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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 29, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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\ No. 542 ANNA MAMA FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 29, 1962 TEN CENTS I I i


/ A. M. PRAM FLEET SAILORS SPECIAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING I I
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WIN IN REGATTA 7a MEMBERS TO CONSIDER COUNTYWIDE; CHAMBER I

Competing with 11 other Sun- a A special meeting of the Island Chamber of Commerce will be held

r coast Pram Fleets in a pram regatta at the Island School cafeteria at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 29. The only -

sponsored by the Manatee business on the agenda will be a consideration of the proposed con- I

i Pram Fleet as part of the annual x. stitution and by-laws of the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce, :

I De Soto celebration, Dennie with a vote to be taken on whether or not the local chamber will become I

[f| Rennowand Judy Johnson of the rIMY a part of the new countywide chamber. i
A' Anna Maria Pram Fleet won first The charter the countywide chamber proposes that the organization ,

and third places in the girls'race will consist of four divisions, each of which is now a separate en-

and John Bear won second tity. They are the Island, Longboat Key, Greater Bradenton and Pal-

place in the boys' division. metto chambers of commerce.
Other local skippers who com- Objects of the new chamber are: To promote the Civic, Industrial,
Commercial, Agricultural, Economic, Cultural and general welfareof
peted were Jean Blackburn, Lee
the County of Manatee, and the State of Florida and the citizens and
Ann Hoffman, Eric Akins, Lucy
residents of the County and State.
Urumfield David Lambdin
Greg Management of the chamber will be by a board of directors made
Borden and Lance Lambdin.
up of representatives and a vice president from each division, with a
.., Fleets which took part in the representative for each 50 members or fraction thereof for each div-
. t[: regatta, in addition to Anna Ma-
ision. No one division will be allowed more directors than the combined
ria and the host Manatee club, total of the other divisions, and each division will nominate its own
were Lake Wales, Sarasota, RECENT HOBBY SHOW at Gulf Park proved to be -a popular event, as directors.
did earlier show Pines Trailer Park. Examples of kinds of
at
St. an many
Longboat Key, Petersburg Opinion among local chamber members about combining with the
handiwork were shown at both shows. (See other pictures of both showson
Optimist, Big Bayou, Tarpon Page 3)). larger organization seems sharply divided. Proponents of the affiliation
Springs, Indian Rocks, Tampaand point to many general benefits from the proposed merger.All .
Venice. chamber members are urged to attend Thursday's meeting.
Prizes given the local winners AMI SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR! ISLAND BANK ART EXHIBITThe

were watches to Dennie Rennow The Anna Maria Island School held first of a series of exhib- MRS. DOROTHY S. LEMON BIRD FILM AT ROSER

and John Bear, and binocularsto its annual Science Fair exhibit in itions of the work of area artists Mrs. Dorothy S. Lemon, 63, of A color film entitled Birdingthe

Judy Johnson. the library of the school recently. opened at the Island Bank on Detroit, died at Veterans Mem- Cabot Trail and Gaspe Pen-

Entries were divided into two clas- March 15, to be shown for abouta orial Hospital, Bradenton, Sat- insula, by Allen H. Morgan, the

HIGH 12 CLUB OFFICERSThe ses--Physical Science and Biologyand month. Sponsored by the Art urday, March 24. SJie had been executive vice president of the

Island the following awards were League of Manatee County, the here a week, visiting at the Massachusetts Audubon Society,
recently organized
Twelve luncheon club made: Fourth gradePhysicalScience present exhibit features paint home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert W. will be shown at the educational I

High at the Gulf Terrace met first prize, Christopher Stu- ings by Island artists only. Lemon of 529 Key Royale Drive, room at Roger Memorial Community -
Wednesday, second David Bli-
Eenberg; prize, Islanders whose paintings
are
Holmes Beach. Church at8:30 Thursday,
with 59 members and p.m.
guests chier and tied for third I
prize were in the show Ira Riffle Al-
are: Born in Detroit, she was a member March 29. No admission will be
-.. present. 'electedwere John Francis and Glenn Turvaville. fred Martin, Betty Bauman, Sally of the Woodward Avenue pres- charged,and everyone is invited.
Temporary'officers Honorable mention 'Joe'Daher,
: Lloyd, Wes Pritchard, Frank byterian Church the Native De- well known
E. D. Wetmore, chairman; Craig Morehead and Charles Wick- ; Mr. Morgan is a pho-
Skubnik, Sally Wagner, Freddie troiters Club Daughters of Nile and lecturer.
; tographer
Kendall ersham. The first in
Ralph treasurer; Ray prize Biologywas
Va r ley, Ginny Dunham, Edith
(Shrine Auxiliary)and the DetroitWoman's
I Hardy, secretary, and Elbert awarded to David Dean, second
Schaldenbrand,Sara Igo and Leo
Civic Club.
. Butts, assistant secretary. prize to Bonnie Myers and thirdprize MRS. PAULINE G. MUSE
nominating committee, which to Donna Lambdin. Honorable men- Ryswyk. Survivors include her husband,
Mrs. Pauline Gertrude
Muse
will present a slate of nomina- tion was given to Stuart Bradow, Willard M. Lemon; a daughter, ,

tions for permanent officers, includes Norma Jo Sterner and Mike Ellis. "-- ..>., ''< ''''- ,:,: > Mrs. Beverly Corey, and a sister 62, of Pines Trailer Park, Brad-
Hollie Ellis, chairman, First prize in the Biology division Mrs. Ray McKnight, all of enton Beach, died at Memorial

Kendall, Hardy, John Engel and for the fifth grade was won by Carol Detroit. Griffith-Cline Island Hospital, Bradenton, Friday,

Earl Cromer.It Levenson, second prize by Paul Bar- Chapel was in charge of local March 23.
and third Debra Born in Maiden, Mass., Mrs.
is planned I to apply for a ton prize by Fornay. arrangements, and funeral ser-
charter under the official Honorable mention was given to vices and burial were in Detroit. Muse moved to the Island a year
name
Melinda Lahrke, Elizabeth Turpenand ago from New York City. She
of the High Twelve Club of Anna -
Maria Island. Meetings will Jeffrey Boyd. In the PhysicalS CHARTER NIGHT FOR NEW was a member of St. Bernard
c i en c e Division first prize was Mission, and of Post 403, VFW
be held at the Gulf Terrace each EXCHANGE CLUBPresentatioD
awarded Eddie Steele, second to Auxiliary of New York City.
Wednesday. Susie Cobb and third prize to Mark of the charter of Survivors are her husband, Lee

Peirce, with honorable mention being the newly organized ExchangeClub A. Muse of Bradenton Beach; a

PROGRAM COYER CONTESTThe given to Michele Kelly. of Anna Maria Island will daughter, Mrs. Pauline Wiggins I

Island Players have an- Given Chase was awarded first take place at the Holmes Beach of Rochelle Park,N. Y., and one
in the division the Yacht Club at a dinner meeting
nounced that a contest, open to prize Biology at grandchild.
I all Island artists, is now under sixth grade level with Katherine !at,1 on Thursday evening, April 12. Griffith-Cline Island Chapelwas

way, with its goal to choose a Prattwinning second prize. Honor- Louis B. Mack is chairman of in charge of local arrange-

new cover plate to be used on able mention was given to Jean the arrangements for the event. ments, and funeral services and

the Players' program for the Blackburn, Kay Callahan and Sue Club President H 011 i e Ellis burial were in New York.
1962-63 Season Karkhoff. In the Physical Science announced this week that elec-

division Bobby Bodell was awarded tion of permanent officers and
Something new and original, HOLMES BEACH Marshal LeonF. WRAY LONGBOAT KEY MAYOR
first prize and second prize was City
members of the Board of Control
Island life is de-
representing Stafford taking oath of office from
sired.Entries are to be in monotone given to Brad Moore. Honorable Mayor Carl F. Scott. Both officialswere would take place at"the April 5 Douglas Wray, member-at-large

