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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: April 19, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 545 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962 TEN CENTS
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SCHWEPES SEEK ZONING UNAUTHORIZED SIGNS TO NEW BRADENTON BEACH ROSER BUILDING PROJECT
Rev. Richard K. Wig-
I ADJUSTMENT HEARING BE REMOVED gins, pastor of Roser Memorial CITIZENS LEAGUEA ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH has

TheFlorida State Road Depart- Community Church, will new Bradenton Beach citizens' embarked on a HIGH ADVENTURE
Through their attorney, James ment will begin removing illegal deliver the Easter messageat group was organized at a meeting ---expansionof its Sunday School,
Wallace of Bradenton, Mr. and Mrs. signs and advertisements from the the Sunrise Service,which Monday evening, at which approx- and enlargement of its facilities for
William Schwepe of Holmes Beach imately 20 persons were present. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP.
state-maintained rights of way in will be held at the Manatee
have filed a petition with the Cityof Manatee County on Monday, April Beach at 6 Sun- Don Wollam was elected president The Congregation has voted to dedicate -
County a.m.
Holmes Beach, asking that a request 23, according to Road Board Chair- oftheorganization, which was themselves to the ideal of
for in from a day. The Rev. Arthur Simms, named the Bradenton Beach Citi-
a change zoning man John R. Phillips.In still better service tothe Youth of
Memorial
residential to commercial classification ordering the clean up program, pastor of Harvey zens'League for Good Government. the Island, and to a fitting recognition -
Church and the Rev. Lee
be referred to the city's Boardof Phillips stated that the removal of Other officers are Charles Schue, of the devoted work of the Tea-
Zoning Adjustment. the signs is essential to highway saf- Ratliff, pastor of the Island vice president; Robert O'Connell, chers and the Guild.A .

Mayor Carl F. Scott said yesterday ety, and expressed confidence in the Baptist Chapel, also will secretary, and Edwin Sitts, treasurer. goal has been --$15,000 by

that he believed a change in zoning willingness of most sign owners to participate in the service. EASTER A modest sum for a congregation -
isnotamatter to be decided by the remove their signs from the rightsof Combined choirs of the Objectives of the group, accordingto members and friends,
Board of Zoning Adjustment according way ahead of the SRD work for- 'three churches, under the direction one of its spokesmen, are to obtain some 350 in number.A .

:". to_.Florida,Statutes and the request ces. of Mel Akins, will an injunction against the City score of volunteer co-workers

had been referred to the city's Entrance. signs to private establi- present the anthem,",Lauda-, ,ofBradenton.Beach in granting a have been carrying the message by.,
attorneys, Grimes, Grimes and shments will be among those remov- mus Te, with Grace Aldertonat lease to H. J. Templin, owner of personal calls. The initial responsehas
Goebel of Bradenton. ed when such signs encroach upon the organ. The offering Gulf Park. The lease, which was been a gratifying evidence of
The request of the Schwepes to the rights of way. received during the service approved by the City Council at its congregational unity. All will have

have their property rezoned was will be divided between two 'last meeting, would grant TempUn the opportunity to share in this AD-
considered by the City Board of Aldermen use of parts'of the rights of way of VENTURE.
HIGH 12 CLUB MEETING Island projects; the Island
at its April meeting. Members Avenue B, and 26th and 27th Streets,
Welfare Fund and the Youth (Continued Page 6))
of the board voted unanimouslyto Robert Davison of Katonah, N. Y., fora period of 25 years, for a token on
Work of the Churches.
deny the request, but unofficially who is visiting John S. Nittrouer of payment of $50 per year.
said they felt the city's zoning Cortez, will be the speaker at the Ample parking area will be Among the members of the new NEW ZONING ORDINANCETO

ordinance should be changed to pro- next meeting of the Island High reserved for those who prefer organization are several persons who BE PROPOSED

vide for three commercial classifications Twelve Club on Wednesday April to remain in their cars are known to oppose the policies of
r .., rather than an all-inclusive 25. for the service, with ampli- the present city administration.Some Holmes Beach Mayor Carl F.
classification as is the case at pre- Davison is an engineer with International I fiers enabling all to hear of the members are former Scott said yesterday that at the
.. and that the B i Machines Com satisfactorily. Persons plan- next meeting of the City Boardof
sent, suggested peti- us n e ss Mayor P. C. VanRensselaer, former
tion for the change in zoning be re- pany, and will show slides and pic- ning to leave their cars for Vice Mayor Charles Schue, Hollie Aldermen, scheduled for the
submitted by the Schwepes after the tures he took while on a business the service are asked to Ellis, Vernon Lamp and Frank Sny- first Tuesday in May, he expected -

ordinance had been changed- or trip to Geneva, Switzerland.The take their own chairs. Although dle, a former City Councilman.In progress on new zoning regu-

amended.At Club is making plans for a some chairs will be a written statement yesterday, lations.
the hearing before the Board of Charter Night banquet to be heldon available, the supply usual- Wollam said: "one of the many Regulations referred to by the
Aldermen, argumentsfor and a- 14 at the Gulf Terrace Re- creation of classifi-
May ly is insufficient to seat ev- reasons for this meeting was the mayor are a
gainst the change were heard, and staurant. The program will be an- eryone. more than one hundred objectionsby cation for cooperative apart-
petitions for and against the changewere nounced. honest civic-minded citizens to ments, and work by the board on

read by City Clerk Mrs. Pau- the methods used by the local city new commercial classifications.Scott .
MOTEL AND RESTAURANT
'line Archer. The petition supportingthechangewassignedby government in keeping the public intends to propose,a new
52 city LICENSES EXPIRED uninformed of their actions in trans- zoning ordinance for the city,

residents?and the one against grant- According to a news release ferring city owned property to an individual one which will supersede the
ing the change was signed by 98 re- FOLLOWING ARE EASTER which could
from Hotel and Restaurant Com- conceivably many zoning ordinances now in
sidents. missioner Robert A. Riedel, many SUNDAY MORNING SERVICESIN benefit the individual, and to the force, and which will contain

NEW LONGBOAT KEY ART lodging establishments and res- THE ISLAND CHURCHES: announced closing of Avenue B. desirable new provisions.

CENTER DIRECTORAt taurants in Manatee County have HARVEY MEMORIAL CHURCH "Asan example, the city admin- Another suggestion Scott plansto

recent meeting of the direc- not renewed their Hotel and Res- 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. istration has drawn a lease cover- make is for an amendment to
ing 25 ,years, giving the right to a
tors of the Longboat Key Art Cen- taurant Commission licensesand trailer the city ordinance which prohibits -
ter, Mrs-MadelineMehlig of Sara- are operating in violation of ST. BERNARD MISSION owned park owner to occupy city commercial net fishing in the
sota was appointed director of the ,the law. Masses: 8, 9:15 & 10:30 a.m. property with approximately city's canals. The amendment
se. 60 units for the stupendous sum of
center, succeeding Paul Dietz, who Riedel said that 101 hotels, ten dollars would prohibit cast net fishing
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL per year.
has been director of the center for motels, apartments and rooming "The motive behind from the bridge between the Island -
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. this organization -
houses, and 46 restaurants in and because ofa
two
years. is not only to prevent the trailer Key Royale
Mrs. Mehligmovedto Sarasota Manatee County are delinquentin ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH park owners from controlling our recent incident which almost
from Evanston, Illinois three years payment of their 1962-1963 license 9 & 11 a.m. Worship Services. caused a serious accident.
ago, and since becoming a residentof fees. (Continued on Page 6)

the area, has been active in the There are 904 public lodging 'GLORIA DEI EVANGELICALLUTHERAN

