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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
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I Recent high altitude picture of the Island from the north end beaches In recent years, and the growth
north end. Picture shows the build-up of sand on the of the residential area (lSI.ANOElPIIOTO)

I'' Fugitive From Canada ReportedTo Erosion Committee Mtttiig ProclamationKNOW

Approximately 50 persona commission to com mil
Have lean Coming To IslandArea attended a meetingof Itself about when It Is
a special fact-finding going to give us help. Thenwe
dailies last week Thursday. committee on erosion in can argue about the
carried wire service articles Johnson said the Can Hradenton Heach Thurs type of groin or seawall ALL I MEN HY T1II-SH PKKSKN1S:
about a fugitive dian government had day evening. needed'
from Canada who might posted a $15,000 reward Richard M. Rose, the Rose emphasized that Hy virtue of the authority vested In me as Mayorof
have been hiding out on for the capture of Rivard, committee chairman, the committee wanted to the City of Anna Maria, Florida, I do hereby
the Island. and said he understood opened the meeting by ascertain what had been proclaim the week of March 21 to March 27
The Toronto Globe and "all sorts" of tips had telling the group that the done In the past and what 'KIWANIS HOOK COLLKC1ION: WKUK.'
Mall had contacted Fed- been received since the committee wanted to get progress had been made
eral customs agents and reward was announced. some action, not In the In conversations with the I urge all citizens of Anna Marla Island to .
West Coast law enforce- Chief [Deputy Clyde GUI "far future, but In the county commission and cooperate In this project whereby thc Klwanls I
ment officers that It had: of the Manatee County immediate future." the state road board. Club of Anna Maria Island, by the collection and I;
received a tip that Lucien Sheriffs office said the lie added, "It Is not for lie said the committeewas sale of both paper back and hard cover booker
Rlvard an accused narcotics sheriff's office was us to decide or suggest a on the agenda for the contributes all the proceeds K "Happiness (House
smuggler, was checking out the reports. type of groin or seawall meeting on Monday of the and to two deserving students from the Island as
headed for the Island. The Canadian newspapersaid we want to get the county (Continued on Page 3)J' ) scholarships to the Manatee Junior College.

The newspaper said it the letter from the --- -.. --. --
had received a letter froman businessman was dated Signed this 17th day of March, 1963
unidentified Montreal Mar. 5, and told of seeinga liAR VHY C. MKYKR:
businessman who claimed man who resembled Mayor of the City of Anna Marla
to have seen Rivard at Rlvard outside a post
St. Petersburg three days office In St. Petersburg.
after he had broken out ofa The businessman said the
Montreal Jail on Mar. 2. man approached him ask' ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Tampa customs agents ing for directions on how ..... M.J.4.JI.
said they had not been to reach Anna Marla T_,.
advised of the alleged Island. r !......***..
sighting of the escapedman GUI was advised by a I mm H-* hp.* H 1G/-
but said all customs Canadian source that
agents were looking for Rivard reportedly had Mar. 9--54 58 56 W 57 None
him. been seen "hanging L Mar. 10-56 70 67 72 59 None
"We have been lookingfor around one of the gambling Mar. II--60 70 68 73 60 None
him since he brokeout caslrvcm on Anna Maria Mar. 12--62 70 69 74 59 None
and the area watched Island," although the information Mar. 13-70 72 72 76 61 .2
has included Anna Maria did not say Car which collided with another near the intersection Mar. 14-66 70 69 73 65 .1
Island." Customs Agent which gambling casino. of State Roads 64 and 7S9 Sunday afternoon. No one Mar. 15-62 71 69 81 65 None
Sam Johnson said last (Continued on Page 3)) was injured in the accident. ISLANDER PHOTO)



2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 18, 19sypQdt !

A Case For FloridaBY


following is a column from a Los

paper, and was written by Tom Duggan, and titled
"Shivers in the Sun." It was brought toour attentionby

Islander Bernice Birkman. It was sent from
California by Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Butts, who were
+ ) Island residents, but who now live in the West for
family reasons, but who say they prefer Florida.

I will never understand why sun worshipers some-
times take their winter vacations in the West. They
must be very gullible people, and can be hypnotizedby
'{ one quick look at a travel folder. If they had the
V+aNEW brains the Lord gave a lazy white dog they would
check a few western weather reports before leaving
their Eastern and Midwestern villages and either stay
home or head South.
The weather phenomenon of the West is not the
ALDERMEN Holmes Beach Elmer G.
: Mayor warmth, but the coldth. Why it doesn't snow in Los
Twist (right) administered oath of office to three
Angeles every night is something these big-eared
members of the board of aldermen who were elected
weather forecasters cannot explain. Californians
last week. Left to right are veteran alderman, JohnE.
probably endure more cold than Easterns. Easternershave
Holmes Jr., and newcomers to the board Jack
the sense to dress for their weather from over-
Moorman and Jack Neil. At
Tuesday evening'smeeting
coats to long underwear. Westerners dress like
of the Holmes elected
board was presidentof
Tahitians to catch the noonday sun and then are too
the board for the Islander Photo
coming year. ( )
t cheap to change to something heavier in the eveningand

.. so just sort of shiver the night away.
t Even In the summertime the Pacific Ocean is as
-r V cold as the clients' waiting room at a mortuary. I
have a sneaking hunch the elected officials of the
various beach cities hike down to the water's edgeat
sunrise and melt the ice with their wives' hair
dryers. Otherwise ocean skating out to the three mile
limit would be the community sport. Joe Frisco's
crack of how a Californian can go to sleep under a
rose bush in full bloom and freeze to death says it

winter visitors to my adopted land come out
completely equipped for "Fun In the Sun." If not,
they spend their first hours in haberdasheries that
sell such pneumonia-catching equipment. The stuff
then sits in their closets and develops a mild case of
mildew, while they crouch around the lobby fire

whining and sniveling about the rain, the overcast,the
fog, the dewpoint, the barometric tendencies, and the
plain coldness not only of the atmosphere, but of the
I know it can get colder than Dutch love in Floridaon
s occasion. But when it's warm, it's warm. When
the sun starts to set, an Alaskan wind doesn't show
up to turn a lover's breath into a hacking cough. The
evenings in Florida can be the loveliest part of the
2 Interested spectators at the De Soto Landing, despitethe day. A fellow with a convertible can leave the top
rain, were Luis Jordana, firm: secretary of the down and really live the part the automobile adver-
Spanish Embassy in Washington, and De Soto Queen tisements for such vehicles depict.
Diana Richards. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Girlwise, the Floridians are much better off. Nextto
or Kansas City they have the prettiest in the nation.

California would have some very handsome girls,
Epsilon Alpha S. A. R. MEETING
but they all seem to think a talent scout Is in the
x \I Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Saramana Chapter of the neighborhood and stay thin so they will photographwell.
Beta Sigma Phi, met recently Sons of the American That may be all well and good for the motion
at the home of Mrs. Revolution will meet at a picture studios, but It Isn't much help to the common
; James Ayers. Members luncheon at the Columbia man. He is presented with a bunch of scrawny women
attending were Mrs. Fran Restaurant, St. Armand'sKey whose shoulder blades make them look as though the
Maxon, Mrs. Ron McCor- at noon, Friday, forgot to take the hangers out of their dressesOr
mick, Mrs. C.A.Weaver Mar. 19.Speaker. a bunch who have given up and have gone In th
Mrs. John Van Osten- at the luncheon other direction.
bridge, Mrs. C. E. will be Captain Ralph E. Florida women are too far from Hollywood to eve
I Brewer, Mrs. Ron Styles, USN, (Ret'd), now want to see the lastest Fabian picture. They are muc
Kilberg, Mrs. Clayton associated with New Col- more interested in how they fill out their bikinis ar
Bower, Mrs. II. M. lege. they fill them out well. Also the sun tans quickly the
Chapman, Mrs. George Capt. Styles will speak and they do not look like they missed their turn i
Norwood and Mrs. James about his experiences as the local blood dispensary. They alsogoout w|[
Clark. Guests were Mrs. a submarine commander you even if you can't get them a Job. Jf!'
.Margaret Hulse, Mrs. during World War II. He Golf is another problem. Most California course
Juanita White, Mrs. Lor- is a two-time winner of are built on or in mountains. Without a golfcart they
raine WyngartcnandMrs. the Navy Cross,bestowedfor can be negotiated only by Olympic athletes. At tte
w Jeannie Kerwood. a-meritorious first sign of precipitation the carts are ruled off tttt,
A short business meet- service while in the sub- fairways to protect the 12 blades of grass left after
ing was presided over marine service. Ills last the last blight. That rules out the p<>(-belliM
by Mrs. Maxon. A pro- command was the USS Easterner unless he wants to cash in on his double
gram on sculpture and Sea Devil. indemnity clause.
modelling was presentedby Compatriot Ralph M.
Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. Kendall of Holmes Beach X. /
Clark. Mrs. Ted Tripp was committee chairmanfor ,
was chosen Girl of the the meeting. t.1.kt .J .
I't'l tlfJ'\' ..
Year. t
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The next meeting of the o M.Lk4 .. ; -- --=.....-..-: U'
group will be Tuesday .4-
evening, Mar. 23, at the .
home of Mrs. William The Islander

Britt. AN |.........t Weekly pvUillitJ ..."? l1uUM- ,

1. Warren Jerrems, 10, of Dradcnton, with 4-pound, by
3-oz. Sheepshead he caught at the Rod & Reel Pier 314 Pi.. A*..u ., AM M.ri. lilwJ, Ftri4.

