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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 21, 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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689 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1965 J TEN CENTS \

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o'o -' '' '!'' : :? ; : ') Re-Registration In Anna MariaCity

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officials In Anna Maria have asked that all
electors in the city be reminded that they will haveto
I re-register in the city to be able In"ext

.." month's city election. The re tI rt I the
city will close at noon, Thurs a PcE. 4.i| iQ Y
residents may register at thi IcP
Avenue each weekday except Saturday, from 9 a.m.
until noon. For those who cannot register In the
daytime, City Clerk Frances Maxon will have the

... ... registration book at the Community House from 7
-' ; to 7:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1, prior to the meetingof
"-' .. the city commission.
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-.... -
-- ---- ..., Island Drought BrokenA
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.... '-.; .
.. -. .. ,
-,0-... '';', heavy rain last Friday broke the Island's dry
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'/ ..... '--'-..... spell of several months. At the unofficial weather
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,.... ,
station of The ISLANDER in Anna Maria City, a
,
,.. total of 1,8 Inches of rain was measured on Friday,
-I' plus an additional three-tenths of an Inch on
o.\ \ Saturday. The cold snap which followed the rain
brought a low temperature of 42 on Sunday, and the

Identical, temperature on Monday morning. Early
Monday afternoon! the temperature was up to 54.
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.:: No C Of C MeetingBecause I

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Airstream Rally at the County Beach at the south following days. Plane trip was furnished through the of a meeting of the directors of the I
end of the Island the day before the official openingof courtesy of Jim Howell of Seaside Gardens, owner Manatee County Chamber of Commerce on the
the event. Some 900 to 1,000 arc In picture, with and operator of HOWELLAIR, Inc., Holmes Beach, same evening, there will be no meeting of the
approximately 300 more arriving during- the two which provides air taxi service. (Islander Photo) Island Chamber of Commerce Division Thursday

evening, Jan. 21.Representing .
New 'Anna Maria Police Chief 'Mitch Davis Day' SaturdayAnna the Inland Division on the boardof
directors of the County Chamber are President
Maria Mayor Harvey -
A. L. "Bill" Genung, Pete Reynard and Howard
G. Meyer last week Y
Adams.
.
proclaimed Saturday, f
Jan. 23, as "Mitch Davis a 'I County Fair Next Week I
Day," to "honor him as ( ,

our first Mayor, and to Agriculture has always been tha tn.i" *Vm. nC ..,.
commemorate the 40th tba M. "- .. 3-'iuy *.U, .i'"lM. *ear-. Hstr" 0
" anniversary of the Incor- (Monday through Saturday, Jan. 25-30) will be t
poration of the City of no exception.Not .. I
Anna Maria, and to Invite i that Industry, individual communities anda
all citizens to attend the !. 4 host of other exhibitors won't receive their
celebration to be held at ? share of space and attention.

the Bay Front Park at r "We want to show the diversity of Manatee

11 a.m. County life," says County Agent Harper Kendrick,
J Among the ceremonieswill manager of the fair. "But agriculture Is a very
be a public fish fryat large part of the county's life, and It naturally
the city park,and some CAPT. MITCH DAVIS gets a lot of space at the fair."
brief speeches in honor of Capt. Davis, who was the Some of the agricultural exhibits fair-goers will
first mayor of the Town of Anna Marla In 1923, and see this year:
of the same community after it was incorporated as Individual farm exhibits--vegetables, citrus,

Gene V. Stewart (center) being sworn in Wednesdaynoon a city two years later. flowers, bees and bee products, all grown on the
as acting chief of police in Anna Maria City, by First Legislative Public Hearing SaturdayA exhibitor's farm.
Mayor Harvey G. Meyer (right). At left, former Individual entries"-similar to farm exhibits,
Chief of Police George Jordan was sworn In as city series of public hearings has been scheduled by plus tubers, tropical and other fruits and nuts,
marshal. (ISLANDER PHOTO State Representative Wilbur Boyd and State SenatorEd unusual fruits and vegetables, and the "home I
II. Price Jr., to give the residents of Manatee garden special" market basket filled with
At an unannounced special meeting of the Anna County an opportunity to be heard on all local and five or more varieties of vegetables from home
Maria City Commission Wednesday morning Gene V. general legislation which may affect them at the 1965 gardens.

Stewart of Chilson Avenue, was appointed acting chiefof session of the Florida Legislature.The Livestock--beef cattle, dairy cattle, poultry,
police in Anna Maria City for a probationary periodof four hearings have been scheduled as follows: eggs, rabbits, horses and pigs.
three months. Stewart 52, married and hall three 1. Palmetto City Hall, 9 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 23. Women's department--home canned and preserved -
children. He has lived in the city for the past several 2. Oneco School, 9 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 30. foods, bread, muffins and rolls, cakes and
months after retiring from the U. S. Army. 3. Anna Maria School, 9 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 6. cookies, candy, pies, needlecraft and embroidery.
Former Police Chief George Jordan was appointedcity 4. County Court Room, 9 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 13.IiIIIIIiI .
marshal at a token salary of a dollar a year, and No A. M. Candidates As Yet
Earle Murdock, city maintenance supervisor, and
Howard Scott, city superintendent of public works, According to Anna Marla City Clerk Frances
also were appointed special police officers to be on Maxon, no candidates had filed petitions up to noon,
call for duty when needed. Tuesday to have their names placed on the ballot
for the Feb. 9 Anna Marla City Election.
Holmes Beach Traffic SurveyDuring Terms of City Commissioners II. E.Cox and Tom

McKay will expire next month. It is understood that
a recent week- The SRD has cut the
Cox will seek reelection and that McKay will not.<<
long traffic check by the speed limit between the
Petitions are now being circulated for Cox and Ned
Holmes Beach two Beach and the Anna
police, County
Leigh. The latter Is a former Lakeland resident,
men worked six days,and Maria Bridge, on Route
and a property owner in Anna Marla for many years.
nine traffic 64 from 65 to 55 miles
made arrests ,
He retired last year, and he and his wife now make
and Issued 26 warnings. per hour. The speed limit
their home here.
Assisting Police ChiefW. on Route 789, from Route permanent
All candidates must file petitions before noon on
II. Snooks Adams with 64 south to 31st Street,
Tuesday, Jan. 26.
the check was former has been cut to SO miles
Deputy Sheriff Bud Ham per hour.
mock. Both changes were made ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER t

Adams has reported that after checks of traffic *_ ........
a check of traffic speedsby speeds by the SRD. T.....
Slate Road Department During the week when T............ I
personnel showed that the the traffic survey was s s.... rHt#
average speed of cars made, Adams said only Aerial picture of Manatee County Beach and the y I I
going north on Palm Dr., one minor accident occurred Sydney Makepeace Wood pier-groin, taken last week, Jan. 12--54 62 59 64 63 None
near its Intersection with In the city, at the showing clearly the accretion of sand at the point Jan. 13--57 70 71 76 68 None
Gulf Drive, for a 24-hour Intersection of Palm and where the pier leaves the beach. During the violent Jan.. 14--62 73 60 76 67 None
period was 36.7 miles per Marina Drives. northwest winds of the two or three days after the Jan. 15-58 70 66 74 66 1.8
hour. Southbound traffic Among the nine violators above picture was taken, some sections of the pier Jan. 16--66 60 53 72 66 .3
at the same point and for arrested during the week were knocked out of alignment by high waves, and Jan. 17--44 42 42 50 60 None
the same period averaged were: William Dickie will require some repair and realignment. (Islander Jan 18--42 54 52 50 60 None

