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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: May 6, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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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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No. 704 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1965 :: TEN CENTS

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Y Alderman Jack Neal reported undertaken by a munici-
to Tuesday's pality.
meeting of the Holmes Twist said he was opposed -
Beach Board of Aldermenthat to the city under-
an extensive surveyof taking such commercial
all signs In the city had venture. He agreed,
been made. however, that the city
Neal said that a committee needed a sewage disposal
headed by himself had system.
made a list of all signsIn Alderman John Holmes
j''
} violation of the city said that If the city did

sign ordinance. Violators not undertake such a
will be notified and given central system, the Island -
4th 30 days to correct the Shopping Center was .
violations. considering a private installation -
1f. Signs still in violation and that eventually -
after the 30-day period there might be a
.Y tw will be removed by the number of separate
city. plants.
Neal also reported that The matter was tabled
his committee had tried for further study.
unsuccessfully to have Mayor Twist said the
some of the merchants in budget for the fiscal year
the Island Shopping Center would be ready for dis-
remove trash from the cussion at the June 1
rear of their stores. Violators meeting of the board. No
will be given 15' other meeting Is scheduled -
days to clear the areasin for May or June.

question. lie called attention A request from Key
to the provisionsof Royale, Inc. for a changein
a. the city ordinance, zoning to allow sub-
.. which provides for fines dividing of a parking area
....... -
from ly
for into
$ to $100 violations home ites wan ap-
Nomad Motel at 68th Street and Gulf Drive, Holmes John Beckett, trustee for the b.1nkruptestateofMr. and said summonses proved.A .
Beach, purchased this week by Howard L.Meyers II and Mrs. Jean-Paul St. Laurent, who formerly would be issuedto bill for $32 from
of Buffalo, N. Y. The transaction was negotiated by owned the property. (ISLANDER PHOTO) violators at the end Manatee County Supervisor -

of I 15 days. of Voters Mabel

Water CoMiaMy To Use Manatee Yacht Club Plans A proposed sewage disposal Davis was approved for
More BuildingBuilding for the
I Approved Board system payment. The bill watt
By business district of the for the use of voting ma-

C..t, Water Whei Avfilible ing $191,540 permits were issuedon total- Plans for the rebuildingof city was discussed. chines at the city. **recent
Elmer I
Mayor G. Twist municipal election.An .
the Island Pete Holmes
during April,
When water from the Mayor Meyer reportedthat an increase of $77,735 Beach Yacht Club Restau- said he had been advisedby ordinance requiring;
Manatee County dam pro- after six months of over those issued In April, rant were approved by the letter from a Uradcnton screens or fences between
engineering firm that commcrlcal and residential
ject becomes available on the current fiscal year, 1964. Holmes Beach Board of
the Island the Island the finances state funds for such a proportion was read
city's
are Anna Maria City, the Aldermen Tuesday eve-
Water Co. will it. In system might be avail- for the first time and
use good shape, and that only Island city to showa ning.
able If the
Mayor Harvey G.Meyer there probably will be a decrease Issued per- According to Hugh G. project were passed.
of Anna Maria City told considerable surplus at mits for one new Holmes of the Holmes
the city commission at the end of the year. He residence, $12,000, and Construction Co.,general Island Spring Bird Coot TotalsThe 1

its regular monthly meet- said that $1,938 In taxes repairs and alterationsof contractor for the Job,
Ing Monday evening that was still outstanding.City $3,250, compared to following approval of the eleventh annual birds, etc. showed only a
he and Mayor Elmer G. Treasurer Mrs. $42,653 worth of permitsIn plans, construction on the spring bird count was relatively small de-
Twist of Holmes Beach Frances Maxon reporteda 1964. restaurant would start taken on the Island on crease.
had conferred recentlywith total of $29,418.87 on Homes Beach issued Immediately. He set July Apr. 17.This There has as yet beenno
Mrs. Francis Karel hand. permits for four new 31 as a tentative date for Is the only count scientific reason given
principal owner of the Commissioner Gene Cox residences, $79,000; one completion.Holmes held on the west coast for the drastic reductionIn
water company, and the reported the Installation apartment building, $23- applied for a during the spring migra- the migrators, but the
company's attorney. of safety ladders and life 000; two stores, $58,000; building permit showing tion period and has fear la growing that the
Three bids for paving belts at the City Pier. a swimming pool, $3,500; the cost of the building to attracted considerable late Rachel Cauon'aprophe8Y
city streets were tabled The city's annual con- a seawall, $1,548, and be $50,000, exclusive of Interest from the National of a "SilentSpring"
pending further Investigation tribution of $1,000 to the remodeling valued at $3516 ,- the kitchen and sewage and Florida Audubon because of the
by the commission.The Island Youth Center will for a total of treatment plant. officials. However, lam indiscriminate use of the
bids were submittedby be paid this month. It was $168,564, an Increase of Plans for the new build- year and again even more modern Insecticides,
Dunn Construction Co. included in thecitybudgetIn $101,914 over the April, ing call for an additional: so this year, there has deadly to birds an well as
of Sarasota, and General October. 1964 total of $66,650. 3,000 square feet of floor been a very marked decrease Insects, la coming true.
Asphalt Co., and Curry'Turner Commission voted to In Bradenton Beach permits pace. In the number of Participant from the
Construction Co. write a letter of appreciation were issued for 13 The new building will species and Individuals Island were: Mrs. J.
both of Bradenton.A to Mrs. James additions, $ ,858, and ten replace the popular eating among the smaller Hartley Blackburn, JohnE.
nuisance ordinancewas Stephens for a birdbath repairs, $1,868, a total place which was destroyedby migratory birds, panicularly Holme III, Mr. and
passed as an emer- which she gave for the of $7,726, up $3,224 over fire on the early morning ) so among the Mr*. Charles II. Hurd
gency measure and Its Community House. April, 1964. of Mar. 18. warblers. The Sarasota Mr. and Mr*. S. Abbott
provisions will be effective bird people, although they Hutchlnjion, Mr. and Mr*.
It hold no organized count, R. Morgan, Munru Neal
immediately. .
penalties for provides acts ...... ,. ....... ., report a similar situation. and Mr. and Mr*. ClydeP.
1 ,. ., 90 From the
which threaten the health, "\ ..... -tj I Only species were Phclp
welfare or safety of the '" ..... Identified thin year a* Manatee County Audubon
.. r.4 against a maximum of Society of llradvnton
city or its residents. .' .[.. .r....
Commission voted to -," .." a 131 In 1959.Numbers participant were Mr.
: of both our and Mr*. A. C. BreCtle,
for
readvertise bids for .
Installation of 200 feet j. ; 1 J. shore and wading bird John W. Cairn, Mr*.
and our resident perching Helen Dodd and Man
of seawall at the ends of "S ;(:' .
birds, such as mockingbirds Mary Miller.
Oak and Chilson Avenues, ;, r '
75 feet of which la to be '.,; r ;"\ cardinal, bl ck- (Continued on Page :2)
"i. .
paid for by the city, and :" ...
the balance be for .. ,, ..
to paid .. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
by owners of private }.. 'to'
property. The only bid .. ". *...* R.J,.t,,JII I
." T.sp.
received, from Robert ok .A- tI. I. .. T_,.........
.. -... .
Lewis of Cortez, was re- ." ." r
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..
.. '""" t. .w H 4 mm MI I,K
jected. ,
A resolution by the Island .. : :Tf.. '" __ '. .\ Apr. 27- -77 H4 80 86 79 N/ne
\ '
Garden Club was "" ,..-!.. .'. 11. Apr. 28--7U 79 76 80 80 None
.
'. ...r.. : .y
read. It asked the cityto 40/ J- .. .-____ .. Apr. 29--70 72 64 73 71 N'jne
remove any signs '. ; ._ # y Apr. W-66 75 66 77 75 None
which are In violation of .J : May 1--70 79 76 78 76 None

me city ordinances. The ". '. May 2--72 77 79 80 76 None
matter was referred tome .t 4 -r May 1--74 78 76 81 76 None
building Inspector. THI ISLAND'S ONLY VATItFALL (/.1..4.. 1s...)