Saturday to win the DC Soto Fishing Tournament in EDITOR..... ... .___.- STEVE KIMBAll
competition with 300 other anglers of all ages, who ADVERTISING MANAGER..JMARGE KIMBALL
fished both the Rod & Reel Pier and the Anna
at MAIL ADDRESS: P. a Bo: 737,Anna Marta, Florid
Maria City Pier. Warren has been an ardent fisher- TELEPHONE: 771-2021.
man ever since he was large enough to hold a pole.
2. Warren poses with DC Soto Queen Diana Richards, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. 1X50
and Hernando DC Soto himself (Kay Rowlett), while per year; $2 for six month Canada q
holding the fishing outfit he won as top prize in the $S per war. ADVERTISING. RATES: ...
column Inch. DUcounc cites
contest. $1 per :j _
for consecutive Insertions
3. Nell Campbell Darby of Anna Maria and Danlels- if paid by tenth of following month. 'q ,
ville, Ga., with 3-pound, 12-ounce Sheepshead she National or agency placed adn"la.... ''
caught at the Anna Maria City Pier. She Is holdingthe 1.26 per column inch. .. .,
outfit she won for having the second largest fish -tts..nl.ost.ns- .,.
in the tournament. CLOSING TIME* NOON TUESDAY.

4. Pete Pelican, a frequenter of the City Pier, who Entered ** Second Class miner under
1 r the Act d March 3. 1179.MANATf .
failed to register in order to be an entrant In the
fishing tournament although he caught the largest
number of fish. ISLANDER PHOTOS)




March 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3 :

(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1))
Rivard, central figurein county commission, and I n k. 4 a
a sensational Canadian that both Walter Talley,
political scandal, was being city attorney, and Rose
held at Bordeaux jailin himself would present the
Montreal pending extradition facts to the commission.Rose "
to the United urged that every- L.1. :
States. He was chargedwith one at the meeting attend u a ftr r 9"w
conspiracy to smug- the meeting of the county A
gle heroin into the United commission. It was plan-
States from Mexico and ned to have a motorcade 4T : -
Canada. from Lindsey's Sundries _
Reported bribe attemptsto Store to the court house. fri w-.4
get Rivard out of jailon The part of Bradenton i _
bail have led to a Beach which is of immed-
government investigationof iate concern is that area
the attempts, and to the from Bridge Street southto 1
resignation of two highly 13th Street.In that area
placed Canadian govern- there are several places
ment officials.An where the Gulf is only a
international searchwas few feet from the edge of
launched immediately State Road 789.
after Rivard and another The committee made it f
prisoner at the jail, Andre clear, however, that it
Durocher,slugged a guard also was concerned with l
., .
and escaped through a the erosion problems of .{ s.; tV
boiler room from the jail. the entire city.
According to the news- Rose appointed several
paper stories, Rivard is residents to keep in touch
wanted in Texas, on an with others in the city to \
indictment in connectionwith keep interest in erosion k. J
the find of$56 million problems aroused. Those
worth of heroin in 1963. who will serve in that
Original reports indicated capacity are Bob Sheldon, IIl'
Rivard might beheaded Peter Pirrone,John Fitzgerald l'I'I
for Mexico with and Jim Templin.
his 32-year-old wife. Po- He urged all housewivesto Ii
lice said he was in pos- call their neighbors to
session of large sums of acquaint them with the
money and should be con- facts of the situation.
sidered dangerous.He Installation cf a seawall
is described as being along the Gulf south of
50 years old, about five Bridge Street by the State M

feet, six inches tall, and Road Department waits ,. '{.t ... t: m At. ,U 'v. :S2-a..:: ; i. ;" JM.r ....
weighing 165. I lie has acquisition of right of way
greying brown hair and by the county.Desmarais Members of William Wood's class at Happiness gain proficiency In a game which could become a I
brown eyes, police said. House receiving golf Instruction from retired golf lifelong recreational activity, and to improve their
He has been known to use Henry Andrews fro, Ed Mahoney (left), and Mrs. Fred Hutchinson physical coordination. The youngsters are, left to
aliases such as Mariel Henry Andersonand of Holmes Beach The instruction is given duringthe right, Kenny, Hutch, Timmy, A1. Bill and Wayne.
Desmarais, Joaques L. La Pointe. youngsters' recess periods to help them (ISLANDER PHOTO UY SAM GIBSON)

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 18, 191

'iwet Sells aK2Cocizie) Island Visitors Strange Bedfellows' 1 14J1LI 1

Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mayhew of Pennington Bradenton will play the
N. J.. Mr. and Mrs. James Purse of Hudson, part iV. "Strange Bed.fellows"
And HOW does your garden grow? Ohio, and sons. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Heady of of Gifford
Kokomo, Ind.HALEY'S Hampton, British husbandof
"GARDENERS" from "NOT ALL LAUGHTER"by MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W. Studebaker of Addle Cromwell Hamp
Eleanor Morton: Topeka, Kan. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hall of Montreal ton, to be portrayed by
"Trees I love best of all growing things, for Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wadlin of Belfast Me. .. Marion Broderick.
their silence and their patience and their mas- Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Winks of Logan, W. Va. .Mr. Although he is a new-
culine beauty. Bushes are like plump and pretty and Mrs. Frederick C. Wright of Hagerstown, Md. comer to Little Theatre,
women in billowing flowered clothes. Flowers are Mrs. Dale Manchester, Miss Ann Manchester and in his first few rehear
. like laughing and lovely girls, and that is why Mrs. S. H. Gibson of Holland, N. Y.. .Mrs. Arthur sals, Tennant has showeda
men are dedicated to flower gardening. Wilson of Cranford, N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. definite talent for the
"Women are mistakenly believed to be the world's Roberts of Silver Creek, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeJ. stage, and especially for
gardeners. However, from the time of Adam himself, Waslart of Louisville, Ky. comedy.He .
men have planted and tended gardens. The Gardenof ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry 'y'.1" is a co-owner of the
Eden was tended by Adam before Eve appeared. Wurtsthoff of Russell, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. S. B.Capleof : Sanders & Son tire Com-
There is no record that she selected so much as Lake George, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zwartof ., ..... ", pany in Bradenton.
one flower to admire, and when she began to choose Yonkers, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Windland of
material for costumes, it was leaves she used, not Lexington, Ky., and family. Mr. and Mrs. RichardW. MARION BRODERICKof
petals. Women have been interested, primarily, in Hearth of Terrace Park, and family. Anna Maria will play
the practical uses of gardening, ever since. Vege- TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. John Stenzel of the part of Addle Crom-
tables, roots for cooking, vines which bear fruit to Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harrison of well Hampton in"Strange
feed the family, have been the feminine botanic Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Adam F. Stumler of New Bedfellows," and judging
interest. If"l- -.- -"' .:";'.,....-- Albany, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mainwaring of by her past performances,
II Cape Coral. will play it well.
IJ' FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Andy Miss Broderick is one of
Becum of Lancaster, Ohio. Miss Diana Claffey and the area's most accom-
i i Miss Diana Todd of Co- plished and experienced
lumbus, Ohio. Mr. and actresses, and has played
.j Mrs. C. H. Krause of dozens of parts for the
Kingston, N. Y. .Mr. and e Island Players, the Man-
.f Mrs. Earl Collings of atee Players, and the
Scottsburg,Ind. Mr. and 4 h N \ r Players of Sarasota. In
Mrs. John F. Turley of 1963 she played"Gigi"
"The hanging gardens of Babylon were conceivedand Hurricane, W. Va. for the Island Players,
were built--for a woman to be sure--but by a PALM COURT: Mr. and and in 1964, in "Silver
man. When the Crusaders came back with mailed Mrs. Suel Holmes and Whistle."
fists rusted with blood, they carried slips of rosesto Mr. and Mrs. William
be planted in their gardens back home. Men have Doot and family of Grand DR. ROY GUNTHER of
risked their lives to discover a new orchid, a new Rapids, Mich. Holmes Beach, a well-
and exquisite lily. They have battled with savages, EASTO' THE SUN:Mrs. known eye, ear, nose and
challenged disease and slow death, to seek a little G. D. Scott of Cedar Lake, throat specialist,will play
bulb which they could put in dark earth in order to Ind. and Mrs. H. Ross of the part of the Mayor.No .
see it grow and bloom. An old fellow once wrote of Wabash, Ind.both sistersof newcomer to the
the garden: Mrs. LaMoine Baker, Players' stage, he has
owner of East 0' The Sun. w had parts in the "Silver
'In our vast woods whatever simples grow CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS : Whistle" "GI I," and
Whose virtues none but the Indians know : Mr. and Mrs. Pretty Molly Zupanic of "Not in the Book.'
Within the confines of this garden broughtTo John Wisnievske of Chi- Kalamazoo, Mich., an attractive Dr. Gunther is marriedand
rise with added luster shall be taught cago. addition to the 11i has a daughter in
Then culled with Judgment each shall yield its BAYVIEW VILLA Island scene this winter. college. He says that next
juice APARTMENTS: Mr. and (ISLANDER PHOTO) to spending his time with
Saliferous balsam to the sick man's use.' Mrs. James Cosgrove of his family, his favorite

