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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: November 1, 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. 573 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1962 TEN CENTS
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General Election Tuesday, November 6Two I




Bradenton Beach Seventeen Congressional, State, County Posts To 1

Councilmen To Be Fill, Nine Constitutional Amendments On Ballot


Elected In DecemberTwo :; Tuesday, November 6, the 'Judge; Wilbur C. King for

members of the Braden voters of Manatee County will Railroad and Public Utilities

t Beach City Council will be have a choice of candidates for Commissioner, and Robert A.

elected at the annual city elec- eleven State and County of- Rickey for County Judge.

t tion on Dec 4. Terms of office fices. A sample ballot has been Polls will be open from 7
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of Ward 2 CouncilmanPaul r VL reproduced on Page 6 of this a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Anna

Maggar and Ward 4 Coun- issue, showing the contested Maria Community Hall for residents -

cilman Henry Meunier will offices and the candidates run- of Anna Maria City;
time. ning for those offices. On oth- at the Holmes Beach City office -
expire at that
t Both men said Tuesday they 6fi er pages of this issue are pictures for residents of that city;
whether and thumbnail sketchesof at the Bradenton Beach Fire
had not decided or not
most of the candidates. Station for Bradenton Beach
to seek re-election.
Wednesday, Nov. 14, is the a Uncontested candidates, all residents, and at the LongboatKey
final day for candidates for the Democrats, are Elwyn Thomas Fire House for Manatee

two council seats to file peti- apd Millard F.Caldwell for County residents of that town.
tions with the city clerk. Justices of the Supreme Court; (Continued on Page 6)

Maggar was elected in 1961to A. O. Kanner for Judge of the

fill the unexpired term of District Court of Appeal;Robert Carnival WinnersThe

Mrs. Mary Hunter, the city'sonly + E.Willis. for Circuit Court
annual Carn-
Halloween
woman member of the
Power Squadron ival at the Anna Maria Island
council. The vacancy was cre-
Dinner MeetingThe School was held Saturday evening -
ated when Mrs.Hunter resigned -
before audience of
an
to move back to New York regular bi-monthly din-
several hundred parents and
State. ner meeting of the Anna Maria friends.
Meunier has served three rI'Yf Island Power Squadron will be for the costume
Judges par-
years on the council. He ser-
held at the Bradenton Country ade were Dr. Regina Wescottand
ved one year as an appointeeto
Club Thursday, November 1. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Niles.
fill the unexpired term of A social hour will be at 6:30,
Best costume awards went to
James and elected f
Reynolds, was
in with the dinner served at 7:30 the following children: Mrs.Mellin's .
to a two year term
1960. For the he has p.m. Kindergarten, Donny
past year
On Friday evening, Nov. 9,
: Hewitt, Julie Kaekel and David
n served as vice mayor. TEEN CLUB'Halloween Costume winners, left-to'right, are a navagational cruise will be Webster; Mrs. Lark's first i

The other three members of Ruth Gibbons, Susan Engel and Sheron Cable. (Top picture) made aboard the ADMIRAL on grade, Scott Weaver, Nina

the council are Mayor Victor and in lower picture, a group of the youngsters at the dance Tampa Bay, leaving from the Wiggins and Tommy Angell;

Reinel, who is a councilman- enjoying the refreshments between sets. (Islander Photos) ADMIRAL dock south of the Miss Bulloch's first and second \,
at-large; Arthur Ella of Ward
Cortez Bridge. The cruise has Janet Susan
Neff
1, and John Quincy Adams of grade,
been arranged particularly for Maxner and Matthew Clark
]Mickelsen
And Lee ;
Ward 3. All three have another i
the benefit of the students now Mrs. Higgins' second grade,
year to serve. .- ]Form New II I
CompanyPeder enrolled in the class in Piloting ,Patricia Tebbetts, Olena

Mickelsen, president .. arid Small Boat Handling.By Hoard and Tommy Hoffman;
City Meeting ScheduleI I of Key Royale,Inc.,announcedlast \ !/:.. that time the neophytes will Mrs. Laney's third grade,
Two of,the regular monthly ] week the formation of anew have had their lecture on Nav- George Yerkes, Joe Hutchinson -

meetings of the governing bod'J'J sales and building company -fr igational Aids and they will and Tommy Hayes; Mrs.Drew's '
ies of' the three Island cities ,\- ,have an opportunity actually fourth Var-
to handle the future sales grade,Gay
have been postponed a week. promotion and home building see and identify the various ano, Jean Knight and Eliza-
L Anna Maria's City Commis- of buoys maintained by
activities at the Anna Maria r types beth Tebbetts; Mrs. Piscitel- _
sion will meet at its regularly the U. S. Coast Guardtheirsizes 11's third and fourth
]I[s I and waterfront development. f grades,
scheduled time, at 7:30 p.m., J shapes, colors, lights Angelica Lowe, Vicki Pritch-

Monday, November 5. Among The new firm, which is called I' and audible signals. All stud- ard, Jennifer Tessier and
many items on its agenda will Key Royale Homes will : t ents and Squadron membersare ', Conant Carr; Mr. Moss's fifth

I be the reading of several new )lave: its office at the Key Roy- i urged to make their reservations grade, Valerie Brown and

ordinances. lie development in conjunction .. < early with Commander Craig Moorhead; Mrs. Lude-
In Holmes Beach, where the ; with the 1963 model homes : .t .. Arthur Johnson. man's sixth grade,Susie Cobb,
meeting of the Board of Alder- y Mark Pierce and Carol Lev-
P which are now being designed. Boatacade Sun.
Trip
men would ordinarily be held 6 ]Partners in the new firm are ..... (. .; ...f. \ enson, and Mrs. Ottley's sixth
Tuesday evening,November ,William B. Lee who will be On Sunday, Nov. 4, a boata- grade, David Deam, Donna
the meeting has been postponed 1 the initial president of the cade cruise of outboard boats Holmes and Sandra Forney.

until November 13 becausepf I company, and Howard S. Ad- has been planned by Harold

the General Election. ams, who will act as vice Chick Chapman of Holmes High Twelve Club
The Bradenton Beach City .... *,, .
president and sales Beach and Lloyd Hanson of
Council, scheduled to meet on ) manager.Lee The Island High Twelve Club
Nov. 1 has postponed its meet- is well known in the area Howard Adams Bradenton Beach. will meet Thursday, Nov.1,at
j IB a builder, and is the vice The trip will take the form of noon at the Gulf Terrace Rest-
Ing until Thursday, Nov. 8., president of the Manatee a slow cruise from the Anna. aurant, Bradenton Beach. Instead -

County Chamber of Com- Maria Bridge to Venice, and of a speaker, the pro-
merce, as well as president of will leave between 9:30 and gram will consist of a busi-
the Island Division of the 10
a.m., with everyone inter-
ness meeting, at which plans
A Chamber. He also is a part ested invited to Join the group. for the coming winter season

l y owner of Key Royale, Inc.,the Organization of the cruise is will be made.Anniversary.
company which owns and is informal in that it Is not spon-

developing Key Royale Island. sored by any of the boating organizations Issue ;
Adams has had 12 years' experience on the Island or
in sales work for elsewhere. Persons desiring A special Eleventh Anniver-

building material firms and more information are askedto sary Issue of THE ISLANDER
recently was engaged in sales call Chapman at 778-1506, will be published on Decem-
ber 6. WATCH FOR IT!
promotion work at another or Hanson at 778-1313,_
waterfront development in the
area. He stated this week that a
plans for a comprehensive advertising ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

and promotional

program are being made. T..,.retv'.. W.t.r Rclnfell (\

The new firm also will han- : : :8am' Noon 8 p m High .
dle building and sales activities -
for the Bay Palms water- Oct. 23--74 80 77 80 79 None J

front development, owned by Oct. 24--66 75 72 76 78 None ,

Peder Mickelsen & Son Inc. A Oet.25--63 71 70 72 78 NoneOct.2661

The Jack Marshall Real Estate 68 70 79 77 None
EVACUATION. EXERCISE at Island School last week, when I
firm also will continue to Oct. 27--62 70 70 80 77 None IOct.2864 t
test showed that all pupils could be evacuated from the school
represent Key Royale and Bay 76 74 86 77 None
homes in almost half hour.
and reach their exactly one
Palms at its Anna Maria City Oct. 29--66 78 76 86 77. None
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ti RfA, FLORIDA ABOUTTHEAPBA

_TELEPHONE 778-2021 edge vQi .

KIMBALL Br THE EDITORWe EDITOR'S NOTE: The following editorial is a reprint of the col-

umn in the St. Petersburg Times of October 28 written by Red

; News and advertising............MARGE KIMBALL o" have reproduced below Marston, Times Outdoors Editor. It is an appraisal of the pros

Mall Address: Anna Marla, Florida y1pN part of an article which appeared and cons of the recent national outboard racing championships, '\
_in the travel section of
the Chicago Sunday Tribune of by a well-qualified observer. I
Subscription $3.50 a year $2.00 for six month, payable In outboard of the
national championships
advanco..Canada, $5.00 Oct. 28. The article bylined Whether the
per yoar. "Steve Brodie the name ofa American Power Boat Association will ever be held again in
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for ,
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. gentleman who achieveda Bradenton--and the 1962 title chase ended there last week-

National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. measure of notoriety some end--is questionable. It is also unfortunate, if that's the

N_. years ago by supposedly Jump- future determination.The .
ing from the Brooklyn Bridge, Motel Association felt that it took a rooking. Memberswere

.!AUCIICM REWSMKIUPIESUTITIVB* and living to tell the story. oversold and misled,perhaps by too much optimism and

However, we have reason to enthusiasm on the part of the promoters. This is regrettable.But I

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn believe that the gentleman who Bradenton and the area came out in fine shape in the I
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wrote the article for the Trib- important matter of area publicity. Bradenton's Chamber of

Independent weekly published every Thursday by une has a surname other than Commerce couldn't even begin to afford the paidpublicity it J

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria Florida Brodie. Nevertheless, regardless got for free. ,
of the writer's name, Film clips of the races have gone out to 150 television
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. he was most kind to the Island stations around the country, probably two or three minute I.

