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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 15, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (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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Where Life Is Peaceful. Fishing



701 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1965 TEN CENTSB.


B. Council Opens New Shopping Center Approved

Police Car Bids I

Bids for a new policecar By Holmes leach Aldermen

in Bradenton Beach Plans for a new shopping corporated into the new
were opened Thursday center on Gulf Drive were shopping center.Preliminary .
evening over the objectionof tentatively approved last plans for
Mayor Henry Meunier. t week by the Holmes Beach the building call for no
Meunier objected Board of Aldermen.A Interior
: .. partitions. The
t .
he said the ':
: building permit was partitions will be added
were not decided : ) authorized to Louis J. when the building is leased
regular meeting of ; ] 1'(, Barolo, Bradenton Beach for stores. Parking area
city council. t. contractor, for a 60 by for approximately 7Scars
Vice Mayor Robert ... 140 foot building to cost is planned.
said he had obtained approximately $100,000, City Engineer Ed Ha-
specifications from and which will be located verkos said the plans
office of Sheriff south of Gulf Drive and
were good, that the
Gross. Kraft then 0 opposite the present Board of Health had
ed a motion, shopping center. approved the sewage system -
carried, that Owners of the center for the center.
ratify the will be Andrew Sellas and Alderman Merrill M.
Assured by Peter Stellas of Chicagoand Tritt said that In orderto
Attorney Walter R. 72nd Street Holmes expedite the movementof
that the procedure Beach, owners of the S.S. traffic around the
in order, Meunier White Sands Motel.
They proposed new center,
drew his objection also have purchased from negotiations were under-
opening the bids. Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Riles, way to extend Holmes
Bids from Bill the building which houses Boulevard from 53rd
Ford, Cox Chevrolet the Betty Brite Cleaners. Street (Gulf Drive) to
Morris Cox That building will be in- 52nd Street.
were opened, and a

chase awarded contract at a will Players Elect Now Officers 'I

meeting of the ,
to be held at the Mrs. Wallace I. Grayof 2402. Price per person,
office at 8 Key Royalc was elected including tax and tip, Is I
Apr. 15.William. p.m. president of the Island 275. All members,
Players at the annual friends, workers and supporters f
J. Ray, a
denton meeting Monday evening. arc Invited.
attorney
Other officers elected
senting Mr. and were Ralph G. Wills, first Island Garden
H. Shilling, asked
council for a ----- ------ ------ -- vice president;Mrs. I 11.11. Club Meets Friday
Griswold second vice
,
.. deed a small to piece the Shillings of Sac Senvtct president; Edgar II. Bau- "!)ring your lawn and .,
adjoining Shilling's man, recording secretary gardening problems to the
dock. Talley said that annual Easter Sunrise Service will be held ; Mr. Bruce Ralston, meeting of the Island Gar
asmuch as the city this year at the Manatee County Beach, corresponding secretary, den Club Friday evening,"
no interest in the begin at 6 a.m. Dr. Ralph Lord will give and Frank Schroeder, advises Emmett Smalloy,
In question, there of the morning. Dr. Lord, United treasurer. All new club president. The April
reason not to grant Church minister, is a former presi- officers will be Installedat meeting of the club will
request. The matter of the World Presbyterian Alliance, and has the Players' annual be held at the cafeteria
be decided at this an active participant in all four Assemblies banquet. of the Island School, Friday -
special meeting. World Council of Churches. He retired New directors elected t I Apr. 16.
Former as president of a Presbyterian college. for threce years were:::; A covered dish dinner
Willis Greene 3)S music, to be under the direction of Joe Mrs. G. A. Marshall,, at6:30pm.wlllbefollowed -
that the installation will include a brass quartet. Jamesor by, A. I.., by an audience
29 new concrete Genung and N1rn. George participation programs
the city fishing pier special Easter Sunrise Service, which Tann. John Osborne wa [ .planned to give definite
been completed. I lie with the ministers of the Island in elected for one year., answerHwthemanyprohlemH -
ed that some new has now been expanded to include the Frank Brechlln, the retiring confronting Island
,
on the pier was County Ministerial Association. Thus president, will he residents In the planting,
Greene supervised In the service will Include both director ex officio for a growing and care of trees,
project for the city. and non-Island ministers. year. shrubs, flowering plants
Cost of the piling have been made for ample parking Other board memberswho and lawn*.
$2,599, and council who wish to remain In their cars during have two years to According to Smallcy.
cided on some A professional sound system will serve are Mrs. Margaret there arc very few residents .
work at the pier, at adequate amplification of the entire service. I Donaldson, H. K. Ed. who a ren t confronted -
estimated cost of $ who desire to leave their cam and Hit dowes, S. N. RoHedale, by some gardening or
$700.A to the platform arc encouraged to take M rH. G. (K. Smallcy and lawn problem he hJ n'i
contract was chairs with them. Assistance of the Mrs. K. W. Stenst been able to lick, "but
to Lee Tharpe for County Sheriff' office has been secured "hone who have another longtime Island residents
Ing a seawall at 20th direction of traffic and parking. Members year to nerve are Wyatt do have the answer to
North. Tharpe, the Boy Scout Troops will assist with the DlaHHlngamc. II. H. Cox most of these problem
bidder, submitted a Mrs. G. Ingerttoll, Mm.R. and will bo happy to pass
of $297 for the work. general public Is Invited to this Interdenom I). Morgan and Mrs. along their methods and
mayor will supervise community service to greet the Easter I'. II. Schroeder. technique"
project. with praise and song. The annual banquet will He ha* suggested that
Roy Brumticld be held at the flradrnton those planning to attend,
awarded a contract Country Chub! at 7JOp.m", write down their problem
remodeling a room at Thursday, Apr. 22. Reservation and questions In advance.
city office for a mum be made ""[his Is the type of workshop -
$242.10. He was by Saturday, Apr. 17, by meeting 80 many tit j
second lowest of calling Mn. L.R. Arnold, our members have ug- I
bidders. 778-2767 Mrs. Margaret grated, and we feel It will J
Council will seek r f ()onolldaun, 778-1177, or be very rewarding."
IficatlonM on a Mm. Bruce Ralston, 778- Everyone may attend.

garbage pickup truck,
later will seek bids
the truck. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Council will Investi ..... I.''''.''
the cost and T..p.T..p..N. .
...
for air conditioning "'
city office. | mm H_' 4... Hlgk

Council approved Apr. 6- -72 80 76 83 74 None
payment, bills Apr. 7--72 81 77 84 75 None
$2429.19, and voted Apr. 873j2/ 74 83 77 None
contribute $50 Apr. 974j2/ 75 84 78 None
Islandwlde fireworks now being erected on Marina Drive, Holmes ,. Apr. 10-72 81 75 83 76 None
play on the Fourth for a grocery store, Jackson Minit Market. Apr 1I--73 l 82 76 84 78 None
July. third new grocery tore to be built in the Apr. 12--74 81 75 83 78 None
(Continued on Page past two months. ISLANDER PHOTO



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 15, 1965 \



. Sense And. .
THE EDITOR IfTltiB

A giant step toward the formation of the Key take his passengers to the hospital.The -

Royale Golf and Country Club was taken during the trip was finished without event, and Mrs.
week as notice was received from Secretary of State Banyas' third son was born at 3:17 p.m. Dear Editor:
Tom Adams advising that the charter of the Key Chief Lindsay says he has driven the cruiser I have never expressed a personal opinion about
Royale Club, Inc. had been approved. about 25,000 miles without a flat tire, "but had to flying a plane, for I have never been a pilot. (I have
Incorporators of the club, and temporary officersare have one on that particular trip." never been a hen and laid an egg, but I can tell with
Howard S. Adams, president: Arthur Reppen- one sniff if an opened egg is bad.)
hagen and Peder Mickelsen, vice presidents, and Holmes Beach Alderman Jack Moorman last week When I know little or nothing of a subject, I go to
William B. Lee, secretary- treasurer. suggested a zoning moratorium until an overall planof experts for information and advice. The latest com-
Actual construction on the 29-acre site at the north future development was made or secured. Although ment on the inspired (?) "groundswell" against a
end of Key Royale will start soon, according to the the idea is a good one, it is not entirely store outside the airstrip and NOT directly under the
club's officers, with completion in about 18 months. original. glide or takeoff patterns comes from A. G. Wimpy.Mr. .
Almost exactly ten years ago, George F. Emery, Wimpy's hangar, the only one, is across
Two or three months ago, Webb's Island Pharmacy expert planning and zoning consultant of Fort Lauder- Flotilla Drive from the airstrip. He was the first
participated in a nationwide sales promotion effort dale, was hired to do the same job. That he was pilot to use the airstrip. Here is what he said withina
called the "LARGE ECONOMY SIZE PROMOTION an "expert" there can be no doubt, inasmuch as he week:
Consumer Sweepstakes." The general idea, of was paid $400 by the then Town of Holmes Beach. "I fly a Bonanza! It is larger than most of the
course, was to sell more merchandise, but particu- Being more than 50 miles from home qualified him planes utilizing the airstrip. When I bought the
larly to sell the "large economy sizes" of a as an expert.Emery plane, there came with it the guarantee that with
number of nationally advertised products. Justa s report showed that there was already too no wind, I could be airborne and 50 feet high
few days ago, proprietor J. D. Webb was notified much area on the Island zoned commercial, a totalat within 800 feet. (The airstrip is 2,000 feet long.)
that two of his customers were among the 833 that time of 51.1 acres. He said that when the "The new store is no hazard. It stays where it is.
prize winners. They were Mrs. Leon Staffordof Island was fully developed, a total of only 23 acresof We can take care of that. The real dangers are the
Guava Street, Holmes Beach, and Kitty (Mrs. commercially zoned land would be neededwithan cars and trucks that appear suddenly from the
Marty) Snead, for many years a popular memberof Island population of 25,580 persons. His estimatewas east along 56th Street when we only have fractional
the staff at Pete Reynard's Holmes Beach Yacht : Anna Maria City, 4,870; Holmes Beach, 16,930, parts of a second to avoid them." (Not exactly
Club. Each of the two was the winner of a Whitely and Bradenton Beach, 3,780. verbatim, but essentially true.)
Isometric Exerciser Kit. Somehow or other, if there were any weaknessesin When Giles and Holmes originally gave the land for
the Emery report,one was in the author's failureto the airstrip, they hoped it would sell lots and homes
One of the more hilarious newspaper stories of take into account the necessity of parking areas for them. It did! Five in all! Three owners have gone.
recent weeks was Monday's account of a nudist near the stores and other business establishments.He Mr. Wimpy would like to sell his remarkable home,
wedding which took place / must have pictured each of those 25,580 Island a combination of house,hangar,garage and boat dock,
Sunday afternoon at the residents riding to the stores on a pogo stick. and live in Georgia, where his children are being
Florida Naturist Park ?p.iQ 0 G SuttS During the ten years, report or no, many additional educated.I .
near New Port Richey. areas have been rezoned commercial, some In eachof did not want the store where it is. I said so time
The bride wore a short BAIN ED 0 the three cities. and time again. But I believe in government by law
white veil and a fixed pLL OR 1N and the law was fully on the side of those who
smile, and carried a bou- R bought the lot and built the store.No man, alderman,
quet, and the groom worea NJj11 mayor, county commissioner State governornoteven
'
white carnation (in an 1' !CATS 0 D the President of the United States is superiorto
armband) and glasses. the prevailing law.
At the right is a list of At COT' .
:1 That I could
J was why not vote to deny the permit.
taboos for bathers, on a \
Harry Varley
sign near the beach of the /l
'
naturist park. (No, we did (
not cover the wedding--our society editor never toldus ) ,. "!-
our ,
about it until it was all overt) ""-I .. \ '-..........- -
war OUT I --I {
,
'
I
Bradenton Beach Police Chief "Jimbo" ''' _. \. J .\
Lindsay --...:.. 3':' ==:?-
underwent a harrowing experience Tuesday after- - ---. ..I b.writ .
noon, but managed a good recovery. l
Soon after noon Lindsay received a call from a

neighbor, Mrs. Mike Banyas, who told him she _
thought she was about to give birth to an expected Youth Center Directors'
baby. Meeting
Total Rescovrces Now Exceeds5,000,000OO
r. Lindsay picked up Mrs. Banyas and another neigh- Following is a reportof readied for use. Bonner
bor, Mrs. C. M. Carpenter, in the police cruiser, Tuesday evening's will need volunteer helpin
and headed for Manatee Memorial Hospital "with meeting of the board of the operating of sailing
all possible speed." directors of the Island classes; skill in sailing

Things were going along fine, Lindsay reported, Youth Center. and ability to swim are
until the car had a flat tire near the corner of Island Youth Center will the only requirements.
Manatee Avenue and Ninth Street West. lie radioedthe sponsor the candidacy of Bonner may be contactedby
office of Sheriff Ken Gross for another car to Christine Torgeson of phone at 778-3122. (Attained April 8, 1965))
Anna Maria In the Miss Little League Baseball
Manatee County Pageant. Chairman,James Borden,
Christine is also the announced that another
What A Wonderful
reigning De Soto Prin- week of practice is needed
cess. before the first night
Present at the meetingwas game. Date of the first

Mrs. Robert C. Ross. game will be announcednext ANNIVERSARY GIFTJ I]
Mr. and Mrs. Ross will week. 4th
begin their duties as directors Softball interest Is '
Established
of the Youth growing. Volunteers are ( April 25, 1961)) .

Center and Teen Club on needed in order to form
May 1. They have been teams for the older boys. 1
residents of Bradenton Contact Mrs. Frank Dobbeat I The Directors, Officers & \
Beach for the last two 778-2852 or James

years. Borden at 778-2574 after Employees Thank Each &
c r... v # Employed Miss Nancy 5:30 p.m.
Carson, teacher at Walker Teen Club treasurer and
Junior High School to secretary Daphne De- EveryOne of You Who

give tennis Instruction in Vane, was Introduced and
the month of May at the reported a balance of have made this possible.If .
Center's tennis courts. $65.23 in the Teen Club
Island girls, Grades 7 treasury. f
through 12, may registerat
the Youth Center at LEGAL NOTICE we are not serving you J Jin
the Friday night danceon
Apr. 16, or on Saturday NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING Come j
some manner -
The AnnA Marta
City Zoning AdjuMm -
yr, Apr. 2-1, during the hoursof .nt Board will hold*Public Hearing
10 a.m. to 12 noon. .I tile Ann Marta Community HOUM
Instruction will be on Saturday. Apr. 17, 1963. .I 9 AJ4. in and let's get acquainted.
given
for ttw purpac uf conaktertnf eMreq. .
each Saturday In May from ...., uf John Van OerenbrWce for i
varlancta to UM Nt bAck rtfuUttant
9 a.m. to 1
p.m. on Lot 6J (Cor. Willow AT*. and Gulf
Pram Fleet chairman, Drl.,.), Blmlnl Bay E utt. SuMtllon. -
.
.. Arthur Bonner of Holmes
Beach, announced that ARM Ted Trlpv.Marta Chairman City l I THE BANLEw.Mis
\.o! ncAdJ..t.
{.... ,. ." nine prams have been ....,. Board

..... ., -
::'-. ....::..:., The Islander

What paper is complete at this time of year without An Independent Weekly published .d April 25. 1H1

at least one picture of a large catch of fish? Bruce every Thursday by TilE ISLANDER ..c1IIIJI1b.
AN INDEPENDENT BANKING' INSTITUTIONOn
Corbett is shown above at the Anna Maria City PUBLISHING COMPANY, 31-I Pine 11iJI
Pier with 21-pound snook he landed from the pier Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida .
Wednesday morning. Fish measured 35 Inches in EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL? ": Anna Maria Island

length, and had a girth of 21 Inches. Corbett, a ADVERTISING MANAGER: wt
USN petty officer third class, is spending a 20-day MARGE KIMBALL Cot.h HOLMES lEACH, FLORIDA
leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna ;ff.
Corbett of Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. He is Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021

stationed aboard the communications ship, USS
ANNAPOLIS, which Is due to leave for Viet Nam Entered as Second Class matter Mcmtor: ,..,., D.p.sie I..a c:.,.......
soon. (ISLANDER PHOTO) under the Act of March 3, 1879



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_____, _April n_ IS, 1965 THE ISLANDER Pane 3

o 4ttu4'&te6 Island Little League C Of C MeetingIsland

Little League The regular monthly r
MRS. LILLIE B. CAMERON, 73, of 2313 Avenue B, games will be played at meeting of the Island Division tr. i a
Bradenton Beach, died at a local hospital,Thursday, the Island Youth Centeron of the Manatee M I
Apr. 8. Born in Polk County, she moved to the Magnolia Avenue as County Chamber of Com-
Island from St. Petersburg three.years ago. She the
per following sched- merce, scheduled for
was a member of the Baptist Church. ule: 7 p.m., Thursday, Thursday, Apr. 15, has
Survivors are her husband Benjamin F. Cameron, 15
Apr. (practice game) been postponed until
Bradenton Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Fred E.(Bobbie) Mets vs. Reds; 7 p.m., Thursday evening, Apr.
DeCatur of Bradenton Beach; two sons, William Friday, Apr. 16 (prac- 22. The meeting will be
McClelland of Miami,and Lee McClelland of Roanoke, tice
Reds
game) vs. Red held at the Island School
Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Lora Landers of Frostproof, Sox. cafeteria at 8 o'clock,
and Mrs. Ollie Barber of Grant; nine grandchildren;
League play will begin and President Bill Genung
five great grandchildren, and two great great grand- Tuesday, Apr. 20, with urges all members to
children.
the Mets vs. Red Sox attend.
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
7
at p.m., Tuesday, Apr.
Chapel Monday morning, with the Rev. Lee Ratliff, 20; Red Sox vs. Reds, Holy Name SocietyThe
pastor of the Island Baptist Church, officiating. .
Thursday, Apr. Holy Name Societyof
Interment in Glen 22p.m.
Abbey Cemetery, Winter Haven. St. Bernard Catholic L
/ / / 22.Pee Wee League prac- Church held an electionof Lovely display of amaryllis at the home of Mr. and
MRS. NAOMI M. MARTIN 70, of Norfolk, Conn., tice games will be playedat officers at Sunday's Mrs. Lyman S. Putnam of 85th St. (Islander Photo)
died Wednesday, Apr. 6, at 104 -6th Street South, 6:30p.m., Wednesdays, communion breakfast at
Bradenton Beach, where she was visiting for the and at 4 the Annie
I p.m., Saturdays. Silver Commu- Bradenton Beach Council. .
winter.
Batting tees will be used nity Hall.
She was a member of the First Methodist Church, until players have learnedthe Officers elected were: (Continued from Page 1) sured the committee it
and of Magnolia Chapter, O. E. S., both of Winsted fundamentals of the Nicholas J. Steinback, A letter asking for a would then proceed with
Conn. game. Regular pitching president; George contribution of $1,000 to erection of a seawall along
Survivors are her husband, James H. Martin Sr. will be used at a later DeLangis, vice president; the Island Youth Centerwas the Gulf south of Bridge
of Norfolk; a son, James H. Martin Jr. of Norfolk,
date.
William Murray, secre- read. After some dis- Street in conjunction with
and three sisters, Mrs. Lelia Fanning of Windsor, tary and treasurer; Fred cussion, it was decidedthe the State Road Depart-
Conn., Mrs. Florine Heady of Northampton, Mass., High TwelveThe Welsmlller, marshal,and city would limit its ment.
and Mrs. Ethel Hyde of Philadelphia. Island High Twelve Peter Rittinger and Ralph annual contribution to Rose also said the county
Services and interment were to take place at Club will meet at noon, Wills, directors. $400, in accord with its commission is "contemplating" -
Winsted, Conn.GriffithCline. Thursday, Apr. 15, at the Breakfast was servedby budget for the year. building of three
Island Chapel was in charge of Gulf Terrace Restaurant, members of the St. Two bids for removalof permeable groins in the
local arrangements. with the speaker to be Bernard Guild. stumps were rejected same area. lie stressed, t
/ / / A. H. Robson of Anna All visitors to the area because it was felt both however, that nothing def
WILLIAM A. ROTHBERG, 71, of 301-7th Street Maria. Robson, an archi- who are members of the were too high. One bidder inite has been settled
West, Bradenton, died at a local hospital, Sunday, tect and designer, is a Society are invited to attend previously had given the about the groins. t
Apr. 11. Born in Minneapolis, he moved to the long time resident of the the meetings. city a price of $7 each, Rose said that Commis-
Island 17 years ago, and until three months ago, Island, and will speak on but entered a price of sioner Nate Taylor
lived at 107- 5th Street South, Bradenton Beach. "Anna Maria Island His Reasoner & Anson $20 each. (District 3)) had asked that
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ruth C. Rothberg, tory." Richard Rose,chairmanof the city pass a resolutionto
and two brothers, Sam Rothenberg and Charles At the meeting the a special committee remove the sand dunes
Rothenberg, both of Minneapolis. following week, on Apr. Telephone on erosion, asked all adjacent to the pavilion I
Services and interment were to be In Minneapolis. 22, the speaker will be citizens to write SenatorEd at the south end beach. j
Griffith-Cline Funeral Home was in charge of local Mike Klemmer, former I 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5HIXIEGRANDE Price and Representative Taylor's reason, accord- \
arrangements. County Commissioner. HOTEL BLDG. Wilbur Boyd, urging ing to Rose, was that he
them to expedite passageof (Taylor) did not like the
1f4, a special act to abolishthe dunes, and wanted some
DRIFTWOOD 1 Island Erosion Pre- reasonable excuse for removing -
.. vention (District. Powersof them. Council
GALLERIES
the district would then passed a resolution askingto f
Interfiling, Unusual pass to the county com- have the dune
r mission, which has as- removed.
ft Treasured 4

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Page 4 ISLANDER Thursday, April 15, 1965 1


.. din- About People... Guests at the Motels I II I

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mr*. C.J.Meehan of Tampa..Mr.
PAUL C. CAMPBELL of Danielsville, Ga., and son and Mr.. Lewis J. VanKulken of Laming. Mich., and children...Mr. and
3l Mra. George Kuker of Grand Rapid, Mlch...Mrs. John Vlllalva of Port
Kenneth, were recent guests of Mr. Campbell'sfather y* Washington L. I.. N. Y., and daughter...Mr.and Mr*. T. W. Wentworth of
A. C. Campbell of Bay Boulevard, Anna + t Nashua N. H..Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Woolf of Plttstown N.J..Mr. and
Mr Thomas of N. J...Mr. and .
W. Sweeney Maplewood Mr James
Maria. While here, they enjoyed a deep sea fishing Maiterion of Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. D. Chattam of Atlanta.
trip on the ADMIRAL, and Kenneth caught a 25-lb. HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. W.R.Power of Zaneivllle. Ohio...Mr.
and Mr*. John Cory of Wampum Pa..,Mr. and Mr*. James S. Watson of
grouper, the third largest fish caught that day. Fort Meade..Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Bryant of Lakeland...Mr. and Mra.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAIG RAMAGE have Leland Jenson of Edmore,Mich. I
THE ROCKETTES' GULP TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mr*. John Tarble of
returned to their home in Youngstown, Ohio, after Bradenton..Mr. and Mr*. W. H. DeVrle of Kalamazoo,Mich...Mr. and I
spending the winter on the Island. Mr*. E. M. Haskew of Bartow...Mr. and Mr*. Claude L.Singleton of I
Lexington ICy...Mr. and Mr*. J. W.Dixon of Lexington, ICy...Mr. and Mr.
MR. AND MRS. JIM TEMPLIN of Gulf Park t
A. D. Potter of Alexandria Va..Elmer Swanson Jr. of Momello, WU...
Bradenton Beach, left this week for their summer Mr. and Mr*. Edward Lobert of Fort Wayne.Ind., and family...Mr. and Mr*. 1.
John Maynard of Dayton, Ohio and family...Mr. and Mr*. Charles Holti of
. home in Petoskey, Mich., where they plan to stay St. Petenburg..Earl W.Baker of Otisvllle N.Y...Mlss Nancy Fltrpatrkk 1
for several months. and Miss Ulllan Decker of Port Jervl N. Y...C. T. Boone of Hartford ;
VERNON "DOC" SEARCY of Bradenton Beach is P Conn..Mr. and Mr*. T. L. Sparrow of Bartow and son...Mr. and Mr*. I
William R. Norris of Dayton, Ohio...Mr. and Mra. T.M. Beardmore of
a patient at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital in St. Temple Terrace...Mr. and Mr*. Robert Tyner of Indianapolis,and daughter ;

Petersburg.MR. Vivian. <<

AND MRS. JAMES EDGERTON left last week to PALM COURT Mr. and Mra. Ed Hart of Syracuse N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. .
return to their home in Granby, Conn.for the summer John Freund of Rockford, Mich...Mr.and Mr*. Erwin Freund of Pewamo
Mich...Mr. and Mr*. John Purdom and ton; Mr. and Mr*. William Mon-
after spending several weeks at their Island home on tress and children; Mr. and Mr*. Robert E. Lewis and sons; Mr. and Mr*.
Pine Avenue, Anna Maria. Mrs. James Zerby, winner of first door prize at the John P. Lewis and ton;Mr. and Mra.W.S.Abernethy and son Ken, and Tom
Crotty, and Mr. and Mr. Harry V.McMakln.aU of ClnclnnatL..Vera Wyne
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM E. deGAR THE of Guava recent card party sponsored by the Island Players. ZeUa Wyne and Mary Lou McCormick all of Indlanapoll :

Street, Holmes Beach, left recently for Peggy's Proceeds of the card party were used by the Playersto CABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Brown of Troy.N. Y..Mr. I
and Mr. MOM of N. Y., and
Harry
Poughkeeple. son Stephen.
Cove, Nova Scotia, where they will stay for several purchase additional recording and sound equipment. EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*. William Hooley of Hamburg N. Y... I
months. They spent six months at their home on the Mr. and Mr*. Don Mitchell of Waltham M.**...Miss Elizabeth Campbell
and Mr. John Wooten of Bradenton.
A.
Island. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parr of

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH P. RONANof Schenectady, Fort Wayne, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perkins, Mr. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Stanley H. Smith of Holden 1 1Mass.
weeks their home 70th and Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Scheele ...Mr. and Mra. James Howze of Winter Haven..Mr. Mra. EzraReynolds '
N. Y. are spending two at on Gallagher, of Rukln..Mr. and Mr*. A. H. Wtlllferd of Bronxvllle. N. Y... '
Street, Holmes Beach. and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodrich of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mr*. William Emery of Boylaton. Mass...Dr. and Mr*. A. K. 1
. Harcourt of Indianapolis...Mr. and Mr*. George Wood of Palmetto...Mr.
of
MRS. CARL G. MATTSON 74th Street
MR. AND
NEW OFFICERS OF ROSER GUILDNew and Mr*. R.L. Fruin of Richmond, Mich...Walter E. Primmer and Wendell
Holmes Beach, have had as guests, their son and A. Towne of Plttafleld. M......Glen Martin and William S. Leffler of
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Mattson of officers of the Harvey Meyer, sunshine; Wright-Pattercon. AFB 01110..Mr. and Mr. irwin Schuler Bath Mich...
Mr. and Mr* O. L.Martin and Mr.and Mra. Monroe Stephen and family of
Wolcott, Conn., and their son, C.Gary, and daughter, Women's Guild of Roser Mrs. Hattie Strobl and Plant City. I
Doric. Other recent guests at the Mattson home were Memorial Community Mrs. Edward Walker, SEA ISLE MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Jame Faragherof North Olmead. Ohio I
..
.Mr. and Mr*. Oacar Mill and daughter and Charles Daniel, all of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hodges of Waterbury, Conn. Church were installed at hospitality; Mrs. Robert Lakeland.S. 1

and Reddington Beach, St. Petersburg.MR. a special service conducted Collins, decorations;
AND MRS. HARRY COLE of Rochester, N. Y. last week by the Rev. Mrs. P. Bryce Thomas, ....Mr.S. .WHITE Bon Durham SANDS of MOTEL Amerlcus.Mr.Ga.and Mr*. C. W. Loughry of Akron Ohio

are spending April on the Island, and are occupyingthe Richard K. Wiggins, house; Mrs. Robert De- BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: John Tuohy and Alfred Mellano of

Bahia Mar Cottage on the Gulf in Anna Maria. pastor of the church. They Vane, publicity; Mrs. Staten and Jim.Island and Mr.N.and Y...Mra.Mr Michael and Mra.Powell Walter, all L.of Powell Columbus and children Ind. Bonita

MR. AND MRS. DAN COUGHLIN of North Shore were: Miss Marion Col- James Ward, member- LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mra. William Green of Bartow...Mr. and
Mr*. George Joyce of Kannapolla. N.C...Robert M.Dodd of ..
Drive Anna Maria have returned to their home in Mrs. F. Mrs. Paetzel Zephyrhlll
man, president; ship; Mr. and Mr*. Rufus W.Joyce of Baateti. Va...Mr and Mra. Hall Crook of
Cortland, N. Y., after vacationing here for several C. C. Paetzel, first vice festival; Mrs. Ruth Palmetto...Mr and Mra. Calvin P. Cole of Bartow...Mr. and Mr*.James
weeks. Wallace Manner of Akron 0110...Mr. and Mu.C.L.St..er of Kalamazoo. Mich...
president; Mrs. Clough, library; Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Dewey Hummel of Vernonvllle, Mich...Mra. L. R. Miller of
MR. AND MRS. A. ROBERT CORSTANGE and Mr. Warner, second vice Clyde Phelps, devotional; Bartow...Mr. and Mr*. M. Boyce of Richmond Height. Mo.
and Mrs. Robert Scott of Kalamazoo, Mich., have president; Mrs. RussellM. Mrs. Lyman S. Putnam, Mr.BAY and VIEW Mra.COTTAGES: Mr. and Mra. J. B. Galloway of Methuen, Maia...
Stanley Short and Mr. and Mra.Jack Hancock and son Bobby
been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Probascoof Guild, secretary, and missions workshop; Mrs. of Montreal.

Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. Mrs. D. Henry Clay, Elmer G. Twist, group TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Kurt Bendel of Deland..Mr. and Mra.
MR. AND MRS. L. V. RUCKEL of Gulf Park have treasurer. co-ordinator; Mrs. CarlF. Bruce Marts of Hornell, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. D. E.Shinkle of Yellow
Spring, Ohio..Mr. and Mra. Austin Ariz of Grass Lake, Mich., and ton...
returned to their home in Shelby, Mich. for the Chairmen of standing Scott, delegate to the Mr. and Mr*. M.D.Putie of Vlnegrove Ky...Mr. and Mr*. Hugh McHeraln
summer. committees installedwere Florida Fellowship of of Jackaonvllle, and family...Mr. and Mri.D.M.AIeiander of Birmingham,
Mlch....Mr. and Mr*. Edward W. Woods of Dearborn. Mlcb...Mr. and Mr*.
MR. AND MRS. ALFRED LORING LANE of North : Mrs. Harry R. Bel- Community Churches, and Fred Holmer of Orlando...Mr. and Mra. Paul J. Etier and Mr. and Mr*.
Shore Drive, Anna Maria, left a few days ago for mont, program; Mrs. Mrs. Alfred Tolman, del- Claude Smith of HIII.lK>ro, III...Mr.and Mr*.Lewis Sipoa of New York City.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr H. Schneider of Avon Lake.
: *
South Kent, Conn., where they will stay for the next Charles D. Jordan, mis- egate to Manatee County 01110...Mr. and Mr*. Glllla Chenier of Chomed ,. Quebec.
several months. sions-benevolence; Mrs. United Church Women. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Lewis K.Cookaey of Cincinnati
to.Mr. and Mr*. Leon T.Cheater of Swalniboro.Ga.
PETE CALLAHAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry .-. .,.-. -_ -- .
Callahan of Palm Drive, Holmes Beach, is spending rHE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN
his Easter vacation from his studies at Arkansas 1. S tls..ntfe, Provincial Frenc ".......... DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

State University at Jonesboro, Ark.; with his family.He QIbantftlairNORTH FOR

will return to the University next week.7e&aqSds4 AhII--Modern G U If POrk MOBILE HOMES

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April 15. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page J JI


I s'ilvet Sell afttCockle A. M. Garden Club BOWLING LEAGUES -

The Anna Maria Garden
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE B.Schmidt 404 Van Oatenbrldge Builder 3, Roeer
Club will hold its annual R. Haverkoa 393 Men's Club I.(Aaron VinOstenbrldge.
I Shells picnic at the Day Front Although its bland Mixed League K.Green 392 213-570; Bob DeVane. 183. Richard
match with Linen Rental Service wta W. Miller 390 Wiggins. 497).
Park, at noon Wednesday, postponed Friday evening Island D. Bower 377 The ISLANDER 2. Webb' Island
And HOW does garden ? Apr. 21.Mrs. Marine Supply held onto lit first D. Warner 374 Pharmacy 2. (Pat Flanagan. 219.
your grow place lead In the league atandlngs. Ken Fellows 513 Bill Thlbodeau.
Harriet Strobl will Anna Maria City Pier took four HIGH GAMES (MEN) 209-384).
Are you one of the lucky people who has lived on be chairman of the event point from laland Trader to takeover 3. Anderson 224 Island Bank 3. Cray's Econowaah I.
second half Guild 21} Frank Davidson, 191,
B.
place by a point Bill Brltt 49O.
Anna Maria long enough to remember when the with Mrs. Sophia Adams margin. High scores In the match A. Raamuaaen 206 Frank Smalley 209-559).
lovely blue lupine grew wild? Alice Adams at the co-chairman. Each mem- were Earl Carter 204-553 and Leon E.Carter 204.
Stafford. 189-438. R.Schuchard 202 LEAGUE STANDINGS
Anna Maria Post Office told me about them and said ber attending is asked to Other acoreai Dick Wagner Realty B. Arkebauer 202 Schuchard Plumbing 86
they have almost disappeared. She suggests that if take her own lunch and 4, B .K Hardware 0.(Grace Alderton B.Guild 195 Tropical Vista S3
16S. Peg Hottman. 424;Lloyd Hanson D. Connlck 193 Island Marine Supply 80VanOstenbrldge
you find any growing wild you save the seed now to beverage will be furnished 165-430). E.Carter 190 Builder 70
plant next fall. Apparently the long taproot discour- by the club.Installed Schuchard Plumbing 3, Island Furniture Schuchard 189 Bay Area Insurance 67
Center 1. Bob Guild 213-578 L.Stafford 189 Bayou Marina 63
;
ages transplanting unless the plants are very small.Of recently as new Roy Ferguson 187-519). Gray's Econowaah 63
course seeds are available in the stores--if you officers of the Anna Maria Sand Bar 5.Webb'sUland Pharmacy HIGH SERIES(MEN) Webb' laland Pharmacy 52.5
1.(Andy Raamuaien.206.Byron Arke- B.Guild 978R. Island Bank 32Roser
are looking for a blue color note for your garden. Garden Club were: Mrs. bauer 537;Frank Davtdaon.176-477). .Schuchard 966 Men' Club 46
one that loves sand and sun--lupine may be your Jerome Vitt president; Connlck'a TV 2. Bayou Marina 2. E. Carter 9SS Th. ISLANDER 43
(Jimmy Anderson 224-539; Glenn L. Miller 347 Pete Reynard Restaurant 34.3
Mrs. E. A. first
answer. Haynes Sarford. 182-459). J. Anderson 539' *
vice president; Mrs. Rene B. Arkebauer 537 TOP TEN GAMES
shrub Its color is from LEAGUE STANDINGS R. Ferguson 519 G. Moaa 220
this ? Redon second vice
Can you identify range presi- Island Marine Supply 73.5 A. Raamuasen 903 P. Flanagan 219
white to deep red; it is most adaptable to our alkaline dent; Mrs. G. Emmett Anna Maria City Pier *'.S D. Connlck 502 A. VanOatenbrldge. 213

soil and can be grown in gardens almost on the Gulf; Smalley secretary and Connlck'a Webb'a laland TV Pharmacy 2.S 6. F. Davidson. e 477C B., Thlbodeau Fellow 209 211

stick a cutting in the ground and next year you will Mrs. Frank Mokry trea- Dick Wagner Realty 62.5 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE F. Smalley 209
have a good-sized plant. You've guessed it--the surer. Schuchard Plumbing 5<).5 (Notet No bowling this week because E. Drew 203
Bayou Marina 59 c< Good Friday) E. Smalley 205
oleander naturally. Knowing its habits its beautyand Members of the execu- Sand Bar S6 Ui-en Rental Bayou Marina H. Nleatobedakl 204
simple culture why not consider one in your tive board and chairmenof (leland Trader S4.5 B A K Hardware Schuchard Plumbing B. Guild 203
Island Furniture Center 53.3 Island Trader bland Furniture *
landscape plan? If you cant visualize the beauty ofa the standing commit- Linen Rental 49.3 A. M.City Pier Dick Wagner Realty TOP TEN SERIES
mature plant drive along Gulf Drive--there's a tees are: Mrs. Ronald B ft K Hardware 48 Island Pharmacy bland Marine Sup. B. Thlbodeau. 384
Sand Bar Connick' TV A. Van( tenbridge 570
magnificent pink specimen at 80th Street and Archer program; Mrs. HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) 8 8 8 R. Guild 570
several spectacular hedges just north of the Baptist Robert R. Moses beautification G. Alderton 168 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE R. Schuchard 366
Schmidt 164
B. F. Smalley 359
Church. Wouldn't the Island be beautiful in the ; Mrs. Walter K. Ferguaon 154 First place Schuchard Plumbing did R. Haynes 350
spring if everyone who doesn't have an oleander would Frlnk corresponding K. Ferguson 154 no better than split Us match with G. Moss 346
P. Hottman 147 Bay Area Insurance In the bland H. Nleslobedakl 541
plant one this year? A word of CAUTION--don't burn Mrs. George
secretary; P. Hottman 143 Bowling League Monday evening, but J. Wulchet 539
the cuttings their smoke is harmful--and don't trim Maywood, technical edi- W. Miller 144 held onto a one-point lead In the B. Arkebauer. 334
J. Safrord 143 league standing. High scores In tile *
the plants if you are allergic to the milky sap whichis tor; Mrs. Harvey Meyer, J.Safford 142 match were Ray Schuchard. 202-SAo, NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
common to so many Florida shrubs and trees. historian and publicity; R. Haverkoa 138 and Gen" Moss 220-34A. Schuchard PI. Roaer Men's ClubB.
Schmidt 138 Other scores were Tropical Vista Graya Econowaah: Bayou Marina
Mrs. W. E. Tripp installation K. Ferguson. 138 3. Pete Reynard's Restaurant I. (Bob Island Marine Sup. Tropical Vista
and field trip; Guild 2OJ.S70; K. P. Smith. 194. ISLANDER VanOatenbrldge
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN: ) Earl Carter. 900). lay Area Ins. Island Pharmacy
Mrs. Harriet Strobl K. Ferguson 418 bland Marine Supply 3, Bayou Island Bank Pete Reynard
c J membership and hospitality P. Hodman 424 Marina I. (Andy Ra.mu.s.n,201Jim
J.Safford 420 Wulchel. 3J9j Hank Nleslobedikl.204-
and Mrs. Henry Clay, G. Alderton 412 941).
chairman for the Christ-

mas tea.
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There are a great many plants which grow with ---- ::::I"
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little effort but which one seldom sees in Island .
gardens. Thryallis is one of these. It is also called CI.t,. Drapes Mri Ti Order Phone 778-1944 W'

the "shower of gold" because it Is almost always

covered with small yellow flowers. This low growing Come In & Sec Us About Our (5340 Gulf Drive.the Holmes Center Beach)
Opposite Shopping
shrub, which can be used as foundation planting, will Reasonable Summer MaintenanceFish
grow in sun or light shade. Did someone mention blue

(lupine) and gold (thryallis)? Interesting thought!
e Taxidermy-Mike Hciser 746.7402G.r's Our free pick-up and delivery service U a

How many bananas are produced by one blossom? real boon to many of our customers these

The Col. Pollards in Bradenton Beach have a tree Suloid Ginta (.I'.r days--an hour or so saved, especially for
about five feet tall that in 1960 grew a stalk of 90 those of you preparing for the trip north,

edible bananas. They told me that the stalk got so 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH mean a little more time In the sun, or
heavy, they had to hang it over the clothesline to keep gathering sheila, or (UGIII!) house cleaning.

it off the ground. Can you top this?Wonder if the plantis .......>.....>.
still producing. RELAX and ENJOY YOURSELF

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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 15 1965
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE WOMAN'S CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERSMrs. ;: ., :': .

"" ,..,"..,, 1' \" .. "A ,
BERNARD MISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Alfred G. Birkmanwas Mrs. Harold Hayes, devo- v' .... J J.J.l' I.
A Public Hewing will be held si the 'I.
(CATHOLIC) regular the Board ofAldermen installed as the new tions chairman. .' 1t,; > "
Hev. Francis F. W.lamlll.rMASSt of the Cityof Holmes Beach president of the Anna Three new memberswere

SUNDAY 8, 9:15 & 10l30WEEKDAYSi in Florid the City, on Office May 4,,to 1965 consider, st 7:30 a p.m.proposed -, Maria Island Woman's, welcomed: Mrs. ._:;;';"' JJ : ,

HOLY DAYSi 8 8 am am & 6 amendment to Ordinance #107, Club at the club's annual Robert Peters, Mrs. P. B. :
pra
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWED4 whereby it will be required dial all luncheon at the Bradenton Thomas and Mrs. Charles
Improved commercial properties I
$ YSI 7l30 pro
abutting residential areas must provide Cabana last week. Trout.A .
Harvey Memorial ChurchN..D..lno.IOftOI suitable barricades, said Other officers Installedby contribution of $25
( ) barricade. to be approved by the .J
Btee'entea Beach Board of Aldermen. Mrs.J. Frank Houghtonof was made to the club's
Pauline H. Archer St. direc- scholarship fund by Mr.
Petersburg,
n... A. W. Slims City ClerkUNCLASSIFIED
THURSDAY tor of District 14 of the and Mrs. Ivan Ihm of

7100 pm Social Hour Florida Federation of Holmes Beach, and it was

SUNDAY 9ilS am Sunday School advises pey.s.t ,.,.Ir.. Women's Clubs, were: accepted with thanks by

10130: am Wocship Service t....-$1.00-S0C .1.1.! .. Mrs. F. C. C. Paetzel, Mrs. Ralph White schol-

WEDNESDAY 7tOO pm Choir! PraeUco FOR RENT: Nice,clean one or two first vice president and arship chairman.The .
bedroom furnished apartments facing Mrs. F. Lee Thomas, first meeting of theclub's
a..t..... Sel... Sorvlco Gulf In Bradenton Beach. $40 per
A. M. ...... ...,. week, utilities Included. Phone 778- second vice president.Also new board will be
SUNDAY 2336.WANTEDi. seated at the speak- held at 10 a.m., Monday,
tOO am Sunday Service Maid every Tuesday and er's 19 the home of
Thursday for cleaning Model Homes, table, and introducedby Apr. at
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH I including windows, on Key Royale. retiring President Mrs. Gray on Baronet k-c
"... L.. ". Must have own transportation. ApplyIn Y
"U'. Peeler person at Skipper Model Home Mrs. Ira B. Mishler, were Lane, Key Royale.

THURSDAY 7130 pm Vota Vita Fidelia Key Royale. Mrs. George Tann, recording Mrs. Birkman and Mrs.
FRIDAY WANTED TO RENTS; December toM Thomas official club
l secretary; Mrs. as
3100 Jr. GA y--l or 2 Bedroom on Gulf. Resident i
SATURDAY pm Not Tourist. E. R. Dennlston, Wallace I. Gray,financial delegates, will leave i.ir
7100 am Uen's Prayer Breakfasi t I Gen. Del. Holmes Beach. secretary; Mrs. Frank Tuesday for Hollywood- MkLp.i t R
SUNDAY STAMPS ft SUPPLIES FOR COLLECTORS. -
SMS am Sunday School Come in and let us fill Schroeder, treasurer; by-the-Sea to attend the

lOtOO am Worship Service those empty spaces in your album. Mrs. Samuel Bailey, cor- four-day state conventionof Home on Crescent Drive, Anna Maria (upper picture -
5130 pm Chapel Choir We carry s supply for every collector.:
6130 pm Worship Service You're welcome to come In ft browse. responding secretary, and the Florida Federation. ), recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
7t30 pm Youth Fellowship M. L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies, J. Hassig of Newtown, Conn. from Mrs. Weltha B.
ron.747-2316.
MONDAY 2403-14thSt. Brade'
9i30 am Ruth Jones Circle FOR SALE.W.-rm. Home, $:).l50. Oetzel. Transaction was negotiated by Gertrude '
TUESDAY For Rent 3-rm. Apts. Yearly rates.
Blassingame real
registered
7100 pm Church Choir Near rh..Iwo.. h.Phone" -240'. estate broker.
WEDNESDAYl .

4100 pm Intermediate GA PROPERTY MAINTENANCE WHO..and WHY ? New home of Mr. and
7lOO pm Pray.r Meeting, RA, Mrs. J. F. Beaver at 613

Sunbeams MOWING, EDGING, ETC. Concord Lane, Key Royale (lower picture), built by
Rose Moomlol Church Holmes Construction Co. Sale of the
(No-Dono..lnotloMl) KEN FELLOWS There is not yet any official "Who?" in the property was
handled by Key Royale Homes, Inc. (Islander Photos
)
B.,. Rlcherd, K. wl"legs Phone 778-2894 after 4 P. M. proposed "Home-Owners Association of
PeelerTHURSDAYl Holmes Beach."
SAVINGS up to 30% FOR PREFERRED RISKS
4iOO pm Cantus Choir RARE BUY ON KEY ROYALE.Non-
7130 pm Worship Service waterfront corner lot across the street The plan Is, when sufficient membership is
8130 pm Sr. Choir R.h.ar.al from and Boat Basin. ON AUTO INSURANCE. FOR
GOOD FRIDAY Bay Underprlced ES- assured, to hold an organization meeting and DETAILS SEE:
.t $3.960 cash. MAHAR REAL
11 lOO am Sp.clal Service TATP hone members to select officials of their
778-1159. permit
The Isled
4130 pm Membership Preparatory bndllofCloth- lisfruc A .
| icy
ALTERATIONS on all
Class own choice. All nominations will be from the

EASTER 9iOO am SUNDAY Worship Service Ing.Frank Also Heard.Dressmaking Phone 7781431.NO Drapes.. Mrs. floor to avoid any dominating clique, personal, Post Office Plaza Anna Maria '"'Z......

lOtOO am Sunday School TAXES utilities or Insurance factional or sectional.In -
11 tam Worship Service costs In this CB duplex the tenant Ray Hardy Agent 778-1969 :
2tOO pm Intermediate Retreat pays them. 2 blocks to Holmes Beach
7100 pm Sr. Youth Fellowship shopping center 1 block to boat docks the meantime, and temporarily, former
MONDAY 4 blocks to Gulf beaches.x 2l living
7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 room opens thru triple glass doors Alderman Harry Varley has consented to R
TUESDAY! onto new1Sx21.creenedlana1.10x1Sworkshop represent the home-owners and be custodianof
lOlOO am Priscilla Group and storage 2 carports.
(Urs. Lindsay) Efficiency apartment pays the bills. the monies. If not enough membership Is
WEDNESDAYI Well furnished. 113.230. 778-1620. attained to promise a active organi-
strong,
7l30 pm Board of Education WANTED TU BUY All U. S. Coin.,
Church of Th. Annunciation Gold Currency or Foreign Coin. of zation, all contributions now on hand will be
(Episcopal) any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, returned in full to the donors.
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar 2403
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe. Rector 14th St. W. Bradenton. Ph.747-2516. :seas:
MAUNDY THURSDAY YEARLY RENT J75: Per Munih WHY the Association? There are many good ( 1gA.Y:YSUqYYra:
7130 pm Sol.mn Eucharist, Unfurnished 2-Bedroom Apartment In :
Procession to Altar ol R.po., Anns Maria. Call Owner at 778-1410. reasons. Write to "HOME-OWNERS, P. O.
Stripping Washing of the Altar BELOW MARKETS: Choice Canai- Box 1754, Holmes Beach, for the preliminary
front lots 83rd Street
GOOD FRIDAY on 4000.
9iOO am Mass of the Pre-eancti- 77th Street $4,000. 72nd Street, platform, or phone Helen Garrett, 778-1404.
fied 4000. :39th Street 4000.Also Ideal
2100 pm Th. Last of the Thr. Motel Site Approximately 103 x 230
Hours feet, half block to Gulf.Price$16,300. All home-owners are urged to join the
HOLY SATURDAY I Want $10,000 offer. JOHN B. Association. Mail $2, $5 or $10 (or no moneyif
Si30 pm Blessing of the N.w
PROTHERO Registered Real Estate
Fire & Lighting of Paschal Broker, 116-8Ut St., Holmes Beach circumstances indicate) to "Home-Owners
Candle or call 778-23J4.. Association," Box 1754. Your name and moral

EASTER 8tOO am Holy SUNDAYS Eucharist room FOR, 2-Bsth RbNTiAlr-Condlttoned2-Bed-Apt. Close to Beach and support are more vital than money. ,I :.....III
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10130 am Solemn Eucharist & -
Bay. Well furnUhed.\ Yearly rental
Sermonl "God Rules, Jesus about MayOR 1. Phone 778-2128.
Lives, God Lo".."
SALEi 2 floor.
Apes ground
Gloria 0.1 Lutheran Church Each 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Living HOMEOWNERSi 5400 Gulf DriveGULF
Room. Dinette ,Kitchen Florida
Rev. Letter M. Uti. Pastor Room. Beautiful lawn and shrubbery.
UAUNDY THURSDAYS One Block to Beach or Bay Boat i
7130 pm Worship Service Privileges on Canal. No Closing Cost. of Holmes Beach
FRONT
(Holy
GOOD FRIDAY Communion) Owner will tsks mortgage. 778-2128 ApartmentsOn

7130 pm Worship Service

EASTER(Holy Communion SUNDAY Anna Maria IslandFor

9,15 am Sunday School
10130: am Worship Service & I

Third 8.r.oni"Thin Day"Lonfhool Is Always That Come see. Come touch. o. Compare Frigidaire! The Discriminating Purchasers

Island Cia....

(Men. e.eml eHe...l) Who Arc Looking For Enjoyable Living
SUNDAY
J Thriftiest FROST-PROOF
9lIS em Sunday School
9i30 em Adult Bible Class s I And Freedom From Care .
II lOO .. Worship Service 1 Frigifcire Refrigerator!

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BUILDER OF HOMES -- "- !106.Ib. size zero tone top I INVESTIGATEThe
Hevses suitable. for Ulono1c --
freezer!
lima to one cene'itlens. isr-r Many To
Advantages Be FoundAt
R._d.ling" Ao.ltloMi 4 ty .-. 100% rrostProofNofrost.no!

1..1,.. Trustworthy :'1-'-' defrosting. ever! This Most Desirable Gulf Front
estimates th,... !
NORMAN ROSEDALE Full width fruit and vegetable Location Within Walking Distance
Am Merle 771-1410 Hydrator, sliding, shelf deep-

k shelf storage door! Of Holmes Beach Shopping.

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC j
Licensee1 Electrlcel
Contractors ILAWI

Gulf Drive at Pino Avenue IL-T s Our Sales Representatives Are
L. (ROY) FERGUSON 'I

PHONES D.* 771-2143 Available Daily At The Apartments
NIoKl 771-2059
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Model FPO-11TI They Will Be Glad To Explain To You
.
i XLDKNBO) :
ILl cu. ft. (MIMA 4M4ter4) (
3 Colon at ...... ANNsVKIIXAIlYeven : The Several Favorable Purchase Plans.



M Because FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONWRITE
"' frilid ire refrigerators
"wrv "e
quality bUilt-and everybody knows it-
for the used ones OR PHONE j
other make! That's # UiSJe'JjJ

FRIGIDAIRE OWNERS' **better trade-in allowance. SnSThSS N
.
""I pay you to tIlde right now! HIT DfllOPMP.

I

.o Tryst,."....Desortmeel Leest PO TI on '

C-.rcioILH.: I 3g94: Furniture & Appliance

Mertfege Leost P. O. BOX 1152

I PLUS 21 Otter Semen, Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales fe Service Deafer


OLDEST BANK IN THIS AREA 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA'Page

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{; 'J,IJ[( George Island Woper-REALTY Shopping Center Model Apartment To Settle Estate I


HONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA Open DailyLET
( C...E.W.(,.,.IU..Bt k.tAll 2 Bedroom CB Home
..n Plk.A..eL.t.WATERFRONT US HELP YOU Fully Furnished

PLAN YOURS
HOMENICE Close to Gulf & ShoppingFOR

WHITE SANDY BEACH.UNEXCELLEDVIEW. SEASIDE <, \khE\S
AIR-CONDITIONED. 2 BR, 2 BATHS. A QUICK SALE
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED.A home you will
JACK HOLMES Realtor
be happy with!III!! Shown by appointment only. ,
Our opinion: The best location on the Island! $649022
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE
We have a CANAL LOT with 75 ft.FRONTAGEFOR
ONLY 2565. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS!! HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Fine Residential Area.PARRISH JACK MARSHALL Realtor

I., REALTY

i WIN H. PAUISH. Mr. PIGGY "HASSir MOORE. AMKMU RETIREMENT BARGAINTwo MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria

,:tot Office ....:.. A... M.ri. fU.: 778-1902 Bedroom CB Home
FOR SALE

Like Big Rooms ? Central Heat & Air Conditioning Residential Lot 80 x 141

Electric Kitchen & Florida Room ONE BLOCK FROM BEACH
KING SIZE Bedroom--15 x 16 feet.
KING SIZE Florida Room--12 x 24 feet. Separate Garage & Hobby Room $ 2,5OO Terms
KING SIZE Garage--16 x 30 feet.
KING SIZE Cedar Lined Closets. UNFURNISHED Y
2 lots 0 110
KING SIZE 1250-gallon S. T.
KING SIZE Automatic Oil Furnace. $10,000 EASY TERMS
CLOSE TO HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING
KING SIZE Lot--90 x 100 feet.
On paved street--Two bedrooms,1-1/2 baths. For '' CLEARED BUT WITH TREES
Completely furnished. Carpets,TV all appli- Appointment
ances, dishes, etc., including built-in deep $2,750 ouch Terms
freeze and refrigerator.Total price:$16,000. CONTACT
Owner will finance for responsible buyer. Gertrude Ilissiiirat

JOHN B. PROTHERO DICK WAGNER, Unity :!:REGISTERED REAL ISTATE IROKER Q \

Etfisttrtd till Estitt Irikir-Silts & Rtitils Phone 778.2663 lIP Fran Maxon, Associate SIj
INA WILDING PHONE
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach f'fUl\ ANNA ....". FLOHIDA 77MJJJ/, lit'Thursday
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KEYROYALES SKIPPERAn

unusual angular OLD
plan for a large two
bedroom home,afford. 4
ing maximum view of
unique watcrfrontHur-
roundl nltR. Timeless
Colonial styling. Selling
price $21,000.SEAFARER.




1965 MODEL HOMES II


! Extremely well priced
BUY NOW FOR 2 and popular bath home.-wlth 2 bedroom

enclosed Florida !anal
for year round patlo--
NEXT WINTER SEASONWe $18, OOca8h or$1,878
down and $109.60 per
month.

have a special program for persons Interested
In buying this year's model homes, furnished or
unfurnished. We will sell these homes NOW for
occupancy next winter season when you expect to
j return to the Island. If you will allow us to Beachcomber II
rent the homes back from you to show them'asmodels !
until your arrival. We take care of all
I taxes and Insurance, utilities, gardener and maid Three bedrooms, or
service until you arrive. The prices are discounted. two bedrooms and den, 1
You can buy fur cash or terms, with :NO" CLOSING: breakfast area in kit.
I COSTS! Chen, large screened
EASTER SUNDAY IfOL'RShl to 5 P.M. lanai and fully enclosed

ALL THREE MODELS ARE ON garage. $21.000 cash, .
or $),727 down and
SIIJ. (1 per month.
WATERFRONT LOTS WITH SEAWALL

AND ALL IMPROVEMENTS.



WORLD'SFAIR HOUSE

Award winning 2,300
I IU1. ft. extravaganza on
i I Hay view lot. NOW WI:
CALL 778-1917 WANT TO SELL ITIMt
$39,000cash) or $4,500
down, subject tomort,
OFFICE IN SKIPPER MODEL gage and payments of

WRITE BOX 628, ANNA MARIA, FLA $225 per month.


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HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE I p<<4t 1<"M t &a4ttn
J-I uru tl .un f/t, _
i Phone 778-1771 Days r
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Beautiful NEW Bagsof
LSTAIUM* 778-1440 Nights ...
OIL _fATil .1:1: OSTRICH LEATHER so soft
I HOLMES BEACH some are marshmallow lined
I AAA Service Full Time Mechanic 7e AlUe.tlUa1e9 Sate Permanent Flowers & Greens

NEW and USED CARS .,I 1 I, Something for EveryoneAnd
'""I Remember .
! 4I i / ,! EveryLamp dAkv we giftFREE ail wrap
-
I We Can COOL ?i th si;:: Ms DwrttcAeMt
**
1 "" ""*
from the smallest room
to the largest store in the Stor
from For A Florida

5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's 1/4th OHMany

with v i, &M u
"
PHILCO New Lamps Just Arrived SleevelessDresses'

Telephone 778-1019

NOISELESS t'" Me edG4me ALUant .e

1965 AIR Arnel Jersey

CONDITIONERAS COTTONWHIPPED 1Ml
Pertection ?
LOW AS $138.88 CREAM

PHILCO Exclusive I i 5 year Warrantyon 12% to 24/2 8 to 20
the Complete Air Conditioner We Are Agents For
dtt Watt & TV wi
ISLAND TV 7781703Corner French Imperial CleanersAT
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. h'" tJl ILay.

PITTSBURGH HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUNDRYIN Away. '.".rJItM, Phone

THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER Plan

SAlE I SAVE OVER 20% S e. usww..'rftC",&AI...en 778.1161ac
..... .. LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778.1472
on Manufacturer's Su" 1 Prle
ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE
HOUSE Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows FRESH MILK DAILY .
PAINT
j Fans Hospital Beds GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
Contains specially treated Oil' 5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
1 to help prevent cracking HANDY DANDY
and peeling Glamorize Your Odd Glassware
1I $98 Make Vases Out of Bottles OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.

ONLY u **gallon WITHGLAMORCOAT wn..uJ

Oil Base Only and/or SHOPPING CENTER 778-2801
White & ready-mixed body colors CRYSTAL CRAZE
Maestro* & trim colors extra
. 1 Call 778-2012
Holmes lM h SuppliesNc.'
OQ -- 781020.SH
I; 778-1131 c_..i v... e Sehdtlleti
'4cOo".14J.
Contractor
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachManatee Plumbing

A &_... 5306 Holmes Boulevard
OUR STAFPi 771-1_ Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs
..
May Hau n t ln Rosemary HortefDo.lcI

d WALK-IMS WELCOME Chick MANICURIST Mary Hell ON DUTY .YOU RING 8.2023 WE...-MING....._..

SPECJALSJ The Of House i SPECIALS

Your Gin & Vodka; CourtesyIEACH :
j TEN HIGH
v6df1.o.
LO/ o .er. Fifths $2.99 ;
Agent goes IB
for $10.00SEAGRAMS
vIu.OvrFOR ;
YOU ; LIQUOR II:
Ij
COMPLETE Crown Royal : STORE j CANNED
TAILORED fifth $8.25 : COCKTAILS
t PROTECTIONFOR J.i
YOUR GILBEY'S ; E :=.... apt
CAR HOME.
Vodka : ......,
0 II :
PERSONAL.BUSINESS. ,..sa77c:
SEE 3 for $10.00 *: N II :10aI."
Many Varieties! y.!
Company County Water (Bay Jlrea9nsurance Of 11.. ui Fn ::j GuinnessALL STOUT

(INCOtrOtATIO) WINE! :Your Party !: BEERChampagne
fMMwa OHici: 778-1697 778-1548 I Needs !6pk $2.70
Stwppu.1 C..Nr, Holm. B.ocTtUpSo ", florWe !9AM to 7PM!
... 778-2022 CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY AT NOON CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY




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