Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: January 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



No. ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JANUARY: 9. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Veteran Island Land Developer HonoredSenior I





CitizensAs Jack Holmes Feted At Dinner At Holmes Beach i

part of the annual Senior Yacht Club In Observance Of 75th Birthday

Citizens Program sponsoredby ; More than 250 friends neigh- The plaque was awarded for
Manatee ;Junior College a f bors and business associates Holmes achievement in com-
course In International Rela- Q gathered at the Holmes Beach pleting SO of the planned 100-
tions will be taught at the Club fora Seaside
Yacht Monday evening apartment project at
pavilion at the Manatee County : surprise birthday party for Gardens.

Beach. :John B. "Jack" Holmes one Other local officials who took
Professor :James :Jackson of of the Island's pioneer land part in the program were C. B.
the MJC: Department of Social developers and builders. Brewer president of the Island -
Studies will give a series' of The party for Holmes 75th Dank who welcomed the
ten lectures on foreign affairs N birthday was arranged by a guests and acted as master
and the relationship of the committee of local officialsand of ceremonies.
United States to each of the businessmen headed by Former Mayor Carl P.Scott
areas and countries discussed. Mrs. Pat Flanagan. gave the invocation and State
Professor :Jackson recentlywas Highlight of the party was the Representative Robert B.
chosen to develop and w 4 presentation by Holmes Beach Knowles of Bradenton spoke
present the series of talks on Mayor Chester Crawford of a. briefly.
Americanism vs.Communism wood-mounted bronze plaque Members of the Holmes family -
over Channel 3. WEDUTV.This bearing the inscription who were at the party were
course Is used throughout "Third annual award to John: Mrs. Jack Holmes. Holmea
Florida and In many other B. (:Jack) Holmes from the two sons and their wives Mr.
parts of the country for teach- City of Holmes Beach. Florida and Mrs. :John E. Holmes :Jr.
ing the advantages of in recognition of the most and Mr. and Mrs Hugh C.
democracy over communismto r outstanding community devel- Holmes and Holmea father- .
high school students. opment in 1963. presented at in-law. Orrlo Intveld of Passaic -
Before coming to MJC.:Jack- <<. the celebration of his 75th N. :J.
son specialized In the Historyof birth anniversary. :Jan. 6. (A special feature article

and the Far East and Russia Jack Holmes (center) was recipient of a plaque presented by 1964." begins_on Page 5_of_this issue.)
spent a year traveling Mayor Chester Crawford for the City of Holmes Beach at

and The studying first lecture In Europe.of the series a dinner Monday evening In honor of Holmes' 75th birthday.At New Island Air Taxi Service ...

will take place at the County left is Representative Bob Knowles of Bradenton. one of Howell Air. Inc., owned and aona. lie says he feeta there
Beach from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., the speakers at the birthday dinner. (ISLANDER PHOTO) operated by James Howell of la a definite need for such a
Seaside Garden. Holmes loeaUy-baa.d.. service and if
Thuraday. Jan. 16. Fee for the
Hutchinson Suffering From Cancer Beach baa started. a new air previous operator had been
entire will be $2. f.
course taxi and charter plane aervlce able to keep their..ovojchead"
C Of C Meeting'Because .. " """..,..Shocked. ,disbelief was the and consists of OC-ray In/ .. ..'h .... '.'" "' ..il lower they might have auc-
reaction of most of his Island high pressure oxygen chamber ceeded.
of a conflict of dates neighbors and friends last the only one In use in this .....'" Temporarily Howe can be ..
the January meeting of the week when they learned that country although the method reached at 778-1644.
f Island Division of the Manatee Fred Hutchinson Is suffering la used In Australia and In
County Chamber of Commercewill England.
be held at the Island Additional treatment ordered GOOD EATING IN A COOD
School at 8 p.m.. Thursday. was "Privacy and aeclualon CAUSE I
Jan.: 16. plenty of rest and to be left
New officers for the year alone." Two of the Volunteer Fire
will be Installed. They are: J At 44, Hutch haa appeared to Departments !In the Anna
A. L. Cenung. president; Rob- c cr be In better than ordinary i Maria Island Fire Control \
ert H.Hoffman vice president .' health and keeps fit between District will serve their
and Robert Pool treasurer. baseball seasons by almoat annual meals this coming
'
Francis Hall executive vice president of the county chamber participation In other outdoor Invited to joy both repasts
will report on some of activities.In proceed. of which are used
the activities of that group. All ..,-. a recent column a sportswriter for expenses on the buildings -
local members are urged to for the St. Petersburg which house the firefighting
attend the meeting. Times said he felt that cancer JAMES HOWELL! equipment for the
had overmatched and Island
itself and Cortex.
from the Holmes Beach Air-
Election InformationANNA waa due for the roughest nine A fIsh fry. featuring "All
innings it ever had attempted. strip. You Can eat/* will boaer-
The plane I Howell( will use la
CITY
MARIA
Hutchinson bas managed the
ved at the Cortex Fire
Feb,11. FRED HUTCHIMSON: a 1962 Mooney Mark 21.four-
Election
Tuesday
: Cincinnati Reda since mid- [louse from 5 to 7s30 p.m.,
and place ahlp which la equipped
To Be Elected: Mayor
from cancer. 1959 leading the team to its with all feasible safety features Friday Jan. 10. donation
Two City Commissionersfor each. According to his son Jack. only league pennant In 20 years such as automatic pilot of $1 per person la aaked.
terms of two years Hutchinson flew to Seattle the In 1961. A native of Seattle and radio. On Sunday Jan. 12, the
Terms Expiring: James O. Christmas consult oxygen two-way members of the Bradenton
after
day to Hutch graduated from Franklin -
RobertR. llowell a flyer since 1926.
Ferguson (Mayor); his older brother.Dr. William High School In 1938. and Beach Volunteer Fire
and Alma owna and operate. an airportand
Moses Haynes Hutchinson and was accompanied Joined the Seattle Rainier of charter service in Sumerton. Department, and its auxiliary -
(Commissioners) I Hutchinson and will the aeaaon'a
by Mrs. the Pacific Coast League the his serve
aaaiated
Candidates' Ohio by two
petitions may Ion Joe. Jack and his slater aame year. first Chicken Barbecue,
be filed with City Clerk. Patty flew to Seattle a few After a highly successful Up The Chimney from 11 a.m. to S p.m. at
Jan. 21 to Jan. 31. days later. season or two with Seattle he the Fire Station on Second
Voter Registration At City service articles Cigarette tax return to the Street Featured
Recent wire pitched for the Detroit Tigers North. on
Office until five days priorto relate that Hutchinson Is to for several ,..ar.. In 1955. be Inland cities for cases collected the menu for a donation of
election. undergo treatment at Seattlea managed Seattle to a Coaat during November wares $1. will be 1/2 barbecued
If # Tumor In- Anna Maria. $601.092 Braden coleslaw
Swedish hospital League pennant then became chicken potato salad
CITY OF HOLMES BEACH la ton Beach. $1,203.01 Holmea and rolla..
stitute. The treatment a new manager of the St. Louis Cardinals -
Election: Tuesday Mar. 10. Bach 1016.20, and Longboat -
one for cancer and la called for three aea.ona.19S6 PALL COMET.
To Be Elected:Mayor.Two "hybaroxlc radio therapy." through 1958. Key $906.73.
Aldermen City Clerk City .
Marahal. Aldermen for two I
Announces Candidacy
year terms; Mayor. Clerk Mayor Ferguson AMHA MARIA' ISLAND WKATMIRam

and Marshal for one-year Anna Maria Mayor. James O. two-year term alter two terms
terms. Ferguson announced this week as acoraraiaalovter.Moses has AI .+ ... eta .........
Terms Expiring: Chester that he will be a candidate for served on the city commlaaIonince lam Heoa Cpm Wan
V. Crawford (Mayor); John reelection In tbe city electionon May 1962. 4 4tkc.
Beckett and Ruby White Feb. 11.Following. Mra. Alma Haynes, the third 1J.-63 .4 "! 61 ATA4 ,3: l
(Aldermen); Pauline Ar- Ferjuaon'a an- member of the commission 1441 f 1..60 92 44 .4 Hone
cher (Clrr Clerk); Leon nouncement ComnlaaionerRobert wfaoee term explrea. baa DOC cam. 14a. 2--AO C2' AO 4a ATA7 Hose
Stafford (City Marahal) IU Moses said be too decided whether abe will seek 14a. ..4. .4 $$ CA Hone
Candida tea* petitions may would be a candidate for re- reelection. JMa.t..-AA *4 40. '1 A.* Nooe
be filed with the dry Clerk election. Both Fsrguaon and Commlaaioners. Arthur C. 148 A--A4 44 44 44 S9A9 Hone:
oo later than Feb. 1=. Moses baa said previously that tUaaen and Harvey C. Meyer 1,41 edo TI 44 74 Honeti
Voter Registration: At City they would not run again. Farfjoaoo are the two mem ers of the t
O01ca umil nose;. 4ar. 6. baa bent mayor for ODe (Omrtrrued on Page 2) (


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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. January 9. 1964

FERGUSON ANNOUNCES. . r
(Continued from Page 1)
Islander IE editorials commission whose terms expire -
in 1965.Commission.
transferred
,
$4,000 from the cigarette tax P n

Well Done . fund to the general fund to be
used for current expenses.

