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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 20, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND PKY l.'9 RAR'f .

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No. 706 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 20, 1965 TEN CENTS ,


1 Two-Year-Old Drowns IN Bay M 11 11Two

and one-half year the home of Mr. and Mrs.
old Della Ann McCracken Steve Schiro of Day Bou
drowned in the Bay opposite levard. Schiro and Nor- I
the Bayou Marinain man Franklin gave the j
Anna Maria, about 6 child mouth-to-mouth .
p.m., Tuesday. She was resuscitation for some
the daughter of Mr. and time, but she did not re- t I
Mrs. Roland McCracken spond. I
j I of 2813-5th Street East, A resuscitator was used i
Samoset. on the child by an ambu- (
Mrs. McCracken and a lance crew from Griffitht\
friend, Mrs. Joyce Scott, Cline Island Chapel. Dr. *
were walking along the John Deam of Holmes '
beach with several of Beach declared the child I
their children, when the dead at about 6:30.
youngster was missed. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken

1.n,,,, Her mother ran back and have six other children,
found her, and took her to aged one to ten.
a
j Home-Owners Association MeetsA I

preliminaryexccutlve city-sponsored sewage
committee for the HomeOwners disposal system at this
r Association of time.
Holmes Beach has been Regarding a proposed
appointed to function untila second main highway
general membership from Holmes' Boulevard,
meeting Is' called for the along 52nd Street and 2nd
election of officers and Avenue to an egress street
naming of committees. not named, city council
Selected Col. will be asked
were: to present tia ti
I A. F. S. Mackenzie, complete plan before
chairman Grace II. GrIH- purchasing right-of-way
I wold, vice chairman; from Gulf Drive to 52nd
Ralph G. Wills, treasurer; Street, and give an estimate I
Harry Varley, secretary, of the cost of pavingthe I
Lots of action at the Manatee County Beach on a recent sunshiny Sunday afternoon. (ISLANDER PHOTO) and Col. Max II. Cooler, proposed hl hwJY. The
Antonio i Carnbonl and subject is under consideration -
New Anna Maria PostmasterMrs. Robert Rankln. by the city council.A .
I "Igo Requests Sabbatical LeaveHarold Thc committee and request for removalof
Clarence Sterner three of those who tooka members present at a Illegal signs l throughout ,
Igo 'of Anna ha. appointed committee uf 224 Periwinkle Plaza, civil service examination meeting last week unani- the city will be presented .J
Maria, director for the chairmen as follows: Anna Maria, has been for the postmastership mously opposed any to the mayor and
Island Players for the 16 programs, Ralph Wills; named acting postmaster early In 196-1. municipal venture Into a board of aldermen.C .
years of that organiza publicity Mrs. H. H. at the Anna Maria Post Mrs. Sterner, 49, moved
tion's existence, last week Griswold; membership, Office to succeed Stewart here about six years ago County Seeking Of C Meeting
asked the Players' boardof Mrs. K. W. Stenstrom; Hawkins, acting postmaster from Monongahcla, pa. I Directors of the Island
directors to relieve ways and means, A. L. at the office for the She and her husband, who New Water Users I Division of the Manatee
him of his directing duties Genung; small props, past five and a half years. was disabled In the Battleof Members of the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce
for Mrs. Frank Schroeder Mrs. Sterner said this the
next season.In Bulge during World County Commission were last week voted to
Igo's letter to the and production coordinator week that she received War II, have three daughters on the Island Tuesday to have two of the Island's
board, he explained that James Zerby. official notification of the Mrs. Charles Wood- discuss the use of county round welcome signs re.
he had some unfinished Because finding props appointment Saturday, ward of Rldgeway, Pa., water with the mayorsand painted. (Bids from l Island
writing he wanted to com- and costumes in a localityof from the Post Office [)c- Mary Lynn, l/andNorma councils of the three painters will be sought
plete and which he has homes without cellaror partment's regional officeIn Jo 13.She Island cities. Director Pete Reynardsaid
not been able to complete attic presents many Atlanta. Is a graduate of With commissioners he feared that the
while directing.At problems, Mrs. Gray has She will assume her official California State College, were John Benson,county President's beautification
a meeting last week, divided the work of the duties at 2 p.m., California, Pa., and did engineer; Richard Hampton plan for highways will
the board of directors costume committee, assigning Friday, May 21, whenC. graduate work In education county attorney, and eliminate billboards, HO
voted "with regret" to Mrs. George M. Griffith, Tampa at the University of other county employees. "let's ask the State Road
grant Igo's request. Ills Marshall chairman for the postal Inspector, will be California and at the Purpose of the visit was 1)k-pa rt rncnt for directional
letter follows: first play, Mrs. Emmett here to effect the transfer University of Pittsburgh.She to seek a "resolution of signs lo tho Island."
To the Board of Directors Smalley for the second from Hawkins to Mrs. was a school teacher good faith" from each of President Bill Genung
The Island PlayersDue play: and Mrs. George Sterner. Both Mrs. for a number .of years. the city governments that said he had seen the typo
to the fact I have Ingersoll for the third. Sterner and Hawkins reportedly She told The ISLANDER would Indicate that the of billboard that might bo
some unfinished writingto Other committee chair- were in the top (Continued on Page 2)) cities would use county eye-catching. It is on tho
complete I would like to men arc: John Osborne, water when It became Interchange north of Palmetto -
be relieved of my direct house manager; tickets, available. and It merely hag
ing duties for the followingyear. Frank Schroeder; posters 3 '(he governing boards ofall the name of the city, and
Mrs._ Jim Eddowes; three cities Indicated an arrow.A .
Every season I have placards, Mr. and Mrs. they would take the water. decal I for cam which
thought I could find time James Chase; technical According to the county would promote tho Island
for both directing and adviser, Frank Brcchlln; -( .... officials It will be available only wan discussed. Thu
writing but always this has building adviser Gene on the Island In the group will consider design -
proved impossible. Cox; production manager, fall of 1966. at the next meeting
I believe we have Jim Eddowes, chief ush- If all three cltleMUMu the when there will be never
achieved a high standardof erette. Melanie Woodland.Mrs. water, the rates will Incomparable .II! sketches from whichto
theatre excellence andi George Tann will to the lowest choose a design.
trust this standard can be chairman of the com .Y rate In the county. Three new members of
be maintained. I am con- mittee for the annual tea, Pressure would IK10 the Island Division arc
fident this is possible now and Cox will be chairmanof pounds to a maximum of Boh Sheldon Mira Mar;
there are several good the committee for the 70 pound,depending upon Ml Side Cottages, and the
directors available on the annual banquet.Mrs. the amount of water being Hufflne Standard Oil Scr .
Island and in the Immed- Smalley was made used. vice Station. I
iate area. chairman of the reading
My very best wishes fora committee, which helps
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
successful year choose the plays to be -
Very truly yours, presented. *.... I.."",
Harold Igo T..p.
DirectorAccording NO BURNING I .. T..,_"" ..
to a release Because of the long period .. "* ,:,: :' "- r.. HI'"

from the Players this of dry weather Fire 1 11 1--76 84 79 84 80 None
week, an announcementwill Marshal Leon P. Stafford : Y 1276 82 79 8to/ None
be made in the near announced this week that 13--78 82 80 86 80 None
future about the choice of no burning of trash or 14- -74 82 81 86 80 None
a director for the coming other material will be 15--74 86 82 90 79 None
season. allowed' In the Island Fire 16- -78 86 82 9O 79 None
Mrs. Wallace Gray,new Control District--the Island 17.-7 t 84 MO 89 79 NoneUNIVSITY
president of the Players, and Cortez. MM. SALLY STUMER



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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good Of FLA. HISTORY( i


No. 706 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 TEN CENTS I


I Two-Year-Old Drowns In BayTwo 11

and one-half year the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;
old Della Ann McCracken Steve Schiro of Day Bou
drowned in the Hay opposite levard. Schiro and Nor- I
the Bayou Marinain man Franklin gave the "
Anna Maria, about 6 child mouth-to-mouth (
p.m., Tuesday. She was resuscitation for sometime I
the daughter of Mr. and but she did not re- I''
Mrs. Roland McCracken spond. 'pI I
I of 2813-5th Street East A resuscitator was usedon
Samoser.I the child by an ambulance
I Mrs. McCracken and a crew from Griffith-
1>uii friend, Mrs. Joyce Scott, Cline Island Chapel. Dr.
I were walking along the John Dcam of Holmes
I beach with several of Beach declared the child
their children, when the dead at about 6:30.
youngster was missed. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken
I Her mother ran back and have six other children, t ti
: found her, and took her to aged one to ten. .1'Ii

i Home-Owners Association Meets .1.1A

JT
preltmlnaryexecutlve city-sponsored sewage
rr + committee for the I HomeOwners disposal system at this
Association of time.
Holmes Beach has been Regarding a proposed
appointed to function untila second main highway
general membership from I Holmes Boulevard,
meeting Is called for the along 52nd Street and 2nd
election of officers and Avenue to an egress street
naming of committees. not named, city council
Selected I were: Col.A. will be asked to present
F. S. Mackenzie, a complete plan before
chairman; Grace fl. GrlN- purchasing rightofwayfrom
wold, vice chairman Gulf Drive to 52nd
Ralph G. Wills, treasurer; Street, and give an estimate -
Harry Varley, secretary, of the cost of pavingthe .
Lots of action at the Manatee County Beach on a recent sunshiny Sunday afternoon. (ISLANDER PHOTO) and Col. Max II. Cooler, proposed highway. I he
Antonio Carnhonl and subject Is under consideration -
Robert lUnkln. by the city council.
New Anna Maria PostmasterMrs.
I Igo Requests Sabbatical Leave The committee and request for removalof
Clarence Sterner three of those who tooka members present at a illegal signs throughout -
'-' Harold 'Igo' of Anna h.. appointed committee uf 22-1 periwinkle Plaza, civil service examination meeting last week unanimously : the city will be presented -
Maria, director for the chairmen as follows: Anna Maria, has been for the postmastership opposed any to the mayor and
Island Players for the 16 programs, Ralph Wills; named acting postmaster early in 1964. municipal venture into a hoard of aldermen.C .
years of that organiza- publicity, Mrs. H. II. at the Anna Maria Post Mrs. Sterner, 49, moved
tion's existence,last week Griswold; membership, Office to succeed Stewart here about six years ago County SeekingNew Of C Meeting
asked the Players' boardof Mrs. K. W. Stcnstrom; Hawkins, acting postmaster from Monongahela, Pa. Directors of the Island
directors to relieve ways and means, A. L. at the office for the She and her husband, who Water Users Division of Manatee
him of his directing duties Genung; small props, past five and a half years. was disabled In the Battle Members of the Manatee County Chamber of Com
for next season.In Mrs. Frank Schroeder, Mrs. Sterner said this of the Bulge during World County Commission were mcrce last week voted to
Igo's letter to the and production coordinator week that she received War II, have three daughters on the l Island Tuesday have two of the Island's
board, he explained that James Zerby. official notification of the Mrs. Charles Wood- discuss the use of county round welcome signs re-
he had some unfinished Because finding props appointment Saturday, ward of Ridgeway, Pa., water with the mayors painted. Bids from Island
writing he wanted to com- and costumes in a localityof from the Post Office De- Mary Lynn, andNorma and councils of the three painters will be sought.
plete, and which he has homes without cellar partment's regional I officein Jo, 13.She Island cities. Director Pete Reynardsaid
not been able to complete or attic presents many Atlanta. Is a graduate of With commissioners he feared that the
while directing.At problems, Mrs. Gray has She will assume her official California State College, were John Benson,county President's beautification
a meeting last week, divided the work of the duties at 2 p.m., California, Pa., and did engineer; Richard Hampton plan for highways will
the board of directors costume committee, assigning Friday, May 21, whenC. graduate work In education county attorney, and eliminate billboards, no
voted "with regret" to Mrs. George M. Griffith, Tampa at the University of other county employees. "lot's auk the State Road
grant Igo's request. His Marshall chairman for the postal inspector, will be California and at the Purpose of the visit was Department for directional
letter follows: first play, Mrs. Emmett here to effect the transfer University of Pittsburgh.She to seek a "resolution of signs to the Island."
To the Board of DirectorsThe Smalley for the second from Hawkins to Mrs. was a school teacher good faith" from each of President lUll Cenung
Island PlayersDue play, and Mrs. George Sterner. Both Mrs. for a number -of years. the city governments that said he had seen the type
to the fact I have Ingcrsoll for the third. Sterner and Hawkins reportedly She told The ISLANDER would Indicate that the of billboard that might bo
some unfinished writingto Other committee chairmen were in the top (Continued on Page 2)) cities would UHC county eye-catching. It I U on tho
complete I would like to arc: John Osborne, ---- water when It became Interchange north of Palmetto -
be relieved of my direct- house manager; tickets, available. and it merely has
ing duties for the followingyear. Frank Schroeder; post- the governing boards (If the name of the city, and
ers, Mrs. Jim Eddowes all three cities Indicated an arrow.A .
Every season I have placards Mr. and Mrs. they would take the water. decal for earn which
thought I could find time James Chase technical According to the county would promote the Island
for both directing and adviser, Frank Brechlln; 1< 1 4.i officials, it will be available only was dlMCUMMed. The
writing but always this has building adviser, Gene on the Island l In the group will consider designs -
proved Impossible. Cox; production manager, I fall of 1966. at the next meeting
I believe we have Jim Eddowvs, chief ush- If all three c III..H use the when there will IK never
achieved a high standardof erette.Melanie Woodland.Mrs. water, the rates will be oal| sketches from which
theatre excellence and George Tann will comparable to the lowcut to choose a design.
{ trust this standard can be chairman of the com ..t i rates In the county. hree new members of
be maintained. I am con- mlttee for the annual tea, I I I'rcNMure would be40 the Inland Dlvlxlon. are
fident this U possible now and Cox will be chairmanof J pound to a maximum of Bob .Sheldon'* Mira Mar;
there are several good of committee for the 1 70 pound,depending upon MI Side Cottage, and the
directors available on the annual banquet.Mrs. / the amount of water being llufflne Standard Oil Scr
Island and in the Immed- Smalley was made / used. vice Station.
iate area. chairman of the reading / '
My very best wishes fora committee, which helps ,, / 'LIIRt
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
successful year choose the plays to be { -
Very truly yours, presented. W.t.. .........
Harold Igo T..,.
DirectorAccording NO BURNING I T.-._. ...
to a release Bccauac of the long period -":;.. s S.. H.... L r.. Hlth

from the Players this of dry weather, Fire May II --76 84 79 84 !80 None
week, an announcement Marshal Leon F. Stafford May 12- 76 82 79 8* 80 None
will be made In the near announced this week that May 13--78 82 80 86 80 None
future about the choice ofa no burning of trash or May .--14 82 81 86 80 None
director for the coming other material will be May 15- -74 86 82 90 79 None
season. allowed In the Island Fire .May 16- -78 86 82 VO 79 None
Mrs. Wallace Gray, new Control District--the Island May I7--74 84 HO 89 79 None
president of the Players, and Cortez. SALLY ITEIMf



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 201961


Islander S'ense t7 a iOet( Sell anc)

Editorials .
Cockle lls
by THE EDITORWith

When The Livin' Is Easy the St. Petersburg Jaycee Tarpon Roundupoff And HOW docs your garden grow?
and it becomes that the
running, apparent waters
Summertime and where Is it better or more around the Island are the most productive tarpon Six years ago the Island Garden Club's dream came
pleasant than right here on Anna Maria Island? fishing grounds in the area. true. After spending three years of "sweat, toil and
Each year it seems as if a greater number of Tuesday forenoon, Russell St. Arnold of Clearwater tears" in working, corresponding and planning, it
vacationers from all parts of the eastern half or caught the largest silver king boated in several finally received approval from the State Road
three-quarters of the country agree. The lists of years off the Longboat Pass--a 157-pounder,which is Department to plant the bridge approach oppositethe
Beach.
County
guests at the Island motels grow larger each year. reasonably certain to be in the money at the end of
The number of "year around" residents, who in the tournament.St. Today this highway, with huge oleander bushes In
former years spent from several weeks to several Arnold, who caught his fish from the charter boat full bloom on each side, is probably the most attrac-

months of each summer in the north, is becoming BO-JO out of St. Peters
1
smaller. Many have expressed the opinion that they burg, registered for the ; r r
enjoy the Island summers much more than summersin tournament that morning,
the north, and therefore, are making any trips when he signed up and
north, brief trips.So paid his fee to Norman
those part time residents of the Island, who Franklin at Bayou Marina.
never have sampled the Island's summers, might well Franklin had mailed the
make plans to do so. What is it really like? GREAT! entry blank and fee onlyan
Warm, yes. But the maximum temperature is quite hour or two before St.
predictable or 92 degrees. Never anything suchas Arnold was back with the
the 98's and 99's which sometimes occur in the fish. Where this lucky
northern half of the country. Lots of sunshine, and angler slipped up, how-
those rainy gloomy days are a real rarity. When it ever, was in failing to
rains here it rains hard, so that it can get it over spend another five and
with quickly and get back to sunshine.For enter the jackpot divisionof
swimmers and water skiers the water is never the tournament. If he
nicer; for the fishermen, the fishing is never better, had, he would be almost
and for everyone, the weather is never finer! certain to win about $300in
addition to what he will
Expanding A ProgramWith win if no larger fish is Part of the IslondGord.n Club plantings en the Island approach

caught.At to tha Anna Maria Brldgo. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
the recent presentation of "Strange Bed-
fellows," the Island Players completed their six- right: Nancy Tobiasof 4sr tive island approach in Florida. By using native
teenth successful season of Little Theatre. St. Petersburg, with N plants, salt tolerant plants and those known to grow
The success of the Players has been the resultof large tarpon she caught well on Anna Maria, the club successfully landscaped
a combined effort of a large number of dedicated near the Island a few this highway and produced beauty under the most

persons who have directed, acted, chased props, days ago. (ISLANDER adverse conditions.
built stage sets, prompted, sold tickets, ushered, PHOTO'. Now- U/P are- about- -- tnnhoorvo-- --___ _another_...__ trancfnrmaMnn.__..___._.._: _..
-- -
and done countless other jobs which have made the on this same bridge approach at the junction of Route
Players' productions a real community project. 789. The two large triangles have already been
Those sixteen years of providing the Island with w cleared. Soon boulders, pygmy date palms, beach
high quality Little Theatre have proved that the juniper and other ground covers will appear in these
Players are very capable of continuing their high areas.
standards of performance. Another proven point is You probably also will see some planting to screen
the enthusiastic support of the Players by Island the concrete slab which remained when the Chamberof
residents and visitors.In Commerce building was removed. The Island
fact, one of the suggestions a number of persons ? Garden Club projects are of vast Interest to every
have for the Players is that MORE plays should be resident, visitor, businessman and tourist who liveson
produced each season. It appears that the time has visits and loves our Island. The members are to
come for the group to present four, or even five plays be commended for their continued efforts in Island
each winter. beautification.
While this idea may seem like a monstrous under- n .
taking, it certainly is not beyond the realm of Many Islanders have replaced their St. Augustine I
possibility. Some of the other Little Theatre groupsin wVL1 h. lawns with bahia and other grasses. After an eight-
the area do so, and/while we realize those groups year struggle with zoysia laid on sand I am about '
... are much larger and probably better endowed with to have it roto-tillcd, and replace it with Argentine
bahia. I hope to accomplish this replanting before the
worldly goods, their esprit de corps is no greater.
Another point in favor of an enlarged program by paper goes to press. Several men have grown
the Players Is the fact that the year around populationof experimental areas with various grasses trying to
the Island is about four times as large as it was determine which will grow best on Anna Maria with
in 1950: when the Players were organized, and the Russell St. Arnold of Clearwater and 157-pound i the least maintenance, and yet produce an attractive
increase in the number of winter visitors has kept tarpon he caught off Longboat Pass Tuesday morning green; lawn.
pace. while fishing from the charter boat BO-JO, which has It's not easy to find the answer but on one thing they.,
Bobby Buswell (right) of St. Petersburg as captain. all agree: If you add two tablespoons full of Captan]
Island Youth CenterThe Bowling St. Arnold's fish is the largest tarpon caught in (or other good fungicide)to approximately five pounds]"
BanquetThe several years, and leads all catches in the Jaycee of seed, you will have a great increase in germination.They .
Torchmen will playat annual banquet of Tarpon Roundup. It was weighed at the Bayou Marina. also found that if you wet bahia seed, spread It! !
the dance at the Island the Island Mixed Bowling (ISLANDER PHOTO) out to dry, then treat It with the fungicide as described! ,I
Teen Club Friday evening League will be servedat .. .,...--. :> :----;:,:-;--- above, the germination Is not only increased but it i<] z
May 21. At the dance on the Azure Tides, Lido \' .71 i also much faster.

May 14, a door prize and each, Sarasota, at 8 For those replacing old lawns or starting ne
spot dance award were p.m., Saturday, May 22, ones--these experimental tips might helpandgive
given. Attendance at the following a cocktail hourat you rain to make it growl!
.
dances has increased 7.Women.
each Friday.Mr. The beauties of this world and all
and Mrs. Robert Voters The universe arc free
Ross, directors of the Highlight of last week's As God intended all of them
Teen Club and Island unit meetings of the Man- ( r jp. For human eyes to see
Youth Center, will be atee County League of r53..J The grass, the trees, the flowers and
assisted at this week's Women Voters was an y : Each river, lake and stream
dance by Mrs. RussellM. enlightening talk by Mrs. r .' The mountain and the valley and
Guild, Mrs. John Ladd Edward C. Smith on the The ocean proud supreme
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard "Culturally Deprived The sun, the moon and all the stars
Edwards. The youth cen- Child." Within our human sight
ter board of directorshas Mrs. Albert Kossa, the The twilight of the early dawn
suggested that Island chairman of the local pro- And dusk that turns to night
parents call Ross and gram, also presented part These are the beauties of this life
volunteer to serve as of the program,and asked Worth more than solid gold ,
chaperones at the dances. for suggestions for fur- As God is nature and we have

The pram fleet has been ther study of the local ..-:-"..,..... .,' ,.;iijl. The privilege to behold
divided into two groups, "'. Even the blind can these
school system, and Mrs. ,' ,, sec thingsIf
a beginners' class which William Minteer read a .. ., ". just their eyes are blind
will meet each Saturday study of education. rI I Hut not the ones whose blindness is
from 8:30 to 10 a.m., A matter of the mind.
and an advanced class, NEW POSTMASTER. James J. Metcalfe
which will meet from 10 (Continued from Page 1) I .
to 11:30 a.m. Twenty- this week she believedshe See you next week.
eight boys and girls have would be "a darned \\1 GINNIE
1 t
+
been reporting each Saturday good postmaster.
at the north end Anna Maria has not hada 4 Theltlander
of the airport at Holmes permanently appointed ..
An Independent Weekly<< published
Beach. since the late ?
postmaster
every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
Miss Nancy Carson, Mrs. Frances Warttlg
PUBLISHING( COMPANY, 314 Pine
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tennis instructor, reports ten t
resigned years ago. Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida
that 44 girls are In the Mrs. Harriet Fay and A. .- EDITOR: STEVE KU.II3ALl.M
tennis classes at the cen Hawkins both served as _
'"
ADVERTISING MANAGER ...
:
ter.Robert acting postmasters. The "fifth season" around the Island Is the seasonwhen MARGE KIMBALL%, "
Peterson of 72nd the tarpon Is king Here Nan !
tiny Wuichet
Mall Address P. 757
Street recently sold the typewriter desk Is of Holmes Beach admires 103-pound silver king; Maria, Fla. : O. Box 778-2021, Anna 4p'OII"t'
Telephone
Chris Craft boat awarded needed at the center, and which was caught by 15-year-old Jennifer Lawrenceof 33501 9
him earlier, and he has If anyone has one not Sarasota, and weighed In at the Island Marine Entered as Second Class matter
donated $50 to the trea- being used, it will be Supply in the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin. (ISLANDER under the Act of March 3, 1879
sury of the youth center. very much appreciated. PHOTO)



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Thursday, May 20; 196$ THE ISLANDER Page 3

- Little Roser ScheduleThe
Island
League
halfway through the Island Rev. Richard K. Island Visitor Author Of
Little League season Wiggins, pastor of the
the Mets are still in the Roser Memorial Com-
I Children's NovelA
lead, with seven wins and munity Church of Anna New
? one loss. The Red Sox Maria, has chosen as the k
e have won three and lost topic for his sermon at new book, "Rim of the Ridge," has been writtenby
d four, while the Reds have the Sunday morning wor- Island visitor Cena Christopher Draper. The
.t won one and lost six. ship service on May 23, t. author, in private life Mrs. Mont C. Draper of Red
d In last week's action, is "Where To Now?" Oaks, Warrensburg, Mo., with her family, has beena
e the Mets beat the Red Sox The summer schedule at winter visitor to the Island for the past several
Monday evening bya score Roser Church is now in years.
n of 11 to 6. Tuesday evening effect, with the Morning Based on memories of her childhood and the land on
. the Reds won their Worship Service at 9 a.m., Bristle Ridge near Warrensburg owned by her family,
first game of the season, Sunday School classes at b the book, as her latest work of fiction, weaves the y
beating the Red Sox 8 to 10 a.m., and Senior Youth story of coon dogs and coon hunting In the Missouri
5. The Mets continued Fellowship at 7 p.m. .y rldgeland in 1902.
their winning ways by i As stated on the book's Jacket, "The wonderful
beating the Reds 12 to 4 Herringshaw, .545; Cliff feeling of nature in every page, the beautifully
Thursday evening. Girard, .471, and Randy developed characters and plot, the prose matchingthe
Top hitters in the leagueare Bricker, .444. warm humanity of the story--all combine to make
: Tim Rotolo, .667; The schedule for the this an unusual and inspiring book for readers of
Nicky Norwood, .667;Jim week is: Thursday May every age."
Lease, .636; Jim Rice, 20, Mets vs. Red Sox; Mrs. Draper says about it, "I didn't write 'Rim of
.625; Tom Hamer, .615; Monday, May 24,Mets vs. the Ridge' Just as a children's book It's a family
Jim Herringshaw, .563; Reds, and Tuesday, May book too. By that, I mean, adults need now and thento
Rusty Stiltner, .556; Dan 25, Red Sox vs.Mets. view life again with the fresh, clear eyes of I
youth."
06 eeu a' eed When asked why she writes children's fiction
mainly, Mrs. Draper replied: "Writing for childrenIs
FLORA H. WOODS, 89, of 210 Maple Avenue, a special Joy for me. To be able to look At the world
Anna Maria, died at a local rest home on Thursday, through a boy s eyes, as in 'Rim of the Ridge,' is an
May 13. She was born in Detroit, and moved to exhilarating adventure."
the Island from Mountain Lakes, N. J. in 1958. She says, "In no other world than childhood is the
h She was a member of the Anna Maria Garden vision so shining;, the imagination so great."
Club and of the Episcopal Church of The Annunciae .' ...Ja "Rim of the Ridge," is being published by Criterion
e _." .\ Books of New York City, and will be released on
," She Is survived by a great nephew, Arnold M. Morning sun and the photographer find Mrs. Draperand May 27.Among.
d Peck of Turkey. her two dogs Taffy and Poker, on a side porchof her other works arc two other children's
t The family requests that in lieu of flowers, their home Red Oaks. hooks, "Ridge Willoughby," and "Mother, the Over-
contributions be made to the Memorial Fund ofn seer;" "Papa Says," an adult novel,and a number of
the Church of The Annunciation. Island High Twelve Club prize-winning children's plays,several of which have
e Funeral services were held at the Church ofn been produced by the Kansas City Children's Com-
The Annunciation Monday forenoon, with the Rev. There will be no meetingof ing of the club on Thurs- munity Theatre. This spring the Fort Collins, Col.
h Gerald K. Lowe, rector of the church, officiating. the Island High Twelve day, May 27, will be Little Theatre group is producing her play "The
Cremation. Club on Thursday this Richard V.Wolf, manager Golden (Hoop."
c Pallbearers were Arthur Johnson, Joseph Mizen, week, since the club was oftheSarasotaBradcntonAirport.
Ed Lee, B. C. Booth, George Tuttle and H. B. to meet with the Bradenton His subject Is
n
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, .'J, ft'" Mr. and Mr*. E.Hall of Hempstead L.I..N. Y..Mr. and Mra. R. A. Boyd
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EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mr*.George VanderKaaden of Enka, N.C...
Mr. and Mra.John A. Wooten of Bradenton...Mr. and Mr*. C. E.Jacob of
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LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mr*.Earl E.Johnson;Mr. and Mra. W.0.
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G. W. Colding of Wimauma...Mr and Mrs. Oscar Merritt Jr. and family
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson, all of Plant City...Mr. and Mra. John
ConlglU, and Mr. and Mr*. B.J.Rlctmeyer. all of Tampa...Mr. and Mra
M. J. Wazney of Saginaw Mich...Mr. and Mra. Ray H. Walker of Lakeland
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Fort Meade...Mr. and Mrs. R. Kendzlor and Miss E. Townsend of Dunedin
...Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of Winter Haven...Mr.and Mrs. S.Hanson
of Alexandria. V...Mr. and Mrs.H.B.Buck of Denver, Col...Mr. and Mr*.
Walter Fewer of Plainfield N.J.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mrs. Mary S.Hunt Indianapolis, and party.
SANDMAN APARTMENTS Jim Slsson of Bradenton.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrs Troy S.
Cummings of Mulberry and family...Mr. and Mr*. Fred Donnbasaer and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crosby of Orlando...Mr. and Mra. Philip Smith of
Westport, Conn..Mr. and Mrs.Johnnie Morgan of Great Lakes 111...Mr.
'tea and Mrs. L. DeWltt of Fort Meade...Mr and Mrs. J. W. Williamson of
Edith M. Meade and Ethel Walker of 779 Jacaranda Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Lou Karcz of Villa Park. 111...Mr. and Mr*.J.C.
.. Walter ,
Coleman of Detroit. Mr. and Mr* Sanduaky Mrs. Anna Tater and
Avenue, Anna Maria, who returned home recently Mrs. Sue Holdnak. of Kearny, N.J.
from a cruise to Nassau aboard the S. S. BAHAMA TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. A. Gagnon of East Aurora. N. Y..Mr. and
MR. AND MRS. GLENN A. BATES of 109 -13th Mr*. L. G.Clark Mr. and Mra. E. Morin and Carl Brandon all of Orlando
STAR. ...Mr. and Mr*. G. L. Fysee of Nashville Tenn..Mr. and Mrs. H.
Street South, Bradenton Beach, celebrated the 50th Stemenson of Leesburg.O6eea'zeed.

anniversary of their marriage and Mr. Bates' MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. PROTHERO of Shell

70th birthday on May 12. A'small group of close Drive, Holmes Beach, last week enjoyed a four-day

friends helped them celebrate at a dinner party cruise to Nassau aboard the S. S. YARMOUTH II II II
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Elgie of Palm CASTLE.
FLORA JOHNSON, 85, of 10410th Street South
Drive Holmes Beach.
MRS. IRBY R. POLLARD of 12th Street South,
Later this summer, Mr. and Mrs. Bates hope to Bradenton Beach, died Tuesday May 18, at Manatee
Bradenton Beach was a as a
recently presented pin
celebrate with their children, Glenn Bates Jr., Memorial Hospital. Born in Manchester England,
of
member of the the American
50-year Daughters
she moved to the Island from Tonawanda, N. Y.
,
Mrs. Rosemary Glease and Mrs. Thelma Schraeder,
Revolution. The pin was presented by Dr. Dorothy
13 .
years ago.Survivors
and their families in Detroit.Mr. .
Andrews of Manatee DAR
regent Chapter, at a
are her husband, Arthur Johnson of
and Mrs. Bates were married at the Methodist of the last week.
chapter
meeting
Parsonage in Pontiac, Mich, on May 12, 1915, MRS. J. D. WEBB of Periwinkle Plaza, Anna Bradenton Beach; a son, Frederick Johnson of

by the Rev. J. A. Baldwin, pastor of the church. Maria installed of the Women's North Tonawanda N. Y., and two grandchildren.
was as president
Funeral services will be held at Griffith-Cline
They moved to Bradenton Beach five years ago
Club of Manatee luncheon
Pharmacy County during a
Island Chapel at 2 Thursday, May 20, with
p.m.
from Detroit, where Mr. Bates was an insurance at The Inn in Palmetto .
meeting recently.MR.
the Rev. Lee Ratliff, pastor of the Island Baptist
broker until he retired. In December, he was
AND MRS. GEORGE BOSS of South Bay Blvd.,
elected to a two-year term on the Bradenton Beach Church, officiating.
Anna Maria, left last week for Holland, Mich., where
City Council in his first venture into politics. they will spend the summer. Burial will be in Skyway Memorial Gardens.

MR. AND MRS. W. W. PERRY, who have occupiedthe
CHARLES A. SPEER of 69th Street Holmes Beach
,
Coyne Cottage on West Pine Avenue, Anna Maria,
entered Manatee Memorial Hospital last week to since early in January, have left for their home in

undergo treatment.MR. Binghamton, N. Y.
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WHITELEY of Middlesex, N. J.
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i- Special Service Woman's Club IGA Boys' Contest Roser Guild I

this week in The May meeting of the
'... High school and college Two new members were the Standings Boys Contest at the Roser Memorial Guild
yd will be honored welcomed at the recent
, graduates Anna Maria IGA Store are took the form of an out-
rAe by Gloria Dei Lutheran breakfast meeting of the as follows: door picnic in the shady
Church at the morning Island Woman's Club, the
ohn B. Green 4,661D. grove at the home of Mrs.D. .
'den worship service at 10:30, final meeting of the sea- Tarry 1,252A. H. Clay of Spring Ave-

Sunday, May 23. son. They were Mrs. VanOstenb'ge 27,718T. nue, Anna Maria.
The the Rev. Jerome Vitt, president of
/of i pastor Rotolo 21,615R. Mrs. Merrill Tritt was
Lester M.Utz,will preach the Anna Maria Garden the ,
Maxon 20,400D. principal speaker
;?: a special sermon, "For Club, and Mrs. Robert Parrish 31,032R. with "Happiness House'
ir*. Youth The Time Is Now!" Ross, co-director of the the of her talk.
' IILI&A Adams 15,668J. as subject
"hy* Graduates who will be Island Youth Center.
of its
Eddowes 6,267T. She gave a glimpse
in. honored are: Miss Diana Guests at the meetingwere
Jenkins 1,314D. history and general pur-
and Lynn Kern of Ellenton Mrs. Helen Blackof
and the
2,210J. explained
IM. and Terry Bailey of Illinois,Mrs.Ned Leighof Godfrey pose services availableto
Norwood 7,616 many
'r'. Holmes Beach, who willI Anna Maria, and Mrs.
children and
Hufflnc 1,966J. crippled
from Manatee Harold Miles and Mrs.J. R.
graduate
I
. Rice 3,455D. adults. Mrs. Tritt is well
cun High School; Miss Beth F. Beaver, both of tidy
this
Lease 387 qualified to speak on
Ir.. Holcomb, granddaughterof Holmes Beach. B. Motter 679 subject, as she has given
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. George Clark fur-
Morrick 2,811J. hours of volunteer
"y' Lamp of Bradenton Beach: nished refreshments for M. many
Francis 770T. work at the facility.
Y s. who will graduate from the 75 members and
1,934C. The Guild has made a
n or Stetson University, and guests who attended the Angell
of
Weaver 658S. number recent pur-
\*. James Taylor, son of Mr. meeting. The arrange-
1,643 chases toward beautification
Lease
"t. and Mrs.Donald D.Taylorand ments committee included
Stewart 3,418T. of the church
Holmes Beach who Mrs. II.
of Chancey Pecoy,
Kretzer 638D. parsonage, the fellowshiphall
and will graduate from New- Mrs. C. D. Schenebly, Deam 2,595M. and the custodian'sresidence
indo berry College.Each grad- Mrs. Herman Storrer,
but these gifts
. 1,648C.
H. Dailcy
uate will be presented Mrs. Russell Guild and
Girard 796 have been more than
_ with a red carnation and Mrs. F. C. C. Paetzel.
W. Tison 995D. matched by donations to
will be an honored guestat Mrs. Glenn Morgan and
Dower 983 the Florida Ministry to
the Sunday evening Mrs. A. G. Tolman pre- Migrants and the workof
fellowship supper, to beth sided at the tea service. Episcopal WomenThe Mrs. Lillian Dickson
: held at the church on Mrs. Helen Maywood,
Episcopal Church- among the underprivileged -
tee Sunday, June 6. acting reception chair-
women of the Church of people of Formosa.The .
y: Epsilon Alpha man, was assisted in The Annunciation will hold final meeting of the
welcoming guests by Mrs.
their spring ingatheringof season will be held at the
Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Lawrence Colby. the United Thank Offering home of Mrs.James Wardat
of Beta Sigma Phi, met re- Two committees will Harbor.
at the nine o'clock Sports mans
of cently at the home of function during the sum- 6
r celebration of the Holy
Mrs. C. E. Brewer of Key mer. One is the budget Eucharist on AscensionDay party will be a cookout and
me Members committee, of which Mrs.
Royale.
present Thursday,May 27. covered dish luncheon.
''Ith were Mrs. James Clark, Frank Schroeder is chair- the
Following the servicethe During morning, reports -
ist Mrs. Ted Tripp, Mrs. man. Members are Mrs. women are invited to on the Diocesan

Ron Kilberg, Mrs. F. B. Wallace Gray,Mrs.' Edgar a social gathering at the meeting In Orlando, May
Shell, Mrs. Don Mcllin, Dupont, and Mrs. N. H. home of the organiza- 10-12, will bo given by the

Mrs.Clayton Bower,Mrs. Schaefer. By-laws will be 1 tion's vice president, president, Mrs. Ed Lee,
Norma Bruce, Mrs. Bob reviewed by Mrs. Ira ...
a.-.A. ----- I Mrs. B. C.Booth of Long- and the secretary, Mrs.
Hoffman, Mrs. Ronald Mishler, Mrs. Edward Joan Mayers (top) of Longboat Key was crowned I boat Key. A feature of this II. B. Babcock.
McCormick, Mrs. Fran Swartz and Mrs. Paetzel. "Miss Manatee" after winning the competition at

Maxon, Mrs. George Nor- Saturday evening's Miss Manatee Pageant at the BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TOThe ISLANDER,
wood and Mrs. John Van- House by Mrs. Johnson, Bradenton Auditorium. TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE

,( Ostenbridge. and has a picture in the Island entrants in the pageant were Mary Dobbe and SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN TilE MAIL EACH

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II THE'ISLANDER Thursday, May 20, 1965


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE Dr. Huth To Be rT i' "


BERNARD MISSION INVITATION TO BID Convention DelegateDr. 1 S
(CATHOLIC) The City of Anna Marls Florida, ..wJj
R... Frond Welsmlller will accept bids for removing approximately Edgar W. Huth of
110 stumps In the city rlghts-
of-way. Bids must be In the city of flee Holmes Beach, lay pres-
UASS-SUNDAY I 8 & 10 am
WEEKDAYSllam at or before noon, Monday. June 7, ident of the council of ; ,
1965. and will be opened at a regular .
HOLY
DAYSl
am & 6 pm Gloria Del Lutheran
ROSARY & BENEDICTION' meeting of the City Commission, at sa. !<
WEDNESDAYSI 7130 pm 7:30 p.m., Monday. June 7, 1965. Church, will be the official -

Harvey Memorial ChurchNonD.nosalnotl.nol City FRANCES ClerkUNCLASSIFIED V.MAXON lay delegate to the

( ) annual sessions of the .

Bredenton Beech Florida Synod of the

Re.. A. W. Slmas .Ituc Lutheran Church in
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SUNDAY 9sl5 am Sunday School ali.-SI.00-S0C .161.( ( ,. America, of which the
local congregation Is a
CkrUtlwt Sclswc Service SUMMER JOB WANTED: Reliable
A. M. CMNMmlty H.ve. 16-year-old high school girl will do member.
baby-sitting store work, etc. Call These sessions will be '

SUNDAY lOO am Sunday Service 778-IM4.FORSXtE after BVOWN 4p.m.RJ.DR.:JTJaUTHome held at the Trinity Lu- ?

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH with Florida Room. Close to theran Church in Gaines-
Beach. 5604 Guava Street, Holmes
"0.. Lee Rallill. PastorFRIDAYS Beach. Call 778-2167. ville, starting on Monday,

( May 24, and ending on

,SUNDAYS 3iOO pm Jr. GA RESERVE LIFE Thursday May 27. Dr.

8l4S am Sunday School Johnnie Boozer, 7, son of Huth also is a memberof

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,TUESDAY 7100 pm Church I Choir companies One o( Florida's specializing oldest legal in hospital reserve, Beach, posed In front of Newberry, S. C., which

)WEDNESDAYS 4100 pm Intermediate GA medical surgical Income protection (giant sunflowers which he receives part of its sup-
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7100 pm Prayer Meeting planted at rear port
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7100 pm RA, Sunbeams j home. Tallest stalkIn Alternate lay del-
expansion program and will recruit 1 1a family Synod.
fUss limited number of men to complete is is William B. Lee
M srlal ChurchNessDae.ln.tl.ne our staff. j the group over ten egate ,

( I) 1. Applicant must be over 21 and I feet. (ISLANDER PHOTO) also of Holmes Beach.
I "... Richard K. Wi"in. under 5J years of age. Huth will be accompanied David Schofill, 14, of Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, with
PesterTHURSDAYl 2. Must have a burning desire to Bids I OpenedBids 11-3/4-pound redfish he caught at the Anna Maria
earn $30 with to the convention by
a old
day our day
I qualified leads. City Pier Monday evening. David, who spends most of
for about 200 feet the Rev. Lester M. Utz,
3100 pm Reset Choristers 3. $433.34 monthly guaranteed earnings his spare time fishing also caught six other reds at
4100 pm Canlua Choir ; to those who qualify with 'of seawall were openedat pastor of Gloria Dei, who
7130 pm Senior Choir the pier over the weekend,which weighed in at 7-1/2,
'SUNDAYS a potential of $800 to $1600 per j a special meeting of will be the official clerical
month. 9-1/4, 10, 8-1/4 9 and 7-1/2 pounds. (ISLANDER
9iOO Worship Service
am 4. Men selected will be given office 'the Anna Maria City delegate to the meetings.
School
10100 am Sunday PHOTO)
and field training by experienced
11100 am Membership' Preparatory |Commission Tuesday
Company personnel Including
7100 pm Class Sr.Youth Fellowship weekend schooling In points located morning. A contract was
MONDAY *. either in Florida or Georgia. awarded to the low bidder,
10100 am Hannah Group, Youth > Automobile necessary. E & E Cement SpecialtyCo. I Ih.
Room1WEDNESDAY 6. Those selected must begin Immediately I
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: i ., at a price of $10.60 I
10100 am Mission' Workshop 7. The men! selected at this time h. I
Picnic, Bayshore Gardens will, within 30 days be placedIn 1 per lineal foot. There II'
t SlOO pm Eve Group Parsonage charge of nearby branch offices were three other bidders. I'I' I I / I I I
as managers. I' I
Church of The Annunciation For confidential Interview fill out and Ordinance 275 was read C
(Episcopal) mall coupon below. If you feel It j for the first time and II III
Rev. Gerald K. Rector necessary, you may submit personal second read- A
Lows resume along with coupon. 1 passed to a
THURSDAY new ordinanceprovides

ROGATION 9iOO am Holy SUNDAY Eucharist Name ____________ authorizationfor II II I I H Ill I : Ip
8lOO am Holy Eucharist StreetCddie.. j the Anna Maria City I di
10(30 am Family Eucharist A City State ii
Court to fine violators
Sermon) Church School Tel. No. U
Age 1 more than $100 for cer- '
Gloria Del Lutheran Church 1I I
I tain misdemeanors. .
Rev. Lester M. Uri, Pastor
Write: Personnel Director Previously, fines In the
SUNDAYS P. O. Box 10475
9ilS am Sunday School Tampa. Honda municipal court could
10i30 am Worship Service WANTED TO BUY Retired couple' I Idesires not exceed $100, regard-
11130 am Choir ReheallalReasoner"
3-Bedroom House In good j less of the offense. II
condition, on Gulf or Bay or walking ./ I iI
distance beach.
to Write J.McKllllp.
General Deliver t Hradentnn Iteach.
FOR SALE Fine China, Service for Perhaps
six. Will take reasonable offer.Phone
778-1 40V Your Answer I 1 f II '
RARE UUY ON KEY ROYALE t N nwaterf Is 1 I II
ront corner lot across the street I
from nay and Boat Basin.Underprlced
at $3,9110. cash. MAHAR REAL. fcSTP DriftwoodSee I
I hone 7781159LECTORS. our Decorator 1 J lulillu I y
STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL- 1
Come In and let us fill Consultantdriftwood < < J I 1 :
1 EmlQ1(
e those empty spaces In your album. 1
V? We carry a supply for every collector. 11 I ] I
You're welcome to come In k brow... II ,
M. L. O'Connor Stamps Supplies
HOl-14thSl' .Oradt'nlm.7 7- 516. galleries
rlNG; kxperiencej. reliable -

d older woman. Will sit night or terser 14. 'M k.,w. r '

front IltLoW Lois on MAgkrVi 77th Street Choice$4.000.(;ana 72nd- Mi. 744-JS1S & L..: eel lth 9flRngfh Pnffy.

c jrl 4r Street $4.XX( 54th Street $4,000.
Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately
105x230 feet, half block to Gulf. Bill Stewart .
Price $16,500. Want $10.01)0 offer.
JOHN B. PRO fl IHRO: Registered
Real Mute Broker lift lliat Street PHOTOGRAPHER
.. Ilolme.; "each. or call 77 -2tM. I
>i* SilEPPAftl/SLAWN; FREE: ESTIMATESPROFESSIONAL t YARD service_ Come see. Come torch. eo""a" Fri 'awe!


Prior* 74ft-707n YARD' SERVICE'
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Anson Unfurnished.I: ARLY RrNTTSTSTer 2-Itedroom Apartment MomI-- << y I I Iw I I lest mSTFMOFnFrigtoire

Anna MyU. Call Owner' at 77H-1410. !
WAN IFD TO BUY 1 All U. S. Cuba STUDIO Refrigerator
Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins (4 1
Telephone any Country, or old Medals Tokens, 3308.3rd Avenue West i e 106 Ib site zero lone top

744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 i etc.*?* SI Byron' W s Br'jentty.Bizarre Bazaar l'h.747-2'\11I.240J' BradsMiton. Florida -[ rrrr freezer! ,

01XlE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. Electric FOR RENTi 2 lUdroom Hmne w/ Tel. 744-2319 100% Frost Proof! No frost, not
Kitchen Jalousie Porch.
Overlooking Gulf. $IV), Winter rn defrosting em'! "
S aeon., Tampa 212-o774.,
Full width fruit and
UNITED ALTERATIONS on a 11 klixU of Cloth- vegetableHydrator '
ABSTRACT Ing. Also Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs. PAINTINGBY t 1 sliding ,shelf deep 1
Funk Heard. .
rho".77I1.14
AND TITLE }
shelf Storage door!

INSURANCECOMPANY PROPERTY MAINTENANCE ,
EXPERTSIHARRY
MOWING EDGING ETC.

SOIIC' imf KEN FELLOWS M. RIFE ,

P.icct rew P"l
Phone 771-2194 after 4 P. M. Licensed u.. NAM
.l I ttMt /...K..e.tS24 .w..w i-
Painting Contractor I
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Ut. Si Wwi
SUISCRIIE TO Bonded and Insured ,
HAOINTOH. HA ...... FPatT/
PHONE 778-1341 1 III CM. MMA etlUirnICttan UMJMWSO
?.... UJ.tS41SUnsCRIBE :; ..11. ANNIVWISAKYFWGIOAJRE { !
THE ISLANDER! ANNA MARIA I IMt


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TO Couplet... H... ....Ir & YifsJ SwvUtCitttsi II atlalry bo it-jod axfyfrody rtfrtffafors knows are it-

THE ISLANDERfor fir even the UMd ones? Mil fatter than

only $3.50 per yearin Dupes.. Mede! T. Order ether maket! Thats why well give you
a ...lee I,..-.,.
the United States, or OWNERS! allowance. And that's i I
why it will
$2.00 for six months. P-rlOU to trade r.ht now*
Come In & Sec Us About Our
The weekly newspaperof

about and for Anna Reasonable Summer MaintenanceFish J

Maria Island and its E Furniture & Appliance

residents and visitors. Taxidermy-Mike Heiser 7467402Glr's .cq

Write The ISLANDER
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P. O. Box 757, Anna Siilnd Glr C..t.r Vow Authorized HtlGIOAIRE Sales i Service Der ;

Maria, Florida 33501, ..

t or call 778-2021. 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH 5600 Marina Drive Holmes leach 7711267Page



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ISLAND ESTATEGULF I



FRONT -- t DICK WAGNER

2 BR Cottogt Firilshid. I ., f\ealtor
PRICED TO SELL AT ONCE
2217 OULF ONIVC BMAOKNTON BEACH
$16.900 r
Owitr will carry Bortjagi If desired Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA'New

PARRISH REALTYH. Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank

...... "GOTHABIf MOOIE. .....NOHlc. Large Store Spoce-Night Nomination-

PIe... Aa. Mono ...*.: 771-1902 Ample Parking Area-Modem In All Respects

For Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778-1464



WATERFRONT WANT A BARGAIN ?
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MODEL We have two homes that are
Home at 418 Spring Avenue Anna Maria, purchased
OPENat recently by Miss Patricia M. Robinson of Lakeland holdovers from last year
from Miss Marion Broderick. Ralph Parrish and
SELL I
WHICH WE MUST
Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty,Anna Maria,handled
the transaction. (ISLANDER P110T0)George 510-71 Street
SEASIDE GARDENS 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS,
SEE Wagner -REALTY FLORIDA ROOM

ItlonJ Shopping Center
531.70th Street
JACK HOLMES, Realtor PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
c...C.W.t..r,Ret........ 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS.
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE All.." Pik,A..c,.'. LARGE SCREENED LANAI

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA BUY DIRECTLY FROM BUILDERAT
I DISCOUNTED PRICE I

To S.ttl. Estot Wm. B. LEE Co.

Canal Front HomeNEAR TIIREK BEDROOM, Two Bath Private Home 778-1917
with central heating and air conditioning
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER. Large Living Room with fireplace. Kitchen,
Utility Room, Screened Patio, Garage.
Two Bedrooms, Fireplace, Closed garage w/ Completely Furnished. Scawalled canalfrontlot.
Beautifully landscaped. GULF FRONT
utility room, good dock. Owner Is leaving ASKING $27,500

country. Will sell furnished for low price of See our sign at 526 75th Street Canal.Mahar t

Real Estat.
with TERMS
$16,800
RUTH MANAt LEO MANAI

JOHN B. PROTHERO R. bNud Rfd. Is.... Buktrs

I..s.." I..! istitt Brritr-Silti I Itifils116.81st CI.... ........,

7701 Golf Irbt, N.!... lees 778-1159
ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
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THIS IS A LISTING I WOULD HAVE

IUY NOW LIKED 2 MONTHS AGO BECAUSE Of One of the Island's best located, EROSION FREE. ,
Waterfront properties. Lot tIO x 400, from Road to
OCCUPY NEXT SEASONWe THE FREQUENT REQUESTS FOR. Gulf with full Foreshore & Riparian Rights.
Beautiful erosion free beach. Two Bedrooms,
CLOSE TO.SH 0"II G.E II -MOMI Two Baths, Air Conditioned, Tile Hoof, Full
will all and Garage. Attractively Priced to Settle 1-istatc.
pay expenses WELL KEPT Completely Furnished 2-BR
Terms Arranged.
rent the home from you to use Home in Excellent Condition. Beautiful Lot.
Only a block from the Beach and Holmes OPEN FOR INSPECTION
as a furnished model until you Beach Shopping Center, yet located so aa to

need it.SEAFARER. ,. offer privacy. See 5J3 Key Royalc Drive.This lovely Bedroom
114,500' 2 Bath Waterfront Home with the BIG VIEW Is
priced to selll Terms Arranveil.NnClonln"COIII .
I f Gertrude Blassingame

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER JACK MAISHALL Rtiltor

Fran Maxon Associate: *J
OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-13. M & M Building 778.2814 Anna Maria
.:,-.. ANNA' MARIA. FLORIDA _..V.'JI/t"'
a

8400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES REACH ON ANNA MARIA. ISLAND


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1 KEY ROYALE Apartments condominium


::1 WATERFRONT LOT ownership

LAST OF THE 1965 MODELS
Bedroom
1 and 2 Apartments
(ONLY $18,500 CASH 1 and 2 Baths

I 4 ADD $2,634 FOR FURNITUREIF SWIMMING. POOL

DESIRED $15,500 TO $11,500 .
.t4.. ,,1ftII.1t1 ",.1
ONLY $1,878 DOWN,
f t. 5 EVERY Diy
NO CLOSING COSTS,
IF TERMS DESIRED WRITE OR PHONE

1 WIMDMM() [[
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OVER 300 FEET OF GULF fRONT--AS P. O. BOX 1152
BEAUTIFUL A BEACH AS YOU CAN FIND HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDAij
Phone 778-1917 THE WORLD OVERI


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Ii ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACHHobbiesRepairingor


I f T?>dlw 61-Ut\o\ .. _. Don't Forget...

It Pays to Buy r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
CARDS V GRADUATES

where you Live CLOSEOUTON & V BRIDES

GIFTS *FATHERSFree
TABLE OF
ONE
Gift & Mail Wrap

.. Bridge Party Fixing's
WhateverWE Materialat '" (d'dI
Drapery Phine Photo PhinJshln
/y 1 'W sA1 etJ Ie" .rt1C'-
.'\\71._ ,
HAVE \ \ -
PLYWOOD 75(; per Yd

ALL SIZES & SHAPES or WE WILL VALUE $1.50 up COOL COOS

CUT TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Telephone 778-1019
Sun
Dresses

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ARNEL JERSEY
NEW SUMMER HOURS COTTONS

We will close at DACRONS
free delivery NOON on Wednesdayand sizes 8 to 20

Holes Itach Sipplits IRC. at 3 o'clock on Saturdayuntil 12/2 to 244
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778-1131 further notice
TAILORED SHIRTWAIST :
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach DRESSES BY

Baked Fresh Daily -ltU l1lt t t

We can COOL SIZES 8 to 20 t
from the smallest room BREAD CAKES PIES ,- - - - -t tt

to the largest store COOKIES
5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER

with ISLAND BAKERY L.ys v.r ,....

. --.NOISELESS PHONE 778-2616 ..- 771-1U
: 1965ttRHDITIONER

I BY HUFfiNE'S STANDARD SERVICE FRESH MILK DAILY

Phone 778-1771 Days GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
PHILCO STAHMMi] 778-1440 Nights _.
OIL HOLMES BEACH = HANDY DANDYOPEN
AS LOW AS $138.88PH
AAA Service Full Time Mechanic 7A.M.-11P.M.
ILCO Exclusive 5 year Warrantyon
the Complete Air Conditioner NEW and USED CARS W1LW

ALSO- ISLANDSHOPPING
--. M1M
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778.1472 CENTER -
The BEST in TV bye ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE

ALL SIZES ALL PRICES Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows, Call 778-2012
Fans Hospital Beds
ISLAND TV 778-1703 5305 Gulf Drive. Holmes BeachTraveling e. si elt

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.p Plumbing Contractor
? 5306 Holmes Boulevard

j \ But Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
This COULD

p I I!. ,:."\,\, Happen to YOU DON'T lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
\ WORRY BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
I : \ LOSE -
YOUR Your .YOU-....-.RING.-..... 778-2023 I WE......BRING........
'rt
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,;' ,! SpARKL11G'WItER LUGGAGE Imported ;The House ; Town Club
; I ; I Agent go $ Scotch reg. : Of :|! Blend

;:i. .'JIJ 11111f.' : \ ? vIu-Our FOR YOU $4.1949; Courtesy |I .FIFTH.......-$3.09-"
COMPLETE i BONDED STOC1
.i TAILORED GILBEY'SVodka : R J 100 Prttf3fths -
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PROTECTIONFOR
: chemically YOUR 3 for $10.00 : 0 E ; .!__.__$11.65._
i : ; | pure
i j [ CAR HOMlPERSONAL I: Gin! & Vodka
ICE COLD N
P I t': i 1 from Champagne : ; Fifths $339
I L SEE BUSINESS.lIayYl'reagRsUr Y
M I"l V : l'r EXTRA DRY HOT COLD
\ Manatee County Water !( 2 bottles $6.50Ballanfine ", Let Us Fill ; Black Label
I ': Company aRC e : ALL : Bush 6pk
f. (INCOtKMUTtD) Your Party!
I .......OHkt: 778-1697 778-1548 BUR-CANS Need Bavarian 89...
$1.01 4 ik Falstaff
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Shopping C.nt r, Helmet l.. li, FtorU
I Telephone 773-2022 Closed at NOON Wednesday & Saturday We Corer The ENTIRE (IslndI

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