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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: May 24, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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No. 550 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1962 TEN CENTS


C. G. AUXILIARY ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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OFFICERS INSTALLED fIIIIJ2: HEARS REPORT ON PROPOSED INFORMATION CENTERAt

Officers the recently organizedAnna gip last week's meeting of the Island Chamber of Commerce, John
Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. : : 4rx. Beckett, chairman of a committee charged with investigating the feasibility -
S. CoastGuard Auxiliary were installed of establishing a tourist welcome and information center on the
at a meeting at the parish :: i Island reported. on the committee's activities. i
house of the Church of The Annunciation Beckett said the committee had sist in maintaining such a center.
last week. considered and rejected two possible The chamber adopted the sugges-
District Commodore E. E. Van- 1 I sites near the County Beach, tion that $510 in the map fund be
DerVeer of St. Petersburg installedthe a .f one in the beach pavilion itself, but transferred the general fund as

officers, and District Commander was considering favorably another needed for regular expenses.
site on the causeway to the Anna During a discussion of the proposednew
Capt. Richard Hamilton of Sar-
asota was one of the speakers of the Maria Bridge, near the Route 789 bus service to the Island C. E.
evening.The : c. cutoff intersection. He added that Brewer, chairman of the transport-
honored guest and principal }1 he doubted permission to use the ation committee, reported that Jesse -
speaker at the meeting was Commander -c. site could be secured from the State C. Wright, who wants to start the
KennethGoodwin of the U. Road Department.He service, has received permission to
estimated of the do from the State Railroad and
cost building so
S. Coast Guard Air Station in St. "
Petersburg. 3l needed would be about $3,000, and Public Utilities Commission. If he

J. Hartley Blackburn of Holmes Officers of Anna Maria Island Flotilla 99, U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, monthly maintenance for utilitiesand can resolve other problems, he may
Beach was master of ceremonies for were installed last week at a meeting at the Parish House of the Churchof similar charges would be from start operating on June 1.
, the evening. The Annunciation by the District Commodore of the Auxiliary, E. E. $200 to $300.Beckett Lee reported that ata recent meet t
Officers of the organization are VanDerVeer of St. Petersburg. Speakerin picture is Commander Kenneth said enthusiasm for the ing, the organizational committee _
\ George O. Athorne, commander; Goodwin of the U. S. Coast Guard Station in St. Petersburg, prin- project wai evident. In Bradenton of the new County wide Chamber of M
I M. G. Akins, vice commander; D. cipal speaker of the evening. (Islander Photo) Beach, BobReineland former Mayor Commerce had agreed to include in
O. Smith,communications officer; P. C. VanRensselaer had contacted its by-laws, provision for associate
. Dr. Edgar W. Huth, training offi- BUS SERVICE SCHEDULED TO START JUNE FIRST 31 business people, and 28 had members, a point of concern of the I
pledged financial support.In local chamber. Annual dues in that
cer; William Dahlgren, acting Jessie C. Wright of Bradenton announced Buses will leave 10th and Manateeat
Holmes Beach, Tom Edwards classification probably would be$15
training officer; Gail P. Turpen, Monday that he plans to 7 and 9:15 a.m. and every two
had instead of the
received
similar pledges from $40 charged regular
finance officer;Clyde A. Fore, operations operate a daily bus service betweenthe hours thereafter until 5:15 p.m. Inbound I
of eleven with such
eight persons contacted members associate mem-
officer; Col. Edward V. will leave the Anna Ma-
Island and Bradenton
starting trips making a total of approximately bers having the right to vote in the
Chandler, public instruction offi- 8 and f
ria Pier at 10:15
a.m. ,
Friday, June 1. City
$1,000 division to which but
already pledged. they belonged,
cer;L. M. (Humbug) Cobb, special Wright, an employee of Cities and at two hour intervals thereafter.
Jack Marshall] who is working on not in the County Chamber.
staff officer; Mrs. George O. Ath-.Transit, Inc. of Florida, former op- Wright said he is considering the the project in Anna Maria, said he President Lee said he feels that the
and
orne, public relations officer, erator of the Island bus run, said purchase of a 30-passenger bus for
local chamber
had made calls with
some good re- as presently organi-
Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn, chair- he has purchased the franchise for charter work, which the franchise
sults. Col. F. A. Chihon, another zed can continue to exist, and that
of the
man hquse committee. the from Cities Transit for and if traffic ,
t run an permits, passenger on member of the committeewas not its affiliation with the larger group
bus is sufficient he
undisclosed sum. theregular run ,
at the meeting.At will not interfere with local prob-
'. -., EVERETT C. BLISS A A12passenger will be used by will use the larger bus on the run.
/ the suggestion of President Bill lems or projects, but will assist in I
: .-, Everett C. Bliss 65, of 521 ,Key the new oper tor %schedule.of._$efPtoU}'&!.I poor)financial return Lee, the matter was tabled until the those projects. |
Royal Drive, Holmes Beach, died six round trips daily except Sunday. cited by previous operators ,of the next meeting. He said that perhapsthe He urged a greater effort on build- |\:
Saturday May 19, at a local hos- Wright plans to drive the bus him- run as the reason for abandoning it, countywide chamber might as- ing up the anti-mosquito fund. .
pital. self, and if patronage on the line Wright feels careful one-man operation -

Born in Elyria,Ohio, he moved to seems to warrant it, he will provide "Could make some moneyfor MRS. MARTHA HALLMrs. than S. Hall of Knoxville, Tenn. ,
the Island from Silver Lake. Mich. service on Sunday. its owner, if people on the Island David B. Hall of Los Alamos, N.
five years ago. The route to be followed will be patronize the service.** Martha Hall of. 815 North M. .and John C. Hall of Orchard
He was a sales representative of from the bus transfer point at 10th He pointed out that he will be on Shore Drive, Anna Maria, died at Lake, Mich.
the Rigid Tool Mfg. Co. of Elyria. Street and Manatee Avenue, Brad- leave of absence from Cities Tran- her home Sunday, May 20, after a Funeral services were held Tues-
He was a charter member of Elyria enton, south on Route 301.to Cor- sit, and if the run is not patronized long illness. She was born in Wis- day morning at the Episcopal Churchof
Post 12, American Legion; and a tez Road, west on Cortez Road to enough make it worthwhile fina- consin and moved to the Island 12 The Annunciation with the Rev.
m e m b e r of King Solomon Lodge, the Island via the Cortez Bridge ncially, he will be able to return to years ago from Millington, N. J. Gerald K. Lowe rector of the
F&AM, of Elyria;D e W i 11 Clinton south to Bridge Street, then north his present job. She was member of the Episcopal church, officiating. Additional ser- J
Consistory, Grand Rapids, Mich. ; along Gulf Drive to the Anna Mar- Church of The Annunciation. vices and burial were to take placein
Saladin Temple Shrine Grand Rapids ia City Pier with a regular stop at ANNUAL WIENER ROASTThe Survivors include three sons, Na- MilUngton, N. J.

and the High Twelve Club of the Manatee County Beach pavilion. annual wiener roast for the .......
Anna Maria Island. On the return trip, the same route pupils of the Island School will take .

Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Gladys will be followed, with a stop at the place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat- --FJ '. ff
Bliss of Holmes Beach. Trailways Terminal on 13th Street urday, May 26, at the Anna Maria >''''': /* .,....,<,
Funeral services were held Tues- West to discharge or pick up pass- Bay Park, under the sponsorship and )
day morning at Griffith-Cline Island engers.In supervision of the members of the
Chapel, with the Rev. Richard K. addition to the passenger ser- Island Lions Club. ;
Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial vice, Wright will pick up an J del- According to Snooks Adams of the t I
Community Church, officiating.Burial iver small parcels along the route. arrangements committee, mer-
was in Hart Cemetery Hart, Passenger fare for the: Bradenton chants on the Island have contributed \
Mich. trip will be 45 cents one way, and 100 pounds of hot dogs and 40
80,cents round trip. Fare anywhereon cases of soft drinks for the event.
LETTER TO SRD the Island will be 20 cents. The Children will be able to swim at

REPORTED TO CHAMBER rate for parcels will be 50 cents for the,park under adult supervision.AM .