Port Washington. Y. hobby is golf.CONNIE .
"Expeditions have been sent to find simples and Art Forsman of Milwaukee. Mrs. Rose Cangro of ail --
herbs for the healing of men. But the valorous Astoria, N. Y.. Mrs. Evelyn F. Boyce and Mrs. FLEMING of
journeys, the challenging, have been for flowers. Howard Wright of Burlington, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. Bradenton Beach will be
Not 'judgment' but 'beauty' have been the guide. Dick Vanden Heuvel of Grandville, Mich. Mr. and seen in "Strange Bed-
"Watson, the annalist, speaking of the early Mrs. Fred R. Wachendorf of Michigan City, Ind. fellows" as Julia Crom-
colonial homes of America, writes: 'The small Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dc Vrles of Grand Rapids,Mich. well, wife of the Senator.
flower bed stood solitary and alone in most family WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Miss Fleming is em-
gardens, and sunflowers, gay and rank were Hurter of Oak Park, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I ployed by Dr. Charles
the chief articles grown.' That was so despite the Wheeler of Elmhurst, 111. \ Crowley. An actress with
Indians waiting with poisoned darts. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. B.Cues of Farming- i wide experience in Little
"It was to please the men that the flowers grew. ton, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meyers of Chicago. Theatre, she has played
Pastorious wrote of his garden that it was a 'pretty Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Wilson of Madison, Wis. 1 dozens of roles with the
little plot,' producing chiefly 'cordial and stomachicand Mr. and Mrs. Kermit B. Schulz of Dedham, Mass. Island Players, Manate
culinary herbs,' providing'victuals and drink and Mr. and Mrs. W. Kelly of Pontiac, Mich. .Mr. and Players and the Playerof
medicine,' as was necessary in a new community.But Mrs. Cecil Sutsen of Goetzville, Mlch. Mr. and Sarasota.On .
the bow to utility having been made, there were Mrs. William Burnside of Bay City, Mich. Mr. and the local stage sti
set aside beds for dainty plants to be gathered Mrs. R. R. Borman of Minneapolis.S. has been seen most re
'into nosegays' too. The first Germans to arrive S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. FloydC. cently in "Gigi" and th
each kept a vegetable garden, but with a 'flower Popp and Mr. and Mrs. Olin V. Hyde of East "Silver Whistle."
bed' gay with 'rank hollyhock,' morning glories and Syracuse, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hungerford of
bright pretty posies to give to thelrprosalc, amiable Orange, Conn..Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Homer of HELEN GENUNG, wh
womenfolk."A Sewickley, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Parker of will play the part of Till
writer says that gardening to women is an art, Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. G. Eccarues of Sioux Sparker, is now a year
to men a sport. Falls, S. D.CHARLIN. around Island residen
VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. George Milne of (in Holmes Beach), and I Ia
To be continued when I-- Oak Park, 111. Mr. and Mrs. George Slllaway of Little Theatre actresof
See you next week. Ovid Mich. long experience.
--GINNIE HARBOR LIGHTS MO- Before moving to t
TEL: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Island, she and her hu
liam Davidson of West band Bill, belongedthe
Hempstead, N. Y.. Mr. Birmingham Villa)
and Mrs. Gerald Mayersof Players in Michigan f<
Alma, Mich..Mr. and Mr
h A n YYY more than 25 years.
VI, Mill l NOMMtM peruatKEY T'PMr. : Mrs. K. E. Dumbauld of Genung not only playeda
Columbus Ohio.. Mr.
number of production
ROYALE CLOG s;, .,Rwou
menwt u aM ; \ .. and Mrs. J. Dykcma of but also directed sever
.Oil'4 twaty nw [ Evergreen Park, 111... Her only previous roi
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil J. L. with the Island Play
Sheppard of Akron, N. :. : was as Vinnie in L1Ie
.Mr. and Mrs. George With Father," in lPage ? .
Davis of Hudson, Mass. .
Mr. and Mrs. A.Zuclcmaof MIKE DOLL of Longboat
Morrison, Ind.. Mr. Key will play the pan of
.and Mrs. Tyler Rigginof and Mrs. R. Taylor of Nicky. Mike is a student
Kalamazoo, Mich., who Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. at the Island Elementary
were guests last week of and Mrs. K. R. Kollmorgen wac. School, and will be making
Mr. and Mrs. Don Pro- of Fraser, Mich. his first appearance on
. .. .. ., .. basco of Bay Boulevard SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. the stage. He is a pram
-- \ Anna Maria. (ISLANDER and Mrs. Kenneth Jenksof enthusiast. (I S LAN DEL
Palatine 111.. Mr.and Y
_'... ._. j'- of
.. Mrs. Carl Yackel
-........... of
---- -- Rochester, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. B. Schwartz
Some of the members of Key Royalc's exclusive Georgetown, S. C.
bicycle club, the "Royal Riders," as they gatheredfor PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
an outing Saturday afternoon. Left to right arc: Bancroft of Champaign, 111.
Paula Wills, Eleanor and Frank Schroeder, Elsie Shaw of Marshall, 111. Mr. and Mrs. James Saffronof

Malizia, Ruth Stoltz, Anne and John Donnelly, Howard Toledo, Ohio.
and Reba SCHELTER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. John G.
Adams, Marie and Bob Feeley, and Cotton
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Thursday March 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 I IfJ4ttu4lfte ,


Manatee High School Honor StudentsThe Island Visitors .

(Continued from Page 4))
ARTHUR E. SHUMARD 70, of 106 Tarpon Street three students at Schultes of Cincinnati...Mr and Mrs. Clinton Her-
Anna Maria, died in a local hospital Sunday Mar. 14.
the right were named as nandez of Ticonderoga, N. Y.
Born in Harvey Ill., he came to the Island from three of the 17 who makeup BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weaverof
Chicago in 1949. the top four percent of Queens Village N. Y.
He was a retired supervisor for the International the senior class at Mana- BEARD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nixon and
Harvester Co., Chicago; a member of Roser Me- tee High School. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stell of Wolcott, N. Y.
morial Community Church, Anna Maria; a memberof Bob Levenson of Holmes TAHAITI APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Lellis
Birmingham Lodge AF&AM, Birmingham,Mich., Beach is the son of Mrs. F' Drubekln of Gallon. Ohio.
and of the International Harvester Executives
COTTAGE and Mrs. Allen
Marjorie Levenson and McINTOSH : Mr. Young-
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Leone A. Shumard
the late Barrett Levenson.He berg of Duluth Minn.
Anna Maria; a daughter Mrs. Betty Kambs, Deer- is president of the THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BA Y MOTEL:Mr.and .
field 111.; a son,Charles A.Shumard Uniontown Pa.; Student Council, a Merit Mrs. Anthony Mattie of Bayville. N. J...Mrs.
three sisters, Mrs. Maude Randall, Benton Harbor, Finalist, and manager of Georgine Clifford of Philadelphia and party...Mr.
Mich., Mrs. Rose Laughlin Sun City Fla., and Mrs. the Raisin' 'Canes. and Mrs. H. Hampt of West mont, 111...Dr. and Mrs.R. .
Alice Winslow, San Gabriel, Calif., and three grand- O. Norris of Tuckerman Ark...Mr. and Mrs.W. .
children. BOB LEVENSON H. Cate of Walnut Ridge Ark...Mr. and Mrs. D.
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island Polderman Jr. of Glen Rock N. J...Mr. and Mrs.
Chapel, Tuesday afternoon, with the Rev. Richard K. :.... Aldrich Brownard of Litchfield,Ohio...Mr.and Mrs.
Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Community .e .. '.... E. G. Flester of Falls Church. Va...Mr. and Mrs.
Church, officiating. Burial was to be in Oak Lawn e.. William Fazio of Farmlngdale. N. Y...Mr.and Mrs.

