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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 10, 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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THE VOICE OF ANNA' MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


No. 548 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1962 TEN CENTS

ATTANASIO RESIGNSAt --

Monday evening's meeting of .
the Anna Maria City Commission Ar! ; --;. ::".
the of Atta- >
resignation Jerome G. >il--
nasio from the commission was accepted -

with regret. N h4 I"i } ?
Elected in Februaryin his first bid !

for public office Attanasio returned '
uncashed his check from the city
,
for the token payment of one dollar r t

\l the annual salary paid each com-
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I) commissioner.
k .d It
In his let t e r to the commission, r

Attanasio gave poor health as his

reason for resigning plus very
( important reasons later to be dis- :
closed to the public.

At a special commission meeting P f _

I Tuesday morning June 1 was set as jA: f
the date for a special election to
elect a commissioner to fill the vacancy Exciting Bradenton Beach City Council meeting last week. Center BRADENTON BEACH MEETING I
created by Attanasio's resig- picture shows part of overflow crowd at meeting. At left is Ken Cleary AGREEMENT REACHED ON GULF PARK LEASE

ation. former Bradenton Beach city attorney, appearing for Manatee County, Last week's meeting of the Brad- Wollam is president circulated the

Candidates may get petitions at and at the right Robert Marshall, another former city attorney appearing enton Beach City Council drew a petitions and retained Robert Mar-
the city office at any time. Signed at the meeting for a citizens' group. (Islander Photo) more-than-capacity audience. shall of Palmetto a former city attorney -

petitions must be filed with the city -- Principal item on the agenda wasa to represent them at the
clerk at or before 12 noon Monday. ANNA MARIA MEETING discussion of the controversial proposed meeting.
May 21.HIGH CITY COMMISSION VOTES MAJOR REPAIRS TO CITY PIER lease by the city to H. J. Marsha,in presenting the objec-

After lengthy discussion at Mondayevening's Becauseonly one bid was submit- Templin owner-operator of Gulf tions to the lease said it could deprive -
TWELVE CLUB meeting the Anna Maria ted for a small paving repair job on Trailer Park.Petitions the city of its proper right to
The Charter Night banquet of the City Commission voted to advertisefor Bay Boulevard,the work will be re- bearing the signatures of use the streets and that Templin

Island High Twelve Club will take bids for major repairs to the his- advertised.A 150 residents were filed with City during the 25 year term of the lease
[ place at the Gulf Terrace Restaur- toric City Pier. proposed amendment to Ordi- Clerk Mrs. Sophie Carothers before could make a profit on rental of

N ant Monday evening May 14, with Work to be done will include installation nance 172 was approved. It will in- the meeting, asking that the lease trailer space from the streets of
I Harry Varley as the guest speaker. of a minimum of 36 pre- cludein the occupational licensing matter be placed on the.agenda. 200000.
His subject" will be "Ladies I Have stressed concrete piling under the ordinance* occupations not The lease, approved by councilin He said his clients had instructedhim

Met. building on the pier part of which previously covered. a split vote at its April meeting to take the matter to court if
BOYS' BASEBALL TEAMS has settled as much as two feet. The city will advertise for bids for called for an annual payment by the lease were executed but if not,
The baseball program for boys will According to a report on the con- installation of an additional shuffle- Templin of $50 for use of parts of and if the record of the council's

get under way at 2 p.m. Saturday dition of the pier by Commissioner board court in Community Hall 26thand27thStreets, the south.and action on the lease were stricken
# May 12, with all boys between 9 Harvey G.Meyer a three-year program Park half the ccst-of: ,which willjjc_J1ortbJjoui d ries?of ,the park, plus from the minutes of the April meeting -
and 12 for Midget League play and of replacing the piling of the paid by the Anna Maria ShuffleboardClub. Avenue B between the two streets. no further action would be ta-

boys 13-14 years old for Prep Lea- pier is necessary. Meyer estimatedcost According to former Vice Mayor ken.Another
gue play asked to report. of this year's work at more than Meyer reported that a city build- Charles Schu before he left office former city attorney
Assistance of any adults will be 3000. Mayor James O. Ferguson ing manual is being prepared mo- parts of approximately 30 trailersor Kenneth W. Cleary who now rep-
appreciated.Men are needed as umpires agreed that the pier needed atten- deled after that of Holmes Beach. attached cabanas occupied partsof resents Manatee County protested

it, coaches and scorekeepers. tion badly. Commissioner Mrs. Alma Haynes the rights of way of the streets in leasing of the streets. He said the
: proposed a beautification programon question. county owns 25 lots in the adjacent
PRIMARY VOTING RESULTS ON THE ISLAND the Community Hall and grounds, Late in 1961 the former city coun- Ilexhurst subdivision and its rightsof
using the project as an entry in the cil entered into a verbal agreementwith access might be imperiled by the
(DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES)
A.M. B.B. H.B. Total countywide beautification' contest. Templin allowing him presentuse lease. He suggested Templin be given -
For United States Senator (Continued on Page 4)) of the streets for the same annual a license covering the parts of

Roger L. Davis 11 15 10 36 payment of $50. .'''the rights of way now in use,rather
George A. Smothers 87 106 143 336 ANCHORAGE RAIDED, EIGHT Members of the recently organized than a lease.

Douglas Randolph Voorhees 5 5 9 19 CHARGEDIn Bradenton Beach Citizens Leaguefor MayorVictorReinel,in comment-
a raid on the Anchorage bar in Better Government of which ing on the matter said he agreed
For Railroad and Public Utilities
Anna Maria Friday evening eight former city building inspector Don (Continued on Page 4)
Commissioner 1))
j (Group
persons were arrested for a 11 e g e d
Bob Johnson 23 33 29 85 violations of the liquor laws and !

Wilbur C. King 55 66 95 216 were required to post bonds totaling L
William John Mason 10 16 16 52 2650.
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For Railroad and Public Utilities Three minors charged with pos- ri. .r..r..rr. rrrrr rrliil 1 1i

'Commissioner (Group 2)) session of alcoholic beverages were
Misty Melody Whiteman 17, of
Jim Blanton 31 38 46 115
101 Garden Lane Sarasota Milton
Charles L. Carter 12 23 18 53
Charles McConnell 1.7. 8419 Mid-
Jerry W. Carter 27 38 53 118 night Pass Road Sarasota and Hol-

Jim Fair 10 11 21 42 den Lee Stone 18, Shell Point Rd., oV t
George Onett 10 9 12 31
Ruskin. Each was released under a }

For State Senator, 36th Senatorial $50 bond. f. ,
District William Spencer 23, Shell Point
Road Ruskin with misstat-
charged
Lee H. (Dixie Lee) Eggers 9 19 19 47 '
ing the age of a minor to induce
Robert H. Livingston 16 20 3268
sale of an alcoholic beverage to a
Ed H. Price Jr. 75 87 114 276
minor was released under $500 MAYPOLE DANCE by the pupils of Mrs. Piscitelli's room at annual
For Member, Board of County bond. May Festival at Island School last week. Other dances were Dance of

Commissioners, District No. 2 Irene Kersey 36, of Friendly City Greeting by Mrs. Mott's room; "Wheat" a folk dance by Miss Bulloch's

William Bill Evers 28 66 50 144 Trailer Park Bradenton a waitressat pupils Kinder Polka by Mrs. Lark's pupils; Anna Maria Athletes by

Dan P. McClure 56 41 99 196 the Anchorage was released under Mrs. Higgins' pupils; Old Brass Wagon by Mrs. Laney's room; Norwegian -
$500 bond after being chargedwith Dance by Mrs. Drew's room; Track-ro-batics by Gene Moss' pupils
For Member, Board of County serving alcoholic beverages to and a closing waltz by Mrs. Ottley's pupils. (Islander Photo)
Commissioners, District No. 4 minors.

