The Islander
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079899/00114
 Material Information
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: April 1, 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
oclc - 20573244
notis - ADA7389
lccn - sn 95047386
System ID: UF00079899:00114
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Covernmenc map of the Tampa Bay area, drawn In Island," Is shown clearly on the map,but Is shaped called "Palm Island," a name aUo applied to Anna I
1839 by order of General Zachary Taylor during the somewhat differently than It la today. The Island' Maria at some times during Its history. Map was I
Seminole War. Anna Maria bland, then called"Long the south, now known as Lxwgboat Key, was then reproduced from the collection of A. II. Robaon.UNIVERSITY .


Thursday, April 1, 19
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those familiar with the history of the Tampa ense Q.J 1

Bay-Manatee River region it has been most fitting by THE EDITOR
that a museum such as the South Florida Museumbe !
located here. We expect to welcome back to the Island this week-- LEffER.
The Timucan and Caloosan Indians had developedan after an absence of two years--scribbler Mark
interesting civilization when Spanish adventurers Beltaire of Detroit (The Town Crier for the Free
began arriving. Early to the shores of this area came Press), and his lovely wife, Beverly.
Ponce de Leon, then Narvaez. Although we will make no promises--implied or Mr. Jesse M. Childress
Near here the first white man was killed in Indian otherwise--we will make an all-out attempt to get Southern Airways Company
wars"'In what is now the United States--and Poncede him to dash off at least ONE column for The Atlanta. Georgia
Leon himself fatally wounded in attempting the ISLANDER while he is in the vicinity.
.. first Spanish settlement in the Continental United Perhaps flattery is the proper tool to use to get the Dear Mr. Childress:
States area. Near here Father Cancer was killed. desired results, so here goes--we should get a few In order to clarify our position in the controversyof
Doctor Swanton and the De Soto Commission, after points on the credit side for this): At his best Mark one of our stores being built at the south end of
exhaustive studies, selected Shaw's Point on the Beltaire is a talented writer. He never admits to the runway In Holmes Beach, maylpointout that our
Manatee River as the most probable point of begin- having any difficulty in producing a readable columnsix company does not own any of its real estate. Our
ning of De Soto's famous trek. days each week--says he is brilliant every day-- stores are built to our plans and specifications by
For a number of years a very fine program in but does admit reluctantly, that even he is MORE individual investors and leased back to us.
youth activities has been developing under the head brilliant some days than others. The particular piece of property Involved was
of the Science Hall and Junior Museum of Manateeand The trouble is (here we probably will lose a few shown to me by a Realtor on the Island as a potential
Sarasota Counties.It points), he relaxes so completely while on vacations, location for one of our stores. The property was
has been felt that the Junior Museum group wouldbe it can be a little frightening. So, let's hope for the properly zoned for its use. At the time,I did not give
most helpful in developing an interesting living bestl! the air strip a second thought.
South Florida Museum and the suggestion was made I showed the property to one of our investors and
that the two groups Join forces.In A vacation on the Island proved more alluring to told him if he would buy it and build a store for us
March it was announced by Carl R. Keeler, one young man than a few days of skiing at Aspen, that I would give him a fifteen-year lease with
president of Science Hall and Junior Museum, that Colorado. Bob Teslow of guaranteed rental of $63,000. This lease was signe
officers and directors of his group had agreed to Minneapolis, who is a ski before he bought said property,with the understands
affiliate with the South Florida Museum.In enthusiast of the first that he could build the store.
exchange for physical facilities and the use of magnitude (president of When it became general knowledge that we wer
exhibits and collections, the Junior Museum will the Ed i n a.Morningsideski going to put a store there, the protests about its
offer technical advice regarding the exhibits and club), turned down a location began to arise.
construction of exhibits. chance for a short stay at I told my investor at the time that as far as I wa
Besides scientists, there are on its staff artists Aspen in favor of spendingthe concerned there were plenty of available location:
with museum experience, an electronics expert to same time on the and for him to forget this one in particular. H
deal with lighting and animation and a professional Island visiting his grandparents advised me that he had definitely committed himselto
aquarist for live marine exhibits. Dr. and Mrs. buy the property and felt that he would be sued fo
The Junior Museum,which will have extensive spaceIn Robert T. Thompson, also specific performance.My .
the proposed new buildingassists with the "live" of Minneapolis, who are feelings were expressed to the mayor at .
educational aspects of the Museum, including chil- vacationing on Bay Blvd., personal interview with him. I explained the com
dren's classes, field trips,adult lectures,film series Anna Maria. And we have BOB TESLOWit pany's position, that we had been committed on thi
and similar programs. on good authority that he Is happy with his choice! lease prior to these objections. I was in no positionto
First court will be an Indian area with lifesize act positively in this matter as I was neither the
reproduction of both early Indian and late Indian E. E. Price of Fremont, Mich. and Holmes Beacha buyer or the seller of the property. It has us in the
habitations with native plants, with which, and off few days ago brought in a clipping from a Michigan position of being in the middle as the committed
which the Indians partly lived. paper. Under a headline "Snowfall Records tenant.
The second area envisioned would be a lifesize Shattered!I" it tells of the snow: which fell early last The mayor asked us to hold up on the issuance of
reproduction of a Spanish village and perhaps a week: "With flurries forecast tonight and Wednesday, the permit until they had another council meeting,
farmyard of the period and region from which came weathermen today logged the 'granddaddy' of all at which time I thought they would either do: A. Con
De Soto and the other Spanish Conquistadores when winters in the Muskegon record book, and looked to demn the property; B. Buy the property, or C. Not
they sailed for this country. The Museum board the sky for relief. issue the permit. Any of the aforesaid three was
feels many items might be obtained through our own "At 11 p.m., Monday the 1962-63 record of 159 satisfactory to me, because without the store my
Conquistadores' friendly relations with Spain and Inches became history as a spring storm dropped a lease was null and void.
particularly from Barcarrota which would be of heavy mantle of snow. As recently as two weeks ago I was in contact withan
great Interest and sentimental value. "As o; 7 a.m. today (Tuesday, Mar. 23) Muskegonhad Island resident who had a group that was interested
The third court would be devoted to the reproduction received 161.8 Inches of snow this winter, or1' In roperty. Our Investor paid
of home and community development of the period 13.4 feet. $10,000, plus attorneys fees of about $200.told the
,. from 1840 to 1900 in Its many phases. "In the past 24 hours 5.4 inches of snow fell in resident that if he would offer the investor the i
The most exciting part of the Museum will be a Muskegon, shattering the old record. Ground snow $10,000, plus his attorney's fees I would pressure, "
modern planetarium like (it is hoped) the Space depth was 13 inches. this Investor to sell. I also told him that if he woul
Transit type recently built at Michigan State Uni- "When did we get all that white stuff? It started in not pay the $200, that our company would.
versity. A 40-foot dome Is planned. October with a trace. November 15.9 inches. I have kept the company out of this because tfJr
This would be the finest planetarium in the area. December 31 inches. January 44.2 inches. could see no useful purpose in getting it involved
Some of us look backward with nostalgia to a simplerand February 35.4 inches. and Much to date 35.5 as I did feel we would never get the permit to
perhaps safer mode of living in the past. The Inches. build.
Museum directors feel that the root of human wisdom "The 1926 March record of 21 Inches fell last weekin Inasmuch as the group the resident was representing
lies in not forgetting the past. Much of the Museum the St. Patrick's Day storm." did not take the offer mentioned above, o
will be devoted to this remembering.Others All of which suggests that you visitors from Michigan Investor is in the process of starting constructlo
look forward to scientific progress and see should stay with us for a few more weeks. I have no alternative but to live up to the terms a
new, undreamed of opportunities in the surrounding conditions of our lease.
universe. Islander Francys Palmer has had published by I hope this will help to clarify 3 Suns Food Store
This planetarium would be the finest tool yet devisedto Palm Records ((45 rpm), a recording of two original Inc.'s position in this matter.
inspire such study in a time when man must cometo songs, "My Island" and "Little Golden Star.' On Very truly yours,
understand his place In the universe and time. both sides of the record, Mrs. Palmer accompanies L. E. Enzweiler
The planetarium is so devised mechanically that herself on what sounds like a ukulele. And, as you .
the chamber can readily be used for a small may: have guessed, "My Island" refers to none Dear Editor:
auditorium. All seats face in one general direction. other. You will recall all the hullabaloo when a store wa
to be built outside the airstrip and not In the gild<
In order to build the South Florida Museum and A heart warming switch Saturday evening, when pattern. The claim was that with such a short runway,
Planetarium, at least $150,000, in addition present visiting yachtsmen from Sarasota grilled some the store would be a hazard.In .
pledges and special gifts, will be needed during the appealing looking steaks and other goodies for Pete the April "Readers Digest" Is an article about
next two years. and Eleanor Reynard and some of the rest of the staff William T. Piper who built 63,003 planes. lie is
Starting today, Apr. 1, a fund raising campaign is at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club. quoted. A big problem, in his opinion, Is lack of
being waged to raise the necessary funds. No house- airports. lie wants lots of small airports around the
to-house solicitation will be made, but persons Congratulations to motel keeper John Rockette of country. "Not fancy ones," he explains. "All you
Interested in contributing are asked to contact any Bradenton Beach, who was the winner of a color TV need are seven acres, a windsock and a phone booth
of the Island residents listed below, all of whom are set, or a trip to the World's Fair, or a $500 Savings down in one corner. All you have to do is mow It
working on the fund raising committee: Anna Maria, Bond,at the recent bazaar anJ barbecue at St. Bernard now and then. Why, 70 percent of our airports today
Ernest Cagnina, Frances Livingston, Robert Moses, Church. Other winners were Thomas Young of aren't paved."
John C. Myers, Wyatt Dlasslngame, Frances Lewis Bradcnton Beach, an automatic coffee pot, and Mrs. Seven acres! According to Frank Giles, co-owner,
and Al Robson; Holmes Beach, Mr. and Mrs. WalterW. Al Piscitelli of Holmes Beach, a Corning wire skillet. the Holmes Beach airstrip contains eleven acres.
Botkin, Pete Reynard, J. D. Webb, Mrs. Fred The "groundsweU" against the store appears to
Hutchinson, Carl Keeler Bob Hoffman, John Huth Everyone is Invited to attend an open house at have been a sentimental phony.
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Cobb; Bradcnton Beach, Happiness House from 2 to 4 p.m., Tuesday and Harry Varley
Dick Wagner and Col. I. R. Pollard, and Cortez, Wednesday, Apr. 6 and 7. Refreshments will be Holmes Beach
John Yerly. served, and everyone who attend will be taken on a .
Maps of the area, similar to the one reproducedon guided tour of the entire facility. Residents arc urged
Page 1 of this issue of The ISLANDER, would be! to see Happiness House and form an Ida of how the Dear Editor:
of the items at the As my winter vacation comes to an end.-m.lY I
some proposed museum. proceeds of the Easter Seal sale are usJ.
once again thank Mayor Harvey Myer and his
(Continued on Page 3) commission for making such a wonderful place as
The !slander
Dear Editor: the Anna Maria City Pier available. And to Lefty
An Independent Weekly published Note your reference to gambling casinos on Anna Miller, who makes everyone feel at home and
every Thursday by THE ISLANDER Maria Island. welcome. His personality and sense of humor ,arc
PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine R Have deputized myself a posse of one to conductan greatly appreciated by all of the win*er visitor
Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida Invc8tigatlon--lmmedlatclyl! My sincere thank also for the excellent serviceat
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL \ If the local press were more alert to Its duty as the Anna Maria Post Office; to my old fishing
ADVERTISING MANAGER: g '... guardian of public morals, it would be unnecessary Instructor a.xl badly Ralph: Parrish, and to 'The
MARGE KIMBALL\&" 'M" for me to leave the comforts of home for this ISLANDER for keeping us Informed as to the new
Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna < chore. of the Island and the best places to shop.
Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 Pro Bono Publico If we aren't taxed out of existence before the year
Is out, w: will return next fall.
Entered as Second Clara matter EDITOR'S NOTE: We looked--but couldn't find R. D. Wells
under the Act of March 3, 1879 even a fast game of gin rummy. Elma, N. Y. I



