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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 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Picture taken at the height of the fire which caused Reynard's Holmes (Beach Yacht Club Restaurant Island Fire Marshal Leon Stafford, fire apparently
I approximately 5150,000 worth of damage to Pete soon after midnight' last Wednesday. According to started In restaurant kitchen. (ISLANDER P1(010)( I



I Holmes Beach Yacht Club Gutted By Midnight BlazeA I


fire which started soon swered the alarm, and
after closing time last were credited" with "a Youth Cuter loard Meets Anna Maria Special Meeting I IA
Wednesday night caused good save. i
approximately $150.000 The bar and cocktail The board of directorsof Recreational activities resolution passed by the original property into
worth of damage to Pete lounge In the Mermaid the Island Youth Center, for a spring and summer the Anna Maria City Commission single family residences. I
Reynard's Holmes Beach Room reopened as usual at a meeting I last week, sports program arc being 1 last week called According tothccommUslon -
Yacht Club Restaurant. Thursday afternoon, and notified Herbert Teel, planned for the youth cen- the attention of residentsto these units do not
Apparently starting in remained open each day youth center director, ter.The provisions of the city's conform to the requirements -
the kitchen, the flames since. that his services wouldbe City of Anna Maria zoning code.Ordinance. of the ordinance
destroyed that area, and The yacht club building terminated asof May 1, has donated the piano at 249 was regarding minimum floor I'
swept through the main is owned by the Holmes with severance pay of two the Community House to quoted by the commission: space. and lot area for
dining room, and burned (leach Holding Co., Inc., weeks. According to the the youth center. A new The division of a parcel single family residences.The .
most of the roof before of which John H. (Jack) board Tec I was hired by piano has been given to of land Into three or more resolution was
being brought under con- Holmes Sr. is the main the previous board of the Anna Maria Woman's lots or parcels for the adopted over the opposition -
trol. Only the Mermaid stickholdcr. Reynard, directors fur a probationary Club: by a club member, purpose If 'transfer of of CommissionerAlma
Room at the northeast owner and operator of period of one year. last week. ownership' shall be deem- Haynes, who said
corner of the building was the restaurant business, ed a subdivision.' she felt owners shouldnot
undamaged. The Captain'sRoom leases the premises. It was explained at a be restricted in the
at the southeast Both Reynard and the I special meeting of the aloof their property.
corner of the building was owners of the property commission that some Other commissioner
damaged only by smoke said their losses were persons have sold mul pointed out the resolutionwas
and water. only partially covered by tiple-dwelling' property merely to call the
Reynard said Monday it Insurance. individuals, thus dividing (Continued on Page 5)ANNA
would be "two to three Originally built as.. private .
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months" before the yacht club In the
popul.Jr eat Inil place could early 1950s, It was soon \ '. MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
... .......... .
found ..
be rebuilt and necessary that the facility _'Iri.: -': h *.... IUUMIT 1
new equipment installed. could not be supported _,.
Reynard saId he and Mrs. as a private club and T_,...", .>
Reynard left the yacht was opened to the publicas M..w A .-. Hlth
club about 11:30 p.m., a restaurant.Mr. .
Wednesday, and shortly and Mrs. Reynard Mar. 16- 06 72 74 77 69 None
alter midnight received assumed operation of the Mar. I7--64 70 70 74 611 .4
word the building was on restaurant late in 1954. Mar. U- .1,8 72 70 76 70 None
fire. Reynard said this week Mar. 19- 66 76 74 83 70 None
Volunteer firemen from that plans are being madeto Picture taken the day after the tire from toe sane s. Mar. 20- -66 72 64 74 71 None
Anna Maria, Or ad en ton rebuild and reequip the spot as picture at top of the page. (Other pictureson Mar. 21 --34 56 36 5* 66 None
Beach and Cortex an- restaurant. Page 2). (ISLANDER PHOTOS Mar.22--56 69 68 74 66 None




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Page 2 THE ISLANDER 'Thursday. March 25.1


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Yacht Club Fir eKse .

.- by THE EDITORLast Cockle gklls
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.. week the board of directors of the Island
.,.;.t '\.! ;': Youth Center voted to dismiss the center's director, And HOW does your garden grow

; :, t. Herbert Teel, as of May 1.
II'P"; ... J" ... Since the meeting at which the action was taken, Last week I gave you the first half of "GARDENERS"from
rumors have been circulating that the Woman's Club "NOT ALL LAUGHTER" by Eleanor Morton.
members had "packed the board" and that the club This week the essay concludes. Do hope you enjoyedit
." I and its members were responsible for the dismissalof .

". -,. ,'(*.' the director. "In 1694 John Kelius retired with his followers to
The facts of the matter are, however, that only two live in mystic meditation along the Wissahickon. But
of the ten-member board of directors also are their dedication to that life was not so complete that
members of the Woman's Club. Five of the remaining they could forget the flowers of this lovely earth. They
'I directors were elected, and the other three appointedas established the first experimental garden in the
representatives of the governing boards of the country--sweet flowers tenderly cared for.

-I t .. three Island cities, each of which contributes to the "A writer says that gardening to women is an art,
I; .. support of the center. to men a sport. But men have been the ardent and
..,. I Minutes of the directors' meeting show that eightof the creative gardeners, from Washington, throughto
I I. 1.j.r' .." ..I the ten members of the board were present, and Logan, Bartram, Powerton, Girard. Hamilton had
';" Jf' .. that the dismissal of the director was the result of 9,000 varieties of trees flowering shrubs. States
4 a unanimous vote by the eight directors. men, soldiers, humanitarians, financiers, eminent
After listening to some of the rumors being tossed writers, poets have been famed flower growers. The
about by their seniors, three youngsters apparently Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, oldest in the
decided for themselves that one director was solely country, was founded by men. Dahlias poinsettias,
i' ; responsible for Teel's dismissal, and tossed a roses have been introduced by its members to
t "cherry bomb" and an egg or two at a window in the America--men gardeners and flower lovers.
1 a home of that director. More by good luck than good "When women have flower gardens, however much
-..; ,, .,{.,: ,I management, no actual damage was done. The namesof they apply themselves, they cultivate flowers to be
the three boys are being withheld for a few days. snipped and put in bowls, or to be pinned upon a
... pretty dress. A man grows flowers in his gardensfor
Last week we were called upon to set the type fora no other reason than to see their loveliness. To"
'. brochure which is being published by a Bradenton him, as to the poet, 'beauty is its own excuse for
rc' resident. In the booklet, the author presents a strong being.' Flowers are their own reason for being
case against smoking, and particularly against grown."Men.
smoking cigarettes. He quotes dire statistics, makesuse grow flowers as they give love, for their
of a few homilies, and altogether, tries to scare own pleasure. Women are the pragmatists in the
confirmed cigarette smokers into swearing off the garden."It .
use of the weed--FOREVERI We were quite Impressed has been noted long before our time that those
with his efforts, and even considered--very women who, like flowers are lovely and useless,
briefly--giving up the habit ourself. Only to find whose one excuse for being is their loveliness,
that the author, despite his apparent convictionson receive the utmost and most dedicated love of men.
the subject, has not been able to kick the habit) I'm drawing no parallels. I'm only stating facts.
"Have you read Bacon's exquisite essay on
'.. A sign at the East Bradenton Recreation Center--a gardens?"
: l # facility owned by Manatee County, and supported by .
tax funds--reads "Colored Only. If this column seems to go from Odds to Ends and
-. I back again, I trust you'll bear with me. As most of
r I I ... .,. ..,. .. An Interesting treatise on erosion and its preventionhas you know I am finishing the last and busiest trimesterof
'\ F' J." .. ., "_\ .. ,; been prepared and published by Harry Varley, a two-year course in the school of nursing at the
.. I .' and is entitled "Man The Sea." A limited
Against Junior College. There are days when ends seem to be
number of copies are available for the asking at the paramount in my life and then there are others, like