Sarasota Chapter of the American facilities and 235 restaurants in CHURCH 'r4A1) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Association of University Women. Manatee County licensed by the 8:30& 11:00 a.m. The Service.
She holds degrees from the Univer- *
Hotel and Restaurant Commis- Temperatures Water Rainfall
sity Wisconsin, where she formerly sion. Florida law says "failure Church of the Annunciation Sam Noon 6pm High
was a member of the faculty, andis to make application and paymentof (Episcopal
listed in WHO'S WHO of AMERI- fee required within thirty days 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. Apr. 10--70 84 78 88 74 None
CAN WOMEN. 9:15 a.m. Family Eucharistand Apr. 11--72 82 76 86 76 None
the expiration date
., following .
She to of her homein Sermon.
plans dispose Apr. 12--74 82 75 87 76 None
license shall
Sarasota and to move to LongboatKey. of an existing con- 11:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Apr. 13--72 76 70 78 74 None
and shall
stitute misdemeanor
a Sermon. Apr. 14--60 70 75 68 73 None
Dietz has accepted a resident be punishable as such. Mana- Apr. 15--68 76 70 78 73 None

teaching post at Principia,College tee County licenses expired Feb- Apr. 16--60 72 66 75 72 Noneter'
in Elsah Ill. ruary 28, 1962.



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l'! Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 19, 1962

The Islander J.f'ANNA'MARIA, FLORIDA "HERMIT" TO BECOME AN EDITOR'S NOTE: Following is

an ISLANDER one of Mr. Bodin's "Editorials ,
TELEPHONE 778.2021 >ene Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bodin of Lily in Verse."
Dale. New York on Lake Erie have
Editor..................................STEVE KIMBALL By THE EDITOR arranged with Gertrude Blassingame A hermit on the hill revealedHis

News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL @ Lots of comment in Anna Maria Realtor to rent a house in When as story a lad long he had ago been heeled
about the purchase of palm trees Anna Maria for the winter months.Mr. .
With quite a lot of dough.
Mail Address: Anna Maria, Florida for the Community Hall Park froman Bodin is a retired journalist and "
"The War he said "emphatically
off-Island rather than who created the Hermitof
publicist
Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in nursery Convinced me with its hell \
local which has Chautauqua Hills column in wes-
from
. advance-Canada, $5.00 per year. a nursery How cheap a human life can be
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10 for paid taxes in the city for many tern New York State newspapers. Hit When facing bomb and shell.

J six consecutive insertions if paid by tenth of following month. years. top client was Bernarr Macfadden. From General to Second Loo-
, National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. Father of Physical Culture formerly -
and free
To Private proud ,
CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn One of the privileges of middle death of Miami.in 1955. After Bodin Mr.became Mcfadden's presi- One piece of metal passing through
age since the world beganthatof Then just a memory.
dent of the Bernarr Macfadden Foundation -
Independent weekly published every Thursday by being ready and willing to

I THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Marla, Florida comment on the doings of the so- after a, until crippling his retirement auto accident in 1961 to "So in the trenches cold, one nightI I

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. called "younger" generationthis himself and wife causing Bodin to lifted up my eyes
time, on that form of motion, wear a crutch for the rest of his life. To take a worm's-eye view of light
emotion called the Twist. Af- Reflecting in the skies.
or He still acts as historian for the Mac-
Mosquito Breeding Season ter two or three sessions of twist-, fadden Foundation and makes wri- And then I prayed with all my soul,
If God would let me live
City officials on the Island have called the attention of house- watching, we feel that President ting his hobby.
holders to the fact that the mosquito breeding season is now at Kennedy and former President Bod i n has had five philosophicbooks I'd make humility my goal

hand indeed there are a few of the pests to be seen already Eisenhower have erred badly in published in the past 25 years And all my wealth I'd give.
I've tried that Son
and that this is the time to take a few simple precautions which arriving at the conclusion that and two are scheduled for publication to keep promise ;
I of mind I've
I will pay off later in the season. our young people are in poor this year, namely BREATH OF And peace seen.
have ..
I Among the many places on the Island where mosquitoes can physical condition. How could GOD and FIRST CENTURY HEALING But greater glory I won."

and do lay their eggs are some ordinary, every-da spots which they be and still do the twist? the latter book released in I've found the Nazarene!

-I y might be overlooked, such as rain barrels or other containers, By comparison, touch {football February the Marcap Council of

!,' garden pools, bird baths, clogged roof gutters, hollows and holes and golf are for real softies.: No Publishers, Lakemont Ga. ISLAND GARDEN CLUB
in trees, cavities in certain plants, seldom-used plumbing fixtures,. workout -
/ boats, old tires, shells, containers of plant cuttings and depressions gymnasium or competitive dint of a late season spurt this The Island Garden Club will
with the
possible I ex- I
on flat-roofed homes or other buildings.Of sport, year, the boys managed a two- meetat the Island School at 6:30

course there are many more obvious places for the eggsto ception of boxing or wrestling But what, way tie for fifth. Class will tell! p.m., Friday, April 27, when the

be deposited, such as swamps, drainage catch basins, drainage is any more strenuous. traditional potluck supper will
canals and ditches which do drain and became of that old-fashioned Good friends Harry and Fran
not puddles even places be served,with the regular meet-
which are low and dry most of the time, but which hold water concept of dancing as being one Cole of Rochester, N. Y., now and 7:30.
ing to start at
after rains. of the social graces, a pleasant spending their annual vacationon Bud Reasoner program of Reasoner's '

Mosquito eggs usually are deposited on water and will hatch pastime which allowed young the Island, are our nomineesfor Nurseries will
in from 12 to 72 hours. But they can lie dry and dormant for people to become acquainted and the couple who truly enjoy Tropical Ornamental Horticulture.speakon

periods ranging up to years, and then hatch when they come in to carry on a conversation? Byno the Island the most.
contact with water, and in some cases, even with mere dampness.As stretch of the imagination can *

larva, the second stage in the life cycle of the mosquito, we picture a young man plightinghis Hibiscus blossoms to Helen "At white candle
it is a wiggler that changes in three to ten days into the pupa. troth while dancing the twist, Peters,Island Players' guest director a in a holy

After reaching this third stage, it takes only 24 to 72 hours to with the object of his affections who did-a tremendous job place So,if the
become a full fledged adult, all armed and ready to attack and, gyrating like an out-of-control in presenting Not in The Book face." beauty of an aged $

worse yet, to breed. And some species produce up to twelve marionette, several feet away. last week despite almost over- JOSKPH: ,: CAMPBELL 1
generations in one year. The mathematical possibilities are frighten. whelming odds.

ing. Proven ways to control or destroy mosquitoes are by draining A rumor going around that PeteReynard's I

breeding places, by killing larvae by spraying with fuel oil, and waitresses soon will SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
by killing adult mosquitoes by spraying or fogging. But it has be wearing gold shoes while on

been proven that. the secret of success in fighting mosquitoes Is by duty-courtesy of the manage- GENERAL MASONRY \..
continuous action.So ment, but Pete himself offers no

in order to make the fight more effective, each householderand comment.
should take time to his her *
property owner some survey or InstallationsWILLIAM
premises to be sure that none of the favorable breeding conditions Progress this season of the Island Complete

exist, or that the conditions are corrected to as great an extent as Bowling League team spon-

possible, and as quickly as possible! sored by The Islander has been R. KERMODE

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borate and handsome set, designedand known in the entertainment world,
CUE LINES. executed by Pat Huber, Col. having played in theatres throughout ANNA MARIA TRASH PICK UP