39.1 miles per hour. (Continued on Page 5) Photo) I
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Page 2 ISLANDER Thursday, January'21.1955'


Islander gense Q.J
Editorials .

by THE EDITOR

Mayor Par Excellence County Commission Chairman Dan McClure this
Rally|| Around week announced that the Manatee County Democratic
Executive Committee will serve as an "advisory
During the half-dozen years we have covered the Some bouquets are in order for those persons screening committee" on applicants for county
local news scene, the three Island cities have had a who organized last week's Airstream Rally which jobs and requests by county employees for salary
total of eleven mayors or took place on the County Beach at the south end of increases.
acting mayors. Most of them the Island. Which announcement leads to some interesting
have been dedicated public From talking with members of the group which speculation and questions. Such as: Why did Chairman
officials, with thought of any s attended the rally, the impression was gained that McClure wait to make the announcement until
... personal reward beyone the the event was well and thoughtfully planned, and after the story had been published In the St.
customary dollar-a-year, and that those plans were well executed. Petersburg Times?
the satisfaction of being usefulin Nor could there be any doubt about the impact Are the members of the Democratic Executive
the community. which the rally made on the area. Everyone Committee experts in personnel work?
They have ranged In ability c around, residents and visitors alike, seemed to be Which group Instigated the screening committee__
from good to excellent, withELMER G. TWIST extremely Interested in the event, and thousandsof the County Commission or the Democratic Executive
unhappily very few who might be rated somewhat sightseers drove to the Island to view the Committee?
below "good." unusual sight of some 1,200 silver-colored travel What political party affiliation must new county
Holmes Beach, largest and newest of the Island trailers gathered in one place. In fact, the rally employees have to make the grade? Or is the new
cities, because of its size and mid-Island location-- was one of the principal topics of conversation on screening committee non-partisan?
often is faced with some king-sized problems. But the Island while it was going on. Where was the screening committee when it was
for the most part, it has been extremely fortunate in And too, the Alrstreamers had a very favorable time to screen some of the Democratic candidates
choosing its governing officials, and particularly so Impact on the economy of the area. Easily identifiedby for county offices?
during the past year--especially In the choice of its their blue berets and blue badges, they were How many other powers and/or functions of the
present mayor--Elmer G. Twist. seen in the service stations, stores, restaurants, County Commission are being usurped by the
Several great writers have said that comparisonsare and other places of business on the Island. Beyonda Democratic Executive Committee?
always odious, so we will refrain from belaboring doubt, at least a few of them will return here to Does the Democratic Executive Committee con-
the point, but since Mayor Twist took office we have visit, and eventually small percentage will become sider the County Commission incapable handling
been forced to do some mental revisions in our property owners and perhaps permanent residentson the county's personnel problems?
own slate of "best chief executives." the Island. Do the Democratic Executive Committee and the
Mayor Twist occupies a somewhat unique positionas By some unfortunate chance, the rally took place County Commission realize that taxpayers In the
mayor, in that he literally was "drafted" for the during three days of the poorest weather the area county are NOT chosen by political affiliation?
job. He did not seek the position, but ran only at the has had this winter, and perhaps the Chamber of Does the County Commission remember that Its
urging of his friends and neighbors. He did no Commerce should apologize for this fact. But, all members were elected to serve ALL the residentsof
campaigning, made no pre-election promises, in all, the Airstreamers were good sports about it, the county, and not just to do the bidding of the
represents no special-interest or other group and seemed to enjoy themselves. Democratic Executive Committee?
except the voters of Holmes Beach, and so far as is They made and left behind them, a favorable If outside assistance with personnel problems is
known, has no financial Interest in any local businessor Impression. needed by the County Commission, why not have
real estate, with the exception of his residence on non-partisan assistance? Or at least bl-partlsan
Key Royale. Youth Training? assistance?
For the above reasons Mayor Twist's approach to -
any specific problem can be, and is, taken with all the The following little poem somehow seemed to be
objectivity of an outsider, but with the real Interestof A new custom, that of "decorating" homes and something some of our readers might enjoy:
a local resident who is familiar with the various yards with long streamers of toilet tissue, seemsto

personalities involved.He have gained favor with the younger set on the "We thank Thee, Cod, that Thy grace
has handled the office of mayor with all the Island and elsewhere in recent years. Hast brought us to this lovely place. .
finesse and skill of a highly trained and experienced Probably harmless in Itself, this gambit often is And now, dear Lord, we humbly pray
executive, which he Is--and has made the problems of accompanied by more serious acts of vandalism-- Thou wilst all others keep away.
the office, and their solutions--appear to be so such as slashing screens, throwing eggs, and other -
non-political and non-controversial, that most bits of juvenile deviltry. And the recipients of these During the chilly weather of last weekend, it wasa
observers scarcely realize what is happening, or surprise parties are supposed to take it all with little difficult to believe that only a few days
even that some "hot potatoes" are being handled. good humored enthusiasm, clean up the mess, and before, a large crew had been making the rounds on
Mayor Twist also has provided some of the leader- wait for it to happen all over again. the Island, checking for mosquito larvae. And that
, 'ah9W.h lacking, in haa approaching been badly some needed, but often has been One of the principal reasons this custom has only a few weeks previously, the foggers had been
isianawice problems. gained such wide popularity is that in least
at
And in some working in Holmes Beach.
treating with those Island
... wide problems, he cases It has the sanction of parents themselves.
takes the long range view, just as he has in dealing I
Feeling, perhaps, that there is
with the problems which concern only Holmes Beach. no great harm in it, Back during World War II, we lived on the Maine
some parents seem to overlook the
fact they are coast for a couple of
an we
In Holmes years, experience
in the
Beach--unfortunately
present case thus
undermining all the work in character
building, enjoyed thoroughly. While there became--In the
--the mayor is elected for a term of only one year. and teaching for the we
respect property of others, natural course of hadn't the
events
(
Thus we acquired
each
it becomes
elect
year
to
necessary a new which is being
taught by schools and churches.
necessary sales resistance then--the of a
owner
mayor. This year, why not the
prevail upon present In fact
right here on the Island
one father
young couple of boats.
And after the boat
mayor to enter his name for a second term? a prominent businessman Investigating
and active in church and market in that area while buying the boats, it soon
school organizations himself, felt It all was such a became apparent that despite the miles and miles
Dark licycles lark, that he was seen driving some of his own of seacoast in the state, not one of the boats ever
youngsters, and some of their young friends on offered for sale "had ever been in salt water."

