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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 13, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 705 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965 TEN CENTS
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Island Resident County To lush II Two Groins
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Gives Prints To MJC 'f. \': ,f :,' ."

Islander Rene Redon ,' ... ,< .', To Halt ErosionTwo i I At South End
last week presented 250
original woodcut printsto new anti-erosion $"0,000,but Benson pointed -
the art department of groins will be installed in out that forms which
Manatee Junior College.The Bradenton Beach. One, had been used to cast the
prints are the workof 540 feet In length, will be concrete components for d
Victor Delhez, a nativeof ... ., built at the end of Sixth the first pier can be used
Antwerp Belgium, who ,. _L__ Street South, and the again, thus cutting down 1
for a number of years, has _. \, '111: second, 640 feet long, will costs. He said he had I
been a professor of art at .. '. be located at the end of planned the piers approx-
the National University "'- Tenth Street South. Both imately one-quarter mile
Cuyo in Mendoza Argen- < will be built by the Mana- apart between Bridge St. I!
tina. tee County Highway De- and the new Manatee I
Longtime! friends of partment.A County Beach at the south
Redon s, Mr. and Mrs. I resolution, approvingthe end, because"this is whatIs
Gustave Delhez of St. .... locations and con- indicated to me is needed -
Petersburg, uncle and ," struction of the groins, ."
...: -'
aunt of the artist, gave .- was requested from the Installation of the two
Redon the prints two years -.....:;..' Bradenton Beach City groins will be the first
ago to donate them to It_ Council last week In a erosion prevention proJect -
some museum or letter signed by County planned by the county
Harry Varley of .F : : Engineer John Benson. since the recent dissolution I
Beach aided in the The groins will be modi- by legislative act of '
action by taking Street South, prevention pier and groin will be fied versions of the 460- the Island Erosion Prevention -
James R. McMahon, new erosion built by the county. (Islander Photo)i foot pier built last year District, and the
of the Junior at the Manatee County assumption of its author-
department to meet Islud CiiHitr Of CtMircf MMtii. | Beach In Holmes Beach. ity and responsibility by
and to see the prints. The council voted then the county commission t
Delhez studied at A meeting of the Island a sign suggested by a i resolution at Its meeting The Gulf shore between
Belgian Royal of Division of the Manatee Island resident;decals for Thursday evening. Bridge Street and 13th
Fine Arts and the next County Chamber of Com- use of division members; The county highway department Street South is the area
Atheneum before merce will be held at the commercial utility rates; is preparing of the Island most greatly
the faculty of the Island School at 8 p.m., convention committee; an application to send to In need of anti-erosion
tine university. Thursday May 13. better business division; the U. S. Army Corps of measures. In a number of
In 1956 a 100-page Officers of the division new chamber members; Engineers asking for a places the Gulf is within a
was published by the : have urged all membersto Miss Manatee Pageant; construction permit. A few feet of State Road 789,
tural Art Center in attend the meeting. Business Barometers; second application fur a the only north-south high-
The Netherlands, Among the important "My Island" recording; permit will be made to way In that area, and
ducing some of subjects to be discussed importance of Industrial the trustees of the Florida during several storms,
work on the but are: latest developments development In the county, Internal ImprovementFund. SRD crews have had to y
his huge onc--man Inroad improvements on and a suggested outing for sandbag the edge of the
A number of the the the Island; need for direc- all division members and Benson said that the new highway: to keep It from
were exhibited by tional signs to the Island; their families. anti-erosion structures washing. out. In the storm
artist at the re- Island Power Library MeetingIsland will be "structurally of Sept. 30, 1963 some
Institution in one- modified from the one sections of the road were
in 1954 and 1955. Squadron BanquetFive Friends of the installed at the Manatee broken up by wind driven
cover a wide Library will meet at County Beach in Holmes high water so the road
subjects. Many of pro- past commanders 8 p.m., Wednesday, May Beach. They will look was closed to through
are of a religious of the Anna Maria Island 19, at the Holmes Beach very similar. traffic for a few days.A .
some are in the Power Squadron were City Office. "The structural seawall along the Gulf
vein, a few are new honored at a banquet at Miss Mildred Benedict, changes," he said, "willbe to protect the highway has
and some are the Bradenton Country chairman of the nominat- made to fit conditionsin been planned by the SRD
designs. All the ; Club last week. ing committee, will this particular area. for the past two and one-
how the ; They were presented present a slate of officersto There will be a walkwayon half years. The county is
workmanship and with mahogany plaques, be voted upon. each pier." now acquiring the necessary -
of Delhez. of upon which were mounted Dr. Jane Carboni, acting Benson said the designs right-of-way, but It
Delhez also has *, gold plates engraved with chairman of the organi- will be his, from Sydney is felt that any delay in
trated a number of for names, the three tridents zation, has extended an Makepeace Wood's basic acquisition of the right-
including "Flowers of commander's rank, and Invitation to all Island concept. He was uncertain of-way for the seawall
Evil" by the poet 3)w the highest Power Squadron residents. Membership is when construction will will not Interfere with the
Baudelaire; 'A educational grade open to all adults who are start or the cost of the installation of the groins.
er's Tale" by Lord for attained. interested In the work of project. The street ends where the
sany; "The Thousand District Commander the county library. Cost of the pier at piers will be erected are
One Argentine & Arthur R. Sellgmtn was Holmes Beach was about owned by the city.
Juan Lucero; present, and at the request mond G. Sherman,
Mysteries" by of Squadron Commander 1960-1961; Arthur A. I. I. Awirtb Pifbi CutrfdA I
de Medina, and to p. David Boozer, made Johnson 1961-1963; Percy -
Fernandez Moreno.Professor park the presentation of the M. Tlndall. 1963-1964. contract for 12.06S new and more powerful
McMahon it plaques. and Custls N. Gutten- square yards of street streetlights on Gulf Drive.
last week, "We and Those receiving the berger 1964-1963. paving was awarded to Vice Mayor Robert Kraft
pleased and honored plaques were: H. C. Lt. Commander EdwinN. the Dunn Construction Co. said that the, surface of
MJC was chosen as are: Benjamin,Squadron Commander Hauber showed a of Saraaoca last week by some of the streets were
recipient of this 1951-1960; Rsy- motion picture. the Bradenton Beach City breaking up, and that the
and superior ); Council. Dunn was the city finances are In such
wood engravings, : lowest of three bidders. condition that the paving
are rare today. ); Alter the contract had can be done In addition to
group of the print m- d been swarded, Peter Pir- installing new street
be on display for >> OO)); rone said he felt there lights.
viewing in the fine $4- were other more Important Councilmen will confer
building throughout projects which should with officials of the Plor-
year, and traveling have priority over the ida Power i Light Co.
wiU be loaned to Key street paving. He gave as about the lights and
Florida junior (up an example, the need for (Continued on Page 3)
Some will be hung in ) .
Junior College ( ( ), !
ANNA
MARIA
offices; others will ISLAND WEATHER
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used as teaching ). .... I.Mill.,
course in an, and : T....
Illustrative examples .... T..r..ww.'
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literature as media ) ); .. N HIrh
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classical education." ( 10..till.!.,......, .. May 4-72 79 78 81 76 None
Redon is a )) .:-'-"'" May 5-72 80 79 84 76 None
architectural .. ; .. i May 6--78 84 78 86 78 None
and retired in 1961 .. ,Y'"
7--79
: .... May 83 80 84 79 None
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40 l. !: '
nearly with
years May 8--80 84 81 86 79 None
Consolidated Edison ); WOULDN'T YOU RATHER BE IN FLORIDA? Lazy May 9--77 83 80 87 80 None
of New York City. At Sunday afternoon at the beach in this cue, thebeach May 10--75 82 80 84 80 None
(Continued on Page 3) at the Anna Maria Bay Park. (.Islander Photo)



