The Islander
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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: January 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Yongo, Julion C. C
Tho University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida

The Islander


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



.. Street Closing Resolutions Of 1963 Council ; I

Rescinded By Unanimous Council Action \

After several weeks of the hazard to patrons of
\ consideration, a resolu- the store for which the
tion reopening 70th and proposed building will be I
; 71st Streets, was passed used.
unanimously by the Peder Mlckelsen,owner
Holmes Beach Board of of a one-third Interest In
r 'I Aldermen, in a roll call the air strip suggested a
vote Tuesday evening. private corporation of Interested ..
The resolution, printedin persons, or the r
its entirety below,citesa city, assume ownership of
arffr l ai ,_ number of reasons for the strip, and JI so, he
taking the action. Clyde would give h .
Goebel, city attorney, in the aclll P'r rllatiqaj -
answer to a question, said I \ no
. -.::::::-:-_- -- he did not know what effect ot0 'u r 'i.e}"
-_. passage of the resolution saitht 1Mer G. Twist
would have. city wanted to
No action was taken ona keep the airport in opera-
I Airstream Midwinter Rally, scheduled for south end held in Miami, as shown in above picture. More than request for a permit for tion, and that the city has
of the Island next week, Jan. 15tol7, last year was 1,000 travel trailers are expected to gather here. a commercial building, to "a moral and ethical obligation -

be located at the south end to the people of
"The Gazebo" At Anna Maria City Trailer Rally Nut WeekAn of the air strip on 56th Holmes Beach not to allow

Community House strip. During a public anything near the strip
Next WeekPresentation Election Next MonthThe estimated 1,000 Air- Senna Matinee barbecue hearing on the subject, a that will constitute a
annual Anna Maria stream travel trailers chef contest; beach party number of residents who hazard."
of "The City election will take are expected to gather at wiener roast; a concert, are interested in flying According to Building \
Gazebo," at the Anna place on Tuesday Feb. 9, the south end of the Island and a report and pictures said that such a building Inspector Ed Havcrkos, .
Maria Community House, with two members of the next week for the"Cabana from around the world would cut down the effec- plans for the proposed }
Tuesday through Saturday city commission to be Beach Club Rally" spon- caravan. tive length of the air strip. building show it to be 14
evenings, Jan. 12-16, will elected for terms of two sored by the Wally Byam Saturday, Caravan Club Other persons spoke of feet In height. ,
officially open the Island years each. The terms of Caravans. discussion; Mexican talk; -
Players winter season. Commissioners Gene Cox First of the trailers are style show of easy care
Leading the cast will be and Tom McKay will expire due to arrive on Jan. 13, travel clothes; trailer RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
Jack and Ellen Marshall, next month. and the Men's Club of maintenance and driving
well known Realtors on Petitions of candidatesfor Roscr Memorial Church session; ski show;casting I tho City-cf Holmes Beach did at ,4 I
.. the' Island. Jack will play the two seats on the has planned an old-fash- contest; square dance special meetings on June 17; 1963 and June 22, r
the part of Elliott Nash, commission must be signed ioned fish fry for thetrailerltes matinee; skit practice 1963, attempt to clone that portion of 70th Street .
and Ellen the part of Nell by ten qualified voters at the churchon and the Algaler Family.Sundaylnterdenomlna lying between Block 5 and 6 of WEST WIND
Nash, his wife. and filed with the city Pine Avenue, Anna Maria SHORES SUBDIVISION, as per Plat Book 7,page
Doth Mr. and Mrs. Marshall clerk until noon, Tuesday, from 11 a.m. to 5p.m.on tlonal church service in 22, of the Public Records of Manatee County,
have appeared in a Jan. 26. Thursday, Jan. 14. The large tent; sand castle Florida, and that portion of 7 hit Street, lying
number of Island Players' In order to purge the fish fry will be served on building contest; drift- between Block 5 and 4 of said subdivision, and
productions in previous list of registered voters, an "all you can cat" basis wood arranging contest; WHEKEAS, it affirmatively appears from the
years. a reregistration of all for a contribution $1.50 professional show; Cabana records of this city that no notice of said special
Hermann Brandt, who electors in the city was per person. Beach Club "chickenfeed meetings was given to the public, and
has appeared in several voted early last year by Other events planned for ;" Beach Club Cafe; WIIElU AS, It further appears that the applicant
Players' productions, is the city commission. All the visitors arc: Friday, awarding of trophies; parade for the closing of said streets was not the then
to play the part of Harlow voters who registered in official opening of rally; of costumes; finale, owner of said Blocks 4, 5 and 6 at the time the
Edison. Urandt has had the city prior to May IS, "Aqua Ducks' square and costume ball. I attempt was made to close said streets, and
wide experience in Little 1964, must reregister at dance old fashioned bath. A total of about 3,000 WHEREAS, it further affirmatively appears
Theatre in Binghamton, the city office before noon, ing suit contest; Tony visitors arc expected. I that the then City Council wan mistaken In I
N. Y., Provincetown, Thursday, Feb. 4, so they asserting and believing said streets were not apart
Mass., and in Florida. can vote in next month's of the city road system in that all of the I
Others in the cast are: city election. / dedicated streets shown on plats within the City
Charlotte Gray of Holmes Residents may registerat of Holmes Beach, Florida, had been duly acceptedby
Beach;Jac Holman of Anna the city office from ordinance, and
Maria; Jean Henson, a 9 a.m. until noon, Mon, WHEREAS, the petitioner for the cloning of said
winter visitor; John Shal- day through Friday.A streets, together with the property which he-
low; David Lynn; Doyal financial report readat owned and a portion of said property In now
Raburn; Mike Piscitelliand the meeting of the city Involved In bankruptcy proceeding and It IH there-
Carl Hufnus. commission held Monday fore apparent that said pl.tUlonercannot now nor
evening, showed a total of In the forMccahlc future make any use or erect
Holders of season tickets 528.6H.-I7 cash on hand, any Improvement on Maid land ad originally
may make reservationsfor with bills of $2.949 ap. contemplated by said petitioner, and I
scats, at the pavilionat proved for payment.It WHEREAS, It IH the opinion of thin Council that
the Manatee County was voted to purchasea the attempted clotting of Maid streets wax for
Beach, from 2 to 5 p.m., new tractor drawn .s private use and benefit and that the benefit. If any,
Friday, Saturday or Mon- mower at a cost of $250. that was to accrue tit the city wan remote and
day, Jan. 8, 9 and 11. In No action was taken on contingent, andWHEREAS
charge of the ticket office the purchase of a new : <* duly advertised public hearing
arc Frank Schroeder, L. truck after a lengthy con, was had on (IX-cember 15, IV64, tudetermine the
R. Arnold Dr. K. W. sideration of five bids. A attitude and desires of the citizens of the City of
Stenstrom and John Os- special meeting will be Holmes Beach Florida, In regard to the attempt
borne. held to compare specifi- ed cloning of said streets and all personn
cations In the bids. appearing or writing were opposed the cloning
Island Players' Director Mayor Harvey G.Meyer of said streets,
Harold I Igo has asked that announced a celebrationof NOW, THEREFORE: UK I II RESOLVED BY
everyone be reminded of "Mitch Davis Day" on THE CITY COUNCIL CW1.mClrVOfJIIOI.MES
the readings for In 23 tohonor y BEACH. FLOKIDA. that the Resolution passedby
parts Saturday, Jan. -94::
..,.vs''r the City Council at special meeting held on
"Sunday in New York, the city's first mayor, "' ..
June 17 1963 and June 24, 1961. be and they are
the second play of the and to observe the 40th """ .. -.- ,
and be It further resolvedthat
season, will take place at anniversary of the clt/ hereby rescinded
the Community House at incorporation. SPORTY FISHING! Richard Brown of Avoca Mich., the portion of 70th Street lying between Block .
& p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9. Meyer appointed theclt) with giant sting ray he caught from the ADMIRAL 5 and 6; and that portion of 71m Street lying
Two women and three men commissioners as acom- Tuesday aftcrnoor.. The sea giant measured; 13 feet between Block 4 and 5, all lying and being In
are needed for the cast, mittec to arrange a fish from Its nose to the tip of Its tall; six feet, three WEST WIND SHORES SLJUU1V15I as per I'lat
plus considerable techni- fry in the Day Park as the Inches in extreme width and weighed In at about (Book 7,page 22,of the Public Records of Manatee
cal help In staging. The principal feature of the 400 pounds. According to Rube Allyn's "Dictionary County, Florida, be and they arc hereby declared
Chinese theatre technique celebration, from 11 a.m. of Fishes: the largest sting ray on record weighed open to the public as city streets.
will be used, involving to I 400 pounds, so pictured marine monster might have The foregoing Resolution unanimously panned
much scene-changing and In case p.m. of inclement been a record breaker. The three barbs on thelongtall by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Holmes
painting. Previous little weather, the fish fry will actually punched some small holes In the deck of Beach In regular session assembled this 5th
theatre experience is not be held at the Community the boat as the animal thrashed around on the deck day of January, 1965.
absolutely necessary. House. after it was brought aboard. (ISLANDER PHOTO)