2 THE ISLANDER Thursday,May 6t; 1965)

ISLAND SPRING BIRD COUNT .
QK (Continued from Page 1)
eKe Loon 1 Chimney Swift 2
by THE EDITORSome Brown Pelican 199 Flicker 13
Man 'O War 4 Red Bellied

of our correspondents in Northern New York Great Blue Heron 21 Woodpecker 22
State, a little unhappy at having to leave the Islanda Great White Heron 1 Red Headed
few days ago to get back to breadwinning in that Common Egret 11 Woodpecker 1 7 +
northern climate, sends us a list of temperaturesfor Snowy Egret 22 Downy Woodpecker 3
Apr. 30, last Friday. Underlined in red are the Cattle Egret 8 Eastern Kingbird 6
highs for New York Cityonthatday(80)( ), Schenectady Louisiana Heron 5 Grey Kingbird 19
(72), and Tampa ((77)). A note along the edge of the Little Blue Heron 14 Crested Flycatcher 19
asks What's hot about Florida Green Heron 14 Phoebe 2
clipping so tempera- Common sight along the Island beaches are gulls
Night Heron 3 Barn Swallow 18
tures 7''Shucks gathering to enjoy bread being thrown them by local
Yellow Crested Martin 7
Night Purple
we were caught in a cold front that day. bird lovers. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Heron 5 Blue 34
And what our correspondents failed to mention was Jay
that the same clipping showed a low for the day in White Ibis 3 Fish Crow 48
Schenectady, of 42 degrees, while on ol* Anna Maria Mottled Duck 8 Carolina Wren 6
Island the low for the day was in the mid-sixties. Lesser Scaup 35 Mockingbird 195 gil ee"s" andCockle
Red Breasted Catbird 13

One of the insidious features of automation is that Merganser 157 Brown Thrasher 7
the machines which are gradually but relentlessly Pigeon Hawk 1 Loggerhead Shrike 12 shells
replacing people do the jobs for which they are Sparrow Hawk 1 Starling 131
designed so much better than they can be done other- Clapper Rail 1 White Eyed Vireo 1 And HOW does garden
your grow?
wise. Snowy Plover 13 Black Whiskered

In the newspaper world, the head of a typographersunion Ringed Plover 25Wilson's Vireo 2 Have you considered taking gardenias from your
in New York City recently was quoted as saying Plover 11 Black & White Anna Maria garden to your friends in the north?
that a computer built for setting type can set 15,000 Black Bellied Plover 97 Warbler 3 They are very good travelers if you pick them the
lines per hour, and set them better than the most Whimbrel 1 Parula Warbler 1 day before, place them in a pan of water in the
skilled human typesetter, who at best can set only Ruddy Turnstone 42 Yellow Warbler I refrigerator overnight, and pack them quickly the
.* 300 lines in the same length of time. Spotted Sandpiper 9 Cape May Warbler 1 morning you leave. If you line the box with foil and
The latest example of automation to attract our Willet 165 Prairie Warbler 23 place moist cotton strips over the rows of stems,
attention recently is a Rube Goldberg used by the Knot 25 Palm Warbler 44 you can place many flowers in a small box. Cover
State Road Department to paint lines in the centerof Least Sandpiper 71 Yellowthroat 3 well with foil to keep out the heat and place them on
our highways. This contraption went by our office Dunlin 5 Redstart 1 the back seat or the floor of the car. Under the rear
last week with all systems GO,and painted an arrow- Dowitcher 73 Meadowlark 2 hood it's just too hot. They can be sprinkled with
straight line down the center of Pine Avenue while Semi-Palmated House Sparrow 202 water when you reach a motel, and iced if they needto
traveling about 30 miles per hour. In addition to the Sandpiper 9 Bobolink 1 be refreshed. The surprise and delight of your
operator of the vehicle, the only human we saw aboard Sanderling 133 Red Wing Blackbird 300 northern friends will make the effort worthwhile.
was a young man on the stern deck. His job seemedto Herring Gull 30 Orchard Oriole 1 I tried this and my friend said she felt absolutely
be to drop blocks on the painted lines to warn Ring-Billed Gull 191 Baltimore Oriole 1 vulgar to have so many gardenias at one time.ti .
motorists off the lines until they had a few minutes in Laughing Gull 399 Boat Tailed Grackle 1
which to dry. Forster Tern 56 Common Grackle 75
Isn't It possible that some men, more at home in Common Tern 1 Cardinal 39
matters of technology than the rest of us, are Roseate Tern 1 White Eyed Towhee 18
inexorably doing everyone else--and eventually Least Tern 25 Savannah Sparrow 2
themselves..out of their means of livelihood? Royal Tern 52 Parakeet 2 )
Black Skimmer 99 Total: 90 Species

At the Anna Maria City Pier, overhead wires Mourning Dove 176 3,605 Individuals .
which carry electricity and telephone service to Chuck-Will's-Widow 1 Species seen during week
the concession stand are so thickly festooned with Ground Dove 39 but not on day of count:
hooks, lures, sinkers, floats and pieces of line Horned Owl 1 Oven bird and Black Poll Perhaps the simplest method of propagating plantsis
that one span of the wires appears from a distanceas Nighthawk 1 Warbler. by airlayering and most of us have tried it at one
if it were covered with Spanish moss. OIL ON TROUBLED WATERSRecent time or another. Sometimes the roots formed as
*
they should and at other times, the area where the
Our good friend and photographer, Rene Redon reports of spots of heavy oil on some of the bark was removed just became a massive scar.
has done an outstanding bit of public service by mid-Island beaches have led to some correspondence Ferd Rechnitzer helped me solve this problem by
arranging the gift of a large number of woodcutsto between Chairman Dan McClure of the Manatee suggesting I use a single edge razor blade insteadof
the art department of Manatee Junior College. County Commission and the United States Coast Guard a knife. The ring of bark, if cut by a razor bladeis
., in Tampa. Printed below are copies of a letter to a clean cut and the cambium layer comes off with
McClure from the Coast Guard, and from McClureto the bark. The blade is very sharp so not only is there
(f Mayor Harvey Meyer of Anna Maria. Residentsare less injury to cause scar tissue but airlayering is
asked to read both and to report immediately done in about half the time. Another suggestion made
any further findings of oil on the beaches. by John Ottley, an experienced propagator, was to
<,. ..EoA: acii make the lower cut first when airlayering oleanders
\
I ( '- Dear Chairman McClure: or plants which have a milky sap. When the upper
c"- ::::::>
C-,= ....-. =::=:?) Your letter of 19 April concerning oil pollutionoff ring is made, you then have a clean surface and can
Anna Maria Island has been forwarded to this sec what you're doing. If you haven't tried an air layer,
office by the Coast Guard Base in St. Petersburg you've missed a real thrill. After removing a oneinchor
for our action. ( so) ring of bark at the point where the roots arc
+y ? You know, of course that all Coast Guard units wanted, apply a little plant hormone powder, wrap a
are especially vigilant to detect Incidents of oil handful of well moistened but not dripping sphagnum]
pollution and to enforce the various federal laws moss around the ring, and tie a wrapper of aluminum]
4 prohibiting such pollution in our navigable waters foil above and below the moss to retain the moisture.
and off our shorelines. This office is presently (The garden supply stores also have kits which includea
boarding approximately 80 per cent of all petroleum- plastic wrapper with hormone and fungicide impregnated .
carrying vessels and 60 per cent of all freighters in the plastic.) After several weeks (maybe six)
which enter this port. One purpose of this boarding the roots will develop in the moss and the branch can
is to examine the vessel for evidence of oil pollution.In be severed. Keep the newly rooted and potted plants |
short, there is a continuing effort being made by in the shade for a time until the roots are fully
Coast Guard forces to detect and penalize those established. It's much more exciting to have a
4)) isL responsible for water pollution.As large plant in two or three months than to wait a year
you may realize, this task is formidable. All for a small cutting to show growth. This is the best
too often when Coast Guard units do not make the time of the year to alrlayer, so why not try it?
.
original discovery, a case of pollution is not reportedto
L the proper authorities in sufficient time to afford Merc's a sillyl Stop me If you've heard ill (As if
hope of detection of the offender. In this connection you could.) Why are women like trees? They do a
It is imperative that the closest Coast Guard unit strip tease in the fall, wear bare limbs all winter,
be contacted immediately when pollution is dis put on a new outfit in the spring, and live off the
covered. Of course, the most valuable information old sap all summer. Anon. (It MUST be spring!
would be the name of the vessel known to be or .
suspected of being the offender. See you next week.
This office will continue its efforts to curtail such --.GINNIEII
violations of federal law. It is hoped that the coopera-
tion of you and the residents of Holmes Beach will "