$ 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 13, 196 M 1



I.Sense And II by THE EDITORTwo M w : .t(I


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exciting tournaments for fishermen are now boat JIMMY LYNN.In I
under way. One is the 31st annual Tarpon Roundup, the same party, fishing from his new boat a
sponsored by the St. Petersburg Jaycees, which MISS NANCE, were Dr. Jim Bradley, also of St. J
started at 6:01 p.m. last Saturday, and will continue Petersburg, who caught the tournament's first fish,
until 6 p.m., Sunday, July 18. a tarpon weighing 71 pounds, at 11:02 a.m. Later In I
The second is the first annual West Coast Spear- the day, Mrs. Bradley caught a 105-pounder which JLM .
fishing Championship sponsored by Robby's Sporting led the women's division of the tournament. And : 1
Goods of Bradenton. This tournament opened Apr. 1 although we did not take pictures of the Bradley ; ,
and will run until Sept. 1. catches, one of them Is lying on the dock in the .
By good luck, with just a bit of good management, picture of Calbeck and his catch. ]
on Sunday we were able to get a picture of a The Bayou Marina has had two more brought In
good catch made by an entrant in each tournament. since those first three, but at a quick glance they
Reproduced below is a picture of Dale Woodland of didn't seem to be any threat to the tournament I
Anna Maria with two black grouper he speared in records. A check with the Island's other weighing ,.. .
...
,
Gulf, WITH ONE SHOT! One of the fish weighed station at the Island Marine Supply in Holmes Beach .... "Y. ....
eight and a half pounds, and the other six pounds. just before press time on Wednesday showed that .' #_.... ....: ', '\,- '< .....r.'...-
Woodland and Andy Torgeson, also of Anna Maria, none had been brought in there for weighing. =": .::--:. ..: .m:! : 1_
were diving from an outboard boat. The catch was Some of the prizes in the tarpon roundup are as ONE FOR THE BOOK! Members of the Marine
brought into the Bayou Marina, one of the two hefty as the fish caught, such as a new car; trophies; Corps League decorating the main dining room at the
weighing stations on the Island for the spearfishing cash; diamond pins, etc. So, you would-be tarpon Holmes Beach Yacht Club for an open air dance last
tournament. The other station is at Cobb's Marinain fishermen--why not get started? There never will bea Saturday evening. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Holmes Beach. Either marina is authorized to better time, and the fish are out there, just waitingfor
weigh and register catches. you to take them!
'i1Oet fteth aKdeochle
A pleasant surprise this week was the receipt ofa
.. few copies of a booklet of poems, entitled "Sea-
Tang: Poems of Anna Maria," published as a S1te11s
project in his courses in journalism at the Universityof
Iowa by The ISLANDER'S sometime jack of all And HOW does your garden grow?
... trades Steve de Wolf. In an accompanying letter, he
tells us that if all goes well, and as planned, he will RANDOM QUOTES FOR THE LADYOf THE SILVER] .
receive his master s degree in journalism in August. BELLS AND COCKLE SHELLS (While she
...... convalesces after a short stay at Manatee'
Island Youth Cent.r ActivitiesPlans Memorial )

for organizationof fleet will take four boatsto
an Island softball lea- the regatta. Boys and BEAUTY HINT:
i gue were made at the girls from 9 to 15 may Said Mrs. Browning, the poet to Charles Kingsley,
meeting of the board of participate.The the novelist: "What is the secret of your life? Tell
directors of the Island tennis courts at the me, that I maymake mine beautiful also." Thinking
Youth Center Tuesday youth center may be used a moment", the beloved old author replied, I hada
evening. Any Interestedmen by Island residents when- friend.
between 14 and 75 ever children are not using -
may register with Ernie them. At present, the THESE THREE:
Cagnina at the Anna Maria .courts are in use Friday Three men there are who are my friends: he that
IGA Store during the weekof afternoons from 4 to 6, loves me, he that hates me, he that is indifferentto
May 17. If organized in and from 9 to 10:30 a.m., me. Who loves me, teaches me tenderness; who
hates me, teaches me caution who is indifferentto
'- .' .. May, games will start at Saturdays. ;
8:30 p.m. after the Little Interest and cooperationof me, teaches me self-reliance. (Dinger)

,:. I .0 League games. After June parents in the promo-
11, the softball games will tion of the best possible
start earlier. recreational program for
r Bids are to be sought for Island children is soughtby
.o < new concrete seats for the the board. Attendanceof
.. west stand at the ball fieldat parents at the meetingsof -=-
the Youth Center. Any the board is earnestly

..., 1 firm Interested in biddingfor requested. A regular
-- M
I'< ;....: the work is asked to meeting of the board is
contact the chairman of held at 8 p.m. the second
Dale Woodland of Anna Maria, with two black grouper the board, Mrs. Frank Tuesday of each month, AS TO GINNIE'S LOVE--A GARDEN:
speared with one shot. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Dobbe of Holmes Beach. at the center. Chaperonesare That God once loved a gardenWe
Twenty-eight Island needed for the danceson learn in Holy Writ
According to Red Marston of the St. Petersburg children are enjoying the Friday evenings. Rob- And teeing gardens in the Spring
Times, Dr. Marion Calbeck of St. Petersburg held pram instruction and sail- ert C. Ross, director of I well can credit it .
the lead in the tournament earlier this week (and ing under the guidance of, the center, will welcome
may possibly still hold that lead), with the 112-lb. Arthur Bonner of Holmes some assistance.The Oh, Adam was a gardener, and God who made him
tarpon he caught Sunday in Sarasota Bay betweenthe Beach.A board wants to thank sees
Island and Cortez. A picture of Calbeck and his pram regatta will be John and Aaron VanOsten- That half a proper gardener's work is done upon
tarpon, after the weighing in at the Bayou Marina, held on Sunday, May 23, bridge Jr. for the time his knees. (Kipling)
is printed below. It was 66 inches long and had a girthof at the Longboat Key pier.It and work they have con-
35-1/2 inches, and was caught at noon from the is open to Manatee tributed to the center; the Ginnie has a garden and such gardens are not made !
County children interested front entrance has been By singing: "Oh, how beautiful ." and sitting
in sailing. The local rescreened.A in the shade. (Adapted)

