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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 22, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 537 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1962 TEN CENTS t


I HOLMES BEACH YOUNGSTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING

DROWNS IN CANAL
Kevin Lee Welcome.Signs To Be ErectedSigns

I months old, drowned Friday visitors the Island the
welcoming to will be erected at or near
nal near his parents' highways from the three bridges by the Island Chamber of Commerce.At .
71st Street, Holmes Beach. the of the chamber
regular meeting Thursday evening, Jean-Paul
Forty-five minutes of St. Laurent, chairman of chamber's sign committee, was authorized -
mouth resuscitation, oxygen ala. 4 to erect the signs at a total cost of$345. Each of the three signs will be
I ternal heart massage, plus seven feet in diameter, and will be similar in design to those erected
ical resuscitation, failed F. recently by Manatee County, featuring a fish wearing sunglasses and a
,
the youngster.His + +x baseball cap.

mother, Mrs. John Col. FrancisChilson, chairman of membership committee, out-
bridge, missed the little lined the all-out drive being conducted for new members during Febru-
moment about 10 a.m. "' ary. He said committee members Ralph Parrish and Roy Ferguson were
him floating face down in + canvassing Anna Maria;!. D. Webb the area of the Holmes Beach Shop-
by canal. She plunged in t ping Center, and former Mayor P. C. VanRensselaer, the Bradenton
him out and called Dr. 14jt/fr :1 Beach business establishments. !
of Holmes Beach who : 1 Chilson commendedVanRensselaer for having brought 15 new mem-
the boy dead after his ''';1{ }L 13-* '- bers into the chamber, which brought the total of new memberships to
vive the youngster had GARDENERS Capt. and Mrs. Mitch Davis of Archer Way, Anna 24. He suggested that each member try to get at least one new member -
l pictured against a background of seven to eight foot high tomato
equipment
Emergency in their back yard. Although plenty of labor went Into growing an "every-member-get-a-member" campaign, with the goal an
to the scene of the 102 plants, the results justify the labor Involved. (Islander Photo) increase of 100 per cent.
members of the Bra Treasurer Larry Blatterman reported a total of $2,314 on hand, with
Volunteer Fire Department.Survivors SCOTT TO BE NEXT $175 in bills payable.
HOBBY SHOW TUESDAY
include his BEACH MAYOR President Bill Lee in reporting on a meeting of the board of directors -
brothers, Aaron, John A hobby show and sale of home announced the resignation of Don Irwin as a director, and the appointment -
paternal grandparents Mr. the deadline past for candi- baked food will take place at the of VanRensselaer to take Irwin's place on the board. He explained -
Aaron VanOstenbridge, to' file petitions; for the Holmes recreation hall at Pines Trailer that Irwin resigned because he .is no longer in business in Brad-

Holmes Beach; his city election, former Mayor Park, Bradenton Beach, from 10 enton Beach, and felt he should not serve as a representative on the
F. Scott will be the next
mother, Mrs. Lucy of-the city. may- a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Febru- board from that city.
many, and his maternal was first elected in ary 27, with the public invitedto As chairman of a committee to investigate the possible renaming of
mother, Mrs. Florence mayor attend. the county beach, John Beckeu.reported on a meeting of the committee -
and served five
Anna Maria. one-year the three Island mayors and Bill Geeslin and Jim Gallery of the
Funeral services were before declining to run for re- CARD PARTY WEDNESDAYA County Public Relations Bureau.He .
in 1961.
fith-Cline Island Chapel Pete Niles, who succeeded card party sponsored by the said the conclusions drawn from the meeting were that any suggested -
with the Rev. Richard K. would not seek re-election, auxiliary of the Bradenton Bead L{ change in name should be made through the County Beach Park
pastor of Roser Memorial Fire Department will take and Recreation Commission for recommendation to the County Comm-
more than 150 names were sign- placeat
officiating. Burial was in to a petition asking that Scott's the fire house at 1 p.m. Wed- ission. Beckett said, however, he did not feel Geeslin approved any !,
Memorial Park. in which would omit the Manatee.
name name
change
Feb. 28.
be placed on the ballot. nesday, Players are
r .asked'to take their cards. $t., Laurent, ,as chairman.of,the constitution committee, reported ..
for the two places on own
a proposed constitution for the countywide chamber of commerce was
city board of aldermen are in-
Mrs. Ruby White, John H. by Ken Fellows for the one-yeal r, returned recently to Robert Knowles for revision.A .
Robert R. Rankin and Ralph term as marshal; and City Clerk committee investigating the bus transportation situation promised a
Brown. Mrs. Pauline H. Archer, who is run. report at the March meeting.
candidates are City Marshal ning unopposed for re-election to a Mayor VanRensselaer spoke of the poor condition of Gulf Drive, and
one year term. suggested the chamber request some better maintenance of the State
Stafford, who will be opposed
Road Department.Dick .
3)w.I p Wagner pointed out the lack of lighting on the three bridgesto
the Island, and asked that the chamber request some action by the

r ;'!::' SRD. Both matters were turned over to the road and bridge committee :{
1 for investigation. ..
-j Harry Varley, Tom Edwards and Dick Wagner were named as a

planning committee to map a program for the chamber. Lee definedthe a
l s chamber's purpose as advertising the Island and promoting business l''
opportunities here.

fJ Chilson Webb and Parrish were named as a committee to plan and I
arrange a joint fish fry with the Longboat Key Chamber of Commerce ,

: so that members of both groups could become better acquainted. Both \
members and their wives will be invited to attend the event. .
WELL KNOWN Following a discussion about the possibility of a welcome center
Marshall, who now Is r'r and information booth near the entrance to the Anna Maria Bridge,
rapidly from coronary Dick Wagner pointed out the chamber had been granted permission to .j
.d several weeks ago. (I (
Photo) use a small area in the beach pavilion for that purpose. 't
VanRensselaer also suggested investigation into the matter of dredging .- ,
the Longboat Pass and a motion to do so was passed.
NEW SMALL-CRAFT
if.) HOME on 75th Street of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Collins, one of five "TUNNEL OF LOVE" TO -
CORTEZ FISH FRY FRIDAY
AVAILABLE NOW Island homes to be featured in annual tour of homes sponsor
by the Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The Annunciation. OPEN WEDNESDAY
The U. S. Coast and Members of the Cortez Volunteer -
( Photo)
Survey recently has The Island Players' second Fire Department will serve

Intracoastal Waterway ,.... presentation of the winter season one of their popular fish fries
-
-
857B, covering the area ,-- The Tunnel of Love, a live
:: ----- ,',#. at the firehouse from 5 to" 7:30
lotte Harbor the south :t.. Peter DeVries is
on _' ly comedy by p.m. Friday, February 23.with .
Bay on the north. The scheduled to open at the Anna
are printed back-to-back Maria Community Hall at 8:30 Harold Igo the director.p.m. .

accordian-folded and 4 drY'i Wednesday, February 28, Advance ticket reservations
small-craftskipperin a a and run through Saturday. may be made at the Manatee
jacket--a chart format Included the cast of the play County Beach from 2 to 5 p.m.

suited for plotting in close i are Doyal Raburn,Nina Stephens, Saturday, February 24: or Monday

