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 30, 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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Volume ID: VID00209
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing is Good


I World's Fair Model Home At Key Royale I


Island Fire District Fire . .. : -" .,'-v Island Development Chosen As Site Of One I

Loss For 1963 $13,330Fire Of Only Four World's Fair Homes In FloridaIt

losses in the Anna Maria . was announced a few days model home will be erectedon
Island Fire Control Districtfor .,, .rwrab, 1963 amounted to $13,330 -.1f/1\/ selected as the site for a Addition. This site has 110
less than half the 1962 figureof Florida version of the 1964-65 feet of seawall along the water,
29045. In 1961, however, s LrPIiuIuII- New York World's Fair Model and overlooks the Sunshine
the total loss figure for the :; Home, one of only two to be Skyway Bridge across Tampa
year was only $41. built on the West Coast. Bay. Construction of the house
Calls answered during 1963 The home, which will be built will begin soon.
were: Anna Maria--four house w by the Richmond Construction Peder Mlckclsen. presidentof
fires, three grass fires, one c Corporation, of Sarasota will Key Royale Inc., stated this :
tool shed, and one false alarm; be completed In May< and will week that approval of tho Key
Oradenton Beach--two house be a public attraction until Royale development for suchan
fires and three assists; Cortezone November, 1965. when the outstanding model homo is
-- house fire, one gas World's Fair will close. The a tribute to the atmosphere of
station fire, one fire in a home will exemplify the very the community and the many
storage shed and one grass latest design, methods and attractive homes already here.
fire. materials in building and furn- Key Royale originally was
Fire caused the loss of one WORLD'S FAIR MODEL HOME gets under way at Key Royale ishing modern homes. known as School Key and wasa
life during the year, the firstin within a few days after announcement that home would be Selection and approval of Key typical small Florida Island,
the history of the fire dis- built in the local development. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Royale by the Formica World's covered with a dense. growth of

trict. Several minor grass and Fair House committee was mangroves and !palms until six

brush fires were extinguishedby Anna Maria City CandidatesWith announced jointly by the Rich years ago when the developers -
the Fire Marshal,for whichno mond Corp. and Key Royale built a bridge to it from

alarms. were. sounded.. the Anna Maria City Because of the resignationlast Inc., a Minnesota corporation Anna Maria Island, and began
annual election less than two week of Commissioner which owns the -lOO-homeslte developing the Key Intohome-
The fatality mentioned in the waterfront development. whose
Arthur Hansen
weeks away, only two candi- C. term
fire loss report was that of 100,000 persons are expected of Key Royale
dates have filed petitions with has another year to run,
Mrs. Dorothy Holdcn, who died the city clerk to have their IH a fourth vacancy on the city to bo guests at the still somewhat in its Initial
in a fire in her home on Shell names placed on the ballot for commission. New voters may Florida Model during the 18 stage, with approximately 330
Drive on the evening of Oct. 30. election on Tuesday, Feb. 11. register at the city office until months it will be open. The (Continued on Page 8)

H., B. Zoning Hearing Final Jan.for filing 31. petitionsis five days before the election. M. B. "Mickey Harrison Chief Bill Davis Resigns

*k public HoArtnciIII be held
.at the Holmes Beach City Office Mayor James O. Fergusonand Bank Bond Sales High Commission CandidateM. Bradenton Beach Police Chief F

at 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday. Commissioner Robert R. According, to an announce- B. "Mickey" Harrison William S. "Bill" Davis
Feb. 11, at which the board of Moses on their have behalf had petitions filed ment made this week by C. E. 38, of 330 Twelfth Avenue resigned his pout a few days
and both have
aldermen will consider the stated Brewer, president of the Palmetto, this week announcedhis ago with Wednesday his final
will be
they candidates.
recommendation of its zoning Island Bank, the bank's 1963 for the day on duty. It Is understoodhe
Both will for the candidacy Demo-
committee to rezone all of the offices they now hold. sales of U. S. Savings Bonds cratic nomination' for the will be employed by an
property west of Gulf Drive Commissioner Mrs. Alma led all banks in Manatee and District One County Commission Interstate bus company.At .
between 27th and 33rd Streets Sarasota Counties. aeat.lIarrlson. an emergency meeting of
Haynes, previously believed to
from R-3 (duplexes) to A-l Brewer said that based on the Uradenton Beach City
said he has been
be a candidate said a few I
(hotels, motels and apart- ago that she will not decide on figures complied by the Sav- encouraged by many resident) Council, called by Mayor Henry -
ments). ings Bonds Division of the of all of the foi. Mounter Monday afternoon
whether or not to run for reelection parts county the
Mothers' March Thurs.The until Thursday or Treasury Department from more than a year to run foi. resignation was accepted"
of Federal' unanimously "with
the Reserve
Friday. Earlier this week, reports the district seat now occupied I regret
Mothers' March of the Bank, the local bank ranked but no action was taken at that
annual March of Dimes cam- however Haynes' ,were friends circulating of Mrs.her first in both counties,; salesof ,\ time toward naming Davis
paign will take place on the Series E and II Bonds per successor.
Island from 2 to S p.m., Thursday petition.Wallace Warner who each $100,000 of deposits. It Davis has been Bradenton
Jan. 30. opposed also ranked twentieth in the BeachpoJlcechlef since Oct. 1,
March of Dimes' funds are Ferguson two years ago entire state. Brewer said the having formerly been a sergeant -
said yesterday that he was
now used for treatment of officers of the bank were very on ho Palmetto Police
polio patients, treatment of "planning on filing" on Friday pleased that the bank scoredso Department I He Is the third
morning, but would know
children with birth defects, well on the sale of these police chief to resign In Bra
until that
and to combat arthritis. definitely day. bonds. Yr denton Beach in about seven
Anna Maria ElectionWith -
II- '
the annual city electionin 'Life With Father
i1* 4:,
Anna Maria less than two
weeks away--on Tuesday Feb. y Cast Chosen

11 Friday. Jan. 31. is the'flnal "Lila With Father." the Pulitzer -
day on which candidates can Prize winning play by
file petitions to have their Howard Lindsay and Uussell
names placed on the ballot. Crouse. adapted from a book
To be elected are a mayor by Clarence Day. will be the
for two yearn; two city com M. B. "MICKEYby HA'UUSOH second production of the Island

mtsslonerH for two years,and Karl Blb y.chairman of the players 1V64 season It will
one city commissioner for one county commission. lilbey. a be presented at the Anna Marls
year, the last named tofu the Republican, has said he will Community louse Feb. 25-29.
unexpired term of Commissioner not seek reelection. District Director ,Harold JKO has
Arthur C. Hansen who One Include. a port Ion of Bra announced the cast "Father
resigned last week. demon, and about four-fifths Jack Marshall: Vlnnle. Helen
Final day for new voter to Former home of Columnist Walter LJppman In Holmes of the area in the county north Genunic, Clarence Tom
register to vote an the city will Beach, torn down recently to make room for new 34OO Gulf of the Manatee River. Carnes; John Dale Woodland;
be Thursday Feb. 6. Drive apartment development. (ISLANDER PHOTO) The new candidate said. he Whitney Phillip Salva; Ifarlan.
believe. his service to the /Billy Green Cora Charlotte

New county government and school Gray; Mary Skinner Kathleen
Apartments Open
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHEJtBam system during the past 12: Leas, and the Kev. Dr. Lloyd'
According to an announce- years, for which he has re- Roger onehouse..
T..........r.,....... ..... .......t ment made! this week. the firstof calved no remuneration or Other. In the cast ores Margaret -

Noon /6pm< HI gh the apartments at the 34OO expenses, has given him a good Norma Fagan; Annie
Gull Drive development will be working knowledge<< of the many Caroline Norwood Della
Jan 21 --S4 64 59 65 59 None"
open for inspection by the complex problems which muse Barbara Mitchell; Nora
Jan 22--$& 66 67 74 59 None public for the first time on be handled by the board of lilalne Smith; Dr. Somera
Jan 23-- 2 68 67 74 &9 Nonr Sunday. (See story on Page S) county commissioners. John White; Dr. Humphreys.

Jan 24---64 74 62 76 61 Non The large home on the property 'Harrison stated platform Jac Holman, and Maggie, Bernice -
Jan 257 72 62 73 60 ,3 owned originally by as followsz Economy in all fitrkmao. Jim Zerby will E
Jan 26--SZ 54 6O 63 f9. None Columnist Walter LJppman. phases of county government.A serve as assistant director
Jan 27--56 66 64 74 9 .3 and something of a landmarkon close relationship between Elizabeth floytw as stage
the Island for many years the> at Manatee County manager, and Marguerite
has been torn down. (Continued. on Page 6) Woodland prompcer.Yongo .



Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday January 30. 1964

About A Candidate. . -

Islander EDITOR'S NOTE: Not know-
EditorialsA ing Holmes Beach Candidate- ,
for-mayor Elmer Twist very
well we sought the opinionsof i
ProblemA former Mayor Carl Scott
whose answers to questions
meeting of the Island mayors was held a few days ago to follow:
discuss further the possibility of an Islandwide police force.
The meeting was called to consider whether or not the three Question: How well do you
mayors thought organization of such a police force was feasibleand know Elmer Twist?