Alan Mackenzie, Dr. K. W. Sten- the country as a member of The semi-annual trash pick up
strom and Nora Morgan,received a quartets affiliated with name bands, in Anna Maria City started Monday -
b>. Helen Bradley deserved round of applause on each and as a single entertainer in the and will continue until May 1.
night of the show. smart supper clubs of New York,Chi- The pick up started at the south
Finishing a successful thirteenth and building strongly to the climaxof Jim and Florence Eddowes have cago, Las Vegas and Miami Beach.He end of the city, and after trash
; season, the Island Players scored the death scene. Jim Adamson, given generously of their time and is married to the former Sunny has been picked up on a street,
\ another triumph with the new Brit- a newcomer to the theatre, and to talents to the Players this season. Hartford, vocalist with the Charlie the truck will not return to that
ish mystery NOT IN THE BOOK, the Players' stage, has been des- Florence has worked on costumes, Spivak Band before her marriage, street.
which closed a successful four nightrun cribed as a find by director Helen props,makeup and social activities and now her husband's business man-
Trash be is be
on Saturday.The somewhat con- Peters,and by his enthusiastic aud- for the group,and Jim has combineda ager and partner in his act. His justifiably to picked up to
trived and intricate plot held aud- iences. His squirming discomfitureunder stage role in THE SHOW Cmf with proud mother; has her own placed at or near the roadside;
iences to alert attention, and the questioning, and helpless recognition sound effects and curtain duty.This sincere interest in music as a hobby, it must be burnable, and it must
subtle British humor was not lost, of the plot similarities versatile pair of Islanders moved to along with shellcraft and swimming. be small enough so that one man
as the excellent cast established a between his crime novel and the Anna Maria from Philadelphia, can load it onto the truck.

rapport with the playgoers.Bob real life drama unfolded before him, where Jim operated an industrial BACKSTAGE BRIEFS: Combiningdual
Hanscom, veteran actor ofII were extremely well done. laundry.He is now employed in the attractions of swimming in the from the George Harrises, Althea
business in Bradenton.The Ed- at their new home,with the Mort Clarks and
more than 600 roles, was a strong Hank Aldredge,as Inspector Mal- same pool temp- DeNoyelles
and compelling Andrew Bennett, colm, British sleuth, turned in a dowes nave five children, three ting food and drink, the Cotton Bre- John Bensons..Realistic fireplace
II the respectable English husband and polished performance, as he playedcat boys and two girls. Florence enjoys wers were hosts to the final cast par- effect by Harvey Boyd, electricianfor
father who turns to murder to pro- and mouse with his witness and sewing and reading in leisure hours ty of the season at their new homeon the Players. The lighting diffi-

tect his family and escape degrad- suspects, with ease and authority.Ed and Jim likes to fish and follow athletic Key Royale. Norma Ralston, culty on opening night was caused
ation at the hands of a blackmailer.His Chandler,new to the stage, was events. He has the distinctionof and Celia Holman served on the hos- by a burned out plug, shorting the
commanding voice was impressive an extremely funny and bombastic having played third base on the tess committee...Effective bric-a- lamps on stage...Handsome book-
,as was his deft handling of Colonel Barstow,the hardofhearing American Olympic Team in Berlin brac and paintings for the set of NOT case wall and credenza,. plus win-
a the involved changes from poison to and befuddled Britisher. He 1936. IN THE BOOK were gathered by dow framing, was constructed by
sugar and back again, and his skil- shows great promise for future ap- Joan Tann of Holmes Beach is Nora Morgan from Florence Eddo- Col.Alan Mackenzie,master craft-
ful feeling for the leading part. pearances. completing her fourth year as a wes, Ellen Marshall, Dorothy Hol- sman, who worked long hours to
--------- member of the Players. Serving as den and Frank Brechlin...furniture achieve the desired effect.
I jI a member of the board of directorsfor .
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II MRS. TANN JIM AND FLORENCE EDDOWES and operated an exclusive women's Write: Box 366
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Irma Cox, as Sylvia Bennett, Dr. Roy Gunther played his small later in West New York,N. J. where Anna Maria, Florida
completely feminine wife and mot- role of Dr. Locke with professionalease she also was a director of the Boardof
her, displayed remarkable talent in and humor, completely at Trade. Mr. and Mrs. Tann havea
her first stage appearance, in the home in his first stage appearance.Dick son,Danny Marshall, who is well
only female role. Rosedale was a convincing
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ANNA MARIA. MR. HARDY, WHO OWNED AND OPERA-

TED AN INSURANCE AGENCY IN LAKELAND, FLA. \ RIGHTfor _

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THE NAME OF "THE ISLAND INSURANCE AGENCY'IT
COLOR PRINTS WITH
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Island Bowling League ISLAND C OF C MEETINGThe Epsilon Alpha Meeting

of the Island
regular meeting -
L Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig-
Chamber of Commerce, to
ma Phi Sorority met recently at the
be held at the cafeteria of the
home of Mrs. Charles A. Weaver of
Island School Thursday evening,
77th Street, Holmes Beach.
April 19, will be held this weekat
The annual Founder's Day dinner s i
o'clock rather than the t
9 at and ball of the sorority will be heldat .
regularly scheduled hour of 8, in the Bradenton Country Club Saturday -

order to give members an oppor- evening. May 5, with the
tunity to attend Maundy Thursday theme to be"Stairway to the Stars."
Y. church services. It was announced that the annual

Vista, championshipteam Area luncheon will be held at -
Stanley Insurance..............57 Bay t
in the Island Bowling Lea- the Kapok Tree Inn on May 12, with
match of the Bayou Marina..................52 the
won its final Clearwater chapters of the sor-
gue Island Bank.....................51 the
season by taking three points ority as hostess groups.
I, from Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments.High Pete Reynard's Rest..50.5TOP The local chapter voted to supportthe

individual scores were Roger TEN GAMES statewide project of the sorority

Haynes, 192-550; Ed Wiese, Clyde Harman....................221 in helping to establish theLay Dia- :; I F -

204501. Ed Wiese........................204 betic summer camp for children.A _
Second place Schuchard Plumb- Aaron VanOstenbridge..203Wally quiz on the history, purposes and

.ing grabbed four points from Warner....................199 aims of Beta Sigma Phi was led by l: ; .. r
Mrs. John and a 0
third place VanOstenbridge Buil- Hugh Holmes.....................198 VanOstenbridge $k 7j
ders, with Clyde Harman turningin Clyde Herman....................198 talk on Nature was given by Mrs. j L
Norwood.
George
the evening's high game and Steve Alex......................195 Members the
high series, 221593. Aaron Van- Dick Connick..................195 were Mrs. attending Norwood, Mrs.meeting VanOs- '

