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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 28, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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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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UNIVERSITY I I OP FLORIDA I {

LJCKAKf/ CF FLORIDA HISTORY' f

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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good \


No. 690 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 28, 1965 TEN CENTS


PROPOSED NEW GOLF COURSE Holmes BeachReRegistration K. F. Karel Home In Illinois BurglarizedThe (

following story is from the Chicago Tribuneof

ROYAtE RIY.aTOM ...MolCWNTIt. Friday, Jan. IS, concerning the late K.F. Karel: J
KEY cor r Mc All voters in Holmes "Riverside (111.) police seized a burglar in ,
.. CLUB Beach will be to this suburb yesterday as he ran from the home ofa
required
A t.A$O.JTV 'SYf'.tu r......... re-register in order that widow who was attending her husband's funeral.

they may vote in the city "Arrested was John Melvin Burr.32.who gave
election on Tuesday no home address. He was carrying a wallet, a (
--A. Mar. 9.QuaUfted. ring, and several coins from a collection of KarlF.

.u y residents may Karel, 61, who died Tuesday. The Karel home
register at the city office is at 339 Bartram Road, Riverside. Barr, an

W. s2 4 Ilwnr.a from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., ex-convict admitted breaking into the home
each weekday with the through a window. He was seized by Sgt. Carl
registration book to closeat Smith after a neighbor saw a man in the home
rww -- '
,..wr.we. tit Wwnws pI Mar. 5. and called police.
noon, ..
I of Q City Clerk Mrs. Polly "Funeral services for Karel were held inKewaunee ,
wo. A d Archer will be at the Wis. Barr was charged with burglary ,.
city office to reregistervoters and will appear Jan. 29 in the Oak Park branch of
"
IEo. from 6 to 8 p.m., the Circuit Court.
J
1111 -_ from 2 to 5 p.m., Friday the Island for many years, and have spent each
Pr -- Jan. 29, in addition to the winter here since the late 1940s. He was the ownerof
t s r r.t regular office hours. the Manatee County Water Company which i

} Mrs. Archer said this supplies water to Anna Maria City and Holmes

aM week, that through Tues- Deach.

day, a total of 637 voters C Of C Division Meeting ThursdayMrs.
had re-registered in the
city, but that she is Helen Garrett, secretary of the Island
aspiring to bring the Division of the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce I'
number to about 1,000. announced Tuesday that a meeting of the
division would be hcld'at 8 p.m., Thursday,Jan. 28,
The above drawing represents the results of a recent at the cafeteria at the Island Elementary School.
studY'of the feasibility of a nine-hole executive length '
golf course and other country club activities on the Service Station Variance RecommendedThe

29-acre tract made available on Key Royale in Holmes mitch Davis Day' Dradenton Beach Doard of Adjustment met at

Beach. the city office Friday evening to consider a requestof
Three golf professionals and a golf course architect the Sinclair Refining Co. for a variance to the
have praised the site and the opportunities It would rear line regulation on the company's property at
offer club members for recreation on Anna Maria i the southeast corner of the intersection of Gulf
Island. A committee is arranging the financing of the .i Zr Drive and Bridge Street. It Is understood the

proposed project through pledges of stock purchases. r company plans to build a new service station on

r the site of the present station, with the new buildingto

Four, ,AHHI Marie CmdiJites i / face Gulf Drive. ., .'
.
After considering the request the Doard of Adjust-

Petitions for four candidates for the Anna Maria ment has recommended to the city council that the
City Commission were filed before the deadlineat ,, variance be granted. The matter will come before
the council for approval at its Thursday
noon, Tuesday. The four candidates are incum- meeting ,
bent Commissioners Thomas C. McKay and II. E. IT' Feb. 4.Three.

"Gene" Cox; and Ned Leigh, and a former city City Meetings Next Week
commissioner Arthur Hansen.
McKay, a former co-owner of the Bayou Marina Meetings of the governing boards of all three Island
is a director of the Island Bank. A native of Minnesota cities are scheduled to be held next week. The Anna
he lived Lakeland from the time he was a Maria City Commission will meet at the Community
child, until moving to the Island about nine years ago. House at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1; the Holmes
He is married and has one daughter, a student at the 't..Vr Beach Board of Aldermen at the Holmes Beach City ,
University of Florida. He was elected last year for a Office at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 2, and the I
one-year term. Bradcnton Beach City Council at the Fire Stationon
Second Street North at 7:30 Thursday,
Cox was elected a commissioner at a special p.m.
election in July, 1964, to fill the unexpired term of Feb. 4.Light.

Harvey G. Meyer, when the latter was elected mayor.A Plane Hits Power Line
native of Mt. Olive N. C., Cox has lived in Florida
about nine years, the past six in Anna Maria. He Is According to eye-witness report, a heavily laden
married has and single engine plane hit a power line near the Island
a son, two daughters, ten grandchildren -
Hank early last Thursday evening. The plane waapprO.1chlnj
He Is semi-active as a Realtor and real
the Holmes Beach with the
estate appraiser, and is qualified as a certified public ( Airstrip
Intention of but after the
accountant in Georgia and North Carolina, and as an apparent landing hitting
wire, it flew the length of the strip, gained some
attorney in Georgia. lie is a retired Army Reserve
altitude the north end of the field and flew
near ,
colonel, and also Is retired from Federal Civil
without identified. Witnesses said that
Service. He served in Europe In both World Wars, and away being
In World War II, he was commanding officer of the transformers on nearby utility poles sparked as
lights in the area flickered for several seconds.
American contingent of the military governmentin
The Netherlands. A repair crew of the Florida Power Light Co.
replaced the line the following morning,necessitating *
Leigh, formerly a resident of Lakeland, has been
an interruption of power on the northern half ..
a permanent resident of the Island for a lie
#' year.
of the Island for about an hour. The line reportedly
formerly was manager of a large box company In
burned.
was badly
Polk County. He and Mrs. Leigh live on North Shore l
Drive in a home they have owned for many years. Anna Maria City Re-Registration
Arthur Hansen was elected to the city commissionin
1961 and again In 1963. Only about two months of All residents of the City of Anna Maria are
his second term had elapsed when he resigned from reminded that In order to vole In the Feb. 9 city
the commission without explanation and moved to election, they will have to reregister at the city
Illinois for more than a year. office' before noon, Thursday, Feb. 4. For those
s who cannot register in the daytime,City Clerk Mrs.
6 Frances Maxon will have the registration book at the
Pictured at Saturday's Mitch Davis Celebrationat
Day Community (louse from 7 to 7:30 p.m., Monday
the Anna Marla Community House, were: Feb 1, prior to the meeting of the city commission.
1. City Commissioner Tom McKay, assistant chef
at the fish barbecue, and wearing colorful apron.
2. Anna Maria Mayor Harvey G. Meyer" (left) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
presented plaque to Wyatt Dlasslngame, who acceptedit
w.. I...,...
for Capt. Mitch Davis, the city's first mayor in T_,s
1925. Cap Davis was ill and unable to attend the
Y 1er T......./.r..
celebration in his honor. N... d .... HI'"
3. Ralph Parrlsh, expert barbecue chef, who pre-
sided at cooking the fish for the repast. Jan. 19-50 53 52 37 61 None
4. Left to right: Mrs. Harvey Meyer;former Acting v Jan. 20--49 62 60 71 62 None
Mayor D. Henry Clay, and Mrs. Tom McKay. Jan. 21--34 72 63 75 64 None
5. Another former acting mayor, Arthur Johnsonof Jan. 22..60 78 66 84 66 None
Day Boulevard, with Mrs. Johnson. k c. Jan. 23--70 74 69 80 63 None
6. Ned Leigh of North Shore Drive, a candidate for Jan. 24..66 67 68 73 68 .6
the city commission at next month's city election. Jan. 23-64 69 64 72 66 None
(ISLANDER PHOTOS)



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, January 28, M
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.- Islander Editorials ---Letters--- gen e an .

