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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 8, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
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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).
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11 No. 574 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1962 TEN CENTS H I IIf




If South End Beach Development PlannedPublic i




Disagreement Between County And State Road '
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Hearing On
Department On Division Of South End Revealed I
Block A At Holmes ,
Discussion of the south end of the bridge. I
Beach Meeting the Island Thursday revealeda County Planning DirectorBill

p The agenda for the meetingof disagreement between the Vines presented the Com-
the Holmes Beach Board of County and the State Road Department mission with design criteriaand
Aldermen is made up of rout- about division of the suggestions for preliminary -
ine items with one exception. south end land. The SRD was development of the south
Scheduled for Tuesday even co-purchaser with Manatee end, and explained the reasons
ing, the meeting was postponed County of the approximately behind his suggestions, using :
a week because the city office 46 acre tract of Gulf and Bay a sketch of the area for illustrations -

I was used as a polling fronted property,for which the .
1 place. It will be held at.7:30 County paid the E. P. Green The Commission voted approval

i .' p.m. November 13. Estate a total price of$318- in principle of Vines'
: The only exception to routine 680. suggestions, and Commission
u I J. -j business at the meeting will At a meeting of the County Chairman M. B. "Mickey"
t be a public hearing on a request Park, Beach and Recreation Harrison will report the approval
to rezone Block A, Bay F Commission, Commissioner of the Commission to
Palms Subdivision.Now Walter S. Hardin said County the County Commission. (A

zoned Special Use for an v- ....- Commission Chairman Mike copy of the Vines' report is
I insurance office, the requestfor Klemmer and County Attorney reproduced on Page 2 of this
SOUTH END BEACH development under discussion at lastThursday's j
asks for a changeto in issue).
rezoning Kenneth W. Cleary are not
meeting at the Manatee County Beach pavilion of
C3, the least restrictive agreement with the SRD over Harrison said that $17,000in
the Park Beach and Recreation Commission.Left to
County ,
commercial classification inthe the division of the land. the County budget had been
right Commission members Walter W. Botkin, Chairman
; city, which would,if granted Hardin said the SRD wants a earmarked for capital improvements
B. "Mickey" Harrison and Walter Hardin listen to County
I allow erection of a gasoline 100 foot wide strip on each side at the south end.
Planning Director Bill Vines, as he explains drawing of sug- \
I station. of the centerline of State High- His recommendations for the
of south end. At extreme right is Miss
gested development
Located between Palm and way 789, from 13th Street preliminary development of
Miriam Smith who records minutes of commission meet-
i % Gulf Drives, and 79th and 81st South to the Longboat Key the area will Include grading
Islander Photo
Streets, Block A was zoned ings. ( ) Bridge. In addition, the SRD and drainage of a swale near

commercial when the city was wants title to a 150 to 200 foot the center of the property;

originally zoned.In South End Beach Called Violation Of City. CharterAt deep strip along the entire Gulf consideration of a drilled well;
March, 1954, a petition by beach frontage for maintenance construction of permanent
_i citizens of the area asked that Thursday's meeting of the be referred to the City's Zoning of the protective groins, sanitary facilities, and estab-
the, zoning ,be changed from County Park, Beach and Recreation and Planning Commissionfor plus eight acres at the south- lishment of parking areas.
commercial to residential. Commission, former recommendation.. Reinel ern tip of the property for Louis Schneider of Bradenton -
tr 1 A few months later, a con- Mayor P. VanRensselaer said he had not heard from the maintenance of the bridge.In chairman of the Parks and
tractor on the Island secured Bradenton Beach said that establishment County Commission about the July, when the propertywas Recreation Subcommittee of
what he thought was a valid of a public beachat matter for several months.In purchased, statements by the Governmental Study
building permit, and actually the south end of the Islandis July, when purchase of the the County Commission said Group, attended the meetingand
started construction of a ser- a violation of the City of land was under discussion, the SRD was to receive the 200 expressed strong approval
vice station on the property. Bradenton Beach charter. VanRensselaer appeared before foot highway right of way,plusan of the Commission's ideas )
t1 Soon thereafter, officials of VanRensselaer said he was the County Commission.He easement along the Gulf, about preliminary development :
what was then .the Town of speaking as a citizen, and not asked that signing of the and three acres at the end of of the south end.
Holmes Beach declared the in any official capacity. He purchase agreement be delay-
said the of the ed until the commission had
permit invalid because it was people city HOW THE
issued by a person who did not should have a voice about the consulted the people of Brad- ISLAND VOTED
have authority to do so. establishment of beach,suchas enton Beach.
A storm of protest againstthe that on the Countyownedland He said that in 1954 the city AM BB HB Total
gasoline station showed at at the south end. zoned the area in question for George A. SMATHERS (D) 169 215 258 642.
a public meeting held at the A section of the charter says motels and hotels, and no partof Emerson RUPERT (R) 140 121 253 514

; Holmes Beach Yacht Club in the City has the power "To the city is zoned for public
June, 1954, and in October of regulate and permit or pro- beaches. The former mayor, James A. HALEY (D) 159 191 220 570F.
that year it was rezoned from hibit the establishment and while still in office in 1961, Onell ROGELLS (R) 138 134 269 541

commercial to R-2 Residen- operation of..bathingbeaches. proposed an ordinance which
tial. The following February, .. ." would have required a refer- Jerry W. CARTER (D) 116 163 148 427
at the request of Peder Mick- Mayor Victor Reinel, when endum for approval of any H. B. (Bob) FOSTER (R) 181 160 347 688

elsen, who owned the property contacted after the meetingsaid public park or recreation area,
'
; at that time, it was zoned A-1, the Bradenton Beach City but the measure never was Ed. H. PRICE Jr. (D) 164 198 232 594,
which would allow the building Council assured the County passed. SmYth D. BROHARD (R) 139 138 271 548 I

4 of a motel. Commission several months When VanRensselaer raised
Early in 1958 the propertywas ago that it would cooperate to the question in July Kenneth Wilbur BOYD CD) 135 173 201 509 i
purchased by Walter S. the fullest extent possible with W. Cleary, County attorney, Wallace M. WARNER (R) 169 152 300 621
and the County in establishment of said he might ask that the
Hardin the owner,
present Robert E. KNOWLES (D) 151 180 201 532 I
his was rezoned to the south end beach, but that south end be separated from
at request Richard C. DUNGAN CR) 146 161 302 609
Special Use for an office. the matter would first have to Bradenton Beach. At that time
he considered asking the
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County Commission for per- Dan P. McCLURE (D) 150 189 192 531
mission to petition the Circuit Carl A. FRENCH (R) 151 141 307 599 I

Court to grant such a "dls-
annexation" Ralph S. CLARK Jr. (D) 131 181 176 488 I

Cleary said that because the W. D. BYRD (R) 163 153 316 622 E I

City would not be asked to i
furnish any services to the Mrs. J. P. HARLLEE Jr. CD161 186 215 562 I
south end, and there would be Curtis J. HUGHES (R) 144 151 291 586

no possibility of collecting any
taxes there by the City, the Mary E. MULVEE CD) 141 169 175 485 I
.I separation would be the best Howard E. GRAINGE (R) 151 157 318 626 !i

fI/, solution to the problem. (Continued on Page 3) !
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Cigarette tax collections in Oct. 30--67 74 70 76 '12 None
the State for September were Oct. 31--68 74 72 78 70 3.3
4 ,:. $2,671,633, of which $1,873- Nov. 1--63 70 70 76 72 .1

ANNA MARIA CITY COMMISSION, at its meeting this week. 886 will be returned to muni Nov. 2--63 68 70 73 69 None
Left to right are: Commissioners Mrs. Alma Haynes and cipalities. Anna Maria City Nov. 3--60 70 70 72 69 .2
Arthur C. Hansen, Mayor James O.,Ferguson,Commissioners will collect $519, Bradenton Nov. 4--60 58 64 60 69 .2
Harvey G. Meyer and Robert R. Moses, and new City Beach $547 Holmes Beach Nov. 5--61 67 60 70 69 Noner
Clerk Mrs. Frances Maxon. (Islander Photo) $463, and Longboat Key $378.