Ostenbridge was high scorer for Mace Hinkle.....................195 tenbridge, Mrs. Aaron VanOsten- (

the losers, 203-538. Bob Reinel......................194 bridge Jr., Mrs. F. B. Shell, Mrs.
Other team and high individual Ted Tripp, Mrs. Norma Torgeson,
TOP TEN SERIES
scores were as follows: The Islander Mrs. C. E. Brewer and Mrs. Fran
4, Bayou Marina 0. (Kayo Clyde Harman..................593 Maxon, Mrs. George'I11urlowofBe- .. sl

Keding, 190-513; Lefty Miller, Roger Haynes....................550 ta Tau Chapter was a .
190-513)). Wally Warner....................549 guest. J
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 4, Bob Reinel.....................548. CARD PARTY SUCCESSFUL KINGFISHERMEN. Upper picture shows Mr. and Mrs. I
'Island Bank 0. (Wally Warner, Aaron VanOstenbridge..538Steve Steve Shiro and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shiro Jr., all of Tampa, who caught a

199-549 Bob Reinel, 194-548)). Alex......................518 AnEaster Monday card party, total of 130 kingfish Sunday from their boat OMEGA out of the Bayou
; sponsored by the St. Martha Circleof Marina. Left in lower Jim Reed, Joe Lima and Bob
MaceHinkle......................515 to right picture are
Anna Maria Electric 4, Stanley Bernard
St. Guild, will take place Lima, also of Tampa, holding some of the 74 kings they caught Sunday
Insurance 0. (Gene Moss,. 181- Kayo Keding...................513 at the Annie Silver CommunityHall from Copt. Joe's handsome cruiser, SANBET, which Is berthed at Bayou

498; Dave Boozer, 193, Lloyd Lefty Miller....................513 Bradenton Beach, at 1 p.m. Marina. (Islander Photos)
Hanson, 503)). Hugh Holmes....................512 Monday April Refreshments
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Island FOUR LOW GAMES will be served and prizes will be DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

Marine Supply 1. (Dick Connick, John VanOstenbridge..99Dave awarded for the high scorers. Players The FOR

195-480; Hugh Holmes, 198-512). Boozer..................... 106 are asked to take their own cards. All-Modern Gulf Park MOBILE HOMES
Donation of one dollar
LEAGUE STANDINGS Leon Stafford...................106 per person Private Beach Boat Basin Accommodations for Trailers up to 53'
will be asked, and the public is in-
t (Final Walt Sparks.....................107 vited. Recreation Hall- Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH

Tropical Vista..................90.5 I ,

Schuchard VanOstenbridge Plumbing..84 Builders..75 FUNERAL HOME SHANNON \! SSTfkiteSands\;\i

Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments....71 .
The Islander....................69 TWO LOCATIONS \ APARTMENT \

Anna Maria Electric..69Island 1015 14th Street W.. WHITFIELD CHAPEL "
Marine Supply..........63 Li
Dick Wagner Realty...........61 Bradenton 75U N. Tomiami Trail, Samel \\. MOTE ,' \
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MEMORIAL CHURCH caught off the north end of the Island
(Non-D* omiiMti Ml I)
Brtdenton Beach and plenty of grouper and snapper A. .
Ktv. A. W. SIMMS hauled in by the passengers on the

Cortez party boats. I
SUNDAY: Following are some of the top cat-
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. '
10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. ches made on the ADMIRAL last
I week. Tuesday: Frank Kieft of a7'\

BERNARD MISSION Spring Lake. Mich., 39 pound ..:
Priest: ucv taA.c:+ is WELStILU.tc grouper; Fred E. Brown, Bayshore
PRIZE WINNER Harry B. Allen of Miles City, 'ti
HOLY THURSDAY: Gardens, 161/2 pound grouper, and Mont., winner of first place in the Manatee County =
6:00 p.m. Mass of the Last Sup- Howard Steele, Sarasota, a 14 fishing tournament red snapper division in March 1'. b V6 F
per. pound grouper. receiving trophy and check from tournament chair-
i FRIDAY: Wednesday: Ray Hyslop of St. man Ken McKendree and Bill Bloke, president of
I 3:00 p.m. The Liturgy. Clair Mich., 17 3/4 pound grouper the Longboat Key Chamber of Commerce, one of
SATURDAY: the tournament's sponsoring organization Awardwas
Stuck of St. Petersburga
8:00 p.m. Liturgy and Easter Ray one of several made at County Beach Satur- DOUBLE WINNER for March In both Flounder and
Vigil Mass.EASTER 141/2 pounder, and Jeanette day. Red snapper for which Allen won prize was Sheepshead divisions was A. C. Cope of Bay Drive
SUNDAY: Stuck, 13 pounder. caught from one of Capt. Jim Sage's ADMIRALS, South, Bradenton Beach. Prize winning flounder
Masses at 8, 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. Thursday: Cecil Miller of Tampaand the largest red snapper ever caught from eitherof weighed 4 pounds, S ounces, and first place
WEEKDAYS: Leroy Fassett of Valrico were the ADMIRALS. (Islander Photo) sheepshead, pounds, 15 ounces. (Islander Photo)

8:00 a.m. tied for first place, each with an
HOLY 8:00 DAYS and: 6:00 18 pound grouper, and Archie Lut- all the fish good sized. On another Capt. Joe Lima and party of Tampa also of Holmes Beach. t

WEDNESDAYS a.m. : p.m. trellofDowagiac Mich., 17 pound overnight trip, which left last week from Joe's SANBET, both boats Other catches of kings were thoseof

I I 7:30 p.m. Rosary and Benedic- grouper. Friday evening, 2,100 pounds of fish docked at the Bayou Marina, and Max Booker of Lakeland, and

ti tion. Sunday:Frank Chappell of Bradenton was caught 800 pounds of it red all the above-mentioned fish cau- party, who caught 23; Buck Mar-

'! 18 1/2 pound grouper; K e e t snapper. Jesse Bowman of Cortez ghton hardware; Capt. Clyde Fore ler of Lakeland 18; Richard Clarkof

ISLAND IAPTIST CHAPEL Thomas, Bradenton 17 pound grou- landed the largest fish a 32 pound of Bradenton, a 39 pounder from his Bartow, 28; Islanders Hartley and

t Rrv. LEE RATUFF Pastor per, and Sis Sharpe of Pass-a-Grille, black grouper.On boat YANKEE DOODLE; Frank Giles Betty Blackburn, 8; Joe Copton,
THURSDAY: 16 pound grouper. Tuesday, the largest fish cau- of Holmes Beach, a 44 pounder on Lakeland 16, and Dr. Hyde of

3:00 p.m. Jr. C.A. and Sunbeams. ADMIRAL Wednesday: ght were a 27 pound grouper by Al- Sunday caught while on a fishing Lakeland 7.
) FRIDAY: Maurice DeClercq, 213/4 pound bert Schooley of Broktendale N. Y. trip north of the Island with long- The first tarpon have been reported -

7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Class at grouper; John Curtis of Lansing and a 16 pound grouper by Earl time fishing companion Red Mills so get your tackle ready!
104 9th St.So., Braden .\\n Beach. Pontiac Mich. A catchof
SUNDAY Mich. 16 1/2 pound grouper and Downing
9:45 a.m.: Sunday Scho(J. Sidney Boulton Ludington Mich. more than 900 pounds was made BEST BET
11:00 a.m. Wcrsu-Service.: 14 pound grouper. that day. HARRY M. RIFE

) 6:30 p.m.Youth Choir. .
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. LICENSED
I MONDAY: Passengers aboard the BEST BET Some of the better catches of king- Deep SeaFishing
6:30 p.m. R.A. caught I,600 pounds of grouper and fish in recent days were 130 by Capt. PAINTING CONTRACTOR