One of the not uncommon traffic hazards on the their would rounds no doubt of be petty vandalism. This young man In much the same fashion, other quick answers
Island is the prevalence of youngsters riding bicycles identity very disturbed if he felt that his become popular in other sections of the country.On .
were made known
after dark, and without lights or reflectors to mark Judged for his in the and he were to be the Island we have had several friends tell us
part caper by some of his own at time
their locations. contemporaries. one or another, especially when the talk
Perhaps because a flock of new bicycles were given Regardless of anyone's view got around to the subject of automobiles, and
of
the
for Christmas presents, but in recent weeks the of such seriousness particularly new cars, "They offered me such a
number of lightless bicycle riders seems to have little serious"boys-wlll-be-boys" antics, there can be good deal, I just couldn't afford to pass it up."
Increased. A few evenings ago we counted eight or this is not the best argument to against the premise that But in all our many years of owning carsgoodones
train
nine In driving the length of the Island,none of which useful and happy citizens.way young people to be poor ones, and Indifferent ones--never have
carried a light. .we.been offered such a deal.
A companion hazard to motorists--as well as to
themselves--is the group of pedestrians who walk BEATITUDESFOR
along the edges of the highway. Often they have no
choice of a place to walk, but in any event, should
have the foresight to wear at least some light colored ,. ,. ( FRIENDS OF THE AGED)
clothing as a safety measure.
: "
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The entire burden of protecting the cyclists and MaR" Blessed are they who understandMy
pedestrians should not be placed upon the motorists. faltering steps and palsied hand.

City ordinances which apply should be enforced, and
the dictates of common sense should be used to avoid Blessed are they who know my ears today
some tragic accident which could blight the lives ofa Must strain to catch the things they say.
number of persons.
Blessed are they who seem to know
The Islander That my eyes are dim and my wits are slow.

An l.d"p.nd.nl Wctily puUishtd Ivory Thursday Blessed are they who looked away

by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY When coffee spilled at the table today.

314 Pin Av.nut, Anna Maria Island Florida

EDITOR..-.-_...._...--STEVE KIMBALL Blessed are they with a cheery smile
r. Who stop and chat for a little while.
ADVERTISING MANAGERMARGE KIMBALL

MAIL ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737.Anna Marla Florida. s Blessed are they who never say
TELEPHONE 778-2021.
: "You've told that story twice todayl")

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.50
per year; $2 for six month Canada. 4 Blessed are they who know the ways
.. $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: i To bring back memories of yesterdays.
$1 per column Inch. Discount of len M '.
for six consecutive insertions M .mow
percent Blessed are they who make it known
if paid by tenth at following month. $ s+
That I'm
loved, and alone.
National or agency placed advertising respected not
$1.26 per column Inch.CLOSING ..
-. TIME: NOON. TWRSDAY7 To find the strength to carry the cross.
Entered aa Second Claaa matter under
the Act d March 3. 1879. Blessed are they who ease the days
On my journey home in loving ways.
MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER ISLANDER PHOTO BY RENE RE DOM --Edward Douglas, Age 82,
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Karl Francis Karel 'iwet Relic anaCackle f JLtd

Services for Karl Francis Karel 61,of Riverside
111., who died at MacNeal Memorial Hospital in hells
Berwyn, 111., on Tuesday Jan. 12, were held in
Riverside Thursday.Dr. .
Russell Jaberg pastor of the Riverside And HOW does your garden grow?
Presbyterian Church officiated, and the remains
were taken to Kewaunee Wis., for burial. Death Last Friday (the Third Friday In January) was
was due to complications of a stroke suffered two Arbor Day. Did you plant a tree? According to the
years ago. State Board of Forestry, there are 314 species of
Mr. Karel was born in Kewaunee,son of L. Albert native or naturlllzed trees which will grow In the
and Hattie Read Karel. After graduation from the State of Florida. We are most fortunate too, because Living on a canal presents Its own peculiar land-
University of Wisconsin, he was employed at the we have such a choice of foliage floweringand scaping problems. When homeowners start planning
Bank of Luxemburg, Wis., until his appointment as fruit trees. Some of the latter produce flowers their lawns and gardens they find they do not have
a national bank examiner in Illinois, Michigan and beautiful enough for bouquets. It's never too late that old, familiar "back-yard." Normally,the frontof
Wisconsin working out of Chicago.In to plant a tree--why not celebrate your own Arbor the house faces the street but on canal property
1926 he became president of the First National Day? -, frequently the reverse is true.(In zoning ordinances,
.
Bank of Berwyn serving in that capacity until 1931. .- .. you will be Interested to read the descriptions of a
He then headed construction companies which l front back and side yard. These were written long (.
developed residential properties in Clarendon Hills before "fingers" were made. Now what made me
111., and Anna Maria Island, Fla. ;:( t think of that?)
At the time of his death, Mr. Karel was presidentof ..' When you plan your landscaping, plan and plant
the Eldorado Water Co., a utility serving the cityof I. \I carefully. Big trees and little ones, planted helter-
Eldorado 111., and the Manatee County Water Co. I. '4" .- skelter may present an awkward appearance five

at Anna Maria Island. a--- -- J'-I".:....4,"_ .I.;... years from now. .
From 1942 to 1946 he was a major in the Army - -. .. -
Ordnance Corps and has since been an active How brown and dry everything looks after the
member of Berwyn Post 422, American Legion.He In my garden library Is one book that might be blustery north winds of the past few days. As I
was a past president of Butterfield Country Club; called a gardener's" "Bible." It's entitled "Your write this we have been fortunate enough to escape
a member of the Cicero Elks the Wisconsin Florida Garden. and was written by two Universityof the killing frosts. However, the plants and trees
Alumni Association and Tau Kappa Epsilon Florida professors. Dr. John V. Watkins and are showing considerable windburn. It's a real
fraternity. Dr. Herbert S. Wolfe. In a most Interesting manner temptation to prune those unsightly branches--but
Surviving are his wife Lorna whom he marriedat the authors cover all phases of gardening from plan- refrain and desist for another couple of weeks.
Luxemburg Wis.,in 1926;one daughter, Caroline ning the garden and propagating the plants to a We might again have greetings from the Arctic. :
now Mrs. Ronald Boyer of Cleveland; his father L. description of almost aU plants shrubs and trees .
Albert Karel chairman of Wisconsin banks at grown In the State. They discuss grasses, lawn "To become a happy person have a clean soul
Kewaunee and Luxemburg and one brother John covers, beach and patio planting and tell you how eyes that see romance in the commonplace, a
Read Karel former senior editor of the Lions to identify and control garden pests. This compre- child's heart, and spiritual simplicity."
International magazine THE LION. hensive garden book, which should be a must for --Norman Vincent Peale
-I all (and especially for new home-owners) is .
DR. CHARLES E. LONG of 87 -222 Franklin St.. published by the University of Florida Press at See you next week.
Grand Haven Mich., a winter resident of the Island Gainesville. Local book stores' have It or will gladly --GINNIE
for many years died Saturday Jan. 16,after a long order it for you. (I get no payola! Darn itl)
Illness. Dr. Long medicine in Grand When
practiced
trust I
you your
ELGIN Water
Haven from 1914 until 1954. Softeners and Filters

He is survived by his wife Mrs. Cynthia Long of ROY M. PHILLIPSBUY to
Grand Haven; a daughter, Mrs. Albert T. Zelden- 778.1486 car us you are
rust of Jackson Mich.; a son, John Long of Seattle; THE BEST FOR LESS
a brother John Long of Reedley Calif., and five 744-5142 ICY CMAIAHTHB particularlll! .
grandchildren. '
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at n o
the Cammeraad Funeral Home Grand Haven with

cremation to GLASGOW follow. STEWART 2 Great Treats Blue Wave Service StationCall

ROBERT 61, of 1012 44th -
St. W, Bradenton died at Memorial Hospital Sunday, 778-1115 Bradenton Beach
Jan. 17. He was born in Bradenton and was a retired Footiro Until Motto Hctiros .
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marine mechanic and was a member of the First
I Baptist Church of Bradenton.Survivors are his wife !II liviM Color
Mrs. Bertha Stewart; a son, Sgt. Robert G.Stewart LARGE ECONOMY SIZE
Jr. in Germany; a brother two sisters, and three
grandchildren. Funeral services Wednesday. i FRIDAY JAN. 22 8:15: P.M.


