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: April 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful .. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



647 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Removal Of Island Bridge Tolls In Sight/I<



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County CommissionerEarl t Target Date For Discontinuance Of Tolls Between

A. Bibey Dies April 26 And May 1--Bond Bids Being Sought

Earl A. Bibey 60,a Manatee According to Kenneth W. lifted about that time.
County Commissioner since Cleary, attorney for Manatee Sale of the $4.8 million bond
January 1961 died at his homeat County the tolls on the Island issue which will retire the
Rocky Bluff. Ellenton on bridges may be discontinued present bridge bonds is to beheld
Thursday Mar. 26. after a 4 as soon as Apr. 24, or if not In Orlando on Apr. 13.
long Illness. Mr. Bibey was on that date, within a few days County Commission members -
born In Carnegie i afterward. agreed on Tuesday that
Pa., rr w1 Clcary. after reading a secthey will attend the sale.
where he own- tion of the State Road Department Other reports published recently -
ed and operatedthe is refinancing agreement have Indicated that the
E. A.Bibey said the SRD apparently anticipates tolls would be discontinued on
.,
Co.. a heatingand .. that the tolls will be May 1.

refrigeration Not to be needed very much longer is the toll plaza at the
firm.still The Anna Marla Bridge with the charging of tolls on both Commission Headed By Democratic Bloc .
company the mainland be discontinued late this month.
bridges to to
operates, but It Tuesday's appointment by or the Democratic Executive
was sold by Mr. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Gov. Bryant of Dick Briggs to Committee. Therefore, fewer
Bteyanumber EARL BIBEY succeed the late County Com- than five persons of Manatee
of years ago. Briggs Named To Succeed Bibey missioner Earl A. Uibcy has County had great bearing on
After he retired In 1948,Mr. changed the political balanceof the appointment."The .
and Mrs. Bibey moved to Sarasota Governor Farris Bryant this Briggs a native of Michigan, power on the commission.A many people I have
and in 1954 moved to week appointed Richard P."Dick" has lived in Manatee County three member Republican talked with In recent days
Rocky Bluff.A Briggs to the Manatee more than 25 years. He is a majority on the commissionwas have felt the governor should
Republican Mr. Bibey was County Commission to fill the partner in a tire business,and created by the general have appointed a third person
elected to the county commis- vacancy created last week by formerly was active in a family election of 1960. But with the instead of either of the can-
sion in the C. O. P. sweep in the death of CommissionerEarl owned gladiolus raising ven- appointment of a Democrat to dldatcH.
Manatee County in 1960. He A. Bibey. ture. replace Republican Blbcy. the "Now that the governor of
underwent for Briggs. a Democrat, was The new commissioner is has three has
surgery cancer commission now a our great state Injected
of the Intestine in April 1962 defeated 6y Republican Bibey married and has children. member Democratic majorityfor himself Into our Manatee
continuedto for the District 1 commissionseat The family lives at 1708 Point in than Democratic
and recuperated and the first time more County Primary.
in the 1960 General Election Pleasant Avenue West, Bra-
the with
I challenge
serve as commissioner until three years. accept
and is again a candidatein denton. lie has served as a
about a month ago. Although most followers of confidence that the people of
the May 5 primary election, director of a number of local
elected of decide
He was chairman the county governmental sit- Manatee County prefer to -
the commission In January for the same post. civic organizations.is uation expected the governor for themselves.. .
.- --"19037 and'reelected January to appoint a Democrat to take I1arrisonadded that he would
of this year. He resigned as 'Silver Whistle' To Open April 7 Dlbe r'a place, there was some step up the pace of his campaign --
chairman on Mar. 1, with"the question as to whether the for the primary election.
fervent hope that I will be ableto With dress rehearsals sched- being completed by designer appointment would be given to
serve the balance of my uled for Friday and Sunday, Pat Huber and a crew of Briggs, or to M. 13. Mickey Beach Liquor Store
term. ." But his illness the large cast of 'The Silver volunteers, Mrs. August Wag- Harrison, who also ia runningfor
forced him to remain in bed, Whistle is working into the ner. Betty Schmidt Rene the Democratic nominationfor Has New Owner
and he had not been to his home stretch, polishing its Redon, Charles Palmer and the District 1 commissionscat. Charles E. McCormick of
office at the court house for performance under the direc- Charles Baker. Set construc- 316'7lst Street llolmoa
four weeks.He tion of Helen Peters for nextweek's tion has been done by Howard It Is expected that Briggs will Beach an Island resident for
is survived by his wife opening of the play. Scott and Glenn Morgan Including be able to qualify so that he nearly two years, recently
Mrs. Virginia Bibey; a son. The three-act comedy by building the exteriorsof can take his seat on the commission purchased the Beach Liquor
Earl Bibey of Pittsburgh; three Robert McEnroe will open a a church a home for the by Its next meeting.A Store in the Island Shopping
brothers, James A. Bibey ofRosevllle five-night run at the Anna aged and a garden wall. statement issued by Candidate Center from Mr. and Mra.
Calif., Harry C. Maria Community House on Lighting Is being set by John Harrison. is as follows Cayle Michael.
Bibey of Bloomingdale Ohio, Tuesday evening Apr. 7. Maner and Frank Brechlln; "Relative to the appointment McCormick, who moved to the
and William A. Bibey Jr. of An intricate set for the play (Continued on Page 3) to fill the reamindor of the Island from East Tawaa,