help make this continuing effort rewarding. Vrete left to me to decide whether we

JOHN D. ROBERTS should have a government without newspaper,
Commander, USCG or newspapers without a government I should
Captain of the Port "
not hesitate a moment to prefer the Utter.

Dear Mayor Meyer: Thomas Je f//RSas, 1799
For your information, we are enclosing a copy
of letter received from the United States Coast
Guard, replying to our letter of April 19thconcerning The Is ajsder
oil pollution off the Anna Maria Island Beach. An Independent weekly published
. 1f ;f1 You will note, it is suggested that the closest every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
Coast Guard unit be contacted immediately when PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine I
pollution is discovered. Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
I hope with our continued efforts and the cooperation EDITOR: STEVE KLMBALLw a.
of Commander Roberts, we can eliminate this ADVERTISING MANAGER: S
serious problem. MARGE KIMBALL% .
Would appreciate your getting some publicity on Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna / '
Another entrant in next week's Miss Manatee com
this matter to all the citizens of the Island, so that Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 J
petition, Miss Joan Mayers, daughter Mr. and Mrs. when the situation arises again appropriate action
H. Frank Mayers of Land's End, Longboat Key. A can be taken. Entered as Second Class matter
former holder of the Miss title she is
Longboat Key ,
Dan P. McClure, under the Act of March 3, 1879
now a freshman at Florida State University. Chairman


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1965' I


Thursday May 6, THE ISLANDER Page 3


_ Roser Memorial Church ActivitiesThe 'tteea"te

,
annual senior ban- to Education Act for Flor-

quet, given in honor of the< ida citizens. The Florida
JACK ARRON, 72, of 725 North Shore Drive, Anna
graduating seniors of Council of Churches hasa
Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital,Saturday,
Roser Memorial Commu- long tradition of effortto
May 1. Born in Russia, he moved to the Island from
nity Church by the sopho- relate constructively to
N. Y. 11 He retired
Brooklyn, years ago. was a
mores and juniors, will the state government,and farmer.
be held on Sunday, May9, this seminar was attendedby
Survivors are his wife,Mrs.Margaret Arron;a son,
at 5:59 in the fellow- more than 30
p.m. pastorsand
w. Walter Arron of New Zealand; a brother, Samuel
hall of the church. church leaders.
ship '!'"" 'Y'.. ..- Arron of Brooklyn; four sisters, Mrs. Ida Cohen of
is be semi- .
Dress to t--;;.', California, Mrs. Sylvia Cohen of Reading, Pa., and
::J
formal and tickets The executive board of # .
are .i' 11.jJ .
... Mrs. Bessie Perlmutter and Mrs. Clara Blum of
sale the Women's Guild of -
now on $1.25 drag,
Brooklyn, and four grandchildren.
75 cents stag. Seniorsand Roser Church has been i:.. 11 ..- .' '-) -
held
Funeral services were at Grifflth-Cllne Island
their dates are to be invited to hold its monthly : : ( ,.....---, .... ... .
",
'
: Chapel Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Lester M.
.. T::
''
; :
{ :. ""' yI
The the :
j:
guests. special guest meeting at parsonageat .t'JJi '
: '" : '. } {, Utz, pastor of Gloria Del Lutheran Church, of-
speaker will be Dr. 10 a.m.,Thursday,May .. 10., \ "
,- '. ficiating. Burial in Brooklyn.
: '''' .'
Richard Stewart, assis- 6. The regular monthly "" .1. "' ) 1 ..'t'.. -
,
"'t"
,
of the luncheon and of ;.". .\;..,.\.., :;:.;.:. \: / / Pine
tant Manatee superintendent Schools. the guild will meeting be held at -3tjSi- **' .'',.,' ,.... t\; ... ". '. ... .. HARRY E. GORNDT. 81, of 208 Avenue Anna
County ..""
: .I..s.. ''t Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital, Thursday,
ttiiSSSSome :.t'-
; &
Entertainment will be the home of Mrs. D.Henry .t.r- ..
Apr. 29. Born in Chicago, he moved to the Island
presented after the din- Clay of Spring Avenue, of the several dozen tennis instructees at the from Chicago 11 years ago. He was a retired ma-
ner. Anna Maria,at 11:30: a.m., Island Youth Center Saturday morning. InstructionIs chinist.
.
.
Tuesday, May 11. Those being given to Island girls by Miss Nancy Carsonof Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Anna Marie Gorndt;
The Rev. Richard K. women planning to attendare the Walker Junior High faculty. (Islander Photo) a daughter Mrs. Lucille Drake of Bcrwyn. 111.; two
of Roser asked to take their
Wiggins, pastor
grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.
Memorial Church, attended own table service, a cov-
New Film Youth Center BoardA Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
seminar ered dish, and a
a legislative folding
Chapel Saturday afternoon, with the Rev.Lee Ratliff,
in Tallahassee for pastorsand chair. Mrs. Merrill M. Mrs. Eugene Rahn, past regular monthly
of the Island pastor of the Island Baptist Church, officiating.
denominational Tritt of Holmes Beach president of the Dradenton meeting

leaders Tuesday and will tell the members Junior Woman's Club, and Youth Center Board of Cremation.

Wednesday of this week. about Happiness House Mrs. A. G. Dirkman. Directors will take placeat / / /
GEORGE A. GARDA, 67,of 5607 Gulf Drive Holmes
As president of the Flor- and its work.Episcopal. president of the IslandWoman's 8 p.m., Tuesday, May
Beach, died at his home Saturday May 1. Born in
11 the Adultsare
ida Council of Churches, Club, presentedto at center.
which sponsored the sem- WomenThe the County School Board Invited to attend.Participation Franklin, Mich., he moved to the Island from Elkhart,
Ind. 14 lie was retired from the U. S.
years ago.
in all thecenter's
inar,the Rev. Mr. Wiggins regular monthly at its meeting Tuesday,
Rubber Co., and operated the Garda Apartments. He
of the act i v it ie has
presided over the group's meeting of the Episcopal the film "Riddle s
was a member of Moose Lodge 182, Ypsilanti.Mlch.
with the Churchwomen of the Friendly Stranger. been gratifying. Seventy-
meeting governor
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Neva Garda of Holmes
Tuesday morning. Church of The Annunciation The film was purchasedby seven boys have registered -
Beach, and four sisters, Mrs. Russell Harbart of
in the Pee Wee and
and seniorwomen's
the
Wednesday morning he Holmes Beach, will Junior
Michigan City Ind., and Mrs. Mary Milanese, Mrs.
led the group at an informal be held Thursday morn- clubs of Anna Little Leagues; 40 girls
Kate Milanese and Mrs. Ann Bateman. all of Elkhart.
lunch and discus- ing, following the Holy Maria, Bradenton and have signed up for tennis
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
sion with about a dozen Eucharist at 9 o'clock. Palmetto, at a cost of instruction, and the Pram
well known lobbyists.The Mrs. Robert Carmodyand approximately $275. It is Sailing Club lists 22 boys Chapel Tuesday morning with the Rev. Lester M.Utz,
of Gloria Del Lutheran Church
officiating.
seminar Included Mrs. Joseph Colemanwill being loaned to the County and girls as members. pastor
a dinner Tuesday evening be hostesses for the School film library, whichis Robert Ross,director of Burial in Skyway Memorial Gardens.TO .

with the legislature. meeting.All supervised by Mrs. the center, is at the centerat

Among the items discussed women who are Betty Slocum, who will 3:30 p.m. each day
were the Implication interested are invited to handle scheduling of the except Monday. The ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO

of the Economic Opportu- attend the meetings of the film for schools and center Is open on Saturday THE ISLANDER: We need your ZIP CODE
NUMBERS. By July 1, use of the Zip Code
nity Act and Federal Aid group. church groups. from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
will be required on all newspaper, so it is

important that you send them to us an soon as

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 6, 1965
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.. .), -0 I j'\- .Jj, : Guests of the MotelsMERRIMAC

All About People... I .... .. .
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:rw f ," ON THE CULFi Miss Kathleen Hodes and Mill Lana
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if.. Skldmore of Bradenton...Mr. and Mr*. E. C. Calif...
MR. AND MRS. RALPH A. BROWN of 77th Street, .t-4o :.' :... Mr.HALEY'S and Mra.MOTELt C.J.Meehan Mia of Laura Tampa Kenmetz and daughter.and Miss Antonia Kenmetz of

Holmes Beach, have returned from Miami where .. Pompano Beach...Mr. and Mra. P.K. Humphler of Gainesville..Mr.and
visited Mrs. Brown's son and daughter-in-law, \ Mrs. J. W. Lawson of Tampa.
they
EAST O" THE SUN: Mr. and Mra. B.Krebec and Miss Elizabeth Rezaberof
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Seba, following the former'srecent Lyons W...Mr. and Mra.R.C.Davis of Richmond Ind. i
return from South America. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mills Esther McDonald of Rome Ca.,and I
party...Mr. and Mra. R. W.Parkinson of Norwood.Pa...Mr. and Mra.J.H.
Seba was one of a group of scientists from the Scales of Milwaukee...Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Church of Chicago.
Marine Laboratory, Institute of Marine Science, ROD k REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brummett of Bowling Creen,
and daughter..Mr. and Mra. L. R. Battle of Kathleen and family...(MH,
University of Miami, who took part in a 23-day T. J. Reading of Maywood, Ill...0. W. Welton of South Bend.Ind...Mr.
scientific cruise aboard the research vessel, the and Mrs. J. Fred Carter of Zaneavllle Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Peterson of Detroit and family...Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Cobb of Bartow.and
JOHN ELLIOTT PILLSBURY. The Pillsbury left family...Mr. and Mrs. D.E.Payne of Charlotte N.C..Mr. and Mra. W.M.
Miami Mar. 10 for the coast of Brazil, to a point Heath of Greenville S.C.
r. SEA ISLE MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. James ChUholm of North Hampton, N. H.
where the Amazon River flows into the Atlantic. i / ,. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Zane Kuryllwof Detroit...Mr.
The party followed the flow of the river along its and Mrs.Charles Locke of Tallahassee.
SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mri. Bert E. Perry of
S. S. WHITE Richmond.
course through the South Atlantic to the area whereit Jl J $ r :; Va..Mr. and Mra. G. E. Pitman of Lake Wales...Col. and Mrs. M. W.
finally dissipates itself several hundred miles at Reynolds of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Johnson of West Lawn, Pi...
Mr. and Mrs. August D. Kropp and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Philips of Mil
sea, then continued beyond to a point near the west waukee...Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bauchle of Fort Erie, Ont...Mr.and
coast of Africa. A fact not widely known is that Mrs. Harold M. Ford of Knoxvllle, Tenn...Mr and Mrs. Tom Burrlss and
fresh remains fresh for distances afterit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds of Roanoke Va.
water
great SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snyder of Bedford Ohio and
enters salt water, and traces of fresh water are party.
found on the surface of the ocean more than 200 PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Acheson of Columbus,
Ohio...Mn. Helen C. Broadfoot of Springfield. N.J.
miles at sea. Experiments were conducted contin- GABA APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mrs. Stanley Laps of Chicago.
THE ROCKETTES' GULP TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Wright
uously. ISLAND VISITOR Miss Elizabeth Ann Potter of and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Woodham of Avon Park...Mr. and Mrs. William J.
The purpose of the cruise was to determine and Melbourne, Australia. Miss Potter is spending a Bailey of Cape May Point N.J..Mr.and Mrs. D. Kraln of Brooklyn, N. Y...
analyze the influence of the Amazon waters on the Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Cole of St.Petersburg...Mr. and Mra. C. M. Thacker of
in this with Mr. and Mrs. G. Brown
year country Orlando...Mn. May Dallas of Hartford, Conn.
waters of the South Atlantic. This is in keepingwith Zahniser of Anna Maria and New Castle, Pa. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boggs of Clearwater...
the constant search for wider knowledge of the Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Francisco of Richmond. VI..Mr. and Mrs. Charles
(ISLANDER PHOTO) Cunter of Lakeland..James N. Elmore of Madeira Beach...Mr. and
products and uses of the oceans of the world. The Mrs. C. W. Nebert of Huntington W. Va...Mr. and Mrs. Lammert Harlem -
Pillsbury returned to Brazil, where several days of Mrs. Lascurettes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold of Muskegon Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.Jacobs of Lake Wales.

were spent along the Amazon and in the area around McVean of 67th Street, Holmes Beach. Guests of MRS. PAUL W. ENl.>lUSS of Holmes Beach visiting

the Port of Recife, Pernambuco, before returning; to Mr. and Mrs. McVean over the Easter weekendwere her brother and sister-in-law in Cincinnati, Dr. and.1

Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dlacklock of Miami, Mrs. M. M. Zinninger; two sisters in Canton, Ohio,

The party was composed of marine biologists, Mrs. McVean's brother and sisterinlaw.MRS. Dr. Pauline Zinninger and Mrs. Fritz Brechbuhlcr,

geologists and chemists. Seba is doing graduate DON DOBBS of Indianapolis, and daughters and then plans to go to Kearny, N.J. to visit her son-
research work in the Department of Marine Chem- Debbie and Dawn, are guests for two weeks of Mr. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dloodgood,

istry at the Institute.MR. and Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones of North Shore Drive, and family, before she returns to the Island.

AND MRS. HENRY V. LAURIDSEN of Lake Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS. JERRY B. SHELL of Gainesville,
Parsippany, N. J., and daughters Beverly and THE REV. AND MRS. KENNETH L. FISCHER of and their infant son, Thomas Bouvard Shell, were
Laurie Ann are guests of Mr. Lauridsen's brother- Grand Rapids, Mich spent the past week with Mr. recent visitors for ten days at the home of Mr.

