The Islander
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The I Islander L FLORIDA j


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good of FLA. HISTORi'G 'I

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.., \ <. McKay, Cox Win In Anna Maria I Ij

.'" ... Voters in Anna Maria City Tuesday reelected !
City Commissioners Thomas A. McKay and H. E. 1
,. Gene Cox to two-year terms. I
In wlnninz reelection, McKay had 149 votes; Cox, I
123; fornMcJpommlssiQQej: Arthur Hanson 76,and I
.. Edward unrnsv "Leigh, p7. There was one write in
fox Wiggins, and one forReuben

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A total Of 20tiLrs< 'IfJ.n the election, about
71 percent of the 8'z'4iJ,. It Is believed that a

.>' large number of qualified v sfalledtoreregisvote -
ter in the city, as was required to purge the voting I
list. I

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: '- ..... -- < A public hearing will be held In Holmes Beach I
.. \ during the regular meeting of the board of aldermen i
.:' .. .. I .'=J on Tuesday evening Mar. 2, at which a proposed t
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,. ::;;;; .. change of zoning on the area east of Gulf Drive
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,. The proposal is to rezone a strip 300 feet in width I
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= '. present (duplex) classification A-l
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1, '.,,,' ._. i''..-. _--1" f Boy Drowns At South End

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Aerial picture of Holmes Beach Airstrip from the Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen by Feb. 16. Joey Alexander, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
its southern approach. Airstrip has been subjectof A number of users of the airstrip have objectedto Alexander of Oneco, drowned In the Gulf near
much recent interest because of the proposed building of the store, claiming that it will the south end of the Island early Sunday afternoon.
grocery store building at the south end of the Interfere with the approach to the strip. (ISLANDER Spokesmen for the Manatee County Sheriffs
strip, a decision on which has been promised by PHOTO) Department said the youth was swimming just II
north of the Jetty at the entrance of LongboatPass
and apparently was pulled under by the
Loop' HighwayThe 5trall' Tryout current.

City of Anna Maria Monday asked the A large cast will be needed for "Strange Bedfellows Search parties from the Sheriff's Department,
Manatee County Commission to designate the / the Island Players' third and final and units from Palmetto, the South Trail, Frultville
"north loop" road as part of the county's secondaryroad production of the winter season. Players' guest and Cedar Hammock fire departments Manatee
system. The city also requested that the Director Helen Peters, who will direct the play, Search and Rescue Unit of the Civil Air Patrol,
road be improved as under the count/a secondary has announced that tryouts will be held at the and Red Cross personnel, began dragging operations ,
.. road budget for the current year. Anna Mart"Community House from 2 to'5 p.m., within an hour after the first call was received '-'lIlt
The -north" loop starts at the Intersection of Saturday, Feb. 13, and from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, by the SherVtt Department.
Gulf Drive and Pine Avenue, and continues approximately Feb. 14."Strange. The search for the boy's body was continued _j
two and a half miles via Gulf Drive, Bedfellows" was a very successful day and night, and at a late hour Tuesday, the body
Cocoanut Avenue, North Shore Drive and Day Broadway comedy hit by Florence Ryerson and had not been found. I
Boulevard, to the Intersection of Bay and Pine Colin Clements, and the movie version was released
Avenue, at the Anna Maria City Pier.It recently. It features Gina Lolabrlglda, Rock Hudson Youth Center ElectionFive
is a route much used by sight-seeing visitors, and Gig Young.It .
and County Commission Chairman Dan McClure is a period comedy with political overtones, new directors of the Island Youth Center
said Monday that, in any event, the county will and requires a cast of 18. Players needed are a will be elected at the annual meeting, which will
include the loop road project in its recommendationsto ten-year-old boy; a teen-age boy; a teen-age girl; take place at the center on Wednesday evening,
the State Road Department in March. ten women from 20 to 70 years, and five men. Feb. 17.Directors.
McClure also said that the commissioners took Anyone interested, but who is unable to be at the whose two-year terms of office will
District one State Road Board member Vincent Saturday or Sunday tryouts, is asked to call Mrs. expire at that time are: Melvin Robar and C. V.
Nuccio to see the road last week, and are tryingto Peters at 778-1735 to arrange for a special reading. Hottman of Bradenton Beach, and John P. Huth and
get the road Improved with primary road funds. A number of items of the Gay Nineties period will Mrs. Thomas Edwards of Holmes Beach. Mrs.
He said Nuccio "appeared sympathetic." be needed by the properties committee. Frances Maxon of Anna Marla resigned from the
board recently after serving only one year of her
I Viet Mayor Kraft Presides At Iradtitoi leach two-year term.
Persons who have allowed their names to be :
Vice Mayor Robert Kraft former Mayor Pete Niles The company plans to room at the city office to placed on the ballot for the coming election of
presided at Thursday Holmes Beach, relativeto build a new service station make It usable for an board members are: Robar, Mrs. Melvin Travis,
evenings meeting of the an all-Island police on the site of its present office or conferenceroom. and Dick Wagner, all of Bradenton Beach; Mrs.
Bradcnton Beach City force. lie said he knew station on the southwest Prices for the work Mary DeMattia, James Borden,Mrs. Fred Hutchinson -
Council because Mayor Meunier was not in favor corner of Gulf Drive and will be Investigated. and Mrs. Carl Scott of Holmes Beach, and
Henry Meunier was ill. of the idea, and that he, Bridge Street. A repre- Councilman A. V. Cook Wallace Warner, David Cooper, and Mrs. H. C.
Kraft announced the bud- himself, did not know sentative of the company was appointed to repre- Green of Anna Maria.'
get for the year could not whether or not it was a thanked the council for Its sent the council on the Any adult resident of the Island may vote In the
be completed at the meet- good Idea.Council. cooperation, and said, board of directors of the election after payment of an annual membership
ing, due to the mayor's followed the "one day soon we will Island Youth Center. fee of SO cents.
Illness, but that It would recommendation of the build a pretty nation Don Roat, a resident of Funds to support the center are obtained by
be finished at the next Adjustment Board, and there." Bay Drive North, said the contributions from the three Island cities,from the
council meeting. approved a variance for Kraft asked the council's city recently had paved United Appeal, and from Manatee County.
He also announced that the Sinclair Refining Co. approval to remodel a (Continued on Page 7) I Ir

the auditor's report for PROTEST PARADE
1964 had been completed, HOLMES BEACH CITIZENSIf
and would be at the city Romeo St. Cyr of Bra- Yw ,
office for the Inspectionof denton Beach asked the r Yf jt you have NOT registered or re-reg-

anyone interested.The permission of the city i stored since last March ((1964)), you

the surfaces vice mayor of some said of council statement to read at the a council'smeeting prepared MUST register by March 5 In order to

the streets In the city last week.In vote In the March 9 city election.
were in need of patchingor the statement,St. Cyr
resealing, and asked said he planned a protest I..
the other councilmen to parade on Gulf Drive on
check their own wards, Washington's Birthday, to ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
and to make lists of the call the attention of city,
and state ..... I.I.J.JI
streets which need workon county governments S .
the '.,. .... T.--.
them. to "very greatneed" .J..J
T 9 9
Councilman Glenn for some erosion I
N..s 'p. Nish
In Bradenton ; ../""""-- .. "
asked that a new street protection .' """
light be installed on 13th Beach. ... : 2--60 68 66 72 62 .7
Street South. City Clerk When he had finished -....- 3-50 66 67 74 60 None
Mrs. Sophie Carothers reading his statement,St. Pan of the Bradenton Beach Gulf shore which la of 4-56 70 67 75 60 None
will contact the Florida Cyr appealed to members great concern to some of the city's residents. The 3--58 68 64 73 60 None
Power and Light Co. about of the audience to join the area shown in above picture has been designated in 6--66 72 73 71 62 None
the light. parade. The complete text surveys as the most susceptible to erosion damage. 7-64 74 70 71 62 1.25
Kraft said the city had of his statement Is reproduced It la between Bridge Street and 13th Street South. 8-68 7S 72 $164 None
received?A fcBrr from on Page 2. (|JSLANDER PHOTO)

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1961 I
THE ISLANDER Thursday February 11
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Letters I

.. Islander f 5'1 k r n Dear Editor: I
EditorialsLet's F r Something must be done about our airstrip,
long range problem and solution are those of The
entire Island. The immediate salvation lies wholle

Keep It! and rightfully with Holmes Beach, which alone cal t
prevent the immediate calamity threatening m
vital and unique facility.
Many pros and cons have been advanced about the Of all the nearby offshore islands Anna
proposed store building at the south end of the Holmes alone boasts this attraction and convenience
Beach Airstrip, and about whether or not It would such facility exists on the mainland so Ma
interfere with the safe and proper use of the strip by located. suitably

aircraft. E1-- Messrs. Mickelsen Holmes and Karel have
Without offering an opinion on the matter of the
allowed the public to use this strip without charge
store building, or its possible interference with Public spirited Peder Mickelsen has ,
planes it is a fact that the airstrip itself makes the Scene near the Bay end of Lake LaVista in Anna offered to GIVE his portion of this many times
the several "offshore" islands Islander Photo by Rene Redon) property to a
Island unique among Maria City. ( responsible public agency if his co-owners will do
along the West Coast. the same.
There is little doubt about the airstrip being an
solution entails
The long the
and that it has been a range formation of
attraction of some stature,
such an agency or authority and the acquisition
of who have of
consideration for a number persons
the existing air strip and the
necessary 400
and have become
the Island
purchased property on ,
additionally required. This action can be taken
residents here on a part time or a permanent basis. time.It ,but
Why not do everything possible to retain it? requires
now appears that Holmes Beach may grant a
permit for construction of an unneeded grocery
LeadershipResidents store at the south end of the airstrip. Experts and
users of the field say such a building will seriously

of the southern end of the Island haveon impair or destroy the usefulness of the strip. An
several occasions during the past year or two immediate preventative is required.
1 protested what they feel is neglect or indifferenceon Such a preventative is easily managed. The City
the part of local, county and state governments to of Holmes Beach should lease buy or condemn the
what those residents believe is their NUMBER ONE subject lots. A slight financial effort on the part of
problem--erosion control. the city can save this desirable feature of the Island.
The latest such protest took place at last week s Anna Maria City provides a fishing pier, a bay
meeting of the Bradenton Beach City Council, when front park and beach, a gulf front beach, a com-
Romeo St. Cyr read a prepared statement designedto munity house and park land for the fire station,
arouse the emotions and the ire of the residents and a large portion of the land for the Youth

present at the meeting.As Center. These things are provided to the general]
is often the case with attention-getters St. Cyr public for free use. Anna Maria taxes its property
himself, or whoever prepared the statement, was not owners so that everyone--from the entire Island,
unduly concerned with facts, presented what were and the mainland--can enjoy themselves. This city
merely opinions as if they were the gospel truth.In is contributing fully to the benefit of all.
one part of St. Cyr's statement (which is printedin Holmes Beach, the largest and most prosperous
full elsewhere on this page), he says "Yes they city on the Island has no property taxes and
put a groin at the Holmes Beach Public Beach provides no free recreation facilities--except for
because the Kiwanis Club has a lot of influential four shuffleboard courts. It deserves commendationfor
members that won't let It be washed away into the rebuilding of the yacht basin--but use of the
Gulf ." Officers of the Kiwanis Club are now basin is not "for free.
eyeing their members and trying to decide which of SUCCULENT SUCCULENT (Islander Photo) Bradenton Beach has no property taxes, and

them are "influential." The record shows that the provides a fishing pier--and for the use of which,
club was somewhat opposed--not to the groin itself-- St. Cyr Statement a charge has been levied in the past.
but to its location in the middle of the beach for The county provides the mid-Island and south end

fear that it might Interfere with bathing and swimmingat Mr. Mayor Councilmen, Fellow Voters, Ladies public beaches. None of the Island municipalitiesare

the beach. & Gentlemen: charged with the expense of operating those
No one can dispute, however, that the problem of I will introduce myself to all of you, so thatif facilities.
erosion in Bradenton Beach is a very real one, and there are any at this meeting who do not know Will something be done about the airstrip I
.. one that needa attention, but protest parades andsimilar me. they now will. Mynarnei.l\omeoJ. St. Cyr. hope sol!
gimmicks are not the way to get results. The reason for my appearing here this evening Sincerely
What is needed Is some responsible leadership is to renew your acquaintance with a very serious Gene Cox
which, by exerting pressure in the right places and problem that faces all of us. It is simply this. P.S. I am an owner of residential and business
in a way that makes it seem as If it were not pressureat The city, the homeowner the businessman the property in Anna Maria, upon which I pay taxes
all, can In time accomplish something worthwhile. retiree, yes, all of us are In serious, constant without complaint. H. E. C.
It might even accelerate the glacier-like speed with danger of losing our all, If we do not beg, plead, M .* M
which some of our governmental agencies work. or coerce the county and/or the state to build Board of Aldermen

groins or fill or seawalls to prevent the onslaughtof City of Holmes Beach
Worthy Project the Gulf. At the present rate of erosion, Holmes Beach, Florida
we won't have a town a house, or a business on

