Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
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: February 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Volume ID: VID00211
Source Institution: University of Florida
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\\ \ THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Lift* Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo. i


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640 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 19O-4 TEN CENTS t




I Mayor Ferguson Reelected Anna Maria ::1


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J. Hartley BlackburnTo Ferguson Wins Easily Over Wallace Warner I

McKay Elected To One-Year Commission Term
Seek Reelection
About three-quarters of the Tom McKay won a one.-year
Islander Hartley Blackburn ,. active voters in Anna Maria term on the city commission,
of Holmes Beach, last week yF City, a total of 286. turned out winning over I Frank Cavendishby
announced that he would be a Tuesday to elect Mayor James a vote of 192 to 85. McKay
candidate for the Democratic Ferguson toa second twoyearterm. will fill the unoxplrcd part of I
nomination, and reelection as the term of Commissioner t
Manatee County Superintendent Ferguson polled 17o votes to Arthur Hanson who resignedtwo
of Public Instruction. 105 for political bridesmaid weeks ago.
Wallace M. Warner. In 1962 Running without opposition
Ferguson won over Warner by Commissioners Hubert Moses
only 42 votes 154 to 1 112. Although and Mrs. Alma llaynes were
Ferguson conducted no reelected to two-year terms
campaign whatsoever Warner by votes of 234 and 220 re-
reportedly did some active spectively.
campaigning by ringing door- Harvey G. Meyer is the fifth
bells and talking to residents member of the city cummiNs -
on behalf of his candidacy. .
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A.M. Post Office More H.B. Candidates
.yam
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genun who will,play the parts of Father Enlargement of the Anna Two more former membersof
and Mother In "Life with Father,' to be presented by the Maria Post Office was announced the Holmes Beach Board of
Island Players late this month. At right, Charlotte Gray, who Tuesday by the PoHt Aldermen this week announced
will play the part of Cora. Office Department. The announcement they would bo candidates for
said a contract seats on the board at the Mar.
I had been awarded to S. Norman 10 city election.
Anna Maria Traffic Study To Be MadeCritical llosedalc of Anna Maria, to F. Bouvard Shell and John E.
J. HARTLEY BLACKBURN enlarge and rent the buildingto Holmes Jr.. both veterans of
Blackburn, 55, has held the traffic areas in Anna contribution to the Anna Maria the Post Office (Department. many years on the board, will
superintendent's post since i Maria City will be studied by Volunteer Fire Department, to Hoscdalc has owned the local officially become candidates
1945, and has seen the county the city commission. be used toward a $2.60O addi- post office building for several before the Feb 18 filing dead-
school system grow from 5,464 During a discussion of the tion to the fire house on Gulf years, having purchased It line. r
students to the nearly 20,000now city's traffic problems at last Drive. The addition, now under from the late Mrs. Frances Shell has served three two- f
in attendance. week's commission meeting, construction will be used to Warttlg. year terms on the board, and
Before being superintendent. it was voted to ask Police Chief house larger training quartersfor Under the department construction helped In the revision of the ".I
Blackburn had 12 years of George Jordan to submit a the firemen. program, the present city's zoning and othor,ordinance ,
public school experience in the report about traffic conditions City Clerk Mrs. Fran taxon owner will remodel the build. *. lie employed; at the 'i
county, when he was teaching around the IGA Food Store on read a financial report which ing at 9908 Gulf Drive and rentit Manatee County Lumber Co. 1
principal at Cortez School and Gulf Drive, the Post Office showed the city has on hand and to the Post Office Depart Holme was a member of ,
later, principal of Manatee Plaza, and North Shore Drive in banks, a total of $18,843. ment for five years, with three the board for about 12 year,
Elementary and Junior High south of Cocoanut Avenue. Bills totaling $963.70 were five-year renewal options.The but was not reelected In 1963.He 1
School.He City Attorney Walter Talley approved for payment.An interior space will consist Is executive vice presidentof
is a member and past pointed out to the commissionthat ordinance was read for of 1.7SO square feet with a the Manatee Federal Savings -
president of the Bradenton the recently discussed the first time which repealeda parking and movement area _and Loan Association.Art .
Kiwanis Club, and is a trusteeof "hot pursuit law" does not section of an earlier ordi- for postal vehicles, of 4.OOO
Roser Memorial Community apply except in cities of 25,000or nance. The zoning adjustmentboard square feet. To Bank On
Church, of which he is one more population. now has final )Jurlsdic- An art how, sponsored by
of the charter members. He Commission voted a $6OO (Continued on Page 8) Some Fish To FryAt the Longboat Kay Art Center,
was elected a member of Phi the Cortez Fire house will open at the Island (Bank
Delta Kappa at the Universityof Groin Permit IssuedA DeSoto Island Day 4:30 107 p.m., Friday Feb. 14. Feb. 17. and will feature workof
Florida and is now affilia- An all-you-can-eut flnh fry-- instructorsatthecentcrand
permit to build 4OO-foot The DeSoto Celebration Island -
donation $1 NourIshing that of some of their Mtudent
ted
with thcManatce-Sarasota per pemon.
permeable groin at the County Day Committee has plan-
and delicious. Everyone 1 I. Invited to view It.
field chapter. He also is a
Beach has been issued by the ned a tentative schedule for .
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member of the Kappa Delta Pi U. S. of Island
Corps Engineers. Day on Saturday Mar.
(Continued on Page 3)) According to County Engineer 1", which will Include official Bradenton Beach Erosion Discussed I
'The Silver Whistle' John Denson, installation of removal of the tolls from the
the groin should be started Island bridges at 10 a.m. (If According to a report on Lindsay also reported that
To Be Players' Third within 30 days. He said that it can be arranged);a aki show crouton by Councilman Jame he had conferred with Earl A.
pro-cast concrete componentsfor at the Anna Maria Bay Parkat Lindsay the State (toad Do Hlboy. chairman of the county
Play Of Season the pier are 95 percent 1 p.m.; a regatta from the partment has plan all readyfor commission and had t been>> assured -
complete. They have been cast Anna Maria City Pier to the a protective bulkhead along that the county was
"The Silver Whistle" a at the county concrete plant. south end at 2 p.m.; official the Gulf Mouth of Bridge Street. working In clone cooperationwith
comedy In three acts by Robert Benson also said thin week opening of the south end beach Lindsay made the report .at the SitU to expedite all
MacEnroe has been selected that pre-cast concrete piling pavilion at 3 p.m.; awarding of Thursday evening*meeting of preliminary steps necessary I
as the Island Players' third has been ordered, and will take prize to regatta winner at the Uradenton !Beach City before the bulkhead can bu
presentation of the 64 season, about 30 days to arrive. south end at 3:30 with De SolO Council. built. The SRI has had the
according to Frank Brechlin. The groin to be Installed at and his Krcwe on hand. A bar He said he had conferredwith project In the work since the
Players' president. Opening the beach is of the design l originated becue from noon to 3 p.m. at SitU District. Engineer! summer of 1961.

on April 7 for a five-day run, by Sydney Makepeace the south end" will be served by (Hector Jonn.on at Barlow, and According to Lindsay the I
the show will be directed Wood. the sheriff posse member that Johnson had showed him build
by _.. county plan to a groin
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Helen Peters. SKUpl..n.* to buildthe I at 13th Street South to help
Readings for parts in the play bulkhead or seawall from protect ih will be held at the Anna Maria : 4th to I 11th Street South to th ? Mouth end tit the ,*.loInd.to .
rtI'.rPIi
Community House at 7:30 p.m., I protect' that section of State went on to report that ho
Tuesday Feb. 18, and Thurs .Highway. ?A9 from washouts had attended<< a recent meeting
day Feb. 20. with rehearsals caused by Gulf *torm*. (Continued on Page 3))
scheduled to begin on Mar. 1.
Nine men and five women of
all age groups will be needed ANNA MARIA' ISLAND WCATHCRfcb

for the cast in major and minor
roles. T,1

"The Silver Whistle" was an .j m Mow .p md gfr
outstanding success on Broadway
4--S4 60 6O 64 40 2. J
starring Jose Ferrer In
rcb :II..Mal TO 44 TOfcb d1t 'J
the leading role of Oliver
; 4.-62 TO Wt 11fb 41 15
Erwentcr. the"gay philosopher
a 7"-0 44 M C* 4. .2
/ who transformed a bleak
home for the b.ao SO 44 $.f .t .3
aged Into happy
garden f b. 9-..44 S4 &O 34 HI Boos
paradise.All
interested with ANNA MARIA CITY . iERandMts.RobertR. .- rib !0->&2 44 aa 44 41 None
persona Moses a* they were about to voce In Tuesday. city
or without
stage experience, election at the Community lfoue. Islander Photo)
are urged to try out for part*.





