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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 15, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 536 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA FEBRUARY 15, 1962 TEN CENTS


; HOLMES BEACH-ST. LAURENT HOLMES BEACH MEETING

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SUIT SETTLED AMICABLY SEVERAL ZONING MATTERS CONSIDERED BY BOARD

for the No decision was reached by the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen at
Clyde C. Goebel, attorney
City of Holmes Beach, and WarrenM. a public hearing last week on a requested change to commercial zon-
ing of property on the south side of Gulf Drive owned by Mr. and Mrs
Goodrich, attorney for JeanPaulSt.
William H. Schwepe. Further consideration will be given the matterat '
Laurent, announced a few days
the March meeting of the board of aldermen. j'
ago that the injunction suit institu-
the Petitions for and against the change were presented to the board,
ted against St. Laurent by cityin
January, 1961, has been settled and examination of diem revealed that the names of some residents ap-

amicably between the parties, and peared on both petitions. In addition to those who spoke for or againstthe

the case dismissed.The zoning at the hearing, signatures of 52 persons were presented as
.. in favor of the and 97
being rezoning, against it. I
city had brought action against
Another hearing on a request by John E. Holmes and Hugh Holmes, I

St. Laurent to require the latterto Frank B. Giles and Augustus Pierce Jr. to change to A-l the zoning on
block wall erected in
remove a property between Marina Drive and the Holmes Beach Airstrip, was
with the Nomad Motelin
connection postponed one month for the second time. I

Holmes Beach. The city conten- L J'd@ Originally therequest was made so that a 5-unit cooperative apart- I
ded the wall violated two zoning aau.$rli r+rl!A "' ,
------ ment could be built on the property but the hearing was postponed in !

ordinances.In DRAWING CARD was the auction last week at Haley's Motel on Gulf January due to the illness of several members of the board of aldermen.

making the announcement, the Drive, as number of spectators in picture attests. Traffic lam causedby Since that time a new site was chosen for the apartments in a location

attorneys said both parties recognized people at sale became a sublect for discussion at meeting Holmes already zoned A-l.

the wall did constitute a tech- Beach Board of Aldermen. (Photo by Frank Brechlin) A public hearing on the straightening and relocation of a bulkhead

nical violation of the literal word- line, requested by Key Royale, Inc. will also be held at the March

ing of the ordinance, but the discrepancy of the board of aldermen.
city aldermen will be elected. meeting .
VOTERS'
HOLMES BEACH
was small and the structure Among those present at the meet- In other action, the board voted to accept the finished plat of the
involved was not objectionable in ORGANIZATIONA
ing were John H. Beckett a cand- fifth addition of Key Royale.

appearance and in fact was a creditto idate for the board of aldermen; Approved for payment, bills totaling $247.
the of Holmes Beach resi-
community. group and Ralph Brown and Robert Rankin, Voted to contribute $400 to the Island Chamber of Commerce for
The suit settled it stated dents have formed an organizationcalled
was was ,
both of whom have declared their use in the chamber's promotional program for the Island. The requestfor
I in the interest of har- the "Independent Voters of
community intention of filing as candidates. the contribution was made by Chamber President Bill Lee.
the betweenthe Holmes Beach.
mony, with agreement Incumbent Alderman Mrs. Ruby Named the Bradenton firm of Valdes and Pratt to do the city's ann-
city and St. Laurent that any At a meeting of the organization,
ual audit.
future building on the site would be held Monday evening at the homeof White a candidate for reelection,
was unable to attend the meeting Named the election board for the March 13 city election. Mrs.
in conformity with the zoning code.FIREMEN'S Antonio Camboni of 48th Street
because previous engagement. Howard E. Scott will serve as an inspector; Mrs. Fred Frost, alternate .
at which 35 people were present,
Mrs. J. E. clerk and Mrs. S. J. Alex alternate
BALL-MISS Camboni was elected chairman. Camboni said Tuesday, that the inspector; Raymond, ,
clerk.
Principal of the group group had hoped to encourage
purpose
FLAME CONTESTThe Requested Attorney Clyde Goebel to investigate the matter of public
according to Camboni, is to create another person to file a petition as .
arrangements committee for more interest in local government a candidate for mayor, but had not real estate auctions in the city.

the Firemen's Ball and Miss Flame all the voters of the city been able to do so.
among FERGUSON ATTANASIO
C of C MEMBERSHIP DRIVEAn
Contest take place at'the Holmes rather than to sponsor any specific To date, former. Mayor Carl F.
Beach Yacht Club, Wednesday evening candidates in the March'1 cfty Scottistheonly candidate for HAYNES ELECTED IN A. M. all-out membership drive is. '

February 21, announced yes- election, when a mayor and two mayor in Holmes Beach. Veteran City Commissioner JamesO. being conducted by the Island j

terday, that ten young ladies have entered -, Ferguson, never beaten in a city .Chamber of Commerce during the

the Miss Flame Contest. YOUTH CENTER DIRECTORS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE election here, ran true to form month of February, with the objective -

Entrants to date, all residents of the ELECTED SATURDAY Tuesday and was elected mayor of of the drive to contact

Islander Cortex, are: Sandra Riley, MEETING THURSDAYThe Anna Maria. Ferguson won over his every business person on the Island -

Kathy Guild, Fran Niesman, Yvonne Approximately 60 persons attended regular February meetingof opponent Wallace M. Warner by with an invitation to becomea

Coarsey, Bonnie Lee Brown, Patti a general meeting of the mem- the Island Chamber of Com- 42 votes with the unofficial tally, chamber member. !
of the Island Youth Center
SueWyatt, Michele Garcia Dianne bership at which Dr. merce will take place at the Island Ferguson 154, Warner 112. The 270 Col. Francis Chilson is chairman -
Saturday evening Ray 11
Bell, Jayne Lynn Larry and Janice Green acted as chairman. School cafeteria at 8 p.m. votes cast represented 54 percentof of the membership committee -
temporary the 500 -
Higgins. Thursday, February 15. approximately registered which has as members Roy i
The principal business on the ,
Winner of the local contest will be from several voters, and is considered to bea
agenda was the election of a new Important reports Ferguson and Ralph Parrish, who
in the statewide heavy turnout here. Only 209 voted -
eligible to compete committee chairmen will be read, the drive in Anna
Miss Flame Contest, to be held in board of directors to serve in 1962. and President Bill Lee has ask- in the 1960 presidential and gubernatorial are conducting
Maria. J. D. Webb is soliciting I
in where cash Re-elected as board members were election.
Sarasota ,
early May ed that all members attend the
: prizes of $100 $50 and $25 will be David Boozer and Mrs. Tom Edwards who Political newcomers in the city, the businesses in the vicinity of
meeting possibly
can.
awarded to the winner and the two and new members elected Jerome G. Attanasio and Mrs. Alma the Holmes Beach Shopping Cen-

runnersup.In were Mel Akins, Mrs. Ted Tripp M. Haynes were the success- ter, and in Bradenton Beach for
Mrs. Norma C. E. Brewer Buzzy Roak, president the Teen for P. C. VanRensselaeris
addition, the local winner will Torgeson, ful candidates the city comm- mer Mayor
the Rev. Richard K. Club;Jeannie Blackburn of the Pram ission in four-cornered win-
receive a complete evening outfit, Wiggins a race, contacting prospective new t

or if she prefers, a sports outfit, to Earl Drew, Paul Krone and M. J. Fleet, and Tommy Blessing of the ning over Robert S. Cable, former members.

be purchased for her by the three fire Hinkle.A Little League, spoke for their respe- city commissioner, and Mrs. Fran- Cooperation of all Island busi- j

departments in the Anna Maria Island general report on the center's'ctive groups. ces Maxon, former city clerk. nessed is needed, as well as ac-

Fire Control District. activities was read by the Rev. Ameetingofthe new directorswill Attanasio polled 136 votes, Mrs. tive participation, to carry on an
Gerald K. Lowe, chairmanof be held soon, at which the pro- Cable 88 and I
Final date for entering the contestis retiring Haynes 153, Mrs. effective promotional program,
the and financial gram of the youth center for the
a
organization Maxon 120.Ferguson.
members.
17 and committee
Saturday, February girls be according to I
will
report was made by Akins. year planned. who did almost no
may register on or before that dayat Annual dues are $15 for a bus-

the office of THE ISLANDER at campaigning for the post, said Tue- iness and $5 for an individual. i