11 by 15 inches in size, mention wasmade to Dennie Crum, elected to sixth terms In their meeting. New officers will serve of the Longboat Key Town Com-

and are to be submitted to Mrs. JackHolmes, Chuck Fellows, Bob- respective offices on March 13. until the end of the year with mission, was chosen mayor at a
by Bruggner and Mike Gutchess. (Islander Photo) of the
commis-
Harold 180 of Pepper Tree Lane, the exception of three Board recent meeting
Anna Maria, by April 11. 1 members who will serve until sion. Wray was elected to his

June 30, 1963.It secondtwoyearterm on the com-

is expected the charter will mission at the town election on
ISLAND CAP SQUADRON IN t x March 15. As he succeeds
be presented by Exchange State mayor
WEEKEND EXERCISE President Robert Snead of Fort Howard Ridyard.
t.
Members of the Anna Maria Island Lauderdale. Sponsorship.awards Former Mayor Joseph Zwickwas
Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, -y f 4r will be made by District Governor named vice mayor at the

I recently joined with the Braden- ; Eugene Amaral of Sarasota. same meeting.

ton Cadet Squadron in a week- 4r .

end bivouac,and practice search y
and rescue operation, which was 4il) ANNA,MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

designed to demonstrate the use
of air-to-ground radio communication Temperatures Water Rainfall

procedure. 1 8am Noon 6pm High

Cadet leaders, trained in res-
I Mar. 20--60 74 70 78 68 None
cue operation methods, comman-
Mar. 21--66 74 72 78 70 None
ded the entire exercise. Seven Q
Mar. 22--70 76 72 78 71 .6
members of the Island
Squadron
i BIRTH OF A FLOWER SHOW. Plans being mode recently for the ninth Mar. ,23--58 66 66 72 71 .9
have earned CAP Certificates annual flower. show of the Anna Maria Garden Club, held at the Anna Mar. 24--62 74 70 88 71 .05
Proficiency in radio operationand Maria Community Hall this week. Left to right are Mrs. G. Reynolds Mar. 25--70 68 68 76 68 ..95Mar.2666
also hold licenses from the Jones, club president; Mrs. George Maywood Mrs. Clifford Fletcher and 70 68 77 69 .1
"(Continued on Page 3)) Mrs. Murrel Miller, chairman of the show. (Islander Photo)



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The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA !
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TELEPHONE 778-2021 se -. .

By THE EDITOR
t Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL @ While most of the area papers
gave detailed coverage to the
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida De Soto landing at Shaw's Point

last week, The Islander was the b
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in
advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. only news medium to cover the j
Advertising rate $1.00 per column inch. Discount of 10% for embarkation of Hernando and his
six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. crewe from the Anna Maria City
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Pier.Although not as historically -

significant as the re-enact-
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY
ment of the landing, it did have

An Independent weekly published every Thursday by its own aura of drama about it- A
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida particularly in the distasteful l ,

expressions on the faces of the t
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879.
Conquistadores as they looked
at the "ship" bucking and pitch- '1

ing in the rough seas. In keep-
Safe Boating PracticesWith ing with history, these men who t1 t1't
accompanied De Soto obviouslywere
all theater in the area. it is no surprise to anyone that soldiersand not sailors! 't

boating is becoming; increasingly popular month by month and year *

by year. Rut as the sport becomes more popular so have boat inc For those readers who are su

accidents become more frequent with quite an impassive set of perstitious-watch out for IT in

statistics gradually being developed. April--Friday! ccc the 13th. BEFORE AND AFTER pictures of the signs at the end of the Island exit B B
from the Cortez Bridge. New city administration promised removal of the ;
With the number of boating accidents increasing more rapidly It happened at the final sessionof unsightly cluster of signs, and Is living up to promise with only one resitaurontmotel ((1 t
than the number of boats, it begins to be apparent that the "special the MJC course in Healthful sign to go. (Islander Photos)
Providence" traditionally protecting drunks, fools and sailors, has Living for Senior Citizens--dur- '
been called upon to work overtime to protect some of the "sailors" ing the question and answer per- f

; S from the results of their own folly. If not apparent it become "a iod, the panel of doctors were fI I
matter of conjecture whether or not some of thc**? same "s ilor* asked "Why do have bad dreams fif
belong in than of the three classifications.
more one
when I have a perfectly clear
if iff ifi
The greater number of those accidents might have been prevented conscience?
if the persons involved in them had only taken the neces The questioner is still waitingfor i
sary time and trouble to learn the fundamentals of safe boat an answer as he looks for a t
handling. Many individuals who would be aghast at the thoughtof conscience specialist.
driving a motor vehicle or flying a plane without previous instruction cWOKING .r ,, "
do not hesitate to acquire a motorboat, gather a group
of friends or family and take off into the Bay or Gulf. acting on FOR ..
r the premise that "any joker" can operate a boat. Y

r The Island Power Squadron offers free courses in Seamanship AN _or

Navigation and Small Boat Handling as well as more advanced
courses, so that there is little excuse for anyone claiming a lack ISLAND ? f
J of opportunity to learn. Additional knowledge can be gained by
f observation and experience the same as in any field of endeavor.The .
neophyte should miss no opportunity to learn from those who PRE-PARADE SHRINER and fair passenger snapp.d while sight-seeing 11
have had greater experience. Most boatmen are pleased fo pass on the Island Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Grelsen on scooter ridden by

t t along the knowledge gained over the years so ask questions! _J J ........., Hugo as part of- Shrine scooter drill team. (Islander Photo) 1.
handle the boat is small of -=---- I I IP
to only
Merely learning a part
1 the battle. One also must learn the complex "rules of the road," TRY ANNA MARIANDrapery L U M BIN I G III REASONER & ANSONFLORIST

I the rules and laws pertaining to navigation, all practiced for the The Best
"afetof the boatman himself. ",,.. delivery to tb. Is/anti"
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In addition, a number of safety items are required or recommended .., Venetian Blinds, ?
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lighting; horn or whistle; fire. extinguisher or extinguishers; first Porch Roll Ups, Folding
:i aid kit; tool kit; anchor; line; compass: fenders: bilge pump: Installation.Gene Doors..Sales. Service &

1 paddle; flashlight; extra gasoline. Ballew, Sarasota 955-1309 FOODLINERQUALITY

Then too, the boatman who wants to stay on the side of safety
will learn the safe capacity of his craft, and never try to overload, AND VARIETYHIGH
but rather try to maintain a more than sufficient safety factor. It BOB'S BARBER SHOP GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS
never makes sense to try to carry eight} or ten persons in a boat CLOSED DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS
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If the small craft warnings are up today, why not wait until STARTING APRIL -
tomorrow to take that boat out? The water will still be there, and
the weather probably will be better. With Every Purchase We Now Give