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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February



Islander Editorials


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Hear-ing 'No Evil'


The first "outing" of the recently appointed Holmes Beach
Board of Zoning Adjustment turned out to be quite an affair.
Asked to hear four petitions for variances from established
zoning regulations the request was similar to that of the man r: ;:

who asked for a light for his cigar--and was presented with a r

200-acre forest fire.A .
report of the board tells that it held a hearing a e ::
statement which very well could be disputed If the matter ever r'c

were put to test In a court of equity.
Although Ivan Ihm chairman of the board of adjustment
sat at the head of the hearing table with what Mark Twain I
called "the calm confidence of a Christian with four aces/* :: -4*
neither the chairman nor the other members seemed to know

what time had been set for the hearing to begin. Cards had been p r +"
Bent to the persons Involved notifying them It would start at
8 o'clock while a news release, setting the time at 7:3O, had
been sent to the papers. First In a long series of "boo-boos." 1rr V'a/M fi hri
Also according to the report,"public notice of this hearing + ,4 4A' ThL Ifw
was published in The ISLANDER. But here again Mr. Ihm ,
misunderstood the established order of things--"public : .
notice" under the Florida statutes does not mean what he -
apparently took it to mean and If he will check closely he will CANAL BUILDING IN HOLMES BEACH--Picture shows very
find that The ISLANDER did not publish the notice (which was clearly the result of scraping the crown of a shelled street
back to the sides of the street. The of the
edges street then
headed "News Release") exactly as It was written. Because It
act as dikes to keep the rainwater In the streets, with nowhere
was not a paid legal notice--which the situation called for-- ,
we took the liberty of abbreviating the notice somewhat.The ..... 'i for It to go until It Is absorbed or evaporated. Men who have
been responsible for maintenance of the shelled
streets for
five-page single-spaced typed report (condensed to '
.
FJ II' t..11 the best follow
many years say system to on such streets Is
three pages after Its first reading to the board of aldermen)
probably is the longest report on record for a "no-decision to maintain a fairly high crown in the center of the street In
hearing. And It dealt exclusively with the Schwepe petition fora order to direct drainage toward shallow ditches at the street
of but had edges, thus allowing adequate means for water run-off.
variance to allow building a service station, not a
single word about any of the other mattere discussed at the

"hearing." 4
And the fact that the decision--or lack of It--by any board ,
which conducts a public hearing Is supposed to be governed LETTERSHolmes

ONLY by whatever testimony is presented at the hearing
seemed to concern Chairman Dim not at all. s

Nor was he concerned with the prescribed limits of his 4 Beach

authority when In his report he recommended a change of Dear Editor: his duties and the restricted
zoning on the Schwepe saying the Schwepes should
property Not! I cannot answer your power granted to the Zoning
"have been permitted to participate In the natural growth of L.' J. ... question as to what promptedthe Board of Adjustment by the
.......
of the :
of that their
city. Meaning course property should of Alderman General
. sudden resignation Statutes and the city's
have been rezoned to commercial. '
Wagner"sudden"because ordinances.
What was overlooked by the board of adjustment, and
have of his
while it was a pre- I proof that some
particularly by Its chairman was the fact that the land In
pared typewritten statement, activities have been far removed -
question, when purchased by the present owners, was not part I; it was revised on the spot, in from the judicial area
of the of Holmes Beach and zoned
City was residential Just
ink, and a later effective date In which he is supposed to act.
as It is And the land the i I '
today. too, on opposite side of the
was changed to "immed- He also ceased to be a judge
that street commercial., north of Gulf Drive,alao waa zoned Just as It is today-- I iately." when he appeared before the(

Nor can I tell you what council as a special pleaderfor
In addition at the time (1954)the area south of 53rd Street particular Unethical?
bit of "conniving' (his a petitioner.
became of Holmes Beach each
part property owner had the
word the council a kinder interpretation -
own ) on Impelled Perhaps
opportunity of having his zoned however he wished--
property ofj
be
him would "ignorance
in righteous angerto
and none of the aouth-of-33rd-Streetera
In classification at that time. requested any change turn In his resignation. Of the nature" of his judicial cap

Thus, the implication In the report that the petitioners have course there have been acity. work
suffered a great hardship at the hands of the city Is so much "scheming and conniving for Alderman Wagner
hog wash. the benefit of individuals"part -- hard, put in many long hour
of his verbal in the performance of his as
Mr. Ihm started hIs himself statementto
report by Introducing and then
saying that he was speaking for all the members of the board, the mayor and the aldermen signed duties andhisonlyfauland
after the meeting.Yet -- to me it is a greviou
naming them Individually. Although at the time he gave the
report he may have believed he was speaking for all the the worst example of fault--was that he believe
members of the board, later events proved that he was not. many, the most arrant abuseof elected officials should Ignor
At least one member refused to sign the report and the report power, was the illegal, the people, not use them con
later was filed with the city clerk, and waa not signed by all unethical closing of 70th and sult them nor accept suggest
five members when it was filed. 71st streets, and Alderman ions or criticisms from th<

Not only did the report recommend a change in zoning, but Wagner was one of the four citizens.As .
alao recommended changes in the city ordinances--nothing aldermen at the June 17th that is the prevailing
half way here) 1 secret meeting at which he opinion of the mayor and

Never during thla entire comedy of errors did anyone ever voted for the closing of public majority bloc on the council,
i iA iR streets and giving them to an he cannot be entirely toblam
remark the fact that Chairman Ihm, who is so much in favor of
having the Schwepe property rezoned for a service station la Individual for profit.It for adopting that curious,autocratic
a retired executive of one of the' large oil companies. was obvious that there was concept of governmen
close cooperation between in a small town.
Chairman Ihm of the Zoning On several occasions, however

TREES Adjustment Board and some he was the only alderma
. members of council in the to vote with me on matters foi
matter of Schwepe's petitionfor the benefit of the homeowner
In this issue, the City of Holmes Beach has an ad calling rezoning. Due to Mr. Ihm's Instead of catering to special
the attention of homeownera and householders in that city to inexperience, he docs not interests.

the importance of trimming having trimmed or cutting down, appear to begin to understand Harry Varlcy
the limbs of dead Australian pine trees, or even the trees
themselves where necessary.

The ad stresses the possible The IslanderAn
Ei danger to property, and even
Independent Weekly Thursdayby
w published
to life and limb--especially every
during the summer hurricane THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

aeaaon. And of course the ; 314 Pine Avenue
Anna Maria Island, Florida.
.. r same danger exists whereverthe

dead pines are--not only In EDITOR..........................-..,_..STEVE KIMBALL
Pr Holmes Beach--but in other ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
of the Island aa well.
parts MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria. Florida.
And too, the danger exlsta
TELEPHONE: 7782021.SUUSCRIPTI .
throughout the year to some .

extent aa the picture at the left FINAL CHAPTER of the never < "l RATES: U. S.. $3.5O ..
will attest. Taken at Mra.SallyDupre..a Sarasota
completed Ritz Carl-
per year; $2 for six months. Canada '\\1J./
Anna Maria Lodge at ton Hotel at the southern tip of $5
ADVERTISING
39th Street and the Gulf Saturday morning. It shows a dead Longboat Key. aa ita central $1 per per column year. inch. Discount RATES of ten: '.., .r
limb which entered the living room of the lodge during the high tower waa demolished a few percent for consecutive Insertions _
wind of the previous night. Only a short time before the dead days ago. Hotel built during if paid by tenth of following month. ; h
limb came down Into the room some of Mrs. Dupre.'. guest the Florida land and building National or ti
had been seated around a bridge game in Just about the same boom of the mid-1920s at a S1.26 agency per column placed advertising Inch. r/f M
spot where the limb came to rC"at.ln other words-IT COULD coat of more than $60O.OOO. iMBcts anwu Krasuunra' 1MIt.VR

HAVE BEEN much more serious or even tragic! waa abandoned the aame yearit CLOSING TIME: NOON TUESDAY
Another question which might arise is that of liability--for was started because of the
t Instance, what la your liability If a branch from a dead pineon collapse of the boom. Valuable Entered aa Second Class matter under
your property were Lobe blown in such a way that It hit and waterfront site may be used the Act of March 3. 1879.

damaged your neighbora home--or your neighbor himself,or for a modern motel. (Photo
a member of his family So. CHECK YOUR DEAD PINES by Ed Bauman) MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER
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BLACKBURN . BRADENTON BEACH. . I-......-2 a....-w..td.ya s..d.y
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) -,... 1 WfRRIiS Island, .w...,-
education honor of the Island Erosion
society at Pharmacy W04 Miriam Dri*
Duke University. Prevention District. He Z) "-- 77MII-Ni hc TTS-M?
Superintendent Blackburn said that Vernon Lamp, ,4. f
Tt NO GATE Snppmflg G oter
was the first Florida the district commission \'i .
school superintendent to member from Bradenton : rrcHB D.LIVBRV> HCQISrCRCOMAHMACirrS:
ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES
hold a Rank I certificate.He Beach had not attended the .
is a member of the past two meetings of the 1 !
American Association of commission. Lindsay 151 ANNIVERSARY
School Administrators, moved that Mayor Henry
and was chairman of the Meunier ask Lamp for hisresignation .
State Committee on School from the ? l.
S .brury a-sa. de
Finance. He Is also a past board and that the mayor ell-a-bration
president of the Florida write Governor Bryant THURSDAY4RIDAYSATURDA'SILVER
County Superintendents' asking him to appoint another r :1IiM I
Association and serves as member, presum- LUCKY FISHERMAN--Claude Brant of Bradenton. Register For
co-chairman of its legis- ably someone approved by receives trophy from Frank Cavendish of the Rod & .
lative committee. He was the council. The motion Reel Pier for catching the fish of the month at the DOLLAR FREEDOOR PRIZES
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recently appointed to the was passed. pier in January a 5 pound 10 ounce sheep shead. WITH IACH rUMCHASI Of 19.9' 1st P Ill 2," TV'
Professional Practices Lamp has been on the (ISLANDER PHOTO) (IXCIUOINO AND MAOAilMt POUNTAIN rUtCMAStSj ToeACCO 1Ia..
Commission set up by the erosion prevention board 2nd Price RECORD PUYIH
State Legislature.He for about two and a half A request for a licenseto who wanted council to give Load i instantly automatically .....
is chairman of the years. He was appointedto operate an amusement particular considerationto 3rd Prize MOVIE CAMERA4th
committee on State Board the board when P. C. arcade at 202 Gulf Drive one application. r .
regulations of the Florida VanRensselaer was the South was denied by council Although no names were $1 1 PriPri1eze.:TOOTR RUSN \