Elmer Bustle 72 57 90 219 Thomas H.Pinson 44, 1502 18th
/ Ralph S. Clark Jr. 24 66 73 163 Avenue West Bradenton; and LyleR. AJ ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Smith 36, and Mary K. Smith
For Member Board of Public Instruction I
37, both of 306 50th Avenue West, Temperatures Water Rainfall
District No. 1
Bradenton all listed as licensees, Sam Noon 6pm High
Mrs. J. P. Harllee Jr. 63 68 110 241 were charged with allowing minorsto
Clarence M. Harrison Jr. .33 55 sf 139 consume alcoholic beverages on May 1--74 82 76 88 79 None ;:!
.' 2--76 82 76 89 SO None ,
May
,, J. licensed premises. Each was relea-
(REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES) a May 3--76 86 77 89 81 None
,..... sed on payment of a $500 bond. I
4--76 82 78 90 SO None
For State Senator, 36th Senatorial The officers participating in the May
5--74 82 74 86 SI None
May
District raid were Deputy Sheriff Bill Fort
: May 6--71 80 76 92 82 None
Smyth D. Brohard 18 12. 31 61 and State Beverage Agents George May'7--72 84 74 90 81 Noner
Fader, DeWitt Coburn and Joe Og-
Kent S. McKinley 26 17 48 91
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 10. 1962 i

I WAIT 'TIL NEXT I
The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA,
Because of the

TELEPHONE 778.2021 and space, there were 41
cles and pictures of

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL readers which had to be
News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL @ making up this issue.
however, appear in next
Mall AddrMii Anna Marla, Florida sue.

Among this material
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in articles on two Island
edvanco-Canada,. $5.00 per year.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for on a most extraordinary
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. one that is operated by a
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. resident.
4)i
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn ANTI-MOSQUITO

independent weekly published every Thursday by CONTRIBUTORS
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria. Florida Contributors to the Anti 1
I Fund of the Island
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. merce last week were:

Chilson, Allen Davis,
Cullom Walker, William
Helen E. Warren, The

ISLAND BEAUTYBEAUTIFICATION E.Ellis.Brewer, Ralph Jordan


is the general subject of several area projects now Others were: Daniel B.
under way. A countywide beautification contest is attracting much attention vid R. Chase, Lois G.

while back on the Island, a combined program of the two gar- Barradale,E. D. l
den clubs has as its principal objective, "attractive Island-wide plant- (Continued on Page li i

ing and maintenance. I
In circulars mailed to Island residents this week, instigators of the
program ask the cooperation of everyone in what is called an "Every
Property Owner and Resident Participation Program,covering all com-
mercial and private aspects of Island appearance.A THANK YOU1I
check-list of suggestions is included in the circular, for the gen- ;1I '\
eral guidance of each property owner. Listed under the heading
"General" are removal of: litter and debris, dead trees and overabundant -
\
growth, obsolete and unsightly equipment, sources harboring mos- .
I for the wonderful
am deeply grateful
quitoes, bugs, varmints, etc. Also on the list are suggestions about support you

repair and painting of fences, buildings, etc. gave me in the Democratic primary. It was a team
The committee lists as specific suggestions: Canal and water front
lots are unique in that they have no back-yards. A shrubbed or fenced victory. An outstanding accomplishment for the
service area may be the solution for concealing clothes lines and gar-
bage containers. In a residential area, the relocation of parked com- many thousands who gave so generously of their
mercial vehicles from a prominent place to an unobtrusive one.
time talents and
If anyone needs reasons for adding to the attractiveness of his homeor money. :
other property, beyond the obvious ones of adding to the pleasure of
everyday living, there are plenty of dollar$ and cent reasons. We urge all Democrats, Republicans and Indepen- 1
Any doubters are asked to consult a real estate broker on that score, t
and we feel sure their doubts will be laid to rest. dents to join the team and keep experienced and effective ,

Now as a suggestion for some public beautification, how about
in the State Senate.
some general improvements to the parking lot at the Manatee County representation 1
Beach? It is one of the first places on the Island seen by visitors who '
cross the Anna Maria Bridge and its resemblance to an abandoned ball \
park is somewhat disturbing. Attendance at meetings of the County Sincerely
Park Beach and Recreation Commission assures us that the membersof
that board are well aware of the need for improvement and have

made plans to do some effective planting. \ "V-v oa. 3-t= .
Hampered to some extent by'a low budget, the commission must
of necessity give priority to building maintenance, but the looks of the
Your State Senator ...
property are important too.
To borrow with some latitude from the works of Joyce Kilmer and
(Paid Political Adv.) -
Wyatt Blassingame, "Only man can pave with black top--and erect a
chain link fence."
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
t..U AUTO PAINTING
MAY --HIGH- --LOW-

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10 Thur. -- --- 3.38 p.m. 1.5 --- 11.32 p.m.0. 1\t
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11 Fri. 8i38 a.m. 0.9 .58 p.m. 1." 10.51 a.m. 0.9 -- BAKE ON PAINT
12 Sat. 8.50 a.m. 1.0 6.2. p.m. 1.2 12.28 a.m. 0.3 12.28 p.m. 0.7 .
13 Sun. 9.00 a.m. 1.1 7..2 p.m. 1.1 1.17 a.m. 0.2 1..3 p.m. 0.5
14 Mon. 9112 a.m. 1.2 8.51 p.m. 1.1 1&58 a.m.0.1 2:40 p.m. 0.3
15 Tue. 9.28 a.m. 1.4 9.50 p.m. 1.0 2.33 a.m. 0.1 3.27 p.m. 0.1 FORDify Ford BODY 1 REPAIR
16 Wed. 9.46 a.m. 1.5 10:41 p.m. 1.0 3.04 a.m. 0.2 :07 p.m. 0.2 your present ;
17 Thur. 10.07 a.m. 1.6 11128 p.m. 1.0 3.31 a.m. 0.3 4.46 p.m. 0.3
18 Fri. 10.29 a.m. 1.8 --.---.. 3.57 a.m. 0.5 5:23 p.m. .0.5 with the kind of service
19 Sat. 12.13 a.m. 0.9 10.54 a.m. 1.9 119 a.m. 0.6 6.02 p.m. 0.6 EXPERT WORK
20 Sun. 1.02 a.m. 0.9 11&22 a.m. 2.0 4.38 a.m. 0.7 6..3 p.m.0.7
that retains the driving
21 Mon. 1.56 a.m. 0.8 11.55 a.m. 2.1 4:51 a.m. 0.7 7129 p.m. 0.8
22 Tue. 3.02 a.m. 0.8 12.33 p.m. 2.1 4:47 a.m. 0.7 8.18 p.m. 0.8 By
Wed. .. and reliability ;
23 1.17 2.1
---- -- p.m. -- -- 9.13 p.m.G.8 pleasure
Thur. ..... .. .
2. ----m 2:10 p.m. 1.9 -- 10.10 p.m. 0.7
25 Fri. ---- 3.15 p.m. 1.7 ...--....--.-. 11.08 p.m. 0.6 built into
26 Sat. 7.56 a.m. 1.1 .39 p.m. 1.5 10.SO a.m. 1.0 --.---".-'. COMPETENT MEN !I
27 Sun. 8.07 a.m. 1.2 6.15 p.m. 1.3 12:05 a.m. .0." 12.32 p.m. 0.8
28 Mon. 8.26 a.m. 1." 7.19 p.m. 1.1 12.56 a.m. 0.2 1.54 p.m. 0." every new
29 Tue. 8:50 a.m. 1.6 9.17 p.m. 1.0 1..2 a.m. 0.0 3:00 p.m. 0.1 Ask For Estimate
30 Wed. 9.17 a.m. 1.7 10:41 p.m. 1.0 2:23 a.m. 0.2 3.55 p.m. 0.2
31 Thur. 9.46 a.m. 1.9 12:00 Mid. 1.0 2:59 a.m. 0.5 4:45 p.m.0.5
For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide reading

and add one hour, six minute to low tide reading. ............,.................................,...