2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 7, 196Islander

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EditorialsA .
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Selling Point .

Competition for the patronage of tourists from the

North is very keen among the counties of Florida, and 4
pa ticularly so among the counties on either coast. yFjGi
All permanent settlers in the Sunshine State--those Fa.R
wh> came from other states--were tourists or
visitors to Florida before they became residents.
Most Manatee County civic and business leaders

agree that the county--for a number of reasons on
which not everyone agrees--has fallen behind in this
competition, and has not been as successful in luring ;t- ti.
tourists to the area as have its neighboring countiesto
the north and south. .C
Leaders of those counties which have been more
successful in attracting tourists, who subsequently
Part time Islander, noted sculptor Jose deRivera
"area" ,
became permanent settlers, overlooked of N f'fi
community life which could be improved in helping to with sculpture in metal he was commissioned to do
make their new settlers feel welcome and at home. for the New York World's Fair.

Those counties realized early in the game that one f
Island Sculptor Wins Award
such area often was neglected by other counties-- -
politics. They also came to realize that a majorityof
the families they sought as permanent residentswere A part time Islander, toria Hotel in New Yorkon
Jose de Rivera of New March 17.
Republicans. The reasons they were sought as
residents had nothing to do with politics, but for other York City, recently was His sculpture at the New
reasons which won't be explored or commented upon the recipient of a $25,000 York World's Fair will bea
here. award from the Iron and permanent feature. It Is

So, those successful counties, as a logical step in Steel Institute. The award located in a landscapedarea
getting the families they wanted as settlers, even went was made to the winner ofa known as the"Courtof

so far as to encourage the growth of an active two- competition to producea the New York World's
party system, similar to the system to which the symbol to commemoratethe Fair. 1939.
sought-after settlers were a c c u S tom e d. And, so second hundred yearsof It is serpentine In shape,
successful was that growth, that the political picturein the Iron and steel in- triangular in section, and
both the counties in question has changed consider- dustry.De attenuated at the ends. It
ably--in fact, has very nearly gotten out of hand Rivera's work was revolves very slowly on a
altogether.The chosen from that of five base of polished stone,

county to the south Is now listed as the only sculptors in metal who allowing it to change its
Florida county having a majority of registered were asked to compete.A relationship with its sur-
Republican voters. And the one to the north shows stainless steel base, roundings, and Its space

increasing Republican strength--approaching a ., .. .. to be formed of samplesof volume to be described.
majority--at each election. Therefore, it appears :i I steel from 100 mills in Most of de Rivera's workIs
impossible to have one's political cake--the old the western hemisphere, made of 3/16 inch thick
one-party system--and eat It toot will support the sculpture.It flat stainless steel,form-
Could the two-party system be the selling point will be exhibited at ed by hand into triangular
Manatee County has overlooked in striving so long a number of places In tt.e tubular or other shapes.
and so hard to maintain Its political status quo? country, and will first be The finished works are;
rGimmicks CL shown at the Waldorf As- very highly polished.

And Attractions
Factors which have helped some Florida countiesto

lead others in the competition for tourists are, in ,

many cases, merely gimmicks. In this category are :: ; Dear Mayor Twist:
the famous green benches of a nearby city and county. I have been a property owner and resident of]
(Why name the city? Everyone knows it anyway, andit Holmes Beach for over ten years and have been!
already has had too many free plugs without getting flying since 1918, with over a million and a half
any more from us.) miles recorded. At the present time I am Directorof
Those green benches have earned the city and countyin Government Technical Services for Huck Mfg.
point thousands of free items in the news and Co. of Detroit, and travel over 125,000 miles a year ]

editorial pages of papers throughout this country,as ,; -.:.-- selling specialized aircraft fasteners.I .
well as In other countries. Almost unlimited publicity, feel that all of the merchants and residents of I
and almost without cost! Anna Maria Island should be very concerned over the
Of course the mere fact of the publicity does not potential mental and actual hazard to both landing i
automatically bring the tourists. But it does help to aircraft and occupants of a store that a building
make the name of a city, county or area well known, ISLANDER PHOTO BY RENE REDON directly In line with the approach to the landing]

subconsciously registering it in the minds of those JAMES CURRAN, 74, of strip at Holmes Beach would create.I .
who hear it or read it. Roser Guild 1205 Gulf Drive South, have discussed this matter with key Federal!