County Superintendents' Bradenton Beach mayor. as was a request to mentioned at the meeting 5th
Association and was that Martin Morris of Ball hold weekly auctions at the it is believed the application ft* IWf till v SUPERTPLEMAMINS.. S
association's represen- Horton and Associates, a same location during the referred to was that '
.
tative on the Governor's Bradenton engineering September to March sea- of former police officer =---- - ""' 15C TRADE IN
committee which prepared firm explained to council son. Bill Banks of Pal- Jack Benzcl who broke
$2.98 FOR YOUR OLD TOOTH
the resource unit for that the city's bulkhead metto made the request. his contract in Octoberby Regular
BRUSH ON A
the course"Americanismvs. line must have a metes New street signs will be leaving his position on
Communism," being and bounds description so installed under Lindsay's short notice. !
taught throughout Florida.He it can. be properly recor- supervision with the cost Mrs. Barrett was told 1 199 JQ
also served as a ded. Martin said that his of the signs to be "$400 that no applications of ilRIl
member of the Southeastern company, would for a fee to $450." former officers were con- CLOCK : .
Regional School of $50 examine the information Some palm trees will be sidered.In .:_
Administration Associa- available and planted and other land- other action council:
tion Committee which set then would submit a cost scaping done around the Approved for payment a -, ;
up a plan for the pre- estimate on the necessary city sign located on the total of $579.38 in current [t 1) CONTACT Mk ... 99 ,
training and in-service work to have the bulkheadline extension of Bridge Street routine bills; "...VAtKCLISTERIKE.
training of school sup- in the Bay approved. west of Gulf Drive. Awarded the city's Insurance -
erintendents in the South- Council voted to have him Mrs. William Barrett for the year to 1= 8 FOR
eastern States. proceed with the prelim questioned the councilon John P. Huth of Holmes f z1 "' .
Supt. Blackburn marriedthe inary work. the emergency meetingat Beach the low bidder; ,. $1.00
former Betty Phelpsin which the new police Approved an estimated !!
1934. They are parentsof and Betty Lou Huth who chief. E. R. Mullis was budget for the year of .B .. 66
two daughters Jean lives in Holmes Beach appointed. Mrs. Barrett $39.425 higher than the : O $.i$u.c .5* ins
Hartley, a student at Wal- with her husband John said she represented a 1963 budget by a total of .. 16<= ..a. ..< u cu
ker Junior High School and their two daughters. large group of residents 3425.
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- Tinkston of Harrisonburg.Va...Mr.and Mrs.Alonzo
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Doughty, Eleanor Snow and Mrs. Ida Stevens of Orr's
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Island. Maine.
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ismon and children, Judy, Craig and Brian,of Eagle tip >e t.r yr DEAN R. EDWARDS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
aver Wis.PALM Edwards of Shell Drive, will enter the National
COURT: Dr. R. L. Whitehurst of Rocky K.? : Rif Academy of Broadcasting at Washington, D. C. later
fount, N. C.. .Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Dodley of this month.
ouisville, Ky. on their honeymoon. ..Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE T. FRITZ of South
ay Nelson of Rock Island, Ill. 1 ( ;S Haven, Mich. are spending the winter at 206 -67th
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomson of _J3 Street, Holmes Beach.
linneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perrlnl of Hol- R 1t MR. AND MRS. ALEX SMITH of Akron, N. Y. were
ston. Mass..Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Scoik of -I t guests recently of Mr. and Mrs.Harold G.McVean of
oultney, Vt.. .Mr. and Mrs. W. Baxter of Bridge- I 67th Street, Holmes Beach.
-I :>rt. Conn. Mr. and Mrs.Ivan Hess and H.Hess Jr. MRS. HENRY WAITT of 77th Street Holmes Beach,
r Xenia, Ohio. returned to the Island recently after spending several
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.John Dorsh of months in Maine and Massachusetts.
alatie. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kovacs of COOPER DUPLEX: Mrs. J. H. Wierenga and Mrs.
Iyckoff, N. J. Herman Wierenga of Lafayette, Ind.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. McINTOSH COTTAGE: Mr.and Mrs. Alfred Perrini
,odies of Napoleon, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Caublef of Holliston Mass.
Baudette, Minn. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. Valentine of William P. Groom, one of the developers of the 5400 MISS SANDRA MARCHAND. daughter of Mr. and
Vest Orange, N. J. .Mr. and Mrs. E. Moore of Gulf Drive Apartments, welcomes Mayor and Mrs. Mrs. Roy Marchand of Holmes Beach, recently was
laudette, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. P. Caldwell of Wil- Chester Crawford of Holmes Beach last week,as the elected Sub-Deb Sweetheart for the year.
:wdale>> Ont.S. developers entertained the officials and business ISLAND STAR CLUB officers were installed at a
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Cy people of the Island at a preview of the apartments well-attended luncheon meeting at the Holmes Beach
:allicoat and party of Springfield, Ohio...Mr and and a cocktail party at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club. Yacht Club last week. They were: Mrs. Florence
; Ara. A. Waldron Stone of Garden City, N. Y..Mr. Myers, president; Mrs. Russell Homer, first vice
ind Mrs. Charles Legere and party of Ottawa, Ont. Waukesha, WIs. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Best of president; Mrs. lone Bricker secretary-treasurer;
.Mr. and Mrs. William N. Reasner and daughter of Carterville, 111.. .Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Paape of Wau- Mrs. Donald Swartz, second vice president; Mrs.
\nderson, Ind.LAYZLIVN. watosa, Wis... E. L. Morton and party of Hopkins- Florence Seidler, third vice president, and Mrs.
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R.J.Nicholsf yule, Ky... Dorothy Birkenmaier; Sigmund Drexlerand Arthur Munday, chaplain.
> Bay City Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs.J.Barr of Barrie, Melten Holdener, all of St. Louis. Among the guests at the meeting were Mrs. Bliss
)nt...Mr. and Mrs. A. Watts of Waubaushne, Ont... CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. G. B.Murphy and A. Fox, past grand matron of Bloomington, Ind.;
vlr. and Mrs. Clarence Shiebla of Hagerstown,Ind... family of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. .Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Thomas Willis, worthy matron-elect and Mrs.
.Mr. and Mrs.Maylord Hempstead of Greenville,N. Y. O. Senay of Sweetsburg Ont.. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Frank George of Manatee Chapter 14, and Mrs. Elmer
.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tallmanof Freehold,N.Y. Miller of Kalamazoo, Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. John Rohloff, noble prophetess of Temple Shrine 7, White
.Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Rosenbach Inglcslde,111... Redeker and family of West Webster,N.Y...Mr.and Shrine of Jerusalem.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bride of Newburyport, Mass. .. Mrs. H. P. Wilson of Marietta Ga.. Mr. and Mrs.H. Installing officers were Mrs.Marion Belmont,Mrs.
Raymond Fledderman; Mrs. W. J. Gross and Mrs. J. Kenner of Champagne 111. Julia Engel and Mrs. Lawrence Colby,the first three
Vincent J. O'Brien of Cincinnati. ..Mrs. Henry ZANDER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Stan Brusnahanof presidents of the club. Mrs. Vernon Lamp, installing
Sutherland of Pittsburgh. Rensselaer, Ind. chaplain, offered the prayer.
TilE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL:Mr.and CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Lombardi of Mrs. Myers appointed Mrs. Mary Chesbro his-
Mrs. Virgil Justingcr and party of Defiance, Ohio... Hingham Mass.TOUCHTON torian; Mrs. Rosalind Vollrath, organist and Mrs.
Edmund K. Hartley of Winter Garden. ..Mrs. Bertha DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Switzer Lamp, publicity chairman, with Mrs. E. E. Frank as
Van Buren of New Haven, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. A. and Mr. and Mrs. H.J.LaCourse Muskegon, Mich. assistant.
Hubbard of Cato, N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Biggs for three weeks.FLAMINGO MRS. EUGENE LYLE of Tampa, and children
of Bigwood, Ont. ..Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hcldel of COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Tanya, Tony and Jon, are visiting Mrs. Lyle's
Royersford, Pa. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mullen of Herrington of Eaton Rapids Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Gil parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rife of Cocoanut
Charleston, S. C.. .Mr. and Mrs. William Burley of Ogilvle of Xenia, Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews Avenue, Anna Maria, for a few days. They will join
Marion, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Badclong of of Rice Lake, Wis. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. Lyle soon to make their home in New Orleans.
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City Of Holmes BeachRecent