.Cemetery, Chicago. Y Glenn C. Wagner of Highland Ind...Mr and Mrs.J.
-I -I -I Turner of Palm Heights 111.. .Mr and Mrs. Donald (
MRS. CHARLOTTE W. BRIGHAM, 84, of 4808 Gulf Hall and party of Montrose Pa...Mr.and Mrs.Ross
Drive, Holmes Beach, died at an area rest home, Ott and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Stltt of Wichita Kan...
Tuesday, Mar. 16. Born in Greens Landing Pa., Mary Ann Barton is the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeinistra of Hudsonville.Mich.
she moved to the Island in 1961 from LaFayette, N. Y. and
daughter of Capt.and Mrs. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. Mrs. Jim Parkerof
Survivors are her husband, Arthur B. Brigham of .. of Lincoln
H. B. Barton of Holmes Palmetto. Robert S.Bakos Park Mich. 4
Holmes Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Alitha M. Bruce of Beach. She is a memberof ...Vincent Kahre of Union, Mo...Mr. and Mrs.John ,
LaFayette; a sister Mrs. Orlando A. Williams of the French Club. McNee of Penns Grove N. J...Miss Donna Jean ,Ij
Binghamton N. Y., and a grandchild. McNee of Wilmington, Del...Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Services and Interment will take in 1'M
place Athens Pa. Bradway of Carneys Point N. J...Mr. and Mrs.
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local .:. Donald Sanderlin of Waukegan 111.. .Mr. and Mrs. "

arrangements. Jerome P. Neaoin of St. Paul Minn...Mr. and Mrs. \
/ / 208 / Henry Pockrant and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Terzia Jr. 11 jE
EDWARD J. 61 of Haverkos
of Saginaw Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Daunt of
Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital Fair Oaks Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Link of
Thursday Mar. 11. Born in Chicago,he moved to the 'j.Kathie. MARY ANN BARTON Bloomington Ill..Mr. and Mrs. William S.Schwegman ,

Island from that city two years ago. of Carmel Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Corbin
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Alfreda Mae Schmidt, Howey is a mem- of Sauquoit, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harter of
and a stepson Donald Gnass both of Holmes Beach. ber of the Cheltenham Indianapolis...Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Leighton of
Services and interment were in Chicago. Exchange, managing edi- Detroit...Mr. and Mrs.Gail Follansbee of LaCrosse,
Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local tor of the MACOHI. and Wis.. .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil J. L. Sheppard of Akron

arrangements. Is the daughter of Mr. N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ardill of Aurora Ont...
-I -I 1It and Mrs. Harry S. Howeyof Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Nelson of Rockford, 111. ..
Cortez. Mr. and Mrs. George Lutey of Flint Mich. ..Chris
Sarnow of Wauwatosa, Wis... R. L. Mervlllc of
Two Island students who Watertown, Wis.. .11. J. Fleming of West Allls, Wis.
.".. .. were In the top ten percentof TilE SANDMAN APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
:. the class were Lynn Donald Willey of Flint Mich.
Pritchard and Judith FLAMINGO APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mrs.Clarence
Schick. Romlg of Bethlehem, POI...Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
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DR. HENRY F. JAMES of Holmes Beach is among Captain Dryden 86 Today
the 459 surviving members of the Class of 1915 of the Guests at the Motels
University of Wisconsin, at Madison, who will be
inducted into Wisconsin's Half-Century Club at one of
the main events of the Wisconsin Alumni Association'sannual SbUTHWIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Reunion Weekend program, May 1415. Netzow of Hart, Mich.
The surviving members of the class, who received JERONIMO DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Alstan Dodgeof
their degrees from the university 50 years ago, will New Richmond, Ohio.
become members of the Half-Century Club at a SPEER DUPLEX: Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurt of West
luncheon in the Wisconsin Union on Friday, May 14. Jefferson, Ohio, until the end of March.
This year marks the 25th in the history of the BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs. R. F.Baker of Berkley,
university and its alumni association that the certi- W. Va.
ficates have been presented to Wisconsin graduatesof INFIELD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Appling
a half century or more, beginning with the Classof of Atlanta. Mr. Appling is none other than Hall of
1891, and brings total membership in the club to Famer Luke Appling, longtime American Leaguestar
more than 3,900 over the past 24 years. with the Chicago White Sox. He is now a coach
MR. AND MRS. EDWIN TIPPETT of Toledo, Ohio, with the Kansas City A's.
were guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hollie Ellis of Bradenton Beach. Mr. Tippett sold
his printing business last summer after owning it oJ7iI
53 years. He is editor of the Toledo American ,
Legion Press, a publication which reaches all
Legionnaires in Toledo and Lucas County.

'' Akins Wins Eagle CAPT. JAMES B. DRYDEN of Bradenton Beach,
one of the Island's greatest boosters, will celebratehis
Scout AwardEric 86th birthday Thursday. Most of those who have
spent any time along the beach at the south end of A
Akins, son of Mr. the Island will remember the friendly old gentlemanwho I '
,. and Mrs. M. G. Akins of until the past year, swam in the Gulf every day,
56th St., Holmes Beach. winter and summer. But not many knew why he loved
Akins, a member of Boy the water, or much about his illustrious career.
f Scout Troop 7, last week In 1900 he graduated from the USS Training ShipSt.
was awarded Eagle Scout Mary as first officer. When the first World War
s t rank, the highest honor started, he was the first man in Woodlawn, N. Y.
which can be earned in to enlist in the Navy, in which he served until the
Scouting. The award was end of the war. While serving in France, he was
JI" presented to A kin s by decorated with the Croix de Guerre by the French
Mrs. Clyde Phelps, his Admiral Aubri, and also was awarded a citation for
first school principal. "meritorious service" to the French Government.He .
ERIC AKINS (ISLANDER PHOTO) also earned three medals from the United States Melanie Woodland, who will be featured as "Alicein
Government. Fashionland" at the annual fashion show at the
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD ADAMS of Baronet Lane, Alter the war ne moved his family to urantora, Anna Maria Community House, Friday, Mar. 19.
Key Royale, have as a guest, Mrs. Betty Vawter of N. J., where he became a practicing attorney, and At right is Helen Peters, who will do the narrationfor
Louisville, Ky. later served as judge of the town court. His quiet the show, which is to be sponsored by the Island
MRS. ELEANOR MATHER of Somersville. Conn., life was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II, Woman's Club, with fashions by INEZ'. (ISLANDER
has been visiting for two weeks, her brotherinlawand when he was called by the government to serve as a PHOTO)
sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Edgerton of Pine Merchant Marine captain.In .
Avenue, Anna Maria. that capacity, he made five trips to Europe, and Winner Of De Soto Talent Contest
MR. AND MRS. DAVID L. REINERTSEN of Cham- on one trip, his ship was about to be attacked by .a
paign, Ill., and son Paul, are winter visitors with German Naval units near the coast of Norway, when At left is Miss Mary
Mrs. Reinertsen's aunt, Mrs. R. M. McNaughton of British Navy planes and ships warded off the attack.A Dobbe of Holmes Beach,
Seaside Gardens. Mr. Reinertsen is associated with framed Coast Guard license to U. S. Merchant with trophy she won as
the Illinois State Geological Survey as assistant Marine Officer James B. Dryden hangs on the wallin first prize in the first
geologist in the Educational Extension Section. his home, certifying that he is "licensed to serveas annual DC Soto Talent
.. MR. AND MRS. PAUL A. SWIGGUM of Los Angelesare Master of steam and motor vessels of any gross Contest, held at the south
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Engel of Anna tonnage upon all oceans." He has kept it in force by end of the Island Saturday
Maria for two weeks. examinations every five years, and the present copy afternoon.
is dated May, 1961. 5 t 5 c w Miss Dobbe won the
Miss Chauvit To Wed G. C. Griffis Capt. Dryden retired after returning home in 1945, top award in the contest
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and has lived on the Island about 12 years. He lives for her vocal solo, "I
Chauvit of Gulf Drive, alone in his own home on llth Street South, wherehe W s 0 Believe."
Holmes Beach, have announced makes a bit of a ceremony of raising the flag J s, f She is a senior at Man-
the coming wed- each morning and lowering it each night--in true R _ atee High School, and is
ding of their daughter, Navy tradition. He is beloved by all his neighbors, and the daughter of Mr. and
Miss Necia D. Chauvit, to the children never tire of helping him raise and Mrs. Frank A. Dobbe of
Gary C.. Griffis, son ofMr lower his flag. Haverkos Court.
and Mrs. Bernard .
Griffis of Cortez. ... '
The wedding will take :' 1
place at 8 p.m., Friday, P't t
Mar. 19, at Gloria Dei '"
.. ...
Lutheran Church, with the'
pastor of the church, the
Rev. Lester M. Utz, of-
ficiating. 0
reception will be held JIA I
at the church immediately I
after the wedding. MISS NECIA CNAUVIT R. _
Both Miss Chauvit and Mr. Griffis attended Manatee
High School. He is employed by Tropicana Productsof