Including 5 miles of Art Nicolet, Helen Peters, Hel- February 26. Tickets may
hydrography, as well as the ena Burnham and Glenna Snyder, also be purchased at the door.
ary inside navigational
additional inform a

small-craft operator, the T 3 1 1Irj1) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
scale charts are twice
existing charts of the Temperatures Water Rainfall

the new charts represents j 8am Noon 6pm High
major alteration in the -
Feb. 13--61 70 66 74 68 None
Chart formatsince the
Feb. 14--66 70 66 '76. 67 None
the series 25 years ago,
Feb. 15--61 70 66 78 70 None
corporates many of
found only in the pop u I VISITOR Robert H. Terhune, State Director of Agriculture in 0 Feb. 16--63 70 70 76 '-i 68 None
Small-Craft Charts and (I.ft), with host Marvin S. Kiln. of 74th Street. Director Terhvne Feb. 17--64 70, 70 76 69 None
here after spending some time at the Florida State Fair In To..- Feb. 18--68 78 70 84 70 None
vide suitable information last week as guest of Agriculture Secretary Doyle Conner. (Islander Feb. 19--70 78 70 85 68 NoneI
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The ISland'erANNA' MARIA, FLORIDA geKse aK GUEST EDITORIALFAITH J

TELEPHONE 778.2021
m By THE EDITOR CAN MOVE MOUNTAINS

Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL
Received a letter this week froma During the month of February the Anna Maria Island Chamber of
and
News KIMBALL
advertising..MARGE gentleman who signs himself "Re- Commerce is conducting its annual membership drive. So far, the drive '

Mall Addresss Anna Marla, Florida porter for the Hermit of Chautauqua is meeting with success, due to the untiring efforts of a few volunteerswho
Hills." The Hermit is describedas are physically soliciting new members. These volunteers will prob-
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in a "retired world vagabond, well ably miss some prospective members, but that does not mean that your
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. known for his editorials in verse in membership is not desired, and so, is hereby solicited.
Advertising rate $1.00 column Inch. of 10% for
Discount
per Western New York State newspaperssuch Many people have the mistaken idea that the Island Chamber is a E
six consecutive Insertions if paid by tenth of following month.
the DUNKIRK OBSERVER and closed for the and convenience of a
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column Inch. as organization, run solely promotion
BUFFALO COURIER-EXPRESS, (reprinted few Island businessmen and women. Nothing could be further from the I
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn in the CongressionalRecord truth, nor from the By-Laws as set forth in the Chamber's Constitution.The .
)." On a recent visit to An- Island Chamber was founded on Faith-in-the Future of Anna Maria '.
Independent weekly published every Thu.da) l1y na Maria, he praised the Island for Island, not only for people in business on the Island, but also for every -
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida
I I its freedom from trees disfigured by fortunate resident and visitor who enjoys the God-given and man- t
which he calls "Cob- made wonders of this small bit of His creation.
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March-3,1879. Spanish moss,
webs of Hell." Following is a quat- The Island Chamber is working to improve road and bridge conditions;
rain from his editorial on Florida; to beautify the entire Island; to control erosion; to eradicate mosquitoes;
ZONING BY PLAN The Spanish moss which devils spin to advertise the wonderful life to be enjoyed here; to advise and assistin
' Seems very much like Castro's chin. zoning matters which will be beneficial to all the people; to providean
I' One of .the Island's ever-present problems is that of zoning, But take a look at Anna MariaA adequate transportation system to and from the mainland, and many
f I'I\I and particularly the not infrequent requests for spot-zoning. At. moss-free Queen as angels see her. other worthy projects which affect business indirectly, but which at the
.', tendance at the various city meetings has shown the requests same time, improve living conditionsdirectly.Faith .
to be, almost without exception, for changes which would allow Overheard soda fountain: First and cooperation by all of us, will result in the ultimate attain-
ommercial enterprises in locations where previously they had thirteen year old to second ditto: ment of the goals of the Island Chamber. The end result will be an even -
been denied. "When you make $200,000 a year, better place in which to live and in which to conduct a business if
Not once during the past three years has anyone asked fora the government takes 91 percent of one so chooses.We .
change in zoning from commercial to residential even as a it in income taxes." hope that all who read this will have a similar Faith in Anna
joke. Maria Island, and will show this faith by becoming members of the Island '
And, although there have been some cases where the requests We understand--on very good au- Chamber, attending meetings and giving the Chamber the benefitof
have been denied, those cases seem to be the exception rather thority--that there need be no fur- their thinking and efforts. Such Faith in our Island's future can assur-
than the rule. The majority of the requests have been granted. ther speculation about bond issuesin edly move the mountains of backwardness now confronting us, and open
Reasons for granting the changes usually seem logical and Palm Beach County, or other factors vast new horizons of good living everywhere on Beautiful Anna Maria
feasible, and even the most ardent opponent of spot zoning wouldbe the Braves are definitely hea- Island.
hard pressed to advance arguments against granting the changesin ded elsewhere for after this
training EDITOR'S NOTE: The above editorial was written by Col. Fran-
individual cases except that in almost case it is
every
season--with West Palm Beach the
cis A. "Brud" Chilson and each
a property owner taxpayer in of
spot While zoning we are very much in sympathy with development of odds-on bet for location. the three Island cities, and chairman of the chamber's membership

new business on the Island both now and in the future because Winter traffic* to* the* Island and on committee. Persons wishing to become chamber members may do
our own business future is closely allied with that of all the Island is seldom heavier than it so at several places on the Island, among which are Blatterman's
other Island business, we believe some additional safeguards should was afternoon. To an all- Market, Bradenton Beach; the Island Pharmacy or the Chamber of-
bs initiated in all three of the Island communities to give more Sunday Islander, that steady line of fice in Holmes Beach; or the office of Ralph Parrish or The Islander -
zoning protection to the homeowner who has bought or built in year carsheaded toward the toll-gate at in Anna Maria.
an area he believed safe from encroachment of commercial en the look
bridge can easily assume a
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terprise. UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPThe
like the : 30 30 30 **
following This seems like a good time and
More than six in the of 1955
years ago early part a 30 ** 30
30* 30t 30* 30* Manatee UnitarianUniversalist
place to remind Island residents and -
_ qualified expert on planning and zoning, George F. Emery, studied
Sport cars. visitors that the book sale projectat Fellowship, at its meet-
the problem, and later submitted a report on what commercial
*Compacts. the County Beach pavilion, ing Sunday, will hear Dr. HenryF.
81 ea he thought the Island would need when it was fully developed.Mr. *** op-
Emery's report showed the Island would need, when the Regular Cars. erated by the Island Kiwanis Club, James read a sermon prepared -
NEEDS BOOKS, according to infor- by the Rev. Leon Converse,
population had reached a total of 22,580, only 18.6 acres for "local
business area," plus additional. 4.4 acres for tourists, a total We_are taking the liberty of pass mation on a post card we received lay director. the American Un-
of 23 acres. At the time he made his report, more than six years ing along an invitation from'Clyde today. The project yields about one itarianAssoCiation, and entitled'
ago, the Island had a total of 51.1 acres zoned for business. Phelps, our neighbor from Phelps' thousand dollars annually,with the "On Being Spiritually Literate." :
'And while we do not agree with Mr. Emery's estimates of Nursery. After spending a pleasant greater partofthat sum being turn-
the size of the area needed for tourists, believing his figure to be half-hour roaming around the nursery ed over to Happiness House. The LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
recently, it occurred to us that books in demand Senator Ed H. Price will
much too small, neither do we qualify as an expert on zoning.As greatest are pap- Jr.
this is written, no estimate is available of the number of here is a pleasant place for almost erbacks. So, let's get at itl! discuss Home Rule at an open
acres now zoned commercial, but it can be said safely that the anyone to while away some time, meeting of the Provisional Lea-
total number of acres zoned commercial has increased rather than especially so the camera fan who CUB PACK DINNER SUNDAYThe gue of Women Voters of Manatee
decreased during the six years since the Emery report was made.In has his camera loaded with colored Blue and Gold dinner of County at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb.
making his report Emery included under "land zoned for business film. Also a place to pick up some Island Cub Pack 7 will be ser- 27. The meeting will be held at
areas which allowed trailer parks and motels.So informative booklets on various aspects ved at the County Beach Pavil- the Florida Power & Light Co.,
in conclusion, we believe further study of the zoning probe of Florida gardening furnished ion at 6 Sunday, Feb. 25. 1201 Ninth Avenue West, Brad-
lem possibly on an Island-wide basis is strongly indicated, by the Manatee County Agricu- p.m. enton.
not only to protect our residential areas, but also to protect our ltural Agent.
and future businesses from potential loss of customers *
because of a great shrinkage of residential zoning. Another request, but one which is YOUR INSURANCE ON YOUR HOME, CAR OR

