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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: February 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Goody\j y Y


No. 691 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY of, 1965 QVP TEN CENTS


President Ray Turner TalksTo Legislative Hearing SaturdaySponsored I

Local Chamber
MeetingRaymond by State Senator Ed H. Price Jr. and

Turner, new president of the Manatee Representative Wilbur Boyd,the third In the current
County Chamber of Commerce, told last week's series of Legislative Public Hearings will be held at
meeting of the Island Division of the County the Island School Auditorium, at 9 a.m., Saturday,
Chamber, "the only thing wrong with Manatee Feb. 6.Both.
County Is the attitude of the people." He went Price and Boyd have urged all residents to
on to say that the county should delevop leader- attend the hearings, and If they wish, to make their
ship from among the younger men to carryon opinions known on proposed new legislation.
the work of the chamber.
Turner also said the beaches are the county's Power Squadron Piloting Course
greatest attraction, and that with "us all working I
together, we have a real opportunity here." Some Interest has been expressed in having the
Steve Doychek, publicity director for the chamber, Island Power Squadron conduct a class in Piloting :
assured the group of the full cooperation of the during July and August. U as many as 30 or 35 ;
H. E. GENE COX THOMAS
C. McKAY
county chamber. He urged everyone to attend the persons want to take the course, the classes can be I
chamber's annual dinner, which will be served at held at the air-conditioned Island School auditorium. I
the Bradenton Auditorium Thursday evening, No charge Is made for the course except for the 1
Feb. 11. Doychek emphasized that the dinner was 1 books and materials used. Further information can
not just for chamber members, but for everyone be obtained by calling Dave Boozer .at 778-1548. I

Interested.The Island Tickets Division are adopted$3.75 each.proposals aimed at L Anna Maria Election Tuesday ,

Immediate and long range procedures to divert
tourists to the beaches. For an Immediate step, Names of four candidates will appear on the
plans were made to erect signs wherever possible, JI ballot for the city election in Anna Maria, Tuesday,
stressing the word "BEACHES." Feb. 9. Two candidates will be elected to serve
To carry out a long range program toward the !: \ two-year terms on the city commission. The four
same end, a committee was appointed to Investigatethe are Incumbent commissioners Tom McKay and
matter. Committee members are Division H. E. Gene Cox; Edward 0. "Ned" Leigh, and
President A. L. Bill Genung Ralph Parrish, Dick former Commissioner Arthur C. Hansen.
Wagner and Roy Marchand. Turner said favored -I McKay is a former co-owner of the Bayou
neon-lighted signs pointing to the beaches. The Marina, and a director of the Island Bank.He livedin
committee will make a report to the county chamber, Lakeland, where he has extensive business '
which in turn will seek funds from the county EDWARD "NED" LEIGH ARTHUR C. HANSEN Interests, until he moved to the Island about nine ;
commission, Inasmuch as it was fait they would years ago. He is married and has one daughter, a I
benefit the entire county.As student at the University of Florida. He was elected ;
part of the long range program, it was Anna Maria North Loop to the commission last year for a one-year term. J
suggested the county chamber's road and bridge Cox was elected a commissioner at a special !
committee should study and recommend to the Road To Be Rebuilt election in July, 1964, to'fill the unexpired term of ;
Department of the Interior that an extension of Harvey G. Meyer, when the latter was elected
U. S. 19 be continued as a scenic route which could Rebuilding the "north loop" road in Anna Maria mayor. A native of Mt. Olive, N. C., Cox hat livedin
cross the river via the Green Bridge, turn weston ,has become one of the cityrs top priority projects. Florida about nine years, the past six In Anna
.ti Manatee Avenue to the Island, and thence south The city commission, ar Its meeting Monday evening, Maria..H. !. married,has a son, and two daughters,
via Longboat Key to Sarasota. voted a resolution asking the Manatee County Com- all married. He la a retired Army Reserve colonel, I
Pete Reynard proposed that all waitresses and mission to include the road In Its secondary road and also is retired from Federal Civil Service. \\1 i
other persons who have direct contact with the program, so it could be maintained by the State He maintains an office as a Realtor and real r'I
visiting public wear special plastic badges, and be Road Department. estate appraiser. i II
prepared to call to the attention of visitors, events Mayor Harvey G. Meyer reported at the meetingthat Leigh, formerly a resident of Lakeland, has beena I
and places of special Interest in the area. he and other city officials had discussed the permanent resident of tho Island for a year, now J
Dr. John Deam, president of the Manatee County road with Vincent Nucclo of the State Road Board. living in a home here which he has owned for several
Branch of the Suncoast Heart Association,announced Vice Mayor Robert Moses said he and CommissionerTom (Continued on Page 2))
that February is Heart Month. A suggestion was McKay also had discussed the road with
made that the Island Division sponsor some special members of the Manatee County Commission, and Some Phone Rates ReducedGeneral
money-raising event to benefit the fund, with the that the county" commission "seem to favor acceptingthe
possibility of a fish fry considered. road. Telephone Company of Florida recently
Howard Adams suggested the division write a Meyer said that If the county did accept the road, announced reduced rates on long distance calls.
letter to the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen, the state would then rebuild It. Cost of the project The changes Involve only station-to-station calls
stating the chamber favors retention of the Holmes would come from the county's secondary road budget.If out of the state.
Beach airstrip, and asking that nothing be done to not accepted by the county Meyer said, the city George Rose, traffic director for the company,
impare the use of the strip for flying. will have to rebuild the road. "It will have to be explained the rate reductions, saying that the main
done one way or another." fact which will interest callers is that the night,
Holmes Beach Court Fines Ordinance 272 was passed at Its second reading.It or "after 9" rate is now cut back to "after 8", and
amends previous zoning ordinances, and limits also will be In effect all day Sunday. He emphasizedthat
Violator $500, Jail SentenceRalph the percentage of a lot on which a building can be this change is only for statlon-to-statlon callsto
erected. areas outside Florida.
Wickham Jones, 71, of 101 -81st Street Commissioner Gene Cox will attend the legislative Another change, according to Rose, Is that the
Holmes Beach, last week was fined $500 and meeting of the Florida League of Municipalities, to evening rates, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., also are
ten days in jail In the Holmes Beach City Court. be held In Orlando Feb. 14-16. reduced. In addition, the evening rates will be in
Jones was charged by Police Chief W. H. Snooks Commissioner Mra. Alma Haynes said she under- effect all day Saturday.
Adams with driving while his license was revokedfor stood the city trash pickup Is intended to help beautifythe "For Htatlon-to-Mtatlon calls, there are three
a previous DWI conviction. Jones had been city, but that some residents start piling trash rate groups," Rose said. "Hint, the DAY rate
released under a $500 cash bond. beside the highways Immediately after pickup. from 4:40 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
When he appeared at the court, Jones refused to City Clerk Mrs. Frances Maxon reported cash on The second group la the EVENING claaa, or cIlia .
be sworn as a witness, and said he wanted to hand of $30,076. Hills totaling. $1,053 were approvedfor (Continued on Page 5))
plead "Not guilty." He objected several times payment.
Howard Scott of Holmes Beach has
during Adams' testimony, and when Mayor Elmer been engagedby I
G. Twist, who presided over the court,asked Jonesif the city as building and plumbing Inspector, and HOLMES BEACH CITIZENSIf
supervisor of public works, at a monthly salary of
he had a driver's license, he refused to answer.
Scott held similar you have NOT registered or -
Mayor Twist read into the record provisions of $150. previously a position in reregistered
the Statutes which provide for a fine and Imprisonment Holmes Beach.Ed since last March ((1964)), you
Deane of Bradenton .a of the
,
representative (
and then set the fine and jail sentence.
DeSoto Celebration Committee, told the commission MUST register by March 5 In order to
Because Jones had already spent eight days In Jail '
Twist suspended the two remaining days. Jones (Continued on Page 2) vote in the March 9 city election.