desirable but not to discuss actual details of the organi- Answer: Quite well--I have :.>; ...!. > H .. ; '.. >"y': j."way ,
zation. known him almost from the ::
iIi :
Reportedly, Mayors Crawford and Ferguson were in favor time he moved into his new L
of joining forces--pollcewlse--but Mayor Meunier was not. home on Key Royale. He has ,,_ '
"'''' _
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The latter's and is active memberof
position does not come as a surprise because it been an
Is consistent with earlier statements he has made about an Roser Church, is a Trusteeof Commercial fishermen pulling their nets from a private
Islandwide police force. the church, and vice presi- seawall north of the Rod & Reel Pier in Anna Maria a few
Meuniers' position Is that his City of Bradenton Beach has dent of the Men's Club. He and days ago In violation of fishing regulations passed by the
no police problems that It cannot solve on Its own, a view whichno his wife have won the affection state legislature. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
doubt would be entirely accurate if the city was able and and respect of all who have '
willing to raise its police budget to the point where it could met them. I know he had a
have two officers--one on duty and one to stand by to back up successful career with J. C.
the first one when needed. Penney Co., a nationwide organization -
Another fact not discussed, Bradenton Beach seems to havea proving himself an l LLj}
persistent police personnel problem. Chief Bill Davis of that able executive with the abilityto
city resigned this week the third officer the city has lost by handle people and get things
resignation In about seven months--perhaps not all for the done.Q. ------
same reason but all for reasons not explained very clearly.An . Where does he stand on ------
Islandwide police force would help to eliminate the need for the controversial matters that
finding a satisfactory new police officer every few months. have been "handled" by the Holmes Beach Florida light--needed by the people,
Then too, there are bound to be occasions when the city'sone board of aldermen during the Dear Editor: and not just "thought desir-
police officer is off the Island for one reason or another past year? After the special meeting of able" by a council member.
and the law of averages may rule that if some Incident is going A. Frankly, I don't know. He the Holmes Beach Council on The city's bill for electric
to happen anyway--It might as well happen just then. There has kept out of them. He is not Friday (Jan. 17)), I was asked lighting is running at the rate
has been at least one such Incident, when assistance from an the controversial type. If he is by a' reporter why I vote"No"on of $2,400 annually. It is a fair
officer from one of the other Island cities played an Important elected, I think the whole city Issues where the other four estimate that for next year,
part especially because It arrived quickly--often one of the will be able to unite behind him aldermen vote "Yes." the increase will be at least
most Important parts of police work. in a new era of good feeling, Specifically I was questionedabout $1,200 or 50 percent--all in
Because Mayor Meunier Is an able administrator with the with no recriminations. He my objection to lighting the past two months. Why all
best Interests of his city and Its residents at heart, he is boundto will represent no special in- up that portion of 789 which this extravagant-at-this-time
Investigate the police matter fully before making a final terests has no business to runs from the Anna Maria Illumination of State roads
decision. look after, no "profession to Bridge causeway south to Gulf initiated by a committee of two
promote. He can represent all Drive. There is not a single on the council? The expendI-
Clearing & CleaningKey the people all the time, and house nor a cleared lot on that tures are justified as "glorI-
would listen to all the people, stretch of highway. fying the image of the city."
even if that meant proceeding There ARE lights at the in- (A direct quote!)
Royale's recent announcement that it has been chosenas slowly on important matters. tersections. There is no On what should money be
the site for one of only four of the World's Fair Model
How about health pedestrian traffic
Q. ? at night so spent prior to glamorizing the
Homes in the State of Florida means that more national A. He in the the both
seems best of lighting jungle on city? The shelled roads are in
publicity will be directed at the Island than ever before, and health, and I am sure he would sides of this road Is a sheer abominable condition greatly
more visitors will reach the Island during the 18 months that give to the job all the time it waste of money for it Imposesa exaggerated by a recent
the Fair Is open than ever heard of the place before.If needed.Q. fixed annual charge for cur- scraping in which the alreadythin
any Important percentage of those future visitors are to Elmer Twist hasn't beenon rent and rental of the poles-- crowns of the roads were
become sufficiently Interested in the Island to purchase real the Island very long,has he? and there are so many more denuded and the dusty debris
estate and settle down here--to spend money on the Island-- A. He already has been herea vital needs in the city. piled on the sides of the road,
some housecleaning is In order. good deal longer than I had Hlgh-p o w ere d lights have making it almost impossible
Because those visitors are not going to decide they want when I ran for mayor in 1956. been installed for approximately ,,for-water to find Its way to the 1
to live here"without at least some looking around at the rest I don't think he really seeks 1,2OO feet along the cause- drainage ditches. M.
of the Island--and there are places in all three Island cities the office but so many of his way. These lights alone add There are hundreds of deador
. which,just might discourage them. friends have urged him to run, $500 a year to the light bill. dying trees to be removed.A .
Francis Hall the new executive vice president of the that his conscience and strong And for what? tractor with mower and
Manatee County Chamber of Commerce, when asked what he sense of civic responsibilitymade Then four more high-powered scraper blade is needed. The
would suggest as a means to attract more visitors, said quite him decide to do what lights are to be installed at the city should have a garage and,,
frankly he felt some cleaning up might help. That is a new- he sees as his duty, and will curve going north around the some storage space. The city
comer s viewpoint- -his eyes had seen the Island for the first give the Job everything he can. county beach. Both ends of the office is much too small, for
time only a few weeks before. Q. Would lack of experienceIn curve have lights, and one light with almost 800 voters only .
Another Important area of improving the looks of the IslandIs city affairs be a handicap? exists part way north. An about 60 may be seated in the
that old bugaboo--lot clearing and mowing. Lots of areas A. Not with him. CharacterIs expert's opinion, in which I "hall." There are serious
need it. In fact, it became such a bone of contention In Anna the first essential. Elmer concur, is that one additional drainage problems.All .
Maria, that the city fathers--the mayor and commlssloncrsin -- Twist would bring to the officeof light halfway around the curve these are symptoms of
October passed are sol uti 0 n,part of which follows below: mayor the dignity befitting would be sufficient. It has been what ails the city--a relativelynew
"WHEREAS past or former methods used to obtain this growing city. He has askedme impossible to find anyone who affliction which was contracted -
cooperation from most owners of . vacant lots within a lot of questions recently, needs or wants these lights, by the present
the City . with respect to mowing of . their prop- and I have been surprised at besides some members of the council's arbitrary, dictatorial -
erties, have not been conformed to or compiled with, and how keen and penetrating they council. government "of the council,
"WHEREAS, It Is believed that obnoxious growth of were. lie evidently learns fast. Nineteen street lights were by the council, for the coun-
weeds, ivy, sand spurs and the like contribute to the If Polly Archer Is reelected approved and I voted for them, i cil."
harboring and breeding of mosquitoes rodents and reptiles, city clerk and we hope she will for within the city on city Harry Varley
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of be, she has a great wealth of streets, I would never reject Alderman,
Commissioners . hereby establish a policy, wherebythe background and experience, any request for a needed street City of Holmes Beach
City of Anna Maria will assume the expense, and will and will prove to be invaluableto
cause to be mowed, each vacant lot which can be mowed, the new mayor. Actually, Possibly U'farr being a little presumptuous-but we would like
within the City each fall of the year, commencing upon experience is more Important lit suggest that a little city money might be well spent to clean up
the passage of this resolution, and continuing each fall in the members of the board, the roadside area on the south side of Gulf Drive across from the
hereafter starting the first week of September as a benefitto for it it* they who make the Shopping Center. Visitors have no idea who is at fault-but they
the appearance of the City as a whole, and laws and spend our money. It often ask why SOMEONE doesn't help enhance the appearanceof
"BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that each and every lot is rumored that former Aldermen the city and the Island by cleaning up that mess? EDITOR.
owner . assume the responsibility and expense for the (I:. ljShellandMcrrill)
, mowing of their Iota each spring of the year . .** Tritt will run this year. If they
This resolution Is quoted here only to show how Important do, and arc elected, it will bea The Islander
the clearing of vacant lots is considered--at least In some great boon to the city.
quartern so let's get them mowed soon, one way or anotherl! An Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby


Heard At A Hearing Election InformationCITY 314 Pin* Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida.

A very unusual public hearing took place on the Island Last OF HOLMES BEACH EDITOR............_..............._._.STEVE KIMBALL
week. Unusual in the first place because no one took the Election: Tuesday, Mar. 10. ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
time or trouble to publish the necessary legal notice--In a To Be Elected:Mayor Two MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Marla: Florida.
local paper or elsewhere. Unusual In another way because an Aldermen, City Clerk City TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
unpaid announcement of the meeting set the time :at 7:3O., while 'arshal.ldermen for two s
cards mailed called for a meeting :at 8 o clock.
to petitioners
year term; Mayor, Clerk SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., S3.5O
Unusual In other ways too--In that the chairman of the and Marshal for one-year per year; $2 for six months. Canada \.O..4
board Involved elected to proceed to hear the pro and cons
terms. per year. RATES.JIt. .1
despite the lack of proper legal notice, which he! acknowledgedbut . .-
Terms Expiring: Chester $1 per column inch. Discount of ten -: ;:
.. chose to Ignore. V. Crawford (Mayor); John percent for consecutive insertions 0 :.
Unusual In still another way--for the first time In many Beckett and Ruby White if paid by tenth of following month.
years of covering hearings of many kinds were we privilegedto (Aldermen); Pauline II. Ar- National or agency placed advertising, 4 S
discover a new which always Is refreshing, that
cher (City Clerk); Leon $1.26 per column Inch. MJAsjvcii '
of allowing a witness at the hearing to"crons examine other
Stafford (City Marshal) nvwti Kraumma' J Ht'
witnesses. Candidates. petitions maybe : CLOSING"': TIME: NOON, TUESDAY.
And unusual too In that a member of the governing boardof
filed with the! City Clerkno Entered as Second Class matter under
the municipality where the hearing was held was heard to
later than Feb. 18. the Act of March 3. 1879.
remark to the chairman of the board sitting at the hearing--
Voter Registration: At City
that he thechairman'aboardwouldarrlveat a favorable
decision hoped in our favor." Office until noon. Mar. 6. MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY NOME OWNED NEWSPAPER


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Thursday. January 30. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

U Artist Vacationing On Island--Has Local Show 8 am to 8 pm Ws>kdoys

8 am to 2 pm Sundays
also taught and lecturedat

the University of Den-

ver, the University of

'!h iversity.Florida and Syracuse Un- WfBB'S

Exhibitions of his paint-

Ings and jewelry were Island Pharmacy

shown in Chicago, New a

York City's Museum of 5904 Marina Drive

Modern Art Tulsa
778.1 11-.Hlt. 7782075J.

Mass.Washington, Pittsburgh.Springfield Boston O. CBB.. --cl..