Thursday. April 1. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page'-. ,

O6eeaeeo Power SquadronF. Little LeagueA
David Boozer com- of the Island
HERMAN C. MENG 71. of 2300 Canasta Drive. meeting
mander of the Anna Maria Little which
League, at a.
Bradenton Beach died at his home Saturday.Mar. 27.
Island Powef Squadron players may register, will 0
Born in Chicago he moved to the Island from
announced this week that be held at the Anna Maria r.rj
;; Melrose Park. Ill., nine years ago. He was a retired ,,
John W. Donnelly ArchieR. Island Youth Center
railroad ticket agent. He was a member of Gloria .i
Dei Lutheran Church. McFadden Burton L. 4 p.m., Saturday Apr. 3. !t
Rivers and Thelma be in the
Survivors are a sister. Mrs. Max Kunkel, and a a
niece Miss Louise Kunkel. both of Bradenton Beach Wuichet have passed the eight through thirteen age
and a nephew. National Weather Exam- group, and all are askedto ..
ination of the United States take their gloves, if
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
Power Squadrons.The they have any,and to wear
Chapel. Tuesday afternoon, with the Rev. Lester M.
13-weekcoursewas sneakers.The .
Utz. pastor of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church officiat-
given by Lt. Bradenton Club
Squadron Boys
ing. Burial was to be in Chicago.y .
,y Commander Gerry Scher- will assist in the coachingand
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ROBERT J. CRAMPTON SR., 80. of 202 Spring rer. teaching. All coachingand
'II Avenue, Anna Maria, died at Manatee Memorial High TwelveThe umpiring will be done
I Hospital Friday. Mar. 26. Born in St. Clair. Mich., by qualified adults, and all
Y he moved to the Island ten years ago from Berea, Island High Twelve games will be played in
Club will meet at noon the under
evening, lights.
Ohio, after having been a winter visitor for 30 years.
Thursday, Apr. 1. at the
He was a retired real estate broker.
'11 Gulf Terrace Restaurant, Manatee County. His sub:
He was a member of Braidentown Lodge 99, F&AM.
Bradenton Beach. The ject is to be "Banking in
Survivors are a son. Robert J. Crampton Jr. of "
e Anna Maria and a sister Mrs. Abigail C. Evatt of speaker at the meetingis Manatee County. .tr:
Lake Worth. to be George E. On the following week ,. ;

d Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline IslandS Tomberlin, president of Thursday, Apr. 8, the
Chapel Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. RichardK. the Manatee National speaker will be David
Bank, and active civic Hamerick of
Tropicana Rl t
Wiggins pastor of Roser Memorial Community
leader in Bradenton and
Church, and members of Braidentown Lodge of- Inc. Col. Max H. Cooler (left) accepting a $400 check for

ficiating. Burial in Palma Sola Cemetery. SENSE AND Happiness House from Col. Sidney G. Brown (right),

DOOLITTLE of (Continued from Page 2)) president of the Island Kiwanis Club, as Mrs.
ROY. A. 66, 3108 Avenue E, Continued reports that a strange long-legged birdis Elizabeth N. Singe, executive director of Happiness
Holmes Beach died at his home, Sunday. Mar. 28. hanging around the Bayou Marina. House watches. Col. Cooler Is president of the
Born in Knox County Ohio, he was spending his Manatee County Society for Crippled Children and

sixth winter on the Island, coming here from his Helen Hixson of Ernie's Camera Shop has returned Adults, and chairman of the Board of Directors of
home in Killbuck Ohio. He was a retired grocery from attending an Eastman Kodak training school in Happiness House. The presentation was made at last
merchant. He was a member of the First Churchof Miami and says she is now better qualified to help week's meeting of the Island Kiwanis Club, and the
Christ of Killbuck. her with check represented about half the club's annual
customers any problems pertaining taking
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Eleanor J. Doolittle; and/or developing pictures and will be glad to offer contribution to Happiness House, from the proceedsof
a son, Herbert Doolittle of Killbuck, and three her assistance. She also says that some marvelousnew the club's continuing book sale at the Manatee

grandchildren. products were shown the assembled: dealers at County Beach. Cooler explained that Happiness Houseis
Services and interment will be in Killbuck. the a rehabilitation clinic for physically handicapped
school with for
the June date offering them to the
> Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of public. children and adults,and a school for crippled children.It .
, local arrangements. is supported and used jointly by Manatee and

Motel keepers up and down the beach report a banner Sarasota Counties, with much of its support coming
from the sale of Easter Seals, contributions and
season, with one saying that anyone who couldn'tdo
i + well this winter shouldn't stay in business.Others bequests. The school is operated, and teachers
: report reservations for all next winter--backed up by supplied by the school departments of both counties.
t solid cash deposits. (ISLANDER PIIOFU BY HI) IUUMAN)

[ Bill Stewart ivf

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, April, 1065

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Flower Show WinnersDESIGN Woman's The Anna Maria Club Island kM

Woman's Club will hold ,

its annual spring luncheonand
DIVISION Mrs. Murrel Miller Red
installation of officersin
Theme: The Old and the New. Mrs. Charles Pike Red the ConquistadoreRoom

Mrs. George Maywood Red of the Bradenton I

Class 1 Victorian Bouquet Mrs. Owen Greenewalt Red
Cabana, at 1 p.m.,
1st Mrs. Robert Carlin Mrs. Hartley Blackburn Yellow 7.
Wednesday, Apr.
2nd Mrs. Rene Redon Mrs. Ruth Stephens Yellow Installing officer will be

3rd Mrs. Robert White Bonsai Mrs. J. Frank Houghton
Mrs. Robert Moses Green
of St. Petersburg,district
Class 3 Contemporary American Mrs. Rene Redon Green
director of District 14 of T y
1st Mrs. Grace Reiff Sam Schiek Green the Florida Federation of

2nd Mrs. George Maywood Orchid Plant Women's Clubs. ._
3rd Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn Charles Pike, Best of Show in Officers to be installedare .Rapid strides have been made during past week on

Plants -blue, red, white. Mrs. AlfredG.Birkman construction of controversial grocery store building