\\f\\ and gave it some rather good showings. The State Development Commission put that show I

publicity which reached read- on the road.
ers in several hundred thou- The chamber advertising budget could have been blown for y

sand homes. that one deal alone, if ithadtopay for it. Members who have

SOLIDARITYLet One of the more humorousto attended national outboard championships before said it

: ( us) parts of the entire mat- appeared Bradenton and Manatee County fared every bit as "

ter is the cutline below the well, if not better, than say Bakersfield, Cal., and McKees-

single picture used. The pic- port Pa., to name a couple of other places where the event
us be the very first to congratulate the election win ture is of the Bradenton river has been held.If .

ners--although as we write this, more than a week before the front from the air, and the there is criticism of what happened, it should be level- 1

election, we have no possible way of being sure who they will cutline reads: "Thriving Bra- ed at some place other than Jim Gallery and Bill Geesling,

be. denton is near quiet Anna associated with the chamber of commerce in Bradenton. t
But whoever the winners are--we hope and pray they will Maria, Fla." The charge that Gallery didn't publicize the show well 1

somehow or other, manage to find the ways and means, the The first half of the article, enough in advance is unwarranted. This we can comment I

fortitude, the time and the other factors necessary to bring all that has to do with the Island about with authority since this sort of thing is encountered by I

about even one-quarter of the many wonderful things they follows: us twelve months a year.

promised the voters before the election.If News outlets are news outlets, not promotional puff sheets. 1

through some major miracle, as many as one-half the Good Places for The advance stories are screened for news, not free public- I
: of victorious candidates became
pre-election promises ever
ity. Even so, the Suncoast papers most interested in the
accomplished facts, the man in the street could--and no doubt tremendous advances
Bradenton races gave the upcoming races -
would--stop looking forward" to eventual residence in the Budget HolidayBy in some cases more than the championships I

"Happy Hunting Grounds, because he would know, beyondany Steve deserved.The .
Brodie
doubt, that no more Utopian existence could be possiblethan radio and TV do
national news media, magazines, not
he would have right here in the sunlit uplands of the ANNA MARIA, Fla.-If you
the
rush crews down for these championships. But news was
"home County. think Florida in the winter is I
covered, very generously at home and reasonably enough in
Candidates have been heard to promise--before elec- strictly a rich
other
places.
tions--everyting from pie-in-the-sky to lower taxes; two- .; "TIIft' man's playground -
: .. The $3,000 the chamber of commerce put up was peanuts
.::' you'ree
toll-free fenced-in :
chickens-in-every-pot to bridges
; quar-
compared to tangible and intangible returns. If motels were
ter sections of the moon (it used to be the whole moon, but $ :::::: 10 years behind -
than that and for it it
painted rosier pictures paid was
r I i : the times.
:
with rapidly increasing population and the advances of the ::
: As one elder- unfortunate, and unnecessary. There seems to be no doubt
they have reneged a little)to a four-lane Route 41; .
space age
...:Pfit; ly but the event was oversold to them. Attendance figure projectionswere
but time and reminded of their rashness peppery
as passes they are .
:;. fantastic, unreal.If .
: gentleman put
they have a habit of assuming an innocent expression and ,111\si ri:: it recently some of the more bitter victims claim the outboard

asking coyly, "Who, ME 1" MAiut '-:., ...o.-. while sun racers to be a bunch of gypsys who sleep in automobiles instead -
However, after the votes have been counted; the winners G.IJ,/ '.:.0::. basking on a of motels, that is not a fair observation. And it isn't
have accepted the reluctant congratulations of the losers; the ,11f' nit: bench in St. J
election bets paid--also reluctantly; and the sound and fury .. .. true.One
Petersburg the either
: group did sleep in a tent at race scene to f
k have subsided, we should close ranks behind our new leaders,
"I've been j'
guard their equipment or were just plain short of money. f
even though they are not OUR first choices, and continue to
coming down to Florida from These racers are average people. They come long distancesand
do our best to carry out our every day tasks. The tradition Indiana: every year each win- some--most--have to count pennies.If .

of a GREAT DEMOCRACYI! ter since 1948. And you know it is true that one motel owner said that he canceled
\ Although everyone agrees that our country is facing some what? I pay less per month fora previous reservations to make room for the racerswhonever

I trying times, with our very civilization and existence threat- cottage now than I used topay showed up at his place--then that operator must be the

ened, and with many difficult-to-solve problems to be tossed per week. Better cottage, best in all Florida. October isn't the month for loaded motelsin

i into the laps of our new leaders, any student of our history too. this state and everyone knows it.
will argue that these problems are no greater than those that This is the case almost any- The
racers conducted themselves with dignity and sport-
where in the state. The
I' have threatened us before. reasonis
do.
smanship. They
always
We are a firm believer in the idea that the voters are not hard to discover, either.Following What the
American Power Boat Association should do to
right in their choice of candidates, despite the fact that sur- e e e
World War II, hun- prevent what happened in the Bradenton area is to curb over-
and polls tend to show that potential voters are
veys many dreds of thousands of people zealous promoters and to protect the merchants from puttingup
often somewhat about who is for what office.
running
vague wanted to spend time in Flor- any more money than is necessary.New I
Looking back through our history, it seems that each time a ida in the winter..As a result, APBA president Charlie Strang will probably have
leader was badly needed, the voters, either by blind instinct,
there was a tremendous short- something to say about this in the future.St. .
I or by Divine guidance, elected the neededleader.or leaders. age of accommodations a Petersburg has many fine residents who came here to \

} The wisdom and foresight of our founding' fathers thus has place to stay [if you could getit live after first being exposed to the rrea through the winter

.J been proven many times. So let it be in 62! ] cost plenty.So sailing regattas. They are substantial citizens.We .

't what happened? Florida can't see how anyone can go on the Island of Anna
went on ohe of the biggest build- Maria without being captivated by its charm, or for most of

ing binges in history-hotels, the Suncoast for that matter. Some of those who came and

motels, resort cottages, and saw, showed interest, even found time to look at lots and I

ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES homes. houses.We :
When it was all over, supply
would consider that the races were a good investmentfor
NOVEMBERHIGH- -LOW1 had not only met demand, it
Manatee The
County. worst thing was that some paid more
Thur. 12.26 a.m. 1.9 3.29 p.m. 1.0 7t56 a.m.0.6 6tlO p.m. 0.9 had zoomed past it. And sud- than their share of the investment, but even that unhappy
2 Fri. 1.02 a.m. 1.9 5.02 p.m. 1.0 8i50 a.m.0.6 5:46 p.m. 0.9 denly, operators of many ac-
circumstance shouldn't cloud the overall
3 Sat. 1&47 a.m. 1.8 -. --- 9i52 a.m.0.5 ..-- commodations found they gain.
4 Sun. 2:46 a.m. 1.7 8.36 p.m. 1.1 10:58 a.m.0.5 10:32 p.m. 1.0 would have to lower their rates We had our criticism of things in the press setup but they

5 Mon. 4.11 a.m. 1.5 8.35 p.m. 1.2 12:05 p.m.0.4 ---- drastically to meet the competition. were ironed out in the end. They were workshop matters, and

; 6 Tue. 5.56 a.m. 1.4 8.48 p.m. 1.3 12:15 a.m. 0.9 1:06 p m. 0.3 not actually in the public interest. For the record Gallery
I 7 W.d 7.31 a.m. 1.3 9.07 p.m. 1.4 Ii35 a.m. 0.6. 1:59 p.m.0.2 e e e did a good job in a new tough assignment. He shouldn't haveto
I Thur. 8:54 a.m. 1.3 9.27 p.m. 1.5 2i37 a.m. 0.3 2:44 p.m. 0.0 This does not mean that you back into anyone's office with an apology.If .

; 9 Fri. 10.07 CI.m. 1.3 9.53 p.m. 1.7 3:30 a.m.0.1 3:23 p.m. 0.2 won't find any more truly luxury Bradenton doesn't want the race again, St. Petersburg

10 Sat. 11.14 a.m. 1.2 10.19 p.m. 1.8 4:18 a.m.0.4 3:58 p.m. 0.4 -and luxury priced-hotels should snap it up. Lakeland always has a home for the racers.
11 Sun. 12.18 p.m. 1.2 10.47 p.m. 1.9 5>04 a.m.0.7 4:28 p.m. 0.6 in Florida. In Palm Beach, for At $3,000 it was a steal from publicity standpoint. But we'dlike 1
12 Mon. 1.22 1.1 l1a18 2.0 5:49 a.m.0.8 4:56 p.m. 0.8
p.m. p.m. instance, there are stately hotels to Bradenton another
see get crack at it and benefit from
13 Tue. 2&31 1.0 11.51 2.0 6s35 a.m.0.9 5:22 0.9
p.m. p.m. p.m.
which have
been attract- the
of
14 Wed. 3.57 p.m. 0.9 --- --------- 7i21 a.m.0.9 5:45 p.m. 0.8, experience this past one.
15 Thur. 12&21 a.m. 2.0 .... ....... Sill a.m.0.8 n ing the great names of American
16 Fri. .1&11 a.m. 1.8 ---- ----- 9:03 a.m.0.6 society for half a centuryand [and up] de luxe suites there are hundreds of places in Florida -
17 Sat. 2&03 a.m. 1.7 7.25 p.m. 1.0 9:59 a.m.0.5 9:09 p.m. 0.9 still charge accordingly. are comfortable off-oceanfront which have never been in
18 Sun. 3.12 a.m. 1.4 7.43 p.m. 1.0 10i57 a.m.0.3 10:53 p.m. 0.8 Similarly, lavish hotels along hotels where $200 win buy aIthe spotlight, where you can
19 Mon. 4.41 a.m. 1.2 7.59 p.m. 1.1 11:54 a.m.0.2 'T T'I Miami Beach's famous hotel most a month's lodging in the find a vacation spot with unhur- !

20 Tue. 6.16 a.m. 1.1 8.15 p.m. 1.2 12:25 a.m. 0.6. 12.46 p.m.0.1 row-places like the Fontaine- winter. ried charm. It is in these places i
\ 21 Wed. 7.46 a.m. 1.0 8.34 p.m. 1.3 1:36 a.m. 0.4' 1:32 p.m. 0.1 bleau and Eden Roc and Americana e e e moreover, that you can .
22 Thur. 9a02... 1.0 8154 p... 1.4 2:31 a.m. 0.1 2:10 p.m. 0.2 for example-can offer Of course, to millions .who find winter rates that are well
23 Fri. 10.05 a.m. 1.0 9.16 p.m. 1.5 3:14 a.m.0.1 2:44 p.m. 0.4 suites that are in the extreme have never been to Florida, or within the reach of families.

U Sat. 10.59 a.IB. 1.0 9.31 p.m. 1.6 3:53 a.m.0.4 3:14 p.m. 0.5 upper brackets.But who have been in the state Take Anna Maria, for ex

25 Sun. 11141 a.m. 1.0 10101 p.m. 1.7 4:30 a... 0.5 3:41 p.m. 0.6 only a few miles from only once or twice, the word ample. Despite its delightfully .