(I TUESDAY: red snapper on an overnight trip Steve Shiro and family on Sunday, BONDED AND INSURED Y

j WEDNESDAY 4:00 p.m. Intermediate: C.A. which left Friday evening April 6, from his cruiser OMEGA; 74 by:

Phone 7781341'MANATEE
7:30 and
p.m. Prayer Chapel

Meeting. .
, ,, 8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. PHELPS NURSERY LEAVING DAILY 7:00AM
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(NoM-DtnomiiKirional) FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS TRAVEL ASSOCIATES

Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor FROM
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY
Complete TURNERS SEA FOOD DOCK
THURSDAY
7:30 p.m.:Maundy Thursday Com- LANDSCAPINGPINE Travel! Service CORTEZ FLORIDA

munion Service. Airlines
FRIDAY: EVERYTHING FURNISHED
11:00 a.m. Worship Service. AVENUE PHONE 778.1501 Steamships
SATURDAY: Railroads FOR RESERVATIONSCALL
NORTH END ANNA MARIA
10:00 Bake Holmes 778-1228
a.m. Sale
National Car Rental
Beach Shopping Center.

i EASTER 9:00 a.m.SUNDAY Worship: Service. HAVE YOU TRIED J 746-7145 O

10:00 a.m. Sunday School.
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. "* 711 I2rk ST. W.
Sea X
5:00 p.m. Senior Youth Fellow- Deep Fishing .
t ship Beach Party.
S 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fel- ABOARD THE ADMIRALS?
lowship.
WEDNESDAY: Tackle Available FARE
$5.00-Lunch Counter Aboard
9:00 a.m. Prayer Croup.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Missions Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450
I Workshop. You mean me, too?
I 7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 7.

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GLORIA DEI EVANGELICAL
1 LUTHERAN CHURCH .
Minister: Rxv. FRANK LYEJU.Y

SUNDAY:
8:30 & 11:00 a.m. The Service. sY ro

9:45 a.m. Church School. ,.., .
6<30 p.m. Catechetical Class,
508 74th St. t= I":
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7:00 p.m. Choir Practice. Complete r ., ', t i'i
8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508 CHARTER & RENTAL "
'! 74th Street. SERVICEby : .... .-
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CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION' DAY WEEK MONTH
(Episcopal)
REV. GBULD K. Lowe I
ANYPLACE ANYTIMEAll 0
MAUNDY THURSDAY: ; every wife, too, who owns property should
Completely LicensedPer.oMel
5:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist Pro- '\.,_ make a Will-to dovetail with her husband's Will
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cession to the.Altar of Repose Equipment i
Stripping trashing Altar. in legally expressing, their mutual, over-all estate

GOOD FRIDAY: plans. Talk with husband
z ; your and the family
9:00 a.m. Mass of the Presancti-
fied. .. CHARTERS ; ': lawyer, soon, about "getting it done"!
2:00 p.m. Last of the Three INCORPOIATID

HOLY Hours.SATURDAY: FOR COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE, SEE USMEMBER

5:30 p.m. Blessing of Fire and .. For Information Call
Lighting of Paschal Candle and
Holy Baptism. I II No Answer Dial
EASTER SUNDAY: 778 1676 778-1270 or 778.2321 }i M \\ATFL NATIONAL BANK'
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and J *; fA Fj E N T ,.,.
Sermon. 505 Fifty Sixth Street It. '' 'I J" h' '," '" '

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Unitarian Fellowship ROSER BUILDING PROJECT... POWER SQUADRON HOLMES ACCEPTS NEW -Lit

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dungan will (Contlnu.d from Page 1)) CONFERENCEThe POSITION I-

be hosts to the members of both the ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH and Conference of
largest Spring John E. Holmes Jr., a memberof
Junior and Senior groups of the Man- its educational building stand a District 22 of the United States Power the Holmes Beach Board of

atee Unitarian-Universalist Fellowships monument to the cooperation of a Squadrons in history was held at Aldermen for several terms, anda

at an Easter breakfast Sunday, multitude of people, over near- the Holiday Inn and Yacht Club, Island businessman
April 22. The children will presentan ly half a century. Yet it belongs to south of Bradenton on Route 41 last prominent ,
has been named head
to a newly
Easter program, and a brief religious no one but GOD. Its doors are opento Friday and Saturday.
established construction loan
all who care to enter. It will
will be deliveredby
message of Sarasota
,
L.
George Meyers
minister down the after department at Manatee Federal
long
Dr. Henry F. James. years Squadron, was elected District
Following the breakfast and pro- its builders are gone. Commander, to succeed Rev. H. C. Savings and Loan Associationat

gram, the children will enjoy an The present expansion will meet Benjamin Holmes Beach, who Cortez Plaza, Bradenton.The .

Easter egg hunt and swimming. The needs for some years to come. Its was appointed District Chaplain. new department will spec-

Dungan home is located a mile north special dedication to YOUTH is an Most of the time at the Confer- ialize in servicing of applica-

of the Twilight Motel on Route 41, affirmation of FAITH, a GIFT from ence was devoted to new and improved tions for construction loans. ;

and more explicit directions may TODAY to TOMORROW.. methods of promoting "Safe Holmes is also a director of the : :

be obtained by"calling Mrs. Herbert Education the association.
A floor of the Church and its Boating Through ,
plan
Boyd at 7782167. prime object of all Power Squadrons. Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
educational building, showing the of Man-
In future instructions more Jack Holmes, is a native
NEW CITIZENS LEAGUE... projected expansion at the north -
and has been in the
will be on safer atee County,
emphasis placed JOHN E. HOLMES JR.
(Contlnu.d from Page 1) end, was published in last week'sISLANDER.
outboard motor boat operation.A. construction and building sup-
but also to further .
city prevent any
ply business on the Island for
similar tactics by the present and BAUMAN A DIRECTOROF
than 17 .
future administrations, and to see "The announced closing of AvenueB" M. GARDEN CLUB more graduate years.A of Manatee High ART LEAGUE
that parliamentary procedure is
in Wollam's
followed all administra- statement apparently The Anna Maria Garden Club School, he attended North Caro- Edgar H. Bauman of 74th Street,
strictly by is the result of a misunderstanding. -
tions. held its final meeting of the sea- lina State College. He is a mem- Holmes Beach, last week was elec-

All legal matters of the leaguewill son recently, at which Mrs. Rob- ber of Roser Memorial Community teda member of the Board of Gov-
According to city records, AvenueBbetween26thand27thStreets and Mrs. Church the Masons and Dis- ernors of the Art League of Mana-
be handled by Robert J. Mar- ert Moses Philip Boguewere ,
the tee County, to serve for three
abled American He years.
shall, former city attorney. installed as first vice pres- Veterans.
of the street in question, was
Others elected the
part at same time
"All civic minded citizens are invited ident and secretary,respectively.It and his wife, Betty, and their
dedicated as a street by a former
Sam Wooten of Bradenton
were an
to become members of this was voted that the club would four children live on 58th Street.
owner of Gulf Park about the time official of the First National Bank,
take active in the With Donald Brackin Holmes
organization. a more part ,
of the incorporation of Bradenton and Loren Wilford, Sarasota artist.
beautification of Anna Maria. A has been a in an Island
Beach However the partner
as a city. exact Bauman, who has been an Island
LEGAL NOTICES resolution to back Mrs. Alma building supply businessHolmes
location of the.street is not known, resident several years, is a cor-
and far knows Haynes,Anna Maria Commissioner Supplies, for several but
INVITATION TO BID so as anyone no sur- years respondent of an area daily paper,
Soaled bids for repairing ef approximately vey of the street ever has been of Beautification, was adopted. is selling his interest in the and before to the Island he
200 f..t of Bay Boul.vard, will b. moving
opened at the regular meeting of the made, nor has the street been laid Mrs. Moses was made chair- business to Kenyon C. Crum, lived in New York City and Wood-