Board of Alderman: by THE EDITORAn
Isn't there something that our board of alder-
men can do to prevent a grocery store from being Island visitor from Saskatoon, SaskatchewanIn
The Confusion Of Dan McClure built at the south end of our airstrip? western Canada, reports that when she left for
This building could be a very hazardous thing Florida, the temperature in Saskatoon was 32 below.
for planes flying in from the south end of the We can think of no betterreasonfor leaving there.
One of the biggest and most exciting political storiesin *
airstrip, and causing all planes to approach the
Manatee County in many a moon was last week's
"announcement" Commission ChairmanDan field too high and shorten their runway, and maybe For reasons we cannot fathom, some members of
by County
the field.I the Downtown Bradenton group appear
willing
causing them to overrun to let
McClure of the existence of the new all-Demo-
feel that our airstrip here on our Island is one industry which is worth nearly$21 million to the
cratic board.personnel advisory quite an asset and attraction, and we know people county each year, by-pass the city, while paying lip
_ the come and fly in and out that would possibly not service to bringing In new industry.The .
Inasmuch as broken story get here otherwise. industry we speak of is that of the tourist, and
had been
already
,
Here Just a couple of weeks ago a plane flewin the Downtown group seems to be behind a movementto
In The St. Petersburg
Times McClure's face- ? and carried a patient away on a stretcher, andI have all tourist traffic by-pass the city, rather
In am sure if a building is put up at the south end than follow the present Route 41, merely to relieve
saving gesture making failedto of our airstrip something like this could not be traffic congestion, and to allow"local people to shop
the announcement
his accomplished, and I personally feel that our In the downtown area."
save even dignityas
commission chairman.One airstrip certainly is more needed than another Members of this same group of business peopleare
of the most confusing store at this time. forever moaning about how well Sarasota and
if should be built how about the Pinellas counties have
of the entire Now a store grown, prospered and
parts story--
from a reader's point of parking space? The parking space would be limited, progressed, but fail to learn a lesson from those
view--is the way it has and one driving home would have a hard time counties, and the way they welcome the tourist.
changed from day to day, getting through at times. Authoritative figures claim that 24 tourists per day
and the way the chairmanand We on 56th Street certainly live close enough to are the equivalent of an industry with a $100,000
other members of the r the shopping center without having a store startedon annual payroll. And that for each $100 paid to a I
commission disagree as our street, so please let's keep the commercial motel, an additional $400 is spent in the community.
to who appointed whom. CHAIRMAN DAN McCLURE property on the west side of Marina Drive,and our Further estimates are that each tourist dollar hasa I
.. According to McClure's announcement, membersof residential property on the east side of Marina 500 percent turnover within the area, which means
the Manatee County Democratic Executive Drive starting at the north end of the yacht basin, that each $100 paid to a local motel will result in|
Committee will serve as an "advisory screening then to Flotilla Drive north. a $2,500 turnover In the area.
committee" to interview and make recommendationson Let us not ruin the beauty of the yacht basin, Why then, are these Downtowners deliberatel)
where all the boats in weekend trying to scuttle a $21 million annual
applicants for county jobs and requests by county big come every so industry we
employees for salary increases. they can be seen from both sides of the canal. already have? If the tourist traffic is diverted froir
McClure said the screening handled by the executive Now if we have to pass a new ordinance in Bradenton by having Route 41 by-pass the city, the
committee will be "an experiment we will try." He order to make all property residential, as I have same traffic also will by-pass the Island and its
also said, "It will save us time and will be an suggested above, please let s do it, as we certainlywant motels, and other businesses.What .
invaluable service." to retain our airstrip. can one do about it? Fill In the coupon in th
Chairman McClure failed to tell newsmen whetheror I might add that if a store is allowed to be put up ad of the Manatee Tourist Association on Page 4 oj
not membership on the Democratic Executive at the south end of our airstrip, I for one, and this Issue, and forward it according to instructions]
Committee automatically made the committee mem- many others will not patronize the establishment. Enough public opinion will offset the efforts of thos
bers experts in personnel work. I feel that this party should know about this in all who are trying to change the routing of Route 41]
McClure did, however, tell newsmen that the fairness to him, then let him be his own judge. A public hearing on this matter will be held ne>
advisory committee had been appointed by the county Again I ask, please do all in your power to try Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 2)), so time is an importa
commission. In a statement made the following day, and prevent something like this from taking placeon factor, and if you feel you want a voice in th|
Commissioner Richard Briggs, reported to be the 56th Street and ruin the corner that can be decision about keeping Route 41 where it is, se
liaison officer between the commission and the made beautiful to look at, and at the same time In the coupon Immediately!
committee, said "We didn't appoint this committee.The will make a beautiful approach to our airstrip.
executive committee appointed it." Trusting that you gentlemen -
In answer to a question, Briggs said the screening will do all in your
committee was "a mutual idea," but later admittedthe power to prevent this .
members of the committee were named by the store from being built on warms inWINTER : cools inSUMMER
Democratic Executive Committee.The our street, I remain
following day Commissioner Ralph Clark, Yours truly, :
vice chairman of the commission, called his own George A. Lott Jr.
Press conference, and told newsmen that the new 514 -56th Street -
'personnel advisory" group had been secretly Holmes Beach : i (
dictating to the county commission since soon after
I Island Star Club
the general election in November.
Clark said that the commission cannot make a
decision without the consent of this special committee. Annual LuncheonThe
Clark also said that the advisory committee had Island Star Club
been putting pressure on him and on Commissioners will have its annual luncheon -
Robert Hutches and Nate Taylor ever since the and Installation of
election.He officers at the Holmes
explained the group was appointed by J. C. Beach Yacht Club at 12:30
Garrison, chairman of the Democratic Executive p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Committee, and that the other 40 members of the Officers to be installedare
organization were never allowed to vote on the plan. Mrs. Ruth Homer,
Since November, when the group was formed president; Mrs. Gene- Maj
Clark said vieve Swartz first vice \ I II *"
secretly, they began by ram-rodding .
McClure back into the chairman's seat. Clark, as president; Mrs. Florence I \I' .
senior member of the commission in point of service, Seidler,second vice pres- 'J4 <
was expected to be chairman this year. ident; Mrs. Frances .<<
"Taylor and Hutches both told me they were Smyth, third vice presi- .- i- .. .+1
pressured by this special committee into voting dent, and Mrs. Marion
Dan (McClure) back in as chairman," Clark said. Belmont, secretary and
Clark added, "There's a difference between work- treasurer.

