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: March 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00214
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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UNIVERSITY or FLORIDA

P.K. VON E LIBRARY OF FLOR> OA HISTORY I

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAThe






slander





ii' THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


'c'- Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.




643 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Holmes Beach Election TuesdayMarch 10 I






Twist, Holmes, Shell, Tritt Archer, Stafford And
'The Silver Whistle'Casting I
Fellows On Ballot--Write-In Campaign RumoredThe

has been completedfor
annual election In Veteran Clerk Mrs.
". city City
"The Silver Whistle the ad ; rc 4WORLD'S
v m.
Holmes Beach will take place Pauline Archer also Is running
Island Players' third and final
production of Tuesday, Mar. 10. with polls with no opposition, and City
open at the city office from Marshal Leon Stafford will be
the according -
season to 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Voting will opposed for the fourth time by

be by machine. Ken Fellows.
Helen Peters, ,
Elmer G. Twist will run for There have been rumors
who will direct 4' 1
the third play mayor unopposed. Three for- however, that in view of the

for the third mer aldermen Merrill M. expected light vote due to lack

in a row. Tritt John E. Holmes Jr. and of contests, a strong but quiet
year The three-act F. Bouvard Shell are the only write-in campaign has been

three candidates for the three discussed and may be carried
m c
Robert McEny HELEN PETERS open seats on the board of on. There are more than 700

aldermen. registered voters In the city.
roe will open a five-night run

at on the Tuesday Anna Maria evening CommunityHouse. April 7, Gulf Drive Still Open To Traffic .


Attention of Island residentsover hearing last week. Reportedly
Featured in the 14membercast the past weekend was however Irs.Schwepc denied

will be John Taylor in the FAIR HOUSE at Key Royale now well under way. focused on the area near the her threatened action was in

role of Oliver Erwenter and The home will display the very latest In building materials intersection of Gulf Drive and any sense a retaliation againstthe

Mrs. Taylor (Prudy) as Miss design and furnishings and will be open to the public for 18 33rd Street in Holmes Beach. city because of the zoning
Tripp. The Taylors are from
months from May 15 to November. 1965. It is being built by Mrs. William Schwepe owner matter.
Sarasota and are newcomersto Richmond Construction Corp.. which was authorized to make of property on the south Mrs. Schwepe on Monday

the stage of the Island design changes adapting it to Florida climate and conditions. aide of 53rd Street oppositethe applied In writing to the city

Players although both are Island Bank, threatened to for a permit to build a fence
well known for their roles in block that of Gulf Drive around the
portion curve on her prop-
Public
Defender's
other :area productions. Talley Seeking Job which she claims runs throughher erty and also around a small

Anotner newcomer DarrellHenry Walter R. T a II e y. Public practiced law in Bradenton property. The Holmes triangular piece of ground on
will take the part of the Beach Board of Aldermen met the opposite aide of Gulf Drive
Defender for the Twelfth Judicial since 1953. He is past preol-
Rev. Mr. Watson. Ir.llenry'svoice Circuit has announced his dent of the Manatee County Friday to consider the matter which she claims is part of
is a familiar one to
and Instructed Police ChiefW. her
listeners. candidacy for election to that Bar Association a member of property.
WORD office, subject to the Demo- the Florida Bar Association Snooks Adams to remove Tuesday evening,at the meet-
t
Ruth (Mrs. Emmett)Smalley any barricade placed In the ing of the board of aldermen
cratic Primary on May 5. and Phi Alpha. Delta Le alFraternity. -
will or-tvtra. --
play.thepan' Talley 38-year-old Bradenton =- tie Is admitted vo aTO'atmrruevrrattic. Attorney James Wallace a.ked"for
Sampler; Irma (Mrs. Bruce) before all Florida A requested change to commercial consideration of the appll-
attorney was appointed to practice
Cox Mrs. Gross; Dr. Roy the public defender post by Courts and the Federal Dis- zoning to allow the ca t Ion on Mrs. Schwepe "
Gunther Emmett; the Rev. erection of a gas station on the behalf but the matter was
Governor Farris Bryant last trict Court. ;
Gerald K. Lowe Father Shay; property, was denied by the deferred by the board. A
July, following passage of the Talley is well known on the per-
Col. Eugene Cox. the Bishop board
of aldermen at a public mit
Marion Broderick Miss Hoad- Florida Public Defender Act Island having served as the was not issued Wednesday.

ley and Col. Edward Chandler, by the 1963 State Legislature. attorney for Anna Marla City
Mr. Cherry. His duties involve the defenseof for about eight years, and for Anna Maria Commission Meeting .

(Continued on Page 3) indigent persons chargedwith the City of Bradenton Beach Anna Marla City will soon itpot. A few motorists Just
felonies in the eight coun- for the past two years.
start a program of removingdead want to get somewhere In a
School Science Fair ty area covered by the Twelfth Talley attended Manatee' Australian
pine trees hurry and do not want to slowdown
Members of the Anna Maria Judicial Circuit. Counties included County schools and graduatedfrom from city property and from for Spring Are. Spring
School in
in the circuit Bradenton High
School PTA viewed the school are streets and roadways.The Avenue being an exit street
science fair Thursday after- Manatee Sarasota Charlotte.Lee. 1942. lie is a graduate of the city commission at Its from the city pier cltypark.
Carolinaand
of North
noon. Blue ribbon winners in Collier. Hcndry. Glades University of Florida regular meeting Monday evening Anchorage marina It Ja advisable -
the fair were Peter Schauf- and De Soto. the University voted to ue $".000 from that this street remain

hausen Lee Ann II 0 f f man, Former Manatee County Pro- College of Law.Continued. street maintenance funds for a through street."Magnolia .

Jeanne Knight John Black, and secuting Attorney Talley has ( on Page 8) the purpone. A survey of the Avenue (IGA)--a

Heather Bartling. dead tree. will begin at once. considerable improvement lot

A complete list of winners Day Of The IguanaIt Bernard Charges Dropped Commissioners emphasized noted due to diagonal parking
follows--Biological Science however that the fund would
Charges against Omer Bernard being prohibited on the south
Fourth Grade: Heather Bart- be used to remove hazardous aide of Magnolia and concrete
has become fashionableto J manager of the Manatee
ling.""Animal Phylae of The have an Iguana and thento County Beach were dismissed tree. on city property only car atop met In. If the burning

Sea Aaron"VanOstcnbr Idge, lose it, and the Island this week by Sarasota Justiceof and not on private property screen la removed from the
"The Teeth Billy Wagner. Following a dlcu.*tonof the rear parking area. rare customers -
always has been noted for the Peace George r sle5.
_
"Experiments With Seeds. necessity of purging the yoeerregl.tr.tlon well
might ue this)
keeping up with current Bernard. 48. of 63Oo Gulf
Fifth Grade Vicki Prltchard. llt. commission
: area*
trends. Drive. Holmes' Beach was
"The Horse" Kathy Boyd. Dick Wagner Jr. of Bra- arrested Friday. Police originally voted to install the same system "The Pot Office parking

"The Human Eye" Angelica dcnton Beach has lost his reported they chargedhim used by the county and by hazard was created by failureto

Lowe. "The Teeth." pet Iguana which has been with being an "accessoryafter the other two Island cities. provide off street parking on

Sixth Grade: Lee Ann Hoffman. described by Dick WagnerSr. the fact. However doc even though It will necessitatea the west aide' of Gulf Drive.

"Salt Water Aquarium;" Susan as being about 28 inches uments presented to Folcr re-rcgitratlonof all votera And It will gee worse If some

Forney."The Tooth" Michael" long and green in color and indicated that Bernard was City Attorney Walter K.Tal- action 1 I. not considered. I have

Thibodeau "The Frog. DOES NOT answer to the charged with concealing stolen ley wan Instructed to check reasons to believe the State
Physical Sciences-Fourth of with the attorney for the fa land Road Department may attemptto
Dick
name "iRgy says p rope rt allegedly money
Grade: John Black. "Tele It cannot bite is perfectly' taken from the Landmark Hotel Water Co. relative to return of prohibit diagonal parking
'
graph Douglas Ski l r r o w. harmless and Is herbivorous. at Lido Beach in a breakingand customer* deposit along Gulf Drive I sug est

"Current Detector." It eat bits of apple or entering there on Jan. 24. Police Chief George Jordan the city obtain ue of the lot

Fifth Grade: Jeanne Knight pear and for dessert prefers Frank Loee. 21, of Oneco. reported by letter on three south of the pot office which

"Focusing the Sun's Ray; hibiscus blo.aoms. or and Phillip Simm.. 20.of Bra traffic "trouble" spots In the would"provide' parking for 50
Gigi Cobb "Allusion in Col- city: "In my opinion. North cars.
even orchids, if it can find denton Beach were arrested
or;" Gary" Miller. "The Tele- them. One of the reasons it and charged with the actual Shore Drive 1* not a trouble (Continued on Page 8)AXNA )

graph; Wanda" Powers "All won't bite 1 la because Ith.1.n.t break-in and later released fw .1
About (Last two tied
Paper. any teeth. Anyone by Circuit Court Judge Robert
for third place). MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
who happen to sec the Will!. at a habea corpus
Sixth Grade: Peter Senaufhaucn. Iguana. .I* aakcd to call the hearing In Sarasota Friday.
."Electric Motor;" Delwin << T. ..f.,.... w_ ..,.....
Wagner. at 778-1464. so it Slmm formerly was employed
Bethke, "Double Pendulum. can be restored to its loved a* a lifeguard at the County tam H o A 6pm 111 ahfcb

Cigarette Tax Returns one.. Beach. 24."6* G2 64 74 .1

Returns to the Inland cities Iguana are members of All three men were represented ',b.24--f.4 70 M 73 49O .1
the lizard family, and are by Jerry Huaaey. Bra .
for cigarette taxes collected q.-I.; Lb 27-- 0 70 C4 74fcb. 59 None
during December were as follow bet known In this country denton attorney. 2""64 <:3 CO M 59 .1
for their in the
*: Anna Maria City $&3I; part motion fcb. 29--0 44 to 70I 59 MctTHe ..
picture industry. In their
Bradenton Beach. $1,392; native South America they D. SO TO ISLAND DAY + t.U' --** 72 t-4 7. 594U None
Holmes Beach SI.4IS. and i.411. 2--HJ '7C 04 77 > None
are an important item of SATURDAY. MARCH 14
the Town of Longboat Key food.
1091.



Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 5. 1964



Sense find Lmf S. I-1 '


s -by THE EDITOR .

Attendance at Tuesday even- history due to some extent to Holmes Beach Fla.
Ing's meeting of the Holmes that same votes indifference. Dear Editor:
Beach Board of Aldermen can Now through a lot of urgingby Thank you publishing let
be quite an event--often more friends three former aldermen ters and writing articles and
entertaining than a movie or have agreed to run editorials In behalf of what we
other so-called amusements. again--although a few months call fair government.
this of view is of the three would
Although point ago none I know that you have used
one obviously! not shared by a even consider it.And because valuable space in your paper
majority of the residents of the there are no contests on the that could have been used
city. Unless something extra- ballot to make voting more otherwise and I want you to
ordinary has been promisedsuch -- interesting the voter turnout
that
know we appreciate your I
as tossing an aldermanto probably will be one of the outstanding efforts in our be- .'......
the lions--a not Infrequent smallest on recordalthoughwe .:;:. ''t.:-. .,:. .1
half. You have shown the spiritof ..... ,---... "
l
occurrence in Holmes Beach would welcome being -
proved .
a true journalist by the .'r...
--the taxpayers stay away in a poor forecaster in this outstanding job that you have ...;
droves.. Apparently completely instance. done.It On truck In middle background is large concrete septic tank
indifferent. According to rumors now is our job now to see that installed this week at the Island Shopping Center to clear up
Tuesday's the there has what member of the board of aldermen
While enjoying making rounds every registered voter In a referred to as a
show we pondered on "voter been some discussion of an Holmes Beach goes to the "bad smell." (ISLANDER PHOTO)
indifference" during the read- organized write-in campaign.With polls and votes at the regular
ing of minutes and lengthy the light turnout of voters election on Tuesday Mar. 10.
reports and decided it was expected because of the lack Again I say. Thank You.
that indifference which could of contests the voters couldbe Sincerely
eventually be the undoing of responsible for another Charles A. Speer
the Democratic way of govern year of something like they For the Citizens' Comm. VOTE
ment. as we know it and have have been subjected to duringthe .
lived it.During. past year. As few as 75 to
the past year. Holmes 100 votes might swing it if onlya Hicksvllle Ohio
Beach has had the poorest few voters went to the polls. Mar. 2, 1964
administration in its 14-year DON'T LET IT HAPPEN1' Dear Editor:
My husband and I have spent
i i two weeks on your lovely Anna
Maria Island. We were therein vl T
February 1963 and again J
for a week this past February.
Some time we hope to spend
much more time there. We r II IIJ
were at the Rod and Reel ,
Motel and enjoyed our visit
there very much. They were
all very wonderful to us.
As a result we would like to
keep up with news of the Island
.,.
j' by subscribing to The Islanderfor
J FOR SOUND ADMINISTRATION
a year.
Yours very truly
Mrs. Homer N. RhodesVote ', ABILITY
EXPERIENCE
SERVICE


VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT

r M. B. (MICKEY) HARRISON

1 t r wr, t
E 2a1 y/Y.ux 1 ,.
. IL c_ FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1


L..s 4
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5thI

Do YOU live and vote in
Holmes Beach? An election will work for: Better Streets Roads & Highways-- i
IH coming up on March 10. Promotion of Industry & Tourism--Agricultural Interests
Candidates for Mayor and Progressive Beautification Programs--Lighted Parks &
Aldermen are not opposed.The Playgrounds for Youth & Adults More State & Federal
temptation is to say: Matching Funds--Closer Relationship of County & City
"What's the use of my voting? Governments r e c t Communication Between County
They arc sure to get inl I 11 Commission & Citizens--AND--A Full Dollar's Value for
stay home!I" Every Dollar Spent.
DON'T! PLEASE DONTI
If you despise what the My Qualifications: Knowledge of County Government by
? arrogant dictators have doneto Service as a Member of the Park. Beach & Recreation
: '- ; your city in the past year Commission (12 years)--Member of the Jury Commission
b-: tell 'em by your vote for the ((3 years)--Member of the Board of School Trustees
"reform" candidates.Did (12 years)Member of the Chamber of Commerce.
y4\ + a i the "stealing" of Attended Local Schools & University of Florida--A Baptist
streets from the people Deacon & Treasurer of Church ((20 years)--Lifetime
(which means YOU)make youa Knowledge of Manatee County--PLUS an Ability to Work
little ill? Then vote to let With People.
*cm knowl
I\ndthe "scheming and con --YOUR VOTE ANDSUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED--
niving," admitted by one of
.
Pid Political Advrrtinrmrnt
s e cy i ir
s ii them did that make you wantto
----
adopt the slogan, "Throw
the rascals outl! *? Your vote The Islander
NOW will do the next best
thing. It will help keep the An Independent Weekly. published. every Thursdayby

rascals out for years to THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
come.
Some used their office for 314 Pin Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.

personal gain; to favor EDITOR........................._........STEVE KIMBALL
friends; to i Ignore peopleyou -- ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
and me, homeownersand --
cater to moneyed individuals MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737, Anna Maria. Florida.
rather than to all just TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
plain folks. Your vote will
denounce such flagrant SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S. 3.50
abuses of the highest officeson per year; 52 for six months. Can.ad.J..ORJD..,
the local level within the $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: "
power of the people to bestow. $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten '-" .?
percent for consecutive insertions Q ...
Above all, let's give the .
..
incoming administration if paid by tenth of following month +

such an overwhelming vote National or agency placed advertising, f
of confidence that they will $1.26 per column Inch. t1Ut ON
ixmcu Brcsnni '
Hrasimmts
tackle the mess left to them .tJY -..
CI.OSING TIME: NOON TUESDAY
with encouraged and heartened -
Bfc.Suhfi.lo VOTE devotion. It l. a mesa Entered a* Second Class matter under
inherited from those who the Act of March 3. 1879.
dare DOC run for office again.
..... --............d.p.._.. MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER



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March 5, 1964 TilE ISLANDER. Page 3

CAST(Continued:>> CHOSEN from. Page. 1) Epsilon Alpha Island School PTA assistant Donald L.to Wright the presidentof (at left), 8 am to 8 pm W..kday* .

Others in the cast will Members of Epsilon Alpha Program at the meetingof New College who will 8 am to 2 pm Sundays
be Jack Marshall as Mr. Chapter. Beta Sigma the Island School PTAon speak at the Kiwanis Can-
Beach; Jim Eddowes as Phi attended a lecture and Tuesday evening.Mar. adian Night Mar. 11.Mr.
Mr. Reddy; Connie Flem- demonstration .'1 the Art 17, will be a panel of all Wright is the finance expert WfBB'S
ing as Mrs. Hammer and Center in Bradenton last the foreign exchange students at New College.
Herman Brandt as Mr. week. Dick Wagner gave a in Manatee County. --
Beebe. demonstration of pottery Students from more than High Twelve Club
Helen Brandt will be the making showing how the 50 countries attend Am. Speaker at the regular Island Pharmacy
stage manager and Pat clay is prepared and the erican secondary schoolsfor weekly luncheon meeting 5904 Marina Drive
Huber will design the set. use of the potter's wheel a year each to learn of the Island High Twelve
"The old dog crawled a- making several different something about the Unit- Club to be held at the 778.1 11-Hlt.I 778-2075
way to die and hid among shapes of vases ashtrays ed States. The teenagerswho Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat j. o. MESS pt.-eca.
the thistle. Then joy and and other objects.He also come to America are noon Thursday Mar.