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The Iffaifi&eP1* .i.Hii,*I J IA, FLORIDA Vines' Report To Park,

Commission On Development
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Editor.. KIMBALL
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Public acquisition
News and advertising..........MARGE KIMBALL N a ;. Island presents Manatee County

Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida 't 10N Nu'I .'.... magnificent recreational
0> measures some 6,000 feet in
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable ,\t 1..,. 1,200 feet in width. The strip is s

advance--Canada, $5.00 per year. I "Y." ..,,.. { long dimension fronting on the Gulf
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for ... \I.\. ) Sarasota Bay to the East. The
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. ... ;' 1 City of Bradenton Beach, while
/f National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. ...;\. .. Longboat Pass. State Road 789 (
I I ..................,-...... ......'..'... A length of the property. The R. O.
rr' well as a strip along the beach
I AMEIICAN NEWSMrtl ICPIESERTATIVESi
State Road Department, in order to

EAGLE SCOUT Gary Wagner, road, bridge approach and groins.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn the first member of Island erty is owned by Manatee County.
Boy Scout Troop No. 7 ever to This report and
Independent weekly published every Thursday by the Scout award. He was prepared for the Park, Beach
earn Eagle
i THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY. Anna Maria, Florida
1 received it at a Court of Honorof sion at the joint request of the

\ : Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. Sunnyland Council of Boy County Commissioners.The .
\i Scouts, held last week at Bal- approach taken was to
lard School, Bradenton. Garyis represents a long range
the son of Mr. and Mrs. long range plan is agreed upon and
George Wagner of Magnolia down into development units, each
Fall House CleaningSeveral Avenue, Anna Maria. He has There are several basic
earned a total of 25 Merit design of the plan. These are: 1.
Badges, four more than are generous width of sand area along
times recently we have attended meetings wherewe necessary to become an Eagle kept free of any structures or use
have heard many criticisms and complaints about lots Scout. He needs only one more complete use of this area for
which need clearing and roadsides which should be trimmed, badge to earn a Palm to add to lecting, child play, etc. All buildings
I} plus unflattering comparisons of the Island's general appear- his Eagle insignia. Another be kept well back from the water s
) ance with that of less favored spots. insignia he wears on his uni- 2. The southerly end, fronting
Enough criticisms and complaints so we embarked on an form is an axe which is the be reserved for the fisherman.
extensive inspection tour of the Island, leisurely driving the. Paul Bunyan Award for axe- ductive fishing area, and unsafe for
length of many of the side streets, as well as the main high- manship. (Islander Photo) 3. The area between the sand

4 be planted with tree and shrub
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ways.Our conclusions? The criticisms and complaints were beautify the property. Benches,
justified to some extent. Too strong in some cases, not near- with a shed), and barbeque pits
ly strong enough in others. areas. '
) The most attractive homes and areas definitely were those 4. Parking should be confined
4 where the grass and other growth were trimmed neatly, well back from the water. This

where no piles of trash awaited picking up, and where dead .. ( parking requirements will permit
palm fronds had been carried away, and conversely, the most Y .I ......,.,.., of the property but will avoid

f unattractive areas, especially along some of our main streets .... ....... .. ,il".. over the entire area, such as in now
and highways, were those with weeds fighting to take over the ''' '" .. ," ''tv vent vehicle movement along the
entire landscape.A H'BIRDWATCHERS- hazardous.
tendency common to all of us is that of looking at a ; ... 5. Sites for permanent buildings
l familiar scene without seeing it as it actually is--often it anas, restrooms, etc. should be
takes the eye of a stranger to show us something we see phase, although detailed building
every day.Another. until just prior to construction.
conclusion was that nothing would add to the 6. Unified landscape and
Island's appearance to a stranger more than an IslandwideFall assured. Every structure, from 3)i
House Cleaning--a complete face-lifting before the should be designed and placed to fit
winter tourist season. the beauty and utility of the
Such a project is not one which should be left to the three watching a General Plan For The Gulf Side:
city governments--it is one in which everyone on the Island group of Scissor-Tailed Fly- set forth above, a general plan has
should take part. catchers, rare birds on the poses that a future large pavilion be
All three municipal governments are conscious of the need Island, plus some Western center of the property, where the
for such a program, and all have made some progress in Kingbirds, also somewhatrare is greatest. Four large'parking
keeping up with the problem. But there is room for improvement in this area. Left to total parking capacity of 1090 cars.
and each of the three cities can improve its house- right are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ing areas are proposed to be
keeping despite its limited resources.If Phelps, Mrs. Carl Scott and masses which will screen the
anyone doubts the need of greater effort toward Island Mayor Carl Scott. (Islander proper setting for picnic tables,
beautification, or merely cleaning house, we suggest to eacha Photo) the like. The passing motorists'

slow and comprehensive tour of the Island, using a critical .. 'u."", ____.____ __. through these parklike areas will
Two of restroom facilities
groups
eye.Or ,
on the other hand, if anyone needs some inspirationto -- :., > __ -: location of the future pavilion, and
show what results can be achieved, the Island has those third of the beach. The useable
areas, tool! plan will be much larger and more

The parklike effect of having the vacant lots trimmed free at present, because of the organized
The termination of the south end of 3''
of grass, weeds and other growth is worth almost any cost of
time or money to achieve. Pass suggests the creation of a
Quite apart from the aesthetic aspect of keeping lots out into the Gulf alongside the
cleared, there are several practical considerations. One is pier, coupled with appropriate fish
control of the very obnoxious weed known as the sandspur. A a valuable and popular facility.
second is ridding a lot or area of unwanted and undesirable immediately in front of the large
these locations will not block the
varmints of kind another N
one or ,by eliminating ground cover
and forcing them to go elsewhere.A activity areas.In .
third very practical consideration for the land developer order for the development of
is the fact that a cleared, good looking lot is much to achieve the high standards of
easier to sell than one which is knee high with weeds. it and its users deserve, all
Island Visitors Mr. and Mrs. should be made in
Let's Vail provements
Let's
get at it, make a concerted effort to
put our best foot forward! Ralph Stewart of Wilbraham, developed plans. Because of
Mass. (Islander Photo) ments will undoubtedly be made in

