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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: March 1, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 538 ; ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962 TEN CENTS
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.ISLAND MISS FLAME, Janice Higgins FIRE DISTRICT MISS FLAME !
(top picture), after she won .
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title at Holmes Beech Yacht Club The first annual Firemen's Ball of about 30 students- at- the schoolwho

lastweek. At right In picture Miss f ; da and Miss Flame Contest, sponsoredby visited a high school group in ':

Linda Mulholland, Bradenton Miss the three volunteer fire depart- Pennsylvania earlier this year.
Flame, who crowned Miss Higgins. A I
e+ ments in the Anna Maria Island She also earned a school letter for
Second picture shows winner fight-
FireControl District took at scholastic achievement and lists as
place
ing to control tears of excitement, ?
after receiving crown and trophy. r r. the Holmes Beach Yacht Club Wed- hobbies, water skiing swimming "

Front left Is Bonnie Lee Brown, nesday evening boating, sewing, dress designingand I
p named first runner-up and at right, With a standing-room-only attendance piano playing. '

Kathy Guild, second runner-up. At Janice Higgins of H o 1 m e s Bonnie Lee Brown, 15, the first
bottom all ten contestants, from
are Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. runner-up is the daughter of Mr.
lefts Mlchele Garcia, Kathy Guild
I 1 Dianne Bell Bonnie Lee Brown, Herald H. Higgins, was crownedMiss and Mrs. A. W. Brown. A freshmanat

I Janice Higgins, Yvonne Coarsey \N2f Flame, and Bonnie Lee Brown St. Joseph School in Bradenton

I Fran Nlesman, Patty Sue Wyatt, and Kathy Guild, both of Bradenton Bonnie says her hobbies are dancing I

I I Jayn. Lynn Larry and Sandra Riley. Beach were named first and second swimming and horseback riding -

(Islander Photos) Miss Linda Mul- i I
runners-up.
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t tI holland the Bradenton Miss Flame Kathy Guild the second runner- I

,I crowned Miss Higgins, and County up is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '

Commission Chairman Mike Klem- Russell M. Guild. She is 16 and is
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mer presented the winner with an a senior at Manatee High where

1 .arm b o u QU e t of red roses. Island she is a member of the mixed chorus. -

COUNTY COMMISSION VOTES Fire Marshal Leon Stafford presented Kathy is secretary surer of
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It I EROSION SURVEY BY WOOD trophies to the three winners. the youth fellowship at Roser Memorial j

The Manatee County Commission Dave Whilldin of Bradenton was Community Church and

r Monday voted to enter into a con- master of ceremonies, while Mrs. her hobbies are dancing water skiing -

tract with Sydney Makepeace Woodof .. .. ; Whilldin directed the competition. swimming and bowling. i
Judges were Mrs. Edgar H. Bauman
Groveland noted consulting engineer SERVICES
: BAPTIST REVIVAL
and erosion control ? 'f Mrs. Walter S. Hardin and the

.J Wood has agreed to make expert.a preliminary :' r three Island mayors, James O. Fer .'Revival.. C 1-. Services 1 ...:11 ..at.1,_the Island...Bapwin "_In-
( u.n. ape taivc place ak iuv/
of Anna Pete Niles of
Maria
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of the guson
study County's er-
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osionproblemsalong its Gulf beach ,. '0-...."..,.: Holmes Beach and Victor Reinel of p.m. each evening through Friday
March 9. The church will

f and stabilization to __make of recommendations the beaches for for a : ); 15-.J ?: "Sg Bradenton Other aspirants Beach.to the local Miss be open each evening nursery for children
: three
'through A taxi service
years.
Flame title Michele
fee of 2000. .. "- :. were Garcia
will be for Island residents -
One half Wood's fee will be paid .. ..d. ,; b Dianne Bell Yvonne Coarsey Fran operation
I who cannot drive. For this ser-
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by the County $750 by the Anna ;- Niesman, Patty Wyatt, Sandra Ri-
vice call 778-2337 before -
Maria Island Erosion Prevention District ley and Jayne Lynn Larry.In anyone may

and $250 by the Town oft It'.I j addition to the trophy crown 6:30 p.m.
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+ Longboat Key. : and sash received at the contest The Rev.' John L. Smith of Montgomery -
;t1a < Ala. of the Dal-
s Wood has estimated-that his the winner will receive from the pastor I
: preliminary
raida Church of that
Baptist city
study will take approximately sponsoring fire departments an evening -
90 days to complete. In a letter outfit complete with all accessories will be the evangelist.
and will be Serving as chorister will be the
I' to the commission Wood em- eligible to
\ in the statewide Miss Rev. Lee Ratliff the Chapel pastor,
phasized that the study is not Intended compete
and Mrs. Grace Alderton Mrs. Rat- I
Flame contest in Sarasota 4.
for detailed design and con- May
liff and Miss Donna Can will
serveat
Three winners of the statewide
struction of an entire beach erosion top
the and All inter-
piano.
program. $e ( d contest will receive casn awards of organ
# ested are invited to attend
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1 persons
Advocates of Wood-designed per- e $100 $50and$25.Miss .
the services.
meable piers or'groins, similar to Higgins is 16, a junior at _

those installed in the British West -i. Manatee High School where she is ROSER FOUNDER'S DAYFounder'

: Indies and elsewhere have repeat- a member of the cheerleading
edly suggested installation of sucha squad the French club; the English Day will be observed at (

pier at the Manatee County Beachto FTHEODORE club; M-Club; Sub-Debs and was Roser.Memorial Community Church
March 4. This annual observance -
this one- Sunday
student
check erosion there. an exchange year
will include such activities
,Contrary to recently published reports _.
Chairman Hugh G. Holmesof A. PATZKE Louise Patzke; a daughter, Mrs. MISS TEEN QUEEN CHOSEN as dinner on the grounds, begInning -

the Erosion District said yester- Lillian Cooley of Phoenix Ariz. ; at 1 p.m. Friends of the

day that his board has made no commitment 'Theodore. Patzke 80, 428 Pine a son, Robert Churchill of Green At the regular Saturday evening church are invited to take a cover-

on sharing the cost of installation Avenue, Anna Maria, died at his Bay Wis. ; three sisters living in dance at the Island Youth Centerlast ed dish and join in the meal. I

of any sort of stabilization home Sunday February 25. Chicago and seven grandchildren.Funeral week voting for "Miss Anna The annual meeting, beginningat

structure or installation. He was born in Chicago and had services will be held at 2 Maria Teen Queen" took place. approximately 2 p.m. will be

k Funds used by the Erosion District lived on the Island 16 years mov- p.m. Thursday March 1, at Grif- Three finalists of a field of seven followed by annual reports election !

are raised by taxing Island real estate ing here from Downers Grove 111. fith-Cline Island Chapel with the starters were chosen by ballot of all of officers and other official business ;
Before his retirement he members of the teen club. In a second -
the rate used this year being was an Rev. Richard K. Wiggins pastor of of the church.
1.11 mills. engineer on the Burlington Railroad.He Roser M em 0 r I a 1 Church, officia- vote Betty Rae Bricker was The regular schedule of morning

Wood requested the assistance of was a member of Roser Mem- ting. Burial will be in Manasota named the winner. services will be followed withWorJh1pServicesbeg1m11ngat9

jthe orial Community Church and ser- Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be The other two finalists were Lor- and
County Engineering Department
ved the church inda Fellows and 11:15, and Sunday School
in order to expedite his survey.1UMNEL on council for a All en Brown Hollie Ellis RobertE. Jeannie Dryden. at 10.
number of years and was also vice- Carlin, Thomas P. Murphy Dabney Frost Gail Mellin Barbara

chairman of the ushering committee Bernard CrOokes and Fred Johnson. Barrett and Melanie Lambdin were U. MICH. ALUMNI DINNER

of the church. The family has asked that flowersbe the other girls in the contest.
Anna Maria
resident Will-
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. omitted. Miss Bricker was crowned by Miss Judge
iam M. "Wee Willie" famous
Heston -
Sandy Marchand the 1961 Teen
Queen. University of Michigan foot-

ball star, introduce another
Buzzie club
Roak teen president
famous Michigan star, Bennie Oos-
was master of ceremonies and the
terbaan, ata dinner meeting of the
winner with
was presented a trophy
and all three finalists with roses. Bradenton-Sarasota Alumni Club at
the Holiday Inn on Route 41, at
(See Pictures on Page S) 6:30 p.m. Monday March 8.



