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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 14, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



688 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JANUARY 14, 1965 TEN CENTS


Prominent IslanderK. ..

s 4 I PROCLAMATION
Francis Karel I

I do hereby proclaim
Dies In IllinoisKarl
4riir 23, 1965, as MIT saturlCl'rary .?
Francis Karel 61 '
to honor him as our d
of Riverside 111.,a winter
resident of the Island for commemorate the 4(O anniversary of \

about 20 years, died in the incorporation of the City of Anna ;
Riverside, Tuesday, Jan.
12, after a long Illness. Maria, and to Invite all citizens to attend '

Mr. Karel who main- the celebration to be held at the 'jl
tained a residence the
on I
Island at 526 -75th Street, Bay Front Park at 11 a.m.

Holmes Beach, was the Harvey G. Meyer

founder, president, and Mayor, City of Anna Maria -
owner of the Manatee \
County Water Company.He .
graduated from the III

University of WisconsinIn EDITORIAL I I
1923, and served as a 'I
major in Army Ordnance
Welcome Airstrea mersl!
during World War U. He ,
was a member of the
Sara-Day and Bradenton This week, the largest single group of outsiders I
ever to visit Anna Maria Island, will gather at the
Clubs.Survivors .
Country County Beach at the south end. An estimated 1,000 I
are his wife, to 1,200 travel trailers will bring some 2,500 to I
Mrs. Lorna Karel
a 3,000 persons to our shores for a three to five-
Mrs. Ronald
daughter,
day
of Riverside his stay.
Boyer ; of them arrived much weekin
Many early, as as a
father, L. Albert Karel
some cases,and some Islanders were concerned !
Kewaunee Wis. and
a because the company sponsoring the rally would 1
brother John R. Karel of
not allow them to park at the site of the rally. Out '
Hinsdale 111. 'I
,
Funeral services will be since that early concern, Miss Detty Taylor, an
employee of the Airstream Company,has assured
held the Ivins Funeral
at
us that this arriving early Is standard operating
Home in Riverside --
at procedure at all the rallies the company has
7:30 p.m., Thursday, and Part of cast of "The Gazebo," which parts of Nell and Elliott Nash, and sponsored. She says it is In keeping with the best P I
burial at 3 p.m., Friday, opened Tuesday evening at the Anna standing, left to right, are: Charlotte American tradition--beating the other fellow to the
at Kewaunee, Wis. Maria Community House for a run of Gray as Mrs. Chandler, Hermann best spot in the grandstand, being the first in line

Postal Receipts Up five performances. Seated are Ellen Brandt as the District Attorney, and to get tickets for the World Series, or being the j
and Jack Marshall, who portray theLOVELY Jean Henson as Matilda, the maid. first to pay the toll on a newly opened bridge In ,.
Receipts .for the three other words--nothing.to.aau.*"anyone any great .
Island post offices for the concern. '
..
calendar year 1964 were In talking with some of the early arrivals the '
released recently. impression has been gained that here is a fine

Bradenton Beach total d p tl tir + group of people--most of whom we would be happy
was $46 127.24, of which, and proud to have as neighbors. This is the first
the Holmes Beach sub- n time the Airstream Rally has been held on the

station turned in $24,624.In West Coast of Florida, so let's all be nice to any
1963 the total was it of the group with whom we have any contact, and
$45,675.41, with Holmes leave them with a nice feeling about the West
Beach contributing only Coast, and particularly Manatee County and Anna
$22,688.87. Maria Island.In .
Anna Maria's receiptsfor the natural course of events, through the

1964 were$24,230.94, .. intricacies of the law of averages, a certain per-
$158.80 lower than Its .;":..:. centage of the Airstream visitors will return to
1963 total of $24,399.74. the Island, and some small percentage of those
All-Island totals for the returnees eventually will become property owners
previous few years were: and permanent residents here. Let's endeavorto
1962 $69.3501963$70.- make that percentage as large as possible.
075.15, and for 1964 the And--to all the visitors--WELCOME TO ANNA
total was $70,353.18.Building MARIAI! Enjoy our beaches and other facilities,
and V-ALL COME HACK! Again and agalnl'
Slower

Building construction on Fish
AirstrMMtrs9 FryThe I
the Island took a nose divein
with the total of
1964 Men's Club of tho served on an "AllYouCanEat" -
all permits issued, $1- Ro er Memorial Com- basis for a
171,148, compared with munity Church will serves donation of $1.50perper-
$1,860,042 in 1963,a dropof
fish fry to the delegates Mon.
$688,894. Permits in of the Airstream: Rally at According to Gene Cox
1962 totaled 1393282. the south end of the Island. chairman of the fish fry
Anna Maria was the only A It will take place at the committee, the Star Plah
city on the Island to show church, on Pine Avenue, Co. of Cortez will furnish
a gain for the year, witha Anna Maria City (north the fish; the cooking
total of $386,750, up end of the Island), from equipment will be suppliedby
$58,000 over 1963. 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Troplcana Product,
Holmes Beach was off and Huh
Thursday Jan. 14. fryexperts Ralph
$659,944 for the year, and On the menu will be I'arrUh, Tom McKay and
Bradenton Beach's total deep-fried mullet, hush Norman R used a Ie will
FLORIDA SCENE
was off $96,943. puppies, baked beans, supervise the cooking

Art Course To Start At Beech Friday cole slaw, rolls, coffee assisted by members of
and: apple pie. It will be the men's club.
CHICKEN BARBECUEThe Attention of Island residents is called to the course

in GENERAL ART with Mrs. Pam Stewart as
Bradenton Beach Volunteer Fire moderator and instructor. The course part of the ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Department will serve the first of the Senior Citizens Program sponsored by Manatee *.... ........
Junior College will start at 9:30 a.m., friday Jan. T..p.
season's CHICKEN BARBECUES at the 15, at the pavi.fon; at the Manatee County Beach on T...-hlf..

Fire Station on Second Street North,on the Island. Registration fee for the course will be He- ... H....
$2. entitling one to attend all ten lectures in the 68 86 67 None
72
5 58
5 --
Sunday,Jan. 1 17, from 11 a.m. to p.m. course. : 6--60 70 68 74 68 None

The menu will i l l include half l a barbecued OTHER FISH TO FRY! 7--62 74 67 78 68 .3

salad cole slew and: 8--60 80 67 82 68 None
chicken: potato ; Members of the Cortez Volunteer Fire Department 68 None
9.66 76 70 84
donation of $1 will serve a Pith Pry at the Fire House on Fourth
rolls, for a per person. 15. 10--70 76 70 79 68 None
from 4:30 to 7 PridayJan.
Street Cortez p.m.
64 60 66 68 68 ..3Ynngn
Y'ALL COME! 11--
Everyone is invited. "All you can eat" for a donation -

of $1 per person.