Reporting to last week's meetingof anything under two pounds.

the Island Chamber of Commerce. MOSQUITO FUND PRAM FLEET SCORESIn
as chairman of its sign committee
CONTRIBUTORSContributors a seven-fleet pram regatta at
Jean-Paul. Laurentsaid that Har-
ry Varley former publisher of THE to the Anna Maria Island LongboatKey Sunday, Dennie Ren-
ISLANDER had written to a State Anti-Mosquito Fund last week now and John Bear of the Anna Mar-
Road Department official statingthat were: Archie R. McFadden, K. W. ia Pram Fleet scored first in the
three Chamber of Commerce S ten strom, William S. Hay CoanH. girls'event and second in the boys' SEAGOING BEAUTY in an Island canal. Twenty-eight foot sloop
welcome signs were installed in illegal Adams Mildred N. Aikman, race, respectively.Other SASSAFRAS, owned by Jack Robson of St. Petersburg, has a few days'
:\ locations on State rightsofway. William F. Hahn Jr. Joseph Ronan members of the Island fleet rest in canal north of Willow Avenue Anna Maria after competing in
)I Louise M. Boozer Harry Varley who took part in the regatta were Saturday's St. Petersburg to Sarasota Royal Gaboon Race. (Islander

After making his report St. Lau- H. E. Cox Talbot Brewer L. R. Jean Blackburn, Glen Turvaville Photo) ,
rent resigned from the committee Arnold Irene G. Gaskill Molly C. Greg Borden Lee Ann Hoffman Jeff
and left the meeting. Walker Theodore La Void and PeterC. Boyd David Lamb din and Lance 4ia ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Jack Marshall t former president' Karr. Lambdin.
of the chamber slid mother SRD The fund is used solely for larvi- Pram fleets which participated, in Temparotvras
official had called on him and told ciding mosquitoes on the Island tinder addition host Longboat Key and Water Rotnf.ll8am
him about Varley' complaint. the supervision of a committee the Island group were St. Petersburg Noon 6pm High

Marshall then introduced a motion I to refuse St. Laurent's resignation :headed by hardware merchant Al and Manatee River. May 16--76 84 80 86 80 None
and to give him a vote of confidence :Dobbe. The regatta was held at the long- May 17--74 82 84 92 81 None
and thanks for his "outstand Persons who have not yet contrib- boat Key Municipal Pier and luncheon May 18--76 84 76 92 81 None
ing work on the sign committee.I uted to;the fund are asked to make was served to the youngsters May 19--76 84 78 88 81 None
:he motion was seconded by Var-I checks payable to AMI Anti-Mos- following a brief church service. May 20--78 84 80 90 81 None
-jsy and pasted unanimou!l I quito and give or send them to Sixty-five sailors took part in the May 21--77 86 81 92 82 None
(Continued en Page's) C. E. Brewer at the Island Bank. events.





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Pie 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 24, 1962



The Islander ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA an

ense .
TELEPHONE 718.2021

By THE EDITOR

Editor: ................................STEVE: KIMBALL I E
Several of the majestic man-o -
e
News and advertising............MARGE KIMBALL war birds soaring over the Island the

Moll Address Anna Maria, Florida past few days, supposedly an indic-

ation of approaching stormy wea-

Subscription $3.50 a year $2.00 for six months, payabU In ther.

ad vane*-Canada, $5.00 per y.ar. An item in a question and answer

Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for column gives the bird the honor of

sis consecutive Insertions If paid by tenth of following month. }
the fastest flyer "This honoris
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being --
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. '
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generally given to the frigate bird
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CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAYAn of the American tropics. Its speed \t" ---

hasbeenestimatedatover200 mph. .
independent weekly published every Thursday by Of all birds it has the greatest plane / J

I THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida area in proportion to weight and its

Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879. plumage and pectoral muscles make
up at least 47 per cent of the total -

body weight. It is also known as the

man-o'-war bird and gets its names

from its habit of stealing fish from ?

Welcome Mr. WrightSince other birds that are slower and weaker. .-f'.

The frigate bird is ideally designed -

for flying but has consider-

the operator of the Island bus line suspended service in August able difficulty in landing and tak- -. ; ".'>I.;

some Island residents have missed it sorely and many others ing off. In flight its six-foot wing- ;w'" -:..',' ,- "

agree that some form of public transportation here is extremely des- span and deeply forked tail make a *..,.",. t !. .T f""i: w

irable.At handsome sight.MWhen

long last, a Bradenton man, Jesse C. Wright has indicated he we see a group of these birds THE CASE FOR LOT CLEARING bolstered a little by these before and

planstoresume the bus service. Mr. Wright's announcement indicateshe riding the up-drafts--and there are
after of Anna
pictures a lot on Pine Avenue Maria. Lot was clearedat
is a man of courage and temerity especially in view of the poor never enough of the birds flying together pwner's expense, but with the encouragement and cooperation of

record of financial return reported by the two previous operators of the to call a flock--they remind
Mayor Jim Ferguson and the Anna Maria City Commission. (Islander
line the reason given for discontinuing in both cases. us of Chinese or Japanese kites. All Photo)

W. W. Chastain and his son, Waldron Chastain who operated the angles and no curves. ,

run for a number of years gave as their reason for giving up the run, e e NOTICEA for .ach district, to-wit ,

that it lost money consistently. Later Cities Transit ran the line for Last week only an hour or two after A. Uses permitted in C-1 District

approximately 18 months, and abandoned the run for the same reason. the paper had been delivered to public hearing will b. held at Prof.ssionaloffic.sof the followings -
7:30 P.M., Jun. 5, 1962 at the City
The latter company through its Bradenton manager Reuben Ford, newsstands, very polite young Office Holmes Beach, Florida to Medical doctors (but not doctors -

said the line not only didn't make a profit, but it lost money at an lady phoned tell us we had omit- consider adoption of the follow of veterinary m.dicin.), Architects
Accountants, Doctors of
ted the name of Elizabeth Ann Wil- ing Ordinance: -
rate of $20 to $30 day.
average per Dentistry, Attorneys, Real Estate
Cities Transit, Inc. of Florida is a large company which operatesbus liams from a list of Island students PROPOSED ORDINANCEAN offices Contractors' Offices, Land
who had become members of the ORDINANCE AMENDING ORD- Developers' offices, Advertising
lines in approximately a dozen Florida and Georgia cities, thus
INANCES NOS. 2 AND 41, BASIC agencies. Abstractors of Titles, (
qualifying it as an efficient and experienced organization. But neitherits Manatee High Chapter of the Nat- ZONING ORDINANCES OF THE Insurance Companies, Public Stenographers ,

efficiency nor experience seemed to help it make money on the run ional Honor Society. We hasten to CITY OF HOLMES BEACH BY Travel Bureaus, Financial
to the Island. reassure Elizabeth that the omissionwas SUBSTITUTING THREE (3)) ZON- Institutions, Tax Service Bureaus
ING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATIONSFOR ,Bond and Stock Brokers, Collection -
Besides the general fact that it lost money, the specific reason for unintentional, and to offer her COMMERCIAL USES OF Agencies, Credit Bureaus,

losing money was what its officials called the widespread practice on our heartiest congratulations for her LAND, INSTEAD OF ONE CLASS- Detective Bureaus, Employment

the Island of friends or neighbors picking up potential bus passengers achievement. We well rememberthe IFICATION (C-1)) HITHERTO IN Agencies,Opticians,Chiropractors,
SAID ORDINANCES NOS. 2 AND Electrotheraplsts, Engineers (in-
even as they waited for the bus, plus the use of carpools or unlicensed day a few years ago when our 41} AMENDING ORDINANCESNOS. eluding surveyors), Masseurs, Naturopaths -

jitneys. well beloved son announced he had 52 AND 91 RELATING TO Oculists, Optometrists,

Since the discontinuance of bus service there has been much been elected to the same society REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRiCT.IONS .- Osteopaths, Physical Therapists, ta..
FOR DISTRICTS ZONED Psychologists, Psychiatrists, and
of form of bus the announcement following a par-
and individual for
organized agitation resumption some COMMERCIAL BY PROVIDING T.l.phon. Answering Services. e
of need desire for such trans ental comment thathe wasn't work- THAT THE PROVISION OF THESE
transportation indicating some feeling or B. Uses p.rmitt.d in C-2 District 1
ing hard enough on his.studies. ORDINANCES NOS. 52 AND 91
portation.Mr. SHALL APPLY TO THE THREE All uses permitted in C-l District, \
has been he believes the line makea plus Retail Bakeries, BarberShops
Wright quoted as saying can In support of the garden clubs' effort NEW CLASSIFICATIONS, AND
profit by keeping it small and if it is patronized by the residents of REPEALING ALL PARTS OF B.auty Parlors, Billiard
toward beautification of the Island Parlors, Catering and Preparation
the Island. It is interesting to note that he did not burn all his bridges and ORDINANCES 2, 41, 52, AND of foods for consumption off prem
by clearing cleaning up 91 WHICH ARE IN CONFLICT
behind him but left the way open so he could return to his present job have HEREWITH. is.s, Dry Cleaning and Laundry
vacant we reproduced
property Pick-up and Delivery Stations, Tailors -
if his new venture does not prosper. at the right, before and after pictures WHEREAS, th. growth of the Seamstresses, Alteration