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All About People... Guests althe Motels
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MISS DIANNE LOUISE BELL, daughter of Mr.and MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Davis of Grand All..
h Quebec...Mrs. Ruth H.McDowell of Newburgh.Y..Mr..nc1 Mrs. CD*
Mrs. Stephen P. Agate of Miami, will become the Mayfleld of Chester Springs Pa. r'
bride of Edward Francis Nunn Jr. of Ithaca, N. Y., TRIPP'S COURT Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duryea of Newburgh.N.Y.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs.Don Cordon Tampa on their
at the Church of The Annunciation, Holmes Beach, 1ai j ..Mr. and Mrs.J.R.Mahoney Adelphl.Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.honeymoon George R.
on Saturday, Jan. 30, at 3 p.m. The Rev. H. C. Morris of R urnaon. N.J...Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Anchose and Mr. and Mr.
R.J. Cox of GreenvIlle S.C...Mrs.D.W. Gaston and Mrs. C.S.Oatley oi
of Bell will
Benjamin, grandfather Miss performthe Stark llle.Miss.
ceremony. A reception at the home of the ROD ft REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. George Prestman of St. Petersburg
...Mr. and Mrs.C.W.Stevens of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs. M. A.Humanek
Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin will follow the ceremony.Mr. Hialeah...Mr. and Mrs.Herman S.Fox of Bloomington Ind...Mr.and Mrs of
Nunn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. +' 4 Paul Pollard of Apollo Beach. '
PALM COURT Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Fox of Grand
Rapids Mich.
Nunn, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt EAST 0' THE SUN: Mra. James O'Brien and Mra.James Wlxon of
Agard, both of Trumansburg, N. Y., and Holmes Nutley. N.J.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mrs. S. Cooke and Mrs.I. Drlscoll of Adrian
Beach. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. B.Howarth of Wayland. Maas. >
MR. AND MRS. MILO J. GOODALE of Galva, Ill., SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.Anthony Drelllng Reynoldaburz, Ohio,
in GAGA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baker of Toledo. Ohio,..Mr.
are spending the winter at the Ral-Mar Court and Mrs. H. Fisher of Vlncennes. Ind.
Holmes Beach. They will return home in April. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ptggford of
Reynoldsburg. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Ruckel of Bronx.N. Y.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN G. TRUDEL of Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Svoboda of Berwyn 111...Mr. and Mra. Fra'nkVladlah ;,
Ohio, are guests at the Linda Vista Apartmentsin of Broadview. 01.
Holmes Beach for two months.DR. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Brown and Mr. and Mra.O.R.
Merwln of Grand Rapids Minn.
AND MRS. ELIAS LIEBERMAN of Richmond PLAYA ENCANTADA: Hon. and Mrs. P.J.McDonough of Boston Mass,
TOPAZ MOTEL McGregor Smith Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.R.S. Hendrlcka
Hill N. Y. are spending the winter at Magee's and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Wynn all d Miami..Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Veriteegh of
Annex Cottage in Anna Maria. Jackson: Center. Ohio...Mr.and Mrs. J.L. Cronan of Terre Haute Ind..:
Mrs. W. P. Brawner of Grand Bay. Ala..Joseph! Ladonlcrki of DeLeon
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. BURD of 207 65th St., Springs...Mr. and Mrs. A. Masalons of Apalachln N. Y...Mra C.S.
Fulton of Nashville. Tenn...Mr. and Mra.T.A.Lester of Hamilton Om"
Holmes Beach, and Canadaigua, N. Y., who last week
..
Mr. and Mrs. William English of Mi haw.t. Ind. Mr. and Mra. R. w'
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, at a small Buchanan of Newark N.J..Mr. and Mra. Dick Zwlep of Holland Mich..!
dinner for friends at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club. L.Harrison of Fort Lauderdale.THE .
ROCKETTES" GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr.and Mrs. Lester Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Burd, who have been winter residents of Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs.George A.Wilson of Lake Panasoffkee..Mr.
here for nine years, have one daughter, Mrs. Harold and Mrs. D. C. Barrus of Battle Creek. Mich...Mrs. W. P. Brawner of
Grand Bay. Ala...Mrs. J. Gentleman of Chicago...Mr. and Mra. Ray J
Rennoldson of Holmes Beach and Naples, N. Y. Krlx of Chicago...Mrs. Bruce Schrier of Doravllle. Ga.. and children..'
(ISLANDER PHOTO) Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce of Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs. Russ Taylor
and Mra. C. W. Peters of Halifax Nova Scotia...Mr. and Mra. Ray p
Sledenberg of Fort Thomas Ky...Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Cole of Tampa..'
MR. AND MRS. TRACY JOHNTZ of Wilmette, 111., Mr. and Mrs. George Monlck of East Northport.N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Cohn of N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zurich of
Sunnyside. Union.N.J...
were last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Zurich of East Northport. N. Y.
Ralph Jordan of 58th Street, former neighbors in LAY-Z-LIY-N MOTELt Mr. and Mrs. P.H.Nunnelleyof M.rathon..Mr.
Wilmette. and Mrs. Serge Rutkovsky of Edgewater.Md...Mrs.Elizabeth Me Arthur of
North Attleboro. M....
VERNON B. "JACK" SEARCY JR. of Chicago, wasa PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Stephen Psscua of Quebec...Mr. and Mri

guest last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc James BIMINI H.BAY Parker: Mr.of Mima.and Mra. E.M. Dowllng of Afawam. Mass...Mr. and
Searcy of 2401 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton Beach. Mrs. John Otis Johnson of Valparaiso Ind.
BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.Francis Osterhoudt Kingston N. Y.
MR. AND MRS. PARK COLLINS of Wayne, Maine,

are spending the winter at Waitt-on-the-Sand, North

1. Shore Drive, Anna Maria. Island Residents or Businessmen who are

MR. AND MRS. NORMAN GODSHALL of Westville, Interested In the establishment of a private
.
N. J., are spending several months at Linda Vista golf and country club on Key Royale may have

Apartments, Holmes Beach. the printed matter available on the subject by
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MALIZIA of Key RoyaleDrive MR. AND MRS. FREEMAN CLARKSON Newfane calling 778-1917, or stopping at the SKIPPER

Holmes Beach, as they celebrated their 40th I Vt., are occupying the McGill Cottage on First Street MODEL HOME on Key Royale.
wedding anniversary at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club I North, Bradenton Beach, until April. The cottage was

Sunday evening. (ISLANDER PHOTO) formerly owned by Miss Ernestine McGill.


