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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 17, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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549 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1962 TEN CENTS


L ROBERT R. MOSES ANNA FIRST SERVICES HELD IN NEW GLORIA DEI CHURCH I

MARIA CANDIDATE Services in the new sanctuary of Organized in 1958, Gloria Dei

the Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran formally became a congregation of
'. A petition making Robert R. Mosesa
Church were held for the first time the Florida Synod of the United Lut-
candidate for the Anna Maria City
' Sunday. heran Church of America on Febr-
1 Commission in the special election
The imposing new building,erect- uary 1, and held its first service
of June 1, was filed with the Anna
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- ,, 3 ed on a three-acre triangular site at August 3 of that year at the Annie
Maria City Clerk Monday.
the intersection of Palm and Marina Silver Community Hall, where ser-
Until his retirement from active
, WII Drives,was designed by Victor Lun- vices have been held regularly until
participation in business, Moses was
and a directorof dy of Sarasota, an internationally completion of the new building.
secretary-treasurer of Minnea- acclaimed architect. A number o'f PasTor of the church is the Rev.
the Lavoris Company
the his churches have been featured editorially Frank E. Lyerly, who came to the t
polis, which is now owned by
\ in such publications asARCHITECTURALRECORDandAR Island 1958 from Maiden, N. C. 1
Vick Chemical Co.
1 establish the Lutheran
to help new
A pharmacist by profession, sales
CHITECTURAL FORUM, and rece- mission group.In .
his
and professional promotions were
. assignments with the company. ntly he was commissioned by the commenting the new edifice
t State Department to work on selec- recently, he said the trend among

I ted foreign embassy buildings.Cost Lutheran churches now is to depart
I
# I_ of the land, building and from the conservative and tradition-

equipment totaled approximately buildings, which he feels had become -

$175,000, with Stanley A. Lujackof "over-Gothic" in design.

Bradenton, well known area Newer Lutheran Churches purposely -
.
: F builder, the general contractor. have been designed in a more

J Normal seating capacity of the modern architectural style, as expressing -

church will be 296, with an over- better the Lutheran faith,

flowseating capacity of 200 to 250 which he called "alive and dyna-

available by using the parish hall, mic."

y H which can be opened into the sanc- Pastor Lyerly said the triangular
'
tuary by recessing sliding doors. design is symbolic of the Holy Trin

Two educational wings which are ity, an important tenet of the Luth-
Yh included in the plans will be addedat Contlnued
I ( on Page 5)
a later date. In addition to the

church proper and the parish ball, ISLAND PLAYERS NAMED TO

the includes a
present building pas- ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
tor'sstudy, a sacristy and a general

meeting or conference room. Two Island members of the Man-

Heating and cooling will be done atee High School Baseball Team,

ROBERT R. MOSES by an electrically operated central Bob Hawkins and Rick Hutchinson, '

heat p system. this week ,were named.to the All-
Moses is vice president and a dir- .. Normal procedure for congrega- Western Conference Team. |I

ector of the Island Bank, and has GROUND BREAKING ceremony at site of Island's Gloria Dei Evangelical tions in the United Lutheran Churchis Hawkinsis Manatee's regular first

been active in the Anna Maria Power Lutheran Church (upper right), with, left to right, the Rev. FrankE. to build the parish hall first, but baseman,and Hutchinson the regu-

Squadron. Boating is one of his Lyerly, pastor of Gloria Dei, the Rev. W. Baxter Weant of Tampa, an exception was made for the local lar center fielder.

hobbies. director Home Missions for the United Lutheran Church of America, group, only the sixth such exception Both shave played at Manateefor

Mr. and Mrs. Moses vacationed I[and Mayor Pete Niles of Holmes Beach wielding shovel. Services were to the rule in the past ten three years, and this year both

on the Island from 1948 until they held for the first time Sunday in completed church, upper left. Lower years, allowing the building of the wound up the season with identical

moved to Anna Maria in 1958 to picture shows part of handsome interior of church. (Islander Photos) church first.ISLAND .415 batting averages, definite factors -

I make their permanent home. They in helping win the Conference

I reside on Tarpon Street. C OF C MEETING THURSDAYA KIWANIS SPEAKERS STUDENTS HONORED championship.

Both are intensely civic minded, regular meeting of the Island Scheduled speakers at,the meet- Several Island students at Mana Hutchinson also won recognitionfor

and Mrs. Moses has been active in Chamber Commerce will be heldat ings of the Island Kiwanis Club are tee High School this week were inducted football, being named to the

4 both garden clubs on the Island andis the Island School cafeteria at 8o'clock Ivan H. Dim of Holmes Beach this into the Manatee High Chapter All-Western Conference Team last :

j now helping promote an Island Thursday evening, May 17. week;Manatee County Sheriff Ken of the National Honor Society. season, when he was one of the cir-

4 beautification program. Gross on May 23, and Dr. Joseph They were: Denice Barolo, Robert cuit's high scoring ends. ,
They have two grown daughters, LIONS LADIES' NIGHT Duke of Bradenton on May 30. Conn, Carl Duncan, David Ehren- Bob Hawkins last year was chosen

one a resident of Minneapolis, and The Island Lions Club has planneda Dim will show colored slides takenon zeller, Robert Hawkins, Geraldine Manatee's most valuable player and 1

the other of Framingham, Mass. Ladies' Night at its next meetingat various trips;Gross will tell some Lowe, Janna Rae Judy and Sharon awarded a trophy for that honor. I

Mr. and Mrs. Moses are members the Holmes Beach Yacht Club, of the activities of the Sheriff's office Lee. This is the second season in a row i

of thJ>"Episcopal Church of The An- with members, wives and guests in- and Dr. Duke will talk about S Island players have won places on j
Another Island student, Dianne
.4 nunciation.rA vited. A program planned by Ted the proposed Medicare Program and the mythical all-conference teams
second
Bell won a place
vacancy on the Anna Maria CityCommission'was Tripp will be followed by dancing. related subjects. recently Danny Barolo having been named
award with an oil painting in the
created by.the resignation Activities will start at 7 p.m. to both football and baseball all-
last week of Commissioner American Association of UniversityWomen's
TEMPLIN WINS CAP conference teams last year.
Jerome G. Attanasio, who was elec- WINS BOWLING TOURNAMENTBill state contest.
PROMOTIONH. .
ted in February to a two year term Thibodeau, son of Mr. and work is
Island students whose being ANTI-MQSQUITO FUND
on the commission. Mrs. George Thibodeau of 72nd J. Templin, commander of the shown in an arts and crafts show at