Anna Maria City Commission, Anna out in that block. Neither does Ave- man of a ways and means com- Anna Maria contractor. stock, N. Y.
Maria, Florida, May 7, 1962, with bide
to be received at the City Office until nue B connect with either 26th or mittee which will work on plansfor .
12:00 noon, May 7, 1962. Details and 27th Street north or south of the park. carrying on a beautification I-
specifications of work to be done
be obtained from City Clerk. Commie can South of the park the street's northern program during the summer. The A STEALDUPLEXCONCRETE
ionretains the right to reject any or all end is at 24th Street, and just committee will in
urge everyone
bide. BLOCK
Gladys Dumaine, north of the park lies the Holmes the city to paint, plant and elim- AND PERMASTONEEACH -

City Cl.rk Beach City line, but no continuation inate unsightly places. APARTMENT: LIVING ROOM, DINETTE, KITCHEN
Anna Maria, Florida
alt & 19.62 of Avenue B. LARGE BEDROOM, FLORIDA ROOM, BATH,

HEAT, AIR CONDITIONER. FURNISHED. SEPARATE
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WE RENT FOLDING BEDS BABY CRIBS UTILITY BUILDING. NEAR BAY, CHURCH, STORES.
INVITATION TO BID PLAY PENS DIAPERS
Sealed bids will be received by the City ONLY $9,850--TERMS.
SUNBATHING COTS
of Anna Maria, Florida for installationof
additional ducts and registers at the HIGH CHAIRS STROLLERS LINENS BLANKETS
Anna Maria Community Hall, until 12:00 GENE COX. Realtor
Noon May 7, 1962, at the City Office. Linen Rental Service Bradenton Beach 778-1472
Tel.
Details and specifications of the workto 408 Pine Ave. Anna Maria 778.1500
b. don can be obtained from the
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City Clerk. Commission will open said
bid*at its regular misting May 7, 1962.
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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE the Island first!
ir i SALE INSURANCE COMPANYSince Shop .

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t Protect Your Real Estate investment ISLAND REALTYHOLMES
1 = 526 12th St. West IRADENTON.. FLA. Phone 743-4541
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

1 HERE IT IS: A TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH, CANAL
HOLMES BEACH DUPLEXBEST
FRONTHOMEINONE OF THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODS
RESIDENTIAL SECTION, NEAR BEACH. EACH
REALTOR IN HOLMES BEACH. HAS BOAT DOCK, UTILITY
UNIT HAS LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE: MODERN
ROOM, SCREENED PORCH, CLOSED GARAGE, FURN-
2217 GULF DWVE KITCHEN; DINETTE; LARGE SCREENED PORCH;
(ISHED. PRICED AWAY BELOW MARKET VALUE AT
47782663I
TILE BATH. BEDROOM HAS LARGE WALK-lN CLOSET.
ONLY $16,000. TERMS AVAILABLE.P. .
ALL COMPLETELY FURNISHED-AND RENTED!

NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-Terms Arranged. 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

B. PROTHEROReal
JOHN
lAn Ideal Retirement Home
r. Estate Sales Cr Rentals

116 list STREET TELEPHONE 778-2554 HOLMES BEACH
Look For These Signs PLEASANT, SUNNY, PARTLY FURNISHED THREE-

YEAR-OLD HOME ON CORNER LOT IN HOLMES BEACH.

NEED WORK? ON THE WATEREXCELLENT TWO BEDROOMS, TUB-SHOWER BATH, LIVING ROOM,

ISLAND LAUNDRY AND DRY DINING AREA, SCREENED PORCH, ELECTRIC KIT
LEANING BUSINESS FOR
. SALE. EXCEPTIONALLY NEIGHBORHOOD-TWO BEDROOM, TWO CHEN, UTILITY ROOM, CARPORT, PANELRAY GAS

GOODYEAR AROUND INCOME. BATH HOME--$14,950. HEAT. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT I ONLY16000.
$10,000 Required. Balance en *

GOOD TERMS. EXPERIENCEDHELP OVERLOOKING THE GULF-FOUR APARTMENTS-- RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf
WILL STAY.
Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159
f f. $13,950..A TTRACTIVE TERMS.

8-UNIT MOTEL AND LARGE COMPLETELY FURNISHED AIR CONDITIONED HOME
TWO BEDROOM HOME ON
C.B. CONSTRUCTION 2 YEARS OLD
SARASOTA BAY. Shows except
lonally good Incom. Room for JACK HOLMES, Realtor FOR SALE $10,900--TERMS AVAILABLETWO

expansion. PRICE $75,000, HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA BEDROOMS, TILED BATH, TERRAZZO FLOORS

$15,000 Down-Easy Terms. BRANCH OFFICES MODERN KITCHEN, BUILT IN OVEN & PLATES
rrr
LARGE REFRIGERATOR WITH FREEZER CHEST
TWO BEDROOM HOME, ONLY Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
TWO YEARS OLD. IN HOLMES BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET FURNITURE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

BEACH. FULL TILE BATH. O. A. Ritz Salesman L. S. Putnam SalesmanJACK'S CLOSE TO BEACH, BOAT BASIN & SHOPPINGON
Open beam ceilings, plenty of PAVED STREET IN HOLMES BEACH
closet space. Boat Dock. Nice IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYW.C.
Neighborhood. ONLY $10,575. BARGAINS
: MURRAY-REALTOR

MARINA SITE ON SARASOTABAY 411.79th ST., HOLMES BEACH, PHONE 778.1556
-300 f..t on Paved Road, ANNA MARIA: DUPLEX APARTMENTS, MODERN, WELL-
and 300 feet on deep water. FURNISHED, WITH A FULL EXTRA LOT. GOOD INCOME
C ZONED COMMERCIAL-GOOD PRODUCER. NOW REDUCED TO ONLY $13,0001!
j for any type of business. Price *
S36OOo-Can be bought on time / Interested In
, I --- BA FRONT-LOT IN-ANNA MARIA. NICE SAND BEACH FOR
I for 29% Down.
t.. r SWIMMING. MAGNIFICENT VIEW. CUT TO JUST $4,000.-
! *
LARGE OFFICE BUILDINGIn
COMMERCIAL ZONE. Excel. DUPLEX APARTMENTS ON HIGHWAY, EXCELLENT CONDI-
t lent Location for Professional TION, FULLY FURNISHED. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERINGFOR rNCOME} PROPERTY ?