entirely agreeable to us, is by Anna
BUSINESS IS LIKE A GOOD SHOE .
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES Maria Police Chief George Jordan
George has asked us to take a few IT MUST FIT COMFORTABLY!
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f February 22, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page 3 j

pound red snapper.On Saturday: J. E. Maloney 38pound MRS. LA BELLE C. HART .

". CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing Sunday's nip was a young ten- grouper; Emilio Felix, 34 pounder, Mrs. LaBelle C. Hart, 84, of 520 ;

{ MEMORIAL CHURCH nis player from Holland, now visit- and C. Hall, 24 pound grouper. 58th Street, Holmes Beach, died
,
i (Non-Denominational) ing the area, andhewasamazed at eee Friday February 16. Born'in New '
r KraJeulun Beach SS Pier fishermen have been catch-
,. the size and number of fish caught. !
York State, she moved to the Island
W. SIMM
t: RLV. A. ; ing sheepshead in recent days,
plusa
ADMIRAL TOO CharlesE.
:-,-t\UA: Tuesday: from Alden, N. Y. in 1938.
Warren, 23 pound C. F. few angelfish and blues. At the
9S0:: a.m. Sunday School. grouper; Survivors include her husband Arthur -
1U:30: a.m. Worship :>em.t" Lamberth and Henry Emmons, eacha Rod & Reel Pier, Pete Karr pulledin G. Hart, Holmes Beach; her

Passengers aboard the Cortez deep 17 pounder, and Kasper Asche, a two large blues; Dale and Helen daughter, Mrs. Aaron VanOstenbridge -
ST. BERNARD. MISSION sea boats fared well in the battle of 13 pound red snapper. Morey, 8 sheepshead; Florence Ru- Sr. of Holmes Beach, with
"rrJl KK\ UtAXIWLLSMII.UK
; S..f"cllll of: MaMsM the grouper during the past week, _Wednesday: G. E. Kissner, 28 Ib. ggles four sheepshead; Harry and whom she made her home; a sister,

:MlA\S: 8:00 and 10.00) a.m. with some excellent catches repor grouper, and Lila Sawyer, 20 pound Charlotte Shepard and Irene Kukas, Mrs. Lucy Moore, Rochester, N. Y. :
WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a-m. ted. grouper. a total of 15 sheepshead which ran
three and three
HOLY.. DAYS: 8:00 aun. and 6:00 pm. Results reported by Mrs. Jim Sagefor Thursday: Reid Steen, 15 1/2 lb. between 3 to 4 1/2 pounds apiece; grandchildren.grandchildren great-
Ho and Benediction.WKUNLMMYS ;
:ar) : 1:30 p.m the ADMIRAL are as follows: grouper AlSievert, 12 1/2 pounder. Sam Jones, six angelfish; Jim Blan- Shewasamember of the First
Tuesday: Vance Greenman and kenship, 8 sheepshead, and J. Allen Presbyterian Church, Bradenton.

Harry Allen, each caught a 25 lb. Friday: S. A. Sandvik, 35 pound 10 sheepshead. Funeral services were held Mon-

REV.ISLAND LEE BAPTIST RATUIT,CHAPEL Pastor grouper; Lois Barnard, a 24 pounder grouper; C. A. Sandvik, a 17 1/2 NEW CHARTS AVAILABLE. .. day at Funeral Home Shannon, with

andRoyConstine, a 23 pounder. pounder, and S. B. Herschberger a (Continued from the Rev. Alfred Bixler, pastor of the
1))
THURSDAY: A. J. Stube, 30 pound 16 black Page
3:00 Jr. G. A. Wednesday: pound grouper. First Presbyterian Church, and Rev.
SUNDAY p.m.: grouper;C. C. Creamer, 26 pound 000 pleasure boatman until Small-Craft Harvey Bass, pastor of the Christian
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. grouper; Reid Steen, 24 pounder, Top catches on the BEST BET for Charts are prepared for this area. Reform Church, officiating.
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. and Ed Westhoven, 16 pound red the week were: Tuesday:Frank Cole. The multicolored charts were Interment was in Manasota Memorial -
5:30 p.m. Jr. Training Union and snapper. V hada25 pound grouper; W. Miller, compiled from the latest aerial Park.

Fellowship. Thursday: BelleFelkey, 23"pound 21 pounder, and Joseph Berkemeier, photography which clearly deline-
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. grouper, and Harvey Hookway, a 20 pound red grouper. ates shoreline and marine facilities.
Service.
7:30 Worship
MONDAY p.m.: 17 pound black grouper. Wednesday: W. L. Martin, 24 Large-scale insets of Sarasota Ven- VOICESI

6:30 p.m. R. A. Friday:Edwin Viel, 24 pound gro- pound grouper; Kay LeMaster, 17 ice, and coverage of the Boca love the voices of the dawn
TUESDAY: uper; Walter Lang, 21 pound grouper pounder, and Ritchie Jordan, 15 lb. Grande entrance and the Manatee That wake another day.

7:30 4:00 p.m. Intermediate Revival Prayer.C. A. ; and H. W. Priest, Al Kolk and grouper. River to Bradenton are also very use- I love the music of the clock,
p.m. Gerald Zoerhof, a 20 pounder each. Thursday: C. Eggermont, 18 lb.
WEDNESDAY: ful.A That ticks the time away.
3:00-7:00 p.m. Revival Prayer Saturday: W. R. May and Joe Hue- grouper; Ernest White, 9 1/2 poundred list of 80 facilities available to
Meetings. penbecker, a 22 1/2 pound grouper snapper. The largest fish caught small craft for docking, supplies, The laughter of a littl e childA

7:30 8:30 p.m. Revival Chapel Choir.Services. each, and Bryce Rogers, an 18 pou- that day was a 24 pound grouper by fuel, and services is published on bird's exquisite trill i:
p.m. nder. Carl Grumbeck, but which was not the inside of the protective chart A bugle call at even tide. \

Sunday: D. R. Bouma, 29 pound entered in the jackpot. jacket. They are tabulated and keyed When all the world is still.