At a special meeting of the com- Street, recently won a Junior Boys Island CAP Squadron, last week received the school are: Sharon Hoe k s tr a, CONTRIBUTORS
mission last week, June 1 was the Club bowling tournament at Rip Van his commission as major in Connie Beehler and
Jeanne
Dryden, Contributors last week to the AMI
.____date set for a special election. Winkle Bowladrome, turning in a the Civil Air Patrol organization.The Dianne Bell in the arts section, and Anti-MosquitoFundwere: Joseph F.
The for Moses was signedby of 170. commission was signed by the
petition
six-game average Zimmer and Jerry -
Patty Jayne Larry White, James C. Cochran, Ivan H.
32 residents. He will participate in a tournament CAP National Commander, Brig.
Ingram in the crafts section Dim, M. J. Niles, W. H. Bristow,
ar Cape Canaveral June 16, Gen. Stephen McElroy, and by Col.
Paul H. Frick Max H. Cooler
ROBERT B. CONWAY and winners of that event will take Joseph Moody, commander of the BOWLING LEAGUE BANQUET :
Annie B. Ward, Charles Malizia,.
Robert B. Conway, 78, of 759 part in a national tournament in Florida Wing of the CAP. The annual banquet for membersof A. H. Goetschius, Vera Kin 1 e I!
North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, Washington, D. C. in July. The Templin has been active in the teams in the Island Bowling Lea- Lois Hicks and Russell y

died at Memorial Hospital, Bradenton events are sponsored by the Amer-' Civil Air Patrol for six years, and gue and their wives will take placeat For those who wish to Briggs.contribute,

Monday, May 14. ican Junior Bowling Congress. organized the local squadron. the Bradenton Country Club at but have not yet done so, checks

Born in Boardmanville, N. Y., _- _._ 7:30 Saturday evening May 19. made out to AMI AntiMosquitoFund
he had vacationed on the Island for Awards and money prizes for high be
may sent or given to C. E.
from his homein players and teams will be
15 winters, coming scoring Brewer at the Island Bank.

Staten Island, N. Y.Beforehistetirementhe. ___ I I distributed.
was an executive -

of the Socony-Vacuum Oil Interesting water 4il ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
1p )
Company. front scene on the

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Eleanor Bay side of the Island Ttnp.ratur.. Water Rainfall
L. Conway of Staten Island; two in Bradenton
Sam Noon 6pm High
sons, Robert Conway of Staten Island Beach. Picturewas j
and Frank K. Conway of Weston C taken by wandering May 8--74 80 78 85 80 None

Conn., and four grandchildren.Funeral camera- May 9--75 80 76 86 80 None

services took place Wednesday man,Rene Redon. May 10--76 86 74 84 79 None

afternoon at Griffith-Cline May 11--78 86 80 88 80 None

Island Chapel, with the Rev. Rich- May 12--78 86' 82 90 80 None'
''' 13--76 88 78 92 81 1.05
ard K. Wiggins, pastor of the Roser May
Memorial Community Church of- May 14--74 89 80 94 81 None

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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ON AND OFF THE RECORD ,


TELEPHONE 778.2021 l ease frfrw EDITOR'S NOTE: The following a copy of G. J. FitzGerald's ,

By THE EDITORAs "On And Off The Record" column of May 7 in the Montreal Gaz-

Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL the column ette, immediately after "Fitz" and his wife returned to Montreal
a suggestion--if ,
News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL @ "On And Off The Record, which is after spending a week on the Island. It will serve Manatee County -

the residents as a peek into a looking glass, to see themselves asa
reproduced right--appeals to I
Moll Address: Anna Marla, Florida
you, why not clip it and send it long-experienced reporter and editor sees them and the County.

Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in along to a friend or friends who may Fitz is a career newspaperman, columnist and editor. He has writ-

advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. be interested in the Island or the ten a daily column for The Gazette more than 13 years, and also

Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for area? It seems to be a fair appraisalof holds the positions of Photo and Feature Editor and Travel and

six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. the area by a competent observer. Resort Editor. The Gazette has a circulation of approximately
National placed advertising $1.25 column inch.
or agency per .
125,000.
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CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn DIET MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA, regards itself as the fastestgrowing -

Independent weekly published every Thursday by No more sundaes, no more pies area on the Sunshine State's West Coast, and if the claim is a bit

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida No more succulent French fries, all-embracing, the county must still be regarded as one of the most

1 aggressive in a state which is bulging at the seams, Bradenton, the
No more chicken, crisply fried, I
Entered as second class matter under the Act of Match 3,1879. county seat, is the hub of an area developing like wildfire industriallyand
No more doughnuts on the side,
visitor-wise. Nearby are gigantic developments spawned by Arthur
No more pancakes, deep in butter,
Throw away the cookie cutter Vining Davis'Arvida group, putting in housing developments as quickly '

like as they can be built. Gulf-front sector of the county is Anna Maria
Concentrate on things spinachFor
WOOD On ErosionBeach to make your weight diminach, Island, which could be termed a south outpost of the Eastern Townships,

Celery and lots of lettuce since two of its most active motel-resort operators have roots in Que- ,
bec's Eastern
erosion is a worldwide problem, and to people living in aI' Stewed tomatoes should abet us, Townships. *

near-sea-level area, it must be a continual matter of concern. And As we struggle, as we suffer, Connected to the mainland by a long causeway, Anna Maria Islandis

i I' the residents of the Island are not exceptions. What, than dieting, is rougher? a narrow key or island, paralleling the mainland for some five or

I Erosion always has been a matter of paramount importance here, six miles; a community unto itself and probably the most progressive-

and particularly so since settlement of the Island accelerated the cutting But one needs no set of rules, minded resort area thereabouts. Former Temiscouta M.P. JeanPaulSt.

I of mangrove trees and other natural barriers to erosion. Diet lists are made for fools, Laurent plans this fall to add 12 units to the 13-unit Nomad Motel

Last week, Sydney Makepeace Wood of Groveland, a widelyrecognized This is all you need to know, which he bought in 1959. The E. T. link is that his roots go back to

I expert on beach stabilization, reported to the Manatee County As through dreary days you go Compton. The other link is that a former Sherbrooke resident, Gerry I

Commission and other interested persons, on a study of the erosion Though you try your best to beat it, McManamy, owns the Merrimac On The Gulf cottage setup, also on

problems of the Island and the Manatee County section of Longboat Key.In If it TASTES good, you can't eat it! the Island. These, of course, are not the only ones there; but they I

the report, Mr. Wood outlined the general problem of beach Anonymous. certainly are two of the most attractive setups. The Island is a com

erosion, designated certain areas of the Gulf and Bay shores as critical, t plete entity, physically and politically. It even has a formerMontrealbutcher

and made recommendations for correction of existing conditions.A who knows how to cut and trim to perfection the rib steaks
The Hermit of Chautauqua Hills, .
I thorough study of the Wood report reveals it to be straightforwardi which are just about the best barbecuing beef available.
a new contributor to THE ISLANDER, I
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i uncomplicated. It is not written in terms difficult for the average
who writes editorials in verse for One of the area's stressed selling points is, that with the rest of the
person to read and understand. And to a non-expert on erosion it makes
,I a lot of sense. several western New York newspa- West Coast, it gets up to 25 per cent more hours of sunshine than areas ,

pers, shows on his letterhead, his further eastward. the is last week all
Certainly sun hot--84-range day
Some of the significant passages in the report follow: "A sea front
winter address as Anna Maria, along day--and the sun to in the skies than the
seems
property can be regarded as in a reasonably safe condition only where every linger longer on
with the following quatrain: state's east coast. It was blistering hot one day on the Gulf of Mexico
there is a wide beach with a dune area which is several feet higher than ,
highest water. This dune area takes the place of an artificial seawall, I've always respected the wisdom of just about a mile off Longboat Pass, where the kingfish were hitting f

birds, the live bait trolled behind Capt. Bill Davis' SKIPPER II. Bill
or it should be stated conversely that the sea wall represents an effortto Capt.
offset the lack of a high dune area. This latter adjusts itself to an Enjoying their singing without any has fished a number of Montrealers and Canadians, including T.C.A.
words. P.R. Rod MacInnes; Tom Wheeler of the Lac Ouimet Club Jim Oastler
onslaught the sea. With no complete rebuff of waves there is no sus- ;
Since wisdom is spoken by mind and Mel Jack of Ottawa and Marshall Yarrow of
tained velocity and scour with loss of beach. ; formerly Ottawa.He .