Now because of the dismal financial record of the Island bus run, of a lot on Pine Avenue which City of Holmes Beach has cr.at.d Shops, Jewelry Stores, Watch Repair -
and the number of past failures it appears that the new service very n..d for additional areas that can Shops, Automatic Laundries,
has just undergone a trimming. accommodate commercial establishments -
well maybe,the last opportunity Islanders will have to enjoy the con- and, Coin operated Laundries and Coin
If you are in the general vicinityand operated Dry Cleaning Establishments -
venience of public transportation here. want to judge for yourself, it is WHEREAS, th.r. are certain areas Photographers, Photo and
So the answer should be very apparent--if value the service and directly across the street from the where some of the business Developing Shops, Retail Grocery
want it to continue--PATRONIZE IT! .stablishm.nts hitherto permittedin Stores (but not sale or dressing of
Phelps Nursery. the district classification designated live poultry), Restaurants, Cafeterias -
-- hitherto as C-l. would b. Schools operating for profit
DIRECTLY ON THE objectionable as adversely affecting (such as Business or Commercial
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
the value of surrounding property Schools or Colleges), Dancing
LOW GULF BEACH but where certain oth.r businesses Schools, B.auty Culture or Barber
MAY --HIGH- -- -
THE ALL-MODERN may reasonably b. conduct.d. Schools, Art Schools, Nursery
... 2.10 1.9 .. 10110 p.m.0.1 .
24 Thur. -- -- p.m. N- --N--N--- Schools. Kindergarten Schools. Music -
._..... ._ 11108 0.6 Schools. Commercial Laboratory
25 Frl. NNN--- 3115 p.m. 1.7 .IT. p.m. Gulf Park NOW THEREFORE BE IT OR- -
26 Sat. 7.56 1.1 4139 1.5 10lSO a.m. 1.0 .--.------ .- Retail Furniture Store. In
a.m. p.m. DAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN tenor Decorating Shops Shoe Repair .
27 Sun. 8107 a.m. 1.2 6115 p.m. 1.3 12:05 a.m.0.4 12i32 p.m. 0.8 FOR MOBILE HOMES OF THE CITY OF Shops. Book Stores. Music
28 Mon. 8126 a.m. 1.4 7119 p.m. 1.1 12156 a.m.-0.2 1i54 p.m. 0.4 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Stores. Libraries. Drug Stores Sun.

29 Tue. 8.50a.m. 1.6 9il7 p.m. 1.0 1i42 a.m. 0.0 3>00 p.m. 0.1 Private Beach Section 1. Th.r. shall b. three dry Stores Stores.Hobby Gift Shops and Hardware Novelty

30 Wed. 9117 a.m. 1.7 10141 p.m. 1.0 2-23 a.m. 0.2 3155 p.m.0.2 Boat BasinAccommodations I classifications of commercial zoning Stores Retail Clothing Stores.
for i districts, to b. h.nc.forth designated Men's and Women's Wearing Apparel
31 Thur. 9146 a.m. 1.9 12:00 Mid. 1.0 2.59 a.m. 0.5 4145 p.m. 0.5 Stores. Bowling Alleys Retail
Trailers up to 53'I C-1. C-2, and C-3.
For Cortex and Bradenton Beach,.add seven minutes to high tide readingand I Department Store, Variety Store
Recreation Hall Shuttltboord district Dry Goods Store. Office Suppliesand
Section 2. Any or ar.anot
add on* hour, six minute to low tide reading. -Cocktail Bar Equipment. Home Furnishing
hitherto zon.d, or zoned for
Delicatessen. Retail Household Appliance
BRADENTON BEACH other than commercial uses, which Dealer. Multigraphing. MI.meoraphlnc. *
aft.r the passage of this ordinance Blue Printing. Photo
shall b. zoned for commercial stating or Bookbinding Shop. Thea
PHELPS NURSERY tres. Radio and Television Sales
OURONLY I uses, shall b. placed in one of the and Service.
thr. classifications listed in Section C. Uses permitted In C-3 District
1.Section. All uses permitted in C-l and
FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS C-2 Districts. Aircraft operators for
3. All districts or areas carrying passengers for hire air
BUSINESS hitherto zoned C-l (hereinafter call.d craft landing fields. Ambulance
HIBISCUS OUR SPECIALTY "Former C-l"), shall after the Service and Funeral Homes or.
Parlors. Automobile Repair Garages
of this Ordinance b. designated
passage Automobile Repair Garages
LANDSCAPINGPINE INSURINGAUTOS as C-3 District Automobile Filling Stations Auto- \
mobile Wash and Polish Stations.
of Ordinances
Section 4. All provisions Automobile Rentals. Bicycle SalesRepair
Nos. 52 and 91, relating to ( or Rental Shop). Boat
AVENUE PHONE 778-1501 requirements and restrictions applying Builders. Boat Dealers and Marine
to C-l District"Former Supplies Boat Marinas Repairsto
boats and motors. Sale of Boats
NORTH END ANNA MARIA HOMES C-l") shall after the passage of and Marine Supplies. Storage and
this Ordinance apply to all thr. Rental of Boats and Motors. t
new district classifications, namely Broadcasting and Television Station.
BOATS Electrical Stores.
Plumbing Stores
C-l. C-2. and C-3.
Heating Stores. Painting Stores Air
New PHILCO AirconcMtionersNow Section Section 2 of OrdinanceNo. Conditioning Stores. Refrigeration \
BUSINESSES 41 is hereby amended to call Stores. Roofing Stores Hauling and

In StockALL ..---..-.--.- for the division of the City of Cleaning General Establishments Contractors Stores.employing Dry
Holmes Beach into eight ((8) instead no more than five persons Ex. V
of six ((6) Zoning Districts, terminators. Diiinfectors. Fumiga- (
SIZES AND MODELS READY FOR DELIVERY.. CALL TODAY namely, R-l-A, R-l, R-2 R-3, A-1, tors. Furniture Repair and Upholstering
Printing and Lithography
COMPARE OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY C-I C-2. and C3. Shop. Newspaoer Publishing. NUT
JOHN P. HUTHINSURANCE Section 6.Section 2-D of Ordinance serv and Garden Supplies, Doctors
No.2 is hereby r.p.al.d, and in its of Veterinary Medicine.
Ant business or profession that
STARTING FROM S194.95-AND UP
place the following is substituted is not listed in the C-l. C-2 or

ALSO USED AIR CONDITIONSRS UP USE REGULATIONS, COMMERCIAL C-3 nature zones and operation and is comparable with any use in

DISTRICTS. in the- C-l. Co%. or CJ Zone may
be permitted in that
SOUND PLANNING The uses of land, and construction comparable
ISLAND TV zone if approval Is secured from
of buildings, in the three commercial the Board of Aldermen.
districts henceforth designated Section 7. All parts of Ordinances
BUDGET TERMS C-1. C-Z. and C-3, shall com- in conflict with the provisions of
HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778.1703 this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
GULF DRIVE.
limitations
I 778.1022 778-2009 ply with the following Pauline H. Archer. City ClerkI"



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Tlmraday, May 24, 1962 THE ISLANDER Pap 3

VFW Meeting Ida.Gradually more and more tour- Tropical Vista, winner of the lea- MODEL PLANE CONTESTRules

an ists are dropping in to leave their gue championship, received $94,
At a recent meeting of Anna Mar- >ense .> names,and larger quarters are plan- and the last place team, $53, with for the model plane contest
ia Island Post 99, Veterans of Foreign ned for later this year. other teams'winnings scaled accor- announced recently are now available -

Wars, newly elected officers By THE EDITORThe With Marie as his assistant, and ding to their final standings. at the Island Hobby Shop and

were installed by visiting officers of is of with additional help, Wathen has Team and individual trophies wentto at Charters, Inc. at the south end "
following a reprint a recent -
the Florida Department of VFW. article in WEEKEND MAGA- sent out some 150,000 brochures to Tropical Vista, and a trophy to of the Holmes Beach Airstrip.
Those installed were: Earl Nies- Canada and the U. S. and has kept Clyde Harman as the league's most Judging for the contest will take
ZINE, a weekly supple-
newspaper
man, commander; Glenn Carlson, ment similar to several with which the c en t e r open 24 hours a day. improved bowler. place at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 15,
senior vice commander; Hollie Ellis Running it was a full-time job for Prizes also went to the following: at the lot north of the Holmes Beach
almost is familiar. It enjoys -
everyone
junior vice commander; JosephF. a circulation in Canada of more Marie till late last fall, when she For high individual series Bob City Office.
White, quartermaster; John Yar- than2,600,000 in38 Sunday returned to classes at University of Guild, 705;Jim Wuichet, 638, and The contest is open to Island boys

row, chaplain;Henry Roehlk, James Doyle Klyn, women's editor papers.of the Tampa. But most weekends ana Lloyd Hanson, 637. For high game, only, with competition for boys under -
Ferguson and Ted LaVold, trustees; was author of the. article holidays find her back at the center. the same three bowlers in the same 14, and from 14 to 18, in each
magazine
and appointed officers, Ed Sitts, following a visit to the County and There her friendly interest gives order, 275, 267 and 264. of the three categories.Class .
adjutant; J. R. Sneeden,service officer the Island. the center a more personal contact High team series, Tropical Vista, I, flying models from kits;

and Harry McCallum, ser- than is usually found in tourism. 3,175 Stanley Insurance, 3,135, Class U, non-flying models from

geant-at-arms. Marie St. Laurent, granddaughterof "That little girl, said a Toron- and VanOstenhridge Builders, kits, and Class m, flying models