26 Mon. 12a29 p.... 0.9 10.27 P.III. 1.8 5:05 o.ra.0.7 4:05 p.m. 0.7 the Palm Beach areas where "Florida" means such famous different name, it is not well
27 Tue. .1&11 p.m. 0.9 10.55 p.m. 1.9 5:41 a.m.0.8 4:28 p.m. 0.7 presidents and princes play, places as Miami Beach, Palm known even to native Flori-
21 Wed. 1.57 p.... 0.9 11.26 p.... 1.9 6:20 a.... 0.9 4:47 p. u 0.8 you can find modest cottages Beach, St Petersburg, or Fort dans. Yet it would be difficult '1
29 Thur. .2149 p.m. 0.8 1 7:00 a.m.0.9 5:00 p.m. 0.7 along a river or close to the to find a place where a vaca-
30 Fri. 12.020... 1.9 3.52 p.m. 0.8 7:45 o.m.0.9 5:11 p.m. 0.7 ocean, for $75 tad less a week. Lauderdale. tion could be fun if ,14
more
For Cortez end Brodenton Beach, add seven minutes to high tide nod- And almost in the shadow of These cities deserve the fame your

logs, and one hour and six minutes to low tide readings. the Fontainebleau's $280-a-day they have achieved. But there (Continued on Page 4))




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of Anna Maria are a '
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I J green. PLANKTON is respon- : : ..'. .
sible for this color. Plankton "" : ''
J is from a Greek word mean- I\." {. t< .\ .:'
ing "that which is made toII -V- .- < .'
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wander. Note the definite ,-'l. : fII cu. .
passive sense of the phrase: .. .
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II 'is made to." Plankton refers (\, .
to all of the tinyplants and animals -
in the Sea whose small r a
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about at the mercy of the ocean ; ( 1 L .
currents and waves. Planktonis -, .
a mixture, a living soup, of iI.: ..,, ,4'
and animals but
both plants ,
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for the sake of convenience, .. .. .
we can refer to the PHYTOPLANKTON .:. .
meaning the veg- K
etable part of this soup,and the
ZOOPLANKTON, meaning the ... "" .
animal part.

The abundance of planktonic ZOOPLANKTON, including two jellyfish larvae, a fish egg, PHYTOPLANKTON. The anchor-shaped cells are
I plants and animals is almost an arrow-worm, and a variety of crustaceans. If we greatly dinoflagellates. The other assorted cells, some
beyond comprehension. The magnify a bit of the dark are of this photo, we find--- hooked together in chains, are diatoms. (Photos by
f Marine Biological Associationat Douglas Wilson of the Plymouth Laboratory)
Plymouth, England, has
4 been studying plankton for
Workers at the I
some years.
A Record Of Active Interest
Plymouth Laboratory, by using -
such devices as tow nets, HEECT And Participation In Our Community
,
,
and cal-
centrifuges, specially 'f
chairman Manatee County
Past vice

ibrated pipettes, have deter- Chapter Red Cross; member of
mined that a typical North Atlantic board of directors for six years
I sample of water may JAMES A. HALEY
contain several million plants i 6 Past chairman Real Estate & Insurance
I Division of United Appeal.
and several thousand animals ..... ... ...
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of "An Old Fashioned Christ- MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE... J2
.. Episcopal Bazaar
THE WORLD OF THE SEA. ENSE AND... :

(Continued from Page 3)) (Continued from Page 2) While "An Old FashionedChristmas' mas.Glitter, gold and silver,how- (See also Page 12))

; per cubic footl If you find this tastes lie in such things as is the theme of the ever, will brighten many of the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Glen .
Burnie, Md. are spending two weeks
statement hard to believe in miles of broad and uncrowded bazaar and silver coffee spon- holiday decorations, orna-
1'
next week's column we will and a as guests of Mrs. Charlotte Snyder
beaches, fishing, shell gather- sored by the Episcopal ments fripperies spec-
describe how can,make and of the local Episcopal of Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach.
you ing, and, perhaps most impor- Churchwomen of the Church of ialty
use a plankton tow net,and how tant, escape from. the rapid The Annunciation on Nov. 16, Churchwomen. In addition Over guests of Mrs. Snyder's are
to observe these myriad crea- pace of your work-day worldto the wares will not be limitedto there will be useful items for' her ;nephew and niece, Mr. and 1
tures. Seeing is believing!II the leisurely rhythm of a those of grandmother's day. the home food for the table, Mrs. George Needles of Springfield, .
I The phytoplankton is composed small town. The background setting will plants for the garden, and Ohio.
mostly of one-celled e e e have the scent of pine and theseason's gifts for young and old. *
Mr. and Mrs. F r e d Williams of
called diatoms whichwe of colors has
1 plants A water
1 Anna Maria is a small island traditional colors of group
shall discuss at length lat facing along the Gulf of red, green and white. You will been made especially for the 74th Street have returned to the Island -
er. The zooplankton is composed Mexico, about seven miles west find the Vicar's homemade bazaar. In the varied collection after several months spent in
of newly hatched fish; of Bradenton. It's also at the bread, ginger and sugar cook- of items offered, one will Lorain, Ohio. A guest of Mr. and
the larval or immature northern end of a string of land ies, a cotton hooked rug, red find also annuals and potted, Mrs. Williams is their granddaughter \11'
' stages of crabs worms,Jelly- that extends for about 20 milesof felt pinafores for little girls. plants including a selectionof Mary McSherry of Avon Lake
! fish, beach fleas and many beachfront along the gulf. sachets, aprons sunbonnets, prize African violets; sweet Ohio, who is a student at Walker _
molluscs; one-celled animals At the southern end are smart miniature red and white rolls, pies cakes, cookies, Junior High School.LAYZLIVN t..
called protozoans; the eggs of resorts such as the Colony Christmas stockings, and six pickles, jelly and marmalade; f"
many organisms; and a hordeof Beach at Longboat Key and lovely old glass goblets--all of many recently publishedbooks; MOTEL Mr. and
tiny crustaceans related to the glittering motel-hotel row which give license to invite the calypso hats; ceramics hand- Mrs. J. H. Smelt of Medford, N. i
the crab and lobster. We shall on here Sarasota's at the Lido northern Key. end But, public to share the nostalgialy made by experts; a White Elephant Y. ..Howard Jackson of Islamorada ;
up
discuss many of these groups nudging the edges of Tampa department (a small ...R. P. Clack of Arcadia. .,
later also. Bay, there is little glitter. or monthly rates, are quot- bazaar in itself), with every- *
The plankton is the pasturageof Prices, too, lack glitter. Ac- ed in several of the motels and thing from ten cent jewelry Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clingan, who
the Sea. It is the base of the cording to Mrs. Gertrude Blas- cottage colonies in the area. good used pots and pans, to a have been visiting the Island for ten
food chain. A good.example Is singame, a leading real estate e picture handpainted on porce- years, moved here recently from
found in N. J. Berrill's YOU broker in Anna Maria, there Of' course, this means light lain.A Detroit to make their permanent
f AND THE UNIVERSE: "A are plenty of comfortable cot- housekeeping. If you don't special prize at the bazaar home at 512 56th Street, Holmes
humpback whale which is far tages on or right next to the mind this, you can get all the will be an impressive Nativity Beach.
I from being the largest of its gulf for $250 a month during necessities and conveniences at scene, with 17 handmade cer-
kind needs a ton of herring in February and March. Remem a good shopping area right on amic figures of the Holy Fam- Welsch. The place--the Par-
its stomach to feel comfort- ber, these are the top monthsof the' island. For the 'amenities, ily and animals. ish House, Church of The. .
ably full--as many as five the year; if you schedule don't forget you're only a few Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell is Annunciation, 4406 Gulf Drive, Ii j
I thousand individual fish. Each your vacation in the earlier miles from the dining.places chairman of the Nov. 16 event, Holmes Beach, and the hours '
herring in turn,may well have winter months or in e.arly and downtown shops of Brad- assisted by Mrs. George Ath- will be from 11 a.m. until 4
4 six or seven thousand small spring, prices are substantiallylower. enton or Sarasota. orne and Mrs. Francis p.m.
l'crustaceans in its own stomach Anna Maria is by no meansan
each of which contains as Moreover, she says, if you exception to the Florida
many as one hundred and thirty have the time to rent by the rule in its price structures. We Deliver & Plant
t thousand diatoms. In other season, you can get a good Rather, it is typical of a grow-
vacation cottage for six months ing number of quiet and inter-
four hundred billion -
words yellow-green some diatoms for $600. The same seasonal esting communities off the beat. SHRUBS AND PALMS
rates, far lower than the week- en track.
whale .
sustain a medium sized
for a few hours at the most."
Plankton is the very basis of OPENING SOON '" GROWING.
our vast fish industry.Shrimp ISLAND
feed directly on the plankton.It .
is the sole food of oysters Esthel's Sandwich Shop hAL PHELPS NURSERY J*
and clams. The whaling indus-

try depends on it. The fish you 9903 GULF DRIVE, ANNA MARIA 309 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1501 '
catch from the bridge from.
F the deck of a charter boat, or NEXT TO SPARKY THE BARBER

from one of our fishing piers,
THE SIGN OF
would not exist except for an
abundance of plankton. HAVE YOU TRIED THE BEST IN .

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1 Thursday, November 1. 1962 TilE ISLANDER Pane s
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New Library Hours At
Island Bowling League Cadet Robert Johnston
Bradenton Beach PromotedCadet

Starting November 5, the Robert W. Johnston: ,
A Bradenton Beach Library will son of Mr.and Mrs.Gordon W.
resume Its winter schedule.It Johnston of Holmes Beach,has
will be open Monday through been appointed to the positionof
t ) ., .t r Friday from 10 a.m.!until noon Cadet Petty Officer by the
and from 1 to 5 p.ip., and on Superintendent of the United
:':.., from 10 until
\ ., Saturday, a.m.. States MelvchantMarineAcad-

\ I Il' .. noon. emy, Kings Point, Long Island,
''''' .4 The volunteer librarians at N. Y. On recommendation of
'; Bradenton Beach have reported the Command Board at the
First place Tropical Vista t % the addition of several new Academy, he was appointed to

maintained a fast pace in Island
I Bowling League, action :: ; p P# VanOstenbrid e C. P.-B. cer, Third Class. This com-
, J Friday evening by sweeping all Pete Reynard s Island Mara mission indicates that Cadet
t
four points in its match with < Econowash Schuchard. Johnston has demonstrated

VanOstenbridge Builders. Top ,. Bayou Marina A. M. Elec. exceptional ability and overall
individual scores were: Bob e aptitude in both studies and

Guild 209 and Tom Edwards, TOP TEN AVERAGESBob leadership at the Academy.
578, for the winners; and Dan Guild 181 Upon graduation from the