said he would appeal the decision.
The following day on Friday, Jan. 29, Adams
again arrested Jones and charged him with reckless
driving and driving while his license was suspended. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
He was held at Manatee County Jail under a $600 .
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bond $100 on the first charge, and $500 on the T.... .
second charge. .
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Joyce Nevins of Holmes Beach was charged with mm M*** 4 f... HIGh'
permitting her dog to bark, thus causing a public
nuisance. She was advised she could have counsel, Jan. 26--64 70 68 76 66 .2
and the hearing was continued until Thursday, ,y Jan. 27--62 70 58 73 67 None
Feb. 4.Mrs. Jan. 28-50 68 64 69 62 None
Barbara Art charged with violation of the Jan. 29.64 60 68 62 None
city dog ordinance permitting her dog to run at Jan. 30-63 74 66 78 62 None
large, was fined $25. with the fine suspended. She Recent picture of Holmes Beach Yacht. Basin a. the Jan. 31--52 56 46 62 60 None
explained she had tried to comply, but the dog construction work on the facility nears completion. Feb. 1--46 68 68 74 60 None
had broken loose. (ISLANDER PHOTO)



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page 2 THE ISLANDER February 4,


Decision On Permit 'Soon1 QtJ %iloe Hells and

,
s ease .
A decision on a permit for a proposed store by THE EDITORA Cockle S'ltells
building at the south end of the Holmes Beach air-

strip has been promised by the board of aldermen, few days remarks in the "Over Coffee"
ago
And HOW does
"within weeks. your garden
the
two aroused
column in the St. Petersburg Times groW?
At a regular meeting of the board Tuesday evening, ire of Island residents. The fact that Bob
a Sarasota attorney, representing the purchaser of many who wrote the column, was merely Do your evergreens need reshaping after the
Henderson
the site for the proposed store, said he was bits he had overheard in a barber holidays (and do you)? If you prune during the early

"grieved" that the city had not already acted to shop quoting, mattered some not at all. From then on, the points part of this month, before the sap begins to rise,
isste the for the inasmuch the the spring growth will quickly cover the
permit building, as remembered would be the remarks themselves.And pruned area.

application and accompanying plans were in good while Henderson, an able newsman and writer,
order. The board, the mayor and the city attorney was perfectly in line in writing his quotes, the 1
will meet soon to discuss the matter. perhaps, to lose a
served no purpose, except
quotes
Mayor Elmer G. Twist said the reason no action few Island customers for the Times.
had been taken on Issuing the permit was the -.-

"ground swell" of objections to the proposed store After announcing the existence of its "personnel
by residents and visitors. A number of letters have advisory committee" following its exposure in a

been received by the city, all in opposition to the news story, and defending its purpose and value

erection of any building which might Interfere with for several days, the county commission last week

use of the airstrip.The reportedly "regretfully decided to terminate the
purchaser of the property, not identified by consultations concerning county employment."

name, said he "questioned the accuracy of some Does that mean the committee will really be
of the scientific data submitted in the
objecting to has underground?
disbanded, or merely that it gone
building. He also said the board was taking an And in view of the fact It had little to say about

arbitrary, rather than a factual approach" to the formation of the committee, does it really have ', :
matter of issuing the permit. committee was 1
authority to disband it? And if the
Progress on the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin was the commission
performing as valuable a service as
discussed. The bid of Bennett Marine ConstructionCo.
claimed, why disband it?
of Sarasota, to complete the work on the basin -.-

was accepted. Cost of the balance of the work will GOOD CUSTOMER RELATIONS. A check in
be $832. A sidewalk, to be built along the west side the Manatee "'
the amount of $100 has been received by rTTr
of the basin Marina Drive will be Installed
along of : _
High School choral groups from the promoters .c
"
after the fill has had a longer time to settle.A .
the Airstream Rally which was held at the south
schedule of regulations and charges for the use Freddie Varley is responsible for the
end of the Island a couple of weeks ago. The above
of the new yacht basin facilities was tentatively check--unsolicited of course--was In appreciationof picture of the Pandanus (Screw pine),a magnificent

approved by the board of aldermen.An the concert given the visiting rallyltes by the specimen plant which she says"grows smack on the
Increase of $20 per month to Police ChiefW. and will take
Manatee High Concert Choir. Gulf a good deal of salt The
H. Adams for use of his car was approved by -0- only damage Is the browning of the frond tips.spray. It is

the board. The Island and Mrs. Bernice Birkman were men- seldom that we find a palm tree which will survive
The board also approved the mayor's request that tioned in the "Light Touch" column by Paul Light, this hazardous location. This ten-foot tree was ten
the new city sign ordinance be published in Its
in in the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press.Mrs. Birkman, inches high when Norman Reasoner gave it to her
The ISLANDER.
entirety
an Island correspondent for some daily paper in this ten years ago. (She runs in tens).
Bills totaling $1,988 were approved for payment. .
area (the name of which escapes us at the moment)
Mayor Twist announced the city election, to be
held wrote "Paul Light," concerning a previous item of Mrs. Myrtle Marley, who lives on Sycamore
on Tuesday, Mar. 9.
The next meeting of the board will be on Feb. 16. his. (The Paul Light is derived, we understand, from Avenue in Anna Maria, called to say she had the
"St. Paulite"). The writer, referring to Mrs. Birk- same problems as I with a shipment of chrysanthemum -

man, said In part: "She lives on Anna Maria Islandin plants. To solve the problem, her sister In
Islander
Democratic OfficialEllen
Tampa Bay, which has seven miles of Gulf Coast California sent her well packaged yellow, white,

beach, and suggests in her note that if the umbrellahad orchid and chartreuse Fuji mums, which bloomed
Marshall of Anna Maria last week was
come from there it had certainly picked a nice beautifully this past fall. These were shared with
elected to a two-year term as vice chairman of the
place to come from. Many St. Paul eople,she says, me when she separated her plants last week.
Manatee County Democratic Executive Committee.Mrs. ,
make the Island their winter home. Speaking of sharing, Katherine Endriss sent in a
Marshall has been active In Democratic
Party And on the back of the column Is one of the column entitled "How Does Your Garden Grow?",
work early for workers many for years Burns, and for last Governor.year, was one of the Florida Development Commission's ads, asking: written by Carl Weis in the Canton (Ohio) Reposi-

"Wouldn't you rather be in Florida?" tory. Another gardening friend sent an interesting