Canada's former Prime Minister, tonian who had stopped to pick up 3,116. High team games, Stanley from original designs.
LEGAL NOTICE lives in Florida but constantly meets his mail, "made mother and me Insurance, 1,115 Tropical Vista, Boys may enter the contest on or

INVITATION TO BID Canadians because of her work at feel as if our grandson's letter was 1,108, and;Dick Wagner Realty, after Wednesday, May 30, at the

Th. Board of Commlisioncrs of the an unusual tourist service in Brad- the most important thing in the 1,107. office of Charters Inc.
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will re *- *
.iv. .ald bids at the City Offic until enton, on Florida's west coast. world. A
general league meeting, at
Noon, Monday, Jun. 4, 1962, from licensed Marie helped another Canadian,
contractors to install one (1) BOWLING which new officers will be elected
LEAGUE BANQUETThe
Shuffleboard Court according to the following Duncan Wathen,start Florida message and player lists for the next season HARRY M. RIFE
ap.eiflcatlens.Ov.tall Center last June and was the annual post-season banquet of LICENSED
Ungtn, 52-O"2 width e-0', :submitted, has been scheduled for
installed over firm lvl bd (bliv no first employee at what Wathen calls the Island Bowling League was served Tuesday evening, July 31, at 7:30, PAINTING CONTRACTOR
fill required 5' of concrete (1 part cement "the tourist's worry-eliminator." at the Bradenton Club
Country ,at the Holmes Beach City Office.It .
2 parts sharp sand, 3K parts 34"rock "
or gravel 6 gallons water to bag "Travelers need to be carefree, Saturday evening, with 135 bowlers, BONDED AND INSURED
of cement. he explains, "and able to move wives, guests and sponsors enjoying
Twelve((12)-H"teel rod l.ngthwise.apaced from place to place.But they don't dinner and an evening of dancing.Tom pays to advertise-in The Is. Phone 778.1341
,
equally and wire meh. Float
well, and hand-trowel smooth and level. want to be cut off from important Edwards, league president, I lander.
At each .nd install top, a I'1 z 3" messages from home or business.And and Norman Johnston, league sec- i
board r.c.ss.d.xt.nding 1" above surface -
of court. that's where we come in. retary, made the awards of trophiesand
On outer *id* of court, lay 3" lab 1" Wathen came in from New Bruns- money prizes. :
below surface of finished court. 24" ROSE BUSHES
wide, pitched to drain with ramp at end wick at a time when Bradenton was
6' long, sloped up to level of court. hankering for more tourist publicity.He .
If further detail are neceary, *... persuaded the City Council to PEACOCK'SAPPLIANCES
courts in the City of Anna ilaria. TELEVISION IN BUD AND BLOOM
finance the center,a type of regis-
Commission retains the
right to reject AIR-CONDITIONERS
any or all bids. try which handles mail, telephonecalls MANY VARIETIESTO
Gladys Dumaine and telegrams, and hands out Expert and Prompt Service
CHOOSE FROM
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include: EFFICIENCIES .t St' : .giYsN.NORMAN Additions.. Trustworthy estimates I

ROSEDALE Anna Maria I
BEDROOMS and APARTMENTS. Off. 778-1410, Home 778-2591

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For Rtservotiont or Information Call 778-1511 Island Repair &

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Your Lawn, Garden and Pet Needs or problems our business.
, Anna Maria, Florida We.Service

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Anything in the ffectrcaLine

24 HOURAmbulance All Kinds of Repairing
-1: PHONE 778-2813 Give Me YOUR Vote "

Service

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MOST OF MY PAST 24 YEARS HAVE BEEN DEVOTEDTO
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Softeners and Filters VOLUNTARY SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF I

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WOMEN OF FLORIDA.
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PRINCIPLES AND AN ARDENT SUPPORTER OF THE
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., PARTY IN THOSE FIELDS WHERE POLITICAL

ecu keep AFFILIATIONS ARE VITAL.In .
ROY PHILLIPS
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I it COMPANY58th *, charities, in business and professional I I

I Street and Holmes Boulevard, associations, in university affairs-party politics become

1ftpJH114 Holmes Beach Tel. 778-14X6 subservient to the general good.
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As candidate for Democratic State Executive Committee-
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\67Ip1p woman, I appeal to you to vote for me with the assurance

YS r. 5 quires.that I will give the office all the time and energy It re-


While I appreciate the great honor if I am elected, I am

more concerned with the opportunity to extend my services .

to people and to our Democratic way of life.

Earnestly I ask for your vote and support.
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Changes in tax and estate laws can change the degreeto AT Some of my activities Founder of Memorial Hospital Auxiliary;

YOURSTORE aetlvo member of League of Women Voter; American Association -
which your true wishes are reflected in Will.
your of University Women; Committee of 100; Director of

Only you can make sure that your Will is kept up-to- OR Greater Bradenton Chamber of Commerce; Past President of
Brad.nton Woman's Club Past State Director of TB and
date, and in line with your wishes- by reviewingthat AT Health Asaoclatl on, and Past County President American
YOURDOOR Red Cross, and Past County Representative on the Seventh
vital document with your lawyer periodically District Stat. Welfare Board.VOTE.


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LEGAL NOTICE 31 pound grouper; Ernest Waters of

I !RESOL1UTIONr Let's GoFishing Tampa, 22 pound grouper and

A RESOLUTION RELATING TO Tommy Tyre of Tampa a 20 1/2
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE a- pounder.
ON A CERTAIN STREET IN THE CITY f .r1 *
OF HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA d Willis Bright of Bradenton Beach

BElT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF x Monday caught one of the largest I
ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF HOLMES snook we have seen this year. It was
BEACH, FLORIDA
38 inches and 211/2
THAT und.r the authority of the City long weighed I
of Holmes Beach, Florida by Chapter The ADMIRAL had another pounds. In addition, he landed a I
170 of th. Florida Statut.., 1961. it has passengers real old lunker of which '
a trout
was
b..n det.rmin.d by the Board of Aldermen good week, with Mary Jane
of said City that public impco Yemenis Wilson of Akron Ohio landing a 27 inches long and weighed in at six '
shall b. made on a c.rtain streetin :
Holmes Beach such Improvements 152 pound jewfish to lead the packon pounds.
to. includ. the paving of said streets Monday. Grace Ritz of Sarasotawas Both were caught in the Bay on "
the street to b. is 76th
THAT paved spinning tackle. ;
Str..t from Gulf Drive to Palm ert.,.. : second with a 19 1/2 pound .

THAT th. total cost of this improve* 4 :; a grouper and F. T. Kenney of Rutherford The tarpon season is well underway 1
mint has b..n estimated to b. Twenty 'VV
N. J., a 17 pounder.
on. Hundr.d (2100.00 Dollars. with several having been taken
THAT one-third of the cost of said Tuesday:Bill Mathews of Bradenton Island waters. Sunday we photo- ,

improvement shall be paid by the Cityof Beach, 16 1/2 pound grouper; graphed Wally Lawrence Jr. of Sarasota -

THAT Holmes a Beach.special assessment shall b. Joe Hunkele of Detroit 16 pounder with a 60 inch, 103 pounderhe

levied against the property abutting on 4 4V 4r Wednesday:Mrs. W. M. Scotten, brought in for weighing at Charters -
said street for the remainder of the estimated
Bradenton 39 pound Ward
;
east, this assessment to b. pro grouper Inc. in Holmes Beach
rated according to the footage of th. Melick Bradenton 22 pound grouper .
said property abutting said street} and Joe Hunkele a 20 pounder.
Otto Runge at the Rod & Reel Pier
THAT th. owners of record of the lots :
or parcels of land abutting said street, V V l Thursday:Dr. O. B. Pavlin Bra- landed some good-sized snook dur-

and who are liable to assessment shall for '.. denton Beach and L. J. Morris, ing the past few days, and a newly
the improvements herein provided
have the option of .ith.r paying th. full Bradenton, were tied each catch- "b apt 1 s e d" pier fisherman, Long
amount of said assessment within thirty : 34t ing a 35 pound black grouper. F. T. George Thrall of Anna Maria, land-
(30)days aft.r th. assessment roll shall -
b. finally approved and confirm.d by < Kenney was next, with a 25 1/2 ed a 6 pounder, his first large one,
the Board of Ald.rm.n or said owners
pounder. and one that has grown some each
said assessment in thr. ((3)
may pay
equal installments the first installment V Friday: H. E. Fowler of Atlanta day since it was caught.Be .
to be due within thirty (30)) days after 14 pound grouper; Mrs. S. B. Howell -

the assessment and confirmed roll shall by b.the finally Board approved of- ,Bradenton,11 1/2 pounder, and well-informed, Read .The