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2 THE ISLANDER January 14,
u.. _

.. THE WINDING ROAD Woman's Club Report On

There are those who would stay at home,
And.those who would sail the sea, The Island Youth Center t.te'
Others daringly scale the mountain peaks, 4h 85
It's the winding road for me. Following is the report on the Island Youth Center
by the Island Woman s Club:
Woman's Club voted in
"When the Island
That road may creep through a gothic wood >**' *
*
the Island
assistance to
October to give financial
Or skim o'er the prairies free.It .
Youth Center Mrs. Mary DeMattia, Youth
,
may border rich cities or farmers' lands,
It's Conservation chairman of the club, was handedthe
the winding road for me.
assignment of conducting a thorough study of SEA OATS (ISLANDER PHOTO by Rene Rodon)
the present operation and needs of the Youth
With trailer-house and automobileAnd
my my Center. "The Woman's Club, after hearing Mrs. De
my loved ones, merrily "A preliminary visit to the Center disclosedthat Mattia's report on the Youth Center, voted td
We shall chum with the sun, the stars, the rain.
the physical condition of this valuable make the following recommendations, to be sen]
Oh the road for !
winding me
property was appalling. As one prominent to the mayors of the three Island cities, and tc
We shall where'er the tired dies resident said, 'Here is a$150,000property going the local church and club groups for discussion]
camp day : down the drain.' For example, the baseball field "1. Publication be made of the objectives of the
On mountain lake
a by or by sea
was full of sandspurs and weeds, with play there Island Youth Center, as set forth in the article
And awake with the birds to
journey on
Where the road calls temptingly.Oh impossible. The basketball court had such a of Incorporation; a report be made showing the
depression under the one basket that no games extent to which the present organization is

!11 love the dim, hot desert trail could be played on It. The once fine barbecue was achieving those goals.
with weeds "2. Serious study be made of the number
And the shore-drive equally in deplorable condition, overgrown of]
; need of people served by the Center and the!
Whate'er unrolls from the magic spoolOf and badly in repair. young
which in similar cost child. (This is being done
the winding road suits me. "The tennis courts, were approximate per
condition at first inspection, have since been by Mrs. DeMattia).
--Ruby Speer cleared of grass and weeds, and are ready for "3. Consider the future of the Youth Center.
use, and the youth director has painted the frontof Building and grounds are in drastic need of I
the building and otherwise vastly improved the repair. With the present yearly budget of
Islander Editorials grounds. However, this leaves him very little $7.400, only emergency needs can be met.
*" time for doing the job for which he was hired, Increased funds must be sought if the buildingand
namely, to plan and direct recreational activitiesfor play areas are to be adequately maintained,
ARBOR DAYOne the youth on the Island. and proper recreational equipment provided.
"The Youth Center building is large and well- "4. Consideration be given the idea of converting

of the greatest changes in the appearance of the planned and provides vast potential for activitiesof the Center into an all-Island Community Center,
Island in recent years was the loss of hundreds of many kinds, but at present it is very drab and with planned activities for adults, as well as for
the so-called "Australian pines" caused by the short dreary. Both restrooms are in need of modern youth. A trained counselor would be in charge,
period of cold weather in December, 1962. equipment. There is a television room with sofa and he would not be responsible for maintenance.
That sub-freezing cold does not occur here more and chairs, a kitchen used merely for storage of Instead, each city would provide a maintenance
than once in a generation was demonstrated clearlyby pop bottles and cleaning equipment. Two pool worker in weekly rotation.
the fact that the largest and oldest of the pines tables in fair condition, two ping pong tables, "5. The Board of Directors of the Youth Center
were about 40 years old, the first ever planted on the and a dart game were the only equipment in the seek legal advice concerning the problems of
Island in the early twenties.But large main room, until a recent donation of 75 charter and lease if consideration is given to the
we know now that such cold can occur once In stamp books enabled the purchase of a stereo possibility of the Center becoming an Island
a while, so the lesson to be learned is to replace the record player."There community center for the use of both adults and
pines with other trees which grow nearly as fast, but Is no schedule of organized activities, youth."
which will not be affected by occasional cold spells. except for the Friday evening dance,although the According to members of the board of director
Nurseries and garden supply stores on the Island building is open each weekday from 3 to 5:30 of the Youth Center, the Center's income in the
offer for sale a number of varieties which will meet p.m.; Saturdays, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and past year has been about $7,000. The three Island!
all the requirements of being cold, salt air and wind Fridays, from 7 to 11:30 p.m., for the weekly cities have contributed a total of$2,400; the County,!
resistant. Also, when you are purchasing the trees, dances. There also is an evening dance on the $2,400; the United Appeal, $2,040, and the Center
the proprietors of the nurseries or stores will be evening before each study day at Manatee High has received approximately $170 In income from|
glad to advise you about the correct way to plant and School, ending at 10 o'clock. the Estate of Howard Page.
place the trees. "When the Center was incorporated at Talla-
And, if anyone needs a special reason to plant a hassee, the articles of incorporation definitely Book Review .
tree or trees at this time, Friday, Jan. 15, is Arbor stated that the Center would aid in the development -
Day in Florida--the third Friday of the month. Arbor of the youth of Anna Maria Island by BIRDS IN FLORIDA--208 pages--Edited by R. J.
Day is observed In,every,state, the District of offering varied recreational activity in all formsof Longstreet; Photographs by S. A. Grimes; Trend
Columbia, and Puerto Rico, but on a number of physical exercise, sports and dancing. House, P. O. Box 2350, Tampa, Fla.--Price $4.95.
different dates. Florida, probably because of its mild "To sum up the situation, it can be seen readily Bird-lovers in Florida--look!
climate, observes its Arbor Day earlier in the year that very little Is being offered the large numberof Here is a new book which makes birds commonin
than any other state. school age children who now live on the Island, this state (both residents and transients) easyto
Although no authority on planting or growing trees, and that many organized activities could be identify.As .
we, in common with almost everyone else, like to provided. It is very discouraging to walk around bird-lovers know, book guides,however excel-
plant and watch trees and shrubs grow. And though the extensive grounds and realize what must be lent, often are difficult to use. They offer too many
in contemplating it, it may seem to be a slow process, done. Residents and taxpayers are urged to go birds to choose from, most of which are never seen
when an actual record is kept of their growth, it is and see for themselves. In our area. The feathered friend is on the wing
surprisingly rapid. and out of sight long before the bird-watcher can
One attractive variety of small evergreen tree that Gu.st Editorial locate him In the text.
appears to be able to resist all the weather and other BIRDS IN FLORIDA is a different (and handsome)
conditions on the Island, and thrives here, is the guide which leads to the conclusion that a bird bookin
gold-tipped arbor vitae. One we planted near our A Happy New Year! the hand can be worth ten on the shelf.
home about four years ago, was two feet high when Its assets:
set out. Now, after receiving a minimum of care, it 1. A bird biography section which lists 144 birdsto
is more than six feet high, full and shapely, and has be found in Florida, grouped by species, with
been the home for at least three pairs of nesting fascinating and useful Information about each.

birds. 2. Two Indexes--one by bird family, the other by
And too, there are a number of other varieties which individual bird, both of which simplify the chase.
will do fully as well--so let's all do it--LET'S 3. Thirty-two full page, full-color photographs by
OBSERVE ARBOR DAY THIS YEAR! If not on S. A. Grimes, widely-known wild-life photographer,
Friday, on some other day soon] which show birds as the watcher Is apt to see them,

HELP---- in easily identifiable detail.
4. An appendix, THINGS THE BIRD STUDENT
SHOULD KNOW, a remarkable section on bird-
STOP MOSQUITO BREEDINGYour watching in Florida.