Manatee County HAS a few such gimmicks, but Bradenton Beach, died at Aviation authorities, and find that they cannot
Memorial Guild
needs more. One such publicity-getter, located onlya Roser voluntarily attend a meeting, make recommendations -
a local hospital, Monday,
will the
couple of hundred feet from our office window, is meet at churchat in Coat- or restrict the erection of such a building.|
Jan. 4. Born
the much photographed old Anna Maria City Jail. It 1 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 'bridge Scotland, he had However, if the building is erected, they can the
was noticed but little until 12, when a luncheon will field and if the
the former publisher of limit the approach length of the ,
been a winter visitor to
this paper suggested the sign which it now bears: "No be served by Group 1, the Island from White determine that safety of flight is Involved, theyca
with tickets for the lun-
Roof No Doors, No Bars, No Guests for Yrs. 'N Mich. for also restrict any licensed air taxi from using th
Yrs./' cheon to be sold for a Lake Township, field.
donation of each. the past six winters. lie
Although the sign is not exactly according to the $1.25 of This field is one of the major attractions of Ann
The luncheon will be followed was a retired owner a
suggestion, nor is the part of the building on which it store and was a Maria Island and Longboat Key to business executives
is painted, the jail proper, nevertheless the little old by a program membersof on"Missions" grocery member of Longboat Key where time Is of the essence,and it should

building probably is the most photographed spot In 1. by Island Chapel.He maintained and also should be Improved by th ;
the county. It was the subject of a Saturday Evening Group is survived by his addition of landing lights for night landings, as a

Post article several years ago, and within the past wife Mrs. Clara L. Cur- attraction to bring new residents to our Island.
two years, The ISLANDER has furnished pictures of ",.. ran, Bradenton Beach; I would like to suggest that you discuss the effec
the jail, plus information about it, to several news- four sons, James Curran of the proposed building with Mr. Frank Wlgnal '
paper columnists their request. and John Curran of Detroit Chief of FAA, at 526-3182, St. Petersburg. Ala
Another county publicity gimmick Is the old railroad Thomas Curran of Jim Chesson at 862-8108. Albert Whitted Airpor
locomotive at the south end of the Green Bridge in r Wichita Falls, Texas, and St. Petersburg, has been familiar with the landir
Bradenton. And the king-sized banyan tree growing Henry Curran of Elgin, strip since its inception.
in the middle of a street in the eastern part of the Ill.; ten grandchildren, Yours very truly, '1
city. Frank A. Dobbe '
and three great grand-
And, even though a city or a county has a well- children.
stocked closet of such publicity gimmicks It also M Funeral services were The Islander I
needs what public relations and chamber of commerce
people call "major attractions." held Chapel at Griffith-Cline Monday evening Island -- An |1-4.f_4.N! Weekly 1 published every n,,'....., I

Major attractions, to give a few examples, include with the Rev. Lamar by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY j

such features as Silver Springs, Cypress Gardens, Kincaid, pastor of Long- 314 Pf.. A......, AN... ..ri. Island Ffe/ifa.

Warm Mineral Springs, and other spectaculars of I boat Key Island Chapel EDITOR..... .r.____---STEVE KIMBALL
nature which have been aided and abetted by the 'officiating. Burial was in (
liberal use of dollars and publicity. Detroit. ADVERTISING: MANAGER MARGE KIMBAll '
Other bona fide major attractions are entirely man- MAIL ADDRESS: P. O, Hoi 737.Anna Maria. Florida.

made from scratch, such as the Ring ling Museum. TELEPHONE: 7782021. j

Busch Gardens Horn's Cars of Yesterday,and a host ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. s.. 1X30
of others. '
W.t f R.UUIItmm l lT..p per year; $2 for six month Canada, \\JiII
.. On the current agenda of things which need doing in sTs..p..rr.a per year. ADVERTISING RATES: I
Manatee County is a proposal to make Bradenton's SI per column Inch. Dlacuwnt d ten "'? ': '
South Florida Museum a major attraction for the area. N4M>.. 4p* HI'K percent for its COftHC ut 1ft Insertion *** ...
Much of the preliminary work, planning and fund a If paid by tenth of following month. $ s+
raising have already been done by public-spirited Dec. 29--60 75 70 78 68 None National or al placed adtertUinju J I
citizens but the still Dec. 30--62 74 70 79 69 None $1.26 per column tech.assts. A| .
project needs that last hard u .ttt.wa st+s usatet. Q|
boost to get It over the top. Let' get behind It, and Dec. 31--64 74 64 82 68 None CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
do whatever Is needed.At Jan. 1--64 76 67 81 68 None
Entered aa Second Class matter under
the same time let's prepare plans for a gallows, Jan. 2--66 75 68 80 69 None the Act of March 3. 1879. J',
on which to "honor" the first PR expert who refersto Jan. 3--70 77 66 79 68 .2

the museum as being elsewhere than in Bradentonor Jan. 4--58 72 62 80 68 None MANATEE COUMTY1 ONLY HOMI OVNEONEWAfflPage 4
Manatee County. :1