t4t i' \ 1Itr4Ai) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

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Temperatures Water Rainfall

Sam Noon 6pm High
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Feb. 20--72 76 70 86 72 None

Feb. 21--66 78 70 83 73 None
OF LOVE set, with Players Q Feb. 22--70 80 70 84 73 None
donna Snyder and Doyol Re-
bum ...., play Important parts In ONE OF THE HOMES to be featured In the annual Tour of Island Homes, Feb. 23--70 80 76 84 74 None
swiftly-paced comedy which openedat sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women of the Church of the Annun Feb. 24--73 80 <76 86 76 None
Community Hall Wednesday evenIng elation. The Tour In conJunction{ with a hobby show will take plac. on Feb. 25--74 80 76 86 77 None

to run through Saturday. (Islander Sunday, March 11. Pictured home Is Interesting new residence on Avenue Feb. 26--76 84 76 88 77 None
Photo) A, Bradenton Beach of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wo...... (Islander Photo) .



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Editor................................"..STEVE KIMBALL By > -' :-, '>.'.' ;j "'.; ::.," ... ,
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News and advertising..MARGE KIMBALL Despite widespread rumors, ';:0.. ; -
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and even published reports of the > .. s: ; II
Mail Addresss Anna Maria, Florida activities of potential candidatesfor ". "I

) Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in mayor of Holmes Beach, it is "
! advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. interesting to note that apparently
} Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for no one could find "time" to .9r try I.
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. run against Carl Scott.
i j National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. .

7 CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY Some otherwise good citizensin \ '

,tf t our Island cities fail in one ,,
, An Independent weekly published every Thursday by I I
} THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY Anna Maria, Florida important area of citizenship, PROGRESS REPORT :
I they often fail to vote, obviously I Ia
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. finding other interests more im- --

portant or more engrossing than
going to the polls.

' A GOOD INVESTMENT AT HOME With the election in Holmes t

Beach less than two weeks ,
With the influx of winter visitors to the area and the Island, away
interest is beginning to rise in
heavier this year than it has been for several seasons, we can
four-cornered race for two seatson
think of no more opportune time, nor a more valid reason for spent -
the Board of Aldermen.For I
ding some time and effort in helping to clean up and dress up the } x
the first time since 1959
Island, and to try to make it a more attractive place for our visit -
there are two candidates for TWO YEAR OLD, TWO BEDROOM, CONCRETE BLOCK
tors and ourselves.
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each of the two offices, and the
HOME. ACROSS STREET FROM BEACH. GOOD HIGH.
A little extra effort on the part of each resident of the Island

would go a long way toward "policing" the area, and helping the candidates themselves are out AND-DRY LOT. IF YOU REALLY WANT A NICE HOME

i. Island to put its best foot forward. doing a little stumping.For ON THE ISLAND, THIS IS IT, AS WE ARE READY TO

,J Another way in which the Island can acquire at least a tempo- those residents who are SELL! INSPECTION AT ANY TIME.C. .

} rary face-lifting is through the clearing of overgrown, weed-tan qualified by age and length of
\;! gled vacant lots and acreage. residence to vote in the city, the G. OYLER 5617 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

t Anyone who is in doubt about the effectiveness of the lot clea- registration books will be open

ring in sprucing up our home Island need only drive around a littleto until noon on Friday, March 9. Vote' For

see the vast difference in appearance between the mowed and REGISTER AND VOTE!
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the unmowed. So different they are almost beyond comparison!

The parklike effect of having the vacant lots trimmed free of STAR CLUB MEETING

grass, weeds and other undesirable growth is worth almost any There will be a meeting of the

cost of time or money to achieve. Anna Maria Island Star Club at I JOHN

I Another effective way to improve the appearance of vacant the Annie Silver Community Hallat I

! or other property is to have the dead fronds trimmed from the palm 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6.
trees. BECKETT
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Quite apart from the aesthetic aspect of keeping lots cleared, ;

there are several practical considerations. One is control of the For

very obnoxious weed known as the sandspur. A second is riddinga

lot or area of unwanted and undesirable varmints of, one kind

and another, by eliminating ground cover and forcing them to go ALDERMANr
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. elsewhere to seek shelter.

A third,very practical consideration is protection from possibi- 41 City Of Holmes Beach
lity of fire by removing grass, underbrush and dead palm fronds.A > AT ,

still more important reason for the land developer to clear YOURSTOllE
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his lots is the fact that a cleared, good looking lot is much eas-

ier to sell than one which is knee high with wtfeds. OR BECKETT
AT A VOTE FOR

1iaL YOURDOOR

IS A VOTE
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

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FOR PROGRESSPAID
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2 Fri. 12:00 noon 0.7 8:11 p.m. 1.5 2:58 a.m. 0.9 1:36 p.m. 0.6
3 Sat. 12:11 p.m. 0.7 9:15 p.m. 1.6 3.50 a.m.1.0 2.48 p.m. 0.6 POLITICAL ADV.
4 Sun. 12:17p.m. 0.8 10.13p.m. 1.6 4:34 a.m.1.1 3:48p.m. 0.4
J 5 Mon. 12i25p.m. 0.8 11:07 p.m. 1.6 5:14 a.m.1.0 4:42 p.m. 0.2
6 Tue. 12:39 p.m. 0.9 12:00 mid. 1.5 5.49 a.m. 0.9 5133 p.m. 0.0
7 Wed. 1,00p.m. 1.0 -----.-.------ 6122 a.m.0.7 6127 p.m.0.2
8 Thur. 12i53 a.m. 1.3 1:24 p.m. 1.2 6:53 a.m.O..c 7.20 p.m.o..c
9 Fri. 1:49 a.m. 1.0 1:55 p.m. 1.3 7.22 a.m.0.2 8.16 p.m.0.5
10 Sat. 2:49 a.m 0.8 2:27 p.m. 1." 7..9 a.m. 0.1 9.18 p.m.0.6
11 Sun. 4:02 a.m. 0.6 3106 p.m. 1.5 8.1. a.m. 0.3 10:28 p.m. 0.6 r ij J{
12 Mon. 7tl9a.m. 0.5 3:53 p.m. 1." 8.16 a.m. 0.4 11.46 p.m.0.6 & NATURAL ; Sj oRoN
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16 Fri. Ili20 a.m. 0.8 8:39 p.m. 1.3 3.15 a.m.0.7 2108 p.m. 0.6 a OW.l\r
17 Sat. 11:39 a.m. 0.8 9:34 p.m. 1.3 3.57 a.m.0.7 3:08 p.m. 0.4 :i :. //J/ \ Nil LL7 /
18 Sun. 11i49a.ni. 0.8 10:20 p.m. 1.3 129 a.m.0.6 3:44 p.m. 0.3 .
19 Mon. 11i52a.m. 0.8 11:00 p.m. 1.3 4.56 a.m. 0.5 4:34 p.m. 0.1 ,. j; / / RUZE 1
20 Tue. 1h57a.m. 0.9 11&37p.m. 1.3 5.20a.m.-0.. 5.12p.m..0.1 I. N 1
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22 Thur. 12:14 a.m. 1.2 12:29 p.m. 1.2 6.06 a.m.0.2 6:27 p.m.0.3 1'aapA IllyoUr gOod sen-;::Oll't'l t is
23 Fri. 12:54 a.m. 1.1 12:51 p.m. 1.3 6:30 a.m.0.1 7:07 p.m.0.5 I a", e to .
24 Sat. 1l37 a.m. 1.0 1:16 p.m. 1.41 6:53 a.m. 0.1 7.51 p.m.0.5 I r'' ... rr Is, ali ter-""":' draw have ,.
25 Sun. 2:27 a.m. 0.8 1:45 p.m. 1.5 7.15 a.m. 0.2 8:44 p.m.0.6 0# 000 i tans all, 'hat
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March lr 1962 THE ISLANDER Pane 3


CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing .,,.-,--..-, .", --- .--- ..... ..;<..;. '. .

MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational I
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Itradeutoo Beach Jik
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9:30 a.m. Sunday School. K _
1U:30 a.m. Worship Senrice.
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Although some trips to the fishing .m

ST. BERNARD MISSION grounds have been lost by high wind .. _
1'ritsi: ft.\'. iRA'cli r. WELSMILUKlicfhile
>.' of ta1"t'1J and high seas, overall results have 1
MnNDAYS; : 8:00nl 10:00 ajn. been exceptionally good aboard the

WEEKDAYS: 8:00 a.m. Cortez party boats the past few
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I HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.". and tremendous catches
days, some
Ku and I Benediction. I
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WEDNESDAYS:: : 7:30 p.m. have been reported. R :

} Catches reported by the BEST BET : _
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crew are as follows: Wednesday'sjackpot 34'x
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL winner was Bertha Bishop of TWO-CAR CRASH Gulf Drive at 45th Street Saturday, In which several
REV. LEE RATUFF, Pastor
Bradenton Beach, with a 13 pound persons were Inlured and required hospitalization. None of those Inlured I
THURSDAY: were Island residents or were staying on the Island. (Islander Photo)
3:00 p.m. Jr. G. A. and Sunbeams 1. grouper.
7:15 p.m. Prayer Service. Thursday: Earl Maptlin, Caro, ADMIRAL TOO Wednesday:!. R. sheepshead and trout the most plen (

7:30 p.m. Revival.Service. There Mich., 15 pound grouper; Reese Johnson Detroit 24 pound grouper; tiful, but with some other species
will be Miles Oxford Conn. 12 ,
a Revival Service each pounder
Charles Held Bryn Mawr, Pa., 19 around now and then.
evening through March 9. and M. L. Baney of Benton Harbor,
pound red snapper, and C. C. Creamer At the Anna Maria City Pier, Roy
SUNDAY: Mich. an 11 pound grouper. -
Covington, Ky. 17 poundred Femele of Michigan, two mackerel -
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I 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Sunday night trip:Ray James, Bra- KINC-SIZED TROUT caught at Bra-
and
11:00 a trout eight sheepshead; A.
a.m. Worship Service. denton 46 Warsaw denton Beach winter visitor snapper.
pound grouper; pier by
E 6:30 Babe Princeton C. Campbell, 42 sheepshead Frank
p.m. Youth Choir. Friday: White ;
Ivan Mundt, Anna Maria, 33 pound Walter I Althous of Shawano, Wis.,
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. Mrs. Lois Barnard, Great and which weighed in at 4 pounds, Ind., 21 pound grouper; C. O. Fe- Moc, 10 sheepshead; Joe SWind 20 _
TUESDAY: grouper; 9 ounces and which measured 24 llison Canton, S. D. 19 pound sheepshead;Shorty Hoyt, 12 sheep-
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G. A. Falls, Mont., 30 pound grouper, Inches in length. (Islander Photo) grouper, and 1. E. Williams, Oak shead; Elton Mann, 15 sheepsheadand
WEDNESDAY: and W. R. Brooks, Arlington, Va. ,
8:30 Ridge Tenn., 17 pound grouper. eight trout, and Bill Lasky, 18
p.m. Chapel Choir. 25 pound red snapper. land, 111. and Joe Reiter, of Flint, Sunday: Mrs. Goldie Thompson, sheepshead.

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDenominational + Mich. each caught a 16 1/2 pound Sheldon, 111. 68 pound Warsaw e e e

( ) ADMIRAL, Tuesday: Lucal Hoog- grouper. grouper; L. Thornton, Detroit, 30 One recent day, Everett W. Ertel
Resident Minister: REV. RICHARD K. ewind, Grand Rapids, Mich., 22 Ib.
WIGGINS Friday'strip was practically a repeat pound black grouper; Tommy Tyre, of Bradenton Beach and Blanchester -
grouper; Walter Bickel, Vassar, of Thursday's cruise. Harry Ohio 13 inch
Tampa and Harold Baxter Braden caught a sheeps-
THURSDAY: Mich. 16 pound grouper; T. A. Allen, Miles City. Mont was the n, eacha251/2pounder, and head while fishing from a jetty at
10:30 a.m. Guild Executive Board Farrow, Kansas City, Mo. 15 lb. top man, with a 25 pound ,
grouper Mrs. Wes Webster, Sarasota, a 24 Longboat Pass. While that in itselfis
7:30 Meeting. Senior Choir. grouper. and Bill Edgerton of Wellesley, pound red snapper. no remarkable feat in this area,
p.m. Wednesday's jackpot was a 3waytie Mass. and Charles Wilson of Fish-
SUNDAY: 000 Mr. Ertel's fish carried a plastic tag
with Glen Bishop and C. F. ermen's Motel each an 18pound
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. installed by Schlitz, and worth $25to
i 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Lamberth of Cincinnati, and Merle black grouper. Pier fishing is improving, with the man who made the catch.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Asche of Vassar, Mich., each land- Sunday: In addition to large jew-

I 1:00 p.m. Dinner on Church Groum jinga 29 pound grouper. Reid Steen fish, 25 passengers caught more than

i 2:00 p.m. Annual Meeting of Carey, Ohio was next with a 25 250 grouper. Francis Harrison, Bra- Griffith-CIine Funeral Homes
5:30 Senior Youth Fellow-
I p.m. red
ship Picnic Supper. pound grouper. dentonandR. L. Clay of Plant City
I 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Thursday: 36 passengers caught a each landed an identical 67 1/2 lb.

I Fellowship. total of 148 grouper. Boyd Houtz of jewfish. JeannetteClay, Plant City, 24 HOURAmbulance

TUESDAY: Milford, Del. caught the largest, a and John W. Robertson, Wooster,

I 7:00 p.m. Couple's Club. 24 pounder, and Charles Boersma, Ohio, 25 pound grouper each, and Service .
WEDNESDAY: Cicero, Ill. Herman Teune, Hol- Tom Barry, Tampa, 24 pounder.
\ 9:00 a.m. Prayer Croup.
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7.

.j 7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting. SWIMMING POOLS---PATIOS Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

742-1011 BRADENTONElgin
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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL GENERAL MASONRY
LUTHERAN CHURCH
1 I Minister: Rxv. FRANK LYERLY Water Softeners and Filters

i SUNDAY: \ Complete Installations
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service.
I
\ 9:45 a.m. Church School. .;., BONDED & I INSURED
i 6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, I
508 74th St. __ WILLIAM R. KERMODE "" ROY PHILLIPS

TUESDAY: T .' ANNA MARIA 778-2557 THE WATER SOFTENING COMPANY
7:00 p.m. Choir Practice.
8:00 p.m. Luther League. 508 58th Street and Holmes Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 778-146
74th Street.

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CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION 6IIil!

i THURSDAY Rxv.:COULD(Episcopal K.) LOWE Deep Sea Fishing -')" Shop the Island first!

9:00 ajn. Holy Communion.QttlNQUAGESIMA .

SUNDAY: ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? Friendly Service Fair Prices Fine quality
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
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.
7:00 p.m. Episcopal Young

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Island Bowling League TOP TEN GAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMEN ,,.