5. A factual chapter on sanctuaries, refuges and
community, and neighbors "..cI your hola in radicating the Florida Audubon Society.The .
the mosquito. that may carry yellow favor or donguo. Th... physical assets of the book include Urge,
mosqwitoos brood In man-mad. containers in or noar Souses, clear type, a sturdy hard-back binding which will
not in stagnant water in ditch. or pool. hold up under constant use "in the field" and a
handy 6x9 inch size which fits easily into the
glove compartment of a car.
"The Moving Finger writes;
And having writ, The Islander

Moves Piety on nor: nor Wit all your An (I..,.....' Weekly publish1' ertfy TKursJerby

Shall lure It back to THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

cancel half a line 314 Pin Arm.. Anne II.". Ision, Ft ode*.

Nor all your tears" wash outa EOtTOt......,.,.._.____STEVE KIMBALL
Word of it. (Omar)
ADVERTISING! : MANAGER...MARGE KIMBALL

The old Persian philosopher, who wrote the verse MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737,Anna Marta Florida.
The Bureau of Entomology of the Florida State above TELEPHONE: 771-2021.
nearly a thousand
years ago, was saying In
Board of Health is now carrying on a statewide effect, that the old is dead and
year gone and a SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.30per
to eradicate the
project Aedes aegypti, the mosquito brand-new, shiny day is here, with more to come in year; $2 for six months. Canada.
which is capable of spreading yellow fever or dengue. the future. $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES
The program will take five years to complete, and Yesterday, and the millions of yesterdays are the $1 per column inch. Discount of ten -:
at present, 24 men in a dozen vehicles are covering Past. The Present, the New Year, Is achallenge to percent for six consecutive Insertions j ...
the Island, house by house, to try to eliminate the make it better; that good health prevail for all of us U paid by tenth of following month. A "
; National _
or
carrier of the dread disease.It agency placed advertising.
that bountiful
a If
reasonable not share of earned $1.26 per column inch.CLOSING a.
is recommended that each householder dump all prosperity, be granted to all our people, and that suners ass sesso.ta- .
I standing water in order to kill eggs, larvae wigglers) wars, cold or hot, be banished from the face of the TIME: NOON. TUESDAY
I and pupae (tumblers); eliminate all standing water In earth. Entered as Second Class matter under
I which they can breed; wash and refill animal drinking All that is hopeful is Included in the ancient the Act of March 3. 1179.
i pans dally, and grow house plants In earth, sand, greeting which is extended to you: "A Happy New
/ or vermlcullte--not water. Year!" MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED MnsI'ArU'Thursday

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January 14, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3'iwet ,

Bell Island Garden Club BETTIELUE BLISS 47, High Twelve Club Blassingame To
a" of Bay Blvd.,Anna Maria, ..
Free distribution of 500 died at Manatee Memorial The Island High Twelve Address PTAA
Cockle ells cedar seedlings will be a Hospital Saturday Jan.9. Club will meet at the
feature of the January Born in Iowa, she had Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat regular meeting of
meeting of the Island Gar- lived on the Island since noon, Thursday, Jan. the Island School PTA will
And HOW does your garden grow? den Club, to be held at the 1955, moving here from 14, with the speaker to be be held at the school at
Island School cafeteria at Parrish. Walter A. Fullerton Jr.of 8 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 19.
The nursery catalogs are beginning to arrive--the 6:30p.m., Friday,Jan.15. Survivors are two sons, St. Petersburg,a memberof Speaker at the meetingwill
nurseries I'm speaking of deal In small plants.Last These seedlingshavebeen Stephen Schrader of Win- the St. Petersburg High be Wyatt Blassingame
year I got excited about the small cushion"mums"and purchased throughthe fall, N. C. and Donald Twelve Club, and chair- of Anna Maria,well known
ordered three dozen by mail.The nursery wrap- National Forestry Schrader of the U. S. man of the Youth Leader- novelist and short story
ped the tip cuttings In a cellophane-like wrap and Service, and will be avail- Marine Corps, Camp Le- ship Committee of the writer.
sent them first class mall.For any place but Florida able to all members and jeune, N. C., and one Florida State Associationof Blassingame has been a
this procedure Is probably all right, but you can guests for planting on grandchild. High Twelve Clubs. He resident of the Island for .
Imagine what a week In humid mall bags did to them. their property, or enhancing Funeral services were will speak about the Orderof nearly 30 years. He was
I wrote the nursery, explaining what had happenedand the beauty of held at GriffithClineIsland DeMolay and will Introduce a Naval Intelligence offi-
asked them if they would send new plants air- other Island locations. Chapel,Wednesday Tom Bridgeman cer during World War II;' 1
mail. They replaced the order--regular mall, and Plans are that at least morning, with the Rev. of Bradenton, the young was a teacher at Florida
out of six dozen plants, two or three puny ones produced five of the seedlings will Lee Ratliffe, pastor of the man who was sponsoredby Southern College for a
a few flowers. This year I'll order all my be given each person who Island Baptist Church,of- the local High Twelve number cf years; is nowa
mums In Florida, If I can resist the beautiful pic- attends the meeting. ficiating. Burial was at Club in attending the lea- lecturer at Manatee
tures In the catalogs.Did Guest speaker for the Mansion Memorial Park, dership camp of the Junior College, and has
evening will be Eric Colby Ellenton.on order, held at Estes Park, taken an active part in
of Reasoner's Tropical Col., last summer. Island community life.Woman's .
Nurseries, who will talk the Island.Color slidesof Speaker at the meetingof
on the planting and care of those trees will be the following Thursday ClubA
trees, particularly the shown.A Jan. 21, will be William well attended meetingof
flowering varieties which covered dish dinner J. Kittle,assistant super- the Island Woman's
are suitable for planting will precede the meeting.The intendent of the Manatee Club was held at the Anna
County School Board. He Maria Community House
you buy a camellia plant with your Christmas Nun's Orchid (Phalus grandifollus) will soon will talk about the present last week. '
check? U you did, or had one given to you, why don't be displayed by orchid growers and nurseries. status of accreditation and Guests at the meetingwere
you continue to grow It In the container Instead of These terrestrial orchids, which grow very wellin integration in the Manatee Mrs. Ralph Brown
transplanting it to the sandy, alkaline soil? This containers, get their name from the small nun's County Schools.A. Mrs. Dorothy W. Smith,
plant adapts very well to pot culture and does not head covered by a white hood which can be seen Mrs. D. J. Munson, Mrs.
M. Garden Club
mind being pot-bound if fed and watered regularly. under the closed lip of the flower. The plant puts Ralph Woodruff Mrs.
up a tall spike which will usually produce well overa Allen Hitch of Bradenton Robert Collins,Mrs. Fred
Have you been reading the recent publicity regard- dozen warm, rich brown and white star-like blos- president of the Manatee Rockfellow and Mrs.
Ing the regulation of the use of dangerous pesticidesby soms. Since they open slowly, the blooming period County Audubon Society, Clara Schmidt.
the State Board of Health? Last year one of my extends for some time. I know you will enjoy this will speak at the meetingof Mrs. Vincent Reiff of
neighbors had to consult the doctor when he Inhaleda unusual plant and you'll be Interested to know that the Anna Maria Garden Holmes Beach was wel-
strong fungicide which caused his throat mem- even in blooming size they are relatively In- Club, to be held at the comed as a new memberof
branes to swell. Do read the directions carefullyand expensive. Anna Maria Community the club.A .
note the symptoms of poisoning. If you develop House, at 2 p.m., Wednesday club scholarship was
symptoms, tell your doctor what you were using so "Life is about ten per cent what you make it, and Jan. 20. awarded to Miss Christine
he will know the proper medication to use to coun- ninety per cent how you take it." The speaker will use as Torgeson of Anna Maria,
teract the pesticide. And--do keep all poisonous Anonymous the subject of his talk daughter of Mrs. Norma
dusts and sprays on a shelf higher than a child can "Conservation and You/* Torgeaon. Miss Torgesonis
reach! See you next week. and will show cdloredtildes. a student at Manatee
--GINNIE Junior College.

