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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: May 3, 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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No. 547 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1962 TEN CENTS

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NAMES OF ALL CANDIDATESIN MODEL PLANE CONTEST SPECIAL HOLMES BEACH t

MAY 8TH PRIMARIES Because of the active interest in ZONING MEETING MAY 15

,L Attention of Island voters is call- building and flying model planes by At Tuesday evening's meeting of

- ed to the party primaries, which many young Islanders,a contest for the Holmes Beach Board of Alder-
will take place Tuesday May 8. the model builders has been plan- sche-
men, a special meeting was
Polls will be open from 7 a.m.lo ned.The duled for Tuesday evening,May 15.
7 p.m.at the Anna Maria Community competition will be sponsored The only subject to be consideredat

Hall(Precinct 14); Bradenton jointly by Charters,Inc. ,the Island the special meeting will be the

Beach Fire House (Precinct 23); the C Hobby Shop, and THE ISLANDER. three proposed new classificationsfor
Fire Station Precinct 1L33 Bonds will be
Longboat Key ( Savings presented to commercial zoning.A .
27),and the Holmes Beach City Office winners in six classifications by classifi-
rough draft of the new
(Precinct 28). Charters, Inc.; trophies to each of
cations was read at the meeting by
Following are the names which the winners by THE ISLANDER, and Alderman F. Bouvard Shell, chair-
will appear on the official ballot: suitable prizes to each of the six by
man of theboard's zoning committee. -
(DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES) the Hobby Shop. .
Each of three classifications will
For United States Senator
"- be open to boys between 14 and 18, entrant,and all planes will be Judged -
Roger L. Davis and three for under 14.Class I
boys on workmanship, and for the
HIGHWAY PATROL CERTIFICATE being presented Holmes Beach
A. Smath.rs
George Mayor Carl F. Scott by Trooper Mike Lowman of the Florida Highway will be for flying model kit planes; flying models, flight characteristics -
Douglas Randolph Voorhs Patrol. The certificate is awarded in recognition of a year ((1961) free Class U for non-flying models, and also will be considered.

For Railroad and Public Utilities of traffic fatalities In the city. Other officers in picture are (left) Sgt.G. Class m for flying models of origi- Details about registering for the

Commissioner (Group 1)) ., W. "Whitey" K nut s en of the Highway Patrol, and Deputy Sheriff nal design. contest will be published in THE
Paul Ford of Holmes Beach.. (Islander Photo) Workmanship must be that of the ISLANDER next week.
Bob Johnson
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Wilbur William C.John King Mason HIGH TWELVE CLUB ISLAND EXCHANGE CLUB AMI POWER SQUADRON WOOD EROSION REPORT

DUE NEXT WEEKA
For Railroad and Public Utilities Mrs. Clyde Phelps will be the At last week's meeting of the Island DINNER MEETINGThe

Commissioner (Group 2)) speaker at the regular meeting Exchange Club, club president bi-monthly dinner meetingof report on a survey of Gulf

Jim Blanton of the Island High Twelve Club, Hollie C.Ellis and Louis Mack were the Anna Maria Island Power beach erosion will be made to

Charl.s L. Carter to be held at the Gulf Terrace elected to be delegates to the 40th Squadron will be served at the Bra- the Manatee County Commissionat

Jerry W. Carter Restaurant at noon, Wednesday, Annual Convention of the Florida denton Cabana Restaurant, 222 12th a special meetingon Wednes-

Jim FairGeorge May 9. Mrs. Phelps will talk on State Exchange Clubs at St. Peters- Street West, at 7 p.m. Thursday, day.
On.tt the history and the early days burg, May 10-13. Alternates chosen May 3. A social hour will precede Sydney Makepeace Wood of
of the Island. were Dr. Stephen A. Walker and the dinner. Members, wives and Groveland, well known erosion

For State Senator, 36th Senator. .The club's Charter Night Ban- John C. Myers.A guests will be welcome, but reservations expert, will make the report,

ial District quet will be held at the Gulf Ter- resolution was adopted that the must be made with Lt. based on a survey of all Gulf

Lee H. (Dixie Lee) Eggers race Monday evening, May 14, club assist in stimulating interest of Commander Percy Tindall. shore in the County.
Island residents in disaster procedure. Officers and
will I
delegates reportto The will include des-
Robert H. LivingstonEd with wives of members, and other report a
H. Price Jr. invited. There will bea .A committee was appointed to the membership on the Annual ignation of critical erosion ar-
guests undertake the project, with Dr.Wal- Spring Conference of District 22, recommendations for instal- J
cocktail hour before the din- eas;
For: M.m b.r, Board of County ker as chairman, and Myers and P. held at the Holiday Inn and Yacht I
lation of and
will be the stabilizing groins,
Commissioners, District No. 2 ner. Harry Varley C. VanRensselaer as members. Club April 13 and 14.
tabulation of design criteria and
available
speaker. Tickets are The of the club
William Bill Evers next meeting will
t Dan P. McClur. from officers of the club. take place at the Holmes Beach YOUTH CENTER BOTTLE typical structure design.
According to Wood, the report
Yacht Club at 7
Thursday, DRIVEA
For Member, Board of County ISLAND GARDEN CLUBE. 3.ALFRED. p.m. will not include detailed design

Commissioners, District No. 4 .S. "Bud" Reasoner of Reasoner's May bottle drive, sponsored the for a beach stabilization pro-
Island Youth Center for the benefitof
Elmer Bustle Tropical Nurseries spoke at Friday'smeetingof gram.
S. BLAIR the Little and Lea-
Ralph S. Clark Jr. the Island Garden Club, League Prep Wood was hired in Februaryby
Alfred Samuel Blair 93, of 301 gue baseball teams, will be carriedon the Commission
to
using as his subject, "Ornamental County
For Member Board of Public Instruction Horticulture." The speaker showed Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria, died Saturday, May 5, starting at.1 make a survey and recommendations -

District No. 1 many specimens of plants and shrubs Monday,April 30, after a long ill- p.m. for beach stabilization.He .
Mrs. J. P. Harll.e Jr. and told of the characteristics of ness.Born in Alvina, Wis., he mo- All Little Leaguers and Prep Lea- has been assisted in makingthe
Clarence M. Harrison Jr. each. ved to the Island in 1938.He oper- guers are asked to meet at the teen by County Engineer
ated a barber shop in Bradenton club at 1 p.m. and to help with the survey
Mrs. Clyde Phelps, who presided, John Benson.
(REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES) Beach for a number of years, and drive.
called on Hollie Ellis for a report of Cost of the Wood will
when he it up, he was the old- Householders are requested to have survey
For State Senator, 36th Senatorial the beautification committee. He gave
be $2,000 with half to be
one
beer and soda bottles
est man in business on the Island. pop, ready to
District told what work had been done on the
be picked up. Proceeds will be usedto paid by the County, S750 by the
Smyth D. Brohard street triangles, and what work was purchase equipment for both lea- Anna Maria Island Erosion Pre