Every so often, someone on the Island advances an this Island unless Immediate action is taken. Attention: Mr. Merrill Tritt, President
idea for promoting this--or building that--and the Almost every home owner and business man has

proposition, regardless of its merit, usually is suffered some loss as recently as last Septem- Gentlemen:
received in a fifty-fifty way. That is, for each personin ber. Some of it was quite costly, with the burdenof

favor of it, there is another opposed--or if not the cost being footed by the individual, as unfortunately At the last meeting of the Island Division of the

definitely opposed--merely indifferent. Insurance does not cover you in the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce Jan. 21st,
A few months ago, however, someone released a case of damage by rising water. the importance of the airstrip to this Island was
trial balloon" labeled "nine-hole golf course on Key We stand to lose all unless the county and state thoroughly discussed by the members.It .
Royale, and Island residents are made realistically of
immediately claspedthe aware the immediateneed. was a decision of the membership that the
idea to their hearts, and made it their very own. Now is the time, not after the next storm I Chamber bring to the attention of your Board of
To date not a single objection has been heard.So And that next one could wipe us out. The state Aldermen the fact that the Chamber believes that
enthusiastically has the proposal been received, and county spend millions for much lesser effort the airstripIn
every must be made to
that dozens of year-around and winter residents have projects, but not one cent to protect our wives, Its entirety that reduction preserve in the length of
pledged themselves to purchase stock in the club. our children, our businesses, and our homes, the useable either any shortening the runwayor
Because of the obvious benefit to the community in from the Gulf of Mexico. Example: $3.5 millions by building runway obstructions by would seriously limit

general of a golf course a number of the backers of for the south end beach,on which stands the most the use of the airfield or could cause it to be closed
the proposal are not even golfers, but their interest expensive privy In the State of Florida, or any entirely In the
interest of
in the project is no less genuine than that of their state for that matter. Have you ever used it? I The Chamber believes that safety.this airstrip is essential
golfing neighbors and friends.So haven't. But not one solitary dollar for the and an
to the growth of the community
now, with some of the protection of our lives
preliminary questions our homes and our Island.
Important of the future of this
answered, and plenty of financial backing almost a businesses. St. Petersburg, Tampa, Sarasota, The Chamber part believes that economy this airstrip has been
certainty, the proposed golf course appears to be wellon Venice, Naples, etc., are all secure and dry, an Influence here
to people buying property
the but many
way. not one dollar for Bradenton Beach.
because of the use they or their friends will makeof
Yes, they put a groin at the
public beach in
of this
or because of their belief in the future
The Islander Holmes lot of Beach, because the Kiwanis Club has a island and the necessity of such a terminal for
members who won't let
An Independent Weekly published every Thursday washed away Into the Gulf and that's the widest be incoming transportation. In this respect preservation on-
of the
of the Island. airstrip becomes a moral
the of to the
part those who dedicated this airfield
314 P..... Aveiwe, Anna Maria Island, Florida. kind Now hear this I I plan to take action, the only island and the governmental bodies and the peqJlr

EDITOR_......_...._.....---STEVE KIMBALL a they understand in Tallahassee, and that Is of this island.
protest parade. Right here on the beach. With
ADVERTISING MANAGERJARGE KIMIALL a band with protest banners: "The Citizens Yours respectfully
MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737,Anna Maria, Florida. Demand Actionl" Nowl! Not next year or the next A. L. Bill Genung
TELEPHONE President Island Division
: 778-2021. or maybe the next, or by the time all are dead or Manatee County Chamber of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.30 drowned. I as a committee of one, plan such a CommerceRoy
per year $2 for alx month Canada !\\ IIO demonstration on Washington's Birthday, Feb.
$S per year. ADVERTISING RATES: 22, up and down Gulf Drive, with the possibility
$1 per column Inch. Discount of ten a .. of complete news coverage from press, radio Marchand, VicePresidentJ.
for six Consecutive Insertion = and Robert Pool, Treasurer
percent television. What
Q I want and need is
if paid by tenth of following month. A + sanction, and help from your Howard S. Adams, Director
National or a.encnlaced advert King. have this any source possible to Pete Reynard, Director
$1.26 per column Ipch.CLOSING tit.OI peaceful demonstration. Remember, Edith Schaldenbrand Director
aattr atterrra roaptsrrtrtt" '181 the Lord helps those who help themselves. It John Fitzgerald Director
TIME: NOON, TUESDAY. won't cost anything but time. Do you have any
Entered as Second Class matter under to give? Arc you with me? Ralph Parrlsh Director
the Act of March 3, 1179.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Above is the complete text
MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY NOME OWNED NEWSPAPER of St. Cyr's statement, which he read at the .. .
meeting of the Bradenton Beach City Council. -
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February 11, 1965 TilE ISLANDER Page 3

'ISLAND DAY' FEATURE 'itOet Sells antiCocIzle

Fishing Tournament AddedTo 'Le Its

De Solo CelebrationA And HOW does your garden grow?

Most poinsettias have finished blooming--mine
fishing contest has been added to this year's didn't even, get started this year. However like
annual De Soto Celebration.As all gardeners I'm looking forward ten months to
a feature of "Island Day" Mar. 13. the fishing a perfect December, weatherwlse, so now is the
tournament will be held at Anna Maria City from I .:. !iL 2 time to prune back to live wood. This may meanto
both the Anna Maria Pier and the Rod & Reel
I City within 12 to 18 inches of the ground. The plants
Pier. r- need heavy fertilizing now and a cutting back and
The one-day tournament will start at 7 a.m., and fertilizing again in June or July. If tip cuttingsare
will conclude at 4 p.m. To be eligible all fish must made from July until the middle of September
be caught from one of the two piers, according to y the number of blooms will be increased; if no
Bob Bender tournament chairman.All cuttings are made from July on. the bushes will
who enter must sign registration books on the grow tall and the flowers will be very large.
piers before starting to fish. All fish must be Did you know that the length of the day Influencesthe
weighed in by the 4 p.m. deadline to be eligible. time of bloom? Short days In the fall encouragebud
There Is no entry fee. formation. However plants can be preventedfrom
Prizes will be awarded for the biggest fish of any '.. I blooming by artificially extending the day
species the second biggest fish, the biggest fish ---' length with artificial light. Have you noticed thata
caught by a boy or girl 12 years of age and under, 0( 13 .4 plant near a street or house light blooms later
and the most unusual fish. .:J, than one on the dark side of the house?
The prizes probably fishing tackle or equipment, Part of the cast for "Sunday In New York" the
will be announced later. Bender said. The prizes second production of the season for the Island
will be awarded at 5 p.m.. possibly by De Soto Players to be presented at the Anna Maria Com- r
Queen contestants.On munity House Feb. 23-27. ((1) Jack Dietrich who
the fishing tournament committee, in addition will play the part of Adam Taylor; ((2)) Jim Zerby HI HITucked
to Bender, are Lefty Miller operator of the Anna who will portray Mike Mitchell; (3) Rebecca Sue
Maria City Piec. and Frank Cavendish owner of the Duffy Eileen Taylor and (4) Jerry Saxon who will
Rod & Reel Pier.Legislative. have the role of Russell Wilson.g' 1 \

Hearing A Success Q-J

eKce i away on a page of the Tampa Tribune
Approximately 90 persons attended the third of a THE EDITORA home advertising was this little news item:"Hous
series of four legislative public hearings Saturday by ing developments without trees and shrubs deteriorate
at Anna Maria Elementary School. Both State Sen. into slums at a rate three times as fast as

Ed H. Price Jr. and Rep. Wilbur Boyd said it was Holmes Beach woman who stopped at our officea those that arc planted. Pride in planting seems to
"gratifying to see such a large turnout". Each of few days ago said she had brought her dog to Anna intensify proper upkeep of the home itself thus
the previous two hearings had drawn only 30 or 35 Maria to let him bark a little because It is against preserving and often Increasing real estate valuesIn

people. the law for a dog to bark in Holmes Beach. the area." .
One of the major pieces of proposed legislation .

affecting the Island residents is that proposing Occasionally we see a car with snow tiresas -- Why not start caladlum bulbs in pots this month
abolishing the Anna Maria Island Erosion Prevention a ghastly reminder of the kind of driving one can and help them develop strong root systems before
District and assumption of the authority and obliga- encounter at this season of the year in some of the you plant them In their permanent beds. In sand "
tions of the Legislature-created district by the states to the north. Remember? mixed with peat, plant the knobby aide up. They'll 14 i
Manatee County Commission. be unhappy if left out when the weatherman says I

Clyde Cocbel attorney for the district said that Fans of "Western" action and cowboys etc. are "Cold wave", so pamper them for a little while.
the legislation will have the effect of spreading the in for a treat if they attend the forthcoming Silver To do their best they need an acid soil, filtered

cost of beach erosion control over the entire countytax Spurs Rodeo, scheduled to take place at Klssimmce sunlight and abundant. watering.. .
structure, since the entire County enjoys the the "Cow Capital of Florida" on Friday, Saturdayand
beaches. Sunday Feb. 19-21. An estimated 100 profes- How to keep parsleyl Lorna Karel has the

