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: March 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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diver James Reid as he went aboard the --morning to recover the body of one of the trawler's
I disabled shrimp trawler MISS MARY B. off the crew, reported to be Phillip Banks of St. Mary's, I
county beach at the south end of the Island Saturday Ga. (ISLANDER PHOTO DY HILL STEWART) Hove Yov Rtgisttrtd

I Two Commercial Fishiig loots Storm VictimsDriven Holmes leach residentswho between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
have not registeredsince The city cleric Mrs.
by gale-force few hundred feet off the begun by a boat and crew 39-foot craft and pos- the municipal election Pauline Archer, will be at
winds and high seas, a south end beach. from Tampa. sibly the entire boat. In March. 1964,must the city office from 6 to 8
disabled shrimp trawler Manatee County Sheriff The dual rescue and sal- do so In order to vote In p.m.. Thursday. Mar. 4.
the MISS MARY B., went Ken Gross ordered the vage operation attracteda the city election Mar. 9. to register those who are
aground near the north body removed, and a boat Disabled Fishing crowd of several hun- Deadline for registering unable to get to the office
end of the Island Thursday operated by Duster Bell dred persons at the south will be noon, friday Mar. In the morning.The .
j evening. and Ray Parker Cortez Boat LIBBY ANN end over the weekend.F. 3. Qualified persons may city election will be
: Two crewmen. Robert commercial fishermen, Drifts To South EndA register at the city office held Tuesday Mar. 9.
Lucas Jr. of Tampa and took sheriffs deputies E. Rechnltzer,
D. J. Bilge of Darien Ga., and State Attorney Frank second commercial Island Author Dies I I
were taken off the craft Schaub to the shrimper. fishing boat, the LIBBY HOLMES BEACH CITIZENSIf
early Friday morning bya Scuba diver James Reid ANN, drifted onto a sand Ferdinand Kdwted Rechnltzer. -
Coast Guard helicopter. of Sarasota went aboard bar off the south end beach 70, of 524-75th you have NOT registered or reregIstered -

They had spent the nighton the craft and recovered late Friday or early Sat- St.. Holmes Beach, died since last March ((1964)), you
a life raft the
dropped by body of Banks. urday.
the he He MUST register by March 5 In order
alter. Schaub ordered the body Hugh Reddick, 52, and to
Because of the wind and taken to Manatee Memo- Hugh Reddick Jr., 24,both vote In the March 9 city election.
high seas, the body of a rial Hospital for an of Tampa, owners and
third crewman Phillip autopsy. Dr. George operators of the boat,had
Banks of St. Mary's, Ga., Dame, who examined the been taken off the craft
could not be removed at body, said there were Thursday after It had ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
that time. multiple cuts and com- become disabled and In
According to Lucas and pound fractures, appar- shallow water near Eg- w_ .......,
Bilge Banka' body had ently made by "a heavy, mont Key.Saturday. T.... .
been found floating In the T. >
sharp edged Instrument. the boat was tS
Gulf, about ten miles off Such wounds appeared on aground In very shallow y I .. M*.* A .*. M11.

Jbe coast of Mexico, and the thighs and shoulder, water, about a halfmilewest Feb. 23--54 62 68 73 67 1.4
was returned to the vessel and there was a massive of the long Jetty at Feb. 24--64 72 70 78 67 None
by the crew of another fracture of the skull, the north side of Longboat Feb. 25--62 58 52 62 65 None
shrimper.The which Dame said, "no Pass. P. [. RCCMHITZtll Feb. 26--57 62 60 64 64 None
shrimper drifted doubt was the cause of Reportedly the Reddleks at Manatee Memorial
south from the Feb. 27--54 62 60 64 62 None
all day north point death. were planning to start Hospital Tuesday March Feb. 28--50 70 70 74 61 None
Friday, and early Late Saturday afternoon, Sunday to salvage whatever 2, after a short Ulness. Mar. 1--60 72 70 76 61 NoneUN
Saturday morning was a salvage of the trawler was they could from the (Continued on Page 8)


THE ISLANDER Thursday, March f, 196LffifRS
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REPORT FROM SAIGONThe .' '" :i .t.. ,
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American Community School, which closed j' '.; :'(.;'"
abruptly Monday when the U. S. Government orderedits w \ ,:,
dependents home, may arise within a week like ,. "" "\ l
an educational phoenix from the ashes of the emer- .:. .':i"iI' "
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A Flyer Discusses gency. :-: )