London South Africa
and many other places. At N NO "'tSH'OPPt

the same time he estab- ii

lished a wide reputationas .,

an Illustrator, mural

painter engraver water and textile colorist de- ,CEN1'ER:

His paintings are In the FREE DELIVERY

permanent collections of
the Metropolitan Museumof NEW OFFICERS--Bob Hellman (right), vice president REGISTERED

Art; the Art Instituteof of the Florida Restaurant Association and a directorof

Chicago; Phillips Memorial the National Restaurant Association was the principal PHARMACISTSON

Gallery in Wash- speaker at Installation dinner of Manatee County
,. .
_.y.c r. ington; the Santa Barbara Chapter No. 1 of the Florida Restaurant Association.The DUTYAT

(Calif.) Museum; Walker dinner took place Thursday evening at the Holmes ALL TIMES

Art Center, Minneapolis; Beach Yacht Club. Left to right with Heilman are

Milwaukee Art Institute Pete Reynard, who was installed as vice president;
NOTED ARTIST Julio de Diego with one of his oil ; COMPLETEASSORTMENT
Office of International Tom Moreau new president of the chapter and John
paintings "They Will Cross The Seven Seas now
exhibited at the Bradenton Art Center. De Diego Is Information and Cultural Tarver, who retired as president. (Islander Photo)

spending the winter on the Island. (Bauman Photo) Affairs, Department of
State; Encyclopaedia Britannica -

Vacationing on the Island naturalized citizen.He Collection of '%

for several months Is has been a fashion Contemporary Painting; -r1

one of America's noted Illustrator in New York and the collection of the

artists Julio de Diego.An an advertising artist In International Business f,1'r j

exhibition of his work Chicago, and a pantomimeactor Machines Corp.De 1 ,

Is now being shown at the In Tampa.As Diego says he enjoysthe m | rif

Art Center In Bradenton a young man he gave Island and the area, (I-.

where It will hang until up commercial art to become and occasionally sees a V

Feb. 14. a serious painter friend from Woodstock, ith

De Diego was born In and had his first show at N. Y., where he maintains

Madrid and at 15, he left Madison, Wis. his permanent home. He "d *
home to become an apprentice During the 1920s and heard recently from F VALENTINECARDS

scene painter at '30s, de Diego made many neighbors in Woodstockthat

the Madrid Opera. After trips to France, Spain and the snow there is so & CANDY

studying In Europe and Mexico, where he studied deep that highway crews ..t1... ,

Africa, he came to this further and exhibited his have been unable to plow J.-k;: BAYER

country and after a number painting and silver Jewelry the road to his home in ASPIRIN too'>

of years became a In those places. He the country.
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I RESOLUTION NO. 2O2 Lot I Wells Bay Harbor S/D e.) feet ay 91.67 9IOO.2U P. O. Itoi 5251 REG.
WHEREAS. Hay Boulevard, from Its 112,2 feet 4# 91.67 $I7.37 Lot IB R. 4 R. Company of Inc. Sun City Center Florida 79'q
'....._.... ,.*... *.._ *..??, .o(.4do Estate: of Wuudrow W. Dickey 60 feet tf '.."7 11 Oi).20 4S6 Lucerne Avenue Well Bay Harbur sin 1
to' .. Waterway all I Bay View Place and South e/o t.stt. T. tilde. Attorney Joaquln Fernandei39th Tamps. Florida Ira 17 4 I''J ...x ,4V
f or Drive the City ring of Anna w.m.n Maria..h.C&lyLamU.' P. O. BOB 13- \ Street West and Cone* Road wells n.y Harbor S/D ) feet ftI $$.07 9IVX3O
l' have been Florida Tampa Florida llradenton. Florida Lots 3% V 4 41IV R. ... Marack 25's
paved approximately: ) Wells Bay Harbor S/D Well Bay Harbor SIn) ) feet W la.'" 92VI.V) ,.u.....
lineal feet and
a width Twenty(20) Lot. :263: .. .
1 4 IV 4 ;r.) .Hsldomero Fernsndei AI".r..I .
feet, according to Manatee County I2O feet ft 91.67 'ZOO.$ 40 I2O: feet ,* '1.7 $zon...) |V>4 3)rd: Avenue l-lmhwrst.Wsll .Bay Illinois Hsrbur S1)i REG. 59< I4ANACIN :
Specifications In accordance with R.
M. MarlerJr.i "r.nce.C.Mar'.r
Annaono TuckerP.
Tampa |O. Florida ..
i l -V* 4 1/2 1..i )*
Ordinance #240, uf the Clly of Anna 13O7 East Main Street 0.1\0. IIMISt. Wells
Bay Harbor ) .
VI 'Ie) feet
Maria. Florida, at a total cost of Lakeland Florida Petersburg 33. FloridaWells Lnt 1' fI 91.67 9IVK3ORalph
:34 4 YtIV A. 4 Kstnerlnw H. Flstere
918.380.00. and Wells Hay Harbor S/D Bay Harbor S/D ) feet 4* "."7 JV.V e/o) Aivterlcn 100.s
WIIEREAS. the Board of CommlLot 4 Lot :21
William M. 4 Margaret E. Speer .."Ia". MaineWslls
aloners of the City 01 Anna Maria 60 feet ft> 91.67. 91OU.2O 60 feet t* 91.67 9100.20 BOB 773Anna
Florida, at It* regular meeting on William R. 4 Marguerite McDonald James S. Corbett Maria. Florida Bay H.rbo.rU
lay H)
f December 3. 1962.adopted Resolution 718 Park Hill Avenue HOB 333 Wells Bay Harbor) SIn 60 ,... W ".117 9IUO.2O REG. 1.25PeptoBismol 99C:
#184, ordering work to be done, and Lakeland Florida Anna Maria. Florida Lilt 4O R. 4 .R. Company i4 Tampa.lnc.
aid re.olutlonwaareadattheregular Well Hay Harbor S/D Wells Hay Harbor S/D 30 feet ay 91.67 9VO i Lucerne Avenue
meeting of December 3. 19"2..nd Lot S Lot 22 Francis W. SI.p..r Tampa, Florida'
posted on the bulletin board al the City 6O feel tf 91.67 $100.20 60 feet t* 'I.f)' 91 or).2O 162) Avenue I!. North F.... Wells Bay Harbor sIn
Office, according to procedures re- Amanda Virginia Davis Stanley C. 4 Catherine Corbett Winter II...". Florida L<>. 61
qulred by the City Charter P. O. BOB 103) HOB 33)Anna
Well Bay Harbor sin
JO fee 91.67
,..1 NOW. THl-Rfcl-OKI-:. lib ITRLSOL- Anna Maria. Florida Maria. Florida Lot 42 "..*>et 4 '.....a. tte.... 16 oz. REG. 1.69
Vtl by the Hoard of Commissioner Well Bay Harbor S/D Well Bay Harbor SID 60 feet fI 91.67 9IOO.2O 216 Vail Road
1 of the City of Anna MariA. F.or.d..rh.r Lot 6 Lot 2) Irenw
BurgerBOB Parsli,.>any. New Jersey $1.49
:2/3 of the total coat of this paving be 60 feet 91.67 100.20 60 feet 91.67 100.20 727Anna Walls Bay Harbor S/I). Ia. 42X
..eased to the owner of property Avellno 4 Carmen O. Torre Fugarty Bro. Transfer.Inc. Maria. Florida ) 'feet a/ 91.67 9VI.IOR.
butting these ..rr.nd the City to 92O 14th Avenue P. O. BOB 3402
Bay S/D 4 R. Ctmipany of Tampa, Inc.44n .
p.yJ of total cost. Own..tJlp..cpT.mpa.. Florida Tampa Florida Lot 4) L...._ Avenue IUFFERIN 100.s
I arty abutting this street are to be Well Bay Harbor' Sit Wells Slay Harbor. S/D 60 feet ay 91.67 'iOtl. o r.-,.. Florida
assessed at '..61 lineal foot of Lot 748 Lot 24
per R. 4 R. Company of
Tampa, Inc Well Bay Harbor S/T. apt 4)
road frontage. I2O feet ff 91.67 $200..0 60 feet 91.67 9IOO.2O
46 Lucerne: AvenueTampa. 30 fee tf 91.67 ,,.,.10 REG.
Below are Hated name. of property Sheila S. Demere Ralph If. Parrlsh Florida R. a ". c.-,...., .iI r.", ... 3ne. $1.18
J owner, description of property 131 4 DvSuto Ave. Ann. ....r... Florida Well Uy Harbor S/U felt Lucerne Avenue 1.29
frontage of their property on Bay Tampa Florida Wells Bay Harbor sin) lass 11. 4) 4 47 Tamp. Flortda.
Boulevard. Bay View Place and South Well Bay Harbor S/D Lot 25 10 feet fI 91.67 9MX609I00.2O Well Day lurbwr. l/II
Drive, and assessment for this pa vlngi Lot o 60 feet N 91.67 mil: Mown 4 There.. ...r.1 !* 61. 65, 6*. *>, .*. 4. 4 TO
L. R. 4 Mary Smith et al 60 feet ,a ".67 00.20 llyron R. Wallace310V Ann ".raa. Florida 420 feet 160.... 91.47 $1u1.*0
j Ml 5 Manatee Avenue West.Bradenton. B. O. 4 Olive. E. Bethea San Jow Strew Well Hay harbor SDLM R. 4.. R. Caw"ay sT Tanva>.. .... Toothpaste
Florida c/o Standard. 011 Company Tampa FloridaWella *6 44 6 l.. rer n* Av.w.r
Anna Maria Beach S/D. Block 2 Lakeland 61. Florida hay Harbor SID 60 ,..* ay ,..., 9IUO.2O r-.. rl-w
Lot. 23 4 26 Well Bay Harbor. S/D Lot 26 Jonn 4 Fnvnta Hecker Well. Bay H'rtLM -* f/t KING SIZE
100 feet ft '..67 9I67.OO Lot 10 60 feet a> 91.67 9100.20 S2' V........ Strew. 71
D. F. Adam 60 feet ".67. 9IO0.2O La la* Ruth PM* <(<;ollln..ui.. Illlnot et) few. ay 91.47 lion.20V REG.69c 157e:
Rte .2Dune George T. 4 Marie ... RosonIVJ4) 4KT7 Roland Avenue Well. Bay liar ..r S/U I........ ,.,......
lion. Florida East ....-.., Boulevard Tampa. flaw LM 4* sIa ..r... 4 C.r... ....
Anna Maria teach S/D. Block 2 Ld.I....... Florida Well Bay Harbor S/D 60 few ay ...., 9IUO.JORwy ..,.....-. Ifaw POLIDENTREG.
Lot 27 well Bay Harbor SID LM 27 R. 4 Kllaaw44 .. Well tie, Itarkwa S/U
V) fee N 91.67 M1.V) Lot II 60 fee 91.67Artnwr 9100.20TKsutfora 4J BvrllMtsM A-. 1_. 7J 4 7*
Lola M. Hackney 60 fee 91.67 9IOO2OKenneth TM I... 426O9 t'-4..,.. Nfiw.i..n.tetad I JO fsw "..7 9201.40 69 BflTHURSDAY *
Rie '2 C. 6 TIIoe.... ,I. Wisdom Nevada. ..sLakeland. Wells Bay ,....... ./) ..**.* I. 4 Rut LM.W* N al <
i Dunellon. Florida 4744 4 Anna Maria Beach S/D. Block 2 Peer*yrg. Florid ..1.. Bay Harfror S/U 6* fast ay ".6' WT.ns 61. ..... Vsew W..slie.
Lot 2tVI W.U. Bay Harfror S/U ..... J$ 4 2. Roswrt L, 4.. L.r.I... ..-.-.. Well Nay Harkwe t/U
feet 91.67 9,*.V> Lo 12 110 fee ay I...' 92I7.IO Rl 1. Bo. $J*' LM It 4 7*
c. J. Richard. 60 fewt 91.67. 9100.20 Do-aW T. 6 Iota Pr..>*a I7OI .31st 5...... We**. Harry ". 4 F-lai S. tart Ann ......... PlMlda w.u. Bay Harkwe t/O LM. ?. 4 T7Mf
'...-. r1cwWa.... J wells Bay liarfco* S/U t- V) 4 1"1.s 919I2 | ay 91.47 U.'.1 0
Anna Maria Mac. S/D, Block 2 Ann. w....... PlortsVaWell. 1__ 10 .0 ,... fI .1,61 /114,10 l.r f/ w
Lot 29 Bay Harts SID T7 7 fax .....' ..,. a... w. ...,.... ".N'- ay ...*, 9116.70
''r V) feet 91.67 UUV> LM II c--.. A. 4 Mwrtel. M.. 3k.. b* L-s 76t ..
Lola M. Hackney 60 few 0 91.67. 9I00.2O *.. .oel .Aa' Mafia rlrw raw *V 9I...7 9IO4.99LM Sit
i Rie H Walter T. OrtMte Ann Maria ,...... wells Bay ,.afar '/ULM 40. .! 4 IJDwuoa
Florida R. R. "l. Bo. 2t WsUs Bar Harfcw* lID u... 1/2 LM 91 .10.... ....' 114x. Rib Eye Steak
Anna MarU '.." S/D. Block 2 Wew Terre H*.... Indlsss LM A t.0 ,_ 11.61 $I2.If) Ira ... .. a I'
I, LM 1OV ..U. Bay ...,.... S/U TO f- "..., 9II4.4O CSM.. 4 .- w. Clark Ito ._ $1.61 92VXV9JI7.IO> v/ o...... ca..,.. .< T..
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fee tf II. A- lrw rrr ts. v.f...*..... Me t ..!I. 4V 31.0.>*).
Grace Mart Van Or.. ..) eo...* I'.'' 91 IL jo .*. ,i a' w .... It4. ptrua. Par%. FWMkAst 163 claw A...
*7O4 .....'...a AvwnwaTames. Alfred l. H. 6 Eaella R. Taytwr Ms ....*.... Mtcnj sn2IO4) .u. ...ytaft.... I'D ___. ... .... rw6 c:..... .... T..
Florida ) Mw4sw A_. ..... .u. war MsrVM t/U lr \ ..u. ... wf6.. lID
.Anna. Marta Mac* S/D. BACK ILM ...r.n...... L II 61 f..1 $1.61 'IW.\$ LM eta.. 66 FRIDAY 89*
2SV w.u. Nay Ita..... S/U 6t ..*< t* ....., 9IM%$ Nsrvwy. G.. 4 l.illl. ** L. ...,... I W '- A U.JttNwia
fee 1.67 162.50 LM IS w........ ':. 4 ....... L ......e >*... Mart. rw.kaw tX 4 C&A,... Salmon Luuf
I Carl.. Maru C. .....r. eo few 9 ,..+11 9IOOLJO ||.4 A ....--*: fttrwM .u. f ....... t/U 1I000.n I" a A..r. ._. -/Caw*** s-... a.... .fV
Mss 4 Mrs. Harry w. Case Haw Terrace* L-I V .
6WO *rft Strew*. hsort. N/MW. ,......
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."-*na Marta S/D. ea- 1 *Mer 16. fes-w. Ts.. _.u. .sy Hr%.e. lID ,.. ...a. c.--.... tar ML. ........ c:.,... .. .... Tw.
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200 few 9 '.1.., $31 .00 I* .1 Loa ay ...., 'I".'' Ara ........ ,Mew tar M
Jar L. Ayer eo taw 91""67 9ICOLJO J.... R. 4 Urswi ..,... .au hay wfw 1/0 lI.t __ /1.61 ....,.11 SATURDAY 89*
w 111 J.r9A M. 4 TrnW ttttimtf nr i ktfsrta. rt.e.*s art t$ L-I .aj
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4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday January 30,

