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: March 19, 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: VID00216
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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645 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 19. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Island Postal Service Under Discussion IA.




M. Special Meeting Home Delivery Of Mail On IslandA

A special meeting of the Anna
Middle Of
Maria City Commission was Possibility By MayHome
held at the city office Thursday
morning. delivery of mail on the Island may become a fact
Following some discussion within a few weeks. Eugene Saley of St. Petersburg postal
the commission passed a service officer covering the central west coast area for the
resolution about the use of U. S. Post Office Department told a meeting of the Island
temporary signs by 4 Division of _the Manatee _County_ Chamber of Commerce last
candidates.The week he would recommend that Anna Maria May Have --.
service for Holmes Beach and
that: Candidates new resolution or I II Bradcnton Beach.In New City Office BuildingAnna

wish to erect such I opening his talk. Saley Maria City may have anew
apply to the city said: .1 have nothing In the city office building although -
permit with the : I world to sell you but we can plans of the project arc
show the location improve the service here if now merely tentative and only
and a sketch of the we have one central post office in the discussion stage.
Such signs of a size" with two wings (branchest In 1962. Norman Roscdale.a .
reasonable" by the of proposed Anna three post offices In all. local builder prepared plans
sion may be is still in the "It seems to me that the for a new city office building.
private property with they say it Island would benefit by having lie proposed to the city commission -
of owners of the ." (Related a central post office in the that he build the new
with the provision the page) center of the Island with two building tocoHt approximately
owners will be branches." lie said Anna Maria 91O.OOO.! In exchange for three
removal of the signs Dedicated City does not Justify a city city-owned Iota cast of the
days after the delivery system on its own-- present city office on Pine
which the signs are of Saturday's Island because its population is not Avenue. Lots 9. 10 and 12.
Earlier in the week Manatee County large enough. It would need Block -44. Anna Maria Beach
Planning Zoning and dedicated the new about 2. 00 people. Subdivision.
Board met to con at the county Saley said he had conferredwith The three lots each 32.1 by
request to rezone end beach. former Holmes Beach 100 feet have never been used
and 30. Block 2. M. B. "Mickey" Mayor Carl F. Scott and Ray by the city and were valued
Beach Subdivision of the County Park. Perrlnc. one of the owners of last fall by the city board of
commercial. The Recreation Com- the Island Shopping Center evaluation at 12000. That
are on the west side briefly and about home delivery of mall value included a ten percent
Boulevard south of other officials who In Bradcnton Beach and in real estate broker' commission -
,nue, were zoned in acquiring the Holmes Beach and also about in case the lots ever wore
until about two years for the county and consolidating the l Island post sold. '
the time a new city in its prelim offices.lie West Coast Proportion of
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ordinance was Some of said there would be no Clearwater Inc.. developer of -
lots were rezoned present were "IOHH of Identity' with a cen- Lake LaVlsta and Luana Isles
tiple family), Carl F. Scott vice tral post office. The central haH an casement: across the
error and without and Walter W. not- office would be In Holmes three lots, however which
owners of the of the beach Beach but mall from the other constitutes a legal stumbling
the lots is owned by and Jack Wynn. two offices would be postmarked block in any consideration of
Hackney another by member; with the name of the selling or otherwise disposingof
Adams and the third John Benson city for example: "Anna Ma the property.
Richard. James Ferguson ria. Anna Maria Island. Fla." Therefore as a step toward
The review board Maria City; J Henry After discussion of the question clearing the city's) title on the
mended the lots be Bradcnton Beach a motion that thcdlvlsion lots, the communion voted to
commercial and the Twist of Holmes go on record as favoring a write West Coast and notify
sion voted to 3)y retiring Mayor central post office with two that company that the city
recommendation. of Holmes branches was defeated by a would be responsible for the
vote of five to four. maintenance of the bridge on
Safe Cracked At
Mike Klcm- Saley said if his recommendation Crescent Drive and (ho bridge
Reynard's Yacht county commission Is approved the service on Hay Boulevard and also a
Several hundred the south end park probably would be initiated in would maintain the channel In
stolen from a small Ion to the people 'from 45 tooOday" lie said. the canal from the Hay Boulevard -
break-In at Pete .. however that persons who Bridge eastward to the
Yacht Club "To me. this !Is a have or want to have post point where Ic reaches Tampa
Thursday night. It is a great day office boxes, can continue to 1I.a y.
The break was of my dreams has receive their mall at the post (Both bridges and the channel
Mrs. Reynard who dream to see offices. were built by West Coast as
restaurant about 9:30 property dedicated If carrier service Is started pare of Us development In the
Friday. She called '' of Manatee Coun there would be one delivery a city and never have been
Beach Police Chief enjoyment has day. with carriers starting officially accepted by the city.
Snooks Adams. A metal ) on Page 3)) about 10 a.m. and finishing at In return West Coast Is to
box had been taken about 3 p.m. In addition, each execute In the Guy's favor a
light safe after the carrier would pick up outgoing quit claim deed co the easement
the safe had been mall at the homes to which he across the city Iocs.
Reynard estimated the ; made deliveries. City officials this week said"
"$600 to J8OO." j If the post office department that the new city office Is only
did not know the exact j jHe follows 5alev's recommendation "a dream" so t.ar. bur if and
said he had made : 1 the home service will lx when the project reaches the
deposit of restaurant I operated' out of the liradenton actual planning stage serious
Thursday evening, as Beach fort Office fur Chat con ltJer4tlon would bet given
every night. HO that city and Holmes I fleach. For the to building Ic on the ground
the money box entire Island It would have to rwar the Community House.
of petty cash change 0 operate out tit Holmes' fleach. (Continued on Page 3)
pay envelopes which h
been dlJltrlbut .
According to Adams 0 ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Prieto. identification
of the Manatee County T--.......... ..... ..*...!I INotic

iffs Department, .am K *>o Rom tttsh _
assisting Adams in the
tigation, entry to the Mar. I9"t4Mar. 70 44- 72 i6
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was gained through a 11- -r4 TV 7* tel 66 None
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to the restaurant. The I May 1T- -'70 7* 70 77rtt db Nun
broke a glass slat in Mat 13.-'70 7" 7 ouale door pushed Mat 1470 '7. T9BO rn 65a Nuns
screen then reached Mar ISJiMar. art s i 65 t40rM
unlocked the door from of I to I me. Beach
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side, forcing a bolt at Judge Robert
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by THE EDITORAnna _

