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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: April 8, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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The IslanderTHE .




VOICE OF ANNA" MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good

I

No. 700 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 8, 1965 TEN CENTS

...

A. M. Modifies
Civic L.ad.r Earl. G. Cromtr
Trailer Ordinance


trailer Modification ordinance of the city's was () Suffers Heart Attack At M..till

voted by the Anna Maria Earle G. Cromer, 68,of from Maywood, 111., five
City Commission Monday 127 Crescent Drive, Anna years ago. lie retired in
evening. An amendmentto Maria, died of an apparent 1959 as chief atr\Jrneyfor
Ordinance 270 will allow heart attack Tuesday the Veterans Administration -

parking of camper afternoon (Apr. 6)), while in Chicago. '\
vehicles along the east attending a meeting of the Cromer was a memberof
side of Bay Boulevard Manatee County Planningand the Gloria Dei Lutheran

during daylight hours. The e Zoning Commission. Church, and a memberof
campers will, however, the church council. lie
be restricted to the area
was active on the church
between Spring Avenue building committee when I
and Hibiscus Street, to i iI the church was built three I
allow their owners accessto \
years ago.
the City Pier and Bay- '
iI wr4 He was a past presidentof
front Park. the Island Kiwanis Club; I
City Clerk Fran Maxon past president of the
balance in the I
reported a
Island High Twelve Club;
city treasury of $30,000. past master of Maywood ,

Mayor Harvey G. Meyer I Lodge 869, F&AM and ,
said that the city charter
past commander of May-
called for city checks to \
wood Post 133, American
be signed by the city I
Legion.
treasurer, so Mrs. Maxonwas .' Survivors are his wife, I I
made city treasureras I Mrs. Myrtle Cromer of
t
.-
well clerk.
as Anna Maria; a daughter, f
Meyer reported the city ) ,..,., .11\:\-9." '.", Mrs. Betty Trombello of )
had an "emergency situation" '. 4 .
/ Maywood; two sons, EarleG.
at the canal bridgeon \., Cromer Jr. of Mt.
Bay Boulevard, and URL C. CROMER Prospect, III., and Dr. (

the commission authorized Cromer had been a member Robert Cromer of Antlgo,
a "proposal" for of the commission Wis., and six grandchildren. -
emergency repairs to the for four years, and was .
bridge. The Job will I Include its secretary. He had Funeral services will be

repairs from Pine to Bay Avenue Boulevard Scene from "STRANGE BEDFELLOWS Standing, left to right, are Marion served as chairman for held at Grlfflth-Cllnc

north to the corner of ," which opened Tuesday at the Brodcrlck of Anna Maria, Mike Dollof two years prior to Jan- Island Chapel at 7:30p.m.,
Lake View Drive at a Anna Maria Community House, and Longboat Key and Sally Cox of uary. lie also was chair- Thursday, Apr. 8, with
,
man of the Anna Marla the Rev. Lester M. Utz,
coat of $668. will run through Saturday. Seated are Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO
Acting Police Chief C.n. Bob Hanscom .and Connie Fleming. nv ED AUMAN) City Planning, Zoning and pastor of Gloria, Del <\
1 Review Board. Lutheran Church, of-
V. Stewart serveda
having lie was born In Port ficlatlng.' Burial will be
probationary period of Large Little League Directors NamedThe No P. O. Change
Elgin, Ontario, Canada, at Oak Ridge Cemetery
three months In that
capacity
and moved to Anna Maria Cook County 111.
was made police Group Registers board of directors Representative JamesA.
chief. He was authorizedto Sixty-two youngsters of the Island Youth Center Haley, in a letter this
have a blue light Installed registered for Little held a special meeting week, said he knows of

on the police car League baseball at the Monday evening Apr. 5, no contemplated change in
at a cost of $65. Island Youth Center and appointed Mr. and status of the Anna Maria

The commission also Saturday afternoon. According Mrs. Robert C. Ross of Post Office. ProclamationThe
passed a resolution to league officials Gulf Park, Bradenton The Anna Maria City

placing all police activi- the boys will be Beach, the new directorsof Commission passed a
ties in the city under divided into two groups, the Youth Center and resolution recently urging
the supervision of the with the eight and nine- the Teen Club that meetsat Haley to use his influencein

chief of police. The res- year-olds in one group, the center. retaining the "present municipalities of Anna Maria, Bradenton,
olution was Introduced by and the ten through thir- Mr. and Mrs. Ross will status" of the Anna Marla Bradenton Beach Holmes Beach, Longboat Key,
Commissioner Gene Cox teens in another. plan the summer programand Post Office. Palmetto and the Board of County Commissioners
who said the reason for Players In the younger will direct all activi- The city commissionalso of Manatee County are Justifiably proud of the
the resolution was because group will form two teamsIn ties at the Youth Center. asked Haley to try to Manatee County Chamber of Commerce and Its
no ordinance a Pee Wee league and Mr. and Mrs. Ross have secure the appointment ofa Divisions, an organization that has done so muchto
outlined the duties and will be taught fundamentals been Island residents for postmaster for Anna promote and protect business and to develop
responsibilities of the of baseball with four years. Mr. Ross wasa Maria, pointing out that civic programs designed to make our communities
police chief.Commissioner. methods used by the Bra- warrant officer In the Stewart Hawkins has been better places In which to work and live.
Tom Mc- denton Boy's Club. Games Canadian Army for 24 acting postmaster for The Manatee County Chamber has not limited
Kay reported that new will be played with the years. Mrs. Ross Is a more than five years, and itself to business programs. Those who make up
street lights had been Installed use of a batting tee Instead public speaker, lecturerand there has been no post- KM membership have been In the forefront of every
on Gulf Drive, plus of pitching. Slightly teacher, and also has master for eight yearn. worthwhile civic project undertaken In our com-
served as an entertainment Nearly a year ago, a munity.
one In the parking lotat different rules are used,
the House. the director. They owna civil service representative The Manatee County Chamber wf Commerce has
Community in order to give players -
Installation of a short a greater opportunityto complete puppet show visited Anna Maria consistently presented the business point of view on
section of seawall at the learn the fundamentalsof which Is their own crea- to work on establishing a public questions at all levels of government. Thoseof
tion. register of eligible In have benefited by the counsel
of us government
end Oak Avenue was the game, throwing and
of the Chamber when matter of common Interest
discussed but action will
no glove handling. There ",'
; \ .1-
have been under dlncusslon.'Iho .
will be taken until after be less chance of injuryfor
owners of several smallboat the boys in this age J Manatee County Chamber has been a strong
lots have been con- bracket by separatingthem o defender of the free enterprise system which encourages -
tacted. from the larger and .. 1 Individual Initiative and develops leadership
Commissioner Alma older players. Coachingand that makes It poswlble to secure maximum benefitsfor

Haynes reported that the teaching will be done all Its citizen
board of directors of the by adult personnel. In appreciation of the contributions made by theManatee

Island Youth Center was The 37 players in the County Chamber of Commerce and Its
Division to our civic, cultural, economic and
interview older
to two more group will form a
candidates for the positionof three-team league, which educational progress, We, the undersigned,hereby
director at the center. will play under regular proclaim the week of April la, 196), as Chamber
She also said that the Little League rules and of Commerce Week In Manatee County. And In
... -- Issuing this proclamation call upon all of its
board was planning a good regulations. These play- "11.
i" t.:'"' citizen Its and schools to recognize
organization
_
summer program at the ers also will be taughtthe J 7."
center for the Island young fundamentals of the ...c'. ..'r;" ._ thin special week and to Join In Its observance
<
adult .' ( .."," ": _
people. game by personnel. : .
McKay said that larvlcld- Practice for the Little .- ."1- '-1.j I.)_-#.". ,".,., ....., .. .1-. GIVEN UNDER: OUR HANDS AND SEALS THIS(

Ing of mosquito ditches League will take place .. !fi.IjSr ;;... ).. ,.'". ( ... 2ND DAY OF APRIL, 1965.1ARVEY.
'. T.fill' .... -
) ,
was now under way, and Tuesday evenings, and the ..:. 'It.-' .,, .. r., ." "I. as
,. ..,c t. .; :.i' -"",. ( G. MEYER
that the city would appreciate Pee Wee League on .. :.., ) .. 4 .
t( IooL ., of Maria
reports of any Wednesday evenings, with ''-'-; ..--.'. _' 1..;1.1.4. ) _.:-.. _" Mayor, City Anna
marshy areas which need- both schedules to be an- New Longboat Key mayor N. O. Webber, poled on HENRY MKUNIKR
of llradenton Beach
Mayor, City
ed larviciding. nounced. the Gulf beach near the groins he had built to arrest
KIMRH? : G. TWIST
Commissioner Robert Volunteer coaches for the erosion on the shore in front of his elegant
(Continued on Page 3)) (Continued on Page 5)) mDblle home court. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mayor City of Holmes (leach



'


, 1961
2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 8. !