314.Pine Avenue, Anna Maria. sday evening he was very gratefulfor Persons interested in joining,
i = T# JHJif14if the support of the voters of An-
or members having suggestionsabout \
PLAY na Maria, and while mayor, would
TRYOUTS FOR NEW possible members, are ask-
to correct some things which
try
Reading for NOT IN THE ed to call Chamber Secretary Mrs.
tryouts need attention in the city. Warner
BOOK, a three-act mysterycomedy + Helen Garrett at 7781404.
Y whose supporters conducted an
by Arthur Watkyn, will be held 1 k3 1 1a extensive telephone campaign on I

at the Anna Maria Community Hallat his behalf, made no statement. Mayor Maxwell L. Woodland has

I 8 p.m. Tuesday. February 20. Mayor-elect Ferguson expectedto been Vice Mayor D. Henry Clay

NOT IN THE BOOK enjoyed a be sworn in Wednesday afternoonby During part of that time, while

successful London run at the Criter- County Judge Robert A. Rickey.The Clay was on a vacation of several I

ion Theatre in 1958-9, and is be- city's ranking executive since weeks, Ferguson served as acting ,

ingreadied for the New York stage __ the disappearance in May, 1961 of mayor.
where it will open next fall. _

A cast of six men and one woman _
ti4J1) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
those
are needed. Roles include

of two young men of college age _
Temperatures Water Rainfall I
a forty ish pair of parents; an inspe- i

ctor of any age;an elderly colonel, ISLAND BOY SCOUTS of Troop No. 7. Front row, I.ft to rig h hAndy Barn Noon 6pm High !:

and a Spanish-speaking gentleman. Adams, Wayne Tyson, Mark Taylor and Greg Borden; second row Hugh Feb. 6--64 66 60 70 65.4
Holmes John Witt Dale Woodland James and Allen Blatterman i
director Tyson ;
The will have as guest
play Feb. 7--48 60 60 72 65 None
Dlckins Dick Hutchins
third row Jackie Holmes, Chuck Fellows, Bruce ,
tlelen-Peters, an Island win- Feb. 8--56 64 64 72 68 None
Randy Akers, Bobby Bruggner and Jimmy Guthrie; fourth row Eric Akins,
resident. Mrs. Peters has issuedan Chris Hoffman, Mike Yarrow and Dale Carlson; rear rows Steve Barnes, Feb. 9--62 74 68 76. 68.2 j

invitation to anyone interestedin Ted Dickins, Gary Wagner, Andy Torgeson and Chris Woodland. Sponsor S Feb 10--62 65 60 70 64 None j

Community Theater dramatics, .d by Roser Memorial Community Church, the troop has 14 Tenderfoot Feb. 11--61 66 60 70 66 None t 1

with or without experience to tryout Scouts; four Second Class, one First Class, three Star and one Life Feb. 12--55 64 60 74 67 None

for this production. Scouts. (Islander Photo) i



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""l Editor............. .................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR bind the arm which now is free."
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Moll Address; Anna Maria, Florida a new Coast and Geodetic survey George Washington Patten
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advance Subscription-Canada$3.50, $5.00 a year; $2.00 for six months payable in size of an ordinary road map, but There is no final battle in the fight for
per year.
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for covering the area from Charlotte Freedom. The struggle continuesas
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. Harbor to Tampa Bay. It covers
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. the area covered in two of the tent- long as there are enemies who seekto

sized traditional charts, but is so subvert
our minds and destroy our ideals.
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn
; much easier to use, as well as be-

independent weekly published every Thursday by ing much less ex pDsive-only 50 Our enemies' strongest allies can be our indifference of spirit,
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida and are available noiv-at Dobbe's.
1 weakness of will compromise of principle. On Freedom's side,
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March
3,1879.
"The swift completion of these
stand the enduring strength of our forefathers; a steadfast
appointed rounds. .." Glenn Carl-
son, who deals with the same post faith in our may of life, and a firm resolve to defend it. I

{ ZONING BY PLAN office we do, handed us a letter he Let our convictions remain strong and our purpose firm,
3 received recently. It bore two post-
The Island, like every other community, has problems which can- marks-the earlier dated "Chicago so we may pass on to our children both the fruits of Freedomand

I not be solved by one decision, but which, Hydra-like, continue to plague Dec-8'58", and the second, "Santa the will to preserve it.
}f the city fathers of the three Island municipalities. It is a problem Maria, Calif. Jan. 31, 1962."
which no amount of studied ignoring will make disappear--it is with us *
' Beltaire of Detroit where
Beverly Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nash of North-
I' till death do us part--it is ZONING! Seems to have been many too Mark is a popular columnist on the Mass have been guests of
I Zoning seem to offer the average citizen an outlet for his ideas as many telephone calls recently from Free Press, and Bev a successfuland Mr.Nash's brother and sister-in-law,
i, do few other subjects of public interest, and thus--on this subject--Joe salesmen off-Island real Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nash of Spring
magazine hard working figure in the field Avenue, Anna Maria.
Doakes becomes, or perhaps already is, an expert. estate and similar *
' promoters, pests, of advertising and public relations.
He is an expert despite the fact, as any local government official so that a warning issued recentlyby Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Switzer and Mr.
will gladly confirm, that dealing with zoning problems would try the Anna Maria Police Chief and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. LaCourse of
George If haven't
I patience of a saint, and tax the wisdom of a modern Solomon. you registered to vote Muskegon, Mich. are vacationing in
Jordan seems timely. Referring to in and State
County electionsyoushould Anna Maria.
Zoning is a problem so important, and so ever-present, that thereis
almost never a time when one or more of our three Island cities is magazine solicitors, home repair and you may do so at the '
U not wrestling with a requesrfor a change from residential to a commer- salesmen, etc., "Before you sign, County Beach from 5 to 8 p.m. Mon- Mrs. Audley J. Munsel of Malibu,
Cal., mother of Patrice Munsel of
cial classification--a request, which if or when granted becomes or execute any agreement, or pay a day, February 19, when a mobile the Metropolitan Opera, is visitingat ,'I
known as "spot zoning." deposit, be sure you know some- unit from the Supervisor of Regis- the home of Mr. and Mrs. WalterM. t
The term "spot zoning" has acquired connotations--depending on its thing about the agent and his pro- tration office will be there. Norton of 74th Street.
use--which imply all sorts of nefarious practices by zoning officials, duct. Don't be in too great a hurry! *

t' practices which range from accepting bribes to being secretly related- Investigation. can save you money." MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Landcastle and
: by marriage--to the petitioner for the change.Or perhaps being a tool Mr. and Mrs. William Haig Ramagewill Landcastle, Mrs. Gladys Buchin-James

of the "special interests," whatever they are. Our pleasure last week to wel- arrive this week from Youngstown ger of Warsaw, N. Y.. .Mrs. C. D.
In trying to solve all our zoning problems, the Island and its offi- come back to the Island, two of our Ohio to occupy their home on Genet of Tucson, Ariz. I

cials are ignoring a very important lesson which should be apparent to favorite Yankee visitors-.Mark and Seahorse Lane.5 How Is Your Subscription?
1 everyone interested and which those same officials heed in other areas. .
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When faced with a problem calling for the services of an attorney or Ernie'sCAMERA
an accountant, they lose no time in calling on a member of those professions i
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The City of Anna Maria, realizing the lack of experience and qual- KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES .
ifications of some of its officials in the field of paving, made a deal Bradenton Beach Phone 178.1185DOTTIE'S DONT RUN .
j with the Manatee County Commission to "borrow" the services of County -

i J Engineer John Benson for help in planning and supervising paving of
thecity's streets--and thus gave the taxpayers the best "buy" in pavingn BEAUTY SALON

many years. BEAUTY SERVICESOPEN

Why not do the same thing with zoning? The County employs Bill lYtNtNOS IT APPOINTMENT
'I Vines a trained and experienced planner--and who, incidently, is an
Island resident. Why not ask for professional help in one of the Island's Cor. Crescent and Pine. Ph. 778-2311