.. \ ....... office of The ISLANDER. today, when the odds are against me, and my petunias
'! the because of nematodes. Drenchedthe
ghost
---- !. gave up
"'1..t't soil with Nemagon 50 and hope new plants won't
: get root-knot. Gardening does have many frustrations!
.

We learn wisdom from failure much more than from
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success. We often discover what will do by finding
out what will not do; and probably he who never madea
mistake never made a discovery.

Smiles. 1
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See you next week.
--GInnieMEDITATION
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l r When silence comes, what then?

; II We hear the softer notes of Pan,
..,. #..:--,..- The pulse of life the power of thought

"Cllf; > .'_. The things that are God's gift to man.
_
,....,. ".... .,_........',... ..
::;.....,....." When darkness comes, what then?
----- _. ..,..... r... f''O We feel the need of inner light,
The friendly staff, the guiding rod,
I \ The things that lead our steps aright.
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../ -- ,-- .- Anna Maria Rtsolwtlons When dawning come, what then?
( / We see there was no need for fear,
The two following resolutions were paused by the
The sun returns, the darkness goes,
1: ( it Anna Maria City Commission at a special meetingof All things that we can use are here.
i11 the commission last week:

I When Heaven comes, what then?
{ .. WHEREAS rumors continue to persist that the
\ We'll know It the light of truth,
..' ," ..... three existing post offices on Anna Maria Islandare by
\11 ", /,.. .... to be consolidated Into one central post office, The Joy of love, the rest from care
to be located In Holmes Beach, and The things that make eternal youth.W. .
WHEREAS the position of Postmaster at Anna
Maria City has been vacant for eight years and -- L. Burke
.. during such time four Civil Service examinationshave Thornhltl Ont. f
.. "J I been conducted the last being 14 months ago; t
and seemingly, no list of eligibles has as yet been The Islander 1
r ( established, now THEREFORE: Mtfmdmt Wkly p,,WIMed e'f"J TUvrs4sy F
f BE IT RESOLVED that Senators Holland and THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY'"
c I Smathers, and Representative Haley be sent a copyof ST
314 PlM Av. AMI Merle \\t\m4. Florid
this resolution and requested to use their influenceIn tM ,
retaining the present status of the Anna Maria EOfTOt .___.- ..STEVE WMIAll
-"-' Post Office, and In securing the appointment of a ADVERTISING MANAGEILJAtGE KIMBALL
Postmaster for Anna Maria City and that the Post MAIL ADDRESS.' P. a Box 737.Ann Marta,Florid
:, Office Department be requested to immediatelysecure TELEPHONE 771-2021.
\ a list of eligible and submit a nominee to
the Congress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES' U. S.. $3.50Mr
,..." S2 for ala month CanadA.
$3 ADVERT1SINC RATESi'
It has the of this p.r par.
WHEREAS attention
come to column of f
$1 per Inch. Discount tn =
Commission that certain property owners in Anna Mixtnrfor *ticon .: .. rtlon
Maria City have offered for sale, certain lots and if paW by tenth of following month.
living structures thereon, by attempting to subdividethe National or agency placed WYlntaLnc. ."'h
Pictures taken of the interior of the Holmes Beach land area into lots of less size than required by '1.26 p.r column inch. IVII
Yacht Club the day after last week's disastrous fire. Ordinances of this City, now, THEREFORE: CLOSING-TIME-. ---TUESDAY-- .,
Top three pictures are of the kitchen, where the BE IT RESOLVED that in the opinion of this CityComml..lon NOON.
started and which suffered the such Emtrvd ** Second Clue matter under
blaze apparently most redlvlslon of existing lots or
me Act of March 3. ir79.
severe damage. Two lower pictures are of the dining parcels constitutes a Subdivision as defined in
room area after workmen had started to clean and existing Ordinances, and compliance thereto will MAMATII COUNTTS ONLY NORM OVNIO NIVSf API!
clear the premises. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) be required.



I March 25, 1965 THE ISLANDER'I;

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Lfthini Church High Twelve St. Bernard Guild Woman's Club