announcement that.Key Royale has been
selected as a site for one of the four World's Fair
Homes to be built In Florida has focused the local
spotlight on that area and Its developers, and mainlyon
Peder Mickelsen, founder and one of the principal
owners of Key Royale and a highly respected and
popular figure on the Island.
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Peder Mlckelsen with !
his wife, first came to
Florida In 1946 after a
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that Minnesota winters
were too severe for his
health.
The Mlckelsens visited
the state's east coast, and
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west coast. They liked
what they found on the
PEDER MICKELSEN Island, and set about mak-
ing it their permanent winter home. In June of that
year Mickelsen bought his first land on the Island
for development, and within a month afterward, had
been granted official permission by the state for his
firm, Peder Mickelsen and Son, Inc., to do businessIn
Florida.
That land purchase was the first of many Mickelsen -
land purchases on the Island, and was in the
northern part of Holmes Beach. Mickelsen and his
associates have been responsible for the greater part _
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of the development of the peninsulas or fingers in the School Key in Its virginal state before any clearingor Picture is in sharp contrast to picture on opposite
Day from 77th Street southward. filling was undertaken, and before much of the page, which was taken within the past year, and which
During the early 1950s, Mickelsen made what development of the mid-Island area had been started. shows almost all of the present home development.
proved to be his most significant land purchase here, --
when he bought ISO-acre School Key from the late

Oscar Russell. Purchase price mentioned in news qMeM ,'.
articles at that time was $25OOO, with cost of basic y A
clearing and development of the acreage estimatedto ] iur LI
be from six to eight times the original cost.

Personal observation of the extensive clearing- ..
.dredglng-filllng operations of the early 1960s have, '...', .., .fIIIiiIt!!
led to an upward revision of that original man-In-the- ,
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was approved by Holmes Beach in May, 1957 the year ;;: ;-J..
the the built. Since the bridge was .. -
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other development--anywhere--ever had more side- ..: :;: ,
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always included on the complete tour of the Island ( .--. ... -, --- -- -- --
given visitors, few bona fide Islanders fail ,. --d- .:
to give It a "once over at least every few days.
During the years since Mr. and Mrs. Mickelsen '
( first visited the Island, they have put down roots here \
1 and have taken part in many community and church
activities,and have won the affection and admiration Air view (above)of the southern tip of Key Royale
of everyone with whom they have been associated.It tends to make the key look like a sandbox modelof
is agreed among area businessmen that PederMlckelsenSi a development, but shows some of the early
handshake on a deal is much to be clearing and filling being done. At right are two
preferred to many contracts on paper. And the high views of the bayou between the key and Anna
standards he has set for all his developments here Marla Island, taken soon after the major dredgingof
I have helped to raise the standards of builders and the waterway, the lower picture taken from the
i developers who have to compete with Key Royale. bridge in upper picture. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)

Several development practices are followed by
, the Mickelsen group which help to make Its work
unique. One Is the Installation of all necessary
seawalls on their homcsltca.thus helping to eliminate .' ,
any possibility of erosion before or after the lots are 4
sold. Another Is the installation of concrete gutters ...
and curbing along the road edge of each lot. Still ",11\ '
another Is the company's practice of tree moving-- !4
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and cedars growing In the proposed locations of canals developments would be at all complete without some
and streets and the trees are moved to locations brief mention of his close business associates. Bill
where they enhance the beauty and value of future Lee and Howard Adams. ; k. ;
homesltes. Several hundred trees have been moved Bill Lee in addition to helping guide the affairs of
with great success--nearly all of them have lived. Key Royale Inc., is one of the Islands more active \
A minimum of 1,4OO square feet has been set for home builders. Now in his early fifties. Lee is living
all homes on the key the highest requirement In the proof that Peder Mlckelsen like most successful
area a limitation designed to maintain a high standardfor businessmen has a talent for choosing his associates. RY4Y .
the the area.Extensive Howard Adams a more recent addition to the
business Interests In the Minneapolisarea organization is the executive head of Key Royale
have made It necessary for the Mickelsens to Homes Inc., a sales company set up late in 1962 and
spend several months in the north each year but which handles all sales of property and homes for the
In the past few years they have stayed on the Island Key Royale and Bay Palms developments. The Bay
later in the season each year and have returned Palms developments include a number. of peninsulasand I
earlier in the fall to enjoy longer seasons at their other property on the "mainland that is on the
handsome and comfortable new home on Key Royale. Island itself. Under Adams guidance many sales j
No account of Peder Mickelsen and his Island problems have been eliminated.
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Most recent photo of Peder Mlckelsen. taken at a conference with his that time. Picture affords good view of the 8O-fm wide boulevard which
business associates doing what he likes best--planning for the future. eventually will run the entire length of the key from north to south. f
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Page-.8'q .. THE ISLANDER Thursday.. February 13. 1964

more about peopleMSGT. B. B. City BudgetThe p M Woman's Club TRAFFIC(Continued STUDY from Page. .1)

AND MRS. STANLEY J. KALISCH of North Bradenton Beach N '' Four new members of diction In cases where
Shore Drive Anna Maria who have been living at City Council last week the Island Woman's Club variances to the zoning
Blytheville AFB Arkansas for several years will approved the city's 1964 were welcomed at last regulations are asked.
move later this month to March AFB California budget. week's club meeting. They Commissioner Mrs. Alma -
where Sgt. Kallsch has been reassigned.Their Estimated income was as were Mrs. Thomas J. Haynes reported she
son Richard 17, follows: Occupational licenses Kilday Mrs. Elmer G. was opposed to conslli-
recently was named Arkansas $8OOO; Fines Twist Mrs. Carl Paetzeland dation of the city's police
Outstanding Civil $1,500; Electrical permits 1 Mrs. J. W. Schoon- department with that of
Air Patrol Cadet at the $200; Plumbing : $ over. Mrs. Arthur Cole any of the other Island
state CAP wing commanders %,.. permits $250; Building another new member was cities.
conference in Little permits $750; Electric unable to attend the meet- Commissioner Harvey
Rock. i franchise $4,20O; County Ing because of illness. Meyer reported that a new
Cadet Kallsch is a mem- road & bridge tax, $5OOO; Island resident Claude A. Each new member was water line had been Installed -
ber of the BlythevilleCivil Sanitation fees, $9,200; Schutter (seated left) at a presented a corsage anda at the Bayfront
Air Patrol Squadron Cigarette tax. $10OOO; recent testimonial lunch- club yearbook by Mrs. Park. Meyer was author-
sponsored by the Dud Ca- J Pier Income. $10O and eon in his honor at the Lawrence Colby membership ized to have the roof of
son Legion Post.A Interest Income $225 fora Hotel Gladstone in New chairman.Guestsat the city pier building re-
senior at Gosnell High total of $39,425.Estimated York City. Occasion was the meeting were Mrs.E. paired.
School Richard was cho- expenditureswere Schutter's retirement after W. Calkins Mrs. Ern- Repairs were voted for
sen on the basis of his : Sanitation salaries 24 years as a project est Lundquist and Mrs. the driveway to the park-
certificate of proficiencyand $7,000; Sanitation other engineer with the General Ethel Love of Anna Maria; Ing area at the CommunityHouse.
interviews with three # expenses $2OOO; Mos- Electric Co. While work- Mrs. Agnes Reynolds of .
CAP group commanders RICHARD KALISCH quito control $500; Ing for G. E., he lived in Philadelphia; Mrs. Mable Mrs. Jim Hackney asked
and three Air Force Re- Insurance.$1.20O; Streets every state in the U. S., Lott of Holmes Beach and the commission's help in
serve officers. He will represent the state in the and roads. $6.OOO; Ad- and for a year in Brazil. Miss Emily Pabst of St. having zoning on lots she
International air cadet exchange program next sum- ministration. Salaries. Mr. and Mrs. Schutter Paul. owns on Bay Boulevard
mer. The honor Includes a 30-day tour of Europe. $3.OOO; Postage. $100; Office recently moved into their Mrs. Vernon Lamp will restored to a commercial
MRS. MARY VerMETT of Holmes Beach has supplies $200; new permanent home at head a nominating com- classification.Mrs. .
I announced the marriage In Greenville Pa. on Nov. Printing. $200; Library 528-74th Street. Holmes mittee. Other membersare Hackney was the
30, of her daughter Mary Ann to Mr. Harry Ramsey $900; Hardware minor Beach. Mrs. Frank Schroederand only one to ask questions
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.Ramsey of Greenville. Mr. repairs etc., $200; Audit Miss Marion Colman. about assessments for
and Mrs. Harry Ramsey are living in Greenville. $250; Dues $75; Signs & Mich. LegionnairesThe They- will--- choose- candi--- recent paving- on Bay-
I 1st LT. MICHAEL J. MALONEY. son of Col. and street markers $100; third annual Michi- dates for treasurer and Boulevard Bayview Drive I
Mrs. James E. Maloney Jr. of 223 Oak Avenue. Anna Transportation $600; Advertising gan Legionnaires' get- recording correspondingand and South Drive during a
Maria is one of nearly 3.00O soldiers of the 25th Youth center together will be held at financial secretaries.An public hearing for that
Infantry Division's 2nd Brigade Task Force which $400; Dc Soto Celebration the Holmes Beach Yacht election will take placeat purpose. :
began leaving Hawaii by air Jan. 25 for Okinawa to $250; Miscellaneous, Club at 1 p.m..Saturday the club's annual meet- Power
participate in Exercise QUICK RELEASE a month- $350; Lighting $2.000; Mar. 7. Ing on Mar. 4.Reservations. Squadron
long exercise scheduled to end Feb. 25. Public safety. Police salary Michigan Legionnaireswho for the Nominated as candidates
Lt. Maloney is a mortar platoon leader In Head- $4.500; Police expenses are visiting the area District Fine Arts Festi- for officers of the Island
quarters Company 1st Battalion of the division's 27th $2,000; Recreation are urged to attend the val at the Outrigger Inn Power Squadron last week
Infantry stationed at Schofield Barracks Hawaii. $200; Playground gathering to meet friends on Mar. 19, are to be were: Custis N. Gutten-
Maloney entered the Army In June 1961 following $100; Drainage $500; whom they have not seen made with Mrs. August berger commander; F.
his graduation from the U.S.Military Academy West Legal services and expenses for a long time.Complete Wagner of HolmesBeach David Boozer lieutenant
Point. N. Y. He attended Medical Lake Wash. High $1OOO; Social cost of the by Mar. 9. commander; George C.
School. Security Taxes. $500; Inspectors dinner is $3 each for roast Items for a club rum- Scherrer first lieutenant; ,
MR. AND MRS.HUNTER LEE SMALL WOOD of Fort Elect*1, $300; sirloin of beef at the Gulf mage sale on Mar. 13 and Howard Ganzemiller '
Myers recently announced the marriage of Mrs. Plumbing $300; Building Coast's most unique res- 14 may be left at the homeof secretary; Robert Moses
Small wood's daughter. Miss Norma Joyce Burnett to $500; Amortization fund. taurant. Mrs. Colby in Braden treasurer and Col. Max
Walter Wade Botkln son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. $1.5OO; Sanitation & fog- Reservations must be ton Beach. Cooler Jim Wulchet and ,
Botkln of Holmes Beach on Saturday. Jan. 4. ging trucks fund. $600; mailed or phoned to LewisC. Burt Rivers as executive
Mrs. Botkin graduated from Manatee High School Contingencies & general Bricker not later than Holmes Beach. He is a committee members. The
and was employed at the Manatee National Bank until fund. $2.10O.for a total of Feb. 27. His address is Michigan Past State Com- nominations were made at
last year when her family moved to Fort Myers 39425. P.O.Box 1365(778-1970), mander ((1959-60). a meeting on Thursday.
where she was employed by the Edison National Bank. !
Mr. Botkin has been with the Manatee National Bank
since 1952. The couple will live at 5624 Gulf Drive Smart New
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The City of Holmes Beach is now working