youth came back to him on demonstrated the glazingand between 16 and 18,and are 5, will be E. Jay Decker 'f0. ..::::;. :\ ... ....
the note of a silver whfs- decorating of pottery. open-minded and eager to ruM who is with the office of .
tle." In the feeling of this Following the demonstration learn. They are chosen the State Treasurer and '
original quotation, the the members beforehand for their ability Insurance Commissioner. HO P f ;
story of the play unfoldsas viewed the art show now and personality so that His topic will be a description '
Wilfred Tasbinder a on display at the center their experience will be an / of the activities C EN TE: R
romantically minded with many of the paintingsthe enriching one, both for of the state regarding Insurance -
tramp finds a birth certi- work of area artists. them and for those with matters as they FREE DELIVERY
ficate made out in the whom they come in contac affect the Senior Citizen.
name of Oliver Erwenter.It Library AuctionAn t. Speaker at the meetingon REGISTERED
shows that its owner is auction and sale for Homes for foreign exchange program, and how the Thursday Mar.' 12,
77. Wilfred decides to the benefit of the Longboat students arc being money is raised. will be Dorwin Dean of PHARMACISTSON
impersonate Erwenter Library will be held at the sought by the American Miss Betty Miller our Palmetto a hypnologist.
and to enter a home for Longboat Key Firehouse Field Service. There is a "American Abroad," was His subject will be"What DUTY
the aged. Saturday Mar. 14. The stipulation that the home the first student sent a- Do You Know About Meta-
AT ALL TIMES
He steals a pet rooster sale will start at 10 a.m.. must have a teenage son broad by Manatee High. physics and Hypnosis?" .
from a tramp named Emmett with the auction at 1:30 or daughter and every She spent seven weeks in Official delegates to the
and enters the home by Auctioneer Jack Oberle. member the family applying Norway. Miss Gail Shan- convention of the Florida PLASTIC
which is next to a church. A variety of articlesare must want the non from Australia: Isldro State Association of High
Being a fellow of rich imagination sought: used books student as students living de la Cruz from the Phil Twelve Clubs will be H. water pail
he takes it upon shellcraft and baked food. with families for a year ippines and Miss Velma Delos Wetmore and War-
himself to help the aged become regular membersof James from England will ren Wade both of Holmes Ideal forspring
inmates by showing them Kiwanis ActivitiesThe those families sharingin be present. Miss James Beach. The convention cleaning
r that everyone is only as Island Kiwanis Club the fun as well as the teaches French at Manatee will take place at the Outrigger -
capacity; 59
old as he feels. Under his will observe its annual duties and responsibilities High School. ( Inn in St. Petersburg llqt <
influence they regain Canadian Night at its of the families. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Saturday Mar. 7. s Vi something of their youth meeting at the Manatee Parents have the same Poe Dream Island Road with business sessions
and enthusiasm and mir- County Beach pavilion at authority over exchange( Longboat Key will enter- workshops and electionof 29t4$1.00FOLDING
aculously the grass grows 6:15 p.m., Wednesday students they do over their tain with a buffet supper new officers scheduled
green the flowers bloom Mar. 11. own children and also the preceding( the meeting on during the day plus a
.I and the trees leaf out. All Canadian visitors same responsibility forgiving Mar. 17.Honor guests will banquet In the evening.A .
Even Miss Tripp the their wives and friendsare ( them care and af- be the exchange students program for women barbecue grille
young nurse in charge of invited to attend the fection. All school fees, and the teachers at the attending has been plan-
the home becomes awareof dinner meeting with tick- lunches and books are paid Island School as well as ned for the day with the special $3.49
her role as a woman ets obtainable from any by the local AFS and the the board members of the wives of the members to Selection
and the Rev. Watson who member of the local club. high school the students local PTA. attend.7joaiei . Complete
is something of a stuffed Principal speaker at the attend. ----- TROPICALHats
shirt adopts a happier dinner will be Donald L. Miss Virginia Vehncamp < and all ends Wright assistant to the will attend the meeting as
philosophy ... .. ..
WELCOME. Wlt VI.11..0! * .1!, .4..nls.J ).p.
happily. president of New College a representative of the AIRCONDITIONCD DRYERS RODDVCOMPLETE
Ticket information and who spent many years in American Field Service, SAME BEAUTICIANS AND SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE.
advance reservations for Brazil. to introduce the program.She Op." slit D.y. A ..._ .... By Ah.letwi.ncwesaeHr .. .
the play may be obtained also will explain the .. "..+c ...... ......a... L4p4 MAf. "I A, fUhlna\ \ outfit _\ _
, by calling Mrs. C. E. Brewer at 778-2412. purpose and value of the
.
RODDY810518.90RODDY804 ,

PHELPS NURSERYfar $13.95 J

PUIIIC SERVICE IS HARD WORK! 'J: Flowering ShrubsF Sports Cooler

...
These CANDIDATES are ready to devote their time, 6 Palms REGULAR $7.95

\ energy and experience to the people of Holmes Beach. k( \' FOR SPECIAL $6.99


the island ; 50 foot-% inch

For Mayor: Elmer G. Twist
GARDEN HOSE
3Ot PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771.1 SOl

For Members of the Board of Aldermenvote 12 yr. Guarantee

( for all three) SPECIAL $2.29


John E. Holmes, Jr. FoodlinerANNA 15 SPECIAL$3.95 yr. Guarantee

F. Bouvard Shell

Merrill M. Tritt MARIA, FLORIDA WKBB'9hoMt

pl.f.

For City Clerk: will trade you 50 s..EcAITHURSDAY -..

Pauline H. Archer

COLD BOND STAMPS HAM STEAK- 89*


Show your ,,/".,..... AI., ..w4CA.
for any. .,.. .1 J v....."..
CONFIDENCE t APPRECIATIONby . H..11. a ....... ,..
T.. .. c.II.eFRIDAV

voting 1 GOLD BOND STAMP Seafood Special- 89<


FRIED OYSTERS

|I| MMH j I] CI..... ., 2 v......,..
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Vote 50 foil 1 STAMP OFFER Rfu 1 1:1 T... .. c.H..

......_(1.14 ..............,u..-- -w-I I .... I SATURDAY 79t?
.... p..1. ....... Ie I'6(11....'I
IGA FOODLINER L.-J Chopped! Sirloin
Y.ta__.*..SO.*lM*toZ..w.. n....,..._... W !
OHMARCH ""K'U Ne.---- y /Grille Onions

....... ca.-... .f 7 we v...'..,..
HOT _ROLLS. BUTTER
10 -u COIPEE OR ICED TEA

, Off .211111e
FRESH DONUTS

' At the Holmes Beach City Office 7 to 7 -r I ...... ...1..w.. o _........*w..fc I 10.! 1944 moito dailyThursday.

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THE ISLANDER Thursday March 5.

and Mrs. Raymond A. Green of 56th Street. Holm

Ail _About People... Beach. Mr. Remley Is supervisor of music in t.