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.. EPSILON ALPHA MEETING boat clubs in thatinland state,Indiana -
-. :"''' ', ,c :,> : :;.<,. the outfit has gradually dev-
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Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta .' T ; !
Sigma .....;r : ::::" ':I .'$'- ;, _' ,:;i-- #:: : f' eloped into a family boating fraternity -
Phi Sorority met last week at the $' ';:_: ,with 36 families now mem-

home of Mrs. Norma Torgeson of bers. Each family has: its own boat
Beach Avenue Anna Maria and week end excursions are enjoyed -

Officers for the year were installedby to lakes.and rivers within a 200
Mrs. Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr? mile radius of Indianapolis.
retiring president. They are: 'Mrs. r HAving no "port" with water,

George Norwood president; Mrs. any boating expedition undertakenby
Ted Tripp, vice president: Mrs. Top pictures show some of the boats cJ C Ck club members means trailing

Charles A.Weaver. extension offi- of the Central Indiana Boat Club in c' + : ;=,. their boats Previous trips have been

cer; Mrs. Fran M a x 0 n, recording action in Island waters and at right t t'T r made to such waterways as the Wa-
secretary; Mrs. Torgeson, correspo- the visitors themselves.Left to right: I Ir } bash River the Ohio River Kentu-
Mr.and Mrs.Bill Youck Mrs. Wal-
nding and Mrs. F. B.
secretary k cky River Lake Michigan Cumber-
ter Janie Wendall
Shell treasurer. Curry Carter land Lake and various other lakes in
The final meeting of the season Dunbar Walter Curry Mrs. Mah- Indiana Illinois Ohio and Ken-
will be held at the home of Mrs. ler, Betty Dunbar Charles Ruten- tucky.All .

Aaron VanOstenbridge Jr. on Tuesday burg,Ann Rutenburg Radonna.Howard club members have had con-

May 22, when the Ritual of ,Commodore Don Howard, Mrs. siderable experience in negotiatingthe
Jewels degree will be conferred on Louise Degner Mrs.Marjorie White heavy traffic of the Ohio River

Mrs. Torgeson.Mrs. Mrs.Ellen McGill Mary Long Ray Locks and similar busy waterways.
McGill, R e net t a Hamilton Rear
Shell Mrs. Maxon and Mrs. Many are members of the Coast
will attend the Area Commodore Bill Long and Fleet
Torgeson Bay Guard Auxiliary, and a few are
luncheon in Clearwater this week. Captain Bill Hamilton. (Islander members the United States Power -

Members, husbands and guests attended Photos) Y P. F Squadron in Indianapolis! .
the recent Founder's Davdinner -- One day each' the club mem-
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All the boats brought.to.Floridawere
and dance.: bers devote to entertaining from 100
INDIANA 18 foot outboard cruisers, each
BOAT CLUB MEMBERS VISIT ISLANDAn
to 150 orphaned youngsters from several -
equipped with 75 to 100 horsepowermotor
APRIL BUILDING PERMITS ran after the was Indianapolis children's homes.
unusual group of visitors to the high trip planned or motors.Some were luxuriously -
Island last week were 25 membersof although several who wanted to The young people are guests of the
Building permits issued on the Island appointed having cabins with
the Central Indiana Boat Club of make the trip were unable to do so club at a nearby reservoir lake and
during April totaled $120,390, sleeping quarters "indoor plumbing" -
Indianapolis who spent the week at because of children in school or they look forward to and look backon
$54,000 less than the April 1961 and other boating amenities.In .
total of $174,500,when permits for the S. S. White Sands Motel on the inability to arrange vacations from equipping the boats emphasishas a day of boat rides, swimming,
businesses. and other outdoor fun.
the Island School auditorium $47,-. Gulf. jobs or been placed on navigational and
The idea for the trip to Florida was However those who were able to becoming boating pioneers of a
000,and Holmes Beach motel addition safety equipment, so that all the
make the loud in their sort, Hamilton believes the Indian-
originated by Fleet Captain Bill trip were
$38,000, helped swell the craft are exceptionally well outfitted -
figures.In Hamilton,an Indianapolis advertising praise of the hospitality offered by apolis club may be pointing out to

Anna Maria, permits issued in. executive who has been a win- the management of the S. S. White Originally organized as a speed- other inland boating enthusiasts the
.ter visitor here for ten and Sands, and various other Islanders way to feasible Florida boating va-.
April added up to$2,450, represen- years boat-racing club, one of the first
ting$2,160 in new construction,and who owns property in Anna Maria, and all agreed they want to come cations.
and plans to retire here in a few here again.
$290 for repairs. April, 1961 per-
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Activities while here included several -
mits were for $25,000 worth of new years.
construction,and$750 in additions. Purpose of the excursion, which days of cruising Island waters; The Gulf P/ipL- FOR ,
Bradenton Beach issued permits for involved transportation from India- swimming, sunning and beaching; All-Modern rUTK MOBILE HOMES

$20,750 in April, of which $18,000was napolis to the Island on individual a fishing trip aboard the ADMIRAL Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
trailers, was to enjoy a few days of with Mrs.Betty Dunbar catching the
for new construction,while the Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON, BEACH
April, 1961 total was $2,850. boating, fishing and sunning. For second largest fish of the day a 22
The April total in Holmes Beach all but a few of the group it was pound grouper; some other fishing
their first experience boating, fish- from their own boats,and a visit to
was $97,200, representing $71,500for I
five new residences; $19,000 for ing and bathing in salt water and Busch Gardens in Tampa on their PHELPS NURSERY

two duplexes; five additions, $5,- for most of them, the first trip to way home.
400, and seawall, 1300. Florida's west coast what Hamilton Driving time each way between FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS
their homes and the Island consumed M
believes was the "first annual trip
In April 1961 permits were issued I
for$145,900 worth of new construc to Anna Maria"Island.;" He said the about three days with the'calva- HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
plans to"come back next cade of cars and trailers keeping together -
tion.Four new homes totaled $57- group year
500; two additions,$2,400; a schoo l with more members,and stay long with the aid of two-way short LANDSCAPINGPINE
er." wave radios in the first and last of
auditorium $47,000;. motel addi-
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LEGAL NOTICES Bradenton Beach ANNA MARIA MEETING... AMI C. G. FLOTILLA CHARTERS, INC. EXTENDSAIR

INVITATION TO BIDS (Continued from Pope 1) (Continued from Page 1)) The newly organized Anna Maria TAXI SERVICE '

.ald bids for repairing of approximately the lease was not absolutely necessary Mrs.Hayne's proposal included additional Island Flotilla 99,U. S. CoastGuard Charters,Inc., operator of the air

I 200 at feet the of regular Bay Boulevard mooting, will of the booponod and in a vote,council agreed plantings, p a vi n g of the Auxiliary plans a comprehensive taxi service to and from the Island,

