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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: October 4, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 569 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1962 TEN CENTS
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I Island May Get CD Hospital Equipment ..1.1I




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Dr. John Deam Trying To Have 200 Bed Field I
I Jo.
i .. ;_. Hospital Equipment Sent To The Island By CD

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% '. Dr. John Deam of Holmes and there may be space avail-
: Beach said this week' he is able at the rear of the postal
'" ,_. trying to get for the Island a substation in shopping cen-

= CHAMBER of COM....JERCE. rA set of field hospital equipmentfrom ter.Approximately
Civil Defense author- 18,000 sq. ft. I
ities. of floor space is needed to set
. ; my. The equipment includes everything up the hospital, and Dr. Deam I
: necessary to set up a said the Island School would be I

1 200 bed field hospital, with the an ideal building for it in the
standard issue having emer- event of an emergency in which I
gency supplies to last 30 days. residents of the Island were

Among the equipment are cot not to be evacuated.He .
beds, bedding, two complete said that there are plentyof
operating rooms, X-ray ma- retired doctors, nurses and
chine, a heavy duty electrical other professional personnel
generating set driven by gas- living on the Island to help
I; oline power, equipment for staff such a hospital for a
I :" -;' sterilizing water, as well as short duration emergency.Mrs. .
;>
some medical supplies. Madelon Snyder, CD
Packed in 365 cartons, the director for Manatee County,
, NEW INFORMATION "CENTER on the Island was officially opened Monday morning as equipment requires 1,600 sq. said yesterday she did not
traditional.ribbon was cut by Bill Geeslin, executive vice president of the Manatee County feet of storage space, with 17 know when the Island could
Chamber of Commerce. The local Chamber, which arranged the details of the Information cubic feet of refrigerated expect to be assigned such a
Center and will it will become division of the Chamber
operate a County in January. storage space required for the unit. She said that as soon as
Among those at the opening, in addition to Geeslin, were Bill Lee, president of the local perishable medical supplies.Dr. storage difficulties concern-

Chamber; M. B. Mickey Harrison, chairman of the County Park, Beach and Recreation Deam said he had dis- ing the hospital unit already
Commission; Jim Gallery, director of the County Publicity Bureau; and Col. F. A. Chil- cussed the matter of storageof stored in the County were
son, John Beckett, Gertrude Blassingame and Frances Livingston of the committee which
the supplies with Mrs. Irma ironed out, she would make an
built the Center. Mrs. Jerry Feagles Jr., one of the two hostesses at the center was on Cox, Bradenton Beach Post effort to help secure unit for
s hand to operate the unit. The second hostess,Mrs. Dorothy Karkhoff, was called to Minn- Master, and with Hugh Holmesof the Island.
eapolis recently by an emergency and has not returned. At right, Geeslin presents Lee the Island Shopping Center,
for the Chamber of Commerce, a plaque from the Committee of 100 signifying "Well
done." (Islander Photos)

.' .. -- '. Anna Maria Paving Projects Planned For Year .))1

; P. O. Rumor Unfounded Henry W. Schneck Proposed paving projects to Drive, two short streets lead-

I Honored At ConventionAt 1914. be undertaken by the City of west from Bay Boulevard, will
A wire from CongressmanJames the 19th annual conven- He was a professor of vege- Anna Maria during the next be paved their entire length.As .
, Haley yesterday said table Cornell for 15
crops at outlined soon as possible the com=
& were at
t tion of the Florida Fruit year Mondayevening's
he had been informed the
by years, and was employed as will Benson
J Vegetable Association, held meeting of the City mission try to get
Post Office Department in secretary and sales managerof and his do the
recently at the Americana Ho- Commission by Commissioner crew to necess-
that the
Washington depart- a large commercial seed
Robert R. Moses. ary preliminary engineeringwork
tel, Miami Beach, Henry W.
ment plans no change in ser- in Florida for 26
Schneck of Plant City and company The commission voted to advertise on Bay Boulevard and the
I vice or status at the Anna Mar- years, retiring in 1954. He other earmarked for
Holmes Beach was honored for bids on more than streets
ia Post Office.
then spent a year in Formosaand feet of paving. Present plans call for
Rumors have been circulating with a plaque and a research 8,500 paving on Grouper -
other of the Far East
award of $250 for his work as parts Street, Willow Avenue, Bay doing the work with soil-ce
i on the Island recentlythat the U. S. State
employed by method
Boulevard Place ment stabilization
Technical Seed Consultant in Bayview and
the post office in Anna improving varieties of Florida Department and the Univer- South Drive, total cost of which used on several streets in the
Maria might or would be clos celery, highlighted by his development sity of California as a vege- will be approximately$45,000. north end of the city last year.
ed.
of the 2-13 variety, table specialist, followed by One third of the cost will be The paving is then surfaced
which is now grown by all cel- five years with the Florida paid by the city and two thirds with an asphalt plant mix and
Holmes Beach MeetingAt Fruit & Vegetable Associationas l rolled and is supposed to last
ery growers, and is in great by the owners of property on
technical seed consultant
,I the approximately 35 witha
demand among the large Nor- streets. years
evening's meet-
of Tuesday the Holmes Beach Boardof thern produce markets.Mr. breeding vegetables for Flor- Moses said he will ask the seal coat of asphalt every
ing
Aldermen Carl F. Schneck graduated from ida growing conditions. In con- commission to take definite eight years. 1Et.Benson _
Mayor with this work he
nection
Scott read he the University of Wisconsin ; action on the projects after will supervise the*
a lengthy report
traveled ol f
had the fiscal College of Agriculture with a to every country bids are received and consid- actual paving work to insure
city's
prepared on -
Central and South America l
and other B.S. degree in Agriculture in ered. work that is according to spec-
position aspectsof
the city.A 1913, followed by a Master of seeking improved vegetable! Grouper Street will be open- ifications.The I
request from Bob Cable Science degree in Agriculturefrom plant material for breeding; ed from its intersection with commission approved an

for a hearing about a changeto Cornell University in purposes. North Shore Drive and Cocoanut ordinance making it manda-

commercial zoning on BlockA Avenue, south across Pine tory for all residents of the
"- '
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Bay Palms Subdivision,was r .:: ,. 'f- ; and Spring to Magnolia. It has city to subscribe to the city
read, and a hearing scheduledto 3 "" ; been surveyed and had the pro- franchised sanitation service.
be held at the next meetingof I_.,' per grades established by John Because the measure is for

the board on November 13. I Benson, Manatee County Eng- the health and welfare of the
Scott said that if the zon-: IIC ineer, and his staff. residents of the city, it requires -
Willow will be from no second and
paved reading
ing change is granted, the site
I"i its intersection with became effective
Grouperwest immediatelyupon
will be used for a Phillips 66 .
service station.He __ _._ to Gulf Drive.BaLBoulevard passage. Maximum pen-
will be alties for violations
wid- are $500
also said that several
:ti.q = a ened and paved from Pine Avenue fine and ten days in jail.
letters and a petition signedby
a number of residents and south to a point 190 feet At a public hearing followingthe

property owners of the area i south of the Lido Channel, a meeting, H. H. Baskins of
had been received by the city. .' distance of 2,640 feet. Clearwater was granted per-

All the letters and the petitionare Q Bayview Place and South -mission-'----to- move a house here.

opposed to a change to

commercial zoning. The block 4411) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
now is zoned for special use '
which will allow the building .t
Temperatures Water Rainfall
of a real estate-insurance of- r .y.r.+. w ti
fice. Sam Noon 6pm High

An ordinance was passed to BRIDGE BUILDERS Humbug Cobb and Howard Scott at new Sept. 25-"78 90 84 90 32 None

define more clearly house- bridge in Holmes Beach. Bridge crosses ditch opposite County Sept. 26--82 90 86 90 84 None

keeping units duplex homes Beach, and is part of newly shelled walk for use of Island Sept. 27-.82 88 82 88 S2 None
and similar residential build School students. Timbers on which the bridge is built came Sept. 28--75 75 70 75 S2 .' ..2Sept.2967
ings. from the track of the marine railway at Cobb s Marine Ways 76 SO 86 $2 .1

A motion to have the city buy where they were Installed by Humbug's grandfather nearly Sept.30--76 S3 S2 S5 $2' .7

a mosquito fogger was defeated 50 years ago. Only cost to City of Holmes Beach was for Oct. 1--76 85 '83 86 .'2 Nonef
by a three to two vote. deck of bridge and a few spikes. (Islander Photo) .







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:! THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 4, 1962
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The Islander i&j 1 a OV: MNA1RIA, FLORIDA DON'T ADD AD VALOREM !
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TELEPHONE 778.2021 ense Mayor Carl Scott presented at Tuesday evening's meetingof

Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL R'Q4 By THE EDITOR the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen, a comprehensive ,
p report on the city's fiscal and physical position at the halfway
News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL o'' 'a Recently we have noticed a point in its fiscal year.In .
MU trend toward active pessi- the report, Scott hints that the answer to many of thecity's
Mall Address Anna Marla, Florida nON
mism among some of our problems might be the levying of an ad valorem tax or
friends. They brood about and a utilities tax--or both. He goes on to point out the reasons
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
advance-Canada, $5.00 per y.ar. discuss the possibility of the why the city has been able to get along without either tax for
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for World ending in a man made the twelve years of its existence, and then tells what a model
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. holocaust, not some time in the city it could become if it had more revenue--with the revenueto
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. indeterminate f u t u r e--but be raised by direct ad valorem and/or utilities taxes.