AU About People... HIRSHBERG-CARLSON Miss Janice Carlson and WEDDING Ronald Lee Hirshberg wer

married Friday evening at Roser Memorial Comm
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Miss Harriet Rismon unIty -
: with the
Church of Anna Maria Rev. Richard
Miss Mary Louise Rismon and Miss Alice Jane
of the church performing the
Rismon of Star Lake Wis. .Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wiggins pastor cere
Davis of South Egremont Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. mony.
Mrs. Hirshberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Mulkerin of Chicago.
Glenn E. Carlson of 72nd Street Holmes andthe
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. William H. White of Beach
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Catskill. N. Y.
of Harbor Hills Bradenton.The .
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Alphenaarof Hirshberg
bride was given in marriage by her father. She
Kalamazoo Mich..Mrs. James O'Brien and Mrs.
Jam SB Wixson of Nutley. N. J. wore a princess style gown of antique satin and her
bouquet was a nosegay of silver swan orchids.
LAY-Z-L1V-N MOTEL: Mrs. John Vastine of Bar-
tow. .Miss Susan Plummer of Cincinnati...Mr.and Miss Holly Feagles of Anna Maria was maid of
Mrs. H. Langmo of Wisconsin Rapids. Wis..."'Ir.and honor and Mrs. Ronald Shelley and Miss Darrell Ann
Mrs. John W. Beaver of Short Beach.Conn...Mr.and Hirshberg sister of the groom were bridesmaids.Gary .
Mrs. Steve Etts of Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs.L. Hirshberg brother of the groom was best
L. White of Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. Leonard man, and ushers were Dale Carlson brother of the
Takle of New York City. bride and Richard B. Shore Mastin Overstreet and

HALEY'S MOTEL: Col. and Mrs.Nell Heln of Hum- Garry Skene.A .
bird Wis.. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dennis of Geneva. reception for the couple was held at the fellowship
N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Volkson and Mr. and hall of the church. Miss April Blassingame kept the
Mrs. Nicholas Wagner of Westmont 111...Mr. and r rv bride's book and Miss Sunny WhitakerMiss. Lavonne
Mrs. A. N. Patterson K. Johnson and G. Sandflrst Blackrick and Miss Patti Welsch assisted in serving.]
all of Marion Mass...Mr.and Mrs.Nicholas Somero After a wedding trip to several points of interest in
and Mr. and Mrs. Erich W.Rosengren of Lake Worth Florida Mr. and Mrs. Hirshberg will live in the]

.. Alph Brown of Hollywood...Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradenton area.Outoftown .
Ryan of Newtown. Conn.. .Mr. and Mrs. Daniel guests were S.O.Gustafson Minneapolis -
Grainza of Grand Island. N. Y. the bride's grandfather; Mrs. V. S. Griffith of
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Frostburg Md., the groom's grandmother; Mr. and
Gordan Sr. of Rochester N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Gustafson of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs.]
Russell Jones of Orlando...John C. Hecht of Phllo MRS. RONALD LEE HIRSHBERG Ronald Shelley of Gainesville Anthony Hall of Atlanta;}
Ill...Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ruegerof Chicago..Mr. awaka Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. John K. D.Haan of Grand Mrs. Donald Quay of McKeesport Pa.;Mrs. William!
and Mrs. A. G. Richards of Freehold.N.J...Mr. and Rapids. Mich. ..Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Keinath of E. Latta of Corapolis Pa. and Miss Sharon Har-
Mrs. H. M. Milton of Ophelia. Va..Mrs. Phoebe V. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Page of Lafayette. Ind..Mr. and graves Bruce Gordon John Henningson Bill WalschJ
Stickley of Westfield Ohio... L. R. Lowery and Dick Mrs. George Lewis of Rochester N. Y.. .Mr. and and Steve Louden all of Tallahassee.MRS. .
Scantlff of Muncie Ind...Mr and Mrs. William Mrs. C. Cochran of Brevard. N. C...Mr and Mrs. ROBERT A. PETERS of White Bear Lake,
Gredsted of Metuchen. N. J. I. M. Robson of Lakeland... Mr. and Mrs. George E. Minn arrived on the Island a few days ago to spen
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Mason and family of Tallahassee. the rest of the winter here.She will be guest directo
WhettlmDre: Brown of Concord.Mass...Mr.and Mrs. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. of the Island Players to direct the third play of the
Clarence A. King of Cassopolis, Mich. Glenn Sones of Des Moines Iowa. Players" winter season.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. Lambert SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Alfred Metcalf and his HENRY DOWNS of Gulf Drive Anna Maria is dud
Cook of Kalamazoo Mich. .. Gerald D. Cowduey of sister Mrs. Florence Forger of Stoughton Mass... back on the Island about Feb. 10, after an extended]
Sycamore 111. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson of Bristol Conn. business trip to Lennoxvllle Quebec.MR. .
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. T. THOMAS HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. C. Harry Mlnners AND MRS. FRANK LANGE of Bradenton Beach
Stevenson and party of Cincinnati.. .Mr. and Mrs. of Wyckoff. N. J.MR. have returned to the Island for the winter after spend-]
Hatton B. Rogers of Mamaroneck. N. Y...Mr. and AND MRS. AL DOBBE and family of Miami ing several months at Byron Minn.
Mrs. S. W. Miller of Kalamazoo Mich. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dobbe Haver- MR. AND MRS. WILLIAMM.SPEERofSouthDrlve.!
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. EdwardC. kos Court for the weekend.MR. Anna Maria left last week for Boonton. N. J. after
Hruby Jr. of Fox Lake 111. AND MRS. ALAN E.FLITCRAFT of Bradenton vacationing at their home here for several months.
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. R.J.Schlucssel announce the birth of a daughter Denise Diane on MR. AND MRS. PAUL HORVAT of Wilmette. 111.
and family of Neenah Wis. Jan. 21. Mrs. Flitcraft is the former Miss Sharon are spending the balance of the season at their home]
TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W.English of Mish-I Schadt of Lakeview Drive Anna Maria. on North Shore Drive Anna Maria.


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Thursday. January 30, 1964 TilE ISLANDER. Page 5

New Apartments Open Sunday -- t,.."\'......
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; _: I '. d.31 S ".J./,!
Larchmont Development Corp. has announced that :.. ,,- .
the first of the completed apartments at 5400 Gulf ':\\'N'" ', "
Drive Holmes Beach will be open for public inspection :"Ir :. :.:': -- .
on Sunday. : :::.
The address--5400 Gulf Drive--has been adopted as '
the name of the apartment development which the '.- . w
owners point out Is different than many other so a
called "co-operative" apartments. In that It is 100
percent co-operative.
Explaining the "100 percent Co-operative Plan," : : ,
the owners say that when 85 percent of the apart- '
ments are sold the property will be deeded to an
association of owners a nonstock nonprofit mem- _
bership organization with membership confined to _
owners of the apartments. _
According to William P. Croom Jr., who heads the
Larchmont Development Corp., the plan has proved
unfailingly successful In many parts of the country
since the early 1920s.
Croom has lived in
Sarasota eight years and
is president of William P. .