on a program of topping or cutting down dead HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANSCome ?tb66

trees In all the rights-of-way. The most

dangerous trees and branches overhanging in and let us discuss

the roads have been removed. your needs with you. SALAD BAR

Taxpayers money cannot be paid for tree Sizzling Steaks

service on private property; therefore we THE BANK. Sea Food

urge property-owners to take all possible Maine Lobster.tJI..1"

precautions by topping or cutting down trees Cst.tl..tJt.4 Ap.il 25. 1961
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that might cause serious damage in high wind.
On Anna Maria Island OPEN. TO THE rustic

On request the City Clerk will furnish a
HOLMES
list of bonded and Insured tree service people BEACH FLORIDA HOlMES EACH. FIOKIDAMMM
so that you, 'may obtain estimates for the work
to be done. % 77S-2551
Chester V. Crawford Mayor
'%a.h { City of Holmes Beach Ma.b..: ,....... D..&... f_... c."......... ANNA MARIA ISLANDV




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HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Schuchard Sand Bar The ISLANDER 44
Peg Hottman 166 Dick Wagner Linen Rental Bay Area Ins. 44
Roselyn Haverkos 162 Island Marine Connicks Gray's Econowash 42
?., Als l Leagues Pete Arkebauer 154 A.M.C.P. Is. Pharmacy C.P.B'combers 37
Peg Hottman 154 Lay-Z-Liv-N Bay Area Pete Reynard's 34.5
Dot Bower 153 # ft # +n
)' ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Carolyn Elrod 153 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUEIn TOP TEN GAMES
Although Bayou Marina Dot Bower 151 Island Bowling Lea- George Dykstra 246
lost;:three points In its Pat Geyer 150 gue play Monday evening. Bob Guild 238 1I
Island Mixed League Phyllis Moc 150 Island Marine Supply took Ernie Bradow 213
match with Lay-Z-Liv-N Ginny Dunham. . 147 the lead by a half point by Ed Wiese 212
i Motel, Friday evening it winning three points In Its Frank Moc 211
its first place lead. HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) match with Bay Area In- Schumaker 210
l kept scores were: Bob Dot Bower 437 surance. High scorers in Leon Stafford 208
Rsinel 213-544 for Lay- Peg Hottman 435 the match were Frank Dick Swauger 208
'Z=Liv-N. and Ed Haver- Roselyn Haverkos 424 Moc. 211-559, and Lloyd Lloyd Hanson 206
ko, 197- 498 for Bayou. Ginny Dunham 416 Hanson, 211-521. Dick Swauger 204
Other scores were: Is- Pete Arkebauer 398 Other scores were The .
: 1a ltd Pharmacy 4. Dickhfeftgner Lu Meyer 395 ISLANDER 3, Rose TOP TEN SERIES I- jjj
Realty 0.(Harvey Jo Stafford 389 Men's Club 1. (Kayo Ked- George Dykstra 621
[Meyer, 223-563; Peg Phyllis Moc 387 ing 181-524; Harvey Schumaker 588 -fr
IttOttman, 166-435). Barbara Farrell 384 Meyer, 175-506). Bob Guild 579 r' I
FSchuchard Plumbing 4, Pat Geyer 384 565
Gray's Econowash 3, Art King
*ly Area Insurance 0. VanOstenbrldge Builders Frank Moc 559
fan VanOstenbrldge 183- HIGH GAMES (MEN) 1. (Emmett Smalley 189, Hank Barber 554 TEEN QUEEN candidates at the Island Teen Club
.7)). Bob Guild 259 Wally Gray, 483; George Ed Wiese 549 Friday evening. Left to right Donna Rook Cheryl
Anna: Maria City Pier 4, Bob Guild 235 Dykstra 246-621). Dick Swauger 546 Ladd. Margaret Davis. Dawn Cavendish and Mary
jnnick's TV Service O.clenn Harvey Meyer 223 Pete Reynard's Rest- John Holmes 539 Dobbe. The Teen Queen for 1964 will be chosen at
Safford 192-536; Bob Reinel 213 aurant 3,Tropical Vista 1. the Teen Queen Ball at the Island Youth Center
atck Connick 186-522). Chick Chapman 2O5 (Leon Stafford, 208-549; TEN LOW GAMES Friday evening. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Linen Rental Service 2, Bob Guild 198 Bob Guild, 238-579). Russ King 96
_J & K Hardware 2.(Chick Ed Haverkos 197 Schuchard Plumbing 3, Elmer Twist 109 A. M. Garden Club High Twelve Club
Ohapman 205-485; Lloyd Frank Moc 195 Bayou Marina 1. (Ed Russ Guild 112
"' Hanson 173-491)). Byron Arkebauer 193 Wiese, 212-549; Ernie Jim Ayers 113 Mrs. Jim Marley will Ladles' Day will be observed -
\ .Island Marine Supply 2, Glenn Safford. . 192 Bradow 213, Hank Barber LaMoine Baker 117 demonstrate flower arranging at the meeting of
\(Sand Bar 2. (Bill Gibson 554). Elmer Twist 119 at the meeting of the Island High Twelve
,183-485; Byron Arke- HIGH GAMES (MEN) Anna Maria Electric 3, Wally Warner 121 the Anna Maria Garden Club, to be held at the
bauer 193-479). Bob Guild 692 City Pier Beachcombers John VanOstenb'ge 121 Club to be held at the Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat
: LEAGUE STANDINGS Harvey Meyer 563 1. (Gene Moss 180, Walt Roy Ferguson 122 Anna Maria Community noon Thursday. Feb.
Bayou Marina 59.5 Frank Moc 555 Sparks, 180,Charlie Weaver Fred Frost 124 House at 2 p.m.. Wednesday 13, with wives and guests
LMnen Rental 52.5 Bob Reinel 544 495; Art Schumaker, Feb. 19. of members to attend. P.
Island Pharmacy 51 Glenn Safford 536 210-588). Next Week's Schedule Mrs. Marley also will I). White of Dradenton will
Schuchard Plumbing Dick Connick 522 Econowash ISLANDER assist members in making entertain the group.
A.M.City Pier47.5 Ed Haverkos 498 LEAGUE STANDINGS Schuchard Tropical Vista arrangements. Anyone The following Thursday.
I Bay Area Insurance 46 Aaron VanOstenb'ge Island Marine Supply 55.5 Bay Area Ins. Roser M.C. interested is asked to take Feb. 20. John Potts of
1 Dick Wagner Realty 46 Lloyd Hanson 491 VanOstenb'ge Bldrs. 55 Pete Reynard City Pier her own materials. Sarasota will show a film
.&K Hardware 44.5 Bill Gibson 485 Bayou Marina 53.5 A.M.Elec. Island Marine All members are urged giving the highlights in a
Bar 43.5 Chick Chapman85. . Tropical Vista 46.5 VanOstcnb'ge Bayou Mar. to attend the meeting to number of sports such as
40 Roser M.C. 46.5 receive their programsfor football, basketball, golf
ISand Marine Supply 37.5 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Schuchard Plumbing 45.5 READ the club's flower show baseball, swimming and
'lEI TV Ser. 35 Bayou Marina B&K Hdw. A.M. Electric 45 THE ISLANDERANNOUNCEMENT to be held In March. water skiing.
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1 r SS If kite SaudiAPARTMENT DIRECTLY ON THE Park GULF BEACH