.......,...,.....r...... soon--within a matter of few Times and public thinking seem to change fairly rapidly.And .
months. well-informed public officials know this and try to keepa
8'AMEIICAN NEWSMTEI lEPICSCMTiTIVCSi IIC. And they are so intense and figurative hand on the pulse of the tax-paying public to try

serious on the subject, and to guess what the public will standtaxwise.Only .
CLOSING TIME NOON ,TUESDAYAn because the subject crops up about three years ago, "ad valorem taxes" were
so often in their conversation, words one did not speak in polite company in Holmes Beach
Independent weekly published every Thursday by we feel certain they spend at --even at stag dinners or other unmixed company--at the risk
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Marla, Florida least some time each day act of having one s mouth forcably rinsed out with truth serum. ,
ively worrying and stewing. But at the October, 1961 meeting of the Board of Alder-
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. Perhaps we are wrong in not men, Mayor Pete Niles, apparently tossing out feeler, spokeof

feeling the same way--and in the possibility of a"small ad valorem tax,",and even went
WHY AN INFORMATION CENTER? not allotting some definite so far as to appoint a committee to study the advisibility of
period of time each day for levying an ad valorem tax in the city, and to report to the r
Monday, October 1, 1962 was an important date on the worrying about what may hap- board as soon as possible. J
Island. Because that day marked the completion and the pen if someone pushes the It is a considered conclusion that there is no such thing :
beginning--the opening of the very important Island Chamberof wrong button--whether will- as a "small ad valorem tax." It is in the same category as !
Commerce Information Center. fully or accidently. being "a little bit pregnant."Both can lead to embarrassing 1 :
The Center is one of the most significant steps toward Although we feel we DO real- consequences.Niles .
development of the Island since the opening of the three new ize the seriousness of the sit- said he had been considering such possibility for 4

modern bridges. uation, it is our firm convic- some time, but by the time the November meeting rolled
Two of the Island cities have contributed to the Chamberof tion that the World and its peo- around, cooler heads had prevailed, and neither the subjectnor
Commerce this year, with one contribution not earmarkedfor ple are no worse off than they the committee report ever was mentioned thereafter.
the Center, but voted into its building fund by the Chamber have been many, many timesin One paragraph of Scott's report reads: "By letting out 1 !
members, and the other contribution specifically given for the past. The weapons at maintenance work to private contractors the City has saved '
that purpose. hand are horrible to contem- thousands of dollars. I once computed this saving at $7,000a
One city commissioner, before voting to make the con- plate, but during the Middle year. This is one reason we have survived for all these
tribution, spoke of his own previous objections to making Ages the Roman Catholic years without direct taxes." Fine! Why not retain the status
such a contribution because he had not felt the taxpayers Church, then the chief strong- quo?
should contribute to an organization which had as its princi- hold of Christianity and having "No; one who has not been on the job at City Office knows
pal reason for being, the promotion of business on the Island. great power, sought to outlaw what is involved in getting after, and following up, some ten
Which leads to the question of Why an Information Center? war because it felt the inven- individuals--for no one contractor can give full time. Delays,
Or, to go further--Why a Chamber of Commerce? tion of the crossbow might be absences, frustrations, broken promises, cajoleries--all
Part of the by-laws of the Chamber, under the heading the end of civilization becauseit interspersed with complaints from honest citizens." Sug-
Objectives and Activities, reads as follows: ". To promote was such a terrible weapon. gestion: A check with officials of those cities which hire
the civic interests and general welfare of the community. ." But somehow or other, the employees to operate city-owned equipment, to see if all ,
One of the organization's projects which has benefited the World has managed to pull frustrations are eliminated by owning and operating equip
entire Island has been its sponsorship of the Mosquito Lar- through, and we have no spec- ment. Or whether the "complaints from honest citizens are
viciding Program over the past several years. ial reason to believe it won't any fewer.
And in many another way, the Chamber's activities, even again. And on this subject we Mayor Scott's comment about what a model city Holmes
in the areas where they pertain to the promotion of business, have no inside knowledgeinfact Beach could become if it had more revenue may be correct,
have benefited and will continue to benefit the community.Since we don't know whetherwar but it would be difficult to illustrate with concrete municipal
1950 the population of the Island has tripled, and the will break out first in examples. The income never is sufficient to take care of the
Chamber of Commerce, with its constant promotion of the Cuba or Mississippi.In untold number of projects suggested. If such were true in
tourist industry, is responsible for a large part of that other words, let's not actual i ractice, New York City probably would be the most
growth.A spend any great amount of time' "model city anywhere--because it has the largest income. k,
certain small percentage of the winter visitors-- or energy worrying about what But the sad fact of the matter is that the city constantlyis
permanent residents. Or, to state it conversely--very few of might happen--and then again, seeking new sources of revenue, with the budget never
today's permanent residents were not winter visitors before might never happen--and let's quite elastic enough to cover the many avenues of spending.And .
deciding to make their homes here. just try to do the daily job as too, as the income becomes larger, and the respon-
One of the most important results of increased populationand well as possible until some sibility of the city officials greater, it then becomes necess-
-- one which benefits the private citizen or retired-from other course of action is in- ary to start paying the officials, and each year more em- .
-business homeowner in an important way economically dicated. Meanwhile we must ployees are needed, and each year the per capita cost of
the maintenance of real estate values.If act as if we MIGHT be here fora local government increases.
the present population level were, through some set of long time to come! Once the cycle is well started, there is no predicting
hard-to-imagine circumstances, to be frozen, or if the growth where it will end. But it is safe to say that it will be a long I
potential of the Island were to disappear, what would happento cold midweek Sunday before ad valorem taxes, once levied,
real estate values? Where would a buyer come from when Recommended reading: Recently ever will be removed. Nor will there be many years where
someone now living here had to sell his property? published LETTERS the ad valorem taxes will be lower than those of the previous
That same population increase has made possible and FROM EARTH by Mark Twain, k

feasible many of the Island facilities which we take more or whose daughter has refused to year.A good, nearby example is the little City of Anna Maria.
less for granted today, but which even the most resistant-to- have the series of papers pub- And for purposes of illustration, the figures for the period '
lished in the than 50
change amoung our citizens must admit have done much to more from .1955-56 to 1962-63 are presented below, with the bud-
make living on the Island more pleasant, more comfortable, years since her father's death. get of the city doubling in that time.
have been released in
more convenient and more safe. They Budget Year Tax Rate Total Taxes Total Budget
Most important of all are the three new bridges, despitethe book form, and in condensed 1955-56 6 Mills $ 4,990 $21,600
tolls charged on two of them. Another feature is the version, were released in the 1956-57 8 Mills 7,836 20,349
of better roads.New residential made latest issue of LIFE. Well
building developments, 1957-58 7 Mills 9,700 24,220
possible because of the expanding population, have drained worth your* reading* time.* 1958-59 5 Mills 8,293* 25,654**
mosquito-breeding swamplands and made more and better 1959-60 7 Mills 13,000 31,600
available. Vast have been made in Good news for our Canadian
housing improvements 1960-61 10 Mills 20,138 36,138
visitors--that Canadian vaca-
power and telephone service. 1961-62 4.8 Mills 25,271 42,381***
Directly traceable to the rise in population are improved tion dollars will be accepted in 1962-63 4.8 Mills 26,156 46,601****
police protection, better mosquito control, erosion control, Florida at face value, despitethe Some obviously poor planning here. The only example of
difference in the of
better drainage, an airstrip, flying service, improved zoning rate lowering the budget in eight budget years checked.
laws, improved building codes and generally improved local exchange.* ** The year of the famed Brier-Jordan bout. Rate loweredas
government.The a political
move. I
two Island fire departments, although organized a few Anyone feel like complainingabout *** Note that although the rate was lowered, the budget was
years prior to 1950, have expanded greatly since that time, weather on the Island? higher than that of the previous year.
About how hot it is or has been?
and have first class modern with resultant ****
now equipment, a This was the year the budget (according to city offi-
Or about how how
dry or wet?
lowering of fire insurance rates. cials) was to be raised to cover road work--"but only for
Now two of the Island Bank is If so, spend a little time think- "
on ,
going years age growingout this year, it will be lowered next year.
of its swaddling clothes, and is a going concern. ing about what it's doing in ***** Comment by officials: "We held the rate the same."
Expanded and better postal service is another result.Newor more northerly parts of the
And in a serious vein, the: officials in Anna Maria City
larger postal facilities have been built in all three Island country. We have several doz- are every bit as hard working and conscientious as those in
cities. Development of the Island Shopping Center In Holmes en notes telling about the cool-
any city anywhere. They merely are the victims of an inherited -
Beach, and the establishment of new stores, barber shops, ness of the weather in our system which is extremely difficult to change. The
beauty parlors, service stations, laundries, repair shops, northern states, and quote a demands on the budget constantly exceed the income, makingit
marinas, ,restaurants,funeral home and ambulance service, couple of short examples: necessary to raise the income.
and many other services became economically feasible because "Cold summer here--42 degrees Direct quote from Scott report: "The City of Anna Maria
of more potential customers. this morning. Expect taxpayers cheerfully submit to a 4.8 mill tax." PLEASE
The religious side of Island life has not been neglected.Six snow "and freezing weather to- NAME THREE OF THOSE CHEERFUL TAXPAYERS, MR.
churches, four of them new since 1950, now are well at- night. SCOTT.
tended. Better recreational facilities are availablebothforyoung "Expect to get our summer
Another : "Is Holmes Beach unable
quote or unwilling to
people and adults--and since 1950,the Island Players' weather after we return to the "
do what Anna Maria does? OUR ADVICE: DON'T LET ANY-
Island.
organization has grown into an important Island institution.One ONE GET AT YOU BY APPEALING TO YOUR PRIDE--
of the most important of all results of the increased STICK TO YOUR PRINCIPLES AND REMEMBER YOUR
population--the over all appearance of the Island has improved Enjoyed our recent picture- POCKETBOOKS! STALL OFF THOSE AD VALOREM TAXESAS
greatly in the last dozen years, an indirect benefit of the taking visit to the Island PowerSquadron's LONG AS POSSIBLE! KEEP ON BEING "UNWILLING."
activities of the Island Chamber of Commerce.So new-old school at
when all"votes" are in and countedthere can be very Cortez. So great Is the interestin EDITOR'S NOTE: We want to point out that we are one of Carl
little doubt that the Chamber of Commerce, whether or not boating, enrollment in the Scott's launches supporters, and count him as a good friend,
it intends to do so, benefits everyone living here. basic course is now 135. but disagree thoroughly on the subject of ad valorem taxes.I'altt" .