Kent S. McKinleyDISTINGUISHED planned for the other Island spots. gues. vention District, and$250 by the
A large birthday cake was cut in
Any homes not reached Saturdaywill Town of Longboat Key.
ot-- .
observance of the birth day of Dr.
ISLAND be called on Sunday afternoon.
William ,
Gray.
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I A distinguished visitor to the Island Before visiting the Island, Sena-

last week was New York State Sen- tor and Mrs. Erwin spent some timein

ator Austin W. Erwin of Geneseo, Miami Beach,where he attendeda "" ,,,,,,,.'
who with Mrs. Erwin, spent a few meeting of a senate committee, .
days as guests of Mr.and Mrs.Dav- appointed to study Dade County's .

id Chase of Shell Drive, Mrs. Er- Metro charter and government, a -, -
win's brother and sister-in-law. form of government which may be

Holder of elective public 0 f f ice considered for future adoption in He had been a barber all his adult

continuously since 1910,Senator Erwin New York City or Buffalo. life, starting in Rush City, Minn. ,
has been a member of the New where he was in business for ten -I

'4 York State senior legislative body 4.J years. Later he managed a barber

since 1944 and since 1954 has been shop for the Minneapolis-St.Paul

chairman of the senate's finance '} Street Railway Co. for 24 years before -

committee, an especially important :' moving to Anna Maria.He also -
post in view of the state's bud- ; conducted a business in his own FLYERS OF TOMORROW are young Island aviators with flying model
4t- home until three planes. From left ares John Nlesman, Robert Powers, Ricky Da her, Robert
hundred years ago.
this of six
get year two billion ..e:'i --'. Carr, Dale Carlson, Russ Moore, Bob Meyer and Jim Beckett. (Islan,
million dollars.He '" He was a member of the Yeoman
der Photo)
says New York State is fiscally r I Lodge, Woodmen of America, and.
\ '- the Christian Science Church of
sound and a ----
operates on payasyougo -
basis,and that in four years Minneapolis. AJd ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
under Governor Nelson Rockefeller, .. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Olga
\ the state'! indebtedness has been SENATOR AUSTIN W. ERWIN Blair of Anna Maria; two brothers, Temperatures Water Rainfall

reduced by $85,000,COO. In addition to his many years of Norman Blair of Austin, Minn and 8am Noon 6pm High
Prior to being elected state senator public service, Senator Erwin has Elias Blair of\mezy,Wis., and several -
from the state's 53rd Senatorial carried an extensive private law nieces and nephews. Apr. 24--70 76 72 86 75 None

Districtwhich encompasses five practice for more than 50 years. Funeral services will take place at Apr. 25--72 80 74 86 76 NoneApr.2674

counties in the western part of the But he says the day is rapidly approaching -.Griffith-Cline Island Chapel at..2 82 72 84 77 None
state Senator Erwin served as justice when he will retire and p.m. Thursday. May 3, with the Apr. 27--70 80 74 86 77 None

of the peace,Livingston Coun he and Mrs. Erwin will spend their Rev. Richard K. Wiggins of Roser Apr. 28--13 84 78 86 78 None

Supervisor,chairman of the boardof winters in Florida, with the Island Memorial Community Church of Apr. 29--76 84 78 89 79 None

supervisors, school trustee and one of the places under consideration. ficiating. Burial will be in Mana- Apr. 30--72 85 77 88 80 None

district attorney. sota Memorial Park.




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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
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TELEPHONE 778-2021 Thur. 1015. a.m. 1.7 -.-----N-----.... 122 a.m. 0.2 5132 p.m.0.6
By THE EDITORAn 4 Fri. 12126 a.m. 1.0 11120 a.m. 1.8 1..9 a.m. 0." 6118 p.m.0.8
Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL example of wasted time 1deffortPassage 5 Sat. 1128 a.m. 0.9 111..9 a.m. 1.9 5:14 a.m. 0.6 710. p.m.0.8

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL -- 0 by the City of An- 6 Sun. 2136 a.m. 0.8 12122 p.m. 2.0 513. a.m. 0.7 7151 p.m.0.8
.... 7 Mon. 4:21 a.m. 0.8 12159 p.m. 1.9 51..0 a.m. 0.7 81..1 p.m.0.1
Mall Addrcssi Anna Maria, Florida "0 na Maria of an ordinance prohibiting 8 Tue. -------NN.-N-... 11..2 p.m. 1.8 .....---N......- 9135 p.m. 0.6
truck, trailer and boat trailer 9 Wed.N...... N-N-- 2133 p.m. 1.7 .....-..-....-- 10133 p.m.0.5
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Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In traffic on Spring Avenue, and then 10 Thur. -- 3138 p.m. 1.5 N--N---N--- 11132 p.m. 0.4NM.NNNNN
advance-Canada, $5.00 pr year. neglecting to erect signs to warn 11 Fri. 8138 a.m. 0.9 158 p.m. 1." 10151 a.m. 0.9 ... J
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for users. Street being used as much as 12 Sat. 8150 a.m. 1.0 612. p.m. 1.2 12128 a.m.0.3 12128 p.m. 0.7
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. ever by trucks and trailers. 13 Sun. 9:00 a.m. 1.1 71..2 p.m. 1.1 1117 a.m.0.2 11..3 p.m. 0.5
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. 14 Mon. 9112 a.m. 1.2 8151 p.m. 1.1 1158 a.m.0.1 2:0i0 p.m. 0.3
the nice 15 Tue. 9128 a.m. 1.4 9150 p.m. 1.0 2133 a.m. 0.1 3127 p.m. 0.1
Why no flag flying over
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn sub-station in Holmes 16 Wed. 91.(6 a.m. 1.5 101..1 p.m. 1.0 310. a.m. 0.2 :07 p.m.0.2
new postal 17 Thur. 10:07 a.m. 1.6 11128 p.m. 1.0 3:31 a.m. 0.3 ":(6 p.m.0.3
Independent weekly published every Thursday by Beach? Not part of the U. S.? 18 Fri. 10129 a.m. 1.8 -.-..-....-..... 3:57 a.m. 0.5 5123 p.m.0.5
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida 19 Sat. 12:13 a.m. 0.9 1015. a.m. 1.9 :19 a.m. 0.6 6:02 p.m.0.6
I Some residents of Anna Maria City 20 Sun. 1102 a.m. 0.9 11122 a.m. 2.0 :38 a.m. 0.7 63 p.m.0.7
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. very unhappy because the Island 21 Mon. 1156 a.m. 0.8 11155 a.m. 2.1 ":51 a.m. 0.7 7:29 p.m.0.8
Sanitation Service no longer has a 22 Tue. 3:02 a.m. 0.8 12:33 p.m. 2.1 ":"7 a.m. 0.7 8118 p.m. 0.8
place in Anna Maria where bills can 23 Wed. ----------- 1117 p.m. 2.1 -.-.--------- 9:13 p.m.0.8
Thur. ... 2 10 1.9 10110
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paid. 25 Fri. -.....--...-.... 3:15 p.m. 1.7 ---N-------------- 11:08 p.m.0.6
EDITORIALS Seemstobedefinitethat the Cou- 26 Sat. 7156 a.m. 1.1 4:39 p.m. 1.5 10lSO a.m. 1.0 .....---...-.-.-
nty Commission has been dickeringfor 27 Sun. 8:07 a.m. 1.2 6115 p.m. 1.3 12:05 a.m.0.4 12:32 p.m. 0.8
28 Mon. 8:26 a.m. 1.4 7119 p.m. 1.1 12:56 a.m.0.2 1154 p.m. 0."
A TIME TO LARVICIDEWith a settlement on the disputed area 29 Tue. 8:50 a.m. 1.6 9:17 p.m. 1.0 12 a.m. 0.0 3:00 p.m. 0.1
at the South End of the Island. But 30 Wed. 9:17 a.m. 1.7 101 p.m. 1.0 2:23 a.m. 0.2 3155 p.m.0.2
summer nearly here, the time has come to spend a little why are the Commissioners so coy 31 Thur. 9:46 a.m. 1.9 12:00 Mid. 1.0 2:59 a.m. 0.5 ":"5 p.m.0.5
time-and money--organizing for the annual fight against the mos- about saying so? For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide reading
and odd one hour, six minute to low tide reading.
quito.The Had a caller a few days back who .
combined efforts. of the Manatee County Anti-Mosquito answers to the name of John Holmesnot

