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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: February 8, 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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535 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 8, 1962 TEN CENTS


COUNTY- BEACH COMMISSION NO DEARTH OF CANDIDATES BRADENTON BEACH MEETING

PLANS ARTIFICIAL REEFS I
In Anna Maria Election Crawford
The Manatee County Beach Park City Tuesday Appointed-- -- City.. Attorney..
and Recreation Commission has Four eleventh-hour candidatesfor counting and business manage
Appointment of Chester V. rank he still holds as a memberof
made application for permission to the two vacancies on the city ment. During World War II she
Crawford of Holmes Beach as the Army Reserve.He .
three artificial reefs in Man- commission last week the held executive
create changed an important po Bradenton Beach
City Attorneywas was admitted to the Texas
atee County waters.If Anna Maria political situation sition with the British Ministryof
confirmed the councilat
by city Bar in 1947 and practiced in that
from famine feast with the ballot in New York
permission is granted by the to Transportation its He
meeting Friday evening. state until moving to Holmes
trusteesof the State Internal Improvement for the city election Tuesday, City, and later was a statistician will succeed Kenneth W. Cleary, Beach.
t Fund and other authorities February 13, to list two candi- with the metal products divisionof
county attorney, who resigned Ordinance 76, which amended
I) onereef will be made in the Gulf of dates for each of the three officesto the Koppers Company in Balti- from the position in December. Ordinance 61, was read for the

Mexico approximately two miles be filled. more. Crawford moved to Holmes second time, officially changingthe
The of Mrs. Alma M. She is widow and has
directly west of the Island's petition a two
Beach from
county a year ago Texas, andqVYiA. time of the council's meeting
of Lakeview Lane Lake school children and is
Haynes a mem-
beach. age
...... .. 7 I V from the first Friday of the
LaVista, filed Friday, andon ber of the Episcopal Church of -
The second reef will be near the was month to the first Thursday. Members -
mouth of the Manatee River near Saturday morning, the last op- The Annunciation. of the council felt the Friday
the old fertilizer plant dock off portunity for filing, petitions of Cable, who has lived on the Is- evening date conflicted with
Snead's Point. The third will be in Mrs. Frances Maxon, Robert S. land for 14 vears. has served two other activities. many
Cable and Jerome G. Attanasiowere
the Manatee River one-half mile Because the hall of Harvey Memorial -
filed.
north of 26th Street West in Braden- ,gws Church, where the council
Mrs. is native of
Haynes a
meetings have been held, is not
ton.Materials and of
submerged make such Michigan a graduate available on Thursday evenings,

reefs are old car bodies refrigerators future meetings will be held in

concrete pipe drain tile, broken the Bradenton Beach Fire Stationon
'concrete etc. Second Street North. The

At a meeting of the beach comm- March meeting will be held on

ission last week Commissioner Wal- Thursday, March 8.

ter S. Hardin said he had sent the Mayor Victor Reinel reportedthe

application the previous day with a t 1 State Road Department had

(Continued on Page 3)) I 1IriiCABLE .\.. informed him the city has juris
diction over private signs on state-

INDIANA BOAT CLUB TO gym'.r CRAWFORD owned right of way, and he was

authorized by council to have
VISIT ISLAND IN APRIL office Gulf
recently opened an on
such signs removed. Signs refer
Drive for the of law.
The Central Indiana Boat Club terms on the city commission, practice red to are those on Gulf Drive
has announced plans for starting from 1952.54 and 1956-58, the He is a .native of CuyahogaFalls opposite the entrance to the Cortez
Ohio and attended the University

its 1962 cruising season with a HAYNES last two years as vice-mayor. He Bridge.
of Akron and Cleveland
trip to Anna Maria Island accord- now is a partner in the WalterS. After a lengthy discussion about
Michigan State Normal College.A Hardin Co. and the Law School. He was admitted to
ing to Bill Hamilton, the club's Realty the unsafe condition of the city
the Ohio Bar in 1929 and
winter visitor the practiced
Fleet to county West Coast Properties of Clear- pier, the council instructed Attor
Captain. since 1936, she has been a Inc. of Lake La- in Akron until he entered
prop- water, developer Crawford to write Howard
ney
.... While here, club members planto erty owner ,on ,the Island for, ten Vista and Luana Isles subdivi-. 'military service in 1940. He retired Miller lessee of the pier, giving

make their headquarters at theS. years and a permanent resident sions. He lives on White Avenue, from the Army in 1947 with him 30 days to vacate the pier or

S. White Sands Motel, arriving here for four years. She is a "is married and has three children.A the rank of lieutenant colonel, a (Continued on Page 5))

Sunday, April 29, for a week. widow and has two grown sons. native of Pennsylvania, Cableis
Many of the members will have While a resident of Port Huron, a'graduate of Duke Universityand is a student at Manatee Junior from the city of the mayor and

their first experience boating and Mich she was a member of the of the graduate school of the College. vice-mayor.

fishing in salt water. School Board from 1949 to 1953, University of Pennsylvania, wherehe Candidates for mayor are City Warner, a native of England, I

The club is made up of boat en- serving two years as vice-presi studied pharmaceutical chem- Commissioner James O. Ferguson, lived in New Jersey for many

thusiasts, who have to trailer dent. She also was a member of istry. During World War II he a veteran of two terms, and Wal
the Recreation Board for six lace M. Warner.
their boats on almost all of their City was a research chemist for the
years, and an officer of several War Department. Ferguson, a native of New
trips, from to several hun-
fifty
dred miles in order civic organizations. She is a mem He was instrumental in estab Jersey, has lived in the city eight .,
favorite to enjoy their ber of Roser Memorial Community -lishing the Island Youth Center years, and with his wife, makes i: "'!-fi

pastime. Church. playground, and formerly wrote his home on Bay Boulevard. A .
Previous trips have been made Mrs. Maxon has lived in Anna many articles on fishing which.appeared veteran of World War I, he

by the club members to such wat- Maria for seven years, a residentof in The Islander and in operated| his own business in1Iontclair

erways as the Ohio River; Ken- North Shore Drive. She servedas several other periodicals. I N. J. for many years,

tucky River; Lake Michigan; city clerk for nearly three years Cable's principal interest in and later was employed for a

Cumberland Lake, Ky.; the Wab- until her resignation in Decem- running for commissioner, he number of ears by the DuPont

ash River and various lakes in ber, 1959, and now is an asso- says, is to do something about Comnanv.

Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Ken- .i.iL .it taxes and to work toward incor- WARNER
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tucky. poration or 'consolidation of the

All members of the club are three cities on the Island. years before moving to Anna Ma

boat owners and have had con- Attanasio, a resident of North ria two years ago. He now resides
siderable in Shore Drive for two years, is a with his wife and two children on
experience negotia-
but has been Chilson Avenue.He .
native of
Italy, a
ing the heavy traffic of the Ohio .
,-,'"' _'- United States citizen since 1903. served four years in the
River locks. Many are membersof U. S. Marine Corps during World
: J 1 He formerly was editor of an
the Coast Guard Auxiliary, anda Italian language newspaper in War II, and since the war, owned

few are members of the United ;: 1 Youngstown, Ohio, and has beena 1i and operated his own hardwarestore

States Power Squadron in Indian- resident of Florida since 1937, in Woodbury, N. J. for 14

apolis. having lived in LaBelle and Plant i years. He now sells mutual fund

Another group of Indianapolis City before moving here. He was 1 stocks.
boatmen visited the Island last secretary of the LaBelle Chamberof An active member of Roser Memorial *

April while on a combined trailer MAXON Commerce and helped to "put FERGUSON Church, Warner never has
During his second term as city held public office, but he believes *
and boat cruise along Florida'swest that town on the map. says
date of the Island of commissioner he served
membersof office the Although he has never held as super- his business experience
coast. They were
Walter S. Hardin Realty Co. defeated intendent of maintenance and con. qualifies him to do a good job
Club public office, he was by
the Indianapolis Sailing A native of Tennessee, Mrs. struction of the city's streets and should he be elected.

and those interviewed by The Islander Maxon graduated from the Uni- 1'Ii drainage, and for part of the past The polls will be open on Tues-

were enthusiastic about versity of Chattanooga, and later year has served unofficially as day from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. at

their trip. took graduate courses there in ac- acting mayor during the absence the Anna Maria Community Hall.

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Y'ALL COME 'Al) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER


Temperatures Water Rainfall
Chicken BarbecueAT
Sam Noon 6pm High
f
THE BRADENTON BEACH FIRE STATION Jan. 30--54 62 60 69 65 None

Menu will feature half chicken, potato salad, cole slaw Jan. 31--56 67 60 70 66 None

and hot rolls. Served from 11:00: A.M. 'til 5:00 P.M.on Q Feb. 1--60 64 60 71 67 None '

Sunday, February 11th, RAIN OR SHINE. Everyone Feb. 2--54 66 64 76 67 None
ATTANASIO Feb. 3--60 68 62 78 66 None
welcome! Donation: $1
per person.
only three votes when he ran for Feb. 4--60 71 64 82 66 None

BENEFIT OF THE BRADENTON BEACH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT mayor of LaBelle many years ago. Feb. 5--60 71 64 82 66 .1

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I The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA There Is No SubstituteFor r


TELEPHONE 778.2021


Editor.....:..........................STEVE KIMBALLr A.. Experience -

News and advertising............MARGE KIMBALL W

" Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida In City GovernmentJIM '

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Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in .. .
advance .,.
-Canada, $5.00 per year.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for FERGUSON FOR MAYOR ;'i..
f I six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. '. ,--,> 5' '. .. -.i-
I National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. THE CANDIDATE WITH-
KATHY GUILD, 16, is the daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guild of Avenue EXPERIENCEPROVENABILITY F
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn
Beach. She is
C, Bradenton a !
senior at Manatee High and is a AND PROVENINTEGRITY..THE ,
Independent weekly published every Thursday by member of the mixed chorus. She Is
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida secretaryr asurer of the Youth CANDI
f
I Fellowship of Roser Memorial Com
t Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. munlty Church. Her hobbies are dan- DATE WITH YOUR BEST I

clng, water skiing, bowling and INTEREST HIS CONCERNIIF I
swimming. (Islander Photo)

INDIFFERENT VOTERS? i

x. YOU, THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF ANNA MARIA,

Anna Maria residents will go to the polls next Tuesday to elect a WERE PLANNING TO HIRE SOMEONE TO FILL AN EXACT-
4 t'' a new mayor and two new city commissioners-that is, at least a few
., of the more faithful registered voters will feel it is their duty to ING POSITION, A POSITION INVOLVING MANY PROBLEMS-

take the trouble to go and help elect the candidates of their choice. x WOULD YOU HIRE THE PERSON WHO WAS FAMILIAR WITH

; Two candidates have come forward to run for the post of mayor,
plus two candidates for each of the two vacancies on the city com THOSE PROBLEMS--WHO KNEW HOW TO SOLVE THEM-THE

II\ mission, thus giving each voter a choice--and a good and sufficient PERSON WHO HAS PROVED KNOWLEDGE OF THE JOB

reason for voting!
Past performance figures show Anna Maria City to be an indif- THE PERSON WITH EXPERIENCE? THE ANSWER ISOBVIOUSSO

ferent city where voting is concerned. With approximately 500 qualified WHY DO ANYTHING LESS IN ELECTING YOUR MAYOR?

t electors, the largest turnout in recent years, was two years SANDRA RILEY, one of the most
ago, when an almost unprecedented 288 went to the polls, with the recent Island residents to become a
j attraction a three-cornered race for the mayor's chair. contestant In the Miss Flame com AT THE CITY ELECTION ON FEBRUARY 13TH-
petition, which will take place at
I Later the same year, in the hottest presidential election in some the Firemen's Ball at the Holmes
time, coupled with plenty of action on the county and state levels, Beach Yacht Club February 21st. VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE WITH EXPERIENCE!

t a total of only 209 Anna Maria voters bothered to take the few min- Sandra, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

i utes necessary to go to the Community Hall, be checked off and Ed Riley of Crescent Drive, Anna VOTE FOR CITY COMMISSIONER JIM FERGUSON
Maria, is a student at Manatee High
pull a few levers. School, where she is a member of
F Ayearago, being either consistent or inconsistent, with no mayor the concert choir. Her hobbies are

: i to elect, or even a president or a governor, but merely two com riding, swimming and photography. FOR MAYOR :
missioners, 212 voters managed to reach the polls! (Islander Photo) ,

I\ At the other end of the Island, in Rradenton Beach, as a comparison POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

I albeit an odious one, with only a mayor and three councilmen -

and nary a president nor a governor, nor even a county commissioner -
i to elect, 605 of a possible 705 voters turned out in Dec-

I ember's city election, more than 85 per cent of those registered! c

So, let's not let any other city, anywhere, show a better record y..JJ.. .w ) ;
for voting than we voters in Anna Maria.

Remember, all six candidates are offering their services, their t r r. J

time, their experience, all for the bargain price of one dollar per

year apiece. Shouldn't we at least do them the honor of showing

them we are interested enough to vote?
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Thursday, February 8, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3

BEACH COMMISSION. .
CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing
(Continued from Page 1))
MEMORIAL CHURCH
(NonDenomioationaUlradenton ) check for $150 from the County

Beach Commission representing a fee of .
Rtv. A. W. SIMMS $50 for each of the reefs.