"It has been recognized for many years that if we are to exercisein through the mouth, ( wants to know when they're coming down for tarpon fishing.) On

safety the privilege of living close to such a powerful entity as the I hear birds" advise me: "In Wintergo that day last week, 13 kings, four mackerel and a bonita succumbedto

South. the wiles of Mr. St. Laurent, Mrs. Frances and this bak-
sea, we must possess some assurance there is nothing to fear in time Livingston

of heavy wind and storm. It is very natural that to the inexperiencedthe Editorials by The Hermit" can be ing angler. .

first is to solid wall of steel wood concrete found in THE ISLANDER.. BUFFALO
impulse provide a or ------ -- ---- --- --- "1
Every second person meet, and often in that
DUNKIRK OBSERVER you everyone parti-
COURIER-EXPRESS
between his buildings and the sea. In other words a sea wall is order- ,
cular part of Florida is interested in real estate, either buying,
selling
ed and built. But experience over the years in all parts of the world, CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY
Muchofthat real estate is created the
accumulating. artificially by
where a trial has been made, is that where erosive conditions already ADVERTISER and some lesser pub-
dredging of channels to give water-access to homes of which a boat
exist, and the wall is thus subject to direct wave action, scour at its lications.
CC and a swimming pool are as much expected as a furnace and insulating
base takes place and it is only a matter of time before destruction of
in colder latitudes. Manatee County'swaterfront of both fresh and salt
the wall follows. Last week we reported that Harry
water is more than 150 miles long, a telling attraction where water-
"For quick result following treatment by the method of Increasing Varley would address a charter night
access is highly desirable from almost point of view. The
Permeability in groyne construction, it is recommended that one of banquet on the subject, "Ladies I any county
has resisted unrestricted and has
the groynes to be built at once would be at the center of the Public Have Met." Our information came development imposed sensible zoning
regulations which ensure ample in which to live and Its
(Manatee County)Beach. This structure should have a width at its top from a release issued by the High space move.

of about eleven feet and a length of about 350 feet. The change in the Twelve Club, the organization having center, Bradenton, is contemplating reclaiming 40 acres along its river
waterfront for a recreation area at a cost of $400 000 the uni-
hard-by
beach will follow almost as rapidly as the construction. As the deck the banquet. This week we havea ;
que Florida Message Center which is the hub of its visitor interest.Thiscenterisopen24hours .
can be equipped wi ladders, umbrellas, and other devices, its recreational release saying the title was in error .

appeal is obvious. There would be no need to remove the incor- and that Mr. Varley used as his
a day, 365 days a year; and every tour-
rectly designed groynes already in place as they would soon be largely title, "Worn I Have Known, saying ist is welcome to stop at any time of the day or night, pick up his mail
covered sand because of new work." "some of them were not ladies. "
up by deposited there
receive messages and leave messages for others. It is under the
In any evaluation of the report, some consideration must be given active guidance of Duncan Wathen, a former Saint John, N.B. resi-
the man making the report. That Wood's installations have been successful Be well-informed, Read The
dent
Islander. now operator of a nearby motel; was conceived by him and Mr.
under conditions has been well substantiated
widely varying by St. Laurent just over a year ago and is operated by the local Chamberof
innumerable and from of the officials -
statements
reports photos, plus some
Commerce. Last week's devaluation of the Canadian dollar wasn'tgood
for whom he has worked.
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC news to the hustling visitor-caterers of Manatee County and else-
Financial gain? For the $2,000 fee to be paid to Mr. Wood, he has
Licensee Electrical Contractors where, but they took it in full stride. They feel that what they haveto
included plans for constructing the permeable groin, so that if his plan
Slipper and Pise Streets offer more than outweighs the added cost. And after seeing what
for the Beach is he stands little buta
stabilizing County adopted, to earn
Electric Wiring FixtsresL they have, it is a bit difficult to do other than agree with them
modest consultant's fee--if that. Plans call for construction of the
(ROY) FERGUSON 1
groin by the County Engineering Department.As Day 778-2143 Phones Nit. 778-2059 ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
we see it--Mr. Wood's principal gain if a permeable groin or
pier were built here would be whatever satisfaction he would derive MAY --HIGH- -LOW-

from having a successful Wood-engineered installation in his home 17 Thur. 10,07 a.m. 1.6 11128 p.m. 1.0 3:3T a.m. 0.3 4:46 p.m.0.3 :
18 Fri. 10a29 a.m. 1.8 ---.---.-.- 3:57 a.m. 0.5 5:23
than the
state--nearer home Bahamas or the Great Lakes. p.m.0.5
19 Sat. 12a13 a.m. 0.9 10a5. a.m. 1.9 4:19 a.m. 0.6 6:02 p.m.0.6

20 Sun. 1102 a.m. 0.9 11.22 a.m. 2.0 4:38 a.m. 0.7 6:43 p.m..0.7

21 Mon. 1.56 a.m. 0.8 11.55 a.m. 2.1 4:51 a.m. 0.7 7:29 p.m.0.8

Potted Rose BushestZ' 22 Tue. 3.02 a.m. 0.8 12.33 p.m. 2.1 ":"7 a.m. 0.7 8:18 p.m.0.8
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In Bloom and Bud p.m. ------ 11:08 p.m.0.6
ATs 26 Sat. 7.56 a.m. 1.1 ,39 p.m. 1.5 10:50 a.m. 1.0 .....___.......
YOURSTORE 27 Sun. 8:07 a.m. 1.2 6a15 p.m. 1.3 12:05 a.m.0. 12:32 p.m. 0.8 ..
28 Mon. 8:26 a.m. 1." 7.19 1.1 12:56
p.m. a.m.0.2 1:54 0.4
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SEE WHAT YOU ARE BUYING .
29 Tue. 8:50
a.m. 1.6 9,17 p.m. 1.0 1:42 a.m. 0.0 3:00 p.m. 0.1
OR 30 Wed. 9.17 a.m. 1.7 10..1 p.m. 1.0 2:23 a.m. 0.2 3:55 p.m.0.2 \

QUALITY AT 31 Thur. 9..6 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--r odd seven minutesreading. to high tide reading'
YOURDOOR and odd one hour, six minute to low tide .

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i May 17, 1962 THE ISLANDER '3

HIGH TWELVE CLUB ... c>' ,...