Knauf, 190-482 for the losers. DICK WAGNER REALTY team In the Island Bowling League. Art Schumaker 180 Academy in July, 1963, Cadet
Other team and high indivi- Left to right are: Art King, Bud Hottman,Dick Connick, Dick Clyde Harman 179 Johnston will receive a licenseas
dual scores were: Schuchard Wagner and Don Mellin. (Islander Photo) Tom Edwards 175 Third Mate in the Mer-
Plumbing 4, City Pier-Beach Kayo Keding 174 chant Marine, a Bachelor of
TOP TEN GAMES SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES
comber 0. (Steve Alex, 209,
Lefty Miller 174 Science Degree, and a com-
Clyde Harman,606; Lefty Miller Lefty Miller 234 Roger Haynes 242 Frank Davidson 171 mission as Ensign in the United -
Bob Guild 209 Kayo Keding 234
234-562)).
George Dykstra 170 States Naval Reserve.As .
Steve Alex 209 Lefty Miller 234
Bayou Marina 4, Dick Wag-
169 a Officer
Roger Haynes Petty 3rd/C,
Tom Edwards 208 Bud Hottman 233
ner Realty 0. (Ed Haverkos,
Cliff Weston 168 his new duties during his final
181, George Wagner, 454; Don Chick Chapman 206 Wally Warner 233 year in the Cadet Corps will
Mellin 165 GeorgeThibodeau, Ralph Kleinbeck 205 Kayo Keding 226
,
consist of
Notable this week are the top maintaining an accurate -
226
Clyde Harman 204 Clyde Harman
465)
ten games, all but one of whichis check at all Company
4 Clyde Harman 202 George Thibodeau 225
THE ISLANDER Gray's
200 and the low formations and to
or over, onea superviseroom
Clyde Harman 200 George Dykstra 220
Econowash 0. (Cliff Weston,
fat 198. Also, the second inspections.
188-522; Wally Gray, 153,Vic Ray Schuchard 198
600 plus series turned in this
Bob 231
Whipple
.
Reinel 403)
L season by Clyde Harman, a
i Anna Maria Electric 3, Island TOP TEN SERIES Kayo Keding 226
Marine Supply 1. (Ralph Clyde Harman 606 Clyde Harman 226 very nice 606. DIRECTLY ON THE
After the in
watching teams
Kleinbeck, 205, Jack Ehren- Tom Edwards 578 George Thibodeau 225 GULF BEACHTHE
action two evenings, we feel it
zeller 487 Rasmussen Bob Guild 563 George Dykstra 220
; Andy ALL-MODERN
certainly is in order to nomi-
Roger Haynes 556 *
190-512)
Bay Area Insurance 2, Pete Chick Chapman 551 SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES nate the members of our own Gulf ParkFOR
ISLANDER "moststreamlined"
team as the
Art Schumaker 548
f Reynard's Restaurant 2. Frank Davidson 641
(Mace Hinkle, 193-508, Dave Ray Schuchard 536 Clyde Harman 615 aggregation in MOBILE HOMES
Boozer, 508; Frank Mokry, Cliff Weston 522 Clyde Harman 606 the league. Kayo Keding, at Private Beach
about 155 is of the heav-
,I Frank Davidson 513 Bud Hottman 598 one 9 Boat BasinAccommodations
512).
+ 191, Harvey Meyer, )
Andy Rasmussen 512 Bob Whipple 598 iest, followed down the line by 0 for
Pat Cliff Weston Trailers up to 55'
Flanagan, ,
LEAGUE STANDINGS Harvey Meyer 512 Art Schumaker 596
Ken Fellows and Earl Mowry.It Recreation HallShuf1ltboardCocktail
23 Roger Haynes 588
Vista
Tropical Bar
would take any three of them
Schuchard Plumbing 19.5 FIVE LOW GAMES Lefty Miller 582 together to cast ONE shadow. BRADENTON BEACH
Anna Maria Electric 19.5 Frank Beard 105 Art Schumaker 582 .
Bay Area Insurance 19 Ed Haverkos 108 Kayo Keding 580
THE ISLANDER 18 Ernie Bradow 111 /fM \ FOODLINER'I.i&V

VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 17.5 Dick Wagner 111 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Bayou Marina 17 Charles Pike 114 ISLANDER Tropical Vista
Pete Reynard's Rest. 12.5 e Bay Area Ins. Dick Wagner Quality & Variety

Gray's! Econowash 12
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Pier-B'comber 12
City LOVELY VIEW OF THE BAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL IGA TABLERITE Choice Heavy Western Beef Chuck Roast-Lb..59
Dick Wagner Realty 11 (Now Under New Management) IGA TABLERITE Choice Heavy Western Beef T-Bone Steak-Lb..98*

Island Marine .Supply. 11 At Entrance to Rod & R.el PI.r, and Featuring Air Conditioned IGA Tablerlte Choice Heavy Western Beef Sirloin Steak-Lb........98*

Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate to 6 persons. IGA Cream Style! or Whole Kernel Corn-Can............................14*
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REASONEH & AlfSONFLORIST BALLARD OR PILLSBURY BISCUITS-Each............................8*
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F j INFORMATION ABOUT CANDIDATES... (Continued from Pag.* 1) SAMPLE BALLOTInstructions I OL1OFFICIAL Cd EOFFICIAL


U. S. SENATE to Voters '
BALLOT D1.LLO i
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25IMMTNINUITAM November 6, 1962DEMOCRATIC November 6. 1962IEPUIUCAN
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DEM REPI
CONGRESSIONALFor n.nee
United States Senator RUPERT
(Vote for One) 0 o

DEM REPROGfIS .
For Representative In Congress, Seventh Congressional Dirt, Jam**A.HAUT J

Vote for One) o

DEM UPH.
STATEFor Jerry W.CAlTtt. I. (1.ld
Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner FOSTER J
Or** Ne. 2 @\
I:Y SEN. GEORGE A. SMATHERS EMERSON RUPERT (Vote for One)

DIM REPSmyth
I Senator George A. Smathers Emerson H. Rupert (Repub- LEGISLATIVE LI.H. D.
; For State Senator 36th Senatorial District PRIZE' 1R. 1R0fWD J
(Democrat) of Miami, is seek- lican) of St. Petersburg, is (Vote for One) o
, ing re-election to a third term. seeking election to his first

He has served in the Senate public office by opposing Sena- For Member of the State House of RepresentatiresMMttee WiltKirBOTD DIM .M.(Wall,)UPWIIac.
since 1950, when he beat Sen- tor George Smathers for a six Ceuftty GtMtt Ne. 1 J. WWEI J
Claude in in the U. Senate.He (Vote for One)
ate veteran Pepper year term S. .
the Democratic Primary.In is a vice president of the DIM UP
For Member of the State House of RepresentativesMiMtee Robert E.UOWLES. C.
1960, he was Florida's St. Petersburg RepublicanClub Cewnty Grvp No. 2 J DRichardWIGJ J
, "favorite son" candidate for and operates the family- (Vote for One)
.t, the Democratic nomination for owned Fairfax Hotel in St. Pet-
DIM
president and received the ersburg.He COUNTYFor Dan P.pfcdUK. Carl A. UP I
Member Board of County Commissioners
vote of the state delegation at was an unsuccessful can- District No. 2 I fIfICH J
the national convention in Los didate for the Republican nom- Vote for One)

Angeles. He carries the personal ination for governor in 1960. DIM UP
For Member Board of County CommissionersDistrict RalphS.0AM. w.D.
endorsement of Presi- During World War II, he ser- No. 4 JR. J R111t"QYRD
I dent Kennedy. ved in the Armed Forces as (Vote for One) o

Before entering the Senate, chief of the Industrial News DIM UPClirti.
he served two terms in Congress Office and as economic editorin For Member Board of Public Instruction Mrs.J. P. e J.HUGHU.
District No. 1
I from 1946 to 1950. the Army Service Forces.He Vote for One) HARLLEE Jr. I (QUP \
: He serves as the Majority also lists a special assignment -

Whip, and as such, is a mem- in Military Intelli- For Member, Board of Public Instruction Mary L DIM Heard EGRAIIGE
ber of the leadership group gence during World War II. Dlrfrirt No. 3 MUtYK J
0
(Vot. for One)
t which confers weekly with the Since the War, Rupert has I

president on Congressional been employed the greater DEM UPJIM"
Board of Public Instruction Watts W.COUXCIL. C.
I For Member
I, business. part of the time as an Indus- District No. 5 J FOILS IR
Senator Smathers was bornin trial engineer and manage- Vote for One) (

Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. ment consultant, except for

14, 1913. His family movedto two years during which he was .. I I
Miami when he was six, and in the office of the Secretary of
DRY CLEANINGBY
he attended public schools in Defense.He .

Dade County. He received his was born in Pittsburgh,

BA and LLB degrees from the Pa. in 1915, graduated from JACK'SOf .
University of Florida, and was Penn State University, Uni- S
admitted to the Florida Bar in versity of Pittsburgh and Am- Bradenton

1938. erican University.He .
He served with the Marine has made his home in

Corps for three years during Florida for several years, is DROP OFF fem..;.
World War II. He is married married to the former Miss

i and has two sons. Eleanor Graybill, has 3 sons.

_ (Continued on Page 7)VOTE & PICK UP

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JURY CARTER has been a most loyal
and faithful public servant to you .
MRS. J. P. HARLLEE JR.
-4 the residents of Florida and deserves W"

your continued vote and support. '<::::Wtr
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE Agents Regardless of whether you vote as a >tJM \
Democrat or Republican You can
Pine & Gulf Dr. vote and keep Jerry Carter your Commissioner of Florida Railroad and

FOR DISTRICT 1 1 SEAT Public Utilities.
ANNA MARIA JERRY CARTER has the experience as your Commissioner in dealing with
the intricacies of transportation and utility rate regulations plus his
ON THE MANATEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD solid background and knowledge of the astute handling of commission
778-1388 business.
I AM:

JERRY CARTER has saved Florida Residents

A UNIVERSITY GRADUATEA MANATEE
nearly $ 2OOOOOOOO.ON .

FORMER LIBRARIAN AND TEACHERA FEDERALSAVINGS ELECTRICITY, GAS and PHONE BILLS.

& LOAN
MEMBER OF THE MANATEE JUNIOR COLLEGE JERRY CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD

ADVISORY BOARD ASSOCIATIONAsk TALLAHASSEE AREA Jerry Carter was directly responsible for refundsto
the customers of Southeastern Telephone Company in North Central I
and Northwest Florida of nearly $1 I million.
A DIRECTOR OF THE BANK OF PALMETTOA
Four rate reductions on Florida Power
Us AboutTRANSFER SOUTH FLORIDA ((4)) separate
and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in 1957 reducing
electric light rates $4,725,000 annually. Another $200,000 in '60, an.
MEMBER OF THE STATE CHILDREN'SCOMMISSION other 6'A' million in 1960 and another for $2 million. Total nearly $15

Of FUNDSBRING million in this vast area alone.

PENSACOLA The Commission ordered rate reductions of $257.501
YOUR PASSBOOK annually went into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.) ,
A YOUTH WORKER IN COMMUNITY AND CHURCHA
WEWILL GLADLY HANDLE JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted to $105,727 (JacksonvilleGas
Co.)

PARENT ALL DETAILSAT MADISON Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the
phone company serving Madison into a public hearing on rates and an"
v. NO LOSS TO YOU inadequate and Inefficient service. Charges were cut ONE HALFi This
A TAXPAYER .- t'.. *" -'.: "> <' ,. \" action spurred other phone companies in the state to install more
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? .=. 2 '*' -:'_.;: ,.1'."" ;: i' modem and efficient equipment under the supervision and through

....,<.- the cooperation of your Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis
sion.