SUNDAY: Bob Bender, president of the Man-
, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School.
1J:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. atee Chapter of the Izaak Walton

League, suggested at a commission Good catches for the past week
I BERNARD MISSION meeting several monthS'ago that the have been reported by the Cortez
"',;est: KKV. FRANCIS F. WLLSMlLLtKShednle reefs be considered. League mem- based deep-sea fishing boats. On k

of Masses bers will take care of the work nec- the ADMIRAL the top catches wereas
SUt'DAYS: 3:00 and 10:00 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ton. essary to construct the reefs, but them follows: Tuesday: Dr. 0. B. Pav-

HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p. application had to be made by the lin. Bradenton Beach 24 pound black
Rosary and Benediction. beach commission. grouper; Arno Ream Jr., Marshall-

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 town, Iowa 19 pound grouper; and ....
p.m. Commission Chairman M. B. : ... _.U V".I..I 1 --- .
Mrs. Virgil Blackmore of Lancaster,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL "Mickey" Harrison was requested to Ohio and Harry Allen of Miles City, NEWLY RETIRED VISITORS to the Island are Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Lynclof
Rr.,'. LFE RATLIFF. Pastor confer with County Engineer John Mont., each an 18 pounder. Winston-Salem N. C.. on the day which retirement for Mr. Lynch offl.
Benson to obtain an estimate of the Wednesday: Ruth Mason Aiken S. dolly began. Before he stopped working Lynch was office manager foi
THURSDAY: costof an engineering on 100 C., 14% pound grouper and Vance the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in Winston-Sal.m. He worked foi
3:00 p.m. Jr. C. A. survey Greenman Bradenton, 12 pounder. the company for 48 years and five months and according to Mrs. Lynch,
FRIDAY: acres of county-owned land on Per- Thursday: Arthur Bench, Blue Island worked for the first 22 years before losing a day because of sickness,
7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Class. ico Island and Palma Sola Peninsul- 111., 22 pound ; L. W. and never was late in the entire 48.plus years. Both are enJoying( their
grouper
SUNDAY: a. Marsdan, Lloyd's Trailer Park, 21 new freedom and pass the time on the beach fishing sightseeing and
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. During a discussion of the Perico pound grouper, and Mrs. Harry Bock- "lust| sitting." (Islander Photo)

11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Island land, commission memberssaid man, Blue Island 111., 19 pounder.
5:30 p.m. Jr. Training Union. they had no idea of developingthe Friday: Albert Holmes Hudson N.

6:30 7:30 p.m. Jr. Choir. land now, but wanted to learn Y., 22%} pound grouper; Doc Dixon
Service.
p.m. Worship Sarasota 18 pound grouper and L.
MONDAY its .
: possibilities.A
W. Marsdan 15 pound grouper.
10:00 a.m. W.M.U. Executive Bradenton service organizationhas
Miles
Saturday: Harry Allen City,
Committee. asked permission of the County Mont., 29% pound red grouper; Doc F 1r
6:30 p.m. R.A. Commission to submit plans for de- 'i Dixon, 27 pound grouper and Curtis
7:00 p.m. Brotherhood. velopment of the land as a recreation Roberts of Bradenton 24 pounder.
TUESDAY: *
area ADMIRAL TOO, Wednesday' Ver-
4:00 Intermediate G.A.
p.m. Wichita Kan., 37
non Hager pound
7:30 p.m. W.M.U. Circle No. 1.WEDNESDAY Commissioner Walter. W. Botkin,
grouper; G. C. Schrontz, South Haven -
: secretary of the group suggested Mich., 36 pound grouper and

9:45 7:30 p.m.a.m. Prayer W.M.U.Meeting Circle No.2.and possible future development of the, John Kendrix, Sarasota, 24% pound

Bible Study. island in Sarasota Bay known as Coffee grouper.
Friday: Carl Ballreich. Tiffin Ohio -
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. Key as a public recreationarea. 34 pound grouper; Walter Watkins,

Botkin said the island, which Avon Aire Trailer Park, 32 pound 4\- + .
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaD.aomisutional lies a short distance east of the south grouper; E. Pol z I n, Grand Blanc,

( ) end of the Island, is owned by the Mich., 30 pound grouper and Walter
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. i
'J WICCINS county, and probably is near enoughtheproposedWestCoast Watkins 27%.pound. t grouper.
Inland Wat-
THURSDAY: Catches on the BEST BET are as MRS. MADELON SNYDER, County Civil Defense Director, was hostess
't 1 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. erway so that spoil from the dredging follows Tuesday: Amilio Felix Tra- last week at a dinner at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club In honor of her
SUNDAY: operation could be pumped to the iler Estates, 22 pound grouper. staff members and associates of the County CD organization. At the
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. island to enlarge its area and fill Wednesday: Bryce Rogers Bradenton head table were (left to right) County Commissioner Tom Slaughter; Col.H. .
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. low spots. No action was taken on 26 pound grouper; S. Strenglein W. Tarkington of Jacksonville, State CD Director; Mrs. Snyder; County -
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. the matter. Palmetto, 18 pound red snapper andW. Commission" Chairman Mike Klemmer and County Commissioner Elmer
6:30 p.m. Youth Dinner. Bustle. (Islander Photo)
C. Dean Berkshire N. Y., 17
MONDAY: Hardin suggested:: commission
pound grouper.
6:30 p.m. Stewardship Dinner. members Botkin and Carl Scott be, Thursday: Joseph Berkemeier Batavia Mrs. J. W. Welch caught 24 sheeps- Pier during the week. Leroy Ripleyof
TUESDAY: authorized to supervise several im ,N. Y., 36 pound grouper; Doyle head and a 6% pound redfish at the Clinton Ohio landed two pompano
.1:00 6:30 p.m. Stewardship Guild Luncheon.Dinner. provements in the landscapingat .' Poling and Robert McCoy of Convoy, Rod and Reel Pier over the weekendand and a troud; J. J. Matlock Marietta
p.m. Ohio 26 and 25 pound grouper. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Furlow of
Bra-
WEDNESDAY the county beach, among which Ga., a four pound pompano a two
: Friday: B. W. Shannon and E. W. denton caught 8 pound redfish and
an mackerel and four
10:00 a.m.-2:00 Museum Won: are the replacement of some dead pound a pound
p.m. Dodd both of Toledo Ohio 22% and three sheepshead. C. O. Klinger of
i trout; Loye Snow Bradenton, a pom-
of flame vinesto
Shop. ;
palm trees, planting
22 pound grouper and Robert Meredith Panldlng Ohio landed a sheepsheadand and four sheepshead Lois
7:30 Scout Committee pano ;
p.m. Boy climb the fence along the high- Bradenton, 20 pound grouper. two angelfish and Barney Con- Powers a pompano and two trout and
J Meeting. way, and to have paving removed I Saturday: Dale Kilgore, Detroit roy of Lake Tomahawk Wis., a 6J Frances Livingston two pompano.
around the banyan tree in the park- 38 pound grouper, and Harry Wharff, pound redfish.

; GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCH ing area, so the roots, which grow Bradenton 21.pound. grouper. &

Minister: Riv. FRANK: LIERM downward, can enter the ground ea- Trout sheepshead and pompano HAVE YOU TRIED IIIIZ

I SUNDAY: sily. were caught at the Anna Maria City "

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Island Bowling League Dan Knauf......................221 A. M. SHUFFLEBOARD
Bob Whipple.................... 215 TOURNAMENTThe
Hugh Holmes..................212
F aSa Tom Edwards..................210 annual tournament of the
J f Jack Colson..................... 207 Anna Maria Shuffleboard Club is
George Slee....................205 now under way, with the won
r ; t% y y S Clyde Harm an..................203 and lost record of the six leading -

F / ".7! I Dutch Bach...................... 198 contenders as follows:

t Roger Haynes.................197 Paul Karr.......................12-2
A W TOP TEN SERIES G. E. Raymond................12-4

_A jkr et Earl Parks....................... 589 Harvey Meyer...................17-6 :
First place Tropical Vista Bob Whipple....................583 Bergin McPhee................ 13-5
? Jack Colson......... ... Herb Dodson.................... 15-6
clung to its lead in the Island ______ _fi ... .... 575
nn n n n n Harry Karr...................... 12-5
Bowling League Friday by taking Tom Edwards....................554
all four points in its match ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE team representing the .Island Bank. Left to Bob Guild........................ 553 A large number of winter visi-
with Stanley Insurance, runningup right AI Nelson, Mike Banyas, Leon Stafford, Vic Reinel and Cotton Hugh Holmes.................... 548 tors are using the courts at the
the highest team 3-game ser- Brewer. (Islander Photo) Roger Haynes.................. 547 Anna Maria Community Hall dur-

ies of the season. 3175, with Dan Knauf......................547 ing the forenoon, and are welcome ,
each bowler scoring 547 orhigher. Andy Rasmussen............... 543 to play at any time courts 1
The high individual scores Dutch Bach...................... 529 are not being used for tournament
were Bob Whipple, 215-583, and FOUR LOW GAMES play.

Earl Drew, 178-513. (Gay Nineties Group)
Schuchard Plumbing 4, Bayou Chuck VerMett.................. 589
Marina 0. (Clyde Harman, 203- Glenn Carlson..94 Earl Parks....................... 589
Don Mellin........................96
520; Ernie Bradow, 159-432). w r John VanOstenbridge..........98 SCHEDULE-February 9

The Islander 4, VanOsten- Al( Nelson........................99 Dick WagnerSchuchardThe
bridge Builders 0. (Harry Calla- :
SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES IslanderLayZLivNTropical
han, 195,Kayo Keding, 525; Dan Marina
Knauf, 221-547)). Bob Guild.,.....................705 A.M. Vista-Bayou
Dick Wagner Realty 4, Pete Jim Wuichet....................638 ElectricVanOstenbridgeIsland Ins. j
Reynard's Restaurant 0. (Earl Andy Rasmussen..............629 Pete Reynard's-Island Bank-Stanley Marine
Parks, 228-589; George Slee, Aaron VanOstenbridge..599George
PETE REYNARD'S RESTAURANT in the I left
entry league, to right Thibodeau..596Bob
205-506)).
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 3, George Slee, Harvey Meyer, Wally Warner, Mace Hinkle and Russ Guild. Guild........................ 594 Income Tax ServiceFOR

Island Marine Supply 1. (Dutch (Islander Photo) Cliff Weston..................... 593 APPOINTMENT CALL
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Bach, 198-529; Hugh Holmes, Wiese..591_ George L. Thibodeau
212-548)). Bob Guild........................590
Island Bank 3, Anna Maria El- Clyde Hannan..................589 Phone 778-1530 or 746-6150 .

ectric 1. (Cotton Brewer, 171, ,
Bob Reinel, 481; C. Clause, WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE ''

183, Roy Ferguson, 453)). r AN ADDITION TO OUR STAFF-- .)
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Tropical Vista.................60.5 L., j
.Schuchard Plumbing.......... 57 Of the famous Bauerle Family of Chicago--Each a master !

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart............52 of hair design, with National and International Awards. "
Anna Maria Electric.......... 50
MISS BAUERLE is considered Hair
VanOstenbridge Bldrs........49 by leading Designersat
Dick Wagner Realty...........48 Fashion Centers as a creator of outstanding Coiffures. .
Island Marine Supply.........48 BAYOU MARINA team. From lefts Ed Haverkot, Hank Nieslobedski:, Er. MISS CAUERLE'S Ultra Hy-Fashion services are avail

The Islander....................46 nle Bradow, Lefty Miller and George Wagner. ;Islander Photo,991fltite ) able at no extra cost by appointment only. :
Stanley Insurance............. 43
Island Bank.....................38 COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE AVAILABLE BY OUR COMPETENT -
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BRADENTON BEACH. Amateur Art Club ANNA MARIA MEETINGCommission '
(Continued from Page 1)) I'
To Meet
I to make repairs according to the 4 ,-" Adopts New Zoning Code
terms of the lease. There will be a meeting at 2 ; -

City Clerk Mrs. Sophie Ca. p.m., Sunday, February 11, at -i.. :I Following the regular meetingof Code; established a new scheduleof

rothers said the city had received Tideview Hall in Ellenton of all 0'L. the Anna Maria City Commission building permit fees; and pro-

only about $200 in rent from the persons interested in forming a Monday, a public hearingwas hibited through truck traffic, in-

pier in the three years it has been club, the purpose of which will be .. held to consider passage ofa cluding boat trailer traffic, on

leased, and several members of to encourage amateur painting in 1 new zoning ordinance. After Spring Avenue.A .

the council told of the dangerous any medium. Present tentative the ordinance was read, it was resolution was passed which

condition of the piling of the pier. plans call for shows for amateur passed for a second reading, to changed the names of Snapper

Reinel reported also that several painters of the area, with prizesto take place at the March commis- Street to Gulf Drive; Sycamore

street lights would be modified be awarded. Anyone on the sion meeting.No Avenue in Lake LaVista subdivi-

to give more illumination, ac Island who is interested is askedto action was taken on a pro sion to Lake View Avenue;

cording- to recommendations of call Mrs. R. V. Hughes at posal to repave and widen Bay Grouper Street from Coconut

the Florida Power and Light 7U-2572 or 7161161.the Boulevard from Pine Avenue Avenue to North Shore Drive, to

Company.A south to the end of the street. North Shore Drive; Maple Driveto

conference with the Island water company. Two property owners on the Bay View Drive; Cypress Ave
Water will be Bills totaling $4,981 were approved street protested the repaving. nue in Luana Isles subdivision to
Company -
requested for payment. The engagement of Miss Mary Chris read
Other ordinances
were Pelican Drive; Gulf to Bay Driveto
by the council to settle the Councilman John Q. Adams re- Alderton, daughter of Mrs. Grace'M. and passed which adopted the Poinsettia Avenue SycamoreLane
question of extension of company Alderton of Bradenton Beach, and ;
ported necessary drainage had Southern Standard Building Code Lake View Lane and Gulf
to
; ,
lines within the city. Mrs. Janet been installed make availablea Harry Taylor Meade, son of Mr. and
to
the National Electric
Tyrrell of 2500 Gulf Drive peti- Mrs. Harry G. Mecde of Second Ave- adopted Avenue to Pepper Tree Lane.
the of the
tioned the council for permissionto parking lot at rear nue East, Bradentoi., was announcedthis FASHION SHOW WEDNESDAY Offer of a quit claim deed to
Harvey Memorial Church.A week. The wedding will take the city from Mrs. H. B. Miller
have the lines fashion show
company's extended A sponsored by
bid of $400 to install two
for Los Cedros Drive and Hammock
place at the Island Baptist Chapel,
to her residence, a distanceof the Island Woman's Club will be
the
shuffleboard courts on prop- 4 24th, Road tabled until the
at p.m. Saturday, February was
about 300 feet.
held at the Anna Maria Commun-
erty adjacent to the city office with all friends invited. Miss Alder- next meeting.
About a year ago, the previous received from F. W. its Hall at 1 Wednesday,
was Nystrom.The ton is a graduate of Manatee High p.m. Bills for $729 and a paving bill
council granted such permissionto bid will be accepted if the School, where she was a member of February 14. A donation of $1 for $5,600 for
approved
were
A. H. Chapman, a former resi- specifications of the proposedwork the band for three years and of the per person will be asked. .
dent of the same area, but the of the council. music honor society. She is now payment.A
meet approval dresses, beach and
Spring committee of commissionersand
council feels studying commercial art. Mr. Meadewas
present permission
Mrs. Daisy M. Carson was appointed sports wear from Irene's will be the
for further extension of the lines born in Greenville, Tenn., at- city building inspectorwill
as deputy city clerk.A tended high school in Murfreesboro, be shown, with matching acces- check the claim of Dr. Emilia
\ should be granted only under with a savings account of the city, Tenn., and served in the Air Force sories from the Sand Dollar Gift Feibes of Cedar Avenue that a
franchise
definite
agreement representing a reserve for pay- for five years. He is now employedin Shop. Palms and plants for dec- building recently moved onto

I ment of the mortgage on the city the building trades. The couple oration will be furnished by property adjoining hers is par
LEGAL NOTICE office will be transferredto plan to make their home in Bradenton. -
property, Phelps Nursery. tially in a public alley.
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I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO the Island Bank. .
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME% _.
The city office will be closed on Be well-informed, Read The

that Th.th.y undersigned ar. conducting do h.r.by a mot certify.l bust Saturday forenoon starting March Islander. FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

!>... at 202 First Str..t North, Bradcn- 1.
I') ton Beach, Florida, under the fictitiousname
TWO LOCATIONS
of FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL, BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC -
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and that said firm i composed of the
following p.rsons, whose names andplaces Houses suitable for Island climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 Mth Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
,
of residence are as follows: and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs and
Snapper Pine StreetsElectric
Robert W. Reinel and Dorothy Reinel, : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
202 First Street North,Bradenton Beach, given.NORMAN Wiring Fixtures
Florida. ROSEDALE, Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
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is as follows: Robert W. Reinel Off. 778-1410 Home 778-2591 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 718-2059
and Dorothy Reinel.
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.----- Island Winter VisitorTo Entries of short stories
j essays
CUE LINES. + f tt ." Judge ContestDr. poems and dramatic scripts close

'&& Elias Lieberman of Anna March 1, and the names of win

r: Maria has been named a j judge jn ning students will be announcedin
by Helen Bradley the Scholastic Writing Awards May.In .
contest, world's largest literarjy addition to his reputation as
Four evenings each week nowadays, the boards of the Anna competition for high school stu a poet and author, Dr. Liebermanis
Maria Community Hall are creaking with Thespian activity as rehearsals ,., dents. I well known as a former instructor -

of The Tunnel of Love (February 28-March 3)) completethe C- He will be one of 27 prominent in the New School for Social

first mile. American authors, critics and educators -Research and a former associate

.Doyle Raburn i* Crll in the rule confused in their timing. Opening who will select the best superintendent of schools in New
o! Augie Poole, pL/ed in the Broad night almost-tragedy, when the cur. 'il' entries from approximately 160- York City. Ha will judge entriesin
way production by Tom EuclL Mr. tain-rope severed, was pretty well ? :i 000 original manuscripts submit. the junior poetry division of
Raburn 26, a Bradenton resident at timed, as it happened during the curtain ted in and the Awards competition.Dr. .
present, hails from Missouri. He has call. The audience was treatedto by youngsters public Lieberman, who lives at
been a Florida resident for more than an extra-length of bows, and a new f. parochial schools in the U. S., its Richmond Hill Island has
three years, following a service hitchin nylon cord was installed the next day possessions and Canada. Long ,
the Air Force. This handsome bachelor by Pat Flanagan, who secured it > The annual creative writing been a winter visitor to the Island
was applauded as Inspector Trotterin through Paul Endriss. It works per. W. A. for many years, and with his
competition, sponsored by
The Mouse Trap for the Island fectly again. Vivian Bresnehen has -- wife, is now Occupying one of
Players last season. been<< sitting in for Stage Manager RECENT ARRIVALS on the Island Sheaffer Pen Co. and conductedby the Magee Cottages the Gulfin
Also on the long list of credits were Helen Brandt, and Reba Brewer has were George"Birdie"Tebbetts, No. Scholastic Magazine in New on
roles in Home of the Brave, The Hasty been installed as prompter for Tunnel. One Brave of the Milwaukee Braves, York, is now in its 37th year. Anna Maria.
Heart, Two Blind Mice, Twelfth Night, Doing a fine job on publicity and and youngsters Patty, Betty, Susie
Caine Mutiny Court Martial, and Mr. photography is Frank Brechlin. and George Jr. While waiting for the
Roberts with a U. S. Air Force theatre arrival of the rest of his baseball I I.
.
in and in Glass Menagerie
Germany
group Early Lecture Series At tribe and the opening of the train- _
The Torchbearers, Boy Friend, -
and Visit To A Small Planet for the Longboat Key Art Center ing season in March, Birdie plansto a
In some golf. As a malor leaguer -
Manatee Players, and in The Play's get
The Thing for the Players of Sarasota. Key residents from Lido Beachto Birdie was one of the better ar _
Nina Stephens, 20, will play Alice Anna Maria are offered the op- American League catchers a few .
Pepper, the fruitful wife in Tunnel. portunity of attending a series of years ago with Detroit, Boston and _
Her role requires that she hide a distinguished lectures at the Long Cleveland. (Islander Photo) ; .p--
nice figure behind myriad maternity 4
costumes. _Miss Stephens. with her. boat Key Art,Center starting on
mother and grandmother, operates the Thursday evening, February 8. Roser Guild MeetingThe
Stephens Kennels in Oneco, where they Roger Early, well known in Florida -
Guild of Roser Memorial
raise board and train German Shep
for his
herds. She came to this area from popular TV program Church will meet at the church at
Miami some seven years ago, and is Science Speaks, will give a seriesof 1 p.m., Tuesday, February 13,
a graduate of Manatee High. Nina five illustrated lectures on Our with Group 4, under the chair
has been seen in Anastasia, as Varyain Place In Space in the auditoriumof
manship of Miss Edith Osborne, rI
The Staring Match, Lighthousekeep- :
_
the art center.
crJ Daughter, and South Pacific, with to be in charge of the carry-in
the Manatee Players. Titles of the individual lectures luncheon.S. ISLAND VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thlbodeau of Minneapolis, who
BACK STAGE BRIEFS: Sara Igo has will be: The Earth in Space, Feb. M. of Braden
their and
Washabaugh are visiting son daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George ThIbo-
been pinchhitting Harold Igo,for who her is husband recuperating Director ruary o; The Solar System, March ton will be the speaker, using as deau of 72nd Street. The senior Thibodeaus have 15 children, 47 grand I
from a bout with flu. Pat Huber, 1; The Stars, March 15; The Gal. his subject, "Picking Up the children and one great-grandchild. (Islander Photo)
set chairman, has acquired a handsome axy, April 5, and The Universe, Broken Threads." He is a retired
"counter" and stools from Norma Tor- April 19. vice-president of a manufacturing -
geson. SOS call for needed props A group of Roger Early fans in anda INSURINGAUTOS
Pennsylvania, -
a live philodendron plant in a jar. have underwritten the series to company
diniere, and one DEAD one!, that is former superintendent of the
to say, in the drooping, almostgonestage. assure its financial success, but Pennsylvania Reformatory.In .
A cartoon of two missionariesin they all hope there will be many the latter position, he was in HOMES
a pot, talking to one another. Sara more Early fans in the audience of rehabilitation of
Igo will draw, if necessary, but she charge prisoners BUSINESSES BOATSCALL
gladly opens the field to any buddingor Thursday evening. Further information and in his talk, will tell of
fullgrown cartoonist. A cham- can be obtained by callingthe the Christian approach to the
pagne bucket. A pair of bicycle Art Center.Be problem.A TODAY!
clips. Donors will lease call Nora business will
Morgan, props chairman, at 778-1032. well-informed, Read The short meeting
The script calls for a mouse to Islander. follow. JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
skitter across the stage! During re-
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t FOR SALE Shop the Island first! HARRY M. RIFE CPJlQCffX

LICENSED

tt t'> :.,,..J'.".' t FINE QUALITY HOMESON PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR

OR NEAR WATER: CANALS BAY GULFDesignN BONDED AND INSURED F ium 778-1500
1 antI Built by
WM. B. LEE COMPANY Phone 778-1341 408 HEAVE ANMAMARtA f

502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. 0. Box 328 Anna Maria
ft* PEALTOP HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST

RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH
82JtMSF4lttHMsflWiK1 REALTYHOLMES
ISLAND
UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN
WWSJP i
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;

778-2663 TILE BATH. BEDROOMHAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
NEW HOME ---NEW PRICE
ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED--AND RENTED!
COMPARE THESE FEATURES: TERRAZZO FLOORS,
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED--Terms Arranged.

AWNING WINDOWS, BUILT-IN RANGE AND OVEN, FULL JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

Look For These Signs TILED BATH, SCREENED PORCH, UTILITY ROOM, Estate Sales & Rentals

CARPORT. ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM BEACH. $11,600P. 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

I THIS TWO BEDROOM Concrete 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444 FOR SALE
Block Home, Located at 2210

Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, hasa BEAUTIFUL HOME WITH EXTRA APARTMENT, LOOKING FOR A THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH,

full tiled bath-Built-in Kitchen }*= V ONLY 200 FEET FROM THE GULF PRIVATE HOME, WITH ADDITIONAL LAND ZONED
. Large Patio Room Utility Room N*- FOR A MOTEL? We have such a property, fronting on

and Carport.The well-landscaped I the highway and two streets, with access to the Beach.
BAY FRONT HOME ON 100 x 146 Foot Seawalled Lot
grounds are planted In St. Augustine LET US SHOW YOU PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF
,4:2FOUR *
grass. Price $13,750
Present mortgage about $8,000, BEDROOM HOME INCOMMERCIAL ZONE THIS HIGH CLASS PROPERTY. PRICED AT $35,000.

Payments, $65 monthly.Mortgagecan ONLY $8,500--TERMS IF DESIRED1If
be assumed ., RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
or we can arrange v
for larger mortgage. Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159

Coquina Building Phone 778-1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY Broker-Salesman 778-2156 LUANA ISLES
ARE YOU A ONE-CAR FAMILY? Anna Maria, Florida
109-59th Street-Very close to
I Canal Front Lots
Holmes Beach Shopping CenterIs
Duplex Bargain
this excitingly different two .
bedroom Home. The Kitchen Is $100 Down
EACH UNIT HAS: ONE BEDROOM, BATH, KITCHEN,
filled with SURPRISES-Econo-
LIVING ROOM AND FLORIDA ROOM. ONE UNIT COM-
I mica) Oil Heating. Completely $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
: Furnished. Extra Large Garage. PLETELY FURNISHED, THE OTHER PARTIALLY

One and one-half Baths. This FURNISHED. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN AT $10,500.

property must be seen for YOUto $1,000 Down-No Closing Costsl 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN

appreciate Its, value. PRICE:
$18,750-a.llttlea.$1,000 down. DON IRWIN, REALTY
2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331

A GULF FRONT HOME-- ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

Can also serve you as Income GULFSIDE DUPLEXNEWLY
property during the SummertimeSee FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV
this two bedroom furnished DECORATED APARTMENTS--EACH HAS
PRICE REDUCED $1,000!
home at 3005 Avenue F, Holmes ROOM KITCHEN AND
TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING ,
Beach..You will find the relaxed

living seeking.conditions Property you includes have three been TILED BATH. NICE FOR WINTER HOME, PLUS 2 BedroomC B HomeNEAR


lots. Home and furniture as is.. INCOME. $24,500JACK THE GULF

PRICE: $18,500--0wner will carry
EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING TV
Mortgage-You make down
pay HOLMES, Realtor
ment and Terms. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
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Phone 778-2876 Phone 778117185th $13,500 With Excellent Terms!

LOOKING FORA SMALL HOME? STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH
And ONLY 100 Feet from Beach? L S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman
HOLMES BARGAINTWO
BEACH
This home can be used as eitherone

or two-bedroom. Has a Florida
Bonus House
No. 2 BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
Room on the south exposure.
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I Living room and full bath. Kitchen CB HOME NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
I Is completely furnished.
ONLY $10,500--$1,000 Down-$75 Per Month
Large garage; well landscapedlot.

.Asking price $10,500$2,500down. -

Owner will carry mortgageat
WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
$85 monthly-or make an offer)
AVAILABLEAlso
Located at 3306 Gulf I Drive,

Holmes Beach. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
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US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
LOCATED AT 210-67th StreetIn COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Holmes Beach is one of the

MOST SPECTACULAR two bedroom ANOTHER OF OUR NEW BONUS HOMES ON KEY

Retirement Homes ever of ROYALE, ANNA MARIA ISLAND, IS NOW COMPLETEDAND
fered. This home Is only 2
years OPEN FOR INSPECTION.BE .
old-Has 2 tiled baths-built in Walter S. Haidiit
laundry and colored fixtures in SURE TO SEE IT TODAY! TWO Bedrooms; Two

kitchen.Sliding glass doors make Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living Realty Company

living room and porch one large Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and
Seawalled-on Beautiful Key Royale-AII for Realtors
room for summer comfort, and in $17,910.

addition there's air conditioning!
ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
I Garage. Lots of closets. Drive
and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
by and then come and let us show
this home. Prlce-$15,500 ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
you PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
For terms make us AN OFFER. 778.1010 BOB CABLE, 778-1756
Manager
BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778-1917

.+++++++++ JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307t



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F'OR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bartolotto of

Lota with plenty of trees. Near and Mrs. C. J. Blaska of Oconomowoc, Catskill, N. Y.FLAMINGO. The !"slattd Pltalmacy

Shopping Center and zoned for Wis. Mr. and Mrs. D. Z. Fleming COURT MOTEL: Mr.
of Chattanooga Tenn. Mr. and Mrs.A. and Mrs. George R. Brown and familyof
Dvplexes. $2,500 each terms. Lueth of Fenton, Mich. Mr. and Hamilton, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. GUYS AND GALS Now Is The Time

Call 778-1010. Waite S. Hardln Mrs. N. Costello of St. Petersburg G. Moore of Leesburg.PROTHERO Don't that wonderful opportunity to make
Realty Co., Inc., Realtors. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Gibson of APARTMENTS: Dr. pass up

Aiken, S. C. Mi. and Mrs. B. L. and Mrs. F. B. Vetter of Ann Arbor, some progress St. Valentine's Day
WANTED: Bu boy-Most be 18 or Nadeau of Bangor, Maine : Mr. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harmon
ore, sad willing to work hard for and Mrs. G. A. Mason of Cayce, S. C. and Mrs. R. B. Winship of St. Albans,

good pay. See Pete Reynard at Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ehbert of Vt. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. VanAndwerp VALENTINE SPECIALS--
Holaes Beach Yacht Club. of Kalamazoo Mich. Mr. and
Newtonville Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Schrafft's
Heart Boxes of Delicious Candies
Paul Steppe' of Cayuga Lake, N. Y., Harry Olin of Springfield, Ohio. Shaped

---FOR SALE--- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rogers of PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and and in Perfume-.Arpege Spray $3, and My Sin Spray $2.50
Dunedin Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Keet Mrs. L. M. Simpson of Barrington,
BUSINESS & LIVING QUARTERSFOR of Wyckoff, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. 111. I
IMMEDIATE I OCCUPANCY Carl Menderer of Hornell N. Y. CRAIG COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.J. .
OWNER MUST GO NORTH Becauseof BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS Harry Chmtman of Batavia, Ill. Open Sundays 8:30 o.ni. to 1:00 p.m.

Illness In family. |s offering a : Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wigginof VISTA ALEGRE: Mrs. Roland La-

Grocery Store with carry-out beer Englewood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Porte and daughter of Sillery, Quebec. Phone 7780411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, PharmacistARRIVING

Donald D. Mueller of Palatine, Ill. .
and lens MERRIMAC ON
win. Good location on THE GULF: Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Swenson of St.
Corner Lot, which Is OWNED, not 'and Mrs. E. A. Hueston of Winter
Paul, Minn. Mrs. F. H. Wheeler
Haven Mr. and Mrs. Walter
leased. ALSO Furnished two-room and Mrs. E. F. Swift of Quebec L. DAILY
Skinner of Rochester, N. Y. Mr.
Marchetti of Cincinnati
M.
and Mrs.
Mr.
Living Quarters; Plus Trailer with and Mrs. Ralph Shaw of Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Olle-
Florida Room and And-- sheimer Mich. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Carport. of Birmingham,
of Davis of South Egremont, Mass. Famous Brand Names In FashionsALIX
Robert Streeter and Mac Douglas
14 foot Owens Outboard Boat which Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ecclestone and Mrs.
Wolcott, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. C.
has lots of extras. WILL SELL All L. Love of Sandusky, Ohio Mr. H. E. Davey of Montreal Mr. and
Mrs. William Breimer of Flushing, N. TABAK MELWINE
and Mrs. A. M. Greenspan of Holy-
or Part At Reasonable Price. ALLA Y. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Dubois of
oke, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Buyer Needs Besides Moneyisto Rayfield of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Upper Darby, Pa. -
SEA LAWN APARTMENTS ALFRED SHAHEEN SIR JAMES
: Mr.
bring his suitcase, move In, and James R. Hall of Columbia Station A. E. Metcalf of Stoughton, Mass. .
Ohio Col. and Mrs. C. W. Meyerof
GO TO WORKI! 6220 Cortex Road.ISLANDER Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hovart and party
New York City. of Wilmette 111.LAYZLIVNAPARTMENTS. FLAIR OF MIAMI PAT PERKINS
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
PHOTOS: As a service Robert L. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Homer : Mr. GLORIA SWANSON
and Mrs.
H. J. Abraham and I
to our readers, 5 by 7 enlargementsof Lockhart and Mrs. Harriet Reder of family
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abraham and
any picture appearing in The Islander Fowler, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barbara
and Mike all of Fremont
are available at$1.25 each. Kaluf of Munater, Ind. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stark, Wis.of MISSES AND HALF SIZES
Mrs. C. Ahrens of Hammond, Ind. .
Appleton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wies of DeMotte, Ind. Mohlar 12-1/2--24-1/2
8--20
FOR RENT: Charming efficiency
Giles of Loudon, Tenn. Mr. and
in Holmes Beach for GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and
apartment Mrs. M. E. Hollingsworth of Ellenton
year-aroond rental. $85 per month Mrs. A. Young and Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wertmanof I
Pease of Niles Mich. Laurence
includes all utilities. Walter S. ,
Albany, N. Y. Emma Emerichof
Hardia Realty Co., foe, Realtors. Suino and party of Peoria Heights, Albany, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
Ill. Mr. and Mrs. A.. E. Mullenof e
Telephone 7781010. Robert Mandlay of Coshocton Ohio
,
Paragon, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
.
Mr. and Mrs. E.
George Prettyof
Jack Capozzola of Riverhead, L. I.,
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 BedroomCB East Liverpool, Ohio Mr. and
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Newton A. r
home with extra lot. Completely Mrs. W. H. Marshall of Grand Rapids, Layaway m Phone
Lewis of Quaker Hill, Conn. Mr. Zi&VpP3ff
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R.
famished, newly redecorated and Mrs. John M. Zurich of Avon A. Wildeof
throughout, ready to occupy. Has Park Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Taylorof Greenville, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Plan so- iuc,+R rnert women 778-1161

gas wall furnace. Between Gulf Orlando Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Lamp of Akron, Ohio and chil- ,
dren, Ray Jr., Debora Winna
and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be Beaver of Boonton, N. J. Mr. and Michael Brenda,
John and twins Ronald
and
seen to be appreciated. 105 12th Mrs. Robert P. Smith of St.Petersburg.
Donald Mr. and Mrs. Abbot Nelson
Street North, Bradenton Beach. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. of Bath, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. VALENTINE Gifts & CardsFOR
Robert Burr of South Haven, Mich.
Alex Kuehn of Chicago Mr. and
FOR SALE Two wooded SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
: adjoining J. H. Elliott of North Bay, Ont.
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto O. S. Hobbs of Springfield, Mass. . Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Packet' of EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Marinio and family
chopping center and walkwayto of Wayne, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford. Mrs.J.
Calf. Each lot 57H ft. front CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and .
by Ron Men and family of Milwaukee
Herath of Plainfield SEE OUR NEW "RESORT LOOK" HATS AND BAGS '
N. .
105 ft. deep. Zoned for J. Mr.
Duplexesor Mr. and Mrs. E. Rudzitis of i
homes. Will sell Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Noble and Mrs. Fred Hoyt of Baldwinsville, \
separately. Lockport, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. D. Popeof PICK UP YOUR FREE NORCROSS BLUE BOOK NOWI!
Phone
owner at 7781619. Ashley of Deerfield Beach.
Montreal Mr. and Mrs.
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS : LIMITED SUPPLY.
LOST: On Beach near 79th Street Mr. and Mrs. Fred Examus of New: Joseph Grundy of Passiac, N. J. Mr.
Classes in case labeled Jim Clay and Mrs. Palmer Oxner of Timberlan,
York City Mr. and Mrs. Henry .
Birmingham, Ala. Please call Beenley of Yellow Springs, Ohio A.Halifax Clinton, N.of S. Mr. and Mrs. J. The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
7782788. Wilmington, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl M. Guild of Grims-
by, Onto DONA DEI: Rev. Fr. M. Donald Shirley and John Duytuhavtr
YEARLY RENTAL Farrell of Mich.
: Efficiency BAY VIEW VILLA: Mr. and Mrs.J. Ada
Apartment; for one or two people. SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr.
Jarrett of Transfer, Pa. Mr. and I
$55 per month, or $60 includingutiUties. and Mrs. C. L. MacCallum of Me-
Phone 7782776. Mrs. Alvin McKee of Findlay, Ohio. Henry, 111.EAST IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Aubrey D. Wilson 'Of Pasadena, Cal. 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then thisis
FOR SALE Established Shoe
: Store. Herbert of Ft.
Byerly Wayne, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cellar of Jacksonville .
Income Business Property right S the place!
Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. SimmonsJr.
for
Semi-Retired Couple. We teach Miss Annette Sinclair of Seaforth ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
of Smyrna, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. -
Retiring. Box 367 Inverness, Ontario Mrs.
you. H. B.
; Summerfield and
Florida. Gilbert P. Moore of Dallas, Texas .
Mrs. C. C. Blencowe of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benson of Hart- Grimsby
,CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes ford, Mich.S. Beach, and Mrs. C. P. Jones of Toronto

Beach. $3,300Terms.CORNER S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. are occupying the Vivian homeon NAME YOUR SWEETHEARTAND
North Shore Drive for --
LOT on Paved Street. and Mrs. R. Vanderbilt of Garden City, several

$2,650 Cash. John B. Prothero N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Traut. months. RECEIVE $5.00 DISCOUNT ON PURCHASE OF

Registered Broker 116-81st St. man and family. of Findlay.. Ohio- -- .- :How IS''our Subscription?-

TELEPHONE 7782554. TRANSISTOR RADIO, CASE AND BATTERIES

ALTERATIONS oa aH kinds of cloth- FREE MOSAIC TILE CLASS

.... Drreennktng Drapes. Pho** ISLAND
Mrs. Frank Beard. 778-1431. TV


FOR SALE: Coal Lot on Chilsoa 7781703Be
Avenue. Call 7782177. FRIDAY February at 1:00 PM _

TOE EXTINGUISHER Sale. Sen Sure to See the New

Ion Brmdcaton Beach Fire DsptFrank .
Beard. 771431. ANOTHER CLASS IN SHELLCRAFT STARTING SOON. KEY ROYALE BONUS HOMESWE


YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN SUPPLIED ALL FURNISHINGS

TENANCE: Movfe* sdgiftf trim INCLUDING THE CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES

airs Floors cleaned and polished and on SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11th
Windows washed and oiled
see and hear the new BALDWIN ORGAN
ProsjpC and efficient senrics HOT
Rsuoaabls ntss references far which is on display in this home

iabed. Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2KN (G ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
after 4:30.HOLMES c 1IO P 778-1020

HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1019

BEACH LOTS: 90 :x 105
ft frontage. Paved Street City
Water. Excellent Location. Boat The Best DECORATED WINDPROOF

Slip Available. Also canal Iota.

Call 7782171. PATIO CANDLESAll



SHELL I atq InsuranceAlways COLORS & SIZES

Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil-

17.6c per gal. over 75 gel., From 75 $ up

18.6c per gal. under 75 gal. nguance Costs Less

No. 2 Fuel Oil-

16.7c gal. f"siifi/ Wand Hardware
per
Holmes leoch 771-1697
UUUUK d
$5.00 minimum delivery or & Marine Supply

PHONE 743-0891 7711541YOUt If it's Geaeral Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, ve have it-

DELIVERY ON ISLAND or will get it for you 778-2811

ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALER Low loots, Scott Motors, Mrroy Troit.rs.4 .
EVERY FRIDAY






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