The speaker at the regular Wed- __ 1
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the Island High Twelve Club on May '- ". ..fIA. .
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celebrated Monday evening, .,.. Y
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with more than 100 members and ". 'JS.. .a.. .' 11 .. ,' .
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guests enjoying a dinner at the Gulf 0 .. \ _a. 8' 1"..! i,,Iifi :
Terrace. Members of High Twelve "" ... ,. .,' .. ...._-,: .,ill.. ';.J."! .
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Clubs of St. Petersburg and Clearwater ... ."" .....i. .- ..' 0 .:
were among the guests. ,." f". ,
Speaker of the evening was Harry "O' :.* .
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Profusely blossoming gardenia bush at canalside home on 74th Streetof i
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauman. (Islander Photo) r


I ACTIVITIES AT ROSER at Roser Church will be held from 4.

The Spring Camp Program of Ros- June through, with the themeto ., ,.,yGYeMy Yi M1itr
er Memorial Community Churchwill be "The Bible." .
end this week when a numberof a *
families of the church will part- A regular Fellowship Supper will
HCiAsfS BEAN ':2, { icipate in an overnight family retreat be served at Roser Church at 6 p.m. :
"YACHTCLUB. ; at Camp Florida in Limona. Sunday May 20, following which, --
I t Ij The retreat, the first of its the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wigginswill
I j family Members of the St. Petersburg Power Squadron lunching at the Holmes
x type, will expand the camping pro- present a program based on their Beach Yacht Club recently and some of their boats in which they
of the church to include all recent attendance at the seminar in
gram cruise to the Island. Squadron Commander Bob McCullam led tithe
ages from the youngest children to Columbus, Ohio. trip to the Island. (Islander Photos)
their parents. --z
Three retreats for the youth of the
church have been held this spring, PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES RATED EXCELLENT BY FLORIDA HOTEL COMMISSIONOur

*; i with more than 60 young people TELEVISION luxury accommodations 1
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Page 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, May 17, 1962
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LEGAL NOTICES made the scene at the pier when
Let's GoFishing
.. INVITATION TO BID Capt. Sonny Davis brought in the

Sealed bids for repairing of approximately ADMIRAL with a fine catch of nice
200 feet of Bar Boulevard, will be
opened at the regular meeting of the large grouper some of them goingas
Anna Maria City Commission, Anna S high as 35 pounds.
Maria Florida June 4, 1962. with bidsto
be received at the City Office until Top catches aboard the ADMIRALSfor k.JTht'
12tOO Noon June 4, 1962. Details and the week follows. Sunday: Mor- i
specifications of work to be done can
be obtained from City Clerk. Commission ris Batcheller Bradenton 15 1/2 : r .
retains the right to reject any or pound grouper;Judy Calwell of Sar- v
all bids. Spring is here for keeps now, with ,
asotaandElmerClemmens of Braden -
Gladys Duma in., the annual of the
roundup St.
tarpon
City Clerk ton were tied each with a 14 lb. ;
Anna Maria Florida Petersburg Jaycees getting under black grouper. frt

way over the past weekend. And it 3'' i i8Y +
INVITATION TO BID Monday: Gayle Cross Nokomis
had not been long under whenwe
The Board of Commissioners of the way 24 pound grouper;Harry Main, New
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will receive were summoned for the first time
sealed bids at the City Office until York City 14 pound grouper, and
this take
season to a of
Noon, Monday, June 4. 1962, from licensed picture one Robert King Bradenton, 12 pounder.
install less of the Silver the
contractors to not Kings--perhaps one tip
Tuesday: BillAugsberger, Bradenton -
than thirty-six (36) prestressed concrete to win the $100 for "first "
caught.
pilings, 8" x 8" x 24' in length, to be 14 pound grouper, and Doc
plac.d under the building at the .nd of Neil Ulrey and Wally Lawrence of
Dixon of Sarasota a 12 3/4 pounder.Wednesd.1y .
the Pi.r.Commia.ion
City
from smallish
Sarasota fishing a
Allen of Miles
: Harry ..
retains the right to rej.ctany r x y
outboard boat in 127 lb.
a
or all bids. brought City Mont., 22 pound grouper; J. S
Gladys Dumaine beauty to the dock at Charters, Inc.
Clerk H.Stark of Sarasota, 19 pound black
City Ulrey caught the 62 inch tarpon at Dr. John Deem of Holmes Beach and
5/17 & 24. &2INVITATION grouper and L. K. Souder Brad-
TO BID 6:45 in that part of Palma Sola Bay enton, 12 1/2 pound grouper.It jj1Sjjjsjjjj two cobia he caught last week while I
,called the "Gold Fish Bowl." According fishing from his own boat in the Gulf.
The Board of Commissioners of the i was the ADMIRAL TOO on Thur-
City of Anna Maria Florida, will receive to the two men, the fish sday: Jim Bruney, Cortez 18 pound IIr ...&.- Larger of the fish weighed in at 25
sealed bids at the City Office until -
Noon, Monday, June 4, 1962, from licensed jumped four times and took 45 min- grouper; and W. Ervine of Los An- Neil Ulrey of Sarasota with 127 lb. pounds and was 40 inches long. Dr.

t Shuffleboard contractors Court according to install to one the following ((1)- utes to land. (See e e picture.. ) geles a 15 pound black grouper. tarpon which he caught in Palma Deem used spinning tackle and light

J..t.J specifications.Overall Friday: Lucille DeVaulde of Lin- Sola Bay at 6:45 a.m. Sunday, May line in catching his first fish "to I
of 72nd and
Dr. John Deem Street
' length 52'-0" width, 6'-0". ton. Ind. 32 pound grouper; Doc 13. the opening day of the St. Pet- amount anything" in his two yearson
.. installed over firm l.v.l b.d (believe no the Island Medical Center joined the"fraternity" "
fill r.quir.d); 5" of concrete ((1 part cement last and became, Dixon 28 pound grouper and F. H. ersburg Jaycees Tarpon Roundup and the Island and is now a con-

2 parts sharp sand, 3K parts 3/4" week Wagener of Lincoln Neb. and Dr. weighed in at Charters, Inc. one firmed fisherman." His fishing
rock or gravel); 6 gallons water to bag "confirmed fisherman by catching -
of c.m.nt. O. B. Pavlin of Bradenton Beach, of the official weighing stations. coach was neighbor Gayle Michael.
real old of cobia
a granddaddy a
1 Twelve(12)-V4"steel( rods lengthwise, tied for third, each with a 24 pound The silver beauty measured 62 in.. (Islander Photo)
that the scales 25 .
at
tipped pounds.He
..
wire h. Float
spaced equally and m black was 40 inches in girth and took 45
well, and hand-trowel smooth and level. caught the cobia and its grouper.
At each end Install stop, a 1" x 3" younger Saturday: Earl Alexander of Lakeland minutes to land. Ulrey and his fishing FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
board recessed extending 1" above surface brother on light spinning tackle SUPPLIES
18 1/2 pound grouper; C. J. companion, Wally Lawrence
of court.
and when we stopped by a little later -
On outer side of court, lay 3" slab 1" Meiers of Orlando and Mary Alexander reported the fish jumped four times. The Bradenton
to take a picture of doctor and l
below surface of finished court 24" 12 1/2 pound grouper each, The catch was made in the part of Office Equipment Co.
wide, pitched to drain with ramp at ends fish, the good doctor was still walk "
6' long, sloped up to level of court.If ing about three feet off the ground., and Kay Adams of Tampa a 12 and the Bay called the "Goldfish Bowl. 530 13th St. BRADENTON

further details are necessary see a 9 1/2 pound grouper. Kay was a (Islander Photo)
courts in the City of Anna Uaria. aboard the ADMIRAL
Bottom fishing from the Cortez; guest Saturday

any Commission or all bids.retains the right to reject deep-sea party boats is as usual-- and is a singer on the Ernie Lee show '