.:nottiest problems ANNA MARIA CITY
I It seems as logical as going to the dentist to have a tooth extracted,
rather than borrowing some forceps and yanking it at home

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16 Fri. 12:38 p.m. 0.7 91 p.m. 1.5 ":31 a.m.0.9 3:02 p.m. 0.6
17 Sat. 12:57 p.m. 0.7 10:26 p.m. 1.5 5:06 a.m.0.9 3:52 p.m. 0."
18 Sun. 1:06 p.m. 0.7 11:06 p.m. 1.5 5:35 a.m.0.8 ":36 p.m. 0.3 COURSE
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CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNAMENTThe

I MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational Doubles Tournament of the

( ) Anna Maria Shuffleboard Club will

Bradenton Beach T: get under way at-1:30 p.m. Tuesday -
REV. A. W. SIMMS ..
: : February. at the Anna Ma-
SUNDAY!
: ; F .
.9:30 ajn. Sunday School. ria Community Hall Courts. All

10:30 ajn. Worship Service.ST. players who finished in the upper

half in the singles tournament will
Despite some rough weather the
BERNARD MISSION be in Class A, and those in the lower .
. Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLLR past week, catches aboard the deepsea
, Schedule of Alas.C3 half in Class B, 11 in each.In .
fishing boats out of Cortez have
SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. each class, the player who finished -
All three boats be-
, WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a-m. beenverygood. first will team up with the one
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 ajn. and 6:00 p.m. came television performers Mondayas who finished last; second with next
I Rosary and Benediction. they ferried loads of passengersto
' WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm.fl to last, etc. Singles play will end
the Tampa Gasparilla celebrationon k Saturday, February 17.

II ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL Monday. Individual won-lostrecordsto date

Pj REV. LIE RATLIFF. Pastor Top catches on the BEST BET for areas follows: Paul Karr 18-3; G.
the week are as follows: Monday:
a THURSDAY: Raymond, 17-4; Bergin McPhee
Bob Trade Winds Trailer
,f 3:00 Jr. G.A. and Sunbeams. Robertson 17-5; Harvey Meyer, 16-6; Herb
p.m. EXCITING CATCH of 66 blues, mackerel and grouper weighing more
red W.
SUNDAY: Court 17 pound grouper; E. than 100 pounds, made by Frank Dobbe (left) and Dick Swauger on a recent Dodson, 16-6; Harry Karr J6-6;O.
I nf 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Dodd. Toledo, Ohio, 14 pounder. Saturday. Catch was made In Southwest Pass. Karr, 15-7; H. C. Benjamin, 13-7;

;1 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Thursday: Clarence Boone Har- Henry Clay, 14-7; and Bernard
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. bor Beach, Mich. and Bob Robertson .
Crookes 139.
I 7:30 p.m. Worship Service. ,,each a 17 pound grouper, and Friday: A huge catch, mainly ,

MONDAY: C. F. LeMaster, Akron, Ohio, 15 black grouper, together with a few =
I 6:30 p.m. R.A. W +V STAR CLUB INSTALLATIONA
., TUESDAY: pound black grouper. red snapper. Harry Miller Sr. of
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. Friday: Ed Noble Burlington South Bend, Ind. and Vance Gre- regular meeting of the Anna

8:00 p.m. Vota Vita Party Wis. 181/2 pound grouper; W. J. enman, each a 27 pound grouper. Maria Island Star Club was held recently -
I' (Winter Residents Honored) Salsbury, Defiance, Ohio, 18 pound Roy Newell Garfair Trailer Park at the Annie Silver Community -
WEDNESDAY Hall, and featured pot-luck
: a
and Ernest White, Laurel 26 pound grouper; Ruby Silvers of
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and grouper : luncheon, plus installation of new
1 Bible Study. Del. 15 pound red grouper. Nicholsville Ky. 25 pound grou- officers. Mrs. Helene Swartz was

8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. per; Oliver Scott, Muskegon, installed as. president; Mrs. Flor-
ADMIRAL TOO Sunday Cat i Mich. 15 pound grouper. Green- ence Myers first vice president and

''I Ballriech, Tiffin Ohio, 26 pound man caught six fish averaging 23 sunshine chairman; Mrs. Marion Bel-
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LOSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDtnominutional W. Tiffin r mont, second vice president and en-
grouper; J. Arbegast, pounds apiece.
II tertainment chairman Mrs. Marsha
( ) Ohio, 17 pound cobia, and Jean- Both ADMIRALS recently have ;
I Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. Larry, third vice president and refreshment
i WIGGINS netteClay, Plant City, a 17 poundred been in dry dock, cleaned and pai- chairman, and Mrs. Flor-

THURSDAY: grouper. nted and Coast Guard inspected, ence Douglas, secretary and treas-
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. Thursday: W. A. Simlar, Sarasota and are in great shape for the sea- urer.

8:00 p.m. Men's Chorus. Ib 1/2 pound grouper; Phil son. Appointed officers installed were:
Mrs. Dot Reid, Mrs.
chaplain Mary
SUNDAY the of
: Schmorbach Manistee, Mich. 15 Sheepshead are mainstay
Chesbro, historian, and Mrs. Julia
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. pound Will LaFlam, Cocoa the pier fishermen these days, with
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. grouper; Engel, ways and means chairman.Mrs. .
14 pound black some trout and occasional pom- .
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. grouper. Irene Colby retiring president,
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. Friday: A. Burns. Bradenton, 26 pano mackerel and redfish being was the installing officer, and was

6:30 p.m. Adult Program and pound grouper;J. L. Christal, Rus- landed. assisted by Mrs. Engel as installing

t Senior and Intermediate Youth kin, 23 pound grouper; V. P. Gra- At the Anna Maria City Pier, the marshal, and Mrs. Mildred Hunt as

t- Fellowships. hamCanton, Ohio, 22 1/2 pound top sheepshead catches recentlyhave installing chaplain.
\ WEDNESDAY:
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. grouper, and Mrs. Neil McClory been made by A. C. Camp- BISHOF' TO VISIT ISLAND

I 7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. Port Clinton, Ohio, 15 pound red bell, Frank Moc, Bert Whipple and
t 7:30 p.m. Board of Religious snapper. Clyde Blue of Michigan Wilma The Right Rev. W. L. Hargrave,
GROUPER CATCH made by O. E.
Education Meeting. S.T.M. Suffragan Bishop of
of Ohio and
Slough Middletown and Howard Neal of Gallon, Ohio,
ADMIRAL Sunday Tommy South Florida, will visit the
Larry Jackson of Bartow. Bill Bird aboard the REN. RK VI, 32
Tyre Tampa, 18 pound grouper; guests : Church of the Annunciation Sunday
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL of New York City caught 8 trout, a foot cruiser owned by Harry Kranei: -
LUTHERAN CHURCH Hartford Poppe, Luddington, pompanoandamackerel, and Fra- of Bradenton, and docked at Bayou, February 18. The Bishop

Minister: lb.'". FIUMC: b. ERI.Y Mich. 16 pound red grouper. nces Livingston, four mackerel anda Marina. (Islander Photo) will be the celebrant at the 8

SUNDAY: Monday: H. M. Thomas, Crews bluefish. a.m. Eucharist and will admin-

8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. Trailer Park, 31 pound grouper;; ister the Sacrament of Confirmation -
r At the Rod & Reel Pier, Mrs. J. How Is Your Subscription?
9:45 a.m. Church School. Oscar Gentry York, Pa. and Dr. at 9:15.
W. Welch has been the
6:30 Catechetical Class, catching
p.m. O. B. Pavlin Bradenton Beach,
508 74th St. most fish recently including 27
each a 25 pound red grouper HAVE YOU TRIED
TUESDAY sheepshead and 12 whiting. Walter !
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JIIIII
and Vance Greenman, Marshall,
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Furlow of Bradenton, an eight pound -
L 8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 Mich. a22pound grouper. In addition redfish, and Earl Peck of Michigan Deep Sea Fishing
r 74th Street. Dr. Pavlin landed six other
landed five reds from 4 to 9 pounds
large fish, and Greenman nine.