"Whither Christianity The Island High Twelve A meeting of St.Bernard Eleven members and
in the Arab Moslem World?" will be the subJect Thursday, Mar. 25, at the the meeting, Mrs. man's Club attended the .
of a talk at Gloria Del I Lutheran Church at 7:30: J Bradenton Beach. named delegate to the North Reddington Beach
p.m., Thursday Apr. 1. 1 Members and visitors spring meeting of the last week. The programat
I The program will be sponsored ]planning to attend are ask Southwest Coast Deanery, the festival includeda i _
by the Lutheran I Church Women. 3 location, due to the fireat at the Bradenton Country in which members modeled -
I James Batal of Coral > Pete Reynard's last Club. Others attending the clothes they had made
I Cables will be the week. The speaker at the meeting were Mrs. JohnE. and entered in the exhibit. ", \:
'
I meeting Is to be Clarence Ladd, Guild president; Awards were presentedto \I\ )
Borst, representative of Mrs. F. Lee Thomas, the winners during the '= \:. ,
Goodwill Industries.He Mrs. R. F. Holmes Sr., afternoon session. Island !\: .
is a past master of Mrs Edgar DuPont,Mrl. members exhibited six oil I
King's County Lodge,511, Marge Beehler and Mrs. paintings three by Mrs. J.'' .,
P&AM; a member of Harold Hayes. August Wagner; two by '.,'.
Tampa Consistory and of Guests welcomed at the Mrs. Ludwig Hildebrandt ..- ,(f!v.t ..
Egypt Temple of the Guild meeting were Mrs. and one by Mrs. Harry ,'' \
Shrine. He will discuss irwin Becker Mrs. Tom McCollum. Mrs. Charles .,..
the activities and aims of Scanlon and Mrs. Edward Speer entered a poem in ,. <'
'i.
Goodwill Industries.The the and ... :(
Ward. poetry division 1,(: t'':. '!
g following week, the Members of St. Made- won a second prize. Her Ii .'__. ,,,.I
speaker is to be George E. leine Circle were poem was entitled "My Connie Martin of Bradenton and Bill Thibodeau of
Tomberlin, president of hostesses Mrs. Joseph Zig Zag Path." Holmes Beach, soon after they were rescued about
the Manatee National Kelley, Mrs. Thomas Mc- PicnicThe midnight Thursday after their 18-foot outboard boat
Bank.His subject"Bank- Gary, Mrs. Thomas Ryan, Maywoodlon had several engine trouble and they were stranded
ing in Manatee County." Mrs. Simon Klosky, Miss sixth annual picnicof for hours near Passage Key.
Katharine McDermott and residents and former The boat was spotted by a Coast Guard helicopter,
JAMIS iATAL ,contact with the peoples of Mrs. Guy Goddeau,chair- residents Maywood,111. and the two were rescued by John Maner of Holmes
speaker. Born in Massachusetts 1 Lebanon, Syria Iraq, man. will take place this yearat Beach. Chief Deputy Clyde Gill of the Manatee
Bata is a Jordan Palestine, Egypt The spring rummage the Rod fc Gun Club, County Sheriff's office directed the search, assisted
specialist in current developments i and the Sudan. sale, sponsored by all Lake Maggiore,3700 9th by Anna Maria Police Chief Gene Stewart.
in the Middle He served lecturer in members of the Guild, Street South, St. Peters- Parents of the two young people have asked The
East, and in the Holy Land ;journalism at the American will be held at the church burg, from 11 a.m. until ISLANDER to express their thanks to all their
in particular. He was i University in Beirut, grounds from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Wednesday, Apr. friends and neighbors for their assistance and their
awarded a Nieman Fellowship !Lebanon ((1955-57), and 3 p.m., Saturday, Apr. 3. 7. All Maywoodlans and kindness. ISLANDER PHOTO BY ED BAUMAN)
in Journalism by was also faculty advisoron Mrs. Paul Gillilan will be friends are Invited to attend DIRECTLY
ON THE GULF BEACHAIMomGlllf
Harvard University in < university publica- the chairman.An the picnic to keep
1945. and wrote a book I tions.A Easter card party, alive old friendships.Each Pork 'Olt
"Assignment: Near question and answer sponsored by members of person or party MOIILI HOMES
East" which was published ]period will follow the talk. St. Jude Circle will be attending is asked to take Pii,d. Inch .... ..... Ace.....'... fer T....., t. SI
in 1950. That project The meeting Is open to held on Apr. 19, with the their own lunch and their I'
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 25, 1965


I .ALL ABOUT PEOPLE Island Visitors .
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-- I _____. <_-_, _, ._ c-: __,.__ '"._ MERRfMAC ON THE GULFS Mr. and Mr*. William Walker o< Birming
ham Mich...Mrs. Phelps Brown Jr. of Longme.dow.M..and aon.HALEY'S .
MOTEL Mr. and Mra. W. H. Jones of Niagara Fall. Ont...
Mr. and Mr*. Howard E. Relchllng of MacOlll AFB. Tampa..Mr.
.. .. 7"- Mr*. H. J. Kenner of Champaign Ill...Mr. and Mr*. William Helder
J and Mr. and Mr*. Eric Strohmeyer of Northbrook. DL..Mr.and Mr*.
C. W. SIchka of Greensboro N. C..Mr. and Mr. C.O. Fabler of Mua-
fr kegon. Mkh...Mr. and Mr*. L. B. Palmer of Colorado Springs. Col...
Mr. and Mr*. Frank Bancroft of Champaign 01.
PALM COURT Mr. and Mr*. Peter M. DeNagel of Newark.N. Y...
-L Mr. and Mrs. James F.Ardebec of Phelps N. Y.
EAST or THE SUN: Miss Eileen Halllsey of Nova Scotia.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldauf of Marion
Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. Harry C. Wilson of Hamilton Onto..Mr. and Mr*.
y R. Chown of Fort Wayne Ind...Mr. and Mr*. Valentine Howell of Maple-
wood. N.I.FLAMINCO.
k \ COURT MOTELS Mr. and Mr. H. L. Daugherty Warren.
Ind.
CABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*. Mearl Pattroff Clldden.. Iowa.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. Ernest Brancord of Brooklyn..
N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. Dewey Van Solkema of Byron Center.Mich.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mr*.James H.
Davie of Charlotte, N. C..Mr. and Mr*. George Natzle and Mr. and
Mr. Donald Hall of Montandon Pa...Mr. and Mr*. L.D. Zlnssen of
Indian Rocta...Mr. and Mr. John Roden of Lansing Mich...Mr. and
Mr*. Charles Cara of Detroit...Mr. and Mr*. Ray Jackson of Spring
x.55 i Hill Mo..Mr. and Mra. R. J. Kern of Dayton. 01110...Mr. and Mrs.
Frank J. Polosky of Marlboro. N. H..Mr. and Mr. Roger Phillip of
Walden, N. Y..Mr. and Mr. E. L. Archer: of Lansing Mich...Mr. and
Mr*. C. E. Palm of Wheeling m...Mr and Mr*. Lester Dorhold
DISTINGUISHED ISLAND VISITOR:Mayor Lois Searl Champlin. Minn..Mr. and Mra. Donald F.Steven of New Market. Ont...
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Putnl of Cletson, WIa...Felix Seprlco of Oak
of Lakeland (second from right), as she was visitingover Park.111.,and father.
the past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ROD REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. C. A.Riddle of Indianapolis...
J. B. of Fort Ind., and ..Mr. and Mrs.
Feaaby Wayne family.: Darrell
William C. Searl Sr. of 47th Street, Holmes Beach. Heu of Battle Creek. Mich...Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Vandenberg of Berea,
Left to right: William C. Searl Jr., daughters Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. John P. Brockman of Tampa. and family...Mr.
Sou Chan of the famous House of Chan Barbara and Linda Bill Searl III Mrs. Searl and and Mr. R. F. Cros of Birmingham Ala., and family...C. B.Murray
owner of Ormond Beach...Mn. Ross Barbebenn of Ormond Beach...Mr.Joanne
Restaurant in New York City, was the guest last daughter Charlotte. (ISLANDER PHOTO) R.SmaUldge of Sandusky.: N. Y.
SANDMAN APARTMENTS! Mr. and Mr*. Levin Steel of ClarkcvUle.
week of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Gunther of Holmes Mich.