Gladys City Clerk Dumaine very good. Sunday afternoon we: over Tampa Station WTVT. Vii\ Inufrc Sands

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Ownership of BAY AREA INSURANCEis
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CHURCHESHARVEY CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION BECOMES PARISHThe GLORIA DEI CHURCH... MELLIN-LONG ENGAGEMENT

MEMORIAL CHURCH Island's Episcopal Church of the church were held in July, 1952 (Continued from Page 1)) ANNOUNCED

(Non- .. I) The Annunciation early this month with the first adults confirmed at a eran faith. The building has the altar -

Bradenton Beach became a separate parish of the service at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the pulpit and the baptismalfont

, Rev. A. W. Subs Episcopal Diocese of South Florida, George Harris, and the first children in the center of the church, under Il

SUNDAY: gaining the change in status from a ata service at the home of Mr. and the 65 foot steeple.
9:30 a.m.Sunday School. mission church only a week before Mrs. Robson.its Building committee for the project

10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. tenth anniversary. By November, Father Kniveton was headed by Dr. Edgar Huth, and t

MISSION Services of the church were first and his parishioners were holding included William B. Lee, Ralph M.

"BERNARD held on May 11, 1952 at the Island parts of their services in three diff- Kendall, Lester Parker, Mrs. HelenB.
/i6Z: IU:\. FRAsci+ I. WELSMILUK
YouthCenter, the former Island Elerent locations Church School at Lark, PaulEndriss, Miss LorraineLee

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. ementary School on Magnolia Avethe Youth Center, Sunday services Ralph Kleinbeck and Gordon 4
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. nue. at the Anna Maria Community Hall, Johnston, who is church treasurer. ;3a k # r
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., The church council includes Har-
i
WEDNESDAYS 7:30 p.m. Rosary: and Benediction.T 1 qtr lit... old Baker, Earle Cromer, William I : i!
Endriss, Johnston, Kleinbeck, Miss
rwT Lee, Mrs. Vernon H. Lamp, Mrs.
I ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
I REV. LEE RATLI.... Pat tor U'y Melvin Miller and George Schenck.
Other former members, who were
THURSDAY:
active in planning the project,
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams.
FRIDAY: 0M were Mrs. Edward Johnson, Mrs.
6:30 p.m. Mother & Daughter Y John E. Holmes Sr. and Dr. Huth.
Banquet.
SUNDAY: left the Island to become vicar of a
MISS ANN ELIZABETH MELLIN
I 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. multi-island parish in the Bahamasand
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. was succeeded as vicar by the
\1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Mellin of
5:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, who became
Oak Avenue, Anna Maria, have
6:30 Worship Service.
j p.m. rector of the church when it reached
I I 7:30 p.m. Youth Recreation Hour. announced the engagement of their
the status of a parish.
MONDAY: daughter, Ann Elizabeth, to Lt.
Before coming to the Island, Father -
6:30 p.m. R.A. Melvin H. Long, son of Mrs. EvelynB.
Lowe was Vicar of St. Johns
TUESDAY: Long of Washington, D. C.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Episcopal Church in Brooksville for
T Miss Mellin graduated from Man-
WEDNESDAY: two years; Dean of Christ Church
7:30 Baptismal Service at atee High School, and attended
p.m. Cathedral in the Falkland Islands,
First Baptist Church, Bradenton. The Rev. GeraldK. Lowe, now rector of the Island's Episcopal Churchof and rector of a church in Downs- Manatee Junior College. She grad-
9:00 p.m. Chapel Choir. The Annunciation, pictured recently in the attractive church garden. ville, N. Y. uated from Miami Springs Airline

(Islander Photo) Mostrecentexpansion of the phy- School, and currently is employedby
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominutionol Eastern Airlines, stationed in
( ) After the organization of the par- and morning prayer services at St. sical plant of the church was the Washington.Lt. .

I Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor ish in March of that year, plans for Michael's Chapel, which had been completion and dedication in October Long graduated from Anacostia

I THURSDAY an active church group quickly became converted from a garage at the Vi- 1959, of a large new vicarage, High School in Washington, and

I 7:30 p.m.:Sr. Choir Rehearsal. a reality. Seventy-nine per- car's home on the Gulf at the end which also made available more from the U. S. Naval Academy in
sons petitioned the Rt. Rev. HenryI. of Spring Lane. space for use as a parish house.
and
FRIDAY: Family Retreat. 1961 was commissioned in the
,I SUNDAY: Louttit, Bishop the diocese, for The next year was a busy one for Now, as an independent parish, U. S. Marine Corps. He is now attending -
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. approval of the establishment of a the young church, and a new build- the Church of The Annunciation is a course for artillery offi-

10:00 a.m. Sunday School. mission church on the Island. ing west of Gulf Drive at 45th a monument to those pioneers who cersattheU. S. Marine Corps Base,

11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Destiny of the young organizationwas Street, was dedicated 'by the Rt. had the courage and faith to under- Quantico, Va.

6:00 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Fellowship Dinner.Youth guided through its infancy by a Rev. Martin J. Bram, Suffragan Bishop take establishment of a new churchon A fall wedding is planned.
Fellowship.p.m. steering committee headed by Mrs. of the diocese, on September the Island.

George Harris, and which had as other 13.
6:30 p.m. Program by Rev. & Mrs.
Richard K. Wiggins. members, A. H. Robson, Wil- Included in the new building werea
MONDAY: liam K. Hathaway, Mrs. W. R. chapel, vicarage and parish hall. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

3:00 p.m. Membership Class. Kermode and Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell. Land for the church was given by
8:00 p.-: *.Circle 7, Roser Guild. First vicar of the new church was Mrs. Alexander Carleton. TWO LOCATIONS -

WEDNESDAY:, the Rev. Burket Kniveton, who for Early in 1956, Father Kniveton
1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
10:00 a.m.-2: the first few months, d i v ide d his I
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7:00 Scout No. 7.
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( months, however, he moved to the s !

GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCH Island duties here.to devote all his time to his c: NOWIS

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Pare 6 THE [ Tlmrsd.y. May 17, 1962

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INTERMEDIATE BASEBALLAll INSURANCE AGENCY MOVES .r f
HOME ON Boulevard, Anna
Bay
IslanderF. David Boozer this week
boys 13 and 14 years old who moved the insurance form- Maria, purchased last week by Mr.
are interested in playing league agency and Mrs. F. J. Tapanes of Biscayne .
erly known as Stanley Insuranceinto
baseball this summer are asked to new quarters in the north sec- Avenue, Davis Island,Tampa, from --
report for practice at the ball field Mrs. Carrie Drew, formerly of Anna
tion of the Island Shopping Center,
; at the Island Youth Center Wed- Maria. The transaction was negot-
where he will continue to operateit
nesdayandFriday evenings at 7:30. iated by Mrs. Peggy Moore, an associate -
Area Insurance.
Longboat Key boys will be welcome. as Bay of PARRISH REALTY, Anna :
The present staff of the agency,
Maria. Mr. and Mrs. Tapanes will J2
; Mrs. Arthur Evans and Mrs. Herbert :: e
:
r use the home for vacations and
Meeker, will continue to work for
the agency. weekends. (Islander Photo)

Boozer who has been associatedwith

p Stanley Insurance, has been a '-. .,.
resident of Holmes Beach for four

years, moving here from Chicago. GULFSIDEhome at 3112 Avenue F, -
Before moving here he was employed Holmes Beach, purchased recentlyby
by the Firestone Tire & Rubber Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Andrewsof '

Company. Tilton, N. H. from Mr. and Mrs. f': 'ilhi'-

Active in local affairs, Boozer is Raymond V. LaFountaine, formerlyof

b lCC vice president of the Island Kiwanis Holmes Beach, now living in F
Club, secretary of the Island Power Boca Raton. The transaction was t

Squadron and chairman of the Boardof handled by Dick Wagner, Realtor.

Directors of the Island Youth Mr. and Mrs. Andrews will use the --

Center. property as their winter home. (Islander -

Photo)
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP

Professor Byron E. Sigler, head of REAL ESTATE SALE RALPH 0. WILLIAMS Nancy Simms of Columbus, Ohio;

the Department of Speech at Man- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kermode of Ralph O. Williams, 48, 523 St. a sister, Mrs.Neva Strawser,Delaware -

atee Junior College, will present a Holmes Beach recently purchased a Jude's Drive, Longboat Key, diedat Ohio; two half-brothers,
series of dramatic and poetic readings lot in Island Cedars Subdivision, his residence, Tuesday, May 8. Robert and William Arthur of We-

at the meeting of the Manatee Anna Maria, from the Miller and Born in Columbus, Ohio, he had sterville, Ohio.
I Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hackney interests.The sale was han- lived in Holmes Beach two years Services were held at Griffith-

ion Sunday, May 20, at the regular dIed by Gertrude Blassingame, Real- before moving to Longboat Key six Cline Island Chapel Saturday afternoon -

10:30 a.m. service. weeks ago. He was a carpenter. ,with the Rev.Thad Entz-
POPULAR Island miss, Beth
AnnKleinbeck young, daughter of Mr. and Following the service, membersof tor.Mr.. and Mrs. Kermode will builda Survivors are his wife,Louise,of mingerof the First Baptist Churchof
both the junior and senior groups around home the site. James and Manatee officiating.
Mrs. Ralph Kleinbeck of North Shore year on Longboat Key; two sons,
will enjoy a picnic on the beach at -- Dean; two step-daughters, Miss Intermentwas in Skyway Mem-
Drive, Anna Maria. Black and white
the home of Mrs. Margaret Chaplin Allen home and ial Gardens.
photography fails to do justice to hex How h Your Subscription? Jerry at Mrs.
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Thursday,May 17, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 7



. ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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'- I"t.FOR' SALE REALTORS WEEKThe ISLAND REALTY .


REAL TOR--What He Is... HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERWE
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!>'.. .., The REALTOR is a member of a local Real Estate Board which is affil-
iated with the National Association of Real Estate Boards. He is pled- HAVE LISTINGSON MANY FINE HOMES

1a ged to a standard of business conduct which is the safeguard of those PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500. IF YOU
interested in any way in a real estate transaction. Because of his experience -
ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUMPRICEDHOME
he is a specialist in real estate values and procedure and
stands ready to give the benefits of that experience. The word LET US SHOW YOU THESE.P. .

L yF sk. 4/K:Y "REALTOR" can only be used by men recognized by their fellow dealers -
as worthy of confidence through membership in a real estate board. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

778-2663 INSURANCE 1897 COMPANYSince As Pretty As A PictureAND


Protect Your Real tttatc Investment
EASY TO KEEP THAT WAY-NEW TWO BEDROOMONE
526 12th St. West
BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541
BATH HOME WITH LARGE, SUNNY LIVING ROOM,
Look For These OWNER MUST LEAVE SO
Signs i DINING AREA AND SHADY SCREENED PORCH. CAR.

GULF FRONT HOME DOWNGOESTHEPRICEOFTHISFINEPROPERTY. PORT AND UTILITY ROOM.
TWO BEDROOMS, Itt BATHS,
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TWO BEDROOMCB
LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH
COTTAGE WITH SCREENED PORCH AND FLORIDA $12.300JACK
STONE FIREPLACE, Florida
ROOM. ALL NICELY FURNISHED. LARGE CORNER LOT
ROOM. COMPLETELY FURN
WITH LOTS OF TREES AND PLANTINGS. ZONED FOR ADDITIONAL
ISHED. GARAGE and UTILITY
APARTMENTS OR BUSINESS BUILDINGS. HOLMES, Realtor
ROOM.
PROPERTY IS A CORNER
LOCATION, SEAWALLEDAND AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING AT HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
$9,576.00
CAN BE AN EXCELLENT BRANCH OFFICES
RENTAL. PRICE $16,500- JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
$2,500 DOWN-J100 Pet Month. Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 771-2614
OWNER WILL CARRY MORT BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET
GAGE-NO CLOSING COSTS. O. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman

Very Special Bargain .

LOTS OF LOTS

75 Ft. Gulf Front Lot, High & ONE BEDROOM HOME, COMPLETELY
Dry9000. Will Tak. Terms.
BEACH AND SOLD
--- FURNISHED. CLOSE TO
50 Ft. Gulf Front Corner Lot. I
STORES. CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED.
$7,000-T.r m s Available.I
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MOTEL SITE on the Gulf In \\ OdY. 7950TERMS. 1. @ ;;'1"r ,.:'" ',, _
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HOLMES BEACH. Approximately .rGertrude

120 x 250 Corner Location,

ONLY $35,000. Blassingame, Realtor i
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Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER .
NICE Building Lots In Holmes t
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
B.ach-S2,000 Each.
..---- Anna Maria, Florida
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i CANAL FRONT LOTS WITH
I SEAWALLS-$3,500 Each.
NMN-N OPEN For INSPECTION i

BAY FRONT LOTS In Holmes Waterfront & Inland I
$5,000 Each.
..NN-- FOR TOP VALUES-ASTOUNDING LOW PRICES.