ing together and being used, and right now" the boardof For reservations mem- TOTAL YEAR.........-.ROUN........... COMFORT WITH
county commissioners are being used. bers of the club or of
The one big question still unanswered Is: What Eastern Star are asked to reversecycleELECTRIC
other powers or functions of the county commissionhave call either Mrs. Helene
been usurped by the Democratic Executive Swartz at 778-2722, or
Committee? Mrs. Irene Colby at 778- AIR-CONDITIONING
So, if all this controversy seems confusing to the 2387.
average reader--cheer up--it is no less confusing St. Bernard GuildA
. to Commission Chairman Dan McClure I SAFEST CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST TOOl!
Time passes only too rapidly--and McClure's term meeting of St. Bernard
of office as a commissioner expires in two more Guild will be held at 8:10
years! p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 3, Reverse-cycle central and window fuel grime, or odors. CUE A PEST,

at the Annie Silver Hall. models now cost little more than too!...the recent $10 million electric .
Good Reasons Hostesses for the meet- straight cooling units.So tht
Why ing will be members of heating rate reduction makes year-
St. Jude Circle,with Mrs. feature i$ practically a fret bonus! round electric air conditioning the

Much advice has been offered the younger set as James Blane, chairman, You save space and the extra biggest bargain ever.
reasons for keeping their individual records clean, and Mrs. Ralph Brown,
cost of heating and cool
separate So the
and clear of any offenses, which in later life mightnot Mrs. Merle Crouse, Mrs. join hundreds of thousands
be considered as merely "boyish exuberance." Carl Koehler, Mrs. DavidF. ing systems, since one compact of Floridians already enjoy

Often this advice falls to give reasons why this is Peer, Mrs. Romeo St. unit does both cools in suming this truly modern double blem-
so Important. A recently published booklet: THE Cyr and Mrs. Albert mer, warms in winter. inC.See dealer
appliance
your or
INNOCENT OFFENDER, A Young Citizen's Guide, Greiner.
by Judge Jerome M. Lasky, offers some very The next card party to be SAFEST by far...flamek and air conditioning contractor today.
practical reasons why an unsullied record is so held by the Guild will be at Cumele CLEANEST. soot
- extremely important to every young man. the Longboat Key Fire
According to the booklet (which may be ordered House on Feb. 18.

from: Young Adults Publishing Co., P. O. Box 200, Youth Sunday -tIN aoi fa F laneless. . Lur
Merrick, N. Y.), "A record of arrest follows you for

the rest of your life, wherever you may go, whateveryou Youth Sunday will be Now cheaper than ever to GO ALL-ELECTRIC
may do. A record will make it very difficult observed at the Gloria Del
--and Lutheran than to use it in combination with flame-type fuels $
In many cases impossible--to: Become an Church on Jan.
officer In any of the armed services, and even to 31. The worship service
enter certain services as an enlisted man. Obtain a will be conducted by four FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY
civil service or government job. Obtain any desirableor confirmed youth, all active HItl'llftJ IUKDLORDA
responsible job." in the church.
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Thursday, January 28, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

gilcJet Bells aHaCocizie High Twelve Club Meeting ThursdayThe
Island High Twelve Club will meet at the
Holmes Beach Yacht Club at noon,Thursday,Jan.28.
g ells Speaker at the meeting will be Mack Britt, Deputy
Insurance Commissioner, who will discuss recent
developments in the various types of Insurance, how
And HOW does your garden grow? 1 w .). the department operates, and what it does for
How brown and dry everything looks this week y 4 residents of the State of Florida.At .
after the blustery north winds of the past few days.As the meeting of the following week, Feb. 4, club
I write this, we have been fortunate enough to members Archie McFadden and Carl Bissell will
escape the killing frosts that apparently have done show colored slides of various High Twelve Club
some damage in other parts of Florida. However, A WHAT-IS-IT?(Islander Photo by R.n. R.don) activities of the past two years.

the plants and trees are showing considerable wind- If the days are too "chilly" to sit on the beach, Dr. Thomas To Speak On U. N.
burn. It's a real temptation to prune those unsightly
branches, but--refrain and desist for another coupleof why don't you find a sunny corner out of the wind The specialized agencies of the United Nations have
weeks. The Arctic may decide to send greetings and start planning where you'll put your chrysan- designated 1965 as International Cooperation Year.
again. themum plants next fall? It will soon be time to To initiate this year's program Dr. Alfred Thomasof
:... 0J. .- divide old plants, make tip cuttings, or plant new Bradenton will speak on "The Interdependence of
-... ones. Beautiful flowers in the fall are the result of Nations," at 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Art !
careful planning in. the spring.. Center in Bradenton.

-,. II' '1.. I' 1 When life's problems seem too much. Boat Given To Youth CenterThe
And troubles loom too big, Island Youth Center has been given a 28-foot
.. '1 I bend among the fragrant flowersTo Chris Craft boat, which will be given to a contributorto
/ .1" ,Ii.. gain new strength and dig.A. the Youth Center at a dance to be held at the
January and February are dry months.Most plants .. Harrington. center in April. Details about the boat may be
will need watering and new rose bushes will need a obtained at the IGA Foodllner, Parrish Realty,
See you next week. Marchand's Market, the Island Variety Store, John
good soaking at least once a week. A mulch four or
five Inches deep around rose bushes will conserve --GINNIE Kuth: Insurance, and Irene's.
moisture now and keep the ground cool later. ----
Mulches should always be placed well out from the
trunk of all plants so as not to encourage the growthof
fungus. Many plants will respond favorably to a
heavy mulch of well-rotted dairy fertilizer.Among GRAND OPENINGFEBRUARY
these plants are Easter lilies and gingers. If you
don't know someone who owns a ranch, you can buy
this in bags at garden supply or fertilizer and feed
stores. The material sold in stores is both weed and 1 thru 6 I
odor free--a definite advantage.
\

Every time I enter a supermarket,I am fascinatedby 7:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M.Betty.
the little plant starter kits.One garden magazine
offered kits of parsley, chives, and watercress.
What fun to pick your seasonings at the moment you
want to use them.Just learned a way to keep parsleyfor
a long period (two or three weeks--wash it, putit I
in a glass Jar, seal tightly, and store in the
refrigerator. The expert cooks have probably known
this for years, but it s new to me. ..\P'
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Guests at the Motels

The Islander I MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr.and Mrs.John B.Woods of Earlvllle m
An Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby .Rlsmon.Miss all Harriet of Star Rletnon.Lake.Wls.Miss Alice Jane RUmon.and Miss Mary Louise'

THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W. W.Lary of Cedar Rapid.Iowa..,
Mr. and Mrs.Cebhard Wlesof DeMotte,Ind...Mr and Mrs.J. W.Sampson
314 Pint Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida. n of Tampa.
n, 'COURT TI Mrs.J.R. Glazebrook of Anna Marla...Mr and
Mn
EDITOR....................................STEVE KIMBALL Gerald Chapman of Brave. Pa. .
ROD It REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrt.Ray Coker of Lakeland..Mr and
ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL Mrs. J. D. Muse of Atlanta...E. E. Anderson of Lake Wale...Mn
MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737,Anna Maria Florida. S.W. Woods of Bradenton...Mrs. Clara L.Bryton of Tampa.
TELEPHONE: 778-2021. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyn of Grand Rapids Mich...Mr.
and Mrt. Robert J. Broersma of Spring Lake. Mich.
f. SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.Martin Byerleyof Parker Kan.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3.50 THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potts of
per year; $2 for six months. Canada, \\OI/D., Grayling Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brian of Columbus Ohio...Mr. and
$5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: Mrs. M. Bucleso of Seaside Park N. J.. and party...Mr. and Mrs. A.J.
a 'e Le Ducer of Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Benton of Lakeland
$1 per column Inch. Discount of ten N their honeymoon. on
percent for consecutive InsertionsIf Q fit LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Robert L. McDermott of Muskegon Mich...Mr.
paid by tenth of following month /t and Mrs. Russell Poqultte of Highland Mills. N. Y...Mr and Mrs.Carl
National or agency placed advertising, 1P 4 Le Croy of Tampa....Miss Edna Puccetti and Mrs. Carolyn Machinl of
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as Saskatoon Saskatchewan...Harry Jones of Vlncennet. Ind...James C.
the Act of March 3, 1879. Drury of River Edge N.J.
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Miller of Gobies.Mich...Miss
COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPERMR. Katharine McDermott of Glen Ellyn. 111.
MANATEE ( .i HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.James Cutler of Corning.N.Y.
/ ..Mr. and Mrs. H.Sutherland of Pittsburgh..Miss Sylvia A.Cooke and
Miss Itobel Drlscall of Adrian Mich...Mr and Mrs. A.H. Barnes of
Oskaloosa, [owa...Mr. and Mrs.H.E.Clealngof Indlanapoll...Mr and
AND MRS. JAMES WALTERS of 608 Am- Mrs. A. A. Llndberg of Murrysvllle. Pa..Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Harper of
Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs.Jim Palmer of Tampa...Mr.and Mra. H.L.Hurst
bassador Lane Key Royale have had as recent ..., of Tulsa Okla...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W.Miller of Jensen Beach.
guests Mr. Walter's brother and sister-in-law, + = FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mrs. Esther Twitchell of lehigh Acres...
rM Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salo of Venice...Mr. and Mrs. P.G. Chad wiele 01Needham.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Walters of Terre Haute Ind. Mass.
MR. AND MRS. HERB SCHOT of Coopersville, BIMINI BAY: Mr.and Mrs. Harry Pile of Ottumwa Iowa for the aeason.
BEARD COTTAGE:Mr.and Mrs.John M.Maloney of Groton. N. Y.
Mich. are at the Linda Vista Apartments.MRS.
+ guests r PRINCESS MARTHA:Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davidson 0I5o V. H. WEBB of Macon Ga.,was a guest last daughter.
week at the home of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Webb of Periwinkle Plaza Anna DEEP SEA FISHING
Maria.
MR. AND MRS. JIM TEMPLIN, owners of Gulf
Park have returned to the Island for the balance of ABOARD THE ADMIRALS

the winter, after several months spent at their

summer home in Petoskey Mich., and a few weeksin TACKLE AVAILABLE-
California where they visited their son and

daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Templin, and GREAT BLUE HERON, which has become a more or LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
their two young grandsons.MR. less permanent resident of the Lake La Vista Luana
AND MRS. ROGER W. BROWN of West isles section of Anna Maria City. Stalked by staff phone 778-2726
Medford, Mass., are occupying their home on Bay photographer for several months, picture above was
Boulevard for the next few months. taken during a light rain Sunday afternoon within 200
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GILES of Holmes Beach feet of The ISLANDER office. Equipment used to take leases 7:00 a.m. from CORTEZ

returned to the Island recently from Reldsvllle, the picture was a 35 mm Exacta single lens reflex
N. C., and expect to stay here for the rest of the camera with a 300 mm telescopic lens, at a distanceof
winter. They have been in Reidsville since early approximately 100 feet. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Reasoner & Anson

last summer. ?tMut Ia Ask for .
GARBAGE PICKUPIn
Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. Telephone
( ANNA MARIA & HOLMES BEACH) ,
744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5
Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT: REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE nIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. FRESH MILK
First Can-.$2.25..Eoeh Additional Can.$1.00S
% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE: Established 1908
Tickets may b. purchas.d at B & K Hardware Shell Fuel Oil

A Phone Colt Will Bring a Representative PHONE 743-0691

The Rerouting of Highway 41
DELIVERY ON
ISLAND
422 Twelfth St. Phone 742-1431

Could Affect Your Pocketbook EVERY FRIDAY

BRADENTON Please Place Order
The Tourist Business In Manatee County has

been appraised at $20,700,000 annually, and as by
5p.m. Thursday
such, represents a large portion of our economy
which affects every Man, Woman and Child in this
Area. TRY t


Our present tax structure and scope of all our SAFE
Community Services could be impaired to a Old HOMOGENIZED IIkL

serious degree If HIGH WAY#141 Isre-routedsoas milwaukee GlADE A W iI
to by-pass Palmetto, Downtown Bradenton, and the PASTEURIZED MS5$
entrance over Green Bridge to Anna Maria Island SAVINGPALMETTO: I VitAMIN D ynAPll
and Longboat Key, as reported is being advocatedby e.e MILK JJ1I-
Downtown Groups.A .
:;=::::::::
BREWED FOR THAT
Public Hearing on this matter Is scheduled for SAVINGS
1:30 P.M., Tuesday, Feb. 2, at the County Court WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE SAfE11/i/ 'r0

House.If .
YOUR SAYINGS

you feel that the majority should not pay for the r ,
whims of a few, attend the hearing and state your FUNERAL HOMES

views, or fill in the attached coupon and mall to the w U110 From .
MANATEE TOURIST ASSOCIATION, P. O. Box S10,000
1344, Bradenton,to be attached to the Association'sbrief P:
requesting that Highway #41 be left as is, so E COaQ A
that Palmetto, Downtown Bradenton, and the
present entrance to Anna Maria Island and Long-
boat Key not be by-passed, to avoid having the Ambulance
Tourists funneled Into Sarasota,which would boost 24 HOUR Service

the economy of that county at the expense of ours.
Telephewe: 771.2111 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

SUPPORT ANNA MARIA ISLAND & MANATEE 742.1011 BRADENTONDR. FEDERAL
COUNTY BY SENDING IN THE COUPONI!

SAVINGS AND 1 LOAN D ASSN. At. .

The State Road Board CHARLES A. WEAVERCHIROPRACTOR HOME OFFICE Your Door
Highway Route #41 Hearing
60C E ghlh A* nu< PolmttlnWSStOMEOFFKI

Gentlemen: At. .

.
So that the Tourist may have an opportunity to OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE Your Store

visit with us, enjoy our beaches, see our attrac-
tions and experience the Manatee County way of
life,and in order that our economy be not impaired 778.2414
I would request that the present routing of Highway FREE PICKUP I DELIVERY
#41 through Palmetto and Downtown Bradintonbc
retained. 5500 MARINA DRIVE
Beach Bendix

Name:..........................................................
ELGIN Water Softeners and Filters LAUNDRY

Address:....,.................................................. 778-1486 ROY M. PHILLIPSBUY & DRY CLEANERS


Occupation:................................................... 7445142 THE BEST FOR LESS Call 778229SPage

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j January 28, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 I


First Meeting Of BOWLING LEAGUES -
Girl Scout Cookie SaleThe
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE P. Chapman 433 556; Pat Flanagan. 196-486).
New Cub Scout Pack Although it won only one of four D. Bower 417 Cray. Econowaah 3. bland Bank I.
1965 annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale will be points In It. match with LInen Rental J. LoClcero 414 (Frank S m all.y 236-611 Frank
launched by junior, cadette, and senior Scouts in The first meeting of Cub Service Friday evening.bland Marine P. Geyer 413 Davldaon. 177. Bill Britt 472).
Supply maintained a 5.5 point lead In B. Carter 409 laland Marine Supply 3, Bayou Marina -
Manatee County, Feb. 1 to 8. Starting on the first, Scout Pack 7 was held at the laland Mixed League atandlnga. K. Ferguson 408 1. f Hugh Holmea, 189-511; Hank
the Scouts will be taking advance orders for the Gloria Dei Lutheran High scores In the match were:PhyUla J. Connlck 400 Nlea lobedak I. 206-565).
cookies from house-to-house Chapman. 180. and Chick Chapman HIGH GAMES(MEN) LEAGUE STANDINGS
contacts, business Church on Thursday. 479.for the winner,and Jo LoCicero. H. Meyer 239 Schuchard Plumbing 33
places, and civic and service organizations. Members of the new Cub 183. and Frank Mac:. 501. for the R. Ferguaon 217 Island Marine Supply 53

