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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 25, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 572 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962 TEN CENTS





St. Laurent Nominated C Of C President I




.. ,_c. ..-.-....-. ..... ....._... After Election As President Of Island Division .

St. Laurent Will Become Veep Of County C Of C .I


Jean-Paul St. Laurent was President Bill Lee appointed
nominated for president of the Beckett and Anderson as a
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''''' Island division of the Manatee committee to supervise oper-
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the regular October meeting
Thursday evening.St. .

Laurent, who has been extremely
active in the work of

the chamber the past two
years. He is a director of the
County Chamber now, and has
been outspoken in his object-
ions to the high salaries being

paid Executive Vice PresidentBill J
Geeslin and Jim Gallery,
director of tourist publicityand
convention bureau for the
chamber.
After election to the presi-
dency of the local chamber,
St. Laurent will automatically
become a vice president of the
county chamber the first of

January.
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Other nominations reportedwere
J. D.Webb for vice pres-
ident and Robert Reinel for Jean-Paul St. LaurentSt.

treasurer. Robert Poole was
1 :r appointed acting treasurer for Laurent, Tom Edwards,
5I the balance of 1962,to replace Al Dobbe, Brewer and A. L.

Larry Blatterman, who "Bill" Genung were appointedas

recently resigned. from the a committee to arrange the
\. post. Poole also was nomina- annual chamber sponsored or
\ AERIAL ACTION SHOT OF THE JOHN WARD TROPHY RACE SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON Christmas
r' ted from the floor as treasur- decorating conteston
PALMA SOLA BAY north of the Anna Maria Bridge Causeway. (Bill Stewart Photo) the Island.
er.Directors -
r. nominated were Following brief discussion, a
Baptist Sunday Racing Results Both Frances Livingston, Jack proposal to organize an Island
Teen Club Halloween Good And Bad Marshall, Roy Ferguson and wide businessmen's associa-
Masquerade DanceA Collection Stolen Ernie Cagnina of Anna Maria; tion and credit information 's

Halloween MasqueradeBall Soon after the,morning wor- The highly-touted National John Beckett, Erik Anderson, group was tabled until the Nov- .
will be held at the Island ship service at the Island Bap- Outboard Racing Champion- C. E. Brewer and Bob Hoffmanof ember meeting.Lee .
d Teen Club from 8 to 12 Saturday tist Chapel Sunday, someone ships, run over the past week- Holmes Beach, and Dick read a letter from County -
1 evening, Oct. 27. Prizes entered the Church office and end on Palma Sola Bay werea Wagner, Roy Marchand, Vic- Agent Harper Kendrick ask-
will be awarded for the best stole the collection out of a success as a sporting event, tor Reinel and H. J. Templinof ing the Island Chamber to usea
but dismal financial failure
costumes and refreshmentswill small sheet metal cabinet.It a Bradenton Beach. booth at the County Fair, but
be served. Those who attend was estimated that from for Island motels, merchantsand Election of all officers and the matter was tabled becauseof

the dance uncostumed will $50 to$100 was taken, althougha restaurants. t directors will take place next a lack of volunteers.Lee .
suffer the consequences.Mus- check for $100 was left be- According to reports from month, when the secretary, reported on the county
ic for dancing will be furnishedby hind. The theft was discoveredat the Manatee County Motel Mrs. Helen Garrett, will mail chamber, saying there are
the Playboys. Adults are about 2 o'clock, and it was Owners Association, only 61 ballots to the members. All several unresolved problems,
motel and hotel units in the ,
welcome to visit the club dur- decided that the money must those elected will take office''but adding that he feels opti '
ing the evening.Republican have been taken from the unlocked County were occupied as a result in January for one year. mistic that a solution will be
of the races. Two directors from each of
office between noon and found soon.Answering.
1:15. An early morning check of the three Island cities will be the question of a
the pit area on the Anna Maria elected with the three receiv-
CoffeesTwo Entrance to the cabinet was reporter about Thursday'smeeting
made forcing its small lock. Bridge causeway showed that ing the greatest number of at the airport Lee
coffees have been sche- Anna Maria Police Chief many of the racing people and votes to be the three directors said there was no actual meet- .
duled on the Island, to give the George Jordan and Sheriff's their families slept in tents, who will represent the Island ing because the press was
cars and trailers, and did their
voters an opportunity to meet Deputy W. H. Snooks Adamsare division on the board of the there. He reminded the_reporter
and talk with the Republican investigating the theft. own cooking. countywide chamber. that the County Commission
candidates for County and (Continued on Page 5) Members of the nominating had called the meeting.

State offices. The first is at committee were Steve Kim-
the home of Mrs. Walter Het- ball, chairman; Frances Liv-
r rick of Alamanda Avenue, An- ingston, Norman Rosedale, High Twelve Club

na Maria, from 10 a.m. until ,' '' '' Bob Hoffman and Roy The regular weekly luncheon
noon, Thursday, October 25. "-,'.1.-,. Marchand. meeting of the Island High
The second coffee will be at .. ; Beckett reported on the operation Twelve Club will be held at l
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell 'J.t of the recently opened noon, Thursday, Oct.25, at the

Homer,,7802 Palm Drive, .. &.. information center on the Is- Gulf Terrace Restaurant. The
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Holmes Beach, from 10 a.m. '. .'', land. He said that although speaker will be Dr. Jack C. ;
until noon, Tuesday, Oct. 30. J there have been some prob- Colson, the dentist on the Is-
lems in getting the center land. Those planning to attend
", started he feels they are min- the meeting are asked to note

Halloween CarnivalThe \ or ones which soon will be re- the change of location in the

.' solved. meeting place.
annual PTA sponsored :
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Halloween Carnival at the Island .. as \ :i
School will take place at '. ,. .' +.. 1l4Il ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERT
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the School Saturday, starting \' -

at 5:30 p.m.with the traditional : .mp.r.tvr.. Water Rainfall
parade and costume judging. i" : 8am Noon 6pm High
Refreshments will be sold,

and a film "The Enchanted Oct.. 16--75 83 84 87 82 None
Forest" will be shown in the Oct. 17--74 82 78 82 82 None

new air conditioned auditor- JOHN WARD TROPHY was won by veteran race driver Oct. 18-75 84 78 85 82 None
contribution will be
A
\ ium. Homer Kincaid (right) of Carbon Cliff 111. Kincaid also won 4- Oct. 19--69 80 76 82 81 None
taken from those who wish to
the film the Class C hydroplane title to add to the already impressivelist Oct. 20--74 80 76 81 80 None
.. see of outboard racing titles he holds. At left in picture is Oct.21--74 80 78 84 80 None
The children are to be at the
Bill Geeslin, executive vice president of the Manatee County Oct. 22--80 76 76 80 80 1.1r'
school 5:15.
at
Chamber of Commerce. (Bill Stewart Photo)

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The llan'IoJ.'i' t ..rri %ljfi1 A, FLORIDA aK About Senator Ed PriceEDITOR'S -


( TELEPHONE 778.2021 eKse .
R'Ed.tor. NOTE: The following editorial about Senator Ed H.