: :! THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 4, 1962
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The Islander flbiio 'f' BIQVANNA*RIA, FLORIDA DON'T ADD AD VALOREM !
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TELEPHONE 778.2D21 g'ev se
Mayor Carl Scott presented at Tuesday evening's meetingof
\9RIQf the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen a comprehensivereport
Editor.................................STEVE KIMBALL ;,g. By THE EDITOR ,
; --- :'\ on the city's fiscal and physical position at the halfway
News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL | J 0IttJ Recently we have noticed a point in its fiscal year.In .
(y trend toward active pessi- the report, Scott hints that the answer to many of thecity's
Mail Addressi Anna Maria, Florida 17ON;
mism among some of our problems might be the levying of an ad valorem tax or
brood about and utilities tax--or both. He on to out the reasons
friends. They a goes point
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. discuss the possibility of the why the city has been able to get along without either tax for
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for World ending in a man made the twelve years of its existence, and then tells what a model
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth-of following month. holocaust, not some time in the city it could become if it had more revenue--with the revenueto
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. indeterminate f u t u r e--but be raised by direct ad valorem and/or utilities taxes.

................. 1 soon--within a matter of few Times and public thinking seem to change fairly rapidly.
months. And well-h'\formed public officials know this and try to keepa
.IAMEIICM 1mPiPIIEPISITITIYU"! And they are so intense and figurative hand on the pulse of the tax-paying public to try

serious on the subject, and to guess what the public will standtaxwise.Only .
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn because the subject crops up about three years ago, "ad valorem taxes" were
so often in their conversation, words one did not speak in polite company in Holmes Beach ;
Independent weekly published every Thursday by we feel certain they spend at --even at stag dinners or other unmixed company--at the risk
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida least some time each day act of having one s mouth forcably rinsed out with truth serum. i
ively worrying and stewing. But at the October, 1961 meeting of the Board of Alder-
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. Perhaps we are wrong in not men, Mayor Pete Niles, apparently tossing out a feeler, spokeof
feeling the same way--and in the possibility of a"small ad valorem tax,".and even went
WHY AN INFORMATION CENTER? not allotting some definite so far as to appoint a committee to study the advisibility of .
period of time each day for levying an ad valorem tax in the city, and to report to the ?
Monday, October 1, 1962 was .an important date on the worrying about what may hap- board as soon as possible. ;"
Island. Because that day marked the completion and the pen if someone pushes the It is a considered conclusion that there is no such thingas ,
beginning--the opening of the very important Island Chamberof wrong button--whether will- a "small ad valorem tax." It is in the same category as
Commerce Information Center. fully or accidently. being "a little bit pregnant."Both can lead to embarrassing 'I'
The Center is one of the most significant steps toward Although we feel we DO real- consequences.Niles .
development of the Island since the opening of the three new ize the seriousness of the sit- said he had been considering such possibility for i

modern bridges. uation, it is our firm convic- some time, but by the time the November meeting rolled 1
Two of the Island' cities have contributed to the Chamberof tion that the World and its peo- around, cooler heads had prevailed, and neither the subject
Commerce this year, with one contribution not earmarkedfor ple are no worse off than they 'nor the committee report ever was mentioned thereafter. f
the Center, but voted into its building fund by the Chamber have been many, many timesin One paragraph of Scott's report reads: "By letting out '
members, and the other contribution specifically given for the past. The weapons at maintenance work to private contractors the City has saved I .

that purpose. hand are horrible to contem- thousands of dollars. I once computed this saving at $7,000a
One city commissioner, before voting to make the con- plate, but during the Middle year. This is one reason we have survived for all these
tribution, spoke of his own previous objections to making Ages the Roman Catholic years without direct taxes." Fine! Why not retain the status
such a contribution because he had not felt the taxpayers Church, then the chief strong- quo?
should contribute to an organization which had as its princi- hold of Christianity and having "No: one who has not been on the job at City Office knows
pal reason for being,the promotion of business on the Island. great power, sought to outlaw what is involved in getting after, and following up, some ten
Which leads to the question of Why an Information Center? war because it felt the inven- individuals--for no one contractor can give full time. Delays,
Or, to go further--Why a Chamber of Commerce? tion of the crossbow might be absences, frustrations, broken promises, cajoleries--all I
Part of the by-laws of the Chamber, under the heading the end of civilization becauseit interspersed with complaints from honest citizens." Sug-
Objectives and Activities, reads follows: ". To promote was such a terrible weapon. gestion: A check with officials of those cities which hire
the civic interests and general welfare of the community. ." But somehow or other, the employees to operate city-owned equipment, to see if all
One of the organization's projects which has benefited the World has managed to pull frustrations are eliminated by owning and operating e uip-
entire Island has been its sponsorship of the Mosquito Lar- through, and we have no spec- ment. Or whether the "complaints from honest citizens': are
viciding Program over the past several years. ial reason to believe it won't any fewer. ,
And in many another way, the Chamber's activities, even again. And on this subject we Mayor Scott's comment about what a model city Holmes
in the areas where they pertain to the promotion of business, have no inside knowledgeinfact Beach could become if it had more revenue may be correct, ?
have benefited and will continue to benefit the community.Since we don't know whetherwar but it would be difficult to illustrate with concrete municipal .,
1950 the population of the Island has tripled, and the will break out first in examples. The income never is sufficient to take care of the
Chamber of Commerce, with its constant promotion of the Cuba or Mississippi.In untold number of projects suggested. If such were true in
tourist industry, is responsible for a large part of that other words, let's not actual practice, New York City probably would be the most
growth.A spend any great amount of time "model city,anywhere--because it has the largest income. ,
certain small percentage of the winter visitors-- or energy worrying about what But the sad fact of the matter is that the city constantlyis
permanent residents. Or, to state it conversely--very few of might happen--and then again, seeking new sources of revenue, with the budget never
today's permanent residents were not winter visitors before might never happen--and let's quite elastic enough to cover the many avenues of spending.And .
deciding to make their homes here. just try to do the daily job as too, as the income becomes larger, and the respon-
One, of the most important results of increased population well as possible until some sibility of the city officials greater, it then becomes necess-
--and one which benefits the private citizen or retired-from other course of action is In- ary to start paying the officials, and each year more em-
-business homeowner in an important way economically dicated. Meanwhile we must ployees are needed, and each year the per capita cost of \
the maintenance of real estate values.If act as if we MIGHTbe here fora local government increases.
the present population level were, through some set of long time to come! Once the cycle is well started, there is no predicting
hard-to-imagine circumstances, to be frozen, or if the growth where it will end. But it is safe to say that it will be a long .
potential of the Island were to disappear, what would happento cold midweek Sunday before ad valorem taxes, once levied,
real estate values? Where would a buyer come from when Recommended reading: Recently ever will be removed. Nor will there be many years where
someone now living here had to sell his property? published LETTERS the ad valorem taxes will be lower than those of the previous
That same population increase has made possible and FROM EARTH by Mark Twain, year. I\ ,

feasible many of the Island facilities which we take more or whose daughter has refused to A good, nearby example is the little City of Anna Maria. \
less for granted today, but which even the most resistant-to- have the series of papers pub- And for purposes of illustration, the figures for the period i
lished in the than 50
change amoung our citizens must admit have done much to more from 1955-56 to 1962-63 are presented below, with the bud- p
make living on the Island more pleasant, more comfortable, years since her father's death. get of the city doubling in that time.
have been released in
more convenient and more safe. They Budget Year Tax Rate Total Taxes Total Budget
Most important of all are the three new bridges, despitethe book form, and in condensed 1955-56 6 Mills $ 4,990 $21,600
tolls charged on two of them. Another feature is the version, were released in the 1956-57 8 Mills 7,836 20,349*
of better roads.New residential developments made latest issue of LIFE. Well
building 1957-58 7 Mills 9,700 24,220
possible because of the expanding'population, have drained worth your* reading* time.* 1958-59 5 Mills 8,293** 25,654**
mosquito-breeding swamplands and made more and better 1959-60 7 Mills 13,000 31,600
available. Vast have been made in Good news for our Canadian
housing improvements 1960-61 10 Mills 20,138 36,138
visitors--that Canadian vaca-
power and telephone service. 1961-62 4.8 Mills 25,271 42,381***
Directly traceable to the rise in population are improved tion dollars will be accepted In 1962-63 4.8 Mills 26,156 46,601**** 4

police protection, better mosquito control, erosion control, Florida at face value, despitethe Some obviously poor planning here. The only example of
difference in the rate of
better drainage, an airstrip, flying service, improved zoning lowering the budget in eight budget years checked.
laws, improved building codes and generally improved local exchange.* ** The year of the famed Brier-Jordan bout. Rate loweredas
government.The a political move.
two Island fire departments, although organized a few Anyone feel like complainingabout *** Note that although the rate was lowered, the budget was
years prior to 1950, have expanded greatly since that time, weather on the Island? higher than that of the previous year.
About how hot it is or has been?
and have first class modern with resultant ****
now equipment, a This was the year the budget (according to city offi-
Or about how how
?
dry or wet
lowering of fire insurance rates. cials) was to be raised to cover road work--"but only for
Now going on two years of age,the Island Bank is growingout If so, spend a little time think- this year, it will be lowered next year."
of its swaddling clothes, and is a going concern. ing about what it's doing in ***** Comment by officials: "We held the rate the same."
Expanded and better postal service is another result. New more northerly parts of the And in a serious vein, the officials in Anna Maria City
or larger postal facilities have been built In all three Island country. We have several doz- are every bit as hard working and conscientious as those in
cities. Development of the Island Center in Holmes en notes telling about the cool-
Shopping any city anywhere. They merely are the victims of an inherited -
Beach, and the establishment of new stores, barber shops, ness of the weather in our system which is extremely difficult to change. The
beauty parlors, service stations, laundries, repair shops, northern states, and quote a demands on the budget constantly exceed the income, makingit
marinas, restaurants, funeral home and ambulance service, couple of short examples: necessary to raise the income.
and many other services became economically feasible because "Cold summer this here--42 degrees Direct quote from Scott report: "The City of Anna Maria
of more potential customers. morning. Expect taxpayers cheerfully submit to a 4.8 mill tax." PLEASE
The religious side of Island life has not been neglected.Six snow "and freezing weather to- NAME THREE OF THOSE CHEERFUL TAXPAYERS, MR.
churches, four of them new since 1950, now are well at- night. SCOTT.
tended. Better recreational facilities are availablebothforyoung "Expect to get our summer
Another "Is Holmes Beach unable
quote: or unwilling to
people and adults--and since 1950,the Island Players' weather after we return to the "
do what Anna Maria does? OUR ADVICE: DON'T LET ANY-
Island.
organization has grown into an important Island institution.One ONE GET AT YOU BY APPEALING TO YOUR PRIDE--
of the most important of all results of the increased STICK TO YOUR PRINCIPLES AND REMEMBER YOUR
population--the over all appearance of the Island has improved Enjoyed our recent picture- POCKETBOOKS! STALL OFF THOSE AD VALOREM TAXESAS
greatly in the last dozen years, an indirect benefit of the taking visit to the Island PowerSquadron's LONG AS POSSIBLE! KEEP ON BEING "UNWILLING."
activities of the Island Chamber of Commerce.So new-old school at
when all"votes" are in and countedthere can be very Cortez. So great is the interestin EDITOR'S NOTE: We want to point out that we are one of Carl
little doubt that the Chamber of Commerce, whether or not boating, enrollment in the Scott's staunchest supporters, and count him as a good friend,
it intends to do so, benefits everyone living here. basic course is now 135. but disagree thoroughly on the subject of ad valorem taea.I'ap' .