Croom Jr. and Associates .. .... :"'.::
mortgage brokers.He I.d
4 + has developed a number T / / '
of buildings :: '" ,. "'" l
apartment : :
. ;
f , 7< .ft1I. t
iz __ 'p., " :
in Sarasota. He also is ', ,4IIIIfII! (
-- .",.- . t,. ..11r -
a director of the Citizens '--- : ," ,
t Band and Trust Company. ..; "\'
Before moving to Florida
WILLIAM P. CROOMCodevelopers Croom built several large Architect's drawing of the Larchmont Development the long range plans of the corporation arc finished
residential apartment developments in Washington Corporation's 5400 Gulf Drive apartments when and the apartment development completed.
D. C, and northern Virginia and headed the Northern -
Virginia Builders Association and was a director of years and is related to .A.0. Sales manager for the apartments Is Hob Cable (
the Washington D. C. Home Builders Association. several Island residents. : who has lived on the Island for many years and has
with Before he retired from '- ..; been active in local real estate development and sales.
Croom of the 5400 Gulf active business Woodruffwas Croom who for several years was director of planning -
Drive apartments are vice president and '7 for Arlington County. Va.. says that in planningthe
Ralph D. Woodruff and general manager of the apartment development they have adhered closelyto
Edmund H. Easter both building division and of good planning and zoning precepts by being carefulto
former executives of the 0 the Winkrete Co., the pre- I leave plenty of land light and space around eachof
D. W. Winkelman Co.,one cast concrete division of the seven buildings now under construction, plus
of New York State's lar- the Winkelman Co. plenty of parking area.
gest construction firms. Easter is an attorney In One of the many pleasant features about the development .
Woodruff who owns a Syracuse N. Y.. and forEDMUND H. CASTER is its location on the Gulf. The I archmont Corp.
home on Palm Drive at 25 years was secretary-treasurer of the WinkelmanCo. : owns JOb feet of beach frontage,and has under option
76th Street is well knownon lie now acts as a consultant and operates his an additional 104 feet thus affording owners of the
the Island having beena own real estate development company in Syracuse. apartments easy access to a private beach plus a fine
winter visitor for many RALPH D. WOODRUFFCONGRATULATIONS He owns a winter home on Longboat Key. view over the Gulf.

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Thursday .January 30.
First National HARRISON . G. S. Cookie Sale w -. New Bank Officer Power Squadron
(Continued from Page 1) The annual sale of Girl Arthur E. Campbell was The United States Power
Directors Elected and their board of county Scout cookies will start .. ' recently elected assistant Squadron celebrated its
Twelve directors were commissioners.A Friday. .Jan. 31. and will vice president and mana- golden anniversary at a
elected for 1964 at last close relationship run through Feb. 15. ' ger of the installment loan well organized and well
week's annual meeting.ofthe between county and city Proceeds from the sale -' : department of the First attended annual convention
stockholders of the governments. will be used to help pur- .' -- .1' National Bank. at the Hotel Fon-
First National Bank of Cooperation with all chase 160 acres near .- "., tainebleau Miami Beach
Bradenton. They are William state and federal agenciesfor Arcadia on which to recently. it Is the oldest
.J.Daniel A.L.Ellis the promotion of Increased establish a camp for the ;" organization in the COun-
Moreland Gaines Dr. Irving matching funds. Gulf Coast Girl Scout ;...... ..'' try devoted to "Safe
E. Hall T. Lester Promotion for early Cookies will be sold doorto '\' Boating Through Educa-
Milliard. .John W. Hyde completion of federal door by the local Girl tion." More than 500,000
R. Ambler Liggett JohnN. highways in the county. Scouts and on weekends boatmen have attended
McClure Donald B. Promotion of tourism will be sold from boothsat ; Power Squadron Piloting
Monnier B. H. Pope C. which will Improve the convenient locations.The . Classes- more than
R. Shannon and Dr. W. D. economy of the county. cookies offered will .... ; 000 in 1963; alone.Membership .
Sugg.In Continued effort to bring be peanut butter creams in the U.S.
his annual report industry to the county. chocolate mints and : Power Squadron passed
President Gaines stress- Promotion of recreation shorties. the 60OOO mark the
ed the of the bank's day
growth facilities that will benefit
before the convention
trust department stating both the youth and adultsof Style ShowA ened. There are 348 local op-
that it had experienced an the county. style show sponsoredby squadrons. Most of the
Increase of 60 percent in Harrison is a native of the Island Woman's in the
squadrons continental -
assets during the past Manatee County and was Club will take place at the ARTHUR E. CAMPBELLFor USA were repres- I
year. educated in local schools Anna Maria Community ented the I
At a meeting of the boardof and the University of House Monday afternoon. the past two years convention I
in addition to
has been mana- squadronsin
directors following thestockholders' Florida.He Feb. 10. Sportswear and Campbell
session all has been a memberof dresses from Inez, and ger of the installment loan Honolulu Okinawa and
present officers were elected the Manatee County hairstyles by Lucy's will department of Citizens Yokohama. Approximately -
for 1964. In addition Park Beach and Recrea- be featured. Bank & Trust Co. in Sara- 1.70O members wives
the following member tion Commission for 12 sota. Prior to coming to and guests attended the
the Directors' Advisory years and chairman of more about people Florida he was assistant dance.Saturday evening dinner-
Board were elected: Don the commission since manager of the install-
W. .Jenkins William L. 1958. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Murphy of ment loan department of Walter J. Sutcllffe of the
Kimball Jr., Harold W. A member of the Manatee Dartmouth Nova Scotia. the First National Bank Northern New Jersey
Levering Frederick J. County School Boardof PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. B. Kramer Kokomo Ind. for seven Squadron was elected
McKenna Jr. and HaroldW. Trustees he declined of Meadvllle. Pa. .Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Davis ofRockwood. years. Chief Commander. S. Abbott -
Whitcomb.The to run for reelection In Maine.. .Mr. and Mrs. George Bleim of He has completed num- Hutchinson of the
Toledo Ohio.ROCKETTE'S. Anna Maria Island Power
directors also elect- 1963. He has been a mem- erous American Instituteof
GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Squadron was reelected
Banking courses including -
ed Charles B. Harris as ber of the First Baptist
vice president. Harris Church of Palmetto for Mrs. Frank Furness of Worcester Mass .Mr. and commercial law, National Budget Officer.
who now lives in Atlanta and a deacon Mrs. F. Clark of Lorain Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. bank management and Attending the conventionas
Is an experienced banker and many church years treasurer for Herbert Monty of Port Clinton. Ohio. . Mrs. Laile accounting.He delegates from the Island -
Peses and Madeline Germain of Gainesville. ..Jack. Power Squadron the
having been with the Cit the 20 He is has been active as a
izens and Southern Banks a past In years.the real estate Austin and son of Springfield Ohio.. Ralph O'Brienof member of the Gulf Coast only Power Squadron in
of Georgia for 16 years. partner firm of Harrison & St. Raphaels Ont. .. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen of Kiwanis Club American Manatee County were Mr.
During that time he has Dletz of Bradenton. Sunnyslde N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zurich. Mr. Legion and the American and Mrs. S. Abbott Hutchinson -
gained wide experience in Harrison is married and and Mrs. Matthew Zurich of East Northport N. Y. Institute of Banking and Rev. and Mrs. H.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dorholt of Minn. Col. and Mrs.R. .
virtually all phases of has two children. Champlain is now enrolled in the Benjamin
banking. Ills assignmentat . Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Adams of Alden Pa.. Mr. Manatee ,Junior Collegedata G. Sherman Mr. and
the time of his resign- and holds prestandard and and Mrs. Virgil Miller of Indianapolis.MR. and processing tech- Mrs. Walter S. Hoyt. Mr.
ation was vice presidentin standard certificatesfrom AND MRS. DONALD SWARTZ of 504-72nd nology course. and Mrs. F. David Boozer
charge of the C & S the American Insti- Street Holmes Beach visited her son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Campbelland Mr. and Mrs. Howard
in-law and children Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ganzcmlller and Mr. and
Emory Bank of Decatur tute of Banking. Swartz son will soon move to
a bank with approximately Harris Is married to the In San Francisco for two weeks recently. Bradenton. Mrs. Robert R. Moses.

$8 1/4 million in deposits.A former Jo Ann Black of I .
native of Fayettevllle East Point Ga., and has I
Ca., Harris IH a graduateof two children. They will 7fldk'4H ie. J tlUH de
Georgia State College. move to Bradenton Immediately BUILDING & MASONRY For The BEST I
He received his LLB degree and Harris I
.. from Woodrow will assume his duties at CONTRACTINGAnna
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8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday January 30, 1964

World's Fair Model Home . .

(Continued from Page 1)
more homesites to be finished and homes erected.
Proximity of Key Royale to good locations for all
water sports the quiet natural beauty of the land-
scaping and Its nearness to the conveniences of a
small city have insured the success of the develop- .
Staff members of Key Royale Homes Inc., sales
organization of the development will man the World's
Fair Model Home and will familiarize the public with E: i ,. a '
its many features.Sales Manager Howard Adams said 1 4.
that special attention is being given to parking and 7.
traffic problems which may arise.
An extensive program of advertising and publicityhas
been planned, including use of network televisionand
national magazines to tie in the Key Royale Home e
with the model at the New York World's Fair. a

Adams added "We realize the number of personsIs x .w,. '
comparltlvely small who are In the market for a *-
home and furnishings in the price category of the T
World's Fair House and its accessories which will ' : .
be a $50OOO package but everyone likes to examineand a o y 4S .N
admire the finest. This home will be the 'finest/
and we expect a large crowd in all seasons."
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Robert Clune of Tampa district sales manager for
the FormIca Corp., a division of American CyanamidCo. d 3 7ri
., this week announced the appointment of the
Richmond Construction Corp. of Sarasota as an
official "World's Fair House Builder." r *. :
"The Richmond Corp., headed by Laurence S. 9 mow, ,
Richmond and his partner and wife Ruth Richmond
is recognized as one of the nation's most distinguished ryid
builders/' Clune said "and the Formica Corp. is
delighted to appoint this firm as an official World's
Fair House Guilder for the Dradenton-Sarasota
Richmond whose firm built and sold nearly 350

I Site of World's Fair Model Home indicated on aerial is central part of Anna Maria Island with a small
view of Key Royale taken in August. In left background section of the Gulf Beach at extreme upper left.