Fishing Bill IntroducedA sional cowboys, from Florida and other states will answer! She told me so I could share It with you. .
compete for approximately $3,000 in prize money. Buy a large bunch of parsley, ,'
A ... to amend an existing law to close Visitors to the rodeo will also be afforded the wash it. remove all the tou t h
all interior waters of Anna Marla Island to any opportunity of visiting the Kissimmee Valley Live- stems, with a Sc1880fBCut It Into
type of commercial fishing was presented to the stock Show and Osceola County Fair which will be fine pieces and pack it tightly In
Legislative Delegation Saturday at a public hearingat underway Feb. 16-21, at the adjacent Klssimmce a glass coffee jar. Into the I
Anna Maria Elementary School. Valley Livestock pavilion where some of Florida's freezing unit it goes. When she
The proposed legislation would eliminate from the finest cattle will be on exhibit. needs some for soup stew or
present law that paragraph which permits gill salad, she just twists the tinea -

netting in the Bayou between the Island and Key The call is out once more for more paperback of a fork in the jar and fine
Royale if the fishermen remain 100 feet from books for the continuing book sale at the Manatee pieces of fresh parsley fly out
shore or seawall. County Beach pavilion. The sale supports the Island like snowflakes. Mrs. Karel uses the same pro-
Arthur Bonner presented the proposed bill, saying Kiwanis Club's pledge to Happiness House of $750 cedure for the tops of green onions and celery. Aa
that enforcement of the present law has been annually plus scholarships for Island students at the jars empty, she keeps refilling them so the

almost impossible and that the Bayou is not a Manatee Junior College. If you have paperbacks to greens arc always. available.. Got.a better Idea?
natural waterway since it was not navigable until contribute they can be left at the pavilion or If you
dredged! developers of Key Royale. want them picked up call the beach manager or the THOUGHT FOR A SUNSHINY MORNINGIt
Senator Ed H. Price Jr. and Representative Wilbur chairman of the sale, Ed Bauman, at 778-2660and costs me never a stab nor a squirmTo
Boyd said that before they present any such legislation he will make the necessary arrangements. tread by chance upon a worm :
they will require recommendations from the "Aha, my little dear/ I say
Cities of Holmes Beach and Anna Maria within Anyone who wants to send a present back to some "Your clan will pay me back one day. I

whose boundaries the Bayou in question lies. relatives or friends in the north--something that .Dorothy. Parker
Dave Thompson of Bradcnton Beach said that Is reminiscent of Florlda--why not package a littleof
commercial fishermen have been causing great the weather we have had for the past several Sec you next week.
damage sweeping with their long nylon nets every days. No, we don't know how to do It, but we made --C1NN1K
area where they see sports fishermen catching the suggestion and will let you take It from there.
fish with the result that only small fish which
De Soto Discovers Mississippi,
cannot be held by the commercial nets are left REZONING TO BE CONSIDERED .

for sports fishermen to catch. (Continued from Page 1) Succumbs To Fever
Mrs. Bonner said that as result of commercial (Motels, Hotels and Apartments). The request was
fishing in the Bayou porpoises and pelicans no who on
Introduced by B. T. Bowen, owns property OF Till MISSISSIPPI
longer come there for the enjoyment of Island Gulf Drive and who asked for rezoning of a small P NtJCO, AT THE MOUTH
la dead.
do Soto
IUVKH 10, 1343--
residents. "Why should a few men be allowedto area cast of Gulf Drive near 65th Street. ,
destroy our happiness?"" she asked "when Opposed to spot-zoning a small area the board of The leader of the most elaborate exploration ever
burled far to the northof
they have all of Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexicoto aldermen proposed that the rezoning of the larger dispatched by the Spanish IN
fish In." here In the Mississippi River. I
Senator Price stated, "We're concerned, too, area be considered. The story wan told today when a fleet of small

and will do our level best to try to work out a ROBERT J. ANDERSON. 68, A 454 63rd Street boats carrying less than half uf the original after exploring floating-
of bOO arrived In Panuco
solution to the problem. Holmes Beach died Wednesday, Feb. 3, at Me- party
hundred miles down the river.EDITOR'S
Peder Mickelsen. developer of Key Royale, also morial Hospital. Born in Ohio, he came to Holmes even
spoke in favor of the proposed legislation or Beach from Cortland, N. Y., for his second winter believe an
NOTE: This la the way we
enforcement of the law.
present here. lie was a pattern maker for the Champion event In history might have been reported In today'spressif
Bridges To Be Named Sheet Metal Co.; a member of the Palma Sola it had been properly covered by reporters.The .
Presbyterian Church, and a member and past
Official naming of four Manatee County bridges of
president of the Wiseman Branch, YMCA
Florida four
left Ham ago
which yearn
will be accomplished by a bill presented by Attorney Cortland.He party
the Gulf coastof
made its
Clyde Goebel for the Island Cities Saturday, which la survived by his wife Mrs. Mona Anderson. amid great pomp way horses to a pack of
Florida with 200 or more
Rep. Wilbur Boyd says is assured of passage by Funeral services and burial were to be In Cortland. of Soldiers workmenand
hunting dog and a herd hoga. ,
the Legislature.The Bradenton. was In
Grlfflth-CIinc Funeral Home caravel.
proposed legislation will give the bridge priests were with the departing
charge of local arrangements.T of
Then a long trek over part
official names so they can be marked by the State began
this great land arc J. They saw no rich land but only
Road Department which up to this time has
refused to place name signs on any of the bridges.The poor Indian villages where they seized a few red men
bridge between Palma Sola and Perico Islandon whom they compelled to act llI baggage carrlcra.
Manatee Avenue. West will be Palma Sola Bridge; The group wandered through rugged mountain
that between Perico Island and Anna Mari.Island., country starved when food nave out, fought Indian
will be Anna Maria Island Bridge; the Cortez Road r tribes, and after three years reached the MIsU-

bridge between the mainland and Anna Maria Island alppl.
will be Cortez Bridge, and the bridge on State Road Here IXSofo fell alck of fever and died. Ilia
789 between Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key body, in weighted shawls, was dropped Into the
will be the Longboat Key Bridge. river which he di.covered.Thursday .

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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February

Island Woman's Club Meeting Guests at the MotelsMERRIMAC f

Jerry Hussey, a Bradenton attorney, was the ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs.Walter
speaker at a meeting of the Island Woman's Club Skinner of Rochester, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. DavidL. A
last week. Haskell of Manchester, N. H...Mr. and Mrs.
Two new members were welcomed to the club: Gordon Scott of Cowansville, Quebec...R. W. Bull
/ Mrs. C. D. Schnebly of Anna Maria, formerly of and William Bull of Newburgh, N. Y.
1 Oyster Bay, N. Y. and Montreal, and Mrs. Dorothy PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs.GU Ogilvie of Xenia,
/ W. Smith of Holmes Beach, formerly a resident Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Leroy W. Fortier of New s
/ of Cambridge, Mass. Britain, Conn...Mr. and Mrs. James F. Healey of
Guests at the meeting were:Mrs.Robert Wething- East Hartford, Conn. !
: ton, Holmes Beach and Pontiac,Mich.;Mrs. Walter CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
I Botkin of Holmes Beach; Mrs. Russell King of Don Mercer of El Cerrito, Calif...Mrs. H. W. LI
Petoskey, Mich.; Mrs. Paul Eaton of Wakefield, Belcher of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Examusof v
Mass.; Mrs. R. D. Nengan, .Mrs. J. C. Snyder, New York City. ,
Mrs. C. E. Trout, Mrs. Herbert Gilbert and Mrs. HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barneyof
Harold Newton, all of Anna Maria; Mrs. P. Bryce Glendale, Md...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tucker and i
Thomas of Holmes Beach, and Mrs.R.R.Srobeniusof Mr. and Mrs. John Helms of Cedar Rapids,Iowa...
Fort Wayne, Ind. Patrick MacCarthy of Chicago. ._-
Mrs. Earle Andrews and Mrs. Leonard Smith THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. FAMOUS NAME: Seated are Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
were co-chairmen of the refreshment committee. and Mrs. Donald Hortmannof St. Petersburg...Mr. Johnson of Joliet, 111., with their son and daughter-
They were assisted by Mrs. Sidney G. Brown Jr., and Mrs. James E. Wood of Bradenton on their in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwards of Detroit,and
Mrs. Eugene Calkins, Mrs. Fred Chesbro, Miss honeymoon...Dr. H. Philipsborn of Glencoe, 111... the two Edwards children, Don Jr. and Deon. Mr.
Marion Colman, Mrs. Frank Haley and Mrs. Ira Mr. and Mrs. H. Botournag of Montreal...Mr. and Johnson says he has been "L.B.J." longer than any-
Mishler. Mrs. James Cochran and Mrs. F. C. C. Mrs. James Nierman of Yoder,Ind...Mr.and Mrs.F. one else using the initials,and that he is a Republican,
Paetzel poured.A B. Martin of Red Hook, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. and active in party politics in Illinois, but that he
nominating committee was appointed: Mrs. Robert Goucher of Stow, Mass...Mr. and Mrs. hasn't "backed many winners recently." The two
Paetzel, chairman, and Mrs. Archie R. McFaddenand William Pritchett of Bethany Beach,Del...Mr.and families are guests at the S. S. White Sands Motel.
Mrs. J. J. Kelley. Auditing committee for the Mrs. John G. Learmonth of West Newton, Mass... (ISLANDER PHOTO)
year will be: Mrs. Samuel L. Bailey, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. George Conrad of Canton,Mass...Mr.
and Mrs. Robert R. Moses and Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Howard L.Vautherot of Huntington Woods, man of Columbus, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Colby. Mich.S. O'Bryon and Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Schultz of
The club's annual fashion show will take placeat S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dayton, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. K. Ferguson of David-
the Anna Maria Community House at 1:30 p.m., Piquette of Willlmansett, Mass...Mr. and Mrs.R. son, Mich. ..Robert Paul Smith of New York City...
Friday, Mar. 19. W. Vanderbilt of Garden City, L. I.,N. Y. ..Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fulton of Nova Scotia...Mr and!
and Mrs. W. W.Baum of McKeesport,Pa...Mr.and Mrs. Floyd R. Crandall of Toledo, Ohio...Mr. and!
Anna Maria Garden ClubThe Mrs. Edward L. Kemp of West Mifflin Pa...Mr. Mrs. R. Chapman of Huntsville Ala...Mr. and Mrs./
and Mrs. J. K. Allen of Pittsburgh...Mr. and Mrs.A. Harold Valentine of West Orange N. J...Mr. an
Anna Maria Garden Club will meet at the Balthazard of Chicopee, Mass. Mrs. Newton Lewis of Quaker Hill, Conn...Mr an (
Anna Maria Community House at 2 p.m.,Wednesday, GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Edmund Radke of Aurelia,Iowa...Mr.and Mrsj ,.
Feb. 17. Mrs. W. C. Johnston, president of the Hoyt and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gorman of Troy, A. Wilkins of Morrison, 111., and family...Mr. an I
Bradenton Garden Club, will speak at the meeting, N. Y. Mrs. Julius Feldman of Longboat Key. "'I,
and will be assisted by Mrs. Vera Marley. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Bruha of SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Folk of '
Mrs. Johnston will talk on Flower Arrangements, LaCrosse, Wis...Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Morgan of Massapequa, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Dolin-'
in anticipation of the club's annual flower show, Owosso, Mich..Mr. and Mrs. William Erny of sky of Point Pleasant, N. J.
which will be held Wednesday, Mar. 17. East Dorset, Vt. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Walter
During the program,flower arrangements relatingto ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lang of Syracuse, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
several of the categories in this year's show Crisp of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Doughty, Mrs. Eleanor Snow and Mrs. Ida Stevens
will be made. Both Mrs. Johnston and Mrs.Marley Slater of Cornwall on Hudson, N.Y...Mr.and Mrs. Orr's Island, Me. .Mr. and Mrs. J.L.Greenwood of
are well known in garden club work and have hada Robert Phillips of Port Huron,Mich...Mr.and Mrs.L. Windsor, Ont...Mr. and Mrs. S. Stout of North
great deal of experience. E. Capllng of Harbor Beach, Mich. ..Mr. and Webster, Ind.
Everyone interested in attending the meeting is Mrs. Richard C. Hill of Sudbury, Mass...Mr. and SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mrs. Lillian Lantz and
cordially invited to do so. Mrs. Claude Teachout of Clermont,and son Michael. Mrs. Anna Jackson of Eagle River, Wis...Mr. and
EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dumontand Mrs. Warren Fenn of Battle Creek, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Knutson of Ottawa, 111. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. P.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sasgen of Chicago. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Schussel of
Doan of Owosso, Mich. .Mr.and Mrs.J.H.Marsh- Neenah, Wis.
;I II Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT: [Golden Opportunity Days
I First Can-$2.25-Each Additional Con-Si.00
Tlck.t> may b. purchos.d at B & K Hardwar