Look, the constant marigold
LIIUUyh MOTHER'S WORK IS NEVER DONEA Springs again from hidden roots
l 1.JJ PERFECT DAY Baffled gardener, you behold
New beginnings and new shoots
: Grandmother, on a winter's day (Robert Graves)
Milked the cows and fed thorn hay
Slopped the hogs, saddled the mule Hope is like a harebell trembling from its birth
And gut the children off to school. Love is like a rose the Joy of all the earth
Did a washing, mopped the floors Faith is like a lily lifted high and white
Washed the windows and did some chores Love is like a lovely rose the world's delight
I Cooked a dish of home dried fruit Harebell and sweet lilies show a thornless growth
I Pressed her husband's Sunday suit But the rose with all its thorns excels them both
Swept the parlor, made the bed (Christina Gcorglna Rosetti)
Baked a dozen loaves of bread

Split some firewood, and lugged it in GINNIE WILL SEE YOU NEXT WEEK .
Enough to fill the kitchen bin.
Cleaned the lamps and put in oil EDITOR'S NOTE: We feel that our job would not be
Stewed some apples she thought might spoil well done if we neglected to let our readers know who
Churned the butter, baked a cake so kindly substituted for Ginnie this week. Even at
Then exclaimed for mercy's sake the threat of a fate too horrible to contemplate, we
The calves have got out of the pen" must let you know--It was Mildred North Slater of
Went out, and chased them in again. Holmes Beach, herself a writer of talent and stature,
i.. Gathered the eggs and locked the stable In addition to being a lovely and gracious person.
Buck to the house and set the table,
Cooked a supper that was dt licious,
And afterwards washed all the dishes Th Islander
t'.
Fed the cat, and sprinkled the clothes, An Independent Weekly published
Mended a basket full of hose every Thursday by THE ISLANDER A1f1IJ:1b.:
Then opened the organ and began toplay: PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine % .Ji4I,.
"When you come to the end of perfect day." Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida
Anonymous. EDITOR: STEVE KlMBALLtS '
ak ADVERTISING MANAGER: wow

MARGE KIMBALL, bh
Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna '
44 l.J. f- Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
; fir 33501 .0.
Entered as Second Class matter
Dr. Marion Calbcck of St. Petersburg with his 112- under the Act of March 3, 1819Page
pound tarpon at Bayou Marina. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

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i Thursday, May 13.: ; 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

1 BEACH COMMISSION. B. AWARDS Rotor Speaker
n (Continued from Page 1) nti .... r Continued from Page 1)
I tion Center, $12,060 AY at the next meeting. Dr. Ralph Lloyd of Bra-
(same); Manatee Softball : voted to contrib- dentori., former president
Association $325; Pal- -I, r :-f, $50 toward an exhibi- of the World Presbyterian
metto Boosters Club, t'' .' .. of fireworks at the Alliance, and an active
$1,500 and, .artificialreefs a 111I,r' : J end beach on July 3. participant in all four
$2,000.It "Ii'V' fireworks will be Assemblies of the World
was voted to move by Kirby Council of Churches, will
some sand from a duneat ., Post, American be the guest speaker at
the southern end of of Bradenton. the 9 a.m. worship ser-
the county beach at the E' amounting to vice at Roser Memorial
I south end of the Island, were approved Community Church on
.' and to repair the roadway payment at the meet- Sunday, May 16.
'i leading to the wooded pic- of the council. Dr. Lloyd was heard
nic area there.Additional appointed as a recently by many people
1 Australian pines will bet to investigate when he gave the sermonat
i planted in that area. sign ordinance, Dick the Easter Sunrise
Plans were made to Install Oscar Ritz and Service.
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ropes and floats to Green.
protect swimmers from complaint about trash Police Chief James Lind-
hitting barnacles on the a local market say a two-week vacation
. anti-erosion pier at the 7 )yV ?64 y around was re- with pay. Mayor Henry
.: Manatee County Beach. to Councilman Meunier said Lindsay had
The commission also Ella. been working 16 to 18
: announced that it had rec- on an air condi- hours a day and deservedthe
. ommended someone to the for the city office vacation.A .
county commission to be studied further copy of a resolution
serve as county recrea- the council.A from the Island Garden
tion director, but wouldnot request for bids to Club about illegal signs
disclose the name of ,.. planking on the city was referred to the build-
the person. '.\ will be readvertlsed. ing inspector.A .
Budget proposals by the .; felt there was too public hearing before
beach commission must \:' \ \ "', .' a difference between the Planning and Zoning
be approved by the county t. -_ ___- two bids received. Board was scheduled for
commission. Kraft proposed that a Thursday, May 20. It will
Group views some of the :l=>>U woodcut right, are President :
be sent to Chairman be held at the city officeat
ISLAND RESIDENT. prints which were presented to MJC; Harry Varley of G. Holmes of the 7:30 p.m., to considerthe
(Continued from Page 1)) Manatee Junior College last week by and Professor James R. Prevention Dis request of Dick Wag
time, he and Mrs. Redon Island resident Rene Redon (second head of the art and his associates ner for a change In zoning
moved to the Island to from left). Others in picture, left to (ISLANDER PHOTO by the district commis- from R-3 to C-l, on Lots

make their home in Anna Guest Speaker At Island Garden Club Cigarette thanking them for 6, 7 and 8 of Block 13,
Maria. work on the board. Ilexhurat Subdivision, for
I He Is also a talented Gordon Whitney of Long- The speaker takes Tax returns resolution was passed the purpose of building a
: amateur photographer, boat Key has agreed to colored photographs for Island cities real estate office and gift
I and his off-beat show selections from his own enjoyment. lie Key for
of
many It was voted to give shop. \
pictures have been pub- many hundreds of colored has visited many coun- those II I
lished in THE ISLANDER. slides at the regular tries in South America, March were: I
Before and since movingto meeting of the Island Gar- the West Indies Europeand $962.04; TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
the Island Redon has den Club, to be held at the the Orient. He will $2,821.05;
THE ISLANDER We need your ZIP CODE
Island School make no speech, but will Beach, $ ,
on Friday
several awardsin
dozen
won NUMBERS. By July 1, use of the Zip Code
21. The offer a brief comment Longboat Key,
photo competitions in evening May will be required on all newspapers, so it Is
New York for both his meeting will start with about each picture. The returns important that you send them to us as soon as
black and white and color the serving of a potluck Everyone Is welcome to highest ever possible.
supper at 6:30. attend. any of the four
photography.
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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 13, 1965 TlIG \

Guests afith Motels

All About People... MERRIMAC ON THE CLO.Pi Mr. and Mr. Human E.Alderman of SI
Mulberry on their honeymoon...Mr. and Mr. S. J. Aparo of Brandon
MISS MARGUERITE TUTTLE of Marina Drive and party...Mr. and Mr a. W. H. Montag of Flushing L.L.N. Y...Earl theAm
Steffen and William Steffena ol Chicago.
Holmes Beach, has returned to Bethlehem, Conn. for HALEY'S MOTEL Mra. Fern Dunard and Mra.Alice Smith of IndUnap.oil .
the summer, after vacationing on the Island for *. as
PALM COURTS Mra. Dorothy Kelly of Bradenton. .
several months. EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mra. Ben Borakl of Fenton Mich....Mrs.L. B.D.
MR. AND MRS. ERWIN E. PRICE of 70th Street, Warden of Middlesex N. J..Mra. Ruth Cooper of Detroit...Mr.and D.A..
t Mra. L. C. Wiles of Richmond Va...Mr and Mra. AI Dozza of Richmond .
for their home in
Holmes Beach, left a few days ago A Ind A.T.
Fremont, Mich. They expect to return to their home ROD k REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mra. T. H. Co.tan of Oklahoma City T.R..
Okla..Mr. and Mra. Robert L. Howe of Tulsa Okla..C. R. Berry and .
here in November.MR. Robert Will of Cape Coral..Mr. and Mr*. A. R. Phelps of Gary.N.C... R.D..
AND MRS. ALBERT LORING LANE, who left Mr. and Mra. K. Hamilton of Fort L.uderdale..Mr. and Mra. Robert H. D.R.
after the winter in Anna Kobler of Bloomington Ill...Mr. and Mr*. C. L.Hawley of Lakeland and .
the Island recently spending 1 daughter...Mr. and Mr*. Joseph P.Horbatb Jr.of Euclid Ohio...Mr. and .
Maria, will occupy their home in South Kent, Conn. Mr. M. Padablck of St. Cloud..Mr. and Mr*. Edward P. Boulet. Mr. and J.T.
Mr*. Edward P. Boulet Jr. and family and Mr*.Jeanne T.Smith, all of .
for the T.D.
summer.
- Tampa..Mr. and Mra. C. M.Hutaonof Fort Meacle...Mr and Mra. FredB. .
MR. AND MRS. MILTON ULMER, who have been at Grant of Lake Walei.
their home at 103 -51st Street,Holmes Beach,for the HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Charles W. Kur of Delray Beach..Mr. and J.R..
Mr. Nick Caroll of Plnella Part...Mr and Mr*. S. Wleraema of .
past several months, have returned to Westport, Chicago...Mr. and Mr*. J. Ruzlcka of New York City...Miss Huda Vel
Conn. for the summer. asquez of Baton Rouge La., and party...Mr. and Mra. K. L. Ferger of J.D..
Indianapolis...Mrs. J. Wood of Palmetto and family...Mr. and Mra. .
DAVID R. CHASE of Shell Drive, Holmes Beach, Edward Swager Sr. and Mr. and Mr*. J. Evans of Youngstown,Ohio... D.B.
has left to spend the summer at Orwell,Ohio. Mr. and Mra. A. Brockman of Long Island City.N. Y. .
FLAMINGO COURT MOTELt Mr. and Mr*. Henry Lucia and Mr. and M.
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. HULSE, who) have Mr*. Anton Mlcetlch of Chicago...Nile L. Lowmar of Avon Park.
spent several months at their new home on 71st CABA APARTMENTS: Walter Berger of Dayton. Ohio. J.T..
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mra. O. P. Owen of Decatur Ga... .
Street, Holmes Beach, left last week for their summer Mr. and Mra. L. W. Medcalf of Atlanta...Mr. and Mra. L. C. Fisher ofChillicothe T.c.
home in Ottawa, Ont. .Ohio. c.S..
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. C.M.Morgan of Lakeland. .
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD McVEAN of 207 67th THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTELi Mr*. Cay Puarde and Mr*. S.H.
Street, Holmes Beach, are leaving this week for their John Ollnger of Klnannlng. Pa..Mr. and Mr. W. M.Gllllnga of Vlata.Calif..Mr. H.T.
and Mra. David Clddln of Winter Haven..Mr. and Mr*. .
home at Akron, N. Y., where they will stay for the A. J. Smith of Lakeland...Jon P. Sellers of Tallahassee..Mr. and Mra. T.D..
summer. Malcolm Talt of Orlando and family..Rocky Watson and Butch Smithof D.M.
Port Mead...Mr. and Mra. Frank Melchart of Long bland City,N. Y... .
MR. AND MRS. JOHN MARLEY of South Bend, Mr. and Mra. A. L.Haswell of Tampa, and family..Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth M.C..
Ind. have left for home after spending the winter at C. Rice of Tamp...Mr. and Mra. J. C.Sutton of Winter Part...Mr. and C.w.
Mr*. Jack McQUInn of Seffner.S. .
their home in Anna Maria.O6ee4aee4 w.D.
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. A. Bauchle of Winter Park... .
Mr. and Mr; Harvey Prill of Oshkosh WIs.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mra. George E.Mlmba of Lake Walea... FrlYc
Ron Whiteley paid a surprise visit to his brother- Mr. and Mr*. Paul Parker of Tampa..Mr. and Mra.Edward L. Beck of
Lakeland..Mr. and Mra. M.H. Porter of Durant...Mr and Mr*.WilliamJ.
II II II in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Don Girardof Palm
Bowdoin of Duranr..Mr. and Mra. Sam Avenn Jr.of Eaton Part...
ARTHUR H. POIDEVIN, 58, of 3205-49th Avenue Drive, Holmes Beach, the past weekend, his third Mr. and Mra. L.S. Davlaon of Bradenton.
Drive West, Bradenton, died at Manatee Memorial visit to the Island. He Is stationed aboard the new

Hospital, Tuesday, May 4. Born in Bracebridge, nuclear Polaris Missile submarine, the USS SAM MR. AND MRS. HARRY RAMSEY, formerly of Ro
Ont., he moved to Holmes Beach from Detroit in HOUSTON. This most modern sub takes her men Greenville, Pa., and their baby daughter Mary Ellen, Isl
1950. He had lived in Bradenton for the past four underseas for 60 days at a time. Without surfacingor have moved to the Island and are living on Palm rei

years. even raising the periscope the crew lives beneaththe Drive, Holmes Beach. Mrs. Ramsey Is the former pel
He was construction supervisor for Flamingo Cay, sea. Ron was on his way to Key West from his Miss Mary Ann VerMett, daughter of Mrs. Mary tel
and operated his own construction and excavation base in Scotland. He enjoys the fishing in the waters VerMett of Holmes Beach. so

firm. He was a member of the Episcopal Churchof around Anna Maria so much that he never misses an HERBERT MILLER of Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, of
The Annunciation, and a former member of the opportunity to visit here, and usually manages to has returned home after a month's Coast Guard of

church vestry. catch some "hig ones." Reserve duty which he spent at the U. S. Public cano
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Sylvia Poidevin of Health Service Installation In Jacksonville.NOTICE .
Bradenton; his mother, Mrs. Mabel Sparks Poidevin MRS. CURTIS GOSMA, who has spent the winter at pr>

of St. Petersburg; two daughters, Mrs. Kathleen her home on 63rd Street, Holmes Beach, is planningto
Hoffiz of Detroit, and Miss Valerie Poidevin of spend the summer months in Nichols, Iowa. thT 1

Bradenton; three sons, William Poidevin of Covina, MR. AND MRS. CARL WIRTH have returned to their
Calif., Ronald Poidevin and Norman Poidevin, both home at Medina, N. Y.,after a five-month stay on the frt
of Bradenton; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Jackson of Island, their fifth winter here. All improved or unimproved property In evan
St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Frances Streeb of Detroit, MRS. FRANK C. DUNHAM of 503 75th Street, the City of Anna Maria should be mowed and
and 11 grandchildren. Holmes Beach, is recuperating at home after under- cleared during May. The City will clear and ea;

Funeral services were held at the Church of The going minor surgery a few days ago at Manatee mow any property not cleared by owners or
Annunciation Saturday morning, with the Rev. GeraldK. Memorial Hosoltal. agents, with costs assessed against the

Lowe, rector of the church, officiating. property.The .
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[1965 Thursday, May 13, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5'


6nef IGA Boys' Contest MIXED BOWLING LEAGUE -

< Standings this week in F r bland Marine Supply, already ..- F.Davidson 197 J.Elrod 144
art the Boys' Contest at the 74 i pl'ri surd of a fUat-pIace flnlefe In the P. Flanagan 197 D.Wagner 141
Island Mixed League, won two polnta R.Schuchard 196 W.Warner 141
Anna Maria IGA Store
are Friday evening In In match with C.Chapman 191.
'ap.drs. as follows: C Bayou Marina. High cores in the B.Guild 190 SeaWa High Cam. (Women)
r match were Frank Moc, 178-497,and L. Miller 190 D.Bower 221
B. Green 3,737 .
Glenn Safford 232516. D. Davldeon 212
and D. Tarry 1,171 Other ecoree were W bb'. !bland HIGH SERIES (MEN) J.Connlck 209
ltd, A. VanOstenb'ge 22,721 -' Pharmacy 3, Connlck'a TV I.(Frank R.Schuchard 333 P.Ceer 203
Davidson.197.330;Dick Connlck.182 B. Arkebauer 341 B.Schmidt 193
ity. T. Rotolo 16,624 522). A. Raamueaen 333 P.Chapman 192
and R. Maxon 16,303 Dick Wagner Realty 3. Schuchard F. Davidson 330 J. LoCicero 188
Plumbing 1. (Grace Alderton. 187- D.Connlck 322 C. Alderton 187
t H. D. Parrish 20,398R. 500; Ray Schuchard. 198-333). B. Guild 520 R.Haverkoe 187
andand Adams 12,648 1 Sand Bar 3. Linen Rental 1. (Andy G.Saftord 316 P.Hottman 183
Raamuaaen. 214. Byron Arkebauer I.. Miller 508. '
and J. Eddowes 5,419 34I| Pat Flanagan. 197.480). B. Relnel 303 Seaaon'e High Series (Women)
HoT T. Jenkins 1,243D. laland Furniture Center 3, Anna F. Moc 497 D.Davidson 343
Maria Pier I. D.Bower 326
redand City (Roy Ferguson
Godfrey 1,899 187-496; Lefty Miller, 190-508). Seaaon'e High Averages (Women) W.Miller 313
J. Norwood 6,271 Island Trader 2, B I K Hardware W.Miller 148 P.HottmanD. 310
tot 2.(Bob R lnel.183-303;Lloyd llanion. Bower 148 G.Alderton 300
'el- R. Huffine 1,445J. 187-487)). P. Hottman 143 P.Ceyer 491

rot Rice 3,145 Island Marine Supply team, first place winner in the LEAGUE STANDINGS. J.P.Safford Geyer 138 136 J.B.Safford Guild 486 473

in.a.. D. Lease 387B. Island Mixed Bowling League. Left to right arc: Duke Island Marine Supply 80.9 R. Haverkoe 136 J. LoCicero 470
Motter 697 Winsor, Jo LoCicero, Phyllis and Frank Moc. Webb' Island Pharmacy 73 P.Chapman 136 K. Ferguson 464
Anna Marla City Pier 74.SDick D. Davidson 135'
and
M. Morrick 2,461 (ISLANDER PHOTO) Wagner Realty 71.3 K. Ferguson 133 Seaaon a High Games (Men)
J. Francis 545T. Connlck' TV 67.3 C. Alderton 133 B.Guild 251

r ofire. Angell 1,814C. A. M. Police Report High TwelveThe Sand Bayou Bar Marina 62 66 J.Schmidt LoCicero 132 127 L.llan.on D.Connlck 243 239
Weaver 651S. Island Trader 61.3 B.Guild 125 H.Meyer 239
Lease 1,284H. moi.inl} report of Ed Wiese of Dradcnton Schuchard Plumbing 60.3 D. Warner 124 P. Flanagan 234
the activities of the Anna Beach will be the guest Island Furniture Center 37.3 K.Green 121 A. Raamuaien 234
Stewart 3,020 B I K Hardware 37 P. Moc 121 G.Safford 232
+ta., T. Kretzer 564D. Maria City Police Department speaker at the meeting of Linen Rental 36.3 J.Connick 119 C.Chapman 223
ra.ra.. for April shows the Island High Twelve e L.Meyer 119 J.Anderson 224
, Deam 2,331M. HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) C. Arkebauer 118 B. Arkebauer 223
ltheth Dailey 1,530 that eight arrests were Club, which will be heldat C. Alderton 187 L. Flanagan UI. *
made; 14 traffic warnings the Gulf Terrace Res- P.Hottman 169 D. Wagner 110 Seaaon's High Series (Men)
C. Girard 746 W.Miller 168 C.Schuchard 107 B.Guild 618
and Issued; $48 in fines collected taurant In Bradenton Raamuseen 611
W. Tison 672D. D. Bower 166 P. Bull 101 A.
in the city court; Beach at noon, Thursday, L.Meyer 165. L.Miller 603
Bower 379 J. Saflord 162 Season's High Averagee (Men) B. Arkebauer 601
accident calls
two ans- is the
13. Wiese
French 310 May D.Bower 161 B. Guild 181 P.Dnld.on 378
wered; 14 complaints owner and operator ofa C. Aldenon 138 A.Raamuesen 174 C.Chapman 378
K. Ferguson 157 B. Arkebauer 170 L. Hanson 572
received and investigated boat and will
am Youth CenterMr. ; shrimp C.Aldenon 155 L.Miller 167 R. Ferguson 368
seven complaints from the describe the shrimp D. Connick 166 H.Meyer 567
Sheriff's office receivedand HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) F.Davldaon 163 R.Schuchard 566
and Mrs. Robert industry in Florida. C.Aldenon 300 C.Chapman 164.
Ross, directors of the investigated, and 24 The following Wednes- W.MUler 451 R. Ferguson 164 Substitutes' Average (Men)

en Of Island Youth Center,have requests for information day, May 19, members of D..Sartord Bower 433 434 R.F. Moc Schuchard 161 164 R.R. Adair Phillips 176J. 134

requested that all young handled. the local club will meet J. LoCicero 423 L. Hanson 160 R.Guild 139
1micr people on the Island register Assistance was rendered jointly with the Bradenton L.Meyer 421 E.Schmidt 138 (Women)
1 P.Hottman 412 H.Meyer 137 B. Phillip 138
at the Youth Centerso 16 times; one vacant High Twelve Club, at a R.HIYerkoe 411 B. Relnel 137 M.Parks 136
try that a complete surveyof house was found open and Ladies Day luncheon at K. Ferguson 394 B.Honman 133 K. Downs 126
B.Carter 386 P. Flanagan 133 C. Elrod 109
the recreational needsof secured; two business the Manatee River Hotelin C.Safford 153. '
ia. the Island young peoplecan establishments found open Dradenton. Don Colon- HIGH GAMES(MEN) E. Haverkos 133 BOWLING BRIEFS
ird C.Saflord 232 C. Bower 132 The annual banquet of the bland
be made. Plans are and secured; 25 security nese, owner of a Bra- A. RaamuMcn 214 E.Carter 149 Mlied League will be served at the
lie now being made for a full checks made; 190 hours denton florist shop, will B.Arkebauer 210 L.Stafford 148 Aiure T.... Lido B.achongatarday
Schuchard J. 147 12.
R. 198 Anderson evening May
program of activities at spent on radio patrol; 82 speak on "The Art of

the center. hours of office work done Flower Arranging," and

The center is open each and 1,574 miles logged will make a number of BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO THE ISLANDER THE ISLAND'S OWN

Tuesday through Friday, patrol. arrangements as part of WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE SURE TO GET YOUR COP IN THE MAIL EACH
from 3:30 to 5:30; Friday The report was made by his talk. Reservationsmust
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE UNITED STATES--OR $2 FOR
evening, 7:30 to 11:30, Anna Maria City Police be made by May 13,
SIX MONTHS. CALL 778-2021 OR WRITE BOX 757, ANNA MARIA, FLA.
and from 9 a.m.toSp.m., Chief, Gene V. Stewart, with Ray Rhude, Russell

each Saturday. who heads the department. Homer or Fred Waugh.


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THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 13, 1065
page 6


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Island School PTA Roser Men's ClubA P b, d

M COUNTY JUOCTi COURT r
BERNARD MISSION MANATEE COUNTY The Anna Maria Ele- "carry-in cookout"will

(CATHOLIC) NOTICE STATE TO OP CREDITORS FLORIDA mentary School PTA will be featured at the }
f
R.". Francis F. WeUmiller To All Creditor.Legates DUolbutM hold its last meeting of regular monthly meetingof
and. All Pron*having Claim or 8 the Men's Club at Roser
the school at I
MASS-SUNDAYI 8 & 10 am Demand against th* EMM of RUBY year p.m.,
WEEKDAYS 8 am W.ROBERTS. deceaeedi Tuesday, May 18. Memorial Community
HOLY OAYSl 8 am & 6
ROSARY & BENEDICTION-pm You Mid ucla of you are hereby Principal Sam Schiek Church, to be held at ?- ti r P
notified andrsqufr.dtotU.snyclalmssad
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm demand, which you or oldwr of will present a program 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, May M
HorvwMemorial Church you may haw against th* .*ut* of about the educational 18. Members and their
Non-Df.fMlnatlonol RUBY W.aOBEaTSoclleeUedla&eIII
( > )
Biedenton Beech Manatee County, Florid, with Ibe problems of children, withan wives are asked to take
Honorable ftobert A. Rickey. Judged to clarify those their main course, and
R... A. W. Sims County Judge'e Court. Manatee County. attempt
SUNDAY Florida at his office In the CourtHouse problems and to discuss the men will cook their
9s IS am Sunday School of MM County wlftln six(6) possible solutions. A steaks, hamburgers, or
calendar month from die time of the
ChrUtlwt Sel... S nlc*) first pubUcaUoa of ml node panel will be chosen from hot dogs on the grills to

A. M. CwMMMilty Hew. Herbert J.Howard, the audience. be provided by the club.
oldie
Executor
SUNDAY Ancillary Estate of Ruby W.Rob- New officers of the local Dessert and coffee will
'lOO ass Sunday Service eru, Deceased PTA for the next year be furnished. Membersare

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH L..O.W.80.19BradalllOllo HardyP. will be Installed by the asked to take their
*... L.. Retlilf Peiter
Florida president of the Manatee own folding table, chairs
FRIDAYS ElUte
Attorney for
3tOO pm Jt, CA 4-22. 2$ s-6 ft IS, '65 County PTA. They are: and table service. x

SUNDAYS 8:4 am Sunday School Mrs. Richard Poe, presi- Roser Retreat yvZr -

lOtOO am Worship Service NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING dent; Mrs. Charles ?
5t30 pm Chapel Choir t Board of the after schoolon ; :
6:30 Worship Service The Planning Zoning Weaver, vice president; Immediately !io
pm
of Bradenton Beach will hold a
7(30 pm Youth Fellowship City Public Hearing on Thuriday. May 20, Mrs. Grover Welch, trea- Friday, May 14, high

TUESDAY 7100: pm Church Choir 196S. at 7i30 P.M., at the City Hill for surer, and Mrs. Richard school students of Roser
WEDNESDAYS the purpose of considering the requeat
Stewart corresponding Memorial Community
4100 Int.rm.diat. GA of Dick Wagner for rezoning from R-3 ,
7100 pm pm Prayer Mooting to C-l. the following described prop- secretary. Mrs. Melvin Church, and their guests,
7lOO pm RA, Sunbeam erty Lot 6, 7*8,Block 13,Dexhurat Travis is the president will leave on their annual
Subdivision a* per plat thereof recorded .
Ross, M.w.ri.l Ch"chN..D..lnetl..l In Plat book 1, page 154 elect for the followingyear. weekend retreat at Camp P

( I) Florida.Public Records of Manatee County Florida in Limona. They 4...'