Thursday January 7, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3'iwet
Bells Guests at the MotelsMERRIMAC
a" LJ
ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Cockl g'ltells Demanski of Detroit, for the winter...Mr and Mrs. t Q'i
Ernest Chadwell of East Lansing Mich...Mr. and y k'Ykp
Mrs. John Wright of Cohoes, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.
And HOW does your garden grow? John Sterrett of Indianapolis...Mr.and Mrs.Leon-
ard Hughes of Webster Grove, Mo., and party.
The holiday season will soon be over--Christmas HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W.C.Thomas of l.f fr ''
i decorations will come down--the atmosphere of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Shuart of Wyckoff, rl1. 1\ ,
peace and good will will linger I hope--and the N. J...Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mahoney of Adelphla e .
: gardeners will get back to work. Ohio, and daughter...Mr. and Mrs. M.L.Wright of Twin sons Jimmy and Eddie (left and right), ot Mr.
\ During the holidays I received a card entitled Wood Dale, Ill., and son Bob, daughter Judy, and and Mrs. Gene Moss of Anna Maria as they posed
"Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann. Whether or not Miss Linda Nommetter. recently with their new baby sister, Betty.of .
i" is material for a garden column is debatable. It CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. F.
such a splendid philosophy for that wonderful Coleman of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. J. Sims of St. Elkhart Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Akers of
I group of people who truly love plants,that I want to Petersburg.TRIPP'S Rockville, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson of
share it with you: "Go placidly amid the noise and COURT: Mr. and Mrs. John W. Scott of Bloomingdale, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maloffee of
the haste, and remember what peace there may be Cincinnati...A. J. Crositue of Norwalk, Conn. Lake Worth...Mr and Mrs. James Osborne of
in silence As far as possible without surren- ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. George Bedford, Ind...Josh Lovelace of Baltimore...Mr.
der, be on good terms with all persons.Speak your Prestman Jr. of St. Petersburg...Mrs. Josephine and Mrs. Edward Boone Jr. of Aiken,S.C...Mr. and
truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others,even Julian; Mrs. Lillian Judy; Dr. and Mrs. Yoshiharw Mrs. J. C. Dickerson of Indianapolis...Mr.and Mrs.
to the dull and the ignorant; they too have their Poda; Dr. and Mrs. Micrliteru Hori, and Miss James H. Ronan of Lone Tree, Iowa...Mr. and Mrs.
story. Avoid loud and agressive persons; they are Tomie Imai, all of Lakeland...Mrs. L. W. Sextonof Mark R. Hackman of Ephrata Pa...Mr. and Mrs.J. .
vexatious to the spirit Indianapolis. C. Brown of Bartow.
"U you compare yourself with others you may Y-Z-LIV-N MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs.Philip Saupe S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
become bitter and vain, for always there will be Wolf of Winston-Salem, N. C...Mr. and Mrs.
greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy William T. Beattie of Toledo, Ohio...Col. and Mrs.
your achievements as well as your plans. Keep Paul S. Lindberg of Fort McPherson Ga...Mr. and
interested in your own career, however humble; it 'J Mrs. R. M. Schoenbeck of Florissant Mo.
is a real possession in the changing fortunes of "ffiW' THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.
time and Mrs. John Goodman of St.Petersburg...Mr.and !
"Exercise caution in your business affairs, for } Mrs. George M. Witte of Fremont, Mich..Mr. and
the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind Mrs. Robert Summers Jr. of Atlanta...Mr.and Mrs.
you to what virtue there is;many persons strive for the universe is unfolding as it should.Therefore be Herbert W. Horton and Mr. and Mrs. James Crest-
high ideals and everywhere life is full of at peace with God, whatever you conceive (Continued on Page 5)
heroism him to DC. .
"Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection. "And whatever your
Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all labors and aspirationsin
aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the the noisy confusion of The Shareholders Directors Officers and Employees
grass life, keep peace in your
"Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully soul. With all its sham, Very Proudly and Humbly Again Say
surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength drudgery and broken
of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.But do dreams it is still a
not distress yourself with dark Imaginings. Many beautiful world. Be
fears are born of fatigue and loneliness cheerful. Strive to be
"Beyond a wholesome discipline be gentle with Happy. THflIIKS
yourself. You are a child of the universe no less
than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be See you next week.
here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt GINNIE
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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January"7, 1965

Other holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karr were-
AIJ About People... Mr. and Mrs. E. Wiegle and sons Dean and Craig,
and Mrs. Hazel Spaulding of Maywood, Ill.
Glennon-Ferguson WeddingMR. MR. AND MRS. JAMES N. SLEE of CornwaU-on-
Hudson N. Y. are spending the winter at the homeof

AND MRS. HUGH FRANCIS FERGUSON of Mrs. Herbert Harper, Starfish Road, Holmes
Drexel Hill, Pa., announce the marriage of their Beach.
daughter, Constance Anne,to Ensign Robert Clifford DR. AND MRS. W. H. GRANT of Lansdowne,Ont.,
Glennon, USN.son of Mr.and Mrs.Raymond Glennonof *. are spending the winter at the Frick Cottage on
Holmes Beach. The wedding took place on Shell Drive, Holmes Beach.
Tuesday, Dec. 22, at eleven o'clock In the morning J MR. AND MRS. A. STANTON BURNHAM of Anna
In the Main Chapel of the United States Naval r F.4A Maria, and their daughter Sylvia, had as guests at a
Academy, Annapolis,Md.A reception followed at the family get-together over the Christmas holidays,
Officers' Club of the Naval Academy.The their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Rich-
Rev. Francis B. Brian,O.S.A.,celebrated the r W; 6 ard P. Goldthwait of Worthington, Ohio, and son-
nuptial mass and conferred upon the couple a Papal .r in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oldham,
blessing from Pope Paul VI. The bride, who was and other children, Susan, Betsy and Tom. Other
given In marriage by her father,wore a floor length guests were Mr. Burnham's sisters Miss Margaretand
gown of silk face satin with long sleeves and por- i/ Miss Helena Burnham of Anna Maria;and Mrs.
trait neckline. A band of silk face satin outlined the Burnham's brother and sister-in-law,Mr.and Mrs.J. .
empire waistline, ending at the back waist with bow Curtis Snyder, who are wintering on the Island,
and streamers. The princess line skirt cascadedinto and two daughters and their families, Mr.and Mrs.
a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of Illusion Henry King, and Mr. and Mrs.Henry Lewis and son
fell from a crown of crystal beads. She carried a of West Virginia; and another brother, George R.
bouquet of white Fuji chrysanthemums and her Snyder, with his son Dr. James Snyder.
Miss Katherine Ferguson, sister of the bride, Bearsville, N. Y., are occupying their home in
served as maid of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss MR. AND MRS. W. E.METZGERSR.of Street, Anna Maria for the winter months.
Nancy McCaddon of Fort Bragg, N. C. had as their holiday guests, their son and daughter- MR. AND MRS.CARL HUFNUS of 307-59th Street,
Ensign Marshall L. Evans of Pensacola was best in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Metzger Jr. of Reading, had as holiday guests,their son-in-law and daughter,
Pa., and children, Beth, Wilford III, and twins Frank Private and Mrs. Patrick J. Webb of
man. The ushers, who formed an arch of swords on Ft. Polk, La.
. the chapel steps for the bride and groom, were and John. Other holiday guests of the Metzgers were Pvt. Webb is receiving special training as an Army
Ensign Francis Johnson, Ensign Bruce Kastel and their daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Shafer of Cincinnati, communications crewman.
and her Vernon.
Ensign John M. Taylor IV, all of Pensacola, and son MR. AND MRS. IRA RIFFLE of Bay Boulevard,
Lt. Joseph Breen, USAF, Lubbock, Texas, and MR. AND MRS. EARLE CROMER JR. of Mt. Anna Maria, returned home recently from Tiger,
Midshipman Michael Williams of the U. S. Naval Prospect, 111., and family, were guests for the recent Ga., where they vacationed at their summer home
Academy. holidays of Mr. Cromer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. for several months.
Following a honeymoon In the Poconos,the couple Earle Cromer of Crescent Drive, Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS.CHARLES KRUGER of Connecticutand
will make their home in Pensacola, where the MR. AND MRS. OWEN LIVELY have returned the John Collins of Union Lake,N.Y.,are spendingthe
groom is completing naval aviation training. The Island from Cave Springs, Ga., to spend the rest of winter at the Linda Vista Duplexes, Holmes
the winter at their home on Avenue F,Holmes Beach.
bride is a senior at Georgetown University, Wash- Beach.
ington, D. C. The groom is an honor graduate of the MR': AND MRS. THOMAS TURNER of Cincinnati, MR. AND MRS.LEON CHESTER of Swainsboro,
U. S. Naval Academy. and their three children, visited Mrs. Turner's Ga., were guests over the New Year's weekend, of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Osborne of Neptune Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Webb of Periwinkle Plaza, Anna
MRS. HAZEL FLORA of Dowagiac, Mich., Is Lane, over the holidays. This was the Turners' Maria.
spending the winter with her son and daughterinlaw second year-end visit in succession with Mr. and MRS. J. FRED ARCHER of Holmes Beach returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Shanafelt of 756 North Mrs. Osborne. home a few days ago after visiting relatives and
Shore Drive. New Year's guests of the Shanafelts, MR. AND MRS. PETER C. KARR of Bay Boulevard friends in Augusta and Greensboro, Ga., for a few
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Card of Dowagiac, Mr. Anna Maria, had as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. days. Mrs. Archer had as a holiday guest, her
Shanafelt's brother-in-law and sister. Eric Karr of Chicago, and their daughter Linda.THE sister-in-law, Mrs. Vera Archer of Augusta, Ga.