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Thursday. March 29 1962 THE ISLANDER Pace..- 3
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'. Federal Communications Commission. s '
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., The bivouac was planned, to
, j.
simulate actual conditions as

I they probably would exist under
emergency circumstances. Tents
and headquarters were set up at
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. t the Lampkin Airport in Palma Est II I

i J Sola for the weekend encamp-
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Saturday's program included rr
f drill, radio communication prac- S

tice, class work and survival

training. During this period, -
1s' I
H. commanderof -
Capt. J. Templin, :1
PHONE BOOTH BANDITS
the local squadron, flew cad- operatingon
the Island last week JImmied| the
ets on familiarization and orien- coin phone at Jim Tempiin's Gulf
tation flights in the squadron's Park. Bradenton Beach Police Chief
plane.On Snooks Adams is Investigating the
break and theft of what Is believedto
Sunday, after the chaplainof
.
be a substantial sum in coins.Holding
the Bradenton Squadron con- door for photographer Is park
ducted services, a); searchandrescue proprietor Templin. (Islander Photo)
problem was presentedthe
cadets. A "downed aircraft"was specters were: Templin, McDon- i
reported to be in the area. ald and Lt. Glenn Safford of the

Under the direction of the cad- Island Squadron, and Lt. Ray 1Lil
ets, an air search was initiated. Hartman, commander of the Bra-
Flying was done by Lt. George denton Squadron, and Sgt. Jim
McDonald but directed ---
only as George.
by one of the cadet observerradio In commenting on the exercise, HOBBY SHOWS at Pines and Gulf Parks. Upper pictures Park. All above pictures were developed from color
f operators. The aircraft and Templin said that in case of an show some of the work displayed at the Pines negatives taken by Mrs. Ernie Hlxsonrof Ernie's I
its "survivors" were represented emergency on the Island, the Trailer Park, and lower pictures were taken at Gulf Camera Shop, and Mrs. Jim Templin.

by parachutes on the ground training and abilities of the cad- .
t which had been hidden by CAP ets of the local squadron would
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2-DAY SERVICE ONEKTACHROME
For Reservations or Information Call 7781511Or
Sunland Turf & Garden
Write: Box 366

Anna Maria, FloridaPROGRESS
KODACHROMEPROCESSING and Garden Supplies, Nursery Stock
tj
and Landscaping

PHONE 778-2711 I
DIRECT SERVICE BY

i EASTMAN KODAK We Are OPEN !t

No community can continue and
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grow prosper
PICKED UP DAILY AT 1 p.m.

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


supply of fresh, pure water. That is our responsibilityon
{ FREEEXTRA / HOME COOKING :
I Anna Maria Island to make certain that our I


SET OF customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have an At7OOAM

COLOR PRINTS WITH unending source of water at the lowest possible cost. Island Coffee ShoppeCoquina

EACH ROLL OF
Manatee County Water
j COLOR FILM DEVELOPED I

Company BuildingGulf
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ERNIE'SCAMERA Business Office: Drive Anna Maria
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ,
Telephone 778-2022
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Island,Bowling League Island Bank....................48 NEW ISLAND RESIDENT A UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
Bayou Marina! ............,...'...46 MRS. NORMA M. NOLTE WORLD CHAMPION TYPISTA Resources Against Discouragement -

Pete Reynard's Rest.... ..44.5 Mrs. Norma M. Nolte, 69, 2713 new Island resident, NormanP. will be the subject of the

. ,t TOP TEN GAMES Avenue C, Holmes Beach, diedat Saksvig, is a former world's sermon of meetingof the Manatee -
: k J Memorial
Bob Guild......................234 Hospital, Bradenton, champion professional typist. He Unitarian-Universalist Fel-
Monday, March 26. She bom
George Thibodeau............ 223 was now lives with his mother, Mrs. lowship at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
in Cincinnati and moved the
Hank Niesiobedski........... 214 to Clara Saksvig of 511 Bay Boul- April 1. The sermon was written
Bob Guild...................:..213 Island from that city three years evard, Anna Maria. by Dr. Herbert Kitchen of the
Ed Wiese........................210 ago. She was a member of St. Winning the typing champion- Unitarian Church of Northampton
Dick Connick.................. 206 Bernard Mission Church; and of ship in 1938, '39 and '40, meant Mass. A round table discussion (
1 Tom Edwards.................. 205 St. Jude Circle of that church. typing approximately 140 words will follow.
First place Tropical Vista ad- John Holmes................... 202 She was past president of Post per minute for an hour from un-
ded four points to its standingin Bob Guild........................201 123, American Legion Auxiliary, familiar copy,with several words He also wrote the script fora
the Island Bowling League Andy Rasmussen..200TOP of Cincinnati, and a member of subtracted from the total numberfor half-hour color sound film, entitled -
; Friday evening by sweeping its Post 24, American Legion Aux- each error.Saksvig Better Typing at Your Fin-
match with second place Schu- TEN SERIES iliary, of Bradenton. was formerly directorof gertips, and in addition, was the
chard Plumbing. High individualscores Bob Guild......................647 Survivors are her husband, Her- the educational division of star performer in the film. It has
were: Bob Guild, 234-647; Ray Haverkos...................538 man H. Nolte; two brothers, A. Smith-Corona Typewriters, and enjoyedan average of 600 show-
Frank Moc,187-498. George Thibodeau............ 538 W. "Ted" Juergens of Holmes is the author of that company's ings per month during the past
I Other team and high individuals Bob Reinel....................535 Beach and Clifford Juergens of ten-day touch typing course. The several years to large business
cor e s were as follows: Anna Frank Davidson................ 532 Cincinnati. course was developed to teach organizations and schools throu-
Maria' Electric 4, Dick Wagner Roy Ferguson...................531 Funeral services took place at typewriting in ten one-hour les- ghout the country.Commissioned .
Realty 0. (Jack Ehrenzeller, 195, John Holmes.................... 526 St. Bernard Church, Wednesday, sons. an ensign in
Roy Ferguson, 531; George Thi- Andy Rasmussen..526Tom with the Rev. Francis Welsmiller the Navy early in World War II, '
+ bodeau, 223-538)). Edwards _................524 officiating. Burial 1 to be in for two years he was officer-in
The Islander 3, Stanley Insur- Jack Ehrenzeller..523FOUR Cincinnati. Pallbearers were Ted charge of Group II Service Schoolat

ance 1. (Harry Callahan, 199- LOW GAMES Juergens, Bill Juergens, Fred the Naval Training Center at