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION. each. ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

(Episcopal)
REV. GERALD K. Lowe HELP YOURSELFTo Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard

9 I THURSDAY* : Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
) CommunionSEPTUAGESIMA
:00( llolv
a.m. EXTRA Savings Time Money Tolls

r t SUNDAY: Elgin Water Softeners and Filters I

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. Shop the Island first! II
and
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist I
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser FRIENDLY SERVICE FAIR PRICES FINE QUALITY BONDED & I INSURED

vice.
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ROY PHILLIPS i

Churchmen. THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY :

I
Income Tax ServiceFOR 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-14S6

APPOINTMENT CALL CARS BOATS AIRCRAFTComplete MODEL D1 I I


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I Island Bowling League TOP TEN GAMES
Clyde Barman....................256
Frank Moc' .......................224 ,
Lloyd Hanson...................205
Mace Hinkle....................202
I Tom Edwards....................201
Earl Parks........................192
Clyde Harman....................192
Bob Whipple....................191
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Roger Haynes....................191
Frank Moc.......................190
Vista hungI' Jim Wuichet....................190
I First place Tropical
) onto its slim lead in the Island Hugh Holmes.....................190
Bowling League Friday night by TOP TEN SERIES JANICE

I' taking all four points in its match Clyde Harman....................607 Miss
f with Bayou Marina. High scorers Frank Moc' .......................548 and Street Mrs., I
were Tom Edwards, 201, Roger Lloyd Hanson...................543 junior at
Haynes, 541; Lefty Miller, 181- Roger Haynes....................541 is a
510. Hugh Holmes...................531 French
Second place Schuchard Plumb- Bob \Vhipple.....................525 the been M
I ing also won four points, taking Steve Alex.......................520
a match from Dick Wagner Realty. Lefty Miller.....................510 piano,
Leading scorers were Clyde Har- Mace Hinkle....................503 ing,
( man, 256-607 (both high for the Jim Wuichet....................503 (Islander
evening), and Earl Parks, 192, FOUR LOW GAMESAl
Dick Connick,462. ISLAND
n Nelson..........................87
Other team and high individual The
I I follows The Islander Russ Guild.......................95
j scores, were as : meet at ;
3, Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart- Mickey Banyas....................97 p.m.
o ments 1.(Chuck VerMett, 188-469; Bud Hottman...................103 pot luck
Frank Davidson, 162-453)). the '
Van Ostenbridge Builders 3Anna SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES ing and -

{ Maria Electric 1.(Bill Gibson, Bob Guild.......................275 Harry Club. In, I
174, Aaron VanOstenbridge, 469; Jim Wuichet....................267 er and Photos)
Jack Ehrenzeller, 189-486). Lloyd Hanson..................264 -
Stanley Insurance 3, Island Clyde Harman....................256 Garden.
Bank 1. (Lloyd Hanson, 205-543; Frank Moc.......................248 I
j Vic Reinel, 176, Cotton Brewer, Hank Niesiobedski............ 234 Bob .
478)). Kayo Keding...................234 Cliff I '
= Island Marine Supply 3, Pete Bob Guild.......................234 Ed
Reynard's Restaurant 1. (Hugh George Thibodeau............. 234 Bob
'Holmes, 190-531; Mace Hinkle, Ed Wiese........................233 Clyde
202.503)). Aaron
VanOstenbridge..233SEASON'S
TOP TEN SERIES
LEAGUE STANDINGS

Tropical Vista..................64.5 Bob Guild.........................705 Island
Schuchard Plumbing...........61 Jim Wuichet.....................638 Island
Apartments.....53 Andy Rasmussen................629 ,
Lay-Z-Liv-N
VanOstenbridge Builders....52 Clyde Harman..................607 Pete
Island Marine ..........51 Aaron VanOstenbridge..599George Tropical
; Supply
Thibodeau.............596 A. M.
Anna Maria Electric..51The
Islander....................49 ISLAND'i
Dick Wagner Realty...........48 '
Stanley Insurance............46 SSTtkite; :!;'
Island Bank..................... 39 f .
Pete Reynard's Rest..34.5 ,tH \ AP
Bayou Marina...................27
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' UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPAt '-- : Mostly About People .
>$. .
'I the service of the Manatee MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.
Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship 1 and Mrs. Karl R. Bines of Ontario,
I 4 Canada.. .Mr. and Mrs. David L.
at 10:30 February
Sunday
a.m. -
, \ Haskell of Manchester, N. H. .Mr.
I 18, Dr. Henry F. James and Mrs. Alan Hickok and daughter

will read a sermon entitled "What Susan of Orlando.

Is The Heritage of Ernest Hem- PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Stumpf of Three Rivers, Mich... .
the Rev. H.
ingway by Stephen Mr. and Mrs. John Witte Jr. of Fre-
! Frickman of the First Unitarian mont, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Church of California. A discussion Lankhorst of Fremont Mich. ..Mr.

J period will follow. Junior and Mrs. John Economon and familyof
Mus1r.Qon, Mich.
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will 10:15a.m. _
Fellowship meet at
WEST MNl SHORES: Mr. and Mrs. '
Fred B. Smith of Plaistow, N. H.
, MISS POWERAMA, 67-foot Tampa shrimp boat which went aground two 1 HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL:Mr. and
i NOTICE OF HEARING week ago west of Egmont Key. Humbug Cobb and Norman Poidevin last Mrs. F. R. Valentine of Tenafly, N.
week started salvage operation on the craft under terms of insurance company : J.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Willin of Paragon -
LEGAL NOTICE contract. (Islander Photos, with transportation to the scene furnished Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Si-
A public hearing will b. held at the City by Don Thurlow of the Bayou Marina) k : monds of Syracuse N. Y. .. .Mr. and
Offic of Halms Bach Florida on the Mrs. Richard Wilson of Dover, Del.
regularly scheduled m e e ting night onTuesday ,... .: -
ti It :. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kirby Metz of
March e. 1962. hear an app- .. F'jIjo ::T'-\it Camden, Del. .Mr. and Mrs. Char.
lication from the owners of Key Royalfor '
'?.... ._ .
.. ..
a change in the Bulkhead Line to elIminate ---- -- --- -----'" les McFadden of Decatur, Ill. .
an angular pocket which will; as I it SCUBA DIVER POIDEVIN over Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manson of Nia-
now laid out, cause grass and other debris the side the of goes gara Falls, Ont. .Mr. and Mrs. A.
at start operations to
in this Said
to accumulate pocket.
land to b. purchased from the State of check extent of underwater damage Vandenberg of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Florida. Description of said land is as to vessel. .Mr. and Mrs. Fay Williams of
{ follows Begin at N.W. corner of Section t i_ Crawfordsville, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.
21, Township 34 south Range 16 east Louis Scholley of Cleveland Heights,
t thence go south 863.25 feet) thence go \ ROSER CHURCH FESTIVALRoser Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Remmeyof
S, north 4646' W. 271 feet thence go N. x ? -
3024' W. 433 feet thence go S. 3815' Festival, the yearly bazaarof Woodbury N. J.

I W.567.68 151 feet feet;; thence thence go go S.N.67 7858'20"01'40"; E.E. Roser Memorial Church Guild, is beautiful gifts for children and ad-

116.8 feet;thence go N. 6.00 E. 650 fee*, -sJ, totakeplaceat the Manatee Coun- ults, aprons fancy and utilitarian,

to 500 a feet P.O.B.Jthence; thence go continue N. 37N.38'23"600'E.E. ty Beach Pavilion from 11 a.m. to in large, medium and small sizes,

686.14 feet; thence go S. 2420 West 4 p.m. Thursday February 22. shellcraft, white elephants (these a

1142.35 land containing feet to P.O.B.2.717 The Acres.said parcelof Luncheon will be served during the real buy), used books, plants of

Paulin. H. Archer sale, and various articles both use- many kinds, homemade cakes and
2.15 & 22 '62 City Clerk ful and decorative will be featured. pies cookies, jellies and jams.