Stores And Air StripsDear EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is from the Wash-
ington Post of Feb. 13, and was written by John
Editor: Maffre of the Post's Foreign Service. The Brownells
referred to in the article are Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
This letter Is to take strongest exception to
contentions In the letter from Mr. Harry Varley Brownell, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Burton
.. which was published In the Feb. 18 issue of The Gaskill of Anna Maria. Mr. and Mrs. Brownell have
ISLANDER.At been residents of Saigon for several years,and were
the time I purchased my property facing the Air visitors to the Island last summer.Mr. Brownell owns
Strip, I was assured by the sellers that the Air Strip an export-import business there, and Mrs. Brownellhas "
land was to be deeded to the City. If this store is the been principal of the elementary department of the : 't ..'
first step toward making the entire Air Strip a American School in Saigon for more than three years. J
commercial shopping center, or a residential area, After the Post article is an Associated Press story
then there will be protracted litigation involving the date lined Saigon on Feb. 10, which appeared in the
conditions under which many of the lots in the Air Pacific edition of Stars and Stripes, plus excerpts rr
Strip area were sold. For example, the lot next doorto from letters Mrs. Gaskill has received from her
my house was sold to a prominent Atlanta electri- son-in-law recently. The "Jerry" referred to in the
cal contractor, who bought because of the Air Strip. letters is Mrs. Brownell. i
I doubt if he is interested in building there now.
As for Mr. Varley's contention that "nobody butCox" There are at least 20 American youngsters whose
non-Governmental parents are staying here, and
has said a 15-foot building would "seriously
impair or destroy the usefulness of the Air Strip," these parents are deeply upset about the interruptionof
... Mr. Varley, to put it politely, is incorrect. I madea their children's education at the halfway mark. MRS._LINCOLN BROWNELL
similar statement in my letter to Mayor Twist, Even more anxious are the parents of about 100
which was noted at a prior meeting of the Board of nationals of South Viet-Nam of either Vietnamese, Most of them have been confined to their own
Aldermen. Chinese of Indian origin who had been educatedfor backyards, and they have gone to other children'
I also qualify as an expert. The company which I years at the school. They would face serious homes infrequently.But .
head is one of the nation's largest distributors of difficulties getting visas for travels abroad for these restrictions have not seemed to impai:
business airplanes, and I have been flying since 1943. their children If all educational efforts failed here. their vitality, said Mrs. Lincoln Brownell, principa
For Mr. Varley's technical information, the shorterthe "Our position was difficult enough, but we Just of the elementary department for more than thre
strip, the more significant are the wind currents. couldn't ignore the plight of the non-Americans we years.
Under certain wind conditions, a sharp downdraft,or had been teaching said Mrs. Lincoln Brownell, "They seemed to thrive on all that danger," sh
updraft, from the movement of the wind over an whose 12-year-old son Ricky was studying, until commented Monday. She had tears in her eyes a
obstacle, even a fifteen-foot obstacle, can have a Monday, at the school where she was vice principal.The the children made their last goodbyes Monda
critical effect on an airplane in a take-off, or Brownells are staying In Saigon; she and her afternoon. They clutched notes from their teachers,!
landing, configuration. This is one of the reasons why husband, who directs an engineering firm here and Informing their parents that the school was closed.
the Federal Aviation Agency insists on clear zonesat also serves on the school board, will be key figuresin "We had just about completed our security fence,
the end of all runways. At the Holmes Beach Air getting the new war-reborn school operating too," Mrs. Brownell said, pointing to a high wire
Strip, we have a good clear zone over the water at again. fence erected around the school compound against
the north end of the strip. Until this building came up, Mrs. Brownell has already lined up two teachers-- grenades.A .
we also had an adequate clear zone at the south end herself and another from the closed school--to new school wing was completed last weekend.
of the strip. provide for the 20 American children. They will It contains a new gymnasium, auditorium, cafeteriaand
The man who proposes to operate a store there has be able to handle the curriculum for the eight shower rooms, but the children did not have a
problems and he would have been prudent to investi- elementary years."I chance to use it.
gate before buying the land. His first problem is that know that I can find at least four more here .
he has an unsafe location, and the wind deflectionsfrom with qualifications," she said. "With six or seven The newspaper reports you've been reading the .
his proposed building will magnify the safety teachers, we could handle 120 students." past three days about women and children evacuating
problem. This Is going to make his insurance rates But probably not In the familiar school. Army Saigon must have led you to think that Jerry and
quite high. In fact, the rates should be prohibitively authorities have already looked over the buildingwith Richard would soon be back in Douglaston, Anna
high if the Insurance companies make a reasonable an eye to Its use as a sorely needed military Maria or Vermont. But the order from Washington
investigation. His second problem la patronage. By hospital. Its airy classrooms were almost tailor- referred only to dependents of U. S. Government ,
p selecting this location, he has alienated a large made for hospital wards. employees. The scores of women secretaries In the\|
percentage of his potential customers.A The Vietnamese American Association has already Embassy, USIS and AID are not affected; and thef]
further aesthetic aspect is important to all offered space at its headquarters for a revived radio announcement put out on the Armed Forces!
residents of the Island. The Air Strip and the adjacent American school. Probably there would be no radio here specifically stated that non-government
Marina are two of the features of the Island that makeit difficulty in acquiring the textbooks that were people were not Included in the evacuation orders!{"
a distinctive place to live, as are the fishing piers turned in hastily this week for the revived school. Of course, non-government people are always fret II
and the public beaches. If we wish to make the Island Technically, the American Community School wasa to use their own Judgment and leave when they fee \
Just another ordinary looking Florida real estate private institution. The original buildings were they should. There are perhaps 25 American prlvat I
development, then let s get rid of the Marina, the largely financed by resident American families who business families here, and as far as I know onl I
Anna Maria City Pier, the public beaches, and the cooperated to form the school in the 1950s. Uncle two, those working for Caltex (one of which oppose
Air Strip. Sam has acted since then as a benevolent godfather, the move but is being required by his boss) ar
The City received at least one offer, in writing, however, especially in financing the $115,000 audito- planning to leave at this time. Of course If the safet
from me, to assist in the purchase of this lot for rium put into use only three days before the school situation becomes worse they can always take a plan
use as a grassy park area. An effort should have been closed. The U. S. Information Service here has actedin out on very short notice. There are two or thre
made to see how much money could be raised in this a similar capacity to the Vietnamese-American planes a day regularly scheduled through Saigon
manner. Association.The and we three have tickets, bought and paid for, wit
I doubt if the voters of Holmes Beach will support reborn school will be living in borrowed date of departure open,that we can use to hop aboard
Alderman Varley's position at the next election. quarters, and it will be a far cry from the 750 Jerry can be of great usefulness In organizing a ne
Certainly all of the property owners who have been enrolment that had existed until Monday, but at American school for the 120 out of 700 children why
adversely affected by Mr. Varley's vote should find least it will be dispensing the three Rs where are not leaving, and is very eagerly engaged In doin
and support a candidate who has as much Interest in they are needed. Just that at the same time she starts liquidating th
retaining the Air Strip as Mr. Varley showed in old School which was closed by Ambassador Taylor'I I
fighting the give away of two closed streets. The American Community School in Saigon closed order the day after the Viet Cong attack ,
Thank you for your courtesy in allowing me to down, probably for good, on Monday, and a blonde such damage at Pleiku and caused the retallator
present these facts to all Island residents, including 13-year-old schoolgirl named Marilyn Neese wept raids on North Viet Nam.
the Holmes Beach voters. bitterly."Not Sunday morning, four days ago dawned like other
Very truly yours, only do we have to leave school, but we haveto restful Sundays in Saigon.John Maff re,correspondentfor
Jesse M. Childress Jr. leave daddy behind when we go," said Marilyn, the Washington Post, lives In our building and hasa I
Southern Airways Company a three-year veteran of living in the Saigon tumult. telephone extension of our line. About 7:30 phone
Atlanta, Ga.EDITOR'S She and her 750 classmates, four fifths of them call for him failed to rouse him from Sunday morning I
American, were the first dependents In Saigon to slumber, so I picked it up and then went back to
NOTE: Because of the interest in Mr. feel the effects of President Johnson's decision to waken him. It turned out to be the MACV (U. S.
Childress' letter, which reached us just at press withdraw U. S. dependents from the Vietnam war military) press officer telling John of the bad losses
time, we have used the a plane
space usually reserved for theater. the night at Pleiku. and offering him
editorials, to reproduce the letter. Also, we call to Most of the kids didn't like the Idea. "If Dad ride previous there with the press corps at 8 o'clock. The
Mr. Childress' attention the fact that Alderman can stay, why can't I?" said Marilyn, whose father day passed up normally, but with considerable sad talk
Varley did not offer himself as a candidate for works for the U. S. aid mission. Her family Is from around town about the tragic loss at Pleiku. At 11.30
reelection. ,. ,. American
Indianapolis. told of the
." that evening the radio news
-\'\ Lr Brunette Patt Progh, a 16-year-old who has been retaliatory attack on the staging bases In southern
..::... In Vietnam three months with her soldier-father, North Viet Nam which made the situation quite tense.
: '" said "I Just don't like the Idea of going back home Everybody went off to school and work next morning
-" to Piedmont" Cal. I was beginning to enjoy Saigonso about 7 a.m. as usual. But by 8:301 received a School phone
much. call at the office from the chairman 01 the
A half dozen seniors that Saigon wasn't Government dependent
argued Board saying that all U. S.
really so dangerous. "She s lucky, because her had been ordered home fast, and Taylor I had order
parents aren't chickening out," one senior said, the School closed. The Board convened at wean 8C
.. pointing to an Australian girl who was smiling happily. hour later to make decisions required W closin
The company of U. S. military policemen whose The children finished out the morning turned in the
Job it has been to guard the children told another books, and went home never to returnl CBS and A th
story. had reporters at the school gate to Interview
"Thank God they are going," one said. "We've children on their reactions, which were mostly vet
been on pins and needles for months, because these sorrowful.
kids are so vulnerable." During the three days since Richard has been
The 750 students range In age from 4 to 19. home reading. Jerry has been spending long days
Among them are some Vietnamese, along with the the School talking to parents, getting out acbolutt
children of various foreign missions in Saigon. transcripts, making inventories, and urgently orla
Home life for the children has been severely nixing a new school to teach the 20 or so America
restricted. (Continued on Page 7)

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Thursday March 4, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3





'Strange Bedfellows' Cast GRADE 4

Beach voters will go to the polls Tuesday, First Place Winners: (Tied in Physical Science)
Mar. 9, to elect a mayor, a city clerk, and a city Casting for the Island ton, daughter of Senator Carl Callahan, Crystallography
marshal for terms of one year each, and three Players third production Cromwell, will be played Houghton Knight, Fibers and Their Strength
aldermen for terms of two years each. of the current season has by Marion Broderlck. Second Place Winners: (Tied In Physical Science)
Running unopposed for reelection are Mayor ElmerG. been completed according Others In the cast will Mark Wickersham, Selective Crystal Receiver
Twist, City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Archer, and City to Guest Director Helen be: Mayor Tibbets, Dr. Billy Hewitt Telegraph
Marshal Leon F. Stafford. Peters. Roy Gunther; Nicky Third Place Winner: (Biological Science)
There are four candidates for election to the three The play will" be"Strange Hampton, Mike Doll; Mrs. Temple Hager Terrarium
seats on the city's board of aldermen. They are: Bedfellows, by Colin Tillie Sparker, Helen Ge- Honorable Mention Physical Science
incumbent Aldermen John E. Holmes Jr., Col.SidneyG. Clements and Florence nung; Vincent Pemberton. Donna Deam Radiometer
and the Ryerson, and will be presented Chris Woodland, and Lil-
Brown, newcomers to political scene, Steven Duffy
John Neil and Jackson S. Moorman.As Apr. 610.. lian Hampton, Sally Cox. Olena Hoard Shaduf
In the cast will be Bob Others are Mrs.Glmble,
part of a prepared statement by the mayor at Mike Doll Solar SystemPat
Tuesday evening's meeting of the board of aldermen H an s com as Senator Irma Cox; Mrs. Worley Mowry, Crystal Radio with Transistor
Twist said: "Next Tuesday is election day here in Cromwell (roaring Sena- Ruth Smallcy; Beulah Honorable Mention Biological Science
Holmes Beach, and I do hope that all of our citizens tor who opposes women Leatha Walker; Ling, W. Tommy Hoffman, Plant Life on Anna Maria Island ..
who are eligible to vote will first be sure that they suffrage and practically Lionel Durke; Birdie, Jerry Welch, Fish
and then everything else). Elaine Smith; Zita, Betsy
are registered, exercise their right in a Mary Anderson Insects
free and democratic nation to come out and vote." The part of Julia CromGreisen, and Opal, Judy
Polls will be open at the city office from 7 a.m. well, the sensible wife of McCormick.the GRADE 5
until 7 with machines be used. Senator,will be played Virginia Doll will be in Science
p.m., voting to First Place Winners: (Tied Biological )
by Connie Fleming. the stage manager for Billy Wagner, Insects
Matthew Cromwell will the play, and she will be Debra Muncaster Roots
be played by John Taylor, assisted by Karen Mun- Second Place Winners:
,and Clarissa, his wife,by caster. The set will be Biological Science Aaron Van Ostenbridge,
Suzanne Myrich. designed and its building The Human Eye
Addie Cromwell Hamp supervised by Pat Huber. Physical Science Reynold Robbins Magnetizer