522; Clyde Blue, 175, Lloyd Mel Akins.........................81 Dries and Fred,Leigh Wright,Walter Chick Great Lakes, Ill.
Hanson, 473)). Mickey Banyas...................94 Waugh. The school trained thousandsof
Bayou Marina 3, Island Marine Al Nelson........................105 F Navy yeomen, radiomen and
Supply 1. (Hank Niesiobedski, Dick Wagner...................106 Jim Wuichet....................638 storekeepers, ratings which require -
214, Ed II a ve rko s, 485; John typing training. Later he
Rasmussen..629Tom
SEASON'S TOP TEN GAMES Andy
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Holmes, 202-526, Andy Rasmus- served aboard a destroyer escort
Bob Guild......................275 Edwards..629Clyde
sen, 526). and on the communications staff I
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Harman 607
;: Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3, Jim Wuichet....................267 of Pacific Fleet Headquarters :
1. (Wally" -Lloyd Hanson..................264 Aaron VanOstenbridge..599Bob
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments at Pearl Harbor. I
Guild......................598
I Warner, 196-507; Ed Wiese, Clyde Harman...................256 Saksvig is now employed at
Thibodeau............ 596
Frank Moc......................248 George
210, Frank Davidson, 532)) NORMAN SAKSVIG the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. I
Bob Guild......................594 j
VanOstenbridge Builders 3, Island Hank Niesiobedski........... 234
Bank 1. (Ray Haverkos, Kayo Keding..................234 SCHEDULE-\larch 30 DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
187-538; Bob Reinel, 189-535)). Bob Guild......................234 Bayou Marina-Dick Wagner The FOR
George Thibodeau..234Bob Gulf Pork
LEAGUE STANDINGS SchuchardLayZLivNVanOstenbridgePete All-Modern MOBILE
HOMES
Guild......................234
Tropical Vista..82.5 Reynard'sIsland Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
Schuchard Plumbing..75 SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES Bank-Tropical Vista .
Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
F VanOstenbridge Builders..69 Bob Guild......................705 Stanley Ins.-Island Marine ...
Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments..66 .Bob Guild......................647 The Islander-Anna Maria Elec. ":' -- p""" '" f
I The Islander..................61 J JI"
Anna Maria Electric..61 Elgin Water Softeners and Filters $O'1ltllllll.dir'

t Island Marine Supply..58 ,,1'

Stanley Insurance.............55 BONDED & I INSURED \ APARTMENT' \
Dick Wagner Realty..........54 :, .; : ,
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ROY PHILLIPS '''':l!I';;'' ; lt \ \ \
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sl l l 1V Stttet and Helmet Boulevard, Holmes Beach Tel. 771.1416 For Reservations ; .:
1 r: sP 1-2..'BVDROCttFFICIINCIMS :.
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') PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES TWO LOCATIONS FOR BETTER PLUMBINGCALL i

TELEVISION 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL J
4 AIR-CONDITIONERS- Bradenton 7511 N. Tamara Trail, Sarasota 778-2012 ,

Expert and Prompt Service Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 745-9811
725 14th St., Bradenton. 744-0351 ,. R. C SchuchardBONDEDMASTER !

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
PLUMBER'S LICENSE f
Licensed Electrical Contractors Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. 1 4i
Snapper anA Pine Streets

I Electric L (ROY Wiring) FERGUSON- Fixtures REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Plumbing Fixtures, ,

t. Day 778-2143 Phones Nite 778-2059 Established 1908A
Supplies, Pumps, Repairs
,
FOR OFFICE FURNITUREAND Phone Call Will Bring a Representative
SUPPLIES
The Bradenton 422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD-.HOLMES BEACH


530 Office- 13th St.Equipment BRADENTON Co. BRADENTON SERVING ANNA MARIA ISLAND



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Beach Bendix Special Dishes

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Laundry & Cleaners
Dry PETE REYNARD'S YACHT CLUB

205 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach
RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE

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I-f. 1 CHURCHES REAL ESTATE SALESMr. STAR CLUB MEETING

w HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH and Mrs. Rex Hagan of Li- There will be a meeting of the

,r .. (Non-Denominational) gonier, Ind. recently purchased Anna Maria Island Star Club at
::- -,' ..- limileiilim. Beach from Mrs. Eleanor Robinson, Lot the Annie Silver Community Hallat
t n... A. W. kMM-:
"4-MIAY: 10, Block D, Gulfview Subdivision 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 3.

: "JU ".111.. Sunday S.'hooJ. Anna Maria. Entertainment will be provided .
F. IU"U ,a.m. Worfhip :'"rvin". Hugh Hayes,Inc. of Tampa has by the Paradise Bay Trailer

I) ST. BERNARD MISSION L purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Hal Park Kitchen Band.

I'rirsi: .IKIK: '''1-: .-. wst.s: \n.t.su '. u1__rpa -___ !'L Bloodworth, 120 feet of Gulf-
S.''h.I"I ..r )1:1....,. front land in Wells Terrace Sub- JOIN THE ISLAND CHAMBEROF
M I MIA1S: HUt and JlJ:1J1l a.m. -
division, Anna Maria. COMMERCE-THE t SMALL
WEEKDAYS: : 8:00 a.m. _
IIULY DAYS; 8:00 un. and 6:00 I.nl. The first property is locatedon MEMBERSHIP FEE WILL BE A
llo-urv: and n.'n..lirliun. njL t Pepper Tree Lane, and the GOOD INVESTMENT! I
\YKIM.MnS: : : 1.01 r second on the north point. Both I

transactions were negotiated by
ISLAND IAFTIST CHAPEL Fran Max on and Bob Cable of BEST BET
Hrv. l.t.!: RATUFK, fatter the Island office of the WalterS.

THURSDAY: .. Hardin Realty Co., Realtors.
.A.
3:00 p.m. Junior C. A. SeaFishing
Deep
SUNDAY: t

\ 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Home at 2813 Avenue E, Holmes Beach, purchased recently by Capt. N.
GUILD OFFICERS
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. B. Wilkes of Bradenton Beach from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beall of Bradenton ELECTEDAt
6:30 p.m. Youth Choir. Beach. Transaction was negotiated by Jack Marshall, Realtor. (Islander a recent meeting, officers
7:30 Worship Service. I
MONDAY p.m.: Photo) of the Guild of Roser Memorial

6:30 p.m. R.A. -4 ..FJ Church were elected. Mrs. Ray LEAVING DAILY 7:00AM .j I
7:30 p.m. Steering Committee. : Green was made president; Mrs.J. WIT H
TUESDAY: l'l'd"], ; .....-.r'i:: : .
Hartley Blackburn, first vice
4:00 p.m. Intermediate G.A. < Capt. Soupy Davis
WEDNESDAY: ', president; Mrs. Ida Eaton, sec-
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting and ." :.: ond vice president; Mrs. Charles FROM

Church Business Meeting. I } Barnes, secretary, and Mrs. D. TURNERS SEA FOOD DOCK
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. .
Henry Clay, treasurer.A
I
CORTEZ
rising vote of thanks was FLORIDA
ROSEK MEMORIAL CHURCH 1 given Mrs. Ivan Ihm for her out- EVERYTHING FURNISHED
(Noa-Denominutioaal)
standing service as president.
Rev. Richard K. Pastor
Wiggins FOR
L RESERVATIONSCALL
If. Reports by committee chairmen 778-1228
THURSDAY: showed an increase in member-
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir. ship and in services rendered.
8:30 p.m. Color Movies by
Allen H. Morgan. Public invited. The missions programs,both do-
SUNDAY: mestic and foreign, were reported -

9:00 a.m. Worship Service. tee = as very successful. I
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. .
J 11:15 a.m. Worship Service. I
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper.
I 6:30 p.m. Senior and Intermediate "[ =""'rJ' ", -- ..:a;;_." ." "-.J Decorative Plywood Filigree Panel;
Youth Fellowships.
6:30 Adult Program.
Twenty p.m.selected members of the HUGE SEA TURTLE caught by Jimmy Gerling) and Fred Small of Onecoat
60 member girls' chorus of Walker the Anna Maria City Pier Monday. Although the boys hooked the turtle SIZE OF PANEL (All Styles)
Junior High School will sing two on eight-pound test line, it took the combined efforts of several people WIDTH HEIGHT
sacred anthems during the 11:15 to land him. His weight was estimated to be close to 300 pounds.
(Islander Photo) l6InchesX 24 Inches
Worship Service. There will be a 16 "
X 48
14)) Fellowship Hour after each Worship 16 X 72 "
Service. 24 X 36 "
I 1 TUESDAY: PHELPS NURSERY 24" X 48"
7:00 p.m. Couple's Club. 24" X
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WEDNESDAY: --- Ii- 72"J
+
t 9:00 a.m. Prayer Group. FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS (Made of Selected Scandinavian
!/ 9:30 a.m. Lenten Service. Style #104 Birch Plywood in choice of Style #106HOLIDAY
7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7 HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY Vfc or V4 inch thickness.)
7:30 p.m. Church Council Meeting.. MARDI GRAS

LANDSCAPINGPINE HOLMES SUPPLIES

I $ GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH AVENUE
PHONE 778-1501
Minister: Rxv. FRANK LYUU.Y
(l SUNDAY: NORTH END ANNA MARIA Building Material

8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service.
9:45 a.m. Church School.
Free i
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class, HAVE YOU TRIED M/ DeliveryPHONES
508 74th St.