ROSES MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational grouper; T. A. Farrow, 26 pounder, Friday: Harry Allen, 20 pound red to the charts by name and num- The crooning song the kettle !
) Frank Robinson, 24 pound grouper, grouper, and Duane Davis, 12 poundred ber. Tidal ranges referenced to St. sings
Resident WICCINS Minister: REV. RICHARD K. and H. W. Reisling, a 14 and an 11 grouper. Petersburg also are included in the The rhythm of the rain =

tabulation. The restless rustling of the J
THURSDAY: R41 Other information included on the leaves, ';
11:00 a.m. Guild Bazaar.
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. charts and the folio jacket offers Are notes in a refrain. ,
'SUNDAY rules of the road, whistle signals,
: I love the voices of the
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. -I list of symbols and abbreviations, night
P
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. I. storm warning signals, and instruc- Their song the senses steep
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11:15 a.m. Worship Service. tions for weather They lull a fretful weary world
W. ..,. obtaining daily
5:30 p.m. Fellowship S pper. 11.'. ..".'''''' \ j ...\' ,\\. ,. :. .'" \.' v forecasts by marine radio-tele To peaceful rest and sleep.
and \ .
Adult
6:30 Program .1.-'z."
Senior p.m.and Intermediate Youth ", '.".-.J... .. phone. The small craft operator The coo of dove, the thunder'sroar
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Fellowships. j may maintain a course in deep water -
WEDNESDAY: \.0. by observing the blue-tinted 6- The north winds plaintive whine

9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. I -. foot curve on the chart. These Voices of the day and r'
10:00 a.m.2:00 Missions
Workshop. p.m. t These new and unique charts are night

7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. T. offered to the public for only 500 a Make harmony divine.
set, and are available locally at

Dobbe's Hardware. But don't wait Mrs. H. C. Searcy
GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL too long, they look like best sellers. I
i LUTHERAN CHURCH .. _.._ I
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I Minister: Rxv. FRANK LYERLY Elgin Water Softeners and Filters

SUNDAY:
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service.
9:45 a.m. Church School. BONDED & INSURED
6:30 Catechetical Class, LACK OF FISHING plctur.s this w..k led to use of this "mood" photo _
508 74th p.m.St. taken on the Cortez waterfront. (Islander Photo) ROY PHILLIPS 1

TUESDAY: : THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY {
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Patronize Our AdvertisersHAVE
8:00 p.m. Luther League 508 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-1486
74th Street.

YOU TRIED t
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I THURSDAY Rrr.:COULD(Epbcopal K.) LOWE Deep Sea Fishing Shop the Island first!

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.

SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY: ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality
: 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
I 9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard
Church School. ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser. Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
vice.
I 7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young

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Island Bowling League --

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Tropical Vista stayed on the win
side by taking three points in its =: .z
match with Dick Wagner Realty in
Island Bowling League action Friday .IJIP

evening.,High individual scores
were:Jack Colson, 226, Bob Guild, ,
j 564; DickConnick, 203, Earl Parks, \a.

517.Other team and high individual ; ,
t scores were as follows: Bayou Marina I
f 4, Island Bank 0. (Hank Niesio- f a .a fi
bedski, 218-570; Bob Reinel, 196- '

'I 492). VALENTINE DAY FASHION SHOW at Anna Maria Community Hall featured .
i Schuchard Plumbing 3, Stanley fashions by IRENE'S, and accessories by the Sand Dollar Gift Shop.
t
Insurance 1. (Chick Chapman, 192, Pictured models are Irma Cox (left) and Betty Lou Huth. (Islander Photo)
Frank Moc, 518; Clyde Blue, 199-

535)). COLE APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.
,
About
1 Mostly People. ,
Anna ;
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments3 Nelson Deschambeaalt of Biddeford, *
f Maria Electric 1. (Frank Davidson, (See also Page 8) Me....Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Kelley .
I 191-519; Roy Ferguson, 183, Jack BIGGS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Of Larchmont, N. Y.
J Ehrenzeller, 459). George Blaesing. .Rhinelander,Wis. PHOTOGRAPHIC beach study by Rene Redon of Anna
" 3 The WALLACE Mr. and Maria.Subscribe .
Pete Reynard's Restaurant ,
HACKNEY COTTAGE: Mr. and CpOTTAGE' .
Islander 1. (George Slee, 218-542; Mrs.J.RutketotClTkeslmrg.N.J. Mrs. Anthony Mr. and
of
Mrs. Nicholas Mamio Irvington
Kayo Keding, 212-579). i N. J. t to 'The Islander' Your Newspaper

The'Island Marine Supply--Van- Clyde Blue......................535 *
Ostenbridge Builders match was postponed Lefty Miller.. ....................529 Willis Rhinelander. and Mrs. ..
and will be bowled at 9:30p. of Wis.
Tom Edwards:.................. 526 Ray r
.m. Friday February 23. Bob Whipple.....................522 SEAHORSE COTTAGE: Mrs. Car- NOW AT PIERRE'S"Fabulous J S
TOP TEN GAMES FOUR LOW GAMES rie Probst of Baltimore, Md.
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Jack Colson...................226 Mel Akins.........................87 ROCHON COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Fashions
, Bob Guild........................221 John Duytschaver....,.........91 Raymond Tench of North Adams,

i Hank Niesiobedski..218 Ralph Kleinbeck.................92 Mass. for Special Occasions"Let
George Slee...................218 George Wagner..................103 ?
i Kayo Keding..................212 Mrs.SWEAT C. D.APARTMENT Higgle of Toledo: Mr., Ohio.and Miss Bauerle, of the national award winning familyof
Roger Haynes..................212 SCHEDULE-February 23 .
;. Bob Whipple.....................204 Tropical Vista-The Islander BAHIA MAR COTTAGE: Mr. and Chicago, create a completely! new coiffure for you. The
Dick Connick.................203 Pete Reynard's-Stanley Ins. Mrs. L. T. Williamson of Framing- skills that have made the Bauerle family famous will cost
Clyde Blue......................199 Island Marine-Island Bank ham Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy you no more.
Anderson of Ont.
;' Bob Reinel...................... .196s Bayou Marina-Lay-Z-Liv-N Toronto
; NEXT "FASHION LUNCHEON" TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
Hank Niesiobedski..196TOP A. M. Electric-Schuchard
KERMODE COTTAGE:Mr.and Mrs.
; TEN SERIES Dick Wagner-VanOstenbridge Earl Mills of Maryvjlle, Tenn.SSTfkitt 1 to 2 P.M. PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB

Il Kayo Keding..................579 HAIR STYLES by PIERRE'S
Hank Niesiobedski............ 570 il : \\\ WARDROBE by RAYMOND'SNo

Bob Guild......................564 Sands \, Extra ChargePIERRE'S
Jack Colson.....................561 ., : .. .' .< "I
Roger Haynes..................546 *E,.. ,"; APARTMENT, '0'\\ BEAUTY STUDIO PIERRE H. DUBA, OWNER
4500 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Island
George Slee...................542 Call Collect-Bradenton
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Thursday February 22, 1962"". THE ISLANDER p:Se 5

ST. BERNARD BARBECUEAND -e
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BAZAAR SUNDAY 4.r V.. r
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Everyone is invited to attend

the joint barbecue and bazaar of ....31_ M

". the Men's Club and Women's Guild

-, of St. Bernard Mission Church, to V: -. '..