-.- column about yucca blossoms,from the News In
ANNA MARIA ELECTION .
(Continued from Page 1) From Jan. 17 until Feb. 10, Oscar (Cap) Ohlson Altoona, Pa. Will write about succulents and yuccaat

years. Before he retired, he was general managerof and Bill (Dad) Barber both are 93 years old. On a later date.
*
the latter date, Dad will become 94. Cap Ohlson
the Florida All-Bound Box Co. of Auburndale
lives alone--as he has Which is beautiful fruit a floweringtree
for the past 15 yearsina more a tree or
and of several affiliated companies.. He served as
chairman of the Polk County Citizens Tax Council small house at the north end of the Holmes Beach ? Fortunately most of us on Anna Maria can
Yacht Basin. have both if we wish. I've mentioned many of the
in 1957, and as an officer of a number of trade
Dad Barber lives with his son-in-law and daughter, flowering trees at various times, but our fruit treta
associations. He is married but has no children.
Hansen was elected to the city commission in 1961 Mr. and Mrs. William Linstead, in Bradenton Beach are a beautiful sight to see. Most of these have been

and again In 1963. (EDITOR'S NOTE: In last week'sissue in the winter, and on the Hudson River above Albany planted in large planting holes In protected areas,

we were in error in stating that Hansen in the summer. They go north each year so he can and have been regularly fertilized. Among the

resigned from the commission after only two raise a garden of corn, potatoes, tomatoes and citrus which are growing on the Island are lemon,

months of his second term. He served from Febru- sweet corn. lime, calamondin, kumquat, orange and grapefruit.You .
(ary until December before resigning). He moved The picture was taken Saturday by Frank Shugert, might consider planting fig, avocado, mango,

here from Illinois about six years ago; is married, at a small party given for the two nonagenarians loquat, lychee, guava, banana or papaya. Such
and has a grown son and a grown daughter, and by Mrs. Shugert, at their home on 57th Street, near delicious fruit one could have every month of the

before he retired from active business, was a the Yacht Basin. year if given space, and the will to do a little work.
steamfitter. Cap Ohlson previously had indicated how much he Be on the lookout, too, for the new citrus hybrids

Polls at the Community House will be open from had enjoyed hearing a group of young people coming this may be the perfect accent for that difficult

7 a.m. until 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 9. Qualified to sing hymns to the older people who lived at the spot In your garden. Don't forget--citrus should be

residents, who have not registered or reregisteredsince convalescent home where he was last summer. So fertilized this month. Your garden supply stores will

March, 1964, may do so at the city office Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Linstead, tell you which kind to use and how much to apply.
and Dad Barber were asked to sing Cap's favorite .
until noon, Thursday, Feb. 4, when the registrationbooks
will be closed until after the election. hymns for him. A prayer and some appropriate "Many people make life unnecessarily difficultfor
Bible verses were added. themselves by dissipating power and energy

NORTH LOOP ROAD. Born in Sweden, Cap avers that the people on the through fuming and fretting."
(Continued from Page 1) Island are the best people In the world, because Norman Vincent Peale

of plans for Island Day during this year's celebra- they try to do so much for him. lie says that visitors .

tion. Commission voted a contribution of$250. who never heard of him before are always bringing See you next week.

City Attorney Walter R. Talley read a proposed him some little thing to make his life a little --GINNIE

legislative bill which would authorize changes in the happier.In .
city charter. The proposed changes are to authorizea his youth, Cap was a sailor in the navies of

city judge, and to authorize the city to clear three countries. lie traveled the world, and feels

private lots where necessary, to put liens thereon, He that Is he speaks these sentiments from experience. THE MAN IN THE GLASS
and to have legal means of collecting the liens. extremely proud of his American citizenship.
won by becoming an American sailor.
When what In struggle for gain.
you get you want your
The Islander t .4.':., And the world makes you king for a day,

An Independent Weekly published every Thursday Just go to the mirror and look at yourself:

Vy THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY And see what that man has to sayl!

314 Pint Av. ivt, Anno Mario Island, Fiori do. It Isn't
father wife
your or mother or ,
EDITOR.___....._....-.....STEVE KIMBALL Who judgment upon you must pass,
ADVERTISING MANAGER.JIAARGE KIMIALL The one whose verdict counts most in your life;

MAIL ADDRESS P. a Box 737,Anna Maria Florida. Is the one staring back in the glass.
TELEPHONE 7782021.

He's the one you must satisfy beyond all the rest
SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S.. $3.50 r
: For he's .
with the end .
you right up to
per years $2 for ala month.. Canada. !\\OIIq
$S per year. ADVERTISING RATES: And you have passed your most difficult test:
I $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten :a:: ... If the man In the glass is your friend.
percent for consecutive insertions ::

I I if paid by tenth of following month. \t\ .. You may be one who got a good break-
National or agency placed advertising Then think
you're
a wonderful ;
I $1.26 per column Inch.CLOSING ._ .. But the guy only a fake:
I a.atna--.0 ts.putatn0. ., man In the glass says you're
TIME NOON TUESDAY Oscar (Cap) Ohlson and Bill (Dad) Barber, two If you can't look him straight In the eye.

Entered aa Second Claaa matter under Island nonagenarians in picture taken at informal
the Act of March 3, .179. party Saturday. (Picture by Frank Shugert) You may fool the whole world down the pathwayyears

, ..... .. .
.. .. ..
ftUMATiI COUNTY'S ONLY NOME OWNED NEWSPAPER '0 Q_ .0 . And get pata on the back as you pass;

,. .z.. ;..... '-7-.. But your final reward will be heartaches and tea
.
.
.
U you've cheated the Man in the GUM!

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February 4. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3 ,


I' Miss Dianne Bell// Becomes Mrs. Edward Francis Nunn, Jr. Youth Center Directors1 MeetingThe