Anna Maria City Commission:! Anna unanimously to strike the record of parking lot, installation of curbingand educational program. Commander announced this week a new affilia-
Maria, Florida, June 4, 1962, with bidsto
other work. Athorne has announced that tion with Florida Air Taxi.
bo received at the City Office until its previous action from the minutes. George
12:00 Noon, June 4, 1962. Details andspecifications She proposed that cost of the pro- in addition to an eight-week free Marvin Kline of Charters said the
of work to be done Reinel called the agitation againstthe
can
ject be met with of the the new will make avail-
be obtained from City Clerk. Commission trailer the former proceeds Boating Safety course open to arrangement
retains the right to reject any or park by city sale of a city owned lot on Bay Boul- public,the flotilla will offer swim able to Island users of the service,

all bids. administration, "persecution, and evard, a suggestion to which the ming classes and instructions in better aircraft and better service.
Gladys Dumaine, said that"more than half" the build-
City Clerk commission agreed.A Scuba diving.Operations Starting in a few days, Charters
Anna Maria, Florida ings in the city encroach on city resolution was adopted which Officer Clyde Fore, will have on a lease arrangement
of He called attentionto
The Zoning Adjustment Board of the rights way. restored the lot to its original status who fishes Island waters daily, offers a late model Beech Bonanza 4 place

City of Anna Maria Florida will. hold a a building on the south side of and was followed by a motion which a timely warning to skin divers. plane, powered by a 235 hp engine,
public hearing at the Anna Maria Com 26th Street which showedto
munityHallat 10:00 a.m., Saturday, May a survey provides for appraisal and sale of the He has seen divers in the pass near capable speeds of more than 150
12.1962.to consider a request from "''rs.Addie be two feet over the street line, lot with the be earmarked The will make
money.to Passage Key who take their lives in mph. ship possible,
Serrano, owner of the Rod and and added that action had
no ever
Reel Hotel' for permission to erect additions for the beautification project.The their hands by not observing the rule and,according to Kline, economi-

.Proposed to office additions and storeroom would extendto at themot.l. been started against its owner. plot of ground, originally a of flying a red flag with white diagonal cally feasible, charter trips of sev-
saidhe
The
a distance of two (2)) feet from the mayor merely was try- lot,was platted as a street but nev- stripe on a boat from which eral hundred miles,if three passeff-

street line on Alamanda Avenue, and to ing to straighten out a matter started er used for that purpose. they dive.Fore says there have been gers share the cost.
the same distance from the street line before he was in office, but if the
on North Shore Drive. Commission also: Approved new several near misses in the past few All traffic between the Island and

Theodore L. Tripp question ever is raised again,he will wiring at the Community Hall. days when divers have been nearlyrun Tampa International Airport formerly .
Chairman for of the
call entire
Zoning Adjustment Board a survey city. Promised to have a ditch on Archer down by boats in the pass. The carried by Florida Air Taxi,

He pointed out that most of the per- Way cleared of dirt and debris. purpose of flying the flag is to call will now be flown by Chatters !tJ
RESOLUTION NUMBER 174, CALLING mits issued for the trailers and cab-
FOR SPECIAL ELECTION Approved city support of any law the attention of boatmen to the fact
the
WHEREAS the resignation of JEROME anas allegedly in streets were suit brought against the county to ,that divers are working near their FIRST SERVICES IN NEW i

G. ATTANASIO, a member of the Boardof issued by Wollam, now president of collect the Island's share of the road anchored boats. It is very difficultfor
Commissioners of the City of Anna the:; organization whose members object CHURCH SUNDAY I
Maria Fla.,has caused a vacancy AND and bridge tax. the operator of a fast-moving
to the placing of the trailers.In Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran
WHEREAS, under the Charter, it is the Approved payment of bills total- boat to see a swimmer in the water.
duty of the City Commission to call a answer to a question by Reinel, Church will hold its first services in j
ingl,504. with a total of $14,143on who
Fore, is regarded as a leading
Election to fill such ,
Special vacancy a member of the audience said a for- the new church building at the intersection \
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by hand. expert on sharks, gives some safety
official has in his of Palm and Marina
mer city possessionthe drives
the City Commission of the City of An- tips to swimmers, as well as skin
na Uaria that a Special Election be and original survey of the streets, Sunday morning.The .
the same is hereby called to be held by MRS. BLANCHE RANSDELLMrs. divers: 1. Never swim near a boat
said City on the 1st day of June, 1962, which Reinel called city property.In from which fishermen are operating.Live general public is invited to
for the purpose of filling said vacancyin other action, council approvedfor Blanche Joy Ransdell, 83, of visit the church after the morning
the office of City Commissioner, and bait, when struck, bleeds and
that said election shall be held accord- payment,bills totaling $651,and 116 Elm Avenue,Anna Maria, diedat services. 1
attracts sharks.
ing to the laws Charter and Ordinancesof read for the first time an amendmentto Memorial Hospital, Bradenton,
said City governing general elections. 2. A fish that is hooked emits electrical FUND CONTRIBUTORS.. j
Ordinances 4 and 67 which will
Sunday May 6. :Jam in Galion ,
PASSED and ADOPTED this 8th which sharks can
impulses
day (Continued from Page 2)) .
schedule of fees be char-
of 1962. set a new to Ohio, she moved to the Island from
May feel as far as two miles, a dis-
away VanKirk Harold
B. G. C.
ged for building permits. Gallon in 1939. Gray, i
/sGladys Dumaine She was a member of the Episcopal tance they can cover in a very short Hayes,William M. Smith and Mrs.C. .
City Clerk
time.Being inquisitive,a shark will .:
FREDERICK E. McCollum.
V. GENTSCH
/s/ James O. Ferguson Church of The Annunciation, and -
MAYORs Frederick V. Gentsch., of Lat- was Past Matron of Naomi Chapter, investigate any disturbance, and a Persons wishing to make contributions -
/ / Arthur C. HansenCOUUICSIONER swimmer could become shark bait.
hrup Village, Mich., died Sunday, O. E. S. Galion. to the fund are asked to make
/s/ H. G. Ueyer 3. Never swim in waters where checks to the Anna Maria
CO..ISSIONERNOTICE May 6, while vacationing with his Survivors are her husband, Oscar payable 1
there are schools of small fish.These
wife at an Island motel. O. Ransdell; two daughters, Mrs.T. Island Anti-Mosquito Fund, and

OF INTENTION TO Born in New York City, he was a H. Madden of Niles, Ohio, and attract larger fish, which in turn give or send it to C. E. Brewer at \!
REGISTER FICTITIOUS
NAME' attract sharks. '
The undersigned does hereby certify veteran of World War I,and a mem- Mrs. Miriam Ruth of Winter Haven; the Island Bank.BUILDER.
but least
4. Last, by no means ,
that he is conducting a general insur- ber of Composite Lodge,499. F&AM, a sister, Mrs. F.W.Biehl of Galion, OF HOMES
ance business under the fictitious name DO NOT SWIM ALONE!
of BAY AREA INSURANCE at Island of Detroit. He was a manufacturerof and four grandchildren.Funeral Houses suitable for Island cllmatt

Shopping Center,Holmes Beach, Florida, mobile-home furniture. services were held Tues- and conditions. lUmodtliftg: Its .
and that said firm is composed of the Subscribe to THE ISLANDER--
following person whose name and placeof Surviving are his wife,Freda; two day forenoon at the Church of The pairs: Additions. Tnirwortfcy efH-

residence is as follows: brothers,Richard A.Gentsch of NewYorkCityand Annunciation,with the Rev. GeraldK. Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for mates -gift*. j