TUESDAY 7:00 p.m.: Choir Practice. Deep Sea Fishing "X : 778-1131 778-1704

8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508
74th'Street. ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch'Counter Aboard WhatEXECUTORTRUSTEE
f (Episcopal)
I i Rev. GOULD K. Lowe: Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
I THURSDAY:
7:00 & 9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.

FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT: CARS BOATS AIRCRAFT can meet this

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and TRIPLE TEST?
Church School.:

11:00 a.m. Morning Prayers(/ %4 Sei r- In addition to known integrity and financial
vice. _j/
7:00 p.m. Episcopal u n g "' JA- responsibility, an Executor-Trustee should
Churchmen. logically have these qualifications:
WEDNESDAY:
i 7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon. 0 Experience in estate settlement

Complete matters; ,
CHARTER & RENTAL
SERVICE Knowledge of making and managing

DOTTIE'S BEAUTY SALON investments soundly; ,
WEEK
BEAUTY SERVICES DAY MONTH Assurance of being on hand as longas

i OffM tVtMIMOS BY APP tWfMIMT ANYPLACEANYTIME needed-"continuing life."

Cor. Crescent and Pine Ph. 778-2311 All Completely Licensed You may know an individual who has the first

ANNA MARIA CITY Personnel & Equipment qualification, or the second- or even both;

: ._: but no individual can have all three.
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WE RENT AN INSTITUTION CAN-AND OURS D!2!!..
CHARTERS ,WHY NOT TALK OVER YOUR ESTATE PLANS WITH US?
INCORPORATID
FOLDING IEOS IAIY CRIIS YOUR LAWYER IS ALWAYS WELCOME.
....
PLAY PENS DIAPERS j; For Information Call

SUNBATHING COTS
UHoArts.erDlal..r .
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_HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS 7781676 778-1270 or 778-2327 MAN] tfJ NATIONAL BANK

LINENS BLANKETS .... .. { "\, ....
505 Fifty Sixth Street ... ,, [" ,, '.' f ... !
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE
ANNA MARIA ISLAND
MEMBER: Federal Xesenre System federal Deposit /ojsireace Corpo/siloa
Bradenton Beach 778-1472 ;. : ,'!. ;: South End of Airstrip

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THE ISLANUKK. Thursday March 29. 1962
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the head shots appearing in this I
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CUE LINES. column and pictures on
w5 i t posters and area group publicity, Mr. JACK'S BARGAINS: 1I

Brechlin has met scores of dead-
by Helen Bradley lines with radio
along as many ANNA MARIA: DUPLEX APARTMENTS, MODERN, WELL-
broadcasts, selling the Players,
FURNISHED, WITH A FULL EXTRA LOT. GOOD INCOME
, Despite almost insurmountable and in the Canal Zone. and almost doubling the sale of
PRODUCER. NOW REDUCED TO ONLY
$13,0001!
casting problems, the pluckycast Hermann Brandt will once more tickets since he handled publicity. *
of players for Not in The prove his stage versatility as .He came to Holmes Beach in '
BAY FRONT LOT IN ANNA MARIA. NICE SAND BEACH FOR
Book continues with rehearsalsat Pedro Juarez, the cunning black- 1960 with his wife Caroline, who
SWIMMING. MAGNIFICENT VIEW. CUT TO JUST $4,000.
the community hall. Illness of mailer in the story. His polished is a retired school teacher. He *
leading man Bob Hanscom, plus Latin American accent and smo- spent 38 years as an engineerwith
the lack of a capable actor to oth handling of the language car- the New York Telephone DUPLEX APARTMENTS ON HIGHWAY, EXCELLENT CONDI-

play the part of Inspector Malcolm ry through the explosive and dra- Company, living in Queens Vil- TION, FULLY FURNISHED. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERINGFOR

and necessary absencesof matic role. Mr. Brandt was last lage, Long Island. He coordinated *ONLY* $9,500.*
others, has resulted in a ser- seen on the local stage in the the start of direct inward
ies of pinch-hitting new readers, title role of The Show Off the dialing in New York City, and HOME VALUE EXTRAORDINARY: THIS NEW TWO BED-

unavailable for the present show, first production this season. He helped to establish direct dist- ROOM HOME ON LARGE TREE-STUDDED LOT OFFERS
but valuable additions the list ance dialing there. During World t
to since has appeared as Cardinal
BEAUTY, STYLE AND LUXURY, INCLUDING FULL ,
of potential future actors. At col- Marotta in The Devil's Advocate War I he served as a chief petty
umn deadline time, with only a with the Players of Sarasota. His officer in the original ship-plane INSULATION, CENTRAL HEAT, TERRAZZO FLOORS,

few rehearsals remaining, the list of acting credits includes division of the U. S. Navy. TWO LOVELY TILE BATHS, THE LATEST IN FINE

Players are still searching for roles for many years and a full KITCHEN CABINETS, ENCLOSED GARAGE, UTILITY :

someone who is a quick study, summerof stock in 1960 with the BACK STAGE BRIEFS: The artistic j
ROOM, SLIDING GLASS DOORS TO SCREENED PATIO-
and who can jump into the vacant famous Provincetown Players on and imaginative posters in
spot, plus an understudy for the Cape Cod. Mr. Brandt and his local post offices and the com- PORCH, PLUSNUMEROUSOTHERMODERN FEATURES. {

leading man, should his illnessbe wife Helen,stagemanager for Not munity hall were done by Elean- ONLY $15,850 ON TERMS ARRANGED FOR YOUR ;

a protracted one. Opening dateis in The Book, moved to Bradenton orSchroeder of Holmes Beach.. CONVENIENCE.SHOWN :
still scheduled for April 11. two years ago from Endicott, Col. A. F. S. Mackenzie has
.. BY APPOINTMENT 1
1t
i H r I spent long hours constructing I t
the handsome and substantial !
bookcase and cabinet walls, win- JACK MARSHALL RealtorM i

dow frame and cornice for the & .M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 771.2614''
set of Not in The Book. In this

mass-production age it is refresh- i

,k ing,to watch him work. Here ts, !

; 1 HARRY M. RIFE i

I CHANDLER BRANDT BRECHLIN LICENSED Bonus House No 6 !