Class 4 Island Beauty1st :, president; Mrs. F. at south end of airstrip. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Mrs. George Maywood Cut Specimens: C. C. Paetzel, first vice

2nd Mrs. Rolande Purse Pansies president, and Mrs. F. (loci Bells andGoCKll
3rd Miss Judy Adams Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones Blue Lee Thomas, second vice

SnapdragonClass president.Mrs. .
5 Oriental Arrangement Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones Red Frank Schroeder SLeI1s

1st Mrs. Robert Carlin Painted Daisies (778-2675) and Mrs. Wal-

2nd Mrs, Harvey Meyer Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue And HOW does
lace Gray ((778-2569) your garden grow?
Charles Pike
3rd Mrs. Grace Reiff Mrs. take reservations until the

Honorable Mention Mrs. Rene Redon African Daisies deadline on Saturday, Of course, you all know the one about the birds

Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones Red Apr. 3. and the bees? Well, this anecdote is only about the

Class 6 Kitchen or Patio ArrangeAgeratum The oil painting of the bees, as told to me by my old friend, Elmer. Years

ment Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue old Perico Island Bridge, ago, he and a friend kept bees on the Island. The

1st Mrs. Philip Bogue Calendula donated to the Woman's bees "worked the trees' just fine until there camea

2nd Mrs. Edith Meade Mrs. Ethel Walker Blue Club by Mrs. August heavy fog and a strong wind from the Gulf. The

Pink Geranium bees quit. Elmer hunted the trouble. He.looked and
is now on displayat
Class 7 Miniature Arrangements Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue Wagner the Ports of ParadiseGift looked and finally tasted. .a leaf. SALT! Bees like

a. 3" over-all dimensions Passion Flower1st. Shop in Anna Maria. only sweetness. Quickly he washed off the trees,

Mrs. George Maywood Mrs. Emmett Smalley Blue It will be used for raising bushes and flowers. Presto! Working bees.

2nd Mrs. Edith Meade Section B: Roses funds for retarded chil- Quite seriously, the salt spray carried by the winds

b. 5" over-all dimensions Peace Rose dren in Manatee County, and heavy fogs this month is damaging the garden,

1st Mrs. Robert Moses 1st Mrs. R. Wiggins and will be given awayat browning the leaves and frequently killing new growth.

2nd Mrs. George Maywood 3rd Mrs. Clyde Phelps the luncheon. Try washing down as quickly as you can to keep the

3rd Mrs. Edith Meade Crimson Glory1st garden green.

Mrs. Marie Miller Epsilon Alpha

Class 8 Table Settings Floribunda
1. Breakfast for Two 1st Mrs. John Knowles Epsilon Alpha Chapter,
Beta Sigma Phi, met last ,.
Mrs. E. A. Haynes Blue Red Rose
week at the home of Mrs.
2. Picnic Table David Hiscox Red
Bill Britt. :::,
Mrs. E. A. Haynes Blue Tropicana .< ; :
Members who attended .
3. Tea Time Mabel Arboe Blue '" ....... '
Mrs. George Maywood Blue Mabel Arboe Red were Mrs. Ted Tripp, )
Mrs. Norma Bruce Mrs. '
Mrs. Ned Leigh Yellow Mabel Arboe Yellow ,
Ronald McCormick Mrs.
Mrs. Gene Cox Red Charlotte Armstrong ,
James Clark,Mrs. Ronald
Mabel Arboe Yellow Mrs. Clarence The flowering trees are wearing their new Easter

Class 9 Junior Exhibits Pink Rose (McFarland) Kllberg Brewer, Mrs. John Van- outfits this month and will be ready for the Easter

Becky Wiggins Blue Nina Wiggins Blue Parade. One of the most prolific bloomers is the

Becky Wiggins Blue Mrs. R. Wiggins Red Norwood Ostenbridge, Mrs.,Mrs.George Robert Bauhlnia Varlegata or orchid tree. It is deservedly

May Parrish Blue Picture Rose Hoffman Mrs. Chick popular in central Florida for its profusion of

Susan Yerkes Blue Myrtle Cromer White and Mrs. beautiful flowers, vaguely similar to a cluster of

Debbie Spencer Blue Queen Elizabeth Charles Chapman Weaver. orchids. These it produces in abundance in winter Land
Ann Maria Huth Blue Grace Reiff Red early spring, with occasional blooms almost "-
elected for the
John Boozer Blue Condessa de Saratoga daily during the entire year. Watkins and Wolfe in
David Hiscox Blue Grace Reiff Blue next year were: Mrs. "Your Florida Garden' explain that the tree is

Debbie Poe Blue Chrysler ImperialGina Clark, president; Mrs. usually deciduous, but if the seed pods are removed

Huth Blue Mrs. F. Horak Yellow Britt, vice president; as soon as they begin to form, it retains its leaves J
Clayton Bower
Mrs. John Knowles White Mrs. year round. This tree will start from seed but it is
Mrs. James
HORTICULTURE Hawaii treasurer; difficult to transplant the seedlings successfully so

Section A: Ruth Stephens Yellow Ayers, recording secre- grow them in a container for a few months to give

Pinkie Glad White Rose tary; Mrs. Kllberg, cor- them a good start. There are species with purple,

Mrs. Ivan Ihm Blue Mrs. T. Bartels Blue responding secretaryandMrs. red-purple, white, and pink flowers. They do need
Amaryllis Queen Elizabeth officer. good drainage and should be grown with mulch or

Mrs. Mokry Blue Ruth Stephens Blue The ritual of jewels will kept cleanly hoed. Of course, they will be gratefulfor
Gaillardia Pink Radiance small amounts of food and they like a drink
be conferred on Mrs.
Joann Ryan Blue Mrs. R. Wiggins Red during the dry season--who doesn't?
Mrs. and
Bougalnvillia Kordes Perfecta
Mrs. McCormick at a
Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue Ruth Stephens Red
meeting at the home of
Carnation Confidence
Mrs. Brewer on Apr. 13.
Ethel Walker Red Mrs. B4urton Harrison t
Another meeting will be
Mrs. Charles Pike Blue Spray Rose
held at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Mokry Yellow Mrs. Clyde Phelps Blue
Bower on Apr.
Gerbera Daisy Woborn Abbey
A Founders Day dinner
Mrs. Clyde Phelps Blue Grace Reiff Blue
and dance will take placeat
Mrs. F. Horak Red Section C:
the Bradenton Country
Mrs. F. Horak Yellow Orchid
Carnations Assorted Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn Red Club on Apr. 24. This week I'm planting some seeds from the Golden

Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones Blue Moses in BullrushesMrs St. Bernard GuildSt. Dewdrop (Duranta repens) shrub which I've been

G. Reynolds Jones Red Mrs. Sam Adams White Bernard Guild will observing on the Junior College campus. The terminal
Mrs. Charles Pike Yellow Miss Judy Adams Blue clusters of light blue flowers,currently in bloom,arc
Periwinkle Mrs. C. E. Smalley Blue conduct a church rummage followed in the fall by yellow berries which hang

Mrs. Richard Wiggins Red Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue the grounds throughout the winter Into the blooming period. Thisis
8:30 until 4
Phlox Mrs. F. Mokry Red a.m. a fairly large, fast growing shrub which makes a

Mrs. F. Horak Blue Mrs. Murrel Miller Red p.m., Saturday, Apr. 3, good recovery after it s been frozen back. It's an

Mrs. Klosky Blue Mrs. F. Mokry Red under the Paul chairmanshipof Gillilan. excellent border or background plant but gets a

Mrs. F. Horak Red Mrs. T. Bartels Red Mrs. little large for foundation planting. I'm wondering if

Mrs. F. Horak Red Mrs. William Arboe Blue A regular meeting of I can espalier It as I do pyracantha. Think I'll try.
the will be held at
Nasturtium Mrs. Edith Meade Blue guild .
the Annie Silver Com-
Mrs. Sam Adams Red Mrs. Clyde Phelps Blue There are so many Interesting plants, it's difficultto
Hall 8:10
Mrs. Klosky Blue Mrs. Robert Moses Blue munity at 7. p.m., find a planting spot for all of them. Last week I

Petunia Mrs. Clyde Phelps Blue Wednesday Apr. saw a small tree blooming at the A. E. Jones homein

Mrs. T. Cartels Blue Mrs. Edith Meade Red Episcopal WomenThe Anna Maria. This tree, which was brought from

Mrs. G. Tuttle Blue Mrs. Clyde Phelps Red Arizona, is called a "Paradise Tree," and it is a

Mrs. T. Bartels Blue Mrs. Emmett Smalley Blue regular monthly beauty. The flowers are In terminal clusters, simUar
of the
Horace Kidger Blue Mrs. Robert Carlin Blue meeting Churchwomen Church Episcopal of to the dwarf poinciana, but considerably larger anda

Mrs. Klosky Blue Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn Blue pale lemon yellow. From the center of each blossom
Annunciation will be
Horace Kidger Blue Mrs. Robert Moses Blue The extends a long reddish-yellow "feather." It'. truly
held 1.
Thursday, Apr.
exotic and I haven't been able to find out any more
Note: MRS. ROBERT CARLIN WON THE TRI-COLOR RIBBON. It will begin with Holy about it. Does grow a seed pod and I'm hoping to
Eucharist at 9 a.m. Mrs.
try to start one from a seed.
William Smethurst will .
give a talk on "The Storyof
To cultivate a garden takes so much time and labor,
f. Ruth. Hostesses will
I'd rather live next door to one and cultivate my
be Mrs. Gerald K. Lowe

and Mrs. A. L.Gcnun neighbor.
i Stephen Schlltzer
I t I I t Island Star ClubA .