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January 21, 1965 THE_ n_ _ISLANDER__.-. .- --- Page-: S

Community Club BOWLING LEAGUES -

ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE P. Honm&n 423 Club I. (An Schumaker. 193-374
I Officers ElectedThe Island Marine Supply Increased Its R. Haverkos 420: Richard Will In.. 190-566).
lead In the Island Mixed League D. Bower 412 Tropical Vista 2. Cray's Econowaab
annual meeting of Friday evening by sweeping Its match B. Carter 404 2. (Bob Guild 212-593 Emmett Smal-
the with Sand Bar. High scorea In the J. Safford 403 ley. 217-338): .
Annie Silver
r Com- match were Frank Woe. 167-477 P. Chapmen 393 Bayou Marina 2, Island Bank 2.
munity Club was held at and Andy Raamuasen. 2)4-386.: (Hank Nlealobedskl. 209-337 Jim Ajers. -
the center last week.New Other scoresilalandTrader3.SchuHIGH GAMES(MEN) 192-449)
chard Plumbing 1. (Bob Rein.) 200- L. Hanson 245'
officers for 1965 were JOS Ray Schuchard. 181-507)). A. Rasmuseen 234 LEAGUE STANDINGS
elected, as follows Mrs. Unen Rental Service 3. Connie k's B. Relnel 200 Schuchard Plumbing 31
:
TV Service 1. (Chick Chapman: 172. H. Meyer 196 Island Marine Supply 50
Helen Franzoni, presi- Pat Flanagan. 469; Dick Connlck. R. Schuchsrd 188 Tropical Vista 49
dent; Mrs. Mabel Harper 178-505). C. Safford 186 Bayou Marina 46
Dick Wagner Realty laland Furniture A. Raamussen 179 Bay Area Insurance 44
vice president; Mrs. Center 1. (Peg Ho< Doris Messimer, secre- 423 Roy Ferguson 169-472). E. Haverkos 178 VanOsienbrldee Builders 40
Anna Maria City Pier 3. B t K: A. Rasmusaen 173 Webb' Island Pharmacy 31.S
tary, and P. J. Franzoni, Hardware 1.(Earl Carter 167. Lefty III and Bank 28
treasurer. Miller, 482; Uoyd Hanson 243-337) HICK SERIES (MEN) Pete Reynard's Restaurant 26.3
Webb Island Pharmacy 3. Bayou A. Rasmussen 586 Roser Men's Club 24
Directors for the year Marina I. (Harvey Meyer 196-314 L. Hanson 337 The ISLANDER 23
will be Chris Van Ess, Glenn Safford. 186-484). .. H. Meyer 514'
R. Schuchsrd 307 TOP TEN GAMES
A. J. Simonds, Virgil LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Relncl 303 C. Dytstra 223
Messimer, Fred DeCatur, bland Marine Supply 46.5 D. Connick 303 C. Chapman 221
Island Trader 39 C. Safford 484 E. Smalley 217
L- and Jerry Cook.Committee Comtek's TV Service 39 L. Miller 482 H. Holmes 213
chairman are Anna Maria City Pier 39 E. Haverkos 480 B. Guild 212
Sand Bar 39 F. Moc 477 E. Schmidt 211
Mrs. Alice Simonds, Webb's Uland Pharmacy 38 T. Edwards 211
ways and means committee Bayou Marina 37 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE R. Haynes 211
Dick Wagner Realty 36 1.lendMarin. Unen Rental (l. Nlealobedskl 209
; Mrs. Mary Chesbro, Linen Rental ServiceIsland 34 Island Furniture Schuchard Plumb. E. Bradow 202
.
publicity chairman; and Furniture Center 31 Dick Wagner Realty B k K:Hardware e
Schuchard 27.5 Connlck's TV Bayou Marina TOP TEN SERIES
Isabel White, with some of her prize winning paintingsin Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ches B fc K Hardware Plumbing 26 A.M.City Pier Island Trader B. Guild 393
last week's Sidewalk Art Fair at the Island bro, library committee. Sand Bar Webb's Island Pharmacy C. Dyaktra 382
HIGH GAMES WOMEN I I A. Schumaker
( ) I 574
Shopping Center. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Regular meetings of the D. Davidson 179 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE T. Edwards 373
club will be held on the D. Davidson 172 Schuchard Plumbing held on to first A. VsnOstenbrldge 572
P. Hoffman 169 place In tlte Island Bowling League R. Wiggins 566
Sidewalk Show WinnersWinners second Wednesday of each B. CarterL. 164 Monday evening, ss It took all four B. Adair 560
month, and all membersare Meyer 134 points In Its match with The ISLAND B. Smalley 538L
Flanagan 134 ER. High scores In the match were H. NlealobedsklC. 337
In the SidewalkArt son, pine needle work; requested to attend J. LoCicero 152 Sieve Alex 216 Bob Adair S6O, and Chapman 331
Fair, held at the Island Harold Lockhard, silver the next meeting on Wed- D. Bower 132 Ken Fellows 178-303.
W. Miller 132 Other scores: Island Marine Supply NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Shopping Center last work; Rosemary Harter, nesday, Feb. 10. L. Flanagan 149 4, Pete aenard'.a..t.uranto.Ulua"( Pete Reynard's Tropical Visit.
week under the sponsor- fabrics, batik. Public card parties will Holmes 213-343): Robert Judeon.183. ISLANDER Island Pharmacy
HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Earl Carter. 480). Econowash laland Bank
of the Florida Second
ship Art winners be held
place Monday at
every D. Davidson 497 VanOstenfcrldge Builders 4. Webb' Schuthard Plumbing Bay Area |na.laland .
Club, were: included: Marilyn Smith, 7:30 p.m., until further W. Miller 433 Island Pharmacy 0.(George Dykstrs. Marine Supply Bayou MarinaJ.
LoClceroL. 427 223-3821 George Thlbodeau.190-334). Van( tenbrldge over M. C.
Fine arts division, plastics; Howard Orcutt, notice. Flanagan 426 Bay Area Insurance 3, Roser ....n". w :
first place In oil painting, Jewelry; Mary Churchill, Twelve Club
High
Isabel White, Sally Re- frogs and dolls; Clara HOLMES BEACH the next court session. charge of passing a stop

Maley; first, watercolor, Salmen, shell craft; Oulda The Island High Twelve (Continued from Page 1) David Jantzi of Sarasotawas sign.