I District, the Island Chamber of Commerce Mosquito Control Com- -- John Holmes the alderman, Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes '
mittee, the three Island cities, and hundreds of seasonal and nor John Holmes the building supply
year around residents have helped to make the mosquito problemless merchant,but John Holmes of Man-
formidable each year. atee Federal Savings and Loan Asso 24 HOURAmbulance

Land development has helped in many cases to eliminate large cia tion--com plete with oxford grey

areas of mosquito-breeding marshland, and one of the very signi- suit--and we were* impressed* Service
ficant areas thus improved by dredging and other development is
Prediction: That there will be fire-
, the basin between Key Royale and the Island. works at the Bradenton Beach Coun-
Formanyyears that area consisted largely of tidewater marsh, cil meeting, with some surprises in Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON
I with much of it just about ideal for the breeding of mosquitoes.When store for some members the new- 742-1011
the basin between the two islands was deepened and flooded organized Bradenton Beach Citi- -
hundreds of acres of former mosquito territory were made uninhabitable zens League for Better Government.
for the pest.TheCountyorganization. Further prediction: That after the '
mentioned above has greatly assistedin meeting, membership in BBCLfBG FOODLINER

getting rid of mosquitoes by fogging, by providing fogging mat- will thin out noticeably.
erials, and by ditching and draining swampy areas. i QUALITY AND VARIETYHIGH
all the Island
to
Butone of the most important factors in the never-ending fightis Congratulations GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS
drivers who contributed to the good
the larviciding program instituted several years ago by the Island DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS
accident record of the Island cities,
Chamber of Commerce. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
thus making it possible for safety
Carried on since its beginning entirely through voluntary con- awards to be made to the mayors of -

tributions, and to a large extent with volunteer labor, the larvi- the three cities. With Every Purchase We Now Give
ciding program is not an expensive one..especially in view of its : \
Mr.
Welcome and Mrs. Bill
to
excellent results-but it is a program, which to be effective,must PIONEER SAVING STAMPS '
Hamilton and his fellow membersof
be a continuing effort.
the Central Indiana Boat Club
,
AlDobbe, chairman of the chamber's mosquito control committee SEE OUR WEEKLY CIRCULAR!
who arrived at S. S. White Sands
has estimated the season's cost for labor, material, insur- Sunday with eight power boats they Stamp books and catalogs of hundreds of items
and of truck which will be used
ance, operation a county-owned ,
trailed all the way from Indianapolis ready for at our store
as slightly more than $1,000, and for the first time in four years, for a week's boating in Island you
the committee is actively seeking contributions.The waters. More about this unusual THE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICESERNIE
committee has asked that checks be made payable to the group next week--with pictures. CAGNINA, Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925
"Anna Maria Island Anti-Mosquito Fund," and either given to a
member of the chamber, or mailed or given to C. E. Brewer at the
Island Bank, who has agreed to handle the contributions. All receipts
will be deposited in the chamber's separate "mosquito N tU9 AUTO PAINTING
control fund" account, all of which will be used on the Island, 1 U

and for no other purpose than to fight mosquitoes! Any amountin \1'S 1\r.\t BAKE ON PAINT
excess of the sum necessary to carry on this season's program .

will be carried over for next year, and all contributionsregardless -
of amount-will be very welcome.
Let's make it a one hundred per cent effort by all Islanders FORDify your present Ford = ODY' REPAIR

and let's do it now!

with the kind of service
EXPERT WORK

VOTEMAY8 that retains the driving By

pleasure and reliability I
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With party primary elections scheduled for Tuesday, May 8, built into COMPETENT MEN
Island voters will have an opportunity to help select candidatesfor
the general election in November. every new

Although the primary election will be principally a Democratic Ask For Estimate I
show because of the much greater number of candidates on the

Congressional, State, Legislative and County levels-the Repub-
licans will have one choice to make-a choice of candidates to
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oppose the Democratic choice for candidate for State Senator in
the 36th senatorial district. I

Occasionally one hears the statement that one person's vote FOR PAINTING AND BODY REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES-- j
makes little or no difference in the outcome of an election. Notso
About four years ago, a candidate for the Bradenton Beach City CALL LARRY PALUMBO, BODY SHOP MANAGER f

Council won the election by only one vote! FOR MOTOR TUNE UP (WE FORDify YOUR FORD)-- '
And on the County level, Commissioner Elmer Bustle, in his
firstbid for public office in 1958, won the party nomination in the --. CALL BOB SULLIVAN, SERVICE MANAGERWORLD'S .,-

primary defeating Ralph Clark by the very narrow margin of on-
ly two votes! FINEST FORD SERVICE

More recently, an Arizona congressman, if our memory serves,
won election by a one-vote margin. So no voter should feel that
his or her vote makes no difference in the outcome of any elec-
BILL COOK FORD CO.
tion. Each one counts, and often can change the outcome.

And with the election so near, each voter should stop to reflect
on whether or not he is doing his duty as a citizen. We have been

taught that each American has an inherited right to vote, but on OPEN EVENINGS
the other hand, it has not been stressed to so great a degree that (!
voting by every eligible citizen is a civic duty and responsibility, 2000 Ninth St.W TILL 9 P.M. Phon' 744-3651 !
as well as a privilege. Let's vote!