,,"" .. __.< ,.'_ _,..,._.. ." ... ..... .- .L ::" "' "">:. "'.""" ._- -.-" ..... ...
giltiel Sells aKa

illf f.. i',

'..;1" \If.' ; t Cockle $tell*

I
I And HOW does your garden grow?

: ,1.{': h'iB.\! Have you ever taken the "ant route"? When the

/' Dr. Huths built their new home on the Gulf, they
rr
I ie' ty found sandspurs and ants--don't we all?They believe

'.. that the builders disturb the ant nests and then the

-.,...; ants look around for a new home. Lil Huth decided
they weren't going to live with her, so she started
her "ant route." Each morning when she takes her

walk, she carries with her a can of chlordane which
she sprinkles on the ant hills. Ed goes the sandspurroute

G.. and pulls out every sandspur he sees. He says

that his trip is more productive If he goes barefooted.

Their land is now pest free but they continue their

daily walks.
.
w
w How long will you wait to see a plant bloom? The

amaryllis are now coming into their full glory; they
do so well in our sand and sun.Many of the blossoms

fertilize and produce seed. When the pod bursts open

and the flat, black seeds are exposed, they are
ready to be planted. If fresh seed is planted in

builder's sand, small single leaves will appear in a
few weeks. When the leaves are four or five inches

high, they may be transplanted into quart oil cans
filled with fairly rich soil. Feed them frequentlyand

w protect them from severe cold. When the bulbs

grow too large or when the rim of the can rusts off,

the plants are ready to set out in the garden.

Amaryllis are nearly pest free and will bloom even

when neglected--perhaps that's why they are one of

my favorites.Do .


I Recent aerial view of Key Royale, showing especiallywell development. Darker area at the right of the last canalis

the mid-Island and Key Royale residential the site of the proposed golf and country club.

High TwelveThe Youth Center MeetingA Easter CantataThe IGA Boys' ContestErnie

Island High Twelve regular mo.uhly meet- Island Baptist Cagnina, the pro-

Club will meet at noon, ing of the Anna Maria Church Choir will present prietor of the Anna Maria

Thursday Apr. 8, at the Island Youth Center'sBoard "The Promise of Eas- IGA Store, has announcedthat

Gulf Terrace Restaurant, of Directors will ter," an Easter cantata, his store will parti-

Bradenton Beach. The take place at 8 p.m., Tues- at the church, at 7 p.m., cipate in the second you sterilize your black soil to kill nematodesand

speaker is to be David day, Apr. 13, at the center. Sunday, Apr. 11. annual "IGA Boys' Con- fungus before placing it in your flower beds and
Hamerick, technical director The board has announcedthat Mrs. Grace Alderton is test," to begin Monday,
planters? It is really a simple process if you have the ;
of Tropicana, Inc. Ernest Marshall will ,the director of the choir, Apr. 12, and ending on man who delivers spread the soil about fourteen

I He will describe the resume his dancing classes which has as members: Saturday, June 5. More inches deep instead of placing It in a pile. With
I of that and at the center in Sep than 800
activities large
Mrs. G. R. Jones, Mrs. boys, ages 10 Vapam diluted as directed on the container, you can
: important citrus processing tember. Registrationdates Nina Landon,Mrs. Robert to 14, will win fabulous
it the soil with
sprinkle on a watering can or sprayIt
announced in
I industry. will be Judson, Miss Ella Black, five-day trips to Southern through your garden hose. The treatment is simpleand
On the following weekend August. Mrs. Josephine Carr, California. Each IGA
I takes less than an hour but what a difference it
20 members of the REA Mrs. Lee Ratliff, Mrs. store is sponsoring a
ExpressRay makes to the annuals which are so susceptible to
club, and their wives, will Ronald Hoard, Mrs. number of boys who will
weeks
root knot. The soil should not be used for three
I
attend the second annual D. Taylor, manager; Bernard Edwards, Ronald win this once in a life- after the treatment. If it is sterilized now, It will be
state convention of the of the BradentonSarasotaoffice Hoard, Dale Dennis, time trip.Complete. All
ready for the zinnias and other summer plants.
High Twelve Clubs of of REA Express, Robert Judson, Charles details and weed seeds arc killed too, which saves much back-
Florida, which will be has announced that there Cooper, Bernie Clark, contest rules are avail- breaking labor later--so "do it now!"
held at the Lagoon Motel, will be a door to door James France and able at all participating; *

Clearwater Beach, Fridayand pickup and delivery ser- Bernard Edwards. IGA Stores. The magnificent gold trees are now at the height
Saturday, Apr. 9 and vice on the Island, Pictures of
Everyone is Invited to last year's of their bloom. Their trunks too, are so interesting,
10. E. D. Wetmore and beginning Apr. 6,and each hear the presentation of trip will be shown at the with another their barkis
;
one graceful curve following
Warren Wade will be the Tuesday and Friday the cantata. Island School at 9 a.m., break occasionallyin
soft. brittle and
I official delegates from the thereafter. Patrons of the Friday, Apr. 9, and all very They are
well
hurricane winds but survive these as as
Confirmation Class they
I local club and Mrs.James service are asked to call parents are invited to see heart.
cold weather which makes them dear to my
I Ward is a member of the 755-2604 for pickup or Members of j Confirmation them.
Ladies'Day Even if they are up-rooted and replanted, they hardly
/ committee for the delivery.
Class Gloria Del
at
nroaram. Tavlor has advised that Lutheran Church who Lenten Services seem to notice the shock. Another flowering tree that

The -convention' will end if there is sufficient business were confirmed last Sun- Special Lenten Servicesat is ideal for a small* lot on.the Island.*

f with the president's banquet on the Island, the day were: Larry Bethke, the Episcopal Churchof
t on Saturday evening, number of pickups and Lance Bradow, John The Annunciation will Yes, In the poor man's garden grow
Charles F. Burkln deliveries will be in- Far more than herbs and flowers--
I when Holmes Ill, Hcrtha Lang, be as follows: Palm Sun- of mind
Kind thoughts, contentment, ,
I Jr., president of the High creased. Patricia Rook, Larry day, 8 a.m., Holy Eucharist peace
And for hours.
joy
I Twelve International, will Litktrii Church Rook, Rickey Ruppenthal, with Palm Crossesto weary Unknown

I speak to the gathering. and Thomas Thibodeau. be distributed; 10:30 .
"I Was There Too" will
: School Registration Trash Pickup a.m., Blessing and Dis- See next week.
I be the topic for the ser- tribution of Palms, you

I Registration for chil- mon at the regular Holmes Beach has announced Procession and Sung --GINNIE

I dren entering kindergarten worship service at the the schedule for Eucharist and Sermon.

I or first grade at Anna Gloria Del Lutheran trash pickups in the city: Monday, Tuesday and

II Maria School next fall, Church, at 10:30 a.m., During the first full weekof Wednesday, Holy Eucharist -
I I and who have not been Palm Sunday. each month trash will at 9 a.m.Maundy LififfiS
: school here, will Three special services
attending be picked up in the area Thursday, 7:30
I be held from 1:30 to 3:30 will be held during Holy north of 66th Street. Dur- p.m., Solemn Eucharist, I U

p.m., Monday, Apr. 12, in Week, all at 7:30 p.m. ing the third week of the Procession to Altar of
the school cafeteria. "The Gift of Guidance"will Dear Editor:
month it will be
picked up Repose, Stripping and
subject
Mr. Harry Varley is an authority on many
kin- be the
Children sermon topicat
entering in the area south of 66th Washing of the Altar. of his wor|
and most
of Interest to all our residents,
dergarten must be five the mid-week service Street
before Jan. 1, 1966, and Wednesday evening, the ale. including Key Roy- Roser GuildA is appreciated. Unless he is an aviator, however:

those entering first grade last of a series of ser- he should not assum that he knows aviation.
Roser Men's Club regular monthly lun- After from In commercU
must be six before that mons on the Lord'sPrayer. cheon and retiring many years
meeting of the should be allo-
and military aviation I believe I
date. The Roser Men's Club Roser Guild will be heldat
I a few words in reply to Mr. Varley.
It Is NOT NECESSARY The Sacrament of Holy
will meet at the churchat 1 p.m., Tuesday, Apr.
I spent
life were
More than 30 years of my
to take children to registration Communion will be cel-
7:30 13. Those
p.m., Tuesday, attending arc responslbl
aviation and I wa
promoting private --
II but parents are ebrated at the evening Apr. 13.The program will asked to take a covered or instrumental in development of two airport!
asked to take birth certificates services on Maundy feature slides "From dish and table service.
During the depression, barnstorming was my
I and any health Thursday and Good Fri- Maine to Florida" by J. New officers will be Installed Interested In this fascinati
way to get people very
I records they mayhave. day.
Willis Ryder. at the meeting.
I and progressive means of transportation.
I It is my opinion that if stores and other business

I ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER The l"'dnI arc going to be built around our airstrip, the iti
I will have to be called unsuitable.
I .... .1..1 An Independent Weekly published Jesse M. Children of Atlanta was correct In '
Thursday by THE ISLANDER
Tp every aa/
referral air approaches
: T...,...""... PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine to currents affecting .1
takeoffs. Strong cross winds or radical winds etas
9 .... (He'poll High Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida "
fatal
I EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALI.h :-- very easily cause a dangerous or landing "
I not to mention the danger to buildings neanilM
Mar.30--72 84 70 86 75 None ADVERTISING MANAGER = '
I Mar.31--70 84 76 84 75 None MARGE KIMBALL yh airstrip and innocent people. pT

I I v Apr. 1--66 79 75 83 73 None Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna ;f.l Turbulence near the ground always and has
I Apr. 2--70 77 73 80 73 None Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 major} factor in accidents on landing be-efttt
I Apr. 3--70 78 74 81 72 None 9OII The airstrip is an asset to our beautiful i
t 4 73 81 72 73 Let us keep it safe.
Apr. -- 84 None Entered as Second Class matter
O. P. Fosterrold USAF ReI.
Apr. 5--74 R2 74 85 74 None under the Act of March 3, 1879 Capt. (
Anna Maria, Fla.Page .