I WILL WORK FOR: t *' 7t ALL FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas have gone into .ff.ct aO t
-:' ,.: over the state by order of the Commission. Jerry Carter's first act was
to urg., Investigation and it resulted in the first statewide 10 percent
QUALITY EDUCATION '-, :/ .' .:: A a\ reduction of exchange phon. charges; and abolished a SOS per month ,
charge for desk and hand phones. j

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SENATOR ED. H. PRICE JR. SMYTH D. BROHARD MRS. J. P. HARLLEE JR.
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JAMES HALEY F. ONELL ROGELLS of Brohard---of Mrs. J. P. Harllee Jr. is the
Senator Ed H. Price Jr. Smyth D. Mayor !
F. Onell is the Re- ]Bradenton is the Democratic Venice, is the Republican can- Democratic nominee to the
Democrat James A.
I Haley,a Rogells District 1 seat on the Manatee
10-year veteran of the U. S. publican nominee for U. S. \candidate for a second four- didate for State Senator from County School Board.
in the State Senate the 36th District. He
term was a
; \year
from the 7th
House of Representatives, Is Representative from Mrs. Harllee, 51, lives in
36th councilman for 13
j the three-county city
senaj years
seeking re-election from the District. He was a state Palmetto, and is a partner in
| 7th District. tor from the 36th District !senatorial district. Born in before being elected mayor in Harllee Farms. She is a former '
t Haley, 63,was born in Annis- from 1950-1954 as a Demo- Jacksonville, and educated at 1959. He owns and operates teacher and still holds a
]the University of Florida,Sen- restaurants in Venice, Sara-
Ala. and lives Sar- He became
ton, now in crat. a Republican teaching certificate. She alsois
1 ;ator Price, 36, is executive sota and Ft. Myers.
attended the
asota. He Univer- in 1955. j a member of the advisory
sity of Alabama and is a World Born in Palmetto, Rogells, ]vice president of Tropicana Brohard is 54, and was a high board of Manatee Junior Col-
Products, Inc.He served in the school teacher principal in
War I veteran. Formerlypre- 43, received his business administratIon lege. A native of Mississippi,
Army Air Corps during World Colton, Ohio, and operated a
.f i I sident of Ringling Bros. andt and law degrees ; she has lived in the County
War II. In his first term in the St. Petersburg restaurant before -
Barnum and Bailey Circus,he from the University of Miami. since 1931.
J was elected to two terms in the He has a law office in Bradenton. '(Senate, he won the Allen Mor-" moving to Sarasota County ?
Florida Legislature before his ris Award as "outstanding. in 1941. t11L

4 election to Congress. He is a Palmetto resident, a STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 1
) He is top-ranking member bachelor, former director of --- ,
(j of the House Interior and Insular the Sarasota Junior Chamberof t
,. Affairs Committee, and Commerce and a former I
< a chairman of a major subcommittee ex-officio member of Saraso- !
t of each. ta's senior chamber. -'rr-
"I believe my thorough Rogells says his "grass
knowledge of district and state roots, legal, educational and
I problems, acquired as a member senatorial background will enable -
t of the legislature and in me to get so close to the
long business and civic activi- people at every economic levelas
t, ty, coupled with the knowledge to be able to carry out my
of national problems gained in fight for states rights,constit-
; nine years in Congress, will utional government, preserv-
make me an Increasingly effective ing our free enterprise system --
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representative, he and to fight against govern- CURTIS J. HUGHES

says. mental bureaucracy." Curtis J. Hughes, 59, is the
1 I Republican opposing Mrs.
1 SCHOOL BOARD, DIst. -- -- -
3'w WILBUR H. BOYD WALLACE M. WARNER Harllee. Born in Kentucky, he
spent many years in the life
Wilbur H. Boyd, Democrat, Wallace M. Warner, 43, is a Insurance business. He has '
is running for a third term as Republican and has been a res- lived in Manatee County for 12
Manatee County state repres- ident of Anna Maria for more years, and is a rancher.He I
entative from Group 1. He is than two years. For 14 years says he is determined to I j
35, a native of Terra Ceia, and he owned and operated a hard- see that children get the best
attended Palmetto schools and ware store in Woodbury, N.J. possible education in the most
Stetson University. A former He now sells mutual fund economical way.
Palmetto city councilman, he stocks. He ran unsuccessfullyfor He has had other business
is a successful insurance man. mayor of Anna Maria Cityin experience as a successful developer -
In the 1961 legislature,he was February. A veteran of the and builder.
chairman of the House Rules Marine Corps in World War II,
"' and Calendar Committee. he is married, has 2 children. (Continued on. Page 10)) II

.I. MARY E. MULVEE HOWARD E. GRAINGE

Mrs. Mary Mulvee,the inHoward E. Grainge, Repub- YOU NEED.
cumbent, is a Democrat,and is lican, is opposing Mrs. Mul- ... .
seeking re-election to a four vee. Now 63, and retired, he A REPRESENTATIVE IN THE '
year term on the County School formerly held several public
Board, of which she is viceoffices in North Tonawanda, FLORIDA LEGISLATURE :
chairman. N. Y. Also, before his retire-
Born in Iowa, Mrs. Mulvee ment, was a deputy commissioner BEST QUALIFIEDBY A i
has lived in the County for 40 of the New York State \
years. She always has been Liquor Authority. Has served EXPERIENCE SERVICE. PERFORMANCE
active in community affairs. in the U. S. Marines.

TO REPRESENT YOU


Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. BOB KNOWLESCIVIC

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
AND COMMUNITY RECORD Director, Bradenton Kiwanis Club, Bradenton and Manatee
// Established 1908A County Chambers of Commerce, Happiness House, Manatee County Fair Association, Committee of
100.Past President of Bradenton Junior Chamber of Commerce; Past Member of Christ Episcopal '
Phone Call Will Bring a Representative Church Vestry; President of Manatee Players; Chairman of 1963 American Legion Americanism I'
Oratorical Contest; Recipient of 1962 Junior Chamber of Commerce Good Government Award.
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422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 LEGISLATIVE RECORD-ON EDUCATION: Helped preserve Kindergarten System in
BR DENTON Manatee County Schools, which few counties have. Voted to maintain Minimum :
Foundation Program, for better teachers' salaries,and higher standards of educa-
tion for the State. Helped obtain release of funds for new construction now under
way at Manatee Junior College. Voted for high school course, "Democracy versus

I ANTICIPATED COMPOUNDED Communism.ON TAXES:'Voted" to hold line on all taxes at 1961 Session. On Welfare Committee
41/4% ANNUAL which introduced suitable Home Amendment to Aid Dependent Children Law, result-
; DIVIDEND QUARTERLY ing in savings of. millions of dollars to Florida Taxpayers. Voted for Green Belt
Law, giving Farmers fair and equitable Tax treatment. Supported Amendment to
reduce Intangible Tax. On Interim Legislative Committee which recommended pas-
Why permit your money to cam less when safetyis sage of Estreatment Bill, benefiting the State by millions of dollars from old and
just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or dormant bank accounts.

investing? Consider GENERAL Associate Member of Interim Committee for Safety Legislation. Voted
SAFETY (of your fundi) for Control of Obscene Literature Bill.Voted for complete revision of State Insur-
t AVAILAIILITY. ance Code. Member of Citrus Committee, which achieved passage of sweeping
SERVICE amendments to Citrus Code. Voted for every constructive Bill which came before
House affecting roads, mental health,education public health agriculture industryand
RETURN finance.
SM PALMETTO FEDERAL for ell of 'h,.. features. All accents arcimartd
.p to $10,000 by an imtnim.ntolity of the Federal Govtrnnitftt -RE.ELECT-

c PALMETTO FEDERAL

1i SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ROBERT E. KNOWLESd

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Woman's Club MeetingThe Mrs. Alice BrothwellMrs. .' ""! t l' """ :
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next meeting of the Anna '. '.. 2 '. ." ;. '
Alice G. Brothwell, 81, > o Maria Island Woman's Club is :
died Thursday, October 25, at
scheduled for
Wednes-
2p.m., the home of her daughter,Mrs.F. .
day, Nov. 7, at the Anna Maria M J }
Community Hall. P. Stanley of 77th Street, L :L4 & \#
Holmes Beach. She had movedto
Mrs. Raymond Littell and a
Manatee County from Tor-
of women from the Bra-
group
rington, Conn six years ago,
Woman's ,
denton Club will
pre- 4
and made her home at Trailer
sent a humorous skit which
Estates.
promises to be very amusing.
Mrs. Brothwell was a mem-
Refreshments will be servedat
n ber of the First Church of
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the close of the .
meeting.Tea ..,
# Christ, Scientist, of Torring-
hostesses will be Mrs.

Charles Snyder and Mrs. F. ton.Other survivorsbesides Mrs.
Lee Thomas.
Five delegates and alter- Stanley are: two daughters,
nates represented the Anna Mrs. David Horsburgh of Sar- s
Maria Island Woman's Club at asota and Mrs. Clark Gangellof

the District 14 meeting of the Torrington, and three sons,.
Florida Federation of Wornen' Sharon Lou Schadt Joseph Brothwell and Earl
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{ Brothwell of Torrington, and
s Clubs at Redington Beach
William Brothwell of Sharon,
. Tuesday. They were: Mrs. Ira
Mishler, Mrs. Kenneth Tout, Sharon Schadt EngagedMr. Mass. 1
Mrs. Richard Hunt, Mrs. Alfred Funeral services were held
t and Mrs. Kenneth Schadtof Friday at Shannon's Whitfield
and
Birkman Mrs.
216 Lake View Drive, Anna Chapel, with Anselm Frankel,
Charles Snyder.
: Maria, announce the engage- Christian Science reader,
k Roser Church Cookout ment of their daughter,Sharon conducting. Burial was to be in
Lou, to Alan Eaton Flitcraft, Torrington.
! A cookout has been planned son of Mrs. Stanley G. Flit-
I ; for members of Roser Memorial craft and the late Mr. Flit-

Community Church. It craft, of 2220 18th Avenue Lutheran WomenThe

Jl will be held at the beach at the West, Bradenton. monthly meetings of the
end of Magnolia Avenue at Miss Schadt is a 1960 grad- Lutheran Church Women of
l 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, if the uate of Janesville Senior High Gloria Dei Evangelical Luth-

G weather permits. School, Janesville, Wis., and eran Church will be held Thur-

, I Each family is asked to take received her Associate in Arts sday, Nov.. 1. The .morning .. ..
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a salad or dessert and enough degree from Manatee Junior circle will meet at 10 a.m. at I

hamburger and rolls for its College in June. While in college the home of Mrs. Edgar Huth CANALFRONT HOME on Bayview Place, Anna Maria, 4
t; members, plus table service. she was a member of the of 101 67th Street, Holmes recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Taylor of Mary-
Cold drinks will be sold and Civinettes and Sophomore Ed- Beach; the afternoon circle at land from Mrs. Ray O. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor planto
t I each family will cook its own itor of.the yearbook.She is now the home of Mrs. Aaron Van- make their permanent home here. The sale was handledby
hamburgers on the charcoal employed by Manatee Travel Ostenbridge Sr. of 520 58th Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty, Anna Maria. (Islander
fires which will be available. Associates of Bradenton.Mr. Street, Holmes Beach, at 1 Photo)

i. Following the cookout there Flitcraft graduated from p.m., and the evening circle at NEW HOME on 71st Street, Holmes Beach, purchased by
will be a campfire program of Manatee High School in 1960, 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick of Wyoming, Pa. from
1 community singing, plus some where he was a member of the Arnold Bodhaine of Cortez.Be Peder Mickelsen & Son, Inc. The home was designed and
r interesting stories about Island basketball and baseball teams. built by Wm. B. Lee Co. (Islander Photo)
well informed Read The
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r experiences and a closing He now attends Manatee Jun-
Vesper service. ,ior College and is a member Islander.