Monday evening, some 250 persons gathered at the Yacht Commissioner Haynes reported -
Club to say."Thank You" in a small way to one of the Island's that the third picnic
pioneer land developers and builders. The occasion was the pavilion at the Bayfront ParkIs
75th birthday of Jack Holmes, who for 30 years has been one completed, and equippedwith
of the Island most active businessmen and Its number ONE a new picnic table and *
booster. At the same time Holmes was presented a bronze benches. Cost of the pavilion, : ;

plaque by the City of Holmes Beach "In recognition of the about $400, was given by an H
0 most outstanding community development In 1963 . ." anonymous donor and the cost
His "outstanding community development" was, of course, of the table and benches by k ,
the recent completion of the 50th apartment In his Seaside another. ,
Gardens development In Holmes Beach, the Island's first Anna Maria contractor Nor-
cooperative apartments.It man Rosedale, who built the
Is only natural that not every resident agrees with the pavilions, painted the third Picture taken at the Anna Maria Bayfront Park with tele-
building of apartments as constituting"outstanding community one at no cost to the city. photo lens, faintly shows the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in the
development." But we can think of no one proposition on which Mrs. Haynes also reportedthat background. Bridge Is approximately eight miles from the
every resident would agree. some planting will be doneto Island. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

But no person or group can deny that Seaside Gardens has Improve the appearance of - --
attracted a very desirable group of new residents who have the north end of the Bayfront
settled there, plus additional families who have purchased Park near Hibiscus Street.
apartments for seasonal use only. Ferguson said that in view of
And from the point of view of the contractors, mechanics, the recent free trash pickup by
and suppliers of building materials, the project has proved to the city, there is no need for
be extremely appealing. The 50 apartments already built were private citizens to pile trashon
completed in less than two years, thus pumping several the edges of the streets,
hundred thousand dollars through the Island's economic and and that further offenses of r r
financial pipelines, with some part of that amount benefitting this nature would be dealt within .
almost every business on the Island to some extent. accordance with the city .
During the course of doing the research necessary to writea ordinances governing them-- LEGAL NOTICE
long feature article about Jack Holmes and the part he has by arrests and fines.

played in the development of the Island, the writer talked with, Moses reported that the pav- REPORT OP CONDITION oI"ne leland Dank" of Holmes Beach In the State State Bank of No.Florida 513
and asked questions of a number of residents: Jack Holmes ing of Bay Boulevard, Bayview at the close of business on December 20. 1963.
himself members of his family and Drive and South Drive was ASSETS
,
business
past present 1. Cash balances with other banks, and cash Item In
associates, even a few persons who in the past have taken complete, at a total cost of process of collection $ 294117.96
Issue with him on a number of points. And while doing the $18,380. Owners of abutting 3.2. Obligations United State.of Government States and political obligations subdivisions, direct and guaranteed 2079633.00 40O.OO
research, a pattern emerged--a pattern of finding the name of property will be assessed 4. Other bond, note., and debenture. Including $ None
Holmes Involved in the planning--and in many cases--In the $1.67 per foot, much lower securities of Federal agencies and corporation. not
guaranteed by U. S.) None
carrying out of most of the most worthy development of the than assessed for previous 9. Corporat. stocks (Including $ None stock of Federal
Island, and especially so in the years since World War II. paving projects. (Assessmentper Reserve Bank) None
,..
6. Loa and discount ( $623.84 overdrafts
Including ) 1.237.407.25
Pointing out a few in which he was directly involved, often foot for paving on North 7. Bank premises owned $73.OOO.OO. furniture and
with some associates: Incorporation of the City of Holmes Shore Drive early this year fixture $49.621.16 122.621.
(Bank premises owned are subject) to $None liens not
Deach, most of which was unincorporated area; developmentof was $1.87.) aumed by bank)
the waterfront and near-waterfront residential areas southof After a resolution is passed, 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises None
Slat Street, and the development of a private beach park in advertised, and a public hear- 9.premise Investment or and other other real assets eatat Indirectly representing bank None
that area; development of the 56th and 58th Street peninsulas, ing held to hear and adjust 10. Customer liability to this bank on acceptant outstanding None
thus pointing out the way for other waterfront developers; complaints, bills for the pav- 11.12. Other TOTAL asset ASSETS S3.733.343.S1 1.166.14
building of the Holmes Beach Yacht Club; development of the ing assessments will be
Island Shopping Center; development of several other good mailed, and property owners LIABILITIES
13. Demand depo.lt of Individual, partnership, and corporation $1.147.477.04
residential areas building of the Holmes Beach Airstrip. And will be offered a discount of 14. Tim. and saving deposits of Individuals, partnerships. and
according to some of Jack Holmes associates, a number of four percent for payment within corporation. i.090,063.04*
15. Deposits c4 United State* Government Including postal
other businesses on the Island are here and prospering because 30 days. savings) 18.239 46
Holmes sold their owners on the idea and advlaiblllry of 16. Deposits of States and politics subdivisions 20$0.72 ,
starting this or that enterprise.Can 18.17. Certified Deposits of and bank.officers checks, etc. 10,836.31 eo2S.10 "
there be any doubt that any resident or property owner 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $3.430.221.73
P owes Jack Holmes at least a debt of for (a)Total demand deposits $1.373.vS4.69
slight gratitude his (b)Total time and savings deposits $2.074.264.04
part in making the Island a better and more pleasant place to 20. Mortgages or other liens $ None on bank premises and
live $ None> on other real .tat. None
21. Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed money None
22. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and
outstanding None
23. Other liabilities 15456.26
A Happy Medium . 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES $3.465.677.99

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
23 Capital (a) Common stock total parvalu* $2OO.OOO ) :200.OOO.OO i
Ever since the visiting sports fisherman began to feel he (b) Preferred stock, total par value $ None. )
total retlrabls value $ None )
had a proprietary Interest in certain waters of the area--a eel)Capital notes and debentures 9 None )
number of years ago--there has been an almost unceasing 26. Surplus 75.000.00
friction between the sports fishermen and the commercial 27.28. Undivided Reserves (profit retirement account for preferred capital) 14.647.52 None
fishermen. 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 289.647,52:
There Is much be said 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $$3.755.343 '
to on the sIde of the commercial MEMORANDA ,
fishermen. They were here first--and In addition they make 31. Assets pledged or assigns to secure Uabllite and for other
their living at what they are doing--a point which always has purposes C1ncIUI sold with ftC notes agreement and bills to rediscovntsd repurchase)andsecurities 350D00.00
been given some priority on the American scene. But on the 32. (a) Loasa as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of 7.OOO.OOnanted
other side of the coin the motel and restaurant proprietorsand -- tb.Securities a* soown above are after deduction valuation reserves of No8a

others of the group who cater to the tourist and to the L C. R. Brewer. President. of use aa-r.- bank do solemnly swear that ....
ports fisherman feel that the time has come for them to report of condition Is taw: and eott.ct to the best 01 my knowledge and belief.

aaaert their rights. Both sides are right and neither Is Correct-Attest C. B. BREWER
entirely wrong.So JAMES L WUICMBT
JOHN '" DRAM M.D.) Directors
much consideration has been given the commercial HUGH C.HOLMES ,
fishing interests however that no regulatory legislation can 1

or will be considered by the county legislative delegation Sated SEAL ft< unless the delegation has the consent and approval of the Sworn to and subscribed before nv '.Ale 3rd say January. 1.*.. and I berewy certifytat
fishermen their | am not an srncsir er director of (...bank.
or representatives. And they--the commercial .
My commlsalnn esptreo >ni..** str 13. 14>7 Jar* R. Tbompcon. NotaryThe PWIIA
fishermen--are represented by one of the most able and t
effective spokesmen poaalble Wayne Mead of Palm View.
For the above reasons therefore a special regulatory act L IslanderAn
paaaed by the Florida Legislature on May 19, 1939, and
apparently still effective must have had the blessing and |Independent Weekly publish! every Thursday
approval of the commercial interests. It prohibit
netting or seining within 15OO: fishing' any municipality in the by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

county. It also provides the usual penalties for 'violations. 314 Pin. Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.
More recently In 1953 for some reason not very clear at '
EDITOR...... ... ,.___.--- STEVE KIMBALL
the moment the City of Anna Maria p'.aed an ordinance which
reads in part ". . it shall not be unlawful to seine or nee ADVERTISING MANAGER...MARGE KIMBAll
In that area between the City Pier and the pier locatedapproximately MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737.Anna Maria. Florida.
320O feet northwesterly of said City Pier from TELEPHONE: 778-2021,
November 15th to February>> 1st of each year." .
The ordinance. continuess! ". . provided' further that no SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. s.. $3.3Oper
such seininc or netting hall be done within 300 yarda of year; $2 for six month Canada.
either of auca piers** $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES. : ,
Now either the commercial fishermen don't know about $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ::: -=

. tbeee regulations don't care because they are extremelycareleaa percent for atxeonseeutiveInsertions CiI.. ...
about nbaecTiiig them. Oaanec.rlymon.1.acth1a week if paid by tenth of following month. ti"i
they hauled their nets while standing on the seawall of a private National or agency placed advertising --
borne-NORTH OP THE ROD aBEL PIBR. 1.26 per column inch. *... ..-
Nor was) that morning unustual one in that respect. The r= il .- .
SOO-yard from the piers provision la blithely ignored moat of CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
A* time and It la not at all unusual. for the commercial boats Entered a* Second Class matter under
'to not within JO or 30 feet of the piers uaiag their propellersto Scots of to a.w periliaaattiw the Act of March 3. IS79.
c&op wfeaterer lines the ports fiabermen nave out COWItJ ow.d beach at me south
They should consider, that la Anna Maria that ordinance .ebd at the Island the county's
MANATEE COWCnTS: ONLY NOMC OVMCDNCWSPAFCRPage
COULD be rescinded, tf eoougfa. clf1 en. petition such actiool .traagest facWtSea.