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Thursday May 3, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3 J 11 I

COUNTY STATE SENATE Construction and Used Auto Parts ?r, It

CANDIDATES IN DEMOCRATIC Co. and is a member of the Oneco-
ib Tallavast Fire Control Department.
PRIMARY TUESDAY MAY 8
,
Livingston, 33, was born in Ed-
Following brief graphics few ,H9r wardsville, Ind. attended Clear- -
of the candidates for Manatee water public schools and moved to I
County offices in the May 8 Oneco in 1950 from Oldsmar. J lAi t
pemocratic Primary as well as He served in the U. S. Air Force aR
those of the three Democratic for three years, two of them in the \ I

candidates for the 36th District 3 Korean War.
State Senate seat now held by He contends the 36th District is royl
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Senator Ed H. Price Jr. of Bra- not properly represented in Tallahassee ; ztiYILLIAM 4
denton. because incumbent Ed Price

Island voting will be from 7 Jr. is "servinghis own political as- i i
' ED H. PRICE JR. pirationswith an eye on the governor's A. EVERS DAN McCLUREDan }
the
: a.m. to 7 p.m. at Anna Maria
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,' Hall Holmes Beach chair.
Community ,
Incumbent Democrat Ed H. Price
City Office, Bradenton Beach Jr. seeks a second four-year term William A. Evers makes his first McClure, 36-year-old Man-
Fire House and Longboat Key for the state Senate seat from the political bid in seeking Democratic atee County native, is seeking De-
Fire Station. 36th District. nomination for the District, Man- mocratic nomination as county
",-\>:n .._-A..h.;. ;""' /, :,,' 4If. atee County Commission post. commissioner from District 2.
< Price,44,has been executive vice
Vl'Fg; Ya, president of Tropicana Products Evers an 18-year resident of the McClure is engaged with his fatherin

.,.'""..:? Inc. in Bradenton since 1955. He county, is charter president of the farming, cattle and citrus. He is
'=t: Manatee County Young Democrats an officer and director of the county
iM was born in Jacksonville and educa-
1N Club. farm bureau and in 1959 the
was
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q1P : YL, ?' ted at the University of Florida.He .
:)' : f., ?k'Nr served in the U. S. Army and He recently resigned as a Manatee first recipient of the Bradenton Jay-

.. ra Y Air Force during World War II. County sheriff's deputy after two cee award to the"outstanding young
nva years'service. He previously work- farmer" in the county.
Following the 1959 legislative ses-
a3a ed for the Florida Highway Patrol. McClure was graduated from Pal-
sion,he won the Allen Morris Awardas
..a Evers, 27, recently was appointed metto High School and the Univer-
the "outstanding freshman senator ELMER BUSTLE
? .NHe special assistant to Secretary of sity of Florida. He is a World WarII

strongly advocates revision of Democrat Elmer Bustle, 58,seeksa State Tom Adams and, as part of Navy veteran.He .
that job, directed this area's advocates a "businessman's
the state constitution, and "home second four-year term as Manatee Jay- approach -
rule at the grass roots level. He County's District 4 commissioner.He cee voter registration drive. to economy in county gov-
He attended Florida State Univ- ernment" and calls for better roads
"I believe that Manatee
LEE H. EGGERSLee supports reapportionment to effect says
more equitable representation in County has the greatest future pos- ersity and is a graduate of the Flor- and "common sense" in Manatee
H. Eggers, proprietor of the state sibilities of any county in Florida, ida Highway Patrol School of the zoning laws. He endorses the Man-
Dixie Lee Bar and Package Store in government. and I want to continue to be a partin university.He atee River Dam project and county

Sarasota, is seeking the Democratic '/..-"..... ,.. the building of that future." believes the office of county beautification.
nomination as state senator from the : Before his election to the commis- commissioner belongs to the peopleand
36th District. sion he was an appointed member should serve the people. (Continued on Page 4))

Eggers previously sought public office the Manatee County School Board -
when he unsuccessfully ran for and for three years he has represented DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Sarasota County commission in the Manatee County on the West The FOR
1960 primary. t/ Coast Inland Navigation District All-Modern Gulf Park MOBILE HOMES
Eggers, 54, moved to Sarasota in board and is its treasurer. .
: Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers 53'
1941 from Pittsburgh. During World Bustle was born in Ochlocknee, up to
War II he served as a civilian instructor Ga.and moved to Manatee Countyin Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH

for the U. S. Army Signal 1931.He formerly was in the citrus -
Corps.He canning business.
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Eggers says he wants to correct"the first term.
ROBERT H. LIVINGSTON
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.DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES... He served as deputy tax assessor in REPUBLICAN STATE SENATE REAL ESTATE SALES 1, 2, 3 and part of lot 4, Cobb's
rl the County from 1954 to 1959, and
Subdivision 56th and Gulf
Street
(Continued from Page 3)) now is manager of SchroederManatee CANDIDATES John B.Prothero of Holmes Beach ,
Drive, from Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Co., Inc. of Palmetto. registered real estate broker has
Jennings and Mr.and Mrs.Glenn A.
Harrison,42, was born in Palmet- announced the following sales of
Reddaway of Ypsilanti, Mich.
toandgraduated from Bradenton lots in Holmes Beach: Mr. and Mrs. .

High School. He attended the University John B.Duytschaver have purchased
The Rev.Michael Bablitch of Gil-
of Florida and graduatedfrom a lot at 515 59th Street from GeorgeJ.
lett, Wis. has purchased Lot 4 of
Stewart Institute of Technol- Seaman and
a
are building per-
Block 27, Jones Subdivision, from

ogy.Harrison manent home there. Mr.and Mrs.Philip J. Ceconi, with
pledges support for a bro- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trudeau have
::/ .
< Ruth Mahar Realtor, and John B.
adened sales tax and is opposed to purchased a lot at 504 58th Street
%: Prothero negotiating the sale.
future bond issues by the board. He from Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Giles,
'
r1Air The Rev. George J. Zander of Ft.
supports physical fitness programsat as a site for a permanent home.
Atkinson Wis. has purchased Lot 3,
every age level and promises to Dr. and Mrs. Karl W. Stenstrom
...... -._ n_,. work for and Block 27, Jones Subdivision, from
-T'T-' 1 improvement expansion SMYTH: D. BROHARD have purchased Lot 2, Key Royale Mr. and Mrs. Harry Varley. The
RALPH CLARKRalph of Manatee Junior College. first division from Inc.
Key Royale .
sale made Ruth Mahar Real-
Venice Mayor Smyth D. Brohardis was by
and have started building anew
the nomina- tor.
seeking Republican
Clark, two term Manatee home.
tion for state senator from the 36th .
County commissioner from 1950 to Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schelter of
1958 running for the Democratic District. Brohard lost in the 1954 Fort Lauderdale have purchased lots Henry R. Stephens of Tucker Ga.

nomination from District 4.He pro- primary for the same post. .has purchased Lot 16,Block 18,An-

mises to "do away with the secret Brohard, 54, was a Venice city NEWS is making his third try for na Maria Beach Subdivision loca-

meetings the commissioners now councilman for 13 years before his public office in seeking nominationfor cated on Pine Avenue from Fred

have." election as mayor in 1959 and againin the 36th District state senate Bierhance.The sale was negotiatedby

He lost the 1958 primary by two 1961. post. Gertrude Blassingame and Ralph
votes to incumbent Elmer Bustle. .f He operates Smitty's Tavern and McKinley 63, lost to Democrat Parrish, Anna Maria Realtors.
the Beefeaters Room in Venice and James Haley in the 1952 Congres-
Clark 42, engaged in real estate -
sales and truck farming. He Beefeaters Rooms in Fort Myers and sional race, and to Democrat Joe LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMENThe
Sarasota.He Bill Rood in the
1954 state senate
moved Manatee in 1926
to County United Lutheran Church Wo-
and is a graduate of Bradenton High was a high school teacher and race. men of Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth-