Edward Chandler of Anna Mar- N. Y., where he was an auditorfor PAINTING CONTRACTOR
IBM. Since living in the area ,
ia will be seen as Col. Barstow,
the befuddled, hard of hearing he has appeared in several plays BONDED AND INSURED .. ,.. 4 i
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Britisher, providing high comedy forthe Players, starring in Morn- Phone 778-1341 \
relief in the otherwise dramatic ing's At Seven last season. tt tI

show. Mr. Chandler, a lieutenant Finishing his first successful ciieREALTOR-
colonel in his own right, (U. S. season as publicity chairmanand

ArmySecurity Agency), moved to member of the board of dir- {r
the Island last June after two ectors of the Island Players is ,t

years' residence in Washington, Frank Brechlin of Holmes Beach.In I0ne778I500PfNEWE COMPLETELY FINISHED, ON KEY ROYALE 67TH
which he spent at Walter Reed addition, he is a fine photo-
STREET, AND HAS A CLOSED GARAGE WITH SEPARATE -
Hospital. The hospitalization grapher, and is responsible for 408 ANNA MAMA I
16 20 ROOM 9 X 9H
was necessary because of an injury UTILITY ROOM. X LIVING ,

suffered while parachutingin DINING ROOM, LARGE KITCHEN WITH FORMICA TOP I

the Army. Edward and Emma- SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS COUNTERS, 13 X 28 FLORIDA ROOM WITH SLIDING ;
Clee Chandler have a son who
2 LARGE BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHS.
GLASS WALLS, ;
is aide-de-camp to the Anny'scommanding GENERAL MASONRY
general in Korea. 1587 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA ON A 100 X 105

Col Chandler has taught compet- FOOT WATERFRONT, SEAWALLED LOT,ALL SODDED !
itive high-power rifle shooting, Complete InstallationsWILLIAM
AND LANDSCAPED. BE SURE TO SEE IT. IT'S WELL
and at present teaches seaman-
ship for the Anna Maria Island WORTH THE EFFORT. ALL FOR ONLY $20,2001 'I(

Power Squadron,having previously R. KERMODE t t
taught the same subject for ANNA MARIA 778-2557 PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778.2845
Power Squadrons in Annapolis 502 Drive 778-1917 t
'BILL LEE, Key Royale i

P JACK MARSHALL Realtor, Anna Maria, 778-2614
BUILDER OF HOMES
Houses suitable for Islond climate I
and conditions. Remodeling: Repairs AnnouncingFree
..ti. : :
: Additions. Trustworthy
mates given.NORMAN : VISITSEASIDE 1
ROSEDALE, Anna Maria !-. 1I 1
Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591 > ANOTHER SERVICETO I


Headquartersfor GARDENS \
OUR MANY CUSTOMERS


U.S. Kods & We Do Not CHARGE Our
Latest DevelopmentUNIT
IT .5. edettes''

ANY EXCHANGE OR SERVICE CHARGE

2 SOLD

FOR COLLECTING ITEMS EITHER DEPOSITEDOR


2 Sold r
CASHED--IF YOU HAVE A Apartments .ti'


in Unit 3 "
COMMERCIAL OR SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US i'

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;1 Apartment Sold.

THE ISLAND BANK


... in Unit 4
Established April 25, 1961

PLANS NOW BEING PREPARED FOR UNIT FIVE.
On Anna Maria Island


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FOR SALE HOLMES BEACH DUPLEX Shop the Island first!

BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH

DICK UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE; MODERN ISLAND REALTYHOLMES

KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
TT TILE BATH.BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-IN CLOSET.
T HERE IT IS!
ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED-AND RENTEDI!

4 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-Terms Arranged. BEST WATERFRONT BUY ON THE ISLAND! 150 FEET

i*. ON MAIN HIGHWAY, 150 FEET ON BAY AND MORE ,

NEW HOME IN HOLMES BEACH, THAN 400 FEET DEEP. IDEAL FOR HOME AND INCOME -

USE. NEAR BEACH AND SHOPPING.
ii MIII i miatiwmirnr-B** in hiMnr cn pB TWO BEDROOMS; TWO BATHS; FLORIDA ROOM; CENTRAL $20,000.

778-2663 HEAT; TERRAZZO FLOORS; CARPORT AND P. O. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778.2444 I

UTILITY ROOM. CAN BE PURCHASED FOR $2,000

LESS THAN ACTUAL COST! v 1CONSIDER THESE BUILDING SITES:

Look For These Signs JOHN B. PROTHEROReal .& TWO LOTS 52 X 145 ON SPRING AVENUE, $1,800 each. J'
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Estate Sales & Rentals
THE PRICE IS RIC..t 116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH "\ LOTON AVENUE-COMMERCIAL ZONING-RIGHT
This type of propert ix in ,
great demand 2-redroom: -""", FOR HOME, SUPLEX OR BUSINESS, $2,500

Beachfront Hon with anAILElectric THINK I *
f Built-in Kit \,. 80 X 141 LOT, ONE BLOCK FROM GULF, ON STREET
chen Dining: and Living .-
Rooms overlooking GULF HOW LONG HAS YOUR PROPERTY BEEN FOR '.. OF ATTRACTIVE HOMES, $2,500. TERMS

", through large sections of SALE? ONE YEAR? TWO YEARS? THREE YEARS? *

\. Air awning Conditioner.windows.Garage 2-Ton IF SO, THERE MUST BE A REASON! ,\, \l: CANAL FRONT LOT 75 X 125, SEAWALL, ONE

and Porch. This home Is CALL 778.1331, WE MAY HAVE THE ANSWER! ttH: BLOCK FROM GULF, $3,500. TERMS.
ready to move into. Furnished i *
with expensive rat LOT ON GULF--107 FEET-ZONED FOR MOTELS.
tan Furniture. All Goes.
DON IRWIN REALTY $21,500-TERMS
REDUCED TO $20,000.
-TERMS-. 2820 Gulf Drive HOLMES BEACH Phone 778-1331 2 Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

SMALL, COMFORTABLE, Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
FLORIDA HOMEAt $14,950 BUYS ALL THIS SISLER J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778.2156
208 67th Street, Holmes Anna Maria, Florida
Beach.has two bedrooms, BEAUTIFUL SODDED AND LANDSCAPED LOT!
baths,built-in kitchen,
two
EIGHT NATIVE PALM TREES!
Large air-conditioned Living
I Room and Dining Area PAVED STREET! $100 Down
opening onto a screened '
porch. Full garage. Landscaped i( ; LARGE SCREENED PORCH! -/:-

Lot.Only one block
J S toth.b.achPrice$14,500. -, -,. ENCLOSED" GARAGE! .. ... .
-- -- -
I fr unfurnished. About $5,000 ONLY TWO BLOCKS TO THE BEACH! Canal Front Lots

down,balance$100 monthly RUN-DON'T WALKTO I
I with no closing costalI I
I/ 66TH STREET, AND SEE THIS
I INLUANA
GARDENER'S PARADISE
i 209 65th Str..t, Holmes BUY OF THE WEEK I
Beach. This attractive two
r bedroom home Is well built WM. B. LEE CO. ISLES
and has central gas heating,
.. extra large garage, terrazzo 502 KEY ROYALE DRIVE PHONE 778-1917
' floors, attic fans. Lot 118 $25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
J x 105, with lots of shrubs
and fruit trees. Priced at
J $16,500, partly. *furnished. LUXURYAT * *