? ever, each stage should build
result. Of particular importance to
be the architectural treatment of
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES and small. The placement of such

items as signs and trash cans
NOVEMBERHIGH- -LOW8 I ti trt: M
Thur.. 8154 a.m. 1.3 9127 p.m. 1.5 2137 a.m. 0.3 21" p.m. o.D selected to fit into the overall design
9 Fri. 10107 a.m. 1.3 9153 p.m. 1.7 3130 a.m.0.1 3123 p.m. 0.2 from appearance. Therefore, it is
10 Set. 1111 a.m. 1.2 10119 p.m. l.a lla a.m. .0.4 3158 p.m. 0.4 itect be selected to design the
11 Sun. 12118 p.m. 1.2 10..7 p.m. 1.9 5:04 a.m.0.7 12a p.m. 0.6 icipate in the detailed plan
12 Mon. 1122 p.m. 1.1 11118 p.m. 2.0 59 a.m.0.8 4:56 p.m. 0.8 each stage of development. The
13 Tue. 2:31 p.m. 1.0 11151 p.m. 2.0 6135 a.m.0.9 5:22 p.m. 0.9 CCESSJI RECOGNIZE during the several stages of
14 Wed. 3157 p.m. 0.9 --.-- 7121 a.m. 0.9 55 p.m. 0.8 CARPENTER uity of design.
15 Thur. 12128 a.m. 2.0 8111 a.m.0.8 ... e;'**AGREEMENT
Bay Side Plans: 1. No
16 Fri. 1111 a.m. 1.8 -- 9103 o.m.0.6 un.
.17 Sat. 2:03 a.m. 1.7 7125 p.... 1.0 9159 o.m.0.5 9109 p.m. 0.9 mended for the property lying
18 Sun. 3112 a.m. 1." 710 p.m. 1.0 10.57 a.m.0.3 10153 p.m. 0.8 Bay in the near future. The
19 Mon. 4:41 a.m. 1.2 7159 p.m. 1.1 Ihs.c a.m.0.2 ing ramps and the planting of some _
20 Tue. 61160.m. 1.1 8115 p.m. 1.2 12125 a.... 0.6 121" p.m.0.1 all that is appropriate at this time.
21 Wed. 7a" a.m. 1.0 813 p.m. 1.3 1136 a.m. O..c 1&32 p.m. 0.1 complete marina, picnic areas and
22 Thur. 9.02 a.m. 1.0 1.5.c p.m. 1." 2.31 a.m. 0.1 2110 p.m. 0.2 be appropriate; however there
23 Fri. 10105 a.m. 1.0 9:16 p.m. 1.5 3:14 a.m.0.1 21" p.m. 0.4 which will later be determined to
24 Sat. 10159 a.m. 1.0 9138 p.m. 1.6 3153 a.m.0.4 311.c p.m. 0.5
25 Sun. 11:41 a.... 1.0 10101 p.m. 1.7 4:30 a.m.0.5 3:41 p.m. 0.6 area.Recommended First Phase Of
the
FIRST first
AN ISLAND
26 Mon. 12129 p.m. 0.9 10.27 p.m. 1.8 5.05 a.m.0.7 4:05 p.m. 0.7 -- 1. Architectural design: Select the
27 Tue. 1a11'''p.m. 0.9 10155 p.m. 1.9 5:41 a.m.0.8 4:28 p.... 0.7 picket, or rather one of the the ,4
various Authorize
21 Wed. 1157 p.... 0.9 11126 p.m. 1.9 6120 a... 0.9 4:47 p.... 0.8 first group of pickets ever to structures.
.. 5.00 0.7 the sandwich boards plans for the first unit of
29 Thur. 2149 p.m. 0.8 .n-- -- .nu 7.00 a.m.0. p.m. wear on
30 Fri. 12102 a.m. 1.' 31S2 p.m. 0.8 1:45 a.m.0.9 5111 p.m. 0.7 the Island. This one is picturedas jointly developed by the Planning
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach, add seven minute to high tide road- he pickets a local construc- Department, and the architect.
lags, and one hour and six minutes to low tide roadlngs. tion Job. (Islander Photo) (Continued on Page )

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VINES' REPORT TO PARK COMMISSION.. A. M. Garden Club
Commission Passes
A. M. City New Ordinances
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2. Grading: A substantial amount of grading Is needed to At its regular meeting Mon- A resolution was voted to Anna Maria Garden Club will
,c provide for proper drainage and eliminate the drainage swale day evening, the Anna Maria have the mayor and commis- meet at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov.
t. r down the center of what will be the parking and picnic areas. I City Commission voted to proceed sioners appoint successors to 12, at the home of Mrs. Rob-
' I All grading should be completed before any construction or I IK with construction of a their posts If they are not available ert R. Moses of Tarpon Street,
,. planting occurs. Civil Defense headquarters at because enemy at- Anna Maria, when plans will
3. Parking Areas:Define the entry and exitways and park- the rear of the city office on tack. Each official will name a be made for the season.
l Ing areas. Horizontal palmetto palm trunks are suggested as Pine Avenue. minimum of three and a max-
effective, economical and attractive parking area boundary. The headquarters, building imum of seven successors. ley, twice to work on revisionof
4. Install a well with a submersible turbine pump on the approximately 30 by 10 feet, Authority for the resolutionis the city charter,and that the
S property. will be erected atop a heavy contained in a State Law work was proceeding well.
I. 5. Sanitary facilities: If funds permit construct a permanent concrete structure formerlyused passed by the ,Florida legis- Ferguson reported that Art-
/ restroom facility; if not, Install temporary restroom as a water reservoir. lature in 1959. hur Johnson had offered$1,500for
facilities. Commissioners said the res- Several ordinances were the city lot on Bay Boule-
}I 6. Purchase or construct and install such benches,tables, ervoir, with access only read and adopted. The first, vard adjoining Johnson's pro-
shelters, barbecue pits, trash containers, signs,etc.,as are through the top, will make excellent regulating hours and pay of perty, and at the mayors suggestion -
In the first phase plan. storage for records in city employees, was passed at had sent a check for
I 7. Plant the trees and shrubs indicated in the first phase the event of any disaster. the second reading. It was read ten percent of the offer. The
plan.Bay Plans for the proposed building first at a special meeting of the city has advertised the lot for
Side: 1. Install some boat launching ramps at the were drawy by Rene Redon commission. sale at $2,300. No action was
I south end. of Crescent Drive, a retired Ordinance 243 was passed to taken on the offer.Commissioner .
2. Plant shrubs and trees. architectural engineer.In em- a second reading. It makes Mrs. Alma
Cost of architectural service at this stage will be minor; ergency use, the building will mandatory the installation of Haynes said she and her com-
I f t'' much of the plant materials required can be Installed for the house city owned two-way rad- street numbers on every bull- mittee planned proceed with
cost of the labor involved, and County forces will be able to io, a gasoline powered gener- ding in the city, and will become beautification of the groundsof
J I accomplish the bulk of the development. Therefore,the first ator, and will serve for a central effective about the mid- the Community Hall in as
t phase of development should be relatively inexpensive. It will communications point. Ina dle of January. inexpensive a manner as pos-
however, substantially improve the utility of the beach and prolonged or serious disas- Ordinance 244, also passedto sible, and will meet this weekto
will make possible future development in an orderly manner. ter, the city has a 410 foot a second reading, sets make definite plans for the
The general appearance after the first phase of development well nearby as a source of heights for boundary fences. work. Other members of her
01't is complete and the trees and shrubs begin their growth will water supply.In Ordinance 245 provides pen- committee are Commissioner
\I be attractive and informal, more a "natural" waterfront ordinary use, the buildingwill alties for damage to streets Arthur Hansen, Mrs. Robert
recreation area than an intensively developed one. A routine serve as badly needed office and sidewalks by contractors'or Carlin and Mrs.RobertMoses.Mrs. .
program of beach cleanup, maintenance, and protection space for the mayor and other equipment. It was Haynes also asked that
t against vandalism should also be instituted. other city officials. Estimatedcost passed to a second reading. Talley check the city's fran-
of the project is $3,000.A Mayor James O. Ferguson chise agreement with the Island -
Ji HOW THE ISLAND VOTED. .. resolution was passed to I told the audience at the meet- Water Co. She said she
} (Continued from Page 1) grade and pave Grouper Street, Ing the details of the Sabin felt that users of the water in
i from North Shore Drive to I Oral Vaccine program. the city should be charged on
Walter W. COUNCIL (D) 139 162 172 473 Willow Avenue, a distance of City Clerk Mrs. Frances a semi-annual or an annual
James C. FOKES Jr. (R) 157 163 314 634 4,422 feet. Maxon reported $14,380 on rate rather than on a monthlyrate.
Curry & Turner Construction hand, and bills to be paid of .
Elwyn THOMAS (D) 126 167 242 535 Co. of Bradenton was the $1,406. The present rate for homes
low bidder on the work, at a Commissioner Harvey Meyer allows use of 2,500 gallons a
Millard F. CALDWELL (D)126 171 236 533 total price of $12,595. The reported that he and Com- month at a minimum charge of
a work will follow specificationsfor missioner Robert Moses, and $3.50. Mrs. Haynes suggestedan
A. O. KANNER (D) 122 163 231 516 a standard street recently Earle Cromer, had met with annual charge of $42 for.an
adopted by a city ordinance. the city attorney, Walter Tal- annual use of 30,000 gallons of
Robert E. WILLIS (D) 131 170 241 542 water.OPENING .