E. Franz Hammar.Nonprofessional. Hall, oil paintings; Dan Club will meet at noon, Moore, 19, of 301 46th fined $25 on a chargeof Albert Piscitelli of

firstIn Muma, inlaid wood; S. W. Thursday, Jan. 21, at the St. West, Bradenton, who speeding. Holmes Deach was fined
oils,Joyce Rutta;Jean- Wagner, oils; Rhoda Bag- Holmes Beach Yacht Club. was charged with speed- Nora M. Morse of Anna $25 after pleading guiltyto

ette Eustace,water colors ford, shell craft; Elsa Speaker at the meeting ing, and who failed to Maria pleaded guilty to a passing a stop sign.

and pastels. Hildebrandt, oils; Gladys will be William J. Kittle, appear at last week's ses- charge of speeding, and Richard S. Grove, 17,of
First place winners In Cole, oils; Robert Cheyne assistant superintendentof sion of the Holmes Beach and paid a fine of $25. Oradenton, was chargedwith

crafts were: Paul Magnor, Ross, paintings; Betty the Manatee County City Court, and estreateda Elizabeth W. Harvey of speeding, and paid a
inlaid wood; Charles MacDonald, paintings. Schools, who will use as bond of $15. Dradcnton was fined $25 fine of $15 after pleading

Wickware, mosaic tables; Winners of third prizes his subject, "Accreditation Ralph W. Jones, 70, of after pleading guilty of guilty. I
Mrs. Joseph Hofmann, were: John Rellly, Leone and Integration in the 109-81st Street, Holmes failure to yield the rightof A juvenile charged with

contoured glass; Alta Brown, Hammar, Flora Public Schools." Beach, was arrested for way. speeding was turned over

Frank, paintings on vel- Kenyon, Mrs. Harter, Speaker at the following driving while his licensewas Richard M. Dunn Jr., 17, to the County Juvenile
vet; Lillian Durgin, shell Joyce R u u a, and Bob week's meeting will be revoked for DWI, and of 616- 57th St. NW, Bra- Court.

craft; Caroline Rau,knit- Keehn, paintings, and Deputy Insurance Commissioner posted a $500 cash bond. denton, entreated a $25 Mayor Elmer G. Twist
ting; Mrs. Albert Peter- Goldya Kepp, hobby craft. Mack Brltt. Ills case was continued to bond he had posted on a presided at the court.


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'Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. January 21.1965


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Chain Of Missions AssemblyThe "

OF ELECTION PN".1s
BERNARD MISSION The City of Anna Mar",. Florida, Island Baptist Church will be host to the R

(CATHOLIC) will February bold 9.aa 1969.election to elect on Tuesday two City, Island churches in one of the Florida Chain of

ftov. Francis F. WelsBlUer Commissioners. Missions Assemblies. Sunday evening, Jan. 24,

MASS SUNDAY S. ':1S & lOllO City FRANCES Clerk V.MAXON at 7:30. Speaker for the hour will be Dr. DavidW. r.mow '

HOLY WEEKDAYS DAYS 8 8 an am & 6 t* 1/7.1 4.2138, 65_ A. Taylor of Nashville Tenn. Dr. Taylor was

ROSARY ft BENEDICTION- born in China, where his parents served as
REGISTRATION OP VOTERS
WEDNESDAYS Memorial 7t30 p.Church The Registration Books of the City missionaries. He returned to the states when he

Harvey of ADM Maria Florida are open and was six, and has served pastorates in Virginia,
N.n-D.no.imetian.l
( ) will remain open until 12 noon Febrsary -
8r....'.. BeechHew. 4. 1965. AU voters are required and for the past few years has been Educational

A. W. 11..* 10 register. Anyone registered priorto Secretary for the Presbyterian U. S. Board of .......
May 1J. 1964 will not be eligible to .
......
SUNDAY vote. Residents may register at die World Missions, with offices in Nashville. .; _, ..
9i IS on Sunday School ,.
402 Pine Avenue, from the ...."= -
10130 on Worship Service City Office. The Florida Chain of Missions Program on < "

CIarI..... SC| MC. Service 9:00 Frida AJ4.,. undl-. Monday through Island is sponsored by the Island Ministerial "' -r "', .f!!: ; .. ,M ,

A. M. CwMMNrfty Hew.. FIANCES V. MAXON Association. fit'NEW ; -"
City Clerk : .
.. --
SUNDAY In. 14. 11 i. 28.*6*
fiOO mm Sunday Sarvieo Baptist Men's Day HOME on 73rd Street, Holmes Beach, built for

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH There NOTICE will OP be a PUBLIC Public Hearing HEARING at the Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Williams, formerly of Atlanta,

Ro,. Lee Itetlilf. Peeler Regular Meeting of the Board of Sunday Jan. 24, will be Baptist Men's Day in by Bradenton Beach contractor Louis J. Barolo.Mr.
FRIDAY Commissioners of the City of Anna and Mrs. Williams recently have retired from active
churches. The Island
I 3 tOO pa Jr. GA Maria. Florida to be held at the Anna Southern Baptist Convention
SUNDAY Baptist Men's Day Marla Community House.at 7:30p.m., Baptist Church will participate in this day of business and are now occupying their new residence ''I

lOtOO US am am Sunday Worship School Service, James Monday some proposed February changes 1965,consider In the city recognition and honor for the men in the church.At on a year-around basis. They have been visitors to

Clark, Speaker charter. the 10 a.m. hour of worship they will be recog- the Island for many years, and are owners of the I

7l30 5l30 pm pm Chain Chapel of Choir Missions -- City FRANCES Clerk V.MAXON nized and James Clark will be the layman speaker. South Wind Apartments on Gulf Drive, Holmes

Service Clark resides in Holmes Beach Is a teacher of a Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
l30 Youth Fellowship
TUESDAY pm UNCLASSIFIED'ffir.t Sunday School class and a deacon of the Island

WEDNESDAY 7iOO pm Church Choir pe.9st ,.,.Ir.. Baptist Church. He recently surrendered to preparefor

7iOO pm Prayot Ueetlng7iOOpm i he -$1.00-W ....... and enter the Gospel Ministry.
RA, Sunbeams
ADVERTI5ING5PECIAL.TIE5.of Items available. Call; Thousands J. C.- BREAKFAST BRIDGE PARTYA

R..w Mewsjftol Clutch McDonald at 771-11 91 at your convenience Breakfast Bridge will be sponsored by the Anna "
(Ms, r>e......*....I) to show you the latest specialtiesIn
your field of business. Absolutely Maria Garden Club, and held at the Anna Maria
"... Richard K. Wiaaina' Nn Pr..aaur...
Pastor Community House at 10 a.m., Friday Jan. 29. ,

THURSDAY The public is cordially invited to attend for a

3iOO pm Rosor Choristers RESERVE LIFE donation of $1 per person. Refreshments will be
4:00 Cantus Choir
7i30 pm pm Senior Choir INSURANCE COMPANYOne served, and table prizes awarded. Those planningto I

SUNDAY liJO pm Men's Chorus attend are asked to take their own cards. For Your Convenience I

9(00 am Worship Service of Florida's oldest legal reserve
lOlOO am Sunday School companies specializing In hospital Have Your PAINTING We Now Have
11 ill am Warship Sorrica7lOO medical surgical income protection
pm Youth Fellowship and a full Tins of life Insurance 2 Licensed Agents
MONDAY coverage Is planning an extensive Done By EXPERTS!
7tOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 expansion program and will recruit a
WEDNESDAY limited number of men to completeour Stop by and pick up your
10 0..2 pm Missions Workshop7i30 staff.
pm Special Council Moot.iOO 1. be 21
Applicant must over and under Private Secretary
Circle 7, Youth Room
pm S3 years of age.
2. Must have a burning desire to earn HARRY M. RIFE
Church of Annunciation $30 a day with our day old qualified
(Episcopal) leads. JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
R.v. Gerald K. Lowe Recta 3. $433.34: : monthly guaranteed earnings LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
to those who qualify with a
THURSDAY potential of$800 to$I 600 per month. 5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
9tOO .. Holy Eucharist3rd 4. Men selected will be given office Phewe 77S-1341 Amu Mart
SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY and field training by experienced 778-1022 778-2009
1100 am Holy Eucharist Company
personnel Including
lOlJO. Family Eucharist & weekend schooling In points located
Sermon, Church School either In Florida or Georgia.
Gloria' Del Lutheran Church 5. Automobile necessary.
6. Those selected must begin imme-
Rev. Letter M. Uts. Pastor diately.

SUNDAY 7. The men selected at this time will, w. arehappy
9il5 am Sunday SchoollOiJO within 30 days,be placed charge
am Worship Service of nearby branch offices as mana .
IU30 em Choir Rehearsal gers.
LeMfVat Island Chapel For confidential interview fill out and
,**..--.t mall coupon below. B you feel it ime-uy
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peuonalNam.
FRIDAY resume along wld.C:=
10:00 an Prayer Croup to omnounc .
SATURDAY .
2tOO pn Choir Rehearsal Street Address on our convenient I!

SUNDAY City ft State
9ll5 an Sunday School Tel.No.
9i30 am Adult Bible doss
11(00 am Worship Service ft Age w.
Sermon! Something Te Co On",
Wrltei Personnel DirectorP.
O. Box 10475 TIM1 PAYMINT

0i YEA" ARUUNIJ Tama Plorida IN.TENANClh now PLAN

MOWING. TRIMMING.
EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL-
ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILtD.
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus have
REASONABLE RATES..Referencee.
KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 77I-2W4
liter 4,30 p. 710-BSth ST.. H. O.
WANTED: To Rent with Option to
I Buy.2 or 3 Bedroom Home on the
Island. Plane 771-1 fIOI. FRIGIDAIRE [Golden Opportunity Days JFRIGIDAIRE ]
WILL EXCHANGE; Lovely ;J-BR
home (3 years old) la Bradenton's
nicest section: for property on theWaff'r.
Call 7420073.FORSALE ._
BUILDER
OF HOMES '
.
: ...ed urn tuts.
Houses suitable l for Ulme Call 7780577.
climate end) conditions. SWEDISH MASSAGE! Gloria Chrletensen. GET OUR
R..4I.II... AMiri** & R.M.. 233: I3ib St.. Holmes
R..I,.. Trustworthy Beach. BT lmenl..7712!'.
.. .. FOR SALE 16I ..r J SPECIALTRADEIN
'1. ... ,I". .. .
engine- $123. Can be seen at Anchor
NORMAN ROSEDALE Pout Poln.WANTbD.
Anne Merle 771.1410 TO BUYl All U.S. Colas
Cold Currency, or Foreign Coins ofany Washer & Dryer
Country or old Medals Tokens.
Reasoner & Anson etc. Byron Bizarre Baiaar. 2403 M
I4ih !':L W nr.,<.nt n Ph.747.1116
FOR SALK Portable Sowing Machine list deal the hhric mClDAIRE
$30. W..Unl"electrIC" fry
pan }6. Both In good condition. Phone this is
on Aew Dryer
778_1773.U&Ti I
Telephone ->> Student's glasses In black OFFER! FRI GIDA IRE kid to clothes.I
744-0651 or 746.9110 after 5 case, vicinity Bay Blvd.. Alamanda.
and North Shore Drive. Reward. 771rUR -
DIXlECRANDEHOm BLDG. I Washer! -6IIIttt!
SALES 14. .Tilt back aura
b 4 In lood.condition.. can 77B-IM1.

FORSALE I 3 large room, bath, II .,. ,, ,
,
"
.
good condition reasonable. 305-SSth yo' "''f' .1'1' 'f"II dl''Iff'
Si Ph. 77 14Q1. ... I YIII, ., ,, ,
.1 .I"" !II. d' 1 If II' .,. I" fl. f' ", .
01'toN shout &110 22"" .New oMbaerdrepair
shop,Cone Outboard Service
1700 Cortet Rd. Two factory trained
mechanics with a total of over thirty
years' eqwrlence' In both Michigan rr tL by FRIGIDAIRE
and Florida. Evlnrude and Johnson
specialists. Complete motor rebuild cooks as good as it looks! _
ing. Latest factory approved testing :

ISLANOhR.nf Flair looks built in but Installs in mmutes.

our readers,PHOTOSt we can Aau.nlcelO offer s Sal .
enlargement of any picture appearing Tender-matic roasting makes even C=.::: -.....

1.nTiy ISLANUE It f''I'Od\M.2'ach. -.I! economy buys more tender- auto ---...,...... ... ...... ..........-
I Put SALE .... ..
'
I' matically. *( ""'" I _""- rt..gt..t
Tryst D.pertmeetheseeel 2O4.66cft St.. Holmee Beech a block
LeessC.mat'ercisl from Gutf. Completely equipped and Two ovens glide-up doors. Roll To*. ....... 0...Ac1_ Le..tMair pew r.t pen r...
Lees aU roM... A moneymaker at$13.500. You cook top. too X ... tees '.......... .,.....,
7ermt. Call .|] o.ALThRATlONS bw.at .....
Mort LMftW CtotFTIn Model MCI 45J Yew taste sf 6........
age *. Mao Dreesmaklniu on aU kinds Dr.p.of..Mrs.fyak 40-.e ectn I jT ?1 m\\ *)"" M il l4 t 2S Otter Services Beard.C "-| j1.LOT ,/ to to*drp toerfityt Pws.esr f_....

I I rOe\ 9J IU on (;aMI. \ +l* IX*mlj r*v t' .,.,.- ....
7Jnd St.81aIAt Bay Lou
priced for quick sale] Celt FroM. E t
OLDEST BANK IN THIS AREA Furniture
$10.0001 TTtk St. Cae u\ 4.000| 75m & ApplianceYour
rareu.t. roic St. Casal. $X500 Tlrd sa.. tl.XJO.JN. .
.B. FROTHEAO. Reg. Real EMMa
w raksr. II6.J1M stew 779-2334.
FOR SAUl C. B.M..lie Mad Part Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer
For the Holmes och able Dtasveaker. Like r.*v-$..J07Spititt
] A_. ASM Maria. "

Police Call 746-7121 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267r

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Thursday. January 21. 1965 THE ISLANDER Pae'7IISLAND


I REAL ESTATEHolmes I




Beach George WagierREALTY WIDOW MUST SELL

Two-Bath Home, Island Shopping Center
Two-Bedroom Only Two
Years Old. Central Heat, Large Screened PHONE 778.2<<4 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA 2 BR Bay Front Home
Porch, Carport & Utility Room. Beautiful C*..E.W.gn.'......Be.k.r
Lawn & Landscaping. Close to Private Beach. AU.." P...,"...c.... Furnished.

Priced Below Builder's Cost
ONLY $13,000
For Quick Salel TODAY'S BEST BUY

BRAND NEW HOME: 2 BR: 2 BATHS;
JOHN B. PROTHERO AIR-CONDITIONED; CENTRAL HEAT; DICK WAGNER, Rtilty
LARGE SEAWALLED CANAL LOT
Real Estate Broktr-Solis & Rentals ; Fully
Registered LANDSCAPED. ALL THIS FOR ONLY Phone 778.2663
Holmes Beach 15900. YOU CAN'T BEAT THISl 11 YOU Gulf Beach
116.81st ST. 778-2554 2217 Drive, Bradenton
CAN HAVE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
HnM M M HMMH W B M W MMMM MMMBM M n M MMM BM HM
PARRISH REALTY
Excellent Buy in 2 BR -1: Bath
RALPH H. PARISH Mr. PEGGY "HASSIE" MOORS Anec.te'ost

Waterfront Home Offfk ,..... Anno Mono Phono: 778-1902 New Year BargainsHERE'S
With Central Air Cond.