Be1lu 8J DRY
POINT Phone 778-1944 ... lASHER

:5340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
TO THE (Opposite the Shopping Center)


Water Softeners and Filters

Huffy in now while they last.'
Fully Guaranteed




I New Deep Action Agitator-
FUNERAL HOMES creates jet currents for"deep
: action" cleaning
NEW ,j I Jet.Away lint removal-ne4'
Stop In1i F PATENTED no lint trap.
Jet-spin assures quick drying
Jet.simple mechanism hu
-4 srrr E52 5 c *s iw j fewer parts for top dependability

24 HOUR Ambulance Service L !

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T.U.W.: 771-2111 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 4 colon or wlntel



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Anne Maria Island


778.2414 Authorized

FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer
Meat,.,: Ftd r.l Deposit ImvraiK C.rp.r.tio 5500 MARINA DRIVE
5600 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach

Thursday February 11, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page

Anna Maria City Audit ReportINCOME Guests at the Motels

Ad Valorem Tax 20369.84 Don G. Tanner of Mason, Mich.. .Mr and Mrs.
Licenses 4920.00 Edson L. Doty of Findlay, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.
Building Permits 2078.05 Steve Weinert of Lake Village, Ind. ..Mr. and Mrs.
City Pier Rent 900.00 Evan Cannon of Vlncennes, Ind
Road & Bridge Tax 6006.58 BEARD COTTAGES: Mr. andMrs. Harold Curtis
Cigarette Tax 8094.72 and Mr. and Mrs. William MacCormachie Paris
Light Franchise 3981.89 Ontario.
Community Hall Rent 268.00 PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Davisof
Miscellaneous Receipts 856.79 Rockwood, Me.
Police Fines 510.00 TROPICAL VISTA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Reimbursement Paving 7872.36 S. Griffith of Cincinnati.. .Mr. and Mrs. A.
Vorhes of Garden City, Iowa.
TOTAL 655,858.23 McINTOSH COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bartolotta of Elizabethville. N. Y., and family.
Electricity $ 2,416.63 man of Winter Park. ..Mr. and Mrs. Nels Olanderof
City Pier 720.82 v International Falls, Minn. ..Mr and Mrs. Myre
Water 224.61 Haag of Fort Wayne, Ind...Mr and Mrs. Dallas
Telephone 45.50 ". "':;/',. Stone of Deland. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barker of
Salaries 11,838.75Tree .e .t ", Toronto, Ont. .Norman S. Cassidy of Amesbury,
Removal 4,340.00 : ",, Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson of Liberty-

Streets, Drainage, Bridges 20,192.64 L :' ville, 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hoke of Orlando. ..
Community Hall 288.96 .. .. ..".,.. John DeVecka of Newark N.J. .Mr. and Mrs.Jack
Office Supplies & Expense 772.51 :' ...... :. .... lick of Rochester Ind...Mrs. C. Knarr Miss
Legal & Audit 1,350.00 : : ::, Eallnor Mowers and Miss Edna Hampson of Mans-
Insurance 1,090.90Repair .' '''7'4',. .. field Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Parker of Rock
: IIt ,,
City Equipment 1,014.96New "":' "". "",:, ..' :.," .; Island 111. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cayof Castletonon
Equipment 3,000.00Advertising ',1.<, '' -)...,. Hudson N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. ThomasR.Maherand
e..1 \ .
196.94 'f. ""Ii.., .... .... ..'. "" ,.,":, -'....' --0.. ) Simon S. Maher of St.Mary-of-the-Woods.
City Park 818.55 1l'.. .' .P' .. !t .... .... .. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Catlett of Farmington,Mich...
:1t -r-
Police 1,363.28 a'r" : ... .."=,,,.".". ., '. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thrun of Orlando. .. Mr. and
...' : 0
...: ,.,... "
.. ,lilt -', Mrs. Richard
.. L.Goodwin of
Miscellaneous 3,753.22S. C:, #' .. '. ; .." Indian River City...Mr.
.. ''
S. Tax & Administrative Exp. 562.23 ..., ,,..'t" "'l':" .' -. .".. and Mrs. Harry Denley of Belvedere, 111.
Contingencies 600.00 ......4t.. "'. ,: .. .. r -- ...: "" SPEER DUPLEX: Mrs. Betty DeWitt of Bellaire,
Mosquito Control 977.52 ... tfI..c. .'" -- .........,..:" Mich., for four months.

Youth Center 1,000.00 AN ISLAND ORIGINAL: Gladys Steube of Bradenton INFIELD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Erosion Control 1,350.00 Barrett of Keene, N. II.
a member of The ISLANDER staff models a sun back
Building Inspector 1,056.98 dress designed by Irene Cassady, proprietor of OUTFIELD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. David Friedof
Sanitation Service 120.00 IRENE'S in the Holmes Beach Shopping Center. The Casco, Me.

Shop 18.00 sketching of the design was done by Shirley
Duytschaver of the Sand Dollar Gift Shop, and the Island Air Taxi Service
TOTAL 59113.00 dress was made by Flair of Miami. It is sold on the
above is record of the actual and
The a receipts
West Coast of Florida only by (ISLANDER
expenditures of the City of Anna Maria for the year

ending Oct. 31, 1964. The auditor's report shows the PHOTO-. ..-.0.) .,.... .. '. ., CALL
city started Its fiscal year with a balance of $11,254, .Q .... "
and ended the year with a balance of $8,362. -. .. ,. "..i..:'".... .,. '-t:7p.. ., 778-3132 1

Reasoner Anson I :.. ". ,M1'. .i':">,': (.j... l Y "..' Holmes Beach Air Strip

7G l Vi 4' < tr HOWELL AIR INC.
3 L6P7"r
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744-0651 or 746-9110 after SniXlEGRANDE 457.62nd St. HOLMES BEACH

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AI' 8 to 8 Weekdays phone 778-1411

k). ,Ht 8 to 2 Sundays Nights 778.2075


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TOOTH HUSH 116 $1..'5

From Is yiw wife still tied ti a rile if the past ? CANNON BATH TOWELS 116 fit 59

Free h T from outdated unrx.Y+wry drudarry with a ftAnwlftlll
automatic f'1f"ctric.dryf'1' Coata only about 5I'| f lod--and VALENTINE CARDS
delivers laundry aurtthinr-frtmh and dry rain or 4rine. Jrt on*.
Save wear and tear on your lit icirl And send, your clothespins .-
to the mu rum.

frr the nrunt tnruwtioni I/I imprvird, auUtawltc flamtlrtt electric Schrafft's & Whitman
dryers at ynur applianerFLORIDA drnlerr.
69c to $10.00

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2-24 Sweeta $2.00

At. pies 1-100 Swetta Tabs veil! : 9Ta



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THE ISLANDER Thursday, February n.
e6 1965
.... -

All About People. .
B. B. Audit ReportINCOME


: -or Holmes Beach is a patient at Manatee Memorial t W1

Occupational Licenses $ KS'S Hospital. It is understood he is being treated fora ---

Court Fines serious bronchial ailment.

Electrical Permits 178.95 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAGUE of 78th Street,

Plumbing Permits 263.75 Holmes Beach, have as guests for two weeks, Mr.

Building Permits 569.84!! and Mrs. Elwood Grim of Leavittown, Pa. .

Electric Franchise 4,552.46County MR. AND MRS. MILTON MORGAN of Owosso

Road & Bridge Tax 4,738.50 Mich., are vacationing for two weeks at their homeon

Sanitation Charges 10,002.58 North Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria.

Cigarette Tax 16f3SS'X MR. AND MRS. PAUL H. FRICK of Wynne wood,

Pier 2% of Gross Earnings oSS'li I Pa., are expected soon,to occupy their home on

Interest on Savings Accounts /3e! J Shell Drive, Holmes Beach for two months.

Miscellaneous Sales j. DR. TOM OUTLAND of Harrisburg, Pa., will

License Gulf Trailer Park 50.00 join Mrs. Outland this week at their home at

Mosquito Control Contributions 472.86 Seaside Gardens, Holmes Beach, and will spend

'several weeks here. ,
TOTAL $50,032.06 MR. AND MRS. STEVE SCHIRO of Tampa, and Jig, r T 4 A

1 family, plan to move into their newly built homeon

DISBURSEMENTS: Bay Boulevard South, Anna Maria, and will make

Sanitation: i their permanent residence on the Island.

Salaries & Wages $ 6,895.70 RALPH PARRISH of Anna Maria returned home

Other Expenses 2,496.62 ]Monday from Manatee Memorial Hospital, where he Aspirants for the title of "Miss Anna Maria Island

Mosquito Control 549.71 ,underwent surgery a few days ago. Teen Queen" are, left to right: Lynn Benjamin,

Insurance 1,004.13 MR. AND MRS. RONALD KILBERG of Holmes Cynthia Teel, Shirley Van Ostenbridge, Kathy Shana-

Streets & Roads 7,158.70 Beach became parents of a daughter, Shawn Sheree, felt and Jean Witt. Finalist will be chosen Friday

Lighting 2144.63 who was born at Manatee Memorial Hospital, evening, Feb. 12. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Administrative: Monday Feb. 1.

Salaries & Wages 2,637.00 MR. AND, MRS. DAN LYNCH of Winston-Salem, MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. MILLS have returnedto

Postage 111.38 N., C., are vacationing on the Island for two months, their home on 59th Street, Holmes Beach, where
Office Supplies & Expense 137.44 will until July. They have been
and are staying on Haverkos Court, Holmes Beach. they stay in London,

Printing nnn'nn 87.33 MRS. LILY FRINK of North Shore Drive, Anna Ky., Granville, Tenn., and Whiteville and Oxford,

Library Donation oTeTx? Maria, has as her guest, her sister, Mrs. A. C. N. C. for six months.

Hardware & Minor Repairs, etc. 315.64 Kelly of Chattanooga, who plans to spend the win- MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAIG RAMAGE of

Audit 250.00 ter on the Island. Youngstown, Ohio, have returned to spend the winteron

Dues 62.00 Seahorse Lane, Holmes Beach.

Signs & Street Markers 194.76 .