Wilbur C. KING (D) 129 169 236 534 SOON

Robert A. RICKEY (D) 129 173 246 548
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I wish it were possible to personally thank every wonderful CIRCLE
; person who has contributed so much to this victory.It .

was a great team effort all the way with hundreds of peo-
ple giving of their time, talents and money in my behalf.

Special tribute must be paid to General Campaign Chairman

Charles E. Johnson, Jr. to Ray Bewley in Manatee County
to Sarasota County Chairman Glenn Rose and to Charlotte
.CHANGES !
County Chairman Joe Shaw for their untiring and invaluable ef- .

forts in my behalf.In .
Are all recent changes in family circle
your
addition, I want to thank a responsible Press for the ex-
reflected in Will? If do well to
your not, you'll
cellent campaign coverage and fine editorial support I received
throughout the campaign. review that vital document with your lawyersoon.

And we'll be discuss with the
glad to you
During these next four years, my every effort will be to
bring good, progressive and effective government to all the citizens ways in which our trust services may be put to
district Florida. good use in terms of estate objectives.
of my and the State of _. your i

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1 LEGAL NOTICES High Twelve Club Players Directors Meet

',I LEGAL PROCLAMATION Flag RaisingThe Plans for the Island Players'
B* it resolved by the city Council of
the City of Bradenton 1962-63 were discus-
Beach, Florida, season
that the first Tuesday of December, regular weekly luncheonof sed at a meeting of the officers
1 H2, same being the 4th day of December the Island High Twelve Clubat
a general election is hereby called and directors Sunday after-
Nov. 8 at
to be held in the City of Bradenton Beach,, noon, Thursday, noon at the home of the presi-
Florida, to elect the following officers the Gulf Terrace, will be aLadles' K. W. Stenstrom of
dent Mrs.
of the City of Bradenton Beach. Day luncheon. In observance ,
TO WITS Key Royale Drive.It .
A Councilman from Ward 2 for the term of Veterans Day,the was voted to proceed Immediately -
of two years guests will be two prominent
A Councilman from with the construction -
Ward 4 for the term tiS
of two years.Each members of the American of an addition to the Anna 4i
said term commencing the next Legion, Carl'Hartin, Manatee HaU to .
Maria Community pro-
Monday following said election, the
Veterans Counsellor
County ,
same being December 10. 1962. vide some much needed addi- .iitk
AU qualified electors of the City of and Robert J. Moon, Ameri- tional storage space for scen- .
Bradenton Beach are eligible to vote in canism State Chairman of the r
said election. Votes will be cast from 7 ery and props.
A.11. to 7 P.M. on December 4, 1962 at American Legion Departmentof First social function of the
the Bradenton Beach Fire House Second Florida.At .
Street North Bradenton Beach Florida. new season will be the annualtea .
the close of the ,
meeting, '
and be held at --- --- -
Mayor City Council and reception, to
Seal Byt Sophia L. Carothers the members and of the
City Clerk guests the Community Hall on Sunday GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY observed Friday by Mr. I
the
club will assemble at
11-8, 15, 22 & 2962NOTICE afternoon, Dec. 2, from 4 to 6, and Mrs. Walter Hansen Bay Drive North. (Islander Photo)
Holmes Beach Post Office, with the public invited. Mar- ,.
TO CREDITORS 2 where will ded- GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr.
at they
To All creditors Legatees Distributes p.m., garet Donaldson will serve as Islander Places Third
and All Persons having Claims or Demands icate the new flagpole and Am .chairman of the arrangements and Mrs. Walter Hansen of
against the Estate of EDITH Mar erican flag there. When some committee. Only Island entrants in Sun- 2100 Bay Drive North. Bradenton

NEIL decea.edlYou and each of you, are hereby noti members inquired as to why During the season the Players day's Cortez to St.Petersburgstock Beach, obseryed the 50th anniver-

fled and required to file any claims and the American flag was not beIng plan to present three boat race were Jean- sary of their wedding Friday, Nov-

may demands have, which against you the or estate either of of EDITH you, flown at this post office,it,plays, with the plays and datesto Paul St. Laurent in his 21 foot, ember 2, when they entertained a

UacNEIL. deceased, late of Manatee was learned that the flag Is' be announced by Director 185 horsepower Chris Craft, number of friends at an open houseat
County, Florida, with the Honorable flown at all regular or ''fullfledged" and Allen Thomas in his 285
his committee.The their home.
Robert A. Rickey, County Judge of Manatee Harold Igo and
County Florida, at his office in the post offices, but because three presentations of horsepower sea-going hot rod. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were mar-
Court House of said the Holmes Beach facil- St. Laurent
County, within six accompanied by
last season were all highly ried at St. Stephan's
Evangelical
((6)) calendar months from the time of the '
ity is actually a sub station of his son Louis, came in thirdin
first publication of this notice. successful, and played to cap- Lutheran Church in Chicago. They
the Bradenton Beach Post Office the inboard class
Florence against
Urs.
E. Morrow, as
acity audiences, and the group lived in before movedto
Chicago they
Executrix of the Estate of
the Post Office Depart- some very tough competitionin
Is looking forward to an equally -
EDITH UacNEIL. Deceased ; the Island in 1945. They have
Robert H.'SchulUSCHULTZ ment could not furnish a flag- a field of about 18 scheduled
successful season this year. children Mrs. Lester Barnes of
AND CLEARY pole for the location. starters. two '"
Attorneys for Executrix The club has provided the Mrs. George Tann and her Thomas, with Humbug Cobbas Alexandria Va., and Walter Hansen -
417 Street West committee
12Jh are making plans I
and the Bradenton Jr. of Miami, and three grand
forced
Bradenton, Florida flag pole, for a series of card parties co-pilot, was to drop
10-18, 25? 11-1, 8, '62 Beach office has a flag which the winter with the out when he hit the open Gulf children. Mrs. Barnes was the only