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October 4, 1962 THE ISLANDER Yang 3


I Association Seeks Tax Relief On Longboat Key Island Pram Fleet Will


hasty, ill-conceived proposalthat Compete At St. Pete
October 2 1962
,
taxes be increased 2
Chairman, The next regatta in which the --'" ?:-
mills, and will take appropriate -
Board of County Commissioners Island Pram Fleet will par-
steps to counter the increasing -
ticipate will be held at the { s r
tax burden. We request -
Sarasota County that the Commissioners St. Petersburg Yacht Club on

Sarasota, Florida withdraw the proposed 2-mill Saturday, October 13.
Dear Mr. Chairman: increase. Several matters of routine

The Longboat Key Taxpayers pram fleet business were discussed -
The facts are clear. The UNUSUAL TWO-
Association views with con- at a recent meeting of
taxpayers of Sarasota Countyare the Board of Directors of the HEADED CabbagePalm
cern the 2-mill tax increase
being forced, unless action -
off Gulf.
Anna Maria Boat Club, just
the Com-
proposed by County spon-
to the contrary is taken, 53rd II
Drive
organization for the near
missioners. The Associationis soring
to out $517,000 unneces-
pay Street. Short stubat I
opposed to any unnecessary pram fleet.Commodore. II
sarily. It is also clear that if I
increase of county taxes. Charles Ansel, bottom of tree I
items
already budgeted were
at whose home the meeting was grows from same I
delayed a few months to a
EDITOR'S NOTE: Our reason held, reported that all, sprits, trunk as left trunk
whatever funds are actually -
for including this letter this year booms and masts had been although it was ,
needed could be used to
week is because of the present alleviate the flood problem and numbered, and a new record cut or broken off.

widespread interest in taxes, not one penny of new taxes locker built and installed in the (Islander Photo)

and feeling against any further would be requiredT floating pram shelter by Dr.
Ed Huth.
increase in taxes. Also, the 'The voters expect their elec-
Instruction Chairman Mrs.J. .
Longboat Key Taxpayers Asso- ted officials to act calmly and
Blackburn
Hartley announ-
ciation plans a strong protest rationally whenever a crisis ced that a sufficient number of I
arises. Hasty, ill-considered
in the .
against assessments part persons had volunteered to instruct -
of the Key which lies in Manatee actions, such as this unnec- the children's sailing
millage increase do
essary
classes. Ansel who instructs
County. ,
not reflect the wishes of the
adult classes, said the classes
people whom you are chosento
had been changed to 11 a.m.
The Commission has stated represent.

. that the increase amounting to Yours very truly, each Saturday.
the in the
of
$500,000 is' needed, as a result J. Russell Garvin, President, Storage prams
of the recent heavy rain, Longboat Key Taxpayers Association event of a hurricane was discussed DAN McCLURE is not the
but decision reached. -
and no
for road maintenance re-
habilitation. However, the Anyone who has a building Commission Candidate who
where the boats could be stor- 1
county estimate of damage that the
done is some $300,000. Obviously Mrs. Elizabeth W. GrayMrs. ed in such an emergency is suggested Countyget

$200,000 of the increased asked to contact either Anselor Into the motel business.

tax is Elizabeth Wood Gray, Bob Hoffman.

leads one to unnecessary.This question the 85, 2328 Second Avenue East, Many of the prams are in DAN CLURE'S opponent

of Bradenton, died in a local rest need of painting and minor repairs ,4-

validity Unfortunately any increase.the directionof home Wednesday, September and parents of partici- endorsed the plan for leasingthe

government is to spend 26.Born pating children are asked to South End of Anna Maria
whatever is collected, in Columbia, Tenn., she help make the repairs.

regardless money of original reason moved to the Island from that I Island for private development.DAN .
in 1938 and for
for the tax.Annual city many CLURE does not believe in government
lived Willow Avenue
years on -
budgets are generally
based the Anna Maria She was the competing with private local business.
on preceding year's THE
widow of the late Marvin Wil- r
expenditures plus a factor of son Gray Sr. ,Q ISLANDER DAN McCLURE believes our taxpayers must be
safety. Therefore, the trend of 1A
government spending is upward She was a member of Roser ONLY $3.50 protected from governmental encroachment.BE .
Memorial Community Church.
regardless of true needsof YEAR
Survivors are a Marvin
son,
the people. The ever increasing SURE--WITH DAN Me CLURE I
cost of Wilson Gray Jr., Bradenton,
governmentand and a brother, R. W. Wood Sr.
taxes will be stopped onlyif PAID POLL TICAL ADVERTISEMENT
of Arlington, Va.
taxpayers question, and -
oppose Funeral services were heldat e
as organized groups,the Griffith-Cline Island
Chapel
collection of
unnecessarytaxes Friday morning, with the Rev.
inept and
management Lee Ratliff
pastor of the Island -
inefficient operations.The .
Baptist Chapel, officia-
Longboat Key Taxpayers ting. Burial in Manasota Mem-
Association opposes the orial Park. Limited

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Page THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 4, 1962

ITL ANNA MARIA ISLANO TIDES
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OCTOBERHIGH..- -LOW...

M 4 Thur. 1 1:44 a.m. 1.8 ":30 L 9109 a.m.0.2 75 p.m. L0S
q kid Q,, J ,I Fri. 2:26 a.m. 1.8 .....-. :..-.-- 10:15 a.m..0.2 ...-._........_..
f 6 Sat. 3a22 a.m. 1.7 9:44 p.m. 1.1 11:30 a.m.0.2 10.27 p.m. 1.0
7 Sun. .c:" a.m. 1.7 9..8 p.m. 1.2 125 p.m..0.2 .--__......._
8 Mon. 6.20 a.m. 1.6 9.57 p.m. 1.2 12.16 a.m. 1.1 1:51 p.m..0.3'
9 Tue. 7a"5 a.m. 1.7 10.08 p.m. 1.3 1:35 a.m. 0.9 2..5 p.m. 0.2
Fishing has been good, but 10 Wed. 8:56 a.m. 1.7 10:23 p.m. 1..c 2:36 a.m. 0.7 3.32 p.m. 0.2
news of the fishing has proved 11 Thur. 10100 a.m. 1.7 10142 p.rn. 1.5 3:29 a.m. 0." 4:11 p.m. 0.0
difficult to come by for the > 12 Fri. 10.58 a.m. 1.7 11.03 p.m. 1.6 .c:18 a.m. 0.1 46 p.m. 0.2
last week or two. The heavy 13 Sat. 11:54 a.m. 1.6 11:28 p.m. 1.8 5.05 a.m.0.2 5:18 p.m. 0.4
rains of two weeks ago kept 1.c Sun. 12151 p.m. 1.5 11155 p.m. 1.9 5:52 a.m..0.4 56 p.m. 0.6
w'i ... ..... .
people away from their favor- r1 j 15 Mon. 1:50 p.m. 1.3 - 60 a.m.0.5 6:14 p.m. 0.8
16 Tue. 12127 a.m. 2.0 2:56 p.m. 1.1 7130 a.m. 0.6 60 p.m. 0.9
ite and even the
fishing spots, 17 Wed. 1100 a.m. 2.0 ":25 p.m. 1.0 8125 a.m. 0.5 7:04 p.m. 0.9
Cortez party boats did not run. 18 Thur. 11 a.m. 1.9 .-..--.-....- 9:25 a.m..0.4 .-..-......-.....
Last week, however, things 19 Fri. 2:32 a.m. 1.8 8:29 p.m. 1.1 10:32 a.m.0.3 9:12 p.m. 1.0
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began to return to normal, and 20 Sat. 33 a.m. 1.6 8:52 p.m. 1.1 11:45 a.m. 0.2 11:08 p.m. 1.0
the ADMIRAL TOO made five Mr. and Mrs. Gerry McManamy and family, who this week 21 Sun. 5:19 a.m. 1.5 9:13 p.m. 1.2 12:56 p.m.0.1 .......--.......-
trips, including Sunday. qualified to become American citizens. Left to right are Mrs. 22 Mon. 6:57 a.m. 1..c 9:32 p.m. 1.2 12.47 a.m. 0.9 1a54 p.m. 0.0
Catches were good, but the McManamy, Bill, Sharon and Gerry, and standing are twins 23 Tue. 8.20 a.m. 1..c 95 p.m. 1.3 1158 a.m. 0.7 2139 p.m. 0.1
fish were small. Top catches Derry and Danny. The McManamys who moved here five 24 Wed. 912. a.m. 1.4 9:57 p.m. 1.3 29 a.m. 0." 3115 p.m. 0.2
Monday were: Donald Craft years ago from Sherbrooke, Quebec, are the owners and 25 Thur. 10115 a.m. 1." 10:10 p.m. 1.4 3131 a.m. 0.2 3..5 p.m. 0.3
and Robert Seneca, both ol operators of Merrimac On The Gulf in Holmes Beach, one 26 Fri. 10:58 a.m. 1.4 10:27 p.m. 1.5 :08 a.m. 0.0 ":11 p.m. 0."
Ill and both catching of the Island's leading motel resorts. They will be sworn in 27 Sat. 11:37 a.m. 1.3 10:46 p.m. 1.6 ":"3 a.m..0.2 :36 p.m. 0.5
Lyons, 28 Sun. 12:15 p.m. 1.3 11:06 p.m. 1.7 5.17 a.m.0.4 5:00 p.m. 0.6 I
as citizens about the middle of next month. (Islander Photo)
identical 10
1/2 pound grouper. 29 Mon. 12.55 p.m. 1.2 11.28 p.m. 1.8 5:52 a.m. 0.5 5.22 p.m. 0.7
Philip Cross of Cobleskill,, 30 Tue. 1:37 p.m. 1.1 11:55 p.m. 1.9 6:29 a.m.0.6 53 p.m. 0.8 I
N. Y. and Henry Revei of St, anda, Ohio, 10 1/2 pounder, St. Bernard Youth 31 Wed. 2:28 p.m. 1.1 ...........NN 7:10 a.m.0.6 6:01 p.m. 0.9 I
and Bill Mathews of Bradenton ;
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Clair Shores, Mich each lan-
ded 9 Beach, a 9 1/2 pounder. Group Meets For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read. i
a 3/4 pounder.
Thirty young people of St. ings, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
McDowell of Wednesday: Mrs. D.M.Ern- ,
Tuesday: B. D.
est Avon Park, a 15 1/2 Bernard Church enjoyed a
Jackson, Mich., 12 3/4 pound pound, plus a 15 pound breakfast at the home of Mr. Guild, Mrs. Robert Kaekel, ler, pastor of St. Bernard, .t A
grouper
grouper; Thomas Barr of AmGRANDDADDY :Mrs. Stan Routh visited with the
red snapper, and J. W. Mur- and Mrs. William Gibson of Mrs. Eugene young people ;
phy, Marysville, Ohio, a 12 Sunrise Park, after attendinga Valeria, Mrs. Ed Geyer,Mrs. during the meal.
pound black grouper. service at the church during George McDonald, Mrs. RobJoan Mayers and Thomas
A Thursday: Marcella Hamas, which they all received com- :ert Harter and Mrs. Ed HaverCarnes were chosen as a committee -
munion together, Sunday. kos Jr. to plan future activitiesThe
Detroit, 19 pound grouper;
George Hamas, Palmetto, a The breakfast was cooked Rev. Francis Welsmil- of the youth group.