Ald.rm.n} th. second installment to b. M. V VonEschen Madison, Wis., a Islander.FOR.
paid on. year after said assessment roll
has b..n finally approved and the third .. 10 pound mangrove snapper.
installment is to b. paid two (2) years -- ---.. ..--- Saturday:Dave Brentlinger, Brad- OFFICE FURNITUREAND
after said assessment roll has been finally SUPPLIES
t approved} th. deferred payments to WHERE THE FISHING IS GOOD--Top picture shows Capt. Sonny Davisof enton, 24 pound grouper, and Bill
b.ar interest at th. rat. of eight (8%) Martin,Bayshore Gardens,22 pound The Bradenton
the ADMIRAL with some king-sized grouper as the boat returned froma
per c.nt per annum}
few Lower left Bradenton Beach bait merchant Wil- grouper. Office Equipment Co.
THAT the land on which this special trip a days ago. ,
assessment is to b. levied are those lis Bright with a 38-inch, 1/2-pound snook and a 27-inch, 6poundtrout Sunday: R. S. Clay Plant City 530 13th St. BRADENTON
designated by subdivision Block and
Lot number as p.r th. list blow he caught in the Bay Monday on spinning tackle. Lower right,

Subdivisions Bay Palms 2nd Addition Wallace Lawrence Jr. of Sarasota with 103-pound, 60-inch tarpon he i ,! I

Block Owner of R.cord Assessment caught off the Island Sunday morning and weighed in at Charters, Inc., "ld'7flt.ltta.itI:E\
LotH Holmes Beach. (Islander Photos) it

1 Dudley Sisler J. 152.09 .
H 2 Kelser, Raymond C. 103.50H TRIED 01i tt ; \
3 Lambriz, Mary Jan. 103.50 HAVE YOU APARTMENTmsr 'w
I H 4 Lively, Ilka W. 103.50 ';)1; :' ''' : "
\ H 5 Jenassen Earl M. 103.50 '
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J H 6 Cochran, Doroth.a L. 101.50 Deep Sea Fishing ? OfT> L,

I 1 Brabender, Carl W. 89.93 "Ij'[ili." I, ,,-: .:,' ." .: ;" ,i .BBB. "' ..,, .
I 2 Lancaster, Elizab.th C. 103.50I ., ,
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3 Fritz, Clarence T. 103.50
i I 4,5 Luburgh Homer M. 207.00 ABOARD THE ADMIRALS? For Reservations f fV 1-2 'B1DHOOMvlFFICIINCIBS :
I '1 6 Colder, Leslie R. ..t.of 103.50 1
I I 7 Woodruff Ralph D. 110.11 Tackle Available-FARE 5.00Lunch Counter Aboard Call 778.2577

THAT said lands above enumerated as Mot-TV
II.lnv.ullJ.ct: : to this assessment are all Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortez Phone 778-1450 Anna Maria, Florida :tREATED. > :
the lots and lands adjoining and contiguous I
to or bounding and abutting upon

these AND improvements BE IT FURTHER} RESOLVED SWIMMING POOLS..PATIOS < ANTICIPATED

THAT this Resolution be published as 41/4 ANNUAL COMPOUNDED
.'Y required law und.r Chapter 170, 1961 7
I r Florida Statutes, and that the date of GENERAL MASONRY DIVIDEND QUARTERLYWhy
\ Tuesday, Jun. 5, 1962 b. set as the
: date hearing on the aforesaid assessment
roll, at 7l30 P.M. in the City Of.
II fice. InstallationsWILLIAM permit your money to earn less when safety
This Resolution passed by unanimous Complete is just as assured? Are you thinking of saving or
,, vote of the Board of Aldermen of the ? Consider
investing .
City of Holmes Beach, Florida, this
15th day of May 1962.Pauline. R. KERMODE SAFETY (of your funds)
; H. Arch.r,
t AVAILABILITY
City CI.rkWay
ANNA MARIA
778-2557
24, 31, '62
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ASSOCIATES Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc.
PALMETTO FEDERAL
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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LETTER TO SRD... '
CHURCHESHARVEY (Continued from Page 1) EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMENAt
MEMORIAL CHURCH
(Noa-o..o.illCltio l) Varley said he had written such a a corporate communion at 9
Bradenton Beach letter, but merely had asked if the a.m. Thursday, May 31, the Epis-
REV. A. W. SIMMS signs were legally placed. copal Churchwomen of the Churchof

SUNDAY: The following day, one of the The Annunciation will present
9:30 a.m. Sunday School. signs was moved and now conformsto their United Thank Offering and

10:30 a.m. Worship Service.ST. SRD regulations.A participate in a special service of .'. -
copy of Varley's letter to the installation for the following offi- .
BERNARD MISSION SRD follows: cers: (ECW), Mrs. George L. Har- '
Priest: REV. FRANCIS F. WELSMILLLR April 7, 1962 ris,president;Mrs.Harold M.Chap-

SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Dear Mr. Everett: man, vice president; Mrs. NormanH.
WEEKDAYS: 8:00'a.m.. The Chamber of Commerce has Schaefer, secretary, and Mrs.
HOLY DAYS: 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.. installed three large comic (?) Roy A. Parker, secretary.
WEDNESDAYS "Welcome" signs on the Island. All Committee chairmen are: Mrs. J.
7:30 p.m. Rosary--and Benediction. are on or too close to SRD rightofway F. Coleman, Christian Educationand

according to several telephonecalls. Program;' Mrs. F. B. Shell,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHAPEL
.
REV. LEE RATUFF. Pastor Christian Social Relations;Mrs. Arthur \ i iw
.... .... .. .
immediate is the -- -
THURSDAY My concern sign, Johnson, Mission and Supply; -- -" --
p 3:00 p.m.:Jr. G. A. outside Holmes Beach city limits, Mrs. N. A. Nelson, United Thank SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT barbecue at south end of Island Sunday for
FRIDAY: on the Anna Maria Bridge causeway.The Offering; Mrs. Alan Mackenzie, benefit the fund paying for the department's rescue plane. A thrill- I
7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Class, SRD has a 1000 foot easement, Publicity and Promotion; Mrs. Joseph ing show was staged in a simulated air-sea rescue exercise. More than
5607 Flotilla Drive. 500 feet on each side of the road's Mizen, Church Periodical Club; 1,100 people were fed by the volunteer barbecue cooks. (Islander Photo)
SUNDAY: centej line, which would bring the Mrs. Harold E. DeNoyelles Mrs. --
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. sign within your jurisdiction.When A tho and
George r n e, Hospitality
11:00 5:30 p.m.a.m. Worship Concord Service.Choir. the Island Gaftien Club Membership;Miss Halle Woods, ROSER SENIOR BANQUET MRS. PEARL MARSHALLMrs.

6:30 p.m. Worship Service. agreed to beautify the entrance Telephone, and Mrs. Parker, House The annual senior banquet Roser Pearl Marshall, 78, Of 2201
7:30 p.m. Youth Recreation Hour. across from the Public Beach, with Committee.St. Memorial Community Church will Avenue A, Bradenton Beach, died
MONDAY: full approval of yourDept., tHfe' pro- Anne's Chapter: Mrs. RobertR. take place in the Fellowship Hall of Friday, May 18, at Memorial Hos-
6:30 p.m. R.A. mise was made that nothing but SRD chairman Mrs. Nelson the church 6:30
Moses, ; at p.m. Sunday pital, Bradenton.Mrs. .
,
TUESDAY: signs would be permitted on the. vice chairman;and Mrs. R. E. Car- May 27.High Marsha was born in Red
7:30 4:00 p.m.p.m. Lamplighter Intermediate Class.G.A. States property or within a speci-,..mody, secretary and treasurer.St. school sophomores and juniors Creek, N. Y., and moved to the
fied number of feet--15 I thinkof -. Mrs. Shell and of the church and from three
WEDNESDAY: Mary'sChapter: plan arrange Island Syracuse, N. Y.
6:45 p.m. Sunday School the rightsofway.Please Mrs. Chapman, co-chairmen; Mrs. the banquet each year for the graduating months ago.Surviving.
Teachers & Officers Meeting. haVe someone check these Gerald K. Lowe, secretary, and.,, seniors and their guests. is a daughter, Mrs.
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting & signs. One of the other two is oppo- Mrs. Francis Welsch, treasurer. Guest.speaker at the banquet will Wilda Crane of Syracuse.
Bible Study. site the Cortez Bridge Island entrance Following the communion service be Furman Arthur, Director of Information Funeral and burial took place in
8:3.0 p.m. Chapel Choir. ;the third is on the roadside-- the ECW will hold its final of New College. He is a Syracuse. Toale Bros. Funeral

ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH the road from Anna Maria to Long- meeting of the season. Final reports graduate of Bethany College in West Home was in charge of local ar-

(Noa- .. ) boat Key--in Bradenton Beach. Of past committee chairmen will be Virginia and of Syracuse University.He rangements. _. ._ ____
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor While I have a personal and strong read, and plans for programs and has been associated with the
feeling against these signs, if theyare events for the fall and winter dis- admissions office of Bethany College ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
THURSDAY: legally placed--which I doubtI cussed. At a recent board meeting and active in public relationsand UceroW Electrical CoatroctonSaoppcr
7:30 Choir Rehearsal.
Sr.
SUNDAY p.m.: -- would forget my objections bas- November 16 was selected as the newspaper work in Sarasota for and '1.. Street
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. ed on design and good taste. date for the annual bazaar. the past eight years. Topic of his Electric Wiring Fixtirei
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. Thank you. Several members have volunteered talk will be "Youth, Education and L (ROY) FERGUSON
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. Sincerely, to hold benefit bridge luncheons the Future." Day 778-2U3 Phones Nit. 778-2059
6:29 p.m. Senior Banquet. Harry Varley in their homes during the summer. -
6:30 Intermediate Youth
p.m. The first will be held at the homeof .
1 WEDNESDAY Fellowship.: ISLAND EXCHANGE CLUBThesemimonthlymeeting Mrs. J. F* Coleman, Palma Sola FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

I 7:00 p.m. Boy. Scout Troop No. 7. of the Park, Thursday, June 14. Reserva-
Exchange Club of Anna Maria Island tionsmay be made by calling either TWO LOCATIONS -
will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Mrs. Coleman or Mrs. Harris..
GLORIA LUTHERAN DEI EVANGELICAL CHURCH May 24, at the Holmes Beach Yacht 1015 14th Street W. WHITFIELD CHAPEL

'R Frisk Lyerly, Pastor Club. Bradenton 7511 N. Tcwlcal Trail, Sarasota

THURSDAY: GeorgeR. Jordan will speak on the Phone: 746-2111 Phone: 7459811NOW ] 1
7:30 Communion assistance available in case of dis-
p.m. Preparatory ttVfRIN I
SUNDAY Service.: aster involving the community. C !

8:30 a.m. Church School. Keep up with Island affairs by ELECTRIC BOTTOM
10:00 a.m. The Service, reading The Islander. BOATS
6:30-p.m.. Catechetical Class. IS THE TIME TO HAVE THOSE

CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION
(Episcopal)) 1B FOODLINERQUALITY BLANKETS CLEANED OR WASHED
Rn. GEXALD K. LoWE

THURSDAY: AND VARIETYHIGH CALL

9:00 a.m. Holy Communion. GRADE WESTERN MEATS AND BEST IN FOWLS :
ROGATION SUNDAY: DAIRY PRODUCTS BEVERAGES FROZEN FOODS 778.2295
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
) 9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist, FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
.
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Inches X Inches supply of fresh, pure water. That is our responsibilityon
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SEASIDE GARDENS PERKINS-HUFNUS ASBURY L. HASKILLWord .. : ... .
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74. .
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GROWINGThe has been received here of the '---c,:: a",- ;4 ..,4'- .: ..
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Seaside Gardens co-operative Paulette Marie Hufnus dau- death of AsburyL. Haskill Augusta t '<: :", ".
apartment project in Holmes Beach ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Humus Maine, the father of Mrs. S. .>'a

when completed will have a total Sr. of 307 59th Street, Holmes Norman Rosedale of Pine Avenue .
of 100 apartments and will cost Beach became the bride of Russell Anna Maria. Mrs. Rosedale returned L L f -1:
approximately $1,250,000accord- Perkins Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. home few days ago after spending .
ing to developer Jack Holmes. Russell Perkins Sr. of Wallingford three weeks at her father's bedside.
Cost of the first five-apartment Conn in a ceremony at St. Bern- A private memorial service at the

unit was$50,000, with all five apartments ard Mission Church,Saturday, April Rosedale home was conducted Tues-
after being day at the same time the funeral
sold immediately 28.Miss
the Nancy Vesel was maid of honor took place.Unitarian.
opened to public upon com-
pletion.A and bridesmaids were Carol
second building permit coveringthe Stockbridge and Miss Susie Hufnus.. FellowshipThe
Carl Hufnus Jr. served as best man,
second unit of three apartments topic for the last service of
was issued recently. Cost of the unit and ushers were Dave Bianchi and the season of the Manatee Unitarian

will be$32,000, and another three- Freddy Perkins. Universalist Fellowship will be "Is
reception at the Holmes Beach
apartment unit is scheduled to be the United Nations Based on Higher
started soon, with all the new apart- Yacht Club followed the ceremony.The Values?" by Dr. Henry F. James.Dr. Home at 8318 Marina Drive Holmes Beach purchased recently
ments already sold. newlyweds are living on 72nd James was the organizer of the Miss Marguerite Tuttle of New York City and Woodbury Conn from

On the project's building schedulefor Street The Holmes is Beach.now serving in the local United Nations group and until Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cohee of Worthington, Ohio. Miss Tuttle plans to
the summer is still another unit. U. S. groom Coast Guard and is stationedat recently served as its president. use the property as her winter home. The transaction was negotiatedby
i having six apartments two of which Egmont Key. There will be no more services until George Wagner of Island Realty Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo)
are already sold making a total of September.. -.-. -.

17 apartments to be built before fall. JOHN N. CONRAD Mostly About People Arecentguest at the home of Mr.
Overall plans for the developmentof LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERSThe See also Page 8) and Mrs. Ralph Brown has been Miss
the 100-apartment, 20-acre waterfront John N. Conrad, 85, of Gulf Drive Hannah Vogt of Cincinnati.
project call for four acres South Bradenton Beach, died Friday Provisional League of Women Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Brown of
of landscaped park area.In addition May 18. He moved to the Island Voters of Manatee County will hold 77th Street received word recentlyof Men's Softball LeagueAll

each apartment will have a boat from Hamilton Ohio in 1925. two meetings on Home Rule, Tues- the birth of a daughter Vicky Island men interested in play
docking space and half of the apartments He was a retired contractor and day, May 29. The daytime unit Lynn to Corp. and Mrs. .J. Neal ing Softball this summer are askedto
will be located on the waterfront was a member of St. Bernard Mis- will meet at 1 p.m. at the homeof Cosby of Ft. Benning Ga. Mrs. Cos- meet at the baseball field at the

and all will have a view of the water. eral nieces and nephews. Street Court N.W., Bradenton and Brown, and a former Island resident. May 28.
Holmes said public response to the Funeral services and burial took the evening unit at 7:30 p.m. at I .
apartments has been far beyond expectations place in Hamilton. Funeral Home thehomeof Mrs. S. D. Gwinn, 607
and has really amazed Shannon was in charge localar- Fontana Lane West, Harbor Hills.A Sunland Turf & Garden
him. rangements. study of Home Rule, the league's
Residents of Seaside Gardens unlike local agenda item for the year will Garden Supplies Stock
with all electric appliances and fix- Nursery
most co-operative apartment tures.It by led by Mrs. Robert B. McKayand
projects own the land as well as the her committee. and LandscapingAT
is expected that all 100 apartments -
apartments. Prices are between the
will be
completed sometime
nine and twelve thousand dollar
during 1963. Holmes Construction PLUMBING. SOUTH ENTRANCE TO
range. Company of Holmes Beach has
All apartments are air conditioned com- The Best HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
plete charge of the building pro-
and all nave Medallion units
gram. YERLY PLUMBING CO. PHONE 778-2711
I __ __ Cortez
She hasn't reallygraduated


until


she has a ANNOUNCEMENTMr.


phoneof

F. P. Stanley HAS RELEASED ALL


r' her OF THE INSURANCE TO Me.


own I WILL HENCEFORTH OPERATE THIS BUSINESS AS


Bay Area Insurance AND ASSUME


ALL OBLIGATIONS I I THE POLICIES ISSUED BY


Stanley Associates Inc.



I have moved the agency to the Island Shopping Center,


Holmes Beach, Florida, where my staff and I will look

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i.She's forward to seeing you often.

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Insurance is my full time business and our services are


available to you twenty-four hours a day. We appreciateyour


business and your confidence, and will do all we

can to deserve them. Should you have a loss, we feel

sure you'll appreciate our service.

If you have an insurance problem we will be glad to coun-


sel you. If any of your friends should need our services,

grown-up now and we will appreciate your referring them to us, or us to
wants grown-up things. Likea
phone of her own to serve" them.
'
her own sphere of interests.