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO can be used regularly. At the first during to take place., in mid- near Egmont Key, because his member of their family who could

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME flag raising ceremony, there craft, while capable of reported attend the anniversary celebration,
December.ner .
they The are undersigned conducting do an hereby apartment certify rental that will be an Invocation by club. speeds of around 60 mph, flying from Washington as'a surprisefor

business under the fictitious name of Chaplain John Neil, and the will raise the flag. Frank is not intended for use in real- her parents.
HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS at 4507- speakers will be Mayor Carl Brechlin will loan a public address ly choppy seas.
4509 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach, Florida,
and that said firm is composed of the Scott of Holmes Beach, Post system for the cere-
following persons .whose names and Master Mrs. Irma Cox, and mony, and the platform is to be THESIGNOF
places of residence are as follows Moon. The clerk in charge of furnished by Wm. B. Lee of!
Edward
Patricia Geyer A. Geyer the office, Mrs. Mary Brugg- Key Royale. I THE BEST IN
2716 Avenue C
Holmes Beach, Florida
Ownership of HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS LOVELYVIEWOFTHEBAY FROM THE ROD & REEL MOTEL FOOD & DRINKOUR

is as follows Edward Geyer- (Now Under New )
50%, Patricia A. Geyer-SO%. Management
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof At Entrance to Rod & Reel Pier, and Featuring Air Conditioned SPECIALTY
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee which will accommodate.3 6
A Efficiency Apartments to persons.
County Florida, to register the said
name of HARBOR LANE APARTMENTS TELEPHONE 7782780. SIZZLING STEAKS
.
under the provisions of Chapter 865.09
Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. SEAFOOD
Witness our hands this 16th day of October [G tonal
1962. HAVE YOU TRIED [ and otherSPECIAL
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bend loops A and B rather

Island Bowling League sharply. Now put loop A insideof

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By Carl Keeler

I HOW TO COLLECT AND
OBSERVE PLANKTONA

useful plankton net maybe
fiG.tmay
THE ISLANDER aided
team, \
made from a coat hanger, an
'j greatly by. speed, finesse and t old nylon stocking, a rubber take some twisting and
the high handicaps of its opponents Kk.A band, a small glass vial, and muscle power, but once it is
J took three points some thread.To done, the circle thus formed

from league leading Tropical make the net, first bend will not come apart.Now bring
Vista in Friday evening's Island the top of a nylon stocking up
the coat hanger as shown in
{ Bowling League action at through the bottom of the cir-
Fig. 1. With a pair of pliers,
Cortez Lanes. >"',..--. cle and drape it over the edgeof
High individual scores in the An6 the smaller circle. Sew in
CITY PIER-BEACHCOMBER team in the Island Bowling
tl match were Cliff Weston,233- place around the wire, as in
571 for the winners, and Tom League. Standing, left to right, are: Frank Davidson, Lefty Fig. 3.Next.
t Edwards, 198-554 for the lost Miller, Bob Daughaday and Art Schumaker. Kneeling, Bob Ll
DeVane. (Islander Photo)

ers.Other team and high individual .- 14
Island Marine Supply TEN LOW GAMES
J scores were as follows: Pete Reynard's Rest. 13.5 John Jackson 91
I Bay Area Insurance 4, Dick 11
Dick
Wagner Realty Frank Mokry 104
Wagner Realty 0. (John Duyt- Earl Mowry 106
schaver, 190, Lloyd Hanson,
TOP: TEN GAMES Dick Wagner 108 /
519 Earl Drew 519
; George
wNston Bud Hottman 109
Cliff 233
Thibodeau, 224-584). Don Mellin 110 of the league's better than average -
George Thibodeau 224 .
Econowash 4 Schu-
Gray's
bowlers. .. Find we
Roger Haynes 113
Frank Mokry 215 /
,
chard 0. Robert
Plumbing ( Frank Beard 114 were about 15 pounds high in
Art Schumaker 211 cut a small hole in the
Reinel, 203-521 Clyde Har-
; Keding's heft
estimating Kayo
S Earl 117
Robert Reinel 203 Mowry toe of the the
man, 201-524). stocking, push
in last week's paper--he
Ernie Schmidt 118 says
Clyde Harman 201 of small vial
Pier-Beachcomber 4 top a glass
City ,
we weighs only 140.. Finallyhad
Builders 0. Vic Reinel 199 through the hole into the stock-
VanOstenbridge
to do something nice for.
(Art Schumaker 211-544 Bill Tom Edwards 1.. 198 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEPete ing, and slip a tight rubber
;
our bowling alley -
Reynard's A. M. Elec. correspondent
Tom Edwards 196 band around the toe of the
Gibson 168 Aaron VanOsten-
,
Earl Drew, so managedto
bridge 466). John Jackson 193 VanOstenbridge Schuchard stocking and the top of the vial,
,
. him in at the
Econowash Tropical Vista squeeze very
Frank Moc 193 so that it will not pull loose
Bayou Marina 3, Anna Maria
bottom of the ten series
Bay Area Ins. Bayou Marina top
when towed the
Electric 1. (Ernie Bradow, Island Marine Dick Wagner list, with a score of 519. .. through water.
TOP TEN SERIES
188-470; Walt Sparks, 183, ISLANDER C. P.-Beach. Also have two low series to (Continued on Page 6))
Jack Ehrenzeller, 502)). George Thibodeau 584 aBOWLING report this week--355 by Dick
Island Marine Supply,3, PeteReynard.S Cliff Weston 571 554 Wagner, and 356 by ISLANDER Swedish MassageANTON
Tom Edwards
BRIEFSIn
Restaurant 1. (John captain, Earl Mowry.. Both
Jackson, 193 FrankMoc,193 Art Schumaker 544 our "Ten Low Games" net
exceptionally low, but not in M. CHRISTENSENand
Bob Whipple 528 the bottom of the week's
Andy Rasmussen, 510; Frank at a class with George Wagner's GLORIA CHRISTENSEN
Mokry, 215, Charles Pike, Clyde Harman.* 524 barrel, we managed to catch record-setting 288 of a few 85th Street, Holmes Beach
470). Bob Guild 522 some real prizes this time. weeks
778-2291
Robert Reinel 521 Among the select group are ago.
LEAGUE STANDINGS Vic Reinel 520 two bowlers whose names also

Tropical Vista 24 Lloyd Hanson 519 appear in the week's Top Ten /IM \ FOODLINERQuality

Bay Area Insurance 23 Earl Drew. 519 Games, one whose name heads
THE ISLANDER .21 the season's top ten game list
Anna Maria Electric 20.5 with a 242, plus a couple other & Variety

r 1. Schuchard Bayou Marina" Plumbing 20 19.5 DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH ..... ........ ... .........
ARMOUR STAR Rib Half or Whole Pork Loln..Lb..S9*
VanOstenbridge Bldrs. 17.5Gray's The Glllf Park FOR ARMOUR STAR Loin Half Pork Roast-Lb.......................69*,
Econowash 16 All-Modern MOBILE HOMES ARMOUR STAR Fresh Picnic Style Pork Roa.t..Lb..29.