Cookies sell for 50 cents per box,or $6 per case; Scout Pack are: Den 1, loaer Other acorea were Webb'. .L.F. Hanson Davidson 214 189 Bayou Tropical Marina Vista 33 47
flavors this year will include chocolate mint, Charles Armstrong, Bar- Pharmacy 4. Sand Bar 0. (Harvey A. Raamuaaen 189 Gray* Econowaah 46
butter flavored shorties, peanut butter, and fudge ry Rook, James Borden, Meyer.211-379).J39-567j Andy Raamuaaen D.P. Davidson Connlck 187 187 Bay VanOtenbrldge Area Insurance Builder 44 44
filled creme sandwiches. Matthew Borden, Peter Island Furniture Center 4,Schuchard E. Haverko 183 Webb' Uland Pharmacy 34.5
Cookie delivery by Scouts is slated to begin on Borden, Thomas Hoffman, Plumbing 0.(Roy Ferguson 217-568; B. Hottman 182 Island Bank 29
Bob Guild. 167-475). A. Raamuaaen 179 Pete Reynard'a Restaurant 26.5
Feb. 27. Cookie booths also will be set up at that Mark Sommers and James Bayou Marina 3. SerHIGH SERIES (MEN) The ISLANDER 24
time. Wuichet. Den Mothers are vice 1. (Ed Ha erko.,1l3-467) Dick A. Raamuaaen 379 Roaer Men' Club 24
Proceeds from the cookie sale will be Conntck. 187-478). R. 368 TOP TEN GAMES
used to Mrs. L. M.Cobb and Mrs Meyer 367
Dick Wagner Realty 2. B e K Hardware H. P. Smalley 236
develop a 160-acre Girl Scout campsite in Arcadia. James Borden. Greg Bor- 2. (Bud Hottman.182-304.Lloyd F. Davidson 334 R. Hayne 219
This campsite, owned free and clear by the Gulf- den is Den Chief. Hanson 189-309). L. Hanson 309 F. Smalley 209
B. Hottman 304
Anna Marla City Pier 2, Island H. Niealobedakl 206
coast Council, and paid for through previous cookie Den 2,David Bailey,John Trader 2. (Wanda MUler. 180-302; F. Moc SOl B. Guild 204
sales, will be made into a permanent camp for the VanOstenbridge, Douglas Bob Reinel.LEAGUE 176-492)STANDINGS. L.B. Miller Reinel 492 488 H.B. Ntealobedakl Thlbodeau 201 201
Girl Scouts in the Gulfcoast Council. Six and one- Deam, Aaron VanOsten- Inland Marine Supply 47.3 C. Chapman 479 A. VanOetenbrUtge 201
! half counties, Including Manatee, make up the bridge, James Lease, Webb' Island Pharmacy 42 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE R. Guild 201
Schuchard B It K HardwareDick
I Island Trader 41 Plumbing R. Haynea 197
Gulfcoast Council. and Ronald VanOsten- Anna Maria City Pier 41 Wagner Realty A.M.City Pier TOP TEN SERIES
! As an added incentive for selling cookies, each bridge. Mrs. Samuel L. Connlck' TV Service 40 Bayou Marina Linen Rental Ser. F. Smalley 611
I Girl Scout Troop that averages three cases of Bailey and Mrs. John Van- Sand Bayou Bar Marina 39 40 I.Connlck'land Mar.TV Supply Service Island Pharmacy Sand Bar R.H. Haynea Niealobedakl 582 363
cookies per girl will be given a free overnight Ostenbridge are the Den Dick Wagner Realty 38 Island Furn.Center Island Trader B. Guild 361
camping trip at the new campsite in Arcadia. Mothers, and Richard Unen Rental Service 37 8 8 N B. Thlbodeau 516
laland Furniture Center 33 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE A. Schumaker 348
Brownie Scouts, ages 7 to 9, are not allowed to Warner, Den Chief. B h K Hardware 28 Schuchard Plumbing grabbed all four C. Chapman 348
take orders for cookies, or to sell them. Junior, Den 3, David Hiscox, Ron Schuchard Plumbing 27.5 point In its Island Bowling League J. Eddowe 342
HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) match against Day Area Insurance S. Alex 341
cadette, and senior Scouts do not accept advance Bruce, Patrick Mowry, J. LoCIcero 183- Monday evening to retain its first G. Dykatra 326
payment for the cookies. Money will be collected James Glazebrook, Joe P. Chapman 180 place lead. High scores were Byron NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULEW.
Miller, 180 Arkebauer. 201. Steve Alex 541. and Schuchard Plumbing Roaer M.C.
when the deliveries are made. Webb, Dennis Mowry, and P. Hottman 173 Art Schumaker 196-548. Cri/a tconowMh: Bayou Marina
Randy Pierce. Mrs. J. D. B. Carter 170 Other scores Tropical Vista 4,Pete Island Marine Supply Tropical Vista
THOMAS J. POWELL R. Haverko 169 Reynard'. Restaurant 0. (Roger SLANDER: VinOitcnbrldge
Webb and Mrs. Earl M. D. Bower 163 Haynes. 219-312; Bob Judaon. 167 Bay Area Insurance: Island Pharmacy
THOMAS J. POWELL 70, of 5400 Gulf Drive, Mowry are Den Mothers, W. Miller 162 484)). 'Island Bank Pete. Reynard'
Holmes Beach died at his residence W. Miller 160 VanOtenbrld Builders 4. Roer
Friday, Jan. and Del Bower is the Den D. Bower 136 Men' Club 0.(Aaron VanOiienbrliige, BOWLING DRIFTS
22. Born in Lafayette County, Mo., he moved to Chief. HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) 201, Chick Chapman 548| Russell Our congratulations this week to
Bradenton from Shenandoah, Iowa, in 1958, and Mel Akins, vicechairman W. Miller 302 Guild 201-323). Frank Smatley for a fine 236 game,
P. Hottman 439 Webb'a Island Pharmacy 3, The and a 618 ..rl.l. Plus all those who
moved to Holmes Beach from Bradenton in September of the Manatee R. Haverko 439 ISLANDER 1. (Bill Thlbod au. 201. had 200 plum game
1964. He was a retired administrator for the District, presented the
United States Department of Agriculture, Soil pack's charter to the Rev. Subscribe to The Islander

Conservation Service.Mr. Lester M. Utz, Institu-
Powell was a veteran of the U. S. Army in tional representative of BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
World War I; a member of Kirby Stewart Post 24, the Christian Education Houses *uite"'lo for III end Licensed Electrlcel
American Legion, Bradenton; the National Associa- Committee of the church. clime t I e end condition Contractor
tion of Retired Civil Service Employees; the Membership cards were Remodeling. Addition & Cull D.Iv..t Pine. ) Avenue