is the true luxury of our time," he continued. "It Kirsch Co., Lightolier Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co..
acknowledges the demand for doors between rooms R. C. A., Singer Sewing Machine Co. and the Superior
j, for lower noise levels and this World's Fair Home Electric Co.Locally. .
) Incorporates the family or Great Room concept and Richmond said the Florida Power& LightCo.
features outside" panels to give easy access to the is participating in the building of the World's Fair
outdoor areas. House which will be a total electric Gold Medallion
e Major participants in the Formica World's Fair Home. He explained that one of the major participantsIn
House program--both nationally and locallyIncludeGood the national Formica World's Fair House programwas
., Housekeeping Magazine and these brand name the Edison Electric Institute's Live Better Elec-
manufacturers: American Radiator and Standard trically Program.The .
Corp., Amerock Corp., Andersen Corp., Philip Carey Richmond Corp. also has been selected to build
Manufacturing Co. (Miami Cabinet Div.), Chrysler another World's Fair House in the Jacksonville area
Airtcmp. Colonial Products Co. (Youngstown Kit- thus giving the company two of the four such homes
Staff at the Key Royale development which will chens), FrJgldalre Division of General Motors Corp., to be built in the entire state. .
present the Formica World's Fair House built by the r
Richmond Construction Corp., to the public duringthe
18 months the New York World's Fair is open.
Seated left to right: Peder Mlckelaen president of
Key Royale Inc.; William D. Lee. vice president; The
Lorraine Lee secretary and bookkeeper and Kathryn
Lemon, sales. Standing left to right: Forrest Leedy, Beachcomber h b r
sales; Howard Adams, sales manager, and Kenneth NEW MODEL HOME
Anderson, sales.

homes in the area in thepaat year, said the foundationfor
thu Formica World s Fair House will be started
early In February.Mrs. .
Richmond who In recent years, nan won nine
national awards for design and decorating, will be In
charge of this phase of the project.
By special arrangement with Formica Corp., Ruth
Richmond has received full cooperation and permission -
to alter the basic World's Pair Homo so that the
design and decor In her opinion are now perfect for
true Florida tropical living and will, she believes,
make the home the most outstanding Florida house
being shown In the entire state.
"It Is a generous home" Richmond said,"generousIn
its size. generous In the way of life Its design Its
function and features make possible. It Is surely a
home that should be seen by all."
"The World's Fair Home affords Ireateasures
of privacy for all members of the family--and privacy


t .' ,' Mrs. Richmond holds a professional membership In
.. .. T, v7 Xr A the National Society of Interior Designers, and IH a
iF licensed General Contractor. Model and custom built
W I homes by Richmond Construction Corporation have
won many National Awards for the high quality of their
&f )Ofi rulrvl@r'flrm D! construction and excellence in design.

NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC, completely furnished the
/ t \ BEACHCOMBER is a 3-bedroom.or 2-bodroom home
with dt.-n. 2 bathrooms, screened lanai enclosed
.1ra centrally heated and air-conditioned, and is
priced at $13.930 on your lot.
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Ruth and Laurence Richmond principals the Rich- In Holmes Beach
mond Construction Corp., builder of the World's Fair VISIT OFFICE at KEY ROYALE

Model Home at Key Royale. The Richmond Corp. lathe OPEN UNTIL 6 P.M. or call 778.1917Page
area*. largest builder of home., elllng 35O new
residences during 1963.

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ursday. January 3O, 19&4 THE ISL.-tNDER Paste 9iwlingileagues

t J:--i; : \ \,j1 Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel 36 Bill Gibson 497 Schuchard Plumbing 42
Island Marine Supply 34.5 Bob Reinel 47O A. M. Electric 42
II!; -.b
Connick.s .
TV Sere 32 Bay Area Insurance 39.5 -t a
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) A.M.C. P. Gray's Econowash 38 ;
Betty Phillips 184 Island Mar. B & K lid ware C. P.n'combers 35 y
AND MIXED LEAGUEirst Lu Meyer 180 Is. Pharmacy Connick'sSand Pete Reynard's Rest. 30.5
place Bayou Mar- Dot Bower 171 Bar Linen Rental *
lengthened its lead in Carolyn Elrod 169 Bayou Marina Bay Area TOP TEN GAMES
Island Mixed League Roselyn Haverkos 168 Dick Wagner Schuchard Dick Wiggins 223 1
iday evening by taking Pat Geyer 156 # # Earl Drew 211
ll I four points in its match Pat Geyer 155 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE Charlie Weaver 209 LtJ
th the Sand Bar. High Peg Hottman 154 League l leading VanOs- Bob Guild 200
ores were Ed Haverkos, Betty Phillips 153 tenbridge Builders lost Steve Alex 199 :
10- 509 and Byron Arke- Dot Davidson 152 all four points to The Roy Ferguson 197
uer 164-473. ISLANDER Monday even- Charlie Weaver 195 J.'ibt'l"
)ther scores were: Is- HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) ing in Island Bowling League Bud Hottman 193
; nd Pharmacy 4, Linen Betty Phillips 461 action. High scorersin Harvey Meyer 193
ental Service 0.(Harvey Pat Geyer 449 the match were Kayo Chick Chapman 193 t1
eyer 195-519; Pat Peg Hottman 448 Keding 183-533. Chick *
flanagan, 171-567)). Lu Meyer 445 Chapman. 193-540). TOP TEN SERIES .
Bay Area Insurance 3, Dot Bower 442 Other scores were: Bayou Earl Drew 571
onnick's TV Service 0. Kay Ferguson 435 Marina 4. City Pier Bob Guild 564 -
)ave Boozer. 191. Roy Roselyn Haverkos 428 Beachcombers O. (Roy Charlie Weaver 555 .
lerguson, 528; Dick Con- Betty Schmidt 416 Phillips 183-498; Art Dick Wiggins 554 .
ftck. 184-523). Carolyn Elrod 393 Schumaker 185-501)). Ben Conlon 547
Schuchard Plumbing 3, Phyllis Chapman 390 Anna Maria Electric 3, Chick Chapman 540 .
,(nna Maria City Pier 1. Schuchard Plumbing 1. Steve Alex 533
lay Schuchard. 192-538; HIGH GAMES (MEN) (Charlie Weaver 209- Kayo Keding 533
Jlenn Safford. 175 John- Harvey Meyer 195 555; Steve Alex. 199-533)). Harvey Meyer 527
y Elrod 470)). Ray Schuchard 192 Roser Men's Club 3. Roy Ferguson 525
Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel 3, Dave Boozer 191 Island Marine Supply 1. .
& K Hardware 1. (Bob Frank Moc 188 (Dick Wiggins. 223-554; TEN LOW GAMES
einel. 174-479; Lloyd Dick Connick 184 Hugh Holmes 196. Andy Fred Home 94
lanson. 178-532)). Frank Moc 182 Rasmussen 512). John VanOstenb'ge 102
Island Marine Supply 3, Roy Ferguson 181 Bay Area Insurance 2. John Duytschaver 108
_>ick Wagner Realty 1. Ed Haverkos 180 Pete Reynard's Restaurant Bud Hottman 115
[Betty Phillips. 184. Bill Ray Schuchard 180 2. (Earl Drew. 211- Elmer Twist 115 '
ibson.497; Bud Hottman, Lloyd Hanson 178 571; LaMoine Baker 170- Frank Smalley 116
|170-459). Roy Ferguson 178 489)). Russell King 116
Bill Gibson 178 Econowash
Gray's 2. Art King 117
LEAGUE STANDINGS Tropical Vista 2. (Bud John VanOstenb'ge 119

(Bayou Marina 54.5 HIGH SERIES (MEN) Hottman. 193. Wally Gray. Bill Thibodeau 120 ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE bowling teams. Top--
(Linen Rental Ser. 47.5 Ray Schuchard 538 490; Bob Guild. 200-564)). Fred Home 12O
B & K Hardware: Left to right Clayton and Dot
island 46 Frank Moc 535 #
( Pharmacy Dower Lloyd llnnnon and Norma TorKe on. Middle
Bay Area Ins. 46 Lloyd Hanson 532 LEAGUE STANDINGS Next Week's Schedule
picture--Linen Rental Service: Pat and Louise Flan
Schuchard Plumbing 44 Roy Ferguson 528 VanOstenb'ge Bldrs. 50 VanOstenb'ge A.M. Hlt.-c. agan and Phyllis and Chick Chapman. Hottom picture.
43 Dick Connick 523 Island Mar. 49.5 Pete
[Dick Wagner Realty Supply Reynard ISLANDER
Anna Marla City l Pier: Earl and Betty Carter,Carolynand
A.M.City Pier 40.5 Harvey Meyer 519 Bayou Marina 49.5 Island Marine C. P. D. Johnnie Elrod. ISLANDER PHOTOS)
The Sand Bar 40.5B Ed Haverkos 5O9 Tropical Vista 44.5 Trop. Vista Roser M.c.
& K Hardware 39.5 Dave Boozer 504 Roscr M.C. 42.5 Econowash Bayou Marina Day Area Ins. Schuchard |tHAI THIS ISLANDIill I IStfat

-i3iii---iQi- Swedish Massage VALENTINE SUGGESTIONDO ', <<(lt'(

FLORIST YOU have a friend or relative who IM away but WELCOME Winter, v.|.!*.... .. ."*> ".wlyAIRCONDITIONEO .........hH .hep.
-,... //i..rlr t. ,.. ..-..,- ANTON M CMtlVTENSEMJ who likes to keep up with what la happening here on DRYERS
|Dixi Grand: Hotel BldQ. ... GLORIA CHRISTENSEN the Island . to whom a hometown paper meant SAME BEAUTICIANS SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE.
rfc. 7051 .r. at"I.t.. H.I... $.ch almost as much as a trip back home . a son Op_ Si l* O.". A W..fa..Ev_l"B. *r Ayy.l"M......
744-9110 oft.. S p.". 778.2391 or a daughter In the service or away at school or O9CBCCNT: PINt PH. "77B23lt" ) ANNA MARIA
college . What nicer or better way to let them
know you haven't forgotten them than to send a OCD4MG IM *IASTrtAT cases
Wyman-Grecn & Blalock Inc. subscription to the award-winning ISLANDER? WE RENT PINS OiAfltSSUMSATMIMO
A total of 52 prescnts--mallcd to any point In the '
United States or to an APO or PPO address for
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ONLY $3.50! . And we mail a gift card tool STKXLIIS MJU4XITS
Linen Rental Service 77S-I472
Established 1908
214.54th St. Holmes Beach

A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative .3
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Unique & Distinctive Items Ph+ONE V7U-IO22O
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mostly made in our own designers workshop