Offices..Price $17,500.MARINAACCESSORY ONLY $9,500.
, 00 *

SUPPLY ANNA MARIA: A COMFORTABLE, FURNISHED 2-BEDROOM BEST BUY-CB DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED,

Business with Boat Storage COTTAGE ON LOVELY SHADED LOT IN QUIET, CONVENIENT WITH ONE BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA

'.! Spaces and Retail Sales Shop. NEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY $6,000 ON TERMSIHERE'S AND KITCHEN IN EACH APARTMENT. ONE BLOCK
Excellent Opportunity for the *
t t Right Party. Consult us for de FROM GULF IN ANNA MARIA. TWO BLOCKS FROM
A GOOD BUYI! A MODERN TWO-BEDROOM HOME
tails. Help will stay.BAY&CANAL. FISHING PIER. TERMS: $9,000-$1,000 Down, $80 per
1 s r rI ON CORNER LOT IN POINT SECTION. ATTRACTIVELY I
FURNISHED. BIG GARAGE. SHORT DISTANCE FROM GULF MONTH, OR $8,500 CASH I

I LOTS AND FISHING PIERS. SELLING FOR $13,750. *
*
t, 90 x 100, Seawalled ALSOMANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN DUPLEXES, SMALLOR
$3,500 CASH
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM LARGE MOTELS.

t LARGE BAY FRONT LOT & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-2614 .

r Seawalled.$8,500

t 000 Look & Chock These Value IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GULF FRONTAGE, WE

i 1: Holmes Beach Lots, Close HAVE IT 1 WITH SINGLE DWELLING, DUPLEX OR
, to Shopping Center-$2,700
EACH TWO BEDROOMS, TWO BATHS, LARGE LIVING MOTEL ZONING.

ROOM, DINING AREA AND KITCHEN. CLOSED
, -
GARAGE AND UTILITY ROOM. SCREENED PORCH.
LOT BUY OF THE WEEK
I 90 x 100 Canal Lot, SeaI 1,857 Square Feet UNDER ROOF ON 71ST STREET WATERFRONT AND NONWATERFRONTLOTS
I I walled and Paved Street AVAILABLEAlso
t 77th Street, Holmes Beach LANDSCAPEDAND SODDED LOT, ALL FOR ONLY

I i $3,500 Cash $15,750! the Area's Finest Homes in All 'Price RangesSEE

I U3 FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND

I COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
ON KEY ROYALE, THREE BEDROOMS, TWO
HOME BUY OF THE WEEK
Before you make a depositon BATHS, LARGE LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA,

any property See This KITCHEN, LARGE FLORIDA ROOM, SCREENED
2-Bedroom Homel Completely
Furnished-Dishes, sll PORCH. 2,059 Sq. Ft. UNDER ROOF on LARGE, Walter S. Hardin.Realty I
verware-Everything Goesl
LANDSCAPED SODDED LOT, ALL FOR ONLY
Has a beautifully.landsca*
ped, fenced.ln yard. Built. $20,450! Company
in Electric kitchen. Separate Realtors
*
watering system. Large

J I porch with privacy. Utility. WE ALSO HAVE OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUESIN
room with wa.h. r. Concrete
l driveway and carport.
J Furniture BONUS HOMES, SO BE SURE TO SEE US1!
was especiallymade
ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
for the house. Owner

lived real here only two years.A PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845 77 .1010 'BOB CABLE, Manager 778.1756
I buy-ONLY $12,7501
TERMS AVAILABLE BILL LEE, 502 Key Royal. Drive, 778.1917 FRAN MAXON, Associate 778.2307

JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 778.2614






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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 19, 1962

have returned Marbleliead, Mass-

MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE for the summer. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER '

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Beach Anna Maria Island Florida
.* 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print."-LORD BYRON Marion S warts of Bradenton Beach ,
Mr. Swans brother Everett
- - were
*f* "
I LTIUPYS EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mr:,. Swart of U. S. Naval Station at May-
COURT: )Ir. and Mr*. Fla.. and David Bear of Bra- ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
Ohio George Lang of Chicago Mr. and port ,
of St. ,
O. Marys
. Raymond Mr*. DeVcrne Anderson of Columbia, denton Beach.
Mr. S. F. Schnehl of St.
Mr. and S *
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Waller LAN VIN
Marx, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. John Recent of Mr. and Mrs-- William ..
of HarkJfburg, Ala. Mr*. Cora guests YOUR MONEY CHANELREVLON
Fields and family of Woodstock, Ont.
Klien of Cincinnati. C. Searl at their home on -17th
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guoingcr HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. Street Holmes Beach were Dr. and BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN
of Hudson Ohio. and' .Ir!. George A. Meek of "'r. flyers Mr*. Paul D. Bagwell and Mr. and
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Bruder of Mi>. Lloyd Johnson of Birmingham i: WHITMAN
Mrs. Julian C. Durrance of Ft. Meade Mich. Dr. Bagwell is a presidentof
Vucaipa. Cal. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. past -I COMPLETE
.Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Motzot of Shwarx of Rochester Minn. Mr. the United States Junior Chamberof
Zephyrhills Mr. and Mrs. Roger Commerce and a former Republican
and Bruce
Mrs. D. Martz of Hornell, ?
L. Godwin and family of Uhrichsville, rY.. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gibson of candidate for Governor of Michi t j .
Ohio C. W. Allice of Sarasota.HALEY'S .
He formerly was head of the
Lake; Worth Mr. and Mrs. J. J. gan.
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.S. Roden of Okemo, Mich. Mr. and Speech Department of Michigan State LINE
C. Farina and Mr. Fernando Car. Mrs. W. G. Lay of Whitmore Lake, University and is now president of
doso of Tampa Mrs. R. Schnibbc 'tieh.fr.. and Mrs. William M. the King-Stevenson Funds Inc. IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
MM. W. C. Fuhner and Miss Bernice Other recent at the Searl%
Dod on of Minford Ohio Mr. and guests
Fuhner all of Kenoza N. Y. Dr. .(rf. Marvin E. Loren of Antioch 111. home were Miss Gale LindaGower, DRUG STORE Service
and Mrs. J. Brewster and family of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Buebe of a student at the University of Michigan,
Owen Sound Ont. Mr. and Mrs.T. Willision Park N. Y. who spent her Easter vacation with her
_ Mostoller of Lakeland ... Bob
O. and Mrs. Neil G. McMillanSr.
:
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mr,. parents Open Sundays 1:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
May and Douglas Leatherman of Mans of Grove Park. Clinton Comu
IVley E. Colter of New York City .
field. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Baker and family who visited them last "" ,'k.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. of Lansing? Mich. Mrs. M. A. Phone 771-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEll, Pharmacist
and Mrs. Al Stevens of Winter Haven
Kirgrr of Denver, Col.; Mr. and
... Lt. Col. and Mrs. David Brennan,
Mrs. \V. H. Craft of Columbus, Ohio Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Ethel Brennan and Melanie Bren W. Welch of Boulevard have
Virginia Walker Linda Baunian Bay
nan all of Oakville Ont. Mr. and Merilre Kellermann and Sandra Salt been Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harris, Mr.
Mr*. Fred W. Vichert of Tenafly, N. J. GIFTS For EASTER
all of Elgin. 111. and Mrs. Ernest Harris,Mr. and Mrs.
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. Allen
:
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chittenden and daughter Susan
)E. Uhl of Palatine. 111. Mr. and
M. G. Agler of Warren Ohio Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Firestone,
Mrs. E. O. Hart of Syracuse, N. Y. SHORT SETSLINGERIE
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ferguson of and Mrs. Wayne Brooks of Afhtabula, all of Cleveland, Tenn. For HER .. .
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. William Britt .
Col.'Ir.. and Mrs. Robert
Denver
of Dania Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Hackney of Indianapolis Mr. and O'Dair of Millington Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Storer and SWIM WEAR