See next week.
meeting of the Anna you

Maria Island Star Club --GINNIE

i will be held at the Annie Beach at lJUp.m., Tuesday -

Silver Hall In Bradenton Apr. 6. J'Page .4'?

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Thursday April 1, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5 j


ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) N. Torgeson 108 (Bob Guild 209-587;Hank "f
P. Geyer 491 Schuchard 108P. Nleslobedskl. 205, Ernie "I.'f''c. ;
Island Marine Supply, D. Bower 482J. Bull 101 Bradow, 205-515)). f
first-place team In the loCicero 456P. A. Anderson 99 Gray's Econowash 3,
Island Mixed League,won Hottman 439P. Pete Reynard's Restau-
three points In its match Moc 437 HIGH AVERAGES rant 1. (Jim Eddowes
with Dick Wagner Realty W. Miller 416B. B. Guild 181 220-549; Leon Stafford
Friday evening. High Carter 412 A. Rasmussen 174B. 189-489)).
scores in the match were G. Alderton 406R. Arkebauer 173 Roser Men's Club 3,
Frank Mac, 184-507, and Haverkos 400P. L. Miller 168 The ISLANDER 1. (Bob r
Bud Hottman, 168-496. Chapman 393 D. Connick 167F. DeVane 191-531; Fred
CKherscoresSchuchardPlumbing Mac 164F. Horne 183-452).
3,Webb's Island HIGH GAMES (MEN) Davidson 164R. Island Marine Supply 2,
Pharmacy 1. (Bob Guild, B. Guild 215 Ferguson 164C. Island Bank 2. (Andy Ras-
215-586; Frank Davidson, Schuchard 204C. Chapman 164L. mussen, 196-555; Jim
186-524). Chapman 192B. Hanson 160 Ayers 191, Frank Davidson 1 2
Bayou Marina 3, Anna Guild 188 Schuchard 160 535)).
Maria City Pier 1. (Pat Schuchard 188F. H. Meyer 158B. Bay Area Insurance 2,
Ceyer, 203-491; Lefty Davidson 186F. Reinel 158E. VanOstcnbridge Builders
Miller 183-522)). Davidson 185P. Schmidt 158B. 2. (Dave Boozer 188,
B & K Hardware 3,Sand Flanagan 184F. Hottman 155C. Gene Moss, 532; Aaron
Bar 1. (Dot Bower, 213- Moc 184B. Bower 153E. VanOstenbridge, 201, w
482; Byron Arkebauer, Guild 183L. Haverkos 153 George Dykstra 514)). *
161-471). Miller 183 G. Safford 152P. .
Connlck's TV 2.5,Island Flanagan 151 LEAGUE STANDINGS
Furniture Center 1.5. HIGH SERIES (MEN) L. Stafford 149E. Schuchard Plumbing 80
(Dick Connick, 168-470; B. Guild 586 Carter 147J. Tropical Vista 78
Roy Ferguson, 179-487). Schuchard 558F. Elrod 144J. Island Marine Sup. 73
Linen Rental 2.5, Island Davidson 524 Anderson 144 Bay Area Insurance 65
Trader 1.5. (Chick Chap- D. Connick 522L. D. Wagner 1..2 VanOstenbridge 63 ,
man, 192-522;Bob Reinel, Miller 522C. W. Warner 141 Gray's Econowash 62
165-459). Chapman 522P. D. Winsor 119 Bayou Marina 59
Flanagan 509 E. Geyer 110 Island Pharmacy 50.5
LEAGUE STANDINGS F. Moc 507B. Island Bank 48 3, '4 '
Island Marine 69.5 Hottman496 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE The ISLANDER 43 :
Island Pharmacy 63 R. Ferguson487 Sand Bar Island MarineIs. Roscr Men's Club 41 .
A.M. City Pier 62.5 Pharmacy Bayou Mar. Pete Reynard's 33.5 Islanders who happened In front of ISLANDER
Connick's TV 58.5 HIGH AVERAGESW. City Pier B Ik K Hardware camera: 1. Part time Deputy Sheriff Al Beehler;
Dick Wagner Realty 57.5 Miller 148 .Connick's Linen Rental TOP TEN GAMES 2. Bicycle riding banker C. E. "Cotton" Brewer;
Bayou Marina 57 D. Bower 147P. Is.Trader SchuchardDick B. Adair 221J. 3. Director of "Strange Bedfellows' Helen Peters;
Island Trader 54.5 Hottman 144P. Wagner Is. Furniture Eddowes 220B. 4. Photogenic motel manager, Murray Heckert.
I Sand Bar 53 Chapman 137J. if a H Guild 209S. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
I Schuchard Plumbing 52.5 Safford 137R. Alex 208R.
\ Island Furniture 49.5 Haverkos 137P. ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE King 206E. S. Alex 536 II. Niesiobcdski 169
I Linen Rental 47.5 Geyer 136 Schuchard Plumbing lost Bradow 205II. P. Davidson 535 A. VanOstcnbrldgc 168
B & K Hardware 46 D. Davidson 135K. three points in its Island Niesiobcdski 205A. H.{ Holmes 168
I Ferguson 135B. Bowling League match VanOstenbridge 201R. TOP AVERAGES S. Alex 167
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Carter 134 with Webb's Island Phar- Ferguson 200A. B. Guild 188 R. Schuchard 167A.
'[ D. Bower 213 G. Alderton 132J. macy Monday evening,but Rasmussen 196 Schumaker 182 P. Moc 166A.
I P. Geyer 203 LoCicero 131 held onto its first placein A. Rasmussen 178 Hanson 166B.
! P. Moc 179 B. Schmidt 127 the league standings. TOP TEN SERIES Arkebauer 178 B. Thibodeau 166R.
r P. Geyer 171 D. Warner 125B. High scores in the match B. Guild 587 HayncH 178. *
', ;. LoCicero 160G. Guild 125P. were Russell King, 206, B. Adair 575 G. Thibodeau 175 Next Week's Schedule
Alderton 157 Moc 121 Bill Thlbodcau. S4S, for A. Kasmusscn 555 A. King 174 Island Bank Bayou Marina
I. D. Bower 157 K. Green 120 the winners, and Bob K. Schuchard 554 C. Chapman 173 Itollcr M.C. Bay Area Ins.
Hottman 156L. G. Arkebauer 120J. Adair 221-575. for the J. Kddowes 549 B. Adair 173 Vank+tcnbridgt. Is. Phar.J. I
Meyer 154J. Connlck 119 losers. B. Thibodeau 545 J. EddowcH 172 Marino Pure Haynard ;
, LoCicero 153 L. Meyer 118 Other scores: Tropical II. Holmes 539 T. Edwards 171 ISLANDER Schuchard
L. Flanagan 117 Vista 3, Bayou Marina I. R. Ferguson 538 G. DykHtra 170 KconowaHh Trop. Vista

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Please Call For Appointment ."1_... *-. PHONES: D.. 77t-2l41
.CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS. A__ ...,1. 778-1410 the Hoard of I Directors of the Island Players,
DOTTIE-JOYCE..VELMA and to the local merchants listed below I wish
All S.wl.. Operator fHE fiNEST IN fRENCH../. CUISIN. to express my appreciation of their I

'I... A. .t G.tc.*,.. A**. MwU T.I. 771-2311 cooperation and help with the Island Players'card )
,;_ i irlOIT1l party party.wan so It successful.Door IH due to. them that the card

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L..cd..s 12-0. ? -
I contributed &
I'ri/eH were by I II K
T.h So,..... 388-2805
Island Hardware; The Island Bakery; Klch'aHeach I
Drugs; leach Liquor Store; Ports of
IOU Paradise Shop; The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
1fIdli4llt! i::0'CaAt4dCBUILDER '
The Hobby Shop; Webb's Inland Pharmacy;
Inland Furniture Center; 1 Dottle's Beauty
Shop, and Montgomery-KohertM.

Anna Maria 778.2557 'Iable favors were contributed by: Manatee
National Dank; The Inland Hank; Griffith-
nfllJ Cotton Cline Inland Chapel, and the First Federal
Have YOUR Painting Saving It Loan Association Money Tree
rJ contributed by Driftwood Galleries.