School.He Mrs. J. P. Harllee Jr. of Palmettois principal in Colton, Ohio and opera He was born in Adams,N. Y. ,attended eran Church will meet Thursday
ted a restaurant in St. Peters- schools in
promises, if elected, to con- seeking the Democratic nomina- public Buffalo May 3, as follows: Morning Circle
duct "the public's business: out in tion to the District 1 seat on the burg before moving to Venice in and graduated from Dartmouth Col- at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Edward -

the open and not in that little ante Manatee County School Board held 1941. lege. Swartz, Key Royale Drive,
Brohard he is with He and Mrs. foundedthe
"disgusted"
room where no one can see or hearwhat's by her husband until his death in says McKinley Holmes Beach; Afternoon Circle at
the representation given the 36th NEWS in 1954.
going on. December. 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Walter -
District by incumbent Ed Price Jr. he
entered the
A former teacher who still holdsa McKinley says race Hiltbrand 1707 9th St., Palm-,
He feels his experience as a city of- to contribute toward bringing the
state teaching certificate, Mrs. etto; and the Evening Circle at 8
ficial in Venice makes him -
"capable into
: Harllee is a member of the Mana- two-party system state govern- p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ralph
of doing the job. ment. Only then, he "can the
tee Junior College Advisory Board. says Kleinbeck, North Shore Drive, An-
residents attain the efficientand
hope to
She is a partner in Harllee Farms. na Maria.
Mrs. Harllee was born in West progressive government they

Point Miss. and moved to Mana- seek,free of the corruption and pol- Subscribe to THE ISLANDER--

tee County in 1931. She graduatedfrom \ itical back-scratching a one-party Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for

the University of Alabama. "Y< system always begets." only S3.50 per year.

She the first of the :". .
was president
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Palmetto High School ParentTeacher -. ) > -t:..i ZENITH FM STEREO '

Association.Mrs. ro J )
NOW IN STOCK
.
-N Harllee says, "For 30 yearsI tt :
;
have invested much of my time :;'J COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATIONOR

CLARENCE M. HARRISON and interest in the schools here as a .,..'.'.'/ CALL FOR A HOME DEMONSTRATION

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Democrat Clarence M. Harrisonof member of the Junior College advisory :.... ISLAND TV

Palmetto appointed to the Man- boa r d...I will use my best
KENT S. MC KINLEY
atee County School Board in Dec- judgment in considering and help-

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CHURCHESHARVEY EPSILON ALPHA MEETING ST. BERNARD GUILD .

I MEMORIAL CHUICHNoI.o..o.r.tioaal ELECTS OFFICERSAt
( ) Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig
a recent meeting of St. Bern
Bradenton Beach ma Phi Sorority met recently at the
Rev. A. W. SIMMS ardGuildat the Annie Silver Com-
home of Mrs.John VanOstenbridge.
munity Hall, officers were electedto
SUNDAY The on the subject of
elm program
; serve for the next and installed -
year
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. "Literature," was presented by Mrs.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. ;< by the Rev. Francis Wels-
'. -k J":: :..' Norma Torgeson.She read excerptsof miller.
j JI' and by several well
prose poetry
BERNARD MISSION I known authors. They are:Mrs.Phillip Hauenstein,
Priest: REV. FRA." CIS: f. WEILSMILLLR president; Mrs. Louis Comio, vice
Among the future sorority events
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. announced were the following: Organization president;Mrs. John Carson, secre-
WEEKDAYS: 8:00.a.m.. of a bowling league of tary;and Mrs.James Sipolski, trea-
HOLY DAYS 8:00 and 6:00 E' surer.
: a.m. p.m.I
all chapters in Beta Sigma Phi city
WEDNESDAYS: Mrs. Angelo Minichiello, the retiring -
,
council in September a Civil Defense -
;
7:30 and Benediction. ..
p.m. Rosary :;> president,was presented a giftas
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meeting to be attended by the
A NEW TWIST. Some of the younger set noylng| done session I atop a memento of her service to the
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL the County Beach pavilion on a recent Sunday afternoon. (Islander Photo) chapter on Monday evening,May 7; organization.St. .
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor the State Beta Sigma Phi Conven-
Jude Circle was host group for .
-
tion which will be held
THURSDAY: EPISCOPAL SUMMER MRS. MARY A. WETZELMrs. May 27- the meeting.
3:00 p.m. Jr. C.A. and Sunbeams. 29 at the Cherry Plaza Hotel in Orlando -
FRIDAY: PROGRAMThe Mary Anna Wetzel, 75, of ; the Founder's Day dinner- !
5:00 Vota Vita Class-775 2306 Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, WEAVER SERVICES
p.m. Episcopal Church of the An- dance at the Bradenton Country Club
North Shore Drive. nunciation will begin its summer died Friday, April 27. Saturday evening, May 5; the Bay Private graveside services at Man-

SUNDAY: schedule Sunday May 3,as follows: A native of Slinger, Wis., Mrs. Area luncheon at the Kapok Tree asota Memorial Park were held for

11:00 9:45 a.m.a.m. Sunday Worship School.Service. 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:15 a.m. moved to the Island from McHenry, Inn, Saturday, May 12, and the Else Anne Weaver, infant daughterof
Eucharist and Ill three years ago after having visited Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Weaverof
5:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. Family Sermon, and luncheon of all Bradenton and Sara-
Worship Service. here for 15 winters. 212 77th Street, Holmes Beach,
6:30 p.m. Church School. sota chapters, Saturday, May 19.
MONDAY: She was a member of the Christian Installation of chapter officers will Wednesday, April 25.Surviving, in

6:30 p.m. R.A. MRS. KATHERINE F. LEWIS Science Church of McHenry. take place at the home of Mrs. Tor- addition to her parents,are a sister,

7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. Mrs.Katherine Farrer Lewis, a sis- Survivors are a daughter, Shirley geson this week. Sara; four brothers, Charles, Scott,

TUESDAY: ter of Mrs. Henry K. (Ann) Duff of Christiansen of Bradenton Beach; ason Members present at the meetingwere James and Timothy; her paternal
4:00 Intermediate G.A.
p.m. grandfather,Dr. John C. Weaver of
7:30 p.m. W.M.U. Circle 1. 105 79th Street,Holmes Beach, died ,Jarvis Wetzel of McHenry; two Mrs.VanOstenbridge, Mrs. F.
WEDNESDAY: Saturday afternoon,April 28,at the sisters, Mrs. Anna Rose Lutter of ,B. Shell, Mrs. Torgeson, Mrs. C. Atlanta, and her maternal grand-
9:45 a.m. W.M.U. Circle 2. Glen Gardner Sanitarium,Glen Gar- Chicago and Mrs. Clara Girardi of E. Brewer, Mrs. George Norwood, father, Charles B. Sherman of Saratoga -

7:30 p.m. Church Business Meet- dner, N. J. ,Napa Valley,Cal.; five grandchildren Mrs. Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr. and Springs, N. Y.
ing and Prayer Meeting. Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was
and one greatgrandchild.Private
Mrs. Lewis was a school teacher, Mrs. Fran Maxon.
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. funeral services were held in charge of arrangements.THE .
and had spent summer and other va-

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH cations on the Island for mapy years. Saturday. Toale Brothers Chapel. ,

(Non-Denominational I) She was to have retired at the end
Your best news coverage of Island ,r FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINFIn
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor of the school year. affairs The Islander. a Romantic. Provincial French
Besides Mrs. Duff, she leaves a Atmospherefflfimttolmr
THURSDAY:
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FRIDAY: Intermediate Retreat. Green, N. J., and two nieces. PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
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NOTED COLUMNIST GUEST AT NOMAD MOTEL
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP"Has
,
Anxiety Become Normal," f

is the title of the sermon to be IM:' ,

read by Dr. Henry F. James at a

meeting of the Manatee Unitar-

ian-Universalist! Fellowship on

Sunday, May 6. The sermon was
delivered by the Rev. Steven H.

