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 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Volume ID: VID00217
Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good
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No. 646 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1964 TEN CENTS




I I Wood Groin At County Beach Under-Way/ .1




Island School And Beach Stabilizationlnstallation: Started This Week .

Teacher HonoredThe Under Supervision Of County Engineer John Benson

Island School and one of Work started Monday on the installation to be effective.
its teachers received an unus- installation of a combination The new Installation will be
ual honor last week. T : pier and groin at the Manatee placed at the center of the
Mrs. Herald H. Higgins of County Dcach. beach opposite the stairs to
77th Street Holmes Beach The installation designed as the roof of the pavilion, and
teacher of a second grade a beach stabilization measureby will extend into the Gulf about
class at the school, was askedto the noted erosion expert. 460 feet.
attend an evaluation con- Sydney Makepeace Wood of Benson said this week that
ference In Chicago on a new Groveland will be the first of until the work la completed,
beginners' reading system she its type in Florida. there is no way to estimateIts
County Engineer John Ben- exact coat but that It wouldbe
r son, under whose supervisionthe In the neighborhood of$33.-
concrete components for 000. lie said that if the weather
the groin were fabricated has Is reasonably good and there
modified Wood's original design are no long periods of high
M not to change its principles winds from the Gulf work on
but to increase its the groin should be completedIn
structural strength and dura- approximately 90 days. He
\ bility. stressed however that the
,; First load of piling and other parts for the new groin which Planning of the installationhas weather will be a big factor In
....' will be installed at the Manatee County Beach as a beach- been going on for nearlytwo determining the time the work
stabilization measure. Parts for the installation have been years, and Wood has visited will take.
pre-cast at the county concrete plant. Second from left in the area several times. lie Actual construction wilt be
picture is County Engineer John Denson.(ISLANDER PIIOTO) has said that the Island is an under the direction of Fore-
ideal location for this type of man Larry Ballard.

L. JWRS. Merrill Tritt Elected Board PresidentAt Haydon Burns To Visit Island Thursday .

_. an organizational meetingof by the board to have Mayor Mayor Haydon L. Burn of tez Bridge It will be Joinedby
the Holmes Beach Board of Elmer G. Twist act as chair- Jacksonville, one of the state'ssix a caravan from the countyto
H. H. HIGGINS Aldermen last week. MerrillM. man at the board meetings. Democratic gubernatorial tho south.
teaches at the school. Tritt of 56th Street was Alderman Harry Varlcy voted candidates is scheduled to Mrs. Burns is scheduled to
The atom. "Words In elected president of the board. against .the mayor acting as visit the Island briefly Thursday accompany her husband on tho
Color." was introduced at the The only other action takenat chairman becauao tw said a during a whirlwind tour of tour of tho area
school about a year ago. andMrs. the meeting was approval ofa Florida statute forbids such a Manatee County. Scheduled to speak in Tampa
Higgins has taught it to few routine bills, and a vote practice. According to his itinerary Tuesday Burns did not put in
her second grade class this ---- - Mayor Burns l la to be at the an appearance cancelling the
year. 'Silver Whistle' To Open April 7 Island I Shopping Center at trip at tho eleventh hour be-
Mrs. Higgins was invited to Brandt Dr. 1OSO: a.m., where he Is to be cause of the race trouble now
fly to Chicago as a guest of Frequent rehearsals are now Wlllson. Herman greeted by the three Island taking place in Jacksonville,
held for "The Silver Roy Gunther Ruth Smalley
the publishers of the Encyclo- being mayors. and a gathering of approximately -
Whistle" a three-act comedyby Col. Ed Chandler Irma Cox
paedia Britannica who also Local sponsors of the Burns 10,000 persona heard
Robert McEnroe the final Connie Fleming Col. II. E.
publish the new teaching system visit to the Island stressed, him speak via telephone.
the
which the Island Schoolwas production of the season of the Cox. Jack Marshall Rev. however that Burns' greeting
the first in the country to Island Players. Gerald K. Lowe Margaret by the local officials carriedno City Meetings
use. She was one of only eight Helen Peters, guest director Donaldson and Jim Eddowes. but
significance,
political Meetings of the governing
will
teachers and has assembled distinguished Mrs. Peters act as nar-
principals who would merely be a
courtesy boards of the three Island
of 14 and of rator.
met with of cast men women
consultants a group of the employeesand the area, who will display their Tickets for the play will go extended a distinguished visitIng cities will be held during the
ers. The other educators publish were talents at the Anna Maria Com- on sale at the pavilion at the mayor. (It Is believed that week of Apr. 3, with tho Anna
from munity House on Tuesday Manatee County Beach from all three Island mayor arc Maria Commission to meet on
California.Ohio Washington and evening Apr. 7, when the play 2 to S p.m. on Saturday Apr. registered Republicans.) Apr. 6, Holmes Roach Board of
for numbered When the Burns caravan Aldermen Apr. 7.and the Bra-
After she opens for a fun of five nights. 4. Reservations
returned from the
conference. Mrs. Higgins said In the cast will be John Taylor seats may be made at the -leaves-tho Island via the Cor-- denton Beach Council. Apr.- --.

that following a discussion of Marion Broderlck Bill same time.
Easter ServicesTwo .
Special Worship
the teaching method the group V..
was in unanimous agreementthat special Inland church Manatee County Beach at
it should not be changedIn services sponsored by the Island 6 a.m. The Kov.' Arthur Slmms
any way. Ministerial Association will give the Easter message,
Mrs. Higgins says that as a 7 will be held during the Easier with other Island pastors to
result of the reading program season Everyone Is Invited to cake part In the service. A
all of the pupils of her second the Union Services. Union choir under the directionof
grade have finished all of the A Good Friday service will Mrs. Grace Alderion will
books required by the state . be held at Roser Memorial present special Easter music.
school system for that grade Church. 512 Pine Avenue. AnnA The Island Boy Scour Troop
some time ago. and have now Maria beginning at I p.m. will bo in charge of parkingcars
completed additional material.. The Rev. Lester M. Utz will and receiving. of the
The system which is being DONALDSON, .. BRANDY COX give the meditation with other special Master offering.
used as an experimental supplement ?*, V -- Island pastors sharing In the Persona attending this Sunrise 1
to the regular methodof \ rwWNTNER service. This Good Friday Service may choooe 10
teaching purely phoenet- I Service Is the first of this remain seated in their cars,
ic. and she feels its greatest nature to be held on the Island or 10 sic In the seats which will
value lies In the fact the child and will become an annual be provided.. An adequate amplification -
is able to figure out words and observance. system has been
sentence for himself. She The Annual luster Sunrise arranged so that everyone may
says the progress of the pupils Service will be held ai the bear the service easily. t
using the system has been -
'a l m o a t unbelievable
stressed the fact that there 14il) AMA MARIA ISLAND WCATHIJI
RDoowes WA//Dl.1TR
other good
are many system
teaching reading. T.. ........4.. .... ....I.U

Class material for the new .. m Hooo tpm fflffc
system was purchased by the
Island School PTA. Mar. 11--0 '1d 74 M 44 NuiisM31
. I..U 14 72 Kt .. Hone
Mr*.HljCglns.a career teacher -
ia a graduate. of Capital ta. Mar. l'J-.a lID 1+ 04 44 HaM
University in Columbus,Ohio t-U. 20..n 90 73 .4 70 1.3
and did graduate work at Ohio Mar. 21"4IJ 1C CO 7 s 7O Nuaci
State University. A few year Mar. 2'2..6&! eo eo d0 0'J Nets
ago. she was chosen the moat Mar. 23..a 79 72 J 6'7 Plow
valuable teacher In the county
school system. LLSON f.uuLLY TAYLOR


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ISLANDER Thursday. March 26. !
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S'ense Qn) LOTS
Islander Editorials . .

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THE EDITORWith
by March 24. 1964 immediate area--the town was

HomesteadingBack the long-awaited begin- The Hon. James A. Haley incorporated only 10 or 12
ning of the new pier-groin at House of Representatives years ago while Anna Maria's

In the depression days of the 1930s some safeguardswere the Manatee the Island County Kiwanis Beach Club this Washington D. C. charter is dated 1925. and the
week
added to the Florida Constitution to help prevent the the beach for Dear Mr. Haley: town was In existence before
which
manages At a special meeting held on that.
hard-pressed-financially owners of small homes from losing that it is
those homes because of debt or basic ad valorem taxation. the county location suggests for sidewalk March 20, 1964 the Board of We freely acknowledge the
One of those safeguards--Section 7 of Article X of the State a great and too for Commissioners of the City of right and privilege of any