MISS SHARON LEE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
. William B. Lee of Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach,
recently was named as one of the full time students
on the dean's honor list for the first semester of the .
school year at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D.
In order to have achieved the dean's list, each '
student must have maintained at least a "B" average. \
Miss Lee is a junior at the college, where she is a
student in the school of nursing.
and Mrs. J. Stanley Sargeant of Bay Boulevard South,
Anna Maria, has enrolled for the second semester at M' ,
Howey Academy, Howey-ln-the-Hills. Miss Sargeant r -t
attended Manatee High School in Bradenton before t.
entering the tenth grade at Howey Academy.
THE REV. JOHN LOFTUS of Springfield, Mass.,
is a guest at the home of his brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole of 56th Street,
Holmes Beach. .
MISS ELINOR MANEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.R. F..o.' ___ .... 11"" -

B. Creager of 201 78th Street Holmes Beach, Fifty-two friends from Morrow County, Ohio, EWERTS COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Jim Undls
recently won a $250 Clasp Scholarship Award, to gathered for an outdoor picnic recently at the homeof (Kansas City A's). :
be used at the University of Florida. The award Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shugert, 57th Street Holmes Millerof
HANLON HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. George W.
was presented at the luncheon and business meetingof Beach. Most of them are spending the winter in Melrose, Mass.
the Manatee County University of Florida Alumni the Bradenton-Sarasota area.
PETERS of Holmes Beach, directorof
This is the third such annual for of guest
Club late in February. outing many
the Island Players, will entertain the Galley Maids,
Miss Maney is a senior at Manatee High School, the group, which has grown from 25 to the above 52. the women's auxiliary the Bradenton Yacht Club,
where she was an exchange student this year, and Plans already are being made for next year's at their meeting at the Mecca Restaurant on Wednes-
plans to enter the University of Florida in Septemberand gathering. day, Mar. 24, by reading a Broadway play.
to major In pharmacy.


Thursday March 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7 1

High Twelve Club St. Bernard Church Key Royale Golf Course

I The Island High Twelve
Annual Barbecue
Club will sponsor a fish The list of founder mem- construction of the
fry at noon, Thursday, Bazaar SundayThe bers of the Key Royale course, new subscribers
Mar. 18. It will be held at Golf and Country Club would appear.
the Bay Front Park in annual barbecue and continued to grow duringthe Adams said that the
\ Anna Maria City, a short bazaar sponsored jointlyby week, as surveyorswere stockholders will own the
distance north of the City the Men's Club and the seen staking out the complete facility, includ-
Pier. Women's Guild of St. 29-acre site in preparation ing the 29 acres of improved -
The public is invited to Bernard Church, will take for the dredging and waterfront
attend the fish fry, with a place at the church filling operations.At property, a beautifully
donation of $1.50 per per- grounds, Sunday,Mar. 21, the same time, the landscaped and well
son to be asked. Servingwill from 11:30 am.m. until many details of incorpo- watered course, and the
start at noon. The 5 p.m. rating the club were being clubhouse. Stock can be
menu will include fried Included on the menu, i ;r done, and a large sign subscribed to in any
mullet, potato salad, for a donation of $1.25 appeared on Key Royale, amount over $500.
baked beans, cole slaw, per person, will be half a announcing the golf course Roser Men's
apple pie, coffee and soft barbecued chicken, cole site under development
drinks. In case of inclement slaw, hot buttered rolls, "one-half mile to the New officers for the year
weather, the fish fry baked potato and hot green north." were elected by the Men's
will be held at the Anna beans. Names of the new Club of Roser Memorial
Maria Community House. To eliminate possible founder members were Community Church at a
James Ward will be gen- weather hazards, a large listed: Mr. and Mrs. meeting last week. The
eral chairman of the tent will be used to house Frank Birke, Mr. and officers elected and Installed i
event,and Raymond Rhude the patrons of the bar- Mrs. John Hawley, Dr. at the meetingwere
will have charge of becue-bazaar. Under the and Mrs. John H. Dcam, Robert Collins,
tickets. Ralph Parrish is "big top" there will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter president; James Ward,
to head the committee accommodations for din- Enhorning, Mr. and Mrs. vice president, and Bryce
which will prepare the ing,shopping for noveltiesand William J. Hiscox and Thomas, secretary and
meal. bargains at the bazaar John White. treasurer.
Tickets are available booths, and enjoying the Howard Adams, tempo- The retiring presidentand
from members of the club, various games. Ample rary chairman of the vice president,
or at the fish fry. free supervised parkingwill ..... organizational committeefor Charles Speer and Elmer
At the meeting of the be provided. Two pictures taken at the St. Bernard annual barbe- the club, announced G. Twist, were commended -
following week,on Thurs- Heading a crew of 80 cue and bazaar a year ago, showing the patrons this week that only $31,200of for outstanding leader-
day, Mar. 25, the speaker will be committee mem- enjoying their meals plus some leisurely chats with the total cost figure ship of the club duringthe
will be Clarence Dorst bers: Vic Miller, in friends. remains unsuhscribed.lIeadded past year.Iefreshmcnts.
of St. Petersburg. He is in charge of purchasing the Card that the committee and asocial
the public relations department food; Charlie Harter, Women's Guild, and also PartyThe expects that during the hour followed the
of Goodwill chef; Mike Banyas, in may be purchased at the Women's Auxiliaryof estimated 18 months of meeting.:
Industries, and will explain charge of the barbecuingof barbecue.C the Bradenton Beach Roser Church Special Lenten Services
the services and the chickens; Frank Volunteer Fire Depart
Of C
activities of that or- Scott, supervising the MeetingA ment will sponsor a card A special Lenten wor- Lay Sunday will be observed -
ganization. games; Bill Murray, regular business party, which will be heldat ship service will be heldat at Ro.scr Churchon
chief coffee maker; meeting of the Anna Maria the Bradenton Beach Roser Memorial Com- Mar. 21, with Frank
Church Bake Sale Charlie Crooks and Eddie Island Division of the Fire Station on 2nd St. munity Church at 7 p.m., Shugert, chairman of the
The Women's Fellowshipof Glasser, in charge of dis- Manatee County Chamberof North, at 1 p.m., Wednesday Thursday, Mar. 18. Mrs. board of deacon, to be In
the Harvey Memorial pensing food, and Nick Commerce will beheldat Mar. 2... Proceeds Robert Ross of Gulf Park charge of the services.
Church, Bradenton Beach, Steinback, who will head 8 p.m., Thursday, Mar. of the party will be usedto will give the meditation, Mrs. Ross again will be
will hold a bake sale at the crew in charge of 18, at the cafeteria of the help a member who is having been a lay speakerin the speaker, and will use
9 a.m., Saturday, Mar. parking. Island School. ill. A donation of SOccnts the United Church of as her subject, "LaymenHave
20, next to the shell shopon Tickets may be purchased President Bill Genunghas per person will be asked. Canada many times. Spe- a McHsage." Special
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will be welcome. the Men's Club or the out of members. take their own cards. by Russell Guild. the men's chorus