Booths will have for sale, hand- special feature will be the pOs-

LEGAL NOTICE made articles, including useful and tal auction at 2 p.m.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
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REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
I i CLOSE-IN SHOT showing some of the Cobb-Pold.vin crew aboard the
t The undersigned do hereby certify Cobb work boat. Because of the damage to the shrimper, the salvage lob
that th.y are conducting a motel business FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
will tax the ingenuity of the repair crew.
i at 202 First Str..t North Bradenton -
Beach, Florida under the fictitious
name of FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC TWO LOCATIONS -
and that said firm is composed of the
I following persons, whose names and. Houses suitable for Island climate Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 Hth Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
places of residence are as follows} and conditions. RcmodtliRg: Repairs .
Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
I Robert W. Reinel and Dorothy Reinel : Additions. Trustworthy esti Bradenton 7S11 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
202 First str..t North'Brad.nton Beach, mates given.NORMAN WiringFixtures

Florida.Ownership of FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL ROSEDALE, Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: .746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
is as follows i Robert W. Reinel Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2S91 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059
and Dorothy Reinei.
It is our int.ntion to apply to the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and forM JUST A WORD OF WARNING.I The car manufacturerswho
a n a t.. County Florida to register ,r THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
the said name of FLAMINGO COURT In a Romantic. Provincial French recommend driving 30,000 miles-plus between chas-
MOTEL under the provisions of Chapter Atmosphere
20953. Laws of Florida, Acts of sis lubrications also caution you about the need for regular -

1941. DOROTHY ROBERT W.REINEL REINEL III Qt at1tttlair undercarriage inspection. IT IS POSSIBLE for a

202 First Street North lubricating seal to become damaged anytime your car is
n Bradenton Beach..Fioridc
j I 1-25 21. 8. 15, '62 NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEYLuncheon on the road.
at 12 Dinner st I p.m.

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The FOR BRADEl TON BEACH (At the "Pure" Sign) PHONE 778-1115
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Free dW/rery to the island"i All-Modern MOBILE HOMES

i Dixie Grande Hotel Bldq. Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'

f Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON 3EACH ANTICIPATED COMPOUNDED
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Brodentoa Beach Our luxury accommodations ___.

Tel. 742-1151 include 1)11'W' > permit your money to earn less when safety
is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
Tamiami
Cleaners EFFICIENCIES lAC" investing? Consider .
t fir Laundry BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS -
APARTIt1EttT5SURF
SAFETY (of your funds) .. .. Y
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J 1t and POOL BATHING AVAILABILITY
t FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
I AND SUPPLIES 0
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The Bradenton I
Office Equipment Co. Or Write: Box 366 See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts art
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Qovtrnment
i 530 13th St. BRADENTON Anna Maria Florida

PALMETTO FEDERAL

Island Repair & SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service

With Interett" 722-4511
Electric Service .
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We Service ,
EVERBLOOMING FENCE ROSE'
OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS ALL

TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER THE DIFFERENCEWater

HEATERS APPLIANCES PUMPS HYBRID 311

AND LAMPS.

NEAT. COMPACT. EASY MAINTENANCE
Anything in the Electrical Line may look and taste the same, but oftenit BLOOMS CONTINUOUSLYGROWS

All Kinds of Repairing can be unfit for human consumption. That is FIVE FEET OR MORE TALL
PHONE 778-2813
why we deliver to our customers, FRESH WATERof MEDIUM SIZE SEMI-DOUBLE FLOWERSOF
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the GREATEST PURITY.

MANATEETRAVEL ..
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Complete Manatee County Water

Travel Service Company *
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Airlines
r ti: Business Office: ISLAND DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY
Steamships Shopping Center, Holmes Beach Florida

Railroads Telephone 778-2022 REMEMBER Everything in the world for your lawn, garden 04 ,.....

Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Needs or problems our bnJ....
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LEGAL NOTICE \"I
Nolle is b.r.bY'vlY.n that an election
will beheld on Tuesday, March 13, 1962 CUE LINES.
from 7tOO A.M. to 7tOO P.VI. at th. City .
Oiiiee in Holmes Beach for the purpose
of electing Mayor, two (2) Aldermen, a I
City Clerk, and a City Marshal. Registration by Helen Bradley
book; will b. open until 12 Noon
March 9, 1962. Candidates for office
must 111* with th. City Clerk prior to 12 With lines nearly learned, and blocking (theatre jargon for
o'clock Noon, Tuesday, February. 20.
1962. stage business) well in hand, the cast for The Tunnel of Love is

Paulin.City Clerk H. Archer, movingright along. The Island Players will present the rollicking

-comedy by Peter DeVries and Joseph Fields for a four night run,

opening February 28 at the Anna Maria Community Hall. 1

NOW THEREFORE LEGAL NOTICE BE IT RESOLVEDby Art Nicolet of Bradenton Beachis a number of northern little theatre "

the City Commission of the City of Dick groups keeps her busy in the cold I 111I1
cast as Pepper, -
Anna Maria, Fla., that the following ass.ssm.nts eyeroving
are mad. for said Improvements rogue and man of affairs. He part of the nation. She will be
on the property as indicat.d,to wits
director for the Island Players'
guest -
done roles in four
has
1. Poinsettia Road to Jacaranda Road. previous
2. Holly Road from Poinsettia. Road to shows on the local stage in Cla- third production of the sea-

Jacaranda 3. Iris Street Road.from Jacaranda Road. udia, Laura, Yes, My Darling son, scheduled for early April. :
4. Jacaranda Road, from Newton Lan. J
Daughter, and most recently, The
to Cypress Av.nu. ;
5. Cypress Av.nu., from North Shore Show Off. This versatile actor is Back Stage Briefs: Hard workingPat
Drive to a point near the canal in Luana Huber setconstructionchairman
Isles. TOTAL 3,804 lineal feet. independently employed at pres- FOUR BAYFRONT UNITS at 110 Tenth Street South, Bradenton Beach, I I
Material used for paving Wet soil cement ent, has been an Island residentfor has fashioned a real- purchased recently from Mr. and Mrs. Marce Kantxler by Mr. and Mrs. i

grades base as presently, mixed in.stabli.h.d.c.pt place surface; six years, moving here from istic skylight for the studio apartment Fred Tessier and family, formerly of Canada. The transaction was hand- 11I1 1

at Cypress Avenue (which might b. raised Washington, D. C., where he was current set for Tunnel. led by Dick Wagner, Realtor, of Bradenton Beach.
approximately 18" upon r.comm.ndaUon -
of County Engineer John Benson) station manager for the National She claims to be at least one \

-all paved to a width of 20 feet. admits inch shorter these
Airport. Art to "girls" as days, havingleft
Rat. $1.43 p.r foot.
PROPERTY OWNERS 6919.21 feet his hobby, the girls being his that much coiffure in said I IIi

at S1.43-S9. 894.47. CITY 1502403. wife Gwen, and threeyearoldJulie skylight.Seems she was paintingit !i
TOTAL COST OF ROADS $14.918.50.
his small daughter. overhead, atop a ladder, andon
First Addition to ANNA MARIA BEACH
CYPRESS AVENUE-J.rom. G. & Ram- ----- descending, found the top of ;

ona M. Attanasio (Acreage) 110 fe.t- M her head and the paint had made V.V
$157.30. CYPRESS AVENUE-George : %
.. j- ,
O. & Edith Dean Tuttle (Acreage) 200 adhesive contact. .Back at the } v ryf s : Vi

feet-S286.00. a f helm is Director Harold Igo after 't' d1
SHORE ACRES JACARANDA ROAD--
Bennie Scanio et ol (Acreage) Plot 2-A, several weeks mending from rav- i )

N.E., Block 2; 183.62 feet-$262.S8. ages of flu. His wife Sara called
JACARANDA ROAD-John P. & Betty
Lou Huth(Acreage)Plot 1-A.S.E., Block I signals in his absence. Incom-
2j 396.49 feet-SS66.98. ,. ,
'parable chairman Nora t
WELLS TERRACE:JACARANDA ROAD PETERS props ,
-John B. & Florence R. Fell. Block 2, NICOLET Morgan, reports the donation of a
Lot 10; 30 feet-S42.90. JACARANDA Helen Peters of White Bear KEY ROYALE BONUS HOME purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas -
bucket the
ROAD-Spence O. & Mary Faith Hub- champagne courtesy Mamlo of Irvington, N. J. from Peder Mickelsen. Three bedroom,
bard Block 2. Lot 11 & 12 (60 I..teach Lake, Minn., an Island winter resident Gene Cox's, but still needed are two bath waterfront home sold for $18,400. Transaction was handled by

ROAD-F.L.) 120 feet-S171.60.& Lucille Thi.man JACARANDA Block is handling the role of the two philodendron plants, one Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor, of Anna Maria. (Islander Photo)

2. Lots 13. & 14 (60 f..t each) 120 feet$171.60. Isolde Poole, suburban housewife live and one dead, the bicycle
JACARANDA ROADGladysV.
Myers. Block 2, Lot 15; 60 f..t-$8S. and candidate for mother- clips, and the cartoon of two missionaries -
80. John & Elsa A. Block 2,
Boiteau.
hood by adoption. Mrs. Peters
in Her
Lots 16 & 17. JACARANDA ROAD, Lot a pot. phone Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
16; 125 feet; CYPRESS AVENUE Lot has appeared in Janus, Chicken number is 7781032. Mrs. Gene
16; 50 feet; Lot 17; 103.9 .t 278.9 Tree and
Every Sunday, Vinegar Cox chairman ask-
l..t-$398.83. Brady L. & F. Edna Bla- costume is
. c k w.11, Block 3, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. Ladies in Retirement with the ing for a Brownie Scout leader's 24 HOURAmbulance
CYPRESS AVENUE, Lot 1; 150 feet (to
plus curve)" JACARANDA ROAD Lot 1; Players. Active roles on radio uniform, size 12. Her committee

126.44 feet; Lots 2, 3, 4 & 5(50 f..t and television, along with numerous includes Florence Eddowes, Joan Service I:
each); 200 feet; 476.44 f..t$681.31.JACARANDA .
ROAD-Elb.rt Soskis & stage roles with the Lake- Tann and Marge J enk in s o n. i
Florence Sac a.h, Block 3, Lot 6; 50 shore Players, Edythe Bush
Handsome silk for
f..t-$71.50. Mrs. Mary M. Maher, Block screen prints ::4 I
3, Lots 7 & 8; CYPRESS AVENUE Lot Theatre, and Old Log summer set adornment have arrived from Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

7; SO feet; Lot 8;_100" foetj JACARANDA stock, plus acting as director for New York. ''II'
ROAD, Lot 8; 50 feet; 200 feet- 742-1011 BRADENTON
28600.
SHORE ACRES FOURTH ADDITION PLUMBING. ,
POINSETTIA ROAD-Col. Richard G. & PEACOCK'S
Isabel D. Banks, Block 24, Lot 15; 20. APPLIANCES TELEVISION
The Best
88 feet-S29.86. POINSETTIA ROAD-
Phlllip & Mary Rotola, Block 25. Lot 1; AIR-CONDITIONERS Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. \
125.58 feet-S179.58. POINSETTIA Expert end Prompt Sew/c YERLY PLUMBING CO. ,
ROAD-Ledley H. & Emma Hearn W.ar, CortexSWIMMING

Block 25, Lots 4 & 5; Lot 4; 56.12 f..t; 725 14th St., Bradenton, 744.0351 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
LotS; 112.24 f..t; 168.36 feet-S240.75.
POINSETTIA ROAD-Phillip & Mary Rotola. Established 1908A
Block 28, Lot 10; 114.91 ..'-
S164.32. T. A. & Josephine McKay.
Block 26, Lets 11 & 12. POINSETTIA POOLS PATIOS
ROAD. Lots 11 & 12, 57.48 feet .ach;6 Phone Call Will Bring a Representative

HOLLY ROAD Lot 12; 100 f..t; 214.96 ;
f..t-$307.31.HOLLYROAD-D. M. Bryan GENERAL MASONRY 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
Block 21, Lots 13 & 18 (50 feet
each)100feet-S143.00. HOLLY ROAD- BRADENTON
Lew L. & Florence C. Coy, Block 26,
Lots 14 & 15 (50 f..t .ach); 100 feet- Complete InstallationsWILLIAM
14300. HOLLY ROAD-George G. &
Caroline P. Norwood, Block 26, Lot 16;
50 feet-S71.50. HOLLY ROAD-L. H.
& Agatha V. Roehlk Block 28, Lot 17; '
50 feet-S71.SO. IRIS STREET-Marie R. KERMODE epntcl.alJh
Durant Block 26. Lot 1: ins feet-
$150.15.. Albert & Gladys D o i t.a u, ANNA MARIA 778-2557
Block 27,Lots 1, 2, 4 & S. JACARANDA
ROAD, Lot 1; 162.35 feet; Lot 2; 25 pjeofteJictG
feet; Lot 4; 50 feet; HOLLY ROAD
Lot 1; 168.20 feet; Lot 2; 54.71 f..t;
HOLLY ROAD, Lot S; 109.451..t; IRIS
STREET Lot 4; 100 feet; Lot 5; 87.77 .I t
feet; 7S7.48 feet-tl.083.20. Ledley H. PHELPS NURSERY $
& Emma HearnWear. Block 26, Lot 19.
IRIS STREET Lot 16; 105 f..t; HOLLY ,j

ROAD Lot 19]SO feet.155 feet-S221.65. FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS ,
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WEST COAST PROPERTIES OF CLEARWATER I
INC.-LUANA ISLES FIRST HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
ADDITION LOT NO. FEET
.POINSETTIA ROAD 1 48.97
LANDSCAPINGPINE
POINSETTIA ROAD 2 75. ,
POINSETTIA ROAD 3 75.
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POINSETTIA ROAD 4 120.1
HOLLY ROAD 4 120.44 'wr

HOLLY ROAD 5 112.86 AVENUE PHONE 778-1501 : ....,,....... .. ,,, !). ,
HOLLY ROAD 6 75. NORTH END ANNA MARIA ii 1
HOLLY ROAD 7 75.
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HOLLY ROAD 8 106.
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HOLLY ROAD 9 51.83 Ij
HOLLY ROAD 27 100.
HOLLY ROAD 28 95.
HOLLY ROAD 29 84.83 FOODLINERQUALITY ,}
IRIS STREET 9 94.04
IRIS STREET 10 78.78
IRIS STREET 11 75.74 r.I'ou
AND VARIETYHIGH
IRIS STREET 12 55. i
IRIS STREET 13 75. GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS
IRIS STREET 14 75. can also fully depend on the protection
DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS
IRIS STREET 15 75.
which experienced trust service provides for
IRIS STREET 16 75. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
IRIS STREET 17 39.27 the members of a family.By .
IRIS STREET 18 39.27 e-. ---
IRIS STREET 19 39.27 naming our institution as your Executoror
IRIS STREET 20 39.27 With Every Purchase We Now
Give
IRIS STREET 21 78.54 Trustee, or both, your estate and those

IRIS STREET 22 94.62 whom to receive it- will benefit
IRIS STREET 23 75. PIONEER SAVING STAMPSSEE you name by
IRIS STREET 24 75. field.
our long experience in the trust
IRIS STREET 25 60.38
IRIS STREET 26 112.10 OUR WEEKLY CIRCULAR!
IRIS STREET 27 111.49
JACARANDA ROAD 29 64.54 Stamp books and catalogs of hundreds of items MANATEE NATIONAL BANK

JACARANDA JACARANDA ROAD ROAD 30 31 75.84.25 ready for you at our store .. f &RADE.. ... ..
fr E f t '"
TOTAL-2.731.59Ieetat 1.43-S3.906.17 THE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
/SGladys Dumaine
City Clerk ERNIE CAGNINA. Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925 MEMBER: fWeraJtecrr* System Federal Deposit hturanct Corpcratie
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\ ISLAND REAL ESTATE I




, !K FOR SALE Shop the Island -. first! HARRY M.: RIFE GmC&x

LICENSED
t tI a-
tJ J FINE QUALITY HOMESON PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR. :

OR NEAR WATER: CANALS BAY GULF BONDED AND INSURED none 778-1500

I Designed and Built by
Phone 778-1341 klHEAVE
i WM. B. LEE COMPANY 408 ANNA MARIA

r 502 Key Royale Dry Phone 778-1917 P. 0. Box 328, Anna Maria
'-" HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST
PEALTOP' :
.. ._ ,'l
A.-' RESIDENTIAL SECTION NEAR BEACH. EACH

\ .22J7.WLFMMMTOr,. ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN

.0:_____ ,........_ KITCHEN DINETTE LARGE SCREENED PORCH
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ; ; ;

7782663Look TILE BATH. BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
PRICE
i NEW HOME --NEW
ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED--AND RENTED!
COMPARE THESE FEATURES: TERRAZZO FLOORS,
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-Terms Arranged.
WINDOWS BUILT-IN RANGE AND OVEN FULL
AWNING ,
JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

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

CARPORT. ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM BEACH. $11,600P. i 116 8Ut STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

, THIS TWO BEDROOM Concrete 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444 I
LOTS FOR SALESMALL
)' Block Home, Located at 2210
Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, hasa 1. EXCELLENT HOME WITH TWO CAR GARAGE ANDTTWO I
CORNER LOT at GULF DRIVE & 77th STREET
full tiled bath-Built-in Kitchen, BEDROOM APARTMENT, LARGE LOT, FINE LOCATION I
BEAUTIFUL PINE TREES--ONLY $2,500-Good Terms
Large Patio Room, Utility Room GRACIOUS
CLOSE TO THE GULF. LIVING I ----
and Carport.The well-landscaped GUESTS.I I GULF DRIVE & PARK AVENUE-CORNER-100 x 100 ft.
FOR LARGE FAMILY OR FOLKS WITH
i grounds are planted in St. Aug- \". I $5,700

ustine grass. Price: $13,750 L BARGAIN HOUSE: Four Bedrooms 4 Baths--$8,500.00.
about 50 x 100 ft. between PARK & BEACH AVENUES-$2,7GO
Present
mortgage $8,000 Bay Front Home--Lot 100 x 146, Seawalled. Make Offerl!
Payments, $65 monthly.Mortgagecan
;, Canalfront Lots-Holmes Beach & Anna Maria-43,000 up.
RUTH MAHAR Realtor LEO MAHAR BrokerGulf
be assumed, or we can arrange 1t:! ,
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
Canal Front Lots
Holmes Beach Shopping CenterIs
Duplex BargainEACH
this excitingly different two

bedroom Home. The Kitchen is $100 Down
UNIT HAS: ONE BEDROOM, BATH, KITCHEN,
filled with SURPRISES-Econo-
LIVING ROOM AND FLORIDA ROOM. ONE UNIT COMPLETELY -
mlcal Oil Heating. Completely $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST

Furnished. Extra Large Garage. FURNISHED, THE OTHER PARTIALLY

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

property must be seen for YOU $1,000, Down--No Closing Costs! 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath HomeIN

J to appreciate its value. PRICE:
$18,7S0-a.llttl.as$1,000 down. DON IRWIN REALTY

2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331

A GULF FRONT HOME-- ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

;I Incomeproperty GULFSIDE DUPLEXNEWLY
during the Summertime- FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV

. See this two bedroom furnished DECORATED APARTMENTS--EACH HAS
PRICE REDUCED $1,000!
r home at 3005 Avenue F, Holmes TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN AND
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
.You make down
Mortgage pay HOLMES, Realtor

ment and Terms. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
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Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1 17185tk $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 BEACH BARGAINTWO
This home can be use
or f wo.bedroom. Has I -
; JlorIda Bonus House 4
No. BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
Room on the utn cposure.
:
: Living room and fut both. Kit CB HOMENEAR SHOPPING CENTER

chen Is i I.h ed.
; com ely fJ rn
ONLY 10500.1000 Down.75 Per Month
; Large "

: lot.Ask S""v"$10,500-$2,500 -

II carry mortgage 1 r.
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WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
! dowser Iy-or make an offerl

! 3306 Gulf Drive I ,. AVAILABLEAlso
Y
Holmes Beach. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges
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SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

LOCATED AT 210-67th StreetIn COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

Holmes Beach Is one of the
ANOTHER OF OUR NEW BONUS HOMES--509 71st
MOST SPECTACULAR two bed-
room Retirement Homes ever of STREET, HOLMES BEACH, ANNA MARIA ISLAND,

fered. This home is only 2 years IS NOW COMPLETED AND OPEN FOR INSPECTION!

j old-Has 2 tiled baths-built in BE SURE TO SEE IT Three Bedrooms; Two Walter S. Haidin
t laundry and colored fixtures In
1 Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living
kitchen.Sliding glass doors make Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and Realty Company
living room and porch one large
walled--All For ONLY $16,9921! Realtors
room for summer comfort, and in

addition,there's air conditioning!
, ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
Garage. Lots of closets. Drive
and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
by and then come and let us show
t this home. Prlce-$15,500- ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
you PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2345
For term make us AN OFFER. 778-1010 BOB CABLE
BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778.1917 Manager 778-1756

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

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DONALD KAMERER
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Donald banterer,60, of 441 East I

l.a S a 11 a Avenue, South Bend, 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

Ind., died at his home late Sunday -

February 11. BLUE WATER BEACH APART- ver of LaFargeville, N. Y..Mr.and .
A winter resident of the Island MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Renalof Mrs. Waldemar Carlson of Chic- lite {Jslattd Pk atmacu
Cold Springs Harbor, N. Y.. Mr. ago. .Mr. and Mrs. Ben Noll of So.
for many years, Mr. and Mrs. Kam- Ft. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.Henry
and Mrs. Donald Walls of Bloomington Ky. Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
erer lived at 301 23rd Street, Bra- Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mc- VanDenBerg Holland,Mich. . future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
denton Reach, and have many Coll of Plant City. .Mr.. and Mrs.F. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olson of Grand registered pharmacists on the Island.
friends here. C. Valentine of Tenafly, N. J. Rapids, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles -
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Street of Buffalo, J. Bryne and Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
He owned and operated the Palm N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. Edward Con- ley Keeler of Grand Rapids, Mich. .

Garden Club in South Bend. lin of Princeton, N. J. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson of Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
Mrs. J. D. Somers of River Forest, Sheridan, 111.ZAHNISER. and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
111. Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Schmidt of HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs.G. .
Memphis, Tenn. .Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Tebbets and family of Wauwa-
Marchetti of Cincinnati. .Mrs. R. G. tosa, Wis.KENNEDY.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Acken of Westfield N. J. Mr. and APARTMENT: Mr. and COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Mrs. Donald Mueller of Palatine, Mrs. Charles Ricica of Briton Mich.
( Payment Required) Ill. .Mr. Walter Kloog of Western NICHOLS APARTMENT: Mrs. Si- Open Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
1.00 inch; SOc minimum Springs Ill. grid Gran and daughter and two
GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and grandsons of Willow, N. Y. Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
SI 1 nCIinH! in The tJanJcr for ou'r!' Mrs. Ken Kiessling of Marshall, COOPER HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs.
$.:.0 p*rnr, 2iil '\\\A\V it delivered Mich. .. Robert H. Wells and Harry William Spinner of Lansing Mich.
I Iiv mail i Jili u.rJiy. )l.1il'f.ur. Henning of Cincinnati. Mr. and SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr.
check. \lu; \ ur n.til a,1rr..oL:: to The Mrs. Ben Noll of South Fort Mitchell, and Mrs. Carl E. Hicks of Mason
/.;:7i/(.:. .1nra1."ria. Florida. Ky..Mr. and Mrs. K. Matty of So. Mich., their daughter, Mrs. Hollis
River N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Gleo Clark and children of Holland Mich.,
Neikirk and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nei- and sister Miss May Foley of Am-
FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes- Beach kirk of Somerset, Ky. Mr. and Mrs., herst, Mass. This is the sixth win-
Lob with plenty of trees. Near Lester Gulick of Somerville, N. J. ter that Mr. and Mrs. Hicks have visited I
Shopping Center and zoned for Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Trent of Lake the Island.
Wales.. .Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jack- BRIDGE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. T.
Duplexes. $2,500 each, terms. son of Arcanum, Ohio..Mr. and Mrs.H. F. Lajiness of Luna Pier Mich. .
Call 778.1010 Walter S. Hardin J. Holbrook of Bridgeport Conn. James F. Kennedy and Mathew Col- 1
Realty Co., Inc., Realtors. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barker and well of Hudson, N. Y. .!\Ir. and 1t t
son of Jamestown, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lindeman and daughterAnn
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished room. of Willard Ohio. N
Mrs. J. W. Ferguson of Higgins Lake,
Home Privileges. Phone 178.2028.ISLANDER Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Zurich of HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. JEB s aiesj s es