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January 9. 1964" TilE ISLANDER Page 3

1 Island Players Present Kiwanis President A. M. Garden ClubA Keeper Of The Tree 8 am to 8 pm W..kday

,. '...,,-- regular meeting of the 8 am to 2 pm Sundays
Anna Maria Garden Club
will be held at the Anna M '
Maria Community Houseat
a 2 p.m., Wednesday EIJfBB'SIsland
w Jan. 15.1lrs. .
Tom Stewart of r.r

Bradenton a member of I Pharmacy
the Audubon will
Society
;
r & 5904 Marina Drive
show colored slides of
_....
/I. .:I,.. -..' r,. birds and will talk about 778-1411-Hlt.I 778-2075
L .... -I the beauty and symbolismof
..
J. D. WEBB Ph-n cUt
birds and their relationto
art.
*
ERIK ANDERSON of A !
Unitarian FellowshipThe
Erik Anderson this week Mrs. Sara Jane Ranahanof
was installed as presidentof Manatee Unltarlan- 421 Pine Avenue Anna SHOPPING
the Island Kiwanis Club Universalist Fellowship Maria who was respon-
4: for 1964. will meet at the Palma sible for The Tree at the
N Other officers installedwere Sola Community Club at Island Shopping Center In
.4.1. : Col. Sidney Drown 10:30 a.m., Sunday Jan. its Infancy. FREE DELIVERY!
12, when Grace L.Snyder
first vice president; Mrs. Ranahan an Island
George Lott Jr.. second associate professor of resident for 13 years lived -
vice president; Herald H. religion at Florida Southern on 55th Street when the
Y} Higgins: secretary and J. College will speakon land for the shopping center -
Robert Pool treasurer. "These Also Delieve.uUss was being: cleared.She
Directors for the year Snyder has been persuaded the workmen to
are Ed Bauman F. David teaching at Florida South- leave the tiny cedar and
Boozer, Douglas Gilmore ern since 1947 and she for the next couple of
JOHANNA WHITE JOYCE NEVINS Leslie Jackson has studied at Garrett years fed and wateredthe
DOYAL RABURN JAMES ZERBY Chester Crawford Carl Theological Seminary and tree spoke encouraging -
Keeler and Harold M. at the University of Chic- words to it and gave
"The first last Jan.
918Spray
MarriageGoRound appearance yearIn ago. Her principal areas
Chapman. it an occasional loving pat
a two act comedyby "Everybody Loves
of interest lIe In Bibical
Leslie Stevens the Opal." Mrs. White will be State RepresentativeRobert on the head until it grew Starch
world
E. Knowles of studies religions fend for
large enough to
first presentation of the making her first stage: and the religions of Am-
Bradenton the
was Itself.
season by the Island Players appearance on the Island. guest 24
erica. OUNCE 49t
will run Tuesday Holders of membershipcards speaker and Installing officer Last week she said she
through Saturday Jan. 14 may make reser- and Dr. Ray Green Roser Guild MeetingRoser felt more than passing
was master of ceremonies grief when she read in a Theragran M
through 18, at the Anna vations for numbered Guild executive
Maria Community House. seats for all three of the at the president'sdinner board will meet at the recent issue of The ISLANDER 10's
attended by members that the had
Curtain time will be 8:30. season's productions at tree
their wives and youth room at 10 a.m., been removed. REG. 7.89 4.69
Featured In the cast are the Manatee County Beach Thursday Jan. 9.
t Doyal Raburn. James from 2 to 5 p.m., Jan. 1O, guests.
300 ASPIRIN
Zerby Joyce Nevins and 11 and 12.Membership.
Johanna White. cards for 5 Gr. .
CONDENSED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION QJ
Raburn and the tickets for
Zerby are season or REG. 1.69 0V
familiar figures on the individual shows also may
Players' Stage both hav- be obtained at the beach CHILDRENSASPIRIN
ing appeared In several pavilion at the times listed THE ISLAND BANK iocr
productions in years past. or at the box office on

..,;;, Joyce Nevins made her the night of the show. takllsh4 April 2S. I ..IOn REG. 59C 29

Anna Maria Island BABYCOUGH

II i DR. CHARLES A. WEA.VERt' ., Holmes BeacH Florida SYRUP

CHIROPRACTOR: REO. 98C 49$ "

D.c. 31, 1961 D.c. 31, 1962 D.c. 31, 1963 CHILDRENSCHEWABLE

t' OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE

RESOURCESCASH Multi-Vitamins!

778-2414 and DUE FROM BANKS 239979.15 $ 327487.71 $ 236433.76 36',

U. S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 63O.872.97 1." 5.736.32 2229633.00 REG.7.95 3.95
7702 PALM DRIVE HOLMES BEACH

1 OTHER BONDS. ETC. None 4OO.OO BRITE SET

HAIR SPRAYREG.
LOANS and DISCOUNTS 6OO.116.O273.5OO.OO 930. 19.1 1.238.481.68
: DEEP. SEA FISHING 1.98 98$

BANKING QUARTERS 73907.21 72,000.00FURNITURE
ABOARD THE ADMIRALS AEROSOLSHAVE
and FIXTURES 33000.00 49.813.29 48.0OO.OO CREA

TACKLE AVAILABLE- PREPAID INSURANCE 2.060.43 1342.92 583.07 ECONOMY SIZE
1 14 oz.

LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD TOTALS 1601528.59 2839308.86 $3.843#331.31 REG. 1.29 6' Y

phone 778-2726 LIABILITIESCAPITAL Mi-31

Ieaves :-00 a.m. from CORTEZIflEZ' 200000.00 $ 200.000.0030O.OO $ 200,000.00 REG.8 ox.54< 27;

SURPLUS 3O.OOO.OO 50000.00 75000.00 24 ox.
REG. 1.25 626

: UNDIVIDED PROFITS and
REGISTEREDPHARMACISTS
i RESERVES 17011.57 11.909.72 47.636.37


s DIVIDEND "V. I' None None 2,000.00 ON DUTY

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MR. AND MRS. VINCENT MARESCA of Flushing L. I. NY
All About 1'oopIo... will arrive here soon to spend the rest of the winter In Anna Maria'.