.. Newton Public Schools. . MR. AND MRS.ADOLF
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. Burton Cooper of L..11. k ZAIGER of Petoskey Mich. are spending the wintel
Shelby Mich...Dr. and Mrs.William E.Brown of South Burlington
Vc...Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bannon of Old Greenwich Conn...Mrs.C. at the Homer Duplex on Palm Drive. . MR. AN
W. Thompson of Beloit, Wla. MRS. A. VERE SHAW of New York City are guest
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr.and Mrs.Howard Mason Chippewa Falls for two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gray of Ke
Wis...Mr. and Mrs. William Knudsen of Wllmette 111. Es Royale. . PFC DAVID LYNN son of Mr. and Mrs'
ROD & REEL, MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.Joseph F. Dollnsky of Point _
Snead of Avenue has finished his
E.
Pleasant N. J..Mr. and Mrs. C.Hlggins of Bradenton...Mr. and Marty tour o:
Mrs. J. W. Arnold of Newton. Iowa..Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Powersof : W duty with the Marine Corps. He was stationed at th
Vero Beach. Alameda Naval Air Station Calif. . A2/C ROBER
HALEY'S James. and Mrs. W.NlsbetofFloral Park. N. Y. 1 L. M ELS ON, who has been attending school at Good
..Mr. and Mrs. Purdy of Detroit..Mr. and Mrs. EugeneJ. ,
McDonnell of Rock Island. 111..Mrs. John Boulden of Ormond fellow AFB Texas is spending a leave with hl_
Beach...Robert V. Olllff of Wauchula...Mr.and Mrs.L..H. Blerly parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Art of 512 71st St..
Lafayette Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.Carl Muller of Rochester. N. Y. Holmes Beach. His next assignment will be in Japan.
...Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Lindsay of Cincinnati.: at . MRS. CLAUDE J. KELLY of Margaretville
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. H. Bruce Ulsh of Sheppard. Mich.
..Mr. and Mrs. William Doot of Grand Rapids Mich. 4 S N. Y. and Carissa Street Holmes Beach has been
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pancake of Findlay 1 ; spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Marty Snead
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Wade Chanbel of Oak Park. HI...Mr. and and visiting other friends on the Island. . MR.AND
Mrs. C. J.. Weber of Evanston 111...Mr.. Joseph Swan of Park MRS. GILBERT MOORE of Dallas. Texas arrived on
Ridge. 111.HARBOR
LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gillman of Kal- the Island a few days ago to spend a few weeks here.
mazoo. Mich..James Smith of Montreal...Erin Sholmeyer of . MR. AND MRS. FRED ROGERS of Howell Mich.
Elmwood Park 111...Mr. and Mrs. Bernie W. Hall of Indianapolis are enjoying a stay at the Silk Oak Apartments in
..Mr. and Mrs. E. Nyland and party of Holland Mich.
Anna Maria. . MR. AND MRS. PAUL HORVAT of
SEA ISLE MOTELs Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Poppenberg of Buffalo
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. John Kessey of Melvlndale. Mich...Henry MRS. J. DIXON TAYLOR of 116 Seahorse Lane. Holmes Beach Wilmette Ill. have returned home after spending a
Dalenburg. Mrs. Olive Pullen and Mrs. G. Brown all of Nlles. who observed her 19th birthday Saturday although she was born In few weeks at their home on North Shore Drive Anna
Mich. 1884. Ordinarily a person who was born on Feb. 29 would have a Maria. . MR. AND MRS. ELBERT LIVELY of
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. William Fountainof birthday every four years but the year 1900 was not a Leap Year
Bloomfield N. J. are vacationing at their home
Mason Mich...Mr.. Ernestine Durrance: of Wauchula. hence had no Feb. 29. Mrs. Taylor who appears much younger on
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kucklick of Olmated than her years has been a resident of the Island for 13 years. 76th Street. . MR. AND MRS.NED LEIGH of Lake-
Falls Ohio.S. and spends three months each summer at Sturgeon Day. Wls. She land are occupying their home on North Shore Drive.
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. R. K. Sterling of has two son.. Donald Taylor of Holmes Beach and Norman L. . CLIFFORD DAVID of Cincinnati and Holmes
Garden City. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. F.J.Sutherland of Newtonvllle. Taylor of Sturgeon Bay three grandchildren andonegreat-grand-
M......Mr. and Mr. Daniel J. Klrst of Buffalo N. Y...Mrs. Child. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Beach left a few days ago after spending some timeon
John A. Stastny Hlnsdale. 111..Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Steinof the Island. . MISS JOAN GUNTHER and MISS
Flemington. N. J. ...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Michael of Mlddletown. Ohio...Mr. and MARY KAEKEL both of Holmes Beach and MISS
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Don Hawkins of Mrs. Edwin C. Rausch of Lawrence. Ma.....Mr. and Mrs. Cecil JOAN MAYERS of Longboat Key last week were
Midland Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Baughman and daughterPam O. Rouse of Newport Ky..John Dens Jr.and party of Skokie Ill.
chosen "Senior Notables"
of Columbus Ohio. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Taylor of Clbsonla. at Manatee High School.
CIIARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bauer of Marshfleld. Pa...Mary E. Ramsdell of Lewlston. Me...Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Joan Gunther daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Gunther
Wi...Mr. and Mr. Clarence Deedon of Athena Wi...Mr. and Cleveland of Newcastle. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hogge of of 75th Street is in the top four percent of the senior
Mrs. Phillip Lord of Garden City. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Bessemer Ala...Mr. and Mrs. William DIok of Grand Rapids class and is president of the Lanier! English Club.
James of Youngstown. Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Dempseyand MICh...Mr. and Mrs. C. Zelnstra of Grand Rapids. Mlch...Mr. "
She also has earned white for
party of Spring Lake heights N. J. and Mrs. Vern W. Keech of Stlllwater. Minn...Freidel Jasper of a M scholarship.
ZANDER COTTAGE Rev. and Mrs. Edwin A. Wilson of Yellow Oeerton. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Suel S. Holmes of Grand Rapids Mary Kaekel daughter of Mrs. Charles Kaekel of
Spring. Ohio...Mr and Mrs. Paul A. Blngam of Bennlngton. Vt. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Croucher CanandalguaN. Y..Mr.and 48th Street also is one of the"four percenters. She
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Mrs. F. E. Ringers of Tampa. is a member of the Music Honor Society and the Nat-
Hamrlch and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deaton and PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr.and Mrs. W.J.Thompson of Dronxvllle.N. .
family of Kalamazoo.Mich...Gene Ilouna of Auburndale...Mr.and Y. ional Honor Society. Both girls will graduate"magnacum
Mrs. A. A. Karrant and daughter of Hubbard. Ohio...111 Johnson SCIIELTER COTTAGE Mr..ndMrs.J.D.Darnenof South Bend laude/' with highest honors. Joan Mayers is the
;, and S. J. Doran of Cincinnati..Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Proeliochs Ind. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayers of Land's
and family of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. James II. Taylor of BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr.and Mrs.W.H.Baglowof Bedford Ont. End Longboat Key. . MISS GILDA MURDOCK.
Gibsonlai'a..Mr. and Mrs. James W.McCarthy and party of Eau SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dole of
Gallic..Mr. and Mrs. Gage Robson of Geneva N. Y..Mr. and Pent water. Mich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Murdock of Day I
Mrs. John E. Harrison of Taylor. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Jessie DR. AND MRS.PAULD.BAGWELLofGrossePolnte. Mich were Boulevard Anna Maria has been named as one of
Rolaton and party of Ohio City.Ohio...Mr.and Mrs. Ezra Bllbrey guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Searl of 102-47th the top ten percent of the senior class at Manatee
of Cookesvllle. Tenn..Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burkhardt of Park Street. Holmes Beach. Dr. Bagwell Is a former president of the High. She was a member of this year's exchange
Ridge 111..Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Theis of Chicago...V.R. Hal- National Junior Chamber of Commerce and twice was a candidatefor
lock and party of Hunting, N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Frank Money governor of Michigan. He Is a trustee of Michigan State group and belongs to the band the orchestra
of Stratford. Conn...Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hyde of Normandy University. . MR. AND MRS. JAMES H. REMLEY of Newton. the English Club and the Latin Club.She is one of the
Beach N. J..Mr. and Mr. Glene J. Linton of Big Rapids. Mich. Ma..., and their son. James Jr.. have been recent guests of Dr. seniors who will graduate in June with "high honors."


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'Spring Showtime' And Annual Tour Of Island HomesBy ? ':', f:1.:", '
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BRUCE MACKENZIE Included in their "Spring Showtime" display will be
"Spring Showtime" Tour of Island Homes withan three scenes each resembling a miniature theatreset
Exhibit of Arts and Crafts plus a bounteous after- with the actors in place: a gypsy encampment
noon tea--is scheduled for Sunday afternoon.Mar. 8. with a wonderful fortune teller and her crystal ball
between the hours of 2 and 5:30. a croquet court with realistic wickets mallets and wp
The exhibit and tea will be held at the Parish House. balls all in perfect proportion to the players; anda
Church of The Annunciation 4406 Gulf Drive. Holmes scene depicting children as weekend guests. Mr.
Beach and tickets at $1.25 may be purchased from and Mrs. Bleecker will be present at the exhibit and
any member of the Episcopal Churchwomen or will be happy to explain and discuss their fascinating
during the hours of the exhibit and tour at the Parish miniatures.The .
House or at any of the homes being shown. Layton Dolls have been exhibited and are
Homes of the following Island residents will be included in collections from coast to coast. They also
included in the tour: Mr. and Mrs.John Russell Mr. have received extensive publicity throughout the
and Mrs. John P. Huth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. United States, but there still are many local residentswho
Smalley Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Genung and Mr. and Mrs. have never had the pleasure of seeing them or
i) Robert R. Moses. Tickets will include directions for meeting their creator. I
1 locating the houses and directional signs will be Mrs. Zella Layton. a Bradenton resident now in the .---w-s : .
placed at strategic points on the streets involved.
Flowers live birds and an appropriately decoratedtea 4 ua
table will add to the festive background of the .' 11
1f f exhibit. The Audubon Society of Manatee County will r { ri
1i be represented by most realistic wood carvings of b w \a 6t
l native birds by Mrs. Arthur C. Brettle. Wesley
Pritchard will explain the technique of making a
I stained glass window. A window made by Mr. and Mrs.
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Pritchard may be seen in the chapel door of the
Memorial Hospital in Bradenton. $- 21
; Mrs. John Duytschaver of the Sand Dollar Gift Shopat -
the Island Shopping Center will demonstrate the
making of arrangements of artificial flowers. Mrs.
)) Ernest D. Hager of Holmes Beach will show her 0
ceramics. Mrs. Hager mixes her own glazes and
combines form and color in unusual ways to create r
interesting and beautiful pieces.
Reasoner & Anson the Blossom Shop and Flowersby
Don all Bradenton florists have generously ( '