NICE BUILDING LOTS IN SEE THESE FOUR NEW HOMES-TODAY!
BRADENTON BEACH-SI,800,
EACH.EXCEPTIONALLY. 304 66th STREET BEDROOMS, BATH--$14,950
503 7bt STREET-2 BEDROOMS, 2 Bath..SI5,75O.
GOOD BUY 601 Key Royale 67th St.3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS I THIS FINE PROPERTY HAS BEEN PURCHASEDBY

IN A DUPLEX-2 BEDROOMS $20,450
UPSTAIRS & 2 BEDROOMS IN .. MR. AND MRS. RALPH WOODRUFFAND
609 Key Royale 67th St.-2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
LOWER APARTMENT BOTH
$20,200 MR. AND MRS. EDMUND EASTEROF
COMPLETELY FURNISHED. TERRAZZO FLOORS-.MARBLE CHIP ROOFS--FINEST PLAS-

STRUCTURE IN PERFECT TIC KITCHEN: CABINETS--OVERSIZE GARAGESUTILITYROOMSSCREENED SYRACUSE, NEW YORK
CONDITION. Lot 100 x 100 Ft.
PATIO PORCHES-LOTS LANDSCAPEDAND
$2,500 Down, Assume First FROM MRS. CHARLES SCHALDENBRANDTHIS
Federal $12,000 Mortgage at SODDED-AND MANY ADDED FEATURES.

ONLY $100 Per Month.
KEY ROYALE INC.
,

TWO BEDROOM CB HOME IN
HOLMES BEACH-Only$10,575.Has JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR, GENERAL AGENT. PROPERTY WILL BE MANAGED BY

tile bath and large livingroom FIELD OFFICE M&M BUILDINGKEY
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with open beam ceilings. ?rrlwncO4O- ?14 THE ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE OF
Electric Stove and Refrigerator.Can ROYALE ANNA MARIA
WALTER S. HARDIN REALTY COMPANY
Finance for 10% DOWN.a .
GULFFRONT COTTAGE COURTSWE
HOLMES BEACH BARGAIN-
OFFER TWO ADJOINING MODERN
PROPERTIES
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home with -
Built-in Electric Kitchen, Ter- ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MOTELS OR APARTMENTS
razzo Floors, Large Utility I I WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
WITH ROOM FOR EXPANSION. EACH FRONTS FOR
Room, AwningWindows, 27 Ft. AVAILABLEAlso
Porch, Boat Docking Space, MORE THAN 200 FEET ON GULF OF MEXICO. WALK

I Clear View of The Bay. Price ING DISTANCE TO SHOPPING CENTER,YACHT CLUB the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
$12,200-Exlsting$10,300 mortgage .
I can I b. assumed. And for AND MEDICAL CENTER. US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

only $200 more, all furniturewill COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

be left In the house. Charlin Villas: SSS Listing 575

HOME BUY OF THE WEEK EIGHT TWO-BEDROOM AND TWO ONE-BEDROOM,
Before you make a depositon
any property See This FULLY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING

2-Bedroom Home! Completely COTTAGES..............................................$160,000. Walter S. Hardin
Furnished-Dishes, silverware *

Has a beautifully-landsca-Everything Goes I Playa Encantada: SSS Listing 574 Realty Company

ped, fenced-ln yard. Built. Realtors
FOUR TWO-BEDROOM, FULLY FURNISHED AND
in Electric kitchen. Separate
watering system. Large EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES, $110,000.
porch with privacy. Utilityroom *

with washer. Con CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER.
crete driveway and carport. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Furniture was specially MAHAR REAL ESTATE
made for the house. Owner 77810io'B08 CABLE, Manager 778-1756
lived her only two years.A 7702 GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
real buy-ONLY $12,7501 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307.r.
RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTOR LEO MAHAR, BROKER
TERMS AVAILABLE II
PHONE ANNA MARIA 778-1159





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&e 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 17, 1962


LEGAL ELECTION NOTICES NOTICE MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Shop the Island first!

The City of Alma Maria Florida wUl J Til pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON
hold an election on Friday, Juno 1. _
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1962, to elect a Commissioner to fill
the vacancy loft by Jerome C. Attanaslo, NOMAD MOTEL:Mrs.D. G. Barn- ...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Douglas of SHOPPING CENTER
7.who 1962.tendered his resignation as of May house of Philadelphia...Miss Vir- Greenwich, COWl.LAYZLIVN ISLAND

PETITIONS for candidates for officeof ginia Hall of Pittman, N. J...Mr. APARTMENTS: P. Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Commissioner must be signed by ten and Mrs. W. E. Stranes of Winter C. Savage of Tam pa...Mr and
(IO)qualified electors Clerk ,and must before be 12:00 filed H a v e n...Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mrs. R. C. Chase of Madeira Beach
with the City on or
Noon, Monday May 21. 1962. Clark of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs.N. ...Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Thomasand ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

Residents of the City of Anna Uaria, E. Allingham of Long Beach, party of Winter Haven...Mr.
Florida, who are qualified to vote but LANVIN
N. J. and Mrs. William of
Stanley Tampa
in the
have never registered City may YOUR MONEY CHANEL
do so at the City Office on Pine Avenue HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. J. Rappold of Or-
,is on open and after daily May except 11, 1962.Thursday The between office -- Mrs. W. G. Green of St. Petersburg lando..Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Gunter BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN REVLON

the hours of 9:00 A.MV and Noon. ...Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Bishop of of Lakeland...Mr.and Mrs.Paul WHITMAN
Book will be closed at
Noon Registration on Saturday May 19, 1962. Bay City.Texas... Mr.and Mrs. P. Tatlock of Floral City...Mr. and COMPLETE
R. Waite of Cape Coral...Mr. and Mrs. Dexter D. Morris of Largo...
CITY Gladys CLERK Oumaine Mrs. W. G. Anderson Winter Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Berry M. Sharpe and 1exafl.

5-10 & 1762RESOLUTION ven...Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Castle- Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Brown of

NUMBER 174, CALLING man of Riverside, Cal...Mr. and Floral City.. .Mr. and Mrs. T. B. LINE
FOR SPECIAL ELECTION Mrs. Virgil Hiatt of Lexington, Ky. Nickerson of Winter Park...Mr. and
WHEREAS the resignation of JEROMEG. ...Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young of Danville Mrs. W il bur C. Denny of Winter IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
of the Boardof
ATTANASIO Commissioners a of member the City of Anna Ill...Mr and Mrs. Harry Haven...Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Whiteof DRUG STORE Service
Maria,Fla.,has caused a vacancy, AND Mark of Bradenton. Talbott, Tenn...Mr. and Mrs.
WHEREAS, under the Chart.r, it is the WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. C. L. Eastburn of So. Bend, Ind.
duty Sp.cial of the Election City Commission to fill such to vacancy call a and Mrs. Norman George of St. Pet- ...Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Kuhn and Open Sundays 1:30 a..... to i:00 ,.M.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by ersburg. daughter of Milwaukee.SEA .
the City Commission of the City of An- and Plant 771-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
na Maria that a Special Election b. and MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: K-r. ISLE MOTEL: Mr. Mrs.
the same is hereby called to be held by and Mrs. A. Battle and family of Harold Brown of Cleveland, Ohio.

said for the City purpose on the of 1st filling day of said June vacancyin 1962 Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. A. T. TRIPP'S COURT: Mrs. L. Ramseyof Jamaicas Jamaicas

the office of City Commissioner,fad Sweeney of Maplewood, N. J... Cambridge, England...Mr. and
that said election shall be held according -
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ronek of Island Birch of Leeds ..
to the laws, Charter and Ordinances Long Ramsey England.
of said City governing general elections. City, N. Y...Ear lessens and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Blakely and ALL OVER THE STOREBY

PASSED and ADOPTED this 8th day Charles Kicherer of Chicago. Mrs. Lyons of Fort Lauderdale....
of Maya 1962. PALM COURT: Mr.. and Mrs. C. Mr. andMrs. JohnSechrestof Chic-

/sGladys Dumaine T. Sherrouse of Lakeland. ago.

City Clerk /aJams O. Ferguson, EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.G. KORET---QUEEN

MAYORs R. Gifford of Joliet, Ill..Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole of Roch- PADDLE & SADDLE
/ /Arthur COMMISSIONERs C. Hansen and Mrs. G. G. Gifford of Canton, ester, N. Y. left for home last week

/ /H. G. M.y.rCOMMISSIONER S.D...Mrs.Marilyn Bonhomme and after spending five weeks at the Sizes 8-46

children of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Ayala Cottage on the Gulf.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance R. B. McGinnis of Bradenton...Mr. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF

and Mrs. Ian MacDougall of Pom- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Welch of Roc- DACRON SWIM SUITS AND DRESSESBY
( )
Payment Required pano Beach...Mr., and Mrs. Jack hester, N. Y. were guests last weekof
1.00 Inch; SOc minimum NANI OF HONOLULU
WestermeyerofSo. St. Paul, Minn. Mr. andMrs. A. R. McFadden of
WANTED TO RENT: 1 or 2 Bed- ...Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Meier Jr. Archer Way,Anna Maria.Mr.Welchis
room Furnished Home or Duplexin
of Orlando. personnel director of the apparatusand r"'
Anne Maria or Holmes Beach-
ROD&REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.
on Annual Basis. Permanent resi- : optical division of Eastman
dents. No children. Best of refer- George W. Behemeyer and familyof Kodak Company.
ences, and excellent care of pre- Winter Garden...Mr. and Mrs. .
mises assured. Prefer $80 top rent H. Thurston and family of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. David R. Chase of
without utilities. Call 9722371. Mich..John W. Shane of Toronto, Shell Drive, Holmes Beach, left the Layaway Phone

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Niveiro Island this week to spend the sum- Plan s EAR._rhea {women 778-1161 JI

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim- ? of Tampa..Sam Comprette of mer in Orwell., Ohio.. .
ming. Floors cleaned and polished. Tampa...Mr.and Mrs.O. E. Hosey IRENE CASSADY, OWNER t ,
Osborne of
Mr.and Mrs.John Nep-
Windows washed and oiled...
and family of Lakeland...Mr. and
tune Lane, Holmes Beach, returnedlast .
Prompt and efficient service...
Mrs. David Hunt of Girard, Ohio.. .
Reasonable rates-references fur- week to Berkeley Heights, N. FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Deal of Gads-
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778- J. to spend the summer months.
2894 after 4:30.PRACTICALNURSE. den, Ala. 778-2012
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. Keep up with Island affairs by
: Day or Night. and Mrs. Paul Comstock of Bartow reading The Islander. R.C.SCHUCHARDBONDED..MASTER
References.
On or off Island. Call
7782392. PLUMBER'S LICENSE
FOR SALE: A 1959 Ford Country ZENITH FM STEREONOW
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES PUMPS REPAIRS
Sedan,4-door, 6-passenger Station ,
Wagon. The Island Bank. IN STOCK 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
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YEARLY RENTALS: Furnished COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATIONOR SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND

apartment on Gulf, Holmes Beach- CALL FOR A HOME DEMONSTRATION
One bedroom, $75 per month.
unfurnished 3-bedroom 2-bath ISLAND TVANNOUNCEMENT WE HAVE IT...
house in Holmes Beach. $115 per

month.Three bedroom furnished home FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND

near Bay in Anna Maria. $115 per
month. VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

Other yearly and seasonal rentalsin
several price ranges. Walter S. Mr. F. P. Stanley HAS RELEASED ALL
Hardin, Realtors. 7781010.
OF THE INSURANCE TO Me. New PHILCO Airconditioners

LOST: Pair of man's bifocal dark
glasses in leather case. Vicinity I WILL HENCEFORTH OPERATE THIS BUSINESS AS Now In StockALL

Holmes Beach Shopping Center. Bay Area Insurance AND ASSUME
Finder please call 778-1060

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of ALL OBLIGATIONS THE POLICIES ISSUED BY SIZES AND MODELS READY FOR DELIVERY--

clothing. Dressmaking. Dupes. Stanley Associates, Inc. COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY
Mrs. Frank Beyd Phone 778-143k.

FOR SALE: Bedroom SetBookcase I have moved the agency to the Island Shopping Center, STARTING FROM $194.95--AND UP

frame bed mirror, chest-$89., dresser Bennie's, shadow-Furniture Holmes Beach, Florida, where my staff and I will look ALSO USED AIR CONDITIONERS--$20 UP l lI

& Appliance Center, Anna forward to seeing you often. :'

Maria. Insurance is my full time business and our services are I ISLAND TV

HOME & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE available to you twenty-four hours a day. We appreciateyour :
GULF PHONE 778.1703
DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
: While you are away-a ,
weekly:Checking of house for any business and your confidence, and will do all we

troubles that might develop; air can to deserve them. Should you have a loss, we feel LAWN
house, and water house plants. DRY ?
FREE ESTIMATES on any Addi- sure you'll appreciate our service.

tional Services. Close your houseCLEAN If you have an insurance problem we will be glad to counsel INSTALL YOUR OWN
-Open your house-
CLEAN. Any Refurbishing or you. If any of your friends should need our services, UNDERGROUND WATERING SYSTEM-

Yard Care. we will appreciate I your referring them to us, or us to IT'S LOWER-PRICED THAN YOU THINK
-GUARANTEED CONTRACTPAT -
& MAX HUBER WE HAVE ALL THE NECESSARY PARTS, AND IF

Box 523 Phone 778-2143 YOU NOT TO DO-IT-YOURSELF
PREFER ,
them.Bay
Anna Maria Home 778-1772 Area InsuranceF.
WE HAVE QUALIFIED INSTALLERS
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sties A SOT
ice. Bndeatoa Beach Fire DepL Dobbe's Island Hardware
Freak Beard. 778-143L DAVID BOOZER & Marine SupplyIf

SCOTT'S Turf Builder Fertilizer- it's Gcitrol Hardware or Houteworti or Gortftn Supplies *t hate It- ,
Regular $4,95 bag for Only 13.95. Sole Owner or will get it for you 778-2111
Pegboards 4x8', ready to hang,
AUTHORIZED DEALER Larson Boot, Scott & Evlnrvd*
Only $10.95. Bennie's Furniture & 778-1697 778-1548
Appliance Bargain Center, Anna Mete- Murray TrolUrs.ry. .

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