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Thursday, April 8, 1965 THE !ISLANDER Page 3r'

ANNA MARIA .
Key Royale Sales
(Continued from Page 1)
According to officialsof Moses reported that the -' f4r.J
Key Royale Homes, city is still removing pine
Inc., sales agent for Key trees which had died as
Mq Royale and Bay Palms the result of the freezein
subdivisions, a new December 1962. He
I monthly sales record was said the project turnedout
established by the com- to be more expensivethan
pany during March. had been anticipated.
One new home was sold; Because IndependenceDay
w. six contracts were signedby will be celebrated on
purchasers of lots; Monday this year,the July
four contracts for new commission meeting was
4 homes were signed, and postponed until July 12.
r deposits were made on The mayor reported thaton
f + two other homesites to the advice of County a
reserve them for pur- Engineer John Benson,the
"
chase at a later date. city will revise its street
!; This was the greatest paving specifications,and
volume of business the meanwhile the ordinance
firm has had in any single calling for certain spec-
I WW .i month since it was formedin ifications is no longer in

November, 1962. effect. P Y 1 1II I

II

t ': '" 1

Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
4 was honored Sunday at an Informal birthday party I
at the Church of The Annunciation, after the morning I
service. Mrs. Wilson was 90 on Friday, Apr. 2, and I
Is the oldest member of the local Episcopal Church. I
(ISLANDER PHOTO) I
S *
1 I
DR. ELIAS LIEBERMAN of Anna Maria and Rich- I
mond Hill, L. I., N. Y. has recently completed I
judging the poems entered In the National Junior :
MR. AND MRS. GARY C. CRIPPIS Poetry Contest held annually under the auspices of I
SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINE
Miss Necia D. Chauvit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
Raymond Chauvit of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, MR. AND MRS. W. ELTON SHEEHAN of Guilford, I
became the bride of Gary C. Griffis, son of Mr. and N Conn. spent a few days on the Island last week.
Mrs. Bernard Grlffis of Cortez, at Gloria Del / / / i
Lutheran Church, on Friday, Mar. 19. JACOB JOHN WELLING, 75, of Pines Trailer
Miss Chicky Snyder of Bradenton was maid of Park, Braden ton Beach, died Thursday, Apr. 1.
honor, and Miss Vicky Hook of Bradenton was a Born in Germany, he moved to the Island from
bridesmaid.The Dearborn, Mich., ten years ago. Ho was retired I
bride wore a floor length dress, with a from the Ford Motor Co. I
triple-length skirt of net with hoop petticoat, wrist Survivors are two brothers, Rudie Welling of
length sleeves and bodice and collar of white Trailer Estates, and John Welling of Detroit, and
sequins and pearls. A white tiara of pearls'anda two sisters, Mrs. Rose Clegg, Santa Clara, Calif.,
white hip length veil completed her dress. Her and Mrs. Anna Walters of St. Louis.
bouquet was of white and pink roses, and she Arrangements were In charge of Shannon's Bra-
carried an ivory covered antique prayer book. dcnton Chapel.
Both the bridesmaid and maid of honor wore KINGS FOR A DAY! Alderman Jack Nell and City
pink and peach street length silk organdy dresses Engineer Ed Haverkos of Holmes Beach, with some
with veiled bridal hats to match, and carried of the kingfish they caught Sunday. Some of the fish I Weekend at Webb'sCome :
bouquets of blue and white flowers. Flowers for were cleaned before camera arrived. (Islander Photo) I
the altar also were blue and white. I
Thirty guests attended a small reception In the in
church immediately following the wedding.The 'JI 'Je'4 'J cor 4IIU...
bride and groom enjoyed a short honeymoonIn and let Jean Graham help
St. Petersburg, and now make their home in you

Bradenton. ...TVt 'sac 'Jel with your beauty problems.She .
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r Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 8, I

-- _.-" ,. -- -."-.-, .,,_..,._..,. "-,- ,,,.. .">'.
,. .; il"et Sell aK?


'. 1".. ,':' (',:, .,t',f'{,,,", I"" ':',,,,,,,,, Coctile kells
"';): :''iI','*!:

{,;
Jlt And HOW does your garden grow?
: \ '
Have you ever taken the "ant route"? When the

Dr. Huths built their new home on the Gulf, they
found sandspurs and ants--don't we all?They believe

that the builders disturb the ant nests and then the

ants look around for a new home. Lll Huth decided

they weren't going to live with her, so she started
her "ant route." Each morning when she takes her

I' walk, she carries with her a can of chlordane which
'" she sprinkles on the ant hills. Ed goes the sandspurroute

rAs and pulls out every sandspur he sees. He says

CJa"a that his trip is more productive if he goes barefooted.

Their land is now pest free bat they continue their

daily walks.
.

How long will you wait to see a plant bloom? The

amaryllis are now coming into their full glory; they
do so well in our sand and sun.Many of the blossoms

fertilize and produce seed. When the pod bursts open

,. and the flat, black seeds are exposed, they are
r r1r ready to be planted. If fresh seed is planted in

.. ..-' builder's sand, small single leaves will appear in a

MK ti:' few weeks. When the leaves are four or five inches

high, they may be transplanted into quart oil cans

.. filled with fairly rich soil. Feed them frequentlyand

protect them from severe cold. When the bulbs
:., ,
."" grow too large or when the rim of the can rusts off,

the plants are ready to set out in the garden.

Amaryllis are nearly pest free and will bloom even

when neglected--perhaps that's why they are one of

my favorites.Do .


Recent aerial view of Key Royale,showing especially development. Darker area at the right of the last canalis

well the mid-Island and Key Royale residential the site of the proposed golf and country club.

High TwelveThe Youth Center MeetingA Easter CantataThe IGA Boys' ContestErnie

Island High Twelve regular ino.uhly meet- Island Baptist Cagnina, the pro-
Club will meet at noon, ing of the Anna Maria Church Choir will present prietor of the Anna Maria

Thursday, Apr. 8, at the Island Youth Center'sBoard "The Promise of Eas- IGA Store, has announcedthat 3

Gulf Terrace Restaurant of Directors will ter," an Easter cantata, his store will parti-

Bradenton Beach. The take place at 8 p.m., Tues- at the church at 7 p.m., cipate in the second you sterilize your black soil to kill nematodesand

speaker is to be David day, Apr. 13, at the center. Sunday Apr. 11. annual "IGA Boys' Con- fungus before placing it in your flower beds and

Hamerick, technical director The board has announcedthat Mrs. Grace Alderton is test," to begin Monday, planters? It is really a simple process if you have the

of Tropicana Inc. Ernest Marshall will the director of the choir, Apr. 12, and ending on man who delivers spread the soil about fourteen

I He will describe the resume his dancing classes which has as members: Saturday June 5. More inches deep instead of placing it in a pile. With

I I activities of that large and at the center in Sep- Mrs. G. R. Jones Mrs. than 800 boys, ages 10 Vapam diluted as directed on the container you can

I important citrus processing tember. Registrationdates Nina Landon Mrs. Robert to 14, will win fabulous sprinkle it on the soil with a watering can or sprayit

I Industry. will be announced in Judson Miss Ella Black five-day trips to Southern through your garden hose. The treatment is simpleand

I On the following weekend August. Mrs. Josephine Carr, California. Each IGA takes less than an hour but what a difference it
20 members of the Mrs. Lee Ratliff Mrs. store is sponsoring a
REA ExpressRay makes to the annuals which are so susceptible to
I club and their wives, will Ronald Hoard Mrs. number of boys who will root knot. The soil should not be used for three weeks
attend the second annual D. Taylor managerof Bernard Edwards Ronald win this once in a life after the treatment. If It is sterilized now It will be

state convention of the the BradentonSarasotaoffice Hoard Dale Dennis, time trip.Complete. ready for the zinnias and other summer plants. All '

