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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 22, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\o. 541 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1962 TEN CENTS

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING


.. VOTE DEFERRED ON MANATEE COUNTY CHAMBER
47
Consideration of the constitution of the proposed new Manatee Coun-
i ir r r a cep ty Chamber of Commerce will be the subject of a special meeting of

v;i. M : the Island Chamber of Commerce Thursday evening, March 29.

Prior to the meeting, which will take place at the Island School,
.*.; : each member will receive a copy of the proposed constitution with a

.: :r. vote to be taken on affiliating with the countywide organization. :,'
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.. A resolution was voted to recommend the name "Manatee Beach"
as a more easily used name for the Manatee County Beach. John Bec- 1

._.. .. -- kett, chairman of a committee on renaming the beach, reported on
meetings on the subject with various officials and civic leaders. i 4

Harry Varley read a report of the committee charged with outliningthe t

chamber's long range goals and suggested areas of activity.
,
Incorporation of the three Island cities was the first item mentioned ,

h in the report, with the notation that the chamber originated the idea
_) -- 1i twelve years ago, and worked for its adoption when it was put to a vote
of the entire Island in 1955.

Other goals suggested were: extensive beautification of the entire
Island in cooperation with the Island Garden Club; a more active con-
cern with all phases of Island business and civic matters; a vigorous

campaign to double the organization's membership this year, and to
establish a welcome and information booth.

President Bill Lee commended the committee for its report, and
aI + said he saw nothing in the proposals to conflict with affiliation with
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.: .i"# the countywide chamber. I
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A suggestion was made that the chamber sponsor an advertisement I '

t DE SOtO EMBARKATION, which took place on the new bus as a practical way of offering financial assistance to f
.
Sunday from Anna Maria City Pier. Top picture '.. .. the enterprise.Col. .
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shows the "Sheryl Anne," converted to IS -_ t. F. A. Chilson, membership chairman, reported that 27 new
a gaff-headed ketch for the trip. Lower shot .. 1..... r. ,. members had joined the chamber, bringing the present membership to
shows part of the gallant crowo about to sail ." :' .. ., I- 153, but that some dues were still unpaid. ,
for Its rendezvous with history, much better .
I Treasurer Larry Blatterman reported a total of$2,589 on hand, with
provisioned than original expedition. At left ,
t Is Padre Jerome Davis, who plays the part of L .."..' bills payableof $622. Dues amounting to $1,420 have been received.In 1

the famous explorer's spiritual adviser. each other action, the chamber voted: To discontinue sending meeting
r year. (Islander'Photos) notices to members to effect a saving of $200 annually.To .

serve the Manatee High exchange students and their Pennsylvania f

guests a fish fry.
\II To discontinue sending lists of inquiries to realtors and motel owners. J

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BRIDGE "TOLLS HIGHERr > PRE-PRE-KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLThe

] Tolls Must Stay County ... .---.,. ..--- ,"" .-.y"-",._ ... -..-" '- -. -
Revenue for February on the two need for, and the many requests -
Commission LearnsThe Island toll bridges amounted to for an Anna Maria Island

Manatee County Commission $26, 689, Increase over February. pre-school are being met by the

learned last week that the 1961 of 11.1 per cent. Roser Memorial CommunityChurch .. ,

toll charge must continue to be Revenue traffic on the Anna Maria where .the, school will "_ .J -
levied on the two bridges from Bridge was 15,174 vehicles and on be held. ..' .
the mainland to the Island. A let the Cortez Bridge, 11,515 vehicles. ; 2 11- ;:
The school will open in Sept- ; :?!
ter 'from Jerry Tripp of Tripp & Percentage increase on the Anna ember conforming to the time .
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Company of New York City informed Maria Bridge was 17. 7, and on the schedule of the Island Elemen- ;. F
the commission the tolls Cortez -. T1:
Bridge, 3.5. <
must be charged until the $6,000,:< tary School. To be eligible for ''. '" ".. i : ;_.':'.:.

000 bond issue is repaid in full. enrollment, a child must be four .,...{;"::_ ,., .. ......,. .
I The company is the county's fiscal EPISCOPAL CHURCH AUCTION years of age by the previous "' >7 .

agent on the bond issue of 1053.. Islanders will have an opportunityto January first. : r'
J Island residents have asked make their own bargains at an This will be a twodayaweekschool lt .

that thetolls be removed H possible auction of desirable items, at the with hours from 9 a.m. ,- .
,. and the commission has Episcopal Church of the Annunciation until noon. Enrollment will be ,- .; : 1

/ been seeking a way of releasingthe Friday, March 23, at 7 p.m. limited to 18: Responsibility for .'
gasoline tax money being held Featured will be paintings of local transportation will be solely
CITY
OF HOLMES BEACH governing officials after new aldermen/Mrs.
.in escrow to secure the bonds. scenes and original crafts by that of the parents.Registration Ruby White and John H. Bockotf, and City Clerk Mrs. Polly Archer have
\The bond issue was. floated leading Island artists. will begin April boon sworn In by Mayor Carl F. Scott. Front 'row, loft to right are Mrs.
nine years ago to raise money' for Wellknown Islander Ted Tripp let, and end the 15th, with pup- Archer, Mrs. White, Mayor Scott and Alderman F. Bouvard Shell. Rear
construction of the Cortez, Anna will be the auctioneer, and a wide ils accepted in order of their row are Aldermen Beckett, John E. Holmes Jr. and Harold M. "Chick"
ap-
Maria, Longboat Key and other selection of useful and unique items plication. Parents or legal -'( Chapman, who was elected board president after tho now members were
in the guardians sworn. (Islander Photo)
bridges county, plus causeways will be offered. Among the inven- make application by
and access roads, but building may
tory are new and used items, inclu-
Roser Church office at
,
of the three Island bridgescost phoning
more than the total raised ding fishing and marine equipment; 778-2882, any morning except Anna Maria Garden'Club classifications have been planned, '

by the bond issue, and the other other house and garden wares items, jewelry that and Friday or Saturday, between the 9th Annual Flower ShowThe first, second and third awards I'I'and
bridges were financed in other things. Among are dates mentioned above. Birth will be made in each classifica
to be is ninth annual flower
given away a new portable showof
ways Tolls' have been charged on certificates will be required. tion. '
the
19-inch television Anna Maria Garden Club
set. ,
,
the two Island spans, and the In the horticulture classifications -
.. will be held
at the Anna Maria
1be.auctlonwill be held in the
county's share of gasoline taxes, all specimens exhibited
was also pledged. Parish House and hot dogs and soft Community Hall from 2 to 5 p.m., must be grown by the exhibitor,.

Nearly a year ago, the tax drinks will be sold by the youngsters. .. ...!- Wednesday, March 28, under the and in the design classifications
general chairmanship of
!Mrs.
money held in escrow amountedto POST orrictNEWPOSTOPPICEIceI4.l..s Murrel must be the work of the exhibitor.
more than 'a half million dollars missioner Earl Bibey suggested Miller. Theme of thisyear's The public is invited to attend the

money which .ordinarilyWould commuters' tickets for Island residents rounds show Us-" is "The Sea Sur- .show, with no admission to be

,be used to purchase rightsof f saying he believed traffic Both charged.
horticulture and design
way by the county. and toll income would increase if

According to the letter, tolls i I such tickets were available.t. .

can be adjusted (reduced), b t. All the present members of the 4JlI ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
; commission last attended ;;
not abolished before the bonds i April a

are paid. The issue;was scheduled['Chamber meeting of the Island Temperatures Water Rainfall
to be repaid by 1982, but at the>t of Commerce, and at ,.,,. -' >-
..... rate of payment u. in thepast ,I that time pledged their support << -."}JJ'i, ..,q-' ,-iI!: >'r" l'':'"X.... Ham Noon 6pm High
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toward the tolls _
the issue_ will be retired by r having bridge
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1973.X abolished. Since that time some : f Mtr. 13-64 70 68 76 70 None
County Commissioners Tom i l members of the commission have : ""'.:" ter, Mar. 14--58 60 65 73 70 None

t Slaughter and Bill Crot said they r expressed interest in having the l Mar. 15--66 70 70 74 70 .95
were opposed to reduction'of the}t bridges refinanced, not order Mar. 16--56 64 64 73 68 2.1

present 3O-ant toll because such L that the tolls be eliminated, buttime has Interesting window alga In leach the Mar. 17--54 60 60 7062 None
reduction would extend the so that the gasoline tax money fernref on oversized letter. (Islander Mar. 18--54 62 60 73 67 None

,.:Of retiremeat of the boada. Com,." would'be released. Photo) Mar. 19--52 72 68 76 68 None





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THE ISLANDER Thursday. March 22, 1962


The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA
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By THE EDITOR
EAtor..:...............................STEVE KIMBALL BAGK ;

Ntwt and odvtffHsInq............MARGE KIMBALL "A release we have been expectingfor
.... several years showed up in our
Mall Addr.... Anna Maria, Florida mail this week, and it provides the I

rationalization we, and all other
Subscription $3.50 a y.ar; $2.00 for six months, payable>> In cigarette smokers have needed.We .
advance..Canada, $5.00
p.r y.ar. realize the scare articles about
Advertising rat. $1.00 p.r column Inch. Discount of 10% for
six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month. the high incidence of lung cancer
National or agency placed odvortlslng $1.25 p.r column Inch. among heavy smokers of cigarettes I
did and does serve as a deterrent to

CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn some smokers and ex-smokers, but II

they are the less-hardy minority of
Independent w..kly published .v.ry Thursday by the users of the filthy weed.So .
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida
I to all our fellow addicts, we

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March,3,1879. offer the following item, which ,I
could fittingly be entitled Tobacco .
Industry Fights Back, and feel it J

An Island will be welcomed by the membersof I
Springtime the smoking fraternity.New Especially timely right now is this cartoon from the St.
Figures published in a booklet by the Tourist Services Divisionof Petersburg Times.
the Florida research studies coveringmore
Commission reveal
Development some interesting
than 14 years show that the
facts about visitors to Florida, and about what months those visitors 11,000 employees like those pictured -
Roser Lenten ServicesA .
come. above in the cigarette fac- Roger N. Burnham, 85,

A change in trend of the past few years has made Augustthe tories of The American Tobacco mid-week worship service Famed Sculptor Dead
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top tourist month of the year, with July and June running and Company have smoke less cancer more, live longer heart will be each Wednesday at 9:30'I I -
or
place and show. During the Winter season, March is the high month, disease than the general public.J a.m. at the Roser Memorial Com Roger Noble Burnham, 85, a
followed by December, February and January, in that order. The The findings, made public in an :munity Church during the next well known sculptor, died last
statistics also confirm something we have suspected stronglythatApril article published in Industrial j four weeks of Lent. The Rev. week in Los Angeles after a long

and May were the low months of the year for the tourist Medicine and Surgery of indicatethe Richard K. Wiggins will give illness.He was the brother of Island
percentage pack-a-day or
industry.In heavier smokers among the em- :meditations on the general themeof residents Miss Helena and
addition, our circulation department verifies the fact that ployees is double the United < "Lent and You." These serv- Miss Margaret Burnham, and A.
the mass northward Spring migration, of those Islanders who spend States average, yet their death ices will be approximately one- Stanton Burnham. His works included -

part of the year elsewhere reaches its zenith during April, and rate Cancer was deaths only 71 were% of only the average.70% of i half hour in length. Everyone is a statue of the late star I

except for a few stragglers, is nearly complete by the middle ofMay. expected, respiratory cancer invited "to attend. Dress is to be Rudolph Valentino, and four 16- :

deaths only 71%, cardiovascular :informal, and a nursery will be foot statues that once stood in
We have been a weather-watcher since early childhood not deaths only 75%, and coronary ]provided for preschool children. front of the Boston City Hall.
the highs, lows, fronts, and such similar pseudoscientific data deaths only 79% of expected.The The complete Lenten scheduleof Burnham who
that is not for us we are much more concerned with the end research originated with a service at Roser Church follows once taught sculpture -
what is served the and request from Drs. Dorn and Baumof i Sunday Worship, 9 and at Harvard University, was
product up to consumer, we are readyto the U.S. Public Health Service : born in
testify that, weatherwise, the Island is at its best during April to study the employees' mortality ;11:15 a.m. Holy Communion Hingham, Mass.

and May.Weather. data. They studied data from Oc- March 25; Wednesday through HIGH TWELVE I.
CLUB
bureau records kept over a thirty-year period show tober 1946 through 1952 and found April 11, 9:30 aon.; Good Friday, I
that the average precipitation for April is a low 2.5 inches, and the employees live longer than 11 a.m., and Easter Sunrise Service Col. Raymond G. Sherman will
only 3.3 inches for May. Temperatures range from an average average. This finding was con- : at the Manatee County Beachat speak at the first regular meeting of I

low at night in the mid-sixties, to an average daytime high that 1953-1956 firmed by and later 19571960.studies Smoking covering 'm 6 a.m. the new High Twelve luncheonclubat ;

swings from the middle seventies to the low and middle eighties, habits were measured in 1956 by '. the Gulf Terrace Restaurant at I

and almost without exception, the sun is up there every day, cooperating an independent team of statisticians noon, Wednesday, March 28.
as if it were on the payroll of the Chamber of Commerce. from the University of Masons interested in attending are
The statistics show that 65 per cent of those visitors questioned North Carolina.We asked to call any of the luncheon

said that they enjoyed the beaches and swimming. What feel better already, we think committee for reservations, Hubert

better time for either than April and May? Locally, the water now we may live forever. Lemon, 7781751Harvey Piffner,
temperatures vary from the low seventies in early April to the see 778-2834, and Ed Swartz, 778-
high seventies and low eighties in early May. r r ; 2722.
A not-too-subtle
Twenty-eight per cent of the tourists Questioned said they had reminder on a
counter of glass giftware at Dobbe's Mostly About People .
enjoyed the fishing what better place than the Island, or what
reads: So lovely to look at (S.. alto Peg S)
better time of year to indulge in that sport? During late March or
So nice to hold WOLF COTTAGE: Mir Diane
early April, at an almost predictable day and hour, the sporty
Peters of White Bear Lake Minn. is
kingfiah shows up and attracts hundreds of eager anglers, and Once you drop it visiting her mother, Mn. Robert

during early May, the even sportier tarpon makes an appearanceto Then it .is .sold.. NEW SIGN In Anna Maria Bay Park Peters. t
test the mettle of the fishermen. Besides those piscatorial aristo I loaves little doubt about Its meanIng BERQUIST COTTAGE: Mr. and ,.
crats, there are many varieties of lesser fish, all apparently eagerto' There may be busier restaurants in even though Chief George Jordan Mrs. Robert Hartman of Kenosha,
the area than Pete Reynard's Holmes who erected the sign,meantto Wis. Mr. Hartman is training with the 1
into the and in fact it takes
get act during April May more Louisville Colonels, a farm team of f
than a little ingenuity not to catch fish at this time of year. Beach Yacht Club, but they can't Include the words" "boforo you" after the Milwaukee Braves.
What the booklet does not say, but what is undisputable fact be much busier. Each day Pete says "visitors. (Islander Photo) COLEMAN COTTAGE: Mr. and

is that one hundred per cent of the visitors to the state expect "If we get through today, tomorrow Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Toronto. '
SWEAT APARTMENT: Mr. C. R.
above everything else something out of the ordinary in the way will be easier. BIRD FILMS AT ROSER 'Snyder of Wellsboro, Pa. and his

of nice weather weather such as they do not have at home and Allen H. Morgan, executive sister, Mrs. Mary Minor of Deerfield,
the Island is the place to find it particularly at this time of year vice-president of the Massachusetts III/ I

day after day just the sort of Spring days everyone in the 1?ette's. Audubon Society, will pre-
North-expects to find up there in the Spring, but are found so sent a program of colored slidesof UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP

rarely. The sort of sparkling days that poets write about these Winnipeg, Manitoba birds at the recreation room Members the Manatee Unitar-
occur every day on the Island in April and May! And so beautiful Dear Editor: of Roser Memorial ian-Universalist will
I are they that one feels like taking each one and framing it to Enclosed is a cheque in paymentfor Community Fellowship
Church 8:30 hear the
hang in the place of honor in the family living room. one year's subscription The at p.nu Thursday, sermon "Resources Ag-
March 29, with the,public invitedat ainstDiscouragement," preparedby
Islander. Please mail it to me at
the above Winnipeg address.We no admission charge.Mr. Dr. Herbert Hitchen of the
Morgan will visit his mother Unitarian, Church of Northamptonand
SPRING HOUSE CLEANING joyed.our recent visit to
Anna Maria Island so very much we Mrs. Helen Morgan, for one Florence,Mass., at the meet-

would like to keep informed of the week. He is a well known photo- ing on Sunday, March 25.
} Several times recently we have attended meetings where we Island activities year around, and grapher and has done work for It is hoped a visitor, the Rev. \

have heard many criticisms and complaints about lots which need what better way than through The the National Audubon Society. Henry Cheetham, organizer of
clearing and roadsides which should be trimmed, plus unflattering '
Islander?Looking forward to the ar- churches and fellowships in Vir-
comparisons of the Island's general appearance with that of less rival of the first copy, I am, JOIN THE ISLAND CHAMBEROF ginia and North Carolina, will

favored spots. Yours truly. COMMERCE-THE SMALL be present. The meeting will be

Enough criticisms and complaints so we embarked on an ex Mrs. H. Timbers MEMBERSHIP FEE WILL BE A held at the Palma Sola Community -

tensive inspection tour of the Island, leisurely driving the lengthof What better way, indeed? GOOD INVESTMENT! Club at 10:30 a.m.
many of the side streets, as well as the main highways.Our *

conclusions? The criticisms and complaints were justifiedto East Orange, N, J. -- ----

some extent. Too strong in some cases. not nearly strong enoughin Dear Editor: ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

others. Thought you might like to see the MARCHHIGH--- -LOW-
The most attractive homes and areas definitely were those clippings about our branch store
where the grass and other growth were trimmed neatly, where no which opened on schedule despitethe 15 Thur. 11.00 a.m. 0.7 7130 p.m. 1.3 2122 a.m. .0.7 121<< p.m. 0.6

piles of trash awaited picking up, and where dead palm fronds fact Al has been laid up by the* 16 17 Sat.Fri. 11.39 11.20 a.m. 0.8 0.8 8.39 p.m. 1.3 3115 a.m..0.7 2&08 p.m. 0.6

had been carried away, and conversely the most unattractive areas, flu for two weeks. 18 Sun. 11149 a.m.a.m. 0.8 10.20 9.U p.m. 1:3 1.3 4.29 3.57 a.m.0.6 a.m.0.7 3:44 3.08 p.m. 0.3 0.4
p.m.
especially along some of our main streets and highways were those Weather so far has not been too 19 Mon. 11152 a.na. 0.8 11.00 p.m. 1.3 4.56 a..... -0.5 4.34 p.m.p.m. 0.1
with weeds fighting to take over the entire I landscape. bad--nothing like the severe win- 20 Tu. 11157 a.m. 0.9 11137 p.m. 1.3 5t20 a.m.0.4 5t12 p.m.0.1

