Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00208
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.

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Stockholders'The Island Bank / First H. B. Candidate I

Stockholders of The
Bank held their annual Elmer G. Twist of Key Royale A native and lifelong resident
last week. this week became the first of New Jersey. Twist lived In
Directors elected candidate in Holmes Beach for Montclair for 28 years before
Brewer Herman G. the Mar. 10 city election. moving to Holmes Beach.
Dr. John H. Deam Before he retired Twist was
Dye Jr., Hugh G. director of transportation and
A. McKay, H. S. distribution for J. C. PenneyCo.
ert R. Moses. ., the country's second lar-
Turner. J. D. Webb and gest mercantile chain which
I. Wuichet. pi does an annual volume of 1.5
Moody was reelected billion with its 1,70O stores.lie
man of the board; was employed by Penney for 37
president; Moses and years.
vice presidents; Both Mr. and Mrs. Twist are
Britt cashier, and members of Rooter Memorial
man assistant cashier. Community Church and both
Brewer advised the are members of the church
holders that deposits 4 membership committee. Mr.
end of the year were 1 Twist also is a trustee of the
mately 40 percent church. Mr. and Mrti. Twist
at the end of 1962. have two married daughtersand
there had been an C. Searl (right), last week received the six grandchildren.
90 percent In net Award of the Greater Lansing (Mich.) ELMER C. TWIST In an Interview yesterday.
the year. the highest tribute of the chamber Responding to the urging of a Twist pointed out that he haa
Of significance was Porter Jr. (Lansing State Journal Photo) number of local friends and no "axen to grind" does not
the safe deposit vault acquaintances. Twist haH declared seek to further a professional

enlarged. to .accomm : Honored In Michigan that he will seek the career and la under no obli-
additional boxes office of mayor. Petition are gation to any special Interest
been ordered and that C. Scarl vice president in 1956. and now being circulated on his or groups. lie says his candi-
new bookkeeping Holmes president in 1957. He retired behalf although the deadline dacy la the result of 8lncere-
been purchased due Lansing, from the company In Decem- for candidates to file Is several desire to be of service to the-
number of new winner of ber. weeks away. community. This will be his
The bank's officers Ser- Professionally Scarl was Twist became a permanent first venture Into politics
highly optimistic and instrumental in the formation resident of the Island about two To date there have been no
ward to another year of honor of and served as president of the years ago when he and his wife candidates for the two vacancies -
in 1964. Commerce of National Association of Independent purchased the first home built on the board of aldermen,
Since the meeting. was pre- Insurers which now on Key Royale. They had vaca- but two former members of the
has announced that at the 52nd represents 4OO Insurance tioned In the area for several board are aald to be In the
compiled by the Florida of the chamber companies in the United States. winters. (Continued on Page 3) .
ers' Association and 6)M lie also has been prealdent of '
on Jan. 15, show the the Insurance the National Association of ,Holmes,, Beach Case Again Dismissed .
Dank had the greatest general coun- Mutual Insurance Companion. 1
age growth In as Clinton Conference of Mutual Casualty A cUzen..uU against the The case dismissed Monday
and Insurance City of Holmes Beach was was an amended complaint
Manatee and Sarasota attorney Companies Michigan -
dismissed for the second filed
timeat by Marshall after tho
during 1963 and was win St.Johna. Service.
the state In deposit a vice presi- His community service a hearing Monday morning. caae had been dismissed at *
the 371 banks reporting.New in 1936 Includes being president of the Circuit Court Judge Robert U.llensley hearing In September.
executive (Continued on Page 3) ruled that the complaint Marshall said that he and his
Gloria Dei which asked that the clients will decide this week
Warner To Run In A.M. vacation of parts of two streetsbe whether to file another amended -
To Be Installed In Bay set aside, did not contain complaint In Circuit Court
The Rev. Lester Veenendail Arthur Hansen Resigns sufficient allegations to entitle during tho 30-day period allowed

S.T.M.. M.Ed., will be Park Braden- Shortly before press time. It the suit to be hoard. or to appeal the case toa
ed as the new pastor of found floating was learned that Wallace Robert J. Marshall Palmetto higher court.
Dei Evangelical L u from shore Warner of ChUson Avenue was attorney who filed the action Vacation of parts of 70th and
Church at 10:30 a.m., / Saturday. to be a candidate for mayor In said his clients a number of 71 at Streets by the Holmes
Jan. 26. Dr. Royall W. Gib- the Anna Maria city election on property owners, will pursue Beach Hoard of Aldermen to
body Feb. 11.Warner. their action and Intend to ,allow building of a hotel-con-
and notified ran for mayor In "fight this thing through to a 'vention center created the
Police Chief 1962 opposing James O. Ferguson successful conclusion" no Island's greatest controversyIn
the body who won the election by matter how long It takes. recent years.

Davis called 42 voces. Ferguson polled 154 I
Island Bank Art
Manatee votes, and Warner 112.
Varley Issues Statement
e who In the fall of 1962 Warner ran C. B. Brewer president of
removed to for state representative, opposing Following dismissal. of the the Island Bank announced
Hospital Wilbur Lloyd of Holmes Beach street ca. for this week that the Art League
determine the Palmetto. Although lloyd won the second time Monday the of Manatee County will presentan
handily on the countywide vote, following. statement was made exhibit of paintings by the
known to be Warner polled 112 more votes by Alderman .Harry. Varleyi student of Gene White. Thus
and to have than Boyd on the Island 621 to "Sitting astride a barbed exhibit will open at the bank
recently. It 509.Warner wire fence between ewodlput- the week of Jan. 27.
he went to will again oppose ed boundaries .la obviously an
time Friday Mayor Ferguson whose peti- uncomfortable position. Originally. Public Hearing Jan. 23A
missing early tion as a candidate was filed I joined the plaintiffsIn
Tuesday the first THE RCV. LESTER M.
Netherlands flUnK Holmes Beach Board of Zoning
(Continued on Page 2)
Tampa, president of the been a winter The Anna Maria City Commission Adjustment will be held at the
ida Synod of the since 1944, Tuesday received ho city office at 7130 p.m..Thursday -
Church in America permanent resignation{ of Vice Mayor Arthur NOW HEAR THIS I Jan. 23, co consider the
conduct the order Park for two C. Hansenand acceptedIt Although details cannot be following petitions
Installation and will moving here "with renret.'" disclosed until a* formal To permit erection of a canopy -
the sermon. Mich. Hansen sent the resignationfrom announcement has been to cover an area extending
(Continued on Page Page 5) Northbrook 111.* where made--probably within a Co the north edge of Mango
Alley on the lot occupied EX
he has been visiting since few d.aya--neaot I sf Ions
the Standard Oil Station on
early December. Although ho
have been completed for an
gave no reason for his action event which will focus much
except that he and Mrs.Hansen To permit establishment ofa
national the
T..,........... tt.... ....wl would not return to the Island Island and publicity the general upon<
Bam Nooo < here understood that his trip owned by Mr. and
Jan 14 --37 4M 3' 49 34 Hcxx north waa to take care of certain to corporate will Mrs. William Schwepe.To .
Ian lS3Ian. M 30 R4 ss Nape matters of buslne-sa. which mention Anna everyone Maria Island permit erection of covered -
16SO CO 62 44 ill Hooe apparently will take longer In full page magazine ada carports on thus property on
Jan. 1 7--tI0 ce, 62 ti.4 :S3 .2 than lianaen had ancJcJp ued. about their products. Gulf Drive where Larch/none
fan 18-! -SO &1 &2 ** 59S9 Nooc I to has served on the city Sorry-mors cannot be Apartment are being built.
t fan 19--SO 66 CO fr7Jaa Hon commission for three years, told without vloiatlag confidences To permit erection of a carport -
:.-.4).C) 46 SC TO 59 .t and his term has another yearto but readers are by Antonio Cambont aa .
variance co the setback regulation -
warned to "keep alert
i run.Continued on Page 3) (from 4th Avenue).