6 Heat Control ff SPECIAL A DANDY.
Between the highway and Gulf
IMMEDIATE POSSESSIONSEE BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being
offered I with low down payment and reasonablemonthly A nice lot for $2,750 -
terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTSI
TERMS IF DESIRED.
SEASIDE GARDEMS Shown by Appointment *

IN ANNA MARIA :::!fI A lovely 2-Bedroom home, on largelot
JACK HOLMES, Realtor -.c close to Gulf, In best section of
High Canal Lots.$2,700
ea Anna Maria. Beautiful condition just
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE 5% Discount for CashHlSSilIM like new. Selling far below cost.

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA GlI1n $13,500 ON GOOD TERMS.


WANT SECLUSION? I ft Rtiltar JACK MARSHALL Rtilttr
Fran Maxon, Associate

QUIET SECLUDED HOMESITEonupper INA MJILDINC PHONE 77t-l.. M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Palma Sola Bay on Mainland. f\\fl-(!\ ANNA MARIA. FLOJIIOA ; fop

High, Cleared, Well Drained Lot--
zoned one-family. Beautiful I wide

View of Water, 142 feet on Bay, well I i a t!
over 200 deep. Reduced to $12,500! BUILD A BRIDGE
[
Don't Miss This! fi.

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M.har ...al Estat. r
RUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAIRtflsttrri
Reel! Estate Brokers

7702 half Drive, H.I_" luck 77H15f


HONESTLY .

We believe this is the best buy ever TO RETIREMENT
offered on KEY ROYALE. We own this
beautiful new home ourselves and are willing
to sell it for $3,200 down NO CLOSING
COSTS, monthly payments of $112, Including
principal and interest. WilY RENT ANY T1.. c. Ii "iii 1IqH..,.."
home LONGER for?$19,900 We are cash.also willing to sell this T..n, ,. .... ... ".... ..d .. 1K

1Ctf.......
This home is on a corner lot.

It has access to a community well for W
free lawn sprinkling.It -- B..i of oil-

is in the finest of neighborhoods. f Y w someone tls
dots the work!
It has Bahama styling, a circular driveway
two-car garage, two bedrooms, two
baths, den, huge kitchen, complete with
lawn and landscaping.It .
-n.' Ar
Is one-ha block from boat basin.It .
A residential apartment
Is the fifth house on the left after you can I b>>. o weekend
cross over the bridge to Key Royale. .
retreat or a vocation
OPEN DAILY. home now-o full time
DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. experience in good

OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living la'".



I !! 5400 Condominium Gulf Apartments Drive


Presented by "on "" Gulf M"ito"


L Ldomodi mofniT cnenon
CALL Mr. ADAMS of KEY ROYALE
HOMES for more information lob Cable. Sales. M..ger

t 778.1917I P.O. iti 1152, Melees Beach, fUrldt T.I.l ,fctit 77J.U1Ir

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t r ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


; HUFFIHE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone } NEW SHIPMENT X

778-1771 Days r
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER y WE WILL HELP YOU DESIGN AN ARRANGE-
ISTANDAKDJ 778-1440 Nights, MENT OF LOVELY SPRING FLOWERS IN
OIL YOUR OWN FAVORITE CONTAINER--OR
HOLMES BEACH -SALE- 'I WILL DO IT FOR YOU! COME'N* SEE USI

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic r ,
FREE GIFT 8 MAIL WRAP
NEW and USED CARS 1/4 OFFon d'ddk. Lending Library


TV IS OUR BUSINESS Livingroom-Dinette-Patio

& Bedroom Furnishings
, NOT A SIDELINE EXCLUSIVE

RETURNED FROM DISPLAYAT

MODEL APARTMENT WITH 7neeed
E N

LIKE NEW / OUR OWN

12" PHONE 778-1019 SHELL PRINT SUN DRESS

PORTABLE LJ We Designed It (

os low as $119.95 -FOR SALE- ;ltn *J ?/4amiMode It (

INQUIRE ABOUT OUR 2 LOTS WITH 2 BR HOME
FREE Color demonstration 8 to 20 12/j to 24jCOLORSBlueGreenPink
2 CAR GARAGE & 1 BR APARTMENTFor

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Income Rental

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Close to Beach & ShoppingON '

,\ BUS LINE Lay. _'- Phone

YOU WHAT??? $10,500 Away Plan 778.1161

ac sort' tusww..-ran.4JOa.rA
Call Owner at 778-1131
FINISHED CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

JOBS ;eat6u ?/4e Zae4f

1 3 iH 1 STOP. For Bags Jewelry.- Hats Arrangements- Flowers HANDY DANDYOPEN


HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUNDRYIN All Colorsl 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
74 a94L
.
THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER. ISLANDEVERY DAY
O lS
., ;' 778-1020
.SH G org.ft V..aINcDonald SHOPPING CENTER 7782810LINEN
-I \ \
RENTAL SERVICE Call 7781472ALL
HAYNES RESTAURANTOPEN TYPES BABY FURNITURE-
I Laundry Shoe
Dry Cleaning 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows
I coin operated coin operated Breakfast 7 to 11 -BEACH EQUIPMENT.
Repair
-or- -or- 214 54th Street. Holmes Beach
Lunch 11:30 to 2
professional finished service c. Dinner 5 to 8
Call 778-2012
Holmes Beach Center
Shopping e S d<
WATERTHE J A.s &mLJ/42PSI,' Plumbing Contractor

LIQUID OF LIFE OUR STAFF 77S.13M 5306 Holmes Boulevard
May Hownst.ia Wlnlfr Gvlmt... Rosemary Harts
TROPICAL ANNA MARIA ISLANDIS David Chick Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies Pumps Repairs
SURROUNDED BY LARGE AND
WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTYDon't
BEAUTIFUL BODIES OF WATER--
lEACH LIQUOR STORE
WATER FOR SWIMMING, WATER
FOR BOATING AND FISHING. BUT HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
it off!
YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF USINGIT put
FOR DRINKING OR COOK ING.
TEN HIGH 5th 3 for $10.00
Get
squared away TODAY!
THEREFORE JOB IS TO
PHILADELPHIA 5th 3 for $9.75
BRING TO THE ISLAND, AND ITS
RESIDENTS,FRESH,CHEMICALLY SEE US IMPORTED SCOTCH 5th $4.49
PURE WATER TO MEET THE
NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY. For Complete Insurance 100 proof
Bonded Stock 5th 3 for $11.65
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR SERVICE,
BUT EVEN MORE PROUD TO Including LIFE Gordons Vodka qt. $3.99

SERVE YOU! -

Manatee County Water ( BLACK LABEL
(uay ./ pea Insurance Bush Bavarian 6 pack PLUS

Company, Inc. Old Milwaukee 89< &Deposit Tu

778-1697 778-1548
Telephone 778.2022 PHONE 778-2023
closed Saturday at noon Kun FREE DELIVERYI JEllY