Beach. Knowing Mr. Chan's interest in the theater City Clerks Fran Maxon of Anna Maria and Polly LAY-Z-UV-N TDeHarlig and Mr. Robert C. Wohlford of Milwaukee
..Mr. and Mra. R Grand Haven MkII...Nr. and Mr*. Robert
Dr. Gunther, who will play Mayor Tibbets in the Archer of Holmes Beach this week attended a short F. Crone Jr.of Decatur. Ala...Mr. and Mr. L. A. Dibble Battle Creek.
Island Players' "Strange Bedfellows," took his course for municipal clerks and finance officers, MIdI...Mr and Mr*. Gerald Lee Smith of Jackson. Mkh...Mr. and Mr*.
guest to a rehearsal, where he turned assistant held at the University of Florida from Mar. 21 R. P...Scott of Rockville. hid...Mr. and Mr. Harry. : A.Jones of Hemet
Calif. Cecil E. Wiggins of Banow..Mr. and Mr* Paul A. Holler of Valley
director to coach Lionel Burke in reciting his linesin through 24. Station, Ky...Thelma Gulutl of Bradenton...Lewi Bandy of Livingston Ky.
the play phonetically. Burke will play the partof MR. AND MRS. ALTON F. TUPPER JR. of Green- ...Mra. O. W. Howard..of Chester Conn..Mr. and Mr*. William C.
Lovelace of Jacksonville. Mr.and Mra.Charles S.Burhans of Lakeland
Ling, a Chinese servant. field, N. H., were guests last week of Mr. .and Mrs. ...Mr. and Mr. Henry: DUterof,*Landing N.J...Mr.and Mr*. Landl
The House of Chan is located in the heart of the Pete Niles of Holmes Beach. C. Hardy and Mr. and Mra. Paul Vogel and daughter of Jackson Mich...
Mr. and Mr*. Anthony Metzter and Mr. and Mr*. A.Schrlnd of Rochester
theatrical district near Radio City. It has been knownas MR. AND MRS. HAROLD J. BARR of Columbus, N. 'Y...Mr. and Mra. Jack C. Kelley of Lakeland...Mr. and Mra. Bernard
the Players' Club for 27 years, and the late Fred Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bircher of Canal King of IncIlanapoll..Dlck Hunt and Dave Sprandel of Detroi...Steve
Kilburn and Dave Helburt of Fort Wayne, Ind.
Allen was the first active president, a position now Winchester, Ohio, are spending three weeks at the CHARUN VILLAS: Mr. and Mra.H. Teuscher of Montreal.S. .
held by Howard Lindsay of 'Life With Father" fame.A Casa Maria Cottage on Fir Avenue, Anna Maria. S. WHITE SANDS MOTELS Dr. and Mra. William B.Davis of HUladale,
Mich., and children..Mr. and Mra.John Moving of Grand Rapid, Mich...
great philanthropist, Mr. Chan has provided The Barrs are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownof Mr. and Mra. Fred W. Nelson of Reading Mu...Mr and Mr. Charles
several scholarships at Columbia University. A 77th Street, Holmes Beach. Mltson of Dundaa. Ont.
TAHAITI APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr. Thomas C.Wale*Jr.of Southboro,
Floridian for part of each year, his winter home is MR. AND MRS. ROBERT C. ANDERSON of Sheboygan M.....Chris Wencku: of Hlnsdale. 111. and party.
in Nokomis. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Wis., and their children, Jeffrey and Rebecca, PRINCESS MARTHA: Mra. Fletcher: Drlscoll of St.Paul and grandchildren.
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. William Doffern of Muakegon,
I are visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mkh...Mn. France DeRalame of Flushing N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Henry
MR. AND MRS. DONALD SWARTZ of 72nd Street, Kenneth Schadt of Lakevlew Drive, Anna Maria. Mr. Scholten of Sioux Fills S.D.

Holmes Beach, have had as recent guests, Mrs. Anderson is a medical student at Sheboygan, and will SCHELTER BIMDNI BAY COTTAGE Mr. and Mr Mr.*. Andrew and Mra.Bauer John Jr.C.Schultee of Garden of City Cincinnati.N. Y.

Swartz' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. start his internship at Mound Park Hospital in St.

Don Noyes, a niece, Mrs. Henry Hart, and her two Petersburg In July.

sons, Ricky and Scott, all of Muskegon, Mich. MR. AND MRS. FLOYD BEAVER, formerly of lo build ?
MR. AND MRS. TED NASH have returned to Charlotte, N. C., have moved Into their new home at Planning

Killingworth, Conn., after spending the winter at their 613 Concord Lane, Key Royale. Mr. Beaver retired See us for blue prints
home on Spring Avenue, Anna Maria.It recently as chief engineer of the Southern Railroad. your
\ ".,. Q:

is very gratifying when old and valued PLANT SALERED COKER HUE PRINTING

customers trust us with the care of their cars

year after year. We admit one occasionally CALLIANDRA PUFFBALL 2406 9th St. W. Bradenton Florida
((3-gal. Can) $1.00 ,
strays away--but not often--and many times
they return, which strengthens our belief that HYBRID HIBISCUS Phone 746-5221
1 lot ((3-gal. Can) $1.50
our work is Just a bit superior.
LIGUSTRUM ((3-gal. Can) $2.50

ORNAMENTAL PEPPER ((1-gal. Can) 50C(

Blue Wave Service StationFor OTHER BARGAINSSEE

OUR SALES YARD
Service Gulf Drive
PHELPS NURSERY G. E. SIBLEY O.D.
Phone 778.1115 ',. Bradenton Beach ,
309 Pine Ave.. Anna Maria City
MMMCM aLe re K>. J of offioe.

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BREWED FOR THAT _

WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE leaves :00 .... from CORTEZ




Wyman Creen & Blalock, Inc. 'De4It 7'/e4(
FUNERAL HOMES ,

HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE We want to thank all our friends and

Established 1908 patrons for all the support, expressions of
4i' symapthy, letters and telegrams we have

A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative received In the past week.


We promise to do our best to provide them

422 Twelfth St. Ph.. 742-1411 24 HOUR Ambulance Service a better and more modern restaurant--as

soon as possible.We .

RADENTON T.kph.w.: 771-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
especially appreciate the loyalty of the
742.1011 BRADENTON various clubs and organizations which have

promised to continue meeting at the Yacht

Club as soon as it is ready. In rebuilding, we

plan to enlarge and improve our facilities for
DR. CHARLES A. WEAVERCHIROPRACTOR meetings and banquets.We .


MANATEE FEDERAL were greatly concerned about our employees -

but are happy to report that nearly
all have been employed in other restaurants
SAVINGSAND OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE in the area.


Once more, we thank you all for thlnkii.g

778.2414 about us and wishing us well.Pete .