Stop Gift Shop For All Your Needs
We Ship Anywhere Wholesale & Retail Flowering Shrubs Quality & VarietyTable

I WE CLOSE AT 6 P....-0._ I.+.r .Wy q -
6 Palms King Smoked flam Center Sllcea.-Lb. 79C Cortez Road and 59th Street
Table King Sliced Bacon--\Jb. l'kg.< :i5C
( FOR t..CorreUl'rl ., IlagS.uaage--Lb.Holla 3/lt.OO
Morrell! Pride Jlro.h Leg of Lamb--Lb. 79C
SPRINGSTYLE the island : Morrell Pride Lamb. Rib Chop --U>. S9tf
Aged New York llerklmer County Chc aLi>. 79C
Old Fashioned fUock!: Chee.--. 49C
SHOW )09 riME AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 7711.1501daz Table King Whole or Full Shank: I Half Smoked lUm
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Anna Maria Hall 30 T w.. 1.3... 1.2 7i 10 .-. .0.) "OJ r.. 0.'
Community . 31 fH !2iJSreaauAMT 2.I 2.35 ... 1.2 7.420,4 7.OI 0..
ENJOY n.. ct..+ .i .**. All 0., L-9 P.

fm,.._f Self O,>iH... .! AiH I s... 1.23.9 .. .
fashions hats :3>O4)) 1.3 a !2-.0.1 I .OO p.. 0.7
7 1 s.1,1&. 1.7 :3.3I ,- 1.4 ..4I 0.1 9.0J,.. 0.3
bY InEZ'bags AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH YOUR ] ..... ]*|4 ... 1.4 ...00... i.* "ll 0.3 lo.otr2 -. 0.4
jewelry 4 T.. 413.. 4 3S... I.7 TiO .. 0.3 11.19 ''' 0.2
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. January 30, 1964

CHURCHESST. NOTICE LEGAL TO NOTICES CREDITORSTo Episcopal Ch'chw'men Roser Guild i 't4aptelg

BERNARD MISSION All Creditor. Legatees, Distributee Tne local Episcopal Group 6 of Roser Guild -
(Roman Catholic) Claims or* and Demands All against Persons the having Estate Churchwomen held their will meet at the home of --

R... Francis F. Welemlller of Floy Irene Mor"anLanler.deae.- January meeting at the Mrs. Charles Jordan 224
MASS: ed: hall last week with r "I
parish Holmes
You and each of you. are hereby South Harbor Dr.,
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 notified and required to rile any claims Mrs. E. Powell McWhir- Beach at 9:30 a m., Tues-
WEEKDAYS: 8 am and demands, which you or either of it. I
you. may have agalnet the estate of ter of St. Petersburg as day, Feb. 4. .
HOLY DAYS: 8 am Floy Irene Morgan Lanier. deceased. guest speaker. The topic A meeting of the execu- --
6 late of Manatee County Florida with of .-
pm the Honorable Robert A. Rickey. The Christian Art tive board of Roser Guild I.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: County Judge of Manatee County Listening, appropriate will take place at the

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm Florida of at said his County office within In the six Courthouse (6) for any women organization youth room of the Churchat

Harvey Memorial ChurchHon.D.nomlna'lonal calendar months from the time of the was presented so 10 a.m., Thursday,
( l) first publication MILTON of this L.notice.MORGAN that each member felt that Feb. 6.

Bradenton Beech Executor of the Estate of she was both the subjectand A regular monthly lunch- __ .r

R.,.. A. W. Sim.. Ploy Deceased Irene Morgan Lanier object of the speaker's eon meeting of the Guild # :_

SUNDAY: JAMES M. WALLACE remarks. will be held in the fellow-
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. Attorney for Estate During the business ship hall of the church at Home at 1802 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach,purchased
.10-121h Si. West recently by Mr and Mrs. Mark E. of
10:30 a. m. Church Service. meeting, members completed 1 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 11.
FloridaI16,21,302.6'64 Bradenton from Marshall W. DeSear and
_, plans for the Food Luncheon will be servedby Joseph
Chrl.tlon Science ServiceIi. ELECTION NOTICE Festival to be held on Group 6 and the Men's Brockman. Sale was handledbyC. V. Hottman, sales-
.. M. Conmvnlty House The City of Anna Maria Florida will Feb. 7 with Mrs. man for Dick Wagner, Realtor of Bradenton Beach.
hold an election Tuesday.February Friday, Club. Donation $1.25 each.
SUNDAY: II. 1964. to elect a Mayor: two City Robert Moses and Mrs. Speaker at the meetingwill

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN and Commissioners one City Commla.lonerforaone-for two-year terms Roy Parker cochairmenof be a representativeof Roser Seminar SeriesRoser

SCIENCE SERVICE. year term. the event. As In past General Telephone Co.
FRANCES V. MAXON Memorial Com- Series. Resource
years, a great variety of who will talk about direct personsto
Longboat Island Chop.lNanD.naslnotion.l food, ready for serving at distance dialing. All men munity Church has been lead the discussion will

( ) home, for freezing, or for are invited to attend. conducting a series of be Anita Bratvold, Juve-

SATURDAY: 8 I S1.00-rninirnurn-50tf gifts will be offered for four special seminars for nile counselor of the Manatee -

1:00 pm Adult Choir. advance payment required sale. High Twelve ClubDr. ALL parents of senior County Juvenile

SUNDAY: Initial plans for the annual Wilson Wetzler, vice and junior high students. Court Dr. Richard H.
9:15 am Church School. FOR RENTi 2-Bedroom Home near Spring Showtime and president and dean of The third in the series Stewart assistant super-

9:30 am Lecture on Psychiatry Gulf and Ma and. ch.Shopping Call 778-2791.Center.' February Tour of Island Homes Manatee Junior College, will take place at 7:30 intendent of schools, and

& Religion by Mrs. Kin- k I-OH: SALE* Lawson mttl matching were presented by Mrs. will be the speaker at the p.m., Tuesday Feb. 4, Dr. Herbert F. Boyd, psy-
Chair--both In good condition. ONLY
caid.I S7. Csll 77t.1 87. Harold N. Chapman and meeting of the Island High In the fellowship hall of chologist, director of the

10:50 am Church School for F&i. SALKi 21-Fl.Crululon CabinCruiser Mrs. N. H. Schafer co- Twelve Club to be held at the church. Manatee-Sarasota Guid-
Inboard Phon.
( ) 778-2491.
& chairmen of the event. Purpose of these semi- ance Center.
Kindergarten Primary. jjirry McCallum. Anna Maria the Holmes Beach Yacht
11:00 am Worship Service & FOR SALE Alrco",' lionUR This popular annual tour Club at noon, Thursday nars is to bring the The Couple's Club of
Horn at 207 Oak Av. E. Anna Marla.Water .
in informative has
Roser Church endor-
will take parents together -
and show placeon
Sermon "The New Birth. softener well for yard; land Jan. 30.
scaped; 11/2 baths; closed garage; Sunday afternoon On the following Thursday sessions which sed this program and has
Gloria 0.1 Evangelical F:., !nom. On byseyn anytime.ACCOMMODATERSj March 8. are designed to enable relinquished Its regular
Olin I.d. Feb. 6, the speakerwill
Lutheran Church mature husband and/or wife team. be Ed Silver of Dradcnton the parents to understandthe meeting time. The club
P.v.U..l.r M.. Ul.. Paalor Adult sitting, reading Island Star Club young people better will, however, have its
Hernando SOlO
hut-Ins; takeout riding.By
SUNDAY: evening. Will also prepare and serve Installation of new offi- last year, who will showa and to give guidance and regular monthly suppersto
9:15 am Church School. special meala In your encouragement to the which all parents are
Take orders for home baked cers for the year of the film of the De Soto Cel-
10)0:) am The Service. breads and pastries. What service doyou Island Star Club will take ebration. parents. Invited. Parents wishingto

lino am Choir Rchc.u..l.ISLAND neyHT Phone 778-319$._ place at a luncheon meet- Next week's session will attend the planned covered -
LOTS FOR SALE Cult runt J1O.OOO .-
BAPTIST CHURCH ; 77th St. Canal. J4.OOO; 73th St. ing at the Holmes Beach Dartmouth ClubA consist of the use of the dish supper at 6:30
Canal $3. OO; 73rd St.. U.OOO.JOflN films "Meeting the Needsof p.m. are asked to contact
Yacht Club 12:30 luncheon of
R.,. L... RotUM.' Factor D. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate at p.m., meeting
t*raker! t16-81st ?*rrf' ?y*'a" Jj Tuesday, Feb. 4. Reser- the Sarasota Dartmouth Adolescents" and Mr. or Mrs. Richard Poe,
FRIDAY: REUFIIOLSTERINCj Sofa beds. 515 vations must be made no Club will be held at the "Discipline During Adol- Mr. or Mrs. Frank A.
7HO: pm Deacons' Meeting up; overstuffed chairs$10 up.Every. escence," both from the Wilson Jr. or call the
thing for the rental Patten Furniture. later than Jan. 30, by call Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat ,
SUNDAY: 1313 Cortex Rd. W. Block west of 14tht. ing either Mrs. Marion noon, Thursday, Feb. 6. Adolescent Development church office. '
H:45 .1111 Sunday School. J tree Phony 747-1376.
Belmont 778-2711 All Dartmouth alumni in
FOR SALEi Waterfront home with at or
10:00 am Worship Service. Income. Centrally located In Holmes I Mrs. lone Bricker at 778- the area are invited to attend -
fij.'lO: pm Concord Choir. lleach. Shown by appointment only. I
!Call Owner it 778-1642. 1970. the meeting. E"get FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
030};: pm Worship Service. FIRE. EiitlnguUner Sales li Service. .
MONDAY Frank Deard. ll'ton Deach. 77S-14JI.
FOR SALE 10-ft.-wtde Trailer and Your Authorized
9:00..m WMU Exec. Meet. >I Cabana. s.. at 727-7th St.Gulf Park.

10:00 am Gen. WMU Meet. Ir OPEN cat* ?WET_.rV BOAT 1111-10011 STORAGE avalt- FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service DealerPHONE

TUESDAY: able at ONLY $7.3O per month at the 770.12679UD5
1:00: Choir Rehearsal. BAYOU MARINA. INC..Day Blvd.So.. Pm
pm Anna Maria,. Call 77H-2423. RepYACHT CULT DRIVE ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
Call KEN FELLOWS 77'-2894. after
7:00: pm RA. GA & Sun- 4Q i.
beams.7jOO OK SALEt Hy rails Prune
Lot. IOO x 100. Concrete Sea Wall.
: pm Prayer & lllhlc City Water and Artesian WeU. PaveUStreet.
Study. Fine location In Holmes IVeach.p REMEMBER
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R.s.e "' ...vlal Church
Ing. Also Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs.
(H.... ......1...tlonol. ) Frank RESTAURANTSALAD
"... ",....,.. K. .'..'.. VKAR RR0UNDPROPE T MAIMTKNANCEl .
pm REASONABLE RATES.References. Lee
7:30: pm Senior Choir. jfter 4-y: P.M., 210 8 Vh St. tjjr}EJlIClency <. 5 %
FOR RENT* New i I-IWUruum -
SUNDAY Apartments w/ Central heat 81
air conditioning. Close to beach 1aM
9:00 am: Worship Service. ,
""p/ng. Hy month season or year.
10:00 am Fellowship (Hour. Rsssonsble rat... 77..1'J1. or write
i- ''. IIM. ,tfr.|rny. I ach.
Sunday School. .'J\l'Tli sour .-R by .qm. ...c...
111 15 am Worship Service. ta.'I..t'tey.r. Mrctrirr. K.Welsr XlA64""St..

12:15:>> pm Fellowship Hour. 'i1at 1)1'4s. .. I=r t I to 1otionui}

7:00 pm Senior & Intermediate our. readers, we of asrsitciwresmesrlncIn c.. furnUhj 37 inch.nlarg.m.ets FimmciNg: OH NEW Cars

Youth Fellowships The ISLANDER for only Sl.iSesch. I ? []estouraivtl
MONDAYS Call 77J-3C31. or etoc at the ofTJC' .

9:30 am Deaconess Meetingat 1 uki .

home of Mrs. Max Cole. ALSO
10:00 am Grp. 2 Youth Hin.Grp. FOR BEST

1 Mrs. Mary. Stevens.

7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. 'B,iN 7ielJ4 Title I


9:10: am Grp.0 Meeting at RESULTSfflMRM

UtUO home: pin of Couple's Mrs. C. D.Club.Jordan. c ?a./bf HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANSCome

7:30: pm Seminar Program.

WEDNESDAY: in and let us discuss

7:30: pm Church Council. [ [

THURSDAY: (Feb.tJ.) IAR your needs with you-
10:00 am Guild Ex. Board.

Church ol TV Awwrrwtl.ti.w Sizzling Steaks
(fphc-.I: ) .

R... o.*eU K. ....... Ps.tee in Sea Food THE BANK:

9:00 am Holy Eucharist. Maine Lobster

8:00 am Holy Eucharist. W t.tft :r Eat.blishcd April 25. 1961
Eucharist A ,i>s .B.> ,,a.I.C tla+i .
10:30 am Family

Sermon. Church School. O CN TO TNT(: PUBLIC On Anna Maria Island


CHURCH OF P... 778-2551

YOUR CHOICE ANNA MARIA ISLAND MatawLtr: Fe4..... I..ce. c."..>eI >


.January 3O. 1964 THE ISLA.,\fER Page 11




[ Wagner INSURANCECOMPANY 2 Bedroom Home with 2 Bedroom DICK

Apartment Over Double Garage.
REALTYIsland Since 1897Protftt j
Your Second House from Gulf on 2 Lots, I

Shopping Center Reel fsfoteAefm.n| Both Furnished and Rented to April WAGNER 1 1I I

PHONE 778.2444 326 12th St. Welt 1 st at $700 a month.
C*..E. W gn.r. R.g. Brok* REALTOR
All..n Pik. Aaaoeiat. 743-4541 REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES *> RENTALS

116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

That Hard To Get Gulf Front E

3 Bedroom, 1 /2 Bath, Furnished House

V Excellent for Home or Income TWO-Bedroom Home wgarage and jalousled
porch. Good Condition. Needs only a few minor
repairs. NICE VIEW of Gulf. A REAL, STEALtH
1 292o------
.... -V- ONLY $7.65O--Excellent Termsl!
Bay Front A DANDY 2-Bedroom Cottage in view of Beach. i
Goes Completely Furnished for ONLY $1.5001EASY |
1 BR Furnished Home on Seawalled Lot -- TERMS '

-v_ ------o-! ------
Bedrooms. Oversized Florida Room overlookingwater.
LOTS: All Sizes Locations. Prices. Terms PRICE CUT TO 16350. Small Down TIKI TAVERN--A 12-Stool Bar and Package Goods)
Payment and Balance over ten years. Store--Located in Bradcnton At the Bantam Shopping
-------------------- Center on 1-lth Street. This IH a ONE FAMILY
operation--Widow MuHtScll--$16.OOOto$2O.OOOcanh
A Few Rentals Still Available see
required. Total Price $33.50O. plus Inventory. This
SEE JACK MARSHALL RealtorM nets better than 35 percent on investment. For an
evening appointment. Call me at 778-1 464.TtIRISES .

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR I &M Building 778-2614 Anna MariaAt


SISLER I. DUDLEY. Brokr.SaU.mon..778'2I54
ANNA -.--f

c._. TJ


Two-Bedroom Unfurnished Home. Close to Gulf.
Pleasant Living Room...A Screened Porch plus ,,,, ....
(\ an Open Porch...Large Kitchen...Carport and rsoerr nr npL ,

Garage. J( '. ... '. .. ., . .' ..,
L ;. .,. ". f"." .. ,., _
ALSO has extra lot with two-room housekeeping ;\ -;'.,. .... -,...,.. ":''' '. ..,.... ,_ ..
.. ,
.. r <
It I apartment which has a screened porch and two ..' .".. IJI> _..:-.:...."",,,;l",..::..- .'. f".." f'\_ 11'i "....",., .
motel rooms each with private bath and separate
entrance. End of' Chilson Ave. Anna Maria
Florida' (loom and Screened Patio. Also: 18x23 Pool.
Covered Hoat and 33-foot Dock Double
Seawalled CANAL FRONTAGE: Three Large Slip Garage.
Bedrooms; two tiled baths; Intercom system;
Central Heat and Over-Sized Air Conditioner;
10x24 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floors
by appointment only thruout; .Completely Insulated; Connectionsfor t
Washer and Dryer. L

MAHAR Real Estate $22.500 YOUR TERMS
not GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA CALL 778-2725

Duplex Near Gulf

e have recently listed SORRY WE HAD TO MOVE ---
or sale a real nice CDUPLEX

in excellent ..y
ondition. Completely OUR NEW OFFICE K

furnished-- side now ......r... +ki-.airs.
ented and owners are

living in other side. This 6101 Marina Drive WIDOW MUST SHLL Well-Kcpt: Duplex ApartmentFurnlnhcd. ---
ill make YOU a safe .
has separate garage. 73 x 100 Lot.
nd sound buy. ONLY PRICE S9.000--$2,300 Down balance *o3: a month.
$14,5001Waterfront Talus $3O a year,..-Cloe to he 1k1 1ch.

Ive by 529 KEY _
OY A LE Drive and ALSO A
ate the lovely layout
f this fine home. Ex-
client view--GOOD 2 New Models

-Priced OUR OWN to sell SEAWALL at below Will Be OPEN For InspectionSEASIDE

own OTHER by appointment BROKERS. SEE US AT

.y..E. ..
; -
ll I Parrish the Ikrach. Has garage and large Florida Room.
Ralph Price ja/XX)--Jl.yXJ Down, lUUnco flOO a month.
or Peggy Moore
rrbb See REALTOR
Itchy ff h.Is beach
o.PI....AM Uri 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradtnton Beach

19G2 *77.2121 778-2663 or eve. 7781464Thursday

II ::

12 TilE ISLANDER Thursday January 3O, 1964


: . . IMAGINE!!! q 'f/alice d Dad 4

Completing *****


P Sunday Hours: 9 5
_' Free Gift & Mail Wrap
Tp'd' Lending Library
i. '- ... ,. ......
\ t( t. ipO., _Sbik1 / J. .ytK.
"r't"'" .
I '- \ ''--

Color Demonstration pi1i Laundry

Available \v" finished '5 Sale
e De
1.f \
******** SS\\ot\ -or- '

ISLAND TV 7781703Corner 9to\' Acred coin operated 86, qJ;' ON
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd otHolmes\ e
with Matching Tops!

Beach CoinLaundryCHOICE 1/4 1 to 1 1/3 OFFS

PITTSBURGHNew MEATS & PRODUCE eeae'l4 eedueedMohair

Wool Jewel Trim

= NEW!

Exterior House Paint $4.98 gal \ Ladies SWIM SUITS
OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
Latex Wall Paint $3.98 gal EVERY DAY \ SOME WITH FRONT ZIPPERS

Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 galHolmes ISLAND SIZES 38 to 46
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 t1.--
;utt 4ree I ":..-...-:: ".v. -t.t.C .
:' I
------------------ SOUVENIR - r
... .....
Layaway ..:,._ .. P.
Beach Supplies Inc. GIFT CLOTHING CHILDREN & ADULTS Plan itGs' tww...,.rftU'I'' "Women'' 778-1161
Anna Maria T-Shirts-lnfants to Size 16-$1.00
f 5345 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
I Short Sets-Infants-size 141.98 to $3.98 RBA Call 778-2012

f NEW SHIPMENT SHIFTS-Infants to Size 141.98 to $4.98 Jpqf'j'Fj.]?, R. C. SCHUCHARD

Mosaic Beach Robes-Boys & Girls-2-16-$1.98+$2.98 ". it \ PLUMBINO CONTRACTOR



e.IutoOwnersOJ TO SERVE YOU BETTER ... We Have

dded Another Line Of Paint To Our Stock
HOBKV 778-1020 LL-

(I. jSM P '.Me...0-.4.Si v_ 1f/e 7ici dace "..




community con continue to grow and prosper
without assurance that it will hove an adequate

supply of fresh pure water.That is our responsibility .Exterior LATEX
Boat Insurance -
on Anna Maria Island- - to make certain that our i 1 completely protects Wood &. Masonry PAINT
your trailer motor and boat
customers of today and those of tomorrow have on ___4 on the road.Fire and thelt
and collision protection too <<4 11te TREK ON
unending source of water at the lowest possible cost, for your boating invest
men!. For complete pro ) +-_ _IPOIIICH AND
I rf tection tailored to your
boating needs, call your FLOOR PAINT
Auto O*ners Insurance
f Manatee County Water Agent today. EXPERT ADVICE ON ALL PAINTING

,, Company WE DELIVER 778-Z=11
i >_ (IMCOtrOtATID)

-, 778.2U2IC '..' (:Bay ./lrea insurance t4e1.1WTNOZIO

778-1697 778-1548 COAST CCOOCT1C CMAftT ACCMCTPage

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