Carnegie and two sisters, term of Mr. Earl they, I have Mich., formerly manufactured
Mrs. Ethel Kensinger of Es- a sincere feeling that the will house trailer In that city for
condido, Calif., and Mrs. Eva of the people was not carried 12 years and .In .Plttaton Pa.
Johnson of Carnegie. Llt out. I do know that It waa not a for four years before moving
Funeral services were heldat unanimous decision. of the gov- to Florida.
Cri Pith-Cline Chapel Mon- '. patronage committee (Continued on Page 3)
day afternoon, with the Rev.
James B. Chapman pastor of Voter Registration Closes Saturday .
the First Church of God. Bra- A concrete monument

denton officiating. Intermentwas to its designer Sydney Saturday Apr. 4, will be the vote, a person must be a United
in Manasota Memorial Makepeace Wood, .im final day on which. new voters States citizen: 21 I year of age,
Park. the first piling. driven may register before the May 3 and must have been a resident
The flag at the Manatee County for the Installation of primary election. of "Florida for a year and ot the
Court House flew at half- .* the new combination
Registration books close In county for six months
mast from the time of Mr. pier and groin at the Manatee County at 3 p.m.,Saturday Persons otherwise eligible
Bibey*a death until after the Manatee County Beach and will not reopen until who will become 21 between
funeral. The regular weekly last week. So far as im June 1. Saturday (Apr. -4)) and May 3,
meeting of the commission on known, the new groin Mra. Mable W. Davis, ,county may register. this. week but
Monday afternoon was postponed la the first of Its typeto supervisor uf registration,has must show birth certificates.
until Tuesday. be used In Florida. announced that her office the Registered. voters who expect
Active pallbearers were Don although many of the county court house will openat to be out of the county on May
Everett Bill Baird Robert same design have been 9 a.m.each day this week for 3, the day of the primary el- ;,
Moo n. Clyde Former Roy ':':p'1W;,, used successfully In voters to register and will beopen ecilon. may Apply at "'r..
Weeks and Milton Sackett. combating erosion In each day. Davis' office for absentee ba I-
Honorary pallbearers were the Great Lakes area. To be eligible to register and loca.ANNA .
Kenneth deary John Benson and In the British West I
William Crist.Mike Klemmer Indies.. Work on the I
William Vines WlllUm Hoh- groin carted a few 1dl MARIA' ISLAND W CAT HIM
man, Ralph Clark Dan McClure I days ago, under the
Elmer Bustle II. C."Tom" I direct supervision of T........._.. _... ......." ,
Slaughter Jack Jones. Foreman Larry Ilal-
I. m H XM 'p m 14 ch
Bruce Cox Harold Jones, Dr. lard. Islander Phocos)
George M. Dame and Vincent : 24TO ... "W "Mft' IS' Nuns
Wilder. MAl. 24- U 1A as .,J Nuu.r
As part of a three-member I MAl. H. -n ..4. 74 16 09 ..2MAl.
Republican majority on the I riii- I %1.4 U c. 11 tN .4
county commission Mr. Bibey M41. 2- .<* *4 *4 64TV .1 :3. st
was * .
development<< uf a new councy. I MAl. ;)O.-t 'fa *4 Ti .* Nom.
beach at the south end of the I
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 2.

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- Islander g'ezzse QnCJ
Editorials . .


by THE EDITOR

Question Of PreferenceSince
Through another of our"volunteer -

the recent proposal to have house-to-house deliveryof correspondents" we

mail on the Island we have talked about the suggestion with have been fortunate enough to

several dozen residents of all three Island cities trying to receive within a few days, a
form an idea of their preference in the matter. brief firsthand account of life

With very few exceptions. Island residents seem prefer in Anchorage Alaska during

the daily or twice-daily trip to the post office for their mail. and after last Friday's severe -f

Pressed for reasons for this preference some are a little earthquake in that city just as

vague--or perhaps are merely unwilling to express their we were able to bring our AL FRESCOISLANDER( PHOTO BY RENE REDON)
reasons. But many others are quite frank in stating their readers a firsthand account of
reasons. the revolutionary coup in Viet
Nam in November.Mrs. LETTERS . .
Those reasons vary to some extent but In the main are
similar. That mid-morning trip to the post office affords an Hugh Snider daughterof March 19. 1964
opportunity' for some necessary shopping. It gives residentsa Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brownof
Cox
Dear Mr. :
Anna Maria and West Med-
chance to see and talk with neighbors friends and acquaintances -
Thank much for Maria
to retain their
ford Mass. her you very your own
wrote to
--a chance they seem to value and which they might not
from the letter of March 16th advisingme Post Office. I will keep my eye
have nearly as often otherwise. In other words the mail trip parents Anchorage
day after the Mr. of the appearance and com- on this situation. You know that
often serves a dual or triple purpose--getting the mail, earthquake.
and Mrs. Snider have made ments of Mr. Eugene Saley of another examination has been
bit of social
shopping, plus a
contact. the Post Office Department given for the Postmaster
their appointment
home in for -
And too, although only a few mentioned it--to some of our Anchorage
before the March 12th meetingof there. It is
some time. Her read my
note as
retirees the trip for the mail serves to break up the day a
follows the Island Chamber of Com- understanding that it will be at
:
little and affords a definite reason for being up and about at
least six weeks before
merce.I a
register
"Hi -
almost Folks: Saturday,
an definite but still-flexible time of day.
have had no report from the is established as a resultof
1 Just let knowwe
On the other side of the question are some residents who p.m. to you
Post Office Department in recent that test. As soon as I have
are OK and Is house
accustomed so
already are to having their mail delivered. Not
after the earthquake! Some months concerning any the register, I will see what we
delivered to their homes by but delivered the
any means to
change in the status of the can do about this particular
of berries broke
jars in the
ends of their streets by a star route carrier out of the Draden-
Post Offices on Anna Maria situation.
ton Beach Post Office. basement, but we are very
lucky. Power back Island. I frankly am surprisedto With all good wishes I am
of this came on
Many group say they are not 100 percent satisfied
learn of Mr. Saley's talk at
with the mall service on the star route but have had their at 11 a.m. Can get water
from a well next door and the Chamber of Commerce Sincerely yours,
mall delivered that way so long that they have never thoughtof
I understand well the James
changing. have a small fire in wood meeting. A. HaleyCongressman
stove. Can't have much fire desire of the people of Anna 7th Dist.
Out a poll of residents of the entire Island probably would
result in a vote to leave the post office situation as is. because of hot water coils
and the lack of water. It was March 27, 1964

