The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE .
Shirley and John DuytsciaverAPRIL

mint Floors: Mowing cleaned edfioc sad polish trim FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND

ed Windows washed sad oiled

.. ... Prompt sad efficient senips VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021 SALE DAYS
Rsssoasbls rates references: far.
niihed. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894


FIRE after EXTINGUISHER 4:30. Ssles & Serr- MOSIACS EI: PLASTIC COATED HANGERSRUSTPROOF

ice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept .. .SO EASY TO DO
Frank Beard. 778.1431.
Set consists of 5 attractive -

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As a service hangers. Won't
to omr readers, 5 by 7 enlargements stain or harm delicate
of say picture appearing ia The Is- fabrics. Asstd. colors.
laader are available at$1.25 each.


EXTRA HELP: One man needed for

two to three weeks' work starting WIDE SELECTION SUBJECTS-. ) ; :r::
April 16. City of Ann_laria. SET OF FIVE

FOR SAIL: Sailing catamaran. Low SALE PRICE ...
mileage. Fiberglass pontoons. La- d

teen riSe New Johnson Motor. Tel. / j ..............................................................
778-2391. $950. Cood Condition.

aG LIGHTWEIGHT GARDEN
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded %

high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto 778.1020 .
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shopping center and walkwayto _c u. .0.....................-..... SHOVELHollow
Calf. Each lot 57fc) _
ft. front '
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor by' 0.:::.::;.:: .:::::?::\:. backnew slightly smaller -

homes. Will sell separately. : ':. :..:.: :.: size for ladies. Lightweight,
Phone owner at 7781619. The Best long handle. Round point style.

Made by True Temper.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment with all-electric kitchen InsuranceAlways While Supply Lasts -
and tile bath. Annual basis,' $65
I
per month plus utilities. 7781696. vtq t) Regular V
1.98SALE
:a
ALTERATIONS em aH kind of els*,
.... Diisaaiitlin On,... Pbos* PRICE
Mrs. Frank Beard. 778145LFOR.SALE Costs Less
;;gtV1CC Dobbe's island Hardware

: 2 Large Holmes Beach Holmes koch 77H697 & Marine SupplyIf I
Lots with plenty of trees. Near
Of77M54S it's General Hardware or Housewares er Garden Supplies, we have it- ,
Shopping Center sad zoned for
or will get it for you 778-2811
Dsplexes. $2.500 each, terms.
can 778-1010, Walter S. Hsrdia AUTHORIZED DEALER: Larson Boats, Scott & Evinrud

Realty Co., lac., Realtors. YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY Motors, Murray Trailers.pa .

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