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Thursday January 7, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 I

of Hinsdale 111., &family.
Annual Christmas p, ri Guests at the Motels BAYVIEW VILLA: Mr.

(Continued from Page 3)) and Mrs. Floyd M. Bryanof
Island Bird Count waite of Anderson, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Findlay, Ohio. ..Mr.
Following is a list of the Zimmerman of Indianapolis...Mr.and Mrs. GregoryS. and Mrs. Harry Gabbardof
birds seen in the annual Roy of Westerville, Ohio, and family. .Mr. and Franklin, Ohio, & son.
Christmas bird count on Mrs. Herman Vanderwahl of Frankfort, 111...Mr.and HARBOR LIGHTS: Mr.
the Island, of the National Mrs. M. Van Der Mullen of Rochester, N. Y..Mr.and and Mrs. George R. Granof
Audubon Society, taken on Mrs. Wayne Leland Hawley of Farmersville, Akron, Ohio.. .Mr.and
Tuesday Dec. 22: Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shacklett of Chattanooga Mrs. W. L. Blair of Rus-
Loon 1 ...Mr. and Mrs. William Leitch of Mattoon,Ill.,and sell YUle, Ark.. .Mr. and
Cormorant 2,617 family. .. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams of Secane, Pa. Mrs. Embleton of Ham-
Yellow Crowned ..Mr. and Mrs. John F. Guest of College Park Md. ilton, Ont.. .Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Night Heron 16 Common sight along the Island beaches are gulls Perry M. Spitzer Jr. of Fairfield Ala. W. Tllton of Linwood,
Louisiana Heron 3 gathering to enjoy bread being thrown them by local PROTHERO APARTMENTS: R.E. Theel of Rochester N. J..Mr. and Mrs.Wil-
Little Blue Heron 9 bird lovers. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Minn. liam Farrell of Rochester -
Great Blue Heron 23 BRUNNER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Swiftof N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Great White Heron 1 Blue Jay 13 Society who helped make Evanston, Ill for three months. W. Watchorn of Syra-
Common Egret 12 Mockingbird 86 the count said possible SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry cuse, N. Y.. Mrs. Ortan,
Cattle Egret 10 Catbird 13 reasons for the decreasein Christman of Batavia, 111. Mrs.Nuttingham and Mrs.
Snowy Egret 16 Shrike 18 the number of land CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. S. Yonka of Wilkins of Raleigh, N. C.
Mottled Duck 11 Brown Thrasher 2 birds might be the wider Toronto, Ont...Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Dancy of Durham TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. &
Red Breasted Robin 480 use of insecticides, lossof N. C. Mrs. John F. Kenear of
Merganser 45 Blue Grey many Australian pine PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Eric Karr of Whitesboro,N. Y.. .Mr. &
Lesser Scaup 100 Gnatcatcher 3 trees, and the clearing of Chicago, and daughter. Mrs.M.C.Galan of Kenai,
Herring Gull 11 Black and White many areas which were WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mrs. J. C. Wenckus Alaska.R. .
Laughing Gull 256 Warbler 1 formerly heavily wooded. '
Ring Billed Gull 298 Myrtle Warbler 86 The only unusual speciesseen ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE I
Forsters Tern 56 Pine Warbler 23 was one Great White
Royal Tern 400 Yellowthroat 1 Heron, a species seldom Bayou Marina droppedall Pete Reynard's Restau- Guild 200A.
Sandwich Tern 15 Red Winged seen north of the Ever- four points to Bay rant 3, Roser Men's Club VanOstenbridge 199
Black Skimmer 550 Blackbird 480 glades and Florida Bay. Area Insurance Monday 1. (Earl Carter. 198-508; .
Brown Pelican 276 Common Grackle 10 This heron has been seen evening, but managed to Russ Guild, 200-487)). TOP TEN SERIESA.
Horned Grebe 3 Cardinal 15 around the canals on the hang on to first place in Schumaker 628R. (
White Ibis 76 Towhee 2 north end of the Island for the Island Bowling League LEAGUE STANDINGS Schuchard 587T.
Wood Stork 16 Cowbird 33 the past two months.He is standings. High scores in Bayou Marina 44 Edwards 554
Black Bellied Goldfinch 30 quite tame, often stays the match were Art Schu- Tropical Vista 43 B. Arkebauer 543
Plover 51 House Sparrow 7 close to fishermen, and maker, 212-628 for the Schuchard Plumbing 43 A. VanOstenbridge 540
Piping Plover 3 Savannah Sparrow 31 often is fed by them. winners, and Ernie Bra- Island Marine Supply 42 C. Chapman 531G.
Wilsons Plover 6 Starling 109 Those who participatedin dow, 195, and Hank Day Area Insurance 40 Thibodeau 529
Kildeer 11 Approximately 6,480 individual the bird count were Niesiobedskl, 483, for the Gray's Econowash 38 B. Conlon 527F. :
Spotted Sandpiper 7 birds of 63 John E. Holmes III, Mr. losers. VanOstenbridge 33 Moc 521
Least Sandpiper 6 species were seen. The and Mrs. R. D. Morgan, Other scores: Schuchard Island Pharmacy 31.5 R. King 520
Ruddy Turnstone 85 count showed 15 fewer Carl Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Plumbing 4,Gray's Econ- Island Bank 26 .
Knot 20 species than the count of Clyde Phelps, Marian owash 0. (Ray Schuchard Pete Reynard's 25.5 Next Week's ScheduleVanOstenbridge
Sparrow Hawk 21 the previous year, and a Rich, and Talbot Brewer.A 243-587; Charles Weaver Roser Men's Club 23 Day Area
Ground Dove 8 smaller number in manyof 188-511)). The ISLANDER 19 Island Marine Island Bank
Mourning Dove 123 the species of land Island Marine Supply 3, ISLANDER Roser M.C.
Willet 8 birds, except for the great corporation recently VanOstenbridge Builders TOP TEN GAMESR. Trop. Vista Bayou Mar.
Fish Crow 10 influx of robins. The num- chartered by the Florida 1. (Andy Rasmussen, 190- Schuchard 243T. Pete Reynard Econowash
Red Bellied ber of red winged black Secretary of State Is the 534; Aaron VanOsten Edwards 223R. Schuchard Island Phar.
Woodpecker 11 birds dropped from more Island FOodway Inc. The bridge, 199-540). King 217A. BOWLING BRIEFS
Yellow Bellied than 1,200 to 480. Countof incorporators are RonaldJ. Webb's Island Pharmacy Schumaker 212A. Our congratulations this
Sapsucker 6 Individual and speciesof and Madge Whiting, and 3, Tropical Vista 1.(Russ Schumaker 210G. week to Ray Schuchard for
Flicker 12 water and shore birds Burton C. Polk,all of Pal- King, 217, George Thibo- Thlbodeau 210A. his fine 243 game, and to
Carolina Wren 1 remained about the same. metto,owners of the local deau, 529; Tom Edwards, Schumaker 206R. Art Schumaker for some
Kingfisher 7 Members of the Audubon Handy Dandy Store. 223-554)). Schuchard 200 good consistent bowling.
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JPaire 6 THE ISLANDER-- Thursday January 7, 1965-

CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Holy CommunionAt Fellowship DinnerA
Baptist RevivalThe Card PartyA
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT fellowship dinner will

BERNARD MISSION COURT FOR OP THE FLORIDA MIDDLE DISTRICT Island Baptist luncheon-card party, Gloria Dei be served at Roser Me-

(CATHOLIC) TAMPA DIVISIONIn Church will sponsor a sponsored by the Epis- The Sacrament of Holy morial Church at 6:15

R... Francis F. WslsmUlsr JEAN-PAUL the Matter STE-oft )) period of Re vi v a I Meet- copal Churchwomen of the Communion for the Epi- p.m., Sunday, Jan. 10.

MASS WEEKDAYS: SUNDAY! 8 on 8. 9slS & 10l30 PHEN ST. LAURENT )N0.64-121-T ings, which will take place Church of The Annunciation phany season will be Everyone in the com-

HOLY DAYS 8 am & I pm ST.and MADELEINE LAURENT H. )) Jan. 10 20. Everyone is will be held at the administered at Gloria munity Is invited to attend

ROSARY WEDNESDAYS& BENEDICTION"7t JO pm Bankrupts. ) invited to attend the meet- parish house of the churchat Dei Lutheran Church at and those planning to do

Harvey Memorial ChurchNanDenominafonel >I> ings in an effort to renew noon, Wednesday, Jan. the 10:30 a.m. service on so are asked to take a

( ) NOTICE OP SALS and strengthen the Spiritof 12. Mrs. Herbert Babcock Sunday, Jan. 10, the firstof covered dish. Table ser-

Brs4.nton Beech TO ALL CR.EDITOIlSOPSAIDBANJC- Christ" within the Mrs. A. L. Genungand six seasonal obser- vice, rolls and beverageare

B... A. W. Sim*. RUPTS heart. Mrs. J. F. Colemanare vances to be conducted furnished. Followingthe
SUNDAY You are hereby notified that John co-chairmen for the dinner there will bea
9ilS am Sunday School Beckett. M trustee of die estate of the The pastor, the Rev. Lee during 1965.Sunday's .
lOiiO am Worship Service above-named bankrupts, proposes to Ratliff, will speak Jan. 10 event, and have promiseda service will fellowship program,
a..t....* Sel... ServiceA. eau the following property of me bankrupts and 11. Beginning on Jan. luncheon similar to the begin with a brief con- which will Include a pre-

M. CwMMNilty New*. 1. All the personal property located 12, the Rev. George Hul- one at last year's party. fession for all who parti- sentation of the general

SUNDAY 9:00 am Sunday Service at Florida 323-7 Sett St.. Holmts Beach sey of Atlanta will serveas Numerous door prizes, cipate. Any member of a theme "New Nations,"

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 2. All the personal property located Evangelist through Jan. as well as one for each Christian church will be by Mrs. Raymond Green,

R... L.. Retlitt. PesUr at Florida 403-80th St.. Holmea Beach, 20. Mrs. Grace Alderton table, will be awarded. welcome to attend and to for the annual School of

SUNDAY! S.One 1W4 Renault Caravslle Convertible will have charge of spe- Tickets, limited to 35 participate. Missions. A film,entitled
i tl4S am Sunday School and one, 1961 Outs-Craft tables be purchasedfrom also will be
I lOtOO am Worship SorvicaSi30 21' Inboard "Sports Cavalier"on cial music, and will be may There also will be a "Harambee
pm Chapel Choir Saturday,January 9. 1963.and that the organist. Mrs. Lee Mrs. N. A. Nelson, brief service of instal- shown to begin the Schoolof

6i30 7130: pm pm Youth Worship Fellowship Service the property automobile located, boat at 923-73th and personal Ratliff will be the pianist. 778-2176, through Mon- lation for Earle Cromerof Missions. The Senior

REVIVAL Starting Jan. 10 Holmes Beach. Florida. will be sold Services will be held at day, Jan. 11.BUILDER. Anna Maria and Samuel Youth Fellowship of the
through Jan. 20 on such premises at 10:00 A.M. on 10 and 6:30 church will have the
WEDNESDAY such datet and the personal a.m. p.m. on Bailey of Holmes Beach, same
4:00 pm Intermediate GA property CbaCllaU 403-Mth St.. Sundays. The weekday both of whom recentlywere program the same even-

R... Msmeriel ChurchN.nDensin.tia.l Holmes such premises Beach Florida at 2:00 will P.M.be on told such at meetings will begin at elected to member- ing. All young people in