: .................................STEVE 1 KIMBALL By THE EDITOR Price Jr. of Bradenton is reprinted from the Sarasota Journal,
News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL fD Ho-Huml! It's been long day because it DOES reflect the opinion of The Islander and its edi-
--10 p.m.--Better pack it in, tor about Senator Price and his candidacy. '
,Moll Address Anna Maria, Florida and go home and get some With the general election only a little more than three

sleep--All this work will still weeks away, it would be in order to re-state the reasons why
ad Subscription vane...Canada$3.50, $5.00 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable In be here in the morningNoone Ed H. Price Jr., state senator for the 36th district which j

Advertising rate $1.00 per per yoar.column Inch. Discount of 10% for will come around to help includes Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte counties, should be
with it tonight--Unless--Nol! elected to a second term.
six consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month.
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Don't be ridiculous You know Ed Price is not a typical politician. Indeed,he is not evena

M..............w.r..... those automatic machines are politician. He is a businessman.And .
operated electronically-- it has long been recognized that there is great need
.AMERICAN lSNPtI UPIUUITA111ES. transistors and such--And all for more businessmen in positions of governmental leader-
those stories you tell are sil ship. The pity is that very few of them will bother to subject
ly--about the little people who themselves to the rigors of a political campaign.But .
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn . . . . .
. .". . ." . four years ago, at the behest of many friends, Ed
Independent weekly published every Thursday by . . . Price did agree to enter the political arena. And when he
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria. Florida . . . . does something, he doesn't use halfway measures. He goes
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all out. As a result of his aggressive organizing four years
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. ago, he had no opposition in the primary or in the general

election.
Having served for four years now, and having posted a
CONSISTENT INCONSISTENCIES record in public life, it was not surprising that he has come

up with opposition this year.
Some whispers at a "meeting" last week were not loud He had two opponents in the Democratic primary. Even
: enough to be heard by reporters in the room, but WERE though he was expected to win, and to win big, he campaigned
I sufficiently loud to cause some booming reverberations all vigorously. He ran "scared," as the saying goes.
over Manatee County. He did, indeed, come out a big winner.He received 11,905
The "meeting," was arranged by the County Commission, ---- votes in the three counties to 5,169 for his two Democratic
I or by members thereof, with the executive committee of the man those control boxes-- opponents.Now .
t Manatee County Chamber of Commerce, and was held at the yawnnn--Now don't go to sleep in the general election campaign Ed Price is consid- I
I CAVU Room of the terminal building at the SarasotaBradenton here in this chair--No, not ered by most people, including Republicans, to be the favor-
Airport. even "Just 40 winks" and be- ite. But you wouldn't know it from the way he is campaigning.Week .
One member of the chamber's executive committee sides--those other little peo- in and week out he has a full schedule of speakingsand

., reported that the "meeting was not consumated" because ple were experienced cobblersand meetings.
reporters were present, meaning presumably that no official -- too, it was only a story. Although Ed Price is a Democrat, he isn't addicted to
l'i action was taken. Well, it COULD have happened strict partisan politics. Indeed,many of his most ardent sup-
County Commission Chairman Mike Klemmer was quotedby --and perhaps there is a porterters are Republicans.
an area daily that the purpose of the gathering was to havea newspaper guild for the elves Although he is a resident of Manatee County,he keeps in
meeting of the minds in friendly way to discuss the prob- close touch with the problems of all three counties. Incident-
lems of the chamber program and what the chamber holds ally, he is a graduate of Sarasota High School and was cap-
for the future of Manatee County. tain of a championship SHS football team back in the Thirties.
According to the same article, Klemmer added that the And as a former player, he is delighted to see the Sailors
main points of discussion were the chamber's budgetary playing championship ball again.
problems and salary schedule, the boat races on Palma Sola Much, much space could be consumed in outlining the
Bay and the ways and means of assuring the continued success splendid legislative record of Ed Price, such as'"Most out-
of the combined (County) chamber.The standing first term senator" in 1959, and runner-up for
I "meeting" was considered important enough so that "Most outstanding senator in 1961."
all five members of the County Commission and the County His honors have been many, but they are well known to
Attorney were present, plus six members of the chamber of the people of the three counties. And, on November 6, they
commerce.But --just as there was a shoe- should--and will--honor him again by re-electing Ed H.
despite the fact that money--PUBLIC FUNDSwasone makers' union for those elves Price Jr., as state senator from the 36th district. He richly
of the subjects of discussion, every possible effort was who did the cobbler's work-- deserves it.
1 made to,keep the meeting private--that is,private insofar as Do they look like Rip Van- Winkle's ,
the press and the public were concerned. bowling team? Or are
( And, as has been proven many times before, whenever the they leprechauns, in green NO.5CONSTITUTIONAL
press is barred from meetings of public officials, not the suits and long beards? Per- AMENDMENT TO
press--BUT THE PUBLIC--is in grave trouble. haps they can't spell--or they ARTICLE V, SECTION 9A

Almost every elected official--including those mentioned might damage the machines.Oh Proposing an amendment to Article V, Section 9A pro-
above--when asked, will say they feel the public has every well. What's that noise? viding that on and after the First Tuesday after the first
right to know what goes on at any meeting where the spendingof Monday in January, 1965 the State Attorney of the Fourth
public funds is discussed. Judicial Circuit shall be the prosecuting attorney of the
County Commissioner William Crist, when he was chair- Criminal Court of Record of Duval County; providing that
the office of County Solicitor shall be abolished.
man of the County Commission in 1961, issued a directivethat
reporters not only should be allowed to attend every NO.6CONSTITUTIONAL
meeting of any committee or commission, or other appointiveor AMENDMENT TO
elective body concerned with spending public funds, ARTICLE V, SECTION 6, SUBSECTION (2)
but should be notified in advance of the meetings.But How long have we been asleep?
Proposing amendment to Article V Section 6 sub-
an ,
Were those machines running
last week's episode is the second time in the past
section (2) of the Constitution relating to the number of
when dozed off? Who said
we
from
three months when were deliberately barred
reporters circuit judges, making it permissive instead of mandatory
weren't around?
meetings, or when the Commission refused to make public they Quietnowdon't for the Legislature to provide for one circuit judge in each
matters of vital concern to the taxpayers.In frighten them away circuit for each fifty thousand inhabitants or major frac-
the first instance, the Commission, acting on some very --that tall one looks like Jack tion thereof according to the last census.
poor advice, allowed the firing of five nurses at the County's --and the one sitting at the
publicly supported Veterans Memorial Hospital to become a typewriter--Del to the life, NO.7CONSTITUTIONAL
mountain instead of a molehill, when it could so easily have"cooled" but in miniature of course-- REVISION OF
I the entire uproar by publishing the facts in the Shh, there's Pat--doing the THE PREAMBLE
Proposing revision of the Preamble of the Constitutionof
club news. No, it must be a
very beginning.As
dream--but there are three the State of Florida to read as follows: "We, the
a result of the hospital matter, the County and the people of the State of Florida, being grateful to Almighty
hospital received some very unwelcome and unfavorable pub- God for our Constitutional Liberty, in order to secure its
licity in the October issue of the American Journal of Nurs- i benefits, form a more perfect government, insure domestic
ing, a nationally circulated magazine which is the standard tranquility, maintain public order, and guarantee equal
publication of the nursing profession. The publicity took the civil and political rights to all, do ordain and establishthis
form of a long editorial r.lus.an even longer article, entitled Constitution."
"The Bradenton Story, which spared no details of the NO.8CONSTITUTIONAL

hospital fiasco. REVISION OF
Yet, the Commission voted more than $80,000 of taxpay- ARTICLE I
ers' money to the County Chamber of Commerce for purposesof
publicity--presumably favorable publicity for the County. Proposing a revision of Article I of the Constitution of
And here we find those same Commissioners making the of the State of Florida relating to the boundaries by givingthe
latitudes and longitudes of certain points and by reestablishing -
same mistake again--that of failing to take the publicwhichpays
the coastal boundaries and provided that the
the salaries into its confidence.
bills--including --
Legislature may extend the coastal boundaries to such
Here again there is only one question: WHY?
limits as the laws of the United States or interationallaw