THREE BEDROOM HOMEr Holmes Beach
on 79th Street, Holmes
Beach, which has Canal A BARGAINBEAUTIFUL
I Rights. Large living room
and Porch.Carport and utility 3 Bedroom Bath Home
room. ONLY $15,000-
" $2,500 down,assume FHA
NEW CANALFRONT THREE BEDROOM C B Home
mortgage at $96 a month. ,

t' i NS TWO BATH HOME. LARGE WOOD PANELED LIVING
BEST BUYBRADENTON d UNFURNISHED, WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE
t ACH ROOM DINING AREA SEATING TWELVE A DREAM
r This lovely twl..b.droom ; ; DINING ROOM, DOCKING PRIVILEGES

Home with Fireplace and KITCHEN;KING-SIZED SCREENED PORCH WITH SLIDING .
I Large Patio. Surround.d I $17,500--NAME YOUR OWN TERMS!
p with Palm Trees and Pines. GLASS DOORS FROM LIVING ROOM. MORE CLOSETS
Fully Furnished and ONLY .JL. ___
100 feet from the Bay. Has THAN YOU COULD EVER WANT. ONE CAR
two extra lots zoned for WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
duplex for future expansion.A GARAGE WITH UTILITY SPACE. CENTRAL HEAT, AVAILABLE
BUY if there ever was
I WITH PROVISION FOR ADDING AIR CONDITIONING.ALSO .
one! Only $13,500, $3,000 I Also the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
down, $85 month.
per No SEAWALL, DOCK AND BOAT. HOME IS WELL
closing costs. US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
-* AND ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED, DECORATED AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
EXTRA SPECIAL
I CANAL LOT ON 77TH St., EQUIPPED. MOVE RIGHT IN AND START LIVING!
HOLMES BEACH. Seawall ,
I and paved street. $3,500, WIDOW SACRIFICING AT $31,500.

J CASH 000Bradenton SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY .- Walter S. Haidin

Beach Lots-
$1,500 Each..
Realty Company
, 75 Foot Lot* $2,500 MAHAR REAL ESTATERUTHW.MAHARREALTOR Realtors
52 Lots In Holmes Beach
I $850 *ach,Terms
Parcel 285 ft. on Highway,
800 ft. deeprMeke Offer.
Commercial Lot 100 x 120 LEO MAHAR, BROKER
$11,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Gulf FrontLot-ioned Motel Gulf Drive At 77th Street
$8000 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778.1756

Two Lots on\ The Gulf- FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307Tkred.l
Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
Zoned,Duplex-$22,500



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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 29, 1962


VFW AUXILIARY INSTALLS MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE I

"Tjie Auxiliary of Anna Maria f G
Island Post 8199 will install its pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON

newly elected officers at a meet-

ing to be held at the Anna Maria T1Ul'P.S LOUt'I: Mr, licrliiauLight COQUINA APARTMENTS: Mrs. '- '--
John Rapp and Mrs. W. C. Robinson
and Mrs. \Villiam J. saab>e ofSouth
Community Hall at 8 p.m. Tues- Norwalk, Conn. Mr. and of Boyl ton, Mass.
day, April 3. All interested vis- .Mrs. W. Gardner and Mr. and Mr*. PAMA EAST: Mr. and Mrs. Allan
itors to the Island are cordially Gay Gardner of Demon tartar( Ii'h."ALEY'S B. Jung and family of Colden, N. Y.
MOTEL: Mr. and Mr*. SURF POINT COTTAGES: Mr.
invited to attend.At Ben Dube of Detroit :Mr. and MixEmil and Mr:,. J. Milligan of Montic llo,
a recent card party for the Pieck and Mr. and Mr. M. W. 111. :Mr. and Mrs. W. Dawson of

benefit of the Auxiliary, held at Pieck of Muskt'gonlich.: !Mr. Washington: : D. C. Major and Mrs.F. .
and Mrs. John 1.. Snider and family Hunter and son of Bloomington
the home of Mrs. Harry McCallum, of New Smyrna :Mr. John Mt- Ind..Mrs. J. Doran and family of

prize winners were Mrs. Albert Ardle of Ko&ton, Masi. Mr. and Washington D. C.
Means, Leona Gleich, Mrs. BerthaBauerandMrs. Mrs. W. H. Allrid e of IIi lmoodf CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs.
Williams. 111. Mr Phillip Aln ants of University Ben Harper of Evanston Ill. Mr.
Nell
City, Mo. Mr*. Matilda 11. and) Mrs. Don McNeill of Flossmoor:
Dunn and daughter ?f Hay City, Mich. 111. Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Sntary of -......---. -- -
Mr. and Mrs Allan U. Jungof Indianapolis.:!

LEGAL NOTICES Colden, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: Mr. GULF FRONT property which was sold at auction last week. T. A.'S
Albert Kov of Binghamton, N. Y. and Mrs. Charles Pyecroft of Medina Steak House in Bradenton Beach was sold by owner T. A. McEachem to
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs R. Harold B. for $50,000. Biggs, Canadian, unavailable for
NOTICE UNDER Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. James Todd of Biggs a was a
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW L. Thompson of Akron Ohio North Easton,Mass. ..Mr. and Mrs. statement before press time. Additional property north of the restaurantwas
Mr. and Mrs Richard Krefcia of
Pursuant to the provisions of Florida Walter LaPoint of LaCross, Wis. sold to Louis Mack of Bradenton Beach for $6,500. (Islander Photo)
Statut.sS.clion86S.09, notice is hereby Akron. Ohio Mr. and Mr*. Suet
given that the undersigned, desiring to Holmes of Grand Rapid, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Holme of
engage in business under the fictitiousname NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs R. Grand Rapids,Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. 1
of THE ISLAND INSURANCE AG- D. Howell and family of Milwaukee H.L.Kuhn of Charleston, W. Va. .. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
ENCY, not incorporated, to be locatedat Mr. R. L. Richardson of North Sarah Godfrey and party of Sanford,
Post Office Plaza, Anna Maria, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name with Canton, Ohio Mr. and :Mrs. J. N. C..Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Dye of Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of )lemate. Y. Inne of We'tiuontt Quebec Columbus, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. R.
County, Florida. Mrs. Marcvlla Smith and children of Upton of Ridgefield Park, N. J.. ..
THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY South Loon, Mich.MERRIMAC .
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rolen and fam-
Anna Post Office Maria,Plaza Florida ON TilE GULF: Mr. ily of South Bend, Ind.. ..Mr. and ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.
Ray Hardy, Sol. Owner and Mrs. L. C. mule of EngleMOod, Mrs. Burr 0. Brewer Jr. of Indiana-
3-15. 22 & 29; 4.562 N. J. Mrs. Edgar Seymor of Newark, polis.. .Mr. and Mrs. William Pick-
N. J. Miss Jean Pelgram of South IANVIN
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Orange N. J. ett Jr. and son of Indianapolis.SILK YOUR MONEY CHANEL I