donated flower arrangements which will be colorful f ., .-.
additions to the other exhibits. -
The Manatee Art League will display paintings by Mrs. Zclla Layton with part of her collection of
students of Eugene White; the Colson Stoneware and dolls all of her own making. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
l numerous pieces of jewelry made by Mrs. Adelaide
Gardner. Mrs. Gardner who studies and works in very young eighties has been making dolls most of 1
Jamesville N. Y. during the summer is a real artist her life and is just as enthusiastic and of course
in creating her enamel-on-copper jewelry.The more proficient than when she started. She makes
Longboat Key Art Center will exhibit paintingsboth traditional dolls as well as those of "unusual
by instructors and students plus a collection of materials." Each doll is named and, as Mrs. Layton
, I the Lawton silver Jewelry.Two gives Its description and history one feels au if she -
outstanding doll collections will highlight the is talking of a dear friend.
. exhibit. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bleecker have spent The dolls arc so realistic so beautifully and
fI many busy and happy hours working on their appropriately dressed whether In calico or brocade
Bleecker Miniatures." Mrs. Bleecker is a memberof A group of Mrs. .
the Pen and Brush Club of New York City and is Layton'fi dolls in .
I now active in the Bradenton Sand Dollar Club. Since a Florida-like set
I Mr. BleeckerB retirement he has joined in the ting. To collectorsof
; "adventure in handcraft." shells all the r
I They are continually exploring new fields and feel materials used In 4r-
I that the term "miniatures" gives them much leeway the group and the 'I
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At left arc some of background are Li .
t the miniatures made familiar. But to axs sx sWESeS a\\ "
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by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- anyone else they .
liam Bleecker in display almostunbelievable Homes of Islander: (1)) Mr. and Mrs. Prank D.
what has become to In- Smalley; ((2) Mr and Mrs. John Russell; ((3)) Mr. and
them one of the most genuity. (Islander Mrs. A. L.Genung; (4))Mr.and Mrs. Robert R. Moses.
contented periods of Photo) (No suitable picture could be taken of the Huth home).
their lives. The workof they do seem almost alive. The faces now molded by
creating their dolls Mrs. Layton'a daughter are perfect for the charac- with space for her toys and treasures. A large lawnon
and furniture really ters depicted whether they be grande dames of the the bay side Is fenced so thai the children may
is recreation to them. Revolutionary period, or a group of dissolute Hallor. play safely without too much supervision.
(Islander Photo) In her dolls of"unusual materials she uses shells, Mr. Huth Is a licensed pilot and both he and Mrs.
as to future creations. At present their miniatures seeds and seed pods dried plants and Innumerableitems Huth enjoy boating and arc proficient water skiers.
Include appealing clothespin dolls together with that seem to present themselves to her at the One Immediately is Impressed with a feeling of
appropriate furniture accessories and settings. time she needs them.It spaciousness and gracious living when entering the
There have been clothespin dolls since clothespinswere Is unusual to find dolls of this type with real home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Smalley. The living
invented but the Bleecker Miniatures arc beauty, but Mrs. Layton has the talent and ingenuity room full-sized dining room and master bedroom all
unique in the detail and authenticity of the charactersand to accomplish this. In her collection is "The Smallest open Into a large covered patio, which In turn opens
types they represent.! :They definitely have the Shell Doll in the World" a duplicate! of_which Is on Into an uncovered screened area with attractive ,
its c r display at the Ripley BelleveItOrNocIu..eum.. planting and a fountain.
Mrs. Layton also will be present at the "Spring The soft colors of oriental rugs and paneled walls
Showtime to show her dolls; she IM never happy predominate In the living area, which affords a
. when separated from them. tier outstanding creations, magnificent view of Sarasota Hay. The large kitchen
as well as her Joyous personality, will boost the with complete privacy from the rest of the home
I ,, 1R1111 morale of the most Jaded. adjoins a combination utility room and workshop. Mr.
I The five Island homes Included in the tour represent Smalley Is a boating enthusiast and has a hoist with
various types of contemporary architecture furnishings which he can launch his cruiser easily and quickly.
i and sites. With Ideas and practical experience/ gained .la
\ A Mr. and Mrs. John Russell at present only weekend spending many vacations on Anna Maria.Mr. and Mrs.A. .
residents, have built on the 38th Street canal what 1.. Genung knew exactly the type of home they
+ might best be described as a "workable dollhouse." wanted for their retirement years. Added to their
The plan Its furnishings and accessories as wellas knowledge of Island living conditions, both have
the full utilization of the location all depict the artistic talents and the result has been the creation
taste and enthusiasms of young moderns. Privacy anda of a home both pleasing to the eye and perfectly suitedto
I .." ..--. feeling of spaciousness have been achieved In a the owners* requirements and way of life.
comparatively small ar.ea.: The Russells" plane Isparked Through double turquoise doors flanked by grilled
.... on the Holmes Reach airstrip within sight of block one enters a beautifully planted lanai and
their home; their boat Is kept at the far end of their passes through glass doors to the spacious IIvln.Unl .-
carport, the roof of which forms a sun deck. The boat ,.. area. This room, together with the kitchen
can easily and quickly be launched In the canal from master bedroom and den. are built around af reef orra
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Bleecker in their "miniature.ISLANDER ; their own private ramp. Mr. Russell an ardent fisherman swimming pool. The wide deck bordering the pool
"two-passenger" workshop. ( PHOTO) has mounted the second fish caught from his fords protected lounging and dining space.The den.
dock. It. along with a very old painting signed by with Its many bookshelves<< and a large closet la
appeal of professionally executed' originals. They another John Russell. grace the walls of the paneledden. which television and a desk may be hidden. Is a
are intriguing both to children and adults; are In welcome and unusual addition to a Florida home.
demand by collectors; and are suitable as unusual The John P. Huths nay front home Is Ideally suitedto Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Muses had the foresightand
gifts for anyone. They have been used. successfullyand an active young family. To the right of an entrancehail imagination to select a most picturesque lot. 1M i
delightfully as adjuncts to flower arrangements.Mrs. Is a charming living room with Italian provincial a bayou., when the area was entirely unsettled. They
Bleecker paints the faces, makes the wigs furnishings and accessories. This is the only spot In have shown the same 'Ingenuity In creating and
and dresses the dolls while Mr. Bieecker is the house off limits to the two young daughters, At furnishing an extremely liveable and attractive home.
responsible for the furniture and settings. The beds, the end of the hall Is a spacious. family room with Family mementoes, with local plants and shells,have
chairs benches cradles fences and other props are dining area and kitchen. Adjoining the kitchen is a been cleverly and unobtrusively used as decorative
beautifully proportioned and assembled entirely with useful sewing and utility room. accessories. livery Inch of floor space baa been
wooden pegs. Mr. Bleecker does mo.t of his work The' living area, along with the master bedroom utilized effectively, and the arrangement of glaas-
I with a simple penknife but does use small electrical (also furnished in Italian provincial all lead to a enclosed and screened patio areas 1* of particular
equipment for sanding and shaping some of the minute large screened patio from which the Skyway flridge interest The bayou location forms a natural protected
piece. can be seen. Each of the girls has her own bedroom. spot for the Moses* en-used boat
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ANNA MARIA . TALLEY A CANDIDATE !: 1 : Tits Fort For Constable Wellesley Club
Continued from 1) (Continued from Page 1) "
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( W. D. "Bill" Fort 37, Guests from the Islandat
Nominations for the A U. S. Marine Corps .
new ,. recently announced his the Sarasota-Manatee
citizens advisory com- veteran of the Pacific
( candidacy for the Demo- .R Wellesley Club bridge
mittee were:Mrs. George Theatre during World WarII. era t i c nomination for at the Sarasota
party Bay
Engel Ralph parrish and Talley also served with a District 6 Constable. Club
the Marines the Country Monday,
Paul Karr. during
Active in law enforce-
Mrs.
were: George Lewis
For a trial period of 60 Korean conflict. He was ment since 1952 and in hostess Mrs. Charles
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days part of Jacaranda discharged as a captain.In Manatee County since Mrs. Miriam
Morgan
Street between Boul- his candi- ;
Bay announcing
1956, Fort has served as Smith Mrs.
evard and North Shore dacy for the office of a member of the Florida ; Margaret
Donaldson Mrs. RonaldE.
Drive will be closed off public defender. Talley ;
Highway Patrol Super- Archer, hostess; Mrs.E. .
said "I consider it
with barricades and will : not
visor of District 7 of the
A. Mrs. C. P.
Haynes
be used as a play area for only a privilege--but a State ;
Beverage Depart-
Fletcher Mrs. Carl
younger children. Times challenge--to serve as ;
which covered
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when the street will be the first public defenderin Charlotte Wirth;Mrs. Walter Tripp;
Sarasota
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closed will be announced. the Twelfth Judicial Glades and W.D.FORTthe Mrs. Ned Leigh; Mrs.

Anna Maria City will Circuit. As a public ser- Lee and also I feel thatI Carl F. Scott, hostess;
Hendry Counties, past years
WALTER R. TALLEY Mrs. J. E. Holmes Sr.
seek vant for a of ;
to good
special legislation part served as a plain clothes am well acquainted with
Mrs. M. J. Niles Mrs.A. .
authorize It to sell tax my professional life.I am the problems invol- ;
TALLEY A SHOO-INI Investigator with the Man- many
F. S. Mackenzie Mrs.
certificates in order to aware of the principal atee County Sheriff'sDepartment. ved In serving as ;
collect liens without goingto responsibility of an elec- Merrill Tritt; Mrs. Allen
constable. If elected to
After the foregoing article Fort is a
Crawford Mrs. F. R.
court. Commissioner ted official--to serve the this office I will as I havein ;
had been set in type graduate of the Florida ,
Waite Ver-
best interests of the ; Mrs. Mary
will work
Harvey Meyer peo- the serve the
for the
ready printer it Highway Patrol Training past
with Talley on drafting the ple he represents. I pledgeto Mett; Mrs. Harold Chap-
was learned Tuesday afternoon School and the Fleet Safe- citizens of this county.
fulfill the duties of man; Mrs. Margaret
bill.Commission.
necessary that Talley was ty and Driver Training faithfully, honestly, and Mitchell; Mrs. W. A.
discussedthe public defender conscien- the only candidate in School at Florida State to the best of my ability, Nelson and Mrs.
possibility of an ordinance tiously in protecting the all of the time Edgar
either
party to file before University. In addition,he devoting Huth.
to prohibit plant- Constitutional rights of the Tuesday noon has completed numerous and energy necessary to !I