City Pier-Beachcomber 16 MAXWELL HOUSE Instant Coffee (Limit 1))-10 Ox............89*
Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers 53'
up to MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee, Drip, Fine, Reg. ($50rd.r.49.)
Recreation Hall Shuffltboord Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH IGA TABLERITE BUTTER-Lb....................................59*
REASONEH & AH8ON PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese (Limit 1)-8 Ox...............25*

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 8, 1962

THE WORLD OF THE SEA...
CHURCHESHARVEY Mrs. Geneva S.
MyersMrs. '' 1' Csof sk s
(Continued from Peg 5)
MEMORIAL CHURCH Geneva S.Myers,88,of
(Non-Dnomlnational) This is illustrated in Fig. 4. 7304 Palm Drive, Holmes
Brad.nton Beach To use the net, simply tow it Beach, died at a local rest
R.,. \. W. Simms through the water, so that the home Sunday, November 4.
SUNDAY: water flows into the circular Born in Oneida County, New
York she moved to the Islandten
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. ,
10:30 a.m. Worship Service. years ago from Falconer,
N. Y.
.ST. BERNARD MISSION Survivors are two daughters,
Pri*.ti R... Francis F. Wlsraill 4G Mrs. Neil B. Hunt of Holmes I
A
Beach, with whom Mrs.Myers Ii
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m.
made her home, and Mrs.Don
WEEKDAYS 8 .
a
: m.
M. Carnaham of Pendleton,
HOLY DAYS: 8 a.m. & 6 p.m. 'M and
Ind., three grandchildren
WEDNESDAYS: six grandchildren. PLEASANT HOME on Oak Avenue,Anna Maria, :
opening, and out through the great
recentt'ypur:1:1
730 p.m. Rosary & Benediction. mesh of the stocking. The Funeral services took placeat chased by Mr.and Mrs.George"Birdie"
minute plankton plants and Griffith-Cline Island Chapel from Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL animals will be trapped by the Tuesday afternoon, with the Edward Island, Canada. The transaction was negotiated by
R... L.. Ratliff, Factor mesh and flow into the vial at Rev. Richard K. Wiggins of Fran Maxon, former associate of the Island office of WalterS. I

THURSDAY: the end of the stocking. Aftera Roser Memorial Community Hardin Realty Co.in cooperationwith Anna Maria Realtors,
3:00 p.m. Jr. G.A. few sweepsthroughthe water, Church officiating. Burial was Ralph Parrish and Gertrude Blassingame. (Islander Photo)

SUNDAY: the vial will be filled with a to be in Cherry Creek, N. Y. Roser Guild MeetingRoser -- Problems."
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. thick, brownish-green soup of
*
10:45 a,m. Worship Service. concentrated plankton.Nowyoucan Dedication At RoserThe Memorial Guild will I
meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. Group 7 of the Roser Guild
5:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. remove the vial from the recently completed extension -
13, in the educational buildingof will sponsor a Ham Dinner,to
6:30 p.m. Worship Service. stocking and examine your of Roser Memorial
be served at the church at 5
the church. A carry-in lun-
MONDAY plankton in detail. Community Church will be
: cheon will be served by Circle p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, with
6:30 R.A. For this you need a shallow dedicated at a service to beheld
TUESDAY p.m.: dish, a very bright light (a.. at 6:30 p.m. Sunday,Nov. 5 members under the leader- church the proceeds to be used Tick-for
flashlight at close range is 11. Activities will begin with ship of Mrs. Walter Elliott. improvements.
4:30 m. Intermediate G.A.
p good), and a strong magnifying serving of potluck dedication All members are requested to ets may be obtained throughthe
Church Choir.
7:00 p.m. take a dessert, a salad or a church office or from
glass, or one of those "toy' dinner at 5:30.Those attendingare
8:00 p.m. W.M.S. Circle#1. microscopes. Several storeson asked to take a covered vegetable dish, plus table ser- members of the evening groupof
WEDNESDAY: vice. Mrs. Eva Miller,County the Guild. Donation will be
the Island carry such mic- dish and their own table ser-
10:00 a.m. Ruth Jones W.M.S. roscopes. Place a drop of the vice. Welfare Agent, will speak on $1.50 for adults, 750 for chil-

Circle. "plankton soup" in a bit of sea "The Migrant Worker and his dren.
7:30 p.m. Prayer & Bible Study. water in the shallow glass dish, New Roser Youth Choir r
NOTE: Baptist Worship Services place it on a dark or a light Plans are made for the beg- IF YOU ARE BUYINGORSELLING 1

will be held at Gulf Trailer Park background, and you will see a inning of a new Youth Choir at ISLAND REALTYGEORGE I
With Worship Service at 9:30: a.m., world more fantastic than our Roser Memorial Church,to be
each Sunday and Sunday Schoolat own. under the direction of Mrs. E. WAGNER, REGISTERED BROKERBOX

10:40 a.m. St. Bernard Bake Sale Pat Durbeck. Rehearsals will 1012, Anna Maria Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, 778-2444 ;
begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH There will be a bake sale and Nov. 8. All young people from
(Non*D nomlnatlonol)
turkey giveaway at the Holmes fourth grade through junior
R... Richard K. Wiggins, pastor In !
Beach Shopping Center at 9 high school age are invited to Stop
THURSDAY: a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. Many participate. I

6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. tasty home-baked items will .. .
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. be offered for sale, among I Bayou Marina Inc.THEMOSTCOMPLETEMARINA. SEE OUR NEW LINES J
SUNDAY: which will be cakes, pies, s
, 9:00 a.m. Worship Service. cookies and other favorites.The OF MERCHANDISE _f:_ t
10:00 sale will be sponsoredby
School.
a.m. Sunday
St. Jude Circle of St. Ber- AND FISHING CENTERIN
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. FURNITURE--
I nard Guild, under the chairmanship MANATEE COUNTY ,\
5:30 p.m. Dedication Dinner.
of Mrs. Marcella
6:30 p.m. Dedication Service. Hahn. EVINRUDEBOATSSALES FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES
7:00 p.m. Intermediate & Sr.

MONDAY Youth Fellowships.: PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES TELEVISION & SERVICE EfI9d FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

5:30 p.m. Ham Dinner. AIR-CONDITIONERS- -FUELDIESEL -

TUESDAY: oed Seroc ( & GASOLINE) 9B05 GULF DRIVE. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA 778-1267
Expert Prompt
1:00 p.m. Guild Luncheon & Mt.
WEDNESDAY: 725 .14th St., Bradenton, 744-0351 ANNA MARIA 778-2423

10:00 --- ----
Workshop.m.2:00 p.m. Mission Coquina Restaurant

7:30 p.m. Older Youth Group. SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
AST-LUNCH-DINNER

GLORIA DEI I EVANGELICAL GENERAL MASONRY
LUTHERAN CHURCH THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
R... Frank E. Lyvrly, Pastor
SUNDAY: Complete Installations ITALIAN SPAGHETTI DINNER-$1.00

P:30 a.m. Church School.