Return To NormalcyTuesday _
Maria Mayor Jim Fer- _
guson brought in a little news
evening a special meeting was held at the Holmes sheet called "Twin Village _
Beach City Office with the business at hand, the swearinginby Topics" and published as the _
Mayor Elmer G. Twist of three "new" aldermen, John E. bulletin of the Rotary Club of _
Holmes Jr., Merrill M. Tritt and F.Bouvard Shell City Clerk Damariscotta-Newcastle Me. i calt. _
Polly Archer and City Marshal Leon Stafford. This little publication carries r
After a year of famine for good government in Holmes among other things the following -
Beach it was indeed a heart-warming experience to see the paragraphs: 'Doc'
? administration of the business of the Island's largest,and George writes from Anna Ma-
beyond a doubt most Important city back in the hands of men ria Island, Fla., the Sunshine
and women of good will and good intent.Of State, that Grace and he are t. JI
the three former mayors who are local residents, two having a fine time. George
attended the meeting and the third was conspicuous by his adds: 'Had a nice chat with
absence. Of the administrative group which took office only a your old pal. Mayor Jim Fer-
year ago and the two holdover aldermen from the previous guson. He is well and happy.At F
year not one was at the city office at Tuesday evenings meet- least he says he would
Ing, thus demonstrating quite clearly their genuine interest in rather live here than where
the affairs of the city. you are. I don't agree. Hope
NEW ADMINISTRATION in Holmes Beach. After aldermen
made brief in which he new -
Mayor Twist a statement pointedout all is well with you and all the
that he had made no promises before he was elected, and boys.' were sworn in Tuesday evening, the group posed for
the only promise he would make in taking over the Job of "George, why not tell Jim to pictures. Left to right: Alderman John E.Holmes Jr.. Mayor
mayor was to pledge that he and his colleagues on the boardof drop up this way to see at first Elmer G. Twist, Alderman F. Bouvard Shell, City Clerk Mrs.
aldermen would do everything in their power to keep Holmes hand why we like Maine better Polly Archer Alderman Merrill M. Tritt and City Marshal
Beach and Anna Maria Island good places in which to live. than any spot on the globe?Jim Leon F. Stafford. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Residents and voters of Holmes Beach owe a debt of Jes' halnt seen nuthin yet,
. > gratitude to the present city administration especially to until he sees Maine. A few weeks ago a party of Corps commandant, and many
the three newly-elected members of the board of aldermen. "This Is despite the fact that Defense Dept. top brass visited top assistants. All traveling in
Only few months ago, none of the three entertained any Jim's island city has low taxes Mac Dill AFB briefly: Army one plane--which on the surface -
idea of running again for office. But when enough local and no debt whatever. We understand and Navy chiefs of staff. Air is a violation of all rules
residents had pleaded with them to do it again "because the the jail has no doorsor Force vice chief the Marine of common sense!
city needed them," they headed back toward the city office, windows and is minus a roof
fully aware In advance that by so doing they were sacrificingmuch down thataway. Must be kind of
of their leisure time during their terms of office. The tranquil where The Islander,
three already had served the city for a combined term as the weekly newspaper carrieson LETTERS S
aldermen for approximately 22 years--while the city Itself is its masthead Where Life
not yet 141! Is Peaceful. . And Fishing Is .
So, as a suggestion--the best way for the voters to show Good.' "
their governing officials they are interested in what actionsare It may be true that Mayor Jim Dear Editor: office here.
taken by those officials, is to attend the meetings of the Ferguson doesn't know about Here is a copy of a letter I It is suggested that ALL
board of aldermen, and to take a much more ACTIVE PARTin Maine from having visited it-- have mailed our Congressman, patrons of Anna Maria and
local government. AND START RIGHT AWAY! but this editor DOES know a relative to the virtual closing Bradenton Beach post offices
little about Maine--and from of our Anna Maria Post Office. write the Honorable James A.
Mail Animal having lived there, too. During It is hoped that our City Haley Member of Congress
WW II we spent more than two Commissioners, at the next and make known their protests
Mr. Eugene Saley of St. Petersburg, Postal Services Officerfor years in Brunswick doing our meeting will adopt a resoluagainst discontinuance of their
this area of the West Coast, spoke to the members at last little part toward winning the tion similar to #181 of Sept. separate independent offices.
week's meeting of the Island Division of the County Chamberof thing by our duty at the Naval 10, 1962. urging the retention Very truly yours,
Commerce. Air Station there. And while we of a fully Independent post H. E. Cox
Innocently or intentionally, Mr. Saley stirred up a hornets'nest agree that it's great country in
when in the course of his talk about improved postal the summer (very brief), the March 16. 1964
service on the Island, he suggested the possibility of havinga winters (very long and cold The Hon. James A. Haley
combined post office on the Island, which would be locatedin with snow up to here) could be House of Representatives
Holmes Beach, with the present post offices at Bradenton greatly improved. We agree Washington, D. C.
Beach and Anna Maria to remain in service but presumablywith too, that both Damariscotta Dear Mr. Haley:
a lower status, and with fewer employees. and Newcastle are nice towns. Probably at the continued present. Fortunately, the pro-
Immediately, those members of the chamber who live in We miss those gorgeous sum- instigation of certain personsIn posal was defeated by a
Anna Maria, and who were present at the meeting went into mers with all those delicious Holmes Beach and for the majority vote.
action, and when a vote was taken on a motion to have the Maine lobsters, but at the furtherance of their personalor This is about the same pro-
chamber division endorse the proposal, the eight members same time we don't miss at all business Interests one Mr. posal as was offered nearlytwo
voting split down the middle, with Mayor Elmer Twist of those cold, hard winters!IN Eugene Saley. Postal Services years ago. You were furn-
Holmes Beach casting the deciding vote against the proposal, It If Officer, stationed in St. Petersburg ished a copy of Resolution 181,
principally because he objected to seeing the matter rushed This Item could be headed: appeared before a Sept. 10, 1962 of Anna Maria
through without the people of the Island knowing anything about INEFFICIENCY REWARDED, meeting of our Island Chamberof City Commission opposing any
it. but today Is our day for being Commerce on March 12, change or down-grading of our
What Mr. Saley may or may not have realized, is that here nice, and we won't head it that 1964. post office. You Informed us
(post offices) Is a subject on which the vast majority of Island way. Just want tocall attentionto Mr. Saley proposed and requested that no change would be made.
residents can become quite emotional--and if the status quo Is the fact that a certain public an endorsement of a We again seek assurance from
threatened In any way--can become, and quickly too, downright utility serving our area--de- plan to establish a new con- you.We
belligerent. spite its generally Inefficient solidated post office in Holmes urge the prompt appoint-
Analyzing the situation--the proposed change In post officesIs operations, and despite a 61- Beach under the name of ment of a postmaster for Anna
a change which would affect at least to some extenteveryone day strike, during which it "Anna Maria Island" and to Maria. Such action would make
on the Island! Therefore if the post office department and overlooked almost completelythe reducethepreaentlndependentpost our office less vulnerable.
its employees are sincere in trying to improve the postal welfare and convenience of offices in Bradenton I am a home-owner, full time
service along any lines which will be in accord with what the Its customers--this week has Beach and Anna Maria to a"substation" resident and a commercial
majority of the people on the Island want they should try a reported its 1963 operating status, with no property owner here.
sampling of opinion somewhat larger than can be taken at a revenues were up $7.1 million postmaster and probably one Thank you for your assis-
meeting of the Island chamber group. Usually there aren't or 14.7 percent a new high. part time employee.As tance.
enough members in attendance at those meetings to start a Net Income--repeat NET INCOME you know, Anna Maria is
good rousing game of Run. Sheep Run. --was up $1.2 million. the oldest city and oldest post Respectfully H. E. Cox,
So, if they really want a sampling of opinion, let's make it So, after having been forced to office on the Island. Only nine Chairman, Precinct 14,
possible. Mr. Saley suggested that residents write their deal with the public utility in voting members of the Cham- Manatee County Demo-
congressman about the postal service on the Island. That question for several years the ber of Commerce were cratic Committee
congressman la the lion. James A. Haley of Sarasota. only conclusion we can draw Is
a. So, if you have an opinion about the proposed change in that its rates--approved by the The IslanderAn
postal services, and/or Island post offices, by all means, Florida Railroad and Public
write Mr. Haley. A letter will reach him If It is addressed to: Utilities Commission--are Independent Weekly published every Thursday
The lion. James A. Haley, House of Representatives Washington much too high! If the earningsof by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
D. C. this company were in line
We have talked with Mr. Haley a few times and have every with its operating efficiency 314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island, Florida.