Ing Australian pines. The all indigent persons accused deadline. Which means other courses that are perform the duties of con- Mich. LegionairesAbout

city attorney will investigate of serious crimes that Talley has a clear useful in law enforcement, stable properly. I have !
within the Twelfth 150 Michigan Legionnaires -
the legality of suchan Judicial -
Circuit." field all the way. And some of which were the learned through my past will gather at i

ordinance. Tuesday was his 39th use of firearms, tear gas, experience that law enforcement -
the Holmes Beach Yacht 1
Commissioner Tom Mc- Talley is married to the
birthday, too! first aid, judo, laws of not only requires :
Club Mar.7 including
Kay recommended clean- former Hazel Atkinson of Saturday, -
evidence, and the drunko- a knowledge of the
of the Atlanta. have Past State Com
ing out drainage They two
meter. law, but also a humani- J
A.M.F.D. Attic Sale
ditches before the mos- sons. Reed and Alex. The manders Lewis Brickerand
Fort was born in Wau- tarian attitude toward
quito breeding season.In family residence Is at An attic auction and sale Robert Mathison, and
chula, and graduated from those unfortunate persons
other action, the com- 855 49th St. Court West will be held at the Anna Past State Presidents I
Hardee County High who have run afoul of the
mission: Voted to pay bills Dradenton. Maria Fire Station on Oak Mrs. Pearl Goetz and
School. A of law.
Navy veteran
totaling 1072.47. ; Avenue from noon until Mrs. Edna Alber.
the Pacific Theatre
Will investigate raisingthe paired; that a new street 5 p.m.,Saturday, Mar. 14. during Luncheon will be served
World War II, he is mar- MRS. PAULINE DYB-
percentage of permit light has been Installed on Proceeds from the sale at 1 p.m.Survivors.
ried and has two children, DOCK of 305 Blvd.
fees paid to the electrical Day Boulevard; that a deed will be added to the Vol- Bay ,
and resides at 260412th Anna Maria and 875 Jes her husband
are -
Inspector; will be given the city for unteer Fire Department'sbuilding
A ve. West Bradenton. samine Ave. St. Paul Alfred
fund.Contributions Dybdock, and
Discussed recommen- an alley through the prop- .
In announcing his candidacy Minn., died Monday Mar. two sisters, Mrs. Alfred
dation that residents be erty of Republic Carload- of saleable
Fort made the following 2, in a St. Paul hospital, Blair of Anna Maria and
made to dispose of trash ing; that the county will items will be welcome,
piles by removal or burn- give the city 12 trees for and firemen will pick up statement: "Hav- after a long illness. She Mrs. Einar Anderson of
been active in several
ing was a native of the St. Paul Miami.
Ing: the Bayfront Park; such items contributors
phases of law enforcementin area and moved to the Funeral services and
Heard reports that roofat And adopted Ordinance will call John Engel at
city pier has been re- 262 at Its second reading. 778-1272. Manatee County during Island about 15 years ago. burial to be in St. Paul. I

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I March 5, 1964 TIlE ISLANDER Page 9

Dick Wagner Realty 50 Bill Gibson 522 Island Marine Supply 63.5
; Sand Bar 48.5 Dick Connick 521 VanOstenbridge 63 Baden A CandidateRoy

I .r LeagSLAND I Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel 44 Gary Lash 511 Bayou Marina 61.5 Baden, five times
Island Marine Supply 42.5 Roy Phillips 503 Roser Men's Club 56.5 elected sheriff of Manatee
Connick's TVSer. 42 .
Gray's Econowash 53 County Tuesdayqualifled
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Tropical Vista 52.5 formally to seek another
MIXED LEAGUE HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Is. Pharmacy Island Mar. Bay Area Insurance 49 term. He filed his papersin
Bayou Marina lost three Dot Davidson 190 Dick Wagner Connick's City Pier B'combers the office of circuit
>points in its match with Betty Phillips 186 Bayou Marina Schuchard The ISLANDER17 clerk as the qualifying
[sland Marine Supply Fri- Betty Carter 185 Bay Area Ins. B &K Hdw. A.M.Electric17 period officially opened at
ay evening but retained Phyllis Chapman 183 Lay-Z-Liv-N Linen Rent. Schuchard Plumbing 45.5 noon and immediately
Its first place lead in the Kay Ferguson 178 A.M.City Pier Sand BarN Pete Reynard's Rest. 37.5 opened his campaign by
1 ,[sland Mixed League.High Betty Phillips 170 ft # announcing a platform
cores in the match were Dot Bower 168 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE TOP TEN GAMES stressing economy effi-
Ull Gibson 187-522 for Betty Schmidt 167 Island Marine Supply Bob DeVane 237 ciency and "the proper
sland Marine and Ed Roselyn Haverkos 166 took over first place in Roy Phillips 221 handling of young;people.'*
laverkos 19-4-478 for Louise Flanagan 154 the Island Bowling League Bob Guild 215 The former sheriff and
ayou Marina. Dot Davidson 154 Monday evening by taking Richard Wiggins 2O9; present County Mosquito
Other scores were: B & Betty Schmidt 154 three points from Van- Lefty Miller 207 Control Commissionerhad ROY BADeN
Hardware 4, Connick's Ostenbrldge Builders. In Charlie Weaver 206 indicated his candidacy Chief Mack Britt who in
*V Service O. (Clayton HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) the match high scores John VanOstenb'ge 206 earlier by filing turn was defeated in the
ower.. 199-527; Dick Betty Phillips 507 were Andy Rasmussen. Andy Rasmussen 206 expense statements required general election by Ken-
Jonnick 190-521)). Kay Ferguson 456 206. Hugh Holmes, 544. Frank Moc 205 of candidates, but neth Cross, a Republican.At .
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Betty Schmidt 452 for the winners, and John Wally Gray 202 had made no formal an- the 1960 general el-
>and Bar 1.(Bud Hottman Phyllis Chapman 449 VanO s ten b rid p;e. 206 Frank Davidson 202 nouncement. ection however Baden
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69-491; Ernie Schmidt Roselyn Haverkos 446 George Dykstra 538. Baden 56, was first was elected to the county
77, Byron Arkebauer Dot Bower 446 Other scores were Roser TOP TEN SERIES elected sheriff in 1942 to Mosquito Control Com-
[02)). Dot Davidson 445 Men's Club 4. Schuchard Bob Guild 600 fill the unexpired term of mission as a write In
Linen Rental Service 2, Betty Carter 424 Plumbing O. (Bob DeVane, Dinty Moore 579 the late C. J. Hutches.{ lie candidate. He functionedfor
chuchard Plumbing 2. Jo Safford 423 237-570; Dick Swauger. Bob DeVane 570 was elected to a full four- several months as
(Pat Flanagan 199-527; Peg Hottman 401 192. Steve Alex 474). Art Schumaker 556 year term in 1944 and unpaid mosquito control
.
lob Guild. 255-667). City Pier Beachcombers Frank Davidson 546 reelected in 19-48. 1952 director and during his
Anna Maria City Pier 2, HIGH GAMES (MEN) 3. The ISLANDER 1.(Lef- Hugh Holmes 544 and 1936. term as commissioner
lay Area Insurance 2. Bob Guild 255 ty Miller 207. Dinty Wally Gray 541 He was suspended by the mosquito control pro-
(Betty Carter 185, Earl Roy Ferguson 221 Moore 579; Neil Hunt Frank Moc 539 then Governor LeRoy Col- gram has been completely
larter 487; Roy Fergu- Bob Guild 220 192, Kayo Keding 474). George Dykstra 538 lins In December 1939 revamped and modernized. -
ion, 221-604). Roy Ferguson 208 Gray's Econowash 3, Andy Rasmussen 532 but never received the Last summer for the
.
!Island Pharmacy 2, Lay- Aaron VanOstenb'ge 206 Pete Reynard's Restaurant prescribed Senate hearing first time, residents were
-Liv-N Motel 2. (Dot Clayton Bower 199 1. (Wally Gray. 202- TEN LOW GAMES on the governor'saction. generally complimentaryabout
>avidson 190 Harvey Pat Flanagan 199 541; Leon Stafford 179- Wally Warner 99 Baden sought the the effectiveness of
Meyer 452; Gary Lash, Frank Moc 199 454). Fred Horn 105 Democratic nomination the mosquito control pro
91-511). Ed Haverkos 194 Bayou Marina 3, Anna Walt Sparks 107 again In 1960 but lost to gram.In .
. Bob Guild 192 Maria Electric 1. (Roy Frank Mokry 111 former Bradcnton Police his announcement
LEAGUE STANDINGS Phillips. 221-525; Charlie Fred Frost 115 ----- statement Baden said:
j Ij ayou Marina 65.5 HIGH SERIES (MEN) Weaver 206-512)). Fred Home 116 Next Week's Schedule "With the exception of
Rental Service 59.5 Bob Guild 667 Bay Area Insurance 2, Neil Hunt 116 Island Mar. Pete Reynard one year I have served
i.M.City Pier 55.5 Roy Ferguson 604 Tropical Vista 2. (Mace Frank Smalley 120 Bay Area Ins. C. P. B. the people of Manatee
1 1I land Pharmacy 55 Aaron VanOstenb'ge 547 Hinkle. 190-524; Bob K. P. Smith 121 Econowash Schuchard County as an elected official -
[Schuchard Plumbing 54 Frank Moc 547 Guild 21S-6OO. Bob Hoffman 121 Bayou Marina ISLANDER continuously Mince
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Bay Area Insurance 54 Clayton Bower 527 Neil Hunt 121 VanOstcnb'ge Roscr M.C. 19-12. Throughout that
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IB & K Hardware 53.5 Pat Flanagan 527 LEAGUE STANDINGS A.M.E. Tropical Vista (Continued on Page 10))

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4lle etUN e LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
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BUILDING & MASONRY
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MOT1U L*,.CC OOCW. RIG DCSCOUWTS Drive No Ir denton Beach 12 7k 12,00 N I.3 1..47... 2.0 4.s0" .0.3 4In.0.7
205 Gulf "..c:......ad..........R./.44 ...- ......... .. h1.Jt .N.
driftwood galleries ......... -.. ... ...... t..4 ... m4w.... N .... ,$4......41s.Lxwrw5ii .
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10 THE ISLANDER Thursday March 5, 1964CHURCHES

...
ROY BADEN . A. M. Garden Club
4 Continued from 9)
fsra. ; ( Page
ST. BERNARD MISSION period I have kept the There will be a meetingof

(Roman Catholic) taxpayer in mind, and the board of directors A

R... Franck F. Welemlller Vw performed my duties as of the Anna Maria Garden

MASS: economically and effi- Club at 10 a.m., Wednesday -

SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 ciently as possible. Mar. 11, at the homeof

WEEKDAYS: 8 am "I have had my critics Mrs. Robert Carlin of

HOLY DAYS: 8 am and my political oppo- 610 Bay Boulevard Anna

6 pm sition. But none of them Maria.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: can point to any audit Mrs. Lily Frink will
\ WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm IiiiiC. report which does not find serve as co-hostess with =- 'YD' or

the publics money fully Mrs. Carlin.Lutheran .
Memorial ChurchNonD.nomlnat'ona
Harv.y
( I) accounted for and economicallyadministered. "- WomenA NEW HOME at 605 Ambassador Lane Key Royale

Bradenton Beach recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Barnes of

R... A. W. Sim... Baden said his campaignfor general membership Wrightstown Pa. Home was built by Kennell Const.