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Page 4 THE ISLANDER_ Thursday_, January_14, 1905


.. AH About People... .'(: Guests at the Motels

1
MERRIMAC ON THE CULPa Mr. and Mr. F. s.BUckill"
MR. AND MRS. L. ANDERSON of Magnolia Ave., ) Albany.N.Y.. and daughter.
TROPICAL VISTA APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mra.
Anna Maria returned to the Island recently after a :i of Wln on-Salem, N. C...Mr. and Mra. A. C. Bromelraeiri Tr".lIauaer
holiday visit to their son-in-law and daughter Mr. .... Brick Town.N.J.
and Mrs. Albert Fellows, in Baytown, Texas and TR1PPS COURT!Roy Coker and Donald Thuyln of Lakeland
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HALEYS MOTEL Mr. and Mra.Bruno Mazza of Red Bank, N.3.
their two sons. PALM COURT:Mr.and Mrs.Kirby Evan of Grand Rapids.Mi h
...Mr. and Mrs. E. Tobin of Calumet City m..Mr.and MrT.
MRS. TOM OUTLAND of Harrisburg, Pa., is Ray Nelson of Rock laland.HI.
occupying her home at Seaside Gardens for the EAST O THE SUN Mr. and Mr. Howard Fear of
season. She has as a guest, Mrs. George Hershey, Mrs.N. Y..Mr.Antonio and Lombardl Mrs. Cheater Hlngham S.watts Ma.of..Flint Mich..Mrilv!

also of Harrisburg. Mrs. Gotland's sister, Mrs. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr. Ernest Pemberton of
Caroline Miller of Buffalo, will arrive next week. A4arion, Ind.
V SEA ISLE MOTELi Mr. and Mra. Fred Fleet of Orlando.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Ketchum
Several, engineers who are Island residents were Steele.Mo...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C.Harding of Kingston, Mi,.fl.
...Mr. and Mr. L. C. Patterson of Franklin Ohio.. ,
Invited last week to inspect the progress of new Williams of Cordele, Ca. n r.
buildings on the East Campus of New College. They BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. L.Clement d Roiboro
Quebec,and family...Mr. and Mrs. J.Hughes of De *
were shown around the site by Claude Schutter, the Ferret OwT
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and family. Mr. and Mra.L.Clement Sr.of Rozboro.
Quebec
inspecting engineer on the project who is also a S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTELS Mr. and Mrs. R.L.Barnett fl
resident of the Island. Dick Hutchins and Richard Warner, both members of Kannapolls. N. C..Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.Letrall of Burltatm

Later the group was taken on a tour of the West Boy Scout Troop 7 of Anna Maria, Tuesday eveningwere Mrs.Iowa..W..Mr.S.and Thomas Mrs.of Thomas Klngsport R. Baker, Tenn.of.Elkton..Mr. and Met.Mr..*Mr. p.and
Campus by Capt. Ralph E. Styles planning specialist made Eagle Scouts at a Manatee County Boy Folsom of St. Paul.Minn. W.
for the college. Scout District Court of Honor held at Jessie P. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. William U.
.
Jones of Vlncennes. Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Included in the party were A. Stanton Burnham Miller School. The Eagle Scout award is the highest College Park Ca...Mr. and Mra.Bun Mummen fl Aurelia B. Jones,ton of.
John L. Osborne, Allan Brown, George W. Lewis advancement award a Scout can make. The Rev. WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr.and Mrs.Bud Warsb of Green
Lake WII..Cr. and Mra. H.Munsen of Cross
and Jac C. Holman. It was the consensus of the Richard K. Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:Mr. and Mrs. H.H.Frantford Polnte.Mich
or
visitors that this part of the West Coast is to be Community Church, which sponsors Troop 7, pre- Quoque N.Y.PIlOmEllO.
greatly enriched by a new approach, not only to sided at the Court of Honor and presented a corsageto and Mrs. Clarence APARTMENTS C.Brewer of Stepben Southfield Pascu Mich.of MontreaL..Ur.
education, but also to architecture. the mother of each boy. Hutchins is the son of Dr. PRICK COTTAGE Mr.and Mr. Robert Borlght of Lennoxrllle
and Mrs. Hal Hutchins of Bradenton Beach, and Quebec.
TOPAZ MOTELs Mr. and Mr.Carl Erlckson of
Bremen. ..
MR. AND MRS. DON PROBASCO of Kalamazoo Warner Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace M. Harry Velgler of South Bend.Ind...Mr.and Mr. W.A.Keith Ohio.of
Mich., arrived here a few days ago to spend the rest Warner of Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) UtIca N. Y...Mr. and Nt.David Bush oIaodpon. DL..Dr.and
Mrs. E.H.Wallace of Ro ioke. DL
of the winter at their home on Bay Boulevard South THE ROCKETTES GULP TO BAY MOTEL Mr.and Mrs Cecil
Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR EVANS of Palm Drive W.Ruckle of Lafayette.Ind...Mr.and Mrs.C.Hlnlns of Sarasota
...Mr.and Mr*. Ernie Frledrtck
MRS. MALCOLM RAWLINGS of Lookout Mountain, Holmes Beach had as guests over the holidays Mr. Mr.and Mr. William Pierce of Clearwater..Mr.andMra.oIlC.nI1wortb.Il1..and P1rt1...
R.
Tenn., a former resident of the Island,is a guest for and Mrs. Norman Meredith of Bellbrook Ohio, and CleTerlnga of Muskegon Mich...Mr. and Mrs. A. A.Wtater'of J.
January and February of Mrs. Burton Gaskill of their daughter Cherie. Mrs.Atlanta.Richard..Mr.B.and Laudemaa Mrs. Burton of West H.Gllllgajiof Chester Ohio.Wauchula..Mr and

Gulf Drive Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS. JAMES E. HAYNES of Lime Rock LAY-Z-UV-N MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Huddlestm of