Bradenton Country Club, and Mt. Hope Lodge 476, presented to the Cubs, IC Reoelrt.earlmotea Trustworthy,I..."". PHONESi L. (ROY)Day FERGUSON 771.2143 I
AF&AM, Odessa, Mo. and to the members of the NORMAN ROSEDALE Night' 77.2059
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Goldina Powell of pack committee, and to Anne Mario 771-1410

Holmes Beach, and two brothers, Robert G. Powell the Pack's supervisors.Bob .
and Edwin J. Powell, both of Odessa, Mo. Cat Pins were givento
Funeral services at Griffith-Cline Island Chapel mothers to pin on their Your (largest 'Investment la your house and lot
held with the N... your auto, or ring or two you have. bought.
were Monday morning, Rev. RichardK. Cub Scout sons; and plans
Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Community for an observance of Boy Now good protection I Is your greotett need
Lot u* your Insurance review' no coat to you, to". h..dl I ITlit
Church, officiating. Burial in Skyway Memorial Scout Week were dis- FLAGSTONES

Gardens. cussed. (Islander Photo by Redon) hi... l.siriKt A..e

DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH Post Office Plaza Anna Maria
-.. 1IIdlia. j D't'llt4dC'
!
The FOR Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969 '
Gulf Park
All Modem MOBILE HOMES BUILDERAnna

'''.QI. lee** leer I.". Ace.,4.'..., fer Tril k.s I' le \\' ,oQ e i ':&f.tf Salts

tKtfolvn HH IMHekoaiJ '<
Open .11! day o .......oopolntmont* desired, but not

HEADQUARTERS always ...co...,. Evening ey appointment only.I

CIBISCUS! Palms Trees .CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS'
DOTTIE-.JOYC!..VELMA
Pm PLANTING
All Senior; Operator*

hDlrCt1 PHELPS NURSERY Pine A... .. Croacont, Anne M.... Tol. 771-2311 ,
joy Pine Avc., Anna Maria City



FOODLINERQuality

YACHT CLUB RESTAURANT '

'Infl' & Variety

eock .L ou cge
IGA ToolaRlia Heavy Wetter* Beet-Round Stool Pull
Round Stook-PMll Cut-La......... 79*
Sirloin SfeeV-Lk......................99,
LEAN TENDER CUBE SfEAKS .........................W,
i Graft FLORIDA CRYSTAL SUGAR-t ./ f S order..S Lk....... 3 f,
SCOTT TOWELS-Ls.r. R.II..r.ch........................... W<
California Wear GIANT TIDE I ./ $3 0,...-Eo COMET I CLEANER-Reg. Slio-2 For......................... 29*
TABLE TREAT MA YON..AISE..Q............................. 49*
Cabin BoysBerada IGA FRUIT COCKTAIL ((303.2 Per.......................... 49,


ta 1 ShortsTops REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE

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CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1925

to Match ,

FAMOUS SALAD BAR 'Ba 1It4'WIa.i 'I"e-

EVOLVING Floral Houses Anna Maria 778-2423 .-.&

Sizzling Steaks to Match /f' "Where The Boats Are" r)

\ TilE/ MOS' COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING
Sea Food
CKNThR: IN MANATEE COUNTY

"t I'I A Maine Lobster Sanforized-Plus ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES-LOW-

yellow JANUAAYHIGH-
......t GraffSailora 21 Th"r .t33. 2.0 --- ,.46 em .0.4 ----
r 27 Frl 9:70p'.2.04.31.0.S'----II--
7k 1fI de 1fUlta World Famous 30 Sal 1 1iU **> 1.1 I IfrOJo- 2.1 Scot .0.' 3.12p- 1.0
IUJ 31 S210S pw 1.1 101<< p. 2.1 SCO .0.!5 3.57pm 1.0

We Cater to Panics: Wedding, Banquets Green 100% Cotton FEBRUARY 1 Mon 2.01 pm 1.0 I Ili27 t p.. 2.1 4.10 ew .o.S ...1 ,.. 0.9

2 T... liS3p+ 1.1 III" p- 2.1 4.380.5 5124pm 0.'
HOIMIS BEACH flORIDA Sailcloth 7.04 0.4 4.14pm 0.7
3 *.. 2.0SP- I.I ------------- mm
4 Tkw. I2t40o 2.0 2i24 p. '.J 7i33 0.3 7.01pm 0.4
Phoit 778-2551 Post Office Plax ,.,Cert..d Bradanton B.. tld.
,raiding, and ... k*.r and sl.! ..(.* ** low tldo ,..........

ANNA MARIA ISLAND Anna Maria City /curve..JIJILThursday Suft famUiAtit na cCJ..I-/rr..lA Anna Muriu /sGtsi PCMnSj







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6 THE ISLANDER _Thursday, January 28, 1965


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Episcopal Vestrymen Elected

OP ELECTION Elected to the Vestry of the Church of The
BERNARD MISSION The Ciiy of Anna Math Florida, w 1 .
.
will bold in election on Tuesdsy. Annunciation, at the recent annual meeting of the
CATHOLIC)
( February 9. 1963, to elect two City church, were: Ed Lee, B. C. Boothe, George Tuttle
Re.. Frond F. WelsmUler Commissioner
FRANCES V.MAXON and Ed Winsor.
MASS SUNDAY >. .1S & 10130
r
WEEKDAYS a on 1/7.14,21 City It 2863REGISTRATION Clerk At an organizational meeting which followed,
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm E. C. Kavanaugh Jr. was elected senior warden;
ROSARY & BENEDICTION-
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm OP VOTERSThe Ed Lee, junior warden; E. B. Winsor, secretary,

Harvey Manorial ChurchN.nDenominotione of Anna Registration Marl. Florida Books,are of open the City and and Mrs. Virginia Dunham, treasurer. Key Man,

( I) will remain open until 12 noon.February and head of Episcopal Churchmen: E. B. Winsor.
Bradentee B..chR. 4. 1965. All voters are required
.. A. W. Sisuss to register. Anyone registered prior Roser Seminar For Parents'A
SUNDAY to May 15. 1964 will not be eligible
9ll5 am Sunday School vote. Residents may register at the seminar for parents will be held at 10 a.m.,
402 Pine from
City Office. Avenue
10(30 am Worship Service 9:00 A.M.until noon. Monday through Sunday, Jan. 31, at Roser Memorial Community

QttistlsM ScU.. Sarvlc Friday. Church under the sponsorship of the Board of Brite"
,
A. ... CaeMMmlty Howe FRANCES V.MAXON New "Betty dry cleaning plant at 5340 Gulf
City Clerk Religious Education. Mrs. Richard Poe will presentthe Drive, opposite the Island Shopping Center. Plant is

SUNDAY 9iOO M Sunday Service 1/7. 14. 21 1 M. '6S curriculum for the semester. All parents of now open for business, but will feature a "grand

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH UNCLASSIFIEDadvance the church are invited and urged to attend. opening" Monday through Friday, Feb. 1-6, with free

..... Lee netlill Pester .ptymnt required Gloria Del Congregational MeetingThe coffee and doughnut holes all week. Manager of the

FRIDAYS I Ifcut-IUDO-aoy minimum plant is Thomas D. Bard, now residing temporarily
3100 pm Jr. GA annual of the Gloria Dei Lutheran
meeting
Siesta
7(30 pm Deacons' Meeting on Key. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SUNDAYS FOR SALE: Slightly used FlrmUne Church congregation will be held at the Island
Exerclaer. Moving, will sacrifice.
lOiOO BUS am am Sunday Worship School S.rvlce Cost SI80.. will sell for t5.778-1213t School cafeteria at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 31. A Lutheran Church Women To Meet
Concord Choir SWEDISH MASSAGE: Gloria Christensen covered dish will be served at the
Sl30 openingof
pm R.M.. 233-!SIII St. Holmes supper The monthly meeting of the Lutheran Church
Sl30 7i30 pm pm Youth Worship FellowshipUONDAYl Service Beach. By appolntment--77. the meeting. Each family Is asked to take a Women of Gloria Del Lutheran Church will be heldat
"
yf 4NTo PiT?! *1 Y* **i *- cooing. covered dish and table for hot
service. Paper
9iOO am WtlU E.. Comm. ....t. Cold Currency, or Foreign Coins of cups 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4, in the parish hall of
10:00 am WUU General Meeting any Country, or old Medal. Tokens and cold drinks, napkins and coffee will be provided. the church. After a brief business session, Mrs.

7130 pm Bible Study etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403 John H. Deam of Holmes Beach will the
TUESDAY 14th St. W.. Br. enton. Ph.747-2316. Episcopal Food Festival Feb. 12 "speak on
7iOO pm Church Choir FOR SALE Good used furniture. subject of "Missionaries In Medicine.

WEDNESDAY 4lOO InUrmedlata CA Call 778-2577. The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The All circles of the Lutheran Church Women will meet
pm PLUMBING REPAIRS. PAINTING.
7iOO pm Prayer ....Un9 Carpenter Work Maintenance. Annunciation are preparing for their seventh annual on Thursday, Feb. 11: Ruth Circle, 10 a.m.,home of

7iOO pm RA Bible, Sunbeams17i30 Study Licensed on Island. Tel. 746-5941. Food Festival. It will be held at the parish house of Mrs. Edward Swartz; Esther Circle, 1 p.m., home of
pm ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Thousands -
THURSDAYS of Item available. Call: J. G. the church, starting at 11 a.m., Friday, Feb. 12, and Mrs. Earle Cromer and a new circle, to meet at

7(30 pm Bible Study McDonald at 778-1191 at your conven- will continue until sold out. Mrs. Robert Moses will 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Nellie Bergstresser of
R... M....1.1 l CltwchN..D..I..I..I ience to show you the latest specialties serve as chairman of the event.
( ) In your field of business. Absolutely Gulf Drive, Anna Maria.
NO Pressure
R... Richard K. Wig,i.. YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -

Peeler : MOWING TRIMMING, Island Air Taxi Service WHAT A SHAME we can't take a "before"and
THURSDAYllOiOO EDGING. FLOORS CLEANEDPOLISHED.
am Croup 4, Workshop WINDOWS WASHED OILED. "after" picture of your car's feelings
3:00 pm Roser Choristers PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus
4100 pm Cantus Choir REASONABLE RATES.-References. when Its motor has been tuned by Dex.
7:30 pm Senior Choir KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 CALL Certainly would be recorded proof of Its Inner
SUNDAYS:30 pm ".n'. Chorus -after_4:30 Pi{. 210- ST.. Ham, contentment.
WANTED: Rent with Option to
9:00 am Worship Service 778.3132Holmes
Buy--2 or 3 Bedroom Home on the z
10:00 School
am Sunday
JiUnd.Phone 778-1608.
tills am Worship Service vt eco
FOR SALE: 16-fl. boat with Inboard
MONDAYS 7:00 pm Youth Fellowship engine--$123. Can be seen at Anchor Beach Air Strip \ft)

9:30 am Deacon.....' Meeting Boat Basin.WILL. .
EXCHANGE! Lovely 3-BH
at Miss Edith Oiborne'
10:00 am Croup S at Miss Tuttle's home (5 years old) in Brsdenton's HOWELL AIR INC. Blue Wave Service StationCall
7:00 pm Bay Seoul Troop 7 nicest section: for property on the
TUESDAY -water Call 742-0073._
9:30 am Croup 4, Mrs. G. G. ALTERATIONS 011 a kind.0(Clotb- 457.62nd St. HOLMES BEACH 778-1115 Bradenton Beach
Stevens' Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs.
6:30 pm Couple's Club !Prink Beard. Phone 778-U31.
-
WEDNESDAYS LOTS FOR SALE: 99 ft. on Canal.
7:30 pm Church Council Meeting 72nd St.--$4.000: Bimini Bay Lots
Church of The Annunciation priced for quick sale Gulf Front
$10,000 77th St. Canal $4,000; 73th
(Episcopal) St. Canal $3,500; 73rd St.. 3000.
Rov. Gerald K. Lowe, Rector JN. B. PROTHERO Reg. Real Estate W* arehappy
.$t ksr. U6-81st Street._778-2534.
THURSDAY BOTTLES FOR SALE: North of .
9lOO am Holy Eucharist4th Ellenton on 301 to Victory Camp--
SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANYl turn left. 1/4 mile In. See Sign JohnW.
8:00 am Holy Eueharlil10i30 MlUlniton Coin k Stamp Shop or ume-uy
am Family Eucharist &
write at Ellenton. Fla.
Sermon Church School
NOW OPEN: Cortex Outboard Ser- to
Gloria Del Lutheran Church vice 8700 Cones Road.We specializeIn announc
Rev. Latter M. Utz. Pastor repair and complete rebuilding of on our convenient
Evlnrude,Johnson, and Gale Products
.SUNDAY outboard motors. Two Mechanics with
9:1 Sam Sunday School over 30 years' experience. Factory
10:30 am Worship Service trained. Lateat factory
approved
11130 am Choir Rehearsal epe- we
clal tools and Equipment. Dave Laros
Len.best Ulan Chaswl "and Earl Johnson. TIME rAYM NT
(MO-tf-.l) FOR SALE; S large rooms, bath. -
good condition reasonable. 305-35th now PLAN
FRIDAY S Ph. 778-1402.
10:00 am Prayer Group FOR SALE! C. E. Mobile Maid
SATURDAY Portable Dishwasher.Like N.w--$80.
2:00 pm Choir Rehearsal 307 Sorlia Avenue. Anna Maria. have
SUNDAYS FOR SALE: Portable Kenmore wing -
9:15 am Sunday School Machine In good condition. $20.
9:30: am Adult Bible Class
Phone
778-1773.
11100 am Worship Service &


Sermon ATTEND For the Holmes Beach FRIGIDAIRE (Golden Opportunity Days]


THE CHURCHOF Police, Call 746.7121

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GET OUR Ti1''

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Island Residents or Businessmen who are '

interested In the establishment of a private iiT'i

golf and country club on Key Royale may have /l It; by FRIGIDAIRE

the printed matter available on the subject by

calling 778-1917 or stopping at the SKIPPER cooks as good as it looks!

MODEL HOME on Royale.
Key
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LOAN ASSOCIATION Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer


CORTEZ PLAZA 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267




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January 28, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7


Li S LAND REAL ESTATE j jv

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v Ii WIDOW MUST SELL George Wagner-REALTY Island Home Wanted

Itlond Shopping Center INTERESTED IN BUYING:Modern 3 BR Homeon
:2 BR the Island--located on a canal,or with boat
Front Home
a Bay PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA privileges. We will be on the Island after
c...C.W.gn.,. FUfl B".rAU. Feb. 3, 1965. Please address all replies to
Furnished. .. .
t Pik(Aioci tTODAY'S William Borosch, Gen.Delivery,Anna Maria.