Fritchman of the First Unitarian aji
'- a .
Church of Los Angeles, Cal. I I9"
*
The Fellowship held its ann-
Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Paul St. Laurent at the Nomad - _.. '_
ual meeting recently at the homeof
Motel are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. FitzGerald of Montreal where Mayor Victor Reinel of Bradenton Beach presenting a Civil Air Patrol
Mr.! and Mrs. Albert Becker.
"Fitz" is a well known and widely read columnist on THE GAZETTE.In Certificate of Proficiency to Cadet Lt. Carl Duncan of Holmes Beach
New by-laws were adopted and the above picture he is nearest to the camera as the FitzGer- a member of the Anna Maria Island Civil Air Patrol Squadron. At Rei-

the following officers elected: alds and Mr. and Mrs. St. Laurent embark for a picnic and outing nel's left is Capt. Jim Templin squadron commander. Certificate to

John L. Kling, president; Dr. aboard the good ship NOMAD. Others left to right, are Mrs. St. lau- Duncan was given for special aptitude in squadron training activities.

Robert H. Gervais, vice presi- rent, Mrs. FitzGerald and St. Laurent. (Islander Photo) ____ _
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dent; Mrs. Florence Wilt, secre- Fitz' column, "On And Off The Record," has been a daily featurein

tary; Albert E. Becker, treasurer THE GAZETTE for more than 13 years, and in it he has scored many

and Mrs. Herbert Boyd and scoops. In addition to his duties as columnist Fitz holds the positionsof

Dr. James, council members. Photo and Feature Editor, and Travel and Resort Editor. Etea

Not content with his many newspaper chores, he appears on Cana-
dian Television weekly on a current events program, and also does a
LEGAL NOTICE daily news broadcast for the Canadians who are wintering in this area r

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO over Tampa Radio Station WFLA from late December through April. DAN
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMEThe For next season he hopes to extend the radio program so it is carriedon

undersigned do.. hereby certify a Florida east coast station in addition to the Tampa station. _
that he is conducting a general insurance he the luncheon of the
business under the fictitious name Tuesday, was guest speaker at a meeting MCCLUREW
of BAY AREA INSURANCE at bland Bradenton Kiwanis Club.
Shopping Center Holmes Beach, Florida,I II !
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r and that said firm is composed of the __
following person whose name and placeof

residence F. David is as Boozer follows] I I : I : I liii'I'
527 75th Street DU I 1 n'TY!i !
Holmes Beach, Florida
CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT 2
Ownership of BAY AREA INSURANCEis DEMOCRATIC
as follows F. David Boozer-100%.
It is my intention to apply to the Clerkof GOOD GOVERNMENT DEPENDS UPON QUALIFIED
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee MAKES THE DIFFERENCEWater
County, Florida, to register the said LEADERSHIP-DAN McCLURE IS QUALIFIED BY--
name of BAY AREA INSURANCE under
the provisions of Chapter 865.09 Lawsof
Florida, Acts of 1959. '
1962.Witness my hand this 27th day of April, may look and taste the same, but oftenit t EDUCATION

F. DAVID BOOZER can be unfit for human consumption. That is ,
OwnerDaniel Business Administration graduate of
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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
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FOR SAtE INSURANCE COMPANYSince

GENERAL MASONRY 1897 I
Protect Your Real tstate investment
t 526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541

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BEAUTIFUL ISLAND CEDARSONLY

WILLIAM R. KERMODE FIVE LOTS LEFT: 85 Foot LOT ON THE CANAL
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ANNA MARIA 778-2557 FOR LESS THAN $3OOO..WITH TREESI! A REAL HOME

SITE!

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778-2663 ISLAND REALTYHOLMES RENTALS: GULF FRONT FROM $50 A WEEK; OTHERSAS

BEACH SHOPPING CENTER LOW AS $85 MONTHLY ON THE BAYSIDE, FOR

HERE IT IS: A TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, CANAL THE SUMMER SEASON.
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FRONTHOMEINONE OF THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODSIN Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

Look For These Signs HOLMES BEACH. HAS BOAT DOCK, UTILITY I Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER

ROOM, SCREENED PORCH, CLOSED GARAGE, FURN J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778.2156

NEED WORK? ISHED. PRICED AWAY BELOW MARKET VALUE AT Anna Maria, FloridaJACK'S
ISLAND LAUNDRY AND DRY

.CLEANING BUSINESS FOR ONLY $16,000. TERMS AVAILABLE.P. BARGAINS...
SALE. EXCEPTIONALLY
0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
GOOD YEAR INCOME.
AROUND LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS LOTS
$10,000 Required. Balance
on
GOOD TERMS. EXPERIENCEDHELP An Ideal Retirement Home FOUR LOTS ADJOINING PUBLIC BEACH, Zoned For

WILL STAY. DUPLEX APARTMENTS. ALL FOR $11,000! TERMSI!
PLEASANT, SUNNY, PARTLY FURNISHED THREE-
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8-UNIT MOTEL AND LARGE YEAR-OLD HOME ON CORNER LOT IN HOLMES BEACH.
TWO BEDROOM HOME ON FIVE LOTS, FACING GULF DRIVE IN HOLMES BEACH
SARASOTA BAY. Show exceptionally TWO BEDROOMS, TUB-SHOWER BATH, LIVING ROOM,
ZONED DUPLEX-.QNLY $8,2501!
good Income. Room for DINING AREA, SCREENED PORCH, ELECTRIC KIT-

expansion. PRICE $75,000, CHEN, UTILITY ROOM, CARPORT, PANELRAY GAS LOT SPECIALBUY
$15,000 Down-Easy Terms.
THIS 75 X 100 LOT ON 68TH, CLOSE TO GULF, WITH
HEAT. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT I ONLY16000.
PALMS AND CEDARS, ZONED FOR SINGLE OR DUPLEX,
TWO BEDROOM HOME, ONLY
FOR ONLY $2,800.$300 CASH, AND $25 PER MONTH.
TWO YEARS OLD. IN HOLMES RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
BEACH. FULL TILE BATH.
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 LOTWITH GARAGE AND STORAGE BUILDING. BEAUTIFULBIG
Open beam ceilings, plenty ofcloset
TREES,. JUST A STEP FROM SHOPPING DISTRICT IN
Boat Dock. Nice
space.
Bargain $14,900FurnishedLOCATED ANNA MARIA. A REAL BUY AT ONLY $2,2001!
Neighborhood. ONLY $10,575.