2 THE ISLANDER _ __ Thursday. January 23.1964
(Continued from Page 1)
against Holmes Beach City.
Editorials Since then having been electedan
alderman largely on this
issue I am now in the unhappy
Politics Or Pressure ? pose between two horns of the
dilemma for I am party of the
Recently Manatee County Kenneth Gross created first part the plaintiff--and as
quite a sensation on the Island by recalling the cards which an alderman party of the
authorized the Island's three law enforcement officers to act second part the defendant.
as deputy sheriffs. If and when the occasion demanded. "The decision of Judge Hens-
Before he called In the cards. Gross notified Mayor Chester ley In dismissing the suit intoday's
Crawford that because of a slim budget. It also had become hearing was as unex-,. ISLANDER PHOTO BY REDON
necessary to withdraw the $200 monthly which the sheriff's
pected as that the sun will rise ruary meeting or
after the"
department had been contributing to police protection In tomorrow and that next Christ- March election.
Holmes Beach. Although he had planned to discontinue the k mas will be celebrated on "1. That all actions
subsidy the first of January Mayor Crawford persuaded the December 25th. Holmes Beach of the
sheriff to continue the payment until March 1, the start of the does decide council in the
"His decision not secret meetings of
city's next fiscal year when the extra $2,400 could be L June June 17 and
the issue. The attorney general 22 be rescinded
allocated In the new hiidvrr cancel
in this matter led and
s opinions ;
The $200 Included $175, which had been paid toward the r specifically as they
have been Ignored discountedand relate to the
salary of that city's for mainten- vacating of 70th
police officer plus $25 car '
: : -- it would not be in errorto and 71st Streets for the
ance. For some however. Gross announcement that benefit
write 'flouted/ by the council of private
he could the caused less than his profit for one
no longer pay $20O comment or
'I. of Holmes Beach and the more individuals though
recalling the cards. ". ,. ........ ._ _the
county commission with the streets wF+rp g1,14.fQLLr ........ ,"' L
--- --- n--- ,
After due consideration of the sheriff's action and the '-LIU "U Ine
exception that county commission use of the
reasons he has given for that action it appears that he has public.
Chairman Earl Bib e 2. That the
y city
tried to economize in the wrong area of his budget. attorneybe
voted in accordance with the ordered
What was he UbuyinSfor $200 a month? The parttime not to contest the suit
services--whenever he needed them--of three trained police attorney general's opinions nor appear at any future hear-
officers plus the use of their three late model cars (two of and that Mike Klemmer would ing nor in any court (relative
.. which are less than a year old,and the third only a few months have done so except for a to this matter).
older). Not too bad a buy for only $200 a month. In fact one momentary lapse which could "This Is solely a personal
of the best possible bargains! ISLAND MODEL Mrs. Betty not be corrected. opinion--not opinion--a confirmed -
Sheriff Gross has given as reasons for recalling the cards Lou Huth, pictured while modeling "The matter may still conviction that the
"confusion resulting from having the officers working as Maas Bros fashions at remain in the courts by an actions of the Holmes Beach
parttime deputies." But whatever his reasons for discontinuingthe the Colony Beach Resort on appeal to a higher court by the council in secret meetingswere

subsidy and recalling the cards. Gross has promised the Longboat Key.Election plaintiffs and, falling that to illegal,improper,and,of
continued cooperation or his department with the isiana cities. the State Supreme Court. This much more Importance violated -
Which of course is as It should be. It must be rememberedthat is not a local issue but one of the ethical and moral
the sheriff's department Is the number one law enforce- -. great Importance to every local principles which should guide
ment agency in the county and as such Is maintained by tax government in the State of the Judgment of all elected of-
funds of which the Island pays a disproportionately large Florida. ficials.
share. Any law enforcement furnished by the cities on the ". "Whether it remains within "They should represent the

Island or elsewhere in the county is supplemental to that for ..(. ..,. .. the court's jurisdiction or not, people--not one or two individuals -
which the people are taxed. ,.: ''f I, as an elected alderman of who are solely interestedin
Because this is an election year and Sheriff Gross Is . ;,;) Holmes Beach will make two making private profit from
expected to become a candidate for reelection there have been 'J I,. <:': motions in regular official this robbing of the people of
rumors that his recent actions have been governed by meetings either in the Feb- rights they possess.
"politics.*' This he denies but points out that "If I become a "- ""."' '

candidate and any of my deputies campaign against me, I .. .
shall relieve him of his duties." I".r ., .

There is another rumor--which facts seem to make .....'". '::': ; t L'iti
credible--that the sheriff has been subjected to pressure to ..
relieve one of the Island deputies of his duties and that the

other Island officers merely were innocent bystanders. Which -
If true, is unfortunate from the sheriff point of view because fV --- --
U la extremely doubtful that the source of the pressure can '"'
h a1r
cards deliver cosr pearly him an on many the Island.votes tor the afterltt aa recalling the January 15, 1964 in police matters;and believe
I Hon. James O. Ferguson many times the members ol
Mayor City of Anna Maria the various city councils have
ana Anna Maria Florida wondered as to the status of
ense . their police officers. I am
Dear Mr. Mayor: sure that by removing the
by THE EDITORIn At the meeting held in my deputy commissions there
office on Saturday morning will be no doubt as to whom

a slight departure from fact the officers themselves Jan. 4,to which you and Mayors they are responsible. This way
customary layout this week have come nearer effecting an Crawford and Meunier were your police officer will have no
the "assistant Invited I discussed discontinuing outside of his
editor pushedus all-Island police force than reason to go
over Into this space rather ever has been achieved prev- my financial help to the municipality except in an em-
than assigning us our usual iously through the simple Holmes Beach police depart- ergency. You have lost nothing
center column. Why? Really expedient of each deputizing ment and about taking up the as we are always available to
don't have the slightest ideal' the other two, so that all three deputies' commissions held by assist when called upon both
# H H can. If necessary perform the your police. As I told you they In manpower and equipment.
A little diligent searching duties of the others. were Issued originally in an We shall continue to give radio
reveals that the public hearing Although some of the officersare effort to assist them while and telephone service Just as
in Holmes Beach of the city'a not strictly In accord with 4' following traffic offenders In the past. I am sure that
Zoning Adjustment Board to the Idea of becoming part of a from one municipality into your officers will also return
have been held at the city more formal lalandwlde police another. Now with the new the same courtesies.Just as in

office at 7:30 p.m.. Thursday organization it is a logical InformationANNA legislation" "the hot pursuitlaw the other municipalities.
Jan. 23, cannot legally take move toward greater economy they are no longer nec- I sincerely believe that this
place at the scheduled time. and greater efficiency. As the MARIA CITY essary. can be a step toward unified
The reason because of inexperience Island communities grow--as Election: Tuesday Feb. 11. There also was the confusionas Island policing as was dis-
on the part of they are doing at present-- To Be Elected: Mayor and to whether the officers were cussed about a year ago by the
someone, no legal notice the more police protection and Two City Commissionersfor municipal police or county mayors and policemen of the
hearing was published. A notice patrolling will become neces- terms of two years each. deputies and to whom they Island.
of the hearing was aent to sary, and obviously It will take Terms Expiring: James O. were responsible. Many of the Respectfully
the papers, and published in at more men more hours to do It. Ferguson (Mayor); Robert residents on the Island have J. Kenneth Gross Sheriff.
least some canes, but the all- With three men--In three R. Moses and Alma Haynes asked me who they should call Manatee County Florida

- important legal notice failedto separate cara--on duty at the (Commissioners) I 1

appear. ,same time there is bound to Candidates' petitions may The IslanderAn
# H NAn \be a certain amount of over- be filed with City Clerk
Anna Maria resident has :lapping and duplication Jan. 21 to Jan. 31. Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby
suggested to the city father, that a modeat War Memorial i necessary. Office until five days priorto PUBLISHING COMPANY
be erected In one of the citya It HOn election. 314 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida. be worthy The suggestion one, eapeclally seems
since there la no such memorial i along a little warning--watch Election:Tueaday.Mar. 10. ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
on the laland now, an I out for battery. thieves.Seems To Be ElectedMayor, Two MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida.
oversight which should be I I the new cars have quickly Aldermen City Clerk. City TELEPHONES 778-2021.
corrected. The gentleman who I detachable battery terminals Marshal. Aldermen for two
made the suggestion im a veteran I which makes It easy.for someone year terma; Mayor Clerk SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.50
of several battles in to open the hood and make and Marshal for one-year per year; $2 for six months. Canada t'
World War L when he waa a 4 off with your battery. There terma. $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES I .
. member of the French mill-I I have been two recent Instances Terms Expiring: Chester $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten ... ._.
tary. hereabout I V. Crawford (Mayor); John percent for six consecutive Insertion M $
i i i i i Beckett and Ruby White if paid by tenth of following month. %tiM:
The recent furor over the Also an instance of coin- (Aldermen); Pauline H. Archer National or agency placed advertising /j
withdrawal of the poke ..* stealing. Not common every (City Clerk); Leon $1.26 per column inch.CLOSING .
card of the Island offleers day coins such. we all use, Stafford (City Marshall aaaass---.& ----a *
indicates that perhaps but rare collectors coins C.w4ldt"petition.*. may TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
the time LzstosNsctrs.laar reopen the such as 19th cstttury 2O-cenc be filed with the dry Clerk Entered as Second Class
al4cssta. .... .. matter under
no later than Feb IS. the
.v-alaa.aad Act of March 3. 1879.
Ierce. JeMI. Voter
.. Rectstratlom+ Ac City
-uce.-.n.. III C)lie .tsstsc locaHy. CBke usrtl ..... .... 6. MANATEE



Thursday. January 23. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

ISLAND MAN . WARNER TO RUN . High Twelve Club Island Artist Wins Top Prize 8 am to 8 pm Workdays

(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) 8 am to 2 Sundays
Chamber of Commerce; Hans e n's resignation Speaker at the luncheon pm

trustee of Edward W. leaves Commissioner meeting of the Island High

Sparrow Hospital and a Harvey G. Meyer as the Twelve Club to be held at PY4RONALD

f member of the hospital's only member of the city's the Holmes Beach Yacht llJfBB'SIsland

Memorial and Endowment governing board whose Club at noon. Thursday. a

Foundation; chairman of term has another year to Jan. 23, will be Ralph

the 1954 Community Chest Burnworth of Bradenton.

drive and president of run.When Ferguson's peti- Burnworth Is a retired Pharmacy

the United Community tion was filed Tuesday civil engineer and a well 5904 Marina Drive

Chest in 1958. a petition also was filed known amateur archaeo-

He was also a director on behalf of Commissioner logist and collector of 778-1411-Nlt.i 778.2075

-of:t: the Lansing Chapter of Robert R. Moses who Indian artifacts. He has j. D. WEBB.

4 the American Red Cross will seek reelection to a collected relics from Indian -

Rehabilitation second term.Commissioner. mounds in many partsof NO GA."f
Mrs. Alma the United States and

i" of the Friends of the Library Haynes. whose term has unearthed secrets of :
't\\' of Michigan State also expires next month several vanished tribes. 'SHOPPIN'S'N.TE'R.':'

University, and chairmanof announced this week that The following week. Jan.

its Millionth Volume she will be a candidate for 3O, the speaker will he \:: :

Committee. her second two year term. Dr. Wilson F. Wetzler.

Searl is a trustee of Since word of Hansen's vice president and dean of FREE DELIVERY

Adrian College presidentof resignation reached the Manatee Junior College. McLEOD of Holmes Beach accepts $200

the Professional Clubof commission. there is Visiting members of the check from Grover Voyles, president of the St. REGISTERED

Michigan, and a past some confusion about howit Masonic. fraternity are Armands Merchant's. Association Sunday afternoon.The .

commander of the St. will be decided whichof invited to attend the meet check was top prize in the annual St. Armandn PHARMACISTSON

Johns American Legion the successful candi- ings. Sidewalk Art Show awarded for McLeod's watercolor

Post. dates for the commissionwill Pop Bottle Drive portrait "My Son As Ills Own Ancestor" painted in DUTYAT

Mr. and Mrs. Searl are serve two year terms the style of Holbein the Younger In the period of the ALL TIMES

, well known on the Island and which one will serve Members of the Island first half of the sixteenth century. (Islander Photo)

and have spent many vacations the remaining year of Teen Club will conduct a

here at their homeat Hansen's term.Ferguson pop bottle drive startingat COMPLETE ASSO.

47th Street and the Gulf. said Tuesday 1 p.m.. Saturday. Jan. FOODLINER1 .VALENTINE.CARDS

evening that he did not 25. Proceeds from the .
know the answer, but drive will be used to pay Quality & Variety
Continued from Page 1)
the of the club's .
undecided" that the same situationhad cost annual -
about declaring them-stage occurred before in Teen Queen Ball at VL &
which the Island Teen }
selves. Anna Maria. He said he ICA TabURlt USDA CKolc Beef Chuck Roa.t.-Lb........43 f
Both Mayor Chester V. would consult Walter R. Queen is chosen. The 8on.I. Chuck Root..Lb..69t ; .. CANDY

; Crawford and John Beckett Talley. the attorney for drive will be Islandwide. WHOLE BEEF CHUCK-Cut up for Feeier.-Lb............ 43*

! president of the boardof Anna Maria City for an LEAN GROUND BEEFS Lb................................SI.99 PLAYTEX
opinion on the matter. one to serve the one-year ICA TABLEKING BACON. .-LL.............................. 35*
whose terms
aldermen Ferguson said he believedthe term but he was not cer- ICA COFFEE-Drip or Regular-Limit On. w/ SS Order.. 49. living glovesFREE

expire this year have said winning candidate with tain the city ordinances HEINZ CATSUP-.14 0. S/r./ ..Hof or Regular.............l91

publicly that they do not the fewest votes was the made that provision. GIANT TIDE ((5< off.Lab.I)......................................39WK right hand
intend to seek reelection.
Crawford has served a 31.39TOASTMASTER
one-year term and Beckett -

The term of AldermanMrs.
At Cntrone to ROD&. REEL PIER .nd Featuring Air Cendltlened
Ruby White also endsin REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS heater
efficiency Apertntents which will eceootmedet 3 to 6 ..,...... automatic
March but she haa not
made known_ her plans. 0 tvlc!
-. -