reason to believe he is a reasonable man. and besides this is and subject to the competition EDITOR..........._._._. .........STEVE KIMBALL
an election year--which makes all elected officials more moat private Industry is subject -
amenable to suggestions from their constituents. to. it should be reportinga ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
loss of three or four billion. MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737 Anna Maria Florida.
.Fr..d.. Of Tli. Press N I N TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
With the deadlines past for
The recent majority opinion of the United State Supreme candidates for state and county SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S- $3.50per
Court on the matter of the libel suit against the New York offices to qualify, a good crop year; $2 for six months. Canada.
Times is a signal victory for the right of free speech and a has turned out--in fact according i5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a
free press--without which no democracy can survive. And the to some of them-- $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ..
only reason Justices Hugo L. Black Arthur J. Goldberg and "more than necessary" for percent for six consecutive insertions q ... '
+ William O. Douglas did not join in the majority opinion was some offices Every day our if paid by tenth of following month. ti
that they felt the majority opinion did not go far enough in mail includes a mile or two of National or agency placed advertising. 'I""
establishing an absolute privilege for criticism of officials. campaign propaganda, and we $1.26 per column inch. I1I]Ih
Which decision is made even more significant than it wouldbe have decided that it Isn't the ISCTKM sravam wjuiuifu- a vfl
ordinarily by the fact that on the local level. The ISLANDERand candidates who need extra helpto CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
its editor were criticized in some quarters last summer get elected--it's the poor Entered as Second Class matter under
because of the paper's criticism of certain Island officials' editor who needs a special the Act of March 3. 1879.
warped sense of what was right or wrong for the laland and its press secretary Just to keep
people. Although such vindication as that of Supreme Court
all the candidates sorted out
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COUNTY'S
ONLY NEWSPAPER
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Thursday.. March 19. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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PAVILION . Y u+ High Twelve ClubAt 8 am to 8 put W..kdoy*
(Continued from Page 1)
8 am to 2 pm Sundays
become a reality." f this week's meetingof
The crowd of several tw i the Island High Twelve

hundred applauded when ,i.t Club at noon, Thursday.
Klemmer said "The next Mar. 19.the members and WfBB'SIsland[
great step will be the removal wives will enjoy fish fryat
of the tolls from the the Anna Maria Bay L i
Island bridges which will Park. Ralph Parrish and
give the people of Manatee Tom McKay will head the .' )- Pharmacy
County free access to our committee arranging for 5904 Marina Drive
wonderful beaches." the event and will be
Mayorl\feunler.assistedby assisted by Ray Hardy 778-1411-Nit.I 778-2075

Hernando De Sow and Dick Holt and Harvey J. D. WEB.. PK.m..cl'.tSHOPPING
his Queen cut the ribbon frY'L Meyer. In case of rain
which officially opened the the fish fry will be held at O "'A
pavilion to public use. the Anna Maria Community ,- :
Members of the Bra- House.
denton Beach City Council t 1 Mrs. Irma Cox postmaster -
acted as a committee of at Bradcnton
welcome to De Soto and the Beach will be the speakerat CE'NTERFREE
Queen. the meeting of the clubon
Earlier in the afternoon Thursday Mar. 26. to DELIVERY
a crowd of more than be held at the Holmes 1
l.QOO gathered at the Anna Beach Yacht Club at noon. REGISTERED
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Maria Bay Park to watchan At top. Pete Reynard ana
A. Garden
M. ClubAn
hour long water ski Holmes Beach Police PHARMACISTSON
show by the Ski-A-Rees installation luncheon Chief W.ll.Snooks Adams
and an even larger crowd of the Anna Maria Garden looking at door through DUTY
gathered at the south end Club will be held at the which thief or thieves en- AT ALL TIMES
to see a thrilling perfor- Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat tered the restaurant to
mance of aerial acroba- 1 p.m.. Wednesday rob safe. Lower. Adams
tics by Robert Hoover of .1:1: Mar. 25. with Mrs. I. V.Colvln. checking small safe from LAXAID 99<<2:
North American Aviationin 4"..... .. first president of which money box was
a P-51 Mustang and Upper left--Mike Klemmer vice chairman of the the club to officiate. taken. tablets or granulesCOMPASSION
the finish of a boat-a- County Commission giving the main address of the Officers to be installedwill
cade. dedication of the south end beach and pavilion at be Mrs. Robert SAFE CRACKED . .
The Silver Whistle Saturday's Island Day celebration. Upper right- Moses president; Mrs. (Continued from Page 1) arosol
Edward Haynes.first vice of the door.
Mayor Henry Meunier of Bradenton Beach cutting Apparently
A number of changes ribbon which officially opened new pavilion to the president; Mrs. Burton the thief was familiar with for burns & itching
have been made in the cast public. He was assisted in the ribbon cutting by Harrison, second vice the premises because no 3 oz. $1.75
for "The Silver Whistle," De Soto and his Queen. Lower picture What cele- president and Mrs. Em- other part of the building
by Robert McEnroe third bration would be complete without plenty of pretty mett Smallcy secretary. showed where anything 6 oz. $2.75
and last production of the girls? Pictured are the aspirants for the Dc soto Members and guests are had been stolen. 12 $3.75
season by the Island Queen title for 1961. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) asked to make reserva- Adams said Tuesday that oz.
Players. Bill Wilson of tions by the 23rd with no arrest had been madeIn
Sarasota will take over Marion Broderick of tcr, will be Margaret Mrs. Walter Tripp 514 connection with the 144 SUPER
for Darrell Henry in the Anna Maria will replace Donaldson of Uradcnton Bay Boulevard. Anna Mara theft. Adams la being; assisted Plonamins
role of Reverend Watson.Mr. Prudy Taylor in the lead- Beach who has appearedIn or by calling Mrs. In the Investigation
Henry left the cast ing feminine role of Miss earlier plays.PLASTIC Tripp at her home at by Deputy Mike Prlcto of 36 FREE $7.95
under doctor's orders last Tripp superintendent of 7782778. the Sheriffs office. -
week. Mr. Wilson a new- the home for the aged. 100 Upjohn
comer to the local stage Taking over her original SIGNS Your Authorized
has appeared in numerous role of Miss Hoadlcy a Non.Ruvtlng No Repainting UNICAPS $1.77
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Wensten of Miami Beach. ..Mrs. Nora Gordon of
About Peopl... I Ottawa Ont.. .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hessner of
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S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. L. P. Salmonsen of -- ; Indianapolis. ..Mrs. Dorothy Gaudrault L. :J.Power
Shrewsbury. Mas*...Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Wood Jr.of Port Washington : and J. Ahern all of Salem. Mass.. Mr. and Mrs.
Pa..Mr..JackJohnandMr..N.Barederof Chagrin Falls. Guy Frank and son of Sheffield Ala. . Mr. and Mrs.L. .

Ohio. Brown of Gulfport Ont. ..Mr. and Mrs. Stephan
CHARLIN VILLAS and Mrs. Milne of Oak 111.
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and Welsmiller w- Gergley Crown Point Ind..Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. Mrs. Robert V. of
Detroit...Mr. and Mrs. Duane C. Kllngler of Pauldlng Ohio... : Rylu of Flint Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. Stan Bissell of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Orpe and son of Bolton Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Springfield DI. .Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Streeter of
James A. Brunlng: of Toledo.Ohio...Mr.and Mrs.Sam Goodwin of Bernardston Mass. .Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lewis of
Frankfort Ind..Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C.Warford of Indianapolis...
Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Felghan of
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Feller of Coldwater. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. . Bluffton,
George C. Engel of Chatham. Ul...Mr.and Mrs.Luther A. Hall of S. C...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon of Kansas City. ..
Bllasf leld. Mich...Mr.and Mrs.Gerald McConnell of Homer.N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bock of Chevy Chase, Md..Mr.
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Mrs. Wilfred llartleld of Kitchener Ont...Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
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D. C..Mr. and Mrs. F. W.McDermottof Davenport. Iowa HELEN'S MOTEL:Mrs. W.S.Graves of Bennington
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...Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kampbell of Mlddletown. Conn. ISLAND VISITOR from Copenhagen. Denmark Mrs. Andre Meyer of Indianapolis.MR. .
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and Mrs. C. II. Krause of Scottsburg. Ind..Robert M. Kester of months with her brother-in-law: and sister. Mr. andMrs. Carl M. AND MRS. GEORGE ALREAD of Atlanta have
Charlotte N. C..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gauss of Oscoda. Mich. Olsen of 111 -3rd Street South Bradenton Beach.Mrs.Olsen (left) announced the recent birth of their third son. Mrs.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz of had not seen her sister since she visited In Copenhagen IS years Alread is the former Miss Lynda Stafford daughterof
Pompano Beach...Mr. and Mrs.Richard Thompson of Indianapolis ago. Mrs. Berggren. whose visit here was her first to this country Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Stafford of Guava Street
...Mr. and Mr. James Slack of Hampton. N. H..Mr. and Mrs. found everything somewhat different from her own country and
Andy Hurter of Oak Park. 111. "very exciting. A widow she finds much to keep her occupied. Holmes Beach.
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Armstrong and son of She has been an active member of a Danish amateur club for 35 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT POWER of White Bear
Wolcott. N. Y.PROTIIERO. _.. years, the Danish equivalent of American Little Theatre and alsoIs Lake, Minn., and their daughters Wendy and Robin
APARTMENTS; : : Miss Lena Wright ana MISS Esther a member of a Danish-American Sister Lodge.(Islander Photo) the Cottage 50th
are occupying: Harctraves: at Street
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field N. J...Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Farrell of Toronto. Ont..Mr., Paul Patterson of Homosassa Springs..Mr.and Mrs.John Black- and the Gulf for the month.
and Mrs. David McKerley of Concord. N. H..Mr. and Mrs. T. J. icon of Wilmington Del. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT PETERS have had as
Peacock of St. Catherine. Ont. EAST O* THE SUN: Miss Nancy Carpow. Lucille Rath and Margaret recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erickson of
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SEA ISLE MOTEL:Harold ScovUl of Leesburg...Mr.and Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs. George Carwln and Mr.and Mr. II. C. Wakefield of Anna Maria for a few weeks.
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Falls Wis.BAYVIEW. Avon Park. Fla...Miss Linda M. Neeld and Miss Connie Holts of sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Nielsen of 404
VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Gorman Chicago...Mr. and Mr. Daniel Gillian of Zolfo Springs...Mr.and 20th Place Bradenton Beach. Miss Nielsen Is head
of Dunkirk. Ohio...Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Harrington of Rosedale Mrs. Merle K. Keelor and Mrs. G. Bangerter of Dayton Ohio...
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Mra. Joseph De Deyn of Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs.Fred W. ton of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. E. L.Archer of Lansing Mich... making her second visit here. She visited the Island
Brechl: of Stevensvllle. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Chester Watts Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pritchett of Bethany Beach. Del. Irst_ about 15 years ago.
Joseph Huskey. Mrs. Lois Trafford and Miss June Gates all ofOacoda. CUTI-TINO Mr. and Mra. R. Brunaman of Dayton Ohio. MRS. CAROLINE MILLER of Buffalo, N. Y. was a
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Warren Pa...Mr. and Mr. Richard Volz and family of Tampa... Pomona. N. J..Mr. and Mr.Earl Kollmorgen of Fraser Mich... last week after spending several weeks at the Mickel-
L. W. Gibson of Charlottesville V..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- Mr. and Mrs. J. Rushman and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Francis of sen Cottage on the Gulf Holmes Beach.
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March 19. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page :5QQ