finished pages that weren'there may permit.
Everybody Benefits-Everybody GivesThe 1 I last evening--So,go backto

annual fund raising campaign of the Manatee County sleep I. NO.9CONSTITUTIONAL
REVISION OF
United Appeal is now under way, and on or soon after Nov- ARTICLE II
ember 1, the house-to-house campaign will start throughoutthe The latest salty feat turnedin
County. Proposing Revision of Article II of the Constitution of
by Tampa yachtsman, fish- the State of Florida relating to Division of Powers betweenthe
Although we do not have the figures at hand, the goal and banana Steve
erman tycoon
sought by the campaign amounts to something less than $3 Legislative, Executive and Judicial Departments by
Shiro and his pretty wife, was changing words from "no person properly belonging to .
for each person in the County. to bring to port at the Bayou one of the departments" to "no person properly belongingto
When broken down in that way,the idea seems like sim- Marina a few days ago, an exhausted one of these departments' shall exercise any powers
plicity itself, and that there should be no difficulty in raising green and yellowparakeet appertaining to either of the other departments.
that amount. which landed on the antenna .- -. i
But in actual practice it does not work out that waythereare of his cruiser OMEGA
many people whose circumstances do not permit them to about ten miles from land off EDITOR'S NOTE: Reproduced above are Numbers 5 through 9 of
make even the small contribution that is rightfully their fair the north end of the Island. the Proposed Constitutional Amendments which will appear on
share of the community responsibility. So the answer is that Although it ate heartily, the the ballot at the November 6 General Election. The first four to
those of us who are a little more fortunate must make a bird survived only a few hours. appear on the ballot were published last week.11 .
larger contribution. Let's do itl




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Thursday, October 25. 1962 ISLANDER Page 3



fl LEGAL NOTICE .letX Go ii

I
k S PUBUC NOTICE

T.xt of propoa.4 Ordinance b.ing considered by>> the Beard of Ald.ra.n of the FUIt e'
City of Holme Beach, Florida.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 42 AND REPEALING
ORDINANCE e7. IN REGARD TO HEIGHT AND LOCATION OF
WALLS AND FENCES AND PROVIDING REGULATIONS RELATING
THERETO. -

WHEREAS reasonable>> limitations on the height of boundary>> walls, fences and
hedge are recognized a* being>> necessary for fr.. operation of fir. apparatus in
emergency, for public safety, for the rapid and efficient enforcement of poUc. '
regulation, and otherwise in the public interest and ': ;....:;."" cr4

WHEREAS, the growth of th. city and the increasing demand for swimming pools
ha cr.at.d a situation where reasonable limitations on the height and location .
of wall or fence. surrounding swimming pools are necessary in the public interest -
andWHEREAS V

it is appropriate that such limitation b. clearly' set forth, and th. : '
\ several types of walls, fences and hedges b. properly' defined,

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF t r S
THE CITY OF HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA -'-' ---- --.
I
I Section I. The second preamble to Ordinance 42 and Section 3 and 4 of Ordinance NEW CONCRETE bleacher seats at Benjie Scanio Memorial
42, and all Section of Ordinanc. 67 ar. hereby repealed '
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;;.... .. Stadium at Island Youth Center. Seats were replaced recently
Section 2. Definitional Walls fence and hedges are hereby' defined as followsi ..
\ f because wooden seats were considered no longer safe. THE
A. Boundary Fencej A f.nc. or wall, of wood, stone, concr.t., brick or {i
ISLANDER has been asked by Bennie Scanio. who built the
\ ..tallocat.d on, or within one foot of, the boundary line or lines of a
lot or parcel of land of on any part of such boundary on the front, rear i stadium in memory of his son, to extend his heartfelt thanksto
or side lines thereof.B. the Youth Center Board of Directors and to all other per-

Boundary Hedges A hedge or oth.r planting of bushes, shrubs, trees or ,. sons who were responsible for the improvements at the
other growing flora, planted so the main trunks or sprouts of the growth
are on, or within four f..t of, the boundary lines of a lot or parcel of stadium. (Islander Photo)
land,or any part of such boundary' on the front, rear or side lines thereof.

C. Building Walls A wall of stone, concr.t., brick or wood, forming one or Unitarian FellowshipThe ization, in helping to feed the
more of the sides of a building structure, porch, patio, carport, or gar of the
age. Location of a building wall, with respect to the boundary lines of a of the Manatee underprivileged people
lot or parcel of land, is determined by' the coning requirements of the program world.
district in which the structure is located. Set-back distances prescribed Unitarian Universalist Fel- Tape recorded interviews
for buildings>> apply' to all Building Walls as herein defined.D. lowship for Sunday, Oct. 28, with the director and assistant

Swimming Pool Wall or Fences A wall or fence of stone, concrete, brick, will take place at the Palma
wood or metal or any other material erected within ten feet of a swimming director of FAO will be heard,
pool, for purposes of safety', privacy, or weather protection. KING SIZED KINGFISH caughtat Sola Community Club at 7:30p.m. plus a film showing some of

Section 3. Reference level for height of a boundary fence. the Anna Maria City Pier by ., with the subject of the the work the organization is

Reference level for height of a boundary fence shall be the finished Martin Griffith of Bradenton. meeting to be "The World doing. The program will be
grad. in the center of the street on which the lot or parcel of land abuts, Fish measured 43 inches, and Population Explosion" and the directed by Carl Keeler of the
ti if that street is paved; if the street is not paved, the reference level ,work of the FAO the U. N.
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Islander
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hall be a grade four inches (4") above the unpaved street level. weighed pounds. ( faculty of Manatee Junior Col-
Photo) Food and Agricultural Organ-
I Section 4. Height and Location of Boundary Fences. lege.

Boundary'Fences shall be erected on the boundary line of a lot or parcel ..
of land, or within one foot of such boundary and shall not exceed five ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC I
I (S) feet in height, provided however that along the front or rear of a lot
or parcel of land paralleling a street or seawall and abutting thereon, or LkameJ Electrical Contractor
along a side line within 20 feet of a street line or seawall, the boundary Snapper and Pine Streets HEYCTJAMES
I fence shall not exceed three feet in height.
Electric Wiring FixturesL
Section 5. Height and locations of Boundary Hedges. -
(ROY) FERGUSONDay
Boundary hedges shall not exceed six ((6) feet in height, provided however :
ct that a hedge along the front or rear of a lot or parcel of land paralleling 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 A.\ : HALEY
a street or seawall and abutting thereon or along a side line with- ; \
in 20 feet of a street or seawall,shall not exceed three (3) feet in height. ?-i: :...::P::;:":::: : >. .
1 Plantings made than four feet from lot line are not classed PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES "
more a as '
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boundary hedges and are not subject to the restrictions of this Ordi 7:: : ;
nance. TELEVISION TO .NGRESS
'. AIR-CONDITIONERS ........,.,. .:': .:... .
Reference level for the height of boundary hedges shall be the general ':"":: "
grade of the soil in which said hedges are planted. Expert and Prompt Service ...... '' '
Section 6. Height and Location of Building Walls. SE ; ACT
725 14th St., Bradenton 744-0351 .. <,
Height and location of building walls are determined by' the zoning regulations ::: ; <
of the zoning district in which the building is located and by
the provisions of the Building Manual of the City' of Holmes Beach. DIRECTLY ON THE
YOU CAN C
Section 7. H.iht'and Location of Swimming Pool Walls or Fences. GULF BEACH .