ROD & REEL MOTEL Mrs. C. L. Bryson and Mrs. Mickey MR. AND MRS. STANLEY E.JOHNSON of 74th Street. Holmes ,
Beach, have arrived to spend the season In their
new home
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OHearn of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollard of Apollo Beach -.. \ here
:: j They have been In Cedar, Mich, and Mt. Vernon Ohio for
...William Haas and Tom Haas of Temple Terrace. severalmonths.
HALEY'S MOTELS Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hendershot of Toronto, ;;>- .
MRS. WILLIAM I. THOMPSON of 163:
MR. AND Crescent 41
of N. J. Drive
Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olochlnger Englewood. -
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF; Mr. and Mrs. S. Sasek of Plerson. Anna Maria had as guests for two weeks recently. Mr. Thompson's T
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. B. Ware and family of Columbus, Ohio. ..-"'- brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.Robert Fenton of Imlaya-
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. William Bakker of Auburn, Ont... town N. :J., his niece Mrs. :John Anderson of Clarksburg N J
Mr. and Mrs. Arle Koornneef of Crlmsby, Qnt...Mr. and Mrs. and his great niece Mrs. Shirley Bartek of Toms River. N.:J.Wand ;
Erve Sharpies of Papopka. Mrs. Fred Bornefeld and family of Roger. Ark. spent the
EAST O* THE SUN Mr*. J. Morton Oak Hill 111...Mr. and t 1 Christmas holidays with Mrs. Bornefleldparent.., Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. F. Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Western of Ottawa, 111... George MacLean who are spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs!
Mrs. R. W. Buenneke and family of St.James.: Mo..Mr. and Mrs. Thompson.DR. .
R. E. Beas and family of Peoria, 111. AND MRS.ELIAS LIEBERMAN Richmond HI11.L. I., N. Y.,
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mason and arrived this week to spend the rest of the winter In Anna Maria
family of Danville, 111...Mr. and Mrs. Donal CaVe of Dubois Ind. MR. AND MRS. MONT C. DRAPER of Warrensburg Mo., and
...Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Calvin of Greenwood, Miss...Mrs. Marie their granddaughter Tacy Draper, are spending the winter at -403)
Olaszek of Chicago, a sister of Mrs. Robert Relnel. -r 80th Street Holmes Beach.
GABA APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.Sam Batsel of Hammond, Ind.S. MRS. ARTHUR C. KELLY of Chattanooga Tenn.Lwlllarrlve this I
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. George Mermod of : week to visit her sister Mrs.Walter J.Frlnk of North Shore Drive*
Chrlstlansted. U. S. Virgin Island..Mrs. Patricia Healey and ; Anna Maria, for several weeks.
daughter of Minneapolis...Mr. and Mrs. John Having of Grand MR. AND MRS. BLAKE PATTERSON of North Shore Drive Anna
Rapids, Mich. Maria have had as recent guests for three weeks, their son and
BAY VIEW COTTAGES Robert Barber of Swanton, Ohio for the ...... daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson and family of
winter. Montreal.MR. .
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TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Karl Evensgaard., Miss Clara AND MRS. DON PROBASCO of Kalamazoo Mich. are
Pirrone and Mrs. William Hutching of Daytona Beach. occupying their new home on Bay Boulevard South. Anna Maria.
LA CASITA Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis of Prancestown N. H. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE WIERSEMA of Oak Lawn 111. are vaca-
PANDA COTTAGE:Mr.and Mrs.James Harmon of LaGrange 111. b tioning for the rest of the winter In Holmes Beach. 1
HOLMES HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. John F.Jenkins of Danville 111. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM GILES of Holmes Beach have returnedto
BURGESS COTTAGE. : Mr. and Mrs. Irving Austin of Reading a their home on the Island after spending several months in
Mass. Reldsville. N. C.
COOPER DUPLEX Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mundt of Arlington S. D. last week the home of Mr. and MR. AND MRS. E. H. GLANZ of Napoleon Ohio have returned to
REUNION
FAMILY at
PRINCESS MARTHA: Monalgnor Henri Grenler and the Rev. their home in Holmes Beach for the balance.of the winter.
Ptther Dery of Quebec City P. Q...Mrs.Beatrlx M. Leach, Mrs. Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones of North Shore Drive, Anna MRS. GEORGE TANN and family wish to express their deep
Irmagarda Leach and Mr*. J. J. Pius of Waukegan 111. Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) gratitude to their many friends and neighbors, who contributed to
IIOLDEN COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris of Framing- the Heart Fund following the family's recent bereavement, and to
bam Mass. the Island Woman's Club for its contribution, which was used fora
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hoffman and familyof residents, have returned* the laland after living In Californiafor memorial gift for the pulpit of Temple Beth Sholom. Sarasou.
Union Lake Mich...Charles P. Muller of Wichita, Kan...Mr. nearly two years,and are living on Palm Drive. Holmes Beach. MR. AND MRS. W. W. PERRY of Binghamton N. Y. are now
and Mrs. E. D. Helton of Riverside, CaUf...Mr. and Mrs. Dan MR. AND MRS. JACK ROWE. who have lived at Gulf Park. Brad- occupying the Coyne Cottage on West Pine Avenue. Anna Maria
Murray and son of Delta. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and enton Beach, for several years, have moved to their new home at for the balance of the winter season,their 14th winter on the Island. I I
family of Bloomingdale Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Cottrell of Flamingo Cay. MR. AND MRS. MILTON L. MORGAN wish to express their
Rockville Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Henry Postema of Wlllard,Ohio... MRS. LILLIAN LANTZ of Eagle River Wls., and her mother. appreciation to neighbors, friends, relatives,the staff of the Island
Mr. and Mrs. John Wooden and family of Indianapolis..Mr. and Mrs. Anna Jackson, have arrived on the laland to spend their sixth Medical Center and the staff of Manatee Memorial Hospital for
Mrs. Forrest Scott and family of Allendale, Mich...Mr.and Mrs. winter at the Sea Lawn Apartments on Bay Boulevard Anna Maria. their many acts of kindness during the recent final Illness of Mr.
Harold Akern of Rockvllle, Ind...Mr. and Mm. Francis J. Noack MR. AND MRS.AL PARKS of Tallmadge Ohio were recent guests Morgan's sister Mrs. Irene Lanier.
and family of Angola, N. Y. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cavendish of Bay Boulevard. Anna Maria. MISS PATTI WELSCH. a senior at Florida State University
CHARLIN VILLAS: Lt./Gen. Maurice A. Pope, C.B.. M.C. and MRS. MONICA OWEN of New York City,a worker for the Migrant spent the Christmas and New Years holidays with her parents.
Mrs. Pope of Ottawa O:. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. W. D. Ministry of the Florida Councilor Churches,who has been workingwith Mr. and Mrs. Francis Welsch of 213-81st Street Holmes Beach.
Pope. Mrs. Carl Scott on the problems of the migrant agricultural DICK ROSEDALE, a senior at the University of Florida, was
MR. AND MRS. LARRY BLATTERMAN of Bayvlew Boulevard, workers In the county, has been staying at the Shugert Apartmentat home for the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Holmes Beach, have had as guests recently, Mr. and Mr. Dan 310-57th Street. Rosedale of Pine Avenue. Anna Maria.
Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson of Sedalla. Mo., and Mr. MR. AND MRS. C. A. PURDY of 214 Lakevlew Drive. Anna MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. LEE of Key Royale, Holmes Beach
and Mrs. Adrian Monnat of Wichita Kan. Maria, spent the holidays In Casaopolls Mich., and report:: they had as holiday guests,their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. and Mrs.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT COATES and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert have encountered lots of snow and cold weather there. They expect Paul Swanberg of Mitchell S. D., and children Sigrid and Danny.
McNeil of Amherst, Nova Scotia are visiting Mr.and Mrs. William to return to their home here late this week. Another guest for the holidays was the Lees daughter. Miss
Hay and Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Elll of Holmes Beach. Mr. MR. AND MRS. MARCEL LASCURETTES of Rome. N. Y., and Sharon Lee of Watertown. S. D., a student of nursing at Augustan
Coates, a member of the Canadian Parliament a cousin of Mrs. their son and daughter were holiday guests of Mrs. Lascurettes College.MR. .
Ellis. parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. McVean of 207-67th Street AND MRS. ELMER C. LEMSTER of Valparaiso. Ind. are I
MR. AND MRS. HARRY KOHLER and family returned to their Holmes Beach. vacationing on the Island for the next four months.
home in Mlahawaka Ind. last week after vacationing for the holidays MR. AND MRS. JOHN :J. MAURIEL of Schenectady. N. Y. have MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH P. RONAN left Wednesday for their
at their home on Alamanda Street, Anna Maria. been guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Plscltelll of home in Schenectady N. Y.after spending two weeks at their home
MR. AND MRS. DONALD GIRARD and family, former Island 206-18th Street Holmes Beach.. on 7Oth Street Holmes{ Beach They expect to return here in May


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Beach paused for a little
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I Starting the apartments.

I two years ago. Holmes '
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1962. and sold them all

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project reached Its half- i ...
, way point with completionof
the 50th apartment and
the second half of the 100- :

:;'I 11, unit community is now JACK HOLMES
under way.Although. :
he was born In Chicago and grew up there.
I Jack Holmes Is a longtime Florida visitor and
r resident as well as being a bona fide oldtlmer on theM .T
Island. A construction superintendent for some of the _
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J. C. White _Engineering_ Co.. and.the Foundation Co.. .L -..- -- -----.- -
ne worked in Bell air, St. Petersburg and Tampa as Holmes Beach .oon after start of development of the along the present airstrip had gathered because of
!I early as 1910. He first visited the Island at that time 56th and 58th Street peninsulas and the yacht club boat races In the Bay on a holiday believed to have .
making a Sunday trip by boat from Tampa and recalls basin in picture taken about 1949. The cars parked been the Fourth of July. ONLY 15 YEARS AGOI
" there were only a few houses on Pine Avenue and the
Community House had only its walls and roof raftersIn Collapse of the Florida land and building boom in After the war he began acquiring land on the Island
I place. the late *20s made it necessary for Holmes to follow for development purposes. First a 16-acre tract
Holmes next trip here was about 1919 when he construction work to out-of-state locations--to Bag fronting on the Gulf between 77th and 81st Streets
vacationed In Anna Maria for a week or two while nell. Mo.. New Jersey. Massachusetts and New York where he filled a slough back of the beach subdivided
working In Sarasota for Stone Webster. During. the and keeping him and his family away from the Island much of the acreage and left a park between the beach
next few years he worked on "The Oaks the first except for a few short visits until 193-4. when they and the homes nearest the Cult.
winter home at Osprey of Mrs. Potter Palmer; a returned "just to spend the winter" but wound up Holmes next acquired more than 100 acres east of
Pc power plant In Savannah; a hydro-electric plant in staying here ever since. Gulf Drive between 53rd and 63rd Streets Includingthe
North Carolina; a pier at the Norfolk Army Base; a Active in the real estate business since that time. area where the shopping center waa developed a
water supply system In Massachusetts and Rhode Jack Holmes' first offerings were rental homes and few years later.
I Island and then more work In Norfolk. apartment, many of which he persuaded tbo ownersto About the same time he acquired another tract oflightly fl
. Other projects of the early 1920. which Holmes let him repair and ret; cor ate before ranting them. more than 100 acres eaat of Gulf Drive
(supervised were a small br1 e"in"Sara.ota., and Those rental units and their renovation were his first between 77th and 85th Streets much of which has APtane
several years" work on Tampa's Davis Island one of local real estate and building ventures. since been subdivided.
('',I the state's first pumped-up islands created with During the late 1930. he served as a city commissioner Still other property was purchased. until at one time
dredges by the same method so widely used to create in Anna Marla. In the *30., the Anna Maria the Holmes family owned between! 300 and 35O acres
the fingers and canals of more recent years. City Pier had deteriorated through neglect due to a of the city*. total land area of 1.10O to 1,20O acres.
I In 1924. looking for a place to rest for the winter chronic lack of funds in the city treasury. The city Much of that property, mangrove. Jungle when it was
Jack Holmes bought a home In Anna Maria from H. M. fathers were considering tearing down the structure purchased now has been subdivided, developed and
I, Kipllnger, brother of the publisher of the well known because it was rapidly becoming too dangerous to sold but the family collectively still la one of the
" KIplinger Letters. Looking at the home and makingthe walk on safely. Rebuilding of the pier was undertakenas largest landowners on the Island.
purchase on a Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. a WPA project with Holmes supervising the work. In 1948. the Island became "location" for an
Holmes moved Into their new purchase the followingday. Ills real estate and contracting operations kept him M-C-M picture. "On An Island With You," featuring
During the mid-twenties both Holmes boys John busy until the outbreak of World War II. when he Esther Williams Peter Lawfordand RlcardoMontal-
and Hugh were born on the Island. Both are active In turned over his Bradenton Beach office to the Red ban. Some of its sequences required a small airstrip
Island civic and community undertakings and both are Cross and left the Island to build Army camps so Jack Holmes aecured the services of a bulldozer
now among the large property owners In Holmes working on Installations at Fort Myers Venice Avon operated by an ex-marine and cleared 30 acres of
Beach. Park and Drew Field In Tampa. heavy tropical growth In 13 days to provide the air-
port of which he Is still one of the owners.
While working on the picture Miss Williams came
under the spell of the Holmes enthusiasm for the
Island to such a degree that shopurchaaeda lot hereto
use. for a future homealte.Sha still owns the property -

,." .' and pays the annual taxes and sends the city
......-. money for keeping the property mowed.
If' About the same time. Holme In partnership with

...-.' Frank Giles started development of the 54th and 58th
Street peninsulas and their adjacent canal., building
his own future homo on 56th Sll'eet.Iare of the same
project was dredging of the present yacht club baaln
and filling of the nearby awampy area a.
In 195O: with only 63 voters In the area which now
comprises much of the city the Town of Holmes
Beach was incorporated with the name chosen to
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honor one of Its leading citizen
Valuation of the town that year totaled only |5OOOOO ,-
a valuation now act by the county aaaeiiaur at
more than IIO million.