A tendency common to all of us i is that of looking at a familiar ter we experienced last year. THE 21 W.d. 12111 p.m. 1.0 --- 5i43 a.m.0.3 5:48 p.m.0.2
ISLANDER keeps us abreast of what 22 Thur. 12114 a.m. 1.2 12129 p.m. 1.2 6.06 a.m.0.2 6.27 p.m.0.3
scene without seeing it as it actually is .- often it takes the eye'
,23 Fri. 1254 1.1 12151 1.3 6.30
a.m. a.m.0.1
of a stranger to show us something see every day.If goes on on the Island and we real-' 24 Sot. 1137 1.0 p.m. 7.07 p.m.0.5
a.m. h16 p.m. 1.4 6.53 a.m. 0.1 7151 p.m.0.5
doubts ly enjoy reading it! 25 Sun. 2127 a.m. 0.8 1.45 1.5 7.15 0.2
anyone the need of greater effort toward Island p.m. a.m. 8s44 p.m.0.6
beautification, or merely cleaning house, we suggest to 'each'' a We miss the Island and all our 26 Mon. 3.21 a.m. 0:7: 2s19 p.m. 1.5 7.30 a.m. 0.. 9:44 p..... -0.6 .
friends there, but are to be 27 Tu. 4s54 0.6 3.00 1.5
happy a.m. p.m. 7.15 10.54
a.m.-0.5 p.m.0.6
slow and comprehensive tour of the Island, using a critical eye. here with all the family. 21 Weei. ----------------U3:55m 1.5 ---..-- .. en.... .-..---- ..
Or, on the other hand, if anyone needs some inspiration to Keep well and good editing for a 29 Thur. -...-- .-----... 5t11 p.m. 1.4 12110 a.... -0.7 -.-.--...... .....
show what results con be achieved, the Island has those areas, too! long long time. 30 Fri. 10.54 a.m. 0.8 6.40 p.m. 1.4 1123 a.m.0.8 12118 p.m. 0.7
31 Sat. 10.56 a... 0.9 8.01 1.4
2125
a.m.0.8
p.m. 1.SO'p.m. 0.7
But in any event, let's make a concerted effort to. put our best Just, For Cortez and Bradenton Beach, acid seven minutes to high tld. readlng,
foot forward! Helen Norman add one hour, six minutes to low tide reading.





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"' .Thursday, March 22, 1962 THE ISLANDER ,,_.._ .." : ". Page 3
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milion, Ohio, a 29 pound red
!Let's GoFishing
CHURCHES snapper; J. Haver, Clifton, N. J.,
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HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCHNonDenominational a 29 pound grouper; and Lewis ,
( ) I : Bricker of Holmes Beach, a 22 .
a'
Bradenton Beach pound red snapper. Both the red
REV. A. W. SHIMS
snapper were entered in the
SUNDAY! :
tournament.
9:30 Sunday School.
a.m.
10:30 son. Worship Senricc. Monday: Each passenger camein
Although the weather has been with from 6 to 12 fish. Jackpot -
ST. BERNARD MISSION good for the most part, wind and winners were: Judson Haven ':

Priest: Rev. FRANCIS: F. WCLSMILU.R rough seas kept the Cortez party kratt, Palmetto, a 12% pound red e'
Schedule of MASKS boats at their docks some* days grouper; Clara Frank of Braden 1

SUNDAYS WEEKDAYS: 8:00: 8:00 and LIDoHOLY 10:00 ajn. 1 fast week. When the boats dido ton, 11 pound grouper, and Wen

DAYS: 8:00 LIDo and 6:00 p.m.. out, however, catches were dell Keller, Columbus, Ohio, a
Rosary and Benediction. ;ood. 10% pound grouper.Tournament .
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m. ADMIRAL, Monday: C. 0. .
Elleffson, Canton, S. D., 15%
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL pound grouper; John Sanburnof Standings
Rxv. Lex RATUIT, Patter Saginaw, Mich., 14 pound As Of March 16 1962 \i\ ..lk 1

THURSDAY siesta ; Bennie Kauffman of SNOOK-15 lb. 8 oz., Walter A
3:00 p.m. Junior G.A. & Sunbeams.. Key, a 13 pounder. Burch, Merill, Mich. ;
SUNDAY Tuesday: Agnes Collison Del. 13 lb. 10 oz., Maurice DeClercq, FISH,WATCH OUTI Mrs. Edith Bean, mother of Frank and Al Dobbs, arrived :
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 1 ton: Mich., a 15 pound grouper, Palmyra New York, caught in on the 1.landla.t week from her home In Kansas City, and mined( I,
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. md j Art Bohn of Nokomis, 14% Manatee River, weighed at Hawker's lately declared all-out war on the redflsh. She landed two before she Tl
6130 p.m. Jr. Choir. ]pound grouper." Market. was on the Island, and Is pictured her. with five redflsh, two of which i*

7:30 p.m. Worship Service.MONDAYt Sunday: A large catch of 13 lb. 4 oz., Virgil Shaw her weighed 79th between birthday.five and six pounds each. Mrs. Bean recently observed {.

6:30 p.m. R.A. grouper and mangrove snapper. Cardington, Ohio, caught in Manatees ,
TUESDAY Bill Martin of Bradenton landed Hawker's Ohio in the
KINGFISH-No
River weighed at Vermilion, caught entries.
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. i 30 pound grouper; E. V. Market. Gulf on the Best Bet, weighed at FLOUNDER-4 lb. 5 oz.., A. C.
WEDNESDAY Bryant, Lexington, Ky., a 25 REDFISH-8 lb. S oz., Harry Turner's Seafood and Tackle Cope, Bradenton Beach.
7:30 p.m.Prayer Meeting. f roundgrouper; Harvey Simons Whtfrff, Bradenton. Shop. 2 lb. 10 oz., Vincent G Pet-
7:30 p.m. Baptismal Service at ttf Lakeland, and Wayne Simons 7 lb. 10 oz., Bob Adams, No other entries.MACKEREL4. rocelli, Bradenton caught in Terra
First Baptist, Bradenton.Choir. a 22% pound black grouper, andi Snead Island, caught in Tampa lb. 14oz., Andrew Ceia Bay, weighed at Haw
8:30 p.m. Chapel 10 pound mangrove snapper. Bay, weighed at Terra Mana Crilly, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio. ker's Market.
Monday: Bob Lobaugh, Lima, Center. A. C. Bra lb. Paul
Sports 4 lb. 8 oz., Cope 2 4 oz., Bryan,
LOSER MEMORIAL CHURCHNoaDenominational Ohio, 29 pound grouper; D. E. 6 lb. 10 oz., John Eskew, denton Beach. Roann, Indiana, caught in Palma
( ) Brubaker of Gladwin, Mich., 27 Bradenton Beach, caught in Sara- 4 lb. 7 oz., Ray Pringle, Cortez.. Sola Bay, weighed at Bayview
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor f pound grouper; Dr. James 0. sota Bay, weighed at Turner'sSeafood MANGROVE SNAPPER-2 Ib.. Fishing Center.

THURSDAY! Flood of Crystal Lake, Ill. and and Tackle Shop. 6 oz., A. C. Cope, Bradenton TROUT7 lb. 12 oz., Paul
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. Harold Trail of Bay City, Mich., GROUPER: lbs., C. F. Le- Beach. Bryan, Roann, Indiana, caught in1 -

SUNDAY: Holy Communion. each a 24 pound black grouper' master, Akron, Ohio. 11 oz., Marshall McMann, Bra Palma Sola Bay, weighed at Bay- I
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. md Jim Bruney of Cortez, a 30 lbs., Harry B. Allen, Miles denton. view Fishing Center.