"0.....- ......... "...... ., lit'' ..;:",',, Third Place Winner Physical Science
'. ,; .. .. .lEJ .-...... .. Golf Subscriptions Near Goal David Dennis, Electric Motor
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Honorable Mention Physical Science
-. -: Only $7,500 In founders' New subscribers duringthe Joe Hutchinson, Volcano
... .r"t! stock in the Key Royale past week were: Mr. Honorable Mention Biological Science I
\ Golf and Country Club and Mrs. John II. Compton Deborah Poe, Inside the Fish
.I project remained unspoken ; Mr. and Mrs. AugustR. Heather Bartling The Seahorse \
for at The Islander's Marx; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pratt Fish

.6_.. t' press time this week. The Ralph I). Woodruff; Mr.
.. ;' group will Incorporateand and Mrs. Charles Malizia; GRADE 6
---J. start construction of Mr and Mrs. Robert A. First Place Winners:
a 1 the $197,500 facility as Peters; Mr. and Mrs. Physical Science Jeanne Knight, The Eye as
:1 soon as this $7,500 Is Fred C. Williams, and a Camera
pledged. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wet- Physical Science Jeanne Knight, The Eye AHa
:: According to Howard S. re rcr. Camera
.f__ Adams, temporarychalr- Among those who had Biological Science (Tied)
VICTIM OF THE STORM--The anrl-erotilonplerand man of the organizational subscribed previously Vicki Prltchard, The Oyster \, I
groin at the Manatee County Beach suffered damage committee,founder mem- who Increased their subscriptions Man's Most Valuable and
to some of its outer sections during last week s bers will be exempt from during the past Nutritious Seafood I
high winds and heavy seas. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
any membership Initiation week to bring the club Johanna Cobb Some Experi- I
fee, and he said this week nearer Its goal are: Mr. ments with Worms
that his group were in and Mrs. Frank O.Moyle; Second Place Winners:
BAD POLITICIANS are elected agreement that a plaque Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Biological Science Paula Rich, Plants
should hang In the first Sargeant, and Mr. and Physical Science Johanna Cobb The Sundial
clubhouse, listing the Mrs. Merrill M. Tritt. Third Place Winner:
by GOOD PEOPLE-- names of the founder Inquiries may be made Physical Science Angelica Lowe, Structure of
members and honoring by calling Adams at 778- the Earth

them. 1917. Honorable Mention Biological Science

WHO DON'T VOTE Adams Honored Lynn Ellen Muncaster, Dugs
Kathy Boyd, Experiment with Plants
James D. Adams of Anna ........ Honorable Mention Physical Science
Have You Registered? Maria, recently was hon- Joyce Aklns, Jet Propulsion
ored by his appointment Gay Varano Simple Machines
During a recent conversation--some friends, who Nancy Welch, Optical Illusion
are owners of considerable property on the Island, 'Ir ,,;; Rodney Hoard, Battery and Light Bulb
complained about an action of the governing board ., t' Cynthia Lloyd, Fossils
of the city where they live. After little questioning, ..-, To"Turvavllle, Sundial
they admitted they did not vure- -he because hU work o Gary. Miller, Telegraph
often kept him away from homl"--andHhl'lor reasons

not too clearly explained.Even Kiwanis Book Collection Week
more recently, an acquaintance who has livedon

the Island a number of years, said he had never '.. .' special week Mar. 21 several yearn ago, HupportN '
registered to vote since he moved to Florida.In \ lo 27, will beset aside for the club's annual
both cases the reason seemed to be; "My one the Kiwanis I (Hook Collection contribution lo Happiness
vote doesn't count." Hut in every case, each singlevote Week. In support of House, plus scholarships (
DOES COUNTI There are several area examplesof the continuing hook Hale for Island students who
Just how much It counts. of the Island Kiwanis Clubat are attending Manatee
Only two weeks ago In (Palmetto, a city with manymore ROSER SPEAKER; Miss (he Manatee County Junior College.
registered voters than any of the cities on the Edna (). Smith, a retiredmissionary lleach pavilion. The proJect Both paperback and hard
Island, two candidates for the council ended of he Amer-
city up which was started cover books are needed.
in .& dead heat, with -W6 votes each, necessitating a ican Baptist Church, will
runoff election. Just ONE more vote would have speak at Roser Memorial The Islander
broken the lie. Community Church at 2
In Hradcnion Reach a few years ago, a candidate JAMES D. ADAMSto p.m., Thursday, Mar II. Afl Independent I Weekly pvUltlit' tvtry Thvrs4.y
was elected lo the city council by ONE vote. Miss Smith, who In a kr THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

Not long ago, the question of a bond Issue for (he the Multilayer ()eHI nCommIUlcolth..lnsrlrurc guest of Mrs. Walter M. 314 Pi .. Ae."., All,.. Marie litest. Fief lee.
proposed port at Piney Point was decided in a negative Aikman of While Avenue,

way, even though those voters who went to the polls of Printed Circuits In spent many yearn as a EDITOR__._._...._-STEVE KIMBAll
voted in favor of the measure. The vote was won by Chicago lie IM now preparing missionary In China and; ADVERTISING MANAGER...MARGE KIMIAll
those who failed lo vote at all, because too small a a printed circuit Hong Kong. (ISLANDER MAil. APORHSV f'. O. ll<>< 7)7, Anna Maria, MorUla.
percentage of the county's registered voter had cast design specification for I'HOIO) TLLEI'HONKj: -llm.
the fabrication of mulrl-
layer printed circuit SUBSCRIPTION KATKSi U. S.. fl.V
W for I" me>nlb,. Canada q
'., per year;
boards, a specification to &
(5or.! U per ,,,,. ADVERTISING RATkStl
be into a
| per column Inch. r)couni multilayer design standard ..
percent for licon "ClY"erttona q .
to be used by all of Sarasota, Adams was. If paid by tenth of following month. isa+
major manufacturers of largely responsible for National! or agency placed advertlatnf. '1'01
CLAMS printed circuits In the EMR'w recent commendation $1.26 per column inch.rtt.tr xy,
......trr tttatapCIA 'JfJ
country. He will present for Its part in production -
.. tit fur
. new specification to the components
the Gemini Enitred aa Second Claa.matter under
IPC conference in New project.
of the Act York City In March. Adams Is the son
ElectroMechanical Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P.
Employed by -
Research Inc. Adams of Anna Maria.