-'Irlf. Richard Johnsonbaugh of Lincoln BAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS family of Dayton, Ohio are vacation- BLOUSESDRESSES
ton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. War. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kitchens of Mary: ing at McDonald Apartments. ,
IHT of Elmwood Park 111. vine Mich. ,

WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. Miss Virginia Eich of Milwaukeeand SKIRTS

and Mrs. L. A. Reymond and familyof Valparaiso University, Valpar-
UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance
Riverside, 111.LAYZL1VN aiso, Ind., is spending the Easter
APARTMENTS: Mr. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. August HAWAIIAN SHIRTS
( Payment Required) and Mrs. Donald Bradley of Detroit For HIM.
1.00 inch; 50c minimumYOU Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. White Honig of Oak.Avenue. Anna Maria. WALKING SHORTS

and son Greg of Erlanger. Ky. SPORT SHIRTSCABANASETS
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Standish ofWillimantic Guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeraldMc-
will LIKE the PRICE of this Conn. Mr. and Mr*. Manamy and family at Merrimac on
attractive 1534 sq. ft. home, cus- C. R. Bull of Whitly, Ont. Mr. the Gulf have been Mr. McManamy's SWIM TRUNKS
tom built 3 years ago. Owner working and Mrs. Max Hull of Fraser, Midi. brother and sister-in-law, Judge

out of state. Delightful livingroom Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Lawson of and Mrs. E. J. McManamy of Mon-
31 x 16; Florida room; 2 BR; E. Detroit Mr. and Mrs.!. Robert treal, who left for home this week l 4 /
2 tiled baths; dining room; all electric Wf' miller and daughter Carol of De. after spending three weeks on the
kitchen; short block from troit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Denny Island.
best Gulf beach. 213 Periwinkle and Howard Denny of Concord: N. C. .5 Layaway Phone
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Jewellof
just inside A. M. city limits.
Mr. and Mrs.M. of
J. :
Monroy Tops-
Frostproof Mr. and Mrt Plan sc4 cR rrcert R women 778-1161
Orville W. Parrish of Dayton. Ohio field, Mass. are spending a few

YEARLY RENTAL: Efficiency be- Mr. and Mrs. William RosMiian days with Mrs. Monroy's parents,
tween Bay & Gulf, 145 per month. and daughters Barb and Beth of Ba. Dr. and Mrs. William Gray of Key IRENE CASSADY, OWNER

PHONE 7782776. to\ia, Ohio. Royale Drive.

.s. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr:. 5.
FREE TRASH PICK UP in Anna and Mrs. A. W. Bryant and family of CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. For A Happy Easter-
Maria City, April 16 to May 1, 1962.
Lakeland Mr. and' Mrs. C. J.
Stillman of Huntington W. Va.
Hugh
All material to be placed near the King of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs
curb and burnable trash be Dr. and Mrs. Bradner and familyof GIFTS FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
only to Davis Piper of Tipton, Ind..lr.
Warwick N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.
hauled away, and only that which and Mrs. Lee R. Commings and familyof PLUS A FULL SELECTION OF CARDSBy
can be lifted by one man. The pickup Bedford Ind. Mr. and Mr. Donald Young of Fort Meade.
55
will start in south end of city Jacob Burkhart of New Albany Md. Norcross

and only one pick up per home .. )Ir. and Mrs. Arthur C. Reppen- Mr. and Mrs. Lester V. McBrideand
will be made.SUBSCRIBE hagen of Owosso>>, Mich. Mr. and son of Kalamazoo, Mich. are REMEMBER FREE Gift and Mail Wrapping On All Purchases
Mrs. R. W. Sanford and son of Arlington guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahar of

to The Islander for only] Heights, III. Mr. and Mr?. Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. RENTAL LIBRARY
Harold K. Crawford and family of *
$3.50 have it delivered
and
l 1t1 mail per each year Thursday. Mail your Racine. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mr. and Mrs. William Hague of 78th r The Sand Dollar Gift ShopShirley
Stone of
Birmingham Mich. Mr.
check, plus your mail address to The Street returned recently from a tripto
and Mrs. L. B. of Montreal
McCurdy and John Duyttchaier
Islander, Anna Maria. Florida. Dingmans Ferry, Pa.
Mrs. Jack Steele and family of .
;>ew Albany Md. *
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE BAY BREEZE COURT: Mr. and!
Recent of Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
: Mowing edging trimming Mr*. W. I. Thompson of Toms Rater guests For TheARTIST -
wood D. R. Smith of 58th Street
Floor cleaned sad polished N. J. were
Window washed and oiled their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. paint-by-

... Prompt and fflckat .... Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lively) have returned and Mrs. J. H. Morrison of Detroit,
Idle rate reference foraiahcd. to Catr Springs.: Ga. for the and son John, and Mr. and Mrs. E.'I number A Complete

Kea Fellow Phone 778-2094 summer. K. Hayes of Chicago. Line of
after 430. 5. wall 'J

Mr. and Mr*. C. P. Fletcher who Mrs. } Supplies.
Genevieve Beachler of St.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Sen. have pent several month in the De- C.-
ica. Bradenton Beach Fire DepU Wolf cottage, have returned to Empire, Petersburg a recent guest of Mr. panels
Frank Beard. 7781431. Mich for the summer. and Mrs. Harry Cole, who are spend-
ing several weeks at the Ayala Cot- l

ISLANDER PHOTOS: Aa a service Mr. anal Mrs. S. Abbott lIuhhin.-o1l tage on Tuna Street, Anna Maria.

tooarreadera, S by 7 enlargement
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any picture eypeariag
larder are available at 81.25 each. WE HAVE IT...


FOR SALE: Indian Head Pennies, FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
30* each.John W. Millington Coin

and Stamp Shop, Ellenton, Florida.
VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

FOR SAIL catamaran. Low
: Sailing -
mileage. Fiberglass pontoons. Lateen
rig. New Johnson Motor. Tel. ISLAND TV PP
7782391. $950. Good Condition. WU
GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703 I

GET THE FACTS. Let us show you

how we have helped others to be- 778-1020
Zenith 1JP
come financially independent sell- ICOLORI Philco

ing Raleigh Products. Good local-

ity now available in Manatee Co.

Write Rawleigh Dept. FAD-501-* SPECIAL

Memphis, Tenn. The Best


FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom \
apartment with all-electric kitchen Insurance REGULAR 49c SPONGES
and tile bath. Annual basis $65

per month plus utilities. 7781696. atq

Always 25c Each
ALTERATIONS as aB Uaaa ., elath- Only

tea> Pnaaaiaihu On,... Phaa

Mr* Frtak Beard. TTEWL ;jguance Costs Less Dobbe's bland Hardware


FOR SALE: 2 Large Holmes Beach Holmes' leach 77M697 & Marine Supply

Lola with plenty of treea. Near or If tft Central Hardware or HouMvarts or Garden S.ppli.t, wt have it-

Shopping Center and zoned for 77a.IS&1YOUI or will get it for you 778-2111

Dapteiea. $2,500 each, terma.
AUTHORIZED DEALERS Larson Boot., Scott & Evlnrudo
Call 778-1010, falter S. Hardia
ISLAND'S OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY Motors, Murray Troll ore.
Realty Co., lac., Realtors.

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