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ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE D. Dower 159 and higher game scores. TOP TEN GAMES
M P. Geyer 152 it +T ti T jit R. Haynes 276F.
Island Marine Supply P. Hottman 151 Davidson 224
lengthened its first place K. Ferguson 149 ISLAND DOWL. LEAGUE B. Guild 216B.
lead in the Island Mixed B. Carter 149 Adair 208
League Friday evening by G. Arkebauer 148 Schuchard Plumbing R. Haynes 208
taking all four points in W. Miller 145 clung to its five-point lead A. Schumaker 206
its match with Anna Maria J. LoCicero 144 in the Island Bowling LeaJ.. Eddowes 204
4 : City Pier. High scores in gue Monday evening, as it 11. Holmes 202
the match were: Jo Lo- HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) took three points from A. Schumaker 202
I Cicero, 169-444; Lefty P. Hottman 458 Pete Reynard's Restau N. Hunt 200
,; : & Miller 220-605. J. LoCicero 444 rant. High scores in the .
Other scores: Webb's P. Geyer 415 match were: Dab Adair, TOP TEN SERIES
Island Pharmacy 4, IsD.. Dower 412 208, Steve Alex, 557, for R. Haynes 672
land Furniture Center 0. W. Miller 406 the winners, and Leon B. Guild 607
(Frank Davidson, 200K.. Green 394 Stafford, 169-449 for the A. Rasmussen 562
578; Roy Ferguson 189- L. Meyer 388 losers. $. Alex 557
508). P. Chapman 377 Other scores: Tropical A. Schumaker 554
R Island Trader 4, Bayou D. Davidson 372 Vista 3, Day Area InsurH.. Holmes 5..7
Marina 0. (Bob Reinel J. Connick 370 ance 1. (Roger Haynes, R. Wiggins 541
158-432; Glenn Safford, 276-672; Art Schumaker, J. Eddowes 540
176-439)). h HIGH GAMES (MEN) 206-554)). B. Arkebauer 535
Sand Bar 3,Dick Wagner C. Chapman 225 Island Marine Supply 3, E. Smalley 533
rk'k Realty 1. (Byron Arke- D. Arkebauer 223 The ISLANDER 1. (Hugh .
bauer 223-601; Dud L. Miller 220 Holmes, 202, Andy RasNext Week's Schedule
Hottman, 172-458, Peg D. Guild 220 mussen, 562; Neil Hunt, Roser M.C. Pete Reynard
Hottman. 458)). B. Arkebauer 206 200-470). Island Phar. Trop. Vista
:'k Schuchard Plumbing 2, L. Miller 204 G r a y's Econowash 3, Schuchard Econowash
Linen Rental 2. (mob P. Flanagan 202 Webb's Island Pharmacy Island Dank ISLANDER
Guild, 220-564; Chick F. Davidson 200 1. (Jim Eddowes, 204VanOstenb'ge Is. Marine
j .J I ( Chapman, 225-553)). F. Davidson 192 540; Dutch Ruppenthal, Bayou Marina Day Area
Connick's TV 2, B & K B. Guild 190 182-468). *
Hardware 2. (Dick Con- VanOstenbridgc Build- DOWLING BRIEFSers
nick 188-481; Lloyd lIanHIGII SERIES (MEN) 4, Bayou Marina 0. Our heartiest congratu-
son, 181-530)). L. Miller 605 (Chick Chapman, 195, lations to Roger I Haynes
(Roy Phillips scored B. Arkebauer 601 Aaron VanOstenbrldge, for that very, very nice
209-504 as a substitute F. Davidson 578 527; Hank Niesiobedskl, 276 game and 672 series!
i' for Frank Moc on the D. Guild 564 180-498). _
Island Marine Supply C. Chapman 553 Roser Men's Club 3, -1I< team). L. Hanson 530 Island Dank 1. (Richard f' 1
GOSH ALL FRIDAY1udge R. Ferguson 508 Wiggins, 199-541.; Frank ,:'.ft
LEAGUE STANDINGS P. Flanagan 493 Davidson, 224-546)). t4'I
Clyde Burklew of 106-3rd Street South, Island Marine Sup. 66.5 Schuchard 491 I
radenton Beach, was honored by a group of friendsnd Island Pharmacy 58 D. Connick 481 LEAGUE STANDINGS 1 7,7'
neighbors at a barbecue and party at Land's End, A. M. City Pier 57.5 A. Rasmussen 481 Schuchard Plumbing 78 \\ r J1 I
ongboat Key. The occasion was called "Gosh All Connick's TV 55 Tropical Vista 73
riday," in observance of the judge's favorite Bayou Marina 54 THIS WEE K'S SCHEDULE Island Marine Sup. 68
xpletlve. At 87, Judge Burklew enjoys robust good Dick Wagner Realty 53.5 Is. Pharmacy Is. Trader Day Area Insurance 62
ealth, and his wife says he takes his outboard boatut Island Trader 53 Dick Wagner Connick'sSand VanOstenbridgc 60 -- "r
alone for short distances, drives from his home Bar 52 Bayou Marina Schuchard Gray's Econowash 56 ---
,to Land's End alone, and nearly every day, saws Linen Rental 45 Is.Marine B & K IIdw. Bayou Marina 55
some wood by hand for exercise. In top picture he Schuchard Plumbing 44.5 Island Furn. Linen Rental Island Pharmacy 5.5 """ ,,
,. 4'i* shown with his sawing partner, Mrs. N. S. Dates Island Furniture 44 A.M.City Pier Sand BarB Island Dank .5 v t."
A Detroit and Longboat Key. Before moving to the & K Hardware 39 ISLANDERRoser 39
Island, Judge Burklew was a resident of Coshocton, BOWLING DRIEFS M. C. 35 ... '...1 1..I. t h..,
... ... .
for Ie 1\1 ''''04'' 't ,..,.
and there 31.5.
.Ohio many years, was probate Judge HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Our congratulations this Pete Reynard's
lr fcs[ well as judge of the municipal court. He has four Hottman 170 week to those bowlersJ.
'children and four grandchildren. (ISLANDER LoCicero 169 who managed those 220
We Regret To Announce That
\ y Cull D.U. .. Pint Ayes". R..4.llM. AMI/l.ws ftt ,
L. ROY) FERGUSON R.Nlv.. T,,,....,.by
Please:: Call: For Appointment PHONES: D.. 77S-2I43 .tl-.!.. five...
Mlffcl 771.70)9 NORMAN ROSE DALE
A.... ...,1. 77I-1410
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS' We no longer will he ;an :agent:

DOTTIE..JOYC E..VEL.MA THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN in :accepting: payment; of telephone hills
All *U. Op.r...,. I. "_U.. ........I r...." A.........
PU. Av.. .1 Cr.tc_t. ANN ....,. T.l. 771-2311 If QJbantttlairNOl11l for General: Telephone Company.;

L..cd... .I 12-0..... .. 5 ,...
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I NEW 1..t .....4 April 25 1MI
Anna Maria 778.2557

SWIM SUITS Have YOUR Painting fJ.1P Anna Maria Island

BAGS Done By Experts [

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Checks FOODLINERQuality 'agou 1ItM la. lac.

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& Variety "Where The Boats Are" I

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T." .R''..H...,W..S.m CKlc SIrI.I" S/.e_.-Lk........ tI.T .
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A.w.v.G.I... S..,C_... Hci.-1h L I..$1.5? II Tk", 12112-! .' 12<44-, 1.6 *il} .0. 0.1 I6.J7 .27' p<" 0.1
March 19 at 1:30 GROUND BEEFJ Lk.... .................................... $1.39 19 F,l Ii02 I.' 1:03 p* 1.7 -. 0.] ]7'".14Olp,- 0.0
Sponsored by Del....... CJ.-k T.-4 C..................... ......... ,. 1.00 20 S.i Ii53 am 1.4 Ii25 f** .1,9 4,54 ... 0* 1.. .. 0.1
PILLSBURY CAKE MIXCS-4 f.,.... ....... .. .. $1.00 21 Sv. 2.44. 12 1.51 r* 2.0 7115. 0.' ";14 r .0.'
Anna Maria Island Woman's Club M..ell H.... c."..((1., U O,4.-L"- .. .......... StsN.rtL..e 77 M.,, 3.55.I.I ,:n 0- '.0 7.7'1O.t 1 9Sl I r.. 0.2
Tickets B.$ TI..". MLI....A..5.4..6 f.. 49. 23 T". 3.01 p* '.0.- I05' p.. 0.1 ----..--
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REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE ,...41",.. .eJ _. ...., ..4 .1. _1_... h I.. u4. '....1"...
Anna Maria City IIUI"."icJf,11..JJ41tuI I.,CW/-f'um the" -.1/,,., ItluruJ/'(,*..' ..
CACNINA Prop. Anna Mono 778.1925