More Of The SameWith 23 this morning and in the Dear Mr. Mayor: Department so that your
30s now, so we are luckytoo This will acknowledge and thoughts will be given every
thank for the letter of consideration.As .
that It is not colder. you
the Island undergoing some definite growing pains,
occasional improvement or enlargement of some of its "Two sets of close friends March 24th addressed to me to the postmaster position,
facilities or services is indicated. lost their homes overlook- by the members of your city it is true that a number of

There arc a number of reasons for implementation of a ing the inlet when the banks government relative to the people have passed the written
One husband Anna Maria post office and examination. The Civil Service
long-discussed Islandwide police department In the not too- gave way. was
distant future. here at 9 o'clock last even- postmaster situation.As Commission is in the processof
ing looking for his wife Mr. H. E. Cox may have checking the qualifications
One of those reasons Is the imminent discontinuance of --
and we just heard on the advised you I have asked the and references of these per-
collecting tolls on two of the three bridges to the Island, which
many community leaders and local officials feel will be the radio that he had found her. Post Office Department to giveme sons. We have been advised
"Cut a report on the status of that it will probably be anothersix
signal for the Influx of a greater number of undesirables, my finger on some
glass in the basement the post offices on Anna Maria weeks before the Commis-
which on some books Include the never-popular youthful hot- so
can't too well. Will Island and any proposal the sion completes this work and
rodders and grand prix racers, which the Island now has to type
a fair degree. walk over to a mall box Department may be considering can establish a register of

Present police protection on the Island is adequate at some about a half-mile away to in connection with your own eligibles. U it is necessary for

times of the day and definitely inadequate at others. As most mail this, as they will pickit post office. The last information the Commission to make any
I received from the direct
readers know each of the three clcloo haa up sometime before long. investigations in connection -
now ,a,one-man,,
Department was a statement with of .th_
"The tower at the Inter- any
.. police force. As Is very natural--that single officer in each
national down that the Department would eligibles the register may be
Airport came
city--left pretty much to his own devices, works mainly duringthe make in the
but planes are landing dur- no change statusof delayed longer.
da'tlme--when, if ever, very little police protection is ing daylight. Front of Pen- the existing post office I will advise you of the reportI
needed. in facilities on the Island. The receive from the Post Office
s new store town
Therefore, because he has worked most of his reasonabletour fell ney down as did a first knowledge I had of Mr. Department. I will appreciateyour
partly
of duty during the day, the Island police officeris
average finished Saley's speech was that report advising the members of
not only unwilling to double in brass during the evening or new apartment that Mr. Cox sent to me the City Commission of

the long lonesome hours of the night, but also Is physically building."We have of foodon on March 16th. letter to you.
unequipped to do so after being on the Job most of the day. And plenty
hand and in the freezer I am very sympathetic to With good wishes I am 4.
,
during those late evening and early morning hours, the worstof well your desire to maintain your
the speeding,drag-racing, aafc-cracklng, gas station breaking so arc set. Neighborshave
just been here who own post office. I am taking the Sincerely yours,
and other minor and major crimes occur. came from last liberty of forwarding your let- James A. HaleyCongressman
This is not the fault of any of our Island police officers, town even-
ing after It and ter directly to the Post Office 7th DttT]
happened,
nor Is it intended as a criticism of the officers or of their
work. The fault Is that of the system now in effect, and the report more buildings down Mobile Ala.
time is here when that system should be improved. Serious which we did not know about Mar. 24, 1964
consideration of everyone should be given this problem. before. We hear only three Dear Editor: and live in Anna Maria per=I
killed and about 20 Injureda Enclosed is a check to renew m nently. $IJI!!*f

-- miracle it was no my subscription to The Islander The editorial"Mall Anlmi
Tim* RUNNINg Out worse. for another 12 months. I in the current issue causes

"We had been in town can't recall when It expires, to wish I was a citizen of Ai

A news release from Florida Secretary of State Tom Adamson shopping yesterday and had but I think it is soon. Maria and could express

the subject of voter registration seems well worth repeatingfor been home about an hour. Your paper Is one of the most opinion of creating a cent

consideration by ISLANDER readers. We ran outdoors and held Interesting I have ever had the post office for the Island.

Secretary Adams points out that this Is the final week for onto a tree, as we could not pleasure of reading. Throughone me this is "progress In

new voters to register ao they can vote in the May S party stand up otherwise! Hopewe of your advertisements I verse."

primary elections. (See article on Page 1 of this Issue) don't have to live through have been able to purchase a Thanks for your past attcition.

The release continue: "While there arc in excess of two another one." lot on Crescent Drive Anna .

million registered votera In Florida today, there are an Another Isla n d-connectcd Maria, where I hope to build a Yours very trulj

estimated 1.5OO.OOO others who are qualified but not yet family Mr. and Mrs. Bruce home within the next few years Harold P. Hard]
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registered to vote. It la indeed an unfortunate commentary on Robinson, the son-in-law and -

our state that ao many of our cltizena have voluntarily deprived daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. The IslanderAn
themselves of the right to vote through apathy or sheer lack of Jones of North Shore Drive,

interest in our governmental proceaa. Anna Maria, formerly lived in Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby

"Time la rapidly running out for these people to participatein Anchorage for several years. THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
the Democrat and Republican primaries and I urge all who Just before the first of this

are qualified but not yet registered to please do ao Immed- year, however" they sold their 314 Pin Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida.

iately. Fur it la a simple fact of life that we cannot have home there and moved to Phoe- EDITOR..STEVE KIMBALL x

meaningful, representative government in Florida until a nix. Ariz.
substantially greater proportion of our citizens assume their Mr. and Mrs. Jones who ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL

responsibility to participate regularly in our elections have visited their family in ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida. 1

proce_." Anchorage twice, call that TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
Mr. Adams said also that Florida's "distressingly low city's residential area"beau

percentage" of registered voters undoubtedly ia a primary tiful." SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S* $3.SO d
reason for the fact that Florida ranks 42nd among the atatea S r ItCra. per yean $2 for six months. Canada. '

in the nation in the percentage of citizens over the age of 21 Tom McKay of Anna $S per year. ADVERTISING RATES:

. who cast ballots in the 1960 general election. Only 49.83 per Maria baa been kind enough to $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ....

cent of Floridians over 21 voted In that election. Nee a recordto send us a clipping from the percent for consecutive insertions q M

be proud 01, la it? New York Times of March 8th. it paid by tenth of following month.

And for the benefit of those. newer residents who may not an article by John Durant of National or agency placed advertising 'j

realize the fact-to be Qualified to vote both in local city Longboat Key about the recent $1.26 per column Inch.JsJ ':.
elections. AND in national state and county elections, it ia De Sexo Celebration. The article _atttwa__JWa..

necessary to register TWICE--once in the city, and again at includes aome mention of CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.

the County at the County Court louse in flradeiuon the Island plus a good picture Entered aa Second Cluut matter under
not necessarily. in that order. So that if you wish to "vote In the of the "old" County Beach. the Act of March. 3. 1979.
May. 3 primary and very possibly a aecond.' run-off primary The picture credit la "Alice
later In May. YOU MUST RBdSTUR THIS WHKK before Durant...
Apparently Mr.Dur-
S Saturday! MAMATEE COUNTY* ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER
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Thursday. April 2. 1964 "_ THE ISLANDER Page 3
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"SILVER WHISTLE". . Girl Scout News Twelve ClubA
High 8 to 8
am
We.kdoys
: pm
(Continued from Page 1) 1(
stage props by Florence ) Twenty members of the regular weekly lun- 8 am to 2 pm Sunday
Eddowes, and hand props 1',' Island Girl Scout Troop 6 cheon meeting of the
are being gathered by enjoyed a camp-out at Island High Twelve Club '
Norma Ralston and her Camp Honl Honta on Sat- will be held at the Holmes
committee, Nora Morgan, 1.1 urday. Because of the Beach Yacht Club at noon, WfBB'SIsland[
Eleanor Schroeder, Reba rainy weather, luncheonwas Thursday, Apr. 2.
Brewer, Evelyn Kermode, prepared and eatenin Speaker at the meeting
Helen Sullivan, Bernice the lodge at the camp, will be E. Delos Wetmore, Pharmacy
Blrkman Betty Griswold where hotdogs were cook past president of the club,
and Althea De Noyelles.Mrs. ed in the fireplace. After and a 33rd degree Mason, 59O4 Marina Drive
Griswold also is the luncheon, a number of who will tell about the 778.1 11.-HIt.l 7782075J.
games were played by the history and functions of
chairman of the costume O. MESS. Pts..41'.t
committee, and is being girls. that degree. A business ,
assisted Florence Mrs. John Campbell and meeting will follow. .
by
.. ,.
Eddowes, Elnora Clingan, Mrs. Ray King, the troop The following Thursday, .'-t' :.. \
Charlotte Gray and Nora leaders, accompanied the Apr. 9, will be DeMolay I
Morgan. girls, as did Mrs. Fran Day at the club, with Wal- HOPP i" of :; i
Posters by Lavender Maxon, and the mothers of ter Fullerton of St. Petersburg -
Cochran and pictures by both Mrs. Campbell and as the speaker. CE'NTER'FREE
Mrs. King.Epsilon lie has been
Frank Brechlin are posted active in
around the Island. Bertha AlphaMrs. DeMolay for a number of [ DELIVERY
Bishop reports that pro- years as well as being
grams have been printedand Theodore L. Tripp chairman of the Projects REGISTERED
are ready for distri- was elected president of Committee of the Florida
bution. Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Association I of High PHARMACISTSON
Sharon Carter and Marguerite Beta Sigma Phi, at a meet- Twelve Clubs.
Woodland will ing held recently at the DUTY
handle the makeup for the home of Mrs. Clayton BEACH LIQUOR. .
play. Part of "Silver Whistle"cast Bower. Other officers elected (Continued from Page 1) AT ALL TIMES