High Twelve Clubs of of REA Express, Robert Judson, Charles details and weed seeds are killed too, which saves much back-
Florida which will be has announced that there Cooper, Bernie Clark, contest rules are avail- breaking labor later--so "do it nowl"
held at the Lagoon Motel will be a door to door James France and able at all participating *
Clearwater Beach, Fridayand pickup and delivery ser- IGA Stores.
Bernard Edwards. The magnificent gold trees are now at the heightof
Saturday, Apr. 9 and vice on the Island, Everyone is invited to Pictures of last year'strip their bloom. Their trunks too, are so interesting,
10. E. D. Wetmore and beginning Apr. 6,and each hear the presentation of will be shown at the with following another; their barkis
one graceful curve
I Warren Wade will be the Tuesday and Friday the cantata. Island School at 9 a.m., soft. brittle and break occasionallyin
very They are
official from the thereafter. Patrons of the
delegates
I Confirmatiom Class Friday Apr. 9, and all hurricane winds, but they survive these as well as
I local club and Mrs.James service are asked to call parents are invited to see heart.
cold weather which makes them dear to my
Ward is a member of the 755-2604 for pickup or
them.
Members of a Confirmation ,
hardly
Even if and replanted, they
they arc up-rooted
for the Ladies'Day
committee delivery.
Class at Gloria Del that
program.The Taylor has advised that Lenten Services seem to notice the shock. Another flowering tree )
Lutheran Church who
Is Ideal for a small lot on the Island.
convention will end if there is sufficient busi-
were confirmed last Sun- Special Lenten Servicesat .
with the president's ban- ness on the Island the
,
day were Bethke the Churchof
: Larry Episcopal
Yes, in the man's garden grow
quet on Saturday evening, number of pickups and Lance Bradow, John The Annunciation will poor
when Charles F. Burkin deliveries will be in- Far more than herbs and flowers--
I Holmes III, Hertha Lang be as follows: Palm Sun- of mind,
Kind thoughts contentment, peace
Jr., president of the High creased. Patricia Rook 8
I Larry day, a.m.,Holy Eucharist And Joy for hours.
weary
Twelve International, will Lithiru Chuck Rook, Rickey Ruppenthal, with Palm Crossesto Unknown
1 speak to the gathering. and Thomas Thibodeau. be distributed; 10:30 .
"I Was There Too" will
1 School a.m., Blessing and Distribution -
1 Registration be the topic for the ser- Trash Pickup See you next week.
of Palms,
/ Registration for children mon at the regular Holmes Beach has announced Procession and Sung -CINN1E

entering kindergarten worship service at the the schedule for Eucharist and Sermon.
or first grade at Anna Gloria Del Lutheran trash pickups In the
city: Monday Tuesday and
Maria School next fall, Church, at 10:30 a.m., During the first full weekof Wednesday Holy Eucharist -
and who have not been Palm Sunday. each month trash will at 9 a.m.Maundy lffifRS
attending school here, will Three special services
be picked up In the area Thursday 7:30 .
held from 1:30 3:30 will be held
I be to during Holy north of 66th Street. Dur- p.m.. Solemn Eucharist,
1 p.m., Monday, Apr. 12, in Week, all at 7:30 p.m. ing the third week of the Procession to Altar of
Dear Editor
the school cafeteria. "The Gift of Guidance"will :
month it will be
picked up Repose Stripping and subJect
kin- the Mr. Harry Varley is an authority on many
Children be
entering sermon topicat
in the area south of 66th Washing of the Altar. of Interest to all our residents, and most of his wor
dergarten must be five the mid-week service
before Jan. 1, 1966 and Wednesday evening, the Street ale. including Key Roy- Roser Guild is appreciated. Unless he is an aviator, howevei

those entering first grade last of a series of ser- he should not assume that he knows aviation.
Roser Men's Club A regular monthly lun- After retiring from many years in commercli
must be six before that mons on the Lord'sPrayer.
cheon and meeting of the and military aviation I believe I should be allo
date. The Roser Men's Club Roser Guild will be heldat
few words in Mr. Varley.
I to
a reply
It Is NOT NECESSARY The Sacrament of Holy
I take children will meet at the churchat 1 p.m., Tuesday, Apr. More than 30 years of my life were spent
to to reg- Communion will be cel-
7:30 p.m., Tuesday. 13. Those attending are promoting private aviation--and I was rcsponslbl
: istration, but parents are ebrated at the evening
Apr. 13. The program will asked to take a covered or instrumental In development of two airport
asked to take birth certificates services on Maundy
I feature slides "From dish and table service. the barnstorming was my
I and any health Thursday and Good Fri Maine to Florida" by J. New officers will be installed During way to get people depression Interested In this very fasclnati
records they have.
I may day.
I Willis Ryder. at the meeting. and progressive means of transportation.

It is my opinion that if stores and other business

ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERw. TAe laisnder arc going to be built around our airstrip the sti
will have to be called unsuitable.
.t.. .......... An Independent Weekly published Jesse M. Childress of Atlanta was correct In
T..q.Ts.wp every Thursday by TilE ISLANDER referral to air currents affecting approaches st.i
eN"w.s PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine .'A.
t takeoffs. Strong cross winds or radical winds 0.-
... ..... 6g. High Avenue Anna Maria Island, Florida very easily cause a dangerous or fatal landtag,*!
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL..... ': tiR
buildings near
noc to mention the danger to ;
Mar. 30--72 84 70 86 75 None ADVERTISING MANAGER M ...
: Mar.31--70 84 airstrip, and innocent people. if
76 84 75 None t'
MARGE KIMBALL +
i the always has been a
Turbulence ground
s near i
I Apr. 1--66 79 75 83 73 None Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna accidents landing and Ukeofr.F"
ttI'IO major factor in on
Apr. 2--70 77 73 80 73
I None Maria Fla. Telephone 7782021
beautiful Islat...
The airstrip is an asset to our
Apr. 3--70 78 74 81 72 None
Apr. 4--73 81 72 84 73 None Entered aa Second Class matter l.et us keep It safe. USAF 1 .1
Fostervold Rev
Capt. O. P. (
Apr. 5--74 R2 74 85 74 None under the Act or March 3, 1879 Anna Maria, Fla.



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ANNA MARIA .
Key Royale Sales (Continued from Page 1) S

According to officialsof Moses reported that the
Key Royale Homes, city is still removing pine
Inc., sales agent for Key trees which had died as
Royale and Bay Palms the result of the freezein
subdivisions, a new December 1962. He
I monthly sales record was said the project turnedout
established by the com- to be more expensivethan
pany during March. had been anticipated.
One new home was sold; Because IndependenceDay :; at
six contracts were signedby will be celebrated on
purchasers of lots; Monday this year,the July
four contracts for new commission meeting was
homes were signed, and postponed until July 12.
deposits were made on The mayor reported that
r .' two other homesites to on the advice of County
reserve them for pur- Engineer John Benson,the
chase at a later date. city will revise its street
This was the greatest paving specifications,and
volume of business the meanwhile the ordinance ,
( firm has had in any single calling for certain spec-
month since it was formedin ifications is no longer in
v'Ir I
November 1962. effect. J

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Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson of Gulf Drive, Holmes Deach,
was honored Sunday at an Informal birthday partyat I
the Church of The Annunciation, after the morning j I
service. Mrs. Wilson was 90 on Friday, Apr. 2, and I
r Is the oldest member of the local Episcopal Church. I
(ISLANDER PHOTO) I
I
DR. ELIAS LIEBERMAN of Anna Maria and Rich- I
mond Hill, L. I., N. Y. has recently completed I
+k Judging the poems entered In the National Junior i
MR. AND MRS. GARY C. GRIFFIS Poetry Contest held annually under the auspices of I
SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINE. :
.
Miss Necia D. Chauvlt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tii *
Raymond Chauvit of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, MR. AND MRS. W. ELTON SHEEHAN of Guilford, !
became the bride of Gary C. Griffis, son of Mr. and Conn. spent a few days on the Island last week.
Mrs. Bernard Griffis of Cortez, at Gloria Del j / / /
Lutheran Church, on Friday, Mar. 19. JACOB JOHN WELLING 75, of Pines Trailer
Miss Chlcky Snyder of Bradenton was maid of Park, Bradcnton Beach, died Thursday, Apr. 1.
honor, and Miss Vicky Hook of Bradenton was a Born in Germany, he moved to the Island from
bridesmaid.The Dearborn, Mich., ten years ago. lie was retired
bride wore a floor length dress, with a from the Ford Motor Co.
triple-length skirt of net with hoop petticoat, wrist Survivors are two brothers, Rudic Welling of
length sleeves and bodice and collar of white i Trailer Estates, and John Welling of Detroit, and
sequins and pearls. A white tiara of pearls and two sisters, Mrs. Rose Clegg, Santa Clara, Calif.,
a white hip length veil completed her dress. Her and Mrs. Anna Walters of St. Louis.
bouquet was of white and pink roses, and she Arrangements were In charge of Shannon's Bra-
carried an Ivory covered antique prayer book. denton Chapel.Weekend l.
Doth the bridesmaid and maid of honor wore FOR A DAY1 Alderman Jack Neil and City
pink and peach street length silk organdy dresses Engineer Ed Havcrkos of Holmes Beach, with some !
with veiled bridal hats to match, and carried of the kingfish they caught Sunday. Some of the fish at Webb'sCome
bouquets of blue and white flowers. Flowers for were cleaned before camera arrived.(Islander Photo)
the altar also were blue and white. I
Thirty guests attended a small reception in the in
church immediately following the wedding.The 'It' Tscwscce.
.
bride and groom enjoyed a short honeymoonin 'll and let Jean Graham help you
St. and make
Petersburg now their home In