10:00 a..m. The Service.' SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALSTEAK
WILLIAM R. KERMODE
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION DINNER1.50
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(Episcopal) .' 'r- ANNA MARIA 778-2557 '..'
R... Gorald K. Lew, Rector Watch forDAILY Dinner SpecialsJOHNIE

THURSDAY:
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. AND RUTH WEBB

TWENTY FIRST SUNDAY AFTER Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes GULF DRIVE ANNA MARIA

TRINITY:
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
10:30 a.m. Family Eucharist and 24 HOURAmbulance

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BUILDER OF HOMES HOLMES BEACH DUPLEX
Houus suitable for Island climate
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH Prestige PropertyTHREE
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: 4ivee.NORMAN Additions.. Trustworthy estimotes UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, : MODERN

ROSEDALE, Anna Maria KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED, PORCH; BEDROOMS, THREE BATHS. KING-
Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 SIZED LIVING ROOM; NICE DINING ROOM;
TILE BATH.BEDROOMHAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
FLORIDA ROOM; MODERN KITCHEN;THREE
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED. AND RENTED! PATIOS (ONE SCREENED); UTILITY ROOM;
UcwwWecfrfco/ Contractor NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-T.rms Arranged. TWO CARPORTS; BOATHOUSE; ON BEAUTI-
FULLY LANDSCAPED CANALFRONT LOT IN
Stopper and Fine Streets
PROTHERO
JOHN B. HOLMES BEACH.
.Electric
Wiring f"ucteraL
(ROY) FERGUSON REGISTERED! REAL! ISTATE.IROKER..SALES! & RENTALS
\1. 116 Hit STREET TELEPHONE 771-2554 HOLMES BEACH REDUCED TO $31,000!
( Day 778-2U3 Phones Nite 778-2059 ..............

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
HARRY M. RIFE
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159

PAINTING CONTRACTORAnna Waterfront r

Maria Phone 778-1341
Bonus Home


MANATEE


FEDERALSAVINGS SEASIDE GARDENSAPARTMENT !

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f Us AboutTRANSFER of holmes beach

SALES OFFICE
, Of FUNDSBRING
YOUR PASSBOOKWE LOCATION 71 st Street, Holmes Beach, 461 SIXTY-THIRD STREET-TELEPHONE 778-1648

WILL GLADLY HANDLE BAY PALMS ADDITION near Key Royale
An Exciting PropertyA
ALL DETAILS SIZE .......3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Screened Porch,

i AT NO LOSS TO YOU Garage, 100 ft. wide Seawalled Lot WONDERFUL VENTURE IN LUXURIOUS

LIVING-HOT OVERPRICED: Three Bedroom Home

PRICE .......$18,450 Including Fully-Sodded with 2}] Baths; Florida Room, Unusual Kitchen.

LAWN and LANDSCAPED LOT. Partially Furnished, and Located on a Seawalled,
100 x 125 ft. Canal Lot. SOME OF THE EXTRAS:
I'I'I, '" '' ?tiNOyf Covered Boat Well with Utility Room. .. Flair Range

:. .. Dishwasher...Disposal ... Deepfreeze..AND
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--I BONUS HOME 20 Foot Boat with 70 HP MERCURY MOTOR.
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KEY ROYALE HOMES
OPEN DAILY ALSO: CLOSE TO Gulf and Highway--157.5x 100
Ft. Lot.$5,000..WILL MAKE TWO 78 FOOT LOTS
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. PHONE 778-1917 THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC & UNUSUAL BARGAIN I

\ CURktNT ANNUAL DlViDfND1/ .
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Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

LOTS LOTS LOTS Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Solesman 778-2156
Anna Maria, Florida
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Holmes Beach Residential or Duplex

, WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANTIN
AS LOW AS 10| % DOWN--5 YEARS TO PAY

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

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; EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYS
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t C--$3,550 H--52,950 L.SOLDD Walter S. Hardin

..52,950 I-$3,550 M-$2,850
E -$2,950 N.$2.85O Realty Company


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ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

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


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Page 8 THE. ISLANDER Thursday November 8, 1962

LEGAL NOTICES ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

Notie.is hrby .... that W4n*. November U, 1962 i* the last day for Holmes Beech, Anna Maria Island, Florida,
filing petitions to have plac.d on the ..
Ie
Ballot the nones of candidates for two 'Tis pleasant, sure, to tee on*?* name in priat.Lom BTXON

councilman* one each to servo Wards 2 '
and 4. The Municipal Election in the ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
City of Bradenton Beach, Florida will ROD REEL MOTEL:Mr. and-Mrs. ther Milton L. Morgan of Owosso, ,

be h.ld Tuesday December 4, 1962. and family of Toledo Mich.
Sophia L. Carothers Toiletries Stationery
City Clerk Ohio...!. T. Grimes of Largo... -
Mr. and Mrs Roy Vance, formerly YOUR MONEY
Robert
Morgan of Pocono, Pa.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGAt APARTMENTS of Rochester and Sackets Harbor Beach Wear.,
of the Board of PROTHERO : Miss BUYS MORE
the regular meeting N. Y. have moved to the Islandto ,
Aldermen of the City of Holmes Beach, Marie Bock of Wausau. Wis. ,
Florida to be h.ld at the City Office at live permanently, and will occu- General Sundries aIN --
MERRIMAC ON THE
GULF Mr.
7i30 p.m., November 13, 1962, a Public : their new home at 105 78th St.
Hearing will bo held on a petition from and Mrs. T. McCormick of Providence py .
the owners of Block A, Bay Palms Subdivision *
asking that th. zoning of this R. I...Mr. and Mrs. A. Di- CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.

block be changed from its present status Capua of Hempstead Gardens N. Robert HauckofOsterville, Mass.
for Insurance office) to
C3(Special, permitting Use a gas an station.Pauline Y...Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bates e

H. Arch.r of Ontario for six months. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Robison have t

City Clerk HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and returned to their winter home on A REAL lA

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Mrs. O. E. May of Tampa...Mr. Bay View Drive Sunrise Park, after DRUG STOREOpen

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and Mrs. John Lovelore of Lakeland spending the summer at their homeon
The undersigned does h.r.by certify
that she is conducting a Television Sales ...Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Rittma- the Tippecanoe River in Indiana.

and Service Business at 105A Bridge yer of Somerdale, N. 1...Mr and e e e Sundays 8:30 a.m. to IKK) pjn.
Street Bradenton Beach, Florida, under Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanton Burnham
fictitious name of RUSS'S TV SHOP, Mrs. Ra lph Jenkins of Chicago...
and that said firm 1a composed of the of Brookline, Mass have arrived on Phone 778-U11 Night 778.2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Maple of .
following person, whose name and placeof the Island to occupy their new homeon
residence are as follows 101.1.a L..Yoor. Camden N. 1...Mr and Mrs. G.

.Beach., Florida.It 105A Bridge. Street Bradenton C. Seaton of Lexington, Ky...Mr. Fir Avenue. JUST IN TIME FOR THE I

is my intention to apply to th. Clerkof and Mrs. R. Clayton of Lakeland...
the Circuit Court in and for Manat...
said Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Danforthof COOL WEATHER
County Florida to register the
name of RUSS'S TV SHOP under the Elwood, N. J.
provisions of Chapter 20953 Laws of DON'T BE
BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:
Florida, Acts of 1941. LADIES SLACKSby
Witness my hand this 26th Day of October Dr. and Mrs. Ben Jennings of Stan

1962. ford Ky.GABA. FLOOREDBY
QUEEN CASUALS
UELVA L. MOORE ;
105A Bridge Street APARTMENTS: Mr. and \

Bradenton Beach, Florida. Mrs. Floyd Robb of Rochester Minn. Q: ) LIFE'SJ

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ...Mr. and Mrs. I. Van Pelt of KNOTTYPROBLEMS PLAIN & FANCY SWEATERS

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Cleveland, Ohio...Mr and Mrs.
The undersigned does h.r.by certify Arthur Maynard of Denver, CoLe Mohair & Orion ,
that h. is conducting a general repair .
business under the fictitious name of e e
ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & ELEC. Mr and Mrs. L. 'Anderson of i. by KIRBY of MIAMISee