10:00 11:15 a.m. Sunday School.Service. 3% pound mangrove snapper, City, Montana, caught in the Gulfon No other entries. (Continued on Page 10)Decorative .
a.m. Worship which he entered in the County the Admiral Too, weighed at -
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Senior and Intermediate' Cortez Fishing Center.
6:30 p.m. Panels
Youth Fellowships. ADMIRAL TOO Wednesday: No other entries. Plywood Filigree
Harvey Olsen, Lakeland, 18 *
6:30 Adult Program. RED SNAPPER- 16 lb. 14 <(
WEDNESDAY p.m. : pound grouper; Phillip Ogden of oz., B. A. Rogers, Vermilion,
9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. Battle Creek, Mich., a 17 poundred Ohio, caught in the Gulf on the- SIZE OF PANEL (AU Styles)
9:30 a.m. Lenten Service. grouper, and Ed Austin, Bra Best Bet weighed at Turner's. WIDTH HEIGHT
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Mission denton, 12% pound grouper. Seafood and Tackle Shop.
Work Shop. Sunday: Bryce Rogers of Ver, 1SIacheaX 24 Inches
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Island Bowling League The Island...................58 Aaron VanOstenbridge..599Bob
Island Marine Supply..57Anna Guild.........................598 .
Maria Electric..57Dick George Thi odeau.............596 .r
Wagner.....................54 Bob Guild.......................594
1I Stanley Insurance..............54 Cliff Weston....................593 '.. "
Island Bank..................... 47 Ed Wiese.........................591 .. \0/ : ... it !
I Bayou Marina! ....................43 Bob Guild............:...........591 '1
Pete Reynard's Restaurant..41.5TOP -...
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TEN GAMES 'I .
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r Tom Edwards.................... 232 Andy Rasmussen................176 --..-
Dutch Bach.....................204 Roger Haynes...................173 'f, r;. .
First place Tropical Vista won Clyde Harman....................204 Jack Colson....................171 '- / '
its match in Island Bowling Lea- Bob Guild........................202 Kayo Keding.....:.............171
gue all play four Friday evening by tak- Clyde Harman....................202 Clyde Harman....................171
ing points from PeteReynard's Andy Rasmussen................201 George Thibodeau............. 170
Restaurant team. The Tom Edwards.................... 201 Lefty Miller...................... 169
leaders were unable to increase ...................200 ...
their Roger Haynes Tom Edwards.................... 167
lead, however, because
second Andy Rasmussen..198Dan George Dykstra..................165 DELUXE MOTOR TRANSPORTATION of the Twenties. Packard touring
place Schuchard Plumbing, Knauf......................198 Aaron VanOstenbridge........165 car In mint condition as It was about to participate In parade of classic
points which has behind stayed the leaders the same for the 3.5 Harvey Meyer! ................... 198 Frank Moc.......................165 motorcars In Sarasota. (Islander Photo)

weeks and outscored TOP TEN SERIES Dan Knauf......................165
Tropical past seven Vista the,previous three Tom Edwards....................629 Hugh Holmes.....................165 ;; -t; \. "" ...'.'''#, ,
weeks, won its match with the Andy Rasmussen................576 Bob Whipple......................164 )iOOFk::: :.. .":;, r'DOORST
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I Island Bank by the same score. Frank Davidson................. 572 George Slee 164 1
In fact, league leadership may Roger Haynes....................564 Dick Connick..................163 '
be decided Friday evening, when Bob Guild.......................564 Steve Alex.......................162
the first and second place teamsare Clyde Harman....................561 Harry Callahan.................. 161
scheduled to meet in one of Steve Alex.......................549 Lloyd Hanson....................161 WINDOWS p R n
the league's most important tussles Lefty Miller...................... 547 Frank Davidson................. 161 ,-
of the season. George Dykstra.................526 Jim Wuichet.....................160 :!.
Team andhigh individual scores Harvey Meyer! ................... 524 Earl Parks......................160
follows Vista Chuck VerMett...................160 I Il.
were as : Tropical FOUR LOW GAMES

4, Pete Reynard's Restaurant 0. Al Nelson..........................82 SCHEDULE-March 23 # C
: (Tom Edwards, 232-629; Harvey .MelAkins! ..........................97 Schuchard-Tropical Vista l.,"
Meyer, 197,George Dykstra, 526)). Sparky Sparks..................102 Bayou Marina-Island Marine t 'U'ES/1&S/ ; !
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Schuchard Plumbing 4, Island Glenn Carlson.................. 104SEASON'S The Islander Insurance ; .j' #"
Bank 0. (Clyde Harman, 204-561; -Stanley ': ". !
Vic Reinel, 171-468)). Lay-Z-Liv-N-Pete Reynard'sDick fi"-R!
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; DEL CRANDALL veteran catcher of the Milwaukee Braves, shown
Roy Ferguson, 183-455)). Jim Wuichet....................638 ceiving from Fred "Codfish" Baldwin, a certificate making Crandall re-an
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments 3,Van-, Andy Rasmussen..629Tom WHILE AWAY FROM THE ISLAND honorary citizen of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Background is the famous
Ostenbridge Builders 1. (Dutch Edwards....................629 KEEP UP WITH ISLAND EVENTS-- Anna Maria City(fail, which has "No roof no doors, no windows, no bars,
Bach, 204, Frank Davidson, 572; Clyde Harman....................607 SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER! and no guests for yrs. n' yrs." (Islander Photo)

Dan Knauf 197-507)).
The Islander 3, Island Marine
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511; Andy Rasmussen, 201-576)). Shop the Island first! HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
Stanley Insurance 3, Dick Wagner .
Realty 1. (Earl Drew, 194-. ANNA MARIA ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INSURANCE DOLLAR
498; Dick Connick, 172- 76)). -.. --.-_. r .' 4 i
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New Co-op Apartments made by Developer Jack Holmesto Other features offered .in the Born in Chicago, he first visited corporated in that year.
Completely Sold start another five-unit building.The first units were screened porches, here in 1919, vacationing while Perhaps best described as a
I The Island's. first first building was started waterfront location with private working in Sarasota for the nationally practical visionary, Jack Holmes
cooperative January 27 and completed in dock and boatslip for each unit, known engineering firm has the rare ability to dream
Gardens apartments, the five-unit Seaside seven weeks. It contains four one. paved street, and city water. of Stone and Webster. He also dreams, particularly of future development -
on 63rd Street, Holmes bedroom apartments, and one Entire cost of the first build worked on the Davis Island proiect -, of his beloved Island,
Beach, opened for inspection Sat. two-bedroom unit. ing and utilities ran to approxi- in Tampa during the Florida and then to translate those
urday, and were completely sold Price of the larger unit was mately $55,000. boom) of the ].920's. dreams into actual streets, sub
before the day was over. $10,950, and of the onebedroomunits '. John E. Holmes Sr., developerof He has owned property on the divisions, airstrips, cooperative
Monday several more apartments $8,950.Some the apartments, is one of the Island since 1924, purchasing his apartments, or whatever. I
were sold, and plans wereREASONER of the features of the at- .Island's longtime residents, and first home here at that time. According to members of his I
tractive apartments are all-elec is responsible for much, of its Jack Holmes brought his fame family, the completion of the first '
lweyr AnrxJe. tric kitchens; acoustical ceilingsand development.. ily to Anna Maria in 1934 to cooperative apartment buildingis
.-, H:', walls, vinyl-asbestos tile Better known to everyone in make-.his permanent home, and the fulfillment of a dream of I'
floors, Colorcrete .exterior paint- the and the and is the
area, particularly on since that time has taken an active long standing merely
ing, central heating and air con. Island, as "Jack" Holmes, hequalifies part in civic and community firststep in that dream. Other !
ditioning and very attractive in as an old settler on Anna affairs. chapters include building of more
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I immediately after graduation.: He from surgery. .Helen Brandt is *
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CUE LINES. toured for seven years in the lead on deck once again as stage man-
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role Smilin' and three.
: Through, ager, Elizabeth Hoyle as promp-
years as Jeeter Lester Tobacco ter, and Nora Morgan is back at
II I by Helen Bradley Road. Retired from the profess- her seemingly endless job of gat-

ional stage, he made his last ap- hering props. She needs a soda
;f Rehearsals are once again in Bob Hanscom of Bradenton will pearances in Chicago in summer siphon for her list.Seems no one

f 4 full swing for the Island Players, be seen in the leading male role. stock five years ago, and witha uses them these days. Anyone'
Ice as the cast for Not in The Book of Andrew Bennett, dignified and New York opera company in St. who has one he or she will loan
if t H unravels the intricate details of predictable head of the British Petersburg in 1960. He came to the Players is asked to call Mrs.

the suspense-laden plot. Two household, who is faced with a Florida in 1941 with his wife, Morganat778-1032..In the cos

II new actors have been selected, situation involving him in black- Frances, who is employed at the tume line, a tweed cap and a
Lt. Col. Edward Chandler of Anna mail,not unlike that in the themeof Bradenton Beach Post Office. pair of men's tweed plus fours

\\I Maria as Col. Bars to wand a crime novel submitted to him They have a son who lives in are needed.Of .

i f Paul Leonard of Holmes Beach by a young writer. Whether or not Minneapolis and a daughter in the utmost importance to the

, l thus completing the cast, which he follows and carries out the Washington, D. C. success of a good stage production -
:1 includes Irma Cox, Bob Hans- poison plot as written, sets the is the scene designer. Pat

f com, Hermann Brandt, Dr. Roy mood of tension in the cloak and BACKSTAGE BRIEFS: Dr. K. .Huber of Anna Maria has served

I Gunther, Dick Rosedale and Jim dagger story. W. Stenstrom, Col. Alan Mackenzie the Players with dedication for