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ISLANDER Thursday April 8.
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I an. ALL ABOUT PEOPLE Guests at the Motels

MERRIMAC ON THE CULFi Dr. and Mr*. Paul S.Rot ol Bloomington
U!... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Swam of Springfield N.J... Mr. and Mr'
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. POST of Bradenton i .ru, : : ':& J. Donald Simon of East Syracuse N. Y... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Me Adam.
were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary, at : t. : of Mlddletown. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Lang Mack of Gate Mills. Ohio,
.. Luclel Walden and Mrs. Evelyn Part of
.1 f t.'; and son. Mrs. Plant Clcv
an open house at the home of their son-in-law and if' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester of Dayton: Ohio... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
I. .. Ewing of Laurel. Mrs. Ewing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry
R i. : .1 McManamy. owners of Merrlmac on the Gulf.
I'i PALM COURT Mrs. Elmer Swanson Jr. of Chicago and daughters.
/ HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fagnan of Holly Hill... Warren
+ =1 'ate K. Heath Frank Heath and lake Suter of Winter Haven.
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wlngrort
\ r. of Neenah. Wla. on their honeymoon... Mr. and Mra. C.James Ems of
Camtllus. N. Y... Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Karr of Jacksonville N.C...Mr.
and Mrs. Rex Perry of Lakevlew. Ohio... Mr. and Mrs. Marion MacCallum
F.r of Huntington N. Y... Mr. and Mrs. D. Van Durme of Hamilton Om... Mr.
and Mrs. W. Dalllere of Montreal... Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merrlman of South
Haven Mich... Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Wolf of Troy, N. Y...Mn. Eleanor
Carroll of Hartford, Conn., and daughter Judy... Mr. and Mrs. Hulon
Sasser of Fort Green... Mr.and Mrs. Paul V. Dunkelblge of Battle Creek
Mich... Mrs. Carolyn Copley of Orlando and party... Mra. Hazel ClIa"of
Columbus. Ca., and children.
.a.
r + ROD k REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Claude Teachout of Clermont and
r son Mike... T. C. Williams and John McCrarry of Tampa... Mr. Paul
Pollard of Apollo Beach... Mr. and Mrs. Elton Meader of Tampa...Mr.
!? and Mra. William Nightengale of Clearwater... Mr.. and Mrs. James
I Schwabonskl of Tampa, and children... Mr. and Mrs. Ledlle Conger!:
Atlanta.
..1 EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mra. W. Barclay and Mr. and Mra. C. Slade
r of Toronto... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lambert and Mra. Roy Drayer of Sault
Ste. Marie, Ont... Mr. and Mrs. H. Neunschwander of Crablll. Ind.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mra.William T.Ceroid of Llndenhurst,
N. Y... Mr. and Mr. Fred Krulzenga of Grand Rapid., Mich., and daugh
ter... Mr. and Mrs. H. Fitzgerald of Rochester N. Y... Mr. and Mri
Thomas Dunn of McHenry. 111., and party... Mr. and Mra. William P.
Casper of Worcester Mas*.
,11 SEA ISLE MOTEL Tom Fabel of Bay Village Ohio... Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Fleet of Orlando... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Cleveland Ohio... Bert
Jt Cochran of Maywood. 111... Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Fulghum of Miami.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welker and Mr. and Mri.
Robert Downs of Macedon. N. Y... Mr. and Mr*. MaynarO Roaeboon of
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. SPENCER (Islander Muskegon, Mich... Mr. and Mr*. Cash Wyant of Jackson Ohio.
Photo) BEARD COTTAGE Mr. and Mr*. Norton Wooley of Buffalo N. Y.
PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. R.yof New Era Mich.
PROTHERO APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Collins of Royal Oak.
ItMR. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. SPENCER of 102 Mich.S. .
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mr. Mark Beltalre of Create
7th Street South, Bradenton Beach, entertained their Polnte. Mich., and daughter Barbara and Suzie... Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
family, friends and neighbors at an open house at Brower of Williamson N. Y.. and son... Mr. and Mrs. C. Edgar Weatbrook
of their of South Windsor Conn... Mr*. A. C. Class of Elgin III... Mr. and Mri.
AND MRS. WILLIAM H. POST (Islander Photo) their home Sunday afternoon in observance Robert Hoskln of Morgantown, Ind.. and daughter.
50th wedding anniversary. They were married in BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Harry Ertckaon of
Columbia Conn... Mr. and Mr*. Leroy Weber of West Palm Beach.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Ferguson of 8102 Racine, Ohio on Apr. 7, 1915. CHARL1N VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Richert of Crosse Polnte. Mich...
Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Spencer retired from the Ohio State Bureau of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McCurdy d Montreal.
and Mrs. Post were married in Kolberg, Liquor Control In 1959. They lived in Bradenton for and PLAYA family.ENCANTADA Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter of Elm Grove. WIs..

Germany, Apr. 1, 1915. They moved to this country three years before moving to the Island three years WEST WIND APARTMENTS:Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wall of Lansing Mich...
In 1923 and lived in Port Huron, Mich., until Mr. Post Mr. and Mrs. Armln Kussworrn of Wllmette. 111.
ago.Mr. CABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Wagner of Chicago... Mr.
retired from his employment at the Morton Salt Co. and Mrs. Spencer have six children, 23 grandchildren and Mr. Frank Caba of Lo. Angeles.

in 1958. They have spent many winters in Florida, and one great grandchild. TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Avon Park.,. Mr. and Mri.
James Doblenel of St. Petersburg... Mr. and Mra. Robert Athenson d
but since his retirement have lived here most of the
Indianapolis... Mr. and Mrs. Murray Vrech of Palmetto... Mr. and Mri.Garwln .
year. MRS. GLADYS WAITT of Holmes Beach has Griffith of Fort Dodge. Iowa... Mr.and Mra. Roy Plant of Quebec.

They have two daughters, Mrs. Ferguson,and Mrs. returned to her home after three weeks as a patientat LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wells of Lake..Worth...
Mrs. Sarah Rowe and Mra. C. Nezertck of Oceanside N. Y. Mr. and
William Hildebrand of Port Huron. A son, Herbert F. Manatee Memorial Hospital, Bradenton.LT. Mrs. C. O. Carlaon of Clayton: Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. M. Boyce of Richmond
Post, was lost in World War II. They have three AND MRS. ANTHONY NEWTON, and children Heights Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holtrop of Wyoming. Mich... Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. MacNeill of Summerstde Prince Edwardl.land... Mr..nd Mri.
grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Michael and Susan, arrived in New York recently E. Gomez of Tampa... Mr. and Mrs. Bill R. Smell of Indianapolis... Mr.
after a three year tour in Ethiopia, where both and Mrs. Leon Pulwers of Miami.. Mr. and Mr*. D. DlRalnoof Winter
Haven... Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. Baxter of Winter Haven... Mr. and Mrs.
MRS. CLAUDE KELLY of Margaretville, N. Y., a children were born. Lt. Newton is attending an Lynn H. Rlx. of Northlake 111... Mr. and Mr*. Harry Aylesworth of Jackson
former resident of Holmes Beach;has returned north Army school at Ft. Devens, Mass., while his wife Mich... Mr. and Mre. Joseph S. Hindi of Yarmouth. Me... Mr. and Mri.

after visiting for three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. and children are visiting his mother, Mrs. Harold Miss Rex Frederick Sue Handlin of of Athena Fort,Wayne Ga... Ind.MI...Ellen Miss Holly Ricci,Plnmey Miss Rosalie of MonroevUlt Hall and,

Arthur Ella, 2400 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach. Newton of Anna Maria. Ind... Mrs. L. R. Miller of Bartow... Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Thorp of Phil

MAJOR ADELINE PERRONE of Ft. Devens, Ayer, MR. AND MRS. RALPH KRETZER of 85th Street, adelphia.