She'll love the posh and ; .
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privacy Starlite of phone a bright color-little Bay Area InsuranceF.

matched to her room. So
treat her like the lady she

Is.An extra phone costs only DAVID BOOZER
pennies a day. ,
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ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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FOR SALE Bayfront..Holmes Beach EXTRA LARGE HOMESITEThis

I is an EXCEPTIONAL BUYIII!!! Lot size 150' on the
$16,000 BUYS HANDSOME CB HOME WHICH COST
street and 100' deep. Lots of shade trees. Extra nlc.residential .
DICKWAGNER PRESENT OWNER MORE THAN $25,000. LARGE,
section. Docking privileges on nearby canal.

WELL-LANDSCAPED LOT WITH GOOD DOCK AND Easy walking to Gulf. PRICE FOR LIMITED I TIME-

SEAWALL. HAS AN OUTSTANDING VIEW. $4,000. For complete details,

CALL PEGGY MOORE, Associated With:
JOHN B. PROTHEROReal

Estate Sales & Rentals PARRISH REALTY

116 81st STREET TELEPHONE 778.2554 HOLMES BEACH Post Office Plaza, Anna Maria -- Phone: 778-1902


7782663Look Very Special BargainONE ISLAND REALTYHOLMES

BEACH SHOPPING CENTERWE
BEDROOM HOME, COMPLETELY
.
HAVE LISTINGSON MANY FINE HOMES
FURNISHED. CLOSE TO BEACH AND
Look For These Signs PRICED FROM $10,500 TO $14,500.IFYOU
STORES.CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED.ONLY .
GULF FRONT HOME ARE LOOKING FOR A MEDIUMPRICEDHOME
TWO BEDROOMS, Itt BATHS,
LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH 7950TERMS. LET US SHOW YOU THESE.P. .

STONE FIREPLACE, Florida
ROOM. COMPLETELY FURN- 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria phone 778-2444
ISHED. GARAGE and UTILITY Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor
ROOM. PROPERTY IS A COR. Coquina Building Phone 7781333SISLER
NER LOCATION, SEAWALLEDAND
J. DUDLEY, Broker-Salesman 778-2156 SEASIDE GARDENSGET
CAN BE AN EXCELLENT
Anna Maria, Florida
RENTAL. PRICE $16,500-
$2,500 DOWN-S100 Per Month. YOUR RESERVATIONSNOW
OWNER WILL CARRY MORT GULFFRONT COTTAGE COURTSWE
GAGE-NO CLOSING COSTS. MODERN PROPERTIES !
OFFER TWO ADJOINING
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a
ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MOTELS OR APARTMENTSWITH 3rd Building Started
LOTS OF LOTS
75 Ft. Gulf Front Lot, High & ROOM FOR EXPANSION. EACH FRONTS FOR Planning &
Dry-$9,000. Will Take Terms. MORE THAN 200 FEET ON GULF OF MEXICO. WALK-
.--.
50 Ft. Gulf Front Comer Lot- ING DISTANCE TO SHOPPING CENTER,YACHT CLUB Taking Orders For 4th
$7OOO-Terms Available. AND MEDICAL CENTER.
----. JACK HOLMES, Realtor
MOTEL SITE on the Gulf In
HOLMES BEACH. Approximately Charlin Villas: SSS Listing 575 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

120 x 250 Comer Location, EIGHT TWO-BEDROOM AND TWO ONE.B E D ROOM, BRANCH OFFICES

ONLY---$35,000... FULLY FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
BRADENTON lEACH 85th
STREET
NICE Beach-$2,000 Building Lots Each.In Holmes COTTAGES..............................................$160,000. O. A. Ritz Salesman L S. Putnam Salesman
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} ,CANAL FRONT LOTS WITH Playa Encantada_ : _SSS Listing 574

k SEAWALLS-$3,500 NMMNM Each. FOUR TWO-BEDROOM, FULLY FURNISHED AND MAKE OFFERTHREE

BAY FRONT LOTS In Holmes EQUIPPED HOUSEKEEPING COTTAGES, $110,000.
$5,000 Each. *
-- BEDROOM, TWO BATH HOME
CAN BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER.
NICE BUILDING LOTS IN
BRADENTON BEACH-$1,800, IN
EACH. MAHAR REAL ESTATE

EXCEPTIONALLY* GOOD BUY 7702 GULF. DRIVE ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ANNA MARIA---NEAR BAY

IN A DUPLEX--2 BEDROOMS RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTOR LEO MAHAR, BROKER
UPSTAIRS & 2 BEDROOMS IN PHONE ANNA MARIA 778.1159 FURNISHINGS INCLUDE NEW TV.
LOWER APARTMENT, BOTH .
COMPLETELY FURNISHED, +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
STRUCTURE IN PERFECT Here It Is
CONDITION. Lot 100 x 100 Ft*. HOLMES BEACHTHREE
$2,500 Down, Assume First
Federal $12,000 Mortgage at Bonus House No. 8 BEDROOM, TWO BATH, UNFURNISHEDCB
ONLY $100 Per Month. HOME, WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE
a
DINING ROOM. DOCKING PRIVILEGES-I I
TWO BEDROOM CB HOME IN

. HOLMES BEACH-Only$10,575. NAME YOUR OWN TERMS J
Has tile bath and large living
room with open beam ceilings.
Electric Stove and Refrigerator.Can t
Finance for 10% DOWN.s .
.
WATERFRONT
HOLMES BEACH BARGAIN-
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home with 503--71st--Holmes Beach
Built-in Electric Kitchen, Terrazzo NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
Floors, Large Utility Open Today & EverydayFOR
Room, Awning Windows, 27 Ft. WITH EXCELLENT FINANCINGAlso
Porch, Boat Docking Space,
Clear View of The Bay. Price YOUR INSPECTION. THIS BEAUTIFULLY the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE
$12,200MExlsting$10,300 mortgage APPOINTED HOME HAS EVERY FEATURE FOR
can be assumed. And for US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
only $200 more, all furniture EASY MODERN LIVING: TWO OVERSIZED BED COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES

.will be left In the hou.se. ROOMS AND TWO LOVELY TILE BATHS; THE

HOME BUY OF THE WEEK LAST WORD IN FINE KITCHEN CABINETS AND
Before you make a depositon
any property See This FIXTURES.KINGSIZEDGARAGE, UTILITY ROOM

Bedfoom Home) Completely AND SCREENED PATIO REACHED THROUGH Walter S. Hardin
Furnished-Dishes, silverware .
-Everything Goes! SLIDING GLASS DOORS FROM THE SPACIOUS
Really Company
Hat a beautlfully-landsea- LIVING ROOM. NINETY-FIVE FOOT LOT BEAU-
ped, feneed-ln. yard. Built. Realtors
in Electric kitchen. Separate TIFULLY PLANTEDTO LAWN AND SHRUBBERY,

watering system. Large WITH NATIVE TREES.. PRICED AT ONLY.
porch with privacy. UtilityrooM
with washer. Concrete $15,750 CashOR
driveway and carport. ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE
Furniture was especially FINANCE FOR $2,400 DOWN, AND $92.30 PER MO.
I made for the house. Owner 778-1010 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
+**++*MM- .
lived here only two years.A

i reel TERMS bwy-ONLY AVAILABLE$12,7501 JACK MARSHALL Realtor FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307I'

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PaRr 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 24. 1962
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LEGAL NOTICES ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

INVITATION TO BID MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE
Holmes Beach. Anna Maria Island. Florida
Board of Commissioner of the
Th.
City of Anna Maria, Florida, will r.- Tw pleasant,-sure, to see ones name in print.-LoRD BYRON
c.iv. scaled bids at the City Office until ISLAND PHARMACY Inc.
Noon, Uonday, June 4, 1962 from licensed NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. ,
contractors to install not fess Miss Barbara Bielaiki -
than thirty-six ((36) pr..tr..d.concrete Drew Roberts of Tampa. ..Mr. and daughterofMr. r- Th LANVIN
pilings, 8" 8" x 24' in length, to b.plae.d Mrs. Arthur B. Price of Lombard, and Mrs. W. W. Fuller of 104 YOUR MONEY CHANEL
under the at th..nd of
building Beach
Shell Drive Holmes
recent-
the City Pi.r.Commission. Ill...Mr.and Mrs.James W.Campbell REVLON
retains the right to rejectany of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. ly was initiated as an associate BUYS MORE RUBINSTEIN
or all bids. member of the Indiana University WHITMAN
Walter Ramac of Lakeland... Mr.
Gladys Dumain. Chapter of Sigma Xi, national scientific COMPLETE
City Clerk and Mrs. Jack Hutchinson of Cin-

5/17 & 24. '62 ,,cinnati...Mrs. Louise Balcer and honorary society.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO children of Ft. Myers Beach. Membership in Sigma Xi comes in

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. recognition of achievement or pro er

The undersigned does hereby certify C. and daughter Joan. mise shown in scientific research. LINE
James Bright
that he is conducting a general insur-
ance business under the fictitious name of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nomination of candidates is made IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
of BAY AREA INSURANCE at Island by members, and election is by a
Shopping Center Holmes Beach, Florida, Brown and son of Orlando... T. G.
and that said firm is composed of the Green of St. Petersburg...Mr. and special committee.Miss DRUG STORE Service

following residence person is as whose follows name! and placeof Mrs. Edgar Webb of Chuluota... Bielaski is a graduate student