1 A. Where a swimming pool is so constructed and located as to be substantially -
incorporated in the structure of a house, the swimming pool walls THE ALL-MODERN
shall be>> considered the same as the walls of a building, as per Section 6.

2 B. To comply' with provisions of the State Law, swimming pool walls or Gulf Park
; fence shall not be closer than four ((4) feet from the edge. of the pool.C. .

Where a swimming pool is constructed so as to be substantially' separatefrom FOR MOBILE HOMES
a house or other building, the pool shall be so located that a wallor Private Beach
fence around it shall not be closer than ten (10)) feet from any streetor Boat BasinAccommodations
seawall, and shall not be over six feet in height, measured from the for ,
I concrete, tile or brick surface surrounding the pool. t
:Trailers up to 53'
Section 6. All provisions of Ordinance 42, except as hereinbefore amended, shall : ,
Recreation Halt
ShuHleboard
remain unchanged and in force. -
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Section 9. This Ordinance shall become effective upon its adoption by' the Boardof
Aldermen. BRADENTON BEACHkMANATEE .



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II,;. PAle J THE ISLANDER t Thursday, October 25, 1962


I Carmen Cagnina

;( LEGAL NOTICES I/ ) Engaged

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Mr. and Mrs. Ignazio E. Cag-
f iv zrlt dt
All .
Creditors, L gats, DU tribute*.
and AU Persons having Claims or Demands w/jc/) nina of Magnolia Avenue, Anna
against the Estat of SHIRLEY 1/:1716 Maria, recently announced the

U.You LJNTON and such dee.a.d.of you" are hereby>> noti W engagement of their daughter
fled and required to filo any claim. and Carmen Joyce, to John Wil-

d.manda. which you or either of you liam Shea, son of Mr. and Mrs.T. .
mayhavs against the sstats SHIRLEY By Carl Keeler
II. UN TON deceased lat of Manatee J. Shea of 820 West Amelia

County Florida with the Honorabi.x >> The Portuguese Man 0' War Street, Tampa.
Robert A. Rickey County Judg. of Manr -
at.. County, Florida, at his office in F +
"I the Court Houso of said County, within Many Islanders have prob- t
six ((6) calendar months from th. tIm. of
'I i the first publication>> of this nolle. ably seen Portuguese Men 0'
C. U. LXNTON, as War, but few perhaps realize E
Administrator of the Estate of
this
how remarkable organism -
:
SHIRLEY M. LJNTON. Deceased
SCHULTZ AND CLEARY is. The Man O' War

., Attorneys for Administrator is.a COELENTERATE, relat- ,
417 12th Street West
Bradenton, Florida ed to Jellyfish, anemones and 4tYRS
10-11, 18, 25, 11-162 corals. Unlike its relatives, it

is not a single organism,but a
- --
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO. colony of several hundred in-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME dividuals. Furthermore, thereis Portuguese Man 0' War digesting a fish.

th.y Tb.are undersigned conducting do a hereby boatyard certify business that a division of labor among the nematocysts on these tenta- A small fish called Nomeus

under th. fictitious name of ANCHOR individuals.A cles produce a sting which can often is found swimming
BOAT BASIN at 311 Church Street, Bra- single animal of one kind
paralyze large fish, and can among the tentacles with immunity -
denton Beach Florida, and that said the blue bal-
makes large, ,
firm is composed of the following persons up cause a painful temporary Interesting it is col-
whoso names and places of residence loon-like float, which may paralysis even in humans. ored silver with vertical ua
are as follows in The
reach 14 inches length.
Frank Coppotalli Along with the stinging tenta- stripes of the same intense
Jeanette Coppotelli air we breathe contains 93100of cles are elevator tentacles, blue as the tentacles. This is
i North Bay Drive one of Argon gas, a
Bradenton Beach, Florida percent which coil around the paralyzed an example of SYMBIOSIS, or
J Ownership of ANCHOR BOAT BASINis rare, chemically inert gas. fish, and contract, thus a partnership for the mutual

as followst Frank Coppotelli. 50%, The float of the Man 0' War drawing the fish up to the baseof benefit of each partner. Nom- CARMEN CAGNINA
Jeanette CoppotelU, 50%
contains Argon
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof three percent the float. The Muscle Re- eus acts as bait, attracting
th. Circuit Court in and for Ifanateo gasl! One of the mysteries sur-, search Institute of the Marine other fish to within stinging Miss Cagnina is a 1960 grad-
County, Florida, to register the said rounding this creature is how uate of Manatee High School,
at distance of the Man 0' War
of Biological Laboratory ,
name ANCHOR BOAT BASIN under
the Island
Or and is now employed by -
th. provisions of Chapter 865.09 Lawsof it concentrates this gas. Woods Hole, Mass. is doing a and in exchange, gets to nibbleon
Florida. Acts of 1959. for that matter, why it does.. Bank in Holmes Beach.
research the 0'
deal of on the victim after the Man
Witness our hands this 2nd day of October great Mr. Shea is a graduate of
the float sever-
Beneath
hang
1962. elevator tentacles, in a search War kills it.
Frank Coppotelli al kinds of tentacles. Long, Jesuit High School in Tampa,
\ for clues leading to the cure of Also, the loggerhead turtle
Jeanette Coppotelli tentacles of an intense and received his B. S. Degreein
Owners stinging :t such diseases as muscular dye actually eats Portuguese Men
104. 11. 18 & 25. '62 blue color hang as much as 5 e strophy. 0' War, and is obviously Immune Pharmacy from the Univer-
Th sity of Florida, and is employed -
feet down into the water. 1
At the base of the float are to the nematocysts.The the Shea
as a pharmacist at
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO rather short, sucker-like ten- Man 0' War has no
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO & Prange Pharmacy, Tampa.He .
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
tacles which forces to of locomotion but is
join means at
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned do hereby certify that also is a member of the
they are conducting restaurant business The undersigned does hereby certify wrap around our fish and slow- the mercy of the winds and National Guard, and is enrol-
under the fictitious name of COQUINA that she is conducting a restaurant business >> it. There also
ly digest are ocean currents. Occasionally,
under th. fictitious name of led in the Florida Officer Can-
RESTAURANT at 9906 Gulf Drive Anna
Maria, Florida and that said finals composed ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER at some short, bushy tentacles many of them will be seen off didate School.
of the following persons whose 9903 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Florida which are responsible for re- the Island, or washed up on our
names and places of residence are as and that said firm is composed of the The couple will be marriedat
follows following person whose name and placeof production. beaches. The tentacles shouldbe St. Bernard Mission Churchin
Johni. B. Webb residence are as follows! Esthel D. Although the sting of a Port- avoided, but, if possible,
Suare, 125 49th Street, Holmes Beach, Holmes Beach on Sunday,
Ruth W. Webb
Florida. uguese ManO' War is paralyzing try to examine a Man 0' War
780 North Shor. Drive December 30.
Anna Maria, Florida Ownership of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH even to large fish, there closely. It is absolutely uniquein
Ownership of COQUINA RESTAURANTt CENTER.is as follows; Esthel D. Suar- are two creatures which are the animal kingdom and Keep up with Island affairs by

t Ruth as W.follows W.bb50! Johnie. B. Webb-50, ez-100 It is my intention to apply to the Clerk apparently unaffected by it. quite worthy of our admiration I reading The Islander.

It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee County Florida to register the said
name of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER Bayou Marina Inc.THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINA
County Florida to register the said -
LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL
name of COQUINA RESTAURANT under under the provisions of Chapter 865.09, ,
th. provisions of Chapter 865.09 Lawsof Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. (Now Under New Management)

Florida Acts of 1959. Witness my hand this 23rd day of October AND FISHING CENTERIN At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned
Witness our hands this 1st day of October 1962.
1962. Esthel D. Sucrer MANATEE COUNTY Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons.
John!. B. Webb>> Owner TELEPHONE 778-2780.
Ruth W. WebbOwners >> 10-25, 11-1, 8, 15, '62
EVINRUDEBOATSSALES
10-4. U, 18 & 25. '62

NOTICE'OF INTENTION TO & SERVICE CERTIFIED
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME !' ffllC EXCELLENT p_
Th. undersigned do hereby>> certify that SEE -FUEL- Florida HotelCommission v

business they are conducting under the an fictitious apartment name rental of (DIESEL & GASOLINE) by k f i

HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS at 4507- ,,
4509 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach, Florida ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS ANNA MARIA 778-2423 APARTMENT
and that said firm is composed of the Call 778-2577 R'
following persons whose names and
places of residence are as follows HAVE YOU TRIED For Reservations '
Edward Geyer AlIi!
Patricia A. Geyer
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2716 Avenue C 6504 GULF DRIVE
Holmes Beach Florida Deep Sea Fishing d.2 BeDROOM
Ownership HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS EFFICIENCIES :
is as follows! Edward Geyer EATEDPOOL-TV.
ANNA ;
50%, Patricia A. Geyer-50. ,ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? MARIA ISLAND
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee
County Florida to register the said Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard
name of HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS
under the provisions of Chapter 865.09 Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortex Phone 778-1450 FOR DINING DELIGHT-EAT OUT TONIGHT !
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1959.
Witness our hands this 15th dar of Oct-

ober. 1962. Edward Geyer Even though wo do not have a prominent GARAGE Tax cosign

Patricia A. Geyer plastered I on our station front, we do a T
2716 Avenue C
Holmes Beach. Florida surprising amount of mechanical work. Our motor
1018. 25} 11-1, 662BEST
tune-up equipment is the best available. With its

help, Dex can induce your car not only to perform Gi) 5r

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Island ",,,, .'-,",, ,'" .., "'- RACES GOOD AND BAD. Randy Johnson, Greensboro N.C. Speed
Bowling League
(Continued from Page 1) "Final- standings 1. Mlchellnl; 2.

;f1 J$ Officials of the Manatee Woods Mokranln.; 3. Bartotomiej 4. Dertingerj.S.
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x. First heat 1. Waiter Martin Quebec.
race sponsors, said the cost Canada; 2. Manuel Carnakis, Bakltntl.kL

'. i "; ':'"':::-'" was low in comparison with the St.Calif.Petersburg; 3. Homer; S.Kincaid Jerry; 4.Kerns Tony St.Kruse Pe
_.
.::.4' .
',1 publicity gained for the Countyby tersburg. Speed4.206.Second .
'
Lakeland
'" heat 1. Bud Wlget.
4 ',',. .. ,,,,, "' ", the races. ; 2. Homer Klncaid; 3. Walter Mar-
,,' ...,. ,, tin; 4. Manuel Carnakfe; 5. :Tony Kruse.
,, Racing results follow: Speed-30.002.
Final standings 1. Martin; 2..KIn-
caid; 3.Wlget Carnakis; 5. KrwsewO

:. *u JOHN WARD TROPHY RACE First heat 1. Jim HYDRO Kough (Jl), Hawthorne -
First neat 1. J. N. Hebert, Celery
-
NJ.; 2. Jim Schoch; 3. Johnny
III.} 2. Dub Parker, Gadsden. Ala.; 3. Woods; 4. J. Watdman; 5. Elmo Lees
Some decided changes took Art Rice, St. Petersburg._ Speed-46.420., Wellsburg, W.Va. Speed-61.111.
Second beat 1. Jerry Waldman Milwaukee
Second heat 1. Jim Schoch 2. Johnny
; place in the Island Bowling WIs. 2. Melvyn Cooper, Albany Woods; 3. Randy Johnson; 4. Elmoe
Ga.; 3. Jack Stanford Englewood Fla.
Lees S. AI Redmond Gowenuer. N.Y.
;
League standings this week, as 1peed-47.214. Speed-e7.3.
Third heat 1. Tom Hooten (44F), Final standings 1. Schoch; 2. Woods;
THE ISLANDER team went on
Mulberry* 2. Homer Kincaid. Carbon ..
3. Kough; Lees; S. Johnson.
a and took three Cliff, III.} 3. Jerry Bravenac Bryan JIHN WARD TROPHY RACE
rampage
II Tex.i .. Jerry Flynn, Knoxvllle Tenn. First heat 1.Homer Klncaid; 2. Tom
points from last week's league .J. Bud Final; 6. Arnold Nlcolct Redding Hooten; 3. J. Waldman; 4. J. N. He-
leaders, Van Ostenbridge Calif. Speed-44.444. bert; S. Melvyn Cooper. Speed-. .
FINALSA Second heat 1. Tom Hooten; 2. Homer
Builders, and Tropical Vista HYDRO Kincald; 3. J. Waldman; 4. Dub Parka
,
First heat 1. Bob Olsen Milan
; 5. Art Rice Speed-MJM.
I got back into the groove and Ohio; 2. Melvyn Cooper; 3. Tom Christo- Final standings 1. Homer Kincald
pher, Grenada, Miss.; 4. Jim Schoch 2. Tom Hooten X J. WaWmani 4. Dub
;
won four points in its match ISLAND MARINE SUPPLY team in the Island Bowling League, Quincy III.; S. Jerry Flynn. Speed-40.500. Parker; S. J. N. Hebert.

with Schuchard Plumbing, thus temporarily at the bottom of the standings. Left to right are Jim Second Schoch heat 3.-Dub 1. Tom Parker Christopher; 4. Melvyn; 2. _

pushing its way back up into Hugh Holmes, Jim Wuichet, John Jackson, Andy Rasmussen, Cooper Final; S.standings Jerry Flynn.- 1.Speed Christopher-5IJ90.; 2.

the lead.. John Holmes and Ernie Schmidt. (Islander Photo) Cooper; 3. Schoch; 4. Olsen; S. Parker.
and individual B RACING RUNABOUTFirst
Team high
heat 1. Billy Seebold, Gr.nlt.City .
scores are as follows: Tropical III.; 2. Homer Klncaid; 3. Johnny
City Pier-B'comber 12 John VanOstenbridge 108 Woods, St. Louis Mo.; 4. Milford Harrison
Vista 4 Schuchard Plumb-
Vermilion Ohio; S. Tom Christo
ing 0. (Roger Haynes, 242-588; Dick Wagner Realty 11 Earl Mowry 109 pher. Speed-M.7W. .
10.5 Second heat 1. Tom Christopher; 2.
Pete Rest.
Reynard's John Jackson 112
Chick Chapman, 181, Ed Jim Schoch; 3. Milford Harrison; 4.
Island Marine Supply 10 Frank Lyerly 113 George Feltyberger, Sarasota. Speed -
Wiese, 490). 54.2U.
I THE ISLANDER 3 VanOs- John VanOstenbridge 113 Final standings 1. Christopher; 2.
Seebold 3. Harrison 4. Kincaid; 5.
TOP TEN GAMES # ; ;
tenbridge Builders 1. (Kayo Schoch.
j Roger 242 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE F HYDRO
226-580 Bill Gibson Haynes\
Keding, ; First heat 1. Harry Bartolomie.
Wally 233 Schuchard C. P.B.A. C22), Castro Valley, Calif.; 2. John Mokranin -
193 544)).
Dykstra
George ,
,
Ellwood City, Pa.; 3. Joe Michel-
Bayou Marina 4, Island Marine Kayo Keding 226 M. Elec. Island Marine tat, Chicago, III.; 4. John Dertinger, Delhi -
Ontario, Canada S. Johnny Woods.
211 ;
Roy Ferguson
Supply 0. (Ernie Bradow, Bayou Marina Dick Wagner Speed-03.133. .
J Roger Haynes 208 Econowash THE ISLANDER Second heat 1. Joe Michelini; 2.
187-482 Rasmussen
Andy
) ; Johnny Woods; 3. John Dertinger; 4.
Thibodeau
203
'182-502). George VanOstenbridge Trop. Vista

i. /Pete Reynard's Restaurant Robert Guild 202 Bay Area Pete Reynard's
Hanson 201 ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Lloyd
'4, Dick Wagner Realty 0. (Wal-
Art Schumaker
201
ly Warner, 233, Harvey Meyer Leon Stafford 197 Woman's Club BoardThe OCTOBERHIGH.- -LOW25 -

491; George Thibodeau, Thur. 10.15 a.m. 1." 10.10 p.m. 1.4 3:31 am. 0.2 "3745 p.m.0.3
Board of Directors and
203-533)). TOP TEN SERIES 26 Fri. 10:58 a.m. 1." 10.27 p.m. 1.5 ":08 a.m. 0.0 4:11 p.m. 0.4
Bay Area Insurance 3, Anna committee chairmen of the Island 27 Sat. 11:37 a.m. 1.3 10t46 p.m. 1.6 4:43 a.m.0.2 4:36 p.m. 0.5

I( Maria Electric 1. (Lloyd Hanson Roger Haynes 588 Woman's Club will meetat 28 Sun. 12:15 p.m. 1.3 11106 p.m. 1.7 5:17 a.m.0.4 5:00 p.m. 0.6

201-492; Roy Ferguson, Kayo Keding 580 the Anna Maria CommunityHall 29 Mort. 12:55 p.m. 1.2 h28 p.m. 1.8 5:52 a.m.0.5 5:22 p.m. 0.7
f Art Schumaker
211-493). 576 at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 Tue 1137 p.m. 1.1 h55 p.m. 1.9 6:29 a.m.0.6 5:43 p.m. 0.8
Tom Edwards 544 '27. ... 7:10 a.m.0.6 6:01 0.9
Gray's Econowash 2, City 31 W.d. 2.28 p.m. 1.1 ---- p.m.
Robert Guild 541
i, Pier-Beachcomber 2. (Leon Thibodeau 533 LEGAL NOTICE For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide read.
George
: Stafford, 197, Robert Reinel, ings, and on..hour and six minutes to low tide readings.
Robert Reinel 530
is 530; Schumaker, 201-576). NOTICE
Dan Knauf 517 After this dot w. are not responsible
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for bills other than those contract.d
any
LEAGUE STANDINGS Leon Stafford* 510 by ourselves. /fM \ FOODLINER'I.i.IV
FRANK COPPOTELUI
Tropical Vista 19
JEANETTE COPPOTELLJ
SIX LOW GAMES
VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 17.5 311 Church Street
Bay Area Insurance 17 Ken Fellows 91 Bradenton Beach, Florida Quality & Variety
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Anna Maria Electric 16.5

Schuchard Plumbing 15.5 .. .. . . . . ..
) IGA TABLERITE WHOLE FRYERS..Lb..29.
THE ISLANDER 14

1 Bayou Marina 13 Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. ARMOUR STAR HAM..Hockless Shank Portlon..Lb..9.

Gray's Econowash 12 WESTERN SMALL Corn Fed Lean Spare Rlb..Lb..9.
J REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
x CRISCO (With $5 Order)..3 Lb. Can...............................59*
p
REASONEH & AlfSONFLORIST Established 1908A FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE (With Coupon-10) a:. Jar..99

:: BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE--Pt. Jar............................29*
i "free eWnrery to tfe Itlanf Phone Call Will Bring a Representative .. .. ... . .. . . .

t" Dixie Grande Hotel Bldq. 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 With Every Purchase We Now Give

i r Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m.

BRADENTON PIONEER SAVING STAMPSTHE

FOR OFFICE FURNITURE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES

AND SUPPLIES ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925'

The Bradenton

Office Equipment Co. Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes

530 13th St. BRADENTON Is Your

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Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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ANNA MARIA CITY 742-1011 BRADENTONINSURING A home-made will Is nearly as bad as no

will at all. It may leave your family complet-

ely unprotected.

RIDE THE ISLAND BUS v
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You need to prepare your will with the help

(AND SAVE THE BRIDGE TOLL) l of your attorney. Our Trust Department can

act as executor and trustee. We are
your
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always glad to discuss these services In

TON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY confidence with you and of course...no

FAREs 45*One Way,804 Round TripIrckag.s BUSINESSES BOATS obligation. Call or visit Mr. Walter. Young,

Under Two Lbs.-50f our Trust Officer, todayl!
CALL TODAY!
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CHURCHESHARVEY ,1. :

MEMORIAL CHURCH
(Nen.D.nomlnatlenal) _
Bradcnton Beach
R... A. W. Slmms --- -w-

COMMUNION SUNDAY: "'" BAYSIDE HOME on North Shore Drive,Anna Maria,purchased
9:30 3.m. Sunday School. recently by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sargeant of Lakeland
-- 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. \ ____ from Mrs. B. S. Wilford of Sarasota.Mr.and Mrs. Sargeantwill
.
use the property as a summer home. The transactionwas
The Arthur Sims will
Rev. resume .
'
.. .... ." 1--,. negotiated by Peggy Moore of Ralph Parrish Realty, of
.. Is
October '
services Sunday. 7. .:1' .. -"; ,
-1- T _ Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. (Islander Photo)
I .. "": ,I
ST. BERNARD MISSION .,,,..,'<. ". .. ,. .,_ .___ "'\..:.._._._ -- --
r Pri. tt R... Francis F. Wlsmill

SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 3.m. NATIVITY: SCENE now on display at gas station in the Island
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. Shopping Center will be a door prize at the November 15
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. Christmas Bazaar of the Episcopal Churchwomen of the
WEDNESDAYS: Church of The Annunciation. (Islander Photo)

7i30 p.m. Rosary & Benediction.
Nativity Scene Now On
New Roser ScheduleRoser
ExhibitSo
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Memorial Community -
R... L.. RatliH Pastor far as is known, the first Church will resume its winter -

THURSDAY: touch of the Christmas seasonon schedule on Sunday, Oct. 28, WATERFRONT home at 607 Ambassador Lane, Key Royale,
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. the Island is to be found in when an additional worships purchased recently Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Fritsch of
SUNDAY: the east window of the Shell e r vi c e will take place at Tampa from Key Royale, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Fritsch plan to
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. gas station at the Holmes 11:15. The schedule at the make their permanent home here. Sale was handled by John
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Beach Shopping Center. The church until further notice Maner, an associate of Jack Marshall, Anna Maria Realtor.
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Nativity scene, particularly will be: 9 a.m. Morning Wor- (Islander Photo)
impressive under night lighting 10 School
6:30 m. Worship Service. ship; a.m. Sunday ,
p.
MONDAY includes 17 ceramic fig- and 11:15 a.m. Morning Wor- OPENING SOONEsthers
: ures, with a soft antique satin ship.
TUESDAY 6:30p.m. R.A. finish, made by Mrs. Frank The newly organized Cherub
: Dunham. The creche was made Choir will meet at 10:50 a.m.
4:30 p.m. Intermediate G.A. by the Rev. H. C. Benjamin, Sunday under the direction of Sandwich Shop
7:00 p.m. Church Choir. whose many talents and avo- Mrs. Clyde Phelps.
9903 GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA
WEDNESDAY: ,
cations include that of wood-
6:45 p.m. Teachers & Officers working. Mrs. Harry Varley ing with the theme "An Old NEXT TO SPARKY THE BARBER
Meeting. designed and painted the set- Fashioned Christmas," will
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. ting for this impressive and be the door prize at the bazaarto THIS I WILL FIGHT FOR!
dignified display. The creche
be held on Nov. 16 at the

ROSER(Non MEMORIAL.D.neminationa CHURCH!) with Family its and figures animals of,the in keep-Holy the Parish Annunciation.House of the Church of ,p The three percent State sales tax may

R... Richard K. Wiggins Pastor ________u. be a necessary evil. But it would be

FRIDAY THURSDAY 7:30 p.m.:Sr. Choir. Coquina Restaurant ; more of an evil to put a three percent

: sales tax on medicine and groceries.If .
7:00 p.m. Intermediate Y. F.
Halloween Party. SPECIALIZING SUNDAY DINNERS I am elected, I will vote against any

SUNDAY 7:30 p.m.: Finance Comm. SERVED FROM 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. proposed bill taxing these items.

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. WALLACE M.
BREAKFASTLUNCHDINNERFRESH
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. "WALLY"WARNER REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE
11:15 a.m. Worship Service.
7:00 p.m. Intermediate & Sr. SEAFOOD AND CHOICE STEAKS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEPaid

Youth Fellowships. JOHNIE AND RUTH WEBB poUUcal Advertisement

TUESDAY: GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA
7:30 p.m. Building Committee &
Trustees Meeting. VOTE FORMRS.
Beach Bendix Laundryand t ]

GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
R... Frank E. Ly.rlf, pastor J. P. HARLLEE, JR.

SUNDAY: ,i Dry Cleaners
8:30 a.m. Church School. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
(
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10:00 a.m. The Service.
CALL 0

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION 00 FOR DISTRICT 1 SEAT

(Episcopal) 778-2295 .
R... Gerald K. Low.. Rector ON THE MANATEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

THURSDAY: 205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach I lAM
:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.

TRINITY NINETEENTH: SUNDAY AFTER "x *3 %*, v.. Jtffi,' xV, $ A UNIVERSITY GRADUATEA .,
r4 *JWB .MM* mmm jmrmmmm HUM ; K\pA A t
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 4 roiiit-*;*> <'*$J>%$$-<\ 't' 1
'f' ;fi-* $*9
10:00 a.m. Family Eucharist and I
FORMER LIBRARIAN AND TEACHERA
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STRONGER SCHOOL LIBRARIES
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PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT



,October 25., 1962 THE ISLANDER Pane zt


t ISLAND REAL ESTATE I IWILDER


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" OP HOMES IF YOU ARE BUY ING OR SELL ING RIGHT ON THE GULFWE
Houses suitable for Itto4 cliaattand -
condition. (UModoHifl: It. ISLAND REALTY

pain motes: f Additions.i.... Trattwortky osti GEORGE WAGNER. REGISTERED BROKERBOX HAVE JUST LISTED THREE SMALL ONE-BED-

NORMAN Off. 771-1410 ROSEDALE, Homo, Anna 771-2591 Maria 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes leach, 778-2444 ROOM COTTAGES. IDEAL FOR A COUPLE TO
LIVE IN, WITH GOOD INCOME FROM THE OTHER
I
TWO. TOTAL PRICE $16,500. TERMS IF DESIRED.

\ WE RENT Elgin Water. Softeners and Filters CALL PEGGY MOORE, Associated With:

FOLDING BEDS IAIY CRIIS
PARRISH REALTY
I PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING Post Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902
COTS
ROY PHILLIPS
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS CLOSE TO GULFTWO
THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY58th
LINENSLANKETS BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME WITH
Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-14&6 SCREENED PORCH. NICE CORNER LOT.
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
$14,5OOBAYFRONTBRADENTON
HOLMES BEACH 778-1472 HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST ...............

RESIDENTIAL! SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH BEACHTWO
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MANATEEFEDERAL UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN
BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME WITH DETACHED -
KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH; DOUBLE GARAGE. PRIVATE DOCK.
; TILE BATH.BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET. SUBMERGED LAND AVAILABLE TO BULKHEADLINE.
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SAVINGS& LOAN ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED--AND RENTED! $14,000

NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED..Terms Arranged. ..............
ASSOCIATION
JOHN B. PROTHERO RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
f REGISTERED REAL ESTATE.IROKER..SALES" RENTALS Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
Ask Us AboutTRANSFR 116 Slit STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

M NEAR THE BEACH
,.
Of FUNDS jt Jack's Bargain BoardTWO

BRING YOUR PASSBOOKWEWILL Home With Income
GLADLY HANDLE
BEDROOM home just a step from the Gulf.
ALL DETAILS Has full and ATTRACTIVE TWO BEDROOM HOME WITH BATH
f r Convenient to Shopping. garage glassedSun
AT NO LOSS TO YOU Porch. COMPLETELY FURNISHED. Immediate AND A HALF. CLOSE TO BEACH. INCOME PRO.
I
Possession. REDUCED TO $9,500. DUCING TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT OVER
.
BRAND NEW Two Bedroom Home. MODERN AND GARAGE. GOOD SIZED LOT IN NICE LOCATION.
ATTRACTIVE in every way. Fully air conditionedwith
k central heating. Conveniently located for beach, $26,000HO
f bus and shopping. Just $12,500, with SMALL down
payment.Mortgage maybe assumed.No closing costs.
LMES REALTY
1 LOT SPECIAL: Two lots in Holmes Beach. Close to
beach--West of Highway. A top rental location.Sell- 5305 GULF DRIVE--- 778-2876
x ing both lots at the Genuine Bargain Price of $5,000.
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# Holmes BeachEXCEPTIONAL
.. JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2614

BUYTHREE

: LOTS LOTS LOTS

BEDROOM CB HOME

'f Holmes Beach Residential or Duplex LARGE CORNER LOT

AS LOW AS TWO CERAMIC TILE BATHS
I DOWN--5 YEARS TO PAY
. BUILT-IN ELECTRIC KITCHEN
IN EXTREMELY DESIRABLE AREA--BETWEEN 68TH & 69TH STREETS

: PURCHASE ON LAND CONTRACT-AM ABSTRACT WITH EACH LOT Enclosed Screened Patio & Family Dining Room

; HIGH AND DRY LAND-CITY WATER AND OTHER UTILITIES AVAILABLE CENTRAL HEAT

,J -.l I I J J L LARGE STORAGE AREA

BEACH 69* St.:
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I PRICED AT
100 70' Tar 7 -'0'I $15,500

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o, #-4' gN tM 0 L K ; :r : $1,000 DOWN

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A EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYSIN
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CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3000

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
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A--$3t550 $2,950 J-$3,550
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1 B-$3,550 G-$2,95O' K-$2,850 Walter S. Hardin
I C-43,550 H..$2,950 L-SOLD
' D-$2.950 I $3,550 M-$2f850
E-42(950 N-$2,850 Realty Cpmpany

r. Realtors
I BUY NOW--BUILD LATER


Is CONSULT DICK WAGNER REALTOR ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Tel. 778-2663 778-1010 BOB CABLE,Manager 778175611mraday