I Adamson. Mr. Hanscom has a backgroundof and Carlton Wilby have begun six years in that capacity. Dur-
t Not in The Book is a new-from- 37 years on the professionalstage work on set construction for Not ing the run of Tunnel she was

i4 i London mystery-comedy in three coveringevery kind of performance In The Book, and Pat Huber is rewarded forher efforts by an op-
: acts, by Arthur Watkyn, and will from Chautauqua to valiantly at work with swatchesof ening hand for the colorful and
open a four-night run at the Anna Shakespeareanrepertoire. He has each of
chintz, wallpaper and paint, imaginative set on night
I I Community Hall, April 11. appeared in more than 600 shows, exhausting stint the performances. It was also BETTY LU BROWN of Brod.nton
j Irma Cox will have the leading including the leading role on despite an daily Mrs. Huber who, with Sherwood Beach,on* of the contestants In the
with four grandchildren -
lively
I lady role of Sylvia Bennett, the Broadway in'The Moon Is Blue, young D.Soto Queen competition. Batty Is
I Smith, began the Players' hand-
as her daughter recovers 18, a graduate of Manatee High, and
I f devoted wife and mother who is He holds a degree in Theatre Arts --...__.._ -.- some program, selling advertising -' astud.ntat Manatee Junior College.
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,,1 a bit confused by her normally Northwestern University, be- !!!''>i I and planning the format..Mrs. Shod the daughter of Mrs. Emily R.
j dependable husband and well- ginning work in summer stock Huber came to the Island from. Brown. Hobbles are acting, dancing,
behaved son, as they develop skiing, swimming end horseback
Long Island, N. Y. and has beena
'L changes in character. Mrs. Cox } riding.
44F winter resident for 14 years,
1 lives in Holmes Beach with her : ;
x spending her summers in Stowe, SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB DINNERThe
t t husband, Bruce,and their 11-year "."
$ .ai'', Vt. with her husband Max. They fourth annual dinner of the An-
old daughter, Sally, in their new i
.tat ." !
L 4( I'ic-; "; have two daughters in Bradentonand na Maria Shuffleboard Club will be
I home on Marina Drive, one of the fui .- I IN Iv. :, a son in Atlanta. Pat's talent served at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March
I homes open on the recent Tour fti.L:< for set design has a back- 28, at the parish house of the Episcopal
Church of the Annunciation,
t _______. i ground of years operating a decorating 4408 Gulf Drive,Holmes Beach. Tic-
I
business on Long Island kets may be obtained from Henry

j v. )' IL plus a graduate degree in awarded Clay or Joe to: Paul Mizen.Karr Prizes and W.will Ray-be

art. mond, first and second winners in
the Men's Singles; and Doubles win-
WHILE AWAY FROM THE ISLAND ners Henry Clay, W. Raymond, Ar-
Sys KEEP UP WITH ISLAND EVENTS- thur Johnson and William Perry.
t PAT HUBER SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER!
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t IRMA COX Complete vvr

!;: of Homes sponsored by the Church Travel Service
of the Annunciation. As Islanders
I r most
:1 e Airlines
r know, she is postmaster,
e Steamships
or postmistress at Bradenton
Beach, a position she has held e Railroads
r I since 1947. Mrs. Cox was origin- National Car Rental

ally from Pittsburgh, and has 746-7145
J been an Island resident since

1938. This is her first
t appearance 711 12rii ST. W.
I on the stage.
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ANNA MARIA 778-2557

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tains. No soot to blacken utensila...they keep shining bright. Your whole
15 '4- family will love the "lace hanky" cleanliness of flameless electric cooking.

r IN BUD Bt BUOOMISLAND 795CALADIUM J. IT'S COOLER I Pots and pans come into direct contact with the electric

range heating element for speediest cooking without wasted heat. Your

,. ._ kitchen stays up to 16 degrees cooler in the summer.
; J
BULBS 9C EA. .> IT'S SAFERI Only flameless electric cooking is free from fumes fuel !. "
odors, and constant-burning pilot flame. Easy-to-use automatic controls ::- :::

regulate the heat and do away with pot-watching. Meals cook to perfec-
A ut<
and doing other things...with precious peace of mind.

?., B Oc A'1e4 .:' Cooking with flameless electricity it the smartest way today-tomorrow the only way. _i.4
See your electric appliance dealer.A "':

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11* INCLUDED IN EVERY MEDALLION HOME .
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Much 22, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pine 9

I Epsilon Alpha Meeting OTTO C. MAYES ... LOUIS J. SHANAHANLouis

Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Btta Otto C. ,Mayes, 77, East 0' The J. Shanahan, 65, of Provi-
' Sigma Phi Sorority met last week Sun Cottages, BradentonBeach, diI I dence, R. I., vacationing at 2414
'I 1 at the home of l\frp. F. B. Shell of ed Wednesday. March 14. He was I Gulf Drive North Bradenton Beach, 1

''f I Starfish Road Holmes Beadi, born in Dover Ind. and now livedin died suddenly Friday, March 16. j
11 Hhen the chapter's "Girl of llm Lebanon, Ind. He was a retired draftsman, and a
i il) Year" award went to Mrs. Aaron retired Indianapolis policeman, member of St. Anthony Catholic
1 he had been a winter resident of the
VanOstenbridge Jr., for her service I ChurchofProvidence. He was a
I to the chapter during the>car. Island for'12 years. 1 veteran of World War I. -

Service project of the chapter He was a member of the FraternalOrderofPoliceanda50year His only survivor is his wife, Eve-
for April will be to furnish erg; mem- : I.

It i shells to the Kindergarten class ber of Lebanon Lodge 635, P.O.E. lyn.GriffithCline Island Chapel was
)I at the Anna Maria Elementary Survivors are his wife Elizabeth :In charge of local arrangements,
II School for an (Easter egg painting L. and a brother, Charles S. of..and funeral service and burial was
project. Lebanon. in Providence.
f 9 A report of the nominating Funeral services were held at Grif-
:; committee was made, and officers fith-Cline Island Chapel, and bur- NEW ISLAND EXCHANGE CLUB
1\\ will be elected at the next meet- ial in Lebanon. Manatee County's third ExchangeClub
ing. Mrs. Shell, :Mrs. John Van was organized at a meeting at
I; Ostenbridge and Mrs. c. E. Brewer the Holmes Beach Yacht Club last
were the committee members. Island Garden Club'Appruximatd week, and will meet again at the
Mrs. Fran Maxon talked on )' 70 members and same place at 7 p.m. Thursday.
In I "Personality and Relationship." guests attended Frulaj's meeting Sponsored by the Exchange Club
II Plans were made for a ranch of the Island Garden Club. Following of Manatee County, which meetsin
i party which will take place Saturday ; a brief business meeting: Bradenton the new organizationwill
, evening, March ;31, at the Bill More. of Sunland Garden be known as the Exchange Club
I home of Mrs. Norma Torgesonof Store was introduced. lie introduced of Anna Maria Island.
I Beach Avenue.: Husbands and Jack Russell of Orlando, Frank Benjamin of Bradenton past
I+ will be invited to attend. who instructive talk
guests gave an on district governor of Exchange, was j j
t Members at the meeting were *'\ematudes,'' their cause appearance the speaker, telling the gathering 1

Mrs. VanOstenbridge Mrs. John and lieatment. about Exchange and its purposes.
VanOstenbridge, Mrs Brewer, .
IEPISCOPAL Officers elected at the meetingwere
Mrs. Maxon, Mrs. Torgeson, Mrs. LENTEN SERVICES
,I't., Charles Weaver Mrs. :Hollie C. Ellis, president; P. PRIZE WINNING PAINTINGS by Island artists Sally Lloyd and Virginia
George During Lent the following extra C. VanRensselaer, secretary, and Dunham. Top painting is Mrs. Lloyd's "Fisherman's Wharf," which won
Norwood Mrs. Ted Mrs.
Tripp, services will be held at the Churchof Eddie Cipriani, treasurer. The other econd prize for oils in the Students' Show at the Art League of Mana-
, \ Maxon and Mrs. Shell. the Annunciation: Wednesday, charter members of the club are: tee County. Lower painting is Mrs. Dunham's "The Hannah," winner of

ilI 7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon. John C. Myers, Pete Reynard, Dr. third prize in same show. (Islander Photo)

,I WOMAN'S CLUB LUNCHEONThe Thursdays, 7 & 9 a.m. Holy Eu- Stephen A. Walker, Dr. Otto Pav-

charist. lin, Louis Mack, Stewart Myers and
Anna Maria Woman's Club
FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
REGISTER--AND Robert Daughaday.FOR .
will hold its annual luncheon at the VOTE!
J
Holmes Beach Yacht Club at 1 p.m. TWO LOCATIONS -
ANNA MARIA ELECTRICAND
Thursday, April 5. Installation of OFFICE FURNITURE
SUPPLIES Licensed Electrical Contractors 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL
officers will take place at the lun- -
Snapper and Pine StreetsElectric
I cheon. Reservations must be in by The Bradenton I Wiring Fixtures Bradenton 7511 N. Tomiomi Trail, Sarasota
1 March 31. No tickets will be sold Office Equipment Co. -
L (ROY) FERGUSON Phone: 746.2111 Phone: 745-9811
at the door. BRADENTON
i 530 13th St.
778-2143 Phones
Day Nite 778-2059
i f For reservations please call 778-.
; 2527. 778-1337 778-2303 or 778-
t
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
of the luncheon
2177. Price is 210.
, Committee in charge of arrange- The Gulf Park FOR PHELPS NURSERY

ments:Mrs K. W. Stenstrom, Mrs. All-Modern MOBILE HOMES

t George Tann, Mrs. Frank Koehler Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53' FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS JiL
and Mrs. .
Chauncey Pecoy.PLUMBING. Recreation Hall Shuffleboard/ Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
f HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY

I:; LANDSCAPINGPINE
THE riNUT IN FRENCH CUIIINK
The, Best In a Romantic.Atmosphere Provincial French

YERLY PLUMBING CO. AVENUE PHONE 778.1501
CortexBUILDER It fflfpmittfatr NORTH END ANNA MARIA