be held at the church grounds in S

Holmes Beach,startin.gat a.m. TV -S P

I Sunday, February 25. 1a ,r
The menu includes barbecued 'v ;

chicken, potato salad, cole slaw .4'S

I and rolls, offered at SI per per- e, ; ;

I son.In addition, homemade pies, 5 .. ..:r'
cakes and other foods, will be ,-M, r" PARTY FOR GUESTS at S. S. White Sands Motel last week, at which
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offered for sale in the bazaar, I -.. "'"'_ Manager Lou Heckert was assisted in serving by Mrs. Carl Mattson of

plus games of skill for everyone. NOW AN HONORARY CITIZEN of Cap Cod, Mas., Mayor Jim Ferguson Wolcott, Conn. Cake for party was baked by Mrs. Jack Koreto, daughterof I
of Anna Maria received his credentials from Fred "Cape Cod" Bald-
owners Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sellas. (Islander Photo)
j win of Harwlchport, Mass and Bradenton. Certificate Is sponsored by
Mid'Cape Jaycees. (Islander Photo)
LEGAL NOTICE
P NOTICE OF INTENTION TO v
J REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
1 The undersigned do hereby certify .5
that they are conducting a garden supply ".., "''' ''
business at 217 54th Street Holmes 'i.. ,
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Florida, under the fictitious '" '. .. z
I Beach 4. -c" ,
name of THE FLOWER GARDEN, and ., '. "'- ,
that said firm is own.d by the following .....",.'"'!oPt.. ',.' ...IM.. .
,whose names and places of residence .. .
persons
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; are as follow.t Balazs 14. Orban .... . 7
and Shirley C. Orban, 216 75th Street. < .. .. .. .. .
. West. Bradenton, Florida. /. -..' .... ,.' '.
I, Ownership of THE FLOWER GARDEN \ :.i..'.. i... 'Y' .
is as allows t Balazs U. Orban and Shir- ,.:. .
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' l., C. Orban. \ '- r..! .. ,
It is our Intention to apply to the r
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for .tPLENTY -.
f Manatee County Florida, to register / \ .,. { -- .
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the said name of THE FLOWER GAR "
DEN under the provisions of Chapt.r .. ,
20153, Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY last week finds Mort Clark blowing out

SHIRLEY BALAZS U.C.ORBAN ORBAN candles on huge cake, as Mrs. Clark and Mary Fitzgerald watch proceed.

216 75th Str..t West ings. No age was mentioned, but number of candles made use of flash
Bradenton. Florida unnecessary in taking picture. (Islander Photo)
222. 3-1. 8, 15, '62
OF PAPAYAS on trees at home of Capt. and Mrs. Mitch Davis.

Trees were set out only two years ago, but have achieved tremendous
LEGAL NOTICEA growth and are growing big crop of fruit. (Island Photo) FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
public hearing will b. held at the City
Office of Holmes Beach, Florida on the TWO LOCATIONS
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regularly scheduled meeting night on BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC -
Tuesday, March 6, 1962, to hear an app-
Houses suitable for Island climate
Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 14th Street W.
lication from the owners of K.y Royalfor WHITFIELD CHAPEL
a change in the Bulkh.ad Line to eliminate and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
\ an angular pocket which will, as : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Tamianri Trail, Sarasota
} now laid out, cause grass and oth.r debris given.NORMAN Wiringfixtures
to accumulat. in this pock.t. Said ROSEDALE, Anna Maria L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
land to be from the State of
purchased Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 7782059THE
Florida. Description of said land is as
follows Begin at N.W. corner of S.ction
21, Township 34 south, Rang. 16 east,
thence go south 663.25 f..t} thence go JUST A WORD OF WARNING.I The car manufacturerswho
north 4646' W. 271 feet; th.nc. go N. FINEST IN FRENCH eUISINF-
3024 W. 433 feet; th.nce go S. 3815' In a Romantic. Provincial French recommend driving 30,000 miles-plus between chas-
I W. 151 f..q thinego S. 6758'20"; C. AtmosphereGJfjmttrrlmr
567.68 f..t; th.nc. go N. 7801'40" E. sis lubrications also caution you about the need for regular
116.8 feet;thence go N. 6.00 E. 650 f..t
to a P.O.B.jthence continue N. 600'E. t undercarriage inspection. IT IS POSSIBLE I for a
, 500 f..t; th.nc. go N. 3738'23" E.
686.14 feet; thence go S. 2420 West lubricating seal to become damaged anytime your car is
'1142.35 f..tto P.O.B. The said'parcel .
NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KE\
I!.. of land containing 2.717 Acr... Luncheon at 1Z Dinner at I pm on the road.
Paulin. H. Archer
2-15 & 22 '62 City ClerkHEASONEH Sarasoto 388-2805 '


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Dixie Grande Hotel BldQ. Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53' t

Ph. 744.0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH ANTICIPATEDCOMPOUNDED

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4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING 11 is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES EFFICIENCIES 0.1 -.. .EACH investing? Consider .
'i trodenton Beach Phone 778-1185 BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS 'APARTMENTS
I e SAFETY (of your funds)

SURF and POOL BATHING C AVAILABILITY .. '
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND
SUPPLIES e
For Reservations or Information Call 7781511Or SERVICERETURN S
The Bradenton

Office Equipment Co. Write: Box 366 .S.e PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these 'features. All accounts art
insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
530 13th St. BRADENTON Anna Maria, Florida ..

PALMETTO FEDERAL

4 Island Repair & SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

"Senice With Interest" 722-4511 \\1
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Anything in fne Electrical Liner may look and taste the some, but oftenit

All Kinds of RepairingPHONE ORCHID TREE
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e Railroads Telephone 778-2022 REMEMBER Everything in the world for your lawn, garde and pet*.

Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Needs or problems. our 1Ndi....
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Mostly About People I Itl
See also Page ,) CUE LINES. If
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LAY Z LIV N APARTMENTS: Mr.
and Mrs. I). S. Prothero and children
Frank and Connie of Tottenham, Ont. by Helen Bradley
.. .Mr. and Mrs. William Wiesemannand
Mrs. Arlene Gronert of Chest- With only one week of rehearsal remaining, Director Harold Igo
erton, Ind. ..Mr. and Mrs. Raymond is pacing his actors like thoroughbreds-into a sure win with The
Tallman of Freehold N. Y..Mr.and .
,
Tunnel Love Peter DeVries' of and
of
Mrs. Willard Crum of Frankfort, lively comedy marriage a
Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Frank Unger of infidelity in suburban Connecticut. Opening night will be Wed- I

Frankfort, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. W. nesday, February 28, with a four-night run through Saturday,
K. Pollitt of Amelia, Ohio. ..Mr. March 3, at the Anna Maria Community Hall.
and Mrs. E. Deemer of Minneapolis -- -
Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sagle of Sau. Helena Burnham of Anna Maria will sals are made more enjoyable by her
Ste. Marie, Ont.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Richard delight her audiences once again ina original compositions on the piano.
Sharpe of Sao. Ste. Marie. role well suited to her talents, .5.
SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr. that of Miss McCracken, the digni- BACK STAGE BRIEFS: When you ERNIE IGA CAGNINA congratulating Mike Brown of Bradenton Beach
and Mrs. J. B. Margerum and son ofElizabethville. fied and understanding adoption agency hear the lusty sounds of a baby ex- after Mike was named winner of pictured Go-Kart at Anna Maria I IGA store I
N.J. ...Mr.and Mrs.J. investigator. Miss Burnham ercising his lungs and perogative, Saturday. (Islander Photo)
E. Taylor of Minneapolis. came to Anna Maria from Brookline, emanating from the Anna Maria Com-
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Mass. about ten years ago, and lives munity Hall, it's for real!-on tape,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stellas of Chicago with her sister on Willow Avenue. that is. The sound effects of a hun-
are enjoying a stay at their homeon From numerous roles with The Am- gry baby, necessary to the performance -
72nd Street, Holmes Beach. ateurs, well known Boston pioneer of TUNNEL are supplied by
+ Little Theatre, she has performed young Mark Steven Ratliff, son of
Mrs. Andrew Sellas, her daughter, skilfully with the Island Players in Mrs. Ken (Virginia) Ratliff, and nephew 1
Mrs.Jack Koretos and children Don- ALL FOR MARY; THE LATECHRITOPHER of Glenna Snyder, who portraysthe faIIII--IIAII! Stn kISII tlllEtlNIIVI.$81.7tIIII {IIIS'
C BEAN BELL BOOK baby's natural mother in IIa eIInxsttas::
stage
na and Barbara are vacationing at ; as Y! B tatSiS tSL'SSAIIa
the Sellas home on 72nd Street. AND CANDLE; CHICKEN EVERY the play. Mrs. R a tli If, who lives IIa rde ::uxus2
SUNDAY; THE TWO MRS. CAR- with her parents, has made a collec-
Mr. and Mrs. George Knobloch of ROLLS; ANGEL STREET; NIGHT tion of tape-recorded infant sounds,
Decker, Mont. are spending the win- MUST FALL; MY BOYS IN THE beginning with the tape being used,
ter with their sister, Mrs. Charlotte PENTAGON; THE TORCHBEARERS when little Mark was 12 days old.
Snyder of North Gulf Drive. and HARLEQUINADE. .Watching Pat Huber demonstrateher
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Other guests of Mrs. Snyder are place with only a paper napkin for
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carrigan of material, interested onlookers were HANDSOME HOME on Marina Drive of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox will be a r<
Sheriden, Wyom. unprepared for the work of art which feature of annual tour of homes to take place on Sunday, March 11.Islander .
now graces the set for TUNNEL. ( Photo) i
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.Snyder of Del- -- -
phos, Ohio are vacationing at the JOHN M. WATERMANJohn

Adams Apartments on Spring Lane, M. Waterman, 58, 302 Gulf

Anna Maria. Drive South Bradenton Beach, diedat

Mr.andMrs. James Vallie and fam- BURNHAM SNYDER Memorial Hospital, Bradenton,
ily of Ypsilanti, Mich. are spendinga Saturday February 17.
short vacation at the Kennedy Ap Glenna Snyder will be seen in the Wintering on the Island for eleven
artments. role of Estelle Novick, the first ad- years, he moved here from Worcester -
option investigator, and "ot-
agency N. Y. where he was born. He
THIRD BASE COTTAGE: Mr. and her woman" in the play. Miss Sny-
inventor and a fur-
Mrs. Vincent Guarino of Framingham, der has been a resident of Anna was writer an I
Mass. Maria for seven years, was born in niture repairman.
Washington, D. C., and lived in Cal. Survivors are his wife, Barbara,
Members of the Milwaukee Braves ifornia during her childhood. This and twin brother, Paul S. Water
who are staying on the north pointare pretty newcomer to the Island Play- man. FINE, BRAND NEW TWO BEDROOM HOME ON 85 foot
Mr. and Mrs.*Warren Spahn, Mr. ers' stage graduated from Manatee Funeral services were held Mon-
SODDED LOT. 12 x 16 foot PORCH, 14 x 24 foot CLOS-
and Mrs. Eddie Matthews, Mr. and High School, and at present is liv-
at Griffith-Cline Island Chapel
Mrs. Del Crandell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ing at home with her parents, Mr. day ED GARAGE. PRICED AT ONLY $14,950.
McMillan and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ad- and Mrs.Harold Snyder of Gulf Drive. with the Rev. Lee Ratliff. pastor of
cock. She has ambitions in the field of mu- the Island Baptist Chapel, officiat- Designed and Built by
.
sic and coffee breaks during rehear- ing. Cremation was to follow. WM. B. LEE COMPANY

BERQUIST APARTMENT: Mr. and .r 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. O Box 328. Anna Maria
Mrs. Jay Medema of Pella, Iowa. PLUMBING. .
PEACOCK'S

TWINS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. APPLIANCES TELEVISION The Best
Leo Sokup of Rhinelander Wis. AIR-CONDITIONERS
& Blalock Inc.
Wyman-Green
Expert and Prompt Service YERLY PLUMBING CO. ,
SPEER DUPLEX:Mr. and Mrs. El- CortexSWIMMING
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Established 1908A


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Complete InstallationsWILLIAM

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BEAUTY SERVICES
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FOODLINERQUALITY
LEARN TO DO How long does a "silver spoon" last?

YOUR OWN AND VARIETYHIGH
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The circumstances when
parents' a youngsteris
GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS
l' INCOME TAXRETURN DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS born are less important than the steps taken to

k.. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES for the future. You
help assure protection owe
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SHORT_COURSE With Every Purchase We Now Give your Will, to make sure your wishes will be
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( Stamp books and catalogs of hundreds of items NATIONAL BANK
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FINE QUALITY HOMESON
SALE HARRY M. RIFE \ Ox
OR NEAR WATER: CANALS lAY. GULF
LICENSED
I Designed and Built 6y REALTOR'
DICKWAGNER WM. B. LEE COMPANY PAINTING CONTRACTOR :

502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778.1911 P. O. Box 328 Anna Maria BONDED AND INSURED tW1tE778-I5OO


\I Duplex BargainEACH Phone 778-1341 408 HEAVE AHNAMARtA

sry_ iII HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST
i j UNIT HAS: ONE BEDROOM, BATH, KITCHEN,
RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH
jt LIVING ROOM AND FLORIDA ROOM. ONE UNIT COM-
UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN
t PLETELY FURNISHED, THE OTHER PARTIALLY
KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;
FURNISHED. EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN AT $10,500.
7782663Look TILE BATH. BEDROOMHAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
r, $1,000 Down-No,Closing Costs!
I ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED-AMD RENTED!

t DON IRWIN REALTY NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED..Terms Arranged.

2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331 JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

Look For These Signs Estate Sales & Rentals

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
THIS TWO BEDROOM Concr.t.
LOTS FOR SALESMALL
I Block Home, Located at 2210Avenue
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
B, Brad.nton Beach, hasa
I CORNER LOT at GULF DRIVE & 77th STREET
full tiled bath-Built-in Kitchen, CANALFRONT HOME
BEAUTIFUL PINE TREES--ONLY $2,500-Good Terms
Large Patio Room, Utility Room TWO BEDROOM,ONE AND ONE-HALF BATH HOME
and Carport.The w.ll-landscaped GULF DRIVE & PARK AVENUE-CORNER-lOOx 100 ft.
SEAWALLED LOT--PRICE $16,950
grounds are planted in St. Augustine $5,700

Prices $13,750
Pr.s.nt grass.mortgage about $8,000, ONE LOT ON BAY, WONDERFUL VIEW5500. 50 x 100 ft. between PARK & BEACH AVENUES-$2,700

Payments, $65 monthly.Mortgagecan P. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444
1 be>> assumed, or we can arrange RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf

for larger mortgage. WATERFRONT FOR SALE Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159

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GULFSIDE: 2 UNITS--Excellent Rental Return--$24,000, LUANA ISLES
ARE YOU A ONE-CAR FAMILY?
# TERMSBAYFRONT
109-59th Street-Very close to
Canal Front Lots
r Holmes Beach Shopping CenterIs : HOUSE ON 100 FEET OF BAYFRONT,
this excitingly different two
WITH SEAWALL--$15,000.
I bedroom Home. The Kitchen, Is $100 Down

filled with SURPRISES-Econo- .
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CAN LFROHT: 2 SEAWALLED LOTS, $3,500 & $4,500
mlcal Oil Heating. Completely $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
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Furnished. Extra Large Garage.One 1
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and one-half Baths. This 5,, CANALFRONT: 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME21600.

property must 1 be>> seen for YOUto .:& Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN

appreciate Its value. PRICE Phone 778-1333-
I Coquina Building :
$18,750-ca.II"I.a.$1,000 down. SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
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1 Anna Maria, Florida
I[ A GULF FRONT HOME-- ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

t Can also serve you as Income No Need For CarTWO
; property during the SummertimeSee .- FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV

this two bedroom furnished BEDROOM, TWO BATH FRAME HOME ON LARGE
PRICE REDUCED $1,0001
home at 3005 Avenue F, Holmes LOT. SCREENED PORCH AND TWO CAR GARAGE.
Boach-You will find the relaxed
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO GULF AND SHOPPING
,conditions have been
living you 2 Bedroom C B HomeNEAR
t seeking. Property Includes three CENTER. OWNER HAS REDUCED THE PRICE DRASTICALLY -

lots. Home and furniture as Is.- FOR A QUICK SALE--$12,500--TERMS. THE GULF

PRICE! 18,500-0wn.r will carry -
You make down EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING TV
I Mortgage payment JACK HOLMES, Realtor

t and Terms. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
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. Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1171 $13,500 With Excellent Terms!

LOOKING FORA SMALL HOME? SSik STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH

And ONLY 100 Feet from Beach? L S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman
HOLMES BARGAINTWO
This home can be us.clti.s eitherone BEACH

t or two-bedroom.>> Has FlorIda Bonus House 4
Room on the outn posure.Living No. BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

room and fut bRth. Kitchen CB HOME----NEAR SHOPPING CENTER

Is completely furnished.i ONLY $10,500-$1GOO Down..$75 Per Month


i I lot.Large Ask 6'V'landscap.d$10,500-$2,500 -

dew II carry mortgage
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WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
i tit
I at imyhly-or make an offerl
AVAILABLEAlso
LocateaWt 3306 Gulf Drive,

Holmes Beach. the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE .
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I US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

LOCATED AT 210-67th StreetIn COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

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

, fered. This home' Is only 2 years IS NOW COMPLETED AND OPEN FOR INSPECTION!

i old-Has 2 Walter S. Hardin
tiled
baths-built in
laundry cr.d, colored fixtures in BE SURE TO SEE IT I Three Bedrooms; Two

Baths; Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area; Large Living
kitchen.Sliding glass doors make
t Room. Screened Porch. Waterfront Lot, Landscaped and Realty Company
living room and porch one large
Seawalled-AII For ONLY $16,9921! Realtors
room for summer comfort' and In

addition,ther.'.air conditioningl
ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
I Garage. Lots of closets. Drive
and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
i by and then come and let us show

! this home. Price-$15,500- ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
you PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
t For terms make us AN OFFER.
7781010 BOB CABLE 778-1756
. BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive7781917 Manager

.....NN JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778-2307

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UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

. ( Payment Required. ) Tw pleasant, lUre, to tee one's name in print.=LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

1.00 inch; 50c minimum
BLUE WATER BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter Jr.
of Wyoming, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Smith of DesMoines, Iowa. ..Mr. ike "slant Plt a'imacu
FOR SALES CB DUPLEX Furnish. and Mrs. F. Bugenhagen of Lockport, N. Y. ...Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dixonof