( ) date. Creditors are entitled to attend 7:30 p.m. each dayexcept ship on the official coun- junior and senior high
R... Richard K. Wieefoe and submit their bids.No sale becomes Saturday, when there will cil of the church. school are invited.
P.sl.rTHURSDAY final until It la confirmed by AlexanderL.
Paakay. Referee In Bankruptcy. be no service.
lOiOO am Guild Executive Bd. After confirmation of sale any personal The Rev. Mr. Hulsey is ELGIN Water Softeners and Filters
3)00 pm Rosor Choristers property sold shall be removedby
4)00 pm Cantus Choir the bidder at the bidder's sxpense. a graduate of Howard Col- M. PHILLIPS
7)30 pm Senior Choir The petition for such sale has been lege, Birmingham, Ala., 77fl uftA ROY
SUNDAY duly filed with the under alfned and you -
9iOO am Worship Service are hereby notified to file objections and of the New Orleans OF HOMES BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
10:00 am Sunday School thereto If any you have, prior to such Baptist Seminary. He has House suitable for Islend"
.11 US am Worship Service eale. climate 1 end cenditiens. 744-5142 FULLY GUAWlTUDBankruplcy
Si30 pm Fellowship Supper DATED at Tampa,Florida this 23rd served as pastor of Remodeling Additions t
6ll5 pm Fellowship Program day of December 1964ALEXANDER. churches in Louisiana, Reeeirs. Truttwerthyeitimetet
7iOO Youth Fellowship 1..PASKAV
MONDAY REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY Alabama, and now serves ,i".... Sato
lOiOO am Croup 3, Urs. Walker JOHN BECKETT the Cascade Baptist NORMAN ROSEDALE
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Trustee In Bankruptcy Anne Merle 778-1410
TUESDAY 322-77th Street Church in Atlanta. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1965
llOOpm Guild Lunch.on ....t. Holmes Beach Florida
WEDNESDAY Telephone No. 7783333and TIME: 10 A.M.--LOCATION: 523-75th Street,
10 am*2 pm Mission Workshop ERNIE'SCAMERA "
DRIFTWOODGALLERIES Holmes Beach--ITEMS: 1964 Renault "Conv. ;
Church of The Annunciation 3300 Marina Beach DriveHolmes Florida SHOP 1961 21 ft. Chris Craft Inboard Boat, plus all

(Episcopal) home furnishings.
Personal including
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe. Rector .
The City of Anna Maria. Florida.
will bold election Jnteretting DEVELOPING 24 HOURS
THURSDAY an on Tuesday
403-80th Street
February 9. 1963. to elect two City :
9:00 am Holy Eucharist1st A Treasured Color & Block and Whit.
SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY Commissioners. Holmes Beach--All Personal Property (Home
8:00 am Holy Eucharist FRANCES V. MAXON CREATIONS 48 HRS.-SIId.s & Movie Furnishings)--All Sales Cash, All Sales Final.
10:30 am Family Eucharist &
Sermon, Church School Clerkl7,14,21&265 rUNDOUrTS (If brought In by 1 p.m.) NO REAL ESTATE--For further information
Gloria D.I Call JOHN BECKETT Trustee, 778-3333
R.,. Lester M. Utz Pastor Petitions for candidates for the
office of City Commissioner of the see si. II'. eVf rat. tt nO Me yew 125 Bridge Street
SUNDAY City of Anna Marta Florida must be eattle yew Merest Is cresUag.Cwtis BRADENTON BEACH
9IS am Sunday School signed by ten (10) qualified electorsand
10:30 am Worship Service may be filed with the City Clerk RJ. 4 40tfc! St. 778-1185
11130 am Choir Rehearsal until nosy January 26, 1965.
LeneVat stone Ch..1CHoltl.I FRANCES V.MAXON -
10 20
City Clerk -
( ) .1/76 1463REGISTRATION
When trust
lOtOOam Prayer Group OF VOTERS
SATURDAY The Registration Boob of the Cityof
lOO pm Choir Rehearsal Ann Maria. Florida are open and car to us you are 8605 Gulf Drive
2t30 pm Speech Choir Rehearsal will remain open until 12 noon.February
SUNDAY 4, 1963. All voters are required
115 am Sunday School to register. Anyone registered lor particular! !! EVANGELIST: PASTOR:
9130 am Adult Bibl. Class to May 13. 1964 will not: be eligible to
11 lOO am Worship Service 6S.rmon vote. Residents may register at the REV. GEORGE HULSEY REV. LEE KATLIFP
'Catching the Wrong City Office 402 Pine Avenue from TttAco
Bu.' 9:00 A.... until noon. Monday through ( of Atlanta Ga.SUNDAY.

Friday. SERVICES 10 and 4:30
: am pm
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NATIONAL 0" BRAOINTON BANK endue Thermometers Pens. Matches Ash Trtye Key, Banks Tags. Come see. Come !touch Compare Frigidaire!
Orchids SUrrere ft Spoooe, Combs,
Letter Openers, etc. Thousands ol '_
Items available. Call J.C.McDonald :
at Thriftiest FROST-PROOF
Tract DepartmtatP.roeol FOR One Bedroom CotUfeTReasonable ; << 'I
rites. 300 ft. from Gulf I
e LOOMCommtrciel Beach. 209 Cedar Ave., Anna MsrU. IFrigidaire Refrigerator !
Loam Phone 7 -221t
Mortgage LOOM FCc 6 Fu AU-=r : zero zone top
Boat w/ top windshield and -
PLUS 28 Other Services controls line and anchor, trailer.Smith. L R i freezer!
I 301.61st St.. Holmes Beach NEW t t
j 100 Frost Proof
% No frost, no
LOTS Fol SALEi 93 ft. on CanUT defrosting ever!
priced for quiet sale Gulf Front full-width fruit and vegetable
Miwete rote J $10.0001 77th St. Canal $4.000 75 Hydrator sliding shelf deep-
i St. CMei. $3.900 73rd ... $3.000.
JN. B.PROTrlBftO. .... Real Escste shelf storage door!
YJlfJIJmlmt.: il --
Cold Currency, or Porelm Coine ofuy
COMMIT.. or old Medsls. Takes. UW
etc. Bym's Bizarre Bazaar, 140)teeese -j
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MSMsCVITMAMTMLMOiT BDCa TBNANCEi< WINDOWS VADiEDIOILED. jcl currents: lor "detp action" clcjninfkt 3 C.ler cr wt... ANN 11:1: (:WI\

RATRS RsrensCM. New Jet Spin um dry,m lime!
MM int S%... Atrrter.. KEN FELLOWS PHONE 771-MM '
tutsaMw a.1 preritd tislYsr II "mL t."V $OW8Q & Because fiid! ire 'efrie' tOls are

.........iff Mr se6gitehraap ......-$1IX.CM be see at Anchor quality: bu.lt-and everybody knows ii-
....... ....r4r + tYftnoa BUY NOW for ether the used ones sell faster than
..... a illUMe'" CloGiC2aMn.- other makes!
:.rapt.'...... Th.1t's why' we.1I live
..item 16t4r.....II r tweq tog. FRIGIOA.RE. OWNERS! a bigger .tr-.ln allowance. And that's roar
II teB/hb ....... trill La6eersi why It will pay you to trade right
p. ....tar_.Ie.r er W 12'warUsf' ea.dltfo.-$3G. Peer 743-
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Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE/ / Sales & Service Dealer
5500 Marina Dr.

HOLMES BEACH Telephone 5600 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach Phone 778-1267

744-0651 or 746-9110 aftet S




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January 7, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page i




WE HAVE TWO 3-BR, 2-Bath Homes in .ate ti
Whitfield Estates and Manatee Junior College
Area--Both are only three to four years old.