ONLY $13,000
BEST BUY
??CAN YOU AFFORD IT???
DICK WAGNER Realty BRAND NEW HOME: 2 BR; 2 BATHS;
AIR-CONDITIONED; CENTRAL HEAT; If you CAN afford It--LooK at Itl!If you can't
LARGE SEA WALLED CANAL LOT; Fully afford It--DON'T LOOKI! It will spoil your
Phone 778.2663 LANDSCAPED. ALL THIS FOR ONLY taste for anything else. House and furniturecost
2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach $15,900. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS! 11 YOU $34,330, and will sell for ONLY$30,500,
CAN HAVE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. in better-than-new condition. Twobedroomcanal
front home, with excellent seawall and
PARRISH REALTY dock; double garage. Too many extras to list.
Excellent Buy in :2 BR 2 Bath
RALPH H. FAMISH Mt,. PEGGYHASSII' MOORS AmcwMPost JOHN B. PROTHERO

Waterfront Home Office Plo>.. Anna Maria Ph...: 778-1902 Rtglsttrtd Rial Est... Irtktr-Sdis I Rtitals

With Central Air Cond. 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

& Heat Control ff SPECIAL _

IMMEDIATE POSSESSIONSEE BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being Hey, YouWanna -
offered with low down payment and reasonable
IIV Buy a Lot
monthly terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTS! ,

SEASIDE GARDENS Shown by AppointmentIN Cheap?

ANNA MARIA ::::!( Cheap?

JACK HOLMES, Realtor Cheap?
High Canal Lots.$2,700 ea
HERE'S YOUR CHANCEl! Nice & Wide((75ft.)
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DIIVE 5% Discount for CashHlSSilMt in Tip-Top Neighborhood--Boat Docking
Rights Included. Paving Paid.
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
GlI1n
47, Just $2,000

WANT SECLUSION? I I f Rtilttr JACK MARSHALL RtilUr
m Fran Maxon, AssociateINA *

QUIET SECLUDED HOMESITEonupper WILDING PHONE TTt-llil/. MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Palma Sola Bay on Mainland. f\\(!\ L{. ANNA MAHIA. FLORIDAfi

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

View of Water, 142 feet on Bay, well I ii':::
over 200 deep. Reduced to $12,500! ,1m\ 11 BUILD A BRIDGE

Dpn't' Miss This! : '
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7702 Gtlf Drlvt, HtlMts Inch 771-1151 j J

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HONESTLY. .

We believe this Is the best buy ever TO RETIREMENT
offered on KEY ROYALE. We own this f
beautiful new home ourselves and are willingto
sell it for $3,200 down, NO CLOSING
COSTS, monthly payments of $112, including
principal and interest. WilY RENT ANY n>... eM .. ".. .e..Ie..."
LONGER? We are also willing to sell this
home for $19,900 cash. fMff .. .... ... "..... ..d ..Nf
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This home is on a corner lot.

It has access to a community well for
free lawn sprinkling. y.
Best of' all..
It is in the finest of neighborhoods.It someone tU

has Bahama styling, a circular driveway s., dots th.world!
two-car garage, two bedrooms, two
baths, den, huge kitchen, complete with
1-
lawn and landscaping.It -r _
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is one-half block from boat basin.It "
r A residential apartment sms tr t
is the fifth house on the left after you can b. a weekend
cross over the bridge to Key Royale. .
retreat or a vacation

OPEN DAILY. home now..a full time
DROPSY VISIT OUR MODELS. experience in good

OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living lattr.



5400 Gulf Drive

Condominium Apartments

"on the Gulf of Mexico"
Presented by


Loo ciiiruoi non cm TIOn
CALL Mr. ADAMS of KEY ROYALE

HOMES for more information I.. Ciklt, Silts Hiifftr

778-1917 P.O. lei 1152, Helens I..c., Fltrldt' Ttltphtit 77IU11iuroday





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r ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER HOLMES BEACH I
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OUR STAFFS 778-1380 UI\MI .ttJt Ipe
Mar Hou.nst.In Wnlfrd| David Gul.Cluck....* Ro....,Hortr HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER DON'T JUST THINK ABOUT"

HEARTS and FLOWERS
: WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
SALE Do Something About It Now!!!

LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Call 7781472ALL WE HAVE--- *..*

TYPES BABY FURNITURE- 1/4 OFFon Cards-Party Goods-Bridge Fixin's-
Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows Perfume-Jewelry-Permanent FlowersNo
BEACH EQUIPMENT-- Problems When You Visit JJsIll'tIf
t 214-54th Street Holmes Beach Livingroom-Dinette-Patio And We &
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& Bedroom Furnishings .. Gift & Mail I Wrap Free
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE fiddly Lending Library
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RETURNED FROM DISPLAYAT -(' 1 ? J* 'TW M. o.flc""
I Phone 778-1771 Days ,,'X 7 _..
MODEL APARTMENT
STANDARD 778-1440 Nights

OIL/ HOLMES BEACH LIKE NEW 6 k4

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic

NEW and USED CARS PHONE 778-1019 .


POLISH YOUR OWN Il/I
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THE WORLD OVER
Rocks-Coins-Shell Casings
PHILCOAudio Fishing Spoons ,
Requires No Special Skill.Fun To Do

CenterTHE We Have The Original
to keep you fashion-right wherever you go
Thurnl r's Tumbler Wmdirfully wrinklt-rtsistiiit Cimfirfellc to wew"Packable"
ISLAND'SMost fir Umliitf Drips dry quickly

( 6# Capacity for $19.95
Complete Stock (I 2
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TV RADIOS ..
F ,of Y" dam eHOBBY Seed t* 20

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Away rHtM 778.1161
RESTAURANTOPEN Plan
: ISLAND TV 778-1703 s-.4r rucww..."rwc",1&1......eA
7 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
Breakfast 7 to 11
'( Lunch 11:30 to 2 CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
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-FOR SALE- Dinner 5 to 8

Holmes Beach Shopping Center HANDY DANDYOPEN
2 LOTS WITH 2 BR HOME

2 CAR GARAGE & 1 BR APARTMENTFor ISLAND BAKERY
7 A.M.-9 P.M.

Income Rental Your Favorite Bread EVERY DAY

Close to Beach & ShoppingON Baked Daily ISLAND
I SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
BUS LINE DECORATED CAKES -

$10,500Call for For All Occasions Call 778-2012

PHONE 778-2616 e sad
Owner at 778-1131 Plumbing Contractor

5306 Holmes Boulevard

Telephone 778-2022 NationwideMotor Plumbing Fixtures SupplicPumpv Rl'f1Jlf\


ClubWe lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
At
HLACH ONF-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

have always offered "the best" from this WALKER'S PRIVATE CELLAR
agency and this is why we secured a Nationwide Bottled in Bond sths 3 for $11.65
Motor Club Dealership and became affiliated
your GUCKENHEIMER GIN Sths 3 for
with the Nationwide Motorist Association. Thisis $8.80
a national organization and is dedicated to
PHILADELPHIA "BLEND"5ths
"safety and service"for America's motorists.
3 for $9.75

servicelMANATEE Protects You IMPORTED SCOTCH 5th $4.49

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Anywhere Crcmc de Mcnthc
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>- 5intI 52.99
COUNTY WATER ( Apricot

COMPANY, INC. BLENDS BOURBONS WINES
MIXES BEER
778-1697 7781548closed
Business Office PHONE 778-2023
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida Saturday at noon RON FREE DELIVERYJ ERRY