LOAN ASSOCIATION


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ANNA MARIA BOWLING LEAGUES -
(Continued from Page 1)
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE B.Carter 409 309t Prank DaYidaon.l7l.S07).
attention of residents to
Although Island Marine s""IIMr P. Chapman 409 Tropical Vista 2. Webb'. Island
provisions of the ordi- aU four points In Its Island Mixed J. LoCicero 390 Pharmacy 2. (Roger Haynee.203-374;
j nance, which already was League match with B ft K Hardware D. Warner 378e BUI.TbI ode.... 192. Ruesell Kln<.
Friday evening It hung onto Its first 321) .
in effect. lead In the league atandlng HIGH GAMES(MEN)
Commissioner Gene Cox High ecoree In the match were Lloyd L. Hanson 214 LEAGUE STANDINGSSchuchard
Haneon. 2I4-J38. for the winner. R.Schuchard 210 Plumbing 79
introduced a second res- and Duke Wlneor. IS8-4O4. for the B.Guild 207 Tropical Vista 73
olution approved by the loaere. B. Harman 199 Island Marine Supply 71
,
193 Bay Area Insurance 63
Other scores Webb a Island Pharmacy B. Hottman
commission, asking the 4. Island Trader 0. (Frank B. Guild 191 VanOatenbrtdge Builder 61
assistance of Congressman Davidson 186-5J3j Leon Stafford 1.. Miller 191 Cray* Econowaah 39
163-433). E. Carter 187 Bayou Marina 38
James Haley and of Anna Marta City Pier 4. Sand Bar 0. L. Miller' 186 Webb' Island Pharmacy 47.3
S Senators Smathers and (Lefty Miller.191-547)Andy I.mllaF.. Davidson 186 Island Bank 46
t Holland in maintaining the een.Schuchard 173. Byron Plumbing Arkcbauer 4. Bayou 494). R. Ferguson. 186 The Rover ISLANDER Men's Club 38 42

present status of the Anna Marina 0. (Ray Schuchard. 210 Bob HIGH SERIES (MEN) Pete Reynarda Restaurant 32.3
Guild 571 j Glenn Safford.179-487). B. Guild $11.
Maria Post Office. (Both Island Furniture Center 4. Linen Schuchard 563L. TOP TEN GAMES
resolutions are printedon Rental 0. (Roy Ferguson 186-464. Miller 947 S. Ales 216
Chick Chapman 180-478). 1.. Hanson 538 R.Schuchard 213
Page 2). Dick Wagner Realty 3. Connlck'a F. Davidson 533 A. RaamuaaenB. 213
Cox was named acting TV 1. (Bud Hottman, 199-S28; Jimmy B. Hottman 328 Arkebauer 212
Dick Connlck. 479K B. Arkebauer 494 Haynes 203
mayor for the period when Anderson 177.. (;. Safford 487 A. King 202
both Mayor Harvey G. LEAGUE STANDINGS E. Carter 479 C. Welch 201
leland Marine Supply 66.5 D. Connick 479 A.Schumaker 200
Meyer and Vice Mayor B. Arkebauer 194
Badly damaged sports car after it was involved Robert R. Moses will be Webb'e Anna Maria Island City Pharmacy Pier 62 61.3 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE F. Mac 194
in two-car collision in Dradenton Beach last week. vacationing from the Dick Wagner Realty 56.3 Island Furniture Center Connlck'a TV *
away
Connlck'a TV 56 Sand Bar B 4 K Hardware TOP TEN SERIES
Driver, Miss Sandra Jane McIntosh, escaped with city. Bayou Marina 54 Linen Rental Service Island Trader B. Arkebauer 382
only minor injuries. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Plans for a proposednew Island Trader 33 Bayou Marina Anna Marla City Pier R.Haynes 374
Sand BarSchuchard 32 Island Marine Supply Dick Wagner A. King 563
-- city office buildingwere Plumbing 49.3 Schuchard Plumbing Island Pharmacy C. Dyketra 342
discussed at the Island Furniture Cenr.r.1 I 9 I Schuchard 338
Linen Rental 43 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE 1\. Kina 321
meeting. When and if built, B K Hardware 43 Schuchard Plumbing dropped three P. Flanagan 509
In its Island Bowline League B.DeVane 308
the new facility will be points
.. I HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) match with Graye EconowaahMonday F. OavldaonE. 307
located on Pine Avenueat D. Bower 191 evening, but held onto flrat place In .Smalley 304
the rear of the Anna D. Bower 173 the league etandlnga. High Korea In
P. HottmanW. 166 the match were Grover Welch, 201. NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Maria Community House. Miller 162 Emmett Sm alley. 304.for Econowaah, Bay Area Insurance VanOatenbrldgeUland
Preliminary plans call P. n 137 and Stev.Aler,216ByronArk.bauet. Marine Supply Island Bank
P. Mac 156 382. for Schuchard. The ISLANDf.1IOMr Men'a Club
for offices for the mayor B.Carter 153 Other ecoreei Island Marine Supply Tropical Vials Bayou Marina
and commissioners, city R. Haverkoe 131 3. VanOatenbrldge Bulldera I. (MxlyRaamueaen. pet.l\.ynard".a.ar. Econowaih
1\. ... 149 21) Frank Mac, 524) Schuchard Plumbing Island Pharmacy
clerk and police depart- J. Safford 147 George Dykaira, 186-542).
ment. It also will containa Bayou Marina 3.Bay Area Insurance The "UUnd Misers" placed 9th In
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) 1. (Ed Haverkoe. 190-500 Art Schu. the tournament team ...nrl. They
small for
auditorium D. Bower 313 maker 200-301). were Jo LoClcero Phyllis Mac.Phyllla .
city meetings and the city P. Hoffman 467 Rover Men'a Club J.Pete Reynard'a Chapman,Peg Hottman and Dorothy
W.Miller 434 Restaurant I.(Bob DeVane, IS7-508| Bower. Their team score was 2VAO.
court, with a seating capacity K. Ferguson 423 Charles Pike, 193-4)9). Betty Phillips and Peg Huffman were
of approximately R.Haverkoe 414 The ISLANDER 3. Island Bank I. 13th k 14th in the singles I and Phyllis
100. J. Safford 412 (Nell Hunt Ill. Pal Flanagan. Ill' Mile won squad) prlae with*646 series.


A Cub Pack 7 LINN PATTON DROWN A. M. Garden Club
77 of
Church Avenue,
A meeting of Cub Pack Dradenton Beach, died The annual luncheon and

7 was held last week at Sunday, Mar. 21. Born in Installation of officers of

Gloria Dei Church. Pennsylvania he movedto the Anna Maria Garden

% William Norwood was this area from Bridle, Club will take place at the

inducted into the pack asa N. J., IS years ago. Gulf Terrace RestaurantIn

new member of Den 2. Survivors are a son, Dradenton Beach, at

David Bailey and James Linn P. Brown Jr. of 1 p.m., Wednesday Mar.