MRS. LELIA CLARK of Frankfort. Ind., arrivedon Conn., were holiday guests of Mr. Haynes' mother, Mr.Damascus and Mrs.Md..Mr.Pets Altbenaa and Mrs.of Kalamazoo B. J. Roy. .M.Id1.of Muncie.. .End...Mr..
the Island recently to vacation for the balance of Mrs. E. A. Haynes of Lake View Lane, Anna Maria. Jams S. Thomas of Marion O1..MT. and Mrs. Mr.and V.Bergu Mr of*
the season in Bradenton Beach. Other guests of Mrs.Haynes during the holidays were Kinsley Florence.of S.Trenton.D...Mr.Mich.and Mrs.H.W.Stone of Or Undo...Mr Tom
MR. AND MRS. E. H. GLANZ of Napoleon, Ohio, her nephew and his wife Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.
are now occupying their home at 217- 83rd Street, Haynes of Port Huron, Mich., who visited her overa
Holmes Beach, and plan to spend the rest of the weekend, while on their way to Key West. ELGIN Water Softeners and Filters

winter here. MRS. IVAR HELLSTROM and Mrs. Allen Floutonof ROY M. PHILLIPSBUY
MR. AND MRS. M. E. MINER of Erie, Pa., are New York City are guests of Miss Marguerite 778.1486
occupying their home at 102-77th Street Holmes Tuttle of Marina Drive for several weeks. THE BEST FOR LESS

Beach for several months. SEAMAN RECRUIT JAMES L. SCHAMBERS,son of 744.5142 FULLY CUAIANTEIO
MRS. HENRY WAITT of 77th Street has returned to Mrs. Gertrude Schambers of Anna Maria, has grad-
her home here after several months in the north. uated from recruit training at Great Lakes, Ill.


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Thursday, January 14, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page SHarper .1


Two Fined At Anna BOWLING LEAGUES 1


Maria City Court ISLAND MIXED Bower 411 Bob DVne. 194-513):
Island Marine Chapman 411 Island Marine Supply 4. Island Bank
Arthur'M. Robbins of 512 tint place slot In Hottman 406 0. (John Holmes,214-531;1C.lrIlIUch.
d League Friday eye nina Miller 406 171. Frank Davidson. 438)
Spring Ave., Anna Maria, four point In its Ferguson 404 VanOatenbrldg Builder 3,Bay Area
was fined $20 by Mayor Wagner Realty. High LoCicero 400 Insurance 1. (Chick Chapman 231-
match were Frank Moc 400 :376; John Duytachaver..Art Scbu-
Harvey G. Meyer in Anna Bud Hottman. 155431.Other : Arkebauu 311t maker :530):
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Maria scores Webb
City Court Monday
macy 4. Schuchard HIGH GAMES(MEN) LEAGUE STANDINGS
evening. Robbins was arrested vey Meyer. 175-482: ; Ferguson 210 Schuchard Plumbing 04'
by Police Chief 500). Chapman 191 Tropical Vista 04'
Island Furniture H..erkoe 114 Island Marine Supply 46
George F. Jordan, and TV Service 0. (Roy Relnel 1111 Bayou Marina 44
charged with speeding on 548; Dick Connlck. Flanaaan 171 Bay Area Insurance 041
Sand Bar 3, B i K Guild 171 Gny' Econowllh 041V.nCatenbrldae
Spring Avenue.
Rasmuaaen. 171-470 Safford 177 Builders 36
John Lang of 109 81stSt. 167. Clayton Bower. : Flana'in 177 Webb' Island Pharmacy 31S
., ., Holmes Beach, who Linen Rental 3. Meyer 17S Pete R.yn.rd' Restaurant 26.5
(Chick Chapman, 191, Connick 172 Island Bank 26
was charged by Jordan 503; Bob Relnel. Carter 172 The ISLANDER 21
.
with being intoxicated on Bayou Marina 3. Roe r Men'.Club 23 I
.
Pier 1. (Ed HIGH SERIES(MEN)
a public street, estreateda Safford. 494; Hurt : Ferguson ::141 TOP TEN GAMES
bond of $25. Miller 482).. Flana.an 503 C. Chapman 231
Guild ::100 W. Cray 230R.
B. B. City Court LEAGUE Safford 494 Schuchard 215
Island Marine Supply : Chapman 49& J. Flolmes 2&4
Sand Bar Mac 411t C. Dyhtra 2C6P.
Hugh Gillette of North Connick' TV Service Miller 482 Smalley 20SIl.
Warren, Pa., was fined Island Trader Meyer 482 Ferguson 204
week's A. M.City Pier H.v.rko. 475 It. Holmes 204B.
last
$15 during
Bayou Marina R..mullen 470 Guild 204
session of the Bradenton Webb' Island B. Guild 197
Kendrick(3rd from left).Lieutenant Governor Beach City Court, on a Dick Wagner Realty THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE .
,
Linen Rental Service Marina Island Pharmacy TOP TEN SERIES
of the 9th Kiwanis District, as he Installed new charge of speeding, for Island Furniture Rental Connlck' TV W. Cray S119
officers of the Island Kiwanis Club last week. New driving 55 miles per hourin Schuchard Plumbing : Marine Sand Bar C. Chapman S16
B l K Hardware Plumbing Island Trader B. Guild Sl1J. :
officers are (left to right): Herald H. Higgins a 35 mph zone. PeterF. Furniture Dick Wagner Holmes 331
secretary; Robert Pool, treasurer; Col. Sidney G. Carroll, 20, of 4503 J. Safford HIGH GAMES( It K Hardware, A.,M.City Pier H.A. Schum.ker Holmes S41 5:10:

Brown, president; Les Jackson, first vice president, 20th Ave. W, Bradenton, B. Cuter ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE J. Eddowes S33
and George Cotellls, second vice president. (Photo by estreated a $25 bond on 3. Safford Tropical vista gained a first place C. Dyhrra 333R.
D. Bower In the Island Bowling League by Haynes 332B.
Ed Bauman) a similar charge. D. Bower : : I all four point from Bayou : Arkebauer 532
Mayor Henry Meunier J. LoClc.ro : High score were Per .
New Kiwanis Officers InstalledNew the and P. Chapman u*on, 205:, Bob Guild :Roy: ) Roy NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
presided at court,
W. Miller *. 179-478. Island Bank Marina
both arrests were made P. Hotrm.n : Other scored Schuchard Plumbing 4. Roser Men' Club naar:: tnsur.VanOatenbrldge .
for 1965 of Gilmore Police Chief Jim Lind P. Mac '* Island Pharmacy(0.(Ray Schu Island Pharmacy
officers Ed Haverkos, by 195:. Byron Arkebauer. 532; Island Marine Pete Reynard
the Island Kiwanis Club Howard Adams, Robert say. HIGH SERIES ( Hottman 190-430). ISLANDER Schuchard Plumbing
2. Safford : ISLANDER 4, Root Men a Club Gray* Econowash Tropical Vista
were Installed at last Hoffman, Dave Boozer, Fellowship DinnerA B. Carter (Earl Mowry. 182.Nell Hum. 489; -o-
week's meeting of the and Carl Keeler.
club. Wives and guests of the Fellowship Dinner at Episcopal To Be ElectedThe Masonic Day Service

Harper Kendrick, Lt. club members attendedthe Roser Memorial Com- annual will be held at Masonic Day services at
Governor of the Kiwanis9th meeting, at which a munity Church will be election of the parish house of the Harvey Memorial Com-

District, was the installing chicken dinner was ser- served at 5:30 p.m., Sun- the Church of Sunday, Jan. 17. munity Church, ChurchSt.
officer. ved. Entertainment was day, Jan. 17. It will be a A covered dish supper ., Bradenton Beach,are
The new officers are: provided by the SIgna- covered dish meal with Wiggins on 6:30 p.m. will precede to take place at 10:30

Col. Sidney G. Brown, tures one of the Sweet the table service, rolls mission meeting. All members a.m., Sunday, Jan. 17.
president; Les Jackson, Adeline quartets. and beverage to be fur Nations." Mrs. the parish are urged to All Masons and their

first vice president; nished. Everyone Is Paetzel will be and a cordial in- ladles, and members of
No C Of C
George Cotellls, second MeetingThe Invited to attend,and each of creative Is extended to Masonic affiliated organizations -
vice president; Herald H. regular meeting of family is asked to take a ries for the friends and winter are cordially

Higgins, secretary, and the Island Division of the covered dish. After the children.At ." invited to attend.
Robert Pool, treasurer. Manatee County Chamberof dinner, at 6:15, there will 7 p.m.,
Directors for the year, Commerce will be post- be a special Fellowship Fellowship will

in addition to the officers, poned from Jan. 14 to Program, a presentationby same program
are: Ed Bauman, Douglas Thursday, Jan. 21. the Rev. Richard K. Mr. Wiggins.