LEGAL NOTICE of the Civitan Club. He playedon
NOTICE the 1961 Lancer Baseball t
Alter this date w. are not responsible
for any bills oth.r than those contracted Team, being selected Honor- LET'S KEEP
by our..l.... able Mention All American. He
1 JEANETTE FRANK COPPOTELUI COPPOTELLJ currently is a pitcher with the

311 Church Street Los Angeles Angels' system. MANATEECOUNTY
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Wetprool, 3,*. ibis Spumtu turned "' $43sor a
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ik MPRNI Rsao Io0'e. 2 for .85 We GLYCERIN SUFfGSI- .
1.25 mYfcWLSIONchlMna's TORIES Adult.Infant ':_ for .54 ,

1 4 liquid nraltlTBc 2 for t.26 1.19 14." .SACCHARIN 1.000'*._ TABLETS Z for 1.ZU I 1NJdtt STATE SENATOR
NBJBVW ALCOHOL 1.19 VITAMIN C
RoxalLPtnt 2 for JOlUttll Rmll. 100 mt. 100's._2 for 1.21 'f _-f
$3c MILK Qf MA&ESSIA 1.04 MOtUCET APC M EXPERIENCED LEGISLATOR
lnormtat.uoz.2fftr M _2 for .
,p4 TABLETS for pain. 100s
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CREAM
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Null Lavender or Rudy Shm. 11 ox. PROVEN PERFORMANCEPrice

25c GIFT WRAP PAPER 4..ts.20*26". ..-.2 for .26

r Sic RMALL DEODORANT 24-Mut protection. .2 for .70

9k HAND LOTION can Nont. Fragrant crumy.t oz._2 for .99 '
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BRAEr S BABY Manatee County I IDon't .
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Sits hair right. keeps
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ISLAND PHARMACY, IHC '

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Open Bandar 1:30 0. 1. to 1KX) P'". "i, .
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:, CHURCHESHARVEY Robert R. Slater Epsilon Alpha n-: .

t' J MEMORIAL CHURCH Robert R. Slater, 62, of 502 A spaghetti dinner was
(Non.Denom I n atlona I) 75th Street, Holmes Beach, Joyed by members of
Bradanton Beach died at his residence Friday, Alpha Chapter, Beta
R.v. A,. W. Slmmi Phi recently at the
October 26. Born in Binghamton ,
SUNDAY: N. Y.,he moved to Holmes Mrs. Norma Torgeson
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. Beach from Syracuse, N. Y. pertree Lane. 4'
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. about two years ago. Guests of honor were ..;.",.'
,
He retired from International Mrs. James Clark. ,
BERNARD MISSIONs and their husbands .,
Harvester Co. as district
tt R.,. FroneU F. Wl.alll.r
s I manager in central New York were Mr. and Mrs.
t 1 SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m. State and northern Pennsylvania. Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. "
.
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m. Tripp, Dr. and Mrs. .4 -;., ,
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. He was a veteran of World Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. .. .
WEDNESDAYS War II, when he was discharged Brewer, Mrs. Fran : ,jV t-. .
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as a captain a member of Curtis Tripp. ..
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730 p.m. Rosary & Benediction.
the Allied Transportation Industries During last week's
Association of Syar- of the chapter at the
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
ft... L.. Ratlllf, Pastor cuse; Syracuse Chamber of Mrs. F. B. Shell, )
Commerce; an associate voted to send a needy
THURSDAY: member of the Society of Au- the Lay Diabetic
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams. tomotive Engineers,and past Camp, and to provide
SUNDAY: member of Rotary Internat- the camp.
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ional. Mrs. Norwood and
10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Survivors are his wife,Mrs. Brewer led the members
5:30 p.m. Cherub Choir. Mildred Slater of Holmes discussion of poise,
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. Beach, and a foster daughter, friendship.
MONDAY: Mrs. W. S. Butts Jr.,tempor- Meeting dates have been
7:30 p.m. Steering Comm. Mt. arily living in Japan.GriffithCline nged to the original
TUESDAY: Island Chapelis of the second and fourth NER

J R 4:30 p.m. Intermediate G.A. in charge of local arrange- day of the month. The
-I 7:00 p.m. Church Choir. ments. Services and intermentto meeting will be held at
WEDNESDAY: be in Ramsey, N. J. Torgeson's home on
I ber 13."The .
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7:30 p.m. Prayer & Church'I'

Business Meeting. Unitarian FellowshipAt Verdict"
Beginning Sunday, November 4,
'I' Baptist Worship Services will beHeld the meeting of the Mana- considered one of the
thought-provoking books
tee Unitarian Universalist
at Gulf Trailer Park, with
twentieth .
j Fellowship, to be held at 10:30 century.A
1 Worship Service at 9:30 a.m. class in religious
a.m. Sunday, November 4, at
and Sunday School at 10:40 a.m. the Palma Sola CommunityClub tion for adults will

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH Dr. Henry F.James will 10:30 service.
(Non.Denomlnatlonal) read "The Verdict," by Dr.
R.". Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor W. MacNeille Dixon, English 7le
scholar and Gifford lecturer.Dr. .
THURSDAY:
Dixon states the case in
FRIDAY 7:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. favor of immortality or a future ?ede'Ie'i ;a'
: life. His book, THE HU-
10:00 a.m. Circle 3 Meeting at
MAN SITUATION, in which
Home of Mrs. Donald Swartz.

4:00 p.m. Sr. Youth Fellowship BOB'S
BARBERSHOP
Leaves for Temple Terrace. COMPLETE
SUNDAY': OPEN EVERY WEEKDAY ANNUAL PLANTS--C. C.

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. EXCEPT WEDNESDAY T
98 PER
DOZEN
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. DURING NOVEMBER
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. CLIMATE CONDITIONED !!

t 5:00.p..m._Church Cook out, end. BAG SOIL MIX--$
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of Magnolia Avenue. PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES 1/3 COW MANURE
6:00 p.m. Camp Fire Program.
7:00 p.m. Intermediate & Sr. TELEVISION :4Iii.h"L
AIR-CONDITIONERS PHONE 7781298K
Youth Fellowships.
TUESDAY: Expert and Prompt Scrrira Block West of H. B. Post

7:30 p.m. Older Youth. 725 .14th St., Bradenton, 744-0351 I
WEDNESDAY:
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meet.

THURSDAY: (November 8) SWIMMING POOLS. .
I 10:00 a.m. Guild Executive Bd.

r GLORIA DEI I EVANGELICAL GENERAL MASONRY
LUTHERAN CHURCH
R.". Frank E. Lyorly Pastor "
SUNDAY: Complete Installations 1

8:30 a.m. Church School.
1 10:00 a.m. The Service.
f ,<> WILLIAM R. KERMODE .;
CHURCH OF THE AHHU'HCIATIOHEpiscopal
( ) ANNA MARIA 778-2557 ,
q Rey. Gerald K. Lew, Rector
THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
TWENTIETH SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY: Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes !

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
10:00 a.m. Family Eucharist and
24 H 0 U RAmbulance 1940
Sermon, Church School. /<
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INFORMATION ABOUT CANDIDATES... (Continued) from Page 7) COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Did. 4 Jr. Museum MeetingThe

STATE REPRESENTATIVE Gfw, 2 Junior Museum will have

""T its first meeting of the seasonat

10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at

the Ballard School, Bradenton.Two .

color films will be

t y 4 i Xtr shown: "A World Is Born,"

excerpted from Walt DIsney's

"Fantasia," and "Seminolesof

.7 the Everglades," showingthe

Indians' struggle for sur-
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.! vival in an extremely difficult
poet ? if a :
and dangerous environment.
. President Sherwin
Feingoldof

,. ,* i :: ilf Sarasota will speak brieflyon
; the purpose of the Junior
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ROBERT E. KNOWLES RICHARD C. DUNGAN Beach will describe the var-

State Representative Robert Richard C. Dungan, 32, is the Ralph S. Clark Jr., 42, is the D. Byrd, also engaged in ious activities available to the

E. Knowles of Bradenton, a Republican nominee to oppose Democratic nominee for Commissioner the real estate business, is members in the coming year.

Democrat, is seeking a third Knowles for the office of State from District 4. A the Republican nominee for the The Junior Museum is a voluntary -

term as legislator from Mana- Representative. A native of former commissioner for two District 4 County Commis- non-profit organization

tee County's Group 2. Ohio, he has lived in Manatee four-year terms, Clark won sioner. Born in North Carol- of people interested in

Knowles is 37, an attorney, County many years and graduated the primary by defeating incumbent ina, he attended schools in teaching various aspects of

and a graduate of Princeton from Manatee High School Elmer Bustle. He is a that state. His business back- science to interested young-

University and Stetson Law before attending Stetson Univ- graduate of Bradenton High ground is mainly in the field of sters.

School. He is a native of the ersity. Lives in Palmetto, is in School and is engaged in truck wholesale furniture. He is a Activities include Saturdayfield

County, and has always been the pump business, is marriedand farming and real estate sales.A veteran of World War I, and trips to fossil beds, lab-

extremely active in civic and has three children. Activein native of Connecticut, he came to the County three years oratories, or various natural

charitable organizations. civic organizations. moved here in 1926. ago from Detroit. areas; informal Saturday or
evening classes led by local

I COUNTY COMMISSIONER, Dlst. 2 SCHOOL BOARD, Dist. 5 experts, with opportunities to

< 1 -0x do experiments; and films and

r tists.lectures by well known scien-


Any youngster, grade school
through high school, who is

interested in any aspect of

science, will find his niche in

t*$ the program.

{ : The Nov. 3 meeting will be

registration day. At this time,

students may register for

weekly programs in electronics -

marine biology, natural

history, paleontology, and
'-- many other subjects.For .

DAN McCLURE CARL A. FRENCH WALTER COUNCIL JAMES C. FOKES the benefit of anyone unable

to attend the 10 a.m.
Dan McClure, 36, is the nom Carl A. French, 38, is the Democrat Walter Council, James C. Fokes, 34, of Bra- the identical pro-

inee for the Democrats for the Republican nominee for County 38, is the chairman of the Man- denton, is the Republican nom- gram, programwill
be repeated at 1 the
office of County Commissioner Commissioner in District 2. atee County School Board, and inee for the District 5 School p.m.
same day at the Sarasota Jun-
from District 2. A farmer, Born in Charleston, W.Va., he is seeking re-election to a Board seat. A native of Geor- ior High School Auditorium.

he raises citrus and cattle. A attended high school there, and third term on the board as the giahe has lived most of his

.' Navy veteran of World War II, attended West Virginia Univ- member from District 5. A life in Florida, and in the coun-

he graduated from Palmetto ersity. Was an Air Force lieu- Florida native, he is a graduate ty since 1959. A graduate of Island Star ClubA

High School and the Universityof tenant in World War II. Cameto of Palmetto High School, the University of Florida, he is meeting of ,the Anna Maria

Florida. Is an officer and a Bradenton in 1955, and now and is a sales representative.He a public accountant. He is a Island Star Club will be heldat

director of the county farm is a real estate broker. He is is a member of the Florida member of the American Institute the Annie Silver Community

bureau. Advocates economy in married and has two children. School Board Association, and of Certified Public Ac- Center at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday,

county government.NOTICE Active in the community. is a Navy veteran. countants. Nov. 6.


NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo

TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT 12904 LEGAL NOTICES and All All Creditors Persons, Legatees having Claims, Distributees or De- * * * *

Z-304 mends against the Estate of EDITH Uac-
Notice is hereby given that Wednesday. NEIL deceased
TOI WILLIAM DAVID CAUPI November 14. 1962 is th. last for
day You and each of )you are hereby notified -
Residence and Address Unknown filing petitions to hay. placed on the and r.quir.d to lile any'claims and
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Ballot the names of candidates for two demands, which )you or .ith.r of )you
suit for Dirorce has b>>*.n filed againstyou councilmen one each to serve Wards 2 may have against the estate of EDITH Keep Florida Strongwith
by BONNIE PETTETIER CAUPI and 4. The Municipal Election in the UacNEIL deceased lat. of Uanatee
in the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee City of Brad.nton Beach Florida will County, Florida with the Honorable
County, Florida in Chancery No. 12904 b. held Tuesday December 4, 1962. Robert A. Ricky, County Judge of Uanatee -
and you are required to file your Answer Sophia L. Carothers County, Florida at his office in the
to the Complaint for Divorce in said City Clerk Court House of said County, within six
cause in the office of the Clerk of said ((6) calendar months from the time of the
Court at the Court House in the City of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO first publication of this notice.Urs. .
Bradenton. Florida and to serve a copyon REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florence E. Morrow, as
AYES U. WALLACE. P. O. Box Tb.undersigned do hereby certify that Executrix: of the Estate of
1889 (420 12th Street West). Bradenton
they are conducting a restaurant business EDITH UacNEIL. Deceased
Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff on or before under the fictitious name of ESTHEL'S Robert H.'Schultz
the 30th day of November A. D. SANDWICH CENTER at 9903 Gull Dri... SCHULTZ AND CLEARY c)
1962 .1. a Decree pro Confuse will Anna Maria Florida and that said firm Attorneys for Executrix
be entered against you and the Plaintiff is composed of the following persons 417 12.th Street WeatBrad.nton.
allowed to proceed: part. whose and
names places of residence Florida
WITNESS my hand and seal at Braden are as follows Esthel D. Suarez and 10-18 25; 11-1 a, '62
ton, Manatee County, Florida. this 26th Adolfo A. Suarex 125 49th Street Holmes
day of October A. D. 1962. Beach, Florida. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
II. T. UcINNIS. Ownership of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH All Creditors. Legatees, Dia tribut...
Clerk of Circuit Court CENTER is as followst Esthel D. Suore and All Persons baring Claims or Demands -
Byt Nolle D. Uulock -50%; Adolf A. Suarox-50%. against the Estate of SHIRLEY
Deputy Clerk It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof U. LINTON d.c.as.dtYou '
the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee and each of you are hereby noU-
JAMES U. WALLACE tied and r.quir.d to file claims and
County, Florida to register the said any
for plaintiff
Attorney name of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER demands, which )you or either of )you
420 12th str..t West
under the provisions of Chapter 865.09, may hare against the estate of SHIRLEY
Bradenton, Florida '
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. U. LINTON deceased, late of Yanat..
111. 6. IS. 22. 62
County, Florida with the Honorable
Witness our hands this 29th day of
October 1962. Robert A. Rickey, County Judg. of Uan
Esthel D. Suarex atee County, Florida. at his office in
INVITATION TO BID Adolfo A. SuarezOwn.r. the Court House of said County, within
CITY OF ANNA MARIA six: ((6)) calendar months from the time of r. }
MANATEE COUNTY n-l. 8. 15. 22. '62 the jirst publication of this notice.C. .
U. LINTON as
FLORIDA Administrator of the Estate of
Since th. specifications for all of th. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SHIRLEY U. LINTON Deceased
contemplated street paving pr.viouslyadv.rtis.d REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE SCHULTZ AND CLEARYAttome
cannot be completed in the
Tb. undersigned do hereby>> certify that ). for Administrator
immediate future is
invitation extended
an -
they are conducting an apartment rental 417 12th Street WeatBrad.ntoD.
to all qualified contractors to submit
business under the fictitious name of Florida
a separate bid on approximately: 4,422 HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS at 4507- 10-11. 16, 25, 11.162
lineal .
of
feet paving on Grouper Street.Specifications
4509 Gulf Drive Holmes
Beach Florida
for this work are completeand
and that said firm is composed of the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
may be obtained at the City Office
following persons whose names and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAUE
from
or the County Engineer's office.
places of residence are as followst The undersigned does hereby
The paving on Grouper Street is to be certify
Edward Geyer that she is
2q( .feet wide and is to conform to specifications conducting a Television Sales
for Standard Streets as per Patricia A. Geyer and Service Business at 105A BridgeStreet
.Ordinance 240.Thiswork 2716 Av.nu. C Bradenton Bach Florida under
consists of grading, base Holmes Beach FloridaOwn.rshipof fictitious name of RUSS'S TV SHOP, (
HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS and that said firm is composed of the
'coura., paving and grassing the street.
is follows Edward J
as Ce"erSO" -
following person whose name and place
The lineal footage listed is approximate -. Patricia A. Geyer-50%. of residence
are as follows Uelva .
L.Moor.
and final payment will be based on act- GEORGE SMATHERS
It is our intention to apply to the Clerk ., 105A Bridge Street, Bradenton
ual work performed. Certified check in
of the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee Beach. Florida.It .
the amount of 1.000 or 5% bid bond
must bid. County, Florida, to register the said is my intention to apply to the Clerkof
accompany name of HARBOR LANE APARTMENTSunder the Circuit Court in and for Uanatee
Sealed bids>> will be received at the of- U.S. SENATOR
the of
provisions Chapter 865.09 County, Florida to register the said t
ice of the City Commission Anna Maria
of of
Laws Florida Acts 1959.
of
name RUSS'S TV SHOP under the
Florida, until 12 noon, Monday, November -
Witness our hands this 16th day of Oct-
provisions of
Chapt.r 20953 Laws of VOTE NOVEMBER 6thpd.
S.1962. The work must be completed
ober. 1"2.. Florida Acts of 1941.
within 60 calendar days following award Edward
Geyer Witness my hand this 26th Day of October -
of contract. The City Commission of the Patricia A. Geyer
City of Anna Maria reserves the right to 2716 Avenue C >> 1962. .pol.adarm .
r.J.ct any or all bids.Frances. UELVA L. MOORE "
Holmes Florida
r V. Mason 'Bach 105A Bridge Street * *
11-1 ". 62
City Clerk., 10-18.25; Bradenton Beach, Florida



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Thursday_November I, 1962 THE ISLANDER rage 11


I I ISLAND 1 REAL ESTATE



BUILDER OF HOMES IF YOU ARE BUYINGOBSELLING BAY FRONTSMALL
Houses suitable for Island climate
and conditions. lUmodtlliig: Repaint ISLAND REALTYGEORGE
A.ldltlon. Trustworthy tfti- I HQ'USE-.LARGE vIEw--L A R G E DOCK..
, mates pinn.NORMAN E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKER
LARGE LOT WITH LARGE VARIETY OF BEARING
; ROSEDALE, Anna Maria BOX 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444
Off. 778-1410 Home 771-2591 TROPICAL FRUIT TREES.PRESENT OWNER WILL

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC SELL FOR $5,000 LESS THAN ,HIS ACTUAL COSTI!
UCWMW F/tccricai Contractors Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersROY

+\ Saappor cad tint Streets JOHN B. PROTHERO

Electric Wiring FixturesL ", -". -:.-"-: ', '-"":f ?> Reel Estate Soles & Rentals
(ROY) FERGUSON s'--
116 8ht STREET lEACH
TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES
-
: Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 PHILLIPS

THE WATE JSOFTENING COMPANY58th CLOSE TO GULF

WE RENT Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778.1486 TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED. HOME WITH

SCREENED PORCH. NICE CORNER LOT.
FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS NOW HEAR THIS!

PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING .$14,5OOBAYFRONTBRADENTON..............
COTS AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD LAND BUY-
BEACHTWO
HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS CLOSE TO GULF: 157 x 200-ONLY $10,000
. LINENS BLANKETS BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME WITH DETACHED -
. THE EQUIVALENT OF 4-75 Ft. Lots at $2,500 ea. DOUBLE GARAGE. PRIVATE DOCK.
!
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE SUBMERGED LAND AVAILABLE TO BULKHEAD
ZONED FOR DUPLEXES.
LINE.
HOLMES BEACH 778-1472 $14OOORUTH

Blassin Realtor ..............
Gertrude game,
BeachBendix Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778.2156 Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 7781159SEASIDE

Anna Maria, Florida 1
ai

Laundry Jack's Bargain BoardTWO

&

BEDROOM home just a step from the Gulf.
Dry Cleaners Convenient to Shopping. Has full garage and glassedSun GARDENS |
Porch. COMPLETELY FURNISHED. Immediate
Possession. REDUCED TO $9,500.
.
: .. smart and modern
: MODERN AND
BRAND NEW Two Bedroom Home.
ATTRACTIVE in every way. Fully air conditionedwith TOWN HOUSESby
central heating. Conveniently located for beach,
bus and shopping. Just $12,500, with SMALL down
payment.Mortgage maybe assumed.No closing costs. JACK HOLMES

LOT SPECIAL: Two lots in Holmes Beach. Close to of holmes beach
t 778.2295 J. beachWest of Highway. A top rental location.Sell-
Ing both lots at the Genuine Bargain Price of $5,000.
.
COME AND SEE
Gulf Drive North
,
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM A totally NEW concept in

& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2414
Brodenton Beach WATERFRONT living


I LOTS LOTS LOTS SALES OFFICE

I 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648
Holmes Beach Residential or DuplexAS
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANTIN

LOW AS |10 % DOWN--5 YEARS TO PAY

I IN EXTREMELY DESIRABLE AREA--BETWEEN 68TH & 69TH STREETS
NEW AND OLDER HOMES
l PURCHASE ON LAND CONTRACT--AN ABSTRACT WITH EACH LOT
f BUSINESS PROPERTIESAND
HIGH AND DRY LAND--CITY WATER AND OTHER UTILITIES AVAILABLE


I I J LBEACH BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESLOTS

4 69* St OR ACREAGEON

,o.' 70'7t "0'0'
A '.
o c9 f N tM 9 L ; ( T. ANNA MARIA ISLAND }-
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LONGBOAT KEY
l ,. SOLDq
B OR
A
ijCD ANYWHERE IN I MANATEE COUNTY
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8D E .tF... 'bG.... ; H a =: .
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0)U EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYS
too* TV' '
IN
BEACH 6B7S1: !
CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3OOO
I I r r



A--$3,550 F--$2,950 J-.$3,550 .
'-' B-$3,550 G-$2,950 K-$2,850
\ Walter S. Hatdin
>> C43,550D42,950 H42,950I$3,550 L-SOLD
I M-$2,850
t .E:$2,950 N-$2,850 Realty Company

Realtors
f BUY NOW--BUILD LATER


CONSULT DICK WAGNER REALTOR
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach Tel. 778-2663 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 7781756t.


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Page 12 THE ISLANDER Thursday, November 1, 1962

Miss Margaret Burnham and Miss ISLAND .SHOPPING CENTER

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE Helena Burnham of Willow Avenue
spent the summer in Brookline, tfebnts Bach, Anne Maria Island, Florida

, M Tit pleasant, sure, to use oiuft name in pratf."-LORD BTXON Mass and returned to their Island

\ home recently to spend the winter. il MEN'S SPORT JACKETSBy

PLATA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mr.and Mrs.George Bleim of Willow &

Mrs. W. H. Fague and son Max of Avenue have returned to the Is- George W. Powers of White Ave-

Kokomo Ind.MERRIMAC. land after spending the summer in nue returned to the Island recently

ON THE GULF: Mr. Toledo Ohio. after several months spent in Hart, MAL MARSHALL
000
and Mrs. E. R. Hall of Johnstown Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riley and familyof .
Pat,.Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Manegold T
Crescent Drive Anna Maria Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore of k of Miami
of Columbus Ohio.
I have moved to Ellenton. Springfield, Ohio are vacationingat
i EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. ,
View in Bradenton
O O O Bay Cottages
REGULARS & LONGS
R. F. Stevens of Troy N. Y..Mr. Mrs. Everett Bliss of i
and Mrs. Ted Smith of Mich. Key Royale Beach. ........ ....... .....
Flint
Drive has returned to the Island from o o o

...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gage of Hart Mich. where she spent the Mr. and Mrs. George Boss of Bay : '
Brooklyn Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Elmer summer. Boulevard have returned to the Island LONG SLEEVEET\J

Mattern of Wabash, Ind. who after spending several monthsin

are brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold.Igo of Gulf Holland Mich. SPORT SHIRTS by PALMLAND

La Moine Baker owner of East O' Avenue Anna Maria, are expectedto

The Sun.HARBOR. return to the Island soon after a A. M. Garden Club DACRON & COTTON

LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and summer spent at their summer homeat The members of the Anna

Mrs. H. W. Post of MlamL...Mr. Central Lake, Mich. Maria Garden Club appreciatethe

and Mrs. Jim Joines of Lake Wales cooperation of so many

...Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kennedy of Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan Barra- people in making the club's
dale of 72nd Street have returned
recent dessert bridge at a
Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jones party
of Lake Placid..Mr. and Mrs. C. home after spending several monthsin the Community Hall a success.
New Providence, N. J. There 20 tables in
were play
L. Misener of Buffalo N. Y...Mr.
.-
small Layaway Phone
and Mrs. Frank Hughs of Palisades, each table centered by a ; ;
MissFrancesKeating, whose home indoor palm which was the table -
N. J..J. N. Bell of Bradenton.,. 65th Street fire Flan acs stn.+,,.rnen women 778-1161
on was destroyed by prize.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Morgue of Mer-
on Easter Sunday returned to her Prize winners were: Mrs.
chantville N. I...Mr and Mrs.
home at Huntington, L. I., N. Y. Harold W. Meade Mrs. J. F. LAY-A-WAY NOWYOUR
William A. Bartolet of Canal Fulton -
from a stay several, months at Dittman of Palmetto Mrs. D.

Ohio. Nantucket Island, Mass. She will McKenzie Mrs. W. K. Car- GIFTS WILL BE

NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. not come to the Island this winter veil Mrs. E. C. Drake Mrs. GIFT WRAPPED FREE OF CHARGEAND

M. C. Jones of Belleville, Pa... but will stay on Long Island. George Tann Mrs. Allen
Ena Morris of New York City.,.Mr. Crawford Mrs. Lillie Frlnk READY TO BE PICKED UP

and Mrs. D. C. Lawliss of Lynds- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lopez have Mrs. George Maywood Mrs.J. AT YOUR CONVENIENCE I

boro N. H...Dr. and Mrs. B. B. returned to Tampa after spendingthe G. Bowen Mrs. Robert

Swan of Tallahassee.PRO summer at their cottage on Pine Kraft Mrs. Harold Chapman Come in and BrowseSand

TH E RO APARTMENTS:Mr. Avenue Anna Maria. Mrs. J. Karr Mrs. George

Ben H. Cunningham of Doraville Jerome, Mrs. W. Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Karel of Mrs. H. Bristow Mrs.Robert Dollar Gift S.

Ga.PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs. 75 th Street are expected back on the Carlin, Mrs. L. Gleich Mrs. Shirley and John DuytscAaverWeather

Ryan B. Hall of Hamilton Ohio. Island soon. They spent the summerat George Clark, Mrs. L. Taylorand

SCHELTER COTTAGE: James Riverside, I1L Mrs. John Myers.

Bright and party of Lakeland.ROD&REELMOTB.Mr. COOL WearSWEAT

and Mrs. PLASTIC REFUSE-TAINER

Bob Warner and party of Pensacola

,,John Sanders of Lakeland...Dr.LeonardRehenberyofN. 24 GAL SHIRTS.-MEN'S..BOYS'-.GIRLS'$1.98

.
Y.City. 95 MEN'S & BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS..................$1.98-$2.49
William D. Ryals and party of Tam-

"pa...E. L. Howland of Dayton O. SAVE MEN'S WATERPROOF Lightweight Jaek.tc..................$5.95WOMEN'SGIRLS'.BOYS'.INFANTS'
3.00
Flann.l PJS1.98 up
Mr. and Mrs. William Warren of .

72nd Street have returned home after Jumbo Slre-1!

spending the summer in Waynes- Can't Rust Ever! REGULAR ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021

boro N. C. Unbreakable Polyethylene! 9.95

Lock-on (any position) Cover!

Mrs. H. B. Howatt has returned to Clatter-Proof!

her home on the north point in Anna HOLMES SUPPLIES 778-1131 FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL

Maria after spending the summer 778-2012

months in Closter, N. J.
B A TTE R IBS DO You HAVE PLENTY? R. C. SCHUCHARD
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Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green of 56th
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCKI
Street have returned home for the 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES,BEACH

winter after spending the spring and

summer in Litchfield, Maine. They PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS

report that the summer weather in '

Maine was cold and foggy.

UNCLASSIFIEDADVANCE MAIL a CHAIR

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( PAYMENT REQUIRED) rtmcouo r IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTI .-

EIGHT LINES-Sl.OO; MINIMUM 50* This smart comfortable chair mails

"FOR I) I in a small carton! COVERS, double
PHILCO
; REtfTs Very Nic. Apartment in AC-DC _
ulotloeaUoiaeonvnlontto Post Office, fHIICO T-43 J : strength washable canvas in turquoise -
Stores:lI.Beach & Fishing Pi.r. Phono TABLE RADIO yellow, terra cotta, blackor
77Bi(TED TO BUY Large Coconut 6 Transistor Pocket 4" Speaker white. FRAMES, sturdy hard-
Paw.Will resrave. with Ir.15.or and nor pay f.cash..t of Trunk.Phon.ISLAND Size AS LOW AS $17.95 5 Tubes AS LOW AS-$15.95 I L..natnral or satin finish
77"l6>0. black. A terrific "take along"for
REPAIR & ELECTRIC SER YOUR PHILCO DEALER __ students and "people-on-the-
VICE..oU.ropalr appliances stop looks; "
: burners! do minor .1.c t r 1 c movc-
work, .tc. Consider us your handyman ISLAND TV 778-1703 BRITISH smears CHAIR
-..-
around the house. Bernard. Call
778-284 or.778-231 I. COLLEGE KIDS LOVE THEM $22.50 POSTPAID
FOR RENT tomes Beacn ZBedfooahoua.
.. Boat docking priril.,... Furnished ORDER NOW FOR DECEMBER SHIPPING
or unfurnished. Option to buy. Protect Your Boat & Motor
77S-I831, of P.O. 116?. Holmes Beach.
ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER 778.1019
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Servicav!
Bra 41.D to D .Beach Fire DepU Frank'
tmnnlTTll.14' 1. LOOKING For A REAL
FOR HOMES LOTS & INVESTMENTPROPERTY
oli THE MAINLAND, Call
or Writ. Col. F.A.(Brud) Chilson, KING
REALTY, Realtors, Manatee Avenue "Honest To Gosh"SEE
West at Slat Street, Fairway Center,
Bradenton.Florida.Telephone 7 45-11 21on qu
AI..TE {nONS a ll kind. of cot--
ing. Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank THIS--- Fishing Boat ?
Bsgfl Phone
i7l-1431.
FOR RENT and D.c.mbar. -
2 bedroom house and 1 bedroom
apaetm.at. CIo.771-27.. to .OWl.A R.asonabl.C 17' LAPSTRAKE

SALSs Like now. Twolatching
davenport* with corner table
and round cocktail table. Foam rubber FIBERGLASS FISHERMANBUILT
!edA rtMMm.S .
ewMA
s Gulf front
Iota. Ceatect Is d yarket. 104 Bridge IN FISH WELL

r.t.01.. 2 BUILT IN BAIT WELLS
alr *
lywood Bod with Box oprlaa and mate with an,4utoowners LOCKING STORAGE COMPARTMENT $695 OO
tie... Also two bolstors and co.,.,. A .
pry 00 Hoywood-Wakoliold ROD HOLDERS
na FLOATER COMPLETE STEERING
FOR Mark 21" sell-
.propelled aowsr, *4S; Johnson convert Island Hardware
lit..floor care Machine,usod once $lOi Dobbe's
D*'.tbain On Space.Hooter, 4S.
ww Area InsuranceF. & Marine SupplyIf
Bro S20l Special ocIcI11aeel.paneied Bay
j ff V I* 13K", SS. Call 770-4614
dayum.-Atl.six, T7..1M1. 1 ifs GtMrol Hardware or Hoosrvarcs or Garden Seppliej, vt hart it-
'
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY UA1NTplANCEt or will get it for yog 77I-2J11
DAVID BOOZER SOLE OWNER
Mowing, .". triaalD,. ,
Floors cleaned and polished. Windows AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY
washed.and oiled. Prompt and. efUelent 77M.J7 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 778-1548 AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY
.
ofvico. Reasonable rate '-.ce. .
Ken Follows.Phone 77$



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