Lease of Den 2, and Ron Philadelphia, a daughter, 31. Reservations maybe

a= Bruce of (Den 3 received Mrs. Juliet D. Robinson made by calling Mrs.

Wolf Badges. David Hln- of Palm Desert Calif., Walter Tripp at 778-2778,

w _ cox of Den 3 received and four grandchildren. no later than Mar. 27. All

Scott Schlieman, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 1 his Silver and Gold Arrow Funeral Home Shannon. members arc Invited.

J. Stephens of Armonk, N. Y., visiting his grand points. I I ..
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McLeod of Sports- A film strip was shown

mans Harbor. (ISLANDER PHOTO) by the Rev. Lester M. Utz.
We Regret To Announce That

BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
u t Stltx H."... ,1..1. lee 111.,4 Licensed EI.ulc.1ell. Effective April 1 1965We
.a to end e41t1e. C.c' ,
Re.w.4eling, A44Uie.s I. wit Dive et Pine Avenue
R.peln. Teaetwenhy L. (ROY) FERGUSON
Plc2se Call For AppointmentCONSULT eet1_'.. ,I..... PHONESD.., 711.141
NORMAN ROUDALE 77t-2059
NIgkt
US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS. A_. ...,1. 711.1410 no longer will be an :agentin


DOTTIE-JOYCE-VELMA EUVOjAf rHE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN accepting payment: of telephone hills

All S.*tle. Operate I* A..wl/e. Pf4cUI rrwoe At_*4i.ts

Pine A... .. Crescent, Anne ftUrle T.I. 771-2311 for General Telephone Company.:
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Knee Kiockers ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

Fla (*J Cr. A Whole Fryers- U>. 29C MAIICHHICH-- -LOW- ..
Slacks 2) TK", 5-Ot fm I.i IJill em 0.1 -- -- -
TJblcKing Sliced fUcon--Lb. 49C .. ...
26 ,,I 6.U pa I.1 hJ7 .w 0.1 -- --
Armour Star Canned Picnic I Urn--3.
IJg. $1.VJ 27 Set Ilil4 e* I.2 7.50- 1,1 2.3' e* 0.2 I.W.I.I
Matckiig Tops Fresh Cut Fryer Orcasts--Lb. 59C a Saw II.2J *. 1,3 1.51".. I.t ,2J 0.2 2i2Sro 1.0

i Fresh Cut Fryer cgs--Lb. 4WKM 29U<* Hi23eM 1,3 fi40p. I.t 3.57 e- 0.2 3.19. ,- O.f
l Coffee (Reg.or Drip) w/ $' orderU 49C 30 Tee 11)21 e-i 1,4 10.25 ,- 1.1 4<25 0.1 4104 ,-. 0.7

Chase & S.lnborn wSS order--U ?CGerber' 31 Mel 11.27 e- I.S II lOt pa 1.1 4,44 e- 0.0 4.45. t.. 0.4

Baby Food Strained Llm. 6 6/49C APRIL.
Plaatlc Pall wPouring Spout Ka. 29C I T.,. 11.40. e- 1.4 II.S'1,7 VII mm 0.2 5.24 ,-. 0.2
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, March 25, 196


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES

INVITATION TO BID
BERNARD MISSION Tna City of Brtdanton Beech Flor-
Ida will accept bid on .....adeUDc
(CATHOLIC) 'one room, approstmatalr : 10 M
..... ,.,..d. T. Weleailler City Hall u follows tM pnfln.Ultad .
Luin ptnellnf. Arnutronf
MAUl SUNDAY I. fill 4 10l30 ftthlontona classic celung tile four
WEEKDAYS! I am window in r
Jtlouila .1II.tn&openings,
HOLY DAYS t mm t fern
and neceeitry trim and moldinf.
ROSARY 6 BENEDICTTON-:
WEDHUDAYlI'I3Q,. Bide must be at die City office,
207-ht Street North Bradonton
Harvey ........1 ChurchH..D..I Beach, not later than noon of April.il
( ) 196S. For further Information
at 207-lit Street North or telephone
.
Bremen ten .....
"'- MS, from I A. M. to Noon
"*.. A. W, Blum Monday through Frida,.
THURSDAY Sophia L. Carotbera
7tOO M Seelel Hour City CI.rkINVITAnON
SUNDAY
US Sunday school TO BID New Island Foodway more located between the Island
tOilO:: Worihlp lervlM Th City of Brad nton Beach, Flor
Bank and the Yacht Club. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
WEDNESDAY! Ida. will accept bide on s Police
7iOO p. Choir PreetleeS Patrol Car with following g opecUleadocwi r 4c1 7
llff" Wheat
Christi.. l... Swvfe. Basel I Cylinder ApproHmataly 265 or 250 More P
A. ... c-a" ...... Power" White 4 door. Bid on both All About .opi....
SUNDAYS Stick and Automatic Tranemlaaloni

tiOO MI Sunder Serviee of Spot front Light aeac.and Transfer scram from across silting back MR. AND MRS. WILLIS H.GREENE of 209 Highland

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Police Car IU olrtnj light and Police Avenue, Bradenton Beach, have had as recent guests, Part of a grove of-18 cabbage palms on Key Royale
". Radio. which have become victims of vandalism,
L. Remit, Pastor Russell recently
their
Trade fro Chevrolet Model 1669 two grandsons, Humphrey A/2c, en
THURSDAY 1961 4 door I Cylinder Automatic. route from Vandenburg APB, Calif to Germany, and and chopped down for no apparent reason. These
7i JO P. Veta VII C ridell Bide muet be at the City office, trees ordinarily are used by the developer to plant
riUDAYl3iOO 107-lat Street North. Bradenton James Humphrey A/3c, en route from Keesler AFB,
pm Jr. OA Beach, Florida, not later than noon Miss to Washington. along newly opened streets. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SATURDAY of April 7. 1969.For further Wormslion
7100 .m Uen'e Player Breakfast call 371-1005, S A. M. to noon ISLAND FIRE MARSHAL LEON P.STAFFORD this
SUNDAYS Monday through Friday. week is attending the annual International Fire

'lOiOO US am am Sunday Warship School S.ntao City Sophia ClerkUNCLASSIFIED L.Carotner Instructors' Conference at Memphis, Tenn. ATTENTION I I I


7 1 JO pm Youth rSllowihip Beach left a few days ago to return to their summer TOO GOOD TO GIVE AWAY?
,TUESDAYS .dt..te ,.,..., regtlfed,
7iOO pm Church Choir home at Goffstown, N. H., after spending several
WEDNESDAY IHMS.......-,0. llJMSI months on the Island. WANT TO SELL IT?

4tOO pm pm Intermediate Prayer Mooting OA7iOO STAMPS fc SUPPLiES FOR COLLECTOM. MR. AND MRS. FRANK CALUGI, who have spent Bring it to the Anna Maria fire station.