As an added treat, Mrs. photographed at a to serve with Mrs. According to the new
Norman Rosedale will entertain rehearsal. At right, the Tripp were Mrs. Robert owner, the store Is now 100 ANACINREG.
play audienceswith Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, Hoffman, vice president.. being managed by Robert
organ melodies, before rector of the Episcopal Mrs. James Clark recording Kraft of Bradenton Beach .
the curtain time and Church of The Annunciation secretary; Mrs.C. and Bill Hague of Holmes x1.25 99th
during intermissions. who will portray a E. Brewer, corresponding Beach. McCormick'sson.
Tickets for the play will Catholic priest Father secretary; Mrs.F. Ronald McCormick, and GALLON
B. Shell, treasurer his son-in-law Gerald I
go on sale at the pavilionat Shay. Left and center are ,
the Manatee County Bill Willson of Sarasota, 1 s r and Mrs. Bower, exten- Spencer, will operate the thermal
Beach from 2 to 5 p.m., who will play the role of sion officer. They will be store after they move to jug
Saturday, Apr. 4. Reservations the Rev. Mr. Watson, the installed at the May 12 the Island In a few months.
for numbered stuffy minister of the meeting.Mrs. The younger McCormick $2.19
seats may be made at the Church of John, and Col. John Duytschaver is having a home built at
same time. After Satur- Gene Cox, local Realtor, of the Sand Dollar Gift 5O9 70th Street, and Mr. LANVIN Travelers
day, reservations may be who will play the part of Shop dcmonst rated the arranging and Mrs. Spencer have
ARPEGE $2.50
made by calling Dr. K. W. the Bishop. Irma Cox will of artificial flow- purchased a new home at
Stenstrom at 778-1723. play the role of Mrs. ers. Mrs. Brewer won the 5W 71st Street, Holmes MY SIN $2.00
Gross, a crochety invalid.At arrangement at the close Beach. Both families will
CRESENDO $2.50
EARL A. BIBEY. . right Jack Marshall, of the meeting. become residents here.
(Continued from Page 1) Anna Maria Realtor, lends
Island, and in the removalof his talents to the role of BUILDER OF HOMES STEERMASTERCharcoal
Houses suitable for /Island Im'k FOODLINERQuality
tolls from the Island Mr. Beach, president of cllmot and c.nd4llons.. BRAZIER
bridges. He was unable to the Yale Club. Marshall, Rvmodvllno. Addition &
,
attend the recent dedica- in previous seasons, has Ropalrs. Trustworthystii & Variety W/head & rotisserie
tion of the south end beach. appeared in many plays. NORMAN.stii.*ats ..*. REG.
ROSEOALC
I I I Anna Mario 778-1 41O TabloRlto., USDA Ckolco 6o.f Chuck St.ah. ..Lo.............43. $17.95: $14.95DORM
i Tabloftlro., USDA CHoIco' B..f Chuck Roa..-Lh............39.
'l ANNA Royal Gust T....._. (301 Co. )-7 Co ..................Sl.OO EYER
Licon MARIA.d Eloctrlcal ELECTRIC Royal Gu..t P.,,, ft. 8._. ((2Vi Co. )-5Co i..................99.
Con Royal C.... c,._ Styl. or WHol. K_n.l Corn (JOJ).. 7/7. Portable
Cull Drl.. at troc Pino tor Avonuo Royal <;y..t Broo n...Ro9t lar 11.2-E.ch...................99. Mixer n.k.T...........
PthReYACHT L. (ROY) FERGUSON GROUND lie e"..3 L............................................11.29 e.49.a.
PHONES NIoAt Do* 778.2141 778-2O5 T.bl. KI".,..Thlcl. or Roawlor, SUcad Bocor...2 L'". Pfc...,9. REG. S10.9S $8,95CORY


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All About People... Chicago..Mr. and Mra. Harold Weirman and son of Hudson, 111.
.. ...Mr. and Mrs. Francis Noack of Angola. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs
Everett B. Johnson of Sheridan. 111...Mr. and Mrs. Jean B. Ford
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. C. A. Stowell of of New Smyrna Beach...Mr. and Mrs. R.DeHare of Grand Haven
_. Huntington Station. L. I.. N. Y..Dr. A. English of Ottawa. One... Mich...Edna E. Russell of East Islip N. Y...John E. Evans and
Dr. and Mrs. William B. Davis and Dr. and Mr. D. C. Trapp of son of Hageratown. Md.
HOladale. Mich...Mr.and Mrs.Walter Enhornlng of Wolcott.Conn. i HELEN'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. Mounet of Chicago...Mr.L. ..
TRIPP'S COURT: Larry Zweak. Dob Guteu and Carry Donadurer A. Burns of Trenton. N. J...Mra. M. Duchta of New York
of Vassar Mich..James L. McIntosh of Livonia.Mich...Mr.and ...John Keet of Los Angeles...Miss H. Tibet of New Rochelle City
Mra. E. F. Morris of Quebec. N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs.K.Burnett of Long Beach Calif...Miss D. A,*
and Robert McBride of Port
Mra.
ROD ft REEL MOTEL: Mr. Smith of Racine. Wls.
Meade. Pla...Mr. and Mra. Harry T. Neely and daughter of DR. AND MRS. JAMES MacWHINNEY of Rochester. N. Y.
and Carl W.Yackel Rochester N. Y. and
Ind..Mr. Mra.
Greenville their three children have been guests at the home of Mra. Mac-
...Sam R. Tabor of Orlando..Mr. and Mra. George Paatlr and
Whlnneya Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McFaddenof Archer
Mra. Loma Abrell of Plant City...Mr. and Mra.Henry A. Peck of parents Is a Way
Anna Maria. Dr. MacWhinney pediatrics specialist In Roches'
Jacksonville...Mr. and Mra. Clyde H. Lewis of Plattsburg. N. Y.
...Mr. and Mr. John Russell of Eaathampton. Mass...Mr. and ter.MR.
AND MRS. MONT C. DRAPER of Warrensburg.
Mo.
Mra. Richard Volz and Mr. and Mra. J. Burger of Tampa...Mr. and
their granddaughter. Miss Tacy Draper have left the Island
and Mra. E. J. Wilkinson and daughter Lola of Northport. N. Y... r after
in Holmes Beach for three months.
vacationing
Mr. and Mr. Henry McPherson and Mr.and Mra. Robert Clubb of
MRS. LUCILLE SHEEHAN of Warner Robins. Ga. visited her
Berrien Mich.
Springs Mrs. Florence Bowers of Anna Maria the
mother
over
HALEY'S MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs.W.J.Barker of Edgewater. N.J. Easter
...Mr. and Mra. Walter S. Kinne of Rochester N. Y..Mr. and weekend. She also spent some time with her daughter and son'
Mra. Martin E. Prefer of Garden City Mich..Mr.and Mra. JohnG. '- Mra. John VanOatenbrldge and Bob Hedgcock.
Lewis of Washington D. C.. and daughter Ann...Mr. and Mra. _MR. AND MRS. GILBERT P. MOORE who spent the month of
J. I. Woodhouae of Charlotte. N. C. visiting his parents Dr. and EASTER VISITORS at the home of former Mayor and Mra. Pete March on the Island returned a few days ago to their home In
Mra. George Woodhouae of 77th Street Holmes Beach..J. P. Niles of 56th Street. Holmes Beach were their son-in-law Dallas Texas.
Reeves of Decatur Ca...Dr. and Mra. James Lleberman of daughter Mr. and Mra.Frederick Mackie of Hawthorne N. Y.. and MR. AND MRS. AL DOBBE of Miami. their two sons, and Mra.
Atlanta visiting Dr. Lleberman'a parents Dr. and Mra. Elias family and their daughter.Mrs.Carlos Brasch of Mexico City and Dobbe's father. V. V. Bartow. were Easter visitors' at the home of
Lleberman of Anna Maria...Mr. and Mrs. Don Moon of Jackson two of the four Brasch children.Left to right above: Kurt. Scot and Mr. and Mra. Frank Dobbe of Haverkos Court.
ville. Peter Mackle. and Nancy and Carlos Braach.(ISLANDER PHOTO) MR. AND MRS. E. H. CLANZ of Holmes Beach left recently for
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mra. J. A. Smith of Mon- Napoleon. Ohio where they will spend the summer and fall. They
treal...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gllomer and children of Downers Deborah Franz of Sault Ste. Marie Ont...Mr.and Mra. Ronald W. occupied their home on the Island for three months.
Grove Ill.PALM Slmea of Quebec. MR. AND MRS. MERRITT AGARD of 74th Street.Holmes Beach
COURT Mr. and Mra. Don Ryan and Mra. Avis Henson of BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mrs. Victor Price and twin left a few days ago for Trumansburg. N. Y.. where they own and
Villa Grove 111...Mr. and Mrs.Joseph Plkclllngls and Mrs. TllllcPlkclllngla daughters Barbara and Beverly and son Douglas and Mrs. David operate the Taughannock Farms Inn during the spring and summer.
of Schenectady N. Y...Mr.and Mrs.Charles Plkclllngia Price all of Eaton Rapids Mich...Mr. and Albert C. Pease and They occupied their new home on the Island for four months.
of Wilton. N. H...Mr. and Mra. C. W. Wunder of Kitchener daughters Ailleen and Allison and Mr. and Mra.Albert W. Pease COL. AND MRS. GENE COX of Anna Maria have had as recent
OIL. all of Leesburg...Mrs. Leslie Royce Huff and daughters Lisa and guests. Mr. and Mra. Chandler Burton of Washington D. C.
EAST O* TIlE SUN:Mr and Mrs.Harrold McComas of Milwaukee Linda of Rlngwood. N. J...Mr. and Mra. Harry Erlckaon of Columbia WALTER A. STUDLEY of Fennvllle. Mich., who spent the winterIn
...Mr. and Mrs. George Van der Kaaden of Enka. N. C..Mr. and -. Conn. Anna Maria left last week for Michigan.MR. .
Mra. L. Wade of Port Wayne.Ind...Mr.and Mra. Charles Wade of THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. C. T. AND MRS. ROGER HOLT of North Shore Drive. Anna Maria
Akron. Ind. Blackburn Arlington. Va..Lee Rust of Bloomington. HI...Mr. have returned to their northern home at Greenville Me. on Moose-
SEA ISLE MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vivian and family andC. and Mrs. J.E.Rogers and family of Norwood. N. J...Mr. and Mrs. head Lake.DONALD.
H. Weber of Port St. Lucie...Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rublnt of Richard O. Braendle and party of Wilmington.Del...Mr.and Mrs. PROBASCO of Kalamazoo. Mich. arrived on the Island
Palnesvllle. Ohio...Mr. Florence Boelena and Mra. Jenny George Reese and family of Washington. N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Sunday to Join Mra. Probasco at their new home on Bay Boulevard.
Rlemerama of Spring Lake. Mich. J.me.I. Lansky and family of Taw_ City. Mich...Mr. and Mra. Anna Maria and expects to stay through April and May.
CAPRI BEACH. APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Eric Llncke of Albert R. Quinton of Worth. 111...Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tooker of MR. AND MRS. R.A.LAIDLAW of Hageravllle.Ont. arrived here
Rochester N. Y. Island Heights.N.J...Mr.and Mra.Raymond W.Wood of Cortland. recently to spend some time at their home on Periwinkle Plaza.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Poltevecque Ohio...Mr. and Mra. Lester L. Evans of Sydney on their honey- Anna Maria.
St. Petersburg..Mr. and Mrs. H. Anglin of Kingston Ont..Mr.and moon...Mr. and Mra. R. C. Richardson of Fort Williams Ont... DR. AND MRS. GEORGE NEVINS of Damarlscotta. Me. left for
Mra. A. MacDonald of Barrlngton.Ill...Mr.and Mra. L. Simsof Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Reed of Kent. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. William home this week after vacationing at their home In Anna Maria for
Oberlln. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Young of Fort Williams F. Steele of Aurora. Ind. several months.
Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schulte of Reese Mich...Mr. and PANDA DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.D.H.Pazkovic of Palatine. 111... MR. AND MRS. HAROLD J. MOLLER of 24th Street North.
Mra. Carl Skoglund and family of Deerfleld. 111...Mr.. Helen G. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradley of Lorne Park. Ont. Bradenton Beach have returned to their northern home at Goffs-
Hunt' and daughter of Niagara Falls N. Y. McINTOSH COTTAGE Mr.and Mrs.Chester A.Ray and daughter town. N. H. for the spring and summer.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTELi Mr. and Mra. H. S. Sanders of Lorna of New Era. Mich. MR. AND MRS.R.J.TOPLIFFwhospenttfte winter In Bradenton
Oarnard. Kan..Mr. and Mra. J. S. Fronds of Emporla Kan... PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. Ray E. Williams of Beach have left for Eaton Rapids Mich. for the summer.
Mr. and Mra. F. D. Chaffeeof Canton.N. Y..Mr. and Mra. Jerry Knoxville Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hummel of Pontiac Mich. MR. AND MRS.ROY J.McMURRA East Tawas. Mich returned .
Tlmmers of Appleton Wi...Mr and Mra. Jim Davis of South Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson of Chicago...Mra.B.R. Bolton and Mrs. to their northern home last week after vacationing on the Island
Bend Ind.CAoA Wayne Sorensen of Columbus. Ohio. for several months.
APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaba of Los Angeles BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mra. L. S. Knight of Springfield. 111. MRS. FRANCES MAXON of North Shore Drive. Anna Maria City
visiting Mr. Gaba'a brother and alater-ln-law. Mr. and Mra. Edward LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. Henry Holmbo and familyof Clerk last week attended the 22nd annual short course for muni-
Gaba. Wheaton. Ill...Mr. and Mra.Burr O.Brewer. of Indianapolis cipal finance officers and city clerks held at the University of
DAY VIEW COTTAGES: Miss Carolyn Parker of Floral City. ...Mr. and Mrs. Lionel LaLande of Ottawa. Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Florida.
WEST WINDS APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. James A. Ulmer of Eldon C. Wycoff of Oxford. Ohio.. Mr. and Mrs. M. Fanning of MRS. LEILA M. CLARK who wintered In Bradenton Beach has
Chagrin Falls Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.William Hanson of Chicago... Orlando...Mr. and Mra. M. Bowman and daughter of New Maret. returned to Frankfort. Ind. for the spring and summer.
Mr. and Mra. L. J. Wall of Eagle Mich. Ont...Mr and Mra. Gene N. Hoke of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. RAY M. WILLIS of Anna Maria left recently for
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. James N. Franz and Miss I'Clifford Hoke of Fort Wayne. Ind..Mr. and Mra. Ben Fout of their summer home In Rhlnelander. Wla.to spend several months.