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mac of and Mrs. Russell Homer of 7802 Palm Drive, Shell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell of
Holmes Beach. The Rev. Mr. Fischer is Mrs.
84th Street, Holmes Beach.
Holmes Beach. Baby Thomas was baptized at the
Word was received a few days ago of the death on Homer's nephew. Church of The Annunciation on Saturday, Apr. 24.
Apr. 23 of James Fenelon of Galesburg, III., a MISS MARIE BOCK has returned to the Island MR. AND MRS. J. M. GEORGES of Maywood, 111.
winter visitor to the Island for many years. after spending a month at Bonita Beach, Bonita of and
have been guests Mayor Mrs. Harvey G.
MR. AND MRS. WALTER TAYLOR of Minneapolisare Springs. Meyer of 525 Bay View Place, Anna Maria. Mr.
spending a month on Key Royale Drive, Holmes ROBERT S. GRACE of Bradenton Beach, son of
and Mrs. Georges plan to return to the Island
Beach, and have had as recent guests, Charles Mrs. Ruth Grace and the late Robert C. Grace,
early in June to become permanent residents here.
Murphy and Everett Naus, also of Minneapolis.MRS. graduated with honors from Florida State Universityon
MR. AND MRS. F. E. BRADFORD of Logan, W. Va.
ROBERT PETERS of Shell Drive returned Apr. 22, one of the 35 honor graduates in the
left this week after three weeks at their Island home.For .
recently from a week's visit and theatre-going in class of 1,224. He received a Bachelor of Science

New York City. A highlight of her stay was an degree (Cum Laude) from the College of Arts and llotlicr's
Invitation to the home of George Grizzard, who Science. lie was offered two scholarships for graduate Day .

with Pier Laurie, opened May 1 in "Glass Me- work, and chose a National Science Foundation UNIQUE ARRANGEMENTSMod
nagerie' at the Plymouth Theatre on Broadway. traineeship, and will begin; his graduate studies in

Guests at the party included Alan Schneider, directorof physics at Florida State University in September. of our superior, permanent tloen FrOM $1 75
"liny Alice," and some 30 other notables of the & birds in select pieces of driftwood. |
New York theatre world. Local Deliveries

MR. AND MRS. M. A. LASCURETTES of Rome, PHELPS NURSERY
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FA B-Reg. Pkg. 5. offw$3 order-.EocS..................19* seven to high
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1 Thursday May 6, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page .1


VFW InstallationAnna 6 6t BOWLING LEAGUES -

ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) A. King 174
Maria Island Post, Island Marine Supply lost three P.Hottman 468 C. Chapman 173
8199 Veterans of Foreign points to Linen Rental In a matt P.Moc 462 J. Eddo_* 172
up match Thursday but won three K.Green 437 T. Edward 171
Wars, and its Auxiliary, from Connlck' TV Service In its D. Bower 442 G. Dykatra 171
will hold a joint installa- regular Island Mixed League match B.Carter 439 R. Schuchard 169
Friday .vnln| to keep Its first J. LoCicero 439 H. Nlealooedakl 169
tion ceremony at the Anna place In the league landings, High K. Ferguson 432 S. Alex 161
Maria Community Houseat scores In the Friday match were J.Safford 426 H. Holme 168
Frank Moc, 1(6-499, and Dick Con. P. Chapman 423 A. VanOatenbrldge 161
8 p.m., Thursday, May t nick 193-500. J. Connlck 421 B. Thlbodeau 167
Other scores: Anna Maria City e F. Mac 166
13.Thomas Pier 4, Schuchard Plumbing 0. HIGH GAMES(MEN) B.Conlon 166
B. Glaze, past (Earl Carter, 201-34S Bob Guild E.Carter 201 R. Ferguson 165
commander of the VFW 190-520). C.Chapman 201 L. Hanaon 164
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Island TradL.. Hanson 200 F. Davidson 164
of Florida
Department er 1. (Dick Wagner 1S4. Peg HoltR.. Ferguson 199 R. WlMln 164
will install the Post man: 184-468; Bob Reinel. 167-478). D.Connlck 193 J. Holmes 164
B ti K Hardware 3, Island FurB..Guild 190 E. Schmidt 163
officers, and Anita nlture Center 1. (Lloyd Hanson 200F.. Moc 186 Gary Wagner 163
Norwood, past district 339 Roy Ferguson 199-J13). B. Arkebauer 183 F.Smalley 163
Webb'a Island Pharmacy 2, Unen J. Anderson 183 J. Wulcnet 162
of the Auxiliary
president Rental 2. (Harvey Meyer. 159. Bob B.Guild 184 G. Moss 161
.
I will install the Auxiliary Adair 139-306: Chick Chapman 201 E. Bradow 161
-301). HIGH SERIES (MEN) B. DeVane 161
officers. Bayou Marina 2. Sand Bar 2. (Ed E. Carter S48.
New Auxiliary officers Haverko. 180-302 Byron Arke L. Hanion 530
; Melba Yarrow, Winning Schuchard Plumbing team In the Island bauer, US Andy RMmuaaen. 513). B. Guild S20 ANNUAL BANQUET
are: R. Ferguson 513 The annual banquet of he Island
Bowling League, left to right: Byron Arkebauer,
president; Mabel Wyatt, LEAGUE STANDINGS A. Raamuaicn. 513 Bowling League was held at the Bra-
I senior vice president; Ernie Schmidt Ray Schuchard, Bob Adair and Island Marine Supply 78.3 E.Haverkoa 502 demon Country Club Saturday evening,
Steve Alex. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Anna Maria City Pier 73.3 C. Chapman 501 at which trnphlei and money award.
Jeannette White, junior Webb' Island Pharmacy 73 D. Connick 500 were dlatrlbuted.
Dick Wagner Realty 68.3 F.Moc 499 A trophy In the form of a belt buckle
Dorothy
vice president;
IGA Boys' Contest Connlck' TV 66.3 B. Arkebauer 496 was presented to 1t.ltIlR1c1l for being
.
Johnson, secretary; Library MeetingThe Bayou Marina 64 the moat Improved bowler In the
Louise Fulford, trea- Standings this week in Island Trader 59.S THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE league, having raised him average by
Schuchard Plumbing 59.5 (Final Week) 14 pin.
the
surer; Eleanor Widmann, nominating com- Boys Contest at the Sand Bar 59 Connkk's TV Island Pharmacy Roger Haynes won trophle for ha,.
chaplain; Sue Roehlk, mittee of the Island I Anna Maria IGA Store arc Linen Rental 33.3 A. M.City Pier Island Furniture Ing the ....on.* hlgheit game (276)
follows B fc K Hardware 33 Schuchard Plumbing Dick Wagner and hlgheaierle*(tin).Otherawarda
conductress; Edith Pey- Friends of the Library as : Island Furniture Center 34.3 B' K Hardware Island Trader for high games ..nllo Bill ThltMxIeau
ser, guard; JosephineWhite will meet at the home of B. Green 3,268 Linen Rental Sand Bar (247). and George Wagner ((24)1. High
I). Tarry 721A. HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Island Marine Supply Bayou Marina aeries award were presented to Art
.
for three the chairman Miss Mil-
trustee P.Hoiiman 184. Schumaker and Byron Arkebauer,both
years; Mimi Raymond, dred Benedict, 412 79th VanOstenb'ge 16,962 P.Moc 177 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE having 634 score.
T. Rotolo 12,139 B.Carter 173 TOP AVERAGES High team game awards were won by
historian; Lois Crawford, Street, Holmes Beach, K.Green 164 B.Guild 187 rt (IWiv.
musician, and Ella Kelley, at b p.m., Thursday, May R. Maxon 11,389 J. I k 163 A.Schumaker 182 Schuchard Plumbing, : (1097)) and
D. Parrish 13,380 D. Bower 161 A. Ratmuaaen. 179 Gray'. bcunowaah: (IOSJ).
publicity chairman. 13. K.Green 161 R. lUynea 178 High team f were given
R. Adams 9,701 J.LoClcero 161 B. Arkebauer 177 to Schuchard Pluming t : ((307Ji Van-
.1. Eddowes 4,160T. G. Alderton 160 C. Thlboileau 175 Oatenbrldge Builder (3071) and
about peopleELLEN P.Chapman 136: B. Adair 174 Tropical Vista ((3033k
more
Jenkins! 1,157

D. Godfrey 1.360
ASTRID CHRISTENSON Washington, J. Norwood 4.806R. BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO TilE ISLANDER, THE ISLAND'S OWN !
for a week at the home of
D. C. was a recent guest llutfine 1.247 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE SURE TO GET YOUR COpy IN THE MAIL EACH
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Moe of Pine
her grandparents, J. Rice 2,820 WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE UNITED STATES--OR $2 FOR

Avenue, Anna Maria. She enjoyed her stay on the I). Lease 347 SIX MONTHS. CALL 778.2021, OR WRITE BOX 757, ANNA MARIA, FLA.
Island immensely, spending much of her time
B. Motter 611 I
sunning on the beach and swimming In the Gulf.
M. Morrick 1 1.998
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM G. LINSTEAD of Still- I

water, N. Y., and J. William Barber,Mrs. Linstead's J. Francis 484T. Bill Stewart
Angell 1.300
father, who have spent seven months at the Gaba C. Weaver 651S. I PHOTOGRAPHER MARY'SSERVICE

Apartments In Bradenton Beach, are leaving in a few
Lease 1,277
days to spend the summer in New York State.
I). Blessing 3,118
TilE REV. HARRY WATTS of Denver is a guest of
II. Stewart 2,590T.
the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Benjamin of 75th Street, ffit
Kretzer 492D.
I Holmes Beach. Beam 2,167M. Mary VerMett 7781384A

MR. AND MRS. BILL DAHLGREN of Holmes Beach
Dailey 967C.
left the Island Monday noon on their way to Europe ona STUDIO COMPREHENSIVE
Girard 524
Coast Guard Auxiliary tour. Bill Genung flew themto W. Tison 525 3308.3rd Avenue W.., ALMOST UNLIMITED PERSONAL AND

Tampa, where they were to catch a plane to New D. Bower 214 Brads*ton, Florida EMERGENCY SERVICE FOR ISLANDERS
York, and then another plane to Paris. According to Tel. 744-2319
?. French 281
their schedule they were to arrive in Paris at 8:25 CAIKIUNCi PARTIES LARGE & SMALL

a.m., Tuesday. Dahlgren is commander of the Island WILL MI.KF PLANKS AND TRAINS

Flotilla of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.MR. NeedA

AND MRS. PETER LOPEZ of Tampa and Anna For the most efficient help for any job

Maria are occupying their home on Pine Avenue for Rubber Stamp?
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 6, 1965


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES High TwelveThe Little LeagueThe

IN COUNTY JUDO'S COURT Mets lead the Island
Twelve
Island
BERNARD MISSION. MANATEE COUNTY High
(CATHOLIC) STATE OF FLORIDA Club will meet at noon, Little League after two

Re*. Francis F. Welsalller All NOTICE Creditor TO Lsiateee.CREDITORSTo DUtrtbuteee Thursday, May 6, at the weeks of play, with four

sad All Pereone Bering Claims or Gulf Terrace Restaurantin straight wins. The Red
MASS-SUNDAY. S & 10 am the Estate of RUBYW.
WEEKDAYSl 8 am Demands. ROBERTS against deceased Bradenton Beach. Sox are second with one

HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pra You and eech of you. are hereby Speaker at the meeting win and two losses, while

WEDNCSDAYSl ROSARY & BENEDICTION-7130 pm notified and required to file tnrcUlme of will be Fran Hall, executive the Reds have an 0 and
tad demand, which you or either
Harvey .Memorial ChurchH..D..I..tl..l you may have against tb..starm of vice president of 3 record.

( ) RUBY W. ROBERTS.dse.a.ed.lanol the Manatee County Last week Tuesday, the

Br.4..... BeeehR Manatee Honorable County Robert A.Florida Rickey.wilt Jaded the Chamber of Commerce, Red Sox allowed only one

... A. W. SiemeTHURSDAYl County Judge* Court. Manatee County. of which the Island Cham- hit as they beat the Reds

Florida of said at hie County wiiddsin alz CourtHouse (6) ber is a division. Hall by a score of 8 to 5.
Social
Hour
7iOO
SUNDAY.pm calendar mooch from the time of the will describe the various Thursday night the Mets

Oi30 9tlS am am Worship School Service first publication of Herbert this notice.J.Howard. activities of the chamber.Ed beat the Reds 14 to 6.

WEDNESDAY Ancillary Executor of the R Wiese of Bradenton Friday night's game wasa

7tOO pm Choir Practice Estate of Ruby, Deceased W. Roberts Beach, a shrimp boat slugfest, as the Mets

Chri.Mm Ie.... Ser Ue L. W.HardyP. owner and operator, will garnered 23 hits as they
A. M. CewMwnlty He... .O. Box MBradenton.
Florida be the speaker at the trounced the Red Sox 27

SUNDAYS Attorney for Estate meeting on Thursday, May to 12.
lOO em Sunday Service '
4-13.29; 5-4 k 13. 63 the This week's schedule
13. He will describe :
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
..... Lee HetUII. P.sUr INVITATION TO BID r"m shrimp industry In Thursday (May 6), Red
FRIDAY The City of Anna Maria Florida Florida. Sox vs. Reds; Monday
for
will bids approximately
accept
SUNDAYl 3.00 pm Jr. GA 200 feet of seawall In accordancewith Plans are completed for (May 10), Red Sox vs.

8i4S em Sunday School specifications In the City ordi- the next Ladies Day lun- Mets, and Tuesday (May
nance, at the end of Oak Avenue and
lOlOO am Worship Concord ServiceSl30 Choir the end of Chllson Avenue. Bids mustbe cheon, which is to be a 11), Reds vs. Red Sox.
6i30 pm pm Worship Service In the City Office by Noon May U, joint meeting with the
1963, and will be opened at a Sale
, 7130 pm Youth FellowshipTUESDAY Rummage
I special meeting of the Board of Bradenton High Twelve

' 7iOO pm Church Choir CommUeloners. May 17, 1963 at10A.M. Club, Wednesday,May 19, The Eve Circle of the

WEDNESDAY 4iOO pm Intermediate GA Frances V. Maxon at the Manatee River Hotelin Roser Church Women's

7lOO pm pray.r Meeting City Clerk Bradenton. Guild is planning a white
7.00 pm RA, Sunbeams Cltv of Anna Maria. Florida !
Reservations must be elephant and
rummagesale
I... .......1 Church
(M..D..I..I..I) UNCLASSIFIEDdtiici Y : made in advance with Ray in the fall, and is

..... Richer K. Wi.eins MfMtitlliwl.QO rushed Rhude or Russell Homer, collecting articles for the

Peeler -SOt .1.1... ,: r,..1 ir.ryJ as the hotel requires a sale now.Anyone.

THURSDAYllOiOOam -- '. ._.__ _. ____. _::.AJ Special and unusual who has useful
Guild Executive Board YEARLY \t.N 11 jvs; per Momn-- guarantee.
3lOO pm Roeer Chorister Unfurnished 2-Bedroom Apartment In Lawrence Pensinger of Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, entertainment is items for the sale is askedto

7130 4lOO pm pm Senior Cantus Choir Choir Anna BABY Maria.ill IINO Call;Owner Experienced at 778-1410., rell- with 60-pound cobia which he and his wife caught In scheduled. All Master call the church office.

FRIDAY able older woman. Will alt night or the Gulf at the rear of their home Sunday afternoon. Masons are invited. Items will be picked up.