ff Miss Dianne Louise Bell daughter of Mr. and board of directors of the Island Youth Center
Mrs. Stephen Paul Agate 12045 Southwest 186th met recently with one of the principal topics of
Street. Miami and Edward Francis Nunn Jr., discussion at the meeting the recent report on the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Francis Nunn of center made by the Island Woman's Club. After the
515-72nd Street Holmes Beach and Trumansburg lengthy discussion of the report it was voted the
N. Y., were married Saturday at 3 p.m. at the matter be tabled.
Episcopal Church of The Annunciation, Holmes Herbert Teel, director of the Youth Center
Beach. The Rev. H. C. Benjamin grandfather of requested a raise In his salary and a five-year
the bride performed the ceremony.The contract. It was the concensus of the board that this
bride was given in marriage by her father. request could not be discussed at the meeting, since
She wore a long-sleeved gown of floor-length white the annual meeting and election of the board will take
silk organza over chantilly lace accented with place in February.Teel .
irridescent sequins and carried a white prayer reported that as an experiment, the Island bus
book covered with white roses and satin streamersof would pick up young people for the Friday evening
white roses. dance on Jan. 22, and take them home again after
Miss Margaret Susan Bell of Miami sister of the V the dance was over at 11:30. The bus was to start at
bride was the maid of honor and bridesmaids were the Dradenton Beach Post Office and take onpas8en-
Mrs. Richard Decker of Tampa and Miss Beverly gers for the dance anywhere the length of the Island.A .
Jane Barfield of Atlanta cousin of the bride. letter of resignation from Mrs. Frances Maxon,
Richard E. Decker of Tampa was best man, and treasurer of the organization, was read and acceptedwith
ushers were William A. Davidson of Miami and re ret. The board voted that its "deep appre-
Frederick Hutchinson of Holmes Beach. ciation' be extended to Mrs. Maxon for the time and
The mother of the bride wore a royal blue effort she has given the board.
silk chiffon sheath with matching jacket and Chairman John Iluth read an Inquiry from the
shoes and hat of matching royal blue satin anda United States Government through United Appeal as
J
corsage of blue and white carnations.The to the Youth Center's intentions about segregation.The .
mother of the groom wore a white brocade directors voted unanimously that they believedin
sheath accessories in white with accents of blue, .,' I, the Constitution of the United States, and would
and also wore a corsage of blue and white carna- Ii. ,; comply with the law. I
tions.A 1 V Y f"IfX A +pYf The annual election of directors of the Youth Center :
reception was held after the ceremony at the will take place at the annual meeting of the board, ;
home of the bride's grandparents, the Rev. and Wednesday evening, Feb. 17. Members whose terms I
Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th Street Holmes Beach. will expire this month are: Melvin Robar,John Iluth,
The bride was graduated from Manatee High t Arlene Edwards and C. V.Hottman,all of whom were !
School and from Charron-Williams Commercial elected for two years, and Mrs. Maxon, who was
College In Miami. She is now employed as a elected for a one-year term.
legal secretary at Cornell University Law Schoolin Some time at the meeting was devoted to consideration )
Ithaca N. Y. of bids for new plumbing fixtures in the
She was president of the Manatee High School restrooms at the center with work awarded to :
Art Club In 1963 and won first place in Manatee Jackson Plumbing of Holmes Beach the low bidder. i
County and second place In a statewide art MRS. EDWARD FRANCIS NUNN JR. I iI
competition and was awarded an honor by the I
American Association of University Women. She now a student at Ithaca College Ithaca where he Island Air Taxi Service I
also was a member of the staff'of The ISLANDERfor Is majoring In hotel administration. He is a Ii
a year while she was attending high school. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Agard of i
The groom who is a native of New York State Holmes Beach and Trumansburg.After CALL !
also graduated from Manatee High School and a wedding trip through Florida and the
later attended Manatee Junior College and Is East, the couple will reside In Trumansburg.neasoner 778-3132 :
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Guests at the motels
All About PeopD..
MBRR1MAC ON THE GULF Mr.and Mrs.W.Boyer; E.C.Boulanger and
N.A.Houston, all of Montreal.
MR. AND MRS. JULES SHANAFELT of 756 -r PALM COURT Mr.and Mr*. W.S.Cockerhan of Manila. Ark.
North Shore Drive Anna Maria, had as guests EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mra. Elmer Mattern of Wabash Ind.Mrs
Mattern to a titter of Mr*. LaMoine Baker owner of East O" The Sun.!
over the past weekend, their nephew and niece, HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. L.White of Columbus Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lingle, of Tuskegee, Ala., Mr.and Mra. Douglas Nagel of Grand Rapid.Mich..Mr. and Mra. A.Vieiof

and their two children, Jamie and Lynn. SEA Chlttenango ISLE MOTEL, N. Y.Mia A.Carsten of Miami...Mr*.Robert Thormannof
MRS. EDITH SCHALDENBRAND of Key Royalehas Lakewood Ohio and Mr. Thomas Fabel of Bay Village Ohio both the
daughter of Mr.and Mr*. Robert Faragher owner of the Sea Isle MoteL
Lela Schworteof
had as a recent Mrs.
guest
and .
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. Mr* Howard Druckenmlller: of
Detroit. Mrs. Schworte raises Yorkshire ter- Fremont Ohio...Mr.and Mr*.Andrew wVanRampaey Brooklyn Y.and
riers and French poodles and is visiting the daughter...Mr.and Mr. L.J.Schmidt of Fon Branch,Ind...Mr*. Evelyn
Nyrnan and Mri. Bernlata Robinson of Cocoa...Mr. and Mrs.John
various winter dog shows in Florida. Konenake of Ttwa City Mich.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN BANNON of Old Greenwich, GABA APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mr*. Ray Markman Worthington, Minn.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. T.Stevenson of Cincinnati.
Conn., are back in Holmes Beach for an extended WEST WIND APARTMENTS:J.A.Enaucller Pat Sheenan of Saraaota
stay. They were here last year for two months DRISCOLL APARTMENT Mr. and Mr. Edward Panel and MrM and Mrs.
Royce Allen of JaneavlUe WI.
and liked it so well they returned. He has been a BURGESS COTTAGE Mr. and Mr*. C.H. Barton of Ipawlch. M...
vice president of the Chase Manhattan Bank in TAHAITI APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mr*. Thoma Yatmanof. Bloomlngdale'
N.J.
New York. TRIPP'S COURT Mr. and Mr. Maurice Bauer of WnWe.Ind..Mr.
_ THE BOB FEELEYS of Key Royale have as and Mr*. E. R. Wolcoct of Big Flat.N.Y.
ROD t REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. C. F.Hick of Mooresrllle...
house guests, Billie Mulholland of Syracuse, and Joseph Zewart. James Causey and Jtme Widner of Paint Lick Ky...
Kathy Wilson of Tonawanda, N. Y. Both are Mr.and Mr*. M.A.Humanek of Hlaleab.
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr. James King of Columbu.Ohio...Mrr
sisters of and have been
Marie
Feeley, coming to and Mr. Paul Blair and Mr. and Mr*.Henry Kingly of New Castle Ala..
the Island each winter for a number of years. Mr. and Mr. B. W.Boyd of Emmltsburg.Md...Mr. and Mr*.George E.
Kennedy and Mr.and Mr. E.J. Lamphlr of Edgerton. WI..
Bob Feeley who finds this"sunlit key"so stimulating -
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr.and Mr*. O. R.Curtin of
for creative work, has another story in the Tampa...Mr. and Mr.Stanley Brunner of Cllbertavllle.Pa...Mr.and Mr.
December issue of a national magazine.DR. Island exchange students at Manatee High School are, Albert BldwcU of Homer. MICb...Mr and Mr*. S. A.Johnson of North
Miami Beach...Mr. Agne Jeffrie of North Miami .
Beach and .
ROLLIN TOMLINSON, practicing surgeoneye left to right in front row: Celia Craig, Sue Hutchins, Mr.and Mr*. Paul M. Alken dLy'idonVt..Mr. and Mr*. William pany.Pierce
( ear and throat) for more than 60 years, Susie Wright and Elinor Maney. Standing in rear is of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mr. Albert Lueth of Fenton.Mich.
.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mr Warren Sweeney of ..
has selected Anna Maria Island for the winter. Mike Piscitelli. They were part of the group which and Mr*. Claude Moul.r of Wyoming Mlch..."r. and Mra.Chicago.A. Vlaaer Mr.of
He and his wife Marian live in Westfield N. J.. left Saturday to spend a week with exchange studentsat Kalamazoo.Mich...Mr.and Mr*. Bernard H. Boyd of Emmluburg.Md...
Mr. and Mr. C. L. Pinney of Monroevlll, 1nd..Mr. and
and while on the Island, will reside in the Dann Cheltenham High School in Wyncote, Pa.(Islander McCarthy of AmltyY1 e.N. Y...Wakeman King of Bridgeport Mrs.Conn.Joseph
Duplex on Gulf Drive. Photo by Ed Bauman) TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. R. N. SUcIlnger and Mr. and Mr*. E.
Lawhorn of Lanark 01...Earl Hutchlnaon of Reelsville...Mr.and Mr*.
RALPH AND ANN MADDEN of Newark, Del., Martin Penning of Grand Rapid.Mich...Mr.and Mrs.H.Well of Coif ax.
who are Interested in becoming residents of the MR. AND MRS. ROBERT JUDSON of 5502 Gulf La..Mr. and Mr. John Haan of Grand Rapid.Mich...Jame Smith of
Drive Holmes Beach have had as Mrs. Lemon. N. C..Martha Jones of Mapequa.N. Y.and party...Mr. and
few here guests,
Key Royale area spent a days recentlyon
.
Mr* A.L.Demond and W. F.Hocking Western Spring, Ill...R.Her
their way to Key Biscayne. They are looking Judson's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. bert of ; .. 111...Mr. and Mr*.ton ,Nelson of Red Oak. Iowa...
for a spot "where life is peaceful, and fishingis James Warner of Adrian, Mich. Schlrgel Mr. and of Mr Chicago..Mr.*. James Green and of Mr Red*.John Creek.Oballl N.of Y..Mr. and 01.WOORASKA Mr*.James
good. MRS. CHARLES I. BEAN of Kansas City, Mo., is COTTAGE: Mr.and Mra. J.A.KUey of-O-hb 'Y.Conn.
MR. AND MRS. R. D.ROBERTSON of Truro Nova visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vermont.CHILES APARTMENT:Mr. and Mrs.Clarence Carletonof Soutb Newfane.