SUNDAY: sheriff would be basedon meeting of the Lutheran Co., and the sale was negotiated cooperatively by

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. D. Harris new vice a platform of economy, Church Women of Gloria Gertrude Blassingame Realtor of Anna Maria and
president of the First handling of Dei Evangelical Lutheran
10:30 Church Service. proper young Key Royale Homes Inc.M' .
a.m. National Bank of Bradenton people and "general efficiency Church will be held at the

Christian' Science' Service has assumed his and effectivenessin church at 8 p.m., Thursday -

A. M. Community H..... duties. With his wife and office based on my 18 Mar. 5.

SUNDAY: two children Harris Is years of experience as Mrs. Harry Frazee the I

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN living at 5405-11th Ave. sheriff of this county." choir director will pre-

SCIENCE SERVICE. West Dradenton. Baden took a public standin sent a program about the

opposition to the pro- Ministry of Music in the

Gloria Lutheran Del Evangelical Church UNCLASSIFIEDadvance posed new )jail last weekduring Church and also will singa

bond validation solo,"Calvary." Guests
n... Lealer M. Ol.. Pastor payment required811nee41.00minimum.5O
SUNDAY: ... hearings. He said he would and visitors will be wel-

9:15 am Church School. Include this opposition in come.
LOTS FOR SALE. Gulf runt. J1O.- his campaign the issueis
10:30 am The Service. Real Estate SaleDr.
000; 77rh St. Canal S4.OOO; 75th Sc. not closed at the vali-
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. Canal $3.5OO; 73rd St.. $3,000.JOtN
B. PROTIIERO. Reg. Real Estate dation stage. and Mrs. D.L. Trus-

WEDNESDAY 7:30 Midweek: Lenten flrofcyr.PIR Extinguisher I 16-"hr Street Sal e e *77S-2334.Service. He opposed the jail on cott of St. Petersburg have ', a"Home. :_.....'...,;'::L:. ." ?:' :Jr'.,: ,'. ".. ........ .......- <(. ""'"," 't.1,
pm the grounds that it is too purchased a Bay front lot , .' ' :# ,. ..t ,. .
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p r ant p eard. ton Beach. 775-1431. ;"'Y -"- :; ....... ... .... [
Services. FOR SALE By Owne.--J-DR*Den. expensive larger than on North Shore Drive An- : ..... -"': : ;;I
Will Rene '
2-Bath Canalfrooi Home.
Longboat. I.lorn! Choool with option to buy. Call 778-1330 or needed, and that the jail na Maria, from J. S. .__ _: .f:; .
..... ..... 716-Ot1S1. Shown should be the of Maria.
(N..O""". .. ) by STORAGE PPgj"nt "I/1: in courthouse Sargeant Anna at 202 24th Street Bradenton Beach recently
OPEN WET BOAT .va -
FRIDAY: able at ONLY $7.50 per month at the "where the sheriff Ralph Parrlsh and Peggy purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moller of Goffs-
BAYOU MARINA. INC..BayIvd.So.. is required by law to Moore of Parrish Realtyof
10:00
am
Prayer Group. from
Anna Mirla. Call 77B-2423.. town, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Howard. Sale
SATURDAY ID-ft.-wlJe Trailer and maintain an office. Anna Maria handledthe handled Dick
: FOR SALEi was by Wagner Realtor, of Bradenton
Choir Cabana. See at 727-7th St.Gulf Park.or Baden said he would offer transaction.
1:00 pm Practice. Call Owner at 77S-IOO. his Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
( SUNDAY: SALE. Decuraiore Fabrlca. 23C:: to proposed budget
49$ a yard. Dane Rockera. $15.93 for 1965-66, "next summer Bake Sale
9 & 11 Service
am Worship (new). Swivel Rocker. $21.93 (new). as soon as the
& Sermon: "What We May Patlen'e Furniture.1313 Cortex Road. A sale of baked goods
Believe About The Bible I'hone ALTERATIONS 7 -yn. present sheriff announceshis will be held in front of the
on all kind of Cloth- budget for the same
Also Dressmaking Drapes Mrs. Bradenton Beach Post Office -
10:00 am Church School. Ing.
Prank Beard. Phone 778-1431. fiscal year so the people ;
starting at 8 a.m.,
10:00 am Psychiatry & FOR SALEi New home on 202:: Ft. will be able to see the w
Religion (Also. Wed. at Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large difference and know what Saturday Mar. 7. It will z
Bedroomat 2 Batha; Largo Florida be by the Wo-
10:30: am & 8 pm) Room and 2-Car Garage. Tile Roof; good law enforcement will sponsored
Insulated; Intercom system ft centr.1h.ar men s Auxiliary of the
cost them when I elec-
ISLAND BAPTIST'CHURCH and air conditioning. Call.. 7782723. am Bradenton Beach Volun- I
or come and eee II at 243CMI ted.
n... I... ", .nul.! Faster -on Ay**.. Anna M rla. He said the department"can teer Fire Department. 4
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE According to officers of
FRIDAY: : MOWING. TRIMMING. no longer be oper- -- -
7:30 pm Sarah Parker Clr. EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POU- ated as cheaply as when I the auxiliary any contributions Members of Roser Memorial Community Church
ISM ED. WINDOWS WASHFDfc OILED. of food for the
enjoying Dlnner-on-the-Grounds afternoon
SUNDAY was last In office becausethe Sunday as
PROMPT EFFICIENT \ .plueREASONAI1LB ;
8:45>> am Sunday School. RATKSReference county has grown. But sale, will be greatly ap- part of the church's annual Founders Day obser-
KEN FELLOWS PHONE 77L2S94: preciated. vance. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
? 10:00 am Worship Service. after 4iW: P.M. 21 0 8Vh St. H. B. it can be operated and

S30>> pm Chapel Choir. FOR SALE. By O.n.r--.I; Front operated well, a lot more
Lo. 100 m IOO. Concrete Sea Wall.
6:30 pm Worship Service. City Water and Artesian Well. Paved economically than it's being -
TUESDAY: Street. Fine location In Holmea Beach.1'MONF operated now."
?: 7711.1'011,
7:00: pm Church Choir. ISLANDER PIIOTOSi A.a service to Baden opened campaign
WEDNESDAY! : our reader, we can furnish 3x7 Inch headquarters this week at LflRCHOflT L DEVELOPmEnT CORPOflflTIOflPresents
enlargement I t 9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle. In The ISLANDER lor only$1.25each.call .
; 7''*" ** ** >
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. ?5)j'i "JL1! h-? f"flCf'/!
nARGAIN HUNTCRSi GULF PLASTIC SIGNS 7t 7'W1Ui 9.
7:00: pm Church Business LOTS FOR SALH. Write BOB 7. Hrad -
.ntc,fi H loath, Non.Rustlne No Repainting "
?
Meeting. FOR SALCi 9O a IOO Canal LAM with Id.al For Beach Location
7:00: pm RA. GA. Sun- Seawall.. on 73ih Street.Jlol",..Beach. - -
beams. Make (Wfr to Tom Wortley. 4O| Ala CONTACTJIM
mtiIa,M IdJlf to wn-Ohlo._
MacDONALD
R... Memorial Ch..chH.nDen.I..tl..l
778-2331 The
( l i) For Sale: 16 foot Crest < f 51"
Rev' Richer* K. Wl..l.. Craft Plywood Boat w/ ,r.

Feeler 35 IIP EvinrudoMotor. Swedish MassageANTON
THURSDAY
Includes trailer,cush-
10:00: am Guild Ex. Bd. ions, gas tank, ladder, M CHtrSTtmiN

3:15: pm Cherub Choir. etc. Make Offer. Marty ..d CLOIIA. CHRrSTENSfN

0:30: pm Junior Choir. Snead, 2916 Ave. E, IStIt Street. ......e. '..cat
7:30 pm Senior' Choir. II. H. Call 7781321. T7a.2291

SUNDAY
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9:00 am Worship Service.

10:00 am SWlday School. GULF DRIVECO

10:15: am Lenten' Lecture. ?tVt eaLd .OPERATIVEARARTMEMTS I

11:15 Service.'
: am Worship .
eri m>M pie?m n .n mta m rm tal

7:00 pm Youth Senior Fellowship& Intermediate !- ?tVe 'ecu4JIS. : ... HOLMES ANNA MARIA BEACH ISLAND


MONDAY: ._ __.
7:00: pin Boy Scout Troop 7.
7
TUESDAY: .

1:00 pm Guild Luncheon. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
7:30 pm S.S. Teachers' Mt.