Page 10 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 18, IQ65CHURCHES


ST. BERNARD MISSION The City of Bradenton Beach will "Education in Horti- ,
accept bids for the removal, by machine t'
culture" will be the topicof
of approximately 100 nee ,
Ro. Fronds F. WelsmilUr stump from the City Streets 4" the guest speaker at the '1 .4
below grade. Please mall sealed bid meeting of the Island Gar- J
MASS SUNDAY 0, hlS" 10i30 to the City Office or present Inperson
WEEKDAYS B an at 207 1st Street North den Club, to be held at t
HOLY DAYS 8 am & ft pm
before noon April 8th 1963. Office
ROSARY BENEDICTION- the cafeteria of the Island 4
hour 8 AM. to Noon Monday thru r M 4
pm Friday. School at 6:30 p.m., Fri-
Harvey ......Ialourch Sophia L.Carother day, Mar. 19.
(Non-Denominational) City Clerk
The speaker will be
Bradenlon Beech NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARINGThe David Coverston, assis-
R... A. V, SiaiMS Anna Maria City Zoning Adjust
ment Board will hold t Public Hearing tant director of servicesat .
at the Anna Maria Community House
the Manatee Juniorat
SUNDAY 7tOO pm!Social Hour on Saturday,Mar,20,1965,at 10 AM., rIJ1f' 1a
Manatee Junior Col-
9il5 am Sunday School" for the purpose of considering a
10130 am Worship Service request of W. E. Tripp and T. L. lege, where a program in
Trlpp concerning on Block 2,
WEDNESDAY property
J :.
horticulture has been es- ; :
7:00 pm Choir Practice Lot 1-10 inclusive Shore Acre
Subdlvlilon. This request 1* for tablished.A r ....
OirUtUn Sel... ServiceA. rearrangement of lot line and ... _
M. Community Hovo variance of property on Lot 1, 2, 3 plan to beautify the Herbert Teel (center) was honored last week with a
SUNDAY and 4. approach to the Island -,.... t cake, which was presented to him by members of the
9:00 am Sunday Service Ted Trlpp Chairman from the Anna Maria ....-,.
Anna Maria Zoning ...!...- ... .J Island Teen Club on the anniversary of his becoming
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Adjustment Board Bridge to Gulf Drive,will Island's director of the Island Youth Center. At left is Billy

R... Lee Relliit. Pester UNCLASSIFIEDJfiic be discussed by Dr. K. W. The the De Soto Queen only com-entryin Shelton, Teen Club president, and at right, Kathy

THURSDAY 7130 pm Veto Vita & Fideli t.y.t.t raailr.JI Stenstrom, chairman of petition, pretty Christine Shanafelt, chairman of the event. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SATURDAY the club's beautification
a.-l.Oo..soe .1.1... of Anna Maria.
7:00 am Men's Prayer Breakfast committee, and a proposal Torgeson

I SUNDAY 8:45 am Sunday. School for WANTED.9-year-old: Island boy after resident..chool.lron.Ing to care- will be made to allot club (ISLANDER PHOTO) Players Card PartyA Senior RepublicansTo

OlOO 5:30 am Chapel Worship Choir Service and light housework. Call 778- funds for this project.The Have Card
6130 pm pm Worship Service 1239 after 6p.m. usual potluck supper card party, sponsoredby Party
T ACEI Deluxe Mobile Home at Trl- +
Youth Fellowship the Island will
pm Players,
TUESDAY! Par Estates for house of equal valueIn will be served before the Everyone is invited to
7:00 pm Church Choir Holmes Beach or Anna Marla.Live take place at the Anna
WEDNESDAY for $13.67 monthly. Call or write 1766 program. Maria Community Houseat attend a card party at the
4:00 pm Intermediate CA Olympia Fields St., Trl-Par Estates, Kiwanis Hall in Bradentonon
7:00 pm Prayer MeetingRA Saraaota. ANNA MARIA CITY COURT SESSIONS 7 p.m., Thursday, Mar.
Sunbeams FOR RENT Nice, clean, one or two 25. Dessert and coffee Mar. 23, sponsored by

Rose Momofial ChurchNoDonomliMtlonol Gulf bedroom In furnished Bradenton apartments Beach. $40 facing>> per During the two most William Lowery of Gary, will be served. Playersare the Senior RepublicanClub.

( ) week, utilities included. Phone 7782336. recent sessions of the Ind. forfeited a $15 bond requested to take Refreshments will

Rev. Richer K. Vie fine BELOW. MARKET Choice Canal- Anna Maria City Court, which he had posted aftera their own cards. be served at 7 p.m., and

Peeler front lots on 83rd Street4000. the cases of eight traffic stop sign violation. Table and door prizes door and table prizes will
THURSDAY! 77th Street, 4000. 72nd Street. be awarded. A donation of
violators Jordan of Bra-
were Philip will be
disposedof awarded
3:00 pm Cherub Choir 4000. 59th Street, 4000.Also Ideal and a
7:00 pm Lenten Service Motel Site, Approximately 103 x 230 by Mayor Harvey G. denton was fined $10 for "money tree" also will $1 a person will be asked.
7:30 pm Men's Choir Rehearsal feet, half block to Gulf.Price 16300. Island residents may
LAY SUNDAY Want $10,000 offer. JOHN B. Meyer. failure to obey a stop sign. be a feature of the event.
9:00 am Worship Service PROTHERO. Registered Real Estate Jerome G. Attanasio of Sandra Jane McIntosh The public is invited to tickets from Earle Crom-
OlOO am Sunday School" Broker, 116-lilt St., Holmes Beach 778-1508 Russell
11:1 am Worship Service or call 778-2554. Anna Maria was fined $25 Bradenton was fined $25 attend the party. ;
7:00 pm Youth Fellowship YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE on charges of leaving the for reckless driving. Homer 778-2496; Julius
MONDAY : MOWING, TRIMMING W Johnson, 778-2757 or E.
of accident Walter Carson of
scene an Lyon
7tOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 POL- ,
WEDNESDAY! ISHED. WINDOWS W ASHED t OILED. failure to heed a police Arcadia, who was chargedwith D. Wetmore 778-1753.
10 am.2 pm Mission Workshop PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus vehicle and reckless
improper driving
8:00 pm Evening Circle REASONABLE RATES--References. ,
Church of Th. Annunciation KEN FELLOWS, PHONE 778-2894 backing.R. paid a fine of $15.R. .
after 4.30 P M. 210 85th SIT._ H. B., ATTENTION III
(Episcopal) C. Weatherbee Jr. of K. Anders of Oneco
R... Gerald K. Lows Rector Gold Currency or Foreign Coin of Palmetto forfeited a $5 was fined $10 for parkingin
THURSDAY! any Country, or old Medal. Token, bond for failure to obey a a prohibited area. TOO GOOD TO GIVE AWAY.
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
9:00 am Holy Lenten Eucharist Study Program 14th Sr. W.. Bradenton. Ph. 16. stop sign.R. All the arrests and WANT TO SELL IT?
THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth- I. Parkham of Bra- made
charges were by
SlOO Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes.Mr*. it the Anna Maria fire station.
i am Holy Eucharist Bring to : : :
denton fined for Police Chief Gene V.
10130 am Family Eucharist & Prank; Beard. Phone 778-1431. was $5 a
Sermon, Church School STAMPS i SUPPLIES FOR COL- violation. Stewart.
stop sign We will sell it for on commissionat
WEDNESDAY! LECTORS. Come In and let us fill you
Eve of The Annunciation those empty space In your album.
7:00 am Holy Eucharist We carry a supply for every collector. NeedA our ATTIC SALE on MARCH 27
7:30 pm Evensong & Sermon You're welcome to com In ft browse.
The Virgin Birth" M. L. O'Connor Stamp fe Supplies, Small appliances housewares
2403-HthSt. W.Bradenron.747-2316. Rubber ? ,
Gloria Oe Lutheran Church Stamp

Rev. Latter M. Uti. Pastor sporting goods, furniture, etc., etc.
SUNDAY For the Holmes Beach
I We'll be gladto :
9IS am Sunday School
Police Call 746-7121
10:30 am Worship Service ,
I1(30 am Choir Rehearsal order it for you! For A Green Yard

LM ffV.t UlenJ C...*! Reasoner & Anson
(Moit.De. mN ffoxal)
The Islander Fertilize NOW

t 9iIS 9i30 am am Sunday Adult Bible School Class --JC Tint .. Triisplut ft Pr.Hitt.dry's .
11:00 em Worship Service C
Sermon 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 build?
OIX1E GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. Planning to SiilMwl Girdti Cuter

Shell Fuel Oil See us for your blue printsCOKER 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH



i DELIVERY ON ISLAND ILUE PRINTING Fish Taxidermy-Mike Heiser 746.7402 j

EVERY FRIDAY I 2406 9th St. W. Bradenton, Florida ,

I Please Place Order Phone 746-5221 Sure beats washin'/; /

I by 5p.m. Thursday

91 'Tc4u&a'cee. I

t' .t
? Tel
... /ewe
Bill Stewart Color & Black and White 1 Licensed Agents

PHOTOGRAPHER 4, MRS..Slide* Movies
(II brought In by 1 p.m.)