Folk of ..Mr. and majoring in chemistry at the Uni-
F. David Boozer Richard Tampa. Open Sanders 8:30 a.... to 1:00 p._.
Holmes 527 75th Beach Street, Florida Mrs. Carl Snyder of Bedford, Ohio. versity.
C e e
Ownership of BAY AREA INSURANCEis PALM COURT:Mrs. Merle Baileyand
as follows F. David Boozer-100%. Mrs. Henry F. James of 102 74th Phone 778.1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
Mrs. Ferris Price of Lake Worth
It is my intention to apply to the Clerkof Street, Holmes Beach, is among the
the Circuit Court in and for Manatee ...Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Domer of
County, Florida, to register the said 340 surviving members of the Classof
name of BAY AREA INSURANCE under Okeechobee. 1912 of the University of Wisconsin -
the provisions of Chapter 865.09, Lawsof HARBORLIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and
who will be inducted into Wissonsin's -
of 1959.
Florida Acts Mrs. G. H. of Rochester N. Y. fI'1
Witness my hand this 27th day of April, Fry Half Century Club at one

1962. F. DAVID BOOZER .. .Mr. and Mrs. Bradley B. Burchof of the highlight events of the StateUniversity's COOL
Winter Garden...Mr. and Mrs.
Owner annual Commence- -
Daniel Woodward: & Stewart Joe Rodriguez of Tampa...Mr. and --
ment-Reunion weekend calendar
Professional Building ,-
Vail of Winter Park. -
Bradenton, Florida Mrs. Lewis June 1-4. -
Attorneys for Registrant and Britton of
Mr. Mrs. D. RoyalOak C *
5-1, 8. 15 & 22, 1962
Mich...Ira Allen of Tallahassee. A guest the past two weeks at the

UNCLASSIFIEDAdvance .. .Robert VonWerder of Chicago home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rob- ,,,

...Emanuel H. Collins of Tampa. son of Anna Maria has been Mrs.

( Payment Required, LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Robson'smother, Mrs. Mabel Hack- IT'S BY

1.00 inch; 50c minimum Mrs. J. Guilde of St. Petersburg... ney of Valrico.

Subscribe to THE ISLANDER-- Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Johnson of Lutz C *

Mailed anywhere in the U. S. for ...Mrs. Eleanor Atford of Ft. Lau- Mr. and Mrs. John Marley have OF MIAMI

only 53.50 per year. derdale...Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. returned to South Bend, Ind. for the r

Cole of Eagle Lake...Feme Howes summer after spending the winterat
W WANTED TO RENT: 1 or 2 bedroom and Barbara Romine of Sarasota... their home on Periwinkle Plaza. -

furnished home or duplex in Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams and ctitxa c ur ) &4i ai1A r

Beach, on annual basis. Permanent Donald Abel of Lakeland...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Karel of 75th

residents, no children. Best of references Mrs. George Ross of Tampa...Mr. Street have left the Island to spend

,and excellent care of pro- and Mrs. Thomas Ulm and party of the summer in Riverside, Ill. Layaway

perty assured. Prefer $80 top rent Taylor,Mich...Mr.and Mrs.Merle e f Plan

without utilities. Call 742-2371. Arbogast and granddaughter, Donna Dr. Alida Degeler of Palm Drive

Brownfield of McKeesport, Pa... recently returned to Waukesha, Phone
BARGAIN PRICE BY OWNER. Must
Wis. for a of several months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkerson and stay
SellQuickly, See It TODAY! Very ';tCs cf g t.M rnen 4 Women 778-1161
family of Winter Haven...Mr. and .
attractive interior. Custom built 3
Mrs. W. L. of Arcadia
Mrs. E. R. Smith of Bartow...Mr. Hargrave
years ago with lots of extras! CB; 2 is
time her homeon
and Mrs. John Williams of Vassar, spending some at IT'S PARTY TIME...
bedrooms 2 tile baths all
garage, 50th Street Holmes Beach.
Mich...Mr.and Mrs.James D.Wall ,
kitchen
electric
garbage disposal, ee.
and Julie of Lakeland...
dishwasher, etc., 31 x 16 LR, DR. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faragher, ow- WE NOW HAVE
R. Prater of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs.
Phone 778-2613. 213 Periwinkle. ners of the Sea Isle Motel, are vacationing CASTLE INVITATIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS .
John W. Daniels of Floral City...

YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Mr. and Mrs. Quincy A. Green of in Bay e e Village* Ohio. GAY NAPKINS AND COCKTAIL I TRAYS

TENANCE: Mowing, edging, trim- Monroeville, Pa...James Mabryand Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rossman have
ming. Floors cleaned and polished. of Plant GRADUATION GIFTS AND CARDS
party City. returned to Greenville Mich for a
,
Windows washed and oiled... .
e e
and efficient service... few months, after spending several FREE GIFT AND MAIL WRAPPING
Prompt Mr. and Mrs. Peder Mickelsen of
Reasonable rates-references fur- Key Royale left recently to spend months at their home on Willow The Sand Dollar Gift Shop .
nished. Ken Fellows. Phone 778- Avenue
several months in Minneapolis. and John
Shirley Duytschaver
2894 after 4:30.FORSALEORRENTNice2. e C e *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ulmer of 51st
bedroom Mrs. Nelle Crouch of 73rd Street,
Street are spending the summer in
Home on 85th Street. Closed garage Holmes Beach, recently returned to
Westport, Conn. ZENITH FM STEREONOW
2 air conditioners, large patio, Pontiac, 111. for the summer.. C .

nicely planted lot. Call 7781530or S e Mr. and Mrs. George Boss left ear- IN STOCK
Mr. and Mrs.Robert Carlin of Bay
746-0651. ly this week for Holland, Mich., COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATIONOR
YEARLY RENTALS: Furnished Boulevard, Anna Maria, are spending where they plan to spend the sum-
months their CALL FOR A HOME DEMONSTRATION
several at summer
apartment on Gulf, Holmes Beach- mer months, after spending several
One bedroom, $75 per month. home on Candlewood Isle, New months at their home on the Island. ISLAND TV 778-1703
unfurnished 3-bedroom, 2-bath Fairfield, Conn.

house in Holmes Beach. IllS per I _ ___.- -- --- --.. .- .-

month. ..FOK BETTEK PLUMBING WE HAVE IT...
Three bedroom furnished home

near Bay in Anna Maria. $115 per CALL 778-2012
TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
month. FROM
R. C. SCHUCHARD
Other yearly and seasonal rentalsin

several price ranges. Walter S. BONDED-MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021
Hardin, Realtors. 7781010. .
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PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES, PUMPS, REPAIRS I-
ALTERATIONS on all kinds of
clothing. Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs. 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH KIDS. .

Frank Beard. Phone 778-l43h SERVING ANNA MARIA I ISLAND
iFOR Contest Starts 30SEE
SALE: Bedroom SetBookcase May

bed, chest, dresser, shadow-
US EARLY ABOUT ANY SPECIAL NEEDS
frame mirror-$89. Bennie's Furn-
OPEN HOUSE
iture & Appliance Center, Anna FOR MODEL CONTEST ENTRIES.
Maria.


HOME & PROPERTY MAINTEN-

ANCE:. While you are away-a
weekly:Checking of house for any (Bag Jlrea i
troubles that might develop; air nsurance OBS '

house, and water house plants.

FREE ESTIMATES on any Addi- G 778-1020
tional Services. Close your house ISLAND SHOPPING CENTERMONDAYMAY !
house-
CLEAN-Open your

CLEAN. Any Refurbishing or ,

Yard-GUARANTEED Care. CONTRACTPAT 28 INVENTORY- TIME

& MAX HUBER
Box 523 Phone 778-2143 STARTING MAY 30TH, WE WILL BE CLOSED FORA J

Anna Maria Home 778-1772 NOON TILL 7:00 PM FEW DAYS-TAKING INVENTORY.Dnbbo'Q .

FIRE EXTINGUISHED Sale Senior -
bland Hardware
Bndeatoa Bush Fire Dept. RefreshmentsCome
Fnak Beard. 778-143L ;, & Marine Supply
j
SCOTT'S Turf Builder Fertilizer- If if* Gotrsl Hardware er Heutiwoni or Gar.. Supplies, we (.tars It- '

Regular $4.95 bag for Only $3.95. One "Come AllWE or will get it for you 771-2811 1

Pegboards 4x8'. ready to hang
AUTHORIZED DEALER Larson Boats Scott '
: & Evlnrud
Only $10.95. Bennie's Furniture & LOOKING \
ARE FORWARD TO SEEING YOU
Appliance Bargain Center, Anna Motors, Murray Trailers.I --- 1

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