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Perhaps best described as a practical visionary. About the future of the Island Jack Holmes says
Jack Holmes Pioneer
Developer
. Jack Holmes has the rare ability to dream dreams he believes the eventual population will be 20,000 to
(Continued from Page :S) particularly of future development of "his" Island 3O,000 although he sees that figure as the practical
During the next decade development of the city was and then to translate those dreams into actual streets limit the "saturation point," and some years away.
rapid with the same pattern being followed--the storyof subdivisions airstrips yacht basins, shopping centers He sees nothing; but an upward swing in the future
Jack Holmes and the story of the city going along cooperative apartments or whatever. He has economy of the Island, pointing out that there still is
almost handinhand.In had a substantial part in making them all come true. much area available here which will lend itself wellto
the northern part of the city.Holmes and Francis According to members of his family,completion of the building of residences all of which will offer
Karel developed 77th Street the first of a long seriesof the first half of the Seaside Gardens project is a long the same sunshine and other features enjoyed by
peninsulas In that area. Next Holmes Giles and step toward fulfillment of one of his most persistent those who live here now. And he is starting his second
Ray Perrine bullt the Island Shopping Center clearingan dreams. 7S years and his second SO apartments.
area of do -- - .-- --- - -- -- -
jungle growth to so. .. - - --
Soon afterward. Holmes organized and built the ,

Holmes Beach Yacht Club, giving the land and makinga "'.'.\' ,.
sizable investment in the project. After it proved 'f'oipI a'''' '. V'f J 'r, r' "d. .r}9 v 4 h' tail
unsuccessful as a club he purchased most of the c'S
stock in the venture.
Another important factor in the growth of the city
was the Island Water Co., which Holmes interested
Karel in starting in 1951. ;

During the middle 50s, Holmes' principal activity ...
I was clearing and developing his land. The site for

I Seaside Gardens was filled in 1956. He calls 1957 the -.. # ,a...
"peak year" for real estate activity on the Island, the
year he pumped in fill for 30 acres of bay bottom

land in the area north of 59th Street and east of .. .1 t ti 'I
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plans for an apartment development on
the present site of Seaside Gardens were made in the ...-::-:.
late 50s, but were shelved because he felt he was .
"too old" to attempt such an ambitious undertaking. y. .I S r M ti* ....-
Finally late in 1961, he decided that perhaps he
wasn't as old as he had thought he was, and made up
his mind to proceed with the apartments.
After studying similar apartment developments in
all parts of Florida he has incorporated in his unitsas . '''

many of the best features as seemed feasible, and ., ,
eliminated those features he considered poor.
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Keeping the price within reach of the average iR ,

middle class retired couple, he offered apartmentsin V M, M,, 4
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their own safe protected anchorage, almost at ' u

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one exception the second-floor "penthouse" apart- One of the first poat-war Holmes developments In right foreground of picture which come nearest the
ments he completed during the past summer. Holmes each before the present extensive building beach are 75th: and 77th Street Nearly all the homeH I
After his first five units were sold the day they in the area between 75th and 85th Streets. Streets In pictured were built by Jack HolmcH. .

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had arrived at the right formula and that he was
building what the public wanted. Subsequent sales
confirmed his decision as he was hard-pressed to "' ,
build the units fast enough to satisfy the evergrowing -
demand, and often sales were made well in