J OF HOMES NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
Luncheon at 12 Dinner at a
:I Houses suitable for Island climate p.m. ANTICIPATEDANNUAL
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs Sarasota 388-2805 41 COMPOUNDED
o : Additions. Trustworthy estimates 4 0 QUARTERLYWhy
,I 1 given.NORMAN DIVIDEND

ROSEDALE, Anna Maria Our luxury accommodations TM_ .
Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591 '
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include
tiJ permit your money to earn less when safety
&' t ir is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or

I ONLY EFFICIENCIES ftC)( investing? Consider .
BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS
APARTMINTS SAFETY (of
your funds)
PLACE ON THE ISLAND
SURF and POOL BATHING i AVAILABILITY
OFFERING
SERVICE
L 2-DAY SERVICE ONEKTACHROME For Reservations or Information Call 7781511Or i RETURNS

!i Write: Box 366 PALMETTO FEDERAL for all of these features. All accounts art
insured up to $10,000 by on instrumentality of the Federal Government
!I and Anna Maria, FloridaPROGRESS

'. KODACHROMEPROCESSING PALMETTO FEDERAL

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION"Service
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With Interett" 722.4511
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DIRECT SERVICE BY

It I EASTMAN KODAK
WeAreOPENAnd
No community can continue to and
grow prosper
PICKED UP DAILY AT 1 p.m.

without assurance that it will have an adequate Ready To Serve You


SPECIAL THIS WEEK supply of fresh, pure water. That is our responsibilityon HOME COOKINGAt
I; 5x7 ENLARGEMENT
98 Anna Maria Island to make certain that our
d ONLY *
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PLUS customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have an 7:00 AM
.I/!

FREES unending source of water at the lowest possible cost. Island Coffee Shoppe


Manatee County Water

PLASTIC FRAME Company Coquina BuildingGulf
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ERNIE'SCAMERA ?t Business Office: Drive Anna Maria
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ,
r Telephone 778-2022
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SHOPPHONE j BREAKFASTLUNCH



778-1185 & DINNER

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., i il' TOURNAMENT... .Ecorse Michigan, caught in Manatee !
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'T' 'T (Continued from Paa. 3)
River Yacht
nvE7V : ? weighed at
uovm rtiea .. .. _. -if....-- \. 6 lb. 2 oz., Janet Drymond, Basin & Tackle Shop.SHEEPSHEAD8.

R BRG .. ... -. '''_. Cortez. lb. .15 oz.,
& 5 lb. 14 oz., Janet Drymond, A. C. Bradenton Beach.
.. l.-4ri-.. .r. Cortez. Cope,
6 Ib. 15 Marshall McMann
7f1It""" oz., ,
Other news entries: 4 lb. 9 oz., Bradenton.

Harold W. Ellis, Bradenton, 2 lb., Robert Pitts, Braden- i
." -..... .:-FF .:.:0........:....itt"., -, ., caught off Green Bridge, weighedat ton, caught off Municipal Pier, I
: Yacht Basin & Tackle Shop;
,4-:
; weighed at Yacht Basin & Tackle
'J--" ,. 4 lb. 4 oz., Harold Carter, Bra I
:
Shop.
... Manatee River
denton, caught in *
toC"r Denotes change in standings.
I weighed at Yacht Basin & Tackle I
i Total entries to date-375. f fJACK'S
Shop; 4 lb. 6 oz., Dale Kilgore, f

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II'i BARGAINS:
,4- TWO BEDROOM home In Bradenton Beach recently purchased from Mrs.
t aft L. K. Stam by Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lindsay. Sale was negotiated by I
Salesman Bud Hottman of Dick Wagner, Realtors. IN ANNA MARIA, CLOSE TO BEACH AND SHOPPING AREA, !!
Pictured above are D.puty Stat. TWO BEDROOM CONCRETE BLOCK COTTAGE ON LARGE .
Hotel! Commissioner Charles B.. .' CORNER LOT.HAS NICE TREES AND SHRUBBERY. SELLING
Miller, presenting certificate of excellence
FURNISHED FOR ONLY $10,500.
to John H. Beckett, owner *. *
of the Harbor Lights Motel, the
first such certificate awarded to an FRAME COTTAGE IN BRADENTON BEACH, OLD BUT SOUND.
Island motel. At right Is Deputy FINE LOCATION, ONLY ONE-HALF BLOCK TO EITHER I
Commissioner Tom Agulrr. AwardIng GULF OR BAY. PRICE $6,000.
*
of the certificates Is the result I
of a new policy of the Hotel Commission BAY FRONT LOT IN ANNA MARIA, SANDY BEACH, TREMEN. ,
and no award Is made for DOUS VIEW. A REAL BARGAIN AT $4,0001 ,I
excellence until after a thorough Inspection *
Is made without the owner HOLMES BEACH BUILDING SITE, 100 FT. FRONT, PRICED
being present. FOR QUICK SALE AT ONLY $2,250.
*
BARGAIN IN CANAL FRONT LOTS. TWO LOTS 75 X 125 EA.
ONLY A SHORT WALK TO GULF BEACH, IN TOP RESIDENTIAL .
TWO-BEDROOM HOME at 311 59th Street, Holmes Beach, recently purchased NEIGHBORHOOD, GOING FOR $3,000 EA. EASY TERMS.
by Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Whlttaker from Mr. and Mrs. George
Thibodeau. Sale was negotiated by John B. Prothero, Registered Real
Estate Broker. (Islander Photo) *

JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
R J+r Sunland Turf & GardenPHONE
& M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 771-2614
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= 778-2711

yy j r t Thanks To All !


r Here's


the WHO VISITED OUR BONUS HOMES, AND OUR SPECIAL

THANKS TO YOU WHO BOUGHT THEM. WE SOLD ALL ,
DONALD E. MELLIN, whose association secret WE HAD FINISHED, BUT WILL HAVE ANOTHER ONE
as a salesman with the officeof ,
Dick Wagner,Realtor,was announced READY THIS WEEKEND. IT IS ON KEY ROYALE 67TH

this w..k. r' of STREET, AND HAS A CLOSED GARAGE WITH SEPARATE .

PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES 1 RI;; UTILITY ROOM. 16 X 20 LIVING ROOM, 9 X 9H

TELEVISION DINING ROOM, LARGE KITCHEN WITH FORMICA TOP
greenery
CONDITIONERS COUNTERS, 13 X 28 FLORIDA ROOM WITH SLIDING

Expert and Prompt Service GLASS WALLS, 2 LARGE BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHS.
725 Uth St.. Bradenton, 744.0351 grass
A .Y 1587 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA ON A 100 X 105 I
1
WATERFRONT, SEAWALL LOT,ALL SODDED

AND LANDSCAPED. BE SURE TO SEE IT. IT'S WELL !

C s SAVE, $5.OOI WORTH THE EFFORT.. ALL FOR ONLY $20,2001

watte Bono SCOTTS SPREADERplus

lOA TS. TURF BUILDER for 5000 sq ft *

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON The Only together regularly$21.90 \

BEAUTY SERVICES / NOW ONLY 16.9O PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royal. Drive, 778-2845

era IVIMIMCS IT ATfOIMrUtMT Scoffs* BILL LEE, 502 Key Royal Drive, 778.1917 .
Dealer the Island I
I/f 111 i.wll+ on
JACK MARSHALL Realtor Anna Maria 778-2614
Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 778-2311 ,

ANNA MARIA CITY _


SEASIDE GARDENSy"

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WE RENT '''4

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FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS :'.:; : ,Holmes Beach, Florida :! .
PLAY PENS DIAPERSSUNBATHING -

COTS

HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS THANKS FOR THE WONDERFUL RECEPTION!

LINENS BLANKETS THE FIRST FIVE APARTMENTS WERE SOLD BY 11 A.M. THE FIRST DAY.

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE THE NEXT UNIT IS STARTED--ALL BUT ONE SOLDI!

THE THIRD UNIT SHOULD BE STARTED NEXT WEEK-THANKS AGAINI!
Bradenton Beach 778-1472


LEARN TO DO

YOUR OWNINCOME You are cordially invited to inspect our Medallion Waterfront Homes, completewith

I TAX every convenience. Designed and built for your comfort. Your own dock -

park and recreation area. Close to Shopping and Medical Center, famous Res-

t RETURNSHORT taurant, unexcelled Gulf Beaches, Air Taxi Service, fine fishing. An opportunity -

, COURSE to get the very best in a home in an excellent neighborhood for less than-
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you expected. ;
CALL

SOMERS COLLEGE .f -.
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529-13th Street West :: ....;;,.;-
BRADENTONPHONE

746-7431 JACK HOLMES DEVELOPERr
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.MaclI22. 1962 THE ISLANDER P fe IiII i


I II ISLAND 'REAL ESTATE


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.j Fog SAtE HARRY LICENSED M. RIFE CIIflQCO'X Shop the Island first!


PAINTING CONTRACTOR REALTOR
DICK ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
BONDED AND INSURED
tone778l500
F BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
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WAGNER Phone 778-1341 __ 406 ItIEMAIIA HERE IT IS!

BEST WATERFRONT BUY ON THE ISLAND! 150 FEET
HOLMES BEACH MOTEL SITE
ON MAIN HIGHWAY, 150 FEET ON BAY AND MORE

350 FEET ON THE WEST SIDE OF GULF DRIVE, 400 THAN 400 FEET DEEP. IDEAL FOR HOME AND IN-

I FEET FROM BEACH, THREE BLOCKS TO SHOPPINGAND
COME USE. NEAR BEACH AND SHOPPING. $20,000.P. .
MEDICAL CENTER. FURNISHED MODERN TWO-

) 778-2663 BEDROOM HOME INCLUDED, NOW RENTED FOR $300 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 7782444v .