Shirtwaist Dresses Done LICENSED By HARRY PAINTING Experts M. CONTRACTOR RIFE J"", 6? j"J .1fCIJc >

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Chicken of the Sea Chunk Tun.i- .4 for SI.00
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and for an evening of fun (Tall Cann--7 for $1.00 2 ,,1 1M7w. I.8 1.J1J.JJ11U1II4 SlJJ O.J '''p' 0.0
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'STRANGE BEDFELLOWS' Fresh Picnic Pork aM--Lb.. 25C T". 335a. 1.0 Ii48 pM 2.3 5.53 O.t 1h 4S pM .0..
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April I, 196


Worley) is a resident of
fif IRMA COX (Mrs. Gim-
+ Holmes Beach. In privatelife ..
she is Mrs. Emmett b ble) is a longtime residentof
the Island and livesin
memberof now
Smalley, and is a
Holmes Beach with her
the board of directorsof
She husband and daughter. She
the Island Players.
is the postmaster at Bra-
the local
v was last seen on ,
stage in"Silver Whistle." r y denton Beach, a positionshe
has held for a numberof
of the Mr
She is a graduate
Nancy Price School of years. Her present appearance -

Theatre, and toured the ).1.1f with the Island
English provinces with a f ," Players is her third, hav-
roles in "NotIn
stock company. Before I ing played
becoming a resident of the :2'<: .f, The Book" and "Silver

Island, she was active Whistle.

with the Kansas City II!< ............. .' "'t:
Players. fit _. -. "
Left to right: Pat Huber, Arthur Bonner, Bob Ross,
busily building and decorating the set for "Strange l'

(Vincent CHRIS Pemberton WOODLAND), is a Set Designer Shows IngenuityPat (Ling W. )LIONEL is a retired science BURKE r. R

student at Manatee High Huber is busy turning the stage of the Anna teacher, now spending his
School, and is making his Maria Community House into the living room of winters in Holmes Beach.He .
first appearance in Little Senator and Mrs. Cromwell, for the Island Players'last lives in Mieskoka Lakein
Theatre. A talented water production of the season,"Strange Bedfellows." Ontario, and is a wel-

+ skier and swimmer, he is San Francisco soon after the turn of the century, come addition to the Island -

the son of Mrs.Marguerite the setting posed many problems, but Pat, a Jack- Players. His last
Woodland of Anna of-many-trades, has proved herself a bit of a genius. stage appearance was in
Maria. One piece of furniture demanded in the script wasa Canada in 1925, in "J. M.Barrie's .

pouf, that miserably uncomfortable circular seat, "The Will.
considered so elegant in the early 1900s. Pat asked

for an empty telephone cable reel, upholstered it in
mildew green, a color considered so handsome at that
time, and it is now the pride of the Cromwell "house-

And in a land of one-story homes, stairs and
banisters posed another problem, but finally one ...
JUDY McCORMICKOpal newel post and five feet of old porch railing were BETSY GREISEN (Zita) ,
( ) also is understudyfor found in a junk yard. The railing pulled apart gave is making her first appearance -
the part of Clarissa. the exact number of banisters needed and the batteredand on the stage.She
New to the stage of the weathered newel post is now the handsomely is a Bradenton residentand

Island Players, she has carved pedestal for a piece of statuary.The is a sports enthusiast.

appeared in "Kiss Me stage designer is of the utmost importance to
Kate." She has lived on the success of any good stage production, and Pat's
the Island for two years, background for this job she fills so well is pecularly

with her husband, who is right: a graduate in art, plus years of experience
co-owner of the Beach operating a decorating business on Long Island, as

Liquor Store. well as in Bradenton. She is now a citizen of Anna

j Ji' Maria, where she and her husband Max, live in an
old beach house renovated to charm and comfort.


r ;r'krs 1! r:2j

(Beulah) is a native of ie) Is a resident of Anna

Crown Point, Ind., and is Maria, where she lives
making her first appear- : with her husband and
ance in Little Theatre. daughter.
Until the death of her

husband, they operated a
Hereford cattle ranch.
She is now a resident of i f'

Uradcnton. 0.
'- :."-"
.. -'" =


VIRGINIA DOLL, who Is doing yeoman duty as the
the assistant stage mana- stage manager. She is a

ger, is a former residentof resident of Longboat Key,
the Island. Played in where she was the organ-
"Anastasla" with the Island izer, director and editorof
Players. Now liveson S the 1964 Key Notes.

: rr Longboat Key.



Upper left, John Taylor of Sarasota, last seen in
last year's production of "Silver Whistle." He has
the role of Matthew Cromwell In "Strange Bed-
Maria retired architectand
fellows." Has appeared in dozens of plays for the
engineer, has given Players of Sarasota, and is well known in the area
valuable assistance in the \ ,
for his fine singing voice and his roles in area o ... .
and of
building decorating .
musical o
the set. A talented I't.. .
stage Upper right, Suzanne Myrich (Clarissa). She is a : \
photographer, many of his resident of the north end of Longboat Key, where ",t, .
have 4i....
photos appeared she lives with her husband, Joseph Myrich. She .. ..
in The ISLANDER. models for portrait classes at the Longboat Key Art .. 'I(: 'U:,r.,".\.h..:''''..."

Center. A former student at the American Academyof .. \ "'I:" '( ;

Dramatic Arts in New York City, she played a oJ 'J), C'. :. \ .
# .-
season In the Barn Theatre in Parsippany, N. J. r. .
Lower left, Bob llanscom (Senator Cromwell). A \.t. .. __' ,. ,._. .

veteran of the theatre, he has more than 600 roles to ,.t',. t ;_..
his theatre credit. Toured three years as Jeeter ...._.
Lester in "Tobacco Road," seven years in "Smllln ,.).
Throu h." Last seen In Island Players' "Not In the "J tJ1I'
-, ....-A-
Book in 1962. '
'. t __
Lower right, Sally Cox Lillian). Making her debuton _- "::!' '': ...
the stage. Is a student at WalkerJunior High. She
is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox. (Islander


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).S Thursday April 1, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7

Youth Center Board MeetingA Huth Awarded Hospital ContractThe

a John P. Huth Insurance Huth said this week thatas
I meeting of the boardof Friday evening dances until -
Agency of Holmes far as he knew, the
directors of the Anna a new director is
Beach Monday was awarded award was the largest
J Maria Island Youth Centerwas appointed.
an $85,300 contract for insurance contract ever
James Borden vice
I held on Wednesday ,
I all the insurance on the given by Manatee County.It .
evening Mar. 24. All directors chairman, introduced the
Manatee Memorial Hospital covers the hospital
were present Island men who will assistin
for three years, as building and contents, its
except the Rev. Gerald K. the Little League base-
the result of
Lowe and Mrs. H. C. ball program: Ernest competitive compensation liability
Green. Bradow, Ray Bricker, bidding.In Insurance, including mal-
making the bid, Huth practice insurance, and
Applications of two qualified Harry Callahan, Tom
was acting as agent for the coverage on the boiler
candidates for the Edwards, Hugh Holmes,
A4JitA position of recreational George Wagner, Aaron Continental Insurance and machinery. It was his
director were discussed.The VanOstenbridge, JohnVanOstcnbridge Companies. fourth bid for the award.

board voted to extend and
terminal leave, with Harold Chapman. Don't Miss
, full salary, to Herbert Other proposals adoptedwere
Teel, beginning Mar. 25 : To repair and rebuild 'STRANGE BEDFELLOWS'by
and ending May 15. The the barbecue at once.
two weeks in May are to To seek bids on a stage The Island Players
I Group of 50 high school students, counselors, host
be considered vacation curtain, which the directors
I and hostess, and assistants who took part in a youth severance pay.It felt had been long April 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
retreat at the Gulfslde cottage of Mr. and Mrs. R. was decided to seek needed. To repair the bas-
,I Aubrey Waldrep last week. All were from Gainesville the assistance of former ketball court immediately. -
Ga., "The Broiler Capital of the World." director Melvin Robar, To check the gradingof aNd nemem6e'The ,
(ISLANDER PHOTO to supervise the scheduled the tennis courts.HUFFINE'S .

Baptist Young People Enjoy IslandLast Happiest of BedfellowsHave

week, the Island was visited by a group of STANDARD SERVICEPhone
38 high school students from the First Baptist Their Linens

Church of Gainesville, Ga., who enjoyed a week-long 778-1771 Days
Laundered Perfection
retreat at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. R. Aubrey to
Waldrep in Anna Maria. The young people were iasM. 778.1440 Nights / .
accompanied by retreat director, Conrad Sprouse, OIL O # .
Minister of Education at the Gainesville church; HOLMES BEACH .
their host and hostess, and ten counselors.In "
addition to a schedule of services,the youngsters AAA Service Full Time Mechanic J 'p '

found time to visit points of interest and enjoy the NEW and USED CART /
beach and the sunshine. _