'TRIG SERVICE at 104 Crescent Drive,. Anna Maria returned to the Island
Anna Uaria, Florida, and that said firm
is composed of the following person recently after spending the summerin
Our New Collection of
whose name and place of residence areas
Mahopac Ridge, N. Y. I
follow! John Q. Adams, 205 Highland Be prepared for the unexpected by getting
Avenue, Bradenton Beach, Florida. e o under The Travelers umbrella that provides LINGERIE by Kayser Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Oudin have
Ownership e f ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR complete insurance protection for you,your
& ELECTRIC SERVICE is as follows returned to their home on 65th St. family, home and car. It's a modern, eco- .
John Q. Adams-100%. for the winter. the summer nomical insurance program that we tailorto t]' "
It is my intention to apply to the Clerk They spent ,
exact needs. For details call i.
of the Circuit Court in and for Manatee in Sylvan Beach, N. Y. your '. t
County, Florida to register the said I :# \,t J.1. ,
,.
name of ISLAND GENERAL REPAIR & ,,'-: If. :-u P: \
ELECTRIC SERVICE under the provisions Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kenney have Bay AreaInsurance "

of Chapter 865.09 Laws of Florida come back to the Island to spend
Acts of 1959. Layaway .. ,. : .. Phone
the winter 13th Street South
Witness my hand this 5th day of Nov on ,

ember 1962. Bradenton Beach, after spending the Plan :s GR #:rte Womel 7781161SHOPEARLY
John Adams
Q.
205 Highland Avenue summer at South Haven, Mich.
Bradenton Beach Florida .
11.6. 15, 22 & 2', '62 Miss Marguerite Tuttle has return- F. DAVID BOOZER,

NOTICE* OF INTENTION TO ed to her home on Marina Drive SOLE OWNER

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME from Woodbury, Conn where she 778-1548
The undersigned do hereby certify that the 778-1697

they are conducting a restaurant business spent summer. STOP IN AND SEE THE ALL-NEW MORRIS HATS &
under th. fictitious name of ESTHEL'S 00 ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER BAGS-

SANDWICH CENTER at 9903 Gulf Drive A guest last week of Mrs. Irene They are Imported WOOLS, and COMPLETELY WASHABLEIII!!!
Anna Maria Florida, and that said firm Lanier of Bay Boulevard was her bro- ......... TU. TlAVflUS INSUIANaMAMTFOMO c..In
is composed of the following persons II CONNECTICUT REMEMBER TO USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-A-WAY.
whose names and places of residenceare
as follows Esthel D. Suares and -- FREE GIFT AND CHRISTMAS WRAPPING..FREE .
Adolfo A. Suares, 125 49th Street Holmes SHOVELSRoundSquarePointed
Beach Florida. '
MAIL WRAPPING
Ownership of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH .
CENTER 1a os follows Esthel D. Suar- r The Sand Dollar Gift Shop .'
ez-5 %;Adolf A. Suares-50%.
It is our intention to apply to the Clerkof Shirley and John DuytscharerSpecial
the Circuit Court in and for Manat.eCounty
Florida, to register the said RAKES 88c
name of ESTHEL'S SANDWICH CENTER
under the provisions of Chapter 665.09. Buy MEN'S SHOES
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1959. PAINT Roller & Tray 88c on
Witness our hands this 29th day of

, October, 1962.Esthel D. Suares EXTENSION CORDS "0'"

Adolfo A. Suares
VENTILATED NYLON UPPERS
Owners 9f t59c15 ft-69c 99
1I-1. 6. 15, 2262UNCLASSIFIED. CUSHIONED RUBBER SOLES $3

.. HOLMES SUPPLIES 778-1131 BROWN, BLACK, NATURAL, GREEN -p .

REGULAR $5.95 PR.ISLAND .
FOR SALES 15 Ft. Wooden Boat with CUSTOM MADE
35 HP Elgin motor, trailer anchor and
lin., Life Jacket, gas tank tights tinted "
glass, cushion, froth water flush for CHRISTMAS JEWELRY VARIETY STORE
motor. A REAL BARGAIN AT ONLY
f 5501 Sfo Nam at BflYou Waringine' LAY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS.-WHILE'STOCKS )
FOR SALE! Gordon Mark 21" soilpropollod 778-1021
mowor, $451 Dearborn
BTU Gas Space Heater. $20 Spocialoddi 45.000 ARE COMPLETE, OR WHILE WE CAN STILL GET
od pgnolod door. 8' 1" Jr 13 II.
15. Coll 77B-zai4i qft r ig. 778.1 Q4 IT FOR YOU.
FOR BETTER PLUMBING
FOR RENT Furaishoa Lower 2 Boo>
room Apartment in Holes Beach. Year I
around. 17 S 9 4nt);. Phon 77K-?s' i.I CALL 778-2012 I
NOTICE! Will tho local gentleman who
borrowed my iumpor cablos PLEASE
r.tura same to Chief Jordan Anna R.C.SCHUCHARD5306.HOLMES
... ff
t on Control Air Condi 0

'lonor.>hone Used 7782531.SPECIAL vary.little.. Best offer take*. rG BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH

-FOB Gulf fronT
loU. Contact Island Market 1O4 BridgeFORHEHTs 778-1020 PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS .

tf&J::. Beach 2-Bedroom
house. Boat docking pri.u..... .Furnished

778-1831 or,. unfurnished.or P.O. 1162.Option Holmes to Beocfi.buy. Music at its BEST WE RENT FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales&Service. PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. Frank
Rd. 'F'71111.11. SUNBATHING COTS
FOR HOMES LOTS & INVESTMENT HIGH CHAIRS a STROLLERS *LINENS BLANKETS
PROPERTY ON THE MAINLAND Callor
Write CoL F.A.(Brad) Chilson. KING Linen Rental Service
REALTY. Realtors Manatee Avenue HIGH 1 4.IPHILCO HOLMES BEACH 778-1472
West at Slat Street Fairway Center,
BradentoH.Florida.Telephone 745-1121 nALTERATIONS FIDELITY .
...
on all kind of cloth.ing. -
Dressmaking. Drapes. Mrs. Frank CHRISTMAS GIFTSFREE
ponr 77'.lC31 STEREO
TOR RENTi Very Nic. Apartment in
cruJet location convenient ta Post Office. PHIIOO w* GIFT WRAPPINGUSE
Stow. Beach 1731.
6 FUhing pi r. phone

TED TO Coconuts Magnificent long low OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN
with IS or more feet oi Trunk. console with optional .A superb collection of
77i h.... free and. pay cash. Phone
"1&10. matching hutch. new AMI M 188loc Island Hardware
FOR RENT for Novea. and Dec2 :..- .Dobbe's
her bedroom house and 1 bedroom & Marine SupplyIf
apartal.Dt.. leee to CWf. Reasonable
..
reDIa 778.27.1._ _..... it's Gtacrol Hardware or Housewares or Garde. Supplies,. wt hart it-
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE YOUR PHILCO DEALER
Mowing, edging trimming. or will get it for you 771-2111

washed Floors cleaned and oiled.and Prompt polished.and Windows efficient ISLAND TV 778-1703 .." AUTHORIZED COAST & GEODETIC CHART AGENCY

service. Reasonable rates-references., AUTHORIZED DEALER LARSON-EVINRUDE-MURRAY I
,Ken Fellows.Phone 771-2894 alter 430.,


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