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and OAK APARTMENTS: Mr. REVLON
The undersigned do hereby certify Mrs Gordon Ctirnow of North Street, and Mrs. James Behan of Downs- BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN

that they are conducting a restaurant, Mich. Mr. and Mrs- C. H. Richter ville,N.Y. .. F. D. Conkle of Wad- WHITMAN
business at 9906 Gulf Drive, Anna Mat of New Berlin Wi Mr. and Mrs.
$ sworth, Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. T.
la, Florida, under the fictitious name ol COMPLETE
THE ISLAND COFFEE SHOPPE and John Yghrun of Tampa Mr. and Clay and Miss Edith Potter of East
that said firm is owned by the following Mrs. Max lloyer of Frankfort, Ind. LansingMich..Mr. and Mrs. Her-
p.rsonswhos.nam.s and places of residence Dr. and Mrs. Ralph TenHaer of Grand 1
bert Blakeman of Grand
are as follows Herbert Stewart Haven Mich. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rapids
and Opal Stewart, 9906 Gulf Drive, An- Bro n of Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. Mich.. .. Mrs. Bertha Framan and
na Maria, Florida. Eugene Clark of Port Huron, Mich. Mrs. Eva Quintin of Hudson, Mass. LINE
Ownership of THE ISLAND COFFEE '
SHOPPE is as follows Herbert Stewartand Jx D. Thoreson and party of see IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
Opal Stewart.It Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Chief Signalman Robert E. Clark,
is our intention to apply to the James Dillon of Rochester, N. Y. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Clarkof DRUG STORE I
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Armstrong of Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, retired Service II
Manatee County, Florida, to register Rehohoth Mass. Mr. and Mrs.
,
said name of THE ISLAND COFFEE last month after more than 20 years'service
SHOPPE under the provisions of Chapter Charles McGraw of Evansville, Ind. in the
Navy. Open Sundays 1:30 ...... to 1:00 p.M.
20953.Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. Mr. and Mrs. E. Moll of Monrovia, For the five Chief
HERBERT STEWART Cal. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomas past years
Clark has been attached to the Test
OPAL STEWART and family of Akron Ohio. the Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
and Evaluation Detachment at
9906 Gulf Drive HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr.
Anna Maria, Florida Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory
and Mrs. John O'Leary of Indianapolis,
3-6, 15, 22, 29, '62
atNewLondon Conn. He makes his
,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers of '
Lafayette, Ind. Mr. Alois A.: Stieneof home, with his wife and two daughters Arnel Jersey Separates
Huntington N. Y. Mr., C. A. at nearby Niantic.
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance Viet of Montreal Mr. and Mrs. *

John H.1 Green of Coshen, N. Y. .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Humbug DAISY CRUMMINSSkirtsBlousesOnePieceDresses
( Payment Required) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klaude of Eu By
Cobb the birth of
1.00 Inch; SOc minimum did Ohio Mr. and Mrs. DonaldD. announce a daughter -
Goeble of Detroit Mr. and Marsha Louise, on March 21 at
FOR SAIL: Sailing catamaran. Low Mrs. Clifford J. Valley of St. Petersburg Memorial Hospital Bradenton. The

mileage. Fiberglass pontoons. La- Mr. M. C. Beckwith of baby weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces.WOMAN'S .
teen rig. New Johnson Motor. Tel. Hens Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Allen IN
7782391. $950. Good Condition. 7'. Briitin of Lockport, N. Y. Mr. CLUB LUNCHEONThe
FOR SALE: 21-inch Motorola TV. and Mrs. George Norcross of Grand SOLIDSPOLKADOTSPRINTSLARGE

Blond console. Good condition. Rapid, Mich. Anna Maria Woman's Club
Reasonable. Call 7782531. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
will hold its annual luncheon the
Stanley St. Claire of Ft. Madison at
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom Iowa Mr. and Mrs. G. Nelson Holmes Beach Yacht Club at 1 p.m. SIZE SEERSUCKER
apartment with all-electric kitchen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson of 5. Installation of BLOUSES & JAMAICAS
Thursday, April
and tile bath. Annual basis, $65 Bristol Conn.
permonth plus utilities. 778-1696. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: officers will take place at the lun 38-46 .
Mrs. O. Brewer of Spokane Wash. cheon. Reservations must be in by
FOR SALE: 30-foot Cabin Cruiser. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. March 31. No tickets will be soldat .
Good condition. Sleeps four. Widow and Mrs. R. H. Anderson of Iron / fit
wants to sell. $1,200 cash or fountain Mich. H. E. Whitaker the door.
best offer. Bradenton Beach Dock. Jr. of Buffalo, N. Y. For reservations please call 778- .
ey
Call 7782507. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. 2527 778-1337 778-2303 or 778- % +

and Mrs. Carl Dienstburger of Del. 2177. Price of the luncheon is 210.
FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded iplios Ohio Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
high lots in Holmes Beach. Closeto (;ihhs l of Esthervdle, Iowa Mr. Committee- in charge of arrange-
shoppinc center and walkwayto and Mrs. II. B. Mercer of Ottumwa, ments: Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom, Mrs.

Calf. Each lot 57Ji ft. front by J.a, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Purseof George Tann, Mrs. Frank Koehlerand Layaway 4 s CAR 1."me"
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexesor Hudson Ohio. Mrs. Chauncey Pecoy.
WEST WIND SHORES APARTMENTS Plan 778-1161
sell
homes. Will
7781619.separately. : Mr. and Mrs. William M. There will be a meeting of the IRENE CASSADY, OWNER
Phone owner at
.1 Manson of Chicago. club's board of directors at the

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Mr BAY. H. BREEZE Schwartz of MOTEL Wayzata: Mr., Minn.and community hall at 1 p.m., March WE HAVE IT.

: Mowing, edging trimming PROTHERO APARTMENTS: RuthH. 31.

Floors cleaned and polish Ton' of Lynn, Mass. Mrs. G. FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
Window washed and oiled
ed Haupt and daughter of Jackson JOIN THE ISLAND CHAMBEROF
.,. Prompt and silkiest ssnrfe Heights N. Y. M. C. Haskins and COMMERCE-TOE! SMALL
references far. VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
RsMoaabU rate C. Strckr] of Atlanta, Ca.
1 1hed. Ken Fellow Phone 778-2894 MANN COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. MEMBERSHIP FEE WILL BE A
after 4:30. E\an Shierlmg and daughter of
GOOD INVESTMENT!
Marblfhead. Mass. COME IN AND BROWSE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Sen. -
ice. Bradenton Beach Fire Dept. ISLAND TV
Frank Beard. 7781431. I'

GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703 .
WANTED AT ONCE: Rawleigh Dea- .
ler in Manatee County. Over 300 HQ".rH'OP

household necessities used daily. Zenith [COLOR] PhilcoThe
Some Dealers making $3.50 an ( 778-1020
hour and up. Write Rawleigh Dept. C
FAC-501-51 Memphis. Tenn. _

Best
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of cloth
ing. Drenmaking Drape PhooeMr GIFTS &
*. Frank Beard. 778.1431. i

FOR SALE: Canal Lot on Chilsoa 8 1 7 Insuranceiiq NOVELTIES GALORE...

Avenue. Call 7782177.

ISLANDER PHOTOS: As a service Always Come in and BrowseD

to our readers, 5 by 7 enlargementsof
any picture appearing in The Islander -
are arallable' $1.25 each flSUMflCC Costs Less bb''s Wand Hardware

o & Marine Supply

FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach Holattt leach 771-1617
LoU with plenty of tree. Near or iff Gcaerol Hardware or Houstworcs or Garden Sapatlts, we lava It- 'Ii'IiIf

Shopping Center and zoned lornaple. 77MSUYOUR or will lit it for you 778-2811

.". 2.500 each, terms. AUTHORIZED DEALER. Larson Boot, Scoff & Evlnruds
Call 778-1010. Walter S. Hardia
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY Motor, Murray Trailers. I
Realty Co., lac., Realtors.