BETWEEN GULF DRIVE & BEACH, NORTHOF JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
MARINA SITE ON SARASOTA
BAY-300 f.et on Paved Road, HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER-TWO BED I M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 77$-261.

and 300 feet on deep water. ROOMS, TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING ROOM, FLORIDA
ZONED COMMERCIALGOODfor
any type of business. Price ROOM, KITCHEN, CARPORT & UTILITY ROOM. BOTH NEAR GULF

$36OOo-Can be bought on time HOUSE AND FURNITURE IN NEW CONDITION.
for 29% Down.
DUPLEX--
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Home With Income
LARGE OFFICE BUILDINGIn Central Heat & Airconditioning _
COMMERCIAL ZONE. Excellent -
for Professional EACH APARTMENT HAS: TWO BEDROOMS, TILE BATH,
Location PLEASANT CB HOME ON WELL LANDSCAPED 114 by
Offices. Price $17,500.MARINAACCESSORY TERRAZZO FLOORS, CARPORT. COMPLETELY FUR-
114 LOT. LARGE LIVING I ROOM WITH FIREPLACE;
NISHED. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT AND ASSUME MORT-
TWO BEDROOMS; ONE AND A HALF CERAMIC TILED
SUPPLY GAGE. NO FINANCE CHARGES.
Business with Boat Storage BATHS;CENTRAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING;

Spaces and Retail Sales Shop. JOHN B. PROTHEROReal SCREENED BREEZEWAY. TWO CAR ENCLOSED GAR-
Excellent Opportunity for the
Right Party. Consult us for de Estate Sales Rentals AGE. ALSO, A TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT, ANDA

tails. Help will stay.BAY&CANAL. 116 list STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH SMALL EFFICIENCY APARTMENT FOR INCOME
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PURPOSES-ONLY $26,0001!

LOTS Large Canalfront HomeOWN ...................... .......................

90 x 100 SeawaJled I!
$3,500 CASH NICE CB DUPLEX, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
.. NEED LESS SPACE. WISH TO SELL THEIR
WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA

LARGE BAY FRONT LOT ATTRACTIVE, MODERN HOME WHICH HAS THREE AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
S.awall.d.$8,500
BEDROOMS, PLUS A DEN. LOVELY ENCLOSED PATIO FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

Holmes Beach Lots, Closeto WITH SWIMMING POOL, AND COVERED BOAT STORe FISHING PIER. TERMS: $9,000.$1,000 Down, $80 per

Shopping Center..$2,700 MONTH OR $8,500 CASH I
EACH AGE. IDEAL FOR FLORIDA LIVING. ,


JACK HOLMES Realtor
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LOT BUY OF THE WEEK HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
90 x 100 Canal Lot, S.a. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
BRANCH OFFICES
walled and Paved Street AVAILABLEAlso
77th Str..t, Holmes Beach Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
$3,500 Cash BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges .

O. A. Ritz SaUsma L S. Putnam Salesman AND
SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

LOVELY WATERFRONT HOMESON
HOME BUY OF THE WEEK

Before you make a deposit BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE
on any property, See This
2.B.droom Hornet Completely DELIGHTFULLY DESIGNED 2 AND 3 BEDROOM

v.rware-Everythlng Furnl.hed-DI.h.Goe.1, .11. HOMES, OFFERING TWO FULL TILED BATHS, FLOR- Walter S. Hardin

IDA ROOMS, ENCLOSED GARAGES, UTILITY ROOMS,
Has a beautlfully.land.ca.p.d
f.nc.d.ln yard. Built.In CENTRAL HEAT, LARGE SEAWALLED LOTS, COMPLETELY Realty Company

Electric kitchen. Separate Realtors
SODDED AND LANDSCAPED.NEVERBEFORESUCHVALUESATSUCH .
watering .yst.m. Large

porch with privacy. Utility LOW PRICES!
room with wa.h. r. Con
and OPEN DAILY FOR INSPECTION.
crete driveway carport.

Furniture was especially ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
made for the hou.e. Owner KEY ROYALE, INC.

lived here only two year. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
A real buy-OHL $12,7501 JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR, GENERAL AGENT.

TERMS AVAILABLE FIELD OFFICE M & M BUILDINGKEY FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307
pHONE7782614
ROYALE ANNA MARIA
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PaBe 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 3, 1962 ,