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A .g; nSJUl Anna The ISLANDER Maria Electric 53 54 'Worst Of Show'It

BowIlll L.agLIeS Schuchard Plumbing 51.5 is quite difficult to design for the Anna Maria
Bay Area Insurance 51 Garden Club annual flower show an arrangementthat
Pete Reynard's Rest. 42.5 Is certain to win the never-mentioned judgment
"Worst Of Show." But it can be done--and hasl!
ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE TOP: TEN GAMES Rule one Is to ignore completely the theme
. Bayou Marina clung to Roger Haynes 236 established by the discerning ladies who dedicated to
Its slim lead in Island Bill Thibodeau 223 beauty conceived as the keynote--"Easter On Anna
Bowling League action Dinty Moore 223 Maria Island." Next forget 1964 and go back
Monday evening by winning Aaron VanOstenb'ge 211 thousands of years for a subject. Let the dominant
three points in its Ernie Bradow 210 accent be something totally devoid of beauty and be
match with Roser Men's Bob Guild 210 instead a little or a lot,on the screwy side. The rest
Club. High scores were Ken Fellows 204 will follow naturally.
Ernie Bradow 21O-559 Bill Thibodeau 204 Whereupon was chosen a piece of driftwood
and Russ Guild 185-508. Roger Haynes 203 unretouched which nature alone had sculptured as a
Other scores were The Dick Swauger 202 nude female figure with distorted elongated arms.
ISLANDER 3, Bay Area The woman has by a variation of the modern dance .
Insurance 1. (Ken FelTOP TEN SERIES Entrant rat.. his flo... slaw. .............t "..at.f SIte." twist turned backwards. What historical even
lows 204-538; Lloyd Roger Haynes 631 (ISLANDER PHOTO) Biblical woman did? LOT'S WIPEI' There is the
Hanson 198 Earl Drew Bill Thibodeau 608 obverse theme; the antagonistic approach to Easter
525). Dinty Moore 568 RAY C. ROBERTS. 78. FERGUS P. WARNER. or even Christmas on the Island.As .
Tropical Vista 3, Island Aaron VanOstenb'ge 565 of 203 84th St., Holmes 69. 1O46-1/2-26th Av. N, the picture shows she stands four-square or
Marine Supply 1. (Roger Ernie Bradow 559 Beach died at his home St. Petersburg died at maybe only two-square to the world and history on
Haynes, 236-631; Andy Andy Rasmussen 545 Wednesday Mar. 25. Born Bay Pines Veterans Hos- a level piece of ground. Behind her are death and
Rasmussen 196-545). Bob Guild 538 in Spencer W.Va.,he had pital. Wednesday. Mar. destruction; symbolic fires of hell and damnationthe --
VanOstenbridge BuildKen Fellows 538 spent 15 winters on the 25. Born in Ocean City burned cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. The landto
ers 3, Schuchard PlumbSteve Alex 531 Island. He was a general N. J., he moved to St. her so-obvious rear is covered with dead vegeta-
ing 1. (Aaron Van Osten- Earl Drew 525 agent for the New England Petersburg from Orlando tion; withered brown casket gray spiny prickly
Mutual Insurance Co. in five months He was a defunct
bridge 211-565; Dick ago. miniature cactus, long and sprinkled with
Swauger 202, Steve Alex TEN LOW GAMES Parkersburg, W. Va., member of Colonial Man ashes-to-ashes, and all a scene of desolation monstrosity -
531). Walt Sparks 104 where he made his home. or Post 1OO AmericanHe evil.
City Pier Beachcombers John VanOstenb'ge 111 was a member of the Legion Colonial Manor Before her turned-away face is her own promised
3. Gray's Econowash 1. Dick Swauger 113 Methodist Church; Jerusalem N. J. land had she not violated her vow or the command
(Dinty Moore 223. Bill Elmer Twist 115 Chapter #3. RAM, Survivors are his wife NOT to look backward. Because she was a woman
Thibodeau 223-608; ByRay Schuchard 116 and Wirt Lodge #82, F & Mrs. Lily Warner; a she did!
ron Arkebauer 185-519). Elmer Twist 120 AM, Elizabeth W. Va., daughter Mrs. Emmett But before her feet and her in-the-future denied
Pete Reynard's RestaurEarl Mowry 120 and Calvary Commandery Rusk Philadelphia; four way of life, was a perpetually lovely greensward
ant 2, Anna Maria Electric JIM WUICHET 120 #3, KT Parkersburg. sons, Wallace M. Warner covered with the living green of Imported British
2. (Lamoine Baker Charlie Weaver 122 Survivors are his wife of Anna Maria Robert D. dwarf ivy; then vibrant plots of fresh multi-colored
169. K. P. Smith 455; Fred Horne 122 Mrs. Stella Stewart RobWarner of Orlando Albert carnations petals of rare-In-Florida English stock
Charlie Weaver 184, erts; a daughter Mrs. Warner of Woodbury and other minor notes all contributing toa glorious,
!, Gene Moss 493). Next Week's Schedule Charles Pearcy Charleston N. J., and Fergus Warner living terrain that sang of springtime sunshine love
Roser M.C. Gray's Econ. W. Va.; a brother of Mesa Ariz.; 14 grand- and happiness.In .
LEAGUE STANDINGS ISLANDER Schuchard George Paul Roberts of children and two great- the arrangement. Lot's wife has not yet turned
Bayou Marina 74.5 Pete Reynard VanOsten. Holmes Beach; four other grandchildren. into a pillar of salt. The pillar was not introduced
VanOstenb'ge Bldrs. 73.5 A.M. Elec. Bay Area Ins. brothers and three sisters Funeral services were as there was no architectural drawing for It--nor
Island Marine Supply 71.5 Is. Marine Bayou Mar. in West Virginia and a held at Griffith-Cline Is- enough salt.
Roser Men's Club 64 Trop. Vista C.P. Beach. grandchild. land Chapel Tuesday af- But the arrangement did achieve the highest award-
Gray's Econowash 64 Funeral services and ternoon and burial was at in-rcvcrael! The unwritten unspoken rlbbonloaa.and
Tropical Vista 61.5 No Mixed League bowl- burial were to be in Par- Mansion Memorial Park unquestionable verdict "Worst Of Show!" (!II.! V.)
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Roser Seminar Lutheran WomenAn More About People

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PALMETTO SWAP SHOP and that
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 aid firm la composed of following munity Church in Anna be held at the church at MR. AND MRS. W. B.

WEEKDAYS: 8 am persona whoae names and placee of Maria from 7:30 to 9:30 7:30 p.m., Thursday Apr. TODD and son of Tona-
revidence follow J. W. Fultz
are ae
HOLY DAYS: 8 am and Jeanette. Fultz. 301 :-22nd Street p.m., Tuesday Apr. 7. 2. A sound motion picture wanda N. Y. are enjoyinga

6 pm East Bradenton Florida. Purpose of this two-ses- "One Lord One Faith," ten-day visit with Mr.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: SHOP Ownerahlp la aa folio of PALMETTO... J. W. Fuliz SWAP and sion seminar is to bringthe + will be shown a picture Todd's mother at Sun-

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm Jeanette Fultz. parents together in an which shows in a dramatic Swept Apartments.MR. .
It la our Intention to apply to the informative session which manner the sessions and AND MRS. ARTHURB.
of the and
Memorial ChurchNon.D.nomlnatlonal Clerk Circuit Court In for
Horv.y Manatee County Florida to register should enable the parentsto highlights of the merger CASTEEL of Oakwood
( ) the said name of PALMETTO SWAP understand their children i convention of the Lutheran Ill. left for home recently :
Bradanlon Beach SHOP under the provisions of Chapter
B... A. W. SlmrnB V63.O9. La we of Florida.Acts of 1961. better and to give Church in American heldin after vacationing at Sun-

I SUNDAY: Jeanette J.. W. Fultz Fultz guidance and encouragement J Detroit in June 1962. Swept Apartments for five

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 3O1 -22nd Street East to the parents during All visitors and guests months.
Oradenton Florida their children's formative will be welcome at the MISS DENICE BAROLO
.
10:30 a.m. Church Service. 3262.. 9. 16. .6.
years. The date for the meeting. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Christian Scie.c. S.rvlc. UNCLASSIFIEDadvance second part of the seminar Louis Barolo Bradenton

A. ML CowiNNmlty H.w.. payment required will be announced later. Island Star Club Beach spent the Easter

SUNDAY: 8 lin.*-$1jDOminimunv50tfFOR Two films from the The Island Star Club will weekend with her parents.

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN SALEi: New Home on ZU2 n.Seawalled "Ages and Stages" series meet at the Annie Silver Miss Barolo is a studentat
SCIENCE SERVICE. Canal Frontage. 3 Large will be used for the first Community Hall at 1:3O Stetson University in

Gloria 0.1 l Evangelical Room Bedrooma and;2-Car 2 Bathet Garage.Large Tile Florida Roof; session "Terrible Vacationer Jim Hamptonof p.m., Tuesday Apr. 7. Deland, where she has

Lutheran Church Insulated; Intercom system ft central Twos and Trusting Columbus Ohio with been appointed a Junior

n.v. L..tr M. Ul.. Pastor heat 2177.and air conditioning. Call 778- Threes" and Frustrating 7-lb., 28-inch Speckled Counselor for the next school year when she will I

SUNDAY: GRANDPARENTS* Need a aoad u.ed Fours and FascinatingFives. Trout he caught last week assist the Dean of Women by acting as an advisor to

9:15 am Church School. crib:: fc high? Our.chair have for outgrown visiting grandchildren them ." Resource person from a dock at entrance to a group of 15 freshman girls.

10:30 am Worship Service. Photw 77-1341. for the discussion to follow the Holmes Beach Yacht MR. AND MRS. LEWIS STUDENKA have returnedto

11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. 72nd LOTS St.FOR--$4.000 SALE; Dlmlnl 93 ft. Bay on Canal.Lot. will be Dr. Irving Hall Club. Hampton made the their home at Metamora Ohio after vacationingon

5:30 Fellowship Supper. priced for quick sale Gulf Front well known Bradenton catch while using live baiton the Island for the winter.
pm tlO.OOO; 77th St. Canal S4.OOO; 73th pediatrician. Mrs. Rich- light spinning tackle. DR. AND MRS. TOM OUTLAND of Harrisburg Pa. .
THURSDAY: St. Canal SJ.3OO; 73