F.527 David 75th Street Boozer Edward J. Gentsch of Lowe, rector of the church, of- only $3.50 per year. NORMAN Off. 771-1419 ROSEDALE Menu, Anna 771-2591 Maria

Holmes Beach, Florida Detroit.Services and.interment will ficiating. Cremation. ----

is Ownership as follows of BAY F. David AREA Boozer INSURANCE-100%. be in Birmingham, Mich. Griffith- Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was

It is my intention to apply to the Clerkof Cline Island Chapel is in charge of in charge of arrangements. / ANTICIPATED
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee Ol COMPOUND
County, Florida, to register the said local arrangements. 41 ANNUAL
name of BAY AREA INSURANCE under / 40 DIVIDEND QUARTERLY
the provisions of Chapter 865.09, Lawsof
Florida Acts of 1959. HAVE YOU TRIED
Witness my hand this 27th day of April, JIIIiI! t

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Wednesday, April 25: W. Berber- Thursday: R.H.Ford, Atlanta, 21 : Lyle Stephenson, 6 lb.
; CHURCHES Let's G6Fishing ick, Bradenton, 15 pound grouper; pound grouper,and Betty Workman, and 5 lb., 12 oz.
' HARVEY 1 MEMORIAL CHURCH Clarence Hammond of Cortez, a Decatur, Ill., a 19 1/2 poun er. Flounder: Dr. Fred Voss Phoenecia -
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.;\ (Noa Bradenton D.aoaliaatioaal Beach ) 14 1/2 pound grouper. Friday: Doc Dixon, a 20 pound, N. Y. 4 lb., 12 oz.; S. J.
26 Frank Glide- Engle Imlay City, Mich. 3 1/2
) RKV. A. W. SIMMS Thursday April : plus 19 other black grouper; Roy
well, Bradenton,21 pound grouper Braymiller, Delevane, N. Y. 18 pounds, and Dennis Loughman,
I SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. K- Frank Goosen,19 pounder,and John pound grouper, and Harry Allen, a Bradenton, 3 pounds.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Bradley, Bradenton, 16 1/2 pound 16 1/2 pounder. Sheepshead: Mrs. Eve ly n Figel,
I Cortez, 9 lb., 11 Mrs. J. W.
oz.
Some of the recent catches by the grouper. Saturday:Stephen Stringlein, Pal- ;
Friday, April 27: Anna Mummertof Welch'Anna Maria, 6 lb., 12 oz.,
ST. BERNARD MISSION passengers on the BEST BET are as metto,a 20 pounder; Bill Sandhoff,
}) /',;.:,/: BK\: '..IKAM-1S t". WfiLSMlLUR follows: Tuesday (April 24), Bob Baltimore,Md., 20 pound black Bradenton 16 pound grouper, and and Arthur Koivu Longboat Key, 6

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Lobaugh Trailer Estates, 22 pound grouper, and Clarence Hammond, Ernie Acker, Tampa, and Sumpter lb., 8 oz.
18 pound grouper. Bradenton tied for "Trout:Ray Pringle,Cortez, 11 lb.,
i WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. grouper Hugh Dritenbas,'}denton, Gregg, third,
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 16 pounder. y Saturday April 28: Ted Huck, each catching a 14 1/2 pounder. 15 oz. and 9 Ib., 6 oz., and Frank
WEDNESDAYS: Wednesday, April): Bob Lo- Bradenton,20 pound black grouper Reynolds Evanston, Ill., 7 lb.,
7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benediction. baugh, 150 pound jewfish; Harry Marcus Wright, Bradenton, 16 3/4 .* :3 oz.
Allen, Trade Winds Trailer Court, pounder, and Frank Goosen of De- In the final month of the Manatee Snook: Ray Pringle 15 pounds, 12
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL .100 pound jewfish. troit, a 16 pound grouper. County fishir :ournament, veteran ounces; Walt Saathoff, Palmetto,
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor Fore of Brad- 13 pounds, 12 ounces, and 13 lb.
29 of
Long trip which left Friday, April Sunday, April : R. L. Clay kingfisherm Clyde
THURSDAY 3:00 : 27, G. Doughty, Bradenton, a 98 Plant City,a 68 pound jewfish, Bill enton ran off ..ith trophies and prizesfor Redfish: A. C. Cope, Bradenton
SUNDAY p.m.: Jr. G.A. pound Warsaw grouper Harry Allen, Mathews, Bradenton Beach, 20 1/2 all thre places in the kingfish Beach, 9 pounds 14 ounces; CharlesE.

9:45 a.m. Sunday School. a 41 pound black grouper tied for pound black grouper, and Louise division. His three entries weighed Wilson, Palmetto, 7 pounds 15
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. third place were Roy. Ford of Sunny Knight of Winter Haven, a 15 1/2 39, 36 and 32 pounds, the last one ounces, and R. W. Furman, Brad-
5:30 p.m. Concord Choir. Shores and ,Bob Robertson of Trade pounder. caught in the pass rrth of the Island enton, 7 pounds 11 ounces.
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. Winds Trailer Court, each landinga Passengers aboard Capt.Sonny Da- ,and weighed in. Bayou Mar- Grouper: Harry Allen, Volborg,
MONDAY: 36 pound black grouper. A total vis'ADMIRAL have been bringing in ina.Other Mont. 42 pounds; Bob Lob a ugh
TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.: R.A. of 3,200 pounds of fish was landed, some nice catches of black grouper kingfish entries 'ere made 34 1/2 pounds and 33 pounds, all
G.A/7 and from by Earl Griffin, Brad on, a 21 caught from the BEST BET.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate with more than I,000 pounds of it mangrove snapper just a
WEDNESDAY: Ii l red snapper. short distance off shore with each pounder; I.R.Thompson, adenton Red snapper: Billie Gibson,Cortez,
6:30 p.m. Pot Luck Supper. trip netting from 137 to 203 fish. Beach, 18 pounds, 8 our es; PeterF. 20 pounds; Bob Lobaugh 16 pounds,
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Ybp catches aboard the ADMIRAL Tuesday: Doc Dixon, Sarasota, a Geisler, Bradenton, 2..1/2.1bs.) and Harry Allen,2 pounds 4 ounces.
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. TOO, Wednesday, April 25, were: 200 pound sea turtle,which required and Lyle Stephenson, Bradentor, 8 The first two were caught from the
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH L. L. Padgett, Spartanburg, S. C., the assistance of nearly all the pounds, 14 ounces. BEST BET, and the third one from
(Non-Denominational) 22 pound black grouper T. R. Allen crew and passengers to land. After Mangrove snapper: Ward Melick, the ADMIRAL.

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor Hartford, Ohio, 19 pounder, pictures were taken of the turtle,it Bradenton, 9 pounds Br:b Lobaugh,
THURSDAY: and Stan Saunders, Akron, Ohio, was released.Other leading catches Lima, Ohio 8 1/2 pou ids, and 8 Your best news coverage of Is.

7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir Rehearsal. a 17 1/2 pounder.The were those of Irving Butler Columbia pounds, 4 ounces. land affairs The Islander.