9 pound grouper, and Ray and served by members of St.

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i: o- back grouper with;a George 14 1/2 pound Moorman red SEE'S TELEPHONE 7782780.

-ii from far away Guam, a 12
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F.. pounder. Bayou Marina Inc. What's "home rule"?

My present conviction is that Manatee

Could, 1,. you .1 I THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINAAND a County should NOT adopt the
L A FISHING CENTERIN Metro form now dominating Dade
MANATEE COUNTY County. But our County should have
the power to enact laws that affectno
DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON -. other the
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October, 1962 THE ISLANDER fatty 5

Island Bowling LeagueTHE Wally Warner 191 Spring Bowling Meet

Harvey Meyer. a 191 To Be Held Here

TOP TEN SERIES Between 900 and 1,000 of
Kayo Keding 577 Florida's top keglers will arrive -
Aaron VanOstenbridge 568 in Bradenton early in May
Bob Guild 558 for the Florida State Bowling
Frank Davidson 538 Association's annual State
Lefty Miller 534 Championships.
Tom Edwards 531 William H. Winters of Orlando -
George Dykstra 529 secretary for the associa- t
Ed Wiese 520 tion, announced recently that
ISLANDER team was Chick Chapman 519 two lanes Rip Van Winkle and
hot in Friday evening's Island Clyde Harman 519 Sarasota Lanes, had been sel-
Bowling League action, and ected as dual sites for the 9I
took all four points in its SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES event, with opening competition -
match with Dick Wagner Real- Kayo Keding 234 tentatively set for the
ty. High individual scorers Bud Hottman 233 weekend of May 4.
were Kayo Keding, 202-577, Bob Whipple 231 Singles and doubles will be
and George Thibodeau, 186, Clyde Harman 226 rolled at Sarasota Lanes,with ,
and Art King, 510. George Thibodeau 225 teams using facilities at Rip '
Other team and high indivi- George Dykstra 220 Van Winkle. At least six week- MANATEE HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING SQUAD and
dual follows Bob Guild 219 end sessions will be requiredto dinner at the
scores were as : sponsor at a birthday party Friday evening
Island Marine Supply 3, Van- Lefty Miller 216 complete the 62-63 championships home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Higgins of 77th Street, Holmes
Ostenbridge Builders 1. Frank Davidson 215 V/inter said, with a Beach. The birthday was shared by Janice Higgins and Kathy
(Frank Moc, 189, Ernie Frank Davidson 215 seventh provided for in the Gordon, both of whom were seventeen. Starting at left fore-
Schmidt 511 event of heavier registration.Last clockwise Cheerleaders Connie Clinton
; Aaron VanOs- ground, are: Judy
tenbridge, 210-568). SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES year's event drew more Robson, Beverly Hayman, Pam Akins, Claudia Tuten, Virgie
Gray's Econowash 3, Anna Frank Davidson 641 than 750 teams and Winters Yerly, Kathy Gordon, Janice Higgins, Pam Basehore, Susan
Maria Electric 1. (Leon Staf- Bob Whipple 598 estimates nearly 1,000 will be Kenworthy, Merrie Lynn Wang,Emily Benson and Sally Warner -
ford, 177-452; Gene Moss, Bud Hottman 598 on hand for this season's Miss Mable Clark, faculty sponsor, right foreground.
185, Ralph Kleinbeck, 506). Lefty Miller 582 petition. The ManateeSarasota Absent was Janet Troxel. (Islander Photo)
Pete Reynard's Restaurant Art Shumaker 582 Bowling Association is
3, Tropical Vista 1. (Wally Kayo Keding 577 serving as host for the cham- ,.
Warner, 191, Harvey Meyer, Kayo Keding 577 pionships, with PresidentGene
191-499; Tom Edwards, 203, Bob Guild "571 Cohenour helping WIn-
Bob Guild, 558)). Aaron VanOstenbridge 568 ters to coordinate arrange-
City Pier-Beachcomber 3, Clyde Harman 568 ments. Additional details will
Bayou Marina 1. (Lefty Mil- a be announced soon, accordingto
ler, 216, Frank Davidson,538; SEVEN LOW GAMES Cohenour.
Roy Phillips, 166-439, Hank Don Mellin 98 .
Lessons 4
Free i
Niesiobedski, 439)). Roger Haynes 110 Boating t -
Schuchard Plumbing 2, Bay George Wagner 111 Charles Ansel, commodoreof .Mj Y r,.. ?w

Area Insurance 2.(Clyde Harman Bob DeVane 112 the Anna Maria Boat Club, .:, R $ ,-
184, Ed Wiese, 184-520; Frank Mokry 112 sponsoring organization for ,
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e Thursday October 4. 1962


MAYOR CARL SCOTT


Reports Holmes Beach Fiscal And Physical Facts II


ROADS ceed, notifications be sent out, 4. 'With the building of acom- building. This is fairly- big the original ordinances that
Our road paving program is and hearings held without any mercial structure, already project. Cost to ,the City about are still in force, except as
lagging. From 1956 through further delay.We started, on Block S, Holmes $4,000. they may be modified by the
1960 we averaged four to five can, with funds now avail- Beach 15th Unit, between 59th 9. In 1961 South Harbor result of study now, and all
new projects a year. The last able in the Road Accounts this and 60th, it is now desirable to Drive, Sportsman Harbor was active amendments. Then, in
two years only one each. And fiscal year, undertake $4,000in pave 60th through from Marina paved at the request and expense a single document, anyone can
both these projects were instituted new paving projects, the to Holmes Boulevard, and of the residents there. read all the zoning regulations
by the property own- City paying a third. We can 59th from Marina to its inter- Residents of North Harbor quickly.It .
ers themselves.To also undertake right away, the section with 60th. Cost to the Drive might be encouraged to is recommended that a
get Holmes Beach in bet- three special projects outlined City, one-third of total cost, do the same. study be made by the Zoning
ter shape on road paving, the below, not involving ass- about $1,500. The continuationof 10. At several times in past Committee of the Council,
Council should take the init- essments. 60th through to Gulf Drive, years consideration has been drawing on such assistanceas
iative. 1. This first is a special pro- should be paved next year, given to paving Avenue E in they see fit, and a new com-
Since the passage of Ordin- ject. It is to open up 52nd St., when the Neptune Gardens Ilexhurst, some 2,000 feet. prehensive ordinance prepared.
ance No. 57 in August, 1957, and clear Second Avenue from area, recently purchased, is There has not been any request .
all NEW subdivisions must be 51st to 52nd. Clearing, grad- opened up and new homes built. from the residents of Suggestions regarding Sec-
paved at the developers' ex- ing, shelling, ditching, but not 5. At least two of the streets the street, partly because of tion 10 of Ordinance No. 2,
pense. But much of Holmes paving. The first step mightbe running from Gulf Drive to the the cost of the assessments, made at the September 11
Beach occupied area is madeup to clear 900 feet west of Gulf below 53rd Street shouldbe and partly because of the spec- meeting, can be considered in
of older subdivisions,plat- Gulf Drive, and then clear a paved. These might be 51st ial drainage problems there. this study.
ted when there was no requirement ten-foot walkway to the beach, and 49th. A committee of three 11. When 85th Street was The County only recently has
to pave streetsIlexhurst some 700 feet more. The next residents of that general area paved, and Marina Drive from passed an all-embracing zon-
Casanas, Jones, West step would be to clear and should be appointed to studythe 77th to the end of 85th, it was ing ordinance after two years'
Wind Shores, the early part of shell the whole length. Cost is situation and make recom- expected that there would soon work. Holmes Beach should
Bay Palms, and eight Holmes very difficult to estimate,pro- mendations. Cost to the City be a need to pave one or more follow suit, but do it quicker.
Beach units. bably $2,000. about $2,500. Projects 4 and 5 of the cross streets in the area 13. Fees for requests for re-
The City of Anna Maria has 2. Apply a second surface on should be done in this fiscal --which includes 80th, 81st, zoning. It is common practicein
in the past year, and this year, Marina Drive from 66th to year, as well as 1, 2 and 3. 83rd and 84th. This area many cities to require a fee
taken a far more agressive attitude 77th Streets. This stretch is 6. Sixty-seventh Street from should be studied. Probably83rd from anyone who requests a '
on road paving, and may now a standard mixed in place Gulf Drive to Holmes Boule- should be the first to be hearing on a proposed zoning
before long, get all its streets job, but because of heavy traffic vard should be paved, as 67th paved. The above are by no change. It is only fair that the
paved. We still have several should have an extra sur- from Holmes Boulevard to means the only projects for prospective beneficiary of a
miles of streets unpaved. face. Half of this stretch,from Palm Drive is already paved. paving, but if they are under- change should pay his share of
Getting a street paved, when 66th to 71st, was paved in 1956 Cost to the City about $800. taken this year and next, a the extra expense to which the
part of the cost is assessed by Peder Mickelsen at his own 7. Sixty-eighth Street from further step will have been City is put to process a peti-
against abutting property own- expense, although the City at Palm Drive to Holmes Boule- made in a long range problemof tion. We should set up such
ers, takes time. The prelimi- that time could have classifiedit vard should be paved,directly getting all Holmes Beach fees.
nary estimates; decision by as a primary road and paida south of Clark Lake. The streets paved.ZONING 14. Zoning of the strip between -
the Council; passage of the third. The north half, 940 stretch from Holmes Boulevard REVISION 52nd and 53rd. Although
resolution; notification of the feet, was paved in 1957 by the to Gulf Drive can come 12. The basic zoning ordin- the petition to rezone 950 feet
property owners; hearing on City. Type of surface recom- later. ance, No.2, was passed in of this strip did not pass, the
the assessments; advertisingfor mended for this project wouldbe 8. Holmes Boulevard shouldbe June, 1950. It was revised by subject is not ended.
bids. Usually three months the same as applied a year paved from 62nd to 73rd. It Ordinance 41, passed Febru- Even those who, as abutting
elapse between first discus- ago to 79th St. Cost approxi- might be objected that between ary, 1956. Many changes have property owners, or owners
sion of a street paving projectand mately $2,100. 62nd and 66th there is now only since been made, by 22 separate across a street, opposed sucha
the actual start of work. 3. The third special project, one house. But there are sev- ordinances which were a- change as was asked, would
Council should not later than not involving assessments, is eral north of 68th, and this is mendments to No. 2 or No. 41, probably agree it would be
the November 6 meeting det- the improvement of the inter- a third through route in the or both. right to do something. And
ermine what projects shouldbe section of 66th, Marina and City and paving it would bal- The time has come to draftan those of the Council who did
initiated and vote on them, Palm. This already has been ance out the traffic and tendto entirely new zoning ordi- not vote "yes" to the petition
so the City Engineer can pro- approved by the Council. open up the area for more nance, embodying all parts of (Continued on Page 7)f )