Mass has been a guest for a few days at the homeof Holmes Beach, have had as recent house guests, '

Major Josephine A. LoCicero and Major Bertha Mrs. Kretzer's nephew, Rick Becker, a student at DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

B. Keith of 603 Ambassador Lane, Key Royale, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., and her mother, The FOR

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more about popl< A. M. Garden Club BOWLING LEAGUES -


Recently elected officers ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE J.Ssfford 403 487k
of the Anna Maria First place Island Marine Supply won
four point In Its Island Mixed League HIGH GAMES (MEN) LEACUE STANDINGS
Garden Club are: Mrs. match with Sand Bar Friday evening. P. Flanagan 213 Schuchard Plumbing 84
Jerome Vitt, president; High scores in the match were Frank R. Schuchard 206 Tropical Vista 82
Moc 183-J34. and Andy Rasmussen, A. Rasmussen 205 laland Marine Supply 77
Mrs. E. A. Haynes, first 205-554. B. Guild 203 VanOstenbrldge Builders 67
i- vice president; Mrs. Rene Other score were Webb's laland F. Davidson 199 Bay Area Insurance 63
Pharmacy 4, Bayou Marina O.(Frank B. Guild 194 Cray's Fconowaah 62
Redon, second vice president Davidson 199- 42; Glenn Safford. J. Anderson 193 Bayou Marina 62
; Mrs. G. Emmett 139-454) A. Rasmussen 191 Webb's Island Pharmacy 30.3
e Schuchard Plumbing Island Trader R. Ferguson 189 Island Bank 49
and
Smalley. secretary, O. (Ray Schuchard 206. Bob Guild R. Schuchard 187 Roaer Men's Club 43
Mrs. Frank Mokry, trea- 373. Leon Stafford 172-468). ISLANDER 43
Island Furniture Center 3. Dick HIGH SERIES (MEN) Pete Reynard's Restaurant 33.3
surer. Wagner Realty 1. (Roy Ferguson B. Guild S73. !
I Members of the executive 189.49Pea Hottman, 182-310K R.Schuchard 339 TOP TEN GAMES
board and chairmenof Anna Maria City Pier 2. B 4 K A. Rasmuasen 334 C.Dykttr 223
Hardware 2. (Wanda Miller, 186-313; F. Davidson 342 R. Phillips 223
the standing commit- Lloyd Hanson, 186, Dorothy Bower F.Moc 334 R.Schuchard 219
:: tees are: Mrs. Ronald 326)). J. Anderson 330 B.Guild 212
: '.' Conntck's TV 2. Linen Rental 2. P. Flanagan 320 A. Rasmussen 212
it" .- Archer, program; Mrs. (Jimmy Anderson 193-330; Pat R. Ferguson 496 F.Moc 209
Robert R. Moses, beautification ".nl..n, 213-320).. D. Connie 472 B.DeVane 207
L. Hanson 471 B.DeVane 203
; Mrs. Walter LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Arkrbauer 202
a
:; jfJ"t: Frink, corresponding Island Marine Supply 73.3 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE B. Adair 202
'1. Island Pharmacy 67 B ft K Hardware Dick Wagner Real. J.Harter 202
.t .i ...;i secretary; Mrs. George Anna Marla City Pier 64.3 Unen Rental Island Mar. Sup. .
Huth family reunion last Sunday at the home of Mr. Maywood, technical edi- Comtek's TV 60.3 Island Pharmacy Sand Bar TOP TEN SERIES
Dick Wagner Realty 38.3 Schuchard PI. Is. Furn. Center B.DeVane 364
and Mrs. John P. Huth of 58th Street, Holmes Beach. tor; Mrs. Harvey Meyer, Bayou Marina 37 Bayou Marina Connick' TV B. Adair 339
Seated are Dr. and Mrs Edgar W. Huth and their historian and publicity, Schuchard Plumbing 36.3 Island Trader An. Mar. City Pier R.Schuchard 337
Island Trader 34.3 I I N T.Edwards 336
and Mrs. Harriet Strobl
Gina and Anna Maria. Standing, leftto ,
granddaughters Sand BarIsland 33 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE C.Chapman 334
right, are Mr. and Mrs. John Huth and Mr. and membership and hospitality. Furniture 32.3 Schuchard Plumbing swept It.Island B.Guild 331
Mrs. will Linen Rental 49.3 Bowling League match with The R. Phillips 330
Henry Clay
Mrs. Daniel Huth. Mrs. John Huth is holding Brian B ft K Hardware 48 ISLANDER Monday evenlngtokeeplts F.Moc 348
Jeffrey, five-month old son of the Daniel Huths. Dr. serve as chairman for the first place in the league standing C.Dykstrs 338
Christmas tea. HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) High scores In the match were Ray B. Arkebauer 330
Huth celebrated their 35th wedding anniver- .
and Mrs. W.Miller 186 Schuchard. 219, Bob Adair 569. for
sary that day, and Brian Jeffrey was baptised at the D. Bower 183 the winners, and Pst Flanagan. 19aNEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
LITTLE LEAGUE P. Hottman 182 312. for the losers. Pet Reynard' Tropical Vials
Del Lutheran Church. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Gloria (Continued from Page 1) J. LoCicero 178 Oilier scores weret Tropical Vista ISLANDER Island PharmacyD.
Bower 177 t, Cray's Econowaah 0. (Bob Guild. Cray's Econowash Island Bank
DR. AND MRS. EDMUND M. DOWLINGof Agawam, the two leagues are: W. Miller 172 212. Tom Edward 536; Wally Grsy. Schuchard PI. Bay Area Ins.
James Borden, John Van- D. Bower 166 194.Jim Eddowe, 493). Island Mar. Sup. Bayou Marina
Mass., left for home recently after vacationing on the P. Hottman 163 Island Marine Supply 4. Pete Rey, VanOstenbrldge Poser Men' ClubD.
Os b rid
ten Hugh .
e, .
g
Island for several weeks. Davidson 163 nard's Restaurant 0. (Andy Rasmussen.
Holmes, Ray Bricker, P. Houmin 161 .212.Frank Moc,548;Earl Carter BOWLING BRIEFS
Chick 166-440). League President Chick Chapman
Chapman Harry
MR. AND MRS. J. H. KEMP are returning to Flint, HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) VanOstenbrldge Builder. 4, Webb' presented Roger Haynes a shoulder
Callahan Bob Guild Tom D. Bower 326 Island Pharmacy 0. (George Dykstra. patch and anlmcrlhedctgarettellghter -
Mich., for the summer. They will return to the Islandin Edwards George Wagner W. Miller 313 225.Chick Chapman, 'tl John Darter In recognition of Haynes'273 game I
the fall to occupy their new home on 55th Street. P.Hottman 310 202. Russ Kind 4IIKRoser of a couple of weeks ago--IOO points I
i Ernie Bradow Aaron J. LoClcero 462K. Men Club 4. Bay Area over his average. Another patch went
VanOstenbridge, the Rev. Ferguson 423 Insurance 0. (Bob DeVane. 207-564; to Earl: (Fats) Mowry for his recent
MR. AND MRS. R. H. MARACK of Elmhurst, Ill., D. Davidson tit Gene Moss, 200, Earl Drew SO,). irlpllcaiei 199-199-199..
and are of Mayor and Mrs. Harvey G. Gerald K. Lowe and Jerry R.Hsverko 414 Bayou Marina 3, Island Bank I.(Roy Witch this column for the latest I
son
guests Fcagles. D. Warser 403 Phillip. 223-330; Jim Ayers 190- facts about Island bowling feats.
Meyer of Bay View Drive, Anna Maria.


ERNIE'S Call 7782012Plumbing Our free pick-up and delivery service is a

DRIFTWOOD real boon to many of our customers these

CAMERA SHOP S.dM days--an hour or so saved, especially for
GALLERIES e
those of you preparing for the trip north,

Interesting, Unusual DEVELOPING. 24 HOURS Contractor means a little more time in the sun, or
gathering shells, or (UGIII) house cleaning.
dr Treasured Celt 4V Black ...* Wtilt .

CItATIONS 48 HRS.-Sleei.. i Mo.I.. 5306 Holmes Boulevard

MANOOAmCAIWKS ((1/ brought inky 1 ,.".) Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs Blue Wave Service StationFor

ft SCWFTUII YOUR KODAK DEALER

... r. sy .*..... a ... My yr Al 125 Irld,. Jfteet Service t' Gulf Drive
....... ..r ....... Is msUs*. BRADENTON BEACH

Cwfu .... &.44lft St. 771-1115 PLANT SALE Phone 778.1115 Bradenton Beach
/

RED IXORA 75
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Planning to build ? Large Bushy Plants SENIOR CITIZENSWe


See us for your blue printsCOKER PYRACANTHA Fire Thorn 75* will ISSUE YOU NO AN SURCHARGE AUTO POLICY TO AGE 75.

...
-A
C-- : MANY OTHERS Auto Owners approaching the Senior Citizen's Age

--DO NOT WOKRYI

HUE PRINTING at Half Price We will NOT CANCEL at Age 63 or 70 due to agel

2406 9th St. W. Bradenton, Florida PHELPS NURSERY Tilt lilfitJ liuriict Afiicy

Phone 746-5221 309 Pine Ave.. Anna Maria City '"'Ill.- Post Office Plaza Anna Maria

M. lr Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969

TRY DEEP SEA FISHING


Old AIOARD THE ADMIRALS Who WANTS


milwaukee TACKLE AVAILABLE- Another Tax ?


*- / LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
>< <
In Holmes Beach, home.owneu pay a hiddentax

tat 778-2726 of f> percent on power and light bills; one-
BREWED FOR THAT I and-a-half mllU for erosion prevention; afire

tax gas tax; sales tax, and other unseen
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE lfavtT7:00 .... froM CORTEZ Impositions.

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Taxes arc not the only c.Jncernofrhehumc-

owners. There are others! Controlled pro.
& Blalock Inc.
Wyraan-Green FUNERAL HOMES grcss through good zoning; traffic and other
law enforcement beautification or UN reverie

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE --elimination/ of ugliness; too many signs,

Established 1908 some In violation of ordinance; Utter;
selection and election of dedicated to

serve ALl. the people.
A Phone Gill Will Bring a Reprtttntatrvt


422 Twelfth Sf. ,..... 742-1411 24 HOUR Ambulance Service Join Your AssociationThere


RADEKTON T.kph.w.: 77I-22II ANNA MARIA ISLAND U no Initiation fee, but each member

742-1011 BRADENTON In earnestly urged to donatet or f 10 or \l

(or no money, but a supporting name If
circumstances dictate) for the first year's

expenses: letterhead., stamp mailing,

SAND BAR advertising, etc., and further contributions
will be requested as long as there Is any
Spring Ave-Anna Maria-On The Gulf money In the treasury and not until one year

MANATEE FEDERAL has elapsed Please make checks out to;
JOAN SMITH now playing "Home-owners Association," and mall to

l P. O. (SOl 17)4, Holmes Beach. Florida.
SAVINGSAND Friday S Saturday nights

8 Sunday afternoonsat .'

HOMEOWNERSAssociation

LOAN ASSOCIATION the

NEW PIANO BAR of Holmes Beach

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I, 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 8, 1965CHURCHES


J UNCLASSIFIED -J r

drew*: pvyment required

ST. BERNARD MISSION ,Iwsf1r00-SOS. .Irrntrw ,
(CATHOLIC)

R.". Frond F. Welsmlller NO TAXES utilities or Insurance .. -. .---
costs In this CB duplex, the tenant -
UASSl SUNDAY 8, 'i5 & 10130 pays them. 2 blocks to Holmes Beach
WEEKDAYSi 8 am shopping center 1 block to boat docks,
HOLY DAYSl 8 am & 6 pa 4 blocks to Gulf beaches.13x21 living
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- room opens thru triple glass doors AT2
WEDNESDAYSt7g0pm onto new 15.21 screened lanai.10x13 _
Harvey Memorial ChurchH.nD.no..Inotl.rtat workshop and storage 2 carports. = =
( ) Efficiency apartment pays the bills.
Well furnished J 15 J50. 778-1620.
Bredenton Beech STAMPS fc SUPPLIES; FOR COL-
R... A. W. Sinai LECTORS. Come In and let us fill
those empty spaces In your album.
THURSDAYS We carry s supply for every collector.
7100 Social Hour
pm You're welcome to come in&browse.
SUNDAYS
9ilS am Sunday School M. L. O'Connor Stamps & Supplies, ,
10130 am Worship Service. 2401JrJistLy-piad'nton'74 -2316'
, WEDNESDAYS WANTED TO RENTi 3-bedroom,
7iOO Choir Practice 2-bath furnished house on an annualor H ,, ,
pm seasonal basis.AdultsReferences.Tel. f-_--.., ; .. ,.. J
, Christie Science Service 778-2329._ r
A. M. CMMWNilty Hews. WANI1D; TO BUYS All ;:). UOini -
Cold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of
SUNDAYS
any Country, or old Medals, Tokens,
'tOO am Sunday Service
I etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar 240314th
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Stk W., Brad nton. Ph.7.7-2516.
R... L.. Rallill. Pester AL 12-BI\furnished Bayfront
Home at 893 North Shore Drive Anna
THURSDAY Maria. Call Marshall Coddard owner
9l30 am Lamplighter Class at Lakeland 2-3701',
I 7130 pm Sarah Parker Clrclo
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE;
FRIDAY MOWING EDGING ETC.
3100 Jr. GA
pm
KEN FELLOWS
SUNDAY Phone 778-2894 after 4 P. M.
SMS am Sunday School
lOiOO am Worship Service & 'ugh
Observance o! Lord's Supper YEARLY RENT J75: Per Montn
, 7 1 00 pm "The Promise of Unfurnished 2-Bedroom Apartment In
I Easter", an Easter Cantata Anna Maria. Call Owner at 778-1410.
I 8iOO pm Youth Fellowship TRADE Deluxe Mobile Home ilt HI-
MONDAY Par Estates for house of equal valueIn
7l30 pm Church Council Holmes Beach or Anna Maria.Live

TUESDAY 7iOO pm Church Choir for Olympia$13.67 Fields monthly.St.. Call Trl-Par or write Estates 1766 New home on Oak Avenue, (upper) Anna Maria, built Home at 414 Spring Avenue, Anna Maria, (upper

WEDNESDAYI Saragota, for Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett by the VanOsten- picture) which was purchased recently by Dr.
4100 pm Intermediate GA ALTERATIONS on 1m kinds otCJotn- Richard of
St. John
D. C. from Mr. and
7100 pm Prayer Meeting, RA, Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs. bridge Brothers of Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo) Washington ,
Sunbeams Frank Beard. Phone 778-1431. a Mrs. Mike Marenco of Anna Maria and Tampa. The
User M.....|.| ChurchN.nD.naatin.tl.wal FOR SALEi; 4-rm. Hume, *3.43U.; transaction was handled by Ralph Parrish Parrish
For Rent: 3-rm. Apt. Yearly rates. Home at 115-81st Street, (lower) Holmes Beaph,
( ) Near the beach.Phone 778-2407. which has been purchased by Miss Irene Dehner of Realty, Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Rev. Richer K. Wlf tins BELOW MARKET) Choice Canai- .
PesterTHUHSDAYl front lots on 83rd Street--$4,000. Fort Thomas, Ky., from Mrs. Helen Hansen. The
77th Street $4,000. 72nd Street transaction was negotiated by Fran Maxon of the New home on North Shore Drive, Anna Maria,

10100 am Guild Executive Board $4,000. 39th Street. 4000.Also Ideal office of Gertrude Blassingame Realtor of Anna (lower) built by Robert Whitehead of Holmes Beach
Motel Site, Approximately 105 x 230 ,
/ 4iOO 3100 pm pm Cantus Roser Choristers Choir feet, half block toculf.Price$16,300. Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) for Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O. Weber of Wllliamsburg,
I 7iOO pm Lenten Service Want $10,000 offer. JOHN B. Ind., under the supervision of Jack: Marshall, Realtor,
7i30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal PRQTHERO Registered Real Estate jf Anna Maria. ISLANDER
FRIDAYS Broker, 116-81st St., Holmes Beach,, ( PHOTO)
4130 pm Membership Preparatory or call 778-2334.
Class FOR RENTjAlr-ConUlllonedZ-Bed-; Bella Bu DRY
SUNDAYS room 2-Bath Apt. Close to Beach and e
9iOO am Worship Service Bay. Well furnished. Yearly rental > CLEANERS
10 tOO am Sunday School about May 1. Phone 778-2128.
UllS am Worship Service FOR SALE. 2 Apts. ground flout fiC
3iOO pm Sr. Youth Picnic Each 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Living Phone 778-1944
MONDAY Room Dinette, Kitchen. Florida
10100 H. Meade am Miriam Group Mrs. Room. Beautiful lawn and shrubbery.One 5340 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach

7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Block to Beach or Bay. Boat (Opposite the Shopping Center)
TUESDAY Privileges on Canal. No Closing Cost.
ItOO pm Guild Lunch.on Owner will handle mortgage.778-2128
7130 pm ".n'. Club FOR SALEi 100 x 143' Lot in City of
WEDNESDAY Anna Marl Also 79x1 60 Canal Lot
10 am-2 pm Missions Workshop wI Seawall. Owner going North In C..pI.t. H.., ."'.Ir & Yiri Sink.C.st. .
7130 Board of Education three weeks. Make offer. Term.
Church of Th. Annunciation Consider trade toward small home In .. Dr.,.. Midi Ti OrJir
West Brsdenton. C. Helmerdinger a
(Episcopal)
1904-20th AYe West, Brsdenton.
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector Come In & Sec Us About Our
a
THURSDAY 9iOO am Holy Eucharist y Reasonable Summer MaintenanceFish

PALM SUNDAYS Reasoner & Anson
8iOO am Holy Eucharist, Palm

10130 Cresses am BUssina.to b. distributed& Distribution Taxidermy-Mike Heiser 7467402dry's

ol Palms Procession, Sung
Eucharist( & Sermon Some of the 62 youngsters who registered at the Island

MONDAY'lOO em Holy Eucharist Telephone after Youth Center Saturday afternoon to take part in this Siilaid Girdti Center
5
744-0651 746-9110
TUESDAYS or season's Little League activities. A total of five

WEDNESDAYI'lOO am Holy Eucharist HLX1EGRANDE HOTEL BLDG. teams will be organized. (ISLANDER PHOTO) 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

9tOO am Holy Eucharist

MAUNDY 7130 pm Solemn THURSDAY Eucharist, WATER SOFTENERS & FILTERS
Procession to Altar ol Repose,
Stripping & Washing of the Altar ELGIN Phone

Gloria Del Lutheran Church Guaranteed Fully ROY M. PHILLIPS 744.5142

Rev. Letter M. Utt Pastor MIRROR MIRROR -


SUNDAYl lOiJO 111} am am Sunday Worship School Service/ ( ON THE WALL WHO AS


Iti30 L.t am Choir Islene Rehearsal Ca..,.llIS ( THE FRESHEST MILK Come see. Come louch. Compare Frigidaire!