Charley Clause.................214 The United Lutheran Church Women ,, .;::
Ray Schuchard.................211 of Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran -

Jack Colson..................... 206 Church will hold their Cir- :
=:::a-;...
......................
Bob Guild.......................201 cle meetings Thursday March 1. ...t..................-....................er..I..... + ttiatiN.tliiltlYtitlfitiarrtiti altlltM.
Chuck Ve lett.................. 201 The Morning Circle will meet at ,.alert.rlrY.aYitlr.rt.riltfNrtr.. .trtilt iii..... tiNl ti. oral.N,
Bob Guild........................ 201 the home of Mrs. William B. Lee, rtiririiltrir Y.Irittrsaaatt..riirirtY
Andy Rasmussen............... 198 505 Key Royale Drive at 10 a.m.;
Hank Niesiobedski..198Andy the Afternoon Circle, at the homeof
i
Rasmussen.............. 198 Mrs. Earl Cromer of Crescent
'
John Holmes.....................194 Drive at 1 p.m., and the Evening I .1 I .
Tropical Vista, consistent as Circle, at the home of Mrs. Helen NEW COOPERATIVE APARTMENTS progressing rapidly -
usual, held onto its first-place leadin TOP TEN SERIES Lark of Gulf Drive, Anna Maria, at In Holmes Beach. One-story, five-unit building Is

Island Bowling League action Fri- Bob Guild........................ 591 8 p.m. being built by Holmes Construction Company. (Islander ,.

day by taking three points from THE Andy Rasmussen............... 577 Photo)

ISLANDER. High individual scorers Jack Colson..................... 548 MISS PAULETTE HUFNUS

were:Jack Colson, 206, Bob Guild, Roy Ferguson................... 543 ENGAGED
591; Chuck VerMett, 201, Kayo Ray Schuchard..524 ? gt
Hufnus of 59th
and Mrs. Carl
Keding, 486. Clyde Harman...................523 Mr.
Street, Holmes Beach, announce
Other team and high individualscores Earl Parks....................... 518
the of their daughter
were:Schuchard Plumbing 3, Lefty Miller......................509 engagement
Paulette, to Russell Perkins, son of
Anna Maria Electric 1. (Ray Schu- Bob Whipple.....................508 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Perkins of
chard, 211-524; Char ley Clause John Holmes.....................508
Wallingford, Conn.
214, 543). :
Stanley Roy Insurance Ferguson 3, Pete Rey- FOUR LOW GAMES _,,'. .. ..._...i.... ._ ,.... ..... ... I

nard's Restaurant 1. (John Duytscha- Mel Akins........................91 _
ver, 190, Earl Drew, 480; George Jim Wuichet......................102
Slee, 163-466). Gene Moss...................... 105 r
Island Bank 3, Island Marine Sup- Pat Flanagan....................106
ply 1. (Vic Reinel 166, Cotton
Brewer, 470;Andy Rasmussen, 198- SCHEDULE-March 2

577). VanOstenbridge-Stanley Ins.
Bayou Marina 3, Lay-Z-Liv-N A- Tropical Vista-Anna MariaElec.Dick .
CITY OFFICIALS AT WORK In Bradenton Beach. Mayor Vic Relnel and
1. (Hank Niesiobedski, WagnerLayZLivNIsland
partments
Councilman Paul Maggar helping to construct and paint benches around
198, Lefty Miller 509 Frank Dav- MarineSchuchardBayou 1.q
;
# newly installed shuffleboard courts on the city office property In Brad
idson, 180-491). Marina-Pete Reynard's enton Beach. Courts are now ready for public use. (Islander Photo)
VanOstenbridge Builders 3, Dick 'Island Bank-The Islander .
Wagner Realty 1. (Bill Gibson, 190, i'
Aaron VanOstenbridge 478; Earl SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES ;,. NOW AT PIERRE'S4.

Parks 193-518). Bob Guild.......................705 l' I
Make-up match: VanOstenbridge Jim Wuichet......................638 _I" o
fabulous Fashions
Builders 4, Island Marine Supply 0. Andy Rasmussen..............629 MISS PAULETTE HUFNUS ,

(Aaron VanOstenbridge, 180, Ray Clyde Harman..................607 Paulette attended Grant Community -
Ha v er ko I, 482; Andy Rasmussen, Aaron for Special Occasions"Let
VanOstenbridge..599
High School in Fox Lake, 111. ,
198, John Holmes, 508).
George Thibodeau..596Bob and graduated from Manatee High
Guild........................ 594 School in 1960. She is employed as Miss Bauerle, of the national award winning family

LEAGUE STANDINGS Cliff Weston..................... 593 a secretary at Cortez Utility Corp. Chicago, create a completely new coiffure for you. The

Tropical Vista..70.5 Ed Wiese......................... 591 The groom to be graduated from skills that have made the Bauerle family famous will cost
Schuchard Plumbing..67 Bob Guild........................ 591 .Lyman Hall High School in Wallingford -
VanOatenbvidge Bldra........59 and is now serving in the U. you no more.

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apart............57 TO KEEP UP WITH EVENTS ON S. Coast Guard, stationed in St. NEXT "FASHION LUNCHEON" TUESDAY, MARCH 20th
Anna Maria Electric..........53 THE ISLAND READ THE IS. Petersburg, on the Cutter BIRCH.
Island Marine Supply......... 52 $3.50 LANDER.PER SUBSCRIBE YEAR. FOR ONLY An April wedding is planned. 1 to 2 P.M. PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB

The Islander..................51 .. ,. HAIR STYLES by PIERRE'S

Dick Wagner Realty............50 ; ; 1\\ 0 WARDROBE by RAYMOND'SNo
Stanley Insurance............50 lrflk: rNitt.'aji1s Extra; Charge

Island Bank.....................42 .. ... :" .. \.
Pete Reynard's Rest.........38.5 rn! ;' APARTMENTT' : PIERRE'S BEAUTY STUDIO PIERRE H. DUBA, OWNER
; : : .' *
Bayou Marina...................34 : : 4500 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Island
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invite you to open a and Landscaping Supplies, Pumps, Repairs

checking account
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Thursday, March 1, 1962 THE ISLANDER Page s


About People UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIPThe ISLAND WOMAN'S CLUB
fSe* also Pope I) ':';.. .: Manatee UnitarianUniversalist The next meeting of the Island

1 HUMMEL COTTAGE: Mrs. Louise Fellowship will meet at 10:30 Woman's Club will be held at the

J.N..Fallin H. and family of Manchester, 4.m. Sunday, March, at the Pal- Anna Maria Community Hall at 2

I' as. maSola Community Club, when p.m. Wednesday, March 7, with
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nash of Spring Franklin McKain, state probation. members only to attend.
Avenue, Anna Maria, left this week business be taken
officer for Manatee will Principal to up
I for Rochester, N. Y., where Ted isa ISLAND TEEN QUEEN Betty RoeBricker County,
construction superintendent the I (right) being crowned by m talk on Probation Problems. will be reading of annual reports,
Lane Construction Co. of Meriden, previous queen, Sandy Marchand.In Following a coffee hour, there and election of offices.
Conn. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nash !lower picture are the three finalists will be a discussion period. Hostesses for the meeting will be
last week were his brother and sis- In Teen Queen competition and k
Mrs. J. Gardner Bowen and Mrs.
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. their escorts.Left to right are Jean- The Junior Fellowship will meetat
Nash of Portland Ore. George Maywood.
nie Dryden, Dean Edwards, Betty 10:15 a.m.

Mrs. Herbert Schmidt of Hamilton, Rae Bricker, Richard Kermode, Lor- .
+ e Ohio was a guest last week of her Inda Fellows and Russell King. --
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rife of (Islander Photo)
Coconut Avenue Anna Mana.

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Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ahlsterom of
Rochester, Ind. are spending two
months at Flamingo. .Apartments. i
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Island Fire Marshal Leon Staffordof
Guava Street left a few days ago
for Memphis, Tenn., where he is attending -

the annual conference of fire .__._- -,. .
department chiefs and instructors.
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rosedale and a
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Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett attended
t last week's motor boat show in Mia-
mi. 4 -x.

Mr. and Mrs..5.Orlando Callado of 1 8 t .