FRIDAY: 5th & 6th Grade Retreat. ADMIRAL passengers have Conn., 28 pound grouper Eb-
SUNDAY: been bringing in plenty of black 18 1/2
en English, Cortez pound
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. grouper and mangrove snapper every and Doc Dixon 17 THE FINEST IN FRENCH CU1IINF
grouper, ,a pound In a Rommntle. Provincial French
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11:15 a.m. Sunday Service. day recently.On Tuesday,April 24, black grouper. AtmosphereMfatttolatr
a.m. Worship
6:30 p.m. Intermediate and Sr. top catches were those of Frank Wednesday: Walter Johnson, Bra-
Youth Fellowships. Chier of Bradenton, 18 1/2 pound denton, 38 pound grouper William icr. (
TUESDAY: grouper Bob McMonigle, Hempstead Berberick, Bradenton, 35 pounder

WEDNESDAY 11:30 a.m. Guild Luncheon. ,N. Y. ,17 pound grouper, and and Doc Dixon and Betty Dunbar of NORTH FND OK LONGBOAT KEY
: George Bagley of Winter Haven, a Indianapolis were tied,each catch- Luncheon at 12 Dinner at t p.m.
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Bay tide home on North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, NEW three bedroom home on Key Royale, purchased recently by Lovely furnished home at 150 51st Street, Holmes
purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horvat of Mr. and Mrs Walter M. Norton of Chicago, who plan to make Beach, purchased recently by Mrs. Irene Plant of

1127 Lake Avenue,Wilmette,Ill from Ermine Cole- their permanent home here. Home was sold by Jack Marshall, Lakeland from Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Coates Jr. The
man. The transaction was negotiated by Gertrude Anna Maria Realtor and was owned and built by Jack and Ellen sale was handled by Peggy Moore, an associate of

Blassingame Anna Maria Realtor. .(Islander Photo) Marshall on a lovely bayside lot. (Islander Photo) ARRIS H REALTY Anna Maria. (Islander Photo)

r ISLAND WOMAN'S CLUB PETE REYNARD HONORED .

The final meeting of the season Pete Reynard popular Island restaurant ZENITH FM STEREONOW
of the Anna Maria Island Woman's owner last week was hon-
Club was held recently at the home ored by the National Restaurant LIt IN STOCK

I of Dr. and Mrs. George Clark of Association the leading trade organization COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATIONOR
I Peppertree Lane Anna Maria, at of the restaurant indus-
CALL FOR A HOME DEMONSTRATION
which a Mothers Day breakfast was

served.About seventy members and try.Reynard, who has been presidentof a u r a nit trade publication, "The ISLAND TV

\ guests attended. the Manatee County Chapter of NRA 400 is a hand-picked group representing _
Three new members, Mrs. Val the Florida Restaurant Association, the elite in the restaurant

Clement Mrs. Ramona Morgan and a division of the national association industry. It. is a permanent group PROMPT SERVICE WHEN NEEDED
: Mrs.Pansy Elmore,were welcomed. as well as regional vice-pres- and is called upon to serve in many
Mrs. Ralph White introduced Mrs.,,idem and a director of the state association leadership roles in the Association." SOUND PLANNING BUDGET TERMS

II J. P. Harllee Jr. of Palmetto, who ,has been named a mem-
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eliminated. You come home from enjoyed by a half million of your CLEAN AND STORE RUGS, BLANKETS, ETC.

work to a cheery hello. Filtered air Florida neighbors. Now is the time OPEN YOUR HOUSECLEANREADY -

'il f: that is free from dust and pollen to see your electric appliance dealer or FOR FLORIDA LIVING.
'; brings relief from allergies. Lowered air-conditioning contractor for bet-

humidity safeguards youngsters from ter-than-ever values and easy terms. COMPLETE REFURBISHING.YARD .

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OWNER MUST LEAVE, SO UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

, FOR SALE I D 0 'w NGOESTHEPRICEOFTHISFINEPROPERTY. INSURANCE COMPANY
Since 1897
TWO BEDROOMCB Protect Your Real tit Investment
DICKWAGNER
COTTAGE WITH SCREENED PORCH AND FLORIDA 526 12th Sr. Weir IRADENTON FLA. Phone 743-4541
, ROOM. ALL NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE CORNER LOT
WITH LOTS OF TREES AND PLANTINGS. ZONED FOR AD.

l f DITIONAL APARTMENTS OR BUSINESS BUILDINGS.AN ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING AT

$9,576.00_ BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

JACK MARSHALL Realtor

M & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 771-2614 HERE IT IS: A TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, CANAL

FRONTHOMEINONE OF THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODSIN
TWO REAL BARGAINSNICE
HOLMES BEACH. HAS BOAT DOCK, UTILITY

, 778-2663. CBS TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE NEAR BEACH, ROOM, SCREENED PORCH, CLOSED GARAGE, FURN

SCHOOL AND SHOPPING CENTER. FURNISHED; ALL- ISHED. PRICED AWAY BELOW MARKET VALUE AT
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ELECTRIC KITCHEN; OIL HEAT; TWO-CAR GARAGE.ON ONLY $16,000. TERMS AVAILABLE.P. .
Look For These Signs
100x 100 LOT. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE, $12,500. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
*
NEED WORK?
MODERN CBS TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE ON CORNER.
OPEN For
ISLAND LAUNDRY AND DRY INSPECTION
CLEANING BUSINESS FOR LOT-ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN-CENTRAL GASHEAT.
Waterfront & InlandFO
SALE. EXCEPTIONALLY FURNISHED.I SCREENED PORCH AND CARPORT-
GOOD YEAR AROUND INCOME. TOP VALUES-ASTOUNDING LOW PRICES
RESERVED BOAT DOCKAGE INCLUDED. OWNER SAYS
$10,000 Required. Balance
on EE THESE FOUR NEW HOMES-TODAY!
GOOD TERMS. EXPERIENCEDHELP SELL! ONLY 15700Terms.
WILL STAY. J 104 66th STREET-2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH--$14,950
0 KACHUDAS & HOFFMAN 503 71st STREET-2 BEDROOMS, 2 Baths.$15,750
8-UNIT MOTEL AND LARGE REALTORS -::- 601 Key Royal. 67th St.3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS-
TWO BEDROOM HOME ON $20,450

SARASOTA BAY. Shows .xc.pt. 3805 GULF DRIVE 778.2468 609 K.y Royale 67th St.2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
tonally good Incom. Room for
$20,200
expansion.$15,000 Down-Easy PRICE Terms.$75,000, As Pretty As A PictureAND TERRAZZO FLOORS-MARBLE CHIP ROOFS-FINEST PLAS

TIC KITCHEN CABINETS-OVERSIZE GARAGES-UTILITY

TWO BEDROOM HOME, ONLY EASY TO KEEP THAT WAY-NEW TWO BEDROOM ROOMS-SCREENED PATIO PORCHES-LOTS LANDSCAPEDAND
YEARS IN SODDED-AND MANY ADDED FEATURES.
TWO OLD. HOLMES
ONE BATH HOME WITH LARGE, SUNNY LIVING ROOM,
BEACH. FULL TILE BATH.
Open boom ceilings, plenty of DINING AREA AND SHADY SCREENED PORCH. CAR- KEY ROYALE, INC.

closet space. Boat Dock. Nlc.
PORT AND UTILITY ROOM.
Neighborhood. ONLY $10,575. JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR, GENERAL AGENT.