Class 4tOO pm Membership Preparatory day FOR 778-18'2.RENTi 1 Bedroom. Home w/. One of the largest cobia caught for some time, this

SUNDAY Electric Kitchen, Jalousie Porch. monster was 58 inches long and had a girth of 29
tlOO am Worship Service Overlooking Gulf. $130. Winter MAVA8OTA. DETACHMENT
10.00 am Sunday School Sesson. Tampa 232-6774. inches. It was hooked by Mrs. Pensinger, who says MARINE CORPS LEAGUE
..S.51m Senior Banquet FOR MOTHER OR THE JUNE_ she couldn't have landed it without her husband's help.
MONDAY BRIDEi 16 piece beautiful stemware,
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 eight goblet and eight sherbets all Annual oD
TUESDAYl for110.778-28M. ance
1 1 130 am Guild Lunch.on at SACRIFICE.ANNA MARIA.Beautiful Have YOUR Painting/
home ol Mrs. D. H. Clay high dry corner lot, 100x120 including -
8 1965 8:00 'till
WEDNESDAY boat slip on canal. One block rI Saturday, May P.M.
,10 am*2 pm Missions Workshop to City Pier and beach. Zoned residential. Done By Experts
Paved street a. city water. BUFFET and MUSIC
Church of The Annunciation
Make offer, term. Call Owner 778- M.
(Episcopal) 1441.or 206-S6th Sf-Holmes Ru h. HARRY RIFE $3.00 PER COUPLE

Rev. G.aldlC. Lowe Rector PROPERTY MAINTENANCE LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

!THURSDAYS Bonded and Insured Pete Reynard's Yacht Club
, tiOO am Holy Eucharist MOWING EDGING ETC.
3rd SUNDAY AFTER EASTERS HOLMBM BEACH, ANNA MARIA INLAND
tiOO am Holy Eucharist KEN FELLOWS Phone 778-1341 Anna Maria
10130 am Family Eucharist &
Sermon Church School
] Phone 778-2894 after 4 P. M.
Gloria D.I Lutheran Church WANTED:
RARE BUY ON KEY RUY'ALJINonwaterfront -
Rev Lester M. Uti, Patter
corner lot across the atreet Three Bedroom (or
SUNDAYS from Bay and Boat Daaln.Underprlced
9iI5 am Sunday School at $3,960. cash. MAHAR REAL ES- 2 LARGE Bedrooms) TIMa PAYMBNTPLAN
'I0i30 am Worship Service Phone 778-HV. Home Close to Gulf in
TJt\
11130 am Choir R.h.ar.alUncle t SUP J'UtS FUR COL-
Holmes Beach. June 15
LECTORS. Come In end let us fill
those empty spaces in your album. to August IS. Phone
We carry I supply(or every collector. 746-9110 after 6p.m.
You're welcome to come in S browse
M. L. O'Connor Stamps e. Supplies,
2401-1 4th St. nradenton.747-2M.
DELOW MARKCTi Choice Cantl- I ERNIE'SCAMERA
front Lot on 77th Street$4,0011,72nd *
Street, 4000. 59th Street $4,000. SHOP
Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately
10)( 230 feet, half block to Gulf.
Price $16,5011. Want $10,000 offer.
JOIIN (I. PROTHERO Registered DEVELOPING. 24 HOURS
Real Estate Broker, lib"1"1 Street Color & Block and Whit.
. l VS' Holmes Reach or call 77 -3"" <. *
wc'Ij1 I rOR SALEs Large Maple Crib 48 HRS. .Slid.* & Movie. -
converts to youth bed. 778-2131. 611 r a
Ambassador lane. Key Royalf. If In 1 I
( brought by p.m.)
WANTED TO HUYi All S. Coin,
Cold, Currency, or Foreign Coins << YOUR KODAK DEALERAt -ci
any Country or old Medals I Tokens, ...
etc. Byron : Bl/arre Baxaar, 240.1 125 Bridge Street
4-_ O 14th Sr. W. Hradfnlnn. Ph,7472Mft.SlirPPARISLAWN BRADEN TOM BEACH
YARD Service
FREE ESTIMATES 778-118
PROFESSIONAL YARD SERVICE
es
Phone 74o-7)7h
r
; ALTERATIONS on all kinds>.t CUIng. -
Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mr*. Reasoner & Anson
i Frank Beard. Phone 77I-HJI. F
'

o

J. Telephone id I II II

Sam 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5

!11XIEGRANDEHOTaBLDG.C.I.t. .
1J I


still needs HOMO Repair I Yard Service I 1I


Cistern Drapes Made To Order

you

Come In & See Us About Our

Reasonable Summer Maintenance
Buy U. S. Savings Bond +


to protect your country' Fish Taxidermy-Mike Hciscr 746.7402Glry's The 1965 WASHER The 1965 DRYER


futwr and provide for e seobssees-.wsAee . .
'... ..1.._ t.o..t..es ..

own Siilaid Glr .. C..t.r bNesw.s.. .... $ ....._.h..lee..........

your sew-..-.......... ............t...d.-b..ae.....

5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH ..ear................... 5p.J s.- ..s lanes c..... ..ww
...t.as_p+..war

..-.-------.. A..sm.-e .,...ad(9e
DIRECTLY ON THE ........ ...... e d.
................
GULF ALLMOOCtNGulf IEACHTMl NOTICEAll ........



Park Improved or unimproved property in

the City of Anna Maria should be mowed and

FOR MOTILE HOMES cleared during May. The City will clear and Z t
Furniture &
ApplianceYour
.... mow any property not cleared by owners or

gel, ... agents, with costs assessed against the
Ace.. 1.1tie. hr
property.The .
Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales A Service Dealer
Trwlen e. re JT City will appreciate your cooperation.CITY .

leer..... H.B-S1.Msla.4' OF ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA

-CecheWlerIIAMNTON Robert R. Moses, Vice Mayor 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267Page
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md wo I ISLAND REAL ESTATEGeorge

)ur
ed '.... :
>ne .e .. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
lie WaglerREALTY Lic nt. Contract cllm 1 .t. mn4timt c.,,Jiti.ns.
md Islond Shopping Center Gulf Drlv. .! Pin Avnw R.nw.J.ling. AtUlll..s i
PHONE 778.2<<4 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA ., L.ROYFERGUSONPHONES( .. R.s.i.. ,. .Trustw.th. .
:he : D 7712143Night ,(I. n
C*..C......,. ,,*,.BrktAlUtn 771-2059 NORMAN ROSEPALE
)ne ...
Pik.,A et. Ann Mrl 771-1
'ds


its Gulf Front Home 1ft DICK WAGNER

Pasits Furnished 2-BR Home with glassed-in porch. .,
, BEAUTIFUL WHITE SANDY BEACH. Locatedin Kealtor
ley 27 Anna Maria--BEAT THIS IF YOU CANmr!!!! 2217 QUtr OMIVC BNAOCNTQN BEACH
Only 16900. TillS SHOULD SELL AT ONCE. Home on Archer Way, Anna Maria, which has been
le: PARRISH REALTYH. purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Wegner of Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA'New
Madison. Wis. from Mrs. Dorothy Clark of Anna
ed Maria. Ralph Parrish and Shopping Center Opposite Island! Bank
rAUISN. Mr. PIGGY "MAUIC MOORS A..cist.P.t Peggy Moore (Associate)
lays.. of Parrish Realty, Anna Maria, handled the sale. Large Store Space-Night Nomination-
Office PtaM. AIIIM M.ria Plies,.: 778-1902 (ISLANDER PHOTO)
(ay Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor

Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464

To Settle EstateTHREE

Vs he BEDROOM Two Bath Private Home ACREAGE IN ANNA MARIA ?
ite with central heating and air conditioning.
YES believe it
or not,
ge Large Living Room with fireplace Kitchen,
la Utility Room, Screened Patio, Garage. WE have over S Acres of Canalfront
:heIul Completely Furnished. Seawalled canalfrontlot. which could be developed into 18 lots.
Beautifully landscaped.
r" $17,000 TERMS "
ASKING $27,500See '
ede. EXCLUSIVE LISTING sr-
: our sign at 526 75th Street Canal.
-- Will Cotptntf with .t.., IrttasGtrtratlt
jp. Mahar Real Kstati. I Home at 540 Key Royale Drive,Holmes) Beach,which
has been purchased by Mr.and Mrs.James Thompsonfrom ILssiupae
RUTH MAHAI LEO MAHAI
Earl Drake. The sale
was handled by George
.....t".. .... istitt IrtktfsCUstJ Wagner of Holmes Beach, Registered Real Estate f2: : REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BIOKEI ,,'it\
........, Broker. (ISLANDER I Fran Maxon, Associate J

7702 Gill Biro, H.I... !.. MtIV'!\ ANNA MAalA. FLORIDA 6

WATERFRONT PHOTO


MODEL J

OPENat



SEASIDE
New home at 504 75th Street, Holmes Beach, built ,
SEE for Mrs. Edward W. Cooper,formerly of Maplcwood,
N. J., by Louis J. Barolo of Bndenton Beach.
JACK HOLMES, Realtor (ISLANDER PHOTO) '
.E1---- -
:
PHONE 771.1'4' 6101 MARINA DRIVE :

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Canal Front HomeNEAR ......,.

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.

Two Bedrooms, Fireplace, Closed garage w/ 5400 Gulf DriveGULF
WHY RENT? MOVE IN!

utility room, dock. Owner Is
good leaving
$3,284 Down Including FRONT ApartmentsOn
country. Will sell furnished for low price of
Closing Costs Anna Maria IslandFor

$78.82 Per Month $16,800 with TERMS

The Discriminating; Purchasers;
JOHN B. PROTHERO

i I I......... Reel. IiliU /r.k.r-S.I.s t hitchs Who Arc Looking For Enjoyable: ; Living

And Freedom From Carc; .
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

INVESTIGATEThe

l ODDS & ENDS Many Advantages To Be Found
.r- At This Most Desirable Gulf Front
from
A Location Within Walking Distance

g giajS ? JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD Of Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .

$14,900 Cash Price
Ut-Oit lUck' fr. leech
New Home By Wm. B. Lee Co. B
10 x 140 z.... Dtplti $2,230 Sales Representatives Are
\Yi Blocks To Beach
J FIX, IT UPA Available Daily At The Apartments
Central Heat
big old frame house with world of apace,
Air Conditioning need a little fixing and paint. Han modern They Will Be Glad To Explain To You
apartment attached.
2 Bed, 2 Bath, Garage STEAL IT ''er $7,500 The Several Favorable Purchase Plans
Tile Roof

Open Daily At 304.66th Street A Dfitfy (...1 Let 72 147 FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONWRITE
Flit, Stfwill All for 13,750
Other Information At Model OR PHONE
-
Homes On KEY ROYALE Set 533 Key ..,... Drive'
With tit ll| Wittr View lA CHmOnT Of YEIOPIOEr1TCOflPIJflfITlOD T

... Oi.. Ur .,,'dle. -
AWAY IEIOW COST

JACK MARSHALL halter P. O. BOX 1152


REGISTERED BROKER MAM Building 778-26 H Anna Maria HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA






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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



ELGIN okww? g.1W\ _. MOTHERS DAVtit
Water Softeners and Filters
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER SUNDAY MAY 9
Fully Guaranteed '
1 iRRANGEMENTS MADE TO ORDER

ROY M. PHILLIPS For Mother's Day p- ';4Ia tUJ4

744-5142 778.1486 HAWAIIAN PERFUMES &COLOGNES
New led Spreads
.. FREE GIFT S MAIL WRAP
Flower Arrangements ... iW4r Lending Library
PHILCOfAMOUS I (f I' :'W sww, .r WIt orfxw..
Many Other ItemsTo I.N 7. 7. :- .'-....::

FOR 9UAUTY THE WORLD OVER

,r T Choose From Give Her A GiftLINGERIE
I >-x ) 0 t- '\ L E tfJ

FOR AS LITTLE AS $138.88 from '

1965 NOISELESS AIR -/'ttlle 4- 1.)
\ :
with iJ
PHILCO NEW SUMMER HOURS
CONDITIONER \
'"
5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's We will close at Slips Nite Gowns

PHILCO Exclusive 5 year Warrantyon NOON on Wednesdayand Panties Half Slips
the Complete Air Conditioner at 3 o'clock on Saturdayuntil
SHORTS BLOUSES SKIRTS
ALSO- -
further notice
See Our NEW shipment of SHIFTS ..

The BEST in TV by Call 778-2012 DRESSES

ALL SIZES ALL PRICES & ScfaefaittPlumbing Swimwear

ISLAND TV Contractor
7781703Corner
WE GIFT WRAP. .
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 5306 Holmes Boulevard
dI
Plumbing Fixtures, SuppliesPumps,Repairs ..n"

';J', ,
PITTSBURGH ":'
SPRING CLEANING DONE ? .l''... rLeyewey .....
Glamorize .... = =
SALE I SAVE OVER 20% .., ,, 778-1UI
wi U.nul......*.Su....U4 ItoUll MM your odds 6 ends of glasswearMake ""- CII..wft
Vases Out of Bottles
, HOUSE FRESH MILK DAILY
PAINTContains WITH
CRYSTAL CRAZE GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
specially treated Oil

to help prevent crackingand HANDY DANDYOPEN
1tosd. : 778-1020
.
peelingC98 : G McOon.11I of9 fcV ro 7AJL-11P.il.

OILY per gallon' ........_ u.w..u.J
ROil Base Only Baked Fresh _
Daily SHOPPING ..aA1A
White & ready-mixed body colon CENTER
Maestro & trim colon extra
SALE ENDS MAY 15 BREAD CAKES PIES HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone

IMMMS BMCI 3VpMI6S Ilc. COOKIES 778.1771 Days

778-1131 ISLAND BAKERY eK, ? 778.1440 Nights

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach PHONE 77S-26U HOLMES BEACH -
AAA Service Full Time Mechanic

NEW and USED CARS
MANATEE COUNTY This COULD But

WATER COMPANY, INC.relephone. Happen to YOU DON'T lEACH LIQUOR STORE
HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER


MOTOR '' WORRY .YOU.......RING....... 771-2023 WE.. BRING.
OVERIOARD IgOSS SPECIAL The House : spccIAI--

.Au.Om- CLOSt.QUT.. ; Of : Imported
-o TOR YOU .... Courtesy
0.6 COMPLETES Thor ListKentucky ; i Scotch
OS, TAILORED J ; FIFTH S4.1I
778-2022 PROTECTIONFOR T Proof'E; OLD
YOUR 100
CAR. HOME. St1.sS.tO ; THOMPSON6IADC
1tBusiness PERSONALEE 14 PfMf- ; Nit : "A"
S BUSINESS. Sth SS.10 ; NEW Y : $3.68 BLINDCordials Fifth

HOURS 3 for $10.00
i/LreaUasuraace fibs SMS
(Bay ; effective --
Oe..A..c.0......B1eckhrty. Cocktails2 -'
MAY 15
o.u. IL
778.1697 778-1548 Oe.c.P.,...."'.Sc.<*..".,N '1.-7. pt 79C
Office ICI COLB
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida Closed at NOON Wednesday & Saturday Wt Ctvir The ENTIIEr Isl..d



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