Fairfield, Conn. have been guests ?
r of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Murray of 79th
Street, Holmes Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Taylor of

Wakefield, Mass. are visiting their MOTOR SCOOTER RIDING DOG, Pepper, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Don
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor of Irwin, enjoys riding on platform of family motor scooter. Pepper finds no
Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. trouble staying on the vehicle with the old of a rubber mat, and has learn
I ed to lean on corners. (Islander Photos)

BLUE AND GOLD DINNER
I
More than 100 people attended a FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

Blue and Gold Dinner of Anna Mar- ,
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ia Island Cub Pack 7 at the County TWO LOCATIONS -
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES

Beach pavilion Sunday evening. Licensed Electrical Contractors Houses suitable for Island climate 1015 Hth Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
Awards presented were as follows Repairs .
: Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric and conditions. Remodeling:
Douglas Doane, Rodney Hoard, Fixtures : Additions. Trustworthy estimates Bradenton 7511 N. Tamiani Trail, Sannore
Wiring -
Donald Smith, Chuckle Wicker- given.NORMAN .
L (ROY) FERGUSON ROSEDALE, Anna Maria Phone: 746.2111 Phone: 7459811A
sham and Yerkes Wolf Award -
George ,
Day 778-2143 Phones Mite 778-2059 Off. 778-1410 Home 778-2591
;Geoffrey Lee, Bobcat Award
Steve Val e r I a, Wolf Gold Arrow
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Point; Donald L. Naeher Jr. Wolf GREASE JOB MEANS MUCH MORE THAN JUST

Gold and Silver Arrow Point; Buzzy The Gulf Park FOR LUBRICATING A FEW FITTINGS. Your car U checked
Baer, Bear Gold Arrow Point; Randy All-Modern MOBILE HOMES
from stem to stern, and we always advise of potential
you
Bricker, Lion and Lion Gold Arrow Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'

+ Point. Recreation Hall Shuffleboord Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH trouble spots, such as. bad tires, leaky mufflers and one-

Tableaux representing five.presidents p eyed head lights. As an example of our thoroughnessweeven
were presented by the dens, ,,
and Den 3 won the attendance aw we THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINF empty the ash traysl
ard. In A Romantic.AtmoipherrCfjmttrrlatr Provincial French "


Ernie's .. Blue Wave Service Station
(!
CAMERA PHOTO SHOP t S BRADENTON BEACH (At the "Pure" Sign) PHONE 778-1115
,
24 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING
4 DAY COLOR PROCESSING NORTH FND OF LONGBOAT KE\
KODAK CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Luncheon at 12 Dinner at C p.m. ANTICIPATED
Bradenton Beach Phone 778-1185 Sarasota 388-2805 COMPOUNDED
Cv ... 41 ANNUAL
4 0 DIVIDEND QUARTERLYWhy
FOR OFFICE FURNITURE
Our luxury accommodations
'
AND SUPPLIES

The Bradenton include i :1aii permit your money to earn less when safety
l1 ; is assured? Are
Office Equipment Co. just as you thinking of saving or
EFFICIENCIES 0,1 investing? Consider .
530 13th St. BRADENTON -! BIACH'
BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS
'APARTMINTS'SURF SAFETY (of your funds) ..: : p _
"< '- "<
and POOL BATHING AVAILABILITY !
REASONER & AlfSONFLORIST

For Reservations or Information Call 7781511Or SERVICERETURN

to rto WWDixte
Fa. rfe/nrenr Write: Box 366 See PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts are
Grande Hotel Bldq. I insured up to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the Federal Government
Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 p.m. Anna Maria, Florida
I PALMETTO FEDERAL

Island Repair & SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service

With Interest" 722-4511
Electric WeSemce Service : co' PURITY r '



OIL BURNERS GAS HEATERS. ALL I I
TYPES OF WINDOWS HOT WATER MAKES THE IIFFERENCE HONG KONG

HEATERS. APPLIANCES. PUMPS
AND LAMPS.

Anything in the Electrical Line Water may look and taste the some, but oftenit
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All Kinds of Repairing can be unfit for human consumption. That is

PHONE 778-2813
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Travel Service *
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Airlines ro Business Office: ISLAND DELIVERY EACH FRIDAY
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Telephone 778-2022 REMEMBER Everything in the world for JOur awn, gard. cad peri.
Railroad* Your Law, Garden and Pet Needs or problems our busi....
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t. It T1IK ISLANDER Thursday March 1. 1962

WORLD DAY OF PRAYERA >

A\\\ Day of Prayer \ be observed CUE LINES. .
by Island women at 10 a.in.
Friday March i', at I Roser Memorial _
irommunity Church, at a spec- by Helm Bradley __ -
ial service of prayer and medita-
tion. TUNNEL OF LOVE, the Island came to the Island as a winter vis-
Players*version of the r o 11 i c kin g itor, building a home at 84th Street

REAL ESTATE SALE comedy by Peter DeVries will open and Marina Drive. Mrs. Stenstrom, _
tonight (Wednesday, Feb. 28), at .;... t
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanton Burnham who also holds a medical degree c >
Brookline, Mass., longtime win- the Anna Maria Community Hall, and was a practicing radiologist at HOME ON GULF DRIVE, Holmes Beach, recently pur-
with curtain time at 8:30. There the University of Minnesota, is chased by Mr and Mrs. Ira C. Bums of Canon City,
of the Island
ter residents recent- are still a few good seats availableand president of the Island Players. Col from Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Itzoy, who returned i
ly purchased two lots on Fir Avenue, to Iron Mountain, Mich. to conduct their business.
tickets be the ,
may purchased at "Indispensible" is the word most
Anna Mar la, as a site for their year (Islander Photo)
door. Admission price is $1.50. A often applied to Nora Morgan and
around home. The transaction was
four-night run will wind up Satur- the service she performs backstagefor
handled Gertrude ,
Blassingame
by
day night. the Players. Nora (Mrs. Reg-
Realtor of Anna Maria.
Cast includes Doyal Ra urn, Hel- inald Morgan)has lived in Anna Maria FOR SALE

MRS. ELIZABETH PINKHAMMrs. en Peters, Art Nicolet, Nina Step- since 1938, and has been a per-
hens, Helena Burnham and Glenna manent resident since 1953. She has

Elizabeth Pinkham, 67, 207 .Snyder. gathered stage and hand props for WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES, ALL

Bay Drive, Bradenton Beach, died 11 some: twenty-odd productions, ZONED FOR HIGH-RISE MULTIPLE DWELLINGS:
Saturday, February, Memorial a herculean task for a single show.
Hospital, Bradenton.A Scouting the Island, poking into
native of Wales, Mrs. Pinkham .i storerooms and attics in an acquis- 5404 GULF DRIVE, 300 FEET ON GULF, OVER

made her home in Sylvan Beach rI itive way, and always coming up 500 FEET DEEP TO HIGHWAY-- FIVE BEDROOM,
N. Y. and had been a winter visi- with the proper and authentic prop.In .
tor to the Island for 26 years. addition, she performs backstage FIVE BATH MODERN RESIDENCE. GOOD TERMS.