4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, MarCh 4, 1965

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sanderson of Berea,Ohio...Mr.
Guests attli MotelsMERRIMAC
All About People... and Mrs. Harold E. McMurtry of Sudbury, Mass...
ON THE GULF: Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Boza of North Olmsted, Ohio...
BARBARA S. KITCHELL has accepted a positionas Brown of Burlington, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Caldwell of Perintown, Ohio.S. .
an organic chemist in the chemical research HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Nelsonof S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.Russell
division of Eli Lilly& Co. -, Acton, Mass.. Mr and Mrs. E. L. Whittler of Rakestraw of Findlay, Ohio, and son. ..Mr.and Mrs.J. .
of Indianapolis. She will P Sanford, Me. ..Mr. and Mrs. Pat W. B. Earl of St. W. Cooper Jr. of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. John L.
engage in research in Teresa West, Quebec. ..Mr. and Mrs. Harry GutheU Koutsky of Dunbar, Neb...Mr.and Mrs.M.Kurraschand
synthetic organic chem- of Lindhurst, N. J. .Mr. and Mrs. C.E.Reynolds of Mrs. J. Platz of Morton Grove, Ill.
istry. Unionville, Conn...Mr and Mrs. Irving Austin of BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
Born In New York City, Lynnfield, Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schnetzer of Robert A. Wiseman of Adrian, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Kitchell (the former =, Livingston, N. J. ..Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wentworthof George S. Quinlan of Cheshire,Conn...Mr.and Mrs.
Miss Barbara Fuller)was -n Sheridan, N. Y...Mr and Mrs. Frank L. Flanaganof Homer E. Boughman of Massillon, Ohio...Mr and
graduated in 1955 from b Alexandria, Va. ..Mr and Mrs. E. J. Stych of Mrs. Norman L. Cowgill of Milliard.Ohio...Mr.and
. Margaret Hall School in Chicago. Mrs. Albert Boss Sr. of Graytown, Ohio. ..Mr. and
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a Bachelor of Arts Ind...Mr. and Mrs.George Sengstock and Mrs.Nellie WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
degree from Goucher Sengstock of Westmont, Ill. Turner of Brandywine, Md...Mrs. George Seiger of!
College in 1959, and is HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Birmingham, Mich.
now a candidate for her Maben of Burton, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. John A. BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Smith of
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Before joining Eli Lilly Raymond of Columbus, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Athens, Wis...Mr. and Mrs. R.Bauer of Marshfield,
& Co., Mrs. Kitchell was Raise of Toronto, Ont.. .Mr and Mrs. R. J. Bedardof Wis.. .Col and Mrs. Charles Robertson of Shrews-
employed by the capacitor MRS. BARBARA KITCHELL Nashua, N. H.. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Shipman bury, N. J.
division of the P. R.Mai- of Ann Arbor Mich. Mrs.Cruper and Mrs.AgnesJ. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jamesof
lory Co. of Indianapolis. She is a member of Phi Kruis of Grand Rapids, Mich. Youngstown, Ohio.
Beta Kappa, scholastic honor society; the Society of SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bizic and SANDMAN APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Kennet)
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Delta Epsilon, honor society for graduate women in Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Johnson of Bristol, Conn... of New Era, Mich...Mr and Mrs. Jerry Klock ol
science. She and her husband, Richard, live at 3908 Bernard Darcy of Hackettstown, N. J. Toledo, Ohio, on their honeymoon.
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Kitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Miss Gertrude Rideout of Arlington,Mass.. .Mr. mel of Charlotte, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Raymon ,
Fuller, live on Shell Drive, Holmes Beach. and Mrs. A. H. Nelson of Minneapolis. Tallman of Freehold, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. H. jf|
MR. AND MRS. ANDREW SELLAS of 72nd Street TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hart of Johnson of Oakland, N.J.,and family.. .Mr.and MrV*
Holmes Beach, have had as recent guests, Mrs. Romeo, Mich. ..Mr and Mrs. Louis Schmehl of St. M. J. Pedeson of Minneapolis...Mr. and Mrs.Harry
Marion Pulos and Mrs. Dorothy Perilo of Oak Park, Marys, Ohio. Hixson of Ann Arbor, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
111., and Mrs. Esther Kanslos of River Forest, Ill. EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. WadeSchaubel of Lindsley of Gaylord, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs.R.Adams '
Mr. Sellas arrived here Sunday from Chicago to Oak Park, Ill. ..Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weber and of Skokie Ill..Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jamlesonof
vacation for a few weeks. Mrs. Virginia Swan of Cranston, Ill. Wheatfield, Ind. on their honeymoon.. .Mr. and Mrs. -
MR. AND MRS. PETER STELLAS of 72nd Street, ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. James Marsh E. J. Burson of Churchvllle, N. Y.. .Mr and Mrs.E. .;
Holmes Beach, have as guests, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W.Root of Otisvillc, Mich... L. Whittin of Sanford, Me...Mr and Mrs. C. A.
Pappas of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs.John Levadetisand Mr. and Mrs. Steve Malinowski and Mrs. Arlene Paubllng of Rockland, Mass...Mr and Mrs. M. M?
family of Morton Grove, Ill. Hartrick and children of Dearborn, Mich...Mr. and Hosenfeld of Pittsburgh. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
MR. AND MRS. PAUL FETTROW of 77th Street, Mrs. A. F. Stumler of New Albany, Ind. .. Rev. and Burhans of Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Klein of,
Holmes Beach, have returned to the Island from Mrs. John A. Parker of Port Charlotte, and children Flemington N. J.. .Mr and Mrs. H. W. Rolfe of :
London, Ohio, to spend a few months here. .Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baird of Ellettsville,Ind... Cooksvllle, Ont...Mr and Mrs. W. Schambers of
MRS. KARL F.AREL of Riverside,111., is expectedto Mr. and Mrs. John F. Laudry of Halifax, Mass., and Galion, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ledue of Fergus
arrive this week to occupy her home on 75th Street, children. Falls, Minn...Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sheffield of
Holmes Beach, for the balance of the winter. THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Mulberry. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. Pockrendt of Saginaw,
MR. AND MRS. HENRY W. DOWNS JR. of Anna and Mrs. R. J. Heck of Joliet, Ill...Mr. and Mrs. (Continued on Page 6)
Maria are expected to arrive home soon from a Fred Huggett of Walker, Minn..Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
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MRS. GREY W. MARSHALL 91, of 208 Crescent Survivors are his wife, Mrs.Catherine I.Hoenshellof
Drive, Anna Maria, died in Holmes Beach, Thursday, Smithton; two daughters Miss Charlotte Hoenshelland
Feb. 25. She was born in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Earl (Nancy) Smith, both of Smithton;three
moved to Bradenton from Chattanooga in 1927.She had sons, John Hoenshell of Smithton, William Hoenshell
lived on the Island for the past six years, making her of Marion, Ohio, and Leslie Hoenshell of Stow,Mass.;
home with her son, John W. Marshall of Anna Maria. two sisters, Mrs. Albert Curry of Greensburg, Pa.,
She was a member of the First Presbyterian Churchof and Miss Ilene Hoenshell of California, and nine
Bradenton. grandchildren.
Survivors are her son, John W. "Jack" Marshall; Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local
two granddaughters, Mrs. James Baechtel and Mrs. arrangements. Funeral services and interment were
James Corrigan, both of Albuquerque, N. M., and to be In Smithton.
six great grandchildren. ROBINSON fa
Funeral services were held at the Chapel of the MISS MAUD A. 86 winter residentof
First Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Monday 72nd Street, Holmes Beach, died at her home
afternoon, with the Rev. Dr. James Swel officiating. Sunday Feb. 28. Born in Bethpage, L. I., N. Y.,
Interment was in Forest Hill Cemetery, Chattanooga. she had been a winter resident of the Island since THE QUIET PLACE (Islands Photo by Reno RJon)
Grlfflth-Cllne Island Chapel was in charge of local 1948. She was a retired Deputy Welfare Com-
arrangements. missioner for Nassau County, N. Y. and a memberof
Roser Memorial Church. She also was a memberof
HAY of Gulf
WILLIAM S. 77, 5623 Drive, Holmes Ketewomoke Chapter, D. A. R., Huntington, N.Y.,
Beach, died at a local hospital, Saturday, Feb. 27, and of Emora Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, for
after a short Illness. Born in Marquette, Mich., he Hicksville, L. I., N. Y. grilling,
moved to Holmes Beach five years ago from Presque Survivors are four nephews, Lewis B. Robinsonof broiling
Isle, Me. He was a retired supervisory agent for the Huntington, Edwin A. Stevens of Farmingdale, ,
Bangor & Aroostook Railroad. He was a member of N. Y., Shaw W. Robinson of Setauket, N. Y., and braising.
the Episcopal Church of The Annunciation, and a Alexander Robinson of West Virginia; two great ..
former member of the Washburn Rotary Club of nephews; one great great nephew, and one great
Washburn, Me. great niece.
Survivors are his wife,Mrs.Mary L.Hay of Holmes Funeral services will be held at Griffith-Cline f ?
Beach; three daughters, Mrs. Holbrook (Louise) Island Chapel at 2 p.m., Thursday, Mar. 4, with R
Ellis, Holmes Beach, Mrs.Margaret Cook,Hartford, the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, pastor of Roser
! Conn., and Mrs. Chester (Ellen) Bell of Cortez; a Memorial Community Church, officiating. Crema-
I son, Gordon Hay, Worcester, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. tion.
I George (Jennie) Gibson, Woodstock, New Brunswick; / / /
eight grandchildren, and twelve grandchildren. FERDINAND EDSTED RECHNITZER. 70, of 524
I Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cllne Island 75th Street, Holmes Beach, died at a local hospital,
. Chapel, Monday morning, with the Rev. Gerald K. Tuesday, Mar. 2, after a short illness. Born in
Lowe, rector of the Church of The Annunciation, Perth he moved the
I Amboy, N. J., to Island in 1954 -
officiating. Cremation. from Summit, N. J. He was a retired writer, and for roasting,
f f resident the author of a number of books, two of which were
ALVIE C. HOENSHELL, 58, a of Smithton, selections of the Junior Literary Guild. boiling,
Pa., died Saturday, Feb. 27, at Pines Trailer Park, Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mabel E. Rechnitzer
Bradenton Beach, where he had resided for the past of Holmes Beach, and two half-brothers Capt. stewing...
month. Born in Jeannette, Pa., he was a retired Rudolph Pedersen of Bradenton and Frederick M.
employee for an oil transporting company. He was a Pedersen of Sarasota. Funeral services will be at
member of the Evangelical United Brethren Churchof Griffith-Cline 10
Island Chapel, at a.m., Friday,
Smithton; Lt. Wayne Forsythe Post 790,American Mar. 5, with burial at Manasota Memorial Park. The
Legion,Smithton, and was a veteran of World War II. Rev. Tom Boldt will officiate.