RESOLUTION NO. 2Q3 Lot 1 Wella toay Harbor S/D 60 feet ay 1.67 IOO.2O P.O. Boa MSI
WHEREAS Bay Boulevard from lea 112.2... 9 $1.67 $17.37 Lot IS R. ft R. Company uf Tampa. Inc. Sun City Gnat Florida $15.95 $24.95ASSORTED
Intersection with Pin Avenue to Lido Estate Woodro. W. DickeyWaterway. 60 feet ft 11.67 $100.20. 40 Lucerne ,Avenue _.n. Bay Harbor. sIn
Bay View Place and South c/o Char .. T. Blake. Attorney Joeouln P.r_...* Tampa. Florida. Lot 37 ft I/J lot 5*
Drive, all lying within the City Llmita P. O. Boa 139. Sath Street w... and Cons Road Welle B. Harbor. SID 90 feet 9 $1.67 $IVXXe. > !
of die City of Anna Maria Florida. Tampa. Florida Bradenton. Florida leas 3) 3* ft 41BaldomeroTemand R. II. Marack
bar been paved approximately 3.8OO Wella Bay Harbor SID Wella Bay Harbor SID : ......_ r .._
lineal fee, ...* a width o* Twenty<2O> Lot 2 ft 3 Lot 19 ft 20 ** A....'.* et al tu",,,..,... Illinois Men's Leather
fee, according to Manatee County J2O feet 9 $1.67 $2OO.4O 12O... <* 1.67 200.40 SO4.33rd Avenue _.11. flay Harbor S/l
SpecUSC.Clon..nd accordance wit R. M. M.rl.rlr.a France.C.Marler Anna Bono Tucker Tampa 10. Florida tae V ft 1/1 Lot 34
Ordinance f24O. of the City of Anna 13O7 Ease Main Street P.O. Boa 11V6I Wella Bay Harbor SID 90 feet 9 live? IVX3O WALLETS
Maria. Florida at a total cat of Lakeland. Florida St. Petersburg 33. Florida Lota 31. 3* ft 39 Ralph A. ft P....,.
$1I.3ao..OO..nd w.u. Bay Harbor S/D Wella Bay Harbor S/D ISO feet 9 $1.67 )3O.M c/o ArnerKo Company
WHEREAS fb* Board at Commleatonera Lot 4 Lot 21 William M. ft Margaret a..r Pon....... Maine
of Hie City of Anna Mar",. 60'".t fj $1.67 $IOO.2O 60 feet *> $l.67 $100120 Boa 773 ..U. Bay Harbor S/D $2.00
Florida at Ita regular meeting on William R. ft Marguerite McDonald James S. CorbettDecember Anna Marta Florida Lot 40
3. 19&2.adopted. Reaolution 711 Park Hill Avenu Boa 333 Wella Bay Harbor S/D 60 feet 9 $1.6 $100.20
".'-4. ordering work to b*don*,and Lakeland. Florida Anna Marta Florida Lot .0 R. ft a. Company of Tampa Inc.Walla :.
.aid raaolur'Oft"'ra.d.lmer $ular Wella Bay Harbor S/D Wella Bay Harbor S/D 30 feet 9 $1.67 VMO 466 Lucerne AvenueTampa. STAR LITE
meeting of December 3. 1962. and Lot S Lot 22 Preach. W. Stapes Florida
posted on the buUeUaboe..dalcMCUy. 60.... 9 $..67 J1OO.2O 60'.a 9 1.67 100.20 |*23 Avenue K. Notch Nut Walla Bay Harbor SID
Office, according to procedure* re- Amanda Virginia Davta Stanley C. ft Catherine Corbett Winter ........ Florida Lot 61 9 Radio
quired by the City Charter. P. O. BOB 1033 Boa 333 Wella Hay 'Harbor SIt 30 feet 9 $1.67 1 f4/0 transistor
NOW. THEREFORE BE. RESOLAnna Marl. Florida Anna Maria. Florida Lot 42 Robert ft ........ Itertet
VED by the Board of Commissioner Wella Day tarbor SID Wella Bay Harbor SID 60 feet 9 $1.67 $100.20 26 Vail. Road
of the City of Anna M.r...Florida,that Lot A Lot 23 Irene Burger. .........,.... New Jersey s..SitSHASSOCKS
2/3 of the total coat of thla paving b* 6O feet 49 $1.67 100.20 60 feet $1.67 IOO2O Boa 727Fogarty ..... Bay Harbor S/D. Lot 62
assessed to tbe owners of property Avellno ft Carmen O. Torrve Bros. Transfer. Inc. Anna ....1''... Florida 30 feet M $1.67 IVJ.IO
abutting the** .tl'..ta. and tbs City to 92O- 14th<< Avenue P. O. Bo 3402 Bay Harbor I/O R. ft .. Company. trf T..... In..
pay 1/3 of total coat. Owner.of prop-. Tampa. Florida T.", ... Florida Lot ., 44 Lucerne Avenue
arty abutting this street: are to be Well Bay Harbor SID ..U. Bay Harbor S/D 60 .... 9 $1.47 $IU).JO t._... FlorMa
._..... at $1.67 per lineal foot at Lota 7 ft I Lot 24 R. ft R. Company of T....... iM:. ..11. ..., Harbor. S/U. Lot 61 colors
road rroea... I2O feet 9 $1.67 S2OO.4O 60.... $1.67 $|OIX2O .*. Lucerne Avenue 30 feet 9 $l..7 $M.IOR. asso.
Sheila S. Demer. Ralph H. ParrtahAnna Florida ft R. uI
Below are listed name* of property Tampa. Company Tampa, but.
owner, description of property 1314 DeSoto Ave.frontage ....r... Florida Walla Bay Harbor S/D 44 Lucerne. Avenu* ** .15
of their property on Bay Tampa. Florida ..... Bay Harbor SID Lota 44. 4, ft 47 T....... Plot Ms .
Boulevard. Bay View Place and South Wells Bay Harbor S/D Lot 23 10 feet 9 $l.'7 $3UO.M -.... Bay Harbor lit
Drive. and aaeeeement for thla pavings. Lot 9 60 feet 9 $1.67 $$cE.30 Cm!! Ruben ft 1"- '._ Meraj Lola 64. ft), o*. 1'. 44)). 44 a 70 ELECTRICLADY
L. R. ft Mary Smith. .. al 60 feet 9 $1-67 tlCKX2O3OI3 Byron R. Wallace Anns ....,... Florida .JO,... 4O ...| $|.*y $ft>/l.4O
: Manatee. Avenue. W.... B. O. ft OUv. E. aura 3309 Sas Jose StreetTampa. Walls Bay Harbor '(0 R. ft .. Company*f r-... aBr. -.
....-. Florida cIa Standard Oil Company Florida Lot 4* 44 L...._ A___ MANICURE
Anna Maria Beach S/D. Block 2 Lakeland 61. Florida Wells Bay Harbor. S/D 60 feet $..., $100.20 Tampa. Florida
Lots 23 ft 26 Wells Bay Hsrbor S/D lot 2a Jenn ft Kmrna .__.. ..a.. Bay Harbor' S/U ltctr
100... $1.67 1167.00 Lot 10 60 feet 9 $...7 $100.20 SJ* Vandalla Street Let 71 by $8,98
D. P. Adams 60 feet 9 $1.67 IOOi2O Lalah Ruth PMt Ce411nevlll. .. Illinois 40.r *7 $1.47 $I trJ,10Rt.
fl George. ft Marie L. Una on 43O7 Roland AMDunelloa. ..a.. Bay Harbor S/t 1-....* ?.,........
Florida" ISO East Memorial Boulevard, T...... Florida. IN *9th Street a Cor... Road PLAYTEX
Anna Maria Baach S/D. Block 2 La$. PleMaLet Wells Bay. Harbor S/D 4O feet 9 ,..*' $|OO.J4 "'---. Florida
27 Well Bay Harbor SID Lot 27 Rev K.ft 1Ua...... S.J"-"-... Walls May I..*... S/D
30" feet 9 $1.47 13,30. Lot 40 feet $100.20 42 B irll **an Ave.a Lots 7J ft 71 baby
Lola M. Hackney 4O few 9 $1.67 $1OOL2O Arthur T..ji m..r.. u_,.. .,...... CeonottlcetWeOs 10 feet 47 $..6' UUJ.- pants
.t* n -.-.. C. ft n-__ H. Wisdom. 3600 .......... a..1 WeUe Bey Harbor lID .....* 1. ft Rose Lottos et alLot
o.-eu-. Florida .,..-4th A_. ".......... Lakeland. FVartda 49 1911 Aveane4t R'L lit ea 299sv (
Anna Maria bed S/D. Block 2 .. Petersburg. Florida WeUe Bey Harbor S/D feet 47 $1.67 1161.| *$ Brena 41. New York
Lot 2S Wells Bsy Harbor S/D Lots 24 ft 19 Raaort L. 4 l> .rane .! Walle oey Harbor S/D .
30 feet 9 $1.67 $*3. O Lot 12 I3O feet 9 $...1 IU 7.0 Rt I. ...* ,J., Lr.1/ 7t ESS s
C. J. Richard 4O feet 9 $1"7 $IQQ.. Buna T. ft Kdttft h...... V air$**. Florida 120... 9 ...., $200 40IJI7.IO
1701 -3100 ....... Wet. HarTTF.aieistoS.KArT Anna Mar... FloridaBradonto ..... Bay Harbor $/D Loie 14 ft 77 lie. ItII.
.. FVorlds Bo* i Walls Bsy ....... lID Let M ft ." Lot SI 110 Nw ...., ,
Ann Marl. Buch S/D. Bloc 2 Ann Mart. . Flortea Lot JO 90 feet 47 $..*7 .UG.O.... 7*
Lot 29 Well By Harbor S/D 77.7 feet 9 S..7: $119.7. .... W. ajiaamiBo ..... .... af $|..7 $11*TO -
SO feet 9 $..17 SX3O Lot 13 eo.-.. A. ft ....... ..... 4dAaoa > Lot 79. SF.ClaTHURSDAY .
Lola M. Hackney 6O feet 9 $1.47 $1OOL2O Boa IO43Hi We,.. FlorMs 4* feet ||..7 $IO4X.n
n Wilier T. Chrlotle Asat $4..... Fleck Well Bay. Harbor lID Lois 40. a. ft 42
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Anea Maria sacs S/D. Bloc 2 Woe Terr ...... H.i.r i Lot A 94 raw f IJkl 'IM..JO Lo>al.4ft4tItQ Chick A
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and are visiting several of their former Woodstock'
All About People... neighbors who now live on the Island.