Scotia, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E.Emrickof Little Frank Dobbe of Haverkos Court. MOUND COTTAGE:Mr. and Mr*. F.F.McGarey of Wayne.Pa.
Hocking, Ohio, are vacationing at Alex Apartments.MR. MR. AND MRS. LEWIS C. BRICKER have returnedto TOLEDO DUPLEX Mr. and Mr*. W.W.Banzhof Bradford.N.H.

AND MRS. H. KENNER of Champaign, 111. their home in Seaside Gardens after a:vacation tripto
are enjoying a winter vacation at Playa Encantada.DR. San Diego, Calif. CHE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN
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ELIAS LIEBERMAN of Anna Maria and New MR. AND MRS. LEWIS STUDENKA of Metamora i.le.w.tle, Pr..Iaci.l r..ch.A

York City, recently was reelected to another two- Ohio, have returned to Anna Maria to spend the If lbanttrlairNOITH
year term on the governing board of the Poetry rest of the winter here.
Society of America.MR. Now occupying their homes at 5400 Gulf Drive, END OP LONCBOAT It1Lucia.
AND MRS. MERRILL M. TRITT of 56th St., Holmes Beach, are Mr. and Mrs.Donald T.Pomeroyof ... *l 12-Di... .l 6 ....

Holmes Beach, have returned from a vacation in Syracuse, N. Y., and Mrs. Tracy Ketcham of Tilt Sarasota 3882805GARBAGE

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! MRS. RUBY ROBERTS, 62, of 202 -7 th Street, I
Jean Graham To Be BOWLING LEAGUES
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Holmes Beach, died at a local hospital Wednesday,

I jan. 27. Born in Renfrew, Butler County, Pa., she ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE B. Carter t2t fan. 169. Ken Fellow. 430).
been a winter visitor to the Island for the At Island PharmacyMiss Island Marine Supply, the leading J. LoClc.ro tl6Ie. Island Bank 4, Pete Reynard"a Restaurant -
had past team In the Island Mixed League won Ferguson tl6IC. 0.(LaMoine Baker 112,Frank
II 11 winters from her home in Elizabeth, W. Va. four point from W.bb'* Island Phar- Green 391 Davidson 479 Leon Stafford 200-
Survivors are her husband, George Paul Roberts macy In Friday evening'action.High P. Hottm.n 394 339).
scores In tile match were;Frank Moc. 1.. nanaalll 37S Tropical Vista 3. Island Marine
of Holmes Beach; a son, Roger G. Roberts of 113- 21; Frank Davldaon. 194-525. Supply 1. (B. Cordon. 234-387; Frank
I Wheeling, W. Va., and two grandchildren. Other *cores Connlck'a TV 4. Sand HICH GAMES(MEN) Moc. 204-344).
Bar 0. (Dick Connlck. 196-569; Ernie B. Guild 2S1 Bayou Marina 2, Craya Econowaah
I A memorial service was held at Griffith-Cline Schmidt 200-502). E. Schmidt 200D. 2. (HanltNi..lobed.ltioI91-524;Frank
Island Chapel Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Bayou Marina 4. Linen Rental Service Conniclt 196 SmalUy. 183-486).
0. (Glenn Safford 195 Ed Haver- G. Safford 19SP. S e e
Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial ko.314; Phylll Chapman 169.Chick Davidson 19t LEAGUESTANDINCSScIIuchar4
Community Church, officiating. Chapman 467). D. Connld 193E. Plumbing 39
Anna Maria City Pier 3.5. Dick H..rltoe 191B. Tropical Vista 56
-I -I -I Wagner Realty .5. (Earl Carter 114- Guild 190B. Island Marine Supply 34
MRS. MARY F. DEMING, 69, of 100 Tuna Street, A 517; Bud Hottman 179-492). Rtin.1 lIS Bayou Marina 49
B It K Hardware 3.Schuchard: Plumbing E. Hav.rltOi 187e Craya Econowaah 41
Anna Maria, died at a local hospital Thursday, 1.Oot Bower.173-502 Bob Guild e eRICH Bay Area Insurance 48
Jan. 28. Born in Brockton, Mass., she has been a 251-615). SERIES(MEN) VanOetenbrtdge Builder 41Webb'e
Island Trader 3, island Furniture B. Guild 61S Island Pharmacy 34.3
winter visitor to the Island for several years from Center 1. (Bob Relnel. 118-503 Wallace D. Connld 560F. Island Bank 33
her home in Wellesley Hills, Mass. Warner.1S3 Roy. Ferguson. 488). Moc 32 IP. Pete Reynard Restaurant 26.3
Davld.OII 525 24
The ISLANDER
Mrs. Deming was past chairman of the Newton- LEAGUE STANDINGS E. Carter 517 Rover Men' Club 24
Wellesley Hospital Aid Association. laland Marine Supply 51.5 E. H..rkoe 5U e e
Anna Maria City Pier 44.3 B. R.tntl S03 TOP TEN GAMESB.
Survivors are her husband Benjamin F. "Pete"Deming Island Trader 44 E. Schmidt 502B. .Conlon 234B.
of Anna Maria; two brothers and four Connlck' TV Service 44 Hottman 492R. Arkebauer 223
Bayou Marina 44 Ferguson 41S B. Arkebauer 221
sisters. Webb'* Island Pharmacy 42 S e e G. Thlbodeau 221J.
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Jean Graham, the Sand Bar 39 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Duytachaver 217
forenoon with the Rev. creator of a line of" Dick Wagner Realty 38.5 Dick Wagner Island Trader J. VanOatenbrldge 214
Monday
Island Chapel trop- Unen Rental Service 37 Bayou Marina Sand Bar C. Chapman 211
Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial ic-sheer cosmetics:' who Island Furniture Center 36 A.M.City Pier Schuchard Plumbing C. Chapman 210A.
Cremation. will be Webb's B k K Hardware 31 Island Furniture B a. K Hardware .Schumaker 210B.
at Island
Church officiating.
Community Schuchard
Plumbing. 28.3 Linen Rental Island Pharmacy Arkebauer 201
Pharmacy all day,Thursday Island Marine Connlck' TV e e e
RATES REDUCED. Feb. 11 advise HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) TOP TEN SERIESB.
LONG DISTANCE PHONE to R. Haverko 117 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Arkebauer 634
(Continued from Page 1) local women customerson J. Safford 179D. Schuchard Plumbing the ftrat-plac A.Schumaker 604
6 8 and all their cosmetic Bower 173 team In the Island Bowling league C.Chapman 390
placed from p.m. to p.m. day Saturday, prob- '>. Bower 171P. won all four point In its match with B. Conlon: 387
he said. lems. Chapman 169 Rover Men'. Club Monday evening. J. Duyiachaver 363A.
The third rate ,and the most popular for non- D. Bower us High acorea In the match were Byron VanOetenbrtdge 534
group Anna Maria Court P. Hottman us Arkebauer. 225-654. and Richard R. Ferguson 534J.
business calls, is the NIGHT segment,which startsat P. Chapman 1J3 Wtggln. 164-467. :VanOetenbrldge 333
8 p.m., and also is in effect all day Sunday. Oliver M. Lawrence of K. Green 1)4 Other scores were Bay Are Insurance F.Moc 344
R. Haverkoa
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153 4. Webb'* )andPharmacy0.John C. Thlbodeau 344
"We expect people to use long distance more than Spring Avenue was fined e e e ( Duytachaver. 217, Art Sehu- S e e