He.. Richard K. Biffin. The location of the above la 2111 Island Little LeagueThe will be returning late on
Peeler 13 and IS Cult Drive. Sunday afternoon. Frank Gaba of Los Angeles, with 18 and 14-pound
The of the 1* fora
THURSDAYS 3100 pm Ch.rub Choir Real purpose state Office and rezoning Gift Shop. Mets, first place Adult counsellors who cobla, and five black grouper he caught last week :

4100 pm Cantus Choir City of Bradenton Beach team in the Island Little will attend the retreat while fishing in the Gulf with his brother, Ed Gaba '1 1

FRIDAY 7130 pm Senior Choir Byi Sophia City ClerkUNCLASSIFIED L. Carother League, continued their with the young people will of Bradenton Beach, and Bill Linstead of Stillwater,

Senior R.tr.at winning streak last week be the Rev. and Mrs. N. Y. On another recent fishing trip In the Gulf with

SUNDAY 9:00 am Worship Service Monday by trouncing the Richard Wiggins, Mr. and Ken Brown and Harry Moss, the group caught 11
10:00 am Sunday School ./flic* pffBMit ,.,.Ir.. Reds, 18 to 4. Mrs. Dave Gettlnger; and cobla and three large grouper.

MONDAYS 1 Uses--i.00--S01 ....... Tuesday's action saw Mr. and Mrs. John Hulh.
7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 ,
TUESDAY WANTED TO BUYi Retired couple the Red Sox hand the Mets Uncle Sam still needs

S:30 pm ".n'* Club Cookout condition desire ,3-Bedroom on Gulf or Bay House, or In walking good their first defeat of the .565; Cliff Girard, .538; you

Church of Th. Annunciation distance to beach. Write I.McICWIp, season, 12 to 6. Rusty Stiltner, .500; Ran-

(EpUcoool) L'l'j .P'J'TgrBrademon, Beach. Thursday night the Reds dy Bricker, .500, and John Buy U. S. Savings Bonds to protect yourcountry's
FOR SALE Fine China Service for
Rw. GoroM K. Low (star .Ix. Will take reasonable offer.Phone played the Red Sox, with Norwood, .455.

THURSDAYS 77'-1405 mE the latter team the winner The schedule for the future and provide for your own
9:00 am Holy Eucharist FOR JUNE BRIDEi 16 pieces
4th SUNDAY AFTER EASTERS beautiful stemware eight goblet and by a 10 to 3 score. week: Thursday, May 13,
8:00 am Holy Eucharist elaht herbels. a 'or> 310. 778-2114. in Reds Mets
batters
10(30 am Family Eucharist & YEARLY IJ I rs Per Monin-- The ten top vs. ; Monday, k
Sermon Church School Unfurnished 2-Bedroom Apartment In the league, with ten or May 17, Red Sox vs. Reds,

Gloria Ool, Lutheran Church Anna M.rl.. r.ll Owner .t 778-1410.. more times at bat are: and Tuesday, May 18,

I Roy. Lector M. Ufx Pastor PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Tom Hamer, .722; Nicky Reds vs. Mets. Z

SUNDAYS ETC. Norwood, .706; Tim Ro- Pee Wee League gamesare sOeas w..rcsAnd

10130 9il S au am Sunday Worship. School Service MOWING EDGING tolo, .692; Dan Herring- played at 6:30 p.m.,

11130 am Choir Rehearsal KEN FELLOWS shaw, .643; Jim Rice, Wednesdays, and 4 p.m.,

; 1 Phone 778-2894 after P. M. .636; Jim Herrlngshaw; Saturdays.

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STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL- cape
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those empty apace In your album. llalwii
Wo carry acupplyforeverycollecror. andPHene .canc.
You're welcome to come ant browse.M. Rubber Stamp?
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Overlooking Gulf. $150, Winter
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at $3.960. caah. MAHAR ES-
TAijj Phone 7711-jIS9. .. f
TED TO our: AU u. s. Coin. '
Cold, Currency, or Foreign Coin of ,.
any Country, or old Medal. Token,
etc. Byron a Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
14th St. W.. Bradenton, Ph.747-2316.
BELOW MARKET: Choice Canal- i II III
front Lots on 77th Street",000.72nd
Street. $4.000. 59th Street, ",000.
Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately103x230
feet, half block to Gulf.
I Price $16,300. Want $10,000 offer.
JOHN B. PROTHERO. RegisteredReal
\ Reasoner Anson Estate Broker, 116.81 it Street.
Holme* P aft or c7lIfll-2S4.
I P A D'sLAW 4 YARD Service
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FREE ESTIMATESPROFESSIONAL I
YARD SERVICE
Telephone Phone: 74ft-7076
SACRIFICE: : .ANNA MARIAi Beautifulhigh
'144-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 dry corner loco 1001120, including -
DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. boat allp on canal. One block l
to City Pier and beach. Zoned residential.
Paved atreet ft city witer.
Make offer term. Call Owner 778144t. -
; or KM>-Sftth,, Holmes Beach, -
-At1FERAT, ONS SIit kind of Cloth-
Ing. Also Dressmaking Drape Mrs.Prank ,
:
Beard. Phone 771-1431.


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- HSursday. May 13, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7


.ISLAND REAL ESTATE I

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Q d. George Wagner-REALTY
Gulf Front Home
Island Shopping' Center
[Furnished 2-BR Home with glassed-in porch. PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc.
I BEAUTIFUL WHITE SANDY BEACH.Located c...E......r.t.........rAU.
Itn Anna Maria--BEAT THIS IF YOU CANIII!!!! .." .,A..eei.
[Only $16,900. THIS SHOtJLDSELLATONCE.