0 FIELD OFFICE M & M BUILDINGKEY
MARINA SITE ON SARASOTA $12e3OOJACK PHONE 778.2614
lAY-300 f..t on Paved Road, ROYALE ANNA MARIA
and 300 feet on deep wa tor.
HOLMES Realtor
ZONED COMMERCIAL-GOOD ,

for any type of bu.In.... Price HOLMES. BEACH, FLORIDA NEAR GULF
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$34,000-Can 1 be bought on time BRANCH OFFICES -- -
for 29% Down.
Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
Home With Income
LARGE OFFICE BUILDING BRADENTON lEACH 85th STREET
In COMMERCIAL ZONE. Excellent O. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman --
Location for Professional
Offices. Prlc. $17,500.MARINAACCESSORY SEE US NOW FOR YOUR SUMMER RENTALS PLEASANT CB HOME ON WELL LANDSCAPED 114 by

114 LOT. LARGE LIVING I ROOM WITH FIREPLACE;
WATERFRONT--WITH RIPARIAN RICHTS--THIS TWO-BED-
SUPPLY ROOM FURNISHED HOME IS RIGHT ON THE WATER. TWO BEDROOMS; ONE AND A HALF CERAMIC TILED

i Business with Boat Storage BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF WIDE OPEN SPACES. GOOD FISHING, BATHS;CENTRAL HEATINGAND AIR CONDITIONING;
1 Spaces and R.tall Sales Shop. SWIMMING, AND OTHER WATER SPORTS. SEAWALLED AND
" SCREENED BREEZEWAY. TWO CAR ENCLOSED GAR-
Excellent Opportunity for the HAS AN EXTRA BUILDING LOT ON THE WATER!
Right Party. Consult us for d. See This BARGAIN AT ONCE. A new listing and will be AGE. ALSO, A TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT; ANDA

tails. Help will stay. sold soon at ONLY $17,500. SMALL EFFICIENCY APARTMENT FOR INCOME
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I! NEAR WATER--THIS IS ANOTHER EXCEPTIONAL BUYII PURPOSES-ONLY $26,0001!

BAY & CANAL LOTS ONLY $7,950 WILL BUY THIS CB FURNISHED 1-BEDROOM ....................................II III III I I
COTTAGE. THE LOT IS A LARGE CORNER AND HAS
; 90 x 100. S.awall.d$3Sd0
CASH PLENTY OF ROOM FOR EXPANSION. WONDERFUL LOCA NICE CB DUPLEX, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
TION. YOU MUST SEE THIS AT ONCEI)
WITH ONE BEDROOM LIVING ROOM DINING AREA
,
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CALL PEGGY MOORE Associated With
LARGE BAY FRONT LOT :
S"wall.d-SaSOO AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK

t f PARRISH REALTYPost FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM

Holmes Beach Lots, Close Office Plaza, Anna Maria .- Phone 778-1902 FISHING PIER. TERMS: 9000.1000 Down, $80 per
to Shopping Center $2,700
! EACH MONTH, OR $8,500 CASH I
GULFFRONT COTTAGE COURTSWE

OFFER TWO ADJOINING MODERN PROPERTIES .
-
LOT BUY OF THE WEEK ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MOTELS OR APARTMENTSWITH

I. 90 x 100 Canal Lot, Sea- ROOM FOR EXPANSION. EACH FRONTS FOR WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
wall.d and Paved Street AVAILABLEAlso
nth Str..t, Holmes Beach MORE THAN 200 FEET ON GULF OF MEXICO. WALKING .

$3,500 Cash DISTANCE TO SHOPPING CENTER,YACHT CLUB the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
,
'" AND MEDICAL CENTER. US FOR BUSINESS OfPORTUNITIES AND

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

HOME BUY OF THE WEEK Charlin Villas: SSS Listing 575

Before you make a depositon EIGHT TWO-BEDROOM AND TWO ONE-BEDROOM,
any property s.. This
. 2-Bedroom Homel Completely FULLY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING

Furnished-Dishes, silverware COTTAGES..............................................$160,000. I Walter S. Hardin
f -Everything Goesl
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Has a beautifully-landsca
ped, fenced-ln yard. Built. Playa Encantada: SSS Listing 574 Realty Company
in Electric kitchen.
Separate
Realtors
watering .y...... Large FOUR TWO-BEDROOM, FULLY FURNISHED AND

porch with privacy. Utilityroom EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES, $110,000.
with washer. Concrete *
driveway and -
carport. CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER.
Furniture was especially ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
made for the house. Owner
MAHAR REAL ESTATE
lived here only two years. 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
ANal bvy-ONLY $12,7501 7702 GULF. DRIVE ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
TERMS AVAILABLE FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307r
RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTOR LEO MAHAR, BROKER

PHONE ANNA MARIA 778.1159 .

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LEGAL NOTICES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER


ELECTION NOTICE J_" 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
will -------
The City of Anna Maria Florida
hold an election on Friday June 1, PROTHEROAPARTMENTS Mr. Mrs. George Marlow of Plant City
1962, to ltd a Commissioner to fill :
the vacancy loft by Jerome G. Attanasio, and Mrs.Harry Hummel of Pontiac, ...Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Butler of ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
who tendered his resignation as of May New Port Richey. ,
7. 1962. Mich...Mr and Mrs. E. H. Hen- ."
derson of Atlanta. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. C.
PETITIONS for candidates for office LANVIN
of Commissioner must be signed by tenUOquaUfiedelectorsand HUMMEL HOUSE: Mrs. Dorothy L. Destody of Peoria, Ill.. ..Mr.and'Mrs. YOUR MONEY CHANEL

( must be filed Karkhoff and of Holmes Edgar Russell of Cashiers, REVLON
with the City Clerk on or before 12:00 family
Noon, Monday, May 21, 1962. Beach. N. C...Mr.and Mrs.J. M. Smithof BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN

Residents of the City of Anna Maria, BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: Willowdale,Ont... Mr. and Mrs. WHITMAN
Florida, who are qualified to vote but of S. W. Blackwell of Ecorse, Mich. COMPLETE
and
C.
have never registered in the City may Mr. Mrs. James Bright
do so at the City Office on Pine Avenue Lakeland. .. .Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyrone of In-
and after May 11, 1962. The office f
on
is open daily except Thursday between TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. dianapolis.. .Millie and Sue Mit- 1 eo

the hour. of 9:00 A.M. and Noon. George Furbish of New Haven,Conn. chell of R us k i n. ..Mr. and Mrs.
Registration Book will be closed at Victor Tune of ..Mr. and LINE
Miami.
Noon on Saturday, May 19, 1962. ...Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Marshall of
Inverness...Mr. and Mrs. .Philip S. Mrs.Frank H. Mason of Lexington, IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
Gladys Dumaine of Ala. Mo...Mr. and Mrs. George Palmerof
CITY CLERK Murphy University,
$.10 & 17, '62 PALM COURT: Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Cleveland, Ohio. DRUG STORE Service
BAY BREEZE COURT: Mr. and
Burdeshaw and Mr. and Mrs.Emery
ORDINANCE NO. 97 Mrs. Vincent Kojak of Northbrook,
Walker of Okeechobee. Open Sundays ':30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE IU-
NO. 94, CLOSING CERTAIN EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.R. e e e .
WATERS IN AND AROUND HOLMES L. Carter of Roanoke, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chesbro have Phone 771.1411 Night 771.2075.J.. D. WEll, Pharmacist
BEACH, FLORIDA TO COMMERCIAL closed their real estate office on
FISHING. NOMAD MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. C.
Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach retir-
WHEREAS, fishing is in general prohibited L. Thompson of Timonium, Md... ,
in the channels of the ed and left for their home
navigable a trip to
coastal and inland waters of the Stateof Mr. and Mrs. F. Gertsch of Lathrup A GIFT For MOTHER
andWHEREAS city,Seattle, Wash. They have received -
Florida of
Village,Mich.. .R. S. Jones Alexandria -
the boat channel which special invitations,and will
Meeks of
..
runs under the bridge that connects the Va. Haywood
main island of Anna Maria and the small be entertained by the World's Fair
and
Washington, D. C... Mr Mrs.
island known as Key Royale (formerly Boosters Club. DRESSES .Misses & 1/2 Sizes
called School Key) is used regularly by Dwight Emanuelson of St. Peters- e .
small boats, and burg.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Henryof Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Alex -
WHEREAS, any cast-net fishing or Lakeland.
of Alex have been
Apartments DacronsVoiles"EyeletsLingerie
sport fishing from this bridge constitutes -
a menace to navigation in the chan- BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mrs. Alex' son and family of Cas-

nel, Mr. and Mrs. E. Champagne of selberry,Mr.and Mrs. Harvey Heu-
,
THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINEDBY
THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF Westfield, Mass...Mrs. Rose Cof- ring and children, and Mr. Alex' by KAYSER-ROTH
THE CITY OF HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA of Mass.
I fey Shrewsbury, son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

1. That Section 2 of Ordinance No. 94 WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Mrs. Stanley Kloss and children of
shall be amended by adding the following SPORTSWEAR & BEACHWEARWE
sentences and Mrs.Edwin Sullivan of Rochester Livingston, N. J.