Transportation 549.80 LEGAL NOTICE

Bulkhead 837.00

Drawings New Office Building 225.00 ORDINANCE NO. 121
Safety: GOVERNING THE ERECTION OF SIGNS PROVIDINGFOR (5) Bulletin boards and identification signs for public charitable
Police Salaries & Wages 4476.87 SIGN PERMITS AND FEES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH religious Institution located on the premises of said Institution and not
Other 1,453.93 PERMITS PROVIDING FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF THEORDINANCE exceeding twelve (12) square feet In area.
Expenses AND THE EFFECTIVE DATE: THEREOF (6) Building contractors aub-contractora and architects or engineers
Recreation 110.33 WHEREAS the unrestricted erection and placement of signs within the i may during the period of actual construction but not lo exceed six months
Playground Accessories 41.92 City of Holmes Beach. Florida would create traffic hazards and would also I place one sign not over eight (8) square feet In area on the property where
Interfere with the prompt and efficient operation of he Fire and Police I the building la under construction
Drainage & Sewer Expense 438.96 Department, and B. Prohibited signs.I .
Legal Services & Expense 900.00 WHEREAS It I Is In the Interest of the public health and safety that the (I II Activated algns except those coming within the provisions of
erection of such signs be regulated, Section II. Paragraph IA (5) and (6) above and C(2 below.
Advertising: NOW THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN (2) Any sign exceeding five square feet In area except those coming
Youth Center 400.00 OF THE CITY OF HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA. AS FOLLOWS 'within the provisions of Section ID. Paragraph I A (S) and (A) above,
SECTION I DEFINITIONS. 'and C(2)( and (3) below.
DeSoto Celebration 250.00 Clans A Signs Shall Include all signs advertising a product or Item (3) Claaa "B" algn. Off-location advertising directional or any
Other Advertising 1,185.63 for sale or rent or a service to be rendered on the Immediate premise 'other signs are prohibited In residential areas and not subject the Board
where the sign la located. 'of Aldermen's approval for special exceptions.
Inspection: Claaa B Signs Shall Include all signs advertising a product or Item C. Signs requiring permits and the approval of the City Council.
Electrical 300.00 for sale or rent or service to be rendered at a location other than on the (1)) Any "FOR SALE" or "FOR RENT, or "OPEN HOUSE"slgi
300.00 premises on which the sign la located. (exceeding one and one-half (I.1/11.qulr' feet In area and) not exceeding
Plumbing Activated Signs Any sign of which all or any part thereof revolves or I five (S) square feel In area, except owners For Sale or For Rent ilgn.
Building 470.33 move, and any sign which contains or uses for Illumination any light or I No more than one such sign shall be permitted for each house or lot.
lighting device. (2) Development and Subdivision algna. activated or non-activated
Social Security Taxes 533.04 Open House Sign A sign bearing two word "OPEN HOUSE", with 'erected and In use and authorized prior to final adoption of this Ordinance
Pier Maintenance 98.00 or without an arrow and bearing no other word. and located on the provided i that such signs see maintained In good repair and ,tppr.,_.
Transfers premises of the houM offered for In.pvetton. and are at least two hundred (200) feet from any huu>* or r..tte..c..
r For Rent Sign: A sign bearing only the word "FOR RENT" and In the event such signs are allowed lo deteriorate or fall Into disrepair" ,
To Mortgage Amortization Fund 1,500.00 located on the premise ao offered. 'or If a house or residence Is constructed within 200 feet of such .lln.
I To Trucks & Equipment Fund 600.00 For Sale Sign A sign bearing only the words "FOR SALE" and the sign will be considered In violation and will be removed Immediately.
located on the premise *o offered. (3)) Horn Industry signs exceeding one and onellaif12) square
I. Real Estate Signs A sign offering for aale for lease or for rent the feet but not exceeding sixteen (16) square feel In arta.
TOTAL $39,615.85The exact property on which the sign Is placed and bearing the name of the D. Any sign visible from the street whether located In a yard garage,
agent or real estate firm offering the property for sale, lease or rent. window or on a building comes within the provisions of this Ordinance.
These are considered Class A signs. 2. A-l. Hotel Motel District.

above is a record of the actual receipts and Directional Signs Any sign giving Instruction as to the location of A. Exempted Signs-Same aa In Section II, paragraph 1, R-l, R-IA
a place, event or meeting or the direction thereof from the sign location ft-ID ft.?. R-3 and A-2 Districts.B. .
expenditures of the City of Bradenton Beach for the and not located on the premise Prohibited Signs.
calendar Snipe Sign Any small sign of any material, Including paper cardboard (1))
year 1964, the city's fiscal year. Theauditor's Any .Ign exceeding thirty-two (32) square feel.
wood or metal and nailed or attached
lacked to
tree or pole. (2) of
Any algns the total of which
group area exceeds forty IW
report shows that the city started its year Sign Area The area U a sign shall be considered as the area of the square feet In area.

with a total of $17,455.10 on hand, and finished the enclose smallest the rectangle outside perimeter with one of edge the horizontal overall which will completely (3)) Class "B" Signs.

year with a total of $29,912.96 on hand. if any SECTION but excluding H -GI.NERAL.A. supports and brace*. sign. Including the border C. Signs) Any Class requiring"A permit Sign other and approval than exempted of the City signs.Council.II .

i (2)) Directional algns. Application must be accompanied by written
Sign which
were legal the
prior to adoption of this Ordinance and I permit of the property owner.D. .
which are Illegal under provision of this
i Ordinance
shall be removed Any sign visible from the street whether located In a yard
within six (s) months after adoption of this Ordinance garage
I of the sign permit, unless extension for such or upon expiration window or on a building cornea within the provisions of this Ordinance.
non-conformance be 3.
I by the Hoard of Aldermen. C-I. C-2. C-3 Commercial Districts.
B. Signs which were A. Exempted Sign. Same aa In Section III, Paragraph IA. R-I. R-M.
prior in adoption of this
Ordinance and I R-IB. R2. R-J.nd A-2 Districts.
which are Illegal under provisions of this Ordinance
Immediately.C. shall be removed 111511111.I attached lo walls or window and extending no more than
six (I>) Inches from such windows or walls. No street
Signs which were sign fronting on any
Illegal to
prior adoption of this
Ordinance and I or public right-of-way shall
exceed two hundred f..II" area.
which (200)
are legal under rf square
provisions> < this
Ordinance be
provided a proper permit (If may left In place B. Signs requiring permit and approval of the Board of Aldermen
required) la obtained
BEST PUCE TO after adoption of this Ordinance. within fttmy'OO) days i (1)I Class A" signs other than exempted algna. Such signs shall nut
U. Signs shall be kept In good repair and thirty-two (32) square feel In area.
appearance. Signs which are (2) Class "B"
not kepi in good repair or appearance shall be signs No Class "B" sign will exceed thirty-two (32)
this Ordinance. considered In violation of f square feel In area nor be located within two hundred (200) feel irf any
E. The owner and/or of the other Claaa "B" sign or any Class "A" algn. Permits are valid for <**
FINANCE agent premises on which a sign I. l.cated I to exceed one year
i A HOME IN Is responsible thai the sign comply with all provision of these
F. The sign permit. If required shall be regulations. Directional signs No directional signs will exceed five (M square
permanently affixed) to the i feet In area.SECTEIN.
sign during the life of the permit.G. .
No ground sign shall be erected within five (S) feet of IV APPLICATIONS FOR PERMITS.
any street l I. Applications for sign permit will be the Clerk
right-of-way. No ground sign exceeding two and submitted 10 City
MANATEE COUNTY height shall be erected within the triangular one-half bounded(2-1/2)feet In i not leas than twenty-one (21) days prior to the date U Is desired to
space by two inter erect the
i sign. Appllcstlons for
Claas "D"
secting street right-of-way lines and a straight line signs will be accompanied
connecting two
by written
t>n the street right-of-way lines points pcrmtaslon of the property owner.
twenty-flve (23) feet from the of I 2.
i Intersection. point The fee will not accompany the application. If the applicationuapproved
II. No sign shall be erected or maintained the permit will be Issued upon payment of the fee. In the
.1 location
I reason d the poauion illumination shape. or color II any where b y event the fee la not paid within thirty (]O) days after approval of the
may interfere with
I llb.UUCI the view of or be contused with application the approval will be considered automatically cancelled.
any authorized traffic Hgn. SECTION V
signal or tk-Ylce. nor ahlI ....
II m" cf the words "STOP" '
.Looll .
es "DANGER" signs No fee.
or other
I manner .. to Interfere any with,word mislead phrase or confuse. symbol traffic or character In such a l 2. Political ai,,,.: Na fee.

I. Any lights used fur sign Illumination shall be 3. Activated signs: An additional of $ .00 la Charged for activated
concentrate the Illumination upon the so designed aa lo signs. This fee Include any electrical or other Inspection that may be
sign and shall nut glare upon a required
street waterway, or adjacent property
J. The .. Class "A" signs: Two Dollars
Gr erection of signs per sign.
advertising the
apartment house or rooming house Is prohibited.rates of any hotel motel, 3. Class "B" signs Two Dollars plus One Dollar per square foot per
K. Any billboard sign per year
or other structure capable of
matter and which bearing adwrtlalng 1 6. Directional signs: Two Dollars
appears to have been per sign.
erected for
purpose, comes Real
under the Estate Slgnsi Threw real
provisions of this Ordinance whether lettering per sign except that any
on the actually appears. estate agent having occupational license
or structure or not. Issued by the City of Holmes
L. City Beach may be Issued five (51 permits without
Property and charge
public rights-of .
No sign shall be erected .. Permits
on city property or public rtghts-of.way or for Class "B" signs shall be for one year only. Permit
'I waterway .acf'JIIlraNIC and for Class "A"
directional sign and other signs that may be erected by the Slate Rosd shall Itt for signs Including directional signs and Real Estate sis"
Department or the City of Holmes DeKh. These shall a period of one year. P.rmll..1II be from January 31 rG
I advertising signs.M. not Include commercial December 31. Permits Issued after July I shall be half price.

Political Signs. TIM City Building Inspector may...., without SECTION VI ENFORCEMENT.
cost. I.
permits for erecting political signs not exceeding five Any person violating the provisions of this Ordinance.or Inurferf<
feet with
square In the
area. No> such removal of a sign which doe.
sign may be erected sooner than forty-five si not conform lo the Ordinancer
I lo the election and all such sign shall be removed within(41) days prior thirty (J) days written notice shall lie dem-d guilty of a m-s-
1I I the election. hours arts demeanor and upon conviction thereof T_
Applications will be accompanied by written nosy be fined not more this
perm Its Ion of Hundred
I the property owner. No permit will be Issued for Fifty Dollars (WVXOO or be imprisoned for not mxe this
I II I d b*way.erected in any residential district or City property any political or public sun rightStCTION to thirty Court. ()) days or both fined and Imprisoned In.... discretion of 1M

I DISTRICT SIGN REGULATIONS. 2. Any sign which fails lo comply with all the provisions of iu
I I. R .I. R-IA. 1'-10.1'.2. R.I.nd A-2 DUtrtcis. Ordinance snail. b* removed by the City Marshal or Chief of Ponce
A. Exempted signs. The following types of signs may be at the request of the Building Inspector, after thirty ()I'll"> '. wrine
erected notice has
I ben
without a permit given the owner. Suck: removal dues tm esemp* 1M
I &I I) Name atgns. Indicating the same of the owner or owner from the punitive provisions of this Ordinance
to exceed one and half occupant. not SECTION VIL
one (I-I/Die*! In area.
I Ut Horn occupation signs, lo indicate home occupation .. I. All Ordinances or pans of Ordinances confUciwlrn or /,(.."' *"*
I in current Zoning Regulations, not to exceed one and _-11I11 permitted(1-1/2) MIll the provisions of its Ordinance are herd repealed.
(3) One "FOR SALE" sign or one "FOR RENT" /s/ Merrill M. Trio
sign MM to
five (M square feel in area, for each lui or house 10 offered President. Board of Aldermen
I only by owner ATTEST: Pauline H. Archer
(ft Not lo exceed two "OPEN MOUSE" City Clerk
I exceed one and _.11I11 (1-1/7) feet signs. Hillier of wntck APPROVED by use. this Sin day d January. 1M'
square In
I area. per bous* offered /./ Elmer C, Tag


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February 11, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7
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Searchers Uncover Wealth IN Florida Waters 'Sunday In New York' I