PHOTOS: As a service Sayville, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. JohnF. Fred Newbauerr of Schenectady N.
to oar readers, 5 by 7 enlargements Phillips of Birmingham, Mich. Y..Mr. and Mrs. James Behan of KORET OF CALIFORNIA
John Kazwell of Constantine Mich. Downsville, N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs.
of any picture appearing The Islander COQUINA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Fred Lathrop of Scotia N. Y. Mr. KORASET is a product of FABRIC:
are available at$1.25 each.
Mrs. H. E. Drake of Wetland Onto and Mrs. Ira. C. Tudhope of North our patented process. 100% Cotton
BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS: Hero Vt. .Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Me-
FOR RENT:in Charming Holmes Beach efficiency for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Snodgrass and yer of Frostproof. Mr. and Mrs. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

year-aroond apartment rental. $85 month Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hertel of Colum- Howard Calhoun of Parker, Ind. . Machine wash and dry PEDAL PUSHERS
per bus, {ad.SCHELTER. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cole of Caro-
includes all utilities. Walter S. .
Never needs ironing CAPRI PANTS
DECK: Mr. and Mrs.D. lina Beach, N. C.
Hardin Realty Co., Inc, Realtors. Person of Harrisburg, 111. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. Pleats and pants creases JAMAICASBLOUSES
Telephone 778-1010. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Dee Swigart of Matteson stay in for life of garment
and Mrs. P. Danielson Greenhurst 111. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sweeneyand Crease resistant
FOR SALE BY 2 Bedroom
OWNER: N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Walter Con- son of Rochester N. Y. .Mr. Spot resistant SKIRTS
CB home with lot.
extra Comple- nick of Grosse Pointe Mich. and Mrs. Emil Pelsy of Francesville,
NATURALAQUACORALSATISFACTION
of less than 1 1
Shrinkage %
tely furnished, newly redecorated SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Ace Haywardof
throughout, ready to occupy. Has Mrs. Benjamin Deliso of Agawam Bellevue Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. C.
gas wall furnace. Between Gulf Mass. Lahoda.of Berwyn 111. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED fOR THE LIFE OF THE GARMENT
and Bay. Reasonable. Has to be PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and !Mrs. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. I
seen to be appreciated. 105 12th Henry Hone of Fairgrove, Mich. Samuel Jones of Wells Vt. .Mrs. J&&
Street North, Bradenton Beach. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: H. Schmidtman and party of Lansing .
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tellkamp and Mrs. Mich. '.

FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded Norris of Muskeog Wis. .Mr. and BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS:
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto Mrs. W. Nesson of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullen of Para-
shopping center and walkwayto Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sievert of Wafrea gon, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. Shieblaof .7
Culf. Each lot 57H ft. front Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fraserof Hagerstown, Md.S. Layaway .1 Phone
by Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.
105 ft. Zoned for
deep. Duplexes William Carter of Mohawk, N. Y. and Mrs. Mark Beltaire of Grosse Plan CAR: +*' men or homes. Will sell separately. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Pointe Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Phone owner at 7781619. liam Steemland and of Grand
Mrs. Benjamin Davis of Rockwood, family
Maine. Mr. and !Mrs. Charles Mc- Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency on Vey and family of Northbrook, 111. Counts of St. Paul Minn. Mr. and
the Bay, $45 per month. Also furnished CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. A. M. 'Grasse of Chicago. Mr. IT'S PARTY TIME !
2-bedroom with heat, $60 A. Barker Jr. of Logan, W. Va. and Mrs. T. Stevenson of Cincinnati
per month. Phone 778-2776. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of Cin- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomas of
cinnati. .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Modi Columbus, Ind. Playing Cards, Tallies, Napkins, Prizes, Fancy Candy
'of' Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Hal SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr. and
PANSY PLANTS IN PEAT POTS- Aebischer and daughter Sally of and Mrs. Tony Kwant of Grand Rap-
691 per Dozen. Homewood 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ids, Mich. CHILDREN'S SWIMWEAR & CLOTHING
Clinton of Wilmington Del. Mr.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
-THE FLOWER GARDEN- and Mrs. Fred Hoyt of Baldwinsville TODDLERS THROUGH 14----B 0 GIRLS
liam Reasner of Anderson, Ind. Y S &
Just West of the Holmes Beach N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. A. Herath of Mr. and Mrs. William T. DeCamp of

Post Office on 54th Street. Plainfield 111. Mt. Vernon N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. R. RENTAL LIBRARY
MAHAR APARTMENT: Mr. and Settle of Hamilton Ohio. Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Helm of Harrisburg Pa. Mrs. N. H. VonSoosten of St. Louis I ; The Sand Dollar Gift ShopShirley
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes ESTRE LITA APARTMENTS: Mr. Mo. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Pixley of
Beach. S3.300Tenns.CORNER and Mrs. John DeKock of Hebron Batavia N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. and John Duytschaver
LOT on Paved Street. Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.. A. Langemeenof Rutschowof Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and
$2,650 Cash. John B. Prothero, DeMotte Ind.LAYZLIVN. Mrs. A. H. Meyer and daughter Sharon -
Registered Broker 11 6-8 1st St. APARTMENTS: Mr. of Williamsville, N. Y.
TELEPHONE 7782554.. and Mrs. Wesley Erickson of Ches- EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.
terton, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Ted and Pamelaof
Bosgraaf daughter WAHOOThe
ALTERATIONS on all kind of cloth- Payn of Clinton, Iowa. Lea Wald- Hudsonville, Mich.
ID,. DreMmakinjc Drape Phone, enstrom and Karen Granholm of Chi.,
'Mr*. Frank' Beard. 7781431. .cago. ...Mr. andMrs. Glen Johndro- (See also Pages 2 and 5))

Marble Game
FOR SALE: Canal Lot on Chi I son Newest
ISLAND TV
AYeaae. Call 7782177.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales ft Sen. GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703
Ice. Bradeatoa Btach Fire Dept. Only $2.50rd

Frank Beard. 778.1431. Zenith COLOR] PhilcoIF

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE .
: Mowing, eda a.. trimming ;
Floors cleaned Ucf.polWa-'
ed Windows washed and oiled' WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT HOBWE.JItop
Prompt.and efficient atrvfc .
JUueaaltM rates references far SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this .

nithed.Ken Fellows. Phone 778-2894 is the place! ( 778-1020
after 4:30.HOLMES .
.' ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

BEACH LOTS: 90 x 105 ..
ft. frontage. Paved Street, City
Water. Excellent Location. Boat The Best
RYE GRASS SEED
Slip Available. Also canal lots.
Call 7782171.

Insurance 1 lb. 20c 3 Ibs 59c
SHELL /

Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- qq Always 2 Ibs 40c 5 l Ibs 89c:

17.6c.per gal. over 75 gal., .
18.6c'pcr gal. under 75 gal. suance Costs LessHolmes 10 lbs $1.50island ;:.

No. 2 Fuel Oil-

16.7c per gal. leach 778-1697 UOOOe fl tf iisi'c S Hardware

$5.00 minimum delivery or & Marinc Supply .

PHONE 743-08?! n'.1s4i If it's General Hardware or Housewares or Garden Supplies, we have it-

or will get it for you 778-2811
DELIVERY ON ISLAND
YOUI ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boats, Scott Motors, Murray Trailers.I'apt .
EVERY FRIDAY





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