..
Dick Connick 224 LET'S GO FISHING
Pat Flanagan 223 _
Bob Guild 222 By JIM CERUNC .
111i9 Lths Byron Arkebauer 214 The moat welcome sign spring for
01 Chick Chapman 212 some time waa the large school of
Roy Phillips 211 Mackerel that moved Into Tampa Bay
Harvey Meyer 204 last week. 1k
Bob Guild 204 Went out near Paaaage Key on Fridayon
Bud Hottman 200 a Mackerel flatting expedition with 1 NM. YL
First place Bayou Marina retained Capu Clyde Fore and between us.we
lt. first place lead In Island MixedlAasue HIGH SERIES (MEN) connected for 18 nice Mackerel." The
bowling Friday evening, even Pat Flanagan 643 largest weighed In at about 3 pound .
though It picked up only one point In Its Bob Guild 622 They were' hitting on small white
match with Anna Maria City Pier. Top Byron Arkebauer 6O2 dudea. spoons and live bait.We talked
score. In the match were Glenn Sal- Dick Connick 575 with other who wereflahingihe' area .
ford. 178-479. for City Pier and Ed Chick Chapman 522 and found they were' using 0 and 00
Haverkoa. I*3-484.for Bayou Marina. Roy Phillips 519 poona. Almost everyone out there
Other scores were: Linen Rental Bud Hottman 3O4 was catching flan. There were some _\
Service "Island Marine Supply O.(Pat Harvey Meyer 496 Bluefish caught the same day -not
Flanagan. 248-643; Roy Phillip.211- Clayton Bower 493 many--but atlll Blueflah. While moat j
519). Lloyd Hanson 49O of the others trolled we were drift
.
Dick Wagner Realty 3. Bay Area flatting using live bait and casting
Insurance 1. (Bud Hottman. 2OO-3O4 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULESand the small dulS...
Dave Boozer.178.Roy Ferguson 463)). Bar Bay Area Insurance I was amazed at the number of
Sand Bar 3. B K Hardware l.By Island Pharmacy Bayou Marina Mackerel In the p" ... School after ." ::6.'T ..- -
ron Arkebauer. 214-6O2 Clayton A.M.City Pier B ft K Hardware. school of them were coming into the
Bower. 184-493). Connick'a TV Ser. Linen Rental Bay and going on toward the Sunshine Pier fishermen Cindy and Earlene
Schuchard Plumbing 2. Island Phar- Island Marine Sup. Schuchard Plumb. Skyway. It would be difficult to try to Hecht daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Island Garden ClubA
macy 2. (Bob Guild 222-622; Harvey Dick Wagner Realty Lay-Z-Llv-N estimate the.number. of .them. Hecht t< Vaaaar.Mlch.,wt\o he"e been
vacationing at the Rod ft Reel Motel.,
Meyer. 204-496). N #
Conflict's TV Service 2.Uay-Z-Liv- ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE PIER FISHING Gary Thompson of Anna Maria with Picture of girls was.snapped nearby meeting of the Island
N Motel 2. (Dick Connick. 224-375; League leading Island Marine Supply Pompano. Speckled Trout and trophy won In Saturday 1.1AR1M"! Rod. ft Reel Pier where the youngsters Garden Club will be heldat
Bob Relnel. 189-483). maintained its lead In 1.laRBowUng Sheepahead are atlll the "hot lIe-me." Boat A Cade. (ISLANDER: PHOTO) apparently were having the time of
the cafeteria
League action Monday evening by win their young live pulling In some fair of the
LEAGUE STANDINGS ning three points from Schuchard Gene Moaa 224 Those Sheepah ad are' allll hanging trout and sheeoshead.it.landetPhotolMoywoodian Island School at 6:30p.m.,
Bayou Marina 69.5 Plumbing. High scores were Andy George Oykacra 223 around the piling, dust walling lobe Picnic Friday. Mar. 20 when the
Linen Rental Service 65.5 Rasmussen. 2O2-S34. and Steve Alex. Gary Wagner 214 caught Speckled Trout are movingIn ,
Anna Marla City Pier 62.5 175. Ed Wle... 483. Hank Barber 213 In ever-lncreaalng numbera. The fifth annual gathering of residents .. traditional potluck supper
Island Pharmacy 60 Other scores were VanOntenbrldge Earl Drew 211 and former residents of will be served. A brief
Schuchard Plumbing 57 Builders 3.City Pier Beachcombers Chick ChApmn. :2OO POMPANO MOVING IN Maywuud. III. will take place at the
Bay Area Ineurance 57 (George Dykstra. 223-567; Art Schu- Pompano are coming Into the Pass Manatee County Beach pavilion onWednesday. business meeting will follow -
B K Hardware 56.5 maker 232-396). TOP TEN SERIES aRfew! haw been caught off the Apr lstarllngiist I II a.m. and then Mrs. Clyde
Dick Wagner Realty 56 Tropical Vista 3. The ISLANDER 1. Bob Guild 63 plera. So.you surf fishermenlimberup All l present and former rMaywmid-
Sand Bar 51.3 (Bob Guild. 278-683 Pat Flanagan. Art King 621 your tackle and! get down to the Ian." are' Invited to attend and__old Phelps will speak to the
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 48Connick. 193-543). Art Schumaker SOA beach or you will miss out on a lot and new frlenda there.Thoae attendingmay group on the History of
'. TV Service 45 Bayou Marina 3.Bay Area Insurance Hank Barber 587 of action. takethelr own lunch.or lunch maybe
Maria Island and
Anna Its
Island Marine Supply 43.5 1. (Gary Wagner 214. Hank Barber George Dykatra 567 ..!obtained the refreshment stand at
587 Earl Drew. 211-546). Andy Raamuaaen 354 MACKEREL, RIG FOR LIVE BAIT the beach. people.
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Gray's Econowaah 3. Anna Maria Byron Arkebauer 554 Aa moat fishermen know. Mackerel
Kathryn Green 181 Electric 1. (Byron Arkebauer. 203- Dick Wiggins 554 have a mouth full cf very sharp teeth, have been catching some nice Trout New F. D. OfficersNew
Safford 171 554; Gene Moss 224-541). Earl Drew 546 the reason for wing a wire leader. and Flounder.To .
.
Dot Davidson 164 Rover Men's Club 2.Pete Reynard's Pat Flanagan. . 343 The leader ahould be approximately officers of the Anna
Jo Safford 161 Restaurant 2. (Dick Wiggins.2O1-354; 28-pound teat,and from Idto 18 Incites digress' for a few lineSatur
Pat Geyer 159 K. P. Smith. 194. Leon Stafford.482). TEN LOW GAMES long. A I/O or 2/O hook la about right day's ski show was Ir..r.I"air show Marla Volunteer Fire Department -
Louise Flanagan 158 Nell Hunt 91 and if a swivel !. -... It should be a was terrific and the boatacade's were elected at
Kathryn Green 157 LEAGUE STANDINGS Fred Frost 114 small black one.Sinker SHOULD NOT potential was good..and the Interest
Peg Hottman 155 Island Marine Supply 69.5 Elmer Twist III be used with this type of rig. For a of lots of boatmen was aroused by the a meeting last week. Theyare
Phyllis Chapman 154 Bayou Marina 67.3 Fred Horn 11 1 barrel of fun. try catching Mackerelon advance publicity. BUT when It came : Aaron VanOsten-
Builders 66.5 Fred llorne 122 down bras tacks li eitremely
Peg Hottman 154 VanOaienbrldge light spinning tackle. to was
Roeer Men's Club 62 Ken Fellows 123 difficult to find out now to become part bridge Jr., president;
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Gray's Econowssh 60 Jim Ayers 124 Lefty Miller at the Anna Maria City of the event.Although Wesley Pritchard. vice
Kathryn Green 486 Tropical Vista 38.5 ROGER HAYNES I 123 Pier reports between three the generalities of the boat,
Jo Safford 472 City Pier Beachcombers SJ Gary Wagner 126 thousand pound of Sh -c: a.c.... was very sound, the organl< president; Jeffrey Willey,
Dot Davidson 436 Bay Area Insurance 50 Elmer Twist 127 at the pier during the past week, plus satin of the event left much to be secretary, and Jinx Fea-
.
Peg Hottman 433 The ISLANDER 49 approximately 2OO pounda Speckled.i desired. Approlmaiely j$ boats left gles treasurer.
Pat Geyer 432 Anna Marla Electric 49 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Trout few Pompano and some Mack the Anna Maria City Pier headed south ,
Betty Phillip 423 Schuchard Plumbing 46.5 Tropical Vista Bayou Marina er.l. as If part of the bo.t.a-cao .but their Reelected were John D.
Kay Ferguson 421 Pete Reynard's. Restaurant 40.5 laland Marine Supply Fxonowaah Capt. Frank Catvendlah. Rod. ft Reel skippers needed. some traffic control. Prothero, chief of the department -
Dot Bower 415 Anna Marla Electric The ISLANDERC. Pier Impresario says thai Pompano.UluefUh. because Instead of keeping together In
Phyllis Chapman 413 TOP TEN GAMES .P.Beachcomber Rover. M.C. .Mackerel and Speckled Trout something of a convoy the event and Dill
Louise Flanagan 403 Bob Guild 278 Pete Reynarda. Schuchard Plumb. have been landed by the patronaatthe deteriorated Into ...III""kh Murray, trustee of the
Art King 234 Bay Area Insurance VanOaienb'ge pier. resembled. a Gold Cup race and many
HIGH GAMES (MEN Bob Guild 233 Howard Miller at the llradenion i* the basis which started never department death benefit
Pat Flanagan 248 Art Schumakvr 232 Seasons high g.me. Beach City Pier aaya hla cuatomera made It to the south end i4 the' Island. fund.



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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. March 19. 1964

I CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE -
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RESOLUTION NO. 203 ".
WHEREAS there appeara to be a need
BERNARD MISSION
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for the regulation and authorization
(Roman Catholic) for the display of placard or algna of ':/;>t:; .. a
R... Francia F. Welamiller a political or temporary nature In the .'.)'; -. 1.P ,..
MASS City of Anna Maria Florida and :
: .
WHEREAS the City Commlaalon c>
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 reel that It la to the beat Intereataof

WEEKDAYS: 8 am the City to authorize the dlaplay of t..
such placard. or algna. aubject to
HOLY DAYS: 8 am reaaonable regulations and control
6 NOW THEREFORE. BE IT LflTI
pm RESOLVED by the City Commission
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: of the City of Anna Maria. Florida In
special session assembled follow:
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm 1. Any
peraon desiring to dlaplay
placards or signs of a political or
Memorial I ChurchHonDanom'notlonal
Harvey
temporary nature on private property
( I) within the city limit of Anna Maria ,
Florida. J f: >i'"""" 'i '
hereby authorized do.o. F
Bradenton Beach "-r": :'if!.. L1
2. Prior to of auch .
display placardor .
R... A. W. Sim ma sign an application must be madeto l- - NEW HOME at 532 70th Street Holmes Beach which
.
SUNDAY: the City Clerk which said application - : -" .. : ..> .. . -t'iII :.;:; recently was purchased by Leon Swope of Huron Ohio
shall state the location and '..-.....-."' i __a"it-
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. dimensions of the placard or algn I ..-"' - .... ,' jv-. mi from the Wm. B. Lee Co., builder of the home. Sale
1030a.m. Church Service. to be displayed and the applicant -w i
was a co-brokerage transaction by Key Royale
shall alao provide a sketch or facsimile Dramatic picture of the exterior of Gloria Dei
Christian' Science Service of said placard or sign Evangelical Lutheran Church taken recently. A Homes Inc. and John Beckett of Holmes Beach.
3. Said
placard or sign ahall be
A. M. Community Hou. placed only on private property with special service of dedication will be held at the

SUNDAY: the the consent property of owner the property shall be owner responsible and- church at 10:30 a.m.. Palm Sunday Mar. 22, with the Roser Church NewsMr. A SPECIAL SERVICE GOOD at Roser FRIDAY -

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN for the removal of such placardor public invited to attend and participate. and Mrs. Robert Memorial
Community
sign within ten (10)
( day after the
SCIENCE SERVICE. occasion for which the said placard or Ross of Gulf Park will Church will take place at
GLORIA DEL . .
Gloria' Del' Evangelical) sign PASSED was displayed.AND ADOPTED by the City (Continued from Page 1) Episcopal Church present their sacred Eas- 1 p.m., Friday Mar. 27,

Lutheran Church Commission of the City of Anna Maria and sacramental vessels Lenten Services ter pageant "He Is Risen"at under the sponsorship of
R.". L...tet M. Uhf Pastor Florida this the 12th day of March. ; 6:30p.m., Sunday Mar. the Island Ministerial Association -
A. D. 1964. the church choir under the
PALM SUNDAY: James O. Ferguson direction of Mrs. Harry Special Holy Week ser- 22, at Roser Memorial with several
9:15 am Church School. James O. Ferguson Church. The churches
Mayor Frazee of Sarasota and vices at the Episcopal Community participating.The .

10:30 am The Service. Harvey C. MeyerCommissioner the members and guests Church of The Annunciation pageant will be presented

Dedication of Church. Alma present. Church officers will be as follows: through the medium of Roser Church Men's

11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. Commissioner M. Haynes expect that more than 400 Palm Sunday 8 a.m.. hand puppetry and will be Club will hold its monthly

WEDNESDAY: Thomas McKay will attend the service. Holy Eucharist; 10:30 in the Fellowship Hall of meeting at 7:30 p.m.,

7:30 pm Midweek Lenten CommissionerRobert R. Moses Theme of the sermon a.m.. Blessing and Distribution the church with light refreshments Tuesday. Mar. 24, in the

Service. CommissionerUNCLASSIFIED will be "The House of the of Palms to be served. Fellowship Hall of the x..

L.t. ..I..... Ch..IN 1 Lord. based on the text. procession and Sung Eu- Church. The program will

( ....0..........,......) advance Psalms 122:1. A vocal charist. A special worship ser- feature a talk by Charles
payment required solo by Mrs. Frazee Monday and Tuesday vice will be held at Roserat Speer on the history mak- .

FRIDAY: 8 IInea-S1.O-mlnlmum-iO "The Holy City," will bea Mar. 23 & 24, 9 a.m.. 7:30 p.m., Thursday ing and playing of violins. '1

10:00 am Prayer Group. WILL THAUEi Equity In nice 3-DR. feature. Holy Eucharist. Mar. 26, with the Sacra- Light refreshments will

PALM SUNDAY: Creek 2-Uaih fa home Whitfield overlooking Golf Course liowleea for lot The service will be opento Wednesday 7 a.m., Holy ment of Holy Communionto be served and all men in

9:30: am Morning Service & or home In Holmes! (Heach.! 77S-287V | the public and a very Eucharist. be observed. the community are invitedto
Church School. LUST: My Blue Parakeet--Name I.Uilly. Maundy Thursday 5:30 C e attend.
Vicinity of Avenue A.Hradenton cordial invitation has been
11:00 am Worship Service & Ueach. Finder please call 778-276O
Sermon "What We May Believe s1'1 FOR KENT P.m.' *Garagctie_apartment fur attend. A special dedication by Procession to RELAX and ENJOY YOURSELF

About the Crucifixion" rent by month or year.Nicely located. program and a the Altar of Repose Strip-

MONDAY: convenient to post office stores and picture of the church will ping and Washing of the phone 778-2295
"'*"* 4"7srf'"y.Av Phone 77-10!> *
MOO pm Worship Service. FOR SALE BY OWNCRi Block 11, 1 be distributed to all who Altar.

"Believing the Beliefs ofJesus" Hay PalmaSub..llolmea teach l b3 f t. attend. FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE .r < .+
frontage 79th Street; I9O ft. frontageon
Gulf Drive. Zoned for professionaluse.
TUESDAY: Asking S8.OOU. I'. O. Boa IftlO. THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE BEACH BENDIX 5 ,
"lradenton*Jf* *. _ Prevlnelel French Atvoaphere
8:00 pm Worship Service. LOTS FOR u 93 t. on Can*1. i
"Our Need To Doubt Our 72nd St.S4.CXK; Ulmlnt Hay Lois fii"Q II1antu1airNORTH Laundry & Dry Cleaners
priced for quick sale; Gulf Front !
Doubts"WLDNESDAYj tlO.OOO 77th St. Canal. S4.UOO; 7Vh!
St. Canal. $1.MX>; 73rd St.. J.OCO. END: OF LONGBOAT KEY I
IN. B. raorilKRO.; Real' Estate Luncheon at 12-Dinner at 6 p.m. 205 Gulf Drive N Bradenton Beach

8:00 pm Worship Service. D'hf. II"A FIONS- on 1 Rer t 8-l"t., Iuch.nae. SARASOTA jaa-jaos

"Why Bother With the Also Dressmaking U'.rMr...
Church?" j=rank lfilr..1' JT"n 77.'MM-
'FOR SALEi 1 iota. on Palmetto Ave., Shell Fuel Oil
THURSDAY: (Mar. 2<(5) Anna Maria.Good location. Write ownr -

HOO pm Worship Service. Joseph Yurnlkl. Rt. I. Illlssfleld. PHONE 743-0691
Mien.! Or see! 11Ia.elpaame.' Heritor
Holy Communion. OPEN: Wl.r .IIOAf blOKACI{ avail ,
L IfIBCHf OFT D DEVELOpmEnT CORPOftflTIOnPresents
ible at ONLY $,.!tO per month at the DELIVERY ON ISLAND
,
Rosa Memorial' ChYf'chNonDen..n.I..I ItAYOU MARINA. INC..Hay Illvd.So..
( ) "nna ar a. Call 77"tl'. EVERY FRIDAY I
FOR' SALE: ton.. wide, Trailer and
M.". Richer K. Wq( .IIi.. 74 7u ed 7.
;Cabana. See at 727 7th Si.Gulf Park Please Place Order
PelrTHURSDAY Jr_ < *' 7'II-IOC''r'
FoIli, ten"'r|ty Owner 'Canal' Front ?" L
: Lot. &IOO a 101) Concrete Sea Wall. by 5p.m. Thursday - -
:ilft: pin Cherub Choir. :lty. Water and Artesian Well. Paved
0JO; pm Junior. Choir. iirret. fine location In Holmes' (lt.a h.P.HONK .
7711 tW. READ
7i30 pin Senior' Choir FOR SALE:: New home on ;3O3; Ft.
SUNDAY: teawalled Canal Frontage. J Large THE ISLANDER :-i:'. TI.s .
:
.
lledriMifnt 2 Baths. Large Florida
9:00..n Worship Service. Ron.n and 2..Car Garage rile Koufi
10:00 'Insulated 'Intercom system central fx
am Sunday School. NURSES
"Mat and air conditioning. Call 77sJ7J -
11:15 am Worship Service. % or come and see It at 2 JChllfOfi
U:30; Passion : AKUtNO"t Mtrli. TAKE _
pm Play. .A
YF:A" PR 0' T'I MAIN* 4
7:00: pm Senior & Intermediate TbNANCKl MOWING. TRIMMING SHOE d
KDGING. FLOORS CLEANED: POLISH
Youth Fellowship. .ht). WINDOWS WASHI,DkOILFO.PROMPT : .
MONDAY EFFICIENT SKRVICK.plua
RKASONAIILK' RATES. >Ref.rencea.. COMFORT
7:00: pm Boy Scout Troop 7. KEN FALLOWS PHONK. 77S.Jt
TUESDAY aftrr 4.3Q i\M, 110 >MH St. H. Pf GULF DRIVE
t LANi>6R PlMJTO&i Aaa'eeiviceioovir
7:30: pin Ud. of Re I. Ed.M..n. readers. we can furnish Si7nchenlargements SERIOUSLY COOPERATIVEAPART"'ENTS
'. Club. ol asypicture*{ic The ISLANDER for only$I.i Seech. Condo.'n'' Qwt..eshlptarv '
WEDNESDAY c 'n T-aau( *t ..f" at tM oflcel .
THAT'S WHY MI m mi a Iwai ar m
talHOLMES
.
,
10 am to 2 Mission l SA / J. apartment acing
pin GttU. haw ..,. on beach. Kv.rinhlnA ... le BEACH
Workshop. >I sap.. Kura lut. sea garagee. .
tHOO pm Group 7 at home of deed veil.Deal Direct.lth o..r.Caartanae SO MANY ANNA MARIA ISLAND
ternia. roe an'MIINftC cell
Mrs. Tom An)rll. 7711 jrjaA.FUlE .
KMl "Ufcer Sale* 4 Service.S CHOOSEMASONI

Church of The A.............. rtl( Pl nsM/1 aI; '&l ant' :

(tpIs..a.l!) _U on 7* l.Street. /alnee tv-h. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
...... 0..... K. L.... ....... Make (....r .. TOM* Wartley. 4OI Ala. j

THURSDAY ?;::... |"H>4ara ..
9:00 am Holy Eucharist. .... Guul Coedll/aw. LOOK WHAT
PLt
Mtk.&t' .lI nl..l..Ut- 1O to 5
PALM SUNDAY: YOU OMTI a.m. p.m. Daily

ftOO am Holy Eucharist. ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH COM'OfTI STTltl PITI.

10:30 am Blessing & Distri- "... L.. ...t..... ,......

bution of Pains THURSDAY FEATURING
:. Processionand - -
Sung Eucharist 7:30 pm FiJrlti. Vota

MONDAY Vita Class Meeting

9:00 am Holy Eucharist. SUNDAY ODO !... Pv/es.e Call f3wee. ...... .......0..__ Ie hhi..... Cfmttml Veem A.* 1J.c.. ......
He4 5 am Sunday School. CALL OM a T .-K.._ 14.--... N"g c_*... Pass Ott.... ......... C...rU Aa CfmHUmmicr -I
TUESDAY: .. ... ..
C-* r a> r>*aNt. * -- .
9:00 am Holy Eucharist. 10:00 am Worship Service. YourfriencMy ..... liaUaila. *..... ........ AdiU..1 ....... L..bee Saw.tars. .

WEDNESDAY 5:30 pm Chapel Choir. .. ...... cs-... c.=-- A........ tat.. T"-'e- O.a.IM Te--' -n.....1 ..t

Eucharist. 6:30 prn WonhlpService.' Mason Man ..... fs..a Caps.s... A1Kawot lld1tr. TV Asa,.,..
7:00 am Holy Clrr ....* ...>ly A Ceo...l TV-.4
MAUNDY THURSDAY TUESDAYS o.e.w. ....... A-- Pont ........ ....... T.o.detiO
.. .... .
. ..
r U is I Irwu
5:30 pm Holy Eucharist 7:00 pm Church Choir. Cop Wilces .......-.aU c-.e -..-. c.-.+." rlb.r.t... ...-...- 6 fa.w..r.
WEDNESDAY o iii aw. ca-: oars
followed by Procession to : F'u.. ..... /.r wr. Paw
the Altar of Repose. Stripping 7:00 pm Prayer Me ting. 77B-1434

and Washing of the 7:00 pm RA. GA. Sun
BROKER
. beams. PARTICIPATION INVITED
Isrrar.
ATTENDTHE 23 Ave. E. For furth.r Information Contact Robert S. Cable,


c CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE l Norma IIcIds: Sales Representative Phone 7781611Page


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SPECIAL Home Bargain Have Your PAINTING EXCLUSIVE LISTINGSREALTOil

[ GOOD residential section of Anna Maria Done By EXPERTS!
: ,. two-bedroom cottage in nice condition with
beautifully landscaped lots.All for$8.OOO. HARRY M. RIFE DICK

JACK MARSHALL RealtorIM LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria PkoRe 778-1341 Anno Me"- WAGNER


Are You Looking?
NICE HIGH LOT $1,850 TERMS UNITED ABSTRACT
SEEs AND TITLEGeorge

3 BEDROOM, GULFFRONT HOME Wagner INSURANCE COMPANY

INVESTMENT OR HOME
S.K. \"' ": '-' .
REALTY I.' '' "
Shown by Appointment Only ",.,.t, Y..., ',' ,

Island Shopping Center Xf+l f.(... !<*...|M...*_

PHONE 778-2444 sec Utk Si. war It":" '
c NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR _
RESERVATION FOR Or WRITE BOX 1012
NEXT SEASON. WE IIADINTON. FLA
WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU AROUND. ANNA MARIA.
G*..E.Wagner. Hg.Brk t fk... 741.441
f AiUn Pik.. Aamociat
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR

COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brokr.SaU.man..778-21S6 BARGAIN!
*
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
We have just listed for sale a lovely two- -
bedroom FURNISHED Home at 208 Archer !
Way. Anna Maria. NEW TV & REF. Home in
LOTS FOR SALE
perfect condition. Owner wants offer. Be sure 3-BK. 2-Dath NEW HOME on 71st Street on Canal.
Bay Front & 75th Seawalled $8,000 to SEE THIS! It might be just what you have Partly Furnished or will discount for Furniture.
been looking forIPARRISH! Double Garage. Central Moating. Price Reduced to
$21. 00. Can assume $16.OOO Mort.No closing costs.
Palm Drive & 76th St. REALTYRALPH
---Conuili Dick
Beach & Docking Privileges $3,300 H. PARRISH, M9r PEGGY "HASSIC MOORC. Atuxtot Wagner--
77th St. Seawalled Canal 1-tW Furn. CD Duplex
Oak Post Office Plava. Anna Maria Phone: 778-19O2 Front 9Ox 100 Homesite in Holmes Beach. Near
Ave. South Sideon
Priced at ONLY $3. OO. Shop. Ctr.ONLY$8.9001|

Canal 75 x 125 no seawall $3,000 ---Coniuli Dick Wagner---

SALES ARE GOOD 2-UK Home on LARGE CORNER LOT. Block from
[SEE OUR SIGN ON THESE PROPERTIES Shopping Center. Widow MUST Sell. This la air-

* * * * DON'T TAKE conditioned has oil heat all-electric kitchen large
OUR WORD
...au tiled bath fenced-in backyard, own deep well.
MAHAR Real EstateRUTH COME AND SEE FOR PRICE: S13.5OO, or make cash offer.

W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER ---Consult Dick Wagner---
YOURSELF
7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA Bedroom Furnished BEACH HOUSE with double
garage. Large Porch. Needs some repairs. Offeredat
CLOSED WEDNESDAYA $13. OO.

"-Cocnull Dick' Wa oC'r---

REAL BUY JACK HOLMES Realtor 1-13R Cottage 1-BR Cottage on 92x100 Lot In
,
w2 Garages Gulf Dr.FurnHolmes Deach.
'1 Modern 2 Bedroom CB Home below. Furnished for ONLY $2.200w/boat-
with Gas Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr. ished. $7. OO. S6.OOOI Ing privileges.
Heat & Airconditioning.Close .
--Conwilt Dick Wagner*--
to Beach & Shopping Center
NEW 3-DK Canal Home In Anna Maria. Two LARGE
EXTRA LOT INCLUDED Select your homesite Tiled Baths. .. Electric Kitchen... Living Room opens
$11,500 FURNISHED onto a 25 x-4O Screened Patio... Floors are carpeted
.PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY. at ONLY $18.5OO.
at KEY ROYALS Can assume $1 .800 Mortgage at $1O5 per month.No
OWNER WANTS OFFER Closing Costs.

CANALFRONT--Three or Four Bedrooms; and BAY PALMS u.COt""II Dick Wagner..
Three Baths; Florida Room; Central Heat;
Double Garage; Swimming Pool and Many BEACH( COTTAGE ON GULFS 1 Bedroom. Large
Many Extras. Including Furniture & Covered '" Living Room Kitchen and Bath. Screened Porch on
TJ4NA
Boat Dock. two sides. $14,75O furnished. Property 'Is Seawalled.

..
-Consult Dick Wagner-
JOHN B. PROTHERO
TO SETTLE ESTATEx RESTAURANT for Sales
REGISTERED ReAL ESTATE MOKEn-SAi.es&ReNTALS 3-BR Bayfront furnishedHome Small Family operation
on sea walled 100 wroom for expanalon.
116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachJACK'S
by 180 1.-oc.Shufflobo.a rd In Holme' lleach. Call
Court & Garage. REAL for Appointment. Good
BUY AT ONLY $22.5()()| Opportunity!

IARGAIN IOARD .-Cotu"l. Diets WagnerNEW . -

Key Royale Canal HomeA PALMIITTORRAOINTON 2-I1K Home In Holmes lleach.: Cypress Interior
Paneling. Hullt-'In Electric Kitchen. 1-1/2 Tiled
BRAND NEW. NeverLlvedln.3edroom Baths Unclosed Garage float Duck. PRICE$13.3OO.
Home. Two large charming baths;living room; This has been reduced I.3OG.
dining room; kitchen; breakfast bar; utility ..
CcMiMili Dick *
room with den space; air conditioned and Wafncf-
centrally heated; garage and an over-sized 4t 614 41 Two-IJR Home In Ilradenton lleach. A REAL DUYI
porch with exceptional water view. Owner ...., Completely FurnUhed. 50x 100 Lxx. Owner going
called North. Is sacrificing this excellent 101
TO SARASOTA back North. Caah--$a,3OO.
property for Just $21.5001Bay .
._.
Coniull Dick .
Wajp f"--
Manor HomeA 48 SEAWAllED WATERFRONTLOTS
Anna Marla Canal Lea Laundry Dry Cleaning
DANDY. Bedroom CB Home. Very nicely -- $AOOO to $12,500 75x1-47 on J'aYe'dScreCtf. Doing good Island bual-
furnished and completely redecorated. New and -/City Water-Only ne... Owner want to
roof. Nice view of Gulf.Death In family causes f3.OOO each retire.
sale of this fine home. A genuine bargain for 17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
---Caswlt Dick Wapset***
ONLY $1 ,300. Attractive terms. $2,900 to $4,500

Anna Maria SDC APARTMENTS ON i THK GULF* with 200 feet of
Seawalled BEACIFRONTACE./ Room for Expanaton.
HERE'S AN UNUSUALLY FINE OFFERING: HOMES ALSO READY FOR Excellent Rental Record.Call For Brochure.Price l.
Frame Cottage on a solid concrete slab-- $76.300. with $23.000 Down and Very Good Terma.KEALTO .
In excellent condition--two bedrooms and IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

large general purpose room. Living fc Dining S..
rooms and LARGE kitchen. Front and rear
porches. Desirable neighborhood with nice
view of Gulf. Now reduced--with complete *
furnishings Included-to just J7.5OO.

JACK MARSHALL I...... 2217 GuN Drive, BraciWon .teach:

M &M Building 778-2614 Anno Mono MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY 778-2663 ..' eve. 7781464ursday







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I' ISLAND SHOPPi O CENTER -- HO ES BEACH I

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PHILCORadios \ E'A'TER.11 KODAK.

Better Gift.
Stereo TV .. CAMERA
& WE CARRY ALL YOUR FILM NEEDS
NEW LINE
r. GIFT + 24 Hour Film Service
PACK TRANSISTOR RADIO * * * *

4, starting as low as $14.95 STUFFED fl / STRAW
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ANIMALS BAGS
: "NEW""STOCK
: remember * *
1964 AIR CONDITIONERS at --
_' Free Gift & Mail Wrap
SPECIAL PRE-SEASON PRICES dddk. Lending Library

......- ISLAND TV 778-1703 t()-. ,It # -1.;'''' eaJ leA DrtK...
'" , ....' ',
:::
New the Island -
"Viking"at Shopping Center.Actually
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
the pictured what-Is-It Is a sewage treatment device.

luf fine's Standard Service Make Your
Own ROCK Jewelrywith
i s 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE r E a4t z jDa,1ta e
CALL 778-1771 GEM STONES-$1.50

night 778-1440 enough for 8 to 12 bracelets MEASURE See Our Collectionof

Anna Maria Island's Only Dresses

LICENSED DEALER WHIPPED CREAMS
Buick-; Rambler-' Dodge-DodgeDartP'ymouthI fi 778-1020 ARNEL SHARKSKINS
..
G..q AIco....le V ARNEL JERSEYS

I CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE DACRON SHEERSone

CHILDREN'S GIFT WEAR --- & two piece styles

HANDY DANDYOPEN .. _-"- .._-.-i---....
i Anna Maria Island (imprint) T-Shirts- .-"- "" --
JACKETSBy --
2 to 16-$1 ea -
7 A.M.-9 P.M. 2 Piece Short & Shirt Sets2 1" Mal Marshall .
SSTRIPESPLAIDSSOLIDS
EVERY DAY to 141.99 to $3.99
'' - sizes. 34 to 44 _.'-
ISLAND Bathing Suits-Boys or Girls- . :
I SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 1 to 141.29 to $4.99 7----
Beach Robes-Boys or Girls2 -
to4-$1.99 to $3.99 l
'
PITTSBURGHNew CABANA SETS-lnfants 2-3-4 $2.99 Layaway .tl."'..:.., Pho..
BOYS CABANA Sets-4 to 143994.99 P.... 778-1161
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ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-IOJI
SUNSET
; Line .
FOLDING lIDS*IAIY CE1IS
\.1 RENT
fLAY FINS DIAPERS
HIGH CHAIRS LINENS SUNBATHING COTS
Exterior House Paint $4.98 gal "" :If- STROLLERS SLANKTTS
Linen Rental Service 778-1472
Latex Wall Paint $3.98 gal ,.rlfTh e 1 I 214-54th St. Holmes Beach
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Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 gal ?f* MASTER\\ 1"AIf Call 778-2012

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LEd HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
778-1131 PLAN-tI
PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES PUMPS REPAIRS
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachManatee *
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