Now Rehearsed"Sunday
Lost IB Eighteenth Century Storms Being
in New York"by light, no curtains.A stage
I In July, 1715 eleven Spanish galleons richly Norman Krasna the crew of four people will
laden with gold, silver and other precious articles second production of the do all the changing. It is
were caught up in the fury of a hurricane in the V-v winter season by the Island a long play,and the great-
Atlantic off what is now Fort Pierce. Ten of Players is now in est difficulty will be to
the ships were destroyed and took their treasureto rehearsal. synchronize all the
the ocean floor. Director Harold Igo has necessary changes.
Much of that treasure and that from many other announced the cast. Re- Betty Hoyle,a Veteran
vessels, still rests on the ocean bottom today becca Sue Duffy will play stage manager for other
but a private concern working under a lease from the feminine lead,the roleof plays, will handle that Job
the State of Florida Is systematically carryingon Y rya Eileen Taylor. Jerry once again; John Maner
salvage operations on this fleet. One-fourth of Y Saxon will take the part of and Jerry Spencer will
its find goes to the State. Russell Wilson; James manage the lights, and
This is how Florida manages treasure huntingoff Zerby, that of Mike Mit- Mrs. Barbara Zerby and
her shores. Salvage leases are granted by the chell; Jack Dietrich, Mrs.Judy McCormick are
State Cabinet serving as Trustees of the Internal Adam Taylor; Lois Wil- to handle sound cues.
Improvement Fund to single individuals, firms or kinson, usherette geisha;
corporations. They first take out an exploratorylease Jerry Spencer, bus pas- VICE MAYOR. .
to search for off-shore wrecks. When a senger, waiter, proprietor -
wreck is located an exclusive lease is granted, ; John Shallow bus (Continued from Page 1)
giving the holder the sole right to salvage at the driver and head usher, 20th Drive and in so
particular site designated. are also interested In the history of the wrecks. and Elaine Smith, bus doing, had installeda
Some have traveled to Spain to check historic passenger and attendant. drain through a nearby
records for the names of vessels, records of the "Sunday" Is a modern seawall. The drain and
cargoes, and the size of their crews. comedy that recently hada other work connected with
Searchers also are exploring the floor of the Gulf very successful Broad- the project had caused
of Mexico, as well as the Atlantic. Most of the way run. It makes use of some unintended damage.
treasure has come from Spanish ships, believedto the Chinese Theatre tech- Roat asked that the situa-
be victims of hurricanes in the early 1700s, but nique, involving much tion be corrected,pointingout
some United States gold from a Confederate vessel scene changing and many that the drain did not
also has been salvaged. technical cues and sound work and that it was "an
There have been estimates that nearly$400 million recordings.Igo eyesore."
worth of gold and silver sank with doomed Spanish believes this is the Bill Barrett asked what
ships en route from the New World to Spain. It is first time this play has action could be taken by
.. .
.: -.I almost certain there will be an increase in treasure been produced in this gen- the city to help eliminate
hunting in Florida waters. There will be adventure, eral area. It will be a mosquitoes in a wilderness -
and perhaps profit for some, but to the State this "sound and light" play, area north and east
Florida's share of the fabulous treasure recoveredoff search will turn up lost pages of its early history, and will require consider- of his residence on Gulf
Fort Pierce to date was displayed recently in and will provide a wealth of artifacts to supply the able ingenuity in sound Drive. Kraft said the city
Tallahassee.It museums of the state,for everyone to see and enjoy. and light handling.Sounds would seek help from
included ornate gold necklaces of intricatelywoven will be selected from a Larry Rhodes, the county
design. Much of the treasure trove is in two and one-half hour mosquito control direc-
gold coins called escudos. Eight escudo pieces, r score; There will be New tor.Kraft
worth about sixteen dollars at the time they were .. York traffic sounds, Japanese also told that the
lost 250 years ago, are much more valuable on music, and lots of State Board of Health had
, today's rare coin market. It is feared by some dance music. asked that all householders -
that the large find of old pieces might depressthe There also will be some check their premises
market value of these coins, but Florida is challenge in working on and eliminate or correct
going to do its part to prevent that by preserving rm scene settings. Scenes possible areas where
its share as historical artifacts and not sell them. will be changed In half mosquitoes could breed.
Some of the treasure, such as a nine-pound disc of
I silver that was recovered, is not minted, but most ERNIE'S'
of it had been formed into coins. DRIFTWOODGALLE'liES
I Artifacts brought up from the underwater site CAMERA SHOP
Include many objects of archaeological value. Many .
metal objects are thickly encrusted with a coral-like DEVELOPING. 24 HOURS Interfiling, Unusual
substance.The Cl r A BI.ck and Whlt it Treasured
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 11, 1965

......, ,.:
; .>. 'J'l' "Birds of the West Coastof I
Florida" will be the The regular monthly meeting of the Episcopal
program presented by the Churchwomen of the Church of The Annunciationwas
Island Garden Club at the held at the parish house of the church last week.
.p ti t Island School Auditorium Mrs. Edward Lee, the new president of the group,
Friday, Feb. 19. In placeof was in the chair. Mrs. Alan Mackenzie led the \
the regular club meet- devotions, and Mrs. B.C.Booth gave an informative
ing and potluck supper a report on the recent Deanery meeting in Clearwater.Mrs. .
social hour will be held at Robert Moses,co-chairman with Mrs. Roy A.
.7 p.m., at which time, Parker of the annual Food Festival,to be held at the
coffee and homemade pie parish house on Friday, Feb. 12, presented her
will be served. The pro- completed plans, gave final instructions,and prom-
f. gram will start promptlyat ised "plenty of goodies" for the festival.
8 p.m. Mrs. Booth and Mrs.H.M.Chapman,cochairmenfor
Allen S. Hitch, former the Eighth Annual Tour of Homes,which will take
Al, president of the Manatee place on Sunday, Mar. 7, discussed tentative
County Audubon Society, arrangements for that event. Theme of the exhibit,
will illustrate his talk to be part of the tour, will be "Travelers' Trea-
sr with beautiful color slidesof sures. Anyone having interesting artifacts from
both land and water other countries, or from the far ends of this
birds. The individualcharacteristics country, who would like to share their pleasure in
of the such possessions, is asked to contact either Mrs.
1 1t. various birds, their Mackenzie, 778-2454, in the forenoon;or Mrs.N.H.
H habits, food, and where Schafer, 778-1883, in the afternoon or evening. An
they live in winter and in early call will be appreciated.
____ t._ summer, will be subjects
covered in Hitch's talk. Sewing Session For VeteransA
A question and answer
period is planned. sewing session was held recently at the homeof
GOLF CLUB OR HOMESITES? "The club is fortunate," Mrs. Harry McCallum of Anna Maria. Lap
The developers of Key Royale announced the development company will be in a said Mrs. K. W. Sten- robes for the veterans at Bay Pines Hospital in
this week that they have begun position to help expedite the buildingof strom, chairman of the St. Petersburg were made as a project of the
clearing the site for the proposed golf the course. Howard Adams, tem- program committee, "in Island Woman s Club. A total of 24 robes were
and country club. Peder Mickelsen, porary chairman of the organizing having such a well quali- completed, and more are in the making. They will
president of Key Royale, Inc., committee, said this week that he is fied person to enlightenus be delivered to the hospital on Thursday, Feb. 25.
Indicated that the goal of the golf club receiving pledges each day which on the birds we see on Women who took part in the sewing session were:
organizers has not been reached, but bring the charter membership nearer and around the Island.Mr. Mrs. Anna Holmes, Mrs. Edward Chandler, Mrs.
that whey they do reach their goal its goal. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Hitch was voted 'Conser- Ludwig Hildebrandt, Mrs. Mable Williams, Mrs.
vationist of the Year' in Jeannette White, Mrs. Edith Pizer and Mrs.
1964, by the Committee of McCallum.
About People Florida Wildlife Federa-
tion and the Sears, High Twelve Ladies' DayThe
Roebuck Foundation. He
58th Street, Holmes also is the author of the Island High Twelve Club will meet at noon,
Beach, was the winner of book 'Conservation and Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club.
5,000 trading stamps at You,' published last June. The club a first Ladies' Day since December will be
last week's opening of the We feel that this will be a observed, with the wives and guests of members
Betty Brite Cleaners in rare treat for our mem- invited.A .
Holmes Beach. bers and for all visitorsto motion picture "Cruises in the Caribbean," will
MR. AND MRS. FRANK the Island, who are be shown and narrated by Angel Huerta, who is
CALUGI have returned to cordially Invited." connected with the Eastern Steamship Co.of Miami.At I
the Island from Westfield, Mrs. S. Norman Rose- the meeting of the following week,on Thursday,
I Wis., to spend the winterin dale will entertain at the Feb. 18, the speaker will be Robert E. Knowles of
Anna Maria. organ. A donation of $1 Bradenton an attorney and former State Legislator,
MR.AND MRS.NORMAN per person Is requested, who will use as the subject of his talk, "United
TAYLOR of Sturgeon Bay, from those who attend. States Presidents in Masonry." .
Wis., are visiting Mr.Taylor' ;
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JD MIXED LEAGUEr K. Ferguson 153 F. Davidson 160 The ISLANDER 27 I
a ough it halved Its B. Reinel 160 Roser Men's Club 26
Connick's TV HIGH SERIES ... ... .
with (WOMEN)
A >Island Mixed League W. Miller 498B. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE TOP TEN GAMES !
lay evening, the Islands Carter 451 City Pier Island Furn. B. Arkebauer 222B. r
Supply team hungto R. Haverkos 436J. Island Trader B& K Hdw. Guild 213R.
first place in the Connick 428 Is. Pharmacy Connick'sSand Haynes 211 I
igue standings. High D. Davidson 427 Bar Linen Rental Arkebauer 210
res In the match were P. Hottman 426P. Bayou Marina Is.Marine W. Gray 21PA. I
[ask Moc, 192-554 ford Geyer 425D. Dick Wagner Schuchard Schumaker 204
Marine and Dick Bower 414P. ft # # C. Chapman 202E.
nick 211-565. Chapman 408 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE Haverkos 202
er scores were: Anna K. Ferguson 401 Schuchard Plumbing retained K. P. Smith 200F.
ia City Pier 3, Schud Its hold on first Moc 198S.
Plumbing 1. (Earler HIGH GAMES (MEN) place In the Island Bowling Alex 198TOP i,, ,
188, Wanda Mil- B. Guild 213 League Monday eveningby a :
_ 498; Bob Guild, 213- D. Connick 211 winning three points In TEN SERIESB.
t D. Connick 203R. Its match with VanOstenb Guild 600B.
bb's Island Pharmacy Ferguson 203 ridge Builders. High Arkebauer 577J.
Inen Rental Service 0. W. Warner 198R. scores In the match were Eddowes 555C.
ink Davidson, 186- Ferguson 193F. Byron Arkebauer, 222- Chapman 549T.
Chick Chapman 155- Moc 192 577, and Chick Chapman, Edwards 547A. Birthday party last week at the Gulf Terrace was In
E. Carter 188 202-549. Rasmussen 543E. observance of the 89th birthday of Capt. N. D.
:k Wagner Realty 4, L. Hanson 188F. Other scores: Tropical Haverkos 535F. Wilkes of 2813 Avenue E, Bradenton Beach. Left to
ind Trader 0. (Bud Davidson 186 Vista 3, Island Bank 1. Moc 534J. right, standing, are: Mrs. Bess Dhotre of Sarasota,
lan. 179-511; Bob Bob Guild, 213-600; Duytschaver 528S. whose birthday fell on the same day as Wilkes'; Dr.
kel, 160-446)). HIGH SERIES (MEN) Frank Davidson, 178Jim Alex 527A. Alfons R. Dacon of Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
K Hardware 3,Island D. Connick 565B. Joyce, 499). Schumaker 527 Williams of Bradenton Beach;Norman"Doc"Searcyof
fnlture Center 1.yd Guild 557F. Island Marine Supply 3, Bradenton Beach; Mrs. Bacon, and Marge Heenan.
_. Hanson, 188-511; Moc 554R. Gray's Econowash 1. TOP AVERAGESA. Seated are Mrs. Searcy and Capt. Wllkes. (Islander
___ Ferguson 203-535). Ferguson 535F. (Frank Mac, 198, Andy Schumaker 185B. Photo)
you Marina 2, Sand Davidson 522 Rasmussen, 543; Wally Guild 184
I.(Roselyn Haverkos, B. Hottman 511 Gray 210, Jim Eddowes, G. Thibodeau 178
[436; Ernie Schmidt, L. Hanson 511 555). A. Rasmussen 177B. 'Friends Of The library'Island
445, Byron Arkebau- R. Schuchard 489 Bayou Marina 3, Pete Arkebauer 176R.
45). W. Warner 486 Reynard's Restaurant 1. Haynes 175C. residents who are convinced that good
H. Meyer 486 (Ed Haverkos, 202-535; Chapman 175 library service Is Important to everyone will have
AGUE STANDINGS K. P. Smith, 200, Leon A. King 174 the opportunity to help In the organization of an
I Marine Supply 53.5 WOMEN'S AVERAGESW. Stafford, 482). G. Dykstra 172 Anna Maria Island Friends of the Library group.An .
_ City Pier 47.5 Miller 150 The ISLANDER 3, Bay B. Adair 172 Initial meeting will be held at the Holmes Beach
Pharmacyick's 46 D. Bower 145P. Area Insurance 1. (Nell T. Edwards 171 City Office at 8 p.m., Wednesday Feb. 17.
TV 46 Hottman 143 Hunt, 196-511; Art Schu- A. VanOstenbridge 171 Dr. Jane Carboni, Island representative on the
_ MarinaTrader 46 D. Davidson 139J. maker, 204, John Duyt- H. Nlesiobedskl 171 Manatee County Regional Library Board, reports
44 Safford 137R. schaver, 528). H. Holmes 169J. that Miss Verna Nistendirk of Tallahassee,directorof
[Wagner Realty 42.5 Haverkos 137P. Roser Men's Club 2, Eddowes 169B. extension service of the State Library, will
Bar 41 Chapman 135K. Webb's Island Pharmacy Thibodeau 169 tell of the objectives of such a community organ-
Rental 37 Ferguson 135 2. (Richard Wiggins, 183- G. Wagner 166L. Ization. Mrs. Catherine Ramsey, Manatee County
Furniture 37 B. Phillips 133 485; Bill Thibodeau, 189- Hanson 166S. Librarian, also will be on hand to discuss the
Hardware[ 34 B. Carter 132P. 519). Alex 166F. services provided by the library,and its immediate
lard Plumbing 29.5 Geyer 132 Moc 165 needs.It .
) G. Alderton 131 LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Smalley 165 is the hope of the library board to have a
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Schuchard Plumbing 62 Friends of the Library group organized in each
\ "J.G. nick 209 MEN'S AVERAGES Tropical Vista 59 Next Week's Schedule area of the county served by the Manatee County
,";W:; littler 185 B. Guild 176A. Island Marine Sup. 57 Tropical Vista Islander Library Bookmobile.
iverkoa 184 Rasmussen 175 Bayou Marina 52 Schuchard Island Marine There are no requirements for membership.
y yer 182 D. Connick 169 Gray's Econowash 49 Day Area Pete Reynard's Everyono Interested In the library U welcome to
ter 162 L. Miller 167 Bay Area Ins. 49 VanOstenb'ge Econowash become a "Friend" and to attend the first meeting.
lller 162 B. Arkebauer 167R. VanOsten. Bldrs. 49 Bayou Mar. Roser M.C. The Bookmobile will visit the Island this week. It
1 >wer 160 Ferguson 165C. Island Pharmacy 36.5 Is. Pharmacy Island Bank will be at the Anna Maria Community House from
avidson 159 Chapman 163 Island Bank 34 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Thursday, Feb. II, and at the
: Carter 159 P. Mac 163 Pete Reynard's 27.5 Island Shopping Center from 12:30 to :2:30p.m.:

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BERNARD MISSION Notice Is hereby given that an elec- tl"t.', '''!'" t\j.', fft,
tion will be held on Tuesday,March 9, ',j' 1 : Ii
(CATHOLIC) 1965, from 7:00 A.M.to 7:00 P.M..at FIRE DEPARTMENT BARBECUEA i-'..... t 1\\ f '
R.v. Francis F. W.UmUl.r the City Office In Holmes Beach for .
the purpose of electing a Mayor Chicken Barbecue will be served from 11 a.m. ,,
MASS WEEKDAYS SUNDAY laID 8, 9:15 & 10l30 three a City(3)Marshal.) Aldermen, a City Clerk,and until 5 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 14, at the Bradenton j

HOLY DAYS S am & 6 pm Registration books will be open until Beach Fire Station on Second Street North, Bradenton -
ROSARY & : 7>30 om Noon, March S, 1965. Beach. The members of the fire department,
file with
Candidates for office must
Harvey Memorial ChurchN..D..ln.tICNIol the City Clerk prior to 12 o'clock and its auxiliary will prepare the meal, for whicha

( ) Noon, Monday Pauline February H. Archer IS, 1965. donation of $1 per person is asked.The menu will

Bradcnlon Beech City Clerk consist of one-half a barbecued chicken, potato
R.,. A. W. Simnt '
SUNDAY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA salad, cole slaw and rolls.
9tlS am Sunday School Public Hearing will be held duringthe Proceeds of the barbecue will be used for purchasing -
10i30 am Worship SrricOirUtlwi regular meeting of the Board of
Aldermen of the City of Holmes Beach, additional fire-fighting equipment.
Sclwic. 5..lc. Florida on Mar. 2, 1963 at 7:30P.M..
A. M. C.e.: .unity Hw. In the City Office, to consider a PTA TO SPONSOR FISH FRY FRIDAYA r
proposal to rezone all that property
SUNDAY 9tOO am Sunday Service bounded on the north by 73rd Street; fish fry, sponsored by the Island School PTA,
on the south by 58th Street; on the will be served at the school cafeteria from 5 to
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH east by a line parallel to Gulf Drive
H.,. Lee Ballill. PviUr and 300 feet east thereof; and on the 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 12. A donation of $1 will be
THURSDAY west by Gulf Drive from R-2 to.A-l asked from each adult, and 50 cents for each child.It .
Hotels, and )
(Motels apartments I
FRIDAYS 7:30 pm Sarah Parker Circle Pauline H.Archer, will be served on an all-one-can-eat basis,

3:00 pm Jr. GA City Clerk with the menu to include fish and hush puppies, Mrs. Russell Homer (center), new president of the

SUNDAY liDO pm Lamplighter Class UNCLASSIFIEDIlice baked beans, cole slaw, coffee or fruit juice. Island Star Club, receives gavel from Installing

8:4S am Sunday School siysjait ,.,91rt1 Home baked goods also will be sold. officer, Mrs. Vernon Lamp (right). At left Is

10:00 5:30 am pm Worship Concord Service Choir I KlM-$1.00..SOt .!1.1.! .. Fish and hush puppies will be cooked by Palmetto Mrs. John Engel, a past president, who conducted
6:30 pm Worship Service Police Chief Al Redmon, who will be assisted by
for Florence
meeting retiring President Mrs. Myers.
7:30 pm Youth Fellowship FOR SALE: 18' x 6' Regal, 59 boat,
MONDAY complete w/ 50 HP Evlnrude,electric Ralph Parrish and a committee of Island fathers. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle starter, etc. A-I condition, like new. Tickets are now being sold by a committee of
TUESDAY Estate settlement. Call Norm BayouMarina
7:00 pm Church Choir s. .t Blvd., A.M.778-2423.. room mothers. Anyone Interested in purchasing Island Star Club InstallationLast
WEDNESDAYS FOR SALE: room home witn oam. them may call 778-2822, or 778-2574, and a
4:00 Intermediate CA In and well
pm good condition landscaped.
7lOO pm Prayer Meeting MUST SELL. 30'.55th Street. Call limited number of tickets will be sold at the door. week's installation luncheon of the Anna

RA, Sunbeams 778-1402. A 50-minute movie, "The Great Mike Wins," Maria Island Star Club, at the Holmes Beach Yacht
Rees ......,.1 ChurchNeeDemewin.ti.n.l Beautiful MUST SELL extra AT large ONCE FOR residential CASH: a story of a boy and his thoroughbred horse will Club, was attended by 138 women representativesof

( ) corner lot in Holmes Beach. Boat be shown in the school auditorium at 6 and at nine area Star Clubs.
Rev.. flickers' K. Wisfine slip and beach rights Included. WriteP.
Pester O. Box 757, Anna Maria for 7:10 p.m., for a donation of 25 cents for adults, Past President Mrs. John Engel conducted the
THURSDAYS location then make offer. and 15 cents for children. meeting for the retiring president, Mrs. Florence
FOR SALE made 8 ft.
4:00 3 lOO pm Cantus Roser Choristers Choir overhead garage door, with 8-pane Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Mrs. Charles Wickersham Myers, who had to leave early to catch a plane for
7:30 pm pm Senior Choir window. All Irons & springs Included. and Mrs. John VanOstenbridge are general chairmen Denver.
$23. 106-17th St.. Bradenton Beach.buys .
SUNDAY for the event. Advance ticket sales are being
9:00 am Worship Service FOR SALE: $5,500 4-room Before leaving, however Mrs. Myers was given a
modern house Nice cabinets. Tile handled by a committee of room mothers headed
10:00 am Sunday School ,. farewell reading by Mrs. Vernon Lamp, a past
bath. Screened porch. About 200 feet
11115 am Worship Service by Mrs. James Borden. Mrs. Norwood is
7:00 pm Youth Fellowship from water and a block from cityper president of the club. Mrs. Lamp then Installed the
MONDAY Call 778-2407. In charge of posters; Mrs. Charles Weaver, pub- following new officers: Mrs. Russell Homer, presi-
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 ATTENTION. BOYSI A Bargain-- licity Mrs. Dulcie King and her of Girl
TUESDAY Sturdy old Chrysler coupe for aale. ; troop dent; Mrs. Donald Swartz, first vice president;
10:00 am Group 2, Home ol Mrs. Battery .tires nearly new.ONL Y$'01 Scouts will be in charge of serving; Mrs. Grover Mrs. George Seidler, second vice president; Mrs.
Edward Kahn.y, 205 Elm Av.nu. 778-3268. L. p ldcock. 210BPlneAve.FOR ,
Welch heads the movie committee and Mrs. Lee
WEDNESDAY SALES: Slightly used Firm Ine Andrew Smyth, third vice president; Mrs. Harry
7:30 pm Church Council Meeting Exerciser. Moving will sacrifice. Robbins, the bake sale. Belmont, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Arthur
Cost $180. will Minor$),.778-121)_
Church of The Annunciation NOW OPEN: Cortex Outboard S r- Munday, chaplain.The .
(Episcopal) vice, 8700 Cortez Road.specialize Roser Church ActivitiesThe speakers' table was decorated with a low
Rev. Gerald I K. Low*, Rector In repair and complete rebuilding of
Evlnrude, J Johnson and Gale Products bowl of white chrysanthemums and each officer

THURSDAYS 9:00 am Holy Eucha"atSEPTUACESI..A over outboard 30 years'motors.experience.Two Mechanics Factory with Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of the Roser wore a corsage of blue bachelor buttons. Mrs.