SUNDAYSDaaiw.H..al' OF THEM ALL ?
am Sunday School
'I30 am Adult Bible Class Thriftiest FROST-PROOF
1 1 lOO am Worship Service

)J Frigidaire Refrigerator !

106.Ib sue mo lone top

t I Iree/er1

100% Frost Proof'' No (frost, no

defrosting ever'
t' i
Full width fruit and vegetable

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Order Your R shelf storage door1XI.DKNKO


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3 C0ers ., ..... ANNIVKHSAmFRIGIOA.RE : '

THE ISLANDER


r6nsccie Because rriaidire refrigerators
are
quality bUIII-'nd everybody knows t-
I Bill Stewart for even the used ones sell faster thIn
other m "es! Tht's _
hy 'II
OWNERS! bl t' .in 'Iownce.' g re u
th 'S
: -.hy .t will pay you to trade right now!
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3304 STUDIOS.W Avenue Wt Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Salts Service Deafer

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Tol. 7U-2U9 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267I



April 8. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7


ISLAND REAL ESTATE


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CORNER LOT REDUCED FOR SALEResidential

FOR QUICK SALE Lot 180 x 141

96 x 95 x 90t 4 ONE BLOCK FROM BEACH

Corner of Marina & 82nd UNITED ABSTRACT Are You Looking? S 2,500 Terms

Telephone 7781614HOME AND TITLE SEE Gertrude BlissiifiMt
INSURANCECOMPANY George Wagner

Sct 1197 REALTY .1''If" ">**" 1.lllore-,,'

r.otKt Yow, Fran Maxon, AssociateINA
& INCOMELocated ., I Island I Shopping C enter
'it.,. 2..stwe.t SUILDING PHONE 778-1.Ml/
PHONE 7782444Or ..
I\1!\I1L4'r ANNA MARIA FLORIDA IP
near the Beach in Holmes Beach. S2a. 12th Si Writ WRITE BOX 1012
Open fireplace in large living room.Two nice IIADINTON. FLA ANNA MARIA
porches. Air conditioning, garage, laundry. c...C.WAUn.gae.,Rag., Bt k.f
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot, with over PA'..1 74)-4S4I Pib,A..d. LARGE FAMILY OR INCOMEFACING
$2,000 gross rent, which pays all expensesand
more. Total price of property, $26,500.
DIRECTLY ON THE GULF IN ANNA
JOHN B. PROTHERO See This Bargain MARIA. Lovely private home, fully furnishedand
REGISTERED D REAL ESTATE iROKER-ULES&RENTALS 406-76th Street: A rare purchase L Y equipped. Two DR,2-1/2 Baths,2 Florida
Rooms.Large Living Room:Pleasant Kitchen;
$1,000 down, and owner will the
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach carry
Many large closets, including several walk-
mortgage. Has own boat dock In nearby
ins. Gulf view from every room.Central heat;
canal FULL PRICE ONLY$10,500. We will
cooperate gladly with other brokers. 2-Car Garage; 3-Room Housekeeping guest
apartment(w/ private entrance) over garage.

Model PARRISH REALTY $37,500M.har

RALTH M. PAUISH. M.,. PIGGY -HASUI" MOOSE AMMMMtat

Apartment Office ...... AmM M.ri. ......, 771-1902 f.al Esta..

OptH RUTH MANAI 110 MAHAI
......... ltd. I..... Irtitrs
Daily To Settle Estate 7702 Ctlf *("., N. *.. luck 77MI5I

LET US HELP YOU 2 Bedroom CB Home

PLAN YOURS Fully Furnished
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sismKiis; Close to Gulf & ShoppingFOR


JACK HOLMES, Realtor A QUICK SALE

i"j -.k PHONE 77I-U4I 4101 MARINA DRIVE $6490 2 .

[HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA un

JACK MARSHALL Realtor Jkf ;:. "-- I
t. .
f NEW HOME $10,900

M & M Building 778-2814 Anna Maria I -__


5400 Gulf DriveGULF
WHY RENT MOVE INI!

$3,284 Down Including FRONT ApartmentsOn

Closing Costs Anna Maria IslandFor

$78.82 Per Month
The Discriminating: Purchasers

..... Who Arc For
,. Looking Enjoyable Living
... And Freedom From Care .
;;;c:: :... "
OPEN FOR INSPECTION
INVESTIGATEThe
211-64th St. Holmes Beach
Many Advantage To Be FoundAt
See Your Broker
or Call Owner 778.1253 i This Most Desirable Gulf Front
Location Within Walking DistanceOf

Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .
Lookii| For
$14,900 Cash Price

A REAL NICE HOME ? New Home By Wm. B. Lee Co. Sales R.pr.i.ntotiv s Are
1 1ft Blocks To Beach
Drive by 209 Periwinkle Plaza Anna Marla. Available Daily At The Apartments
Central Heat
This home hat two large bedroom; tiled
Air Conditioning They Will Bt Glad To Explain To YouTh
bath; wall-to-wall carpeting; electric kitchen
2 Bed, 2 Both, Garage Several favorable Purchase Plans
with dining area; Florida Room; enclosed I Tile Roof
FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONWRITE
garage. Lot 85x125. Price $16,500 partly Open Daily At 304.66th Street

furnished. Good financing. Other Information At Model l OR PHONE

For Appoiitneit Hom.s On KEY ROYALE \l\mm mmP.


CONTACT PO RTIOn

DICK WAGNER, Realty P. O. BOX 1152

Phone 778.2663 HOLMES BEACH FLORIDAthursday
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REGISTERED BROKER
2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach



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II ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I
f

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
UMl 1J J. & u
Phone 778-1771 DoytIflMMUJ r
HOLMES BEACH
778-1440 Nights Animals
011.
HOLMES '-
;I BEACH ;vuel1U ir e for.Everyone It ......
AAA Service Full Time Mechanic '
And Remember f
I .
NEW and USED CARS 1/ //1 \ 't'
\ 'do lltwe gift'and mail wrap
1 1 : I \! Ev FREE
SUrfey W Mm .".....
Give Yourself The BEST

OWN A

NOISELESS in the Cool

1965 AIR J



.PHILCO CONDITIONER Many New I; Lamps 1/4th Just a Shift S !* x%

We can COOL of New
from the smallest room Telephone Every Day!
to the largest store t VIC u'ete Me t


5000 Bill's from to 27,200 BTU's Take home a gift! '

AS LOW AS $138.88 Stripes I
PHILCO I Exclusive 5 year Warrantyon A souvenir? Or Checks )
the Complete Air Conditioner We Have Shells /
20 12/2 to 24%
ISLAND TV 778-1703 ... (

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 1 d $$6' 98(
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OQQ ", .
PITTSBURGHSALE ,SI ? G L".
S. .
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I SAVE OVER 20% ''.. '\" .J
.. .. HOT "r1JItM Phone
M Uraul tur f a Suff' te4 IUU11 PriM
BUNSWEDNESDAY noon&a:. .. .... 778.1161
'''64'11'' 'rwan t We "
HOUSE PAINT &

Contains specially treated Oil MILK DAILY
Every Day During
BEVERAGES-Etc.
to help prevent cracking -

and peelingC98 : ISLAND PHONE DANDY

ONLY per gallon 7A.M.-11P.M.
Oil Base Only o
White & ready-mixed body colon ..2&wS ( 4cc.i4 Y .DAY
Maestro & trim colors extra OUR STAffs .
CENTER 771-2101
May Hauwittoln R mary H rt rDavid
Helves Beach Series Inc. VALIUHS WELCOME Chick! Marga

778-1131 SERVICE Tel. 778.1472
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach BABY FURNITURE
Linens, Blankets, Pillows,
Hospital Beds
MANATEE COUNTY Drive, Holmes Beach

WATER COMPANY, INC.Telephone. Motor 778-2023 .WE. IRING.

i The Of House ; SPECIALS i
We have always offered "the OLD
agency and this is why we secured CourtesyIEACH ; THOMPSON
Motor Club Dealership and
: $3.68 Fifth
with the Nationwide Motorist
is a national organization and is i LIQUOR 3 for $10.00BONDED
"safety and service"for America's !
;
771-2022 ; STORE STOCK
Protects Yoi J ; 3 for $11.65CANNED
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Anywhere 0 II ; COCKTAILS
It ''rtli
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--..;;;;:: ..:: ."; &ay {yea i Let Us Fill :Sc4rI.- (
ALL : Many
:
;
Your Party : Varieties
778-1697 i: Needs9AM.8PM : Of
Business Office : : ChampagneWE
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida closed Saturday at COVER THE ENTIRE ISLAND