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SCOTT REPORT... By letting out maintenancework ia does?
(Continued from Page 6)) to private contractorsthe 4.8 mills on our valuation 3 as
have City has saved thousandsof would yield $50,000. That is
indicated that if a suit-
able dollars. I once computedthis $50,000 on top of the $35,000in
plan were presented they
saving at $7,000 a year. revenues. estimated for this
would favor some change from
This is one reason we have year. Maybe we don't need a
the present residential status survived all these years with- 4.8 mill tax. But the Council
of the strip.
out direct taxes. could do a lot for the City with,
This area in Holmes
was not
But many, many times we say, $75,000.CITY .
Beach when the
incorporated
town was have ,been delayed in getting WIDE, TAX PAID,SER-
in 1950,and so was
work done because
: contractors VICES
not included in the commercialarea
were not available just 17. With City wide taxes, we
zoned at that time.
when wanted.No could soon get all roads, or at
When the area was annexedin one who has not been on least all roads frequently tra-

1954, a zoning commission, the Job at City Office knows veled, paved by the Citypaidby
all members of which lived in what is involved after .
in getting all, as the streets are used 4
the newly annexed area, voted and :
following up,some ten by all.
for a zoning pattern in the new Individuals--for no one con- With City wide taxes we could

area which left this strip zon- tractor can give full time. Delays get all lots mowed by the City,

ed R-2. absences, frustrations, paid by all, for all benefit by a "
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Eight years have now elapsedand broken promises, cajoleriesall clean city. ;.
it is time to take a new
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interspersed com- I spent years a com- -
view of the situation. This plaints from honest citizens. munity in Connecticut that did Sm3G. x

study should be initiated by The Council should now give just that--Everybody's lot was

the Council itself.It consideration to establishing a mowed by the City as part of ;
would be well to get the maintenance department. The the service rendered for the

views of an outside profes- City has grown to the point taxes paid. -.,.,.,. r.,. p.h; ;'
sional planner. where it is warranted.A We might make garbage col- .

I recommend that the County maintenance departmentmeans lection City wideeverybody's a' .. .. .. .. .
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: A lot on which to builda garbage collected by the .- .
the County Planning Manager, barn A barn with machine and :;..:> : ", .e.
; City at city expense, none -u :
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William Vines to study this .
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t shop; A truck; A tractor with omitted to cause unsanitary .. --
strip, and adjacent areas, and blade, loader, and mower attachments conditions.We .
make recommendations as to ; A trailer; A mos- could have a truly model
'the most effective use of the quito fogger attachment; A full City.
land, and recommendations as time working superintendentand
to traffic,streets,etc.as well. full time helper;Maintenance AD VALOREM and UTILITIES
Mr. Vines should have an unbiased of and TAXES
machinery, upkeep
approach, and if, as I operating costs, and all nec- 18. There are about 350 mun-
suspect, his services can be essary insurance. icipalities in Florida; more T

obtained without cost to the I will not set down here what than half have the utilities tax. RE-ELECT

City, the Council would have a such a program will cost to Some have objected to the ;::"..:"< <<:.
valuable guide to procedure.Vines start, and what it will cost each tax, but the fact remains it is
will undertake the job if widely accepted, and we wouldbe
year, but it is fair to state that
given permission by the County it cannot be carried without the joining a large club if we JAMES[ HALEY
Commission. went along.
imposition of ad valorem taxesor .
15. A project relating in partto utilities taxes or both. The beauty of the utilitiestax /,

the zoning of this strip,and These might be contemplatedin is the ease of collection.You > ': .
in part to improved traffic pat- the 1963-1964 budget. just sit back and accept a TO CONGRESS
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would be the check once a month. The util- .:':: :'" '
tern, opening up The City of Anna Maria tax- :(<::'>:::
of a road, to run south from submit ities tax reaches those whose
cheerfully
payers to a
53rd, at the eastern end of the;, 4.8 mill tax. home valuation is too low to be SEVENTH-DISTRICT. .,. .

parcel of land facing the Gulf Is Holmes Beach unable or reached by be ad valorem.To t 1\i;\: ';;: :;;. ;;;:
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owned by Ray Perrine. This unwilling to do what Anna Mar-
would give direct access from YOU CAN COUPON. .::
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without having to be Involved RUSS'TVSALES :N"i.j: : t ,;h"*.. ': .;.:;#::'M"t\.: t1 :*___ _____
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bottleneck.CITYandSTREETMAINTEN. SERVICE RENTALS $IALSYT.f .
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday October, 1962


Roser Church ScheduleA Cubs Pinewood Derby

meeting of Roser Guild Members of Pack 7, Island
will be held In the educational Cub Scouts, took part in a -.'
building of the church at 10:30 Pinewood Derby Race at the
CHURCHESHARVEY a.m. Tuesday, October 9. A Island Youth Center Saturday r
coffee hour has been planned, afternoon.The .
MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational and Carl Scott will talk to the event consisted of racing .
( ) group about the recent expan- small wooden automobiles on
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Bradvnten Beach sion of the church, and answer a track approximately 30 feet
R.,. A. W. Simras all questions. long. A standard event for Cub Pinewood Derby, -
Scouts, the cars used are made a sporty auto rac- ,
COMMUNION SUNDAY: Guest speaker at Roser from standard kits, with the ing event at theIslandYouthCen ,; L" "{
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Memorial Community Church boys allowed to have help in rnAA'

10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Sunday, October 7, will be the making the cars. Each car, ter Saturday for :,'' a; s
The Rev. Arthur Sims will resume
after could
completion, weighnot
Rev. James Fisher of Sara- the Cub .
services, October 7.
Sunday more than five ounces.
sota.A retired Presbyterian min- The track, with a manual (Islander Photo) ,

ST. BERNARD MISSION ister, the Rev Mr. Fisher has starting device which starts ;.
PrUstt R.v. Francis F. W.l.mill.r supplied the pulpit at Roser six cars together, was made
while the Rev. Richard Wig- by two Bradenton Cub leaders 4
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m.
gins, pastor of the church,was and loaned to the local group sx
WEEKDAYS 8 a.m.
: on vacation.The for the event. On the track the E *
HOLY DAYS 8 & 6 :
: a.m. p.m.
World Wide Communion cars are guided by straddling
WEDNESDAYS: service scheduled for Sunday raised wooden strips, with the
7:30 p.m., Rosary & Benediction. will be postponed until further power furnished by gravity.
notice, as well as the receiv- Approximately 20 Cub Scouts
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL ing of new members. competed, with winners as fol- 4rw
Re. Lee Ratliff, Pastor lows: Tom Turvaville, first;
Episcopal ChurchwomenThe Steve Valeria, second; David
THURSDAY: Deam, third, and Chris Pratt,
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams. first meeting of the sea- fourth. Consolation prizes
FRIDAY: son of the Episcopal Churchwomen were awarded to Tom Parks
7:00 p.m. Finance Comm. Meet. of the Church of The and Mike Barnes. First prize
SUNDAY: Annunciation will be held on included a plaque, a modelcar
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Thursday, October 4, starting and a neckerchief slide;
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. with a corporate communionat and model cars and slides
2:30 p.m. Intermediate G.A. 9 a.m. Mrs. J. Coleman, were awarded the next three VOTE FOR AN
5:30 p.m. Cherub Choir. chairman for Christian Edu- winners.
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. cation, will present the theme
MONDAY: and plan of study for the year. Unitarian Fellowship"The
7:30 p.m. Steering Comm. Mt.. All women of the Episcopal Believer," a sermon 5-
TUESDAY: Church are considered mem- by the Rev. Duncan Howlett of
7:00 p.m. Church Choir. bers of the ECW,and a special All Souls Church,Washington,
8:00 p.m. W.M.S. Circle #1. invitation to attend this and D. C., will be the subject of the LEGISLATOR
future meetings is extended to I
WEDNESDAY: sermon and discussion at the
10:00 Ruth newcomers in the community. meeting of the Manatee Uni-
a m. Jones Circle.
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Church Busi- tarian Universalist Fellow- NN>>t Pto p ce
ness Meeting. How Is Your Subscription? ship on Sunday, October 7.

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(Non-Denominational) CERTIFIED PRICE IS
R.,. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor EXCELLENTby +.
THURSDAY: Florida Hotel $5 II fpj B ax Y; Jt1t '1 __

7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. Commission h'. x RIGHT FOR
SATURDAY: ,_ APARTMENT .

Sr. Youth Fellowship Hay Ride. Call 778-2577 0 T E L ft'mti>">,,,";"'i..."'1<0 "t.W>j'..::,,t.,'.:<(i'i..u.,..,"'>"r v.'i: .:;:t:;, .' .1
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9:00 a.m. Worship Service. STATE SENATOR
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 6504 GULF DRIVE, 1.2 BEDROOM
6:30 p.m. Intermediate &Sr. "; EFFICIENCIES I. m i1ffitmlf.ril!
Youth Fellowships. ANNA MARIA ISLAND HEATED POOL-TV

TUESDAY: RE-ELECT PRICE
6:30 p.m. Couple's Club at
Home of Dr. and Mrs. H. Boyd.

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10:00 a.m. The Service.
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THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER ONE THING you'd hay. to admit about our restrooms. *cT o >
TRINITY: Thy smell goodl I W. originally purchased a couple of Of
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. fragrant spray bombs to combat the paint odors In our ,
10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and newly-decorated"hand-washers," but so many people I
Sermon, Church School appr.ciatedand used 'em) that we've decided to keep z
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scientific explanation of many Oceanographic Foundation.

h1 % commonly observed phenomena. ( New ContributorTo Among other activities, Carl

For example, do you know The IslanderA has spent a summer in Alaska,
just HOW a jellyfish stings? where he fought forest fires,
contributor The Is-
'2W'o Or WHY the Sea glows with an new to panned for gold, and spent a
ander this week, and we hope,
eerie blue-white light on cer- few weeks living with the Esk-
tain stormy nights? Or HOWa for many weeks to come, is a imoes at Point Barrow.

flounder changes colour? f! new Island resident, Carl His special field of interestis
Keeler of Holmes Beach.
We will explain how you can of course, Marine Biology,
Carl is Professor of Bio-
a
Carl R. Keeler prepare and maintain a small rr and the column he has prom-
By logy at Manatee Junior Col-
marine aquarium in your ised to write seems to us to
home. lege, with beachcombing his be a natural for The Islander.We .
The world of the Sea is a secondary occupation. He did
world. It We will describe many unex- believe it will become a
large covers over his work the
undergraduate at
plained, and perhaps unexplai- popular feature,both interest-
two thirds of the surface of CARL KEELER University of Illinois and
nable natural How and instructive.
phenomena. ing
and has
our planet, an average Northwestern and
University,
depth of about two and one- do thousands of individual thing. Contemplating the WHYof studies Northwestern The EditorBe
graduate at -
half miles, ranging from the grunion fish in the Pacific it is another. and the famous Marine
gentle wash on our Island Ocean know EXACTLY when The Sea is virtually an unknown -

beaches to "deeps" which are the highest wave of the highest world. Every time we Woods Biological Hole, Laboratory Mass., earning at well-inforlned, Read The
tide of the high spring
seven and one-half MILES daily answer a question about it, a his Master of Science Islander.
from surface to bottom. tides in May will occur, so that dozen new questions present Northwestern. degreeat

The world of the Sea is a they may be washed ashore to themselves. Marine biology is Before moving from Chicagoto i

complex world. The chemical lay their eggs? a very young science. And Florida Carl for
taught
composition of sea water, for We will frequently review there are very few marine biologists three years at Northwestern, WE RENT
instance, is so complicatedthat books and magazines on var- in relation to the and
he has ious of life in the Sea. and of the two years at the University FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
man, try as may, aspects vastness complexity of Omaha, and served for
not yet succeeded in duplicating And occasionally, we will subject. It is our fond hope that two years as a medical labor- PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING
it in the laboratory. And a wax philosophical. The Sea this column will stimulate a technician the
in
atory Army
COTS
coral reef, of even a small and its inhabitants can teachus few young minds to enter the Medical Corps.He .

size, may contain literally many principles, which, field. The possibilities withinit is a member of several HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS

hundreds of different speciesof when applied to our daily.lives, are unlimited. And we hope scientific societies, includingBeta LINENS BLANKETS
animals and plants, each can bring a sense of peace, that we can stimulate in ALL Beta Beta Biological Ho-

having a distinct relationshipwith harmony, and contentment. minds a deep appreciation anda nor Society, Society of the Sig- LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
every other one, forminga Learning the WHAT, WHERE, profound respect for the ma Xi, and the International
fantastically complicatedweb and HOW of an organism is one world of the Sea. HOLMES BEACH 778-1472

of Life.

The world of the Sea is a

strange, mysterious world. _

How, for example does a new- _) fi\ )
ly hatched eel find its way r&

from the central Atlantic Ocean 2 ? ,-_
through thousands of i
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miles of unfamiliar currents, :. .

tides, and other obstacles,to a iJ toJ ;!., .'
small fresh-water river in Italy -

whence came the parentsit
never saw?

In this weekly column, we are '
going to explore the remark-

able world of the Sea. We will f;
devote various columns to the '
world of the plankton, to the % ; ;.W .
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unusual (by our standards)

anatomy of a starfish, to the

story of barnacles and Charles 1- ..

Darwin, to the strange, Portu- ,' .,; '. :
gese Man 0' War, to the daily '

use of common seaweed by all .l
of us, and to other diverse

topics centering around the FREE! .

Sea.We )
will attempt to give the


LEGAL NOTICE Value .
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Th. undersigned do h.r.by c.rtify that
they are conducting a boatyard business
under the fictitious name of ANCHOR
BOAT BASIN at 311 Church Str..t Bra- NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTS' .
denton Beach, Florida, and that said
firm is composed of the following persons All through the month of October, First Federol Savings will give 500 Top Value' Stomps, with each 4
whose are as names follows and} places of residence NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNT of $50. to $99.99, and 1,000 Tep Value Stamps for SAVINGS ACCOUNTS .

Frank Coppotelll of $100. or more!
Jeanette Coppotelli f:1Jir. .
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Ownership of ANCHOR BOAT BASINis

Jeanette as followss Coppotelli Frank 50%Coppotelli. 50%, Increases in the amount of $50. or more to your new or existing account will be worth 500 Top

It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof Value Stomps. All increases will be based on balances as of Sept. 30 1962. Maximum increases dur
the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee ing the month will be FOUR for each account. Dividends due on Oct. 1 1st will NOT be considered
County, Florida, to register the said
name of ANCHOR BOAT BASIN under os increases for the purposes of this promotion..
the provisions of Chapter 665.09, Lawsof
Florida. Acts of 1959.
Witness our hands this 2nd day of October GIANT DOOR PRIZESFree
1962.
Frank Coppotelli door prizes will be oworded at the close of business! on Oct. 31, 1962. Everyone is eligible to
Owners Jeanette Coppotelli register in Fjrst Federal's Lobby. Prizes will be awarded as follows

10-4 11, 18 & 25, '62 ,:' ... : \; First Prix ...._.._..............__........_.__......_..................................... 25,000 Top Value Stomps

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FOR SALE x 1 HOLMES BEACH WATERFRONTTwo

Bedroom, One and one-half Bath Home

DICK 2i with Large Florida Room; Terrazzo Floors;

Central Heat; Large Garage and Utility Room;

WAGNER 4& : Water Softener. 180 feet on Canal, with Good

r---- ..., Capped Seawall. Perfect lawn and shrubbery.All .

for ONLY 22000. Possession in 30 days.

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JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
VvfVSaMTmn KyfrfT-mtf M-a'iif lmfmHlfM
Estate Sales & Rentals
778-2663 .' 116 Slit STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
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LOVELY NEW three bedroom home on southern end of
PROPERTY Key Royale, designed and built for Col. and Mrs. James Very Special BargainUNIQUE
Cochran by Wm. B. Lee. Site for the home is one of the
APPRAISERS finest in the area. (Islander Photo) CONTEMPORARY MEDALLION ELECTRIC
HOME: 2 Bedrooms. 1 1/2 Baths, Air Conditioning&
Heat by HEAT PUMP. LARGE Living Room Sliding
Glass Doors to Florida Room.PULLMAN KITCHEN
2 BEDROOM CBHOME;LOTS ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES Carport, large Utility Room. Garden Storage Room.
Licensed fecfricoContractors Houses suitable! for Island climate Vacu-Flo Cleaning System. Beautifully Landscaped
OF CLOSETS; LARGE TILED Snapper and Pine Streets and :conditions.Additions. Trustworthy Remodeling:estipectric RePairs Corner Lot. Home only two years old, designed and
Wiring Fixtures mates given.NORMAN built for present owner. Boat anchorage 300 yards
BATH; LIVING ROOM; KIT- Beach certificate. AT LOW LOW
Private ,
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria away.
Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778.2059 I Off. 778.1410, Home 778-2591 PRICE OF ONLY $22.5751RUTH !
CHEN AND DINING ROOM.

UTILITY ROOM AND PORCH; UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
INSURANCE COMPANYSince Drive and 77th Street. Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
CARPORT. THIS NICELY 1897 -

Protect Your Real Estate Investment
FURNISHED HOME IS CLOSE WATERFRONT
526 12th St. West BRADENTON, FLA. Phone 743-4541

TO THE BEACH AND HAS
HOMES & HOMESITES
IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING
AN EXTRA LOTI! ALL FOR
ISLAND REALTYGEORGE On
Key RoyaleA
ONLY $11,500--$1,500 DOWN E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER

AND $85 PER MONTH. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center Holmes Beach, 778-2444
DELIGHTFUL COMMUNITYSeawallPaving

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$2,000 DOWN BUYS THIS2BRCB Have Your PAINTING Done By Experts!
HOME AT $11,500.TILED Storm Sewers-City Water
BATH, CENTRAL HEATING, WE DO FIRST CLASS PAINTINGON
LARGE LIVING ROOM AND
r DINING AREA, BUILT IN EVERY SURFACE! JACK MARSHALL Realtor 778 -2614
f STAINLESS STEEL ELEC-
TRIC KITCHEN. SCREENED BONDED AND INSURED WORKMEN
PORCH, CARPORT, UTILITY
ROOM. TERRAZZO FLOORS HARRY M. RIFE BEAUTIFULNEW
& INSULATION. EXTERIOR
WHITE SPRAYCRETE. 50 x LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna

100 LOT. OR WILL RENT AT Maria Phone 778-1341 CB HOME
$95 PER MONTH UNFURNISHED "_ .
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SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS ,J
$12,500 BUYS THIS CANAL J 100 X 100 CANAL FRONT LOT
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3 BEDROOMS--2 CERAMIC TILED BATHS
TILE BATH, LARGE LIVING
Installations
Complete CENTRAL HEAT
ROOM & DINING AREA AND
ENCLOSED SCREENED PATIO
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ANNA MARIA 778-2557 r. EXCELLENT TERMS
KITCHEN, CARPORT. ALSO .'
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LANDSCAPED, SEAWALLEDLOT VISITSEASIDE *

WITH BOAT DOCK. EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYS

LOVELY VIEW OF SARASOTABAY. IN

TERMS $3,000 DOWN. CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3000

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t 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CANAL SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
FRONT HOME. SEAWALLED GARDENS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
& LANDSCAPED LOT. THIS
HOME HAS CENTRAL HEAT; smart and modern
LARGE LIVING ROOM&DIN-
ING AREA, BEAUTIFUL a TOWN HOUSESby
BUILT IN ALL ELECTRIC
KITCHEN, CARPORT AND A
Walter S. Hardin
SPACIOUS UTILITY ROOM. JACK HOLMES
ALL FOR ONLY $18,350--
MORTGAGE.$2,500 DOWN AND ASSUME Another Waterfront Building Realty Company

Nearing Completion Realtors

3 DUPLEX APARTMENTSIN SELECT YOUR WATERFRONT
HOLMES BEACH: CLOSE
TO BEACH, GOOD INVEST-I APARTMENT NOW !
MENT FOR RIGHT BUYER. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
ALL UNITS ARE FURNISHEDAND SALES OFFICE -.'
THREE ARE RENTEDON 778-1010 BOB CABLE,Manager 778-1756
A YEARLY BASIS. PRICE
$28,500. $20,000 CAN BE FI- 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307
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MOSTLY ABOUT Mrs. Marie e Mossholder e of South ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
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M 'Tis pleasant, sure, to tee one't name BYRON Bend, lode is a guest of her sister Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Mrs. Orville Steffel of Pine Ave-

L HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. J. Hegler of Tam- e .

Mrs. H. Mallen of Orlando..Mr. pa..Mr. and Mrs. G. Bowen of The Rev. Richard K. Wiggins of WATCH FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN

and Mrs. Norman Dunlap of St. Tifton, Ga.CHARLIN. Anna Maria, pastor of Roser Mem-

Mary's Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.Joseph VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.J. orial Community Church, is a pat-

Young of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Puttock of Miami. ient Veterans Memorial Hospital ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

James W. Schell of Tampa...Mr. HALEY'S MOTEL: Bill Horne of where he underwent surgery last

and Mrs. William Gibson of Hareville, Ga. week. Luncheonette

Manomet, Mass...Victor Gravel of NOMAD MOTa:Mr. and Mrs. L. YOUR MONEY

Lake Wales...William Nabors of W. Dunson of Winter Haven ..Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slater of 75th I BUYS MORE Fountain Service

Hammond, Ind...Allen Maloney of and Mrs. Gerald M. Cow of Otter Street, Holmes Beach, returned to I COMPLETE

St. Petersburg.ROD Lake, Mich.FLAMINGO. the Island last week after spending I

&REEL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. COURT MOTEL: Mr. several months in Chittenango, N.I J&1CGU Toiletries Stationery

Willie Metis and family of Lakeland and Mrs. C. B. Hillin of Electra Y. and Princeton, Maine. I: Magazines ana nooks
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Texas. LINE
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gardner Bowen of
LEGAL NOTICES EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. .
77th Street returned home recentlyafter Beach Wear
Ed Chastain of Putnam Hill.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. spending the summer in the I IN A REAL
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Smoky Mountains of North Carolina.I
The undersigned do h.rby certify that and Mrs. Ostie Miller of Tampa. II I z DRUG STORE General Sundries
they are conducting a restaurant business
under the fictitious name of COQUINA
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna
Uaria, Florida, and that said firais com- -C. U.S. KEDETTES
posed of the following persons whose Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
nam. and places of residence are as < \S All Colors-AlUSizes
follow! Phone 778.1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB Pharmacist
John!. B. W.bb
Ruth W. W.bb
780 North Shor. Driv. >-
Anna Uaria, Florida c
Ownership of COQUINA RESTAURANTis 2H Reg. $3'95 & $4.95
as followss John!. B. W.bb50%, SaleSaleSaleWE
Ruth W. W.bb-50%.
It is our intention to apply to the Cl.rk
of the Circuit Court in and for ilanatee Now $2.99
County, Florida, to register the said
name of COQUINA RESTAURANT und.r
the provisions of Chapt.r 865.09 Lawsof NEED ROOM
Florida, Acts of 1959. ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021
Witness, 1962.our hands thi* 1st day of October Group BULKY KNITS- Price

Johnie B. W.bb

Owners Ruth W. W.bb MAIL A CHAIR To Lingerie-Dresses
10-4. 11, 18 & 25. '62CHANCERY


CASE NO. 12825 friends there* Sportswear-Swim Suits

Z-225 your up
NOTICE OF SUIT

IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF UP NORTH, THAT IS-- JNEW DARK COTTONS tt
FLORIDA TO THE DEFENDANT.
CLYDE UORGAN. AN EXCITING NEW CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA ARRIVING DAILY if

You are hereby notified that a suit for PATENTEDSturdy
divorce has b..n filed against in
you and mildew-
water-repellent
the Circuit Court for ilanatee County BRITISH OFFICER'S CHAIR
Florida, said suit being Chanc.ry Case proof.Your choice of sparkling, vat-
No. 12825 and being styled SHIRLEY dyed decorator colors...White,

CLYDE PAULINE MORGAN.GUTHRIE MORGAN vs. black, yellow, turquoise, terra cotta ; ..

You are hereby r.quir.d to file your and genuine leather. The legs come
answer or oth.r written defense to said in either natural hardwood or black -"
Complaint with the Cl.rk of said Court, Layaway Phone
satin finish. Frame made of
Uanatee County Court House, Bradenton sturdy
Florida, and to serve a copy th.r.of up- hardwood and covered in durable, Plan R Swomen 778-1161
on the Plaintiff's Attorn.y, Robert H. double-strength, washable canvas.
Schultz of Schultz and deary. 417 12th
str..t West, Bradenton Florida on or Its indestructible design makes it !
b.for.1962. the 29th day of October. A.D. ideal for living room, den, boat, Dress Up Your FALL FASHIONS

porch or patio. Mails parcel post in
Herein fail not, otherwise a D.cr.
Pro Confesso will be .nt.r.d againstyou compact carton, easy to assembleor With GOLD Accessories
for the relief demanded in said disassemble for
storage or moving.

Complaint.WITNESS my hand and official seal of I iii ", -I *
said Court this 25th day of September COLLEGE KIDS WILL LOVE THEM-ORDER NOW *
A.D. 1962, in Bra den ton, Florida.
U. T. UcINNIS FOR DECEMBER SHIPPING FREE GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING
Cl.rk of Circuit Court
for Ilanatee County, FloridaBy ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER RENTAL LIBRARY
Nolle D. ifuloek /1'
Deputy Cl.rk PHONE 7781019Hold Sand Dollar Gift S r '

Rob.rt H. Schultz of I Shirley and John Duytschaver '
SCHULTZ AND CLEARY
Bradenton Florida '
Attorneys for Plaintiff \,
10-4 11. 18 & 25. '62 ,
MAKE YOUR OWN -; ;

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS

( PAYMENT REQUIRED)

EIGHT LINES-S1.00; MINIMUM 504 NEW IDEAS & MATERIALS


FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Servk -

*. Bndeaton Beach Fire DepL ,
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WANTED Lawn work.Very reasonable
rates for very good work. Call Bob Williams
at 778-2639. Your Bradenton
Herald carrier. 1 ( : 1IOp 778-1020
FOR HOMES LOTS & INVESTMENT % _
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Call
or Write Col. F. A. (Brud) Chilean, KING
REALTY Realtors, Manatee Avenue
West Bradenton at Slat,Florida.Str..t Telephone Fairway 7461121.C.nt.r, It LOOKING For A REAL

ALTERATIONS on all kinds of
clothing. Dressmaking. I>*pes. nO 1 "Honest To Gosh"

Mrs. Frank Beard. Phone 7781431..

ISLANDER PHOTOS As on add.d set If you have a toughnut I i Fishing Boat ?
vice to our readers. 5 by 7 enlargements e.
of any picture appearing in THE ISLAN- to crack when it ; SEE THIS---
DER are available at $1.25.ach. Writ.
THE ISLANDER. Anna Maria, or Phon.
778-2021. comes to any type of 17' LAPSTRAKE

YEAR TENANCES_Mowing, edging trimming.
Floors cleaned and polish.a. Windows call FIBERGLASS FISHERMANBUILT
washed and oU.d. Prompt and efficient an independent
service. Reasonable rates-references t
furnished.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 agent first. IN FISH WELL
after 430.
2 BUILT IN BAIT WELLS
FOR SALE 40 HP El.ctric Scott Out- LOCKING STORAGE COMPARTMENT 8695.00
board Motor. $60. K. Schadt Box 1063 THAT'S US! \'
or 216 Lake view Driv., Anna Maria. ROD HOLDERS
COMPLETE STEERING
SOMETHING TO SELL? OUR UNCLASSIFIED .
ADS have sold:

Blankets boats, books cars coins, w Island Hardware ]
dishes dryers file cabinets, freezers Dobbe's
furniture homes, house trailers lotsradios Bay Area InsuranceF. & Marine Supply
record ttle.
players rue If it's General! Hardware Housewores Garden
or or Supplies, we have it-
mention
vision sets and wood to ,
only a few. Four lines for SOc mini DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you 778-2811

mum. AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
778-1697 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSONEVINRUDEMURRAYra 4

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