SUNDAY trained. Latest factory approved special Memorial Community Church, will preach at both Rosalind Vollrath played oldtlme songs, and the

10:30 8:00 am am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & and Earl tools Johnson.and Equipment Dave Laros the 9 and 11:15 a.m. worship services on Sunday, entire group Joined in singing. Mrs. Homer reada

Sermon, Church:: School YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Feb. 14, on "Our Christian Stewardship." poem entitled "It Shows In Your Face."

Gloria Del Lutheran Church TENANCE: MOWING, TRIMMING, Sunday School classes for all ages--Nursery
Rev. Lester M. Uti, Pastor ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. (two-year-olds) through Senior Adults--are held at

' SUNDAY PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICEplus 10 a.m., and the Senior Youth Fellowship, for
I'' 115 am Sunday School REASONABLE RATESReferences.KEN .
'Ii: 10130 am Worship Service FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 senior high school youth, meets at 7 p.m.
11 130 am Choir Rehearsal >after *:1 P.M. 210- Vh ST.. HB. .. .)
L_...' Isl..dl C".....' Gold.W ANTED Currency TO BVJYl, or Foreign AH U. S.Coins Coins I of. A total of 21 persons were accepted Into the .Now Availabl .

...1 (1".O'-tl.I.1)FRIDAYS any Country, or old Medals Tokens fellowship of the church last Sunday. Those who
etc. Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
" Byron
joined at the early service were James Adams of
10:00 am Prayer Group 14th St. W., radenton. Ph.747-2516.
t SATURDAY ALTERATIONS on aljkinjr o(Cloth- Anna Maria; Mr. and Mrs. George E. Falters,Mrs.L. .
SUNDAYS 2:00 pm Choir Rehearsal Ing. Also Beard.Dressmaking Phone 778-1431.Drapes.Mrs.Frank R. Golder, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harrington, and Fine

, 9:15 am Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watson of Holmes Beach;

11100 9:30 am am Adult Worship Bible Service Class& Mrs. Nellie Nickerson, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy L.

Sermon Ward of Gulf Park, Bradenton Beach.
For the Holmes Beach Type
Those who joined at the 11:15 service were Mr.

Police, Call 746-7121 and Mrs. Richard Auhagen, Mr. and Mrs. Nell B.

Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer P. Schmidt, Mr. and Composition

Shell Fuel Oil Mrs. Frank H. Schroeder, and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank D. smalle Y, all of Holmes Beach.

PHONE 7434691



Please Place Order

by 5p.m. Thursday

A Dire Warning! OFFSET


( FRIENDS OF'THE AGED) In last Saturday night's wind-storm, strong

gusts, but nowhere near hurricane force, PRINTINGVarlTyper

Blessed are they who understandMy broke off the dead tops and branches of

faltering steps and palsied hand. Australian pines In many places--most of

them on private property.At .

Blessed are they who know my ears today
Must strain to catch the things they say. one rental units property, two branches
broke through one roof. A large one enteredthe

Blessed are they who seem to know main building porch by destroying the

That my eyes are dim and my wits are slow. screens In transit. Justowritr

Blessed are they who looked away The potential storm damage from dead Headliner

When coffee spilled at the table today. branches and trees cannot be estimated nor
even guessed at If hurricane winds come--and

Blessed are they with a cheery smile they may, though the past official "season"is

Who stop and chat for a little while. long over. Another one Is on the way. The
hurricanes do not know about man-designated

Blessed are they who never say "seasons.
The Islander
"You've told that story twice today!I" Publishing Co.
I urge every property-owner In Holmes

Blessed are they who know the ways Beach to see that all half-dead trees are

To bring back memos ies of yesterdays. topped and dead ones removed. We will
assist by obtaining bids for the work and lox 757

Blessed are they who make it known providing supervision. Call the City Clerk!

That I'm loved, respected, and not alone. 314 Pine Avenue
Please do it SooNI! Please do It NOWI!

Blessed are they who know I'm at a loss
Anna Maria Florida
To find the strength to carry the cross. ,

Elmer G. Twist, Mayor
Blessed are they who case the days

On my journey home In loving ways. City of Holmes Beach Telephone 7782021I'

--Edward Douglas, Age 82,

Madison, Wisconsin


BJB B B B H I B n B B B n B B 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 i i B B B B B P B B B B B M

February 11. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 11 I



Island Shopping C.nt.r INSURANCE COMPANY
:2 BR Front Home Since 1197
778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
',.,.c' Your. Jtol' fitelc Imtttmtnt
AU..n Pik., At oei.U Furnished. I 526 121k Si. Wt IRADCNTON. FLA. '.......7U..S41

ONLY $13,000

TWO-Bedroom Furnished Cottage--EXTRA DICK WAGNER Rtilty Was $20,000 -
LOW PRICE OF $8,000! Easy walking to the Phone 778-2663
beach, post office and stores. Two-Bedrooms; Two Baths; Central Heat;
2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Automatic Attic Fan; Carport; Large Utility
PARRISH REALTY and Laundry Room. Large shady screened
porch. Close to Gulf In Holmes Beach.
RALPH H. PAUISH. Mr. PEGGY "HASSIC" MOORS Aa cisteP.t Excellent lawn and landscaping.
Office '''sa. Ann Mora ,....: 778-1902 SPECIAL -
-. --- -- JOHN B. PROTHERORtglsttrri
BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being ..,1 EttoU Iroktr-Silis ft Rtitals
offered with low down payment and reasonable
Be Sure monthly terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTSI! 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

Shown by Appointment

to See Hey You
saw We finally have a listing on a waterfront lot -
we have been asked about many times. This Wanna Buy a Lot
SEASIDE GARDENS has a most superb view, easy boat access to ,
Tampa Bay. Size 100 x 120.Price only$6,000! Cheap?
Models Open Daily Cheap?
For the Discerning and Discriminating buyer,
we have a beautiful and unique home with all Cheap?

j JACK HOLMES, Realtor modern conveniences--PLUS a fabulous view HERE'S YOUR CHANCEI Nice & Wide((75 ft.)
--PLUS an extra, seawalled lot, unusually In Tip-Top Neighborhood
778-1648 6101 MANNA DRIVE Docking
landscaped. Shown by appointment only. Rights Included. Paving Paid.

' HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Gwtrafo ItastefMMy Just $2,000

Don't Miss This! ; Rwltor V" \ JACK MARSHALL RtilUr
I ffpt Fran Maxon, Associate ,_

Two-DR Home facing directly on the Gulf. INA WILDING PHONE 77i-1331I MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Has: 2-1/2 baths; pleasant living room; f\ !\ 4 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ''//?
spacious kitchen, and NOT ONE--BUT TWO
FLORIDA ROOMSI! Many large closets;
central heat; 2-car garage with 3roomand f+
bath guest apartment, which has Its own
; i private entrance. Well furnished and equipped -
and only a short walking distance to ( tr BUILD A BRIDGE
Anna Maria Shopping Center. Ideal for large 1 ,
4 family, or for a home with extra income.. r

, $37,500ihar

{ Real E.tRUTH ... ,.. r


Reel Estitt Rnkirs 11iTRETIREMENT

7702 Gtlf ftrhrf, H.I_" JMCJ 778-1151


For less than $3,400 down and small monthly J-
payments, you can move into one of these
beautiful new homes, just completed and
offered by: .

f Tim
, KEY ROYALE HOMES, INC. It .tk. M. ttktit. M4 M|"f


r HOUSE NO. 1 :

Best Of. oil,

On a fine 85' x 85' lot in Key Royale Terrace somtont .lft
only 1-1/2 blocks from Gulf Beaches. This
exciting new 2 bedroom plan has central ,l.. r. pirA dot the work!1QQ1U.1
heat and air conditioning, 2 attractive baths
and a Florida-styled roof of Spanish oval ..
I tile. Lot fully landscaped and sodded. Put -r
your car in the garage for terms above or ; '
14.900 cash. _I f ....
_R A rtsidtfltiel apartment

b. weekend
con a
rttrtot or o vocation

home full timt
Includes 45 ft. of seawall on attractive now-o
canal in fine new neighborhood and the DROP BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. .p.r i I.n c. in good
total cash price is only $15,900 to tie lottr.
your boat up tomorrow or less than $3,500 OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5.
down and $85.28 per month if you want
temporary financing until you sell your
home up north. This home is 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"flIHfflOOT
Presented by


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P.O. 1.: 1152, Htlatt iticfc, IlifKi. '.1.,.... 7711411luraday.



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Hew 'd--i1m. your 'are'ntfn Partle
paint by numbers r _.
0 %u& 1etvet4A&
.. -
II"\ napkins-coasters-plates-ctc. "
L.1II.! ...
o n .
/ Complete Line of including e

Regular PAINT by.NUMBERS < GIFTS M 7ie.L II 7ue ..
> .
,,I/!!;' \ Gift & Mail Wrap Free
/'" : tplCTURES_ -HOMEI'> : _
OQlj. < .. I f",1w Lending Library
; 778-1020 '.\\1f\r_ "( 1 h 'W ., ....
G McDonaldo org.&V.ra ,1 _DECORATOR"' ",..,-, ;, ] J.r1'7 SA r.Q:. J D.t.

Many Beautiful Items

PHILCOVenter -T Choose. '!i(.From\, I A VALENTINE FOR HERr

We Gift Wrap

ofVALUES_ Sae| boa a/ce cvdctmc t* Oc tt &LUFb a1L-

$ 100 TRADEINfor PHONE 7781019LINEN ,

your old TV .
RENTAL SERVICE Call 7781472ALL Koret of California

PHILCOCOLOR Folding BEACH Beds, Linens EQUIPMENT, Blankets, Pillows \ White Stag

TV 214-54th Street. Holmes Beach Sacony

with 20/20 Frayne :.
Bermudas Jamaicas
ISLAND TV 77H703 Baked Daily Knee Cappers Pedal Pushers

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. SaltRisingRye Slacks Skirts Blouses

SPRING Oatmeal Lay. Phone
I A way
4 PAINT PHONE 778-2616 Plan

() :wL. JP PER GAL. iLt tu.ww w rwsn WMIA

\ : PITTSBURGHSUNPROOF 778-1440 Nights

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic
oil tot READY MIXED NEW and USED CARS 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

iJame ISf"U .. ISLAND
Free DeliveryItfch J SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
lIMes Sipriits ac. May H...fut.lit Ret.w.ry Hortot Nancy Yavng
| David Chick Mar..Hall Call 778-2012
e. seed
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
Plumbing Contractor

5306 Holmes Boulevard
Plumbing Fixtures.Supplies Pumps Repairs

Motor ClubWe


have always offered "the best" from this SPECIALS -
agency and this is why we secured a Nationwide CORDIALS
Motor Club Dealership and became affiliated
Crcmc de Mcnthc V
with the Nationwide Motorist Association. Thisis
Creme de Cocoa V
.o a national organization and is dedicated to 5thi $2.99
Blackberry /
"safety and service"for America's motorists.
Apricot /

Prtttcts YMAiywhrt Gil VtJki

YM G.3ay Fifths $2.99

I Bottled in Bond Sths 3 for $11.65

JlreaUasuraace WALKER'S Imperial 5th 3 for $10.00
Company 77MM7 7711541closed BEER & WINE
Slashing CeaNv, H.hw.s ...." ,...... Saturday at noon RON Phone 778'2023 JERRY
T........ 771-2022 FREE DELIVERY

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