ever now, especially Saturdays and Sundays, because $10 in Anna Maria City D. Bower HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) 502 maker 344). 602; George; Thlbodeau. 321- Our congratulation BOWLING BRIEFS this week toByron

of the very low rates for the weekends." He Court last week for a J. Safford 458 VanOetenbrldg* Builder 4. The ISLANDER Arkebauer for his 225.221,and
went on to say that General Telephone is preparedto violation of the city dog P.. Chapman 449R. 0. (John VanOatenbrldge. 208 game, and to Ben Conlon for his
Haverko 434 214. Chick Chapman 590 Pat Flan- fin 214 game.Harvey.
handle this expected increase in calling. ordinance.At .
Rose also gave some illustrations of the rate the same session of
reductions for three minute station-to-station calls: the court, Lawrence A. High Twelve Club Fish Fry Friday Bake Sale

The maximum all-day Sunday rate,formerly $1.75, Seckington of St. Petersburg The Island High Twelve Sponsored by the Cortez The Women's Fellow-

will now be $1; Saturday calls, formerly$2.25, will was fined $10, for Club will meet at the Fire Department, a Fish ship of Harvey Memorial
now be $1; Saturday calls, formerly $2.25 for the violation of the city ordi- Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat Fry will be served at the Church, Bradenton Beach,

most distant point, will now be $1.50; calls placed nance prohibiting motor noon, Thursday, Feb. 4. Cortez Fire Station from will conduct a Bake Saleon
between 8 and 9 p.m., which used to cost $1.75 to vehicles on the beach. The Club members Archie 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., Friday, Bridge Street, across
the farthest area in the U. S. will now cost only $1. fine was suspended. McFadden and Carl Bissell Feb. 12, on an all-you-can from the post office in

Rose said that one of the telephone Industry's Mayor Harvey Meyer will show slides taken eat basis, for a donationof Bradenton Beach, starting -

primary problems now is that a great many people presided over the court. at various High Twelve $1 per person. Pro- at 9 a.m., Saturday,
attempt to place calls immediately after the night After the court, city officials functions of the past two ceeds will be used for the Feb. 6. A wide varietyof

rate goes into effect. This causes some delays to said they Intended years. department's fund to purchase home baked foods will
callers, resulting in an overload on facilities and to have the dog ordinance The following week, a more equipment.ANNA be offered for sale.
operators, he said. With the earlier 8 p.m. time, "strictly enforced." The Ladies Day luncheon will
people will have more time available for low rate ordinance prohibits dogson be served and a movie of MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
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6 THE ISLANDER February 4, 1965

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LEGAL NOTICES

CHURCHESST. NOTICE OF ELECTION Episcopal Food FestivalThe

BERNARD MISSION Notice is hereby given that an elec-
tion will be held on Tuesday.March 9.
(CATHOLIC) 1963 from 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.,at Churchwomen of the Church of
ft.... Francis F. Welsmiller the City Office In Holmes Beach for Episcopal
the purpose of electing a Mayor The Annunciation will hold their seventh annual
MASS. SUNDAY 8. ,.15 & 10l30 three (3) Aldermen, a City Clerk,and
the house of the churchon
Festival
WEEKDAYS a ora a City Marshal. Food at parish
HOLY DAYS. am & 6 pm Registration books will be open untilNOOI'I. Friday, Feb. 12. Starting at 11 a.m., the
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ROSARY & BENEDICT10NWEDNESDAYSl
March 5, 1965.
7l30 Jla festival will continue until everything is sold.
Candidates for office must file with
Harvey Memorial Church the City Clerk prior to 12 o'clock Experience gained in previous years Indicates

(M.n-D.......as ti o...1) Noon. Tuesday February 15, 1965. that because of the demand for the foods preparedby ,W.
Pauline H. Archer
Bre4ent. Beech City Clerk the excellent cooks in the organization, the
1 R.... A. W. Stains
1'SUNDAY UNCLASSIFIED.hlln sale will end early in the afternoon.

9tlS am Sunday School Among the items to be offered for sale will be
10i30 am Worship Service p.y.e.t ",.Ir.JI
the well known and popular crab casserole by
CWUtlsM Sel... Service Bin-il.00-.SOi .1.1.| ,.
Mrs. Harris chicken and chili with
George ; pie
A. M. CesMMMlty He.... I'
MUST SELL AT ONCE FOR CASH: meat and mushrooms, specialties of Mrs. Robert
SUNDAY Beautiful extra residential
large
,tOO an Sunday Service corner lot in Holmes Beach. Boat Moses, chairman for the sale; out of this world

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH slip and beach rights Included. WriteP. fish chowder by Mrs. Roy Parker; chicken curry
O. Box 757, Anna Marla, for
B.... Lee PletUM Pester jocstlon. then make offer.s with spaghetti; Swedish meatballs in wine sauce;