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'kells Mich...Mr. and Mrs. George C. Engel of Chatham,
111...Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sweet of Chatham, Ont...
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Strike of Pinellas Park...
And HOW does garden ?
your grow Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Winne of New City, N. Y...
In writing this column I hope that new residents Mr. and Mrs. B. Olphin of Dallastown,Pa...Mr.and
coming from the northern states will be spared the Mrs. John R. Wines of Temperance, Mich... Dr.and
errors of planting that most of us go through. I hopetoo Mrs. G. C. Tempesta of Cumberland,Wis...Mr.and
that Islanders who have lived here "for years" Mrs. Paul Ocho of Vermilion, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.'
will help us to avoid planting in the"trial and error" r Ray Bernosky of Ashland, Pa.
system. It is hard to realize that many of our favorite .M BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs.Clayton Switzer and Mr.
.. northern plants will not grow on Anna Maria. It is I e y;. and Mrs. H. J. LaCourse of Muskegon, Mich.
Just too hot for them. Southern gardening also HALF ACRE: Miss Mildred Pergerlu of Chicago.
demands care in regular fertilizing, bug and fungus BIMINI BAY NO. 5: Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Gooding of
control. As the spring season progresses, I will try j fI.j'f Normal, Ill.
each week to warn you of insect infestations and whatto HOPE DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Myron Drabowskyof
do about them. Most of my answers to these I the Kansas City Athletics.
problems will be gleaned from studying garden I SOUTHWIND: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brower of Grand
magazines, checking with local gardeners and nur- Rapids, Mich.
serymen, from garden supply stores, and from j ADAMS COTTAGE: Miss Irene Louise Dehner of
personal experience gained from six years of Island Newport, Ky.
gardening.This > VAN MEIER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Fosterof
I wrote for The ISLANDER five years ago. ., West Des Moines, Iowa.
Now I've been gardening here for eleven years, andif i j BIMINI BAY NO. 9: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hawley of
I had a plant for every one I've dug up and movedto I Hart, Mich.
a new location, I'm sure they would make a dense 4 tiq AUGESTERN COTTAGE: Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Mit-
thicket on a normal lot. It is so easy to overplant a : chell of Summit, N. J.
new home. We all want dense tropical growth right PROVENZANO APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
now. Have no fear--In a short time, you'll have itt! I Grzenda of Scranton, Pa., (with the Kansas City A's)
I are staying until April.
TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wiens of
K K r Manitoba, Canada.. .Mr. and Mrs. John V. Clair of
Lake Forest Ill...Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Adams of
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Montreal...Mr. and Mrs. George J. Zupanek of
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Can't remember ever having seen the azaleas as BRUNNER DUPLEX: Mrs. Ben Draper of Bedford,
beautiful as they are this year. Perhaps the warm j Quebec.
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just set out twenty plants in pure peat and hope Hoekstra of Chicago.
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rr -.' :. w".... ... .. ....;. '. REPORT FROM SAIGON Arts FestivalThe High Twelve Club
(Continued on Page 7) .
7"j: :;"' children who will be staying In Saigon. Our very annual Arts & Crafts The Island High Twelve
-'" .,.... :"" capable man superintendent, one man high school Festival, gayest day In Club will meet at noon,

""':. .. ....... faculty member (both directly hired In the U. S. so Longboat Key Art Cen- Thursday, Mar. 4, at the
.. not dependents of U. S. Government families like ter's season, will be heldon Holmes Beach Yacht Club.
'J'"J all the other teachers) are not affected by the Saturday, Mar. 6, from The speaker Is to be
.. -,-- evacuation order and will stay until June If required lOin the morning until Chairman Dan McClure of
rrwr. w V. because their contracts require It anyway. About S in the afternoon. Streets the Manatee County Com-
four other teachers are also still available. The will be blocked off to mission, whose subjectwill
< parents of the nine ESSO children hastened to call accommodate the many be "Agriculture in
on Jerry to offer an empty residence and financingfor booths and tables of exhibiting Manatee County."
teachers salaries if she would organize a grade artists and On the following week,

.. .. school for the American children, numbering around craftsmen. This is the Thursday, Mar. 11, the
20, who will stay. This can be done,and It will likely colorful, exciting day speaker is to be one of
start on Washington's birthday, just to celebrate Itl I when thousands come the men connected with
About 100 non-American children of diplomatic from miles away to watch the public relations department -
families, Vietnamese and Chinese have been suddenly demonstrations by the of Swift & Co.,
tossed out of a school, and there is none other here Center instructors, of fine meat packers, who will
into which they can fit (French and Vietnamese). We and applied arts, and of describe the meat packing
: ; have found excellent classroom space available floral art; to buy choice Industry in Florida.
(because of the exodus of American housewife painting; to choose an exquisite .
teachers at the daytime courses in English at the article from the The second annual state
Vietnamese-American Association building) and I many craft tables and to convention of the Florida
am sure that next week a school can be set up which enjoy a pleasant luncheonand High Twelve Clubs will be
will take care of them too, below ninth grade. the gala spirit of the held Apr. 9 & 10, at the
These two schools will surely merge very soon. Fair. Lagoon Motel in Clear-
The existing campus with seven fine buildings, An auction of choice water Beach.An .
.... library, laboratories, etc. will likely be taken over works of art will be held outstanding programfor
iw by the U. S. military for a big hospital, but that'snot In the gallery at 2:30.A wives of members is

,. settled yet. take home table of being planned, and Mrs.
o The large American community here are mostlyat delicious homemade foods James Ward of Holmes
.." home, packing and planning. Quite a few families will lure the gourmet. Beach is the Island mem-
It ;" 0 have already flown out. You've been reading about There will be an excitingnew ber of the arrangements
; them in the papers. They'll all be gone in the next table this year committee.
:.. J .
;; ." _. '. few days, very unhappy at splitting up families by "Antiques and
'. .;. ..... :." featuring!
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Woman's Club
-r.... .- .: leaving fathers behind. But all agree it's the best Futiques =the heirloomsof
.,. --- "': thing to do to clear the decks in case the hostilities today and tomorrow Fashion Show
escalate. The few that will remain will be little the antique treasure you
trouble If they have to leave on short notice. It's have been looking for or Petite Miss Melanie
only the American women and children who are the choice article of today Woodland will appear with

:----- o leaving. French, British and others have no such that will become the heir- her white rabbit as "Alicein
__.. .,., 1 instructions. So please do not worry about us. I loom of the future. Fashlonland," when the
.... ,. f.- know that the exaggerated newspaper headlines in Mar. 6 Is the big dayon latest fashions from Inez'
-.. -, ,j the U. S. make it appear that we are In great danger. Longboat Key, rain In Anna Maria will be
.... w .. ,. (When I went to Singapore and Bangkok the newspapers or shine, and everyone is modeled by members of
"t .....'!-.-- almost frightened me out of returning to Saigon.) invited. the Island Woman's Clubat
<< yr
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'ff.rr:! ..A.k" > :. But we are completely calm, well aware of whatever the Anna Maria Com-
o.-::: .. ;;._: :; tl .:. dangers there are, and go about our busy routines Epsilon Alpha munity House at ItfOp.m.
:: o. .. without taking any risks. I honestly believe we are Epsilon Alpha Chapterof on Friday Mar. 19.
j:11-0- just as safe here as you are back there where you are Beta Sigma Chi met Melanie Is a ballet pupil
subject to automobile accidents (which we aren't recently at the home of of Edna Alexander and the I
-. --." in this slow town). We are completely mobile If the Mrs. George Norwood. daughter of Mrs. Marguerite I
:: ) .. -.... situation should change. We are neither heroic nor Present were Mrs. Don Woodland and the
t\ ;' .0 ..: _- foolhardy, just practical. One can assess the risks Mellln Mrs. Ted Tripp, late Mayor Max Woodlandof
". ..w more accurately here than by reading the papers Mrs. James Ayers Mrs. Anna Maria. As she
-, .. outside Viet Nam, and the Embassy has not askedus Charles Hulse, Mrs. Ron watches the fashions