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CHURCHESSTi LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .
State Bank No. 513
OP ELECTION REPORT OP CONDITION of "The Island Bank" of Holmes Beach In the
BERNARD MISSION The City at Anna Maria. Florida, State of Florida at the close of business on December 31, 1964.
will hold an election on Tuesday. ASSETS
a (CATHOLIC) February 9, 196S. to elect two City 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash ItemsIn

r s Rev. Francis F. Welsmlller Commissioners.FRANCES V. MAXON process of collection $ 290,798.06

1 MASS SUNDAY I. .ilS & 10i30 City Clerk 2. United States Government obligations, direct and
i WEEKDAYS am 1/7.14.21&28.65 guaranteed 2.773,188.04
HOLY DAYS S am & 6 pm 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 400.00 z
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- NOTICE TO CANDIDATES 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures
WEDNESDAYS! 7130 pm Petitions for candidates for the (Including $ None securities of Federal
Harvey Memorial Church office of City Commissioner of the agencies and corporations not guaranteed 1Y
City of Anna Maria Florida must be by U. S.) None t
(NnDenomlnotlonol 1) signed by ten (10) qualified electors 5. Corporate stocks (Including $ None stock of
Bredenton B ach Federal Reserve Bank) None
and may be filed with the City Clerk
I R... A. W. Sin.* until noon, January 26. 1963.FRANCES 6. Loans and discounts (Including $641.82 overdrafts) 1156431.41 :
I SUNDAYS V. MAXON 7. Bank premises owned 71000.00 : ; '
9tlS am Sunday School City Clerk furniture and fixtures $50,000.00 121000.00 ,
i 1 10130 am Worship ServiceOirittlan 1/7 e 14. '63 (Bank premises owned are subject to $ None
liens not assumed by bank)
Service
Sciatica REGISTRATION OF VOTERS 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises None f "
A. M. CoNMMMtlty Hews The Registration Books of the City 9. Investments and other assets Indirectly y
SUNDAYS of Anna Maria Florida are open and representing bank premises or other real estate None
9:00 am Sunday Service will remain open until 12 noon,February 10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances
4. 1965. All voters are required outstanding None
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH to register. Anyone registered prior 11. Other assets 3860.00
..... Lee Hetlitl, Pesler to May 13, 1964 will not be eligible 12. TOTAL ASSETS $..3 ,377.51
FRIDAYS vote. Residents may register at the
3100 Jr. GA City (Xfics, 402 Pine Avenue from LIABILITIES
pm chair-
Adams
above Howard
SATURDAYS 9:00 A.M.until noon Monday through 13. Demand deposits individuals, partnerships, Pictured are temporary
7100 am Men's Prayer Breakfast Friday. and corporations $1.263,897.76 man of the organizational committee for the proposedKey
SUNDAYS FRANCES V.MAXON' 14. Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships,
Royale Golf and Country Club receiving pledgesof
SMS am Sunday School City Clerk and corporations 2.313,881.79 ,
lOiOO am Worship Service 117. 14.21 2S. '65 15. Deposits of United States Government stock subscriptions in the project from Island

6i30$130 pm pm Worship Concord Service Choir NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 16. (Deposits Including of postal States savings and )political subdivisions 381,111.59 13238.86 residents J. D. Webb (left), operator of the Island

7i30 pm Youth Fellowship A Public Hearing will be held at the 17. Deposits of banks None Pharmacy, and A. L. "Bill" Genung, president of the
REVIVAL to continua through City Office. Holmes Beach. Florida IS. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 34416.03
Island Division of the County Chamber of Commerce.
Jan. 20th, 7130 pm at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday February 2, 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $4.008.546.03a
UONDAYl9i30 1965 on a proposed ordinance amending ( ) Total demand deposits $1,528.836.89 (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Ruth Circl. WUU Ordinance 1107. and further
am
WEDNESDAYS defining the types of restaurants that (b) Total time and aavlngsdeposits $$2,479.709. Campaign Under Way For Golf CourseThe
4100 pm Intermediate CA can be erected an A-l District.
20. Mortgages or other liens $ None on
Use .......1.1 ChurchN.wDse..d..ti.wi City Pauline Clerk H.Archer bank premises and $ None on other None organizational committee of the proposed,

( ) 21. real Rediscounts estate and other liabilities for private 29-acre golf and country club facility on

..... "Ie'.'. K. wie is. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Board of the borrowed money None Key Royale, is now engaged in an extensive campaignto
The Zoning Adjustment
Pastor 22. executed by or for account of
THURSDAY City of Bradenton Beach will hold a this Acceptances bank and outstanding None arrange the financing for the project. Howard

11 amS pm Fish Fry Public Hearing on Friday January 23. Other liabilities 16110.92 Adams chairman of the committee
3100 pm Roser Choristers 22, 1963, at 7:30 P.M. at the City 4025356.95: temporary
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES
4100 pm Cantus Choir Hall to consider the application d reports that the 'Interest and support of Island

7i30 pm Sonior ChoirSUNDAYl The Sinclair Refining Company for a CAPITAL ACCOUNTS residents and businessmen are very close to our
variance on the rear line of a proposed
25. Capital (a)Common stock, total >)> -
9:00 am Worship Service new building at Gulf Drive and Bridge goal.
value $200.000.00b )
lOiOO am Sunday School Street. par $ 200,000.00par He added that Interested in the course
11 11 5 am Worship Service CITY OF BRADENTON BEACH ( ) Preferred stock, total ) anyone may
3130 pm Fellowship Supper Byi Sophia L. Carothera value $ None total ) obtain all the information by calling 778-1917, and a
retlrable value $ None >)>
6ilS pm Fellowship Program City Hart will be delivered them. Written
7tOO: pa Youth Fellowship (c) Capital notes and debentures $ None ) printed prospectus to
MONDAYS 26. Surplus 100000.00 inquiries may be addressed to Key Royale Club, P. O.
UNCLASSIFIED 21.020.56:!
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 27. Undivided profits
TUESDAYS .Jrd 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) None Box 1971, Holmes Beach.
duce ,.
lOiOO am Croup 2, Mrs. Chae. B. psy.sst 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 321.020.56:!

Hurd I Bw.00MFOR $ ....... 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $4,346,377.51 HENRY WISCHHUSEN 78, of 50 Bay Drive, Pines

Church of Th. Annunciation MEMORANDA Trailer Park Bradenton Beach and Melrose Mass.
SALE By ownerIurlISJI.. n ,
(Episcopal) 204.66th St., Holmes Beach a block 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure: liabilities and for died Tuesday, Jan. 12, at a local rest home. Born in
Rav. Gerald K. Lowe Rector and other purposes including notes and bills rediscounted
,
from Gulf. Completely equipped
all rented. A moneymaker at$13.300. and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) 550,000.00 Bristol, R. I., he was his spending his fourth winteron
THURSDAYl9iOO 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of
em Holy Eucharist TermsCairWANTED 13000.00 the Island. He was a retired master electrician anda
valuation of
AFTER EPIPHANYl8iOO TO BUYl Ail U. 5. L.Q1IU.Cold. reserves
2nd SUNDAY
am Holy Eucharist Currency, or Foreign Coins of (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of member of the Episcopal Church. Griffith-Cline

10(30 am Family Eucharist & any Country or old Medals. Tokens, valuation reserves of None Island Chapel Is in charge of local arrangements.
Sermon, Church School etc. Byron': Bizarre Bazaar 2403
Church 14 di St. W.. Bradenton. Ph.747-2316. L C. E. Brewer President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
Gloria D.I Lutheran ISLAND CAkPENTEKi Pleas* call that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best of my knowledge

Roy Lester M. Ut*. Pastor MIflR'l771i'6- and belief. REVIVALJanuary
SUNDAYS FOR SALE 16 Ft. All-Fiberglass C. E. BREWER
OilS am Sunday School Boat w/ top, windshield wheel and Correct--Attest]
10i30 am Worship Service controls, line and anchor, trailer. R. R. MOSES )
11130 am Choir R.hsarsalLMgh..t Smith 308-61 St., Holmes Beach HUGH G. HOLMES ) DirectorsI 10 20
Island C"...' Phone 778-2740. AM ES I. WU1CHET >)>

."- .._" M.TEKA nuts on au Kinos 01 uiouiln ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
! MM Dressmaking. Or apes.Mrs. (SEAL)
I FRIDAYS Frank Besr Phone 77S-1431. State of Florida. County of Manatee, as:
I| lOiOO am Prayer Group ADVERTISING SPEClALTl&Sa: Calendars Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of January, 1965, and I 8605 Gulf Drive
SATURDAYS Rehearsal Pens Matches Key hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
2)00 pm Choir Thermometers. Ash Trays Bans, My commission expires November 13, 1967 Janet R. Thompson,
SUNDAYl9il
S am Sunday School Orchids Stirrers k Spoons, Combs Notary Public EVANGELIST: PASTOR:
9)30 Adult Bible Class Letter Openers, etc. Thousands of
am
lllOO am Worship Service & items available. Call J.C. McDonald REV. GEORGE HULSEY REV. LEE RATLIff
jt 778-1 198. THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINe
Sermons "Our Kind of World"
SWEDISH MA55AliIU Uof U Uf Utensen. I.. "_U., Pf..U Ul weds Alsise.s.ieC .f Atlanta, GotSUNDAY
lloM. 233-83th St., Holmes and
SERVICES 10 am 6i30
pm
Beach. Bv appointment 778-2291.
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FdKsALEVlo-fc, boat with Inboari' flHmntrrUrtr WEEKDAYS (EXCEPT SATURDAY)! 7.30 pm
.n.Ine-$125. Can be seen at Anchor
Boat Basin. NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY

YEAR ARCJJND PROPERTY MAIN- Lucke. et 12-Oiuet .. 6 p.*. EVERYONE WELCOME!

TENANCBi MOWING TRIMMING Closed Mondays.Sorotota 388-2605
EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL-
ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED&OILED.
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus

REASONABLE KEN FELLOWS RATES-, PHONE References.778-2894 FRIGIDAIRE [Golden Opportunity Days]

aft.r 4:30 210-15m ST. H. B,
LOTS FOR SALE: 93: ft. on Canal.
72nd sc.-.U.OOOa Blmlnl Bay Lots
priced for quick sales Gulf Front
$10.000; 77th St. Canal. $4.000j nib
St. Canal $3.300j 73rd St., 3000.
IN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate GET OUR
Broker. 116 81st Street. 77g-JS54-:!:! e '
FRI6IDAIRE

For the Holmes Beach SPECIALTRADEIK ,

Police Call 746-7121
,

Reasoner & Anson BUILDER OF HOMES Washer & Dryer

Houses suitable for Utendclimate
__ J end cenJltient.Remodeling. .

Additions t Just dal the fabric FRIGIDAIRE

Raseiri. Trustworthy
Telephone estimates given. oA this new Dryer
744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 NORMAN ROSE DALE

niXIECRANDE HOTEL BLDG. Anna Maria 778-1410 OFFER! FRIGIDAIRE kid to clothes

Washer! aid
-- -- tdget!

LIFE ACCIDENT HOSPITAL & FIRE


CASUALTY AUTO MARINE ,,' j ,Jtt <:. ''O good <>pUt 'I' ),',',I'DI'

WHATEVER YOU DESIRE I. ,it1' You (.-.HI, I of the y'jr or thit f"Ild..,. ..,1.1' -


ALL Forms of INSURANCE : 1
:;;
FRIGIDAIRE
L
+,;,. : t by
The IslaiJ lisiriicf Agcicy
cooks it looks! t
:, as good as
Post Office Plaza Anna Maria i
e Flair looks built.in but installs in mm 11
Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969 utes. ..
.-"- -....
e Tender-matic roasting makes even
buys more tender automatically lIMe IOet ?. to tf\e 1eooItt"s ......_
economy t.e..c 'a..oewcrh 1 .ctuv* '....... ....

When you trust your Two ovens. glide up doors Roll To, .e..ww DMo Act_ IM snce |M fnvt you

You cook top. too' fModel IC't w ....'os '........ .......
'..+ +t met
car to us TW c....", 4
you are RCI 64 VI tea-y
40*. elect nc. M..ctl..rrten.p..d totorv.r 8-
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Pwor*. tiwesl.4PI.
particular!! ... .... It- dourn.-


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Blue Wave Service StationCall Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer



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! ISLAND REAL ESTATE 1



UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
George Wagner-REALTY
INSURANCE COMPANY WELCOME, AIRSTREAMERSI!
Island Shopping Cantor
Sin Protect four Peel/ tttett /".,ilme PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA VISIT
c...C.W.gn.t.ft.,.BnII.r
12tk St. West IIA ENTON FLA.
26 fkont 74J-4S41 All..n Pike,A..c,.'.
Key
Have Your PAINTING ALL GOOD BUYS-- AT
j 1. Two-BR Cottage near Gulf and stores-- FAIR
: Done By EXPERTSI! EXTRA BUILDING LOT INCLUDED In LOW RoyaleWORLD'S
PRICE of 8000. HOUSE
I 2. CANALFRONT LOTS@ $2,700 ea. Closeto
HARRY M. RIFE the Beach. (Only 3 left at this LOW price). And other Model Homes
I 3. OPEN WATERFRONT LOT with GOOD OPEN DAILY
SEAWALL. Unexcelled view. Price: $6,500.
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR Week Days 10 to 5
PARRISH REALTY
Phone 778-1341 Anna Maria
RALPH H. FAMISH. Me,. PEGGY 'HASSlEMOOII.. AmcwU Sundays 1 to 5 PHONE 7780917