THURSDAY FOUND Two Keys found on 44th St., sub-gum with water chestnuts; beef and kidney
7.30 Studies Deuteronomy Holmes Beach. Otto Volbrecht. 4306
pm
and of Mrs. Lowe's delicious
FRIDAYS 'Gulf Drive. pie, course, always
3tOO pm Jr. GA FOR RENT Furnished :2 BR apart- baked beans.
7130 pm Studios G. Deuteronomy ment. 11/2 baths. Linen supplied,
Exotic for meats salads and desserts
sauces
SUNDAY with maid service. For season. Call ,
6l4S am Sunday School 778.1611. as well as pickles, jellies and marmalades to

lOlOO 5l30 am pm Chapel Worship Choir Service overhead FOR SALt garage; Factory door, with made S-pane 8 ft. add zest to your meals will be offered, and for Mrs. Ted Tripp of Anna Maria, pictured with some

630 pm Worship Service window. All Irons k springs Included. the first time, a truly tropical marmalade of of the items to be offered for sale at the annual Food
7130 pm Youth FellowshipMONDAYS $23. 106-1 7th St.. Bradenton Beach.
FOR SALEi JS.500 buys 4-room grapefruit and papaya will prove the versatilityof Festival of the Episcopal Churchwomen of the Churchof

7l30 pm Nominating Commlttoo modern bouse. Nice cabineta. Tile this group of outstanding cooks.. The Annunciation on Friday, Feb. 12, and some of
TUESDAY. bad Screened porch. About 200 feet rolls and the of which the items made.
7iOO pm Church Choir from water and a block from city Plain and fancy fruit nut breads, ingredients are

WEDNESDAY 4iOO Intermediate GA .pier. CIII 7752407.Bargain cheese bread, orange rolls, tea rings, and the (ISLANDER PHOTO)
PM ever popular vicar's loaf will be some of the
7100 pm Prayer Mooting
Sturdy old Chrysler for ssle. And
Church Buslnoss .....t. coupe breads offered for sale. Roser Guild Luncheon MeetingA
Battery tires nearly new.ONLY$501
RA, Sunbeams
77*'"**. L. Pldcock 210B Pine_: : Many of the items on sale will be packagedand meeting of the Roser Guild will be held at the
.... .......1 church PLUMBING REFAIKS
(New-Denes*........ ) Carpenter Work. Maintenance.. ready for the freezer. church on Tuesday, Feb. 9, beginning at 1:45 p.m.,

..... niekard K. VietUePeeler Licensed ALTERATIONS on Island.on all Tel.kinds 746-5941.of Cloth- The sponsors of the festival say: "This is a with Carl Scott to show colored slides which he tookon

ing. Also Dressmaking, Drape.Mrs. wonderful opportunity for those with a busy weekend a recent trip to Hawaii. The meeting will be

THURSDAY _Frank Beard. Phone 778-I431. -' ahead, or for the people who just need to stock preceded by a ham and pancake luncheon, to be
Guild Executive Board NOW OPEN Cortex Outboard Servlce. -
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3iOO am pm Roaor Choristers 8700 Cortex Road.We specialize their pantries and freezers, and for winter visitors served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a donation of $1.

4iOO pm Cantus Choir In repair and complete rebuilding of who do not wish to spend their vacations cooking." Guild members and friends are invited to attend.
7i30 pm Senior Choir Evlnrude.Johnson, and Gale Products ---
(130 pm ....n.. Chorus outboard motors. Two Mechanics with
FRIDAYS over 30 year.' experience. Factory
10:00 am M1ck.ls.nSUNDAYS Group 1 at homo of Mrs.P.d.r trained. Latest factory approved special For Your Convenience WHAT A SHAME we can't take a "before"and
tools and Equipment. Dave Laros
and Earl Johnson.. "after" picture of your car's feelings
Sorrlco We Now Have
9iOO am Worship FOR SALE: Slightly used FlrmllneEierclser. when its motor has been tuned by Dex.
10.00 am Fellowship Hour
Moving, will sacrifice.
lOlOO am Sunday School Cost $1 80. will sell for 835.778-2 1 3.WANTED 2 Licensed Agents Certainly would be recorded proof of its inner
Sorrico
11.15 Worship
am TO BUY All U. S. Coins.Cold contentment.

12.15 St30 j pm>m Pancake Fellowship Supper Hour for any ,Country Currency, or old or Medals.Coins Tokens.etc. of. Stop by and pick up your
Boy Scouts
Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403
7iOO pm Youth Fellowship Private t[ to
MONDAY 14th ( W. den'ontth.141-2516. Secretary
10.00Gm Group 3 at homo of AR
TENANCEi MOWING, TRIMMING.
Urs. James Stephens
10i30 am Orientation for EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
Stewardship Workers ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
TUESDAY PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus Blue Wave Service StationCall
II am to I pm Pancake Lunch.on REASONABLE RATES--References. 5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
ItOO pm Guild ....ting. Program KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894
778.1115 Bradenton Beach
7i30 pm ".n'. Club Meeting after 4:30 P.M. 2M 0.1I5tl1 ST.. H. B. 778.1022 778.2009
WEDNESDAY LOTS FOR SALE: 95 ft on Canal.
I 10 am to 2 pm Mission Workshop 72nd St.-KOOO; Bimini Bay Lots .
BtOO pm Orientation forSt.wardahlp priced for quick sale Gulf Pronto
Workers $10.0001 77th St. Canal, $4,000; 75th For the Holmes Beach

;Church of The Annunciation St. Canal, S3.SOO; 73rd St.. 3000. GMAC
Police Call 746-7121
IN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate ,
(Episcopal) _Broker. H6-81st Street. 778-2554.
' Rev. Gerald K. LA.,.. Rector f'' TIM! PAYMENT

<( ' 9iOO am Holy Eucharist
5th SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY
11100 am Holy Eucharist
'10i30 am Family Eucharist & Ask for .
Sermon, Church School

Gloria Del Lutheran Church

Rev. Letter. Uti. Pastor
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SUN DAY.l5 .
( am Sunday School FRESH MILK
10(30 am Worship Service
IllSO am Choir Rehearsal

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2100 pm Choir Roheafaal
SUNDAY e Personal Loom.
9ilS am Sunday School Commercial Loomse \
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9l30 am Adult Bible Class ,
11)00 am Worship Service & Mortgage Loam.
Sermon
PLUS 28 Otter Services
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ISLAND REAL ESTATEGeorge



WogiM-REALTY! WIDOW MUST SELL Island Home Wanted

Island Shopping c.nter INTERESTED IN BUYING:Modern 3 BR Homeon
I 2 BR Front Home the Island--located on a canal,or with boat
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA Bay
privileges. We will be on the Island after
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G All E..n w.ps.r P,..,,At Ftog.>oci Brkt.t. Furnished. Feb. 3, 1965.: Please address all replies to
William Borosch, Gen.Delivery,Anna Maria.
ONLY $13,000
SPECIAL LOW PRICE

TWO-Bedroom Furnished Cottage EXTRA DICK WAGNER, LUilty ??CAN YOU AFFORD IT???
BUILDING LOT INCLUDED IN THE LOW
LOW PRICE OF $8,0001 Easy walking to the U you CAN afford it--LooK at it!If you can't
beach, post office and stores. Phone 778-2663 afford It--DON'T LOOK It will spoil your
2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach taste for anything else. House and furniturecost
PARRISH REALTY $34,330, and will sell for ONLY$30,500,
in better-than-new condition. Twobedroomcanal
RALPH H. rAUISM. Ntr. PEGGY "HASSIt" MOOftC. Amcwto
front home, with excellent seawall and
Pest Office Plo... A... Morio ,.....: 778-1902 ff SPECIAL dock; double garage. Too many extras to list.
JOHN B. PROTHERO
BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being
WATERFRONT HOME offered I with low down payment and reasonablemonthly Rtglsttrtd ...1 Estitt Iroktr-SiUs I Rtitils