PARRISH REALTY
1ft DICK WAGNER
iAVH H. fAJUISM. Mf. PIGGY "MASS!I" MOOCf. AMC.HLtttf

Office finm. AHM fcUrfe MMM: 771-1902 ""
...w.w., r'yY r ealtor
w 2217 GULF DRIVE BNADENTON BEACH

Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA'

WATERFRONTMODEl New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank

Large Store Space-Night Hum motion-

Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor

OPENat Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464



SEASIDE <; \RIt\S Canal Front HomeNEAR
+P tiL'
'
SEE II HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.
nd
ek i; JACK HOLMES, Realtor Two Bedrooms, Fireplace, Closed garage w/
ba '1 1'r Homes, Inc., broker for Key Royale,
Royale
Key
HONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE utility room, good dock. Owner Is leaving
Inc., announced this week the sale of two of the
lth 11 HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDATo company's 1965 model homes for occupancy by the country. Will sell furnished for low price of
new owners later in the year.
- The Beachcomber II model (top picture) at 605
Concord Lane has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. $16,800 with TERMS
I Stttlt Estatt Francis Abraham of Collinsville, 111. from the
builder, the Richmond Construction Co.Selling priceof JOHN B. PROTHERO
THREE BEDROOM Two Bath Private Home the home, exclusive of the furnishings, was
.. Rail
.,,,. Estelt Irrttr-SiUs i liitfls
Co.
with central heating and air conditioning. $21,000. G. L. Kalbflelsch of Bradenton Realty
1 Large Living Room with fireplace Kitchen, was the cooperating broker. 116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes BeachStaNdOvts
Utility Room, Screened Patio, Garage. Conquistador model home (lower picture) at 619
Completely Furnished. Seawalled canalfrontlot. Key Royale Drive has been purchased by Mr. and
Beautifully landscaped. Mrs. Jack Becker of Miami from the builder, the
Wm. B. Lee Co. Furnishings of both homes were
ASKING $27,500
from the Island Furniture Center.
Sec our sign at 526- 75th Street Canal.M.h.r Both models will remain open and completel)
furnished until later this year when the owners will fro.JACK'S .
R.al Esta.. take possession. Four new models arc expected to
RUTH MAHAI LEO MANAIItfbttrri be completed by Dec. 1. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) IARGAIN BOARD

ltd Is.... I,.,... REAL ESTATE SALE

(I.... ........, Mrs. Ford Fredenburgh recently purchased a lot GULF FRONT COTTAGE in good conditionand
in Bimini Bay.Estates,.Anna Maria,through Gertrude Fully Furnished. A Fine Rental Property.
7762 Self. irhrt, N.(... IMC 771-1151
Real Estate Broker:
Blasslngame Registered 100 feet of frontage with full foreshore and
Riparian Rights. A valuable property in top
Holmes Beach Section. Priced to sell on
THIS IS A LISTING I WOULD HAVE Attractive Terms.A .
IUY NOW
LIKED 2 MONTHS AGO BECAUSE Of

OCCUPY NEXT SEASON THE FREQUENT REQUESTS FOR. Genuine LOT BARGAIN in fine residential
section of Holmes Beach. Boat docking and use
CLOSE-TO.SHOfMMG.CENTER-HOME of private beach--90x100, going for $1,730
We will all and Worth almost double this
cash.
I pay expanses WELL KEPT Completely Furnished 2-BR give away
rent the home from you to use Home in Excellent Condition. Beautiful Lot. price.
Only a block from the Beach and Holmes
as a furnished model until you Beach Shopping Center, yet located so as to
offer TWO LOTS with Duplex Zoning. Very clone to
need it.SEAFARER. privacy. fine wide GULF MKACII. Both for J3.000I)

$14,500Gertrude SEE

Blassingame

I REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER JACK MARSHALL Rciltor

fi- Fran Maxon Associate: A
OQUIHA BUILDING PHONE 778.1 ,' M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Marl
:,. !:'-" ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA ."
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HOLMIS lEACH ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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KEY ROYALE Ei' Apartments condominium


WATERFRONT LOT ownership

LAST OF THE 1965 MODELS
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
+ONLY $18,500 CASH
I and 2 BathsSWIMMING
4 ADD $2,634 FOR FURNITUREIF POOL

DESIRED $15,500 TO $11,500

ONLY $1,878 DOWN, Mritlf .._...... .,..

NO CLOSING COSTS, .. 5 IVIIY Dey

IF TERMS DESIRED
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OVER 300 FEET OF GULF FRONT--AS P. O. BOX 1152
Phone 778-1917 BEAUTIFUL A UKACH AS YOU CAN FIND HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDAS
TIm WORLD OVER'
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II f I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH ---


I <:::
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; % GRADUATION TIME--COME
C wJ -im. x' IN AND SEE OUR:Hats&Bagsin
apt.
Fabric, Leather,Straw. .
ES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Sensational Costume Jewelry
Hawaiian Colognes, ,
Perfumes, Sachets. Bath
ClOSEOUTON Oils & Soaps. Hundreds of
other Unique Items. THISIS
THE PLACE to find JUST
ONE TABLE OF the RIGHT Gift for that VERY
SPECIAL PERSONI!
.. Free Gift & Mail Wrap
Materialat ... N. Phine
Photo Phinishing
(j,. :' ., ..J taDv
*
I. 7. : :
;

75C per Yd '*'-

VALUE $1.50 Sassies .
up s

Are New!

Colas Divine/ t V
NEW SUMMER HOURS
Worn for ShoppingThe
will close at beach,Pool and Party
NOON on Wednesdayand .

[ ] at 3 o'clock on Saturdayuntil
NEW SHIFTS
further noticePITTSBURGH
Arriving Daily

size 8to20a

J2% to 24%
I SAVE OVER 20%
M tl.Nf.......'.S.tf*.U4 lUtaU......
f I<

PAINT. L.y.w.r J. : .....
specially treated Oil
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77* mi
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prevent cracking +-r Sf j W i f1f

I'V peeling r FRESH MILK DAILY
5591
gallon __.. GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
I Oil Bae OoIJ _
ft radJ.8 xcd body colon HANDY DANDYOPEN
ft trim colors extra
SALE ENDS MAY 15 7A.M.-11P.M.

.. leach Supplies lie. EVERY...DAY.

778-1131 SHOPPING. CENTER 7712110Call

\ ( ) 5 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 778-2012


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Plumbing Contractor
5304 Holmes Boulevard

I PlumbMo" Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs.

, EACH liaHOI STOlE
HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

77I.2$13NEW VEMNK
..............., ...............
Imported j "*
: HOURS Kac *
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Fifth Scotch.rY." 19 ;: MAY effective 15 'j: J t-tu.z?

6E BEER 3 s: fee_Teej :{Walker's Gin
;$3j69 3-fiq.po
kiHontine Cans II J GILBEY'
$1.01 ft 0 .. Vodka
NOT er COLS ; N It JI3393HIIOJOO: _
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I Bush BavarianBlack : TEN HIGH
Label Y
3 for
10.00
( ./(yea Ynsurance Falstaff( ; Let ALL Us Fill Contain
'I2t K ; t
Your Party; $3.78 fifth
", 778-1541 -89-! 6.-pack. ; Needs 3 for 10.00

'I at NOON Wednesday & Saturday Wt Cmr Tb ENTIRE IsliidIi