Port Offka No... Ann Maria ,.....: 778-1902
LOT LISTINGS Y

A Shopper's Delight AttUtlORl!
q WANT SECLUSION?
from
: WE HAVE TWO 3-BR 2-Bath Homes In
QUIET SECLUDED HOMESITEonupper
$1,600( Lots, close to Stores and Post Office, Whitfield Estates and Manatee Junior College
to Canal Lots at $2,700 each, to Beautiful Palma Sola Bay on Mainland. Area--Both are only three to four years old.
75-foot Lots at $1,800 each, to 100-foot Sea
Cleared Well Drained Lot--
High, ,
Walled Bayfront Lots-WE HAVE THEM ALLI! Will Trod
zoned one-family. Beautiful wide
Gtrtnda HassiiiiMRtiltor l i
View of Water, 142 feet on Bay, well For House Cottage

i Q: ;,\ over 200 deep. Reduced to $12,500! Canal Home or Lot.

A Fran Maxon, Associate Don't Miss This! Please Contact Dick Wagnerfor
QUINA WJILDING PHONE 778-1J31/
Particulars.
'
+ ANNA MARIA FLORIDA "IP

Mahar R.al Estat. DICK WAGNER, Itflty

xcellent Buy in 2 BR 2 Bath IUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAIItflsttrd
I... Estttt I,...,. Phone 778.2663
Waterfront Home 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
7702 self fchrt, Mats luck 7711151
With Central Air Cond. .

S Heat Control .


IMMEDIATE POSSESSIONSEE l c[ J): 1 t rl: BUILD A BRIDGE


SLXSIDL VtAKIIEMS r

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JACK HOLMES, Realtor .-- -

PHONE 778-164S 6101 MARINA DIIVE -. ".,[ V yI
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HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA I -
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'''-' -" ;

r For Rent or Sale

3 .wire.1K inkUtilityl I..... TO RETIREMENT

Cl.s.d .,. ....pirtlyCinl Far.lsh.d
Fr.it With Deck

ALSO2 nett e. .. "5,1 ........14..

I.dr.....FI.ride R.--Lard. ,...i, t t ..4. ... .,..... M4 ..(.}
jllvlif l.tM--Ciri.rt--Utlll3y !..... iv lelt."..*.

D.ckli| rrlvlltts--Uifiulsi..

Both Selling Below Cost

PROTHERO Bar of oilsomtont .-
JOHN B.
tlstdo
tfisturi Real Estate hr.k.r-S.les ft Rentals
..the world
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach



New Year BargainsHERE'S A residential apartment

can be a weekend
A DANDY -
retreat or a vocation
Between the highway and Gulf home now-a full timotiptritnct 'Ji

A nice lot for $2,750 DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. in good

TERMS IF DESIRED. OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL S. living lottr.

.. 4 ..

A lovely 2-Bedroom home, on largelot

close to Gulf, in best section of 5400 Gulf Drive

Anna Maria. Beautiful condition Just Condominium Apartments
like far below cost
new. Selling
"
Presented by "on the Gulf of M""
$13,500 ON GOOD TERMS.

JACK MARSHALL Rtilttr 1.111 fJfmOnT' MOH[ [ f T cnonon
I
I.. Cable, Sales Ma.eger

M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria P.O. l.s 1152, Htlati leech, HtrlJe '.1.,.... 771.1'11ursday

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If ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


, HAYNES RESTAURANTOPEN mw dMl WELCOME, A/RSTREAA4ERS//
7 A.M. to 8 P.M. W : + 1w ., '0<.
Breakfast 7 to 11 r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Gifts from All Over The World!

Lunch 11:30 to 2 ..
Sale : 1 UNUSUAL Take-home Gifts
Dinner 5 to 8 January !
' Holmes Beach Shopping CenterHUFFINE'S Mattresses and Springs r \,()' FLORIDA SOUVENIRSCITRUS

-- l2' I FRUIT I ft CANDY
STANDARD SERVICEPhone 25% Off
.
FREE GIFT g MAIL WRAP
778-1771 Days ado/I. Lending Library
STAONDIyo' 778-1440 Nights t(M. ) Now is the timeto -(Jt"/f x17 I' ,...W SAirl01.. .tJ J.It" Dv rtu ...,

HOLMES BEACH replace those musty

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic articles of cotton felt A Stretch Fabric by

NEW and USED CARS with 100% foam rubber. .

t ee wie tvetc&Mte fo 6ro4rde
Rubber Carpeting
PHONE 778-1019
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Carpet a Wkoli ROOM

ASSORTED COLORS NEW SHIPMENTof U.S.A.

NO ADHESIVE NEEDED DRIED MATERIALSwall
Yard Wide Sun S-f-r-e-f-c-h
plaques center pieces

Cut to Any Length Desired arrangements Bermudas Jamaicas

AlsoPlywood DON'T FORGET. Knee Pants Slacks
Friday S Saturday Jan. 15 S 16
& Masonite
_
i, (1)) The Sidewalk Arts & Crafts Showl! Stretch Tops to Match
'I i Cut to Order Spoisond by The Florida Art Club yellow/ pink aqua

: Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. sizes 8 to 20

!. 778-1131 HOBB,. ;, 778-1020
Ceorg& V.raMcDonald L.IY-: / Phone
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
f Away I 778-1161
Plan
ISLAND IAKERY ..
itC boa t sww %rw.n{Wor..en
'PHi"ico.
Your Favorite Bread
"I Baked CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
Audio CenterTHE Daily t

DECORATED CAKES HANDY DANDYOPEN
ISLAND'S ": for For All Occasions

Most Complete Stock n, ( PHONE 778-2616 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

TV RADIOS EVERY DAY
NMN ISLAND
Hi-Fi and Stereo-_, ...;,, JJGAtrL .I. SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

) May OUR Hau STAFF.ntt.ln Winifred Culnn.s. Rosemary 778.1380 Hart.
fL rpDQ; David Qick Call 778-2012
WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON. DUTY
ISLAND TV-77 -1703 e. S de4'eet
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Call 7780472ALL
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.J' Plumbing Contractor
TYPES BABY FURNITURE-
Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows 5306 Holmes Boulevard
BEACH EQUIPMENT. Plumbing Fixurl'Suppl<' Pumps RepJirs
; 214'54th Street, Holmes BeachDon't

BEACH LIQUOR STORE
IIOLMUS HbACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
put it off!

R JOll. 'Nffi WAI.KKRKM J
Get squared away TODAY! So )


f SEE US 0 smoothit's world'slargest the., E


eURE For Complete Insurance selling Scotch.. R

Including LIFE N R

Stop and Shop at the Y
Manatee County Water Bay .i/LreaUnsurarice ONLY COMPLETE Package Storeon
Company Anna Maria Island
(I INCOtrOUTED)
Blends Bourbons Wines
s OI'a: 778-1697 7781548closed
Shopping Cc Nr, Holmes. tacit, FIeri4e Mixes Beer
Telpk. ..ii. '.2011 Saturday at noon Open 9 a.m. 8 p.m. PH 778.2023