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 1, 1965i
i .. -. ,
Roser Open HouseThe '' '. '
: .
Confirmation Class ." "' All About People.
Rev. and Mrs. :\ ,f :';,, HI". ,., ; .'..I, r1-.n-
At Gloria Dei Richard K. Wiggins entertained ""...' .. '..., Wo', '.,/, : J. "'.',. ...; .,' .\
: : !' :. .
,' f' .
at an open houseat MRS. FRED H. BOYERS of Morgantown W. Va.,
Eight young people will their home at 777 Ja- is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. W. Harkness, and
be confirmed at the 10:30 caranda Avenue, Sunday her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
a.m. Worship Service at afternoon Mar. 28. Cassady of Hardin Drive, Anna Maria.
Gloria Dei Lutheran Assisting at the punch DR. AND MRS. ROBERT T. THOMPSON of Min-
Church Sunday. They are: bowl were Mrs. Clifford neapolis are leaving for home soon after spending
Larry Bethke, John E. Fletcher; Mrs.Mel Akins, r their 14th winter on the Island. They have occupiedan
Holmes III, Hertha Lang, Mrs.J.Hartley Blackburnand apartment at 203 Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria.
Patricia Rook, Larry Becky Wiggins.Tea MR. AND MRS. PEDER MICKELSEN of Key Royale
Rook, Rickey Ruppenthaland and coffee were have as guests, their son-in-law and daughter Mr.
Thomas Thibodeau.Mr. served by Mrs.John Van- and Mrs. Emil Fronck of Minneapolis, and their son
and Mrs. J. F.Bea- Ostenbridge, Mrs. James Mike.
ver, new residents of Key Adams, Mrs. Carl Scott, MISS GRACE MAYER of New York City is a guestof
Royale, will be receivedas Mrs. Sam Adams, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace I. Gray of Key Royale.MR. .
members by letters of Clyde Phelps and Mrs. AND MRS. ERWIN E. PRICE of 204-70th
transfer. The infant childof Peder Mickelsen.Mrs. Street, Holmes Beach, have had as house guests the
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. D.Jordan,Mrs. past week Mr. Price's brother and sister-in-law,
Huth of Miami,grandchildof Halsey Tichenor and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Price of Jackson, Mich. Other
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Ethel Walker assisted in Holmes Beach Yacht Club this week, as work on recent guests have been Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mayoof
Huth of Holmes Beach, greeting the guests, and clearing up after St. Patrick's Day fire, and the Fremont Mich.DENTALMAN .
will be received as a child other women assistingwere reconstruction of building progressed. (ISLANDER ROBERT D. CABLE, USN, son of
member of the church by Mrs. Robert Ross, PHOTO) Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cable of Holmes Beach,participated -
the sacrament of baptism.The Mrs. Allen Crawford, in the recovery of project Gemini's astronautsand
monthly fellowship Mrs. James Ward, Mrs. A.M. City CourtTwo Beach Plans craft on Mar.23, while serving as a crew memberof
supper will be served at Henry Kirtland, Mrs. Ben traffic law violatorswere Members of the Manatee the anti-submarine warfare support aircraft
the church at 5:30 p.m., White, Mrs.Russell Guild fined by Mayor Harvey County Park, Beach and carrier USS Intrepid. All crewmen underwent extensive -
Sunday, at which time the and Mrs. Robert DeVane.Couple's G. Meyer at the Anna Recreation Commissionare training in recovery techniques for several
members of the confirmation Club Maria City Court Monday considering remodel weeks prior to the mission.
class and the new evening. ing part of the pavilion at Following recovery of both astronauts and their
members will be honored The Couple's Club of James Lee Witt of 512 the County Beach. Sug- capsule, the Intrepid returned to regular duties as a
guests. Gifts will be pre- Roser Memorial Com- Spring Avenue, Anna gestions about the projectwere part of the Atlantic Fleet.
sented to the class, anda munity Church will meetat Maria, was found guilty of made by the Island MR. AND MRS. ELLIOT MATHEWS of Carmel and
short message will be the church at 6:30p.m., reckless driving and fined Kiwanis Club which oper- Elmhurst, N. Y. have been recent guests of Mr. and
given as a challenge to Tuesday, Apr. 6, for the $10. ates the beach facility for Mrs. Bob Feeley of Key Royale. They have left for
the class by Martin club's monthly dinner. Robert Rasmussen of the the county. Delray Beach, but will return. Other guests at the
Gruber of the St. Paul's Speaker at the meetingwill same address was found The proposed project is Feeley home, Billie Mulholland and Alice VanBuren,
Lutheran Church, Sara- be Shelby Bass, space guilty on charges of unlawful to create a section of the Mrs. Feeley s sisters, have returned to Syracuse,
sota. Group singing will engineer who designed a speed and improper pavilion which would be N. Y. after a stay of two months.
be led by William B.Lee, part of the componentsfor mufflers, and also was heated and airconditioned, MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E.SPENCER,of 1027th
and a film strip in sound project Celescope. fined $10.Both for a glassed-in lounge Street South, Bradenton Beach, will be guests of honorat
and color will be shown Anyone wishing to attendis charges were made area where visitors to the an open house at the home of their daughter, Mrs.
by the pastor, the Rev. asked to call 778-3143, by Anna Maria Police beach could relax in com- Dixie Smith, on Sunday, Apr. 4, in observance of their
Lester M. Utz. for reservations. Chief Gene V.Stewart. fort or enjoy their meals. 50th wedding anniversary.

Guaranteed Fully ROY M. PHILLIPS 744.5142 l'4:

Shell Fuel Oil ri .;< {,
PHONE 743-0891 :
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Please Place Order announce else removal of office

by 5p.m. Thursday for the practice orOPTOMETRY

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When you're fast asleepat

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Holmes Beach 1965 211r the t t-.' f
big fire I

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OFFICE III + { .: ;I and the phone rings

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with it' *Utlaid's '1.7.,.
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ShoppingCeHterConvenieR ..-...-....... ... .... ... ... ... j ::';
( .7k; IIM44 you need an extension phone
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.. Call ForYOUR So convenient. It main you feel more IM'CUn.
jji especially the new Statutes phone. The dial glows& in
Room the dark. And it'i only half the me of a regular
I 1(1] : : Color Extension phone. Fits beautifully .nywAr.r. Five lovely decorator
...-ju- -. .-ju-...-A-.m.-jiI colon to booM from.
Phone It coata. little to have new STAR LITE* phone
for .. ... at your bedaide. Call the General Telephone Buau",..
FEDERAL I E Ejz SAVINGS s. $170 a ....Ik Office. today. Or talk to the man on the telephonetruck.

& 'Mii.tile l fc* .

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leereday' April 1. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 9


r MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. MacDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heiden of children and Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Savage of
:Gahl Oeerfield, 111. and children..Mr. and Mrs. Barrington, Ill... Dr. and Mrs. William D. Davisof Battle Creek, Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. John Brockmanof
J. M.'Duddleston of St. Paul...Rev. W. Sutton, Rev. Hillsdale, Mich., and family. .. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bryant of Scioto-
.f A. MacDonald, Rev. E. Penny and Rev. M. Kelly of Clark of Indianapolis. yule Ohio... Earl Hecht of Vassar Mich...StephenL.
Montreal. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.C. Angell of Springdale, N. Y... Carl R. Madebachand
PALMCOURT: : Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowne of Ionia, T. Watson and Mrs. Pearl Campbell of Flem- Daniel Ruddiman of Mulberry.
Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hop and Mr.and Mrs. Howie ingsburg, Ky.. .Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Reynolds and HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.
... to., daughter Sandra, and Mrs.Sarah Brunicke of McBain, Foster of Framingham, Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Ned
.1d. 1
1.u I
:-; : "" :::::. ..""" Mich...Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Olson of Manitowoc, Brown of Skaneateles, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Joe
', .' "t rt ', Wis...Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Minnish of Dayton, Newland of Wilmington Del...Mr. and Mrs. Harry
"" .
>1" t7...
. of ..
"Oi Ohio. Davidson Ridley Park Pa. Mr. and Mrs. A.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. ParkerE. Laners of Petersborough, Ont...Mr.and Mrs.Edwin
...\ ,. i' J:": <41 Wiggins Sr. of Edina Minn...Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Raab of Flint, Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mltson
.. \ -bi. Hurter of Oak Park 111...Mr. and Mrs. Parker E. of Dundes Ont...Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Demmon of
\'r:. ;' .;<. '4 Wiggins Jr. of Wheaton 111. Scarsdale N. Y.
..1 ..
and Mrs. George C. Rockwell of Manhattan Beach ru
.. .. ,,.J Calif...Miss Kathleen Henderson and Mrs. Alex-
:. ,
.4i ander Galt of Pensacola...Mr and Mrs. R. H.
,. Newell of New York City.. .Mr and Mrs. J. Pryor
.. .. and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Martin of Kansas City, Mo.
r t '."" ..Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wickmore of Halifax N. S. ..
.A _:. .. ..! !. 1 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wright of Johnstown.N. Y.
nd Mrs. John Cleveland of Englewood, Ohio, ..Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Farrar Jr. of Oak Ridge,
eir daughter Cheryl, visitors this week at Tenn., and son. ..Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Miller of
:-Liv-N Motel. Mr. Cleveland first visited Carlisle, Mass...Mr and Mrs. A. J. Atkins of
land away back In 1923. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Rome, N. Y... Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Wilbur of New
York City...Mr. and Mrs. Lyle L. Otis and Mrs.
ng of Zeeland, Mich. Carmen Otis Davis and daughter Virginia, all of
TO' THE SUN: Mr.and Mrs.I.Heller, Mr. andL. Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Thoreen of
Doehing, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Foor of Worcester, Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clem of
[Wayne, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lambert of Monroeville, Ind. Visitors at the S. S. White Sands Motel for a few
[Ste. Marie, Ont. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jcude of weeks are Mrs. William B. Davis (right) of Hillsdale -
BOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Rockledge, and family.. .Mr. and Mrs. E. E.Lappenof Mich., daughters Debbie and Paul, and Mrs.
ell of Spring Lake Mich...Mrs. C. H. Path of Toledo, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. Damulter of Davis' mother, Mrs. R. E. Campbell of Sandusky,
)stead, L. I., N. Y... Mr and Mrs. Charles Kettering, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoyt of Grosse Mich. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
ins Jr. of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. D. R.Rad- Pointe, Mich...Mr and Mrs. A. M. Balduf of
of Wilmington, Del.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. Edmund Pompano Beach.. .Mr. and Mrs. F. Brown of Rock LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Percy John,
ie of West Springfield, Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Md...Dr and Mrs. M. H. Eiche Marshfield son of Stuart... Edward C. Lake, Gary A. Pines,
i Van de Kolk of Holland, Mich., and daughter. Wis. Keith Shichida, Dennis Sagihara, Harvey Takemoto,
ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Alton Palmer of CIIARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Goodrichof Gary Schutt Bryan Fick, Fritz Olson and Jay Moore,
lie, Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Gordon of North Haven Conn. all of Appleton, WIs..Mr. and Mrs. John H. Poppeof
e BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spencer St. Marys, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. B. Raudlee of
a.MINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. of Stamford, Conn., and son. Chesterton, Ind...Mr and Mrs. Ronald Casper of
r Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Curry of PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Findlay, Ohio.. Dr and Mrs. W. P. PUmp of
polls, Pa.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Straughn of Goodwin of Flushing, N. Y. Plainfield, Pa.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Cleveland of
)on, Wis...Mr. and Mrs. J. Goeke of Hamp- TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Williams of (Continued on Page 10))
o 111., and granddaughter.. .Mr. and Mrs.Harrynner Westmont, Que...Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ritchie of
of Jackson, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson, Mich.. .Mr and Mrs. David Weaver of Bdha BJ\tte, DRYCLEANERS
Jvele of Granville, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. John Malvcrn, Pa. ;
ytis of Chicago. ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. RoyC. Steele
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Alex of Malvern, Pa...Mr. and Mrs. David Rook and Phone 778-1944 'fiJ

5340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
Our free pick-up and delivery service is a PLANT SALERED (Opposite the Shopping Center)
t. real boon to many of our customers theses
i days--an hour or so saved, especially for IXORA
those of you preparing for the trip north, 75$ SENIOR CITIZENSWe
means a little more time in the sun, or Large Bushy Plants
gathering shells, or (UCHI) house cleaning.

Auto Owners approaching the Senior Citizen's
Blue Wave Service StationFor --DO NOT WORRY!
at Half Pries We will NOT CANCEL at Age 65or70 due to age!

Service /Ssp\ Gulf Drive Tilt Islnd luiriict Affiff

Phone 778-1115 VfeV Bradenton Beach PHELPS 309 Pine Ave.NURSERY, Anna Marla City (....j....) Post OfficePlaza Anna Maria

Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969


Old AIOARD THE ADMIRALS "I Live In Holmes Beach .

Oldlllilwaukee I TACKLE AVAILABLE- "I love itl! But shouldn't wt hove some

protective' organization to rtprtstnt every
LUNCH homt-owntr?"

pboM 778-2726
BREWED FOR THAT Yea! The Island Chamber of Commerce takes
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE care of mont commercial lntcreiN--a It
lMvt$7:00 from
.... should; but there In a new movement afoot,
spontaneously generated, for allOMli-(
OWNERS Association of llolmcn IJcach.
Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. Several preliminary objective have been
FUNERAL HOMES suggested:

To and with
I. cooperate fully constructively
Eskzblkhsxi 1908 the mayor and aldermen for the greatest good
of the city.

A Phone Cell Will Bring o RcprtssvHottv .:.
4. To discourage any unnecessary ad valoremtax
-.j ..-. but to Innlttt If Much or any tax 1 lit
422 Twelfth St. ..... 742-1411 24 HOUI Am ulance Service proponed, that specific NKH1) be shown, the
required amount stated, and detail; providedfor
IADCMTOM T.I.ph..s: 771-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON what the tax monies will be expended. We
are opposed to any blank check being authorized .
742-1011 In the guise of a temporary ad valoremtax
I which may become permanent.For .

i SAND BAR a more complete Hat of objective,
concerning beautification, electoral rallies,
Spring Ave-Anna Mirii-On The Gulf citizen committees, controlled progressetc. <<
MANATEE FEDERAL ., please send a refJ\K'at-.a postcard d will
JOAN SMITH now playing do..to "Home-Owners Association and
address It to .P. O. Ilox 1754, Holmes I leach.
SAVINGS Friday S Saturday nights (Or phone Helen Garrett 778 1404)

5 Sunday afternoons "
... HOMEOWNEISAssociation



THE ISLANDER Thursday April I, 1965



I ST. BERNARD MISSION The City of Bradenton Beach will (Continued from Page 9)
accept sealed bids for repairing a Ohio and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.John
(CATHOLIC) concrete block seawall at 20th Place Englewood, ,
R.". Francis F. W.I.mUI.r North at the seawall.For full details Doerman of Bradley. ..Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pickle of

MASS SUNDAY 8, 9ll5 & 10i30 or call telephone at 207-1st 778-1003 St. North from City Of 8 flee.a.m. Spring Valley N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Berttie of ti ;

WEEKDAYS 8 an until Noon. Monday through Friday. St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Sparrow of p 4 .
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pmROSARY' Bids must be In the City Office not
& BENEDICTION- Springfield, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sulbach of
later than noon, April 7th,1965.
WEDNCSDAYSl 7110 pm Sophia L. Carothers Weston, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Kyle of

Harvey Memorial ChurchNanO..lnatlonal City Clerk_ Okemos Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ritter of .---. .- .

( ) Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of '....i.
UNCLASSIFIED.dr..f. Palos Park, Wayne ; .;.;' '. ;:: ; :
BiadenUn Beach ..{... .....:... ,.-:-
.. a pijtMitI regrind Windsor, Conn. Tommy F. Taylor and family, and "
R. A. W. Sim
ins lliss-H.00-.50t .I.1... Clifford Boyce and family, all of Eliot, Me. Mr. and Home on 71st Street Holmes Beach, recently

THURSDAY 7iOO pm Social Hour Mrs. W. T. Bland Jr. of Mt. Dora. .Mr. and Mrs. purchased by Mr. and Mrs. James W. King Sr. of

SUNDAY &f'UUNU.South Bay bye Blvd.glasses, Anna near Maria.spring Call Paul Maurer of Springfield, Ohio. .Mr and Mrs. Columbus, Ohio, from Mr. and Mrs. Robert White-

10(30 9l IS am am Sunday Worship School Service at ISLANDER Office._ Robert C. Bell of Danville, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. head of Holmes Beach. Transaction was negotiatedby

WEDNESDAY 7iOO Choir Practice Bay FOR Front SALE/ Home: 2 Bedroom Inquire 893 furnished North Latham of Plainfield, N. J. George B. Kerekes of Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor, of Anna Maria.

pm Shore Drive. Anna Maria. Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaffer of Waymart (ISLANDER PHOTO) .
Christian, Scl... Service
WANTED T : Efficiency Burrell of Detroit Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
A. M. CsNNMMilty Hems.SUNDAY Apartment In Holmes Beach or Anna Pa. W. ,
I Maria for one person. Will vacate for Drobny of Kalamazoo, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
t tHome
9,00 am Sunday Service 3$50 months monthly.during Call 778-2763.season. Maximum Leinake and Mr. and Mrs.Jack Taylor of Flint, Mich.

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHRev. .. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fisher of Grand Haven Mich.

Lea R.tlil. Pssur PROPERTY MOWING, EDGING MAINTENANCE ETC. .Mr. and Mrs. George J. Woflart of Louisville, Ky.

FRIDAY KEN FELLOWS Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Roeloss and Mr. and Mrs.'
3iOO pm Jr. GA Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. [ I.A
SUNDAY Wesley Emmons of Kalamazoo, Mich..GuyDicksonColado

8145 am Sunday School WILL TRADE fine spinet piano as of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Olsen and

lOlOO am Worship Service part payment of good used station Mrs. J. Thomas of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs.Mary Ann
5:30 pa Chapel Choir wagon. 893 North Shore Drive, Anna
6l30 pm Worship Service Maria. Thomas of Chicago, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.