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- Uoyd Hanson :216 Bob Oaughaday 34O HARVEY E. r1..GLEY... 7J.: oUTlT
-g Lloyd Hanaon :2O3 Bob Guild 340 Gulf Drive North. Bradenton Beach
Byron Arkebauer 199 Art Schumaker 333 died Friday. Jan 4. at a local hospi 'Fish Of The Month'Ninner
Chick Chapman 195 Uoyd Hanson 327 tal. A retired farmer he was born In
fowling Leagues Ray Schuchard 193 Andy Raatnussen 323: Montpelier Ohio and moved to theIsland
Roy Ferguson 190 Tom Edwards 317 from that C ago.
Frank Moc 188 Roger Haynes 517 He was a member of mi1.r Orderof
Bob Relnel 187 C. Randall 516 Moose, of Monrpeller.
Bud Hottman 187 Survivors arei His wife.Mrs.Beulah i irII
BLAND MIXED LEAGUE Lloyd Hanson 183 TEN LOW GAMES Hannah Tlngley of Bradenton Beach; W'
Although It took only one point In Its K. P. Smith 80 three daughters.Mre.. Donald Imm and
Island MiTT-1 League match with Island Hanson SERIES (MEN) Elmer Twist 96 Mra.Elgte SUcte,.both of Montpelier
Pharmacy Friday evening Bayou Uoyd 604 Elmer Twlat 97 and Mrs. Omar Starke off Pioneer.
Marina kept Its first place lead. High Byron Arkebauer 552 Fred Horne QI Ohio two .on.. J. B.Tlngley of Mont
.core*g in the match were Harvey Ray Schuchard 526: Jim Ayers 104 peller and Robert Tlngley of Grouse ., :""
Meyer. .',171-479.for Island Pharmacy Chick Chapman 516 Jim Ayers 111 Isle. Mich., and two brothers.Marvin ;;
aadlRoeeJyn HaTerkoe. 147-397. for Bob Relnel 5O4 E. Smalley 114 Ttngley of Show Low.Art*.and Wilbur
Bayou' Marina. Aaron VanOetenbrldge 498 Jim Ayers 116 Tlngley 01 Monrpeller. "
i Other cores were B ft.K Hardware Roy Ferguson 498 Ken Fellows 117 Grintth-Cllne Island Chapel was In 4". :j'
4.'WAaaat i Maria City Pier 0. (Lloyd Bud Hottman 496 Glenn Carlson 117 charge of local arrangements, and .
oa.-pl6-604; Earl Carter 168- Bill Gibson 488 Ruse Guild 117 funeral services and burial. were InMontpelier. I' ... .
).;VBIV Dick Connlck 487 '
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Area Sand 1.RoyF.rg ,
Bay Insurance 3. Bar (Monday Jan. 6) ". '
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,.. THIS WEEK'S HUGH C. 60 of 409 I .. rt .
on. 19O-498. Aaron Van- SCHEDULEBay Bay Area Insurance handed the lea McPHERSON. .. .. ,
OetenbrMge.. 498 Byron Arkebauer. Area Ins. Linen Rental Ser. gue-leading YanOetenbrtdge Builders 31st Avenue Terrace West Bradenton. ;;o
199-SO3X: Lay-<.Z-Llv-N Schuchard Plumbing team Us second straight loss In island died at a local hospital.Tue..ta,.Dec.
!Island j Marine Supply 3. Schuchard Dick Wagner Realty c.B ft K HardwareConnick Bowling League competition Monday. 31. A native of Petrolla.Ont..Canada JPete
..PIumMac 1. (Betty Phllllpe. 181. Bill s TV Bayou Marina evening, winning the march 31.High he moved to the area In 1934 from _
,I C4bean, 488 Ray Schuchard. 193-326K A.M.City Pier laland Marine Sup. scorers were Lloyd Hanson 193-313; Detroit and lived on Willow Avenue
; '!m Ly-Z-Uv-N Motel 3. Dick Wagner Sand Bar Island Pharmacy Chick Chapman 183-SCW. Anna Maria until about two yeara ago Lancaster (left) of Gulf Park
receiving trophy
_.._' (Bob Relnel. 187Bud Other scores were Bayou Marina 3. when tMt moved to nradenton.
1 HotstMn. 187-496). ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Tropical Vista 1. (Hank Barber. 192. Before he retired he was purchasing from Prank Cavendish owner of the Rod & Reel Pier.
.a Linen Rental Service 2. Connlck' Winning only one point In Its match Ernie Bradow. 326; Bob Guild 2OO. agent for the Michigan Consolidated Is awarded by Cavendish for the*Pish of the
';TV I Service 2. (Chick Chapman. 195- with City Pier Beachcombers on Monday Roger Haynea. 33O. Gas Co. There are no known aurvivora. Trophy
.M6j_ SIck Connlck. 183-487) evening Dec. 31. the VanOetenbrldge .- Schuchard Plumbing 3. Pete Re rnarda Funeral services were' held at Crtf- Month caught at the Rod It Reel. (Islander Photo)
Builders team clung to Its lead Restaurant 1.Steve Ales 213396 ftth-Cllne Funeral Home', nradenton.
LEAGUE STANDINGS in the Island Bowling League. High ; LaMolne Baker 199, Charles with the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Prank Cavendish owner-operator of "Chaos In Heaven"
[Bayou Marina 47.3 scorers in the match were Frank Pike 472KIsland pastor of Roser Memorial Community the Rod ft Reel Pier" Anna Marta
I Ltoea Rental 42.S Davidson 2O4. Bob Daughaday. 546. Marine Supply 3. Gray's Church, Burial was inManasota recently Initiated a "Fish of The islander Wyatt Blaaelngame Is the
gy Are Insurance 39 for City Pier and John VanOeten Econowash 1. (Andy Raamuaaen.:22O- Memory\ Park. ...Month* award for flan caught at the author' of an article on amberjackfishing
Sastl Bar 38.3SejMKhard bridge 197-349. for the losers. 363 Byron Arkebauer. K9-34OK Rod ft Reel. "Chaoe In tlea.."." In the
Plumbing 38 Other scores were: Schuchard Anna Maria Electric 2.3. The TOP TEN SERIES The first mOft.b.ard., for December January Issue of FIELD ft STUB AM.
lleUed Pharmacy 37 Plumbing 4. leland Marine Supply 0. ISLANDER 1.$. (Gene Moss. 191-481) Steve Ale 396 went to Pete Lancaster of The article describes some realM
fitek Wagner Realty 36 (Ray Sctiuchard. 196-564; Hugh Kayo Kedl,... 186-3) Art Schumaker 374 Gulf Park nradenton Beach, for his -mas amberjack) flatting aboard the
IB K Hardware 33.3 Holmes. 208. Andy Rasmuaaen. 323): ). Rover Men's Club 2. City Pier Andy Raamuaaen 363 catch of two or three five-Inch tarpon special sports cruiser LADY M out
[Ann Maria City Pier 33.3 The ISLANDER 3. Tropical Vista 1. Beachcomber 2. (Bob Hoffman :201. Roger Haynea 33O from the pier. Pete made his catcheson of Panama City, when Blaaelngamewas
tsUad Marine Supply 29.3 (Nell Hunt. 175. Kayo Kedtng. 314 Richard Wiggins 490; Art Scltumaker. Lefty Miller 346 a ""....." which was nearly as the gust of Mayor Roy Martinof
I i y-Z-Llv-N Motel 27 Tom Edwards 190. Roger Hayne. 210-374). Byron Arkebauer 34O large as the fish he caught. Panama City Beach. for the annual.
;Copftick's TV Service 26 19O. Bob Guild. 34O. George Thlbodeau 334 ...... .... In making the award, amberjack flatting party of the Panama
Gray's Econowaah 3. Anna Maria. LEAGUE STANDINGS Uob Guild 326 emphaalaed the fact that the largestfish City: Deachee Ttpln Fishing Club. The
JMsV HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Electric 1. (E. Smalle,. 180. Bud VanOetenbrldge Builders 43 Ernie Bradow 326: caught la not necessarily the Club organised In 1961. Is heeded by
Batty Phillip 181 H on man. 484. Wally Gray 484; Island Marine Supply 43.3 Tom Edwarda 322 winner. A elm-member panel picks Martin and Its...mbel'.1aoI41'world
i Kay Ferguson 171 Charles Weaver 201-481). Bayou Marina 42.3 the. award-winning catch.. Panel members records for salt water cate...... Martin
Phyllis Chapman 168 Roeer Men* Club 3. Pete Reynard" Schuchard Plumbing 39 TEN LOW GAMES are Bob Bender of the St. Peters. holds more world records for big
|Iftoc Davidson 160 Restaurant 1. (Rues Guild. :212: Bob Tropical Vista 37.3 Earl Mowry 90 burg Ttmeat Cap*. Dun Thurlowof game fish than any other person.According .
& VT Ferguson 1 39jf DeVane. 494; Charles Pike. 157-434). Roeer Men's Club 36.5 LaMolne Baker 92 Bayou Martnai Ralph Parrlah. well to Martin, the amber jack
Hottman 137 Bay Area Insurance 2. Bayou Marina Anna Marla Electric 35 K. P. Smith 99 known local fisherman Bar Lloyd of party le not Intended ae a chance to
K Hottman 137 2. (Lloyd Hanson 190-327 Roy Bay Area Insurance 34 Ken Fellow |OA ftI.arl.a Karl Nleeman off mimes set any new records, but le merely aneacurslon
IT Davldaon 1 56kyllls Phillips 199. Ernie Bradow. 486) Cray's Econowaah 32 Fred Horne 107 leacland Sieve Klmball of The for lots fishing fun.
Moc 151 City Pier Beachcombers SO Bob Hoffman 107 13LANDKR. Light spinning tackle le used and the
Bower 15O TOP TEN GAMES The ISLANDER 29,3 I Elmer Twist 110 Actual awards are original trophies II sportsftsherfnen aboard Capt. Dun
Ruaa Guild 212 Pred Horne of DurbeckOriginals Cr.ic"1 In of 12
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 28.3 113 designed by Wtnn Durbeck pulled plenty to
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Hugh Holmes :2O8 Earl Mowry 119 of Palmetto. 2Opowndere on the light tackle.
ly Ferguson 464 Prank Devlojon. 104Cbaea TOP TEN GAMES !Rues Guild 122 The article la meet reading for the
Davldaon 433tf Weaver 2O1 Andy. Raamuesen 22O Walt Sparka 122 77th Street. leach RepairedRuth f ishermas.' and for'anyone who merelyenjoys
Hottman 439 M'tty Moore 200 Sieve Alex 213 Maher c:* Mahar Real Battle reading, well worth) the UM.op.M. .
hyllla Chapman .3(', Rc>y Phillips 199 Art Schumaker 2IO NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE baa announced thai storm damage to h le .the sort of article thai
42 9t Hank Barber : [ Marina the beach 75th and 77th Streets has Interested. "
tty Phllllpa 198J'jfcn Art Schumaker 2IO I Bayou Rover M. C.VanOaienbrtdge at gets one In fishing.
Bower 4fttloselyn VanOetenbrldge 197 Andy Rasmusaen :2O2 Schuchard Plumbing been: repaired. The work" wa dIMe by
Haverkoe 367Betty gay Schuchard 196 Bob Hoffman 201 !I nay Area Insurance: ISLANDER Hugh 1101__. who charged only for coat of the repairs, drop their con-
Schmidt 393 Art Schumaker 196 Ernie Schmidt 201Dtnty City: Pier Beachcomber Econowaahfc.M. the shell used-$72. but mot for the Irt uU_. at her office, or mall themto
[Phyllis Mot 391 Moore 2OO : .Electric Pete Reynardssl. actual. labor. her at Bas 86. Anna Maria. Any
rune Connick 387 TOP TEN SERIES Boo Guild 20OLaMolne tropical Vista Island Marine Mrs.' Mahar. has ..,... thai thoeeresidents money left over will be kept ee a fund
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Ray Schuchard 564 : Baker 199 of the area who. nee the to make any future repairs to the
HIGH GAMES 1M F.N\ John VanOarenhrtdee \.0 h.eeh, and with to oorrtbme tn the Mw h.


dad & eat jD -- Wyman-Green & Blalock, Inc. 1'h1&as* r .ozco e

SNOOK AVENUE of REDFISH STREET. Anna Maria

NEXT TO ROD & REEL HOTEL BUILDING & MASONRY
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
NEW MAMAGCMCMTl PRANK & NELL CAVENDISH CONTRACTING

SNACK BAR. BEER & SOFT DRINKS.0.." Deity a aei te 10 pm Estcxblislxxi 1906
Mondays 6 t..'6 < -- -r'n All C.--J.d1.-TA..Fte Fft .. _. -- w.A.A..a.-ww. 5 P: O. BOX 142 ANNA MARI IO.OR1DA

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422 Twelfth St. fhon. 742-1411 WELCOME Wlnfer. vI.Ite.e e* newly Me4len.hM< she*.


: ? Flowering Shrubs r BRADENTON SAME BEAUTICIANS AIRCONDITIONED AND SAME COURTEOUS DRYERS SERVICE.
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Page 10 TilE ISLANDER Thursday January 9. 1964

CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES High Twelve ClubA .
Petition tot candidates for the
offices of Mayor and City Commissioner regular weekly luncheon -
BERNARD MISSION of the City of Anna Maria. of the
(Roman Catholic) Florida must be signed by ten qualified meeting
Rev. Francis F. WeUmiller electors and may be filed with Island High Twelve Club
MASS: until noon. January 31. 1964. will be held at noon,
FRANCES V. MAXON
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SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 City Clerk Thursday Jan. 9, at the .
WEEKDAYS: 8 am 1-9" 16. '64 Holmes Beach Yacht Club.

HOLY DAYS: 8 am ELECTION NOTICE Col. James Stephensonof
6 The City of Anna Maria Florida will the Palmetto Federal
pm hold an election on Tuesday.February
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: 11. 1964 to elect a Mayor and two City Savings and Loan Assn.

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pmHorvoy Commtasioners. will explain a cooperative ;
FRANCES V. MAXON
scholarship plan author-
M.morlal ChurchHonD.namlna'ional City Clerk
( ) 1-9. i 16 V. 23 30. '64UNCLASSIFIED> .; ized by the Florida /4R

Bradenton Beach ....... ,'. Legislature.At .
R.". A. W. Simi.. the meeting of the
SUNDAY: 8 (lines-SI.OO-rninirnum-50 i NEW CANAL FRONT HOME at 602 Baronet Lane following week the Rev. I

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. advance payment requiredON Key Royale Holmes Beach (formerly the Century*64 Lester M. Utz the new

10:30 a. m. Church Service. av.rage THE furnished BAYs 3-room Much better cottage than w/ Model Home), purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. pastor of Gloria Del

BAPTIST CHURCH twin beds, aerated water reverse Clarence :J. Battenfield of Winamac Ind. Home was Evangelical Lutheran r

ISLAND Rev Leo Bailiff Pastor cycle controlled all-conditioner gas furnace.thermostatically$3 SO to April built by the Wm. B. Lee Co.,and the sale was handledby Church will be the speaker. -

lat; $450 to May 1 at.307E No.Church Ruth Mahar of Mahar Real Estate and Key Royale His topic: "Which Way
THURSDAY: Ave. Drad'n Deach. Inquire Anchor Homes Inc. for You in 1964?" E. Delos Wetmore of Key
7:30 pm Sarah Parklc Circle nTiM Da; "ln. Royale Drive organizerand

Lamplighter Class Mt. and R sink.sALlij Also Meld wall kitchen cabinets.cabinet Fair I IiI Special ServiceA first president of the

SUNDAY: condition. Price very low. Call 778- Island High Twelve Club
1 : special church servicefor with from the club
8:15 am Worship Service. IIF"ci lJl.w 1-Bedroom Effi- Masons and their plaque
9:30 am Sunday School. Clency Apartments w/ Central heat iair presented last week by
conditioning. Close to beach It wives will be held at the Earle
new president
10:45 am Worship Service- shopping. Dy month season or year. Harvey Memorial Com-
Observe Lord's Reasonable rate. 778-1831 or write Cromer. Wetmore also is
Supper. Pt-lc Jlo* II ft2. Itolmgs' Beach. munity Church Church president of the state High
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. : SALE Good Fireplace wood I Avenue Bradenton Beach
Call KEN FELLOWS. 778-2894. after Twelve organization. (Is-
6:30 pm Worship Service. : () m at 10:30 a.m., Sunday lander Photo)
MONDAY: LOTS HOR SAUEi Gulf Front (10.- Jan. 19.

7:30 pm Finance Comm. 000 Canal.; 77th$3.3OO St.;Canal 73rd St.$4.OOO, J3.OOO.JOI; 75th St. All Masons living in the cordially invited to attend

TUESDAY: B. PROTIIERO. Reg. Real Estate area, or visiting here are this special service.
IA-81a SrrfOfOr. "-2'\4.
7:00 Choir Rehearsal. ALrnkT -
pm R TIONs on all kinds of Cloth-
WEDNESDAY: Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs. NEW BAY FRONT HOME on Bay Boulevard. Anna LOVELY VIEW OF TAMPA BAY FROM ROD & REEL MOTEL
k4 Frank 778-1411. Maria built for Mr. and Mrs. Donald Probasco of
7:00 pm RA. GA & Sun- FOR : ::,dfaP Cardnetle Apartment
beams. 2 Dlocks from Gulf and Day Fishing Kalamazoo Mich. Sale of the site for the home was -FREE FISHING PIER PRIVILEGES FOR OUR GUESTSAt .-
Piers. Uy month or yes,. Convenient negotiated by Ralph Parrish and Peggy Moore of
7:00 pm Prayer & Bible to stores, post off Ice.407 Spring Ave, Entrance to ROD& REEL PIER and Featuring Air' Conditioned
Study.los. Anna Marls.' Phone 778-1 0'PRIVATE 1. Parrish Realty of Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Efficiency Apartments which will accommodate 3 to 6 persons i
tutoring by experienced TELEPHONE 778.2780 j
teacher Mr. K.Wel.h.202 A 64th St.. - .s ?
/ Memorial) ChurchNon.Denomlna'lonal
or northeast! corner of Cu If Drive&6 4th !
( ) FOR..HliNFHOLM UfcACII UUPLEX ; n
Rev. Richard K. Wlafllns. APT 2 Bedrooms. 2 Baths .4 t
Pastor Living Room.Kitchen Dining Florida m. .wwvtXit%x Kltww. : b CLOTHING APPEALFor
Room. Well furnished.Close to Beach. MXXXXXXXXXMMXKMMXXX _
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THURSDAY: Month or Season. W. Dann. 778-2128 XXMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXMyXMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
3:15 Cherub Choir. or Write P. Q. nOl 14ftt Anna MjriJn XXXXXX1XXXXXXI XXXMMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX '1x articles with some substantial wear in them for
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6:30 pm Junior Choir. able at ONLY 17.:SO per month at the >Kxte r txr-. ,: xx.txx
7:30 Senior Choir. BAYOU MARINA. INC..Bay Blvd.So.. < xxa r needy Migrants of Manatee County--especially I
pm Anna' M rHCall, 779-2473.
SUNDAY: FOR S ALH< Waterfront home with
Income. Centrally located In Holmes WASHABLE items and sweaters Jackets shoes
9:00 am Worship Service. Beach. Shown by appointment only.
10:00 am Sunday School. c.ll.Owner) ?L7.T8'Tg42REUPHOLSTEHlNGj -
i>of* beds. $15 bedding. Children's togs of all kinds and sizes-- ?
11:15 am Worship Service. ups overstuffed chairs.lOup.Every-

5:30 pm Fellowship Supper. thing 1313 Cortex for the Rd.rental.W, Block Patten west Furniture of!4th SEASIDE GARDENS Apartment recently purchased particularly if suitable for school wear.

6:00 pm Fellowship Program S p "I.by Mrs. Ellen Conroy from Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ,
Film "Roots of Peace. Ti In Holmes..,. U.ach. near Tingley of Bradenton Beach. Sale was handled by
shopping It churc Attractive twin ,
1.OO pm Intermediate &. Sr. bedraonn wpvt.. entrance, fcFr vt.b.th. Dick Wagner Realtor of Bradenton Beach. UNNEEDED CLOTHING CAN HELP THE NEEDY) f
? Youth n t" "' : :
Fellowships.MONDAY >au nu r .. rr U.. '
: .nk Pf a rd. !t'.t?" Peach, 778-J4llT Please Deliver to 210 South Harbor Drive Holmes
7:00: Boy Scout Troop 7. FOR SALCi By Owner Canal Front
pm Loot. 1OO x 1OO. Concrete Sea talk
Wall.
1 TUESDAY: City Water and Artesian Well. Paved itup Beach or Phone St. Bernard Church 778-2292 I
1:00 Guild Luncheon. Street. Fine location In Holmes Beach.
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PV i n ;i] to have them picked
7:30 pm Men's Club. AROUND'PRoPEa TY MAIN-' up.
TENANCEl M O W INC. TRIMMING
WEDNESDAY: EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- IF IT'S INSURANCE
7:00 pm Board of Religious ISIfKD. WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
Education. PROMPT EFFICIENT s6RVICH. h..
RBASONABLK RATES--References.
8:00 pm Sunday SchoolTeachers' KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-3894 WE HAVE IT
Meeting. ifjt-r 470; P.M71O 8Vh St. H...nt. IA4J2W6a4IZOee
ISLANDER PIIOTOSt% Asse.rvU.eio
our readers, we can furnish S.?Inch JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE
1: Gloria 0.1| Evangelical) enlargement o*any picture appearing
Luth.ran Church In Tbe ISLANDER for only$1.23.ach. PHONE 7VO-1O22
Call 778-3O2I. or step at the office. GULF Or?. AT YACHT CLUD-HOLMES BEACH
".". Lester U. Ut.. Pastor
,c SUNDAY *UQZ Sad 4i.cew

9:15 am Church School. Swedish MassageANTON

10:30 am The Service. mIl: FOODLINERQuality dam '
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. M CMKrSTfMSIN ? ece t6 7t:1Uf Doan

cad CLOtlA CHtlSTCNSCN &
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Christian Science Service ."...s...... Holes teach -,(
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GIANT SIZE HAZEL BISHOP Hair Spray ($1.95 Value) plusA r JtQ

1 1900 SUNDAY: iEAsOIwR A ARSONFLORIST P,... Pair.1 Shirley Cay .-I... Hosiery ((69f Valu.)-. \S'l .- tG

' a.m. CHRISTIAN Both for Only.............97t
SCIENCE StRVICE. MORTON'S FRUIT PICS- Far..............................J1.0O
-Fees CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK TUNA.......................29* STOP
tltslJvely a the IaLsI'
Longboat .Island Cb.p.lNor.D.n.wtln.tl.n.l TABLEKING SLICED OR HALF PEACHES-- fo*. $1.00

( ) DUle Grfnid Hotol. Bldgf. S tall Loon Fresh Picnic P.... Roost-Lb.. ....................2Sf

.", SATURDAY 744.0*Sl .' Contor Cut Rib Port Chops-Lb.. ................................ S9<
1:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. 744-9110 alter S r-a Small Meaty Spore Rlos-3 Lb.' eV S Miller-Lb.. .49TABLEKINC f Iti

SUNDAY: SLICED BACON-Lb.. ............................ 53f

9:15 a. ni. Church School Hou.BUILDER.. suitable" OF f or HOMES Island WK RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

Jts. & Teens. climate and conditions. w. GOLD IOND YALe
10:50 a.m. Church School-- R..tI.llft9. Addition. .. ff. five st.-s
Kindergarten & Primary. Repair. Trwatweethyestimat.s w,
alven.' SHOP IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT .MJN'O
11:00 a.in. Worship Service NORMAN ROSEDALE
A Sermon.I Anna Maria.' 778.1410 FRNIE CACNINA. Prop. ANNA MARtA 77*1925
i ride the bus

Chu..ch'.f The An""ncl..n

(Epl sc.p.l I) LET US CALL 7782295PICKUP &

"... Creld K. Lowe, HoorerTHURSUAYt Scrub &Wax Your Floor .

bank with u.
9:00 am Holy Cuchari.t.
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER ie ee -R'4.. (The Bank with 31 wonderful services including

EPIPHANY FLOOR CLEANERS complete TRUST Department)

1400 am Holy Eucharist.

10:30 am Family Eucharist & ...1..... ..... 0-....
Sermon. Church School. s...... Offl c... M.e.lsSpecialising c'BANK

.. ATTEND THE CHURCH hi ) .t
'tqIlU
TILe-WOOO-TtHRAZXO PICKUP (r DELIVERY SERVICE trflP

OF YOUR CHOICE ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND _
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
rJ NATIONAL LANK

Ruth Hyler bmp shop I
w assets FDtC
We" A.a r.0. Beach Bendix or MAOCNTON

Custom Made For Free Estimate
COMPLETE TRUST DEPARTMENT

LAMP SHADES Call Day or Night Laundry & Dry Cleaners tae.o..t r...*U 0...... Ia_ <=-___."'..
612 11th St. W. BraaVnton ... r...... '--.0 $ -....

TELEPHONE 746-7H96 748-7115 74S-160S I 205 Gulf Drive N Bra4. ..nt.n leach AlRI..... MANASOTA BANK U.S1., VklrfWIs) e......


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January 9, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 11 i



{ ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



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1 I
', r DO YOU NEEDA An Excellent Choice Of Well Priced Homes EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
:. ,. [Buy Your Lot Now 4-Bedroom. 2-Bath
HOLMES BEACH
: I CB Home? It has a large
." f Even if you do not Intend Screened Porch and two- NEW 2-Bedroom Home with many extras--
! to build right DICK
away car garage. Excellent EXCLUSIVE LISTING--$15OOO
you SHOULD PICK OUT Holmes Beach Locationnear
YOUR LOT NO Will!!--- Shopping Center & TWO BEDROOM 11/2 Bath New Home w/
Choice locations are Beach. Owner MUST Central Heat. Owner must sell. Make Offer! WAGNER
going fast. See our fine leave and will sacrificefor
selection In price range ONLY $17.900.George ANNA MARIA
rom 1500. GOOD 'JUST REDUCED TO SETTLE AN ESTATE:
,TERMS DESIRED.ON MOST. IF Wagner Two-Bedroom Home close to fishing pier. REALTOR
Priced to Buyer's Advantage at only $7,5O01
:. Call Ralph Parrish REALTYIsland EXCLUSIVE LISTING
or Peggy Moore
Aaaoeiol Shopping Center THAT RARE THING: A lot between highwayand
PHONE 778-2444 Gulf--in a desirable location. Exclusive.
Parrish RealtyP.
Or WRITE BOX 1012 GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
.0.Plaza Anna Maria ANNA MARIA
I. c...E.W.gn.*.....,.H..k.r' COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
778.1902 or 778-2121 A11a.n Pik. Aaiata SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brokr.Sol+m-778.2154 ,, -.1, ,
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
A REAL BUY

Modern 2 Bedroom CB Home

with Gas Heat & Airconditioning.Close Move Right In!

to Beach & Shopping Center

4 New 2 BR2 Bath Home Large
$11,500 FURNISHED

Florida Room, Utility, Garage, Electric
JOHN B. PROTHERO 2 Blocks from }Holmen loach Shopping Center--Two
Ceiling Heat, Central Airconditioning.Canal .
REGISTER REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES JL RENTALS Bedrooms Aircondltloncd Living Room Electric
Kitchen Aluminum Screened Porch Extra Large
I 116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach Front Lot in Holmes Beach Bath-Oil Heat-Deep Well I Fenced-In Back Yard--
Price ONLY S15.SOO-$4.0OO Down. Assume Mort.
ONLY $18,500
GOOD BUY
Good Terms AvailableCall
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT--CLOSE TO THE

BEACH & BOAT BASIN--PRICED AT ONLY Owner 7782628EXCEPTIONAL

$3,3001 SEE OUR SIGN AT 76th St. &Palm Dr

.,.
k MAHAR Real Estate !

RUTH w. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
: :
7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA L w.

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2 Bedroom Home at 2707 Avenue C, Holmes Beach.
Completely Furnished In Excellent Tame--Boat and
Motor with home. Also Canal Boat Slip. Lot 67 x 100.
Taxea only $73. Price 13000. S1O.OOO Mort. Avail.

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nov ronnr o .
T.rw ..L1r..JVrr.,. rv
., .

WI WIAt 608 Baronet Lane Key Royale t

SELDOM does the home buyer have the opportunityto '1 tyryMd.rl .
End of Chilson Ave., Anna Maria acquire a new home that has been put together u
with such loving care and selectivity and which la
BRAND NEW HOME on Lot with 202 feet of sat among Palma and Danyana on a large canal
Seawmlled CANAL FRONTAGE: Three Large front lot of exceptional beauty.
Bedrooms; two tiled bathe; Intercom system;
Central Heat and Over-Sized Air Conditioner; OWNERS muat return north and offer this exciting
10x24 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floors new home unfurnished but Including dozen of
thruout; Completely Insulated; Connections extra featurea that help to make ahouaea HOMES
for Washer and Dryer.
:Shown by appointment only
$22.500 YOUR TERMS

WRITE KEN TOUT, HOLMES BEACH Jack Marshall RealtorM 2 Bedroom Home at 27O8 Avenue C. Ifolmea Beach.
Unfurnlahed.Lot:SOx 100.Tile Hath Electric Kitchen
CALL 778.2177 &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria Oil lleau Taxes $45. Price Sll.OOO. Mortgage of
97.4OO can be aasumed. Monthly paymenca only $36.

$20,400 fays This Mfifcl KEY ROYALE Wt rffrrat H...




HAS LARGE BOAT DOCK. ,
CENTRAL HEAT AND AIR
CONDITIONING TWO BEDROOMS
2 BATHS GARAGE.
UTILITY ROOM.BEAUTIFUL
LAWN & PLANTINGS. SUR-
ROUNDED BY FINE HOMESON

"PRIVATE0STR3BET"-

608 AMBASSADOR LANE
On Key Royale. Holmes Beach


Two Bedroomfame with TU Bath Florida Room;
AlreondltlonlAft StainleM Steel Electric Built-in
Kitchen.: Block from tteach. Boat Dock. Large- Lot

AI_ ......,. P+.... Or Taxea $73. Price furnished II3.3OO. S3.OOO Down.
tlanea Life Hnf.
lG.. s t w.c t i.CIiM'LETE ._
:: HOllIES ATa See EEALTOH

Au..U-. 2217 Gulf Brad ..ach
Drive
s ..-..", ._ u'Itar. nton

... s -- 771-2663 or .v*. 778-1464



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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


( Call|| 778-2012 PERMANENT FLOWERS GREENS
flnna Maria Island hEg g;
e R. C. SCHUCHARDPLUMBING ARRANGEMENTS MADE TO ORDERWe
will design and make floral and plant arrangementsfor
THE GARDEN SPOT ofFLORIDA.S CONTRACTOR ..
entire home the
an including patio--just a table
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
WEST COASTPLENTY arrangement--or bring in your own containers pick
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUP PLIES,PUMPS. REPAIRS. out your flowers and we will arrange them for you
free of charge. --- they look SO real

OF GOOD MOTELSRESTAURANTS..STORESAHD- .; > Sunday Hours: 9 5
aly\) .. . . -. Free Gift & Mail Wrap
OTHER FACIL171ES-PLUS
d dd4
Lending Library
SEVERAL MILES OF LOVELY II --,-
1 WHITE c SAND BEACHESI! C. d PHILCOAllTransistor I '('"(.7'r"T, ."; :"' ipQ- the-._,........4partWEEKENDER.: _Sbirl-..;.....'." eel Jok." D.ytK



For information Write ri i :

BOX 737 ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Portables by. . .
Portabl.Phonofraphs. '
FOLDING' liDS AIT OUK/ :
WE RENT
FLAY PENS DIAPERS
'HIGH CHAIRS LINENS SUNIATHING COTS
STROLLERS UANKCTS St.reo-FM A Clock Radios L
Linen Rental Service 7781472 FM-AM Radios
214-54th St. Holmes Beach
Tabl.' Radios
I Huffinc's Standard Service AZ'lXJ'.f
DON'T WAIT
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
a A A GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW
CALL 778-1771
********
night 778-1440 s
ISLAND TV 778-1703 .fM
Anna Maria Island's Only
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
LICENSED DEALER

BuickRamblerDodgeDodgeDartPlymouth Picture Frames ;; :j14.98

t 21 Sizes ,.- J
: NEW WALLHIDE Several Styles 0


;* ONE COAT FLAT 1bf( 718-1020 1

I matching colors in l
$HO'Mco..l '"
(: ..
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Sa1in.hideLO.LUSTRE; : Lay.way ._..:.... . meow.Flew .

.... 718-1161
ENAMELPITTSBURGH 6 -ren Women
t 1964 Arrivals

4 Handbags-Straw BagsThongsSun

Glasses-US KedsKedettesGLASSWAREKITCHENWAREHATS
7"44ecJ CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

PLUS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS
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HOM! .S hick Supplies IRc. WE ALSO HAVE A FEW HANDY DANDYOPEN
WOMEN'S STRAW HATS <@ 88C
778-1131
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5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-10.21 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
EVERY DAY
Our ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810


favorite LIBBEY

rubber 0
COMPLETE STOCK OF 1M

stamp GLASS1NAREd

INCLUDING ...
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41 PIECE

PURfManatee A SEw cEsA HOME IARWARE SET
{ Ext
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fi AEN END $9.95

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1IN. DELIVER 778-2811

OPEN TIL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
County Water

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:: TELEPHONE 778-2022 778-1697 778-1548 AuOrlud COAST& GEODETIC CHART ABalcy
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