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1'II r 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday October 25. 1962
1
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
LEGAL NOTICES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo I Holmes leach, Anna Mario Island, Florida

and All All pleasant, sure, to tee one99 name in print." LORD BYRON .
mands COMING NOV.Ut
NEIL MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Norman Skeway of Rhinelan-
lied You and and Wooley of E. Moline, 111... der, Wis...Mr and Mrs. T. Ritti- ISLAND PHARMACY, Ince
demands, Mrs. August Alino of Ro- mayer of Haddon Heights, N. J...
may llacNEIL have Park, N. J...Mr. and Mrs. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and YOUR
County, of Orlando...Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. T. A. Lashley and family of
atee Robert County A. of Tucson, Ariz...Mr. Fayetteville, N. C. .. Mr and Mrs. I
Court House A. P. Finnegan of Venice R. E. Marzolf and family of Clar- 1 C
first((6) calendar and Mrs. A. Bonner of An- ence Center, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. SALESTORE

lire. Mass..,Mr. and Mrs. Scott William H. Weber of Anchorage
Executrix EDITH of St. Petersburg...T. R. Ky.. .Miss Alice Parrent of Bradenton. -
Robert H.- of Ormond Beach. ..Mr and Mrs. M. C. Peter-
SCHULTZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. son and son of B a r t o w. ..Mr. and
Attorneys Bradenton. Stalse of Freeport, I1L Mrs. W. H. Johnson and family of GET TWO FOR THE PRICE

25 LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Greensboro N. C...Rev and Mrs. OF ONE PLUS A PENNY
10-18 }
Baysingerof Savannah, Ga. C. Bruce and family of Eagle Lake
and Mrs. C. M. Wright of ...Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Johnson and BARGAINS FOR

/ Gorda. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. family of Greensboro, N. C...Mr. THE ENTIRE FAMILYOpen
of Largo...Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. Luken and party of
Sine. the Platt of Cuyahoga Falls, O. Ohio ..Mr and Mrs. F. D. Free- Sundays 8:30 o.ni. to 1:00 p.m.
advertised O. Lindsay of Wayne, land of Bradenton Beach.
Phone 771-1411 Night 771-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
immediate .R. D. Beaton of Windsor, e e e
ded to all Mr. and Mrs. Leslie White of Mal-
mit a. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil M. Neal
lineal feet verne, L. I. N. Y.. are vacationing -
Ohio. at the Blue Water Beach Apart- Fall Cotton Dressesby
and may be MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. I.
or The from the of St. Petersburg... Mr. ments. e e A
20 feet Virgil Piech of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mizen of Anna
Ordinance fications *.Mr. and Mrs. H. Abney Maria wish to extend their grateful SMART MISS
This work ...Charles I. Bacheller & thanks to their many friends on the
The course lineal, of North Caldwell, N. J... Island for the wonderful cards, let- FLAIR OF MIAMI
and final Mrs. R. M. Anderson of ters, etc. sent Mrs. Mizen duringher
ual the work amount Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Ro- recent hospitalization in Wisconsin GLORIA SW ANSON
must of Chicago. ..Rev. Dr, .
Sealed R. Roth of Minneapolis... e e e
flee of the MELWINE OF MIAMISIZES
Florida, Mrs. J. H. Harwell of At- Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
ber S. 1962. and of Gulf Drive, Holmes
within 60 .Mr. Mrs. S. L. Cocasy Cassidy
of contract. N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. Beach, have been Mrs. Frances Ed-
City of Vayer of Garden City, N. Y. mundson of St. Petersburg, and her
reject any BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. sister. Mrs. Margaret Bentley of 8to2O& 12K to 2454} cAf.

A. Slivinsky of Yonkers, Jacksonville.


VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:
LAST WEEK
Mrs. William G. Linstead
William Barber of Stillwater, Regular
IN THE
FLORIDA for the winter. .
$6.70 Per Gal. G
CLYDE COURT MOTEL: Mr.
divorce You are R. E. Knapp of Shelby, :-::--:: :/H----: Layaway ,... ; .. Phone

the Circuit Jean Ford of New Smyrna Plan 778-1161
Florida s c; Rr1en No. 12825
P AU LI N BREEZE COURT: Mrs. L. W. I
CLYDE of Oscoda, Mich. Now Only SEE FOR YOURSELVESOUR
You are
APARTMENTS _
answer or SHOP IS CRAMMED TO THE CEILING WITH
NEW
CORAL pINK
Complaint Louis L. Glodt and Mrs.
Manatee ITEMS. COME IN AND PICK OUT YOUR CHRISTMASGIFTS
Florida, Murphy of So. Edmeston, N. $
on the and Mrs. G. A. Brietz of FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. USE OUR LAYAWAY

Schultz Street of..'r'T Salem, N. C. .98 PLAN AND YOUR GIFTS WILL BE GIFT WRAPPED

before 1962. the WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. FREE OF CHARGE AND READY TO BE PICKED UP !
Earl Truman of Ocala. .. YOUR
Herein AT CONVENIENCE I
pro Olsen of Lakeland...A. C. GAL. R.adl.ulaH
you for of Atchison, Kan. ..Mr. and i ir Colon and White RENTAL LIBRARY
Complaint. "
WITNESS HOLMES .t Sand Dollar Gift S.l'
said Court to THE ISLANDER--
A.D. 1962 SUPPLIES I Shirley and John Dujtschaver I
anywhere in the U. S. for

per year. 778-1131

FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL


SCHULTZ Bradenton.Robert Attorneys H. I 7782012R.C.SCHUCHARD


104. 11. I
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRSSPECIALS

(EIGHT )

PMIICO 3Mt
FIRE
nmard.Bra' d" ..,n., PHILCO itco3211 JLLCw
House Philco Portable TV
rates for
Herald liams at TV withStand +
FOR StylinaPRICES START AT 149.95
Speakers I LESS WITH| TRADE MASKS 10H5f-29* TRICK 1 or TREAT BAGS-5
or Write (
REALTY, ii NOISE MAKERS--1 Of
West at YOUR PHILCO DEALER WASTE BASKETS-BUY ONE AT $1.98-GET A 98* ONE FREE

AI.TE Kd.tt.s-Wom.n'c-Slz.. 8H-9-9K-10-Narrow or Med.2 pr.$5CIDS'
ing. .. ISLAND TV 778-1703
Rd. ti? ) MODELS-1962 Cars-REG. $1.49-Now $1.19
Arm FOR MEN'S & WOMEN'S KOREAN SCUFFS-STRAW-59f PR. ;;:

Phone FOR FOR BOWLERSPICK MEN'S PLASTIC SCUFFS-MEDIUM & LARGE-98 PR. f

house. F

Half ished 778-1831 FOR or, ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021

Alter 4 .. UP YOUR

quiet tores.FOR SPRUCE UP

778 W- 1031. COMPOSITESCORECARD I

Palms Will 7"-1 690.

C.Cypress FOR E. GRASS SEED FERTILIZER j

c ISLAND al O..l. LIMITED SUPPLY \
VICE We Island Hardware
clean oil Dobbe's
778-2864 work.around. Bay Area InsuranceF. & Marine Supply /,

YEAR If it's Gcaerol Hardware or Houscwarcs or Gardt Supplies, we bar it-
DAVID BOOZER, SOLE OWNER or will get it for you 771-2111
Floors
washed AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY .

Ken...."ic... ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548'. AUTHORIZED DEALERS LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY j





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