With Central! Air CondoS terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTSI 116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

Heat Control Shown by AppointmentWe


IMMEDIATE POSSESSIONSEE finally have a listing on a waterfront lot Hey, YouWanna -
we have been asked about many times. This Buy a Lot
has a most superb view, easy boat access to ,
Tampa Bay. Size 100 x 120.Price only$6,0001! Cheap?
SEASIDE (JARDEMS
\ A. COMPAREI!
Cheap?
r For the Discerning and Discriminating buyer,
JACK HOLMES, Realtor we have a beautiful and unique home with all Cheap?
modern conveniences--PLUS a fabulous view HERE'S YOUR CHANCEl! Nice & Wide(75: ft.)
--PLUS an extra, seawalled lot, unusually in
Tip-Top Neighborhood
PHONE 77.1648 6101 MAIIMA PRIME landscaped. Shown by appointment only. Rights included. Paving Paid.Docking

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Gwtrafc IIISSII,..r.fl Just $2,000


WANT SECLUSION? i' Rtiltor "VrV A\ JACK MARSHALL Rtiltir

I Fran Maxon, AssociateINA J

QUIET SECLUDED HOMESITEonupper WILDING PHONE 77H331/ M & M Building 778261Anna Maria
Palma Sola Bay on Mainland. \ ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ".,p

High, Cleared, Well Drained Lot--

zoned one-family. Beautiful I I wide .'.

View of Water, 142 feet on Bay, well l : 1

over 200 deep. Reduced to $12,5001Don't Jj ,1r:1.: 11 BUILD A BRIDGE


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For less than $3,400 down and small monthly TO RETIREMENT
payments, you can move into one of these
beautiful new homes Just completed and
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offered by:

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KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC. 7Nr/, /. .... ... 'rl.... ..4 ..".,

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HOUSE NO. 1

Bit of all.,
On a fine 85'x85' lot In Key Royale Terrace .. someone 01 stdotftthtworkl
only 1-1/2 blocks from Gulf Beaches. This 1
exciting new 2 bedroom plan has central
heat and air conditioning, 2 attractive baths
and a Florida-styled roof of Spanish oval
tile. Lot fully landscaped and sodded. Put
your car in the garage for terms above or :
$14,900 cash. _
A residential oportmtnt

HOUSE NO. 2 can be a weekend
retreat or a vocation
home now-a full time III
Includes 45 ft. of seawall on attractive
canal in fine new neighborhood and the DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. experience in good

total cash price is only $15.900 to tie OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living lottr.
your boat up tomorrow or less than $3,500
down and $85.28 per month U you want
temporary financing until you sell your
home up north. This home U in the Day
Palms community on 70th Street east of 5400 Gulf Drive
Marina Drive. It has 2 bedrooms, two baths,
full size garage and patio and many appointments Condominium Apartments
of much more expensive homes. "on the Gulf Mexico"
Presented by


OUR OFFICE IS ON KEY ROYALEIN IBM DWfllT f T CHflTIOfl]

THE 'SKIPPER' MODEL HOME
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PHONE 778.1917
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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH "


Complete Cleaning CoverageWe 9tJ1r. *oa 1Iat d ee---
For Ofeuurf c Ul\Mli1w _. d
Are
French Imperial Agents Cleanersand r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER SHIP-Citrus/ Fruit & Candy .

l'.4l' ..1 ., ; WE ALSO HAVE C Qp;

Bradenton Laundry & Dry Cleaners VALENTINE.GIFTS UNUSUAL CARDSPermanent

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and
,FOR THE HOME 1 1,1 Flowers & GreensHats
WE hove NEW
a & Bags JEWELRY Perfumes
Coin Operated Dry Cleaning Machine \) PICTURES LAMPS J
Gift & Mail Wrap Free
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HECORATOR PIECES
RIGHT HERE AT -
: : TOijjrjji ,rpii li""d<_ Lending Library
HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUNDRYIN i Many Beautiful Items "'(7f ,. SItI..rJ leA.DwrtlC....,
THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER .: "; "";"x-f(.7--P::;;? -.
\ To Choose From
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We Gift Wrap""J l Larger Sizes

E N irN u alee udc&KC t* e 38 to 46

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12 inch Call 778-2012 SUITS

PORTABLE =' e ScAaead COTTONS NYLONS

as low as $119.95 Plumbing Contractor KNITS

5306 Holmes Boulevard
Shorts Pedal Pushers
Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repair Knee Knockers
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR

FREE Color demonstration Make Your Own--- HOUSES

Old Fashioned Victorian Valentinesl) sleeveless & scoop neck

ISLAND TV 778-1703 :JIlt. Gold Paper LaceDecoupage !''' .

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. (Flows,..Cupids.Materials Birds.Hearts) Lay- .. ..,.. ';'. .J. / Phone
also GUMMED SEALS1JudP Away < 778.1161
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Plan :..
SPRING .. ,
PAINT C98 iLC soar tusmw rwtn{Wern t

SALE QP PER GAL. George McDonaldJ &V.ra CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

i Regular $7.95

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PITTSBURGHSUNPROOF OUR STAPFt 771-1 MO
I May Hau.ntt ln Rosemary Hotter Nancy Young
David Chick Marge Hall OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
WHITE & WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
oil base EVERY DAY
: READY MIXED ISLAND
j HOUSE PAINT BODY COLORS HAYNES RESTAURANT SHOPPING CENTER 7782810HUFFINE'S
7 A.M. to 8 P.M.

Free Delivery 7 to 11
QOPEN: 11:30 to 2 STANDARD SERVICEPhone
Holmes heath Inc.
Svpplto 5 to 8 778.1771 Days

778-1131 Holmes Beach Shopping Center STANOMD 778-1440 Nights

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach OIL HOLMES BEACH J

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic

Telephone 778-2022 Nationwide NEW and USED CARS
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( < 1.J \ Motor ClubWe
lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
'. -' ,-.) I1EACII Oyu SHOPPING CENTER

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have always offered "the best" from this Gilby's Vodka 5th 3 for $10.00
agency and this is why we secured a Nationwide
Motor Club Dealership and became affiliated
.. ..... ....- ... ..-. with the Nationwide Motorist Association. Thisis Ten High 5th 3 for $10.00
\ ..,..' --..--_c.2...- .... -. a national organization and is dedicated to
-'P- \\, f--_ "safety and service"for America's motorists. Town Club Blend 5th 3 for $9.00
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Protects Yoi BONDED STOCK $3'99
--- l l.f 3 for $11.65
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MANATEE COUNTY WATER ( ay Only Complete Package Store

On Anna Maria Island
COMPANY, INC. 773-1697 778-1548
Business Office Phone 778-2023
closed Saturday at noon RON JIKICTr
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida FREE DELIVERY



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