-'if PER MONTH. TOTAL PRICE ONLY $25,000]
f: ft ft ""V- CONSIDER THESE BUILDING SITES:
JOHN B. PROTHERO
Look For These Signs A TWO LOTS 52 X 145 ON SPRING AVENUE, $1,800 each.
Real
Estate Sales & Rentals ,
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i TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
116 81st STREET -
THE PRICE IS RIGHTI
LOT ON PINE AVENUE-COMMERCIAL ZONINGRIGHTFOR
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L This type of prop.rty is In \
.t groat demands 2B.droom HOME, SUPLEX OR BUSINESS, $2,500
1 Beachfront Horn with an THINK! *
AlUEIoctrlc, Built-in Kitchens X 80 X 141 LOT, ONE BLOCK FROM GULF, ON STREETOF
et and
Dining Living
1 Rooms overlooking GULF HOW LONG HAS YOUR PROPERTY BEEN FOR ATTRACTIVE HOMES, $2,500. TERMS

through larg. sections of SALE? ONE YEAR? TWO YEARS? THREE YEARS? *

i''i Air awning Conditioner.windows.Garage 2-Ton IF SO, THERE MUST BE A REASON! ,\, CANAl FRONT LOT 75'X 125, SEAWALL E D, ONE

k and Porch. This home Is CALL 778.1331, WE MAY HAVE THE ANSWERI BLOCK FROM GULF, $3,500. TERMS.
: r.ady to move Into. Furnished *
e with expensive rat- 'it:. LOT ON GULF--107 FEET-ZONED FOR MOTELS.

} tan Furniture* All Go.s. DON IRWIN REALTY .5. $21,500--TERMS
REDUCED TO $20,000.
-TERMS- 2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331 Gertrude Realtor
E Blassingame,

SMALL, COMFORTABLE, Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
I. FLORIDA HOME $14,950 BUYS ALL THIS J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156
\ At 208 67th Str..t, Holmes Anna Maria, Florida
Beach.It has two bedrooms, BEAUTIFUL SODDED AND LANDSCAPED LOTI
i baths,built-in kltch.n
two EIGHT NATIVE PALM TREESI!
,
Larg. alr-condltloned Living -
Room and Dining Ar.a PAVEDSTREETI! $100 DownFront
f opening onto a screened
porch. Full garage. Landscaped LARGE SCREENED PORCHI __,.h.ENCLOSED ._
Lot.Only on. blockto >
GARAGEI!
the b.ach.Price$14,500
i unfuml hed. About $5,000 ONLY TWO BLOCKS TO THE BEACHI! I Canal Lots
;. down,balance$100 monthly .RUN DON'T WALK--' !
1 with no closing I costsl) .
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To 66TH STREET, AND SEE THIS
INLUANA
t GARDENER'S PARADISE
209 65th Street, Holmes BUY OF THE WEEK !
at Beach. This attractive two
' l bedroom>> home Is well built WM. B. LEE CO. ISLES
and has central gas heating,
J extra large garage, terrazzo 502 KEY ROYALE DRIVE PHONE 778-1917
floors, attic fans. Lot 118 $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
I x 105, with lots of shrubs
! and fruit trees. Priced at
$16,500, partly furnished. Gulf Front * *
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THREE BEDROOM HOMEon Holmes Beach
79th Str..t, Holmes
Beach, which has Canal Motel OR Apartment SiteWE
Rights. Large living room
and Porch.Carport and util- 3 Bedroom Bath Home
ity room. ONLY $15,000--

$2,500 down,assume FHA OFFER ONE HALF BLOCKOF C B Home
mortgage at $96 a month.
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BEST BUY IN VACANT, CLEARED, WELL DRAINED LAND UNFURNISHED, WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE
BRADENTON BEACH
This lovely two-b.droom FRONTING 106 FEET ON GULF AND HIGHWAY, DINING ROOM, DOCKING PRIVILEGES
Home with Fireplace and
Larg. Patio. Surrounded $17,500--NAME YOUR OWN TERMSI
with Palm Trees and Pines. AND 350 FEET ALONG SIDE STREET.

Fully Furnished and ONLY -
100 feet from the Bay. Has ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MULTIPLE USE
two extra lots zoned for .. WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
duplex for future expansion.A .
WIDE SANDY BEACH AVAILABLEAlso
BUY If there ever was
onel Only $13,500, $3,000 the Area's Finest Homes in All Price Ranges
down, $85 per month. No HIGH CLASS HOLMES BEACH AREA
closing costs. SEE US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

' ILLNESS FORCES OWNER TO SELL .: COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
EXTRA SPECIAL
CANAL LOT ON 77TH St.,
I HOLMES BEACH. Seawall
I and! paved at,..,. $3,500, $45,000

i CASH* alter S. Hardin

Bradtoft"Beach Lots-

I S1,SOQ Each.. Realty Company
75 Foot Lot $2,500 MAHAR REAL ESTATERUTHW.MAHARREALTOR
, 52 Lots iri Holmes Beach- RealtorsANNA
$850 each. .,.T......
't Parcel 285 ft. on Highway,
800 ft. deep-Make Offer.
1 I Commercial Lot 100 x 120 LEO MAHAR, BROKER
$11,000 MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

I Gulf FrorAot-ioned 1' 000 Motel Gulf Drive At 77th Street 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
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Two Lots on The Gulf- FRAN MAXON Associate 7782307Thursday
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Zoned Duplex $22,5eO Anna Maria Phone 778-1159




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P 12 THE ISLANDER March 22.-1962


LEGAL NOTICES MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

.. Holmes leach Anna Maria Island, Florida
; NOTICE UNDER Tw DfeoMutf, JMJV, to sea onc't name in pri -LoaD Bump

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,
pursuant to tb* provisions of Florida J

.' Statutes given that,Soction the undersigned 115.01. nolle desiring 10 hereby to LAY-Z.LIV.N APARTMENTS. EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*. ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.

engage in business und.r the fictitiousname and Mrs. Paul D. Corbin of Fauquoit Elmer Mattern of Wabash, Ind. Mrs.
of THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Suffen Mattern is Mrs. LaMoine Bakers Ii. ANVIN
net incorporated to be locatedat of Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
ter.HARBOR
Florida YOUR MONEY
Anna Maria CHANEL
Office Plaza
Post LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr.
with C. Bradley of Tampa .Mr. and
intends to register said name
REVLON
and Mrs. W. Wslchuck of Parma Ohio
,
of the Circuit Court of Manatee Mrs. Paul Guy of Grand Rapids, Mich.
the Clerk BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN
County Florida. ... Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. McKay 'Dr. John M. Krasa of Oak Park,
THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY of Foxboro, M.... Mr. and Mrs. 111. Julia C. Duncan and her mo- WHITMAN
Post Office Plaza I:. Anderson of Reading, Mass. ther Of Alexander City, Ala. H. COMPLETELINE
Anna Maria Florida Mr. and Mrs. William Schmid of Punches of Belding Mich. Mr. and
Ray Hardy, Sol. Own.r Mrs. Alexander Gray of Rochester,
.Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
Portsmouth.
3-15. 22 & 29| 4.562 aUI.
William Naeer of Two Rivers, Wis. N. Y. Mr. and.Mrs. A. Mcdintock 1e<<

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tyrrell of of Ellettaville, Ind. Rev. and Mrs.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Trenton N. J. .'. Mrs. Edith A. Hill Henry J.a.JCuiper' of Grand Rapids. I.
Mich. .- Leona ,lasmussen and Eva
The undersigned do of No. Easton, Mass.
that they are conducting hereby a restaurant certify NOMAD MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs. S. Borden of Coldwater, Mich. Bill IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
business at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria A. Woodhouse of Pleasant Hill. Ohio L. McDonald of Nashville, Ind. .
Florida und.r the fictitious name of ... Dr. and Mrs. Mathew Samson of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fulmer of Punta DRUG STORE Service
THE ISLAND COFFEE SHOPPE and Quebec Mr. and Mrs. Porter F. Verde Mr. and Mrs. Charles At-
that said firm is owned by the following kiss and family of Ft. Lauderdale .'. .
Brown of Sharpsvillc, Pa. Mr. and
persons,whose names and places of residence
Mr. and Mrs. of
are as fallows Herbert Stewart Mrs. Mark Hardaway of Murray, Ky. George Applegate' Open Sundays ':30'..... to 1:00 ,...
and Opal Stewart 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna . Mrs. A. Huisingo and Mrs. C. Grand Rapids, Mich. \,
Maria, Florida. Dellorn of Evergreen Park 111. .' PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr*.
Ownership of THE ISLAND COFFEE Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miller of Bay James A. Maloney of Portland,'Me. ., ttaaa 771-1411 Night 771-2075 J. D. WEBB, Marmaa'st
SHOPPE is as follows H.rb.rt St.wartand Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freudensteen 0[.
Opal Stewart. City Mich. Dr. and Mrs. J. Austinof .
It is our intention to apply to the Tawas City. Mich. Mrs. L. F.I Indianapolis.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Tinthoff and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cries. FLEETWOOD COTTAGE: Marie A.
Manatee County, Florida to register ser of Sterling, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Tabrah and Margaret Reed of. Hono, NEW NEW !
sold name of THE ISLAND COFFEE L. K. Bell of St. Joseph, Mich. lulu, HawaiL .
SHOPPE und.r the provisions of Chap- BAY VIEW'VILLA APARTMENTS MANN COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.
ter 20953.Lawsof Florida Acts of 1941.' :
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perini of Hollis- Harvey N. Dodds of Shore Acres; No.
HERBERT STEWART COTTON
DACRON &
OPAL STEWART ton, Mass. AIr and Mrs. L. Olson Hero Island Vt
9906 Gulf Drive Sr. Manitowoc, Wis. Mr. and PLAYA ENCANTADA Mr. and
Anna Maria Florida Mrs. John Veague of Evanston, 111. Mrs. R. P. Scholze' and family of Shorts and Blouses
3-1. 15, 22, 29, '62 Mr. and Mrs. R. Annis Sr. of Dublin, Ohio.
Belmont, Mich.FLAMINGO. CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Willard
COURT MOTEL Mr.' M. Cowman of Sioux Falls, S. D. .
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvanct and Mrs. G. H. Spaulding of: East MV. and Mrs. Arnold Poore. and familyof By Queen CasualsALSO
Crossville, Tenn.
.
Lansing Mich.S.
( ) Payment lUqulrtaJ) S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mrs. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.