She is survived by her husband, quietly and efficiently, and unob- $111,000
Wilbur L. Pinkham; a son, Robert I trusively endears herself to the .
Davies, Milford, Mich.; a daughter MORGAN STENSTROM players who depend so much on her
Mrs. Thomas (Mary) Allen, Responsible for muchof the set for help. Mrs. Morgan has another 5806 GULF DRIVE I CHARllN VillAS, EIGHT

Bradenton Beach, anda sister, Mrs. TUNNEL and many other plays is hobby which is important to her, TWO.BEDROOM & TWO ONE.BEDROOM FULL HOUSE-

Laura Williams of Wales. Dr. K. Wilhelm Stenstrom, "Sten- she is a birdwatcher, and has acquired KEEPING COTTAGES, OVER 200 FEET ON GULF,
Funeral services took place Mon- ny" to his many friends. The illus- a vast knowledge of the birdsto
day at Griffith Cline Island Chapel, trious doctor came to the U. S. and be found in the area. ROOM FOR EXPANSION. $175,000.
with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Harvard University from Sweden in BACKSTAGE BRIEFS: The attractive .

pastor of Roser Memorial Community 1919, as a fellow of the Scandina- posters advertising TUNNEL around 6006 GULF DRIVE, PLAYA ENCANTADA, FOUR
Church, officiating. Burial will navian Foundation, and remainedas the Island were done by Susan En-
be in Utica, N. Y. a physicist for the New York gel, an eighth grade student at Wal- TWO.BEDROOM FULL HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES,

State Cancer Institute until ker Junior High. .. Cartoon of two OVER 200 FEET OF GULF FRONTAGE, PLENTY OF
MRS. EDITH S. WHEELERMrs. when he became Professor of Radi- missionaries in a pot, used in play,
ation Therapy and Biophysics at the was sketched by Sara Igo. .. The ROOM FOR EXPANSION.-$115OOO.
Edith Wheeler 68, 100 University Minnesota. Dr. Sten- Cast Party, for the actors, back- *
23rd Street North Bradenton Beach, strom was the of stage personnel and members of the
knighted by
King
died her home Febru- GULF DRIVE AND 65TH STREET..91 FEET ON GULF,
at
Thursday Sweden in the Order of the North board of directors, will be held on
ary 22. She was born in New Britain Star for his outstanding contributions Saturday night, following the close 290 FEET DEEP TO HIGHWAY, 272 FEET HIGHWAY
Conn and moved to the Island to medicine and scientific research of the play, at the home of Bob and
from West Hartford, Conn., her reg- and in 1958, received the Helen Peters on the North Point, FRONTAGE. CONTAINSONE FAMILY RESIDENCE WITH
ular residence, four months ago. Anna Maria. The address is 105 Tuna -
American Cancer Society medal TWO BEDROOMS, ONE BATH, LARGE LIVING ROOM,
Survivors include a son, Warren for outstanding work in the field of one block off North Shore Drive
Swanson, West Hartford; a brother, Cancer research. This famous doc- and is reached via Spruce. Director AND FLORIDA ROOM, FULL KITCHEN, SCREENED
Carl W. Swanson, Indianapolis, anda and Mrs. Harold will be on
tor retired from active research in Igo
PORCH. ALSO A DUPLEX HAVING TWO BEDROOMS
,
sister, Mrs. William L. Delano, 1956, and with his wife Annette, hand to greet and welcome guests.!
West Hartford. ONE BATH, LIVING ROOM AND FULL KITCHEN ON
Funeral service took Mondayat
place
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel, PEACOCK'S PLUMBING. EACH SIDE. RESIDENCE IS RENTED ON ANNUAL

with the Rev. Frank Lyerlypastor, APPLIANCES AIRCONDITIONERSExpert TELEVISION The Best BASIS. PLENTY OF ROOM FOR EXPANSION. $80,000,
of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, of-
ficiating. Burial was in Mansion and Prompt Service YERLY PLUMBING Cortex CO. WITH GOOD TERMS.

Memorial Gardens. 725 14th St., Bradenton, 744-0351 .

ONE BLOCK OF VACANT LAND BETWEEN 11ST AND

SEE'S' ** Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. 72NDSTREETS, WITH 210 FEET FRONTAGE ON GULF

AND HIGHWAY, 350 FEET DEEP.$100,000
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

.
ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS Established 1908A

WE OFFER ALSO, THE FOLLOWING PRIVATE

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON Phone Call Will Bring a Representative RESIDENCES: A THREE BEDROOM, THREE BATH

HOME, WITH 18 X 28 LIVING ROOM, 15 X 18 DINING
BEAUTY SERVICES 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431
ROOM, 12 X 18 MUSIC.FLORIDA ROOM, KITCHEN AND
OHM KVtMINGS IT APPOINTMENT
BRADENTON BREAKFAST AREA 10 X 26.THREE PATIOS,COVERED

Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 718.2311 BOAT SHED LOCATED ON HOLMES BEACH CANAL.

ANNA MARIA CITY GOOD SEAWALL. $35,000 UNFURNISHED.

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PHELPS NURSERY
A THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME ON A HOLMES

WE RENT BEACH CANAL. DREAM KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM PANELED .

FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS IN WOOD, LARGE SCREENED PORCH, GARAGE.
FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY COMPLETELY FURNISHED.$31SOO.
PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING 4 .

COTS LANDSCAPINGPINE FURNISHED HOME, WITH 2i CANAL LOTS. SWIMMING

HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS POOL IN PATIO AS LARGE AS MOST HOMES. GOOD

SEAWALL AND COVERED BOAT SHED. GUEST WING
LINENS BLANKETS AVENUE PHONE 778.1501
HAS LARGE liVING ROOM, BEDROOM, FULL KITCHEN
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE AND UTILITY ROOM, TWO BATHS, CENTRAL HEAT.

Bradenton Beach 778-1472 I THE MASTER WING CONTAINS TWO BEDROOMS, TWO

BATHS, BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM.

FOODLINERQUALITY ALL EXQUISITELY FURNISHED AND DECORATED.
LEARN: TO DO
$85,000 UNFURNISHED. $90,000 FURNISHED.
YOUR OWNINCOME : AND VARIETYHIGH s .
GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS
THE ABOVE LISTINGS WILL BE SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT II!
TAX DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ONLY.

RETURNSHORT .. ...

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I Ii .ISLAND REAL ESTATE.FOR




I SALE ISLAND REALTYHOLMES HARRY LICENSED M. RIFE GmCw.


BEACH SHOPPING CENTER PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR*

CANALFRONT HOME BONDED AND INSURED Il0ne778l500

1s. TWO BEDROOM,ONE AND ONE-HALF BATH HOME Phone 778-1341
408 HNEAft/E ANNA MAMA
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SEAWALLED LOT--PRICE $16,950

BIMINI BAY DUPLEXTWO
ONE LOT ON BAY, WONDERFUL VIEW--$5,500.
DELUXE TWO-BEDROOM UNITS

P. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444 0 Tile Baths Terrazzo Floors Carports CentralAir

Conditioning Gr Heating Completely Furnished

I ??82663Look $18,000 Easy Terms

&_ iY dr7i CANAL FRONT LOT IN HOLMES BEACH--$3,300

JOHN B. PROTHEROReal
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6 Estate Sales & Rentals
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For These Signs 116 8ht STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH

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, THIS TWO BEDROOM Concrete

I Block Home, Located at 2210 Another DUPLEX APARTMENTTWO
J Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, has
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t a full tiled bath-Built-in Kitchen, 85'LQT.SODOED. BEDROOMS, BATH, KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM,

I Large Patio Room, Utility Room ,14,950Ic I PORCW: 12.X16 J4124 _".. LARGE SCREENED PORCH DOWNSTAIRS. SECOND

;t. and Carport.The welMandscaped INVESTIGATE THIS BARGAIN HOME ON 66TH STREET. FLOOR THE SAME EXCEPT FOR PORCH. NEWLY
'II are planted In St. Augustine
groun' DECORATED. LOT 100 by 105 feet. PRICE REDUCEDTO
grass. Price: $13,750 Designed and Built by

Present mortgage about $8,000, WM. B. LEE COMPANY $16,500--EXCELLENT TERMS.

I: Payments, $65 monthly.Mortgage 502 Key Royale Drive Phone 778-1917 P. 0. 'Box 328, Anna Maria DON IRWIN REALTY

t can be assumed, or we can arrange
2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331
for larger mortgage. \ ACREAGE IN HOLMES BEACHI! Suitable for building i I

1\lots. Excellent location.close to Gulf. Priced for an
LUANA ISLES
ARE YOU A ONE-CAR FAMILY? investor.
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109-59th Street-Very close to HOLMES BEACH-GULF FRONT. 107 feet of Gulf front.
Canal Front Lots
Holmes Beach Shopping Centerf
Deep lots, well priced, well located. Terms.
f f this excitingly different two

bedroom Home. The Kitchen is Bayside lot, commercial zoning. Across from Anchorage, $100 Down

filled with SURPRISES-Econo- with a view of Tampa Bay.
) mlcal Oil Heating. Completely $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
,t! r DON'T LEAVE ANNA MARIA WITHOUT ASKING US
Furnished. Extra Large Garage.
One and one-half Baths. This j'/.V: ABOUT YOUR ACCOMODATIONS FOR NEXT SEASONI I

\ property must be seen for YOUto 05 Gertrude_ Blassingame, Realtor 3 Bedroom Bath HomeIN
appr.clo'it.. value. PRICES
Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
$18,750-0.lIttl.$1,000 down.
SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
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Anna Maria, Florida
A GULP FRONT HOME-- ANNA MARIA, NEAR BAY

Can also serve you as Income No Need For CarTWO
property during the Summertime- FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV

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

I lots. Home and furniture as is.. FOR A QUICK SALE$12,500TERMS.JACK THE GULF

I PRICE 18,500-0wner will car

t ry Mortgage-You make down payment HOLMES, Realtor EXCEPTIONALLY WELL FURNISHED--INCLUDING TV
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and Terms. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA SCREENED PATIO and LANDSCAPINGONLY
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LOCATED AT 210-67th Street Phone 778-2876 Phone 778-1171 $13,500 With Excellent Terms!
85th STREET BRANCH OFFICES BRADENTON BEACH
In Holmes Beach is of the
one
L S. Putnam Salesman O. A. Ritz Salesman
MOST SPECTACULAR two bedroom -
I HOLMES BEACH BARGAINTWO
Retirement Homes offered.
ever

This home Is only 2 years Bonus House No. 5 BEDROOM, COMPLETELY FURNISHED,
: old-Has 2 tiled baths-built In
i CB HOME...-NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
i laundry and colored fixtures In

, kitchen.Sliding glass doors make i ONLY $10,500.$1,000 Down--$75 Per Month
living room and porch one large
I. room for summer comfort, and In -

i addition there's ___
air conditioningl
i. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
: Garage. Lots of closets. Drive AVAILABLEAlso
by and then come and let us show

you this ho..... Price$15,500For ; the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges

terms make us AN OFFER.
sa SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

DREAM HOME ON A CANAL! COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

PROFESSIONALLY Designedand ANOTHER OF OUR NEW BONUS HOMES-: -51471st

Furnished. 3 Bedrooms, STREET, HOLMES BEACH, ANNA MARIA ISLAND,

IS NOW COMPLETED AND OPEN FOR INSPECTION!
2 Baths. Built-in gas Kitchen,
Walter S. Hardin
Stereo and built-in cabinetsIn BE SURE TO SEE IT-NOWI! Two Bedrooms; Two Baths;

living Lovely Kitchen and Dining Area;Large Living Room; Awn
Walnutopaneled
room Realty Company
ing Windows in Florida Room. Waterfront Lot, Landscapedand
p and dining room. King-sized Realtors
Seawall.d..AII For ONLY $17,7751
! (30 x 46)) screened pool area-
ALSO, Two Bedroom Home, with One Bath. Large Rooms
30 foot Dock, Double Garage,
and Porch. Landscaped Lot. ONLY $14,950.
Wall to Wall Carpeting
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
SECURE VALUE unsurpassed PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845

ANYWHERE! PRICE $42,000By BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive, 778.1917 778-1010 101 CABLE, Manager 778-1756

Appointment Only. JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614 ,FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307I'

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Page 8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday March 1. 1962


LEGAL NOTICE MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA 'T : pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print." LOUD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Public Hearing will be held at the
close of the regular meeting of the Board
of Commissioners of the City of Anna SUNSET APARTMENTS: Mr. and Kan...Mr. and Mrs. James Stepp of
Maria, Florida scheduled for 7t30 P.U., (Island
Mrs. Earl Foote of Cleveland Ohio ihe
Indiana, Pa....Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Pkalniacy
Monday March 5, 1962 to hear complaints -
any ...Mr.and Mrs. Bert Shafer of Mans-
concerning paring of Poinsettia Ham of Ean Claire, Wis.. ..Mr. and
- Road Holly Road, Iris Street Jacaranda field, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mrs. Herman Westdorp of Grand Rapids Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled filed and recorded for
Road and Cypress Avenue. Whitcomb of Brooklyn, N. H..Mr. Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. Harold future referenct. Emergency delireries. We are the only
Gladys Dumaine, and Mrs. Bernie Lynch of Parkers- enning of LaPorte, Ind.HALEY'S registered pharmacists on the Island.
CITY CLERK burg, W. Va..Mr. and Mrs. Philip MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Parker of Milford N. H..Mr. ana Mark Riggof Daytona Beach..Mr. Luncheonette Sandwiches Fountain Service
Mrs. F. H. Chaplin of Detroit.. .J. and Mrs. E. H. Nelson of Waltham -
Lanben&eign ana family of New York Mass....Mrs. Frank Davis and Miss
LEGAL NOTICE City...James O. Bradbury Robinson Jessie Brewer of Fitchburg, Mass. Self-Senrice, Deep Freeze Ice Cream Toiletries Stationery Cigars
REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO ,111.. ..Lawrence Spence of Trot- .. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goal of Cla- and Cigarettes Beach Wear Magazines and Books General Sundries
wood Ohio...Damon Ditmer of Bra ren The undersigned do hereby certifythat
they are conducting a garden supply okville, Ohio...Hanney Nelson of Elmer Willis of Endicott, N. Y.
business at 217 54th Street Holmes Harrisburg, Pa. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. EarlW.
Beach Florida, under the fictitiousname TRIPP'S COURT: Harry Charkou- Foote of Cleveland Ohio...Mr. COMPLETE REXALL LINE .
of THE FLOWER GARDEN and dian of Springfield, Mass....Mr. and and Mrs. William Boonstra of Grand
that said firm is owned by the following Mrs. John J. Lydon of Millis, Mass. Rapids, Mich. ; 0,.. Sundays .:30 OJM. to 1:00 ,...
personswhos.follows names and Balazs places II.of Orban residence ...Mr. and Mrs. John Shipskin, Lan- EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.
and Shirley are as C. Orban: 216 75th Street, sing,Mich....Mr.and Mrs. Frank Mu- Stuart Wixson of Packanack Lake,'i Phone 771.1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEIB, Pharmacist
West, Bradenton Florida. lkerin of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. L. N. J..Mrs. Cornelia Weybnrn and I
" Ownership of THE FLOWER GARDENis C. Smith of Rochester, N. Y..Mr. Mrs. Florence Morton of Oak Park,
as follow! Balazs II. Orban and Shirley and Mrs.J.W. Dunn of S. Boston, Va. 111 ..Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tall an
C. Orban. ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and of Haverhill, Mass.
It is Int.nUon to apply to the Mrs.A.H.Sweatman of Staten Island, GULF TO BAY MOTEL: R. Tan- SUN BACKSBy
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for N. Y....Mr. and Mrs. S. McKenzieof ner of N. Y..Mr. and
Manatee said name County of THE Florida FLOWER, to registerth GAR Dearborn, Mich....Mr. and Mrs.H. Mrs. Ford W. FreJenbnr of Ontario,
DEN under the provisions of Chapter M. Foreman of Munster, Ind. ... Can....Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Brock-
20953, Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lang of Kathleen way of Hyde Park, N. Y..Mr. and
BALAZS it. ORBAN .. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Godean of Mt. Mrs. N. C. Courtney of Daytona Flair I of Miami
SHIRLEY C. ORBAN Pleasant, Iowa. ..Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beach...Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Han- iJ
216 75th Street West Moglia of Dover, N. J. sen of Quaker Hill, Conn. ...Mr. and
Brad.nton, Florida CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.H. Mrs. Phillip! Zurich and family of SMART MISSAL
222. 3.1, 8, 15, 62
H. Raddall of Brookhaven N. Y.
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Westfield, N. J. ...Mrs. Theresa Mu-
.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herath of thert of Middletown, Ohio...Mr. and /cr\ I X
Plainfield Ill...Mr. and Mrs. FredW. Mrs. W. C. Parker of Daytona Beach b
UNCLASSIFIEDArfvtJitc James of Youngstown, Ohio... ...Mr. and Mrs. J. Seberger of Gary, PAT PERKINS I
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bristol of Ver- Ind.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Everest Glazier
( Ptyntmt Re ylrod) gennes, Vt.PLAYA and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Stone of Mai- SIZES 10 to 20--12K to 24 ,
EN CAN ADA: Mr. and one, N. Y. .. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Van-
1.00 inch; SOc minimum. Mrs. Richard J. Berry of Manchester, derven of Grand Rapids, Mich. 1
N. H....Mr. and Mrs. M. E. O'Brienof SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Evanston, 111. L. Bainton of Melrose, Mass.... \ --JUST ARRIVEDSLEEVELESS I ..
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FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mr. and Mrs. John Riley of Rochester '
high lou in Holmes Beach. Closeto Lutter of Chicago..Mr. and Mrs. N. Y....Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mac BLOUSES
shopping center and walkwayto W. T. White of Martinsville, Va. Donald of Hyde Park, N. Y. .Mr.
Calf. Each lot 57fc ft. front by ESTRELLITA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawrence of Scha-
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexes and Mrs. Nelson Deschambanlt of hticoke, N. Y..Dr. and Mrs. E.
or homes. Will sell separately. Biddeford Me. ... Dr. and Mrs. J. W. B. Grogan of Galesburg, Ill.
Hurt of West Jefferson, Ohio. BAY VIEW VILLA: Mr. John Plot-
Phone owner at 7781619. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Leon ner of Philo, 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. C.
'A. Swope of Huron, Ohio..Mr. and Ploski of Somerset, Mass.
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Mrs. L. Frndgen of Richmond Hill, NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. T.
: Mowkf, sdgiag trimming .N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jndgen, B.Chambers of Sanlt Ste. Marie, Ont. Lsjysjway :. : .
Floors eland and poliehtd -I of Battle Creek, Mich.. ..Mr. and .. .Mr. and Mrs. Al Wax of Jackson
Window waehed and oiled Mrs. George R. Ferry of Carmel, N. Heights,L. I., N. Y.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Plan n f,,,wen CCllonwn 778.1161
... Prompt sad officknt .,. Y..Mr. and Mrs. James Eardleyof Henry Gaily: and daughter Tina of IRENE CASSADY
KmssiMs rates rafercncss forished. Sebring,Ohio. ..Lynn Stall of Amherst 'Wellesley, Mass. ...Mr. and Mrs. A. OWNER
[ Kca FeUotra. Phone 778-2894' Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stroh of Danbury, Conn...Mr. and
alter ,430. Scholley of Cleveland Heights, Ohio Mrs. B. D. Gibson of Toronto, Ont.
A
.. .Mr.and Mrs. E. Traeico of Akron .. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bellinatti of RIOT OF COLOR
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Platt of Providence, R. 1..Mr. and Mrs.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Saks &: Setr- Rock Island, 111.PROTHERO .
Clifford R. Banes of Grand Rapids
ios. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. APARTMENTS: Mr. Mich. ._ DIRECT From HAITIIN
Frank Beard. 778-1431. and Mrs.P. K.: Harvey of Elm Grove FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr.
Wis.,;..Mrs. Hunter Duff and Miss and Mrs. Leo Penlx of Orland, Ind.
FOR SALE: 12 z 24 foot Furnished Helen Lee of Toronto, Ont....Mr.
..Mr. and Mrs. L. Palm of Detroit OUR NEW STRAW HATS AND BAGS ,
C.baaa.l'ltJa 8 z 23 foot Aluminum and Mrs. Clarence A. White of Kala- ...Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stephensonof
Trailer. Complete including electric mazoo,Mich....Mr. and Mrs. 0. Van- Cleveland, Ohio.LAYZLIVN * 0 *
brakes. Hare moved North and Yakanburgh of DeWitt, N. Y. APARTMENTS: Mr.
MUST SELLI! See Jim Templln at VISTA ALEGRE: Mr. and Mrs. Glen and Mrs. Franklin Detroit NEW SELECTION OF ORIENTAL WALL PLAQUES
Calf Park.AVAILABLE. Ellerman and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .. .Mrs. Lola Lee of Peoria, 111.... RENTAL LIBRARY
Deedon of Athens, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Slonaker of Luna, ,
:Beautiful Poodle Puppies PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Ohio.. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt H. Sim- f ;; The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
by Williams K-9 Beauty Shop. Paul Racine and Mr. and Mrs. Gil- onson of Cleveland, Ohio.
6328 14th Street West, Bradenton.PLANTSPECIALTOMATO bert Rheaume of Quebec City, P. Q, PEA PATCH COTTAGE: Mr. and Shirley and John DuyfscAorer I
SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thompson of Brooksville,
Mrs. Lewis Donovan of Leawood, N.Y.ISLAND .
PLANTS Come see our NEW. .EXCITING. .
IN PEAT POTS. 10* A: 25< Each
TV "Home furnishings with a flair. that love salt air"
-THE FLOWER GARDEN-

Just West of the Holmes Beach GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703 ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER .

Post Office on 54th Street.
Zenith COLOR PhilcoIN
CANAL FRONT LOT in Holmes
Beach. $3,300Terms.CORNER IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT .

$2,650 Cash.LOT John on Pared B. Prothero Street., ADDITION TO THE FOLIAGE PLANTS WE TALKED SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING then this

Registered Broker, 116-81 St. is the place!
ABOUT LAST WEEK, WE HAVE SOME LOVELY
TELEPHONE 7782554. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
IVY LEAFED GERANIUMSIN
ALTERATIONS on aH kind of ...
lag DrssssiiUng Drape PbeejcHn.
Frank Beard. 778-143L HANGING BASKETS, FOR YOUR PATIO, AT ONLY

FOR SALE: Canal Lot on Chilson $2.50--COMPLETE WITH BASKET. OR, IF YOU PRE- Come In & BROWSE. .
Avenue. Call 7782177.
FER, YOU CAN BUY THE BASKETS ((79*), OR GERAN
ISLANDER PHUTUS: As a service, MAKE US ON EOF YOUR FIRST STOPS ON THE ISLAND
to o.r readers, S by 7 enlargements SEPARATELY.
of ..LEARN TO MAKE YOUR GIFTS TO TAKE BACK HOMEI I
soy picture appearing The Islander -
are available at f 1.25 each. THE FLOWER GARDENA

FUJI'SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach

Shopping Lots with Center plenty and of tree zoned*). Near for t t t t. t

Duplexes. $2.500 each, terms.
Can 7781010. Walter S. Hardin A NEW KIND OF GARDEN STORE--JUST WEST OF THE r

Realty Co.. lac.. Realtors.' HOLMES BEACH POSTOFFICE ON 54TH STREET G 778-1020


HOLMES BEACH LOTS: 90 z 105
ft. frontage. Pared Street City
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Water. Excellent Location. Boat The Best SPRING TACKLE SALE
Slip Arailable. Also canal lots. '
Call 7782171.

.rei InsuranceAlways THE FISHING IS GOOD, AND DOBBE'S IS HAVING A

FOR SALE: WAL'S MOBILE I I qq SPECIAL SALE OF RODS & REELS, SPINNING, CAST-

HOME SALES, HIGHWAY 301 ING, DEEP SEA RIGS-ALL AT SPECIAL SPRING SALE

AND FIRST STREET, BRADEN-' f PRICES.
Costs
;gu1ane LessHolmes n i i Ialand HardwareMarino

TON. NEW SCHULT MOBILE MJOOOe S & Supply I,

leach 778-1697 '
HOME DEALER. Of H iff Gtstrsl Hardware or Hoascwores or Garden SsppHe, vs UTe It- 1.

77..1,. or will get it for you 771.2111'

FRAN & JACK AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boats, Scott & Evinnids

PHONE 742-S804 YOUt woes OLDEST INSUIANCE AGENCY Motors, Murray Teal I.,..


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