Gulf
This is to announce that we have sold our AI1-U4 MOBILE HOMES

i U interest In the COQUINA 12th.RESTAURANT as of ....... .... .... .s.ls Ate.wd.I I .i... .. T........ N ti sr
I Wednesday, February
j CERTIFIED MSm We want to extend our most sincere thanks -.c....... H" SIrM/.i.+r1 C..... 0. ItADIKTOH IIACH
[EXCELLENT mSm mm and appreciation to all of our customers for
, their faithful support during our ownership.We Water Softeners and Filters
|by FUcUa Ho CoI.sl.n I j |-2 BEDROOM Elgin
t value the friendships made, and hope
c; Cell 778.2577 I BFFICIBNCIBSi BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
that our friends will visit us at our home at
|i For lU-rrofion HEATED POOL-TV 108 Maple Avenue, Anna Maria. rUttY CUAftAMTIID

6504 Gulf Drive. Anna Maria Island. Fla. J Sincerely, BONDED & INSURED

Watt & 1a'uta 778-1466 744-5142
DEEP SEA FISHINGABOARD 7agaic toY rNluln


THE ADMIRALS DR. CHARLES A. WEAVER

SPECIAL OFFER

TACKLE AVAILABLE- G I.t.... ./p.4I.1. plcS prt1..... .. .,. W /. .If., ..rtlt..t.t. CH..O..ACTO..
fr.. *.rvl Ic. ..4 k e..., pri I... W. will lift p1....,.
LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD ..d s..t.t...,. ., ..11I.. L.t .s .'......IfyCONTOACTORS .11.1 ys
... I.4... ._111.. .r .,.... ..s .,.......... .r..I.II, .1.pt.d FFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE
phone 7782726a.m. f. y..r 4..t..1 pn.._...t .......,..,., Dr4U...11

4 INTCHIOH DrCO"ATOnf-
leaves :00 from CORTEZTRY NOTCI iAncc OnD!:". ala DISCOUNTS 778-2414

driftwood galleries 7702 PALM DRIVE HOLMES BEACH

Cort.. R..
tr' FOODLINER

Old
milwaukee forFast Quality & Variety


w,., and THIS WEEK'S SPECIALSSTEWING

ConvenientHOME

BREWED FOR THAT : MCNl,..] Lfc." A......*.Lk.. ..........................111
TABLE KING: H..kl'... lK.**k H.H .* WK.U M_Lk.. ...4l
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE % BOSTON BUTT PORK STEAK-Lh.. ...........................431
LARGE: CMEEH-3 011-L.-l 2 -!.*. O 4_-2/.,........... 4V/
LOAN TABLE KING: C.*. *-I4 O.. IU tU, ... ..,.....IN.LN$34$
OXYGEn< InHALAnT I ICA COFPEt-Lk.. .................................................." .

Service! WH RH5KRVB TIIK/ RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIK5

forFIRST Wt fliv GOLD BOND st..ps
YOUUUKE
THE MANYADVANTAGES REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS
HID
I AIRflLIFE ERMIE CA $IMA. P..*. ANNA MARIA, 77$.*lfl)

anllEmERGEnY Of OUR MOIBNO ANNA MARIA ISLAMO TIDES

? N-& LOANS 'I..UARYH'' //. -LOW-
p"- IJ Tfcvr Iit4 ,... '.2 11171 p. 2.J 4.O4..0.3 107 r3 0..
-V USE 14 ".1 lilt p<. I.] ..... *, 3 -- 0.4 3.33 0.7
"T. : PALMETTOFEDERAL IS S.1110. __ 2.I tiSI$ *- ... 7104..0.3 ..4 p 0.'
20 !b* $S.OO ;;; % < 1 U S..w leM 1.9 2.17 ,.. 1.3 7.35.w .0.1 7i44 M 0.4
17 Msw 1131 -- 1.7 7,44 *- 1.1 "0'_M 0., .... p. 0.2
.1i c..., ...,. Oiyg.. is l.ditat.d .r ,.,.h.. I. T.. ,02- 1.4It r /.S *.13 .. 0.4 h$4 M 0.1IUX8day.FebrUUy
19 >i5.id .." .. 1.1 ).S. .- I.9 a.S3 s.s 0.. $III 14 r- .01
FM c-: ... .4 a..d.w..w....... e44 ___ ..i.,... ..w.,. 111.x..41..1. .
CALL Cap Wilkes 778-1434 SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION .. -4... ...... .-4 .1. ..,.u.S. .. I.. /N..sdiwe.'
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE Hibiscus Festival Baptist Revival Science Lecture Lenten LecturesCarl

BERNARD MISSION Notice Is hereby given that an Roser Women's Guild Revival services at the There will be a free pub- Scott of Holmes
election will be held on Tuesday
(Roman Catholic) March 10. 1964. from 7OO A.M. to will hold Its annual festi- Island Baptist Church will lic lecture on Christian Beach will present a ser-

R... Francla F. Wl.mllUr 7:00 P.M. at the City Office Holmes val In the fellowship hall begin on Wednesday Feb. Science at the Bradenton ies of Lenten Lectures

MASS: electing Beach. Florida a Mayor for two the(2)purpose Aldermenfor of of the church from 11 a.m. 19, and will continue City Auditorium at 3 p.m., entitled "TheMessage

SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30: terms of two years,one(l)Alder- until 4 p.m.* Friday Feb. through Friday Feb. 28. Sunday Feb. 16, under the Stands Through All The

WEEKDAYS: 8 am man Clerk for, and a a term City of Marshal.one- year Registration a City- 21. A sandwich luncheonwill Evangelist will be the sponsorship of the First Ages at the Roser Memorial -

HOLY DAYS: 8 am books will be open until 1OOP.M.. be served from 11 to Rev. ;James Leon Elmore Church of Christ Scientist Community Church

6 pin March must file 6.with 1964.the Candidates City Clerk for prior office to 2 by Group 2, under the pastor of the Holt Baptist of Bradenton. RalphW. with the first lecture to

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: 1 o'clock P.M.,Tuesday February 18. direction of Mrs. Ruth Church of Tuscaloosa Cessna of Boston will take place at 10:15 a.m.,

WEDNESDAYS: 730: pin 1964. Pauline H. Archer. City Clerk Clough and Miss Marion Ala. Services will begin be the lecturer using as Sunday Feb. 16. They will
2-13. 20 ft 27. '64 Colman. each evening at 70.clock. his subject "Christian take place in the bay tran-

Harv.y Memorial Church UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Mrs. Max Cooler and except on Sunday when Science Faces Reality. sept of the church each

(Non-D.nom(national) Mrs. William Gray will services will be at the Everyone is welcome. Sunday during Lent.