YOUR KODAK DEALERAt 5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7-1: 1

<< 12S Bridge Stroot 778-1022 778-2009

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March 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 11


1 ; i)

i (.tw.. George Wiper -REALTY ff

househunting? Island Shopping Center SPECIAL -
c...E......,....,.8reIa., offered with low down payment and reasonable
,ETA PROFESSIONAL'Homefinder" AU.." P k..A..ec.t. monthly terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTSI!

Shown by Appointment
Gulf Front Apartments DUPLEX

THREE 1-Bedroom Efficiencies, and two TWO 2-Bedroom Units, Doth Unusually Well
Overnight Motel Units. Also, an attractive Furnished. Central heat. Ideal for home and
VND A HOME FOR YOU two-bedroom Owner's Apartment. All well Income. Financing uncomplicated--$5,500
furnished. PLUS A NICE BEACH! down--and assume mortgage.

All For $27,500 Four bedrooms, 2-1/2-baths,swimming pool,
Waterfront HomeWe located on canal. Boat dock,Gulf rights.Ideal
home for large family. Terms.
have a lovely 2-BEDROOM, 2-DATH DICK WAGNER, Rtilty -
furnished home for sale, airconditionedand We finally have a listing on a waterfront lot
with central heat. You can look over Phone 778.2663 we have been asked about many times. This
the entire Island and I don't think you will 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach has a most superb view easy boat access to
find such a wonderful location. White sandy Tampa Day. Size 100 x 120.Price only$6,0001!
private beach, beautiful view,good swimmingand JiI COMPAREI
WAS SELECTED FOR THE PARADE OF Like Big RoomsKING For the Discerning and Discriminating buyer,
HOMES A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO.Locatedat we have a beautiful and unique home with all
806 South Day Boulevard, Anna Maria. modern conveniences--PLUS a fabulous view
Drive by, then call us for an appointmentto SIZE Bedroom--15x16 feet. --PLUS an extra, seawalled lot, unusually
see inside. KING SIZE Florida Room--12 x 24 feet. landscaped. Shown by appointment only.
KING SIZE Garage--16 x 30 feet.
PARRISH REALTY KING SIZE Cedar Lined Closets. Gwtrad IllSsIII..'
KING SIZE Automatic Oil Furnace. fi: V RuItorr j
Post Office ...., Anna Merle .....: 778-1902 KING SIZE Lot--90 x 100 feet. : Fran Maxon, Associate 1
On paved street Two bedrooms/2 baths.
Completely furnished. Carpets,TV,all appliance's INA WILDING PHONE TTS-IJty
dishes, etc., including built-in deep I'A.(!\ ..... MARIA. PL OHIO A '.f/f
RARE IUY freeze and refrigerator.Total price:$16,000.
a Owner will finance for responsible buyer.

Corner Lot on Key Royale JOHN B. PROTHERO

Across street from Boat .....1".. ltd. EstfU Irrttr-Silts I luttls .

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachFOODWAY
Basin and Bay .


$3,960.00M.h.r I

R.al Estat.
RUTH MAHAt 110 HAHAIItfkttrd
lid. 1st... lr.ktfs
7701 fall rtft, lei... loath 77t-11St _._.:$l
.A. ,,
1-- (".::J,
5400 Gulf DriveGULF
ONLY 1B,900CASH g ic !;:)

OR TERMS OF $3,304 DOWN q.." .J '- FRONT ApartmentsOn


*> The Discriminating: Purchascrs

E sin E fi;AUI>( \SI Who Arc Looking For Enjoyable Living

And Freedom From Care .

Many Advantages To Be FoundAt

BOARD This Most Desirable Gulf Front
M Location Within Walking Distance

New Home & Lot 203 Periwinkle Plaza Anna Maria I : A truly Of Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .
lovely home in perfect condit ion. Large living
.45'OF SEAWALL ONATTRACTIVE room and dining area ripening thru pocketed
CANAL glass sliding doors onto a big sun room.
Awning windows. Two bedrooms, a lovely Soles Representatives Are
.2 BED, 2 BATH, UTILITY ROOM, bath, modern kitchen, utility room, open end At The
I Available Daily ApartmentsThey
SCREENED LANAI, GARAGE garage and storage room. Two air conditioners -
i supply ample temperature control.Corner
I TILE ROOF, CENTRAL HEAT lot, 80x 125, beautifully grassed and planted Will Be Glad To Explain To You
with a world of lovely shrubbery and flower Ing
AND AIR CONDITIONING plants and palms. The Several Favorable Purchase Plans.,

KEY ROYALE HOMESINC. Price Drastically ReducedTo

New 2-bedroom home.Has big screened porch OR PHONE
Other New Homes From with glass sliding doors. Thermostatically

$14,900 Including Lot, controlled Large lot close ceiling to electric the Gulf.heat. Full garage. l LflfiCHOlOfl! DfYaOPfll[ [ !

lawn, and Landscaping.CALL A Wonderful Buy For Just $10,900 Cash CORPORATIOn

Or $2.576 Down & $62.33 Per Month
778-1917 or Visit Our BOX 1152
P. O.

MAM Building 778-2814 Anna

Page 12 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 18, 1965





JOBS There's Always Something New Gifts g Permanent FlowersAnd

Remember .
3 1
STOP To Please You!
$ IN II IW we gift and mail wrap

".Ae melctme t* 6w4'tef FREE


A / See Our Display Of SWIM SUITS .
f %

J I *. ....'< .- New Floral Arrangements V By <

S Pillows and Gifts .

New Drapery Samples b
Planning to Paint? o4e Way a dud

SPECIAL 9 e, to* 1 4&G 4eic
PHONE 7781019HUFFINE'S ;l a

I 5 2 Piece Styles
r dr f/ry/ Sizes 8 to 46
778-1771 Days

sTIsM e. 778-1440 Nights y
OIL / NEW Sun Dresses
8 to 20 12'A to 24% ,tip' '
AAA Service. Full Time Mechanic
Hopes Btich Supplies IRC.

778-1131 .. "'-
'- '
I 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach JJ.J &4 caIav L2- .
,'" Phone
OUR STAFFS 771-1_ .
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THC WORLD OVERPHILCO May Haun.tln' R...mary HartwDavid Away rHtM 778.1161
Chick Marg Hall Plan


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Complete Stock (
THE K of C
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Hi-Fi and Stereo _. ...... Star EVERY DAY

(J rooq; _1 1- Shriners SHOPPING ISLAND CENTER 7782810Call

7781020.o... .- 778-2012
Geor,.&Y.fOMcDonold \'
ISLAND TV 778-1703 n SH e. S.d4'e4t

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor

5306 Holmes Boulevard

r." NationwideMotor Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps.. Repairs


J have always offered "the best" from this Gin & Vodka
agency and this is why we secured a Nationwide Fifth $2.99
Motor Club Dealership and became affiliated
.. ..... .- i--. with the Nationwide Motorist Association. Thisis
5th 3 for $11.65
\ "- -_a ... _. Ronrico Rum $3.99
a national organization and is dedicated to
-4r \.\ .- W' f--. '" White Horse 5th $5.69 3 for $16.50
.". "safety and service"for America's motorists.
----:.--. :: -- -. Ten High 5th $3.79 3 for $10.00
... .
.. --- -I/ I Protects Yoi Gordon's Vodka qt. $3.99
.- -i'- -, ; Aiywhtrt Yoi Go Crcmc dc Mcnthc
: (
.......... I Cremc dc Cocoa
Crcmc dc Apricot } Fifth $2.99
MANATEE COUNTY WATER Bay J Lrea Jnsarance Crcmc de Blackberry

COMPANY, INC. Peppermint Schnapps
Business Office 778-1697 7781548closed FREE DELIVERY

Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida RON JERRY
T...,.... 778-2022 Saturday at noon Phone 778.2023