.cL CONCRETE CARPORTS. Tiled Manhasset, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. William Echart of Winnetka, 111... Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled, filed and recorded for
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fiegler of York, Pa..Mrs. James Rousmaniere of future reference. Emergency deliveries. We are the only
Bathrooms and Showors. Flvo mln Oyster Bay, N. Y. ..Mrs. Ruth Feser of Burlington, Wis. .. Dr. and registered pharmacists on the Island.
ute walk to Gulf, Post Office, Shop Mrs. D. A. Nabors of Cincinnati. ..Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Rutschow of Tol-
Contor. edo, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Johnson of Park Ridge, Ill. .Mr. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
ping and Mrs. J. B. Anderson of Joliet, 111. .. Mrs. Elizabeth Y. Beach of
I
MAKE AN OFFER! Mansfield. Pa. ...Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wiley of Nashville, Tenn. .Mr. Self-Service Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
and Mrs. Arthur Street of Rochester N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bab- and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
DEAL WITH OWNER cock and Mr. and Mrs. R. Briggs of Pleasant Ridge, Mich. .. Mr. and ,
Mrs. J. H. Watters of Virginia Beach, Va. ...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Strohof
310 57th STREET Dayville, Conn. ...Mr. and Mrs. Lief Erickson of Toledo, Ohio. COMPLETE REXALL LINE
Mrs. Lota Moakler of Hartford, Conn. .Mr. and Mrs. W. Anthony of Ea-
HOLMES BEACH Open Sundays 1:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
ston, Md.. ..HALEY'S MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Robertson of Del-
PHONE 778-1645 mar, N. Y. .. .Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Nelson of Waltham, Mass. .. .Mr. and Phone 771-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mrs. H. E. Boat of Selby, Iowa. S. F. Smith of Brockton, Mass. .. Mr.
and Mrs. George Morris Jr. of Sheffield, Ala. .. .W. S. Marsh of Newington -
Conn....Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Avellar Jr. of Provincetown, Mass. THE CORSETTED LOOK IS OUT !
FOR SALE: WAL'S MOBILE I .. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pickering of Edinburg, III.. Mr. and Mrs. John
Mackay of Quebec.. .HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fle-
HOME SALES, HIGHWAY 301 tcher of Baltimore, Md. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kinstler of New Lebanon, IN !
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Schenectady, N. Y. ..Mr. and THE RELAXED LOOK IS
AND FIRST STREET, BRADEN- Mrs. Roy E. Simpson of Niagara Falls, N. Y.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Gerry
Threlkeld of Chariton, Iowa. .Mr. and Mrs. G. Minners of Wyckoff, N. J.
TON. NEW SCHULT MOBILE .. Mr. and Mrs. James Charles of Newark, Ohio.. .Nina C. Stanford of iAPSWIM
Midland, Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayers and Mr. and Mrs. Walter SUITS
HOME DEALER. Lang of Chittenango, N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menderer of Howells,
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clarke of Tenafly. N. J..ROD & REEL
PHONE 778-2374 MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Potter of London, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. fl1Nbiir
Fred Hoops of Wantagh, N. Y. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Smith of Pough- y
keepsie, N. Y...Jill and Sue Rendich of Scarsdale, N. Y. .. Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Franklin of Hillard, Ohio.. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick of St. COLE OF CALIFORNIA
WANTED:White Maid for hotel work. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunter of Toronto Ont... Dr. and Mrs.
NANI I OF HONOLULU
Phone 778-1511. John Black of Wet her s Ii eld, Conn. ...NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
James Saucer and Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Spillar of Tallahassee. ..Mr. ALFRED SHAHEENROSEMARIEREID
FOR SALE: 12 x 24 foot Furnished and Mrs. H. B. Hofmann of Huntington, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Victor F.
Cabana.With 8 x 23 foot Aluminum B.Calkins of Buffalo, N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Newman of Richmond, t\\fl ''L
Trailer. Complete, including electric Va....Mrs. J.W. Pierce and family of East Millstone, N. J... Mr. and i
brake Hare moved North and Mrs. Emery Hamilton of New Richmond Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coor I/flI) ALIX OF MIAMI "
MUST SELL! See Jim Templin at of Mt. Prospect, 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rupp II of Mansfield, Ohio.. .
Golf Park.ISLANDER. SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mrs. Lawrence Fannon and Mrs. Herbert
Schumann of Loveland, Ohio. ..T. Miller of Paterson, N. J..Mr. and MATCHING,2
PHOTOS: As a service Mrs. J. C. Smith of Greenforks, Ind. .. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.
to oar readers, 5 by 7 enlargements. David Savacool and party of Fairfield, Conn.... Mr. and Mrs. Philip -: SKIRTS AND JACKETS
of any picture appearing in The Islander Lord of Garden City, N. Y. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dykstra and Mr. and
are available at$1.25 each. Mrs. Louis Hoogewind of Grand Rapids, Mich..Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Horn -
FOR RENT: Charming efficiency er and daughter of Cincinnati. ..Mr. and Mrs. Enea Bossi of West Orange
apartment la Holmes Beach for N. J..Mr. and Mrs. David Reichert and family of LagrangePark,
year-aronnd rental. $85 per month Ill. .. Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Sneary of Indianapolis.. .Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
includes all utilities. Walter S. .Olmstead of Wolcott, N. Y. .PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Hardia Realty Co., Ine:, Realtors. jamin V. Davis of Rockwood, Me.. ..MAHAR APARTMENTS: Mr. and
:' Telephone 778-1010. Mrs. Walter Corrick of Grosse Pointe, Mich. .CUTI-TINO APARTMENTS -
: Miss Marie G. Tabrah of Honolulu. ..Miss Margaret Reed of Wa-
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded useon, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Yoos and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Barlowof
high Iota in Holmes Beach. Closeto Kannapolis. N. C. ... MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. L. S. 4tCs BAR 4.mart ;Women
Ring and son of Claremont, N. H. ..Mrs. Esther Littlefield of Manchester -
shopping center and walkwayto
N. H..PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hayden and Mr. and Mrs.
Calf. Each lot 57fc ft. front
by Ray Shafer of Hutchinson, Minn. .. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Alexander of IRENE CASSADY, OWNER
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexes
or homes. Will sell separately. Largo... Col. and Mrs. C. R. Connely of Washington; D. C.. ..TRIPP'S
Phone owner at 778-1619. COURT: Major Robert R. Blank and family of Dover, Del..Mr. and NOW Is The Time
Paul Evernham of Whitehall, Mich.. ..Mr. and Mrs. John A. Holden of -
Mitchell, Ind....James and Avery Johnson of St. Clair Shores, Mich....
YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blank and family of South Bend, Ind.. ..Mrs. M. T. LIVE Palm Trees &Orange Trees
the Bay. $45 per month. Also furnIshed Zusi of Ocala.. .CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Richard
2-bedroom with heat $60 Spyker of Grand Rapids, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Louis Medved of Milwau- READY TO MAIL--79 to $1.79 .eJ5
per month. Phone 778-8776. kee.. BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andres of .
Big Rapids, Mich... Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell and Mr. and Mrs. S. Noe .
PLANT SPECIAL-12 SALVIA in of Stanford, Ky... FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. ] Citrus Candy
PEAT POTS, 69* (Reg. 98*) MacDonald of Yorktown Heights, N. Y....BAY BREEZE COURT: Mr. r.
ONE WEEK ONLY and Mrs. W. Lockwood of Valley Stream, N. Y.. BIMINI BAY RAY Blossom
APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kilday of Cincinnati.. Charles P. Orange Honey
-TOE FLOWER GARDEN Edwards and party of Clifton Springs, N. Y. ... Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Neu-
Just West of the Holmes Beach muller of Langsford, Pa.. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Steward of Marion, Ohio The Sand Dollar Gift Shop

Post Office on 54th Street. .JENNINGS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Dahlkamp and daughter Shirley and John Duyttchaver
of Webster Groves, Mo..Mrs. William J. Fries and sons Mitch and
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes Russ of Crestwood, Mo.. .. VISTA ALEGRE: Mr. and Mrs. E. Niewoonder a' NOW II
Beach. S3.300-Term of Kalamazoo, Mich.. ..PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Richard AVAILABLE!
CORNER LOT on Paved Street. Modi and family of Milwaukee... CALAMONDIN APARTMENTS: Mr. and
$2,650 Cash. John B. Prothero, Mrs. R. A. Barker of Logan, W. Va. .. .PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. NEW INTRACOASTAL
Registered Broker, 116-81st St. and Mrs. Walter Corrick of Grosse Pointe, Mieh... .Mr. and Mrs. A. D. '
TELEPHONE 7782554. Parrott of Madison N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bodin of Lily Dale, N. WATERWAY CHARTS I
Y... .SANS SOUCI COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cray Mr. and Mrs.
ALTERATIONS. aH kind of cloth Howard Kissinger and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Karel of Ripon, Wis... EL k1EI \
lag. DnssMillng Drapes. Phone 857 A.8578, Covering
MIL Frank Beard. 778-1431. MAR COTTAGE:Mr. and Mrs.A.Madegczyk ud sons of Fennville. Mich.IF .

FOR SALE: Canal Lot on ChilsonArenae. THE AREA FROM

Call 7782177. WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT CHARLOTTEHAR80R

THE EXTINGUISHER Sales ft Sarr. SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then thisis
Ins BrmdoBtoB Beach Firs DspL the place!
Fnak Beard. 7781431. Q,
ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021 0

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN. E: a a TO
TENANCE: Mowing edgiag trimrfnf .

Floors cleaned and polish ISLAND TV ...TAMPABAY
ad Windows washod and oiled
... Pio.at and affideat ..... GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703 .-:
'f
***.*"U rotes rtfsrsncss for.Bitted. .
Ken Fellows. Phone 7784B94
after 4:30.HOLMES Zenith ICOLORI Philco ? SOf

BEACH LOTS: 90 x 105
ft. frontage. Pared Street, City
Water. Excellent Location. Boat The Best
Slip ATallable. Also canal Iota. j
Call 778-2171.. Dobbe'sIsland


SHELL Insurance --'z

Kerosene & No. 1 Fuel Oil- antq Always Hardware

17.6c per gal. over 75 gal., &

18.6e per gol. under 75 gol. Costs Less h : -: Marine Supply

No. 2 Fuel Oil-

16.7c per gol. Holmes leach 771-1697 \I

$5.00 minimum delivery .r (
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PHONE 743-0891 77M54IYOUt .... ,

DELIVERY ON ISLAND especially adapted
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY
EVERY FRIDAY ..for craft useor