Bradnton Bach payment required head a food and bake sale regular hours of worship

B... A. W, Simms 8 -$1.00-mlnlmum-SO* by Groups 4 and 6; and an 10 a.m. and 6:30p.m. Everyone

SUNDAY: LOTS FOR SALEi: ;; Gull Front. $1O.- apron booth will be In is welcome at the
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 000; 77th St. Canal $4.OOO; 75th St. charge of Miss Edith Os- services.
73rd St.. $3.000.JOHNB.
Canal. $3.500;
10:30 a. m. Church Service. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate borne and Mrs. D.H. Clay 1
116 81.' Strt. 778-2554.. Woman's Club
Chrlatl Scl.. Servlco Broker for Group 3. Group 5,
t c ,
RIiUI'JlOJ.j;; I IKlNva; :>0 '" e<1 I;>
A. M. CotwllllUftlty Hou.oSUNDAY up; overstuffed chairs SlOup.Everything headed by Mrs. Walter Directors of the Island
for the rental.Patten Furniture Elliott will have a handi- Woman's Club will meetat
: 1315 Cortex Rd. W.:Block westof 14th
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN Street. Phone 747-1376. work booth and a sweet- the home of Dr. ;Jane
FOR SALE Dy Owne.Ga"'I..onlLot. heart booth under the Carboni and Mrs. Mary t
SCIENCE SERVICE. 10O :x 1OO Concrete Sea Wall
City Water and Artesian Well. Paved direction of Mrs. Eugene DeMattla 112 -78th St., I
Gloria Del i Evangelical Street. Fine location In Holmes Beach. Cox will offer shellcraft. Holmes Beach at 1 p.m., I

Lutheran Church PHONE 778-130. candy cut flowers jewelry Monday Feb. 17.
FIRE ExtlnguUher Sale:>> it Service.Frank .
R.". L..t.r M.. Ut.. Pastor 778-1431. and
Beard. a treasure chest.
SUNDAY: FOR SALEj t I'r:. a Trailer and Mrs. Cliff Fletcher and Roser Men's ClubA 1
727-7th St.Gulf
Cabana. See at Park.
9:15 am Church School. or Call Owner at 77a-InORi* Mrs. Ronald Archer will meeting of the Men's New home on Magnolia Avenue Anna Maria recently

10iO: am The Service. OPEN ONLY WET; BOAT$7.9O STORAtiLi; available the- operate a white elephant Club of Roser Memorial purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Morgan of New 1

11:10:: :am Choir Rcht.'oU5.1l. BAYOU at MARINA:INC..r rrN'.t: ; So.. booth. Church will be held at the Jersey from Robert Whitehead of Holmes Beach. The 1

Ann Marts Call 778-242T. The church church Wednesday sale was handled by George real
' Longbeot. Island Chop I FOR SALEi Waterfront home with anniversary at 7:30p.m., Wagner registered t
(Hon.O..lfMltlonol) Income. Centrally located In Holmes plates also will be on sale. Feb. 19. Archie estate broker of Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo)

FRIDAY Beach. Shown by appointment only. Everyone is invited to attend McFadden will show col-
: Call Owner at 778-1642. II
10:00 am FOR SALES Good Fireplace Wood. the festival and to ored slides and coffee Ii I
Prayer at
Group Call KEN FELLOWS. 7782894. after take their friends. All and doughnuts will be i
Home of Wilfred LcPajje. 4:V> ,m.ciency .
will be welcome. w.a
FOR RENT New I-DeUroom Em- served.
5230 Gulf of Mcx.( Dr.
Apartments wCentral heat tair
SATURDAY Close beach ft t it-
: conditioning. to -
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shopping. By month season or year. t'Home
1:00 Adult Choir. \ .
: pin Reasonable rates. 778-1831. or write .0 II

SUNDAY: I'E Uoni 1167. Holmeii Beach. .
4A TIONS on all klnUn of Cluth-
9:15: am Church School. Ing. Alao Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs.Frank 'tl4
10:50: am Church School for Bard! Phone 778-1 4JII.YIIAR +s
AROUND PROI'L.KTY MAIN-
Kindergarten & Primary. TENANCEt MOWING. TRIMMING I

11:00 am. Worship Service & EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISH -
hO.: WINDOWS WASHED ft OILED.
Sermon Wh.l t We Ought TclUlleve PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus

About Go,,. REASONABLE RATES..References.
KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894
after 4ijo: P.M. 210 "asth" St. II. 1\.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ISLANDER riiuru::'i AS a..erncetoour
M.". L.. HatUft. Pailor readers we can furnish 5x7 Inch LOVELY NEW WATERFRONT HOME at 826 South
enlargements of any picture appearing ,
THURSDAY: In The ISLANDER for only l.23each. Bay Boulevard Anna Maria recently completed for

9:30: am Lamplighter Class Call 1'01SA 778-2031 E.S7,.: or Ford top Country at the! office.Squire' at 514-71st Street Holmes Beach recently Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Sargeant of Lakeland. Built

707 Hay IMvd. 9-paaaenger Station Wagon.Runs very purchased by Mr. and Mrs. John H. Compton of on a 20O-foot-wide waterfront site by S. Norman .'

SUNDAY: well.. See. ,. .at.:S7O8 Holmes.Illvd... .or call. Washington, D. C. from Mr. and Mrs Lewis C. Rosedale of Anna Maria the home has an unexcelled b
77" t .n. ")00 or "a. an off.I'
t 8:45 am Sunday- School. I-UK SALE OK THuCt 1963Chrl.Crsft : Bricker of Seaside Gardens. Sale was negotiated by view of the open waters of Tampa Bay. Peggy Moore .

10:00 am Worship Service. Sea Skiff. 183 HP Inboard C. V. I Hottman associated with Dick Wagner. Realtor and Ralph Parrlsh of Parrish Realty handled the sale "
1'' (60 Hours) Completely Equipped. Top -of the site. (ISLANDER PHOTO t
:5:30: pin Concord Choir. C nna t!II nn Phone 775. of Bradenton Beach. )
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((2:30; : Service. n '' room tuna
i : pin Worship Sofa: ; pod T'II;; .. Phone 778-11117. READ
PP MONDAY: SALE Oval Braided Hu*.-- j
7:10: pm Cottage I'rayer Ml Large.. ..Medium and Two Small SeaTH E I ISLANDER
on hl Call 778-2331.
Till:SIM Y: L LflflCHIJlOnT DEVELOpmEnT CORPORflTIOfl]

7:00 pin Choir Rehearsal. ?fIit & 1Ze7 fLdte
WED(;I THROUGH SA T.I : aHt .

T Ti i 7:00 pm Revival Services. BUILDING & MASONRY 57'4 7'I U/ T4

( Ro." Memorial Church CONTRACTINGAnna 7
(Nor.D.*.....l not I lonal I) Presents - -
"... nieharrf K. Wiee'''. Maria 7782557ALL
P..t.t

IHURSDAY: TYPES of JOB and COMMERCIAL

( 11:00: am' Group J at home PRINTING Th.

of Miss Edith ()d u..c...

3:15>> pm Cherub Choir. ALTMAN PRINTING

0:30: pm' Junior Ch,>>u.

7:30:: pm Senior.. Choir.'
1322 6th Ave. W. Bradenton Phone 745-9601
SUNDAY: (I Holy 1 >>1 Communion" , ) lace:

t UOO am' \-/onh'I'Ser\1r.' ... (Leave Copy at ISLANDER Office) d

10:00 am' Sunday School
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11:15: am' Worship Service1 ATTENTION ! GULF DRIVE
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!):::10 pm' Fellowship. Supper. -
CO.OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS:
tOO! pm Fellowship Program. PARENTS !

7:00 pm Senior & Intermediate e- .. --- 8It1I EMI M nut w....tale N III afi/

1 Youth: Fellowships.MONDAY Civic Minded Citizens! HOLMES BEACH

ANNA MARIA ISLAND
10:00 am Group. YautlsRut.,
HNL.ISTMHNT of MHMDKKS1UP and Election
TtUSU: Y:
r of the 1Q64 Board of Directors of the Anna
t $:OO pm Group 7. at Chutch
Maria .Inland, Youth Center Compliance with
WEDNISDAY: 's
the Charter. 8 P.M. TUESDAY FKB. I 18, at
,
7:30: pm Hoard of( I ducat Ion. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
the l Inland Youth Center Magnolia) Avenue
7:30: pm M.Cluh..
Anna Maria.

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(Cpl.c.p.l) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

)*.... O ..U K. l..... H..tt BEACH
THURSDAYS BAY FRONT

.00 am Holy I'uchatist.FIRST . THE 100% CO-OPERATIVE PLAN
BENDIX 200 x 575
SUNDAY IN LINT:

:00 am Holy Eu<"h..ut. Near Public Beach FEATURING - -

10:30 am Family lueharlst .1 LAUNDRY & Manatee Ave.

Sermon Church School. & DRY CLEANERS Real GoodInvestment .00 t... ...._t. c..1. B..et.. Sw.et ..1.... 0..'_. .. Sa..p C.,1e, ._. Au c&. .... ......
04 T......._ A...._... = CNI.f, P..e Ottss. sa.ue.i C-.I Au Cawiatl.e.w4Oe4e..1
WCDNFSDAY: .., L D..ta.l, l1.st...:.. t..
7:00 am Holy Eucharist Buy at ac.-4 1\41c-ea. ...,... ...._. 14Vta.w.. se..... a.-... .....

7:30 Etentong & Medi, $1 2.500 a.-.a ..!*.. Cl...t. C.t1.. A......... .... Tbe.. o..64e Trt ... fl*_. TV-......
pm .. ,.... ..... C...._. .
tat ion, ............ a.- r f.s..s.. . Aa.c-I: ....1_.- TV Aa__
TERMS Peal aty .. s..h 4. C_...l .
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ATTEND THE CHURCHOF
Coll Bob rata ..__. ....._
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Lowery . .. .. ..... .
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77 2295 rep ti.u..ase-.... rail ,. .. su.. cae.. 0.-.
YOUR CHOICE 744.0411 .......::. La.1.. ..::.. w ......


ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC 205 Gulf Drive N
Llceft..4 Elec'col l BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor

Cull DrU c..c.of PU.... Av.ftve 8r denton B.ach Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable,

L. (ROY) FERGUSON
FREE PICKUP o- I
PHONES D.y 77S.2I4J Sales Representative Phone 778.1611Page
Night 778-705? DELIVERY SERVICE t. ..



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' SLAND REAL ESTATE I


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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
BUILDER OF HOMES Duplex EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
i. INSURANCE COMPANY Houses suitable for Island
Si-c. 1197 climate and conditions. IDEALLY LOCATED
Infect y.r Reel ,state /......,.....r Remodeling. Additions & Close to fine sandy beachat
Trustarthyestl"at.s 204 66th DICK
Repairs. -- Street.
52* 12th Sr West MADCNTON. FLA.h.... 743-4541 given. Holmes Beach. Live in
NORMAN ROSEDALEAnna
Maria 778-1410 one apartment and rent
the other for added in- WAGNER
come. You will get a
The ONLY Sub-Division with
good buy in this furn-
OWNERTransferred ished duplex for ONLY

NO For Sale Signs 14500. Shown only. by appointment ?REALTOR

WILL SACRIFICEINEW 529 Key Royal Dr.
BUT We are doing Our Bestto Three-Bedroom.
We have for sale one of
Two-Bath Canalfront the area's finest homes.
have a Model or two Home. Many Unusual Lovely 100 foot WATER
FEATURES, includingsome FRONT LOT. Double
Ready for inspectionat Fine Furnitureand carport; large screened
your Drapes.WE porch overlooking the
CAN OFFER YOUan water. GOOD FISHING
all times OUTSTANDING Buyon RIGHT from YOUR OWN
this Quality Home. SEAWALL. Many nice
features. Let us show

t 1 George Wagner you.ment Shown only. by appoint-


REALTYIsland Call Ralph Parrish

JACK HOLMES, Realtor Shopping Ce>ntr or Peggy MooreParrish
Aaaeeiel*
PHONE 778.2444
Or WRITE BOX 1012 Realty
OWNER WANTS OFFER ANNA MARIA P.O. Plato Anno Maria 2 Blocks from Holmes Beach Shopping Center--Two
C...C. ..*.... R... *.II.. Bedrooms Aircondltloncd Living Room Electric
CANALPRONT--Three or Four Bedrooms 778.1902
; 778-2121
All..n Pike. Acsectet Kitchen-Aluminum Screened Porch Extra Large
Bath 011 Heat Well Fenced-In Back Yard--
-Deep -
Three Baths; Florida Room; Central Heat;
Price ONLY $15,3OO-$4.OOO Down. Assume Mon.I .

Double Garage; Swimming Pool and Many For those persons interestedin
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securing really excellent valuesin
Many Extras including Furniture & Covered 1'<'
lots and houses HOUSES NEW i
Boat Dock.
IT'S' OUTSTANDING 'AND OLD -

LET ME SHOW YOU Yte._ this is the time to investigatelSEE .0

JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED

REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES i RENTALS
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333

SISLER 4, DUDLEY B_fce..*ele...n-77.-?ISM
I ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA

Jack's Beach Homes w .

CANAL FRONTTHIS
HOME and INCOME TWO 2-Bedroom. Completely furnished Homes
Only 100 feet from the Beach. Good Ilental Record.
t Two-Bedroom Unfurnished Home. Close to Gulf. Oil (Heating.! Ample Room for Expansion. Price--
Pleasant Living Room... A Screened Porch plus ONLY $29.000 for all. or S13.OOO for each home I
an Open Porch. .. Large Kitchen...Carport and GOOD TERMS BY OWNIU2 \.

Garage. .. ; .. ,..,. .
ALSO has extra lot with two-room housekeeping a- .
w apartment which has a screened porch and two :
motel rooms each with private bath and separate
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entrance. Purnlshcd. -

NICELY LANDSCAPED GROUNDS.


Two-Bedroom. Ultra-Modern. Tile-Roofed $26,500Shown
Home with Large Glassed Florida Room. On large
seawalled lot In Best Section of Holmes Beach. by appointment only

$13.995KEY
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MAHAR Real Estate
ROYALE
RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER

7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
Bedroom Homo at 270H Avenue C, Holme Beach.
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tw urnUhcd. Lot SO x 1OO.Tile Il.tttt. Electric Kitchen
Oil Heat. Taxes *4S. Price fll.OOO. Mortgage of
S7,4OO can be assumed. Monthly payment only $sh..r .



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EXCEPTIONAL la the word for this Ultra-
Modern Home at 608 Baronet Lane. Key Royale.
SELDOM:: does the home buyer have the opportunityto At End of' Chilson Ave., Anna Maria
acquire a new home that has been put togetherwith
such laving care and selectivity and which is BRAND NEW HOME on Lo with 202 feet of
set among Palms and Banyans on a large canal Seavalled CANAL FRONTAGE Three Large TWIN OUPLFJC Al'AR T"'BNTSa Each ban
front lot of exceptional beauty. Bedrooms: two tiled baths; intercom apartment
system; bedroom with twin or double bed; full tiled bath;
Central Heat and Over-Sired '
Air Conditioner
; all-electric Kitchen living room with dining area;
OWNERS must return north and offer this excitingnew 10x24 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floors central heating and air conditioning All Furniah
home unfurnished but including dozens of thruout; Completely Insulated; Connect loo* PRICKS J2SrVX>--Cood Financing Available.
extra features that help to make a house HOME! for Washer and Dryer.S2Z5QO .

YOUR TERMS See REALTOR
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JACK
MARSHALL Rult.r
WRITE KEN TOUT. HOLMES BEACH 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
CALL 77H-2725 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464



12 THE ISLANDER Thursday. February 13. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I II


I I IMAGINE!!! ABU Call 778-2012 novv in stock

R. C. SCHUCHARD
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Completing &ola u M-M/f
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR

J S 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH

IN T PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES.PUMPS, REPAIRS AND PLUS OIL-I WATER

3s 3 1 1s 0 Huffinc's Standard Service ti CRYSTAL IN YOUR OWN

P 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE THATS ALL!
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: :.' CALL 778-1771 -, CANDLESSI.29SNIFTERS$1.00

\ t night 778-1440 ; .r'
Anna Maria Island's Only

t1.laundry LICENSED DEALER Sun ay Hours: 9 5
_' Free Gift & Mail Wrap
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finished BuickRamblerDodgeDodge.DartPlymouth ... addkb
(2tE'"o De .. Lending Library
a' -or'e '(y -W Sbirby .wI I.A,, DwytK ....
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M co'\'"'op$1tHolmes e Complete Stock rose mario reid


Beach Coin-Laundry TRANSISTOR - "SUMMERTIME"
Classic sheathscoopneckline
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CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE ... !tJ
;; TABLE RADIOS
r Jy deep stretch back

HANDY DANDYOPEN '
71,0''' .4'' I

COLOR TV vAr ELASTICIZEDSHARKSKIN
7 AM.9 P.M.
EVERY DAY Demonstration AvailableBe
ISLAND Prepared Sizes: 10.16S1800
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 DON'T MISS THE BEATLES

ISLAND TV 778-1703

FIBER BAIT Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 4r


BUCKETSwith .: WARM WEATHER WEAR ,$4kR
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'" Li yowaly 1 r Phone
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NEW SHIFTS-Just Received-Pockets- pion 778-1161
lid Button or ZipperSMLXL2.98 to $5.98 ;tGa sww r rr.n S r o.n.n'e

SHORTS-New Styles-men's & women's

$2.98 to $4.98 O ' ?IteWe Z ow Ow.c
Shirts-Blouses-Beach Coats & Towels
Holmes Itich Supplies Inc. Childrens Outfits-Terry-Cotton-Dacron Jewelry 5 Shell Craft
WE HAVE ALL THE MATERIAL
778-1131 ISLAND"VARETY"sTORi"778l02lMOTOR ]

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

WE RENT -'t'HG liDS-$AT outs eAutoOwnersO @ g s,. 7781020WANT
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Linen Rental. Service 778-14772
214.54th St. Holmes BeachPJROGRESS BOAT AND TRAILERINSURANCE

A BARGAIN?


\ N Check! Our sac Tool CounterKEEP
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I No community can continue to grow and prosper LOOKING-YOU'LL FIND IT
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without assurance that it will hove on adequate 1 ALSOCOMPLETE

supply of fresh,pure water.That is our responsibility
LINE of
Auto-Own Boat Insurance
i: on Anna Mar Island - to make certain that our i :: compl.t.ty protectsyour -
trail.r motor and boat
customers of today, and those of tomorrow, have an on the road.Fire and theft STANLEY
and collision protection
unending source of water at the I lowest possible cost, tor. your boating invest- DRAPERY & CURTAIN
m nt. For complete pro-
tection tailored to your
boating Auto-Owner needs.Insurance call your RODS & ACCESSORIES

Manatee County Water Agent today.
Company W E DELIVER 778-2811
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w (INCOtrOAATlD) OPEN ilL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS


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