7l30 pm Youth Fellowship FOR SALE 100x145': Lot in City of William J. Krantz of Vermilion, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.N. .
TUESDAY Anna Maria. Also 79x160 Canal Lot
7(00 pm Church Choir wSeawall.. Owner going North In T. Russ of Winnsboro, S. C. Mr and Mrs. R. J.
WEDNESDAY three weeks. Make offer. Terms. Douglas of Miami Beach. .Mr. and Mrs. L. L.Stiles
Consider trade twoard small home In .w
4iOO pm Intermediate CA and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Saratoga Springs,.
West Bradenton. C. Helmerdlnger
7iOO MeetingRA
pm on 70th Street Holmes Beach which has been
Sunbeams 1904-20th Ave. Wear BradeBtpn. N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Gurley of Greenfield,
FOR SALE 4-rm. Home, $ .l50. purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Phelps of
fl... Me.e.iel Church For Rents 3-rm. Apta. Yearly rates.Near Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner of Columbia City,
from the builder the Wm. B. Lee Co.
\ (then-Dae sinetl.eel) the beach." Phone 7782407.FOR Ind. Ruth Clapper of San Diego, Calif. Hattie Lexington, Ky., ,
RENT Nice, clean, one or two of Holmes Beach. The sale was handled by Key
Rev. Richer1 K. *i
1ise of
bedroom furnished apartments facingGulf Beechey of Niagara Falls, Ont. Betty Neuert
Royale Homes Inc. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
PeelerTHURSDAY In Bradenton Beach. $40 per Webster N. Y.
week, utilities I included. Phone 778-
tOO pm Cherub Choir 233ft. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: F. Farrell ofWllliamsville

r 3iOO pm Roser Choristers ALTERATIONS on all kind of Cloth- N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. K. Daughertyof
to build ?
7lOO pm Lent.n Service Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes Mrs. Planning
7(30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal Beard. hone Minneapolis, Minn.
FRIDAY' Flank fc 778-141k COLLECTORS. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ullrichof See for blue
lOlOO am Naomi Croup, Urs Come In and let us fill us your prints
May B.U those In album. Upper Darby, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Thyrre of
empty spaces your .
l 4t30 pm Membership Preparatory We carry a aupply for every collector. Old Greenwich, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Cayton of r ii ..... Q:

SUNDAY Class You're. L. O'Connor welcome to Stamps come In fc ft Supplies browse.M. Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buck of Garden COKER ILUE PRINTING

9iOO am Worship Service 2403-14th St. W.Bradenton.747-2M6.' City N. Y.SANDMAN.
t tOiOO em Sunday School YEARLY kthr/ : 175 Per Month-- APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Gregg W.
11 11 Sam Worship Service Unfurnished 2-Bedroom Apartment In Florida
2406 9th St. W. Bradenton
7iOO pm Youth Fellowship +Anna Maria Call Owner at 7781410.BELOW Johnson of Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ,

t MONDAY MARKETi: Choice Canal- Phillips of Smith Falls, Ont. .Mr. and Mrs. John Phone 746-5221
lOlOOam Rebecca Croup front lots on 83rd Street--U.ooo.
}I' 7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 77th Street, 4000. 72nd Street Kilpatrick of Chattanooga.
TUESDAY $4,000. 59th Street. $4,000.Also Ideal
I 9t30 am Ruth Group, Urs. Peter Motel Site Approximately 103x230
-i Karr feet, half block to Gulf Price$16.300. 111 IMALDNE
6i30 pm Couple's Club Want $10,000 offer. JOHN B. new ctmjvtt
WEDNESDAY PROTHERO. Registered Real Estate
7l30 Church Council Broker, 116 list St., Holmes Beach,
pm or call' 778-4534.
Church of The Annunciation WANTED TO BUYi AH U.S. Coins, GLAMOURESTFoam
(Episcopal) Gold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of
old Medals, Tokens,
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector any Country or
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
HURSDAYt9tOO 14th St. W.. Bradenton. Ph.747-2316.
am Holy Eucharist TRADE Deluxe Mobile Horn*at Trl- Rubber-InnerspringeTwin or Double-Mattress or Box SpringBlack
Lenten Study Program Par Estates for house of equal valueIn
PASSION SUNDAY Holmes Beach or Anna Maria.Live
8iOO am Holy Eucharist for $13.67 monthly Call or write 1766 V.
( 10130 am Family Eucharist & Olympia Fields St., Trl-Par Estates. r
WEDNESDAY Sermonj Church School !;arunta. Label Firm

7iOO am Holy Eucharist
Smooth button free top the comfort of
7l30 pm Stations ol the CrossGloria
foam with the firmness of mnersprmgs.
D.l Lutheran Church
BE CAREFUL Lightweight for effortless oed making .
Rev. Lester M. Utz Pastor
I and there's no airing or turning needed!
I SUNDAY "' It's Climatued for Florida and allergy- -
9:15 am Sunday School ,
j I0i30 am Worship Service free.Of course,the foam rubber is revers
Ili30 am Choir Rehearsal ible. Heavy duty 8 02 cover for long,
Lem.beat Island ChapelMe.D.we.ieHMal care free wear

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SUNDAY US am Sunday School 95Foam
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1 1 100 am Worship Service &


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THE ISLANDER 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267rpa..l0

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April 1.1965 THE ISLANDER Page 1]



Close to Gulf
Located near the Beach In Holmes Beach.
Open fireplace In large living room.Two nice 4 Lot 100 x 100
porches. Air conditioning, garage, laundry. CORNER LOT REDUCED
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot, with over S 2,500'
$2,000 gross rent, which pays all expensesand FOR QUICK SALE
more. Total price of property, $26,500.
G. tntl. IllIsIII'

at Corner of Marina & 82nd ri y
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach I Fran Maxon Associate *
Telephone 778-1614
f\\t(4(!\ ANNA MAIt'A. FLORIDA .*.I,


3 BR, 1-1/2 BATHS. Lovely view.House only LARGE FAMILY OR INCOME
Apartment LOW, LOW PRICE OF $14SOO.Seethlssoonl!
Open MARIA. Lovely private home, fully furnished
on the water but has canal boat dock and and equipped. Two BR 2-1/2 Baths,2 Florida
beach privileges. A fine residential section. Rooms.Large Living Room;Pleasant Kitchen;
Doily Owner will sell for only $1,000 down and $75 Many large closets Including several walk-
per month. FULL PRICE CASH OR TERMS ins. Gulf view from every room.Central heat;
LET US HELP YOU ONLY $10,500. DON'T WAIT ON THIS ONEI! 2-Car Garage; 3-Room Housekeeping guest
apartment(w/ private entrance) over garage.

RAt rN N. fAIION. M*.. MGCT "NASSir MOOCf. AMMNM $31,500Mahar

<;AKI>E\S 'elt Offk flam. .... Mri .....: 7751902JACK'S

Raal Eslata

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IARGAIN IOARD 7702 fell Bfhrt, ...... hid 771.1151

Waterfront Home With Income
Looking ForA
Fronting 125 feet on lovely Sarasota Day,this ....
well kept 2-bedroom furnished home has quiet
privacy, with an enchanting panoramic view.
Separate 2-car garage and storage built to
Drive by 209 Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Maria. code for quick and easy conversion to an
apartment. AND--a private water system, rhi i
This home has two large bedrooms; tiled with lines and meters, produces a regular ;l
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 ip
with dining area; Florida Room; enclosed I cash, and balance over ten-year period. -
garage. Lot 85x125. Price $16,500 partly LONGBOAT KEY LOT--A Rood buy Just
reduced from $2,250 to 1650.
furnished. Good financing. .
Just 100 feet back from the Gulf Dcach in
For Appointment Holmes Beach, a one-bedroom furnished
cottage Is going for $8,900. An Inexpensive 5400 Gulf Drive
CONTACT partition will convert part of breezeway to a
second bedroom. Yes, It has a sunporch and
garage. GULF FRONT ApartmentsOn
JACK MARSHALL Rultor Anna Maria IslandFor

Phone 778.2663

2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach M M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria The Discriminating: Purchasers

Who Arc Looking For Enjoyable: Living

And Freedom From Care: .


Many Advantages To Be FoundAt

This Most Desirable Gulf Front

Are You Location Within Walking DistanceOf
IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYTO sec Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .



Available Daily At The Apartments
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Call 778-2012 fBr g-IWI I NEW for EASTER.

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5306 Holmes Boulevard 'r wad( r mci FABULOUS DRIFTWOODCOME

Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps. Repair Owi 7e lUeWele4e11Uf I YOU'LL IN FIND AND JUST LOOK WHAT AROUND YOU.WANT. I

...and proud, too, of those Island And Remember we gift and. mail
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THE EVEN 1965 homes we've decoratedIn FREE
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\ a Nob Hill Mansionor
NOISELESS a Tropical

AIR CONDITIONER Island Home We're OH our wayto
Good Furniture sees
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from the smallest
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to the largest store :I '.)'/. ill HewSweater

from 778-1019 ,,1
5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's See 'Strange Bedfellows' Dress

AS LOW AS $138.88 from
PHILCO Exclusive 5 year Warranty 30 UIIe'6misses
\I on the Complete Air Conditioner & half sizes

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Cheer ..
1 Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. up
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specially treated Oil. sj

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STAFFS 771-1_
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Oil Base OnlyWhite

& ready-mixed body colors LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Call 778.1472ALL STYROFOAM FORMSFor
Maestro & trim colors extra TYPES BABY FURNITURE-
And to "Paint the Town" F.'... B.4s, Linens, Blwktts, PiII.ws Your EASTER DecorationsALL
SEE"Strange Bedfellows"Hd..s 5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
PLUS. all the fixin's .,
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5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach favorite
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New & Now in Stock
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Telephone CHIand Also The All New

Full Strength CALVERT Cocktails
:>- Fifth $3.99 <"
our Stamp of Approval to
RONRICO RUM 1/5 $3.99
tl\\'. Island Players'"Strange OLD THOMPSON 1/5 $3.73
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-- Tequila &Japanese Sake
Ylrea insurance
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Business Office Phone 778.2023
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida 77M697 778-1548 RON FREE DELIVERY

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