RA, Sunbeam Come In and let ue fillthn..mpty the past three months vacationing on the Island,have
spaces In your album. We will sell it for commissionat
..... M.*M.|.| Cewrcfc We carry a eupply for every collector. left for their home in Westfield, Wis. you on
(M.*-DeMeil.........) You're welcome to come ""brOWN.
"... "i...." K. *'tti... M. L. O'Connor Stampe ft 742516. our ATTIC SALE on MARCH 27
.,., St. w.Bradenton.
P. 2fl"Yf. D.Tuua MobU. om.at Trl- DRYCLEANERS Small appliances, housewares,
THURSDAY Par Estates for house of equal value EcttjB@i.ci:
IiOO pm Rotor Choristers In Holmes Beach Anna t.CarIa.U..
or
7iOO pm lactic Servlee for 113.67 monthly. Call or write 1766 .. sporting goods, furniture, etc., etc.
.
Choir Rohoarial
SUNDAY llr. Olympia PI.lulc., Trl-Par'Estates,
fiOO am Worship Serviee 8y H-|[ Phone 778-1944 W'
ALTERATIONS on au kinda 01 biotnIng. -
1 10(00 HI: I am am Sunday Worship School Sorvle Alto Dreaimaklni, Drip.*.Mrt. 5340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach For A Green Yard
2 to S Opon Haute at Plank ard. Phone 775.1431
Part onaae pm (777 Jacaranda) a8l v .MA..,. (Opposite the Shopping Center)
7iOO pm Youth PoUowahlp TENANCBi MOWING TRMMINO,
MONDAYS EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- Ftrtiliit NOW
7iOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED k OILED. GAR BACK PICKUPIn
WEDNESDAY! PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plue Tlsit ft
to Triisplut rr.
... Mitf.
7UO pm ol Rollglout REASONABLE RATES Reference
Education KEN FELLOWS PHONE 771.2194 ( ANNA MARIA A HOLMES BEACH)

Church .f The Annunciation" VJJ' itxilf..t :- J; Monthly Service Charao-PER UNIT: Gary's Sulaid Gardu Center

(!,'.c..I) front lots on 13rd Scr.ei-14,000. First Can-S2.2S-Each Additional Con-$1.00
Rev. G.al41C. Laws Rector 77th Street $ 5% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
4.oJJ.nt. r:1Moc.1 : 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
'THURSDAYS 4000. 99th Sirius $ Ticket may be purchased at B t K Hardware ,

tiOO am Holy Lonton Eucharist Study Program feet, half Site block, Approximately toCM'Price 1091230$16,300. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR & YARD SERVICE

FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT Want $10,000 offer. JOHN B.PROTHERO. CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER
IiOO am Holy Eucharist Rltrd Real Etat
IOUO am Family Eucharist ft Broker, 116 lilt St.,Holmes Beach SENIOR CITIZENSWe Fish Taxidermy-Mike Heiser 746-7402
Sermon Church School or cal 77&" 55w

WEDNESDAY 7100 am Holy, Eucharist Cold. Currency: U i,BUY or*Foreign Ail u. Coins of' will ISSUE YOU AN AUTO POLICY TO AGE 75.

7(30 pm Evensong A Sermon any Country or old Medal.Token 2403 NO SURCHARGE.Auto SAND BAR -
Gloria 01' Lutheran Church 14th.tc. Byron r Bizarre, Bazaar PII.7.7.2516. Owners approaching the Senior Citizen's Age

Rov. Letter M. Uti, Pastor Wl18.fld.nlon: 1 Lot lUll 1119: --DO NOT WORRYIWe Spring Ave-Anna Maria-On The Gulf

SUNDAYS In Convenient Ann Maria.location.NIC.lllltdentiaIAr.a.Mtk* offer will NOT CANCEL at Age 65 or 70 due to agel!
9115 am Sunday SehoolIOUO C. Helmerdlnier, 1904-JOch Avenue JOAN SMITH now playing
am Worship Servtci 1.. ( slur! lisiraicf Afticy
U DO am Choir 'he.r.1 W'l Uti'Va'UN

I Lo...U.. lei Me* Ctiee*! MARIAi 8m Uftmllyd.r.U IN.lurnUh.ANNA Yssa'b' ',.... Post Office Plaza Anna Maria Friday & Saturday nights
I (".wD.-......N.... ) .d houia ranul. N.ar Batch.July U
SUNDAYS to .flV1? P"iN 71'.1658, ;J.s' Ray Hardy Agent 778-1969 6 Sunday afternoons '
P ) 4 ;1 BAD ti
lilt am Sunday Sehoolti)0 ..
am Adult Bltle Class CB Horn. Ptnallad Living loom ..
lliOO am worship Service 4 Dining areas Modern Kitchen PU at the
Sermon loom wood burning flrepUcai

Reasoner & Anson t.>intoct; : *tloj to Gulf carport Batch.'$14.500.: NEW PIANO BARARnOt'Relnll
201.56th Street Holmes Beach
Phone 77S1103.LOSTi .
LMy.WlttMuar WttcnTCoIdStretchtble
T'f 29 and. Mwtrd.Gray,771- MIRROR MIRROR -

CANAL LOTS to II 10O wlU>e.*wU,
744-0651 or 7469110 after S In AMa Mtrlt. Priced flick ON THE WALL.WUOUASTHE
by Owner. Termi. C. Helmerdlnier
OIXIEGRANDEHOTaBLDG.Shell I 0<-a0th Avenue Wear Bradenton.
FOR SALBi -rm. Home. FRESHEST MILK We are pleased to announce -
For Rents 5-"";. Apt. Yearly rttet.

Fuel Oil Near the beach.: Phone 77I-3407. OF THEM ALLS ,? We Now Have The Complete

PHONE 7434891

DELIVERY ON ISLAND MAGEE

EVERY FRIDAY SAFESAVING Carpet Line


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March 25, 1965 THE ISLANDER Pass 7.:


ISLAND REAL ESTATE I





Couple of BargaiNs FOR SALE .