::i .. to leave. Kllberg, Mrs. Bill Drill, through the looking glass,
..,,.""'WIJt February 22, 1965 Mrs. If. M. Chapman, Helen Peters will narrate
._ 0 I Mrs. Fran Maxon, Mrs. and Mrs. S. N. Rosedalewill
It's becoming so routine to write you about another F. B. Shell Mrs. C. E. play popular melodieson
government crisis or coup d'etat that it's almost Brewer and Mrs. C. A. her electric organ. I
tiresome. But I know how the newspapers back in the Weaver. Models will be Mrs.
U. S. dress them up in exciting colors and sell a lot Mrs. Mildred Kaekel of Earle C. Andrews Mrs.
more copies, so they seem less routine over there. Sally's Salon, Bradenton, Lawrence W. Colby Mrs.
The recent one--or maybe it's still the current one, conducted a make up anal- George E.Ingersoll.Mrs.
we don't know.-appeared to have blown over yester- ysis with Merle Norman Ora Ml shier, Mrs.
.. day. The rebels took Saigon for a day or so, but cosmetics.A Chauncey Pecoy, Mrs.
;:.. .. .- finding that they did not gain general support, the meeting of thechapterwill R. B. Ralston, Mrs. leon-
p. .
"'.. soldiers returned to their billets and the colonels be held Mar. 9, at the ard Smith. Mrs. Donald
rI,.,.... t, It .. _" .. disappeared (perhaps over the frontier to Cambodia). home of Mrs. Ayers. Swartz. Mrs. Lester M.
.. ....... .0 .
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---- Friday afternoon some tanks rolled into the downtown Utz, Mrs. Ralph W.White
St. Bernard Guild
.. ;:. ... area around General Nguyen Khanh's house and and Mrs. James Zerby.
.t:.:..-.0 -... : iF others drew up around the military headquartersacross A regular meeting of St. Entertainment will be
"'"'! from the American School campus and they Bernard Guild will be held provided by the music
;' also captured the undefended radio broadcasting at 8:10 p.m., Wednesday students of Mrs. Grace
-' '' building. By the next day they had been withdrawn, Mar. 10, at the Annie Alderton 01 D r a den ton
and General Khanh was in command of the military Sliver Community Hall. Beach. Selections will be
forces again. Today the newspapers have come out Plans for the bazaar and played by Donna Deam,
with the news that his subordinate generals have barbecue on the church Joyce Aklns, Olena and
4 voted him out of office as Commander In Chief tt grounds on Mar. 21, will Rodney Hoard, Mary Ann
r .. the Armed Forces and they will reassign him else- be made. This Is a joint Edwards Debbie Holmes
where. What this means we do not know. Some say project with the Men's Lynn Warner and Mary
that Khanh still has the support of some generalsout Club of the church. Anderson.
in the countryside and may be organizing to attack At the last meeting of Tickets for the fashion
the junior generals In control. Anyway, all's quiet the guild, a new memberwas show are available from
at the moment; and the whole population went about received Miss Katharine Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Mrs.
their regular business during the affair just as usual. McDermott. St. Glenn L. Morgan, Mrs. I
1 The curfew one night got everybody off the streetsat Madeleine Circle will Max Cole, and at INEZ'
9 p.m., but subsequently It was set at midnight. serve, under the chair at the Anna Maria Post
The earlier the better for us because we live on a manship of Mrs. Joseph Office Plaza. A donation
busy street. Kelley. of $1 will be asked. Refreshments
L Jerry has been doing the heroic Job of starting the All guild members are will be served
;$ two schools for American and non-American children urged to attend this very after the program. All
abandoned by the American Community School: Important meeting. women are Invited.
persuading teachers, transporting desks and chairs,
library books, textbooks and supplies, registering MAY C. SMITH 76, of 3004 Avenue E, Holmes
children and collecting their tuition. The small one Beach, died at Manatee Memorial< Tuesday,
for U. S. children has been In session for a week, Mar. 2. Born In Long Island City,N. Y., she had been
and Richard finds himself the biggest and oldest boyin a winter resident of the Island for the past 15 years.
the school I The larger one for non-American She was a member d Roser Memorial Community
r I children (the "Little anti-Red Schoolhouse")started Church.
classes today. I guess Jerry had to teach one of the She Is survived by a brother, Oliver Smith of
grades because one of the women who had agreed to Astoria L. I.. N. Y.
do It got frightened at the prospect late last eveningand Services and Interment to be In Flushing, N. Y.
resigned. Jerry will be home probably after Grlfflih-Cllne Island Chapel was In charge of local
A Rick and I have finished our supper. I have to eat arrangements.
<$ -* -- and go off to a meeting of the Cercle Sport Board.
And so It goes! Life here Is a bit more hectic because entertain about that number roughly once a week,
of Jerry's heavy added responsibilities, but otherwise anyway
we go about our dally lives as before, but readingthe rve written Aunt I Katharine Collier In New Delhi
papers and listening to the radio eagerly, just and In Calcutta to come right along to Saigon as
as you probably do. planned, unless the airlines refuse to bring her.
Social life has become suddenly quieter, with the That's the only real test of Saigon's being unsafe;
departure of most of the hostesses In the American and I've checked and there Is no Inhibition at all
Scenes at the Manatee County Beach on a sunny community. But we're having ten people in Friday against tourists, traveling salesmen, or anyone else
Saturday morning. (ISLANDER PHOTOS night to prove that we haven'I collapsed at all. We coming here.


THE'ISLANDER Thursday, March 4, 1965

F. E. RECHNITZER. of the aviationadventurevariety
TOUR OF ISI AND HOMESThe (Continued from Page 1) centered largely
Born In Perth Amboy, around a heroic character
"i j.11.9 Y N. J., he was the son of called the "Lone Eagle,"
r" Eighth Annual Tour of Homes, with Exhibit and Sarinus Rechnitzer, BD, and gradually the central
Tea at the parish house, 4408 Gulf Drive, will be and Mrs. Metha K. Olsen character became popular
presented from.2 to 5:30p.m.,Sunday,Mar.7, by the Rechnitzer. He and his enough so that the maga-
Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The wife, the former Miss zine carrying the stories
Annunciation on Anna Maria Island. Mabel Engle of Scottsdale adopted the name for it-
Pa., moved to the self.
The first home pictured at the left is that of Mr. and Island in 1954 from Sum- During World War II,
Mrs. Charles A. Malizia, at 607 Key Royale Drive, mit, N. J., where they Rechnitzer wrote a book,
Holmes Beach. It is a home beautifully decorated and had lived for a numberof "Take 'Er Up Alone,
4 1 furnished in a contemporary manner, based on tones years. Mister," an account of
of gold and white, developed around six wall paintingsby Before this country entered Army Air Corps cadet
the well-known Edith Cherry of Clearwater. The World War I, he training. It was written in
-iii:: effect is gay, gracious and relaxing. Of special was an ambulance driverin collaboration with an Air
interest is a white tiled sunken bath, with a statuette France. Later he came Corps officer, and was
faucet, and a wrought iron lamp over the tub. home to volunteer In the based on first hand know-
Unusual clocks add much of Interest to the decor, Army, but was rejected as ledge and experience,
especially the clock constructed by Mrs. Malizia in being physically unfit. He and helped considerablyto
the kitchen. There is a spacious lawn, with many then enlisted in the British upgrade and standardize -
plantings, and a superb view of the Bayand the main Royal Flying Corps, and training procedures.One .
Island of Anna Maria. became one of the early of the best sellersin
pilots of the famous Sop- 1943 was his biographyof

I '''f-M\;." .,.,., .t.---J--w.-! : : with Camels. He was shot Quentin Reynolds, entitled -
I \ .' Ji<, ".. ',\,'. ." "JII', j .,. down behind enemy linesin "War Correspondent. -
,' .. .) \ ,1f, :.< ,: !\ Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hulse of 524 -71st Street, Belgium only a month ." Among his other
'''' ti.- > :l' < ;' ;, 't 'J, Holmes Beach, planned their own home and and a half before the Armistice books have been some
, !::0... ::;::-l t.l'I. :;;( incorporated features especially suited to their in 1918. more biographies,and two
I.1 If' *. .)j".. ,'I,/"' .,{.,,'"4 r'", enjoyment of retirement years. The master bedroomhas During the 1920s, Ferd anthologies, as well as
'r\ r' _,'I'..,..n,'. much privacy, and its own lanai. A sink near the Rechnitzer was aviation countless miscellaneous
I I '''. swimming pool makes for ease in entertaining,and a editor of the old New York writing assignments.One .
I f workable small fountain adds its pleasant splash to the Evening Telegram. He of his books"Raff,"
murmur of the Bay. When the sliding doors are open, also was the pa er's"warcorrespondent' a novel about a dog,
the large porch becomes part of the elegant living for the was purchased last sum-
,, room, the spaciousness of which is enhanced by a short-lived Mexican rev- mer by the Walt Disney
mirrored wall. The kitchen has both a wall refrig- olution in 1929, which he organization for use in
erator and a cleans-itself oven. Mr. and Mrs. Hulse covered from the air. television, with the pos-
had Island talent do the wholly attractive interior During the 1930s, he sibility it would later be
decorating. wrote for the "pulps," made into a movie.As .
turning out between 30 a former aviator, he
and 40 thousand words a was a member of the New
month. His stories were York Hangar of the Q. B.


the treasures of the exhibit and enjoy refreshment,
806 graciously offered, all for the price of one ticket.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Probasco of South Bay
Tickets may be purchased at any of the homes on
Boulevard, Anna Maria, have constructed a home
Av exactly suited to the "yet-to-be-retired" needs of an the day of the tour, or at the parish house. They may
also be purchased in advance from any of the
active couple. Opening through the porch directly to
the beach and Bay,the colorful living room, relaxingly Churchwomen, or by calling the Vicarage, 778-1638.

k41I furnished, suggests leisure and fun. There is an
\ interesting treatment of a living room wall,using the
block construction of the house. Mrs. Probasco is
extremely skillful in design and work with fabrics.