Constitution--provided that "Every person who has the legal camera superintendents fans. The club officers Anna Maria Florida unani- community to attempt to
title or beneficial title in equity to real property in this State "Come along, and don't mously voted to request once secure its own post office and
his say more your assistance in main- better postal service--but feel
and who resides thereon and in good faith makes the same bother lunch
to bring your
or her permanent home. . shall be entitled to an exemptionfrom can buy It at the beach." taining the Anna Maria Post it unfair that a community
all taxation except for assessments for special benefits you Another item from the KIwanis Office as an Independent post should make such an attempt
up to the assessed valuation of Five Thousand Dollars on the Club tells of the club's office and in securing the by trying to downgrade its two

said home and contiguous real property. ." need for some appointment of a postmaster.To neighboring communities.
pressing
very the best of our knowledge The Anna Maria Board
This provision immediately upon becoming effective more paperback books for the of
of Florida homeowners from the three examinations have been Commissioners heartily endorses
removed tens of thousands club's book sale project at the -
tax rolls and thus placed a heavier tax burden on the much beach which is the principal held for this position and we the sentiments expres-
smaller number of resident homeowners who lived in homes of the club's principal understand that there are nowa sed by H. E. Cox in his letterto

assessed at more than 5000. charity--the support annual contribu- number of qualified citizen you of March 16, 1964 and
And although the benefits of the homestead exemption to the tion House. When candidates from which a choice re-affirms its own Resolution
to Happiness
homeowner are obvious many many suggestions have been there are no books there are may be made. #181 of Sept. 10, 1962. We will
made on how best to modify it to broaden the tax base and sales--and consequently The Anna Maria Post Officeis greatly appreciate it if you will
no than a location for the find the time and inclination
more
numerous attempts have been made to eliminate it altogether. So if have to
no any
There has, of course been plenty of opposition to all such paperbacks money. to contribute.you Just handling of mail. It is a meet- give our request your favor-

suggestions and attempts to change the provision. leave them at the beach or ing place where residents able consideration.Yours .
. One does not have to live in Florida very long to realize call the beach or greet each other discuss cur- very truly
that a widespread abuse of the homestead exemption exists. Chairman of the book manager sale Ed rent events and before City of Anna Maria Fla.
When one applies for the exemption he must show that he is a Dauman at 778-2660 and earn elections where candidatesmay .James O. Ferguson
"declaration of domicile meet the voters. We would Mayor
registered voter here or sign a ; the
undying gratitude.
present a recorded instrument showing ownership of the club like to keep it that way. Harvey G. Meyer
ft ft
property and have a Florida automobile registration and U have tried--and who There are 624 postal boxesin Vice Mayor
driver's license. Out there are many homeowners who are not hasn lOU t--the Telephone Company the Anna Maria Post Office, Mrs. E. A. Haynes
REALLY residents and whose consciences are sufficiently with a permanent waiting list. CommissionerThomas
B new DDD: of
elastic to allow them to present the necessary documents in making long distance system phone Approximately 100 of these A. McKay
order to save payment of taxes on $5.0OO worth of assessment. calls know boxes are rented by individ- Commissioner
This abuse of the measure Is not the fault of the countytax you probably by uals and businesses in Holmes Robert R. Moses
now that Instead of a
assessor whose duty it is to issue the homestead being Bech cntwo r--f the Commissioner!
:)
for all the
exemptions when the proper documents are presented to him panacea which existed before telephoneills the best motels on the Island who cc: Chairman Manatee County
but rather the fault of the system which does not go nearlyfar prefer that their own and their Democratic Committee
advent of DDD the new
enough in checking the qualifications of new applicants.Anna still leaves much, to be desired.system guests mall be addressed to, Eugene Saley Postal Ser-
Maria City the only Island municipality to levy an After trying it a few times and postmarked from "Anna vice Officer St. Petersburg
ad valorem tax on real property uses the assessments made and Maria." Actually the words
discovering plenty of weak Fla.Hon.
by the county assessor on which to levy those taxes. Thus if points in the service we have "Holmes Beach' are practically Henry Meunler
a homeowner Is listed by the assessor as being eligible for the revised our of unknown except in the Mayor Bradenton Beach Fla.
homestead exemption that homeowner also is entitled to the system making -
long distance calls either by
from city taxes. Anna Maria
same exemption
not making them at all (letter
Out because Anna Maria City is a small community and Dear Editor:
because the city officials have a more intimate knowledge of If this letter were given a assist him hereby receive our
those entitled to the homestead exemption--and those not title. It would be "Thank votes for Anna Maria's best
entitled to it--than does the county assessor bills for the city HAYDONBURN'S V-AU''" boosters for *63 and '64.

tax are sent each year to some halfdozenresidents" who A three and a-half month Your chief of police was kind
are listed by the county assessor as,havina the exemption. vacation on your wonderful enough to caution us., within*
Sending of these tax bills by the city is not a new practice Island Is drawing to a close. I three hours of our arrival that
but a practice which has been followed for a number of years. want to thank everyone for all dogs must stay on leashes.
... And during that time no protest has been registered with the making it the best we ever had This rule we gladly compiled
city for nearly ten years and during the same time each of despite a poor winter wea- with but found it hard to explain -
those tax bills rendered by the city to a supposedly exempt ForGOVERNOR therwise. to our dogs why dozensof
resident has been paid. Ralph Parrish and Peggy other dogs were allowed to
This payment of tax bills without protest appears to be Moore of Parrish Realty and roam at will in our yard.
prima facie evidence that In each such case the homestead Lefty Miller of the City Pier During my Navy service. I
exemption has been granted to a person not entitled to it. are ambassadors of good will have been to many countriesof
Seemingly those persons Involved would much rather pay the for the Island who can never the world but never have
comparatively small city tax than have the true facts of their be equaled. Glasgow Stewart had more courteous and effi-

cases brought to light.So a non-paid fishing Instructor cient service than we received
if some additional checking on applicants for the home- Is hereby made an honorary from the personnel of the Anna
stead exemption were possible to determine whether or not ""damyankce"our highest Maria Post Office.
they really are Florida residents and not residents and votersIn certificate of thanks. And too. we want to thank The
another state the county would be assured of more than Anna Maria's wonderful pier ISLANDER and Its staff for the

$200 in taxes in each of dozens or perhaps hundreds of cases. 1 has given us hundreds of hours pleasure we have had readingthe
The present "honor system" is not effective! relaxation and pleasure. To Island's fine newspaper.

all the city's officials for this

A.II. Post.asters we want to say "Well done Sincerely
Wells
and thank you. The manage- R. D.
ment of the pier and those who Elna. N. Y.
In the nearly two weeks since a Post Office Department
employee suggested at a local chamber of commerce meetingthat writing isn't nearly as tediousas company's "service' agree
some changes be made In the status of the post offices on trying to call), or if the call that those operators--even In
the Island. quite a bit of heat has developed from the friction is absolutely necessary by their new out-of-county loca
between the various factions in the battle of the post offices. making it pcrson-to-pcrson tion--are no easier to reach
An official communication from the Anna Maria City Commission and letting the operator (over than they were when they plied
to Congressman James Haley (reprinted this page) Mayor Haydon L. Burns in a nearby city) develop the their trade in Bradenton. We
outline the official position of the city's governing board of Jacksonville is a man of ulcers from frustration. And suggest a new slogan "Inepti-
which when condensed means: RETAIN TIlE STATUS QUO! boundless energy and a many other subscribers to the tude Pays."
Other prominent--and articulate--Island residents have practical example of the L

taken vociferous exception to the proposal,and are not bashful proverbial human perpetual The IslanderAn
about mentioning names and possibilities. motion. His days are long
The Anna Maria letter also urges the appointment of a and full of activity. In pursuing Independent Weekly published every Thursday
postmaster for the local post office without making any countless details he
COMPANY
specific recommendation. It does point out, however that has amassed a book of by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING

examinations for the position have been held and that it is accomplishments.The 314 Pin Avnu, Anna Maria Island, Flocida.:
the city commission's understanding that several qualified government of the
applicants stand ready to accept the Job. City ofJackaonvlllc is EDITOR....". .....___. .---.,STEVE KIMBALL

In our position as publisher of The ISLANDER for nearly Identical with the government ADVERTISING MANAGE R...MARGE KIMBALLMAIL
five years* nearly all of which has been under the "Stewart- of the State of Florida. ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737 Anna Maria Florida.:
ship' of Acting; Postmaster lUwkins,our contact with the post Although lIa y don Burns TELEPHONE 778-2021.
office and its employees probably has been.close or closer doesn't profess to have all

than that of anyone else In the community. During that time we the answers to the State's SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S. $3.5O
have received nothing but the very best possible service and problems, he has proven per year; $2 for six month Canada.Pff) Iq

the greatest possible courtesy from all of the employees' at the his ability to meet similar $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: ...
office on EVERY occasion! And there have been countless problems with sound planning $1 per column inch. Discount of ten L.. a.
occasions too when those same employees' have gone far out knowledgeable financing percent for six consecutive Insertion Q. ...
of their way to render us some special service-above and aggressive leadership if paid by tenth of following month.Natlonaloragencyplacedadyenlaing.. yh
beyond the call of duty. and teamwork. His formula %
Therefore without prejudice toward any of the other that has made Jacksonville $1.26 per column inch.CLOSING IM'.
candidates for the position we would not hesitate to the envy of cities throughout -saes art.n- .--
recommend the appointment of Acting Postmaster lUwkln the nation can be TIME; NOON. TUESDAY

We aren't one who subscribes to the theory of "breaking up extended to do the same Entered aa Second Claaa matter under
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a winning team. progressive job for I.been-
who claim to have the tire the Act of March 3. 1879.
According to many Islanders inside State of Florida

line on the situation the appointment of office a permanent post per p....... a...,..... MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED MEWSPAPEai
master baa much to do with keeping' the post status as Is.


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Fran Maxon Named New PTA Officers ElectedOfficers .. ;--. 8 om to a po t V..W.ys

Girl Of The Year --,. 8 om to 2 pn s..4q.
of the Island Guests at the meetingwere ': ..
Mrs. Frances Maxon of School PTA were electedat Miss Virginia Vehn- '
North Shore Drive. Anna a meeting at the school ecamp. chairman for the "Best of Show" \
Maria was named "Girlof last week. They are:Mrs. American Field ServiceIn award winner at _. UJfBB'SIsland
the Year" of Epsilon Glen Turvavllle presi- Manatee County; Betty last week's 11th I ,,
Alpha Chapter of Beta dent; Mrs. Richard Poe Miller a student at Mana- annual flower I ;,
Sigma Phi Sorority at a vice president; Mrs. tee High School who spent show of the Anna 1; Pharmacy
chapter meeting held at George Cobb. recording nine weeks last summer Maria Garden r
her home recently. secretary; Mrs. William living with a family in Club. Arrangement 5904 Marina Drive
1 Wright, corresponding Norway; foreign exchange entered by T1a.1 II-M.te. 778-2975
secretary and the Rev. students at Manatee High. Mrs. R. Vincent ,
Gerald K. Lowe treasurer. Call Shannon of Australia Reiff of Holmes j. D. wee.. pturinutIFREE
h and Isldro de la Cruz of Beach. (Islander r
the Philippines and Miss Photo) .
Shell treasurer and Mrs. Velma James of England
I Ki Clayton Bower extension who is an exchange teacher -
officer. Officers will be at Manatee High. Miss
elected at the next meeting Vehnecamp introduced the r
to be held at Mrs. students who spoke to the
.
Bower's home and will be meeting about education -
installed at a meeting on government and other aspects Woman's Club members at the Fine Arts DELIVER'REGISTERED !
May 12. of their countries. Festival of Dlst. 14 of the
A preferential tea will Mrs. John VanOsten- The annual luncheon and Federation held in St.
be served at the home of bridge general chairmanfor installation of officers of Petersburg last week.
Mrs. Ralph Regal. Beta the event announceda the Island Woman's Club Mrs. August Wagner won PHARMACISTSON
Sigma Phi City Council net profit of $333 from will take place at 1 p.m.. third prize for her oilpalntirur" DUTY
MRS. FRANCES MAXON president on Sunday Apr. the recent PTA sponsoredfish Wednesday. Apr. 1, at the The Cortex Fish
Mrs. Maxon has servedas 5. Epsilon Alpha pledgesto fry.It Holmes Beach Yacht Club. House; Miss Marion. AT ALL IMES
chapter president for be honored are Mrs. was voted that the PTA Mrs. Raymond Llttcll. Colman won second prize
and James Mrs. Ron for the former president of the for her poem. "At The
the past year previously Ayers buy school an ALL WEATHER
has been the Kilberg and Mrs. Clayton additional set of "WordsIn Dradcnton Woman's Club Butcher Shop and Mrs.
chapter's corresponding Bower. The Ritual of the Color" and Cuisenaire will be the installing offi- Charles Speer receivedan PATIO TAILE
secretary and recording Jewels degree will be con Rods which are used in cer. She will speak about honorable mention for
had ferred them 28. the the work of the Florida her poem "Cry-Baby indooroutdoorSpring
secretary; has four on Apr. teaching new reading
years' perfect attendanceat The Founders Day Ban- system for beginners. Federation of Womsn's April. $1.45
chapter meetings; is quet will be served at the Before the meeting a Clubs. Luncheon reser- Other club members who
active in the Island School Bradenton Country Club buffet supper was servedby vations may be made with exhibited at the festival
PTA serving as Its pub- Apr. 25, at which Epsilon Mr. and Mrs. Poe at Mrs. Edward Swartz or were Mrs. Emmett Sm l- Jewelry
licity chairman this year Alpha members will be in their home on Dream Island Mrs. Vernon Lamp. ley and Mrs. Bruce Ral-
and is treasurer and a charge of the place cards Road Longboat Key. Three awards were won ston. Mrs. Wagner also $1.00 fc up
director of the Island under the chairmanship of Guests Included the PT Aboard by Island Woman's Club exhibited other items.

Youth Center. She is city Mrs. Shell. members and their SWIM
clerk of Anna Maria City.A On May 2, the Bay Area husbands; teachers at the 1I1-...x
reporc of the nomina- luncheon will be at the Island School and their CAPS
ting committee listed the Port O* Call with St. husbands and Miss Vehn- 24 STYLES
following slate of officers: Petersburg chapters as ecamp and the foreign
Mrs. Ted Tripp presi- hostess groups. The annual exchange group.PLASTIC $1.09 to $8,95
dent; Mrs. Robert Hoffman state convention Is to
vice president;Mrs. be held at the Jack Tar SIGNS little
James Clark recording Harrison Hotel Clearwater Non.Ru.ting. No Repainting girls
secretary; Mrs. C. E. May 16-18.Theme Ideal 1 Far Baach Location
Brewer, corresponding will be "Those Sparkling CONTACTJIM EASTER lAGS
secretary; Mrs. F. B. years."
MacDONALD
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Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST TV' LAP & BED

SALEHere's FOODLINERQuality childrenTRAYS

a real Opportunity to pick up -ffla Mr.vry *pp ... f tml.8">J aTDtxU & adults 9
BARGAINS In nicer furniture
for your GttmcU &
Hotel >Bldg. VarietyMAXWELL
home or for rental units. Many odds and
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n. 7" *SI or Polystyrene'tUa'ue
ends and slightly shopworn Items at savings
744-9110 aft** S p... HOUSE OR ICA COFFEE (CMo-Fln..R.gul'_)
"up to 50%. Sale Includes sofas occa- CKolco-LliNlt. 1 w/ $5 Paaa1 O",..-2 Lb C-....SI.39Ml
sional chairs dining room bedroom and roc la Whip Salad Dro..lng-Qt...............................39. $1.25
patio furnishings. Wide selection of pole DIRECTLY ON THE Plllsbvry Plo ..PI.ln.' Sail RUIng-5' Lb..49Plll .
and table lamps. Also many bargain priced GULF BEACH b.*y C.... Ml.a. (Swiss. CHocolato.WMlo.CHocolato. dispenser
"as-Is" beach and lawn umbrellas.Stop THC ALL.MOOCXMGulf Y.11...Dutch)..3 Par.SI.00TabU MistNail
In and browse! King Fully Coo.oo1. Hsns-Sh.nk. H.If..L.7.T.bl. . NUnriai
ParkFOR King Cantor Cwt Mom Root-Lb.. .79.
IslandFurniture Center Tablo King USDA Groa'o A 5..11 T"-L.9.. Enamel FREE
Holmes Beach 778-1O19 MOBILE HOMES CopolarMi Bag Sowsogo (Hat a* MlU)..Lb.. .43.
....o*. toot ICA T.bl. Rit. USDA CKalca H.."., Wa.to.n Baal- with lIPSTICK
e ... Lsl.e Rib R...t-5-lncH C"t-Lb..................79, pale poppy
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} sr.IrllM Ashby of Grand Rapids Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Candis H. Hirzitr
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All About Pep1e... Bearsvllle. N. Y..Mr. and Mra. Richard Niles of Manvllle, N j.
Arnold Gebhart of ...Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pulwers of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. Dennla*
MOTEL Mr. and Mr Akron. Chi
Mallette of Berkley. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. I
...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shultls of Pine Hill. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. R. George D. Cribble
and Mr. and Mrs. Herb H. Shriner of Logan. Ohio...Mr.
A. S. Van Winkle of Armonk. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. P. Lathrop 01 and Mrs
Ben Hill of Springfield. Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Wheeler McMillen of Battling of
Scotia. N. Y..Mr. Mrs. Moorestown,
.. and Mrs.Allen Weir
N. .1...Miss Malaha Wren of Beliefontalne. Ohio...Miss Helei Springfield.' Ohio. Mr. of Ithaca.N. Y...Mr
and Mrs. John Ell1ottofJnc11anapol1..Mr.andMr..
D. C. Lewis Arnold
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Washington ..Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Paxton of
Lakeland.
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULP: Mr. and Mr..S.D. Hlltebrant Jr. 01Plnehurat Rhlnelander. WI..
N. C...Mr. and Mra. Matt Storch: of Amelia Ohio... S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. Robert W. Crawford
Mr. and Mr. S. Vaughn of Akron. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. L. B of Erie. Pa...Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Tomllnson and family of Yard-
Stirling and Mr. and Mra. H. Nichols of Montreal...Mr. Ian H. ley. Pa.TOPAZ.
Hay of Donral. P. Q. and Mr. Vincent Leonard of Cowansvllle, 9 MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. Ed Larson of St. Paul..Mr. and
P. Q.. visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott, Mra. C. D. Miller of West St. Paul...D. Dianardia and Howard
who are pending the winter at Merrlmac on the Gulf. Krecow of Cleveland 01110...Mr and Mra. Anthony Mattie of
TRIPPS COURT: Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Allen of Ocean City, Bayville. N. .1..Mr. and' Mra.A.R.Erpter of Emrn ttaburg. Md..*
N. J...Mr. and Mr. C. H. Smith of Columbus, Ohio...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jacobson: of Silvia. Di...Mr. and Mrs H. K.
Mr. B. D. Edward of Toronto. Ont. Van Euery of Columbus Miss...Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larmee of
ROD fc REEL MOTEL Mr.and Mr.Hector Serrano and daughter: Ann Arbor. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stebetee of Grand Rapids,
Nancy and party of T.mp..Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Olson oi Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scbedt of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. John' Bermani of East Hartford. Conn... Raweyk of Miami..Mr. and Mrs. W.A.Donichtof Minneapolis...
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bennett of Portage.Wl*..Mr.and Mrs. C. R. Mra. Robert Smith of Indianapolis...Mr.and Mrs P.C. Walker of
Garrison Mr. and Mrs.Glen W.Wilder,all of Lakeland...Mr. and Rockland. Mass...Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Eiche of Marshfleld. WlsHELEN'S .
Mr. Claude Teachout and son Mike of Clermont...Mr. and Mrs MOTEL: Miss R. Fulmer of Monroe. N. Y..Mr. and
G. E. Westbrook of South Windsor Conn. Mrs. L. M. Manont of New Rochelle. N. Y...Mr. and Mra. N.
THE ROCKETTES GULP TO DAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. Don Brown of Mastic N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. M. De Vincent of Rome,
Swartzen and children of Dayton. Ohio...Mr. and Mr.C. W. Hall i : Italy...J. C. Harmond of Pittsburgh...Mr. and Mra.M.C. Rachet
of Klrkwood. Mo...Mr. and Mrs.Ray Pr.nle..nd son. Dr. Pranks. p of Racine. Wls...Mr. and Mrs. Y. Schanet of New Rochelle. N. Y.
of Lansing Mich...Mr. and Mr. Ned Lewis of Allegan. Mich... ...Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Scalght of Northport. I.. I.. N. Y..Miaa
Mr. and Mra. E. L Davies of DeaMolnes.Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. M. D. A. Kamice of Washington D. C.
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RlYerdale. HLCHARLIN ...Miss Mary Henderson of Decatur.:: 111.
VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence SWick of Jamaica' K VPW AUXILIARY met last week at the home of Mra. Mabel Wyatt
Eatates, N. Y...Mr. and Mr. Olin West of Bryn Mawr. Pa..Mr.and of Bradenton Beach: for nomination of officer of the year. Colored
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Mra. W. E. Heintz and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunter slides of her travels In Japan were shown by Mra. Schoonover.-
and family of Cuyahoga Falls Ohio. lowed by the serving of refreshments. A regular monthly meetingwas
.... TROPICAL VISTA Mr. and Mrs. Stan Robblna of Wauwatosa. held at the Community House recently when reports were
Wla. made on the trip to Bay Pines Hospital. It was decided to make a
BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mra. James J. Kaalk of Berwyn. 111. regular trip to the hospital on the last Prlday of each month. An-
PANDA DUPLEX: Mr. and Mr. Robert Thomaaset of Crestwood. other sewing bee was planned for the second Tuesday In April
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pro.tbender of Tecumseh.Mich...Mr. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone Interested is asked to call 778-2559
and Mrs. C. E. Stephenson of New Holstein Wls. One of the Island's distinguished residents Jacob Yoffe of Gulf for more information. The next regular business meeting of the I
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Grayburn of Drive South. Bradenton Beach. Born In Moscow. Yoffe was a Auxiliary will be held at the home of Mra. Mimi Raymond of 5350 I
South Haven. Mich. mathematics professor in Russia and served In the Czar's Gulf Drive Holmes Beach at 8 p.m.. Tuesday. Apr. 7. Visiting
PALM COURT Mr. and Mr. George Shapter of Erie Pa...Mr. Imperial Army during World War I.Hecameto this country in 1921 Auxiliary members are invited to attend.
and Mrs. Pred Brands of Hlnsdale. 111...Mr. and Mrs. Richard and settled in the Adirondacks where he lived for many years MRS. CLYDE PHELPS gave a brief history of the Island at last
Dellares of Grand Haven Mich...Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Shlpmanand until moving to the Island a number of years ago. A championshipchess week's meeting of the Island Garden Club. Mrs. Phelps has livedon
family of Decatur Ala...Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brinks and player and an artist he also is a scholar who speaks a half- the Island for many years and was principal of the Island School
family of Grand Rapids Mich... Col. and Mrs. Charles R. Con- dozen languages fluently. Now 76.Yoffe still walks to the south end when It was at the present Island Youth Center and later at the
nelly of Washington D. C. of the Island three or four times each week swims In the Gulf present Island School in Holmes Beach. Prom her own knowledge
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL W. Burrell of Detroit...Mr.and Mrs. nearly every day. and Is interested in Just about everything around she told fascinating details of the first bridge which was washedout
J. Daly and party of New York City...Mr. and Mrs. J. True of him. (ISLANDER PHOTO) In a hurricane replaced and widened when two people ran off
Davenport Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 11. Pease of Binghamton the bridge and were drowned. Later the present Cortez and Anna
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Pred W.IUnolW..twood.Maa..J'obn' Rust FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. James' Smith of Maria Bridges replaced the rickety wooden crossing.She said that
of Bloomington 111...Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips of Ann Arbor. Detroit...Mr. and Mra. Arthur H. Hicks of Portland.Me...Henry at one time pineapples were grown successfully on the Island until
Mich..Mr. and Mra. Jack Nixon of Lansing Mich. Wlschhusen of Manchester Ma... competition from Imports made the venture profitless. Beekeepingalso
SEA ISLE MOTEL Mr.andMr..JI.C.Stoutfer of Lancaster Pa. BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr.and Mra.George Nelson and Charles was a thriving project at one time. During the depression of
...Mr. and Mr. H. L. Bremer of Minneapolis..Mr. and Mrs.J. Rumsey of Grand Haven Mich. the 1930.. many Islanders lived on what they could grow.. and on
II. Caroux of Ottawa Ont...Mr.and Mrs.Chester A. Spinney of LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: M. D.Felkey and L.Tousaalntof Laurel. the fish and other seafood they could catch and sell--including
South Acton. Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Capo of Buffalo N. Y... Md...Mr. and Mrs.J.M.Hewitt of Concord.M......Mr. and Mrs. sea turtles. Even electricity for lights was beyond the reach of
George Volenlk of Cleveland Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. James Para- Paul Tuttle and family ofPainesvilleOhio...Mr.and Mrs. Arthur many and they used the less expensive kerosene lamps. Most
gher of North Olmatead. Ohio brother and alster-ln-law of Robert P. C/lUra of Union Lake Mich...Mr. and Mra.Howard H. Pierce of the early settlers lived In the middle of the Island, while the
Paragher.. owner of Sea lale. and his alater-ln-law. Mra. Philip of Riverside R. I...Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Crlaaman of Pittsburgh Beans and the Rosers established themselves at the north end. In
Paragher of Lakewood Ohio. Pa...Mr. and Mrs.J.' R.Stewart of Lakeland...Mr.and Mra. C. E. what later became Anna Maria City the first municipality on the
GABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Pr.nlcJ'.Mu.alaof Minneapolis. Hollenbaugh of Poland. Ohio...Mr. and Mr. B.Shetron of Fulton bland. Pear of hurricanes Induced most residents to live in the
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.W.F.Ellis of Callahan...Mr. and Mra. P. T. middle of the bland or on the Bay side.

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Q'I.JJLjJU Bud Hottman HIGH GAMES (MEN) 229 LET'S GO FISHINGBy Flower Show Winners Shuffleboard Club Banquet .T

J, Aaron VanOstenbrtdg 207 JIM CERUNCW The Anna Maria Garden Club last Seventy-nine members and guest of
B Frank Davidson 193 have one Insurmountable problem 'week presented Its llth .""ualnor the Anna Maria Shuffleboard Club
Bob Guild 192 with fishing.-and that I* the weather! show at the ComTIunity House. Mrs.Frank attended the cluba sixth annual ban-
Bill Gibson 190 There are plenty of fish there--all Mokry served as general chairman quet Thursday evening at the Ml.a-
Dick Connlck 190 yMrs. one baa to do Is get out and go fishing, with Mrs Rene Redon serving a* Mar. The Rev.Gerald K.Lowe was the
Dick Connlck 190 but who wants to fish when the weather assistant chairman. master of ceremonies.
| Byron Arkebauer 119 Is aa unsettled aa It has been In the peat Winners the show's design division Officers elected for the next yearwerei 1
0 ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Dick Wagner ill weeks, or maybe we should y-the weret Class 1. Easter arrangement. Harvey C. Meyer president j
Marina lengthened Its lead In Byron Arkebauer ill Albert E. Jones vice president and 'f
Bayou past month However both the weather suitable for church 1st. Mrs. t.. M. .
d the Island Mixed League Friday evening and the fishing should continue to Anderson; 2nd. Mrs. Robert Carlin. Bernard I. Crookes. secretary and
_ by winning three points from Island HIGH SERIES (MEN) Improve at this time of year. Class 3. Fruits or Vegetables with treaaurer. Director elected werePaul .
Pharmacy. High scores In the match Bob Guild 348 ...ACKEREL71CINGPISH7 or without flower. 1st. Mrs. Grace Karr. Bergen Me Pb *and HenryClay. .y
d were Pat Ceyer. 167. Ed Haverkoa.43O. Bud Hoffman 326 t The big question right now is Where Retff; 2nd. Mrs. Ralph Kolie; 3rd.Mre. .
for Bayou Marina and Frank Byron Arkebauer 323 arc the Mackerel The Mackerel are Yvonne A. Redon. Tournament prizes were) awarded to (
a Da Uon. 193-498. for Island Pttax"f Dick Connlck 313 her) They are alx to eight miles out Claaa 4. "As You Lake It." I...Mr.. Paul Karr for first place In the singles -
macy. Prank Davidson 498 In the Gulf; In Passage Key Inlet. and Louie M. Anderson 2nd.Mr.Cbaun.c event, and to Bernard Crooke. j
. Other scores werei Dick Wagner Aaron VanOatenbridge 490 at the Sunshine Skyway.People fishing Pec or 3rd. Mrs. Grace Retff. and Archie McPadden for first placeIn
:. Realty 4. Lay-Z-Uv-N Motel 0. (Bud Jim Anderson 490 from the Skyway are taking home some Class 5: Easter Buffet let. Mrs. the doubles.
1 Hottman. 229-326; Bob ReineL nII Ernie Schmidt 413 J. W. Welch and "'ra. Lillian real nice catches of Mackerel. Some Yvonne A. Redont 2nd. Mrs. Henry President Meyer announced some
427). Leon Stafford 463 Wits of Anna Maria with 10 Ib.. 11 ox.. of those catches have gone as high as Clan 3rd. Mra. Edith Meade.Class revisions In the by-laws of the club.
.. Sand Bar 4. Bay Area Insurance 0. Frank Moc 464 29-inch Rsdflah caught at Rod 81 Reel 30 to 4O per person. Why are they 6. Driftwood or Shell 1st. The club's fiscal year now will start
'* (Byron Arkebauer. (9-323; Aaron Pier Monday morning by J.W.Welch. catching them at the Skyway and not Mrs. Grace) Retftj 2nd. Mrs. Ralph Apr. 1. and dues for the year. will be
. VanOatenbridge. 2O7-49O). NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE (ISLANDER PHOTO) at the two pier in Anna Maria In Kolie; 3rd. Mrs. Robert Carlin. $2 per family.
f Island Marine Supply 3. Schuchard (Motet There will be no Mixed League order for the Mackerel to get to the Class 7. Kitchen Arrangement. 1st. Following the dinner and business (
i. Plumbing 1. Bill Gibson. 19O-463; bowling Friday because) of the observance Schuchard Plumbing 3O.3 Skyway they have to swim through Mrs. Louie Anderson* 2nd. Mra. Wll. meeting,, the gathering enjoyed community -
4 Bob Guild. 192-348) of Good Friday.The next league The ISLANDER 3O Passage Key Inlet. the Southwest lIam A. Blanker 3rd. Mrs. B. P. singing led by Joe Mlaen.
. Anna Maria City Pier 3.B 81K:Hard- bowling session will be Friday evening Bay Area Insurance 3O shipping channel or the Northwest Harrison. According to club officers.Increased
.. war l.(Jo Safford.163.Glenn Safford. April 3) Pete Reynard's. Restaurant. 4O.3 shipping channel. There are plenty of Class 8. Miniature Arrangements. interest Is being shown each year by
446; Lloyd Hanson 178-431). B a K:Hardware Dick Wagner Realty Mackerel coming into Passage Key A--three Incbee over-all dimensions.1st. the number of players participating In
1 Linen Rental Service 2. Connick'a Linen Rental Bay Area Insurance TOP TEN GAMES Inlet and yet they aren't coming Mrs. George Maywoodj 2nd.Mrs. the club activities with aU seven
. TV Service 2. (Louis* Flanagan. 177. Island Pbarmacy Sand Bar Earl Parka 248 around the corner to the piers. Could t.. L, Benham 3rd. Mrs. 1.. t.. Ben- courts la use much of the time. The
1 Leon Stafford.463;Dick Connick.19O- Schuchard Plumbing Lay-Z-Ltv-N Bob Guild 231 It be the dredge thai...been pumping ham. Club affords much enjoyment to local
313). Bayou Marina Connick'a TV Service Hank Nleaiobedaki 223 out the channel by the city pier? Class --B--five inches over-all residents, aa well aa to many winter.
e Island Marine Supply A.M.City Pier Dick Swaucer 219 Where are the Kings?They are right dimension. 1st. Mrs. George May visitors. Active) club membership la
'' LEAGUE STANDINGS Walt Sparks 217 where they. supposed to be--behind wood. 70. A vote of thanks war expressed
Bayou' Marina 72.3 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Ed Haverkoa 213 the Mackerel Bluefish.Blue Runners. Class 9. Table Settings. Easier the mayor and commissioners ci Anna
. Linen Rental Service 67.3 Bayou Marina moved Into first placeIn Gary Wagner 212 Ladyfish and Jacks--following along Breakfast 1st. Mrs. Walter Prink) Maria City and to all other who. have
Anna Maria City Pier 63.3 the Island Bowling League Monday Bill Thlbodeau 211 and feeding on those smaller fish. 2..... Mrs. E. A. Haynee) 3rd. Mrs. contributed their time, money and
t Island Pharmacy 61 evening by taking all four points in Its Kayo Kedinc 204 COBIA C. Bleecher. Easier Luncheon.. Interest toward making "cU.ltt the
J Dick Wagner Realty 60 match with Tropical Vista.Top scores Wally Cray . 198 There have been reports recently Mrs. Louie) Anderson. Easier Tea successful recreational
. Schuchard Plumbing 34 In the match were HankNlestobedskU of some big Cobia hanging around on 1st. Mrs. Robert Carlin. Easter Din it has become.
B at K: Hardware 37.3 223. Gary Wagner 339. for Bayou TOP TEN SERIES the flats, tearing up all kinds of tackle. ner. 11. Mrs. Henry Clay.
(. Bay Area Insurance 37 Marina and Bob Guild. 231-377. for Earl Parka 639 Seems nobody has been able to hang Beet of Stew Classes I throw 7. Husk and Mrs. B. Smalley.
Sand Bar 33.3 Tropical Vista. Bob Guild 377 onto one long enough to put him In the Inclusive. Class 6.Drift Snapdragon.-Mrs. Clyde) Phelpa.
1 Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 48 Schuchard Plumbing. Pete Rey An Schumaker 372 boat. Cobia are not only terrlticfight- Mrs. Grace Re Iff. Amaryllis-Mrs. Charles Willing
- Connick'a TV Service 47 nards Restaurant O. (Dick Swauger Aaron VanOatenbrldfe 366 leg fish but they also are some of the Winners in the horticulture division barn Mrs. SeU..... Mra. Frank" Horak
. i! Island Marina Supply 46.3 219. Steve Alex. 348;K.P.Smith. 162. Gary Wagner 339 beat eating among anything that swims. werei Roses -Mrs. Prank llorak. and Mrs. A. McCollum.BougalnvWeMrs. .
) I Frank Mokry. 461kVanOstenbrldge Hank Nleaiobedaki 337 SNOOK Mrs. Prank Cl....... G. Reynold Harry Karr.
| HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Builders 4.Bay Area Bill Thibodeau 334 Each year about this time the Klngf Ish Jones Mr. Clyde .....lpa. Mra. Wtl Ageratum-Mrs. Robert Carlin.
!, II Louise Flanagan 177 0. (Earl Parks 248-639; Lloyd Han- Andy Raamussen 331 and the Spanish Mackerel are the center lIam Arboe.Mr.."arr...Sn .Mr.. Madonna Lilies-Mr..James P.Ste-
I Pat Gayer 167 eon. 191-336V Steve Alex 348 of attention and everyone la out B. P. Harrison Mrs. Walter Klliott.
< i Peg Hottman 166 Anna Maria Electric 3.The ISLANDER John Holmes 347 trying to catch Mr. Kingfuh. Ol* man Alicia Adams and Mrs. Grace ReUf. sh recap Plant-Mra. Louie Cornio.
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163 1. (Walt Sparks. 217-339; Kayo Snook quietly moves out of the rivers Hibiscus-Mrs. Mike nUl,.. Mrs. Mock J..m.... -...r.. A. II. Rohaon.
c Norma Torgeeon 161 Keeling 2O4-322X. TEN LOW GAMES and Into the bays--almost completely M. Bartels. Mrs. Clyde Phelps and Potted. P I...t.-M ra. Harry Karr.
1 Dot Bower 136i City Pier Beachcombers 3. RoeerMen's Neil. Hunt 112 unnoticed. Mra. Harriet Sir obi. Mrs. Bergen McPhee. Frank rasa,
l i Dot Bower 144 Club 1. (Art Schumaker. 192- K. P. Smith 114 Snook like to gather around piers, Petunias- ...ra. Robert CarU..."'r.. Mrs.B.A.Ha yne*.Mr..Clyde Phelpa.
. Betty Phillips 147 372; Bob DeVane. 189. Rosa Guild. Ray Schuchard 113 rocka. logs, drop-off and brl4a_. B. M. Miller Mrs.M.Twit U.Mr*.M.Guerra Mrs. M. Miller and Mrs.M.Ptabeto.Flowering .
- Carolyn Elrod 147 303).. Prod Prost 116 Mr. Snout Is very clever and Is a and Mrs. Henry Clay.Gerbera Vine.Spray or stem-
Lu Meyer 146 Gray's Econowaah 3. Island Marine GEORGE DYKSTRA 117 aster at the and fooling us air palsies -,Henry Clay and Mrs. Waller .. Mrs. Robert Car.
1.t Supply 1.ByronAztebauer.19S. Dick Swaucer US breathing creature lie will do the Mrs. Frank Horak. Its. Mra. Frank" Mokry. Mra. BergenMcPhee.
' HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) King. 317; Hugh Holm... 192. Andy Charles) Pike 119 right thing at the right time and then Dahlias, Frank Hansa.SuccuUM . "'r.. M. tUrtets. Mra.A.H.Kobeon. .
i Dot Bower 424 ...,.......... "1). Charles Pike 122 turn right around and do the enact I. II. Ibm.Caelua Mrs. Don Slobohm. HarryVarley.
Betty Phillips 423 K. P. Smith 123 opposite of what the last one you caught -Mr.. Grace ". Prank hisses and Mrs. Frank
:i| Peg Hottman 42O LEAGUE STANDINGS Fred Proet 123 did. No two Snook fight eaactly the Jade pa.. -Mrs. Prank Mokry.Hay tin,.'.
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l| Pat Ceyer 417 Bayou Marina 71.S same way--hue they ail hit the halt In *"Harold Itelaer.Philodemtron Junior Bablbil h. Prle _ar.aa ..
t; Norma Torg. on 403 Island Marine Supply 7O.5 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE much the same way. If you are fishing -"'r.. Robert Carlin.African Wiggins. Mary Vareno.Gay Var- '1
r Jo Safford 4O1 VanOatenbridge Builders 7O.J The ISLANDER Bay Area Insurance from a pier with a heavy outfit-using Vloleta-C. M. 0.,...*. ant Carol Little.
1> Phyllis Chapman 400 Roar Men's Club 63 Roeer....C. Bayou Marina perhaps a plflflh for halt and you' Pansle.-G. Reynolds Jonee.Nasturtiums Junior Card._. lt h'... CarolLittle
C; Louie Flanagan 392 Gray's Econowasn 63 Island Marine Supply Tropical Vista notice your pi"' .... la acting strangely -G. Reynolds --. ) 2nd PU_. Missy Newcaeter.All .
r Betty Schmidt 392 Tropical Vista 38.5 :Schuchard Plumbing Vanbrt.nbegeCrsY -and all of a sudden both your feet Marigold Prank hint al. first grade pupils-3rd Prise.
. Roselyn Haverkoa 386 City Pier Beachcombers 36 *Econowasli C. P.Bcomber the p.erJ'OU' will know you have Carnation G. Reynolds Jones Special awards were given to all
. Anna Maria Electric 32 Pete Reynarda Reet. A.M.Electric had a strike by a SnooklUave Prank Haass.Mrs.Rene R....... PraM Junior Kahlbltora.
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Lenten Services High Twelve Club

RESOLUTION NO. 203 ROSER MEMORIALA Mrs. Irma Cox Post-
BERNARD MISSION WHEREAS there appears to be a need
(Roman Catholic) for the regulation and authorizationfor special service of wor- master at the Bradenton

R.". Frond F. Welamille the display of placard or sign*of ship will be held at 7:30 Beach Post Office is to
political or nature in the
MASS: City of Anna temporary Maria. Florida and p.m., Thursday Mar. 26, be the speaker at the

SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 WHEREAS the City Commission at Roser Memorial Community regular weekly meeting of
feels that It I. to the beat Interact of
Church with the the Island High Twelve
WEEKDAYS: 8am the City to authorize the display d Li 1
HOLY DAYS: 8 am auch placard or signs, subject to sacrament of Holy Communion Club to be held at the
6 reasonable regulation and control to be observed. Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat
pm NOW THEREFORE BE IT
Easter Sunday Services noon Thursday. Mar.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: RESOLVED by the City Commission
of the City of Anna Maria Florida will be held at 9 and 11:15 26. Mrs. Cox will discuss
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm .peel.I.on assembled,a*follow:
use of the new Zip Codes
1. Any pereon desiring to display a.m.
Harvey Memorial ChurchNonDenominational placard or signs of a political or . and other Post Office Department -
l i l temporary nature on private property
( ) GLORIA DEI LUTHERANThe activities.The .
within the city limit of Anna Maria
Bradenton Beach Florida 1* hereby authorized to do so. Chancel Choir of club is planning an NEW HOME at 509-71st Street Holmes Beach has

R.". A. W. Sim mm 2. Prior to display of such placardor Gloria Dei Lutheran innovation for its meetingof recently been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald

SUNDAY: to the sign City an application Clerk, which must said be application made Church will render an Apr. 16, when about 50 Spencer of Tawas Mich from the Wm. B. Lee Co.,

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. shall state the location and Easter Cantata under the members of the St. Pet- builder of the home. The transaction was negotiatedby

10:30 a.m. Church Service. dimension be displayed of the and placard the applicant or signto direction of Mrs. Harry ersburg Club and their Key Royale Homes, Inc.

Christian Sclanca Service hall also provide a sketch or face Frazee at 4 p.m., Easter wives will join the local "
simile of said placard or sign size to
A. M. Cent..unity Hewse be limited to twenty(20)square feet In Sunday. Anthems vocal club for a Ladies Day 1. .4

res. solos and quartet num- luncheon. The guests will
SUNDAY 3. Said shall be
placard or sign
: placed only on private property with bers will be featured. Asa come to the Island by r

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN the consent of the property owner,and special feature of the chartered boat and will 4
SCIENCE SERVICE. the property owner shall be reeponalble -
for the removal of such placardor program the pastor will dock at the Anna Maria
Gloria Dal Evangelical sign within tan CIO day alter the dedicate all gifts and City Pier. The committeefor
Lutheran Church occasion for which the said placard or
memorials made to the the day includes Jack
sign was displayed. Number of
.. signs
Rev. Lester M. Ul Paster
and locations, where they may be church. Neil as chairman; Lou
MAUNDY THURSDAY: placed In the City of Anna Maria shall . Mack Russell Homer and
7:30 pm Holy Communion. be limited to one ((1)alan or placard
for each candidate or event.displayedIn ANNUNCIATIONIn Bob Collins, and the club
GOOD FRIDAY: not more than four (4) location. observance of Maundy officers and directors.p.m. .
7:30 pm Holy Communion. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Bay Front home on North Shore Drive, Anna Maria
Commission of the City of Ann Maria Thursday Holy Eucharistat
purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Niles W.
EASTER SUNDAY: Florida this the 20th Berryof
day of March.
5:30 p.m. will be followed .. Blessing of the Fire,
9:15 am Church School. A. D. 1964. Battle Creek Mich. from Mrs. Gladys E. Pirkeyof
by Procession to Lighting of the Paschal
Jam.O.Ferguson
Bloomington Ill. Sale handled
was Gertrude
10:30 am Worship Service. by
Mayor the Altar of Repose Strip- Candle and Holy Baptism.
C. Blasslngame, Anna Maria Realtor. (Islander Photo
4:00 pm Easter Cantata and Harvey MeyerCommissioner ping and Washing of the )

Dedication of Gifts and Alma M.HaynesCommissioner Altar. On Good Friday !

Memorials of Church. Thomas A. there will be a Mass of the !

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH McK.yComml.'oner Pre-Sanctified at 9 a.m., YOU ARE INVITED

A... L.. ....1611. Peeler Commissioner Robert R. Moses and at 2 p.m.. Last of the

FRIDAY: ATTEST Three Hours.

7:30 pm Deacons Meeting. City Frances Clerk V. Msxon Holy Saturday: At 5:30

SUNDAY: NOTICE OP INTENTION TO BUILDER OF HOMES Special Island Union ServicesGOOD i
8:45 am Sunday School. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Houses suitable for Islandellmar ii
do
The undersigned hereby certify
10:00 am Worship Service. that they are conducting a retail business I I and conditions.
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5:30 pm Chapel Choir. at 929-8th Avenue Palmetto Remodeling, Additions &
Florida, under the fictitious name of Repairs. Trustworthy I
6:30 pm Worship Service. PALMETTO SWAP SHOP and that estimates '
Baptismal Service. aid firm la composed of the following NORMAN ROSEDALE given. FRIDAY SERVICE 1:00 P.M. I
person, whose names and place of
Anna
Maria
TUESDAY: residence are a* follower J. W. Pultz 7781410
ROSER MEMORIAL CHURCH ANNA MARIA
7:00 pm Church Choir. and Jeanette Fultx. 3OI -22nd Street ,
East Dradenton. Florida.
WEDNESDAY: Ownership of PALMETTO SWAP ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. Jeanette SHOP 1*Fultx.a* follows J. W. Pults and Licensed Electrical EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE 6:00 A.M.
Contractor
7:00 pm RA. GA. Sun- It Is our Intention to apply to the Gull Drive
at Pin. Avenu. MANATEE COUNTY BEACH HOLMES BEACH
bcami. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for ,
L. (ROY) FERGUSON
Manatee County Florida to registerthe Ii
Rose*. Memorial ChurchN..ol..tl..l said name of PALMETTO SWAP PHONES Day 778-2143
( ) SHOP under the provisions of Chapter Night 778-2059 Sponsored by the Island Ministerial Association
63.O9. Laws of Plorida.Actaof 1961.
..... ........4 K. Wleelne J. W. Full II

P..rTIIURSDAY Jeanette-22nd Fultx3O1 Street East 1 I
: Dradenton. Florida WE RENT

7:30 pm Worship Service. '-26; 1-2.9 fc I 16. '6-4 I

8:30 pm Senior Choir. UNCLASSIFIEDadvance o fOLDING aiDS BAST OUSflAY

FRIDAY: PINK OtATfSSSUM8ATKIM6
CORPOflflTIOd
payment required LflRCHfflOnT DEVfLOPIHfllT
1:00 pm Union Good COTSST.OU.Itl
8 llna.-1.OO-m>ntmum-SO<
Friday Service. MJIMKITSMICM
FOR SALUi BRANDNHW SIX-FOOT
SUNDAY *LJNCMS 7" ?deed '7r
: MINNOW NUT. Call 746-2O62 after CHAIRS

9:00 am Worship Service. "l LJnenRente .
<< .
SALEi U.PI. Aluminum boat
10:00 am Sunday School. with 7-1/a HP Evlarude Motor and Service Presents - -
11:15 am Worship Service. Cater Trailer. All In Good Condition
for ONLY S2OO. Phone 77S-1IM.
77=-1472
7:00 pm Senior & Inter IW Tary.r>JMryrt. Anna Maria CIJT.
mediate Youth Fellowship WOULD LIKE to a maid for, 214.54th St.
three mornlnais each week to polish up The
Holmes Beach Y
MONDAY: our model haas Neat appearance r
10:00 am Group 5. Youth .._...... Contact Mr. Adam. Key k i
Morale 11oN_. Inc. at the model home
Room. R I NURSESTAKE
Uft1fiS'Y A H. Equity la dc. 3-BR.
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. _.
2.lulh home) over loosing nowl
WEDNESDAY: Creek S Wnltfteld CoM; Course.for lot IkflJ

7:30 pm Church Council. o\,,& ..ll,y Itolmee Blue Par o.Kh2"ale et--""Ume' 'I.BUly. 'a. SHOE. d

Vicinity of Avenue A.Bradentonlleac
Church .f TKo ......lotto*) *. Plnder pleaee call 77S-276O
(ep.......!) ,".r :!I It 1ftI'UIl COMFORTSERIOUS
....... MtN Ft Caro.e. .
..... OereU K. ... month
rent fey or pear.Nicely located GULF DRIVE
MAUNDY THURSDAY: convenient to poet atttce stores andpMjflAPrJ"1
Eucharist. **-: T7B.IQ3V L.YTHAT'S CO.OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS I
5:30 pm Holy LOTS FOR SALKi rr on Canal.
followed by Procession to 7 2nd 51.--14.000& GUml Bay lots c-M-I..I. Oweeeshl..w .
for salei Gulf ........
priced o/wtck
the Altar of Repose. Snipping .. .u s stn.tts.eta ar.-ttta
II .ooo&1 nth Canal. 4.OOOt 73thSc. WHY
and Washing of the Canal. ".3OOa 73rd St.. H.OOQ. HOLMES BEACH
JN. U. PftOntKRO, Use. *.al Estate
Altar. nwna..r- I5| _.1.t < GOOD FRIDAY: ALIHftAIIurci _all lit....d ClotJ
lna.. Also DrseiamaklM. Drapes.Wr.
9:00 am Mass of the Pre. r *tk_ T1a.I
Sanctifled. 1ft1.1.: ...._t'alaw ..A__. CHOOSEMASON
A...Mar&.Gaud location Write_
2:00 pmLast of the Three er Jeeepft y..rstkl. ".. I. ........w.ttw MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
.
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V .ItQrA I
Hours. T.rr WIA .eal.Me
HOLY SATURDAY! at ONLY $7.30r. ,a.onh al the
of the Fire nAYOU MARINA. INC.,r'hay .5s.. LOOK WHAT
5:30 Blessing
pm -.._Mat .1 _
1aCaj1a_ 41l
Lighting of the Paschal: rua "Lao..r4;_&... ... YOU OKTICOMfOltl 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

Lo.. 100 a loo. Concrete Sa waa.CMy .
Candle & Holy Baptism.
Water and Ar.ela Well PaveS STYltl Pl1I
I CASTER SUNDAYS Use.. PtnelacaitaMilnltolmee I'acrIfJN b.

8:00 am Holy Eucharist. 771-I3OC.: t... home an 2OJ tU. ,. FEATURING - -

Special Easter Music. ..._ ... Canal rrwag.. S Uarr
Itedruomat 2 Bstha IA... FW.KUReum
10:30 am Family Eucharist. od 2*C.r Gar.... Ill. RoufiInsulated.
Sermon Church School. Intercom av*.*n a> central. .00 lees Prise/. dat gsecs So>et/ Ve.la.is>* tHslenee. >i..rC..mleel Vera A* 1Iec..se .....
.. ... .......
heal and Sir Cndlttunin Call 7 t a4n. c- Peel Ottte*.
Special Easter Music.H..D..a..Iwa1t..J. 272S. ee come and eve it at 244Oitt CALL 0. 6 TV.-al. 0-..... IW_____... c-.a AM C..dtt1..L.ggN/.1
..... Ayr,, AIII'IIoIt' M'f 'i a..d 6.aus. r...... ........ u-1 ....... t..eh.. .....

....t lale.... a.-e VKAM ARuiasu. jiiM'knTV MAIN Your friendly a.-.. ....4lic...... t.eh Arwe.N 1u Tie.. Oo.ld T_._ Flees Th..eh.wLM
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TKMAMCIU MOWING. TMIMMBNG.WtNUOWS .
t) wGW/G. .u.-.s CL1LAI'ctlU"a.t.D. rill.. Mason Man r-- ..... ti./.a.. a-.-S At1K-h..rt n.m TV '--.-

CASTER SUNDAY: \ WAJH.OCMLJUwKPFIC1KMT r..a aly ......!.rely s. c.-.a TV as 4 TeUs iana CnMio s

9:30 am Morning Service A PRUa/rr SCRVICe.a4MRHAMMABLK OW/d. P...... A-. Punt ....... $ys. Hall .. .
.. . 1lre. te taaa.e.: .aswn >
S R..e.wc.
RATt > WiNces ... ....
Church School. IU.N rtiiaxms. rtKsxK 77*..2". Cop ....ua.u c-- s g+.wd ':.'b1. .a.u- L f.-.-e rilfl-a'-lT.. 0-.

11:00 am Worship Service A aft&L t..1Q..r'ai IL F"4 u.-. /iota. tai Pew.
Anti .............. Sales h a.ear.,
Sermon What We May .- .. H't. ..&.11 778-1434

itcvc About The Resurrection <*O s 100 tae .... BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor
Sea emit w TV*......Itolm l....s.
at t ....,.
Male Ogee N'Taw .11'.40.AWl -
... Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable
-' ksus"m -stl. care 2813 ArcHolmes E. ,
10 rua hAL1.a Ivs 1 Wya ......11''. 0rs.r
Coffee Fellowship. mystic C..d o.ratt.. Sales Representative Phone 7781611r
10.:10 am Lecture on Psychla- ,... .. tI-utt Bead

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I ISLAND REAL ESTATE i



BRAND NEW I CB Home: 2 Bedrooms. 1-1/2 '
LOTS FOR SALE Baths Central Heat Closed Garage Boat Docking EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS ,
Privileges Lot 90 x 100. All for 13500.,
Bay Front & 75th Seawalled $8,000
George Wagner REALTY DICK t

Palm Drive & 76th St. I 1.I.Ad! Shopping C.tt.r PHONE 778-2444 (

Beach & Docking Privileges $3,300 WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA

c...E........ .....D..L.. All... Pih, A*__..(. WAGNER
Oak Ave. South Side

on Canal 75 x 125 no seawall $3,000EE BIMINI BAY ESTATES
REALTOR
OUR SIGNON THESE PROPERTIES Choice Canal Front HomesitesIN

* * * * CITY OF ANNA MARIAWe -
...... 9 T- _
MAHAR Real Estate think that these high. dry waterfront !9:
homcsltes just a block from the beautiful
HJTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER Gulf of Mexico beaches are the best buy for 'M1 .... T .

02 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA Real Living anywhere on Florida's Sun Coast.
For full Information call your favorite *- .
CLOSED WEDNESDAYA Island Realtor or write us: c/o Post Office -
Box 161O. Dradenton. FloridaBARGAINI


REAL BUY

Modern 2 Bedroom CB Home !

with Gas Heat & All-conditioning. We have just listed for sale a lovely two-
bedroom FURNISHED Home at 208 Archer
Close to Beach & Shopping Center Way. Anna Maria. NEW TV & REF. Home in
3-OR. 2-Dath NEW HOME on 71st Street on Canal.
EXTRA LOT INCLUDED perfect condition. Owner wants offer. Besureto
Partly Furnished or will discount for Furniture.
SEE THIS I It might be just what you have
$11,500 FURNISHED Double Garage. Central Heating. Price Reduced to
I been looking foriPARRISH? $21,500., Can assume $16,000, Mort.closing coata.

:. OWNER WANTS OFFER REALTY ---Consult Dick Wagner---

",,','Jf CANALFRONT--Three or Four Bedrooms; RALPH H. rARXISH. Me.. PEGGY "MASSIE" MOORE A.MCMU 77th St. Seawalled Canal 1-DR Furn. CD Duplex
; Three Baths; Florida Room; Central Heat; Plane Front 90x 100 Homestte In Holmes Beach. Near
Maria 778-1902
Anna :
Office PloKo.
j [Double Garage; Swimming Pool and Many Poet Priced at ONLY 3500., Shop. Ctr.ONLY$8,9001Consult |

[Many, Extras including Furniture & Covered --- Dick Wagner---
Boat Dock. CANAL LOTS AS LOW AS $3,000
2-BR Home on LARGE CORNER LOT. Block from
JOHN B. PROTHERO NICE HIGH LOT $1,850 TERMS Shopping Center. Widow MUST Sell. Thla la air-
-
conditioned has oil heat all-electric kitchen largo
_ITCHED REAL ESTATE AIIOKCII-SAi.CS! & RENTALS well.
tiled bath fenced-In backyard own deep
I 116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach 3 BEDROOM, GULFFRONT HOME PRICE: $13SOO, or make cash offer.

I EXCELLENT INVESTMENT OR HOME ---Coowit Dick Wagner---
,
I Shown by Appointment OnlyNOW 3-Bedroom Furnished BEACH HOUSE with double

, .p garage. Large Porch. Needs some repairs. Offered
IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR
at $13,, OO.
RESERVATION FOR NEXT SEASON. WE
WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU AROUND. --.Oxnult Dick Wagner---

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR 1-BR Cottage i-BR 92xiOO Lot In
Dr.--Purn-
w2 Garages Gulf Holmes Beach.
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
below. Purn- Ished for ONLY $2.2OO: wi boat-
SISLER J. DUDLEY. B..t*..S.U.___772l34 ished. 7.SOO. $6OOO| Ing privileges.
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
---Coniult Dick Wagner---

NEW 3-BR Canal Home In Anna Maria.. Two LARGE
Select your homesiteat Tiled Baths... Electric Kitchen...Living Rrm opens
onto a 25 x.0 Screened Patio... Floor. are carpeted
...PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY at ONLY S18.3OO.
OUR MODELS KEY ROYALEand Closing Can assume Costs.$1 ,800 Mortgage at $103 per month.No


WILL BE OPEN BAY PALMS -"Coniuli. Dick Wagner---

,, BEACH COTTAGE ON GULFS I |edroom. Largo
? TAMPA' Living Room, Kitchen and Bath. Screened Porch on
BAY two aide. $1",7 O furnished. Property la Sea walled.Consult .

"ULP or MEXICO o .9 --- Dick Wagner---

JACK HOLMES, Realtor 1> TO SETTLE ESTATE RESTAURANT for Sales
.b wY.Jt 3-BR Bayfront furnished Small. Family operation
Home on aeawalled 100 w/ room for expansion.
Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr.JACK'S .
KEY
by 180 Loc.Shuffleboard In Holmes Itoach. Call
ROYALE3m Court li Garage. REAL for Appointment. Good
r BUY AT ONLY $22.3OQf, Opportunity
IARGAIN BOARD
PALMETTO -..Catwtlt Dick Wajpter---

Key Royale Canal HomeA NeW 2-I3R Homo In Holmes Beach.Cypress Interior
Paneling. Built-in Electric Kitchen. 1-1/2 Tiled
BRAND NEW Ncvcr-Llved-In.3- edroom Baths. Unclosed Garage Boat Dock.PRICI2sI3.3OO.:
Home.Two large charming baths;living room; ,AM 1* IItAOENTi3A. ?/ This has been reduced $1,300.Conwlt .
dining room; kitchen; breakfast bar; utility IMAliM
--- Dick
room with den space; air conditioned and * Wagner-
centrally heated; garage and an over-sized ?43 Two-BR Home In Bradenton Beach. A RKAL BUY
porch with exceptional water view. Owner *A, Completely Furnished. SOx 100 Lot. Owner going
called North la sacrificing this excellent .' ?** -* TO SARASOTA back North. Caah--S8.3OO.
property for Just $21,5001ANNA |_ \
--.eon..11 Dick Wagner-
MARIAA 48 SEAWALLED WATERFRONTLOTS
Anna Maria. Canal Lota Laundry Dry Cleaning
crackerjack modern Bedroom Cottage. -- $4,000 to $12,500 73x147 on Paved Street Doing good Island buatandwCity -
with Florida Room. Lovely large lotwith
glassed Water-Only ne... Owner wants to
plenty of nice shrubbery and a variety of *3OOO each retlrv.
fruit. Cue to ONLY 13SOOt 1 17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
.Consult Dick Wacner---
$2,900 to $,,, OO
BRADENTON BEACH SIX APARTMENTS ON TUB GULF, with 200 feet of
NORTH of Cortex Bridge: Nicely Furnished Seawalled. BHACH FRONTAGE Room for Kxpanalon.
2-BR Home. Juat Completely RE FINISH ED. HOMES ALSO READY FOR Excellent Rental Record.Call For Brochure.Price.
Looks like NEW-Just Across the Road from 176.300., with $2 "OOO Down and Very Good Term.
Gulf. Price Cut to S1O,33O. -On Easy Term? IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYMODEL

S.-
NORTH of Cortex Bridge: A good 2-Bedroom
refurnished concrete block home In generally
good condition. The best buy you ever saw for REALTOR
ONLY $7,63O-Terms Can Be Arranged. .

JACK MARSHALL R.dNr 2217 GuN Drive, .adenlcn ..och

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Mono HOMES OPEN DAILY 778-2663 or .v*. 7781.64Thursday





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.J.ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



5 gal. cans fk';?*.,; R.Call C. SCHUCHARD 778-2012 r :LTED: : :


FIBRE ROOF COATor Pt-UMOINO CONTRACTORE6 Washable Linen Hats & Bags
j Lr HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH >R..*?.& K* &y

PLASTIC ROOF CEMENT PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPP!.IES.PUMPS. REPAIRS New Featherweight Spring Jewelry

'.0 Free Gift & Mail Wrap

; now $3.90 HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE ., - ddd4 Lending Library
.A. A 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE t(I t :' 3Ar., ..J Jelue DwyfK...
.I 7 _
CALL 778-1771 '-" -:::: '-
Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. NIGHT 778-1440

778-1131 Anna Maria Island's Only A 94etn Ead z
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach LICENSED CAR DEALER

Bolek..RambUr--Dodg...Dodgo Dart..Plymouth ton fez ---
HAVE A
design 5 make your own I: Dresses Skirts O\r..

y decorator items Blouses Slacks.n. 4'J'

with LIQUID PLASTICWe Short Sets :>" '

EasterGive Swimwear71tn

We Have a New shipment of frames Ie ---
Yourself a COLOR T' & forms including Butterflies & Fish .
\J I b Cabana Sets
FREE DEMONSTRATION (
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******************** g ft &Z ;?z ' Shorts Swim Trunks

ALL-CHANNEL QUALITY 778-1020()
PORTABLES & RADIOS 'I4OPEASTER( G.....&v_ Sport Shirts Sport Jackets
Mco-4' "
1f/!e 9e1e 1f/1UIp
ISLAND TV 778-1703 .

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.. -. rt\,"'1 ....
Anna Maria IslahcT (imprint; ) TShirts2 -=-. I
Layaway 00:.... Pow.Pt. .
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to 16-$1 ea ..
laundryfinished 2 Piece Short & Shirt Sets- sec ....N..,{W.a1a.1 778-1161
2 to 14-$1.99 to $3.99
Bathing Suits-Boys or Girls-
or coin operatedDry 1 to 14-$1.29 to $4.99 CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
Beach Robes-Boys or Girls2 -
Cleaning Shoe Repair
to14-$1.99 to $3.99 HANDY DANDY
professional CABANA SETS-Infants 2-3-4 $2.99
, - & PickUpor BOYS
CABANA Sets-4 to 14-$3.99-$4.99
coin operated Station ----------"-------""-- OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
ISLAND"VARIETY STORE 778-IOJI EVERY DAY

atHOLMES SHOPPING ISLAND CENTER 7782810As


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