$6,500 will purchase a 2-Bedroom Cottage on Island Real Estate SalesDr. Close to Gulf -
Spring Avenue--Close to beach and P. O.
,4 Lot 100 x 100
$2,565 CASH will purchase a 75-ft. CANAL Richard St. John of Washington, D. C. recently
FRONT LOT. We have only five lots left at has purchased Lots 19 and 20 in Luana Isles Subdivision 2BOO
this real low, low price, so don't wait longon Anna Maria, from West Coast Properties of
this one! Clearwater.
A parcel of property on Gulf Drive, Anna Maria, Gsrtrads llssslifms
PARRISH REALTY between Sycamore and Cocoanut Avenues, has been
purchased by Jay Erlckson of New York City from "
MPH M. fAUtSH. M0r. PIGGY "MASHf MOOtf. ,.... >x" 1..lllre
&\ Al Wax, also of New York City. I c+
PM* Office! ...... AMM M.,. MMM: 77 S-1902 Both sales were negotiated by Gertrude Blassin- I l: Fran Maxon, AssociateINA
game Realtor, of Anna Maria. MIILDINC PHOMI77I-1
r'lg(;\ of ANNA MARIA FLOHIOA ;0. '

f Model Canal Front HomeNEAR

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. RARE IUY
Apartmmt
Two Bedrooms, Closed
Fireplace garage w/
Corner Lot on Key Royale
Op.n utility room, good dock. Owner is leaving
Across street from Boat
country. Will sell furnished for low price of
DallyLET Basin and Bay .
$18,500 with terms
US HELP YOU LOW, LOW CASH PRICE
PLAN YOURS JOHN B. PROTHERO
_tflstirri Reel! 1st... Inkir-SiUs ft Infill $3,960.00M.har
SI \ SIIMKIM; XS
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes leach
R.ai Mmtmt.

JACK HOLMES, Realtor IUTH ftUHAI LEO MANAIiHbttfri
JACK'S R.sl! lititi Inktrt

r. PHONE 771-1641 6101 MARINA DRIVi 7702 felt Erin, H.I I_H leach J7H15I

y; HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA J IARGAIN BOARD

Waterfront Home With Income
Ir Lookiig For
Fronting 125 feet on lovely Sarasota Bay,this ::: I
r well kept 2-bedroom furnished home hal quiet
A REAL NICE HOME ?
! privacy, with an enchanting panoramic view.
Separate 2-car garage and storage built to
Drive by 209 Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Marl code for quick and easy conversion to an
apartment. AND--a private water system,
This home has two Urge bedroom; tiled with lines and meters, produces a regular
revenue of approximately $1,700 per year.
; bath; wall-to-wall carpeting: electric kitchen Owner's health forces quick sale. Price
reduced from $27,500 to $24,000. $9,000
with dining area; Florida Room; enclosed cash, and balance over ten-year period.
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garage. Lot 85x125. Price $16,500 partly LONGBOAT KEY LOT--A good buy Just r

furnished. Good financing. reduced from .$2,250 to. $1,650.. .. :s ate_

Just 100 feet back from the Gulf Beach In
For AppoiitMiNt Holmes Beach, a one-bedroom furnished
cottage Is going for $8,900. An Inexpensive 5400 Gulf DriveGULF
CONTACT partition will convert part of breezeway to a
second bedroom. Yes garage., It has a sunporch and FRONT ApartmentsOn


DICK WAGNER, Roihy JACK MARSHALL Rssltsr Anna Maria IslandFor

Phone 778-2663

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach M M Building 778-28t4 Anna Maria The Discriminating Purchasers

Who Are Looking For Enjoyable Living
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And Freedom From Care.INVESTIGATE. .


KEY ROYALE I
The Many Advantage To Be FoundAt

This Most Desirable Qulf Front
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Location Within Walking DistanceOf
Are You ?
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY seaTO Looking. Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .

SELECT A PREFERRED Gfort WqitrREALTY

Sales Are
WATERFRONT HOMESITE FOR Representatives
Available Dally At The ApartmentsThey
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A FUTURE HOME AT PHONE 771-2444
0, ..ITIIOX 1012 Will B. Glad To Explain To You

o...[ANNA......MARIA../1..a... The Several Favorable Purchase Plans
I TODRYS s PRICES AL..Ps .,A.. iUWTID ... FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONWRITE


ABSTRACT OR PHONE
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WATERFRONT LOTS ON ii AND COUNTRY CLUB DCSU1IANCZCOX9ANY LmmOOT DfYfLOPffifIlTCOflPOORTIOO

KEY ROYALE FROM ",SOO $- in

-NON-WATERFRONT LOTS ,,.,.., r..,
FROM $3,960.CONVENIENT I.J ...... ,........
TERMS AVAILABLE. 12' 1 12.. >+. WttflUOCNTOH. P. O. BOX 1152

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EXCLUSIVE AGENT ..... HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDALurldaY.



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HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Something for Everyone
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THANKSTo PHONE 7781019SPECIAL CARDS Party Goods

All Our Friends. 'luau Me .deSme t. lullle Gifts _permanent Flowers
-Jewelry
_Stuffed AnimalsAnd

i tIe & eedd Remember $$: ->
I ddkk we gift and mail wrap
FREESIWf.r
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Pre-Season Air Conditioning Portable .J w. .rtx'--

TABLES
, SALE
$4.95 .
THE ORIGINAL .. White or BeigeMarbleized New

MIGHTY MITE Plastic

By1A7'e1bt Detachable Legs .

5400 S Shifts Sizes
BTU's ttje fazed. 18 and 20

Original Price $219.95

NOW $159.00 MARLE3 HAVE WE Atu 1eeuPOLKADOT

I Jacket Dresses
'EM
WITH THIS AD $154.00 Natural Or Cracked
Colors-3 Sizes half sizes
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ISLAND TV 7781703Corner PRICES ARE W a"n.

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. '74 494 Men's Depf.rSwimwear .

778-1020 OBB.. :. Sportswear
PITTSBURGHSALE George McDonald&Vera ASH a,.. '- .1'"

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Phone
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on Manufacturer's SuggetUd R.taU Pric. Plan
BUNS ac scw.-I;'tusww-"van,Wo.nef
I HOUSE PAINT WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY

I Contains specially treated Oil, All During Lent
to help prevent cracking
; and peeling ISLAND BAKERY HANDY DANDYOPEN
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E98 'm mu",r PHONE 778-2616

ONLY 31 per gallon ..........
7 A.M.-9 P.M.
Oil Base
OnlyWhite .2.ta, s3Am4JJ c&t r.
EVERY DAY
& ready-mixed body colors
OUR STAFFiMay 771-1310 I ISLAND
Maestro & trim colors extra
Houenttln Roternary Hart*
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
David Chick Mara*Hall
Limited Time Only ojg| WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
Call 778-2012
Holms Irak Svpplits lie.
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778-1131 Our Plumbing Contractor
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
5306 Holmes Boulevard
favorite
Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repair i

rubber '- lEACH LIQUOR STORE

stamp \ HOLMES BEACH ONR-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
New from Calvert
READY-MIX COCKTAILSA

Manhattan ) I
$0.00
D Martini l. t- C

I II I F A EXt11ACEO EN D whiskey SourImported \J fifth E

5fh $ 4.90
Scotch
ND 3 for $13.00

I IMPERIAL) 3 fifths
Blend I
I CARSTAIRSj J(
(Bag YlreaJnsurance TEN HIGH Bourbon $10.00Gin
I Manatee County Water
Company S Vodka Fifth $2.99
(IMCOtfOUTlb)
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T.run. 771-2022 RON JERRY
Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERY