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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: September 9, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


722 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1965 TEN CENTS

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Traffic Accident City Purchases Garbage Truck I

Causes Death Of
After many months of the same model are being
consideration, the Bra used in the state.
Mrs. KuschkeMrs. denton Beach City Council Before action on the bids
Blanche Metheny last week voted to buy a for a new truck was taken,
Kuschke, 74, of 3109 Ave- new garbage truck for use two proposals from private -
nue F, Holmes Beach, ..". -' in the city s trash pickup contractors were
died at Manatee Memorial service. read and rejected. Both
Hospital Friday Sept. 3, Some months ago the asked for long term fran-
from Injuries suffered In city was notified by the chises, one at the rate of
a traffic accident In Bra- Manatee County Health $12,000 per year, and the
denton two days earlier. Department that it was in other for $13,000.
She was a passenger In violation of the State San- Council referred to its
a car driven by Mrs. itary Code by continuingto budget committee a request -
Bernctta M. Kimball 69, use an open garbage from the Island
of 2208 Bayshore Gardens :: # ,, truck. A decision on the Youth Center for a con-
Parkway, Bayshore Gar- ;;'i; < truck was postponed sev- tribution for the next yearof
dens, who died Thursdayas ; : : eral times while the health $1,000. The city has
a result of the accident. I ", ';" "" department officials kept been making an annual
Mrs. Kuschke suffered .. pressing for a change. contribution of $400, and
broken arms and a broken ". The new truck will he at the meeting voted to

leg in the accident. New S & S Plaza Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, is now finished andready purchased from the Truck pay its contribution for
the Florida Equipment Co. of Lake- the current fiscal
According to year.
located on the south side of Gulf for occupancy by several newenterprises.
Highway Patrol, Mrs. land, at a net cost of Council tabled a requestfor
Drive, opposite the Island Bank, in (ISLANDER PHOTO
Kuschke was the 22nd $7,505. Its rated capacityis a street light on 27th
traffic fatality in Manatee Anna Maria City 20 cubic yards.Unsuccessful Street for further con-
County this year. bidders at sideration.A .
Bradenton police reported Special MeetingThe SIS Plaza ConiltUd last week's council meet- bid from Ray Parker,
that Mrs. Kim- ing said that the truck to install new handrailson
ball's car apparently fail- Anna Maria City The new $l OOOO S & S years and has worked for did not meet requirementsof the city fishing pierat
ed to stop at a stop signat Commission held a spe- Plaza Shopping Center in other local beauty shops. the health department a price of $297.80, was
17th Avenue and 32nd cial meeting Friday to Holmes Beach is now Inez Taylor of Anna Maria but a representative of approved.A .
Street West, and collided discuss a serious "mos- completed and ready for owner of Inez' dress the successful bidder said bid to paint the railing
with another car. quito problem." occupancy. shop at the Anna Maria more than 700 trucks of was not approved.
Mrs. Kuschke was a native Mayor Harvey G.Meyer Built by Bradenton Beach Post Office Plaza for the
of Nebraska and had said high concentrationsof contractor Louis Barolo, past two years, will moveto Council Hears About Piers I
lived on the Island for a mosquito larvae had the new building is owned the new shopping centerIn
number of years. She wasa been found in standing by Andrew Sellas and time to open there Bradenton Beach Mayor missioners Ralph Clark
member of Roser water on below grade vacant Peter Stellas of Chicagoand Nov. 1. Mrs. Taylor has Henry Meunier told the and Nate Taylor were
Memorial Community lots.Meyer Holmes Beach, who lived on Bay View Drive city council at last week's looking at the beach just
Church. said the city will also are owners of theS. Anna Maria, for the past meeting that he had received north of the entrance of
Survivors are a son, do some larviciding to S. White Sands Motel. three years. a letter from Dan the Cortez Bridge as a
John Kuachke of Nulls supplement the county's Both men own Bay front Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClure, chairman of the possible site for the next
Mass.; six grandchildren, larviciding program.The homes on 72nd Street, and Cogswell of Holmes Beach Manatee County Commis- pier, and said they planned -
and one great grandchild. commission votedto enjoy vacationing on the will open The Chocolate sion. to talk to Robert Moon,
Funeral services were take Immediate action Island whenever they can House which will featurea The letter answered a county right of way agent,
held Monday morning at against owners of undeveloped spare the time from their line of candy, plus an request by the city for an about the availability of
Funeral Home Shannon, lots which are Chicago businesses.The ice cream parlor and soda erosion control pier at the shorefront property at
with the Rev. Dr. C. F. below street grade.A new shopping center fountain offering 30 kindsof Gulf end of Bridge Street.In that point.
Badder a retired Con- resolution was pre- Includes seven new storesin ice cream. the letter McClure Taylor recently was reported -
gregational minister, of- pared, and will be used addition to a dry clean- Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell pointed out that the countyIs to have stated that
ficiating. Cremation. when such a condition is Ing plant which has beenin recently moved to the Island now building a new pierat the State Road Departmentwould
to be corrected. It givesa operation since early from Michigan, and Sixth Street South, and review suggestionthat
Kiwanis Elects property owner 30 daysin this year.It live in a new home at 520 will build another at Tenth funds for a seawall
Officers for 1966 wereto which to correct the is located on the south 70th Street.A Street as soon as the first south of Bridge Street
be elected by the Island violation. If not correctedin side of 53rd Street (Gulf fourth store will be pier Is finished. might better be spent In
Kiwanis Club at its that time, the city will Drive),opposite the Island occupied by a modern lie wrote that"there a reno building another pier to
meeting Wednesday evening fill the lot to grade at the Shopping Center and the billiard parlor and snack Immediate plans for afford greater protectionto
Sept. 8. expense of the owner. Island Bank on property bar to be owned and oper- others" because of "lackof SR 789 than the seawall.
A nominating committee If the bill is not paid, a formerly owned by Mr. ated by Mr. and Mrs. funds for such Installation The SRI has planned the
presented a slate of can- lien will be placed againstthe and Mrs. F. A. Riles and Dexter Jones of Bradenton ." He also mentioned Installation of a seawall
didates at last week's property. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ray- Beach, longtime residents that some of the commissioners from Bridge Street south
meeting: Howard S. Adams Commissioners instructed mond. of the Island. Jones says are thinkingof to 13th Street South for
president; J. Robert City Engineer Howard Four of the stores have the establishment will be possible installation of the past three years, and
Pool, first vice president; Scott and Police Chief been leased, according to planned to attract the pat- dogbone-type of groins at has budgeted $30,000 for
Carl R. Keclcr second Gene Stewart to report Dick Wagner agent for ronage of both men and other locations on the is- that purpose.
vice president; J. A. Pat violations so action can the property. women. land. Construction of the wall
Flanagan, secretary, and be taken promptly. David Chick of Holmes Some of the features of At the tlmeconstructlon has been held up pending
William Britt treasurer. Beach plans to open a the new center which were was started un the Sixth acquisition by the countyof
Candidates for the boardof Pay Raises Given hair dressing salon about pointed out by Wagner, Street installation Corn- the right of way needed.
directors are: George the first of October to be are the large paved park-
Cotellis, Dr. Raymond City EmployeesIncreases known as Coiffures by Ing area, both In front of NOTICE -
Green Ed Haverkos, Rob in pay were David. Chick has lived on the stores, and on the 52nd
ert Hoffman, Lcs Jackson granted four Anna Maria the Island for several (Continued on Page 2) The ISLANDER may now be purchased at the
Douglas Gilmorc, Elmer City employees last week, following. .stores Anna Maria Anna Maria IGA
Twist and George Lott. as the city commission and Key Sundries.
Members of the nominating held a special meeting !Hradcnton Hcach: Hradcnton I leach hardware'
committee were Friday morning. Larry's Market Inland Market Lindsey *
Jackson Lott and Pool. City Clerk Mrs. Frances ; It wM Sundries Connlck's Grocery and Marchand'sMarket.

The club members and Maxon was raised from .
their wives will enjoy a $60 to $65 per week City CorteCone/ Pishing Center.
Holmes heath Manatee !Deach Island
Howard Scott's County
banquet at Pete Reynard'sYacht Engineer
Club Restaurant on monthly pay was raised hiN,dway, Sand Dollar Gift Shop* Rich's Beach
Wednesday evening Sept. from $150 to $175. ScottIs UrujII.Ihree Suns and Webb's Island Pharmacy.
15, the club's 13th anni the city's building and r
versary. plumbing Inspector, as be
Building Permits Up well .as supervisor of pavIng r r "I ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
and drainage. 4
Building permits totaling Police Chief Gene V. ..,.* R...,.ll
$134,291 were issued Stewart was raised from T_,.
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on the Island during August $350 to $375 per month, T..rp..w.
I mm M**.. 4 ** MlfKAug.
$59,429 more than and Maintenance Super- s
In August, 1964. intendent Ken Fellows, 1118 85 84 90 84' 2.4
In Holmes Beach, permits from $1.80 to $2 per hour. Sept. 176 84 84 91 88 None
were Issued for All raises were effective -y Sept. 276 84 83 91 90 None
seven new homes, $104 Sept. 1.Fellows. READY FOR BETSY--Just In case Anna Maria Sept. 376 84 84 92 92 .2
000 five remodeling jobs, who was hired Mayor Harvey G. Meyer, City Engineer Howard Scott !Sept. 4 -77 85 84 91 8H' None
$6.320, and a swimming by the city last month Is and Police Chief Gene Stewart check emergency Sept. 5--77 86 8S 90 87 .4
pool $3,000 a total of on a three-month proba- generator unit to see that iris ready for service if Sept. 6--78 85 83 89 84 Nunew
(Continued on Page 6) tionary period. needed. (ISLANDER PHOTO)



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Pictures taken at last week's dinner meeting of the
Anna Maria Island Power Squadron at the Bradenton
Country Club.
1. Squadron Commander Dave Boozer and wife
Elaine, as they checked over the seating arrangementsfor
the dinner.
2. John and Donna Amsden of Bradenton, relaxing at
the squadron dinner. Recently returned from a three-
week cruise to Key West In the Gulf and the Atlantic,
the Amsdens report a very interesting and successful
trip. Living aboard their 28-foot sloop, the SeaGull,
they cruised among the islands and keys, visiting
such places as the Marquesas Keys, Marathon, Key
.it:1t1 1 West on the Atlantic side, and then returning to the
Gulf through the passageway at Seven Mile Bridge,
which is high enough to accommodate a sail boat suchas
the SeaGull. Both John and Donna are accomplishedsailors
and weather permitting, spend many week-
ends sailing in the Gulf out of the Bayou Marina, where
their boat is docked.
) At
: 3. S. Abbott Hutchinson and Col. Ray Sherman listen
attentively as Robert W. Wire, chairman of the
HURRICANE INSTRUCTIONSHurricane squadron's fall Piloting Class, explains some of the
course changes in the recently issued Piloting
Instruction Manual of the U. S. Power Squadrons.Wire .
Betsy is hundreds of miles from the Suncoast.It .
announced that competent instructors an
probably won't pay it a visit, but the Weather Bureau isn't have !
speakers been assigned for the large class
overlooking any possibilities and won't say for sure that itwon't.
expected when the course begins Nov. 1.
4. Frank J. Brechlin (left), a member of the
Being prepared Is better than being caught unawares, squadron's advertising committee, hands a program
so here's a list of things to do before, during and after a hurricane advertising check to H. C. Benjamin, as Mrs. Brech-
hits. lin looks on. Benjamin, program chairman of th .

Save the list. If Betsy doesn't hit, some other hurricane host (Anna Maria Island) Squadron for the fall Distric
might Rome day. Conference, the U.S. P.S., to be held In Bradentonji
informed members that plans for the district meeting*
tr Before A Hurricanev are proceeding smoothly, and suggested that local
dps squadron members secure reservations early, for an
Know latest Weather Bureau reports on storm. 4 / overflow crowd is expected.

Leave low-lying areas. 5. Three squadron stalwarts Ray Sherman, II. C.
Benjamin and Robert Moses, looking things over at
v Have car gas tank filled. the meeting, with "Father Ben" tapping Sherman: for
Store loose objects such as toys, tools, trash. I(1b.i'w another "little |lob." (ISLANDER PIIOTOS BY L. B

e* Buy extra canned foods. ; RIVERS) _.

** Fill utensils, bathtub for drinking water. Bake Sale SHOPPING CENTER. .
v Check emergency cooking facilities. (Continued from Page 1)
St. Bernadette Circle of Street side facilitate
Know location of nearest shelter. to I
St. Bernard Guild will
truck deliveries the '
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Have flashlight, batteries, first aid, battery radio. sponsor a sale of home dlzed aluminum canofy .'
Board or tape up windows. Y9r cooked food, to be held at on the front of the buiji-1 j
the Holmes Beach Shopping ing, and the signs and/ >
During A Hurricane Center at 9 a.m., I
outside lighting which tie,
Stay Indoors, even during a lull. Saturday, Sept. 11. to be automatically controlled -
Open a window on opposite side from wind. A wide variety of breads, by time clocks!
beans and salads .
Reverse this as wind changes direction.: pastries will be ,offered for sale A gala opening Is be Ing j
planned for Nov. 1. 0RigJ
Know latest storm developments. ., : r under chairmanship Wagner also said !
""* Open refrigerator seldom. I Mrs. F. Lee Thomas two or three large coma

Stay In rooms away from storm. panics are negotiating
f Avoid fire hazards with cooking or candles. space in the center. (jftf

Boil water before drinking. --

Keep tools, mops handy. The pen is still!

f Do not stand near unprotected glass. /'fitili8h" Le ,wrrJ!

After A Hurricane

Know for sure the storm is over. 1.4.r... +.r.

** Don't dnve unless necessary.

** Watch for wires, flooded streets if driving.

Use phone for emergency only.
x* Know and.rf port area hazards.
Avoid fallen wires.

Obey police and rescue instructions.
** Seek medical care at Red Cross or hospital.
Nature carved this swimming hole from a beautiful 17761965Page
fII' Be alert to prevent fires.
canyon, taking millions of years to do the job. It Is
Stay calm and help where possible. near the end of Oak Creek Canyon near Flagstaff,

Arizona. The name is Sliding Rock, although the dander
rock does not slide. Youngsters do, down a smooth,
r sloping chute-like rock over which the water runs An Independent Weekly published
into the natural pool below. The clear-as-crysul every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
river is barely visible from this camera angle. PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine t
Lower picture is of Moenkopi, an Indian village near Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida ,
the edge of the fantastic Painted Ifescrt. It is a very EDITOR: STEVE KIMBAL1.C?
old community mixture of the ancient and the ADVERTISING MANAGER *
modern. A decrepit adobe cottage may have an air MARGE KIMBALL
conditioner in a window opening and a car or truck in Mall Address: P. O. Box 757. Anna
the yard. The main food, corn, maybe seen growing, Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021
planted at different times to ripen and be gathered all 33501
through the season. (ISLANDER PHOTOS by Harry Entered as Second Class matter
Varley) under the Act of March 3. 1879 ;

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And HOW does your garden grow?
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Birds and bees again! Never thought I would be
advising Harold Igo, former director of the Island I
Players, on this subject but he asked for it. Here'sa a
quote from his interesting letter: "I'm doing a
little story about an onion. In the end the onion goesto
seed but I'm not sure Just how he does it. Beingof perhaps a good root-pruning now will give it a suf
age, plus, I am supposed to know all the facts of ficient shock to force it into bloom next spring. Witha
life, but I don't know whether a bee has anything to spade or shovel,cut the roots in a circle around the
do with this or not. I mean like the fertilization of plant about three or four feet out from the trunk. And y
flowers. I remember a line from some long forgottenpoet don't feed or water it--the more bougainvillea is < r
"the solemn priestly bumble bee marryingrose neglected the more profusely it seems tobloom.
to rose." But does he also marry onion to *
onion?" Yes, Harold, he does and he is not monoga- Did you know that the fastest growing and healthiest \
mous. As Kipling once said, "I've taken myfun where palms on the Island are flsh-fed--not liquid fertilizerbut !'
I've found itl! According to The Garden Encyclopedia, -- fish caught on a line. Several Islanders plant
some onions produce flowers at the top of the stalk. these around their palms after each fishing trip.
These are pollinated by the bees and mature into tiny There is no odor when they are in the ground and
black seeds. In fact, most of the commercial onion the coons don't seem disturb them. The palm trees
crop is seed-raised. Others, called Top, Tree, or respond the same way that corn did when the Indians
Egyptian onions, produce a cluster of bulblets at the planted a fish in every hill.There isn't better mulch
top of the flower stem. These are propagated by being than seaweed which contains large quantities of potashand
broken apart and the little bulblets planted like sets to other minerals. Just be sure it is washed cleanof
produce early young onions. Trust you can now end the salt. Fish and seaweed to plants are the sameas
your story. Thanks so much for your letter. a vitamin tablet to us.
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"Give fools their gold and knaves their power,
Let fortune's bubble rise and fall;
Who sows a seed or plants a flowerOr
plants a tree is more than all."
Whittier 4
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See you next week. -1
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This is the month to fertilize your hibiscus and .. ... '" -4 "T Seascape pictures on the Island. View at the north
other woody shrubs with a fertilizer low in nitrogenand ..JI.1i point (top), and a second taken at Longhoat Pass.ISLANDIK .
high in phosphorous and potash--a 2-8-8, for ( PHOTOS)
example. This seems to harden the plant and help it
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4 ISLANDER Thursday September 9, 1965

All About People Miss Geraldine Lowe EngagedThe

COL. AND MRS. EUGENE COX of Beach Avenue, Rev. and Mrs.Gerald K.Lowe of Holmes Beach
Anna Maria, have had as a guest for a week, their have announced the engagement of their daughter,
granddaughter. Miss Carol Muse, daughter of Mr. ( Geraldine Valerie to Gary David Kovach, son of Mr
and Mrs. Charles C. Muse of Panama City,Panama. and Mrs. Gaspar Kovach of Miami.A .
Miss Muse visited her grandparents while en routeto December wedding is being planned.
Winter Park, where she will enroll at Rollins Miss Lowe graduated from Manatee High School in
College. r- 1962, and from Manatee Junior College in 1964. She

MRS. JOAN TANN of 77th Street, Holmes Beach, is now a student at Florida State University and at
returned home a few days ago from Hendersonville, present is interning at the Anna Maria Elementary
N. C., where she vacationed for two months. School. She will receive her degree in December.
DAN BAROLO of Bradenton Beach, son of Mr. and 4 Miss Lowe was a three-year member of the Drill
Mrs. Louis J. Barolo, is spending three weeks at Team at Manatee High, and belonged to the National
home. He attended summer school at Vanderbilt Honor Society, was Sub-Deb president, a member of
the Student Exchange and of the Student Council.At .
University in Nashville, and will resume his studies y
there later Manatee Junior College her honors included
this month. He will graduate in January.
membership on the Committee of 20. She also was a
M/SGT. AND MRS. STANLEY KALISCH have
member of the Miss MJC Court Phi
Theta
; Kappa;
returned to March Air Force Base, Calif., after
vacationing at their home on North Shore Drive, Student Government; Interclub Council and was vice
of K-Ettes. At Florida State she is
president a mem-
Anna Maria, for a few weeks.
ber of Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary sorority.The .
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD S. ADAMS of Baronet
Lane, Key Royale, last week enjoyed a four-day tripto groom-elect graduated from South West High in
Nassau. ?ot4 r v x Miami and attended the University of Florida,wherehe
was a member of Alpha Tau Omega.In high schoolhe
MRS. MARY DEMATTIA AND DR.JANE CARBONEof
member of the football and track
was a teams and
78th Street, Holmes Beach, are home from a two- "
"Mr. South West.
month motor trip to New York State, Pennsylvania, was
Virginia and Georgia.MR. He is now an airman first class in the U. S. Air
AND of Force, serving in Viet Nam.U. .
MRS. WILLIAM B. LEE Key Royale
Drive, Holmes-Beach, returned home a few days ago
from a three-week trip to South Dakota and Minne- S.Marine Corps,and expects to serve in Viet Nam.
.4 MR. AND MRS. HENRY DOWNS are now occupying
where
sota, they visited their son-in-law and daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swanberg and their children, their home on Gulf Drive,Anna Maria,after spending
in Moorhead Minn.; Mr. Lee's mother, Mrs.Almeda several months in Lennoxville Quebec.MR. .
Lee, in St. Pauj, and their daughter Sharon, whom AND MRS. AUGUST WAGNER of Sportsmans
left Sioux Falls Harbor, Holmes Beach, are expected home this week
they at Augustana College at S. D.,
where she will enter her senior year in the schoolof from a vacation of several months in Mountain City,
MISS GERALDINE VALERIE LOWE
nursing. Ga.MR.
THE REV. AND MRS. LESTER M. UTZ of 74th MRS. MYRTLE MARLEY Sycamore Avenue, Anna AND MRS.REESE ARMONDof Portsmouth,
Street, Holmes Beach, last week attended a meetingof Maria, has had as recent guests, her son and Va. are now occupying their recently purchased homeon
the Board of American Missions of the Lutheran daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Marley of Archer Way Anna Maria.
Church in America, held at the Bethany Lutheran Montgomery, Ala., and their four daughters: Judy, MR. AND MRS. WALTER D. ELLIOTT of Marina
Church at Miami Beach. The Rev. Mr. Utz is a who is majoring in music; Linda,who is attending the Drive, Holmes Beach, are vacationing in Norwood,
missionary for the board. They also visited Mr. and school of nursing at the University of Alabama, and Pa. for a few weeks.
Mrs. James Batal of Coral Gables. Peggy and Carol, students in junior high school. MISS MARY LOIS SULLIVAN daughter of Mr. and
RICHARD KERMODE of Los Cedros Drive, Anna MR. AND MRS. L.E.HARTERof St.Louis returned Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan of Alameda, N. M. (former
Maria, son of Mr.and Mrs.W.R.Kermode, is leavingsoon recently to their Island home at 16 Seaside Court, Island residents), was married Saturday to Dale
for Albuquerque N. M.,where he will attend the Holmes Beach. Alton Zimmerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
University of New Mexico. MR. AND MRS. CARL GULAT of 75th Street are Zimmerman also of Alameda. The ceremony took
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT McFAIL of Tampa and back home again after an extended motor trip through place at the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Alameda
family, have returned home after spending a short northeastern United States and eastern Canada.They with the Rev. Edward Rutowski officiating at the
vacation at their home on Gladiolus Street, Anna have been away since midJune.MR. double ring service.
Maria. AND MRS. JIM KARR of Ocala and sons, Dane Mrs. James Coan of Madison Wis., a sister of the
MRS. RALPH WHITE of 80th Street,Holmes Beach, and Dale, have been guests of Mr. Karr's parents, bride was matron of honor and Miss Ann Sullivan,
returned to the Island recently after enjoying a long Mr. and Mrs. Peter Karr of Bay Boulevard, Anna another sister, was bridesmaid.The .
motor trip through the West with her daughter-in-law, Maria. Karr is leaving this week for California, to couple will reside at 7939 Fourth NW, Alameda.
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Guests atthe Motels } '. : < ", ::>>1I Island BowlingThe Mixed Bowling
,
,
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULP Mr. and Mr*. Chris Quezedo at Tamp, and 'I,'".\. 'lJil 'r' .;i .'
family. Mr. and Mr*. Anthony Trombetta of Tampa and family. Mr. t. .",1"1' ". ',: ., ,..'.,.......',, Island Bowling The Island Mixed Bowl-
and Mra. Duane Moore of Orlando. and of .. ::t. ." 'fAi I
Mr. Mra. T. McLean Tampa ; I 'I. League will open its ing League will start its
and family. Mr. and Mra. B. Tinkley of Lakeland and family. Mr. .t i ;
Y X34 Cortez Lanes
Van
and Mra. C. B. Moore of Brandon and family. season at the Rip season at ,
ROD I REEL MOTELs Mr. and Mra. Paul K. Boardman of St. Petersburg \ Winkle Alleys at 6:45 at 6:45p.m., Friday Sept.
. Mr. and Mra. J. W.McQuarter of Bradenton. Mr.and Mra. Sam B.
Scalaro of Tampa and family. Mr. and Mn.W.Teace of Plant City and p.m., Monday, Sept. 13. 10.Team
family. Mr. and Mra.George E.Plttwood of Tampa. Mrs.Fred Clark Teams which will par- sponsors will be:
Mra. Virginia .T.L.Wataonof Fort Meade. Mr. and Mra.
George Kenyon and Sam and Ethel Adams of Winter Haven. Mra. Margaret ticipate are: Tropical Anna Maria City Pier
Riuao and Mra. Flora Zbar of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. James E. Karr of Vista The ISLANDER, Anna Maria Electric

Orlando PALM COURT and family.Mr. andMra.PautSIU.oI Bartow. Mr. and Mra. James Schuchard Plumbing, Island Webb's Island Pharmacy,

Hutchinson of Brandon and family. Marine Supply, Day Dick Wagner Realty, SandBar
EAST O1 THE SUN Mr. and Mra. Doyle Knight of Wauchula. and family.
NOMAD MOTELi Mr. and Mra.D.M.Grolmanof Philadelphia. Mr. and Area Insurance, Pete Island Bus Island
Mra. Thomas Storey and Mr. and Mra. W. L. Durrance of Port Meade. Reynard's Restaurant, Marine Supply, Connick's
Mr. and Mra. C. H. Brower and Mr. and Mra. P. D.Inbody of Lakeland. Builders TV Mira Mar Drive In
,
Mra. Dorothy M. Vre.tllllid daughter Ann Mr. and Mra. H. P. Whatley. VanOstenbridge ,
and Mr. and Mra. V. Alllaon of Bartow. Mr.and Mra. John Brandon; Mr. Gray's EConowash, Bayou B & K Hardware, Schu-
and Mra. R.T.Jamiaon.andMr.andMra. Bob Murnan of Largo. Mr. and Marina Roser Men's chard Plumbing and Rod
Mra. R. Wllllamaon of GalneavUle. Mr. and Mn.E.L. Wagman of Kathleen -i: ,
and aon. Bill Schult and Jim Lyons Capt. and Mra. D. C.Quane; ,, 1 Club, Webb's Island Phar- & Reel Pier.
Mra. Gladys Plttman. Mr.and Mrs.C.N.Woodham and Mr. and Mra. Albert and the Island Dank.Children's One woman bowler and
Kelley all of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Sllaa Hanklna of Washington D. C. macy
. Mr. and Mra. Thomas Green Jr. of Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. Tom V one man bowler arc still
Lento; Mr. and Mra. V. Odom. and Mr. and Mra. Jerry Hosklns of Orlando Clothes needed. Anyone interestedis
. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosaman of Palmetto.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTELs Mr. and Mra. William Bacon of Culfport and Although new erosion prevention pier at lira enton Children's clothes arc asked to call June Con-

family.S. Beach is not complete, local fishermen already are urgently needed for some nick at 778-1804.
S. WHITE SANDS MOTELs Mr.and Mra.William Baxter of Madison Ala.
. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Freeland of Lake Wales. Mr. and Mra. using it for recreation. (ISLANDER PHOTO of the families of migrant Twelve Club
William King of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Tom M.Jerden of Lakeland and workers in the county. High
family. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Decker of Chicago. Mr.and Mra. RobertF. Women VotersThe
Wrigley of Clearwater. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Watkins of Plant City. Children in many families Joseph Sic Uliano, direc-
Mr. and Mrs. Tom MotchfCk of Orlando. Mr. and Mr*. Hayward Smith '. Voters' Service are without proper cloth- tor of the Veterans' Information -
and Mr. and Mr. J. T. Butts and family of Lakeland. for
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Calhoun of LakeUnd. Division of the Manatee ing for school.Contributions. Center
Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Hammock of Largo. y County League of Women may be Manatee County, will dis-
CHARLIN VILLAS Mr. and Mra. Henry Stewart and party and Mr. and left at the Anna Maria cuss Veterans Benefits" -
Mrs. Sam Mllltelloof Tampa. Mr.and Mra.John Atwater of Orlando. Voters is assisting Supervisor -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Day of LakeUnd. Mr. and Mra. A. R. Kindred, and t of RegistrationMablc IGA Store in car of Mrs. at the luncheon
Mr.Tampa.and Mrs. Tom Moore of Bradenton. Mr. and Mra. Eddie Berizo of I Davis in trying to Scanio. Money for shoes meeting of the Island High

THE ROCKETTES" GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.and Mr*. Harry P. Mutter get all eligible voters in also will be welcome. Twelve Club, to be heldat
and family and Mr. and Mra. Herbert Mogenaen and family of New Orleans I Interested persons may noon, Thursday Sept.9,
. Mr. and Mra. Warren M. Gait, and Jean Dupuraux and daughter of Manatee County to register -
St. Loul. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Sanders Plant City and family. Mr. 1-: .I before the Oct. 2nd call Mrs. Carl Scott at at Pete Reynard's Yacht
and Mrs. Harmon Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Betdlnch of Ocala. Mrs. Nora deadline. 778-1909 for more in- Club Restaurant.At .
Ward and Mra. Louise Ward Wauchula. Mr.andMr. 0.5. Phillip of
of the
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.Jesse McGee of Tampa. Mr.and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Ivan Farman, director formation. the meeting
Mogenaen of Lakeland and family. Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Ycxigue of of the drive, says Unitarian ServiceThe club on Sept. 16, J. D.
Reddlck.
Webb of Webb's Island
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mr*. Frank F. Herrington of Orlando. that all persons listed in
Mr. and Mra. Ray Clevenger of Convoy. Ohio and family. the telephone book will be Manatee Unitarian- Pharmacy will be the
BIMINI BAY Mr. and Mr*. Ray Mann of Bartow. UnlvcrsalUt Fellowship speaker, and will talk on
FRICK COTTAGE Mr. and Mra. J. D. Rauleraon of Lake Walea.PROTHERO called.
APARTMENTS Mr. Denver Albrlttonof Sebrlng. will hold its first meetingof the subject, "Tranquilizers -
Alejandro E. Diaz of Opa-locka. : :n'd Mra. C.A. Mcbwen of Orlando Island Youth CenterThe the season at 10:30: Antibiotics.."
. Mr. and Mra. Jesse A. Albritton of Glbsonton.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELs Mr. and Mra. Raeburn C.Foster; Mr. and Mr*. Island Youth Center a.m., Sunday, Sept. 12, at All Master Masons arc
Earle L. Everton.and Mr.and Mra.James O'Neal and family all of Lakeland will be from 3 to the Palma Sola Commu- invited to attend the club's
. Mr. and Mra. Frank J. Sellaaen and Mr. and Mr*. G. Langanke of open
Orlando. Mr. and Mr*. I. C. Hinton, Mr. and Mra. Jack Rodriguez and 5:30 p.m. daily, Tuesday nity Club. A special meetings.age .
Mr*. Peggy B. Houah and family,all of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. R. L. Treat through Friday each week service for the beginningof
of Bartow. Mr. and Mr*. Alton E. Cltten of Hopewell. Ga. Mr. and is held
children
Mra. George Borger of Keyter. W. Va. Mr. and Mr*. Harold C. Wardenof and from 9 a.m. until the Fellowship year at
Avon Park and family. Mr. and Mra. D. C. Pritchard of Wauchula noon and 2 to 5 will be presented: 'A Rededication the same time a.s the
p.m.,
and family. Mr.and Mra.George Rouck Jacksonville. Mr.and Mr*. Service for service.
A. Fordo of Largo. Mr. and Mra. Fred S. Owen Jr. of Dunnellon. Saturdays. "
Mrs. F. M. Gonzalez of Sarasota and children. Alfred M. Carvajaa of There will be a Teen Unitarian UnlvcrHallsts. For further information
Coral Cables and mother. Mr. and Mra. J. S.Craig of Lake Worth. A Church School for infants interested persons may
Club dance each
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mra. R. Taylor; Mr. and Mra. OU Varnee Jr.; Friday
Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Oliver. Mr. and Mr*. F. Humphries and Mr. and Mr*. evening at 7:30, with through) lunior high call 778-2167.
L. D. Luften all of Lakeland. Mr. and Mr*. R. Walker of Warner (Islander Photos by R dn) records
Robins, Ga. Mr. and Mra.Lavern Howe of Mulberry. Mr.and Mrs. J. only.
Davis of MUml. Mr. and Mr*. D. R. Thompson of Fort Meade. Mr. BEACH APARTMENTS
and Mra. Robert L. Johnson and Mr. and Mr*. L. Cromwell Mr. and Mr*. Jim Garrison of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Dell
of Wauchula. Rob Cummings of Fort Myer e EfflcloncUt a 2-Bodroom Apartment
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*. George St. Amand of 201 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH I Deluge Penthouse Suite a 60-Foot Pool
Orlando. JerolJ Maiilck of Fort Myer. and daughter.
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family. PHONE 7780977HUS'7

and CAI'RI family.BEACH. J.APARTMENTS Dunelsun June II Mr.of and Tampa Mr*and. John party.Allyn (< Lake Wale, Commercial Residential or Repair III-..,It'll: (),V T III-: IIfSr f: ) ,I'-1'




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CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED BUILDING PERMITS... ,
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BERNARD MISSION j i.....$1.00-50. ....... $113,820. The figure was ,
(CATHOLIC) $78,120 higher than the
FOR SALEs U It."Hampton"Sloop.
Rev. Francis F. Welsmiller Good condition. All fear and sails $35,700 total for August, I
Including s tnnsker. Phone 77 -U39. 1964. II
MASS.SUNDAY, 8 & 10 am I
WANTED: Baby sitter alter
WEEKDAYSllam 2.S cia,. a week caring for a 212year Bradenton Beach issued
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm old girl,pmUUy trained In your permits for $6,621 worthof I
& BENEDICTION-
ROSARY
home mine. Prefer someone on
or
WEDNESDAYSi 7:30 pm north end of Uland.Phone 778-M86, additions and repairs, d.M .
Harvey Memorial Church STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL? $3,479 more than in August -
Non-Denominational LECTORS. Come la and let IIa fill
( ) 1964.Permits.
those empty spaces In your album.
Biedenton Beech We carry a tupply for every collector. issued in Anna f
...,. A. W. Sim tutSUNDAY You're welcome to come In h browse.M. ,
Maria City were for a ",
:
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9:15 am Sunday School 4th St. W, ra4entOll.741-2 16. new home, $11,000, and ..

Christ.. Sciatica $enlc.A. Comfort.KNAPP All SHOES Style Cuaranteed. AUGUST SALE.Foot alterations and repairs, -
M. Community Hawsa Charles. V. Corcoran 416 Magnolia $2,850, a total of $13-
AWl.Anne MLriaCall[ 778-1918.
SUNDAY! 850. In August, 1964 the
9:00 am Sunday Service PROPERTY MAINTENANCE permits issued were for

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHRev. $36,020 worth of building,
ETC.
MOWING EDGING.
Lee Rellill. Peeler $22,170 higher than this
SUNDAY KEN FELLOWS
B:4S am Sunday School year.
9:50 am Worship Service Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. Fellowship Sipper I
S:30 pm Concord Choir I

6:30 pm Worship Service ALTERATIONS ontllUndsof Cloth Canal front in Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO by Bruce Birkman)
7i30 pm Youth Program ing.Also Dreaemaklng. Drapes.Mrs. The first of a seriesof streets
MONDAY frank Beard. Phone 778-1431.. nine Sunday evening
7:30 Sunday School
pm WANTED TO AU
BUY U.s.Coins.
Leadership Clinic covered dish
Gold. Currency or Foreign Coins of fellowship
TUESDAY 7:00 Church! Choir any Country or old Medals., Tokens, suppers will be servedat YOU
pm :
7:30 Sunday School etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403 Gloria Dei Lutheran
Action pm 14th St. W. BrIden la,Ph.747-2 J16. save money .
Ni9htWEDNESDAYI
Church at 5:30 p.m.,Sun-
4:00 pm Intermediate GA SUBSCRIBE TO day, Sept. 12. Each familyis
7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams
7:00 Prayer Meeting TilE ISLANDER asked to take a covered
Rose Memorial Church for only $3.50 per year dish, plus table service. YOU look better
(Nee-D.wer.in.ti.n.l) in the United States,or Coffee will be provided,
THURSDAY! $2.00 for six months. as well as soft drinks for
SUNDAY 7:30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal The weekly newspaperof the children.

9:00 am Worship S.rvic. about and for Anna William B. Lee, super- YOU
10:00 am Sunday School feel better
7:00 pm Youth Program Maria Island and its intendent of the Sunday
.MONDAY residents and visitors. School, and the Rev.
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Write: The ISLANDER Lester M. Utz, will have
Church of The Annunciation P. O. Box 757, Anna charge of the evening's /

Rev. Gerald(Episcopal K. Lowe), .Recto Maria, Florida 33501, program. Lee will conducta WITH CLEAN CLOTHES FOR FALLIt's I
THURSDAY, or call 778-2021. song fest, and Pastor
9.00 am Holy Eucharist13th Utz will present a color

8:00 SUNDAY am Holy AFTER Eucharist TRINITY! motion picture with sound, just like putting money in the bank!
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
10:30 am Family Eucharist & entitled, "The City of the
Sermon; Church School Licensed ElectricalCeetrecters Bees." The film presentsa Bring your bright fall garments '

Gloria Rev. Dei Lutheran Church Gulf Drive at Pine AvenueL. story of the life of the 1 out of hibernation and have them
Lester M. Utz, PastorSUNDAY
(ROY) FERGUSON honey bee with a religious
9:15 am Sunday School PHONES Day 771-2143 undertone, and has appealfor BEACH-BENDIX CLEANED or WASHED
10(10 am Worship Service Niffkt 77I-2059
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal Everyone persons is invited.of all ages. .. you'll enjoy them again and again .


ATTENDTHE Gloria Dei ChurchThe JUST CALL 778-2295
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CHURCHOF and tfatnltnanctr. will deliver Rev. Lester a sermon M. Utz on BEACH BENDIX LAUNDRY 4 DRY CLEANERS

"How To Bear A Burden"at
YOUR H. RICHARDSP. the 10:30 morning worship 107 Gulf Drive N. Bradenton Beach

0. BOX 374 service at Gloria Dei Your Laundry & Dry Cleaning Picked Up & Delivered FreeSUMMER'S
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George Wagner-REALTY ;
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Island Shopping C.ntr SI-c. 1197S2i
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Custom and i $ "
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.t t Island Builders Since 19/9. >>- Model Apartments

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778-2528 778.2822 Home at 406-76th Street, Holmes Beach, which has
been purchased by Mr. and Mrs.Don Vary from Mrs. 5400 GULF DRIVE
George Harris Sr. Ralph Parrish of Parrish Realty,
Anna Maria, handled the sale. (ISLANDER PHOTO) HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

SUPERSPECIALBARGAIN Tele'11o.e 778-1611

$12,750LOW


100 x 800 On Sarasota Bay DOWN PAYMENT It is now time to think of plans for the
purchase or rental of your winter home.Someof
3 Bedroom-1 Baths-Screened Porch
INCLUDES RIPARIAN RIGHTS our sales listings Include:
EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR Built-in Electric Surface Unit & Oven
HOME SITES.MOTELAPARTMENTSsome Carport & Utility Room 1. H.... dost t. the 5.,1.,Y.t

commercial Central Oil Heat Boat Slip -P4. Ctitir I ii Holmes Inch.

Now REDUCED JOHN B. PROTHERO 2. Will.prlctJ Cinlfrtit H...
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Only $18,000 with termsFor Rtgisttrri Rut Estate Iroktr-SiUs I Rutols
3. liyfrtit H... Ii A... ..,1..
Information Call! 778-2663 Eve 778.1464 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

DICK WAGNER 4. 5..11!! .Jtrittly. priced rftlrtHiitItMt

em quiet strut.
2 HOMES FOR SALEWe

'" Kea Ito, S. Also .Iu! siUctlti tf well kept
have Just listed for sale, two 2-BR,
2217 Outr Onivc ORAOCNTQN BCACH ,..t.1 prepertles.t .
cn, VERY CLEAN Fully Furnished Homes.
Only half-block from the Gulf, these homes
{ are situated on slde-by-slde lots.Good rental Gertrude Blassingame
area--Llve In one and enjoy a nice Income REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER <
HOME ON KEY ROYALE from other. Owner will finance If necessary.
Fran Mason Associate: *M
First Time OfferedAvailable PARRISH REALTY OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.nil
: ANNA 'LoalOA.JI&J//Mr
W" MARIA
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RALTH H PAStON. M* PIGGY "MAUlIMOOII..
for Immediate occupancy.Locatedon
waterfront lot on Ambassador Lane, this .... Office fU.. A... M.r.. ......! 771<1902
Bedroom, 2-Bath condttlonl'd home now
priced at only $21,500, including ouch extras
as Ha r wick carpeting in Living Room($13.95 OWNER WANTS OFFERCanal
per 8q.yd.),Nylon carpeting in front bedroom 5KEYANDBA ROYALE
Florida Room opening onto screened patio Front 3-Bedroom,3-Bath.Unfurnished
with roof and sliding plastic walls. Palm
shaded landscaped lot with fencing and boat Home, with extra-large rooms,manycloaets. Y PALMS
dock. Well, pump and sprinkling system,
electric garage doors, new drapes in master Hobby Room which could be fourth bedroom.
bedroom, living room and Florida Room. ---
Washing machine, dryer and clothes reel. Well landscaped. Boat Dock.
Duplication price far greater than present low PREVIOUSLY PRICED AT $31,000See MODEL HOMES
selling price.Contact our sales office In Model
Home at Key Royale, or telephone 778-J917 Our Sign at 518-77th St.
for appointment to inspect this property. HOLMES BEACHMahar OPEN DAILY

KEY ROYALE, INC.. REGISTERED BROKERJACK'S
-eHOMESITES -
Rsal EstaIs

RUTH HANAI LEO 1AHAI and HOMESIN
R..lstered Real Ettttt Irek.rs
EVERY PRICE RANGE
IARGAIN IOARD Clued. W.d.ssday. .
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7702 Gtlf Orhte, Hel." Lack 77..11S'
WATERFRONT NON-WATERFRONT
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GULF FRONTGulf

Front 2 Bedroom,2 Bath Air Conditioned MODEL APARTMENTS
Tile Roofed Home. Worth its price of$2 ,OOO
on attractive terms. Owner will finance.

DON'T MISS THIS

EXCEPTIONAL HOME:BARGAIN- This dandy OPEN DAILYFOR D..I.,,,., louder t, Itf.ltil Estate Irtkir
2-Bedroom Home, only 5 years old, Is In Phone 778.1917
wonderful condition. Looks like new. Lot
85x125 and beautifully landscaped. Slashed INSPECTIONSEE
from $17,000 to 12900. Financing arranged. :/AL

SACRIFICE Stdi '7"ea4lVr.e'
CANAL LOT--75x100, with heavy reinforcedsea
wall. Street paving paid. Just a block to
Gulf Beach. Finest section of Anna Maria.
Being Sacrificed for 3750. Small cash pay- tUI 7 et Page..... ILj
ment and balance at $50 per month.
JACK HOLMES, Realtor
JACK MARSHALL RealtorJ.
PHONE 771.1'.1
O. Maner: Broker Salesman: :
4101 MARINA DRIVE
Ellen Marshall: : Reg. Salesman: : Mgr.M ,r

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA



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s/s Yarmouth Castle
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