WEDNESDAY

10 a in-2 pin Mission Work-

Shop. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily



GWr H of(EIsc.Two ..l) lotion.. ASK FOR THE 100% CO-OPERATIVE PLAN

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I ISLAND REAL EST! A TEI I 1




TWO BEDROOM HOME FREE SALES ARE GOODDON'T EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS

Located near the Beach in Holmes Beach.
Open fireplace in large living room. Two nice TAKE OUR WORD DICK
porches. Air conditioning garage laundry.
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over COME AND SEE FOR
$2OOO gross rent, which pays all expensesand
more. Total price of property 26500. L S YOURSELF WAGNER

JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED SI ASIDE I GARDENS I
REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS

116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach REALTOR!

JACK HOLMES, Realtor
LOTS LOTS LOTS

ANNA MARIA NEAR GULF Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr.

Beautiful one Family House --- We hove|$4 IotsALLfor$500ea

Living Room... Fireplace... Beamed Ceiling These MUST BE SOLDALL
...Air conditioner...Dining Room... Builtin ANNOUNCEMENTWe
Closet...Screened Porch...Glass Doors THESE LOTS arc In Holmes Beach with
... Kitchen Cabinets...Electric Stove and have discontinued the rental departmentof
Refrigerator...5 Closets...Two Bedrooms our business and in the future will confineour City Water Available. Great Opportunity for
... Tiled Baths... Built In Dressing Tables... Real Estate activities to the Listing and
Terrazzo Floors... Patio and Flower Beds... Selling of Island Properties. INVESTORS. BUILDERS AND DEVELOPEHSI
Concrete Walkways...Concrete Wall...
Large Garage with Shower...Size of Plot-- Charlln Villas and Playa Encantada are now --A Chancc-of-a-Llfctimol! TOTAL PRICE
lOOxlOO. Exceptional Price: 17500. Terms under the full management of Mr. and Mrs.
Arranged. Bill Bartlett resident managers for the past ONLY $27.OOO--$5.0OO down. Balance on easy
year. Our other rentals have been turned over
W. WYDLER
to various Island Realtors. Contract Term with 6% Interest. MAKE
408 PINE AVE. Tel. 7781500Reg.

Real Estate Broker Please continue to call on US when considering YOUR MOVE NOW.No Offers.Cash Accepted.
buying or selling Island Property.

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JACK'S BEACH BARGAINSANNA MAHAR Real Estate ;-

MARIAA RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER

crackerjack modern 2-Bedroom Cottage 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
with glassed Florida Room. Lovely large lot
with plenty of nice shrubbery and a variety
fruit. Cut to ONLY $13.5001! GULF FRONT HOME

HOLMES BEACHA 3 Bedroom 1 % Bath

real bargain! Owners must leave and offer Completely Furnished
year-old home. Two Bedrooms Two Baths
Modern Attractive and fully furnished on Excellent for home or income property
large corner lot close to beach.Just 13500.

f BRADENTON BEACH BAY FRONT LOT
THE VIEW OF WHICH YOU 11AVU DREAMED BEAUTIFUL :2-Bcdroom Homo on Sarn.otm
Bay--with more than 200 Feet of Seawullcd
NORTH of Cortez Bridge: Nicely Furnished CAN BE YOURS IN REALITYI! Sea walled lot.
Water Frontage. All-gun kitchen with the
2-BR Home Just Completely REFINISHED. 100 feet wide facing Tampa Day and over
latent appliance Large Dining and Living
Looks like NEW--Just Across the Road from 100 feet deep. Under $13.000--Wlth Terms.
Room and two tiled bathn. A retirement
Gulf. Price Cut to $10.350--0n Easy Terms!
2 BEDROOM HOME CLOSE TO DOCK, dream. Shown by Appointment Only--
PIUCE--$33.000--Good Terms.
NORTH of Cortez Bridge: A good2-Bedroom EXCELLENT CONDITION. ONLY $7,500

refurnished concrete block home in generally ,4. ..;... '"
good condition. The best buy you ever saw for GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTOR r ; yr""
ONLY $7,650- -Terms Can Be Arranged. . t
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333

JACK MARSHALL RealtorM SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brh...S.U._-71:.2156. a

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria I ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA


INCOME

PROPERTYTHREE $20,575 complete with

APARTMENTS EFFICIENCY Plus 106 feet of seawall

Extra Lot Zoned for a
Duplex! Located on
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Gulf Drive pear the ill
Beach. $$12.750 :

(George "III-.r TWO-HEDROOM Homo with tile bath. Florida
Room; Air Conditioning. ScMlnle Steel
Electric flullc-In Kitchen. Block from B ach.
REALTY
Boat Dock. Largo Lot. Taxes 173. Price
isi..d Shopping C.stet furnished SI2.OOO. $2OOO Down. Balance like
Rent.
PHONE 778-2444
Or WRITE BOX 1012

ANNA MARIA
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AU._ P'... A.._....

LBJ Rave you a tax cutLet --
RHP ahowyouhowto
spend IUII--We!!! do have features included:
I some fine buys right
now. CD DUPLEX onlya 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
atone a throw from the
Gulf. FURNISHED FOR SCREENED PORCH FULL GARAGE

[ONLY SI4.500. Another SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM

Partly ood buy furnlahed on Bay Blvd. CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CONDITIONINGFULLY

BR Home PRICED TO SODDED LAWN TROPICAL LANDSCAPING NEW Three-Bedroom Two lath Homo on
ELL AT 9500.: For Canal at 71 at Street Holmes Itoach.Open for
ese and many other Inspection. Price ONLY $2I.3OOI'Can assume
Rood buys Mortgage of II6.0OO-NO CLOSING COSTS I
Call ONE OF THE BEST BUYS WK HAVK( BEEN
Ralph Parrish n.. _.
.. ... .. ABLE TO OFFER IN SEVERAL YEARS
or Peggy Moore.rriscR..lty I. ' .$ bye.
.. s. L- C.-
et s33.70.1. S.. e., See REALTOR
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NO.Pl....A..o M.i48.1O2 REGISTERED CALL 778-1917 BROKER 2217 Gulf Drive, Bracfanton Beach

.77a-2121 771-2663 or .v.. 7781464rr



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_ ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


:ETASTIE: 1/2JJ
4sdeafe: from the ordinary
Shop atB PERMANENT FLOWERS :'_.

Come see our wide selectionof '; '4e4 tad '4944:.; .'.Q.

smart exciting and unusual STUFFEDANIMALS
C
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home furnishings. -.---.. _..,..-

...where yourIrade Just arrived! New Lamp shipment Party Goods & GIFTS
helps to h. Free Gift & Mail
HOmE Island -Furniture: Center Wrap
support your way := .. ddall i Lending Library
of life '(( t..... -' Q- SJt;"., I.Ie" l""bc'c"
,/ -"' .1....... _
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CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE I "\ ,, '\ :: -'--

W E R E t..IT PLAY fOLDING TINS liDS'DIArEtS AIT CIWS ., ,
HIGH CHAIRS LINENS *SUNBATHING COTS
STICKLERS -LANXCTS' HAN.IYDANDY. ..
Linen Rental Service 778-1472 fvn,,ava .
214.54th St. Holmes Beach t a'7
OPEN 7 AM.9 P.M.

1-''AB h Call|| 7782012R. ISLAND EVERY DAY

:J ....
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 4 It """"
C. SCHUCHARD

PLUMBINO CONTRACTOR PHI LCD. 1 1964 TV! FOR THE WORLD'S FAIRESTBY
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH GLORIA SWANSON FOR
1cJ@JR o( [
PURITAN FOREVER YOUNG
PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUP PLIES,PUMPS, REPAIRS
@ @ Starizteiib0 '

Huffine's Standard Service 12.95

(a s 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE s
CALL 778-1771 1111
night 778-1440 Washable, loveable, delightful Dacroii* polyester crepe is
for wearing now or at the World's Fair. Leafy, ferny
Anna Maria Island's Only subtle" colorings printed on Dacron* polyester crepe has! a
fashion way. Marvelous/! I box>> pleated skirt' i is in for the
LICENSED DEALER duration.
\ Blue, Pink. Lilac Cold. 10-20
BuickRamblerDodgeDodgevDartPlymouth
Other Styles-100% Dacron-12J4%

t ALSO SEE OUR SPECIALS


r 99 Prices as low as $169.95

Layaway ._ .....
Bargain Table ISLAND TV 7781703Corner P.... ::4 ::w.. "I.n- 4ian.A 778-1161

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.

SMALL- l{;;
TOOLS ftISCELIANEOUS Beachwear
.#' - Ii New Shipment MATERIALSfor

ITEMSHolmes BEACH COATS $2.98$3.39$3.98BEACH D'zed 74wei, tl1Vf \)

ll_ r---I TOWELS JUMBO $2.98 c ? })

LARGE $2.19

BEACH BAGS LINED $1.98 *
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teach Supplies Inc. BEACH MATS STRAW 98< m i O mss,. na- ozo
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778-1131 c. ..
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ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-IOJI wo...I4
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachPROGRESS .
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No community can continue to grow and prosper E.OC"thA1't

without assurance that it will have on adequate ,lf- B.fec.you buy amy power mower,
look at LAWN-BOr
supply of fresh, pure water.That is our responsibilityon ...the mowers that sot standards by which
you can Iud...all'others
Anna Maria Island- -to make certain that our - - - - -

\ customers of today and those of tomorrow, have an NEW SHIPMENT
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N unending source of water at the I lowest possible cost. for your 1 SHAKESPEARERODS


M AJOREXPENSES & REELS
Manatee County Water MEDICAL

,, Company 1NE DELIVER 77S-2S11
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OPEN TT1L 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
778-2022

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778-1697 778-1548
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