She has a well-equipped sewing room, which doublesas ..Now Available...
a studio, and at times as an office. In this sewing
room she creates such furnishings as the bedspreadsof
an unusual black and white Picasso print,the basisof
the decor of the guest room.

oJ- _

"',. ': .;' ... .' ....... _..:: Type
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<# .....,. ::: Composition

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schuttcr of 528-74th Street,
Holmes Beach, have lived in Brazil and In many partsof
this country. They designed their home and planned 1MPHOTO
their own decorating. An as yet unfinished formal
garden claims your interest as you approach the
house. The front door is of fibreglass with mahogany
scroll work. The living room features inside shutters,
a globe lamp from an old brownstone,a free standing OFFSET
fireplace, a unique statuary lamp and a clock case,
made of wire mesh by Mrs. Schutter. There are also
many Interesting heirloom items--such as a monk's
seal ring, an Italian chest and a silk scarf under
glass. On the wide porch overlooking the Bay, is an PRINTINGVariTypor
exact and valuable scale model of the house and
garden, as it will appear when completed. The
furnishings for this model have been hand-crafted by
Mr. Schutter. An unusual feature of the home Is a
"flexible" room, with direct doors to the kitchen and
pool, which room can be converted to a dining area,
an office,, a grandchild's retreat, or any other use,
with a minimum of effort. Justowritvr

Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Jones of 509- 58th Street,,
Holmes Beach have skillfully adapted their beautiful
northern furnishings to Florida living. The focal
point of the living room is a portrait of Mr. Jones bya
member of the family, Clark Sullivan, while he wasa
student at the Chicago Art Institute. A photographic
portrait of Mrs. Jones' grandmother keynotes the Tlii Isl.. .r Piilishiii Co.
furnishings of a bedroom. Miss Judy Jones lives
with her parents, and her room is a harmonious
blending of the traditional, exemplified by a canopy
bed, and the interests of the young modern. A lox 757
delightful porch overlooking a thriving lawn and the
canal is Mrs. Jones' favorite for
adjacent spot
314 Fin A'
relaxing. ....

The "Travelers Treasures" Exhibit at the parish A... Mini, FUridiTUf
house will display to the public, artifact of beauty,
oddness and authenticity from many lands and from
the far places of our own country.A but 7712021pag
bounteous tea will be served at the parish house.
One may browse through these five homes,, examine



lursday. March 4, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 9..


AND MIXED LEAGUE L. Meyer 156 A. Rasmussen ,
Island Marine Supply lost J. Connick 156 B. Arkebauer
',\ three;points in its match R. Haverkos 156 D. Connick

with I s land Furniture P. Hottman 155 L. Miller +
Cotter in Island Mixed B. Carter 154 R. Ferguson
League action Friday P. Chapman 154 F. Moc
evening, but managed to C. Chapman
LRg on to a five-point HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) F. Davidson
in the league standW.. Miller 448s. B. Reinel
High scores in the R. Haverkos 446 *
itch were Roy FerguB.. Carter 445n THIS WEEK'S
177-487, for Island P. Chapman 444 Dick Wagner
rniture Center, and L. Meyer 441 Island Furn.
ank Moc, 186-481, for P. Hottman 434 Island Marine
land Marine Supply. J. Safford 434 Linen Rental r
Other scores were: Dick J. Connick 433 Connick's
agner Realty 4, Linen G. Alderton 433 Bayou Marina
ental 0. (Dick Wagner, B. Guild 424 ft ti
93-512; Chick Chapman, ISLAND BOWL.
61-451). HIGH GAMES (MEN) By sweeping I
Schuchard Plumbing 4, B. Guild 225 points in its
and Bar 0. (Bob Guild, B. Guild 203 ing League
25-618; Byron ArkeF.. Davidson 201 Bayou
auer. 194-518). E. Haverkos 201 evening, the
Anna Maria City Pier 3, R. Schuchard 197 Plumbing team
Webb's Island Pharmacy B. Arkebauer 194 sole
1. (Lefty Miller, 192-554; D. Wagner 193 place in the
Frank Davidson, 201R.. Schuchard 193 ings by one
553). L. Miller 192 scores in the
Connick's TV Service 3, L. Miller 191 Steve Alex, 711.20S'j
Island Trader 1. (Jimmy Arkebauer,584
Anderson, 165, Dick ConHIGH SERIES (MEN) Bradow, -
nick, 446; Leon Stafford, B. Guild 618 Other scores :
188-520). L. Miller 554 Area Insurance
Bayou Marina 3, B & K F. Davidson 553 Bank 0. (Art
Hardware 1. (Ed HaverR.. Schuchard 541 210, Gene
kos, 201-500; Lloyd HanL.. Stafford 520 Frank Davidson
son, 158-469). B. Arkebauer 518 Joyce, 477).
D. Wagner 512 Tropical
LEAGUE STANDINGS E. Haverkos 500 Men's Club 1.
Island Marine Supply 59.5 R. Ferguson 487 Haynes, -
A.M.City Pier 54.5 B. Reinel 486 Guild, 190-494)
Connick's TV 53 Island Marine
Dick Wagner Realty 51.5 TOP TEN AVERAGES Webb's Island
Bayou Marina 51 W. Miller 151 1. (Andy
Island Pharmacy 50 D. Bower 146 562; Russ King
Island Trader 48 P. Hottman 144
Sand Bar 46 D. Davidson 138 ers 3, Pete
Island Furniture 43 J. Safford 138 Restaurant 1.
Linen Rental Service 42 R. Haverkos 138 Chapman, I
huchard Plumbing 39.5 P. Chapman 137 Mokry I
& K Hardware 38 K. Ferguson 135 The ISLANDER
G. Alderton 135 Econowash 1. ( I
e:t HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) B. Carter 134 lows, 198-498; I
rJD. Alderton 168 P. Geyer 134 Gray, 191, 1
,j J. Connick 164
''B. Carter 159 B. Guild 180 Lic.nt.4 .
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Anna Maria City CAGHINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778.1925 lrrrn s Saft lf..rtinR-al i*>cu .-fiw iA a.AItlt4LW ItlatJ l'uurl



11 Page 10 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 4, 1965


OF PUBLIC HEARING Episcopal Church- Founders' Day will be
BERNARD MISSION Notice U hereby given that a Public women of the Church of observed at the Roser
(CATHOLIC) Hearing will be held at the City Officein
Holmes Beach, Florida, Tuesday The Annunciation, will Memorial Community (
R.". Francis F. WelsrollUr March 16, 1965 at 7:30 P.M.. to meet Thursday, Mar. 4, Church on Sunday,Mar. 7.
MASS SUNDAY 8, 9<1S & 10130 consider a request for rezoning lots in the Parish House, Immediately Founders' Day is an annual -
WEEKDAYS 8 am 6 & 14 d Block P, Holmes
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm Unit, from R-2 to C-3 Commercial. after the observance of the
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- PAULINE H. ARCHER Communion Service at 9 church. The program this
Harvey Memorial ChurchMonD..lnatlonal a.m. Coffee will be servedby year will include the 9 and

( ) the hostesses, Mrs. 11:15 a.m. Worship Ser-

Btadenton Beach Tiica pe7.e.t ",.Ire' George Tuttle and Mrs. vices, with new membersto

R.". -A. W. Slants |II.M-$1.00"50t .1.1... Joseph Mizen. Final plans be received at both

THURSDAY FOR SALE: Commode Mower, for the House Tour and services.
7tOO pm Social Hour Miscellaneous Furniture. Cal 778-
SUNDAY I 1402 Exhibit of "Travelers' Dinner On The Grounds

9llS am Sunday School FOR SALE Canal lot, \9UX120, with'Treasures," of which will be at 1 p.m. (to be
10i30 WEDNESDAY am Worship Service seawall. 75th: St., Island Homes Division Mrs. B. C. Booth and Mrs.H. held Indoors in case of

7iOO pm Choir Practice Tom, Wortley Holmes,Beach.401 Alameda Make offer Middle-tot M. Chapman are co- inclement weather). Each Canal front home at 508 Key Royale Drive, Holmes

Christian Sclemce Service town Ohio. chairmen, will be com- family is asked to take a Beach, recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
A. M. CaaMHwilty Heee LECTORS. &Come SUPPLIES In and; FOR let us COL fill pleted. The proposed covered dish; either a Lyberg of Bradenton. Home was built by the Wm. B.

SUNDAY those empty spaces In your album. Lenten Discussion Class, vegetable, salad or des- Lee Co., and Key Royale Homes, Inc. negotiated the

9(00 am Sunday Service We You're carry welcome supply to for come every Ink collector.browse to be held on Thursdays, sert. The meat, rolls and transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH M. L. O'Connor Stamps ft Supplies, immediately following the beverage will be furnished. -
!'a". Lee Rvltill. peeler 2403-UthSt. W.Bradenton.741-2516.
9 Communion Ser- A Service of Memorywill
FRIDAY! WANTED TO BUY. All U. S. Coins, a.m. NeedA
3lOO pm Jr. CA Gold, Currency or Foreign Coins of vice, will be explained, begin at 2, at which
SUNDAY! any Country, or old Medals, Tokens,
and the of those time special remem-
8145 am Sunday School etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 names Rubber Stamp?
IDiOO am Worship Service 14th St. W.Bridenton. Ph.747-2516., members who will presentthe brances will be given for
5l30 pm Chapel Choir ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth-
characters all members and friends
6(30 pm Worship Service Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes.Mrs. particular
7:30 pm Youth Fellowship F"nkB''rdp0"! !? 7781491.YEAR of their choice will be who have died during the We'll be gladto
Monday through Friday! Week ol AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE -
Prayer lor Horn Missions : MOWING TRIMMING announced.All year. Memorial gifts will order it for !
TUESDAY! EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- of the women of the be presented and dedicated -
7tOO pm Church Choir ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. who the service.
WEDNESDAY church, and others during
4iOO pm Intermediate GA invitedto The annual will The Islanders
REASONABLE RATES--References. are Interested, are meeting
7lOO pm Prayer Meting
RA, Sunbeams KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 attend. be held at 2:30 p.m.
after 4.30 P.M. 210-8Vh ST. H. B.:
Raset .....del Church FOR SALE English China.Completeservice .
(Non-Danesli..tl.e.1)R. ) for 12--96 pieces. $75. Call
at 111 Oak Ave., 1-6 P.M.or Phone Reasoner & Anson
.". Richer1 K. WifeinePeeler
THURSDAY STAMP SHOP.Victory Road Ellenton, ; -
lOiOO am Guild Executive Board Florida. Phone 6-5918.
3:00 pm Roser Choristers Telephone
Lenten Service
7l30 pm pm Senior Choir For the Holmes Beach 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 s

lOiOO am Group 1.youth Room Police, Call 746-7121
9:00 am Worship Service
10:00 am Sunday School I
lllS am Worship Service FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN
1:00 pm Dinner on the Grounds I" ReaimUc, Provincial French Ate>ee"h,feHe ,', I I
2:00 pm Service ol Memory
2:30 pm Annual Keeling Qtbantttlatr 'jR I
MONDAY 7:00 pm Youth Fellowship

10:00 am Miriam Circle, Mrs. Ni lei NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY Motfll WCUJ Mrttl BIM1 vtltol
M. J. Niles Leidkeoe el J2-Dieeer el 6 p... 4 Miert er vtttt! 4 ctiers er

TUESDAY 7:00 pm Boy! Scout Troop Teh Sarasota 388.2805 4 uteri er wiatsf Lowest priced
1:00 pm Guild Luncheon FRIGIDAIRE

WEDNESDAY 7:30 pm Church Council Meeting Thrifty 2-speed pushbutton Washer! FRIGIDAIREFRIGIDAIRE

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(Episcopal) DRIFTWOOD o Push a button for core

Ray. Gerald K. Lowe, Rector GALLERIES CAMERA SHOP o Gentle care for Wash rect fabric washing. 0 Gentle Flowing Heat
9:00 am Holy Eucharist & Wears. 0 Soaks and washes dries breeze fresh!
Interesting, Unusual DEVELOPING 24 HOURS
o Jet-Away rinsing.Automatic without resetting. e No-stoop lint screen.
I 8:00 am Holy EucharistWEDNESDAYl Color & Black and Whit.
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< Soak 0 Spins wash driest of e Porcelain Enameled
7:00 Holy Eucharist
am 48 HRS. .Slides 8. Movies
9:00 am Holy Eucharist CREATIONS cycle, too. all! drum.

Gloria Del Lutheran Church HANDCRAFTS (If brought In by 1 p.m.)


SUNDAY School See it. II', 4Ufl.ritl. It 'will help )ou At 125 Bridge Street
OlIS am Sunday $23995tI. 144
10:30 am Worship Service de..lep l your Int net Is creallaf. BRADENTON BEACH .' PAYM/NT

Hl30 am Choir Rehearsal Ctrfti M. ft Mth St. 778.1185 L A N

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(".... ._1n.H.n.I) _
9:15 am Sunday School
9:30 am Adult Bible Class
11:00 Sermon am Worship Service & New from FRIGIDAIRE


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Cosh set UN big: 102.Ib. e Divided top has room' for

Please Place Order i Size zero zone top freeze: roast regardless tenderizes of Uw your' price bijpoU and kettles

Come Uuch the twin fruit you pay for meat elbow room tea

by 5p.m. Thursday and vegetable Hydrttors.e 0 Set M4 P-CooII-Untet
i e ttclosJw Pull 'N Clean
starts and stops the oven
Compare Frigidaire oven cleans from top.
Frost Proof system no e Tm storage drawers for

frost even in the frtfler. e Meal Minder-Cook when pots pans and kettles.
you like,seNt.tltn you like.
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I March 4, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 11 1j j 1


J We have a lovely four-bedroom home with Wagner-REALTY
I 2-1/2 baths, air-conditioning, central heat, Like Big ROomS ?
jl 150-foot seawalled canal lot with boat dock, Island Shopping C.nt.r
screened-in patio with beautiful pool.For saleat PHONE 718.2.&<< Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
a greatly reduced price. Good terms if C...Eo...M.f,"-t.BkM KING SIZE Bedroom--15 x 16 feet.
desired. Will be sold in A-l. first class AlUn Pik..A..d. KING SIZE Florida Room--12 x 24 feet.
condition for UNDER $30,000. KING SIZE Garage--16 x 30 feet.
KING SIZE Cedar Lined Closets.
Gulf KING SIZE 1250-gallon S. T.
RALPH H. 'AU ISH. Mfr. PIGGY "HASSlf MOORS AMKNN Front Apartments KING SIZE Automatic Oil Furnace.
[PosT Office '''s.. A... Mario ......: '771.1902Don't THREE 1-Bedroom Efficiencies, and two KING SIZE Lot--90 x 100 feet.
Overnight Motel Units. Also, an attractive On paved street Two bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths.
two-bedroom Owner's Apartment. All well Completely furnished. Carpets TV,all appliances -
Miss furnished. PLUS A NICE BEACH! dishes, etc., including built-in deep
freeze and refrigerator. Total price:$16,000.
All' For $27,500 Owner will finance for responsible buyer.

Rtglsiirtd Rtol Estotf Irokir-Salts & Rtitils
Models Open Daily Phone 778.2663
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
JACK HOLMES, Realtor 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE


ff f' Buy a Lot, Corner Lot on Key Royale

Across street from Boat
offered with low down payment and reasonable Basin and Bay .
monthly terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTS!

Shown by Appointment in HERE'S YOUR CHANCE! Nice & Wide((75 ft.) LOW, LOW CASH PRICE
Tip-Top Neighborhood--Boat Docking
DUPLEXIdeal Rights included. Paving Paid. $3,960.00Mahar
Investment fox retirement: Spacious Just $2,000
units, w2 bedrooms on each side, fully
equipped and beautifully furnished. Central JACK MARSHALL Rtiltor Real Estate
heat. Excellent- terms. RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR
We finally have a listing on a waterfront lot ....*.... .... fstitt Irrtwi
we have been asked about many times. This MAM Building 778.2814 Anna Maria
7702 Self Mrt, H.l..* itufc 77J-HSf
has a most superb view, easy boat access to
Tampa Bay. Size 100 x 20. Price only$6,0001!
4I. -
For the Discerning and Discriminating, i' I
we have a beautiful and unique home with all ,:: ,1 1: BUILD A BRIDGE
modern conveniences--PLUS a fabulous view \
' ,
--PLUS an extra, seawalled lot, unusually 1 ( ,1
11 landscaped. Shown by appointment only. : r

6.rtrid. hiss III..* .... .. ",. 'I., '".

I! >i Heritor 'c'. ,,\ v .

: l Fran Maxon, Associate -"' "" yr

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$3,284 Down Including TO RETIREMENT

Closing Costs

$78.82 Per Month
T1. CM b. 'III iq..hhl'pairs.
U ..!. I'w frkrit ... ..|.r
i.e 1Id1'''....

B.st of all.,

----- someone else
does the workl

$14,900 Cash Price ..tJtl

New Home By Wm. B. Lee Co. A rtsidtfltiol apartment areltnI 1

1 % Blocks To Beach can be a weekend

Central Heat retreat or a vacation

Air Conditioning home now-o full time
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Tile Roof OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 55. living lottr.

Open Daily At 304.66th Street

Other Information At Model 5400 Gulf Drive

Homes On KEY ROYALE Condominium Apartments

"on the Gulf of Mexico"
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Business Office Phone 778-2023
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida 778-1697 778-1548 RON FREE DELIVERY JERRYr