"Provided however that all fishing, ,N.Y...Mr.and Mrs. John Vie- e e e

whether sport fishing, cast-net fishing, au and family of Villa Park, Ill. Mrs. Edith Bean of Kansas City, GIFT WRAP
or any other type of net fishing ,hallb*
prohibited at all times from the bridge ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and. Mo.,who has been visiting her sons,
connecting the main island of Anna Maria Mrs. O. W. Brassell and family of Frank and Al Dobbe and their fam-
with the island known
as Key Royale
formerly known as School Key). Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. ilies for two months,had as her guest

PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS Dinsmore and family of Mt. Dora here recently,Mrs. Elsie Kolander,
MAY 1, 1962.
/./ Harold M. Chapman President ...Mr. and Mrs. P a u 1 Pollard of also of Kansas City. They left the
Board of Aldermen Island this week to return to their
Apollo Beach.. .Sam Scalaro of Ta-
ATTEST /./ Pauline H. Archer '
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Layaway f
City Clerk mpa. homes. pF phone
APPROVED BY ME THIS 1ST DAY OF .
UAY,1962 MERRIMAC-ON-THE-GULF: Mr. Plan So3Ko ,.
Army NationalGuardLt. Col. Ed- f1R** ren /./ Carl F. Scott, Mayor
of New
and Mrs. W. H. Montag ward T. Henthorn of Shrewsbury, N.

York City.. .A. D. Gerberich and J., recently completed the aircraft IRENE CASSADY, OWNER

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance sister, Mrs. T. A. Carter Sr. of maintenance officer course at the

Va...Col and Mrs.
Pearisburg,
School Fort Eustis
Transportation ,
( Payment Required) Paul S. Lindberg and son Doug of Va. During the course Col. Hen- MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS

1.00 Inch; 50c minimum Falls Church, Va.. .Mr. and Mrs. thorn received instruction in the Ar-

W. B. Poage Jr. of Tampa. .Mr. my's latest techniques and doctrines JEWELRYHANDBAGSHATSCards
HELP WANTED:Girl to clean apart-
and Mrs. L. B. Battle of Kathleen.
used in aviation maintenance.Col. .
ments and general house work, 4
days a week. Steady. Must have S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. .Henthorn, son of E. A. Hen-

transportation and be willing to and Mrs.John M.Hubbard of Tam- thorn of Bradenton Beach, is a graduate by NORCROSS

work weekends. 2316 Gulf Drive, pa...Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wohl- of Seward Park High School,
Bradenton Beach. gemuth of Wadsworth, Ohio...Mr. REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
New York City,and of Bradley University -
LOST: Gold Charm bracelet with and Mrs.Wright of Toronto,Ont. Peoria, Ill RENTAL LIBRARY

one heart and one round charm. ...Mr. and Mrs. Royce L. Whiteof .:. Z-
Sentimental value. Reward. Call. Roser Guild MeetingThe f : The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. H. L;:: J J

7781061. Stark of Berkeley, N. J. Roser Memorial Church Guild Shirley and John Duytscnaver
.. YEARLY RENTALS: Furnished will meet at the home of Mrs. Hen-
apartment'on Gulf, Holmes Beach LAY-ZLIVN APARTMENTS:::
ry Clay of Spring Avenue, Anna
One bedroom, $75 per month. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Higgins and Mr*
Maria,at 1 p.m. Tuesday,May 15. IT.
WE HAVE
unfurnished 3-bedroom, 2-bath and Mrs. J. L. Coff of Lakeland..* ..
Each member is asked to take a
house in Holmes Beach. $115 per Fannie Rykert and friend of Gram I
month. ; picnic lunch, which will be served
Three bedroom furnished home Rapids,Mich... Dorothy Dibble anc 1 lout of doors.The program will feature FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
of Grand Mich.. .Mr
near Bay in Anna Maria. $115 per party Rapids, f Mrs. John Hood,a worker with
month. and Mrs. A. A. Miench and son oi f VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
the Manatee County Guidance Cen-
Other yearly and seasonal rentalsin Valrico..Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ter in Bradenton.

several price ranges. Walter S. Simpson and children of Tampa.. *
The center offers help to emotionally -
Hardin, Realtors. 7781010. Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Johnson anc I PHILCO AirconditionersNow
disturbed children and adults New
son of ..Mr. and Mrs. Cecil "
FOR SALE: '55 Ford 6 cylinder, Tampa. and Mrs. Hood's talk will be of interest -
std. shift E.Wiggins of Bartow...Mr. am
,
good motor. Only $100. to all. In StockALL
202 Bay Dr., Bradenton Beach.
After six Phone 7782142.ALTERATIONS .
SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
on all kinds of SIZES AND MODELS READY FOR DELIVERY-

clothing. Dressmaking. Drapes. COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY
m Mr,. Frank Reard. Phone 778-1431. GENERAL MASONRY

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE STARTING FROM 194.95AND UP

: Mowing, edging, trim-
ming. Floors cleaned and polished. Complete InstallationsWILLIAM ALSO USED AIR CONDITIONERS--$20! UP

Windows washed and oiled...

Prompt and efficient service... ISLAND TV
Reasonable rates-references fur- R. KERMODE '
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-
2894 after 430. ANNA MARIA 778-2557 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703

.
GET THE FACTS. Let us show you FIRE EXTINGUISHERSCOAST
how we have helped others to become -

ing Raleigh financially Products.independent Good local-sell- The Best GUARD Approved

ity now available in Manatee Co.

Write R awl eigh.Dept. FAD-501- Insurance Regular $16.95

Memphis, Tenn. .

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales ft SOT- I atq Always 21/2. Ib. Dry Chemical

ice Bradenton Beach Fire DepLFrmak

Beard. 7781431. For $11.95

HOME and Property Maintenance- Costs Less

Complete Service. PAT & MAX SUMnCC f )sifi/i/a Island Hardware
HUBER, Box 523, Anna Maria. UOUUe S
Phone 778-2143 or 778-1778. Holmes leach 771-1697 & Marine SupplyIf

SCOTT'S Turf Builder Fertilizer- or it'* General. Hardware or Hou*.wars or Garden Supplies *. have it-
7711544F.
Regular $4.95 bag for Only $3.95. or will get it for you 778-2811

Pegboards 4x8', ready to hang,
AUTHORIZED DEALER: Larson Boats, Scott & Evlnrudo
Only $10.95. Bennie's Furniture &

Appliance Bargain Center, Anna DAVID BOOZER, AGENT Motors, Murray Trollers.F. .
llaria.