HALEY'S MOTEL: Mrs. G. S. Oakley and Mrs. D. MISS JANICE CARLSON daughter of Mr. and Mrs
W. Gaston of Starkville, Mo...Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Glenn Carlson of 72nd Street Holmes Beach will
Clark of Ledyard, Conn..Mr.and Mrs.R.Rastleyof become the bride of Ronald Lee Hirshberg of Bradenton -
Garden City, L. I...Seth C. Lamson of New London, on Friday. Jan. 24. Miss Carlson who was Miss
N. H...Mr. and Mrs. Guy Goddau of Mt. Pleasant tea, Manatee County of 1961 is a senior at Florida State
Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. Loy G. Long of Gadsdcn Ala. University. She was home last week to attend two
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. C. P. parties in her honor Wednesday evening.Mrs. .
Mayfield of Chester Springs, Pa...Mr. and Mrs. P. Ed Johnson* and Mrs. William B. Lee enter-
DuBois of Upper Darby, Pa...Mrs.James F.Whalenof tained at the latter s home with a kitchen shower for
Kenmore, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.Antonio Lombard MR. and MRS.RONALD K.BOYER who were marriedat Miss Carlson with guests at the party Mrs.Almeda
of Hlngham, Mass. Roser Memorial Community Church at 4:30 p.m., Lee Miss Lorraine Lee.Mrs.Peder Mickelsen Mrs.
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Corvins Sunday by the Rev. Richard K. Wiggins pastor.Mrs. F. N. Miller Mrs. Carl Lindstrom Mrs. Kenneth
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Epps of Van Wert, Ohio... Boyer Is the former Miss Caroline Karel daughter of Tout and Mrs. Olga Blair.
Gerald J. VerStrate of Wyoming Mich. Mr. and Mrs. K.Francis Karel of 75th Street and Mr. The second party of the evening was a miscellaneous .
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Boyer the son of Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Boyer of Colum- shower for the bride-elect at the home of Mrs. A. G. I
Harcourt of Indianapolis...Mrs. P. B. Stickley of bus, Ohio. Mrs. Boyer earned a degree in industrial Birkman of 71st Street. Guests at the second shower
Westvllle, Ohio. engineering at the University of Wisconsin, and her were Miss Emily Pabst of St. Paul Mrs. Doris (
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr.and Mrs. Rich- master's degree at Case Institute of Technology in Alford. Mrs. Bernice Meyer Miss MaryStoyka Mrs J
ard Van Horn of Bellaire; Ohio..Mr. and Mrs.Tom Cleveland where she will continue to study toward a Charles Lagana. Mrs. Lewis Platt Mrs. R. A.Reid"Mrs.
Bernacchl and family of La Porte, Ind. PhD degree. Mr. Boyer teaches psychology at Case Frederick Frost Mrs. Jerry Feagles Mrs ..
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and will receive his PhD this year.After two-week Ernie Cagnina Mrs. G. B. Wallace Mrs. Lloyd
Woodard of Arlington, Vt...Mr.and Mrs. Oren Minto Caribbean cruise they will return to Cleveland. Lyday Mrs. Francis Welsch and Mrs. H. J. Topjun.
of Davlson Mich...Yedetta Pruder of Flint Mich... (ISLANDER PHOTO) Other guests were:Mrs._ ,James Goldsborough..frs. !
Pat Hoard of Otter Lake. Mich... Evelyn Glanton of Wyatt Blasslngame. Miss Lavonne Blackrick.Mrs {
Otlsvllle, Mich. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mrs. Henry Kaiser of Thomas Tinson Mrs. Martin Ghastln. Mrs. Weldon i
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bakerof Monticello Ill. Blake. Mrs. R. M. Boyd Mrs. Dave Evans. Miss s\
Berkey Ohio.BAYVIEW TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Scott of Margie Evans Mrs. Dave Dickens Mrs. Ed Porter s
VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Muskegon. Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. G. Hubler of Stanton and Mrs. Edward Deane. '
William M. Jones of Vincennes, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.R. Mich...Mr and Mrs. Earl Trooger of South Mrs. Glenn Carlson; Mrs. Norman Hirshberg, I
R. Plggford of Reynoldsburg Ohio for the winter Bend Ind..Mr. and Mrs. Fred Apgas of Elm wood. mother of the groom-elect and Mrs. Hirshberg's I
..Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruckel of Bronx N. Y... Conn..Mrs. L. Harris of Riverside. Ill. Harton mother Mrs. V. Griffith of Frostburg Md.,attended c
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jones of College Park, Ga. Shannon of Fair grove, Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Otto both parties with Miss Carlson.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:Ralph Lamb of Brookfield Werner of Wethersfield Conn. ..Mr. and Mrs. Don MRS. MANUS McHUGH of Radnor Pa. is a guest of c
111...Mr. and Mrs.Robert Straus of Milwaukee Robertson of Manville DI. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McGarey who are spending the F'
WJs...Mr and Mrs. O. S. Hobbs of Lynnfield Mass. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Youngof season at the Mound Cottage on Tuna Street. Mrs. P
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis of Columbia S. C..Mary Anderson of Round Lake. McHugh has been swimming in the Gulf and says she P
Richmond Ind.;.Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Glddls of 111...Dr and Mrs. James F. Dean of Terrace Park. enjoys it very much and has been "much colder" :
Caledonia Ohio. Ohio. water.
ROD & REEL MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs.Roy H. Femleeof PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. George Bleimof MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. LEININGER of
Bay City Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barnes and Toledo. Ohio for several months. Brighton. Mich. were weekend guests of the William
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Chedle of St. Johns, Mich. BAY BREEZE COURT: Mrs. L. W. Marlin of Muskegon C. Searls of "Whispering Pines" on 47th Street.Mr. :n;
ALEX APARTMENTS: Mrs. Agnes Reynalds of Mich...Mr. and Mrs. C.L.Bunting of Ottawa. and Mrs. Leininger are now on a trip to Great Exuma p
Philadelphia...Mrs. Mollle Trainer of Freeport Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strobl of New York City. Island in the Bahamas, but expect to return to the p
N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.George Dodge of Concord N. H. MR. AND MRS. H. C. "TED" NASH of Spring Ave., Island in a couple of weeks. s"
...Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dressler of Elmira N. Y... Anna Maria are occupying their home here for the MRS. TOM OUTLAND and Mrs. Harold Prowell of P,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mellen of Schenectady N. Y., all winter after spending eight months in Rochester N.Y. Harrisburg. Pa. are occupying the Outlands new P
for the winter.M and Deep River. Conn. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nash apartment at Seaside Gardens. 8-
& M DUPLEX:Mr.and Mrs.J.R. Swift of Evanston for a few weeks are Mr. and Mrs. Ken MacLean of MISS MARIE BOCK of Wausau. WIs.. who has been
111. Rumson N. J. spending the season on the Island will return here B
SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. MR. AND MRS. NATHAN PARNETT of Woodstock. Friday after a visit of several weeks with friends in P
Dodge:..of Wenham, Mass. N. Y. are vacationing on the Island for a few weeks. Bonita Springs. r*

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J. ) l ,,) \ \1 Chick Chapman 2O3 PETER A. VANDERSCHIE. 70. of ISLAND SCHOOL PTA MEETING
'\ L Lloyd Hanson 199 2307 Gulf Drive North. Brsdemon A postponed meeting of the Island -f
Byron Arkebauer 194 Beach died Sunday. Jan. 19. Born lathe School PTA will be held at the school -
BowlingiLeaguesISLAND Aaron VanOstenbrldge 190 Netherlands be came to tlte United st 8 p.m.. Tuesday. Jan 25. with '
Bob Relnel 187 States at age 13. He had been on the Deputy Bill Evers of the Manatee R. D. Wells of Elma.N. .
Bud Hortman 183 Island two weeks, moving her. from County Sheriffs Department,to be the : --T_M
Roy Ferguson 183 Grand Rapids. Mich for Ms 13th win speaker.In .
Dick Connick. 183 ter on the Island. He was the retired an effort to prevent any increase w Y. catches another
owner at a beating and sheet metal In the present low rate of Juvenile I
MIXED LEAGUE HIGH SERIES (MEN) company. He was a member of the delinquency. Evers has been appolnledcoordJn.cor "' '-
League leading Bayou Marina lost Chick Chapman 546 Creston Christian Reformed Church. of the Junior o.putpro- net full of mullet at
three points In Its matcb with Linen Byron Arkebauer 332 Grand Rapids. gram In the county. Main objective of
Rental Service In Mixed League action Frank Davidson 538 Survivors are his wife.Hattie;three the program Is to build respect for the
Friday evening. High scorers were Lloyd Hanson 323 daughters Mrs. Betty VanBeer.Mrs. law enforcement and to teach good Anna Maria City
Chick Chapman. 2O3-364. for the winners Aaron VanOstenbrldge 322 June Lois Lartgerela and Mr. Joyce' citizenship. As a part of the program
and Ed Haverkos. 174-470. for Dick Connick 516 Pearl Locke a son. p.vidtwo brothers the boys and girls will be given tours t .. Pier. Wells a retired
the losers. Frank Moc 512 John and Tony an Other scores were: Connlck s TV Bob Relnel 303 .. Mrs. Bertha Vandenburc. Mrs. sheriffs office; will be given Instruction r- -
Service 3. Sand Bar 1. (Dick Connlck. Pat Flanagan SOl Morris Walma and Mrs. Henry Det- and talks by agents of the FBU naval officer became
183-316: ; Byron Arkebauer. 194-532): Bill Gibson . 301 Ima. all of Grand Rapids and 12 and will be Impressed with the Importance .
Dick Wagner Realty 3. Anna Marla grandchildren.JOHN of not yielding to the temptationof .
City Pier 1. (Bud Hottman. 183 Peg THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEDick "going along with the crowd. dlti a cast-net fisherman
HOltman. SOI Earl Caner. 146-423). Wagner Island Marine Supply VEENENDALL SR. . Deputy Evers also ..Ultncha1e some ( I
...,-Z-Ll-N Motel 3.Island Marine Bayou Marina Sand Bar (Continued from Page 1) pointers for parents to watch for In
Supply 1. (Bob Relnel. 187-3O3; Bill A.M.City Pier Schuchard Plumbing Before he retired he was an Interior : to prevent more boys and two years ago and has
Gibson. 212-301). Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel B ft K Hardware decorator and contractor. He was a alf. from getting Into trouble.
Bay Area Insurance 2. Island Pharmacy Linen RentalSer. Island Pharmacy member of the South CongregationalChurch.
2. (Aaron Vano.lenbridge.l90522 Bay Area Ins. Connlck's TV Service Grand Rapids; Malta Lodge John Veenendall Jr.. both of Grand mastered the art to a
; Frank Davidson 21O-338): I I "463. p ft AM. Grand Rapids, and Rapids;a brother Laurens Veenendall
Schuchard Plumbing 2. B 81 K Hardware ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Kirby Stewart Post *24. American of Grand Rapids, and seven grand
2. (PbyUIS Mac.177. Frank Moc. First place VanOstenbrldge Builders Legion Bradenton. children. high degree.
312; Lloyd Hanson. 199-323). clung to a slim lead In Island Bowling Survivors are his wife. Mrs. Ger- Griffith-dine Island Chapel was In
League action Monday evening by>> trude Veenendall. Bradenton Beach; charge arrangements..There was no
LEAGUE STANDINGS taking three points from Pete Rey two .on.. Henry. J. Veenendall and funeral service. Cremation.
Bayou Marina 3O.S nard's Restaurant. High scores were Guests were: Mrs. W.'P.
Linen Rental Service 47.3 Aaron VanOstenbrldge. 212. Chick George 2O4 Rosa Gvwtt Speakers Anderson-Tice Anderson mother of the
Bay Area Insurance -43 Chapman 584. and Frank Smalley. Chick Chapman 2O9
Island Pharmacy 42 188-3O4.: Jim Avers 202 Guest speakers si Roser Memorial Mrs. Judith Ann Tlce groom: Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Wagner Realty 42 Other scores were: Island Marine Gary Wagner 2O3 Community Church at both Morning became the bride of WillIam James Longatreth of Bra-
Schuchard Plumbing 41 Supply 4. Bayou Marina O. (Jim Wul Bud Batman 2O1 Worship Services, at 9 and II tl 3 a.m..
Sand Bar 40.5 chet. 225.;Gary Bob Guild JOO Sunday Jan. 26. will be Dr. John J.DeValoa. P. Anderson at noon, denton: Mrs. W. D.Hans-
Anna Marla City Pier 39.5 Wagner 202. Ernie Bradow. 513): LEFTY MILLER. . 200 sod Dr. Bernadine S. De- Saturday. January 18. at com of Bradenton; Mr.
B ft K Hardware 38.5 Bay Area Insurance 3. Anna Maria Valola. project consultants of World
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 33 Electric 1. (Earl Drew 194-374; Jim TOP TEN SERIES .....bbor.. Ind. They will also show the residence of Mr. and and Mrs. Mert White of
Island Marine Supply 31.5 Ayers. 202. Roy Ferguson 333). Chick Chapman 514 colored slide during the Sunday Mrs. Bruce Cox. 8319 Venice; Mr. and Mrs. tl.
Connlck's TV Service 31 The ISLANDER 3.Schuchard PlumbIng Andy Rasmussen 576 School at 10 a.m.
Marina Holmes M. of Holmes
1. (Kayo Kedlng. 193-326: ; Steve Earl Drew 574 Dr. and Mrs. DeValola have worked Drive. Chapman
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Ales 197-538). Bob Guild 566 as s team .he as director of the World Beach with County Judge Beach and Mrs. Marie
Phyllis Moc 177 City Pier Beachcombers 2. Tropical Jim Wulchet 544 Neighbors Karpadl project and she as Robert Rickey officiating. Lang of Bradenton Beach.A .
Peg Hottman 177 Vista 2. (Bill Thlbodeau 2IO-S"; Bob BUI Tttlbodeau 544 .head of the World Neighbors Public
Peg Hottman 167 Guild. 200-366): Byron Arkebauer 542 Health programs. Both have given The bride wore a knit buffet luncheon was
June Connlck 138 GraEconowa.h 2. Roser Men's Art King 539 many years of distinguished serviceto suit of white and deep rose served and Miss Sally Cox
Peg Hottman 137 Club 2. (Byron Arkebauer. 231-542; Aaron VanOatenbrldge 539 the peoples of India. World Neighbors. .
Pat Geyer 133 Fred Frost 181. Bob DeVane. 181- Steve Ales 538 Inc. Is a worldwide people-to- and carried a white orchid assisted with serving.Mr. .
Roselyn Haverkoa; 133 490). people movement building bridges ofder corsage. Attendants were and Mrs. Andersonare
Kay Ferguson understsndlng through cooper-
Dorothy Wagner 149 VanOstenbrldge Builders :SO Gary Wagner 104 atlve self-help projects) In.... newly Mrs. Mert White and now at home at 2O4
Dot Bower 146 Island Marine Supply 48.5 Dick Swauger 105 developing nations and public information Bruce Cox. Archer Way. Anna Marla.
Bayou Marina 43.3 Nell Hunt lOfl programs In the United States
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Tropical Vista 42.3 Dick Swauger 112 urged to come and .hear the two fine
Peg Hottman :SOI Schuchard Plumbing 41 Elmer Twist lift speak ers. NOTICERuth
Dot Bower 434 Roser Men's Club 39.3 Dick Wiggins 116 Mahar of Gulf Drive has announced {hat
421 Anna Electric 39 Dave Boozer III Island Players
Phyllis Mac Maria
storm the beach 75th and 77th Streets
damage to at
Pat Geyer 400 Bay Area Insurance 37.5 Jim Ayers 119 Alter the final presentation of the'
Betty Phillips 390 Gray's Econowash 36 Fred Horn 119 Island Players* first production of the. has been repaired at a total coat of $72 for the
Roselyn Haverkos 388 City Pier Beachcombers 35 Russ Guild 120 season "The Marriage-Go-Rouni' shell
used. Mrs. Mahar auks that those residentsof
Pete Arkebauer 384 The ISLANDER 34 the cast and Director Harold Igo were
Kay Ferguson 376 Pete Reynard's. Restaurant. 3O.3 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE guests at a party held at the' home of the area who use the beach and wish to contributeto
Phyllis Chapman 376 Bay Area Insurance Pete Reynard'sGray's Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gray of Key the cost of repairs drop their contributions at
Betty Schmidt 367 TOP TEN GAMES Econowaah Trcplc.1! Vista Royale.
Byron Arkebauer 231 Anna Marls Electric Schuchard Second play of the season will be her office or mall them to her at Box 86, Anna
HIGH GAMES (MEN) Jim Wulchet 223 VanOatenbrldge.. ISLANDER "Life With Father" a home life comedy Maria. Any money left over will be kept as a fund
BUI Gibson 212 Aaron VanOalenbrldge 212 Roser Men's Club Island Marine by Lindsay.ndC.-.lalleftfrom
Frank Davidson 210 BUI TMbodeau 210 Bayou Marina City Pier Beach.: s book by Clarence Da,. for future repairs to the beach. (advertisement

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6 TilE ISLANDER Thursday. January 23, 1964

Union ServiceA
CHURCHESST. Petitions for candidates for the (Continued from Page 1)
BERNARD MISSION offices of Mayor and City Commissioner Union Service of Wor- Before the Installation JPLEASANT

(Roman Catholic) Florida of must the be City signed of by Anna ten Maria qualified -., ship will be held Roser Pastor and Mrs. Utz, and /- -

n... Francis F". Welemiller electors and may be filed with Memorial Community their son, Capt. Paul L.
MASS: until noon. January 31. 19('". Church 7:30 Sunday -
FRANCES V. MAXON at p.m., Utz, USAF of Tucson,
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 City Clerk .Jan. 26, one of the Ariz., and their daughter. -
WEEKDAYS: 8 am 1-9. 16. '64 Florida Chain of Missionary Miss Mary Louise Utz a _

HOLY DAYS: 8 am NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Assemblies, and the student at Tubingen University -

6 pm To All. Creditor and All .Persona Legatee having. Distributees special guest speaker will West Germany,

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Claims or Demands against the Kfttate: be Capt. Robert C..Jones. will be received into

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm of Floy Irene MorganLanler.deceas Capt. .Jones is directorof membership, along with

Harv.y Memorial ChurchNonD.nominattonal ed You and each .if you. are hereby a society of evangelists Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bailey
( ) notified and required toflleanyclalms' and missionaries called from Turtle Lake Wis.,
and demands, which you or either of _
Bradenton Beach you. may have against the estate of "The Church Army, and sons David and Terry. 'r
Rejr. A. W. Slmmm Floy Irene Morgan Lanier deceased, founded in England In 1882 Pastor Utz came to the HOME at 716 North Shore Drive Anna

SUNDAY: the late of Honorable Manatee County.Robert Florida A. Rickey.with and beginning its work in local church from St. Maria recently purchased by Mrs. Barbara Dee

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. County Judge of Manatee County. this country in 1925. His Mark's Lutheran Churchof Farrell from Mrs. Alma Rivers. Ralph Parrish of
Church Service. Florida at Ma office In the CourtHouse work and ministry have Anna Maria negotiated the sale.
Q30 a. m. of said County, within six (6) Van Wert Ohio. Priorto Parrish Realty
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH calendar months from the time of the been varied and include serving the Ohio pastorate (ISLANDER PHOTO)

He*. ..... Holtlfl Pastor first publication MILTON of this L.notice.MORGAN evangelism in the Tenn- he served the

THURSDAY: : Executor of the Estate of essee River Valley, Reformation Lutheran

,,7:45 pm General WMU Mt. Ploy Deceased Irene Morgan Lanier mountain missionary Church Wichita Kan. and

FRIDAY JAMES M. WALLACE work parochial work in parishes in Pittsburgh +
: Attorney for Estate rural and urban areas and Beaver Pine Grove and
Men's Bible Class.
7:30 pm .JO-121h St. West
Bradenton. Florida -prison work. York Springs, Pa.
: 1to' 23. 30 3-0. '64 The five churches par- During the past few
9:30 am Sunday School.
in the serviceare
ticipating the has
10:45 am Worship Service.
The Board of Cotnmlaslonera of the the Episcipal Churchof served on various committees -
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. City of Anna Maria.Florida will meet The Annunciation; and agencies in
Service. aa a Board of Equalization to discuss
pm Worship paving assessments for Bay Boule- Gloria Dei Evangelical several synods and was
MONDAY: vard. Bay View Place and South Drive.alter Church; Harvey Memorial for nine years a memberof
the regular meeting of the City
7:30 pm Church Committee Commission at the Community House Community Church, the National Board of

Council. ac 7i3O p.m., Monday February 3. and the Longboat Key the Lutheran Church Men.In .

TUESDAY: 1964. PRANCES V. MAXON Chapel. 1961-63 he was listedin

7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal. City ClerkELECTION Refreshments will be Who's Who in the Mid-

WEDNESDAY: NOTICE served by the Women's west.

7:00 pm RA. GA & Sun- The City of Anna Maria.Florida will Guild of Roser Church Pastor and Mrs. Utz
hold an election on Tuesday.February the hour
beams. during fellowship have another daughter
11, 1964. to elect a Mayors two City
7:00 pm Prayer & Bible Commissioners for two-year term., following the service. Catherine who is the wife
Study. and one City Cornml..lonerforaone- of Dr. Wesley C. Hand of Home on 30th Street Holmes Beach, purchased by
year term. PRANCES V. MAXON Unitarian FellowshipThe Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey from Mr. and Mrs. Earl

Roser Memorial City Clerk Manatee UnitarlanUnivcrsallst Parks of Holmes Beach. Sale was handled by GeorgeE.
( )
n.,. fUehere! K. Wleelne UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Fellowshipwill Star Club Wagner of Holmes Beach registered real estate
P..t.rTHURSDAY required meet at 10:30 a.m., broker. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
The Island Star Club will
Sunday, Jan. 26, at the
: 81 lne.-l jfJO-fn Inlmum-COc1 have a luncheon meetingat I '
J.-15 pm Cherub Choir. FOR SALE AlrcoraUtloned 2-BR* Palma. W.Sola W. Bill CommunityClub. Chaplin, the Holmes Beach I 7Jott i ':&aq sa
t:30: pm Jr. Choir. Home at 207 Oak Av. E. Anna) Maria. Yacht Club at 12:30 ,
p.m. WELCOME Winter Visitor, to newly modemlxwd shop.
7:30 Senior Choir. Water eofteneri well for yard landscaped news director and com- our
: pm : } 11/3 baths Closed garage mentator of Radio Station Tuesday Feb. 4, with new AIRCONDITIONED DRYERS
FRIDAY: "' c. ba seen anytime. officers be Installed.
10:00 am Membership Corns, wicker sett A two< Lanai pull-up furniture4pc.chalrsj table. subject WTRL, will, "A speak Humanist on Luncheon will be complimentary Open Six Days A W..&-Evenlng By Appol......... 1..

SUNDAY: and floor lamp. Also wall mirror ] to all paid up CRESCENT: & PINE PH. 77B-2311 ANNA MARIA
Looks At ReUglon.uAll }
steamer trunk antique dropleaf gate
Service. I members of the club but
9:00..m Worship leg table, marble top coffee table.613 Unitarians and Unl- !
10:00 am Sunday School. Fr Sf.. Anna M.rta. Call 778.,1112 'reservations have to be Huffinc's
Standard Service
versallsts who are visit-
11:15 am Worship Service. IU Uf'IIOUTIIUNGI Sufa b Mls. JI5up made by Jan. 30 with Mrs..
i overstuffed chairs SIOup.Uveryihlnjl Ing the area, are invitedto
1:30 pm Chain of Missions for the rental.Patten Furniture. attend the Sunday ser- I[one Bricker or Mrs. 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE f
Union Service. IMS Cones Ro. W:flock weal of I hsn.i' J Marion Belmont.
-U7 vices.
MONDAY 5 Ki lO-fi.-wtdv Trailer *ml 778-1771.
c-<_.a._ m* 'Jay-7."g..&UU l'.th.r .
7OO; pm Boy Scout Troop 1.. v Call r>.nrr s 77a inim.' p ) night 778-1440, .
m S/M.Kj GuU Front. JIG,. iff/ 1Ea Ie."K erLlll41e
Gloria Del Evangelical OUOj 77th St. Canal, 4.OOO; 7S!ch St. IIIG l Island's
Anna Maria
Lutheran Church Canal.. 3.Vj 1 73rd S4.. 3.Otm..JOHN Only
It. rftO JlIP.ftO. Reg. Real KxtaieHrr : BUILDING & MASONRY
A... Uestsr M. Ul.. Pester *er. H n.I l I.r 5trr '. 71.-2'\"77S-3
Chair_ a.nrtaM*. Oil 7.74.2111._
U;15 am Church School. FOR SALE, WaieifrwH huntv with Maria 778-2557 BuickRamblerDodgeDodgeDartPlymouth''
10:30 am The Service. Income. Centrally.. located: In Ilulmee11.ach.
Shown by appointment only.
1 1:30 am Choir Rehearsal.Christian Call owner at .

Science ServiceJU. able oi'i'-N at ONLY WET BOAT 7.5O slcJftAGI.U.per month at the. DR. CHARLES A. WEAVERCHIROPRACTOR All new luxury

M. Community House; II A YOU MARINA INC.."allYd.So.. range. .
Anne Call 2U
UN DAY FOR o Fl y Owner--Canal Frtml
: Lot. IOU t IOO. Concrete Sea ..U. TWIN 30 Flair by FRIGIDAIRE !
:00: a. in. CHRISTIAN City Water and Artesian Well Paved
SC1ENCH: SIRVICF. 5cr.... Fine location In Holmes lleach.PIJPtJSJTTI .
ALTERATIONS un.n kinds uTCluthIng. -
Longboat Island Ch.p.1No..Deno"'natlen.l Also Dressmaking. Itrapee.Mr.
_( ) prsnti M_'ard.LphoneT7s. .|.".
FOH I Iledr( uum I.IHClency
.:A'I' ItlXY,1 Apartnveets wCentral heat ti 778-2414
'1:30 p.m. Sr. Cliolr. air co..dltI- .... Close to beach ftshopping. i b ACIH-t 31V. 30-
Uy month season or year. electric
SUNDAY* ReaeoakAtote r.._. ft.-laJl. oc write 7702 PALM DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH g 4 eels
):15 a.m. Church School-- f, jPr.Pf. *J I M/IMmee' IWsch.FOW sr while
SAL Metal kiuhen cabinet
Jrs. & Teens. and .1... Also wall cablnete. Faircondltlnn.
1O:50 a. m. Church School-- Price very low. Call 77sll -

Kindergarten & Primary. FOR*j i p'RENT TT'-?P'iTi-IIOLME5 REACH DU-. Ik

11:00 a.m. Worship Service FLEX P..onkiichsDtnhy APTl- 2 ......r_.. .2 Florida ttattts.Living 1 flrupIF &Y

& Scnnon..Church ,,-. Welt furst.h.d.Clo.etnoach.
Month or "' .---. W. rVinn. 771,,212'. ;
of The Annunciation. 10wi rr i>.p. !K'f "* _
J1VV" MV'V: -
n... 0.....* K. L_.., "...., TRIMMING.1tlCING. .

$ O0 am Eucharist aftgr P'4. !to s".. aPRIVATE . -
t....ln. .v ..V.|l*fto;:. ma--
10:30 am Family Eucharist A. .... ...
leaclter. Mrs K., .1.* 2OI A M. PKXMC ??O-IaZ2 -

Sermon. Church School. "iVtr rises ru_. a r .0(1'1......=."-. GU&." OA. AT YACHT CLUO-t4DLMCS BCACIITTENT _... \

ATTEND THE CHURCHi ti. .I 9i c.'4 11hliI1ALL 2 owns in compact 30- width-1 above. 1 below!
Call KIlN FKLLOWS. 77S-JW4, after
OF YOUR CHOICE r 10 Pull 'N Clean lower oven pulls out like a drawer i

_n --.---. cleans from the top.

Swedish Maiay FLORIST e Buln..... vented exhaust hood clears away smoke II\

cooking odors. (Optional

ANTON MW CMaISTtNSlN -,.'.. ....... a er .....,. Have your extra cost"triple-filtering-

CLOtJA CNttSTtNUN DIde 4 M H..a .... I. kit eliminatesneed BUY
Slab s.-t. Haves ssg. .%. 7444131. LAUNDRY S DRY CLEANING for duct wok

,77a-2291 ,.....II ,* eS ... Automatic Roast Thermometer
done the easy way--- -dial doneness. NOWPaRe

i Do' You Need ARUBBER phone '778-aa8S Your Authorized


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THE 1 ISLANOOIA3TT : UmMiry &, Dry CI... rs "
% PHONe 7781267
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7 THE ISLANDER Thursday January 23, 1964


? TIME OFFERED Masonry Distinctively Constructionin Styled-- JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
Holmes Beachew
listing on a lovely
VATERFRONT HOME. Only a year old. Two TWO-Bedroom Home w/ garage and Jalousied
Jeautiful view spaciousBR. Bedrooms two tiled porch. Good Condition. Needs only a few minor DICK
CBHome.10Ofoot Baths.screened porch. repairs. NICE VIEW of Gulf. A REAL STEALat
Excellent Location- ONLY $7.650--Excellent Terms!
Excellent Fishing
near the Beach. Com-
)OOR. See this today I pletelyfurnished. Only A DANDY 2-Bedroom Cottage in view of Beach.
Exclusive--Will Gladly $13,50O Goes Completely Furnished for ONLY $7.50OI!

Cooperate. George Wagner --EASY. TERMS--. .

Call Ralph Parrish REALTY BAY FRONT HOME in North Point Section.Two REALTOR I2 \.
Bedrooms. Oversized Florida Room overlookingwater.
Peggy Moore
PRICE CUT TO 16350. Small Down
"Asaociat Island Shopping Center
Payment and Balance over ten years.
[Parrish Realty! PHONE 778-2444
Or WRITE BOX 1012 see
P.O.Plaza,Anna Maria
778-1902 or 778-2121 C.AU..n..C.Wagn P'III....A..eelel.UNITED ..... e-ke.. JACK MARSHALL RealtorM

ABSTRACT AND TITLE &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria IBBr IhUt* I S 19 jBESS&BlsBW, ._

$;-<. 1197 We Still Have A Model Openfor .Jfjrl ryy
.f.ct Y.tI' a. (state In etmeef

1524 12th Si. RADCNTON. FLA. ,..... 741.4S41) Inspection and Several

Completion.Pick .

HIGH and WELL-DRAINED, with more Yours before M
than 100 feet of Water Frontage.

Good Seawall. Zoned Single-Family it is CompletedJACK Blocks from. Holmes Beach Shopping Center--Two
a' Bedrooms, Alt-conditioned Living Koom Electric
See Our Sign at Bay end of 75th St. Kitchen Aluminum Screened Porch Hxtra Large.
ONLY $8.500 Bath on Heat-Deep Well Fenced-In I Hack Yard--
Price ONLY $15,5OQ $4.OOP Down. Assume Mort.
MAHAR Real Estate


[7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA

Canal Front HomesI

I Have Two New 2 BR 2 B and

I,' One 3 BR at Reduced Prices.
w+ + r
ALSO One 2 BR and One 3 BR ,

Furnished and Priced LOW. nr r 7rrIq.nuc.rt..+a I y

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JOHN PROTHERO .."........ j .,:rJtt4
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116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach At End of Chilson Ave., Anna Maria TWO 2-Bedroom. Completely Furnished Home,

LOOKING FOR A HOME? BRAND NEW HOME on Lot with 202 feet of Only 1OO feet from the Heach. Good Mental n cord.
Oil J for
Sea walled CANAL FRONTAGE: Three Large fleecing. Ample Koom Rxpansion. Price--
FISHERMAN'S DELIGHT: Two-Bedroom Home Bedrooms; two tiled baths; Intercom system; ONLY $29,000, for all. or SI3.OOO for ouch home'
Close to Fishing Pier--ONLY $7.50OI Central Heat and Over-Sized Air Conditioner; GOOD THKMS BY OWNKH. .
10x24 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floors .. '
A FEW RENTALS STILL AVAILABLE--ALL thruout; Completely Insulated; Connectionsfor ..
Excellent Accommodations: Bimini Colony with Washer and Dryer. '>\ A
the New Look--2-Bedroom Unit beautifully
furnished, completely equipped. Central Heat $22.500 YOUR TERMS
Shuffleboard Court--2 Blocka from Gulf. Shopping -
CALL 778-2725
Well-Equipped Efficiency close to Beach
, $175 per month.




Bargain Hunting? 2 Bedroom Home at 27O8 Avenue C. Holmes ftoach.UnfurnUhcd. .
Lot SO x 100.Tile! Bath,f1C'cerlc Kitchen
LOOKING FOR REAL QUALITY Oil Heat. Taxes S43. Price fll.OOO. Mortgage of
97.4OO can be aaaumcd. Monthly payment only 3o.
'*3 BEDROOMS with Wardrobes


Walnut Panelled LIVING ROOM WWF

"LARGE CHEERY KITCHEN partially tiled

with convenient enclosed utility area LARGE Canal Front Lot

"Completely Carpeted with 100% Nylon Built By Wm. B. LEE Co.

2BR 2 Bath Florida Room
18x33 Screened, Planted Patio OverlookingWater
Breezy & Cool In Summer +. Immediate Occupancy Of This I :

1963 "VIKING" Model Home
Lovely From Garden Courtyard
TW1N DUPLEX APARTMENTS Each apartment has
Central Heat Insulated Throughout bedroom with twin or double bmUi full filed bath
all-rt etrle kitchen living room' with dining area;
Assume Mortgage central heating and air conditioning All Purni.toe PRICE *2.,300--Good Financing Available.
Price: $11000 aye

CALL' 77 -1t17
2217 Gulf Drive IlraCllenlon ach
CALL 77S-14S5 Office On KEY HOYALC
77S-26A3 or v. 77S1464lage

8 THE ISLANDER Thursday January 23. 1964


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. . ABLE Call f 1 Q Davy

111:1l8 '' GIFTS for everyone


Sunday Hours: 9 5

All-Transistor Portables Free Gift & Mail Wrap
_J ddi lllfs Lending Library .
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'CJock Radfos. New Line -
TabU.Radio Exterior House Paint

******** Latex Wall Paint .' l
TV 778-1703 Semi Gloss Enamel --p ,

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
9edt Glle t1J

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Holmes Beach
liM 778-1131 I r s

5345 Gulf Drive, .
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CHOICE MEATS & r 1 ,1 1 ,

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1 HANDY 1 $5.9K s +

OPEN 7 'A.M.-9 f.I f.i f. ,


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I Manatee County Water 77&1548'R
1 Company Don't Be make your Step into the sunny day ahead with a Pat Perkins
ftne woven all-cotton!! stripe seersucker
Buttons-Bracelets-Shoe leather tabbed elaaticized belt.Wash it!Wear itl!
Rru u OHke:
Sheda wrinkles like
.. mania
s."J Gef.r Malm Loci, flo.4.<
Select colors.Sizes|2 to 20 and 12 to 22V4-
TELEPHONE 778-2022 VgA {
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lu w rnsn Wa.eA
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The Art Leagueof SOUVENIR - -

Manatee CountyWILL -rOCOINC: BIDS< *AiT calIS
PRESENT Anna Maria T-Shirts-lnfants to STtOLLEKS *M>MXITS
Linen Rental Service
Short Sots.Infants-size .$ 771-1472
BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JANUARY 27th 214.54th St. Holmes Beach

SHIFTS-Infants to Size -$ .
Ail Exhibit Of Arty Island Dealer
Beach Robes-Boys & Girls.216 forLawssor

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The StvdftMtsOff
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Before yeu boy amy polo mew. ,
When/ .k.t uw>K-aoY
you see us-
...the mowers that standards by which
yov can fwdoa all oItMn
GENE WHITE .>&, Don't Think of -MADE- - - -

When you Think of HERE C1
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E.tobU.hed April 25. 1961
Conpltt luvroRct /K DELIVER 778-2811
On Anna Maria Island

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