'i. r r Will TradeFor

House Cottage JACK HOLMES, Realtor

Canal Home or Lot. 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648

f, Please Contact Dick Wagnerfor HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDAALL

1. Two-OR Cottage near Gulf and stores--
Phone 778.2663 PRICE of $8,000.
..l 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 2. CANALFRONT LOTS @ $2,700 ea. Closeto
.... 1tl the Beach. (Only 3 left at this LOW price).
tome at 524 Key Royale Drive (upper), Holmes 3. OPEN WATERFRONT LOT with GOOD
(Beach, SEAWALL. Unexcelled view. Price: 6500.
recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
I Flint of Minneapolis, from Mr. and Mrs. Max A. LARGE FAMILY OR INCOMEFACING
[Cole of Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Flint have PARRISH REALTY
been visitors to the Island for many years. The RALPH H. PAUISH. Mt. PEGGY "HASSIC" MCOIE. Ass.d.t.
transaction was handled by Gertrude Blassingame, DIRECTLY ON THE GULF IN ANNA
Realtor, of Anna Maria. MARIA. Lovely private home, fully furnishedand Post OHk ...... A... M.rta .....: 7751902WORLD'S
New home (lower) on Gladiolus St.,Anna Maria,which equipped. Two DR,2-1/2 Baths,2 Florida
I has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ball of Rooms.Large Living Room;Pleasant Kitchen;
Inkster, Mich., from Robert M. Whitehead Holmes Many large closets, Including several walk-
Beach, builder of the home. The sale was negotiatedby ins. Gulf view from every room.Central heat; Key
Ralph Parrish of Parrish Realty, Anna Maria. 2-Car Garage; 3-Room Housekeeping guest AT
(ISLANDER PHOTOS) apartment(w/ private entrance) over garage. FAIR I

Georie Woficr-REALTY $37,500 HOUSE RoyaleAnd

,\ other Model Home
ltl.nd Shopping Center
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc. Mahar Real Estates OPEN DAILY
...E......!.R...Brabct RUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAtRtfisttrri WEEK DAYS 10 to 5
KM! Istett Irthirs SUNDAYS
7702 fell ftrto Ntlats 1 to 5 PHONE 778.1917
Inch 771-1151

A Shopper's Delight s1LI

from$1,600: Lots, close to Stores and Post 21 Office, BUILD A BRIDGE
to Canal Lots at $2,700 each, to Beautiful
75-foot Lots at $1,800 each, to 100-foot Sea ,.
Walled Dayfront Lots-WE HAVE THEM ALLI '"')

Gertrude IllssIII..'
., .......
: fix'' Riiltor \\ r

"f Fran Maxon, Associate Y

1 t. QUINA WILDING. PHONE 778.133:3': A .
t'I\!\ /' ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA '.If'/" r

For Rent or Sale

3 ..JrttM.-lft} lith-.Utility !..... TO RETIREMENT
Cltstd 6irit--Pirtl7 Finlsbtd. ..

C...1 Fr... With Deck

ALSO n.. IM l. "..t ............
2 l.dr..B-FI.rl4.
,"". It Mk. sos klaus. Mj .tf..f
llfiii Ro.-.Cerp.rt--Utility ...... ... ...........
D.ckii| Prlfilits..U.fer.ish.d.. ..

Both Selling Below Cost

JOHN B. PROTHERO Bout of oil-

Rtisttrt4 liil Ettitt .,...,.SI.. I liitils someone .I..
oV>..the worldTtUphtit I
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach __-

New Year Bargains -A
rtsidtntiol oporhntnt sttt+s. rr
HERE'S A DANDY con b. a w..k.nd
rttrtot or a vocation
Between the highway and Gulf homo now-a full tint.DROPBYANDVISiTOURMODELS ,. .

A nice lot for $2,750 oiporionct; in good

.. .. ..
A lovely 2-Bedroom home, on large

lot, close to Gulf, in best section of 5400 Gulf Drive

Anna Mar la Beautiful condition,Just Condominium
like new. Selling far below cost. I
Presented "on the Gulf o'' M"ito" I
$13,500 ON GOOD TERMS. ty

JACK MARSHALL Ittlttr \\mm mmm( ) ) cnenonItb (

Ciklt, Silos le.eg.r
MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
P.O. lea 1152, H.I.os l heck, florid.' 77IUI1rsday


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--r} Aw Ul\Mli1w ptt ut, ,"*. Let's g. awaiiali!
r Straw Hats & Bags
Leis Earrings

\t January Sale Perfumes.

Mattresses and
Springs MAIL

25% OffNow dddI., Lending Library
$*"''r "* *

is the timeto
Another ShipmentOF
;\ replace those musty

articles of cotton felt

I with 100% foam rubber. POPCORN KNITSlacks

M t Jlu 1I'elc4e t ww4e
Met a i eatt uUa
7/Tt+ r tlAr
. PHONE 7781019We
Shorts Skirts

i.M Knee Pants Pedal Pushers

:,.J'Xt. '. PITTSBURGH Tops
Prize-winning decorations (upper) at the home of Mr. A Full Line---
and Mrs. W. K. Fawcett of Marina Drive,and(lower) Navy Black GreenBittersweet
attractive decorations at home of Mr. and Mrs.Earl Inside & Outside
Drew of Key Royale Drive. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)


:" I Resolve Lay- /_ Phone

Holmes tack Supplies Inc. Away 778.1161
n: II'1IIa. '
Plan _.. ..
to nokt .y llff toiler -
778-1131 itC sou, I.i w ..rw.rW.r'en
'i by toklog .y Laiadry 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

aid Dry Clooilog. to CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE


NIGHT 778.1440
7 A.M.-9 P.M.
jMJ iit& ALL NEW 1965N1'H A... NUria Isl. 's Only EVERY DAY


8uick.R..LI..D.4y..Doily.. D..t..Plyiftovtfi SHOPPING CENTER 7782810LINEN

Everything (Almost) for RENTAL SERVICE Call 778.1472
The Artist and Hobbyist...
\ Folding Btds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows
The Sidewalk Arts & Crafts Showl
21454th Street, Holmes Beach
Sponsored by The Florida Art Club.
as low as $119.95 At The Holmes Beach Shopping Center
Call 778-2012
Friday 5 Saturday Jan. 15 6 16


Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.Manatee 1da# Plumbing Contractor

I p??.. .J 778-1020 5306 Holmes Boulevard

"n Corg&V.ro Fixtures, .
McDonaldWhen Plumbing Supplies Pumps Repairs


Holmes BeochOne-Stop Shopping Center

Don't Think of INSURANCE...

When you Think of INSURANCESEE -


Conplttt Insurance Strvict

INCLUDING LIFE Your Cocktail Party HeadquartersA

County Water ((Bay i/lrea insurance Few Holiday Decanters Remain in

Company stock for Those Special Occasions
...> ...0If q: 778-1697 778-1548 PHONE 778.2023
S.."... c.ter, ....... $..ch, flNWeT. RON JERRY
........ 77S-2022 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERY