The Islander
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079899/00118
 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
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LI I i irkr\ \r Ml ,> OA HISTORY

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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good


I Bridge Tolls Now Part Of Island History 'Y 'II

',.. ..... I Remember when you had the mainland, plus the only, and arc scheduled to
Anna Maria Starts 14r 1- to ante up thirty cents: span to Longboat Key. be refunded by 1991.
I I each time you crossed to Under the originalterms Removal of the tolls was
Paving ProgramAnna 1 the Island from the main- the final bonds of instigated by the Island
Maria City has "" land? the first issue would have Chamber of Commerce,
?1II Just been retired In 1983. A when under of
advertised for bids for a year ago--on leadership
paving, patching and resurfacing yes r Apr. 28, collection of new bond issue of $4.8 Its president, Bill Lee, :a
approximately IN tolls on the two Island million was sold. mass meeting was held at
7,000 linear feet of roads.: PIECEa/ bridges was discontinued. Part of the proceeds the Island School In April,
At a special meeting of Alderman Harry Varley from the new issue, plus 1961. The meeting was I
the city commission last 6 of Holmes Beach, who the money In the sinking called "the best attended
week, the following paving paid the first toll on the fund, was used to retire meeting ever held on the
work' was outlined: Anna Maria Bridge whenIt all outstanding bonds and Island, with a crowd of
Patch the intersection of opened on Sept. 4,1957, interest.An several hundred, which
Tarpon Street and Spring was afforded the distinc- additional $352,750 overflowed the cafeteriaat
Avenue. tion of paying the final was deposited in a new the school.
Limerock seal Magnolia toll collected on that sinking fund as a reserve For several months the
Avenue from Gulf Drive bridge. for payment of the new progress of the toll removal -
east to Tarpon; fill and Then, promptly at 7 o'- Issue; $500,000 was paid campaign was slow
level five areas each approximately clock, as scheduled, Toll the SRI for funds advanced until the summer of 1962,
18 feet L Collector Ed Ziegler by that agency to when the county acquiredthe
square; total length of stepped out of his booth pay the cost of the three south end of the Island
limerock seal to be 1,835 and signaled that the mo- bridges over the original from the E. B. Green
feet long by 18 feet wide. ment of truth had arrived. $6 million. The balance of Estate.
Patch and limerock seal Mrs. Virginia Blbey, $609,850 from the new Then, with the weight of
Crescent Drive west of widow of the late County issue was used by the the county officials behind
Bay Boulevard, approxi- Commission Chairman county for the acquisitionof the campaign, progress
mately 350 by 18 feet. Earl A. Bibey, cut the new rights of way. became more rapid.
Seal, or patch where traditional ribbon openingthe Payment of the original Among those who spearheaded -
necessary, approximately bridge to free traffic; bonds was secured by the the move were
1,300 feet of Lake View the Manatee High School tolls, plus gas tax reve- Senator Price, Commis-
Drive. Band marked the end of nue of the county. Since sioner Bibcy, Chamber
Seal Oak Avenue, 1,431 an era with music and the bridges were opened, President Quinn and Kenneth -
by 18 feet. A I almost immediately afterward the toll income was lower W. Cleary, former I
Patch and seal eastern ; State Road Department than originally estimated, county attorney. All those '
500 feet of Periwinkle : employeesstarted and the gas tax revenue officials named have been .
Plaza plus the flares at taking down ,the ,considerably hInner. The ,quick to add that other
Gulf Drive. signs and dismantling the new bonds will be retired commission members
Patch and seal entire -... toll plaza. by the gas tax revenue also assisted greatly.
length Elm Avenue cast Mrs. John Hllens of
from Gulf Drive. Gulf Drive, Bradenton
Seal eastern 50 feet of Beach, was the driver of
Spring Avenue. the first car to cross the
Seal Lake View Lane, Cortez Bridge without
100 by 12 feet. paying a toll, and was the
Seal Cocoanut Avenue, recipient of a $10 mer-
Gulf Drive to North Shore chandise certificate from
Drive, 470 feet. the Island Division of the
Patch and seal flares chamber of commerce.
at the Intersections of Bob Quinn, former president -
Maple and Gulf Drive; of the Manatee I
Pcppcrtree Lane and Gulf County Chamber of Com-
Drive; Crescent Drive and merce, was the master of
Spring Avenue; Magnolia ceremonies at the brief
Avenue and Crescent; exercises at the Manatee
Alamanda and Bay Boulevard County Beach. I
; Hibiscus and Bay State Senator Ed Price :
Boulevard; Gladiolus and spoke of the cooperativeeffort I
Crescent, and Crescentand which brought about

Pine Avenue.Expendirure the removal of the tolls, FIRST AND LAST--Alderman Harry Varley of
of $100 was and praised Whey particularly
Holmes Beach paying the final toll collected on the
authorized for preparation for concerted Anna Maria Bridge to Collector Ed Zl ller. Varley
of detailed plans and effort he had nude to also
paid the first toll when the bridge opened on
specifications for a new effect the end of the tolls. Sept. 4, 1957. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
city office building, to be Present at the ceremonies -
prepared by S. N. Rose- were Manatee
dale. County, chamber of com-
The City will advertisefor merce, and Island city NOTICEAll
bids on 200 feet of officials.
seawall at the end of Oak Coffee and doughnuts,
Avenue.A furnished by the Island Improved or unimproved property In
the City of Anna Maria should be mowed and
contribution of $50 chamber of commerce
j cleared during May. The City will clear and
was approved toward a j division, were served at
mow not cleared by owners or
any property
fireworks display at the the beach oavlllon.
County Beach onjuly 4. 1. Black casket and wreath of old toll receipts were The official motercade, agent, with costs annexed against the
Commission authorized made by Stan Chudy of Bradenton (left). Next to led by units of the Florida property.
preparation by City Attorney Chudy Just after the end of toll collections at the Highway Patrol and the The City will appreciate your cooperation.CI1 .
Walter R. Talleyof Anna Maria Bridge was Dan McClure, newly elected Sheriff's Department,
Robert R. Monet Vice
a nuisance and anti- chairman of the Manatee County Commission. toured the Island and left
litter ordinance. It will 2. Speakers' stand at the Manatee County Beach for via the Cortez Brid e.
be discussed at the May Tuesday morning's ceremony marking the end of the Tolls had been collectedon
meeting of the commis tolls. Gathered on the stand were many county the two bridges since
sion. officials state representatives, city officials from they were opened In 1957. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

A pistol to cost $65 was all the county's municipalities and chamber of The Cortez Bridge wan ..... ..,.,_.I If.
approved for use of police commercial officials. completed first and wa* ..,.
Chief Gene V. Stewart. 3. Close up picture of speakers' stand shows State opened to traffic on Mar. T..... ..
Necessary forms will be Senator Ed H. Price Jr., who paid tribute to the late 3 of that year. The Anna S.. H..* 4 *. HI'*

filed for employment *A County Commission Chairman Earl Blbey, for his Maria Bridge wan openedthe Apr. 20--74 84 81 80 77 None
young people to work in "concerted effort to bring about the removal of the following Sept. 4. Apr. 21-74 84 82 85 77 .1
the city's maintenance tolls." Mrs. Bibey who cut the ribbon at the toll gateto Discontinuing i of the tolls v Apr. 2276 85 76 85 78 .6
department under the new let the first toll-free cars across the bridge Is wu made possible by the Apr. 2375 86 80 86 78 .45
Neighborhood Youth seated at Price's left. refinancing of the balanceof Apr. 24..74 85 82 86 77 .5
Corps program. 4. Almost immediately after collection of the final a $I) million bond issue Apr. 25--74 84 82 '86 78 :'hnc
toll at the Anna Maria Bridge, a crew of SRD men which provided the fund Apr. 26--74 84 81 86 78 .2
.. : : started to dismantle toll plaza. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) to build the two bridce. CO

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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April

Another Miss Manatee EntrantA
g'eie Q.J
r ,I talented singer and

by THE EDITORA accomplished organist,
.i. Mary Dobbe of Holmes
matter to be considered this week by the Manatee ItJ I Beach, is the second Island '
County Commission was a resolution from the .;.. "'\' girl to become a
Bradenton Beach City Council. ....... contestant for the coveted
That resolution asked the commission to remove title.
Miss Manatee
the sand dunes adjacent to the pavilion at the county
Mary, a senior at Mana-
beach at the south end' of the Island, and called the ..............,. tee High, is the daughter '
dunes "the and for which
sandpile an "eyesore"
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
there is "no good reason.
Dobbe of 209 Haverkos
City councilmen said in the resolution that the sand member
Court. She Is a
"mounded without the of the in ,
was knowledge" city of the Manatee High
which the park is located. :-, .' School Glee Club, the
Recent newspaper articles, based on information .. .
Concert Choir, Madrigal,
which apparently came from the county commission FOR THE BIRDS and Drama Club. Last
office, made it appear that the request to remove the
(Islander Photo by Rene Redon) year she received a superior -
dunes originated in Bradenton Beach and that the
rating for singinga
councilmen for action the
city were panting on matter.
No Action On solo at the District and
Just to keep the record straight, however, that is State vocal
NOT the way it happened. The idea of the resolution FreezeA contests.
Zoning She has had
actually was the "brain" child of County Commis- private
sioner Nate Taylor, who is the representative of proposed zoning rdb. training in piano and organ -
District 3, which includes the Island. moratorium failed to gain at the Cincinnati
Chairman Dick Rose of Bradenton Beach's special the support of the Holmes Conservatory of Music.On .
committee on zoning reported at the April meetingof Beach Board of Aldermen.The mGulf Apr. 30, she will be
the city council that Taylor had asked for a requestby proposal was made competing in the Florida
the city that the dunes be removed--merely for the second time by 'State vocal contest. When
4 because he (Taylor) didn't like them, and was Alderman Jack Moorman, not practicing her scales,
"looking for some excuse" to have them removed.All but no other member of Drive and the Gulf she enjoys swimming, i
of which could lead one to wonder whether or the board would second would be considered for water skiing and collec-
not Commissioner Taylor, in deciding the dunes Moorman's motion.Commenting rezoning from R-l to R-2. ting stuffed animals.
were no longer needed, had stopped to consider why on the mo- Only one meeting of the Last month Mary won
they were put there in the first place. If they were tion Mayor Elmer G. board will be held during top prize in the first annual -
not part of a definite plan of development of the beach, Twist said the adminis- May, on TuesdayMay4. De Soto Celebration MARY DOBBE
and intended to serve a definite purpose. Or how tration could be accused talent contest. ;
much the dunes cost. And how much it would cost to of autocratic governmentif Special( ServiceAt Greer'
remove them. it agreed to freeze Gloria Dei Island Youth Bill Green, Whit
Or even that there might be more important zoning. Tommy Hoffman, Jerry
problems in his district about which to be devious. The city's planning The work of Christian Center Activities King, Timmy Kretzer. "
committee is working on higher education will be Bobby LeBlanc, Randy:,!.
Best news of the week is the defeat in Tallahasseeof an overall plan of future observed at the 10:30 a.m. Tennis instruction for LeBlanc, Tony Pierce
the liquor price-fixing bill, to which Governor development of the city.A service at Gloria Del Island girls Grades 7 Tommy Ratliff, Roy
Haydon Burns gave the final blow when he threatenedto new concrete drain Lutheran Church, Sunday, through 12, will begin on Smith, Kelley Spencer,
veto it. was authorized at last May 2. Special emphasiswill Saturday (May 1)), from Hank Stewart, Tom Tur
For a number of reasons, the measure broughtout week's meeting of the be given to the workof 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the vavllle, Joe Webb, Jerry
a lot of opposition, and we extend our congrat- board. It will replace an Newberry College, courts at the Island Youth Welsh, Dan Wiersema and ," .
ulations to Manatee Senator Ed Price for his earlier drain In the 56thto Newberry, S. C., whichis Center. Instructor will be Bobby Wiersema. 1.
opposition to price fixing. 59th Street area, and one of 15 Lutheran Miss Nancy Carson of the .
Proponents of the bill used as an argument for will cost approximately colleges directly supported Walker Junior High School During May the !
its passage the fact that the measure, if passed, $700. by the Florida Synodof faculty. Center will be open
would protect the small liquor dealer from the Mayor Twist reportedon the Lutheran Churchin 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.,
encroachment of the chain liquor dealers. That of a meeting of the Island America, of which Activities of the Island day through Friday;YOudll
course was not the real reason for supporting mayors and some of the Gloria Dei is a member Pram Sailing Club got off 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.,
passage of the legislation. If that were the only Manatee County Commis- congregation.The to a successful start last day, and from 9 .
.consideration._other .states, have.taken steps ,to sioners. pastor the Rev. Saturday morning; at the 5 p.m.. Saturday.
control the same situation by limiting the> number It was agreed that the Lester M.Utz,will preachon sailing area at the north A schedule of ..,
. of licenses held by an individual or corporation.And area between 33rd and a theme relative to the end of the Holmes Beach activities and hours will....
in several states, the states themselves handle 39th Streets, and between work of the college, using airstrip. A total of 22 be announced in May. '- ,
the sale of all liquor except wine and beer. Gulf Drive and the Gulf the title "Let's Keep It members were given a Roser ScheduleThe
Surely, if the legislators supporting the measure Christian!I" Brochures swimming test which con-
were sincere in their desire to protect the small League Of describing the work of sisted of swimming about summer schedule of
liquor dealers, they should be Ingenious enough to the college will be dis- 250 feet out to Frank services will start Sunday
find a way to do so without eliminating competition.Or Women Voters tributed to those attend- Shugert's patrol boat and at Roser Memorial Com-
without handing the industry $60 million a year at Three members of the ing.Time back. Then, each young- munity Church. The
the expense of the poor tipsy consumer! Manatee County Leagueof will be devoted to ster had to climb from morning worship service
rAn Women Voters returned a further observance of the water onto a pram. will be held at 9 o'clock.Boys' .

unusual misplay at one of the recent Little recently from a three-day the work of Newberry Twelve of the pramsters Contest
League games: The batter hit the ball, and then seminar in Tallahassee.Mrs. College at the Sunday eve- had previous sailing experience -
became slightly confused and started to run toward Florence Wilt of ning fellowship supper at and practiced Standings this week in
third. The pitcher, not to be outdone, fielded the ball Bradenton, and Mrs. 5:30.: Dr. Edgar W. Huth, sailing. The others had the Boys Contest at the
and threw to third. Then the batter changed his mind, Herbert Boyd and Mrs. a member of the church dry land instruction from Anna Maria IGA Store are
ran back to the plate, then to first, and was safe! Glen Turvaville of Holmes and also a member of the James Dodge, a winter as follows:
Beach joined 36 members board of trustees of the resident who is a seasoned B. Green 2,550D.
The Lanier English Club of Manatee High School from 13 leagues,and were college, will tell some- sailor. Richard Le- Tarry 432A.
publishes "Manatee Masterpieces" each year, and kept busy from early thing about the needs and Blanc and Arthur Donner VanOstenb'ge 11,614T.
thereby affords reading pleasure from a fresh pointof morning until late at night. the future program of the also assisted when the Rotolo 8,365R.
view to readers who look for humor, adventure, Among the committee college. The evening's experienced sailors sail Maxon 7,080D.
romance, musings and religion. It is a booklet which meetings they attendedwere presentation will be con- ed with those less exper- Parrish 8,760R.
is not written by a special staff or a select group of the Senate Financeand cluded with the showingof ienced. Adams 5,459J.
students, but by contributors who are selected only Taxation, where they a new color filmstrip, Mrs. Bud Green regis- Eddowes 3,217T.
because of the merit of their work. saw the severance tax with sound, entitled "A tered the youngsters, and Jenkins 739
Several Island students have had their literary beaten; the Education Matter of Choice." Melvin Travis helped to D. Godfrey 960J.
efforts chosen for inclusion in the booklet. Among Public School and Junior assemble and store the Norwood 3,415R.
them were Eric Akins, Mary Dobbe, Keith Dirk man College, where junior col- equipment. Huffine 1,047J.
and Mike Piscatelli. As an example of some of their leges for various areas The Anna Maria Little Instruction will be given Rice 2,301D.
. work we have chosen the following poem by Keith were proposed; the Tem- League season opened officially between 9 and 11 a.m., Lease 263
Dirkman. perance Committee, with the Mets each Saturday. Island B. Motter 417
where they heard a dis- beating the Red Sox 12 to youngsters between 9 and M. Morrick 1,559J.
DAYLIGHT AND MOONLIGHTIn cussion on liquor price 5 last week Tuesday, 15 will be welcome, as Francis 406
fixing, and Education under the lights. will adult volunteers to T. Angell 884C.
broad daylight, and at noon, Higher Learning, and Thursday's game was assist in the program. Weaver 595S.
Yesterday I saw the moon watched the committee postponed because of rain. Further information may Lease 1,263D.
Sailing high, but faint and white approve a chancellorship.They The rescheduled date will be obtained by calling Mr. Blessing 2,187
As a schoolboy's paper kite. also attended two be announced later.In Bonner at 778-3122. II. Stewart 1,769

evening sessionsonewith Friday night's tilt, Those registering for T. Kretz-r 275D.
In broad daylight, yesterday, Budget Director the Mets, coming from the pram fleet were Tom Deam 1,858M.
I read a poet's mystic lay; Henderson and Revenue behind, won a thriller Bradford, Joyce Akins, Dailey 816C.
And it seemed to me at most Commission Director from the Reds, by a scoreof Ginger Brown, Lee Ann Girard 378
As a phantom, or a ghost. and heard how 5to4.
Straughn, Hoffman, Jeff Eddowes, W. Tison 325
tax money is collectedand The schedule for this 1
But at length the feverish day spent; and the other week, with games starting Thelilcmder
Like a passion died away evening with PresidentPro at 7 p.m., is:
. And the night, serene and still Tern Verle A. Pope Thursday, Apr. 29 An Independent Weekly pubUshed
Fell on village, vale, and hill. and Rep. George Stone, Mets vs. Reds every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
speaker designate, 1967, Friday, Apr. 30 PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine ,
Then the moon, in all her pride, and learned somethingabout Red Sox vs. Mets Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida .
Like a spirit glorified procedure. At the Monday, May 3Reds EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL:; ...
Filled and overflowed the night tart of one of their days, vs. Mets ADVERTISING MANAGER ::
With revelations of her light. they were entertained at Tuesday, May" MARGE KIMBALL is i
Mets Mall Address: P. O. Box
a complimentary breakfast vs. Red Sox
And the poet's song again at 6 a.m. given by The Pee Wee League Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 W
Passed like music through my brain; the 300 lobbyists. They games are played on
Night interpreted to me also met with Governor Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., Entered as Second Class matter
AU its grace and mystery. Haydon Burns. and on Saturdays at 4 p.m. I under the Act of March 3, 1879



Thursday, April 29, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Island Youth Woman's Club Siwet Sells andCockle Isloxd Players' Amil 111 I.t I
Mrs. A. G. Birkman,
WTRL Announcer The annual banquet of the vice president;Mrs.H.H.
president, and Mrs. Joan
itei1c Island Players was held Griswold, second vice
Dean Edwards of Holmes Tann, recording secre-
,,1." last week at the Bradenton president; Edgar H. Bau-
, Beach recently becamean tary of the Island Woman'sClub
Country Club.Members of man, recording sec-
And HOW does garden ?
announcer on the staffof last week attendedthe your grow
the arrangements com- retary; Mrs. Ralston,
radio station WTRL, four-day seventieth Last week on a short holiday in Greensboro, N. C., mittee were Mrs. R. corresponding secretary,
Bradenton. convention of the Florida I visited several gardens and nurseries. You wouldn't
Bruce Ralston,chairman; and F.H.Schroeder,trea-
Edwards, son of Mr. Federation of Women's believe it, but I saw YUCCAS on sale for $3.981! and Mrs. George Tann, surer.
Clubs at Hollywood. It's hard to understand how even a yucca plant can Mrs. L. R. Arnold, Mrs. New directors are:Mrs.G. .
They reported that the get nourishment from the impenetrable red North Margaret Donaldson and A. Marshall, Mrs.
local club had won an Carolina clay, but the dogwoods, camellias,azaleas, Mrs. Frank Schroeder.Mrs. Tann, James Zerby, A. L.
honor score award for iris and tulips were thriving on it. (Do you get a
Robert Collins dec- Genung, H. E. Cox and
100 percent participationin nostalgic feeling when you think of your spring orated the speakers'table John L. Osborne.
all phases of the fed- garden back north?) Those who live in North Carolinawere and Mrs. Paul Fet- Players' awards of
eration s work.A trying to find exotic plants such as we grow in bronze masks
trow supplied corsagesfor were presented -
resolution regarding the south, while we on Anna Maria are trying to grow the women and bou- to: Brechlln,for his
L 't placement of cigarette plants indigenous to the North. Oh mel Such is life! tonnieres for the men. services "above and
vending machines in un- the call
Frank Schroeder was beyond of duty"as
supervised places, where master of ceremonies Introducing president; to Mrs. Pat
s, .. 11 young children can pur- the retiring Huber for her work as
chase cigarettes, was president, Frank Brech- stage designer; to Helen
defeated by a narrow lln, and the new president Peters, director of

DEAN EDWARDS margin.A breakfast. 10 J "Strange Bedfellows;" to
at a.m.,
; Ed Bauman for his news
r and Mrs. Tom Edwardsof Wednesday, May 5, will t. reporting of the Players'
Shell be be served the club's
Drive, can at activities;Howard Scott
heard from 6:30 p.m. until final meeting of the sea- for his"unsung but deeply
midnight, Monday through son. It will take place at Do you know how many kinds of plants there are appreciated carpen- ,
Friday, and from 2:30 the Anna Maria Commu- that produce flowers? According to a marvelousbook try work on stage
p.m. until midnight on nity House, with the "The Golden Treasury of Natural History", settings;'.' to Mr.and Mrs.
Saturday.A refreshments to be fur- there are over 200,000 kinds of blooming plantsand Schroeder for their ded-
graduate of Manatee nished by Mrs. GeorgeH. 1,200 different kinds of palms. icated work; to Mrs.
High School, he attended Clark. The breakfasthas From this same source, I found other choice Griswold for backstagehelp
the National Academy been a personal con- information about our plants: there are over 300 and to Miss Marion
'I of Broadcasting Wash- tribution of Mrs. Clarkto plant families; spinach is a member of goosefoot Brodcrlck for her "de-
ington, D. C., and the the club for the past family; onions, turnips, garlic and yucca have the lightful portrayal of
Radio Engineering Insti- several years. A memo- lily family as their parents; the century plant is comedy in many plays." :
tute in Sarasota. rial program at the related to the amaryllis, and eggplants, petunias, Work of Mrs. Earle
Before joining the staffat meeting is planned by potatoes, tobacco and tomatoes are all members of Nlesman, who has resign-
WTRL, Edwards work- Mrs. Lester M. Utz, devotional the nightshade family. > ed from the Players, was I
, ed at WJ BS in Deland chairman. This fascinating book also tells about the plant recognized, and the hope
and WBAR, narrow. Club members are reminded growing in the hot, wet sands of South America expressed that she would
that dues for the called the "Sandbox" tree. It shoots seeds out of return. /
High Twelve r
year are now payable. the pods with such force that the noise sounds likea Entertainment duringthe
., The Island High Twelve They are asked to take pistol shot. The natives call it the "monkey'sdinner evening was furnished (
Club will meet at noon, them to the breakfast tree". Because the pods make so much noise, by the three Wiggins sis-
Thursday, Apr. 29, at the meeting to insure having they say the tree is calling. the monkeys to dinner. MRS. WALLACI GRAY ters of Bradenton.
Gulf Terrace Restaurantin their names in the club's Mrs. Wallace I. Gray, A meeting of the
Bradenton Beach. The year book next fall.Dead- When asked to start a garden, the first thing most who was presented an Players' board of direc-
. speaker is to be Robert line for dues is.Tul/1.1.spcaker men dig up is an excuse. armful of roses. tors will be held at the I

Collins, a member of the .--Smiles. Mrs. Gray then wel- home of Mrs. Gray at I
club, who will use as his will be Fran hall. comed the other new 614 Baronet Lane, Key
subject, "The History of lie will discuss some See you next week. office: R.C. Wills, first Royale. I
I Insurance Inspection Re- general problems in the --GINNIliC I,
ports. county, and some of in I
At the meeting of the activities of the chamberof I t t \ I .
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4All THE ISLANDER Thursday April 29, J965

A number of members of the Island High Twelve Guests at the Motels

About People... Club and their wives enjoyed a cruise to Nassau and
aboard the S. S. Ariadne last week. The MERRIMAC ON THE GULP Mr. ind Mr*. One Rodefer of Undorer, Md.
Freeport ...Mr. and Mr*. John Neal and Mr. Natalie J. Blackburn of Allen Park,
MR. AND MRS. MELVIN G. AKINS of 208 56th group Included:Mr. and Mrs. Lou Mack Mr.and Mrs. Mlcb...Mr. and Mr*. Robert A.Clover and Mr. and Mr*. Fred A.Aldridge
announce the recent marriageof Archie McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne, Mr. of Tampa.
Street Holmes Beach
ct SUN and .
EAST THE : Mr. Mr* R. Leicester of Hamilton Onu, and
their daughter, Carolyn and Mrs. Herman Storrer, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner family...Mr. and Mr*. C. O. Kllgor of Largo..Mr. and Mr*.John
Louise to Mr. Howard Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoyt Mr. and Mrs. Almquiit of Chattanooga.
Mr.and HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr. F. A.Church of Chicago...Mr
Austin Johnson of Keene, Ralph Kendall Mr. and Mrs. and Mr*. C. Peter of Buffalo. N. Y..Capt. and Mr*. Murray Rothau of
N. H. The double-ring '" Mrs. Jack Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Stoker Burns, Mr. Belleville, 111., and family...Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Scoles of MUwukee...
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Greenwood Mr. and Mr*. E. J. Hill of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. R.Carmichael of
ceremony was performed and Mrs. Earle Jenkins, Hamilton Ont...Mr. and Mr*. George R.Dlllor of Honey Creek Ont.
at St. James Episcopal Col. and Mrs. James Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. S.S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr.and Mr*.N. Franklin of Dallas/Tuu...
the William Sean Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conrard, Mr. Dr. and Mr*. B. J. Woodley of Trenton Mich., and family...Mr. and Mrs.
Church in Keene by
N. F. Tlllburg of Fort Worth TUII...Mrl. M. L.Williamson of FreeUnd
rector the Rev. C. H. ; and Mrs. James Logan, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown Mich...Mr*. Reta Reagan of Bradenton. and party.
McCarty at 2 p.m., Sunday Mrs. Mary Bell and Mrs. Genevieve Selleseth. Mr. family.SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mr*. Carl Snyder of Bedford. Ohio, and

Apr. 25, in the pres- and Mrs. August Wagner arranged the trip. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lanfair of Fort Meade.
ence of the bride's familyand I MISS MARION BRODERICK of Spring Avenue Anna ROD & REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Al Plagge cf Bradento..Mr. and
Mr* Fred E. of ..
Murphy Lakeland. Mr. and MM. Claude Teachout of
other relatives and Maria, moved to New Clermont and famUy...Mr. and Mr*. Robert H. Kohler of Bloomington
friends. York City recently after 111...Carl R.Madeback and David E. Ruddlman of Mulberry...Mr. and Mr*.
William LaBouteof Wet Palm Beach...Mr. and Mrs.
R. Battl. of LUeland
The bride was attendedby living on the Island for ...AI Frlersonof Fon Myen...Dr and Mr*. C.J. Schultx of Naple*.
her cousin, Mrs. C. J. M m \ A I r4- several years. She was HALEY'S MOTELI Mr*. A. Showalter and Mra. W. A.Matson of Aurora
well known In this area llI..Mr. and Mr*. S. WhippeD of Norwalk. Ohio..Mr. and Mr*. E. Van
Simensen as matron of Kempen of Birmingham. Mich., and family...Mr and Mr*. Edaon W.Knapp
honor and Jo Weston of for her Little Theatre of Tlmpa...Mr. and JosephOsmonof Veatal.N. Y. on their honeymoon.
...Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth A. Fox of ..
A Wllhlniton.N.I. Mr and Mra. Albert
Saxtons River, Vt. was R activities having played L.N.Watson of Lanbeth.Ont...Mr.and .James S. Watson of Eagle Lake.
Mr. Johnson's best man. L' many roles with the Manatee PALM COURT Mr. and Mr*. Vivian Morgan of Plant City.
Following the MRS. HOWARD A. JOHNSONa ( Players the Playersof WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. R. C. Sentman of Spokane.
ceremony L-- Wash..Mr. and Mr*. Eldon Schlel of Brookivllle.111.
reception was held at the Black Lantern Inn, with Sarasota and the Island THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTELI Mr*. Eleanor Smith and Mra.
traditional decorations and a three-tiered wedding Players, her most recent Philip S. Cleek of Lakeland...Mr. and Mr*. Sylvester T. Hank of Long
Branch. N. I.. and family...Mr. and Mri. T.Zlntimaater of Independence.
cake. part being that of Addle Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. Ell Watson of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mr*. F. M.
Mrs. Johnson graduated from Manatee High School Cromwell Gifford in the March of Orlando..Mr. and Mra. J. D.Murray of Saranac Lake N. Y...
I Mr. and Mr*. Roland R. Elde of Orlando and family...Mr. and Mr*. Ed
with scholastic honors, and attended Manatee Junior Island Players' "Strange Pelloch of Owosio Mich...Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Cram of Corunna. Mich...
., College where she was active in the choir, and was Bedfellows." Miss Brod- Bobby Dyer of Lakeland.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Maurice E. Archbald of Fort
one of the first students in the data processing erick Wayne Ind., and family...Mr. and Mr*. T. R. Munther of Kalamazoo.
department. She was an instructor for the Island Pram MARION BRODERICK Anna Mariafortwoyears" Mich., and family...Mr. and Mr*. Perce Pentland of Hanover One. and
famUy...Mr and Mra. Harry Stone of Orlando... Mr. and Mr*. R.Morris
Fleet for several years. She is now employed at the JOHN CAGNINA of Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria, of Wauchula..Mr. and Mr*. E. F. Paroulek of Arlington Va.. and ion...
Troy Woolen Mills as supervisor of their data a student at the University of Florida is home for Mr. and Mra.John Magnuaon of Columbus. 0110...Mr. and Mrs. Joe HolU
.' of Greencaatle Ind...Billy Whealton of Mulberry...Mr and Mra. Frank
processing unit. the summer. He will return to the University in Brandon of Drayton Ont..Mr. and Mn.Cornellua Boutllanof Silver Spring
The groom was educated in Vermont and St. September to start his senior year. Md.. and daughten...Mr and Mfl.Fred Frelenllausen of New York City...
Mr. and Mra. R. Schlff of Wood Dale llI...Mr and Mra. W. Zlmblckl of
Petersburg schools served in the U. S. Army for BILLY COTTE of Rockaway, N. J. spent the past New Brunswick N.J..Mr. and Mra.Quincy A. Green of MorrlsvUle Pa...
three years and is now completing a course of studyin week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mr*. Murray Standlah of Wllllmantlc Conn...On. Maxine and

Keene. Cotte Sr. of 522 -70th Street Holmes Beach. Nelson TOPAZ D.MOTEL King of Tampa.Mr. and Mra. Robert Seelye of Livonia Mich...Mr. and
MR. AND MRS. JACK MAHONEY of Fair Haven MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM C. SEARL SR. of 102 Mr*. H. Sianton of Schenectady. N. Y..Larry Arnold of Hudson Ohio and
party..Charles E. Allen of Winter Park...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brandon of
Mass. have been recent guests of Mr. Mahoney'smother 47th Street, Holmes Beach, had as Easter guests, Drayton Ont..Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacob of Cleveland 0110...Mr. and
Mrs. Gladys Waitt of 77th Street, Holmes their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. R.Cortina of Tamp...Mr and Mr*. Paul Barrow of Alpena. Mich...
Mr. and Mr*. John Starr of Snyder N. Y...Mr and Mr*. C. Bernstein of
Beach. Other guests at Mrs. Waitt's home have been Searl Jr. of Lakeland and children Linda Barbara Miami neach...Rev and Mr*. C. Guy Smith of Centre Ala...Mr. and Mr*.
her daughter Mrs. John Storm of Buffalo N. Y., and Charlotte and William III, and friend, Kenny Hutchinson. D. J. Kelly of Port Huron. Mlcll...Mr. and Mra. Elton VandeValdo
Dunkirk N. Y..Mr. and Mra. Dan Bonner of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mra.
daughter Lynn. Mrs. Searl's nephew Ben Carl Riley a studentat S. A. Short of Montreal and parry...Mr. and Mra. G.C. Faragut of
MR. AND MRS. DON ROSS of Kalamazoo, Mich., the University of Miami also was a weekend guest. Rochester N. Y..Mr. and Mra. K. Conrad Richmond Hill N. Y..Mr.
and their last week of Mrs. for their homeat and Mra. Philip Scarlto of Pennlngton N. I.. and children...Mr. and Mra.
son Jeffrey, were guests The Searls left last Saturday summer .. .
Ralph Jenkins of Chicago. Mr. and Mr* J. Butler of St. Petersburg. Mr.
Ross' parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Probasco of Bay Manistee, Mich., but planned to stop in East and Mra. H. W. Heeven of Indianapolis..Mr and Mrs. T. Coulter of
Boulevard Anna Maria. Lansing where they will visit relatives and friendsfor Sudbury Mlll.hr>rn Ont..Mr.IIIA and Mrs. Paul Etter and Mr. and Mr*. Claude Smith of

JUDGE AND MRS. WILLIAM HAHN of Schenectady a few weeks.

N. Y. are spending several weeks at their home on MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ZIMMERMAN Oneonta

70th Street Holmes Beach. They have as guests their N. Y., and sons Stephen and Charles have been guestsof ;' .

daughter, Mrs. Richard Proebstle, and daughters Mrs. Zimmerman's parents Mr. and Mrs. John W. 3 'auty SaloNC
Betsy and Susan. Other guests have been Judge Hahn's Gray of 306 66th Street, Holmes Beach.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spellacy of Jackson- MR. AND MRS. LAYTON GOODMAN of Middletown, l J
Please Call For
ville and N. weeks' the Island. Appointment
Loudonville Y. Ohio are spending a few vacation on

MR. AND MRS. HARRY COLE of Rochester N. Y. I .
are spending the month at 'the Bahia' Mar Cottage I
Tuna Street, Anna Maria. PHELPS NURSERY'f
MR. AND MRS. U. JERONIMO of Cocoanut Avenue, 'C. All Seethe. 0*>.r jt rs

Anna Maria left this week to spend several weeks in Flowering Shrubs Pin A... .t Cr.*cnt, Aim fcUtU T.l. 77V23I1

New York City and vicinity. Accompanying them on the

trip was their granddaughter Miss Cathy Hagermanof & Palms "..................-..-..-.._.
Tampa.MR. ,

Holmes Beach and their daughter returned homea I ?** 74 Place t

few days ago from a two-week vacation in New the island i
York City and vicinity.

: 7 Went 1foast 1''Uegd4

Phone;) 778-1944 CLEANERS fl t recd relax iQ

S340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
(Opposite the Shopping Center) I te' 4Utt I

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Armour Star Sliced Beef Liver- Lb. 49C APRIL.HIGH- -LOW-
ARMOUR STAR SLICED BACON-Lb. 49C 29 Thus 10)24 a* 1.9 11:04 pm 1.6 3:50 on 0.5 4134""' 0.2
Fresh Cut Fryer Breast w/Ribs Lb. 5QC \MATCHING MAY 30 FH 1042am 2.1111S6 pm 1.5 4:14 cis 0.7 StlA p"n 0.1

Fresh Cut Fryer Legs Lb. 49C
III 0. 1 Sot 11:03om 2.3 4:35.. 0.9 6:00 p0.3
Small Lean Spare Ribs Lb. ly: POLKA DOT SHELLS 2 Sv. 1&54WI 1.4 11i29 am 2.5 4:50.. 1.0 6i7.0.4
TableTreat Salad Dressing (w$5 order)Qt. 29f 3..... 1159 em 1.3 12:00 N 2.6 4:50 om 1,1 7,M p- 0.5
SnowKreem Shortening (w/ $5 order) 3# 5QC( 4 T II. 12:37: pm 2.7 -. 8M0.5: .-
Maxwell House Coffee (w$5 order) Lb. 49C White/ & Aqua 8 18Post 9:42p..0.4-6.

Parkay Margarine 4 Lbs. $1.00 paw ---
BlrdsEye Onions (wcream sauce-3 for 990 Office Plaza For COM end Br.ie
t < tofl Beech, odd *.*.* minutes to h1th tide.
BirdsEye Peas & Potatoes w/ cream 250 r readings and .... he", and tli minute to U. tide. reMI"tl.

BirdsEye Peas w/ Pearl Onions 2'C Anna Maria City Lfon Safe Bvaunf-no cost-/front the Anna l/jm luau PcrI

ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778.1925 VLPage



Thursday April 29, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5


ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE K.Green 406 ance I. (Nell Hunt. 199-506, Pat
ClinicA Flrtt place bland Marine Supply D.Carter tOO Flanagan. 506; Uoyd Hanaon, 176,
Fishing .
dropped three polma to Webb' Dave Boozer, 176-312).
Uland Pharmacy In Island Mixed HIGH GAMES(MEN)
free clinic for tarpon F N League action Friday evening, and P. Flanagan 206 LEAGUE STANDINGS
fishermen will be held at V thus had its league lead cut to three B.Hottman 195 Schuchard Plumbing 91
and one-half point. High acore In B.Guild 197 Tropical vista 90
the Civil
Defense audi-
the match were Harvey Meyer, 193. C.Safford 197 Island Marine Supply 84
torium at the Manatee and Frank Davidson, 313. for the F.Mac 196 VanOetenbrldge Builder 73
office winner, and Frank Moc, 196-503 C.Chapman 193 Bay Area Inaurance 71
County building at w for the loaera. H.Meyer 193 Bayou Marina 69
212 Sixth Avenue East Other Korea were Dick Wagner C. Chapman 190 Cray* Econowaah 64
Bradenton at 7:30 N Realty 3. Anna Maria City Pier 1. R. Ferguson 111 Island Bank 39
p.m., (Bud Hottman, 198-J27; Lefty F.Davidson Ill Webb' Island Pharmacy .5
Wednesday, May 5. The r Miller 160-463). Roaer Men'a Club ::50Connld.
clinic will be sponsoredby '* TV 3, Sand Bar I. (Dick HIGH SERIES(MEN) The ISLANDER 49
Connick, 177, Jim Anderson t65; B. Hottman 527 Pete Reynard Restaurant 33.3
the Manatee County Andy Raimuaaen, 179-513). B. Guild 523.
Chapter of the Izaak Bayou Marina 3, Unen Rental 1. C. Chapman 522 TOP TEN GAMES
(Glenn Sifford.197-320;Pat Flanagan. R. Ferguson 322 R.Haynes 221
Walton League of Amer- 206,Chick Chapman.322). G.Safford 320 J.Holmes 220
ica. B k K Hardware 4, Schuchard A. Raamuaien 515 Ramuen 218
Plumbing 0. (Dot Bower, 202-SI3; P. Davidson 515 B.DeVane 212
Dill Cheney, presidentof Bob Guild 197-323). E. Haverkoa Sit E. nradow 208
the Sarasota CountyAnglers' I bland Trader 4, bland Furniture P.Moc 503 B. Thtbodeau 203
Center 0. (Bob Reinel 163-450; Roy P. Flanagan 492 H.Holmes 200
Club, will be Ferguson 1(8-322). E.Schmidt 200
one of a panel of expertsto THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE E.Smalley 200
I LEAGUE STANDINGS Schuchard Plumbing A. M.City Pier H.Nlealo6ed.nl 199
speak and answer ques- II Island Marine Supply 74.S Island Trader Dick Wagner
tions from the floor. The 1 I Webb'*Island Pharmacy 71 Connick' TV69.S Island Marine TOP TEN SERIES
Anna Maria City Pier Sand Bar Bayou Marina R.Haynea 346
Anglers' Club :
runs the Connlck'a TV Service 63.3 B k K Hardware Island Furniture A. Raamu..en 360
annual Sarasota Tarpon a Dick Wagner Realty 63.3 ,Wand Pharmacy Unen Rental C.CarlaonI 342
Tournament I Bayou Marina 62 I I C.Chapman 541
now pro- Schuchard Plumbing 39.3 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE H.Nlealobedikl 541
gress,and the year around 1i I 1I laland Trader 3S.3 Although Schuchard Plumbing tied J. Wulchet 537
Sarasota Game Fish I I Sand BarUland 57 Ita Island Bowling League match with S. Alex 531
II I Furniture Center S3.J VanOatenbrldge Builders Monday eveE..nradow 323
Tournament. B I K Hardware 52 nina It broke I Ilial-pUee He blabs B.Conlon 322
Linen Rental Service 50.5 tap honor by one point. High acore R. Wiggins 519
According to Bob In the match were Ernie Schmidt .
Bender, chairman of the HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) 200, and Steve Ala 531. for I
clinic, there also will be {, D. Bower 302 Schuchard. and Chick Chapman. aon,
D.Davidson 176 and Glenn Carlaon. 195-342,for Van- .z
demonstrations on the ti1I\ J.Safford 175 Oatenbrldg 6-
use of tackle for D. Bower 171 Other scores were Island Bank 3, l a
.' R.HaveikoeB. 170 Tropical Vista I. (Jim Joyce 188.
tarpon fishing.The !: .Carter 169 Jim Ayers, 46); Roger )llaync. 221- NN r
clinic is to DESOTO PRINCESS "MISS MANATEE" P.Hottman 163 3 6K ,. pD. t -
open W.Miller 163 'Island Marine Supply 4,Cray's Econ. \.- c:
the public, and everyone Miss Christine Torgeson of Beach Avenue, Anna P.Moc 163 owaah 0. (John Holmes. 220, Andy '- n '
interested is invited Maria who G. Aldcrton 156 "..mu..n. 960; Emmett Smalley r1 I
to won the title of "Dc Soto Princess" last 200-511). -
attend. month, is one of the entrants in the Miss Manatee HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Bayou Marina 3, Pete Reynard'a 1
00"q'M I. (Ernie Bradow, 208.
competition which will take place in mld-Mav.: Hottman Hank 541 Earl .. '
Senior Republicans P. 435 Nlealubedikl. ; Carter ...... -
J.Safford 421 168. Leon Stafford 4(3k '
A meeting of the Manatee Cub Pack 7 Diocese Convention L. Flans an 420 Roaer Men' Club 3. Webb' Island __"tie' "'tIll.4 ... /I J
R. Havtrko* 419 Pharmacy I. (Boo ItoVane. 212.
County Senior RepublicanClub LScout Pack 7 mel t: Official delegates to the P.Chapman 412 Richard Wlgglni. 519 Dill ThltxxUau. Have a heart Mr.Coi.She'our top
will be held at the last week at Gloria Del l 43rd convention of the 1.. Meyer 411 303-488. Russell King, 488k bowler and *h.. '* retting up for the
match !
D.Davidson 407 The ISLANDER 3, Day Artaln.ur- tonight.
Cortez Room of the Church. Plans were made Episcopal Diocese' of

William Tally House at for a trip to Fairyland ir I South Florida, to be heldin

Cortez Plaza at 7 p.m., Tampa, June 19, as a pic Orlando, May 10-12, Bill Stewart I
Tuesday, May 4. nic for Cubs and families, will be the Rev.Gerald K. MARY'SSERVICE

Mrs. Helene Morris, Reservations for a rec- Lowe, Ed Lee, H.B. Dab- PHOTOGRAPHERSTUDIO
Republican National Com- ognition dinner for Cub I cock and B.C. Booth from

mitteewoman, will speakat Scout officers must be, the Church of The Annun-

the meeting. The publicis made by May 19. The ciation. The Rt. Rev.

invited to attend the dinner will be served ai t Henry Louttit, Bishop of Mary VerMett 7781384A
meeting, and to meet with the cafeteria at BayshoreJr. the Diocese, will preside.Mrs. .

members from 5:30 to 7. High School May 27. Babcock, Mrs. Lee COMPREHENSIVE,
Cafeteria food service is All dens displayed plants I and Mrs. Booth will attend
provided in the Cortez they had grown,and hand- the annual meeting of the 3301-3rd Aw."e WealBrodenton ALMOST UNLIMITED PERSONAL AND
Room. Prospective members icraft items made during Diocesan organization of EMERGENCY SERVICE FOR ISLANDERS
especially Invited. the month. Episcopal Churchwomen.
Have Your PAINTING NeedA
For the most efficient help for any jobCall
Done Rubber Stamp?
By EXPERTS! Mary VcrMctt 778-1384 or 778-2876

HARRY M. RIFE We'll) be gladto Wt will sir,, ,.. fr flid .... oJy who will.

order it for you!


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Our free pick-up and delivery service is a WKKKDELICIOUS

Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc. real boon in many of our cimtomcrH these
days--an hour or HO saved, especially for

HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE those of you preparing for the trip north,
means a little more time In the sun, or
FrfriHIahrH 1908 gathering shells or (UGMt!) house cleaning.

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H[ 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 29, 1965CHURCHES

LEGAL NOTICES Missionary To Speak At RoserMrs.

ST. BERNARD MISSION Sealed INVITATION bids will be TO received BID the Lillian Dickson Missionary to Formosa, will

(CATHOLIC) City Office of Bradenton Beach FlorIda be speaker at the morning worship service at
Re*. Franc/a F. Wekalller for the repair of City Street. guest
being approximately 12.065 square Roser Memorial Community Church at 9 a.m., pbl ,
UASS-SUNDAY & 10 am yards with 1". typo 2. plant mix, Sunday May 2. sk ,
WEEKDAYS I am surface coat. Location of streets maybe ,
HOLY DAYS 9 am & 6 pm obtained from mo City Clerk at Mrs. Dickson carries on a one-woman campaignthat
ROSARY & BENEDICT1ON- 207 First Street North from I A.M.to borders on the unbelievable, to improve the lot
WEDNESDAYS Monday through Friday.Bids
7130 paHenrey Noon.
Mea eclol Church must be on a yard basis and date of the sick, the poor, the uneducated, the orphan.She .

( ...- .....lnetl.*...) of City completion reserves must the right bo specified.to reject The all went to Taiwan with her husband in 1927, and M

Braa'entea BeeehR bids or any pan. Bias must be received except for a forced leave during World War II, has

... A. W. Si.M* at the ::79gflC' not later been there ever since. Her present work started after
than Noon May td
THURSDAY City of Bradenton Beach the war when the Dicksons found a widespread

SUNDAY 7iOO pm Social Hour City Sophia ClarkINVITATION L. Carothers underground Christian movement had swept throughthe

9tlS am Sunday School mountains of Formosa resulting in more than

10130 am Worship Service TO BID 4,000 converts. The movement, which had been ?
WEDNESDAY Sealed bid will be received at the
7:00 pm Choir Practice City Office 01 Bradenton Beach FlorIda carried on by a 58-year-old Chinese woman, had .: ..'J t*'t i.t: y.a
CkHeHee Sel... Service at 207 First Street North for flourished despite the active opposition of the ;

A. M. ..- ., ...... the Alr-Condltlonlng follo,11Approxim.tely Units-Wall Type for Japanese army of occupation which ruled Formosa

sUNDAYs 3500 BTU until the end of the war.
ttOO am Sunday Sorvlca Approximately 12,000 BTU MRS. LILLIAN R. DICKSON
well of the
For further Information see City Dr. Dickson although was
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Clerk at City Office from 8 A.M. to needs of the mountain people of Formosa, was
ft... L.* Holltfl. PaiUr Noon, Monday through Friday. Bids great wards. In addition, Mrs. Dickson has revolutioned the I
THURSDAY must be received by Noon. May 3. busy with his work as principal of the Taiwan government operated leprosarium and has vastly

7l30 pm School of Missions 1963. The City reserves the right to Theological College. improved conditions for its more than 1,000 formerly
all bids in full
!i30 pm Church Choir accept or reject or
her work letters
FRIDAY I3iOO part. Mrs. Dickson began by writing to poorly tended inmates.

pm Jr. GA City of Bradenton Beach friends in the United States, describing her mountain Everyone is invited to attend the service to hear
7130 pm School of Missions Sophia L. Carothers
SUNDAY City Clerk people, their staunch Christianity, their needs and her Mrs. Dickson's talk about her experiences.
BUS am Sunday School hopes.

lOiOO 5130 pm am Chapel Worship Choir Service The City INVITATION of Anna TO Maria BID, Florida, Without a dime to pay for them she placed orders

6130 pm Worship Service will accept bids for approximately for materials and drugs, selected a site for her first For Mother's Day .
MONDAY-FRIDAYI 200 feet of seawall In accordancewith
Christian Home W.k-Empha- specifications In the City ordinance mountain clinic, rounded up volunteer helpers doc-
sising "Uvlna at Hom." at the end of Oak Avenue and tors and nurses. Soon gifts of money and clothing UNIQUE ARRANGEMENTS
Reset Meewrlel ChurchMe the end of Chllson Avenue. Bid must
from the United States. She wrote
be In the City Office by Noon May 3, coming Mode of our superior permanent flower
( D.n../ .....
w- ) rom $175
1963 and will be opened at the more letters, launched more projects and refused to 4 birds in select pieces of driftwood. |
..... Richard K.
Wiaaliie regular meeting of the Board of
1963 take no for an answer. Local Deliveries
PesterTHURSDAYl CommUsloners May 3. at
7,30 P.M. Her work has resulted In more than 100 new stone

3iOO pm Cherub Choir Princes V.Maxon churches which also serve as schoolrooms; church driftwood galleries
City Clerk
4iOO pm Cantos Choir
of Anna Maria Florida kindergartens for more than 5,000 a
7130 pm Senior Choir _City youngsters;
Cortez Rd. and 60th St. W. Ph. 746.3515
FRIDAY school at Hwalien for 60 aborginal boys of high
4tOO Uembershlp Preparatory INVITATION TO BIP
Class The City of Anna Maria Florida school age, where farming, animal husbandry and

Family Campout will accept bids for llmerock and trades are taught; a similar school for girls, where
SUNDAYS asphalt seal on streets and flares as
9iOO am Worship Service per list available in the City Office. 90 students at a time are Instructed in housekeeping,
lOiOO am Sunday School Bid must be In by Noon. May 3. child 'I1'Ie' Tc4a'14ee.
7100 pm Sr.Youth Fellowship 1965 and will be opened at the regular care, hygiene, cooking and sewing; a teacher s .
MONDAY meeting of the Board Commissioners training school at Koan-san which has already
9l30 am Deaeaneaa ....tint May 3. 1963 at 7:30 P.M. graduated several hundred; ten clinics serving 2 8,000patients
lOiOO am Rebecea Group Mrs. France V. Maxon
Gene Co* City Clerk a month, a TB sanatorium and four maternity .We Wcwe Tel
TUESDAY 7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 _City of Anna Maria Florida ..

lOiOO am Ruth Croup, Urs.
6i30 James Ward Couple's Club UNCLASSIFIEDc GARBAGE PICKUPIn 2 Licensed Agents


7130 pm Church Council I i-SUG-sO. .1.1...
Church of Th. Annunciation Monthly Chargt-PER UNIT:
BELOW MARKET Choice Canal-
(EpI.copal) front iota on 77th Street 4000.72nd First Can-$2.25-Each Additional Can-$1.00 5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
Re* CeraM K. Lowe, Rector Street 4000. 59th Street 4000. S% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
Also Ideal Motel Site approximately Tlcfcafi may be purchased at B & K Hardware 778.1022 778.2009
THURSDAY 103x230 feet half block to Gulf.
9lOO am Holy Eucharist2nd Price 16500. Want $10.000 offer.
SlOO am Holy Eucharist Estate Broker 1 16-Slst Street
10130.. Family Eucharist 6
,Seraant Church School \f21e 1Pt N V: nlce Gey lot
Gloria Dol Lutheran Church FREE ESTIMATES '
R.v. Letter M. Uti, Factor Phone: 74ft-7076 Telephone -
SUNDAY CE.AMNAMARIAi Beautiful 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 PLAN
high dry corner lot, 100x120 Including -
9llS am Sunday School !MXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG.
boat slip on canal. One block
I0i30 am Worship Service
to City Pier and beach. Zoned restdentlal. .
11130 am Choir Rehearsal
Paved street city water. H
Make offer terms. Call Owner 778- ERNIE'S
1447. or 206-Vith St..Holmes teach
You or Your Car ANYWHERE. Call
FOR RTNTi Two-Bedroom CotUge; :
In Holmes Beach. Full Garage with OEVELOPINCi 24 HOURS

shop; telephone; radiant heat and air Color & Black and Whit.
conditioner. Close to private beach.

June to November. Phone 7781881. I 48 HRS. -Slid.. 4 Movie. t a '
FOR SALEi Baby Crib$23 Builnet, *
,. r Mr $8. Mrs. Hugh Holmes 5307 Sunrise
Lane Holmes Beach.Telephone:778- ( brought In by 1 p.m.)

k RENTi :2 Bedroom Hume w/ -
Electric Kitchen Jalousie Porch. 125 Bridge Street : \ :
Overlooking Gulf. $150, Winter BRADENTON BEACH
Seifon. Tampa 232-6774.
FOR SALEt :20-inch, 2; speed [anT 771.1185
like new. $10.430: -63rd Street.Phone
WANTED: 3; BeOroom Hume do*.
to Gulf in Holmes Beach. June 13-
August IS. Call 746-9110 after I\p.m. 1
FOR :SAUEi 19-lout Lightning 54U ELGIN
Boat with motor. $800. 301.1\I.r
t Water Softeners
HOll eMi.ch.Ith : ROYALEi Non-
wMrf root corner lot across the street and Filters o
from Bar and Boat Basin.Undcrprtceaai I II II II
I3.960, caan. M AH All REAL ES9 -
LECTOMS. Come in and let us fill I
thoce empty spaces In your album.
W* carry a supply for every collector. ... I., M ,...11...
You're welcome to come In a bro_*. ... .... w..seAssis.
M. L. 1403-l of Sf. W, 'n'"n'747-15l. &._
WANTED TO RENTJ December lo 7445142I'

May.-I or 2 Bedroom on Gulf. "..1- ... A.I. .
dent, Not Tourist. E. R. Dennlaton. 771.4M #.l'' _f5C "
n JRTi-iJKtDJ8*ach- -
ALTERATIONS on all kl-S.ulCloch. '
Ing. Also Dreaamaktni. Drape..Mr*. ROY M. PHilLIPS
hank P.ard. Phone 771-14JI. -...
FOR SALEi -rm. Home. 5.JXJ.For .---

UncU Sam Nor Rents the,,-.h 3-rm._PAee.77A.114)Ap s. Yearly?_rates. LEGAL NOTICE + The 1965 WASHER The 1965 DRYER

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE M COUNTY MAMA na mocrs COUNTY couar .a--UL...... ......... iss4 M <

still n*.ds MOWING EDGING ETC. STATI Tocaurrou OfmoejDANOTICB .__-......... Iris4 ttr.weed.... ... ......:.

KEN FELLOWS T. AD CrMIIDn Legs-se.d.aws4..s ...-ewer wear 15mmr....itw ems b..........

*.. All PsooaVWisgOaiaM or ..w..r.......-.... 9sp4 s.- else 1.- masse .....
you Phone 771-2194 after 4 P. M. Daauaoa.W5st OM Batas* of RUBT I ................... di..
tOBUtn., dateless
-wMs wsdnarm-s. ,......... i.w .......
Yaw sat each at ym. are herebyaaunea I
YEARLY RENTi |7J Per MontbUnfurnished -- .... .....r we 1Mas
2-Bedroom InAnna *a.rea lrea 10 nit aay da.ItIeeM ....
Maria. Apartment ar 41sma... efcfca yam. or ..... atre ..sass. prowernes
CtllOwnyr 7JH1Q> .. .'
Ivy U. S. Savin** lend WANT-tO TO BUY) All U. 5. Coins. *. .., asvs acaiaot dM .,taws of
Gold.; Currency, or Foreign Coins of Busy W. ROe&a rs.Mcw. atuiisi c..r,. Florida .4* dMHaanriHs
any Country, or old Medals. Token.
to prefect your country' etc.: Byron BUarre Bazaar 1 03I4tri token A. fclcker. '....11I
Si. Woo Bradenton. Pk.747.ISI6._ Cavary Jml..'* Cart taaa<.. --
future and provide for IT. norwa, M his office la DM Cowl
House ef eM Coaaty, e ,*la *U se/
ciliMir ..... frost ate tus ef dM Z t Furniture
your own U.S. SAYINGS Rim naVtonna at eta settee.Herbert J. Howtre.. & ApplianceYour

Ancillary 1 Kaacatar at the
Tae VJI O.rowsaf wet p.r far Satan at K ky W. Roe-
9's ad.*rN.1y. TA. :::. ., D.p.rf ana, Dsceeaed Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sties f, Service Dealer
mtnli fAisle f.. ......... UW.Hawty
JI' .r CMC ..... end IA/ pall.. P.O. Boar.

J @ ..,,lee ./.' !A*.' r.trt ttf # .Anomey,......for.. Flores Satst* 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267Page

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April 29, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7I


I EUctriccICntr N.ws.s suIt.hle ..,1I1..4
L ct'fs cll..o .w4 __,.,.....
INSURANCE COMPANY Gulf Orlv .t Pin AVMW I... .II.... A44I.I. i
SiiKt 1197Ptot.ct L. (ROY) FERGUSON. 1..1"........Twstwonby. .
PHONESt D. 77S-2I43 '
Vow Reel ,.,.,. //i,.ilm.*, Nlfkt 77t.2059 NORMAN ROSEDALEAwn.
Slit 12th St. W.,t IIADCNTON. FLA. ,..... 743-434 a \nw di.7J 77t'14IO

Gtorg Wof -REALTY

2 Bedroom BargainLarge ItlanJ. Shopping Cents
Livingroom and Dining Area c...C.We...!......Bi.fc.t
Extra Large Florida Room AU.M P...,A..*ci...
Carport and Utility Room

I ONLY $11,500 h.M Francis Livingston, RealtorIs
$800 List t... ,,,...t liiNlif Lou 111.
Orifinl Price $15,000 pleased to announce that

JOHN B. PROTHERO Home on Beach Avenue, Anna Maria, which was Ned Leigh is now associatedwith
Rtfisttrri 1..1! Estate Irtktr-SiUs ft Rtitils purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Winslowof her office as salesman.
Essex Conn. from Mrs. Norma Torgeson of Anna
116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach Maria. Transaction was negotiated by Jack Marshall,
Realtor, of Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) 5901 GULF DRIVE, ANNA MARIA

YES, believe it or not,
fro.JACK'S WE have over 5 Acres of Canalfront ., leiJaltor
which could be into 18 lots.

$17,000 TERMS ""' Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA'

Let-Ose luck Ir.. IMC EXCLUSIVE LISTING New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank
SO 140 Ztiri Diilii $2,250 Will CttpirtU with tthtr luktrs Large Store Space-Night Humiliation-

FIX IT UPA Gtrtnrit ltosiimt Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor
big old frame house with worlds of space, *'* Information Eve
/ REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER A" Call 778-2663 778-1464
needs a little fixing and paint. Has modern
apartment attached. J f Fran Maxon, Associate )
STEAL IT fir $7,500 MA tUILDmG PHONE TTt-l
N:1fV:\ ANNA "' PLMIOA ;,'./'
A I..., CHI! Lit 72 x 147 ..
Flit Suwill All hr $3,750
5.. 533 l.y ItftU Drift
With ... ll| WiUr VUw MODEL
New Op.i ftr tasptctlci -

fk JACK MARSHALL Rtiltor ....

MAM Building 778-2814 Anna Maria SEE -. .....,.

5400 Gulf DriveGULF

$3.284 Down Including HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA FRONT ApartmentsOn

Closing Costs Anna Maria Island

$78.82 Per Month flnna [Maria Island For The Discriminating Purchasers

Who Arc Looking For Enjoyable Living

THE GARDEN SPOT of And Freedom From Care .
4 _
Many Advantages To Be FoundAt

This Most Desirable Gulf Front

Location Within Walking Distance

r;; 14eE m FLINTY OP COOO. ..onL .. Of Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .
MILES' OF LOVELY Sales Representatives Are
V/2 Blocks To Beach
WHITE SAND REACHES! Available Daily At The ApartmentsThey
Central Heat
Air Conditioning Will Be Glad To Explain To You

2 Bed, 2 Bath, GarageTile The Several Favorable Purchase Plans


Other Information At Model OR PHONE

Homes On KEY ROYALE \[mmmmmcnfmofi[ [ ( f J


P. O. BOX 1152


Page* THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 29, 1965. -

SHOP -Island I I Shopping S h P Center t r -

AT HOME [iW To Mother with Love...
UiIMI me. .
'( TO ORDER -*** .
f" .

F- d 4e4 'B
New Bed Spreads

Flower ArrangementsMany .ddd4.... Lending Library
(j(, SA/y .d Ms Dwt1C'-
Other ItemsTo
Choose FromNEW

1965 AS LITTLE AS $138.88with A Gift for Mother..


\ 5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's SUMMER HOURS Cool I Sleeveless Blouses* ;J

:' PHILCO I Exclusive 5 year Warranty We will close at
I on the Complete Air Conditioner by
ALSO- NOON on Wednesdayand r

at 3 o'clock on Saturdayuntil la4 1Itadatttle
See Our NEW shipment of
further notice
The BEST in TV by &


ISLAND TV 7781703Corner 778-1771 Days 9Je,

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. [STANMMJ 778.1440 Nights
HOLMES BEACH Summer Dresses

j PITTSBURGH AAA Service Full Time Mechanic Shifts Sportswear
LINGERIE by K :e'ot4
.n nuUeturia Sw.......ItoUll Price Uf4Vl
Call 778-2012
HOUSE PAINTContains .e S.dtM4Plumbing

specially treated Oil Contractor IJ ./J'. G

to help prevent crackingand 5306 Holmes Boulevard ... '. ,;"" ,
peeling Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs L.y.w1 .'..:. ,....
$ C98 I Plan ...-,,.." 778-1161
ONLY v per gallon ____ LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778.1472
White & ready-mixed body colors Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows, FRESH MILK DAILY
Maestro & trim colors extra Fans Hospital Beds GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
.. leach Sipplits lie HANDY DANDYOPEN

778-1131 Our 7A.M.-11P.M.
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BachManatee
favorite E. U.I..U..Y

rubberBay..Jlreagnsurance lEACH LIQUOR STORE

YOU.. liNG, 778-2023 I-WE--..IIIIIG..-.."-
.W" k----G----: The House ;
a In GIN &
3 for $10.00 : Courtesy :Fifths
E tBACEe ; SJ.99
F C EM In The New _

t Style Bottle ; J ; VODKA
Qt 3.99
Philadelphia \
{\ mm
"BLEND" : ZI 5 ImportedMany
3 for $10.00 |: N C Y 5co ch

BEER ; Let Us Fill fifth 14:4: ?
County Water ( Guinness Stout: ALL : Varieties
Company Canadian |Your Party : WINE
(INCOUOtATtO I ) Ace Bock :; Needi : Champagne
r.ii.us OIfkt: Falstaff! Beer &Mixes
Shopping Ctnfer Ho...... l.. Wt Cover The ENTIREr Islund
Telephone 778-2022_ Wednesday & Saturday at noon