1.00 Inch; 50c minimum Hans Huning and daughter of Barring- Raymond Schiebel of Colchester, Conn. .
ton, Ill..Dr. and Mrs... J.* Paul : Mr. .and Mrs. G. D. Fawley of
FOR SALE: 30-foot Cabin Cruiser. Dugal of Quebec. Elkhart Ind. on their honeymoon-. SHORTS SETS CAPRI PANTS
Good condition. Sleeps four. Widow PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bowling of Mobile,
wants to sell. $1200 cash or Mrs. Harold Washburn of Gansevoort, Ala. .,Mr. and Mrs."James NeIaoO BRAS PEDAL PUSHERS
best offer. Bradenton Beach Dock. N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Baker of Battle Creek, Mich.
Call 7782507. and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Baker of .CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:
Lansing Mich.PROTHERO. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ward Krevit of
FOR RENT:Four bedroom two bath APARTMENTS: Mrs. Clifton. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

cottage. Nicely famished and eq Dean Humphreys of Fairmont, Pa. Cohen of Philadelphia.

uipped. Very close to stores, Post Mr. and Mrs. A. Charpelloz of Montreal GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and
Office, restaurant and Gulf. Available . Mr.- and Mrs. W. Haire of Mrs. C. T. Foote of Cleveland Ohio

May 1st. Yearly or seasonal Toronto. '. Mr. and Mrs. E. G.-Lanning of
basis. Phone 7782141. BIMINI BAY RAY APART- Liverpool, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs D.
LOST at last Roser Guild luncheon MENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howse E. Smith and family of Columbus J ,
meeting, glass salad bowl with of, Hueytown, Ala. Mr.' and Mrs. Ohio .... Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Orrisef 4s c"R f'"'flSF) Women Phone
Van Ese of Grand Layaway '
George Rapids, and
Mich.-.Mr.
knobbed base. Sentimental value Ann Arbor,
only. Finder please call Lucy C. Mich.TRIPP'S'. Mrs. Neal Kitts and Mr. and Mrs., Plan 778-1161
COURT: Mr. and Mrs IRENE CASSADY OWNER
Mich. ,
Tony H. Mulder of McBtin .
Tilley 7781335. Box 971. A.M.
Arthur Tennell of
South Haven Mich.
,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Coromen of Sioux
OUTBOARD MOTOR CLEARANCE Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Francis of Falls S. D. Mr. and Mrs. W. E I I r-1-

SALE AT DOBBE'S ISLAND Chippewa Falls, Wis. Dr. and Mrs. Baker and Mr. and Mrs., N. B. Pahl SALECHILDREN'S
HARDWARE A MARINE SUPPLY Ernest Modick of New York City.HALEY'S of Swanton, Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
1956 New 5 HP Flambeau Book MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers of Lake Pleasant; N. Y.
Value $65.70 Sale Price, $39.95 Harold Sandberg of Oak Park Ill .'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGraW CLOTHING
1959-75 HP Shift Elgin, $109- i Mr. and Mrs. Howatt Mallinson of of Evansville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Long Island, N. Y. Dr and Mrs,
E. Moll of Monrovia Cat. Mr. and
,
$69.95; 1960-7K HP ,,Shift Scott,
E. A. ,Masters of Center Moriches,, and Mr. and f '
Mrs. Charles J. Murphy
$165.75-$99.951961.74 HP Shift
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brum, Croisant of Wilmette 111.
Mrs. E. H. ,
Scott (4 bra.), $203.50-29.95; baugh of Canton Ohio Mr. and' Mr. and Mrs. James B. Jacksonof .
1957.10 HP Shift Scott, 136.75 Mrs. Victor Case of Ozark Ala. .,. Winter Haven Mr.. and Mrs. COSTUME JEWELRY
$99.95; 1958-10 HP Shift Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Book of Oakville,, Joseph Geiger and family of 'Eden,
$205-$139.951960.25 HP All-El- Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greason: N. Y '
ectrlo Scott-Brand New, $550- of Kellers Church, Bucks County, Pa 'SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. RENTAL UIRARY

$295; 1956-33 HP Shift Scott, $194 Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Fauley ol f; and Mrs. George Fastis and,Mrs. Loma The Sand Dollar Girt Shop
.
50-S99.95; 1959-60 HP All-Elec- Ind.MERRIMAC Abrial of Plant City.
trio Scott, $562.75-$299.95. You ON THE GULF: Mr.', CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Shirley and John DujttchartrMOSIACS
Opportunity To Bay A Good Motor and Mrs. Irvin Radon of No. Royalton Helmut Richter and,Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Herrin of Winamac, Ind. Mr. and
At Price!
a SELDOM-EQUALLED Barnes of Philadelphia Mrs. C. Mrs. Alfred Bergerad of Alpena, Mich.

FOUND: On Pine Avenue, Woman's W. Ramsey of Bedford Ont. Mrs' Mr. and Mrs. N. JL Beck of
Bi-focal Claaaea. Call 7782618. J. Overing of Montreal Mrs. G,, Crowns ilIe, Ind. .SO EASY TO DO
Cuffe of London England. SAN SOUC1 COTTAGE: Mr. and
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded SWARTS' SUNSET APARTMENTS;:: Mrs. William Headley of Belmont,
high Iota in Holmes Beach. Closeto Mr. and Mrs. J. R... Hargis of Richmond .Mass. .
shoppUx center and walkwayto Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weg, PERRICONE COTTAGE: Mr. and
ley of New Lebanon,. Ohio Mr,.
Mrs. and Tom, and
Calf. Each lot 57H ft. front by' and Mrs. Herb Ray King son
Wegley of Farmersville, ,
Warmuth Jr. all of Minne
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor Ohio Murray ,
Everett Swarts of U. S. .
homes. Will sell separately. Naval Station Mayport Fla. apolis.SPRING COTTAGE Mrs. Robert
:
Phone owner at 7781619. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Power and daughters Cynthia, Molly
-- George Shapter of Erie, Pa. and Wendy of Minneapolis.IF WIDE SELECTION SUBJECTS- )

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN:

TENANCE: Hewta, edging, ..

Sing. Floor cleaned asdpolished IF WHAT YOU WANT IS SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT dG
Windows washed and oilei.
... Proaapt and effidcat teni* SOMETHING UNUSUAL SOMETHING AMUSING the this
Raastaable rates references far.
is the place! 0
aiitted. Ken Fellowt. Phone 778489
after 4:30. ISLAND VARIETY STORE TEL. 778.1021

J I1I 778-1020

FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sale ft Sera _
ice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. ISLAND TV
Frank Beard. 778.1431.
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GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703
WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh Dealer Come see our NEW. .EXCITING. .
in Manatee Over 300
household necessities County.used daily. Zenith COLOR Philco "Home furnishings with a flair. that love salt air"

Some Dealers making $3.50 an

hour and up. Write Rawleigh Dept. ISLAND FURNITURE CENTER
FAC-501-51 Memphis Tenn.

The Best
ALTERATIONS on aR kinds ef clod.:

iaf. DusonnVliift Drapea. Pbo.

-Mrs. Frank Beard. 778-143L InsuranceAlways OUTBOARD MOTOR
At/
FOR SALE: Canal Lot OB c ail..:
A..... Call 7782177.' Clearance SALE
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ISLANDER PHOTOS: A; a serdctoowieadeffs ;
5 by 7 _I.,..en b SEE OUR CLASSIFIED AD ON THIS PAGE

of picture appearing The Ii'
laadet any are available alt 1.28 eachFOR c iiee Costs Less Dobbe's Wand Hardware

.." & Marine Supply
SALE: 2 Large Holes DeadLots H..... leech 77HM7
with plenty of ..... Near er If It'. a..... Hardware or HoMsewarts or Gara'ta S.p,lto, we tare It-
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Shopping Center aad nosed for 778154 or will get it for you 77I-2J11

Duplexes. $2,560 each ten... AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boots, SeoH & Evlnrude

Call 778-1010, Walter S. Hardln
YOUR ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY Motors, Murray Trailer
Realty Co., Inc., Realtor.



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