Mrs. J. Gresh of Ambler, Pa. .
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. William J. Nordmannof
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Deland Mr. and Mrs. J.
M 'Ti pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON M. Grant and family of Mulberry Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Moore and
family of Orlando Mr. and
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Myron of Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. P. Hayden of Miami .
Gibbons of Tampa Marvin George Henglein and family of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Niebert and ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
Essrig of Tampa ..Mr. and Mrs. Rockaway Beach, N. Y. Mr. and party of Huntington, W. Va. ,
Nick Gligora of Tampa Red Mrs. R. L. Parsons of Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hand of Buffalo YOUR
Hall of Tampa Vincent Rui- Mrs. R. A. Lindeman of Delphos, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. GardnerW.
cado of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hutch- Home and party of Wareham,
Jack Whiteside and party of Tam ison of Danville, Va. Mrs. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. R. Stephensand I C / i SALEGET
pa R. E. Jacobs of South Carl Wiley, Mrs. McMahon, Miss children Lorraine and Geneof
Miami. Carolyn Petretti, Miss Mary Mc- Springfield, 111. Mr. and
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Mahon and Miss Karen Cihak, all Mrs. F. A. Rockwell Sr. and children
and Mrs. P. W. Gilchrist of Or- of Muskegon Mich. F. A. Rockwell Jr. and Kathy
lando Mr. and Mrs. M. F. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jean Rockwell, of St. Petersburg GET TWO FOR THE PRICE
Looney of Rego Park, N. Y. Mr. N. Weane of Sullivan's Island, S. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White
and Mrs. J. McGrath of Willowdale, C. Mrs. Clare H. Brown of Tam- and party of Trenton, N. J. OF ONE PLUS A PENNY
Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Vit pa Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. House
of Forest Hills, N. Y. Mr. and Barrett and Miss Alice Barrett of and party of Dimondale, Mich. BARGAINS FOR
Mrs. E. H. Buehning of West Lake, New Castle, Del. Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Saupe of
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. C. E. :M. C. Kittle of St. Petersburg Chicago Mr. and Mrs. PeterT. THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Lurdry of Tampa Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. T. R. York of St. Mulligan of Levittown, N. Y.
Mrs. Jake Suiter of Eagle Lake Petersburg J. M. Dodwell of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stewart SALE ENDS SATURDAY, MAY 5TH_
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reigelof Mears, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E. and party of Walkertown N. C.
Harsons Island, Mich. Mr. C. Green of Autigo, Wis. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Frank- Phone 771.1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
and Mrs. Bruce L. Ranck of Car- and Mrs Seavey M. Bailey and lin Greene and children Gayle and
neys Point, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. family of Toledo, Ohio. David of Springfield, 111. Miss
H. S. Nallinger of Philadelphia. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.G. Patricia Adkison of Bartow .
MERRBIAC ON THE GULF: J. Fitzgerald of Montreal Mrs. G. Neverick ,and Miss S. E. HAWIIAN I I Sun Dressesby
Mr. and Mrs. H. Horonek of Long Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Rex of Rowe of Oceanside, N. Y. Mr.
Island City, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.E. Olmsted Falls, Ohio Mrs. Stan- and Mrs. Roy Chambers of Detroit.
H. Kalback of Camp Hill, Pa. ley Zurawski of Kalamazoo, Mich. brother-in-law and sister of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Heerema and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Burghardt, are visiting Mr. and
son of Haledon, N. J. Orlando Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mrs. Gordon Burghardt Miss
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs.R. Spooner and son of Binghamton, Margaret Ann Mathews of Santa ALFRED SHAHEENand
T. McLean of Toledo, Ohio N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kil- Ana, Cal., Miss Joan Wayburn of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Jensen 'of crease of Homeland Dr. and Chicago, Miss Carroll Moeglin of
Milwaukee. Mrs. Rudolph E. Prister of Rome, Canton, Ohio, Miss Judy Kilgo of
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. LewisJr. Alton, Ill., Miss Carol Thyen of
Mrs. E. Breitsprecher, Miss Breits- of Kirkland, Mo. Mr. and Jasper, Ind. and Miss Sue Ann I KAMI of HONOLULU
precher and Mrs. Langosch of Mrs. Horenburg and family of St. Rutherford of Medford, Ore., all
Chicago Elizabeth CampbellUNCLASSIFIED Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. students at St. Mary-of-the-Woods
Roberts of Lakeland Mr. and College St. Mary-of-the-Woods, COTTON SARNELSDACRONSSWIM
Mrs. B. L. Bright of Lakeland. Ind. While staying at Lay-Z-Liv-N, SUITS IN THE SAME FABRICS
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and the girls were 'entertained at
I WANT SOMEBODY-YOU, to buy Mrs. Axel Bodker of McIIenry, Ill. Easter Sunday dinner at the
my car. It is a 1956 Premier Lin- FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: home of Mrs. Martha Carnes of
coln which cost much more than Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stiglitz of 7502 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach.
$5,000. The speedometer: an hon- Chicago.S. .
est one, shows less than 34,500 as.
miles. (This car is good for 200- S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lewis of
W. of Layaway ._ JEU J S* 9'
000.) Mr. and Mrs. Hannaway Gladiolus Street, Anna Maria, left Phone
The car is cream-colored, with red- Tampa Mrs. Maxine Ringdalland this week for their home Plan l
and-white leather upholstery. Inside sons of Ft. Meade Mr. summer at sd iucrtR**-rn Cf <(women 778-1161
and outside it has been cared and Mrs. Harold Whipple of Ann South Hero, Vt. on Lake Cham-
for with. love from the day we owned Arbor Mich. plain. They recently had as guests, IRENE CASSADY, OWNERDon't
it.There is no noticeable blem- LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: their son and daughter-in-law, Dr.
ish on the interior. A few tiny rust Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lamb of Peffer- and Mrs. George K. Lewis of Way-
spots have developed on small law, Ont. .' Jim Ruston of Rock- land,Mass., who were on their
sections of the body and the chrome croft, Ont. Mrs. A. J. Gould of attend the annual convention wayto of Forget Mother on Mother's Day-
frames of the forward wind-vent Rockcroft, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. the National
Association of
windows have deteriorated some. Victor Partinski of Detroit Geogra- 1 MAY 13th
The engine Is as good, probably Mr. and Mrs. John David of Columbus -phers at Miami Beach. Dr. Lewisis
better, than it was the day we Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M. professor of Economic Geographyat SPECIAL GIFTS FOR MOTHER
bought it. The 5 white-wall tires J. Holmes of Binghamton, N. Y. Boston University, and is presi-
have thousands of miles left in Mr. and Mrs. S. Parsons and partyof dent of the Northeast section of the AND CARDS BY NORCROSS

them.A Melborne, N. Y. Mr. and Association.SEE REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
dealer has offered us 1700 tradein .
value if we buy a new car. It
ANNOUNCEMENT OF MODEL PLANE CONTEST RENTAL LIBRARY
would be his offer-
easy to accept
but it hurts us to see our car go The Sand Dollar Gift Shop .r
into the used-car market at this Headquartersfor
low price. Shirley and John Di/ytschover

Will YOU give me $700 for the car Model Plane Kits
after yon have seen it and drivenit o _
? Or would, ,you like to beat me WE HAVE IT...
down $25 or $50? I will listen. I' dv7a
Call Harry Varley, 778-1650; or, $ :.
much better come and see the car FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
at 102-49th Street, Holmes Beach. HOBS
VARIETY STORE
TEL. 778-1021
FOR SALE Servel -
: Gas Refrigerator
in good working condition, $20. (Ec.5.J40:: P 778-1020
Also several sash windows with
glass $1 each. 7782830.

NEW-Home Complete Service.& Property Phone Maintenance 7782143. New <[( ONLUCITE) New PHILCO AirconditionersNow

PAT & MAX HUBER. Box 523 -. .r.: WALL PAINT In StockALL
Anna Maria.ALTERATIONS.
all kinds of Sunland Turf & Garden
on SIZES AND MODELS READY FOR DELIVERY-
clothing. Dressmaking. Drapes.
Mrs. Frank Beard. Phone 778-1431. Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim- and LandscapingAT STARTING FROM 194.95AND UP ,+

ming. Floors cleaned and polished. ALSO USED AIR CONDITIONERS--$20 UP l
Windows washed and oiled...
SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
Prompt and efficient service...
Reasonable rates-references fur HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ISLAND TV
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-

2894 after 4:30. i PHONE 778-2711 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703

FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach
Lots with plenty of tree*. Near
Shopping Center and zoned for The Best LAWN MOWING

Diplesec. $2.500 each, terns. .
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Call 778-1010, Walter S. Hardla
Realty Co., Uc., Realtors. i Insurance SEASON IS COMINGWE

HAVE A COMPLETE BRAND NEW STOCK OF
FOE EXTINGUISHER Sale ft s.,. a/YYGu
sea ........ leach Tin DopL Always POWER MOWERS .


FOR Fraak SALE Beard.BY 7781431.OWNER: HOME AT f gul neQ Costs LessHolmes Prices Start at $49.95

BARGAIN PRICE. See it TODAY! ': ; Dobbe's Island Hardware

Mast sell. Attractive interior, only & Marine Supply
3 years old, shove average.CB, loch 771-1697
2 BR, 2 tile bath., all electric kitchen or If it's Gcfttrol Hartfvart or Houseworts or Garden Supplies, WI lore It-
dining room, 31 x 16 living 77M54IF. or will get it for you 771-2111

room, Florida room, garage, many AUTHORIZED DEALERs Larson Boats, Scott & Evlnrvdo
extras. 213.Periwinkle, Anna Ma-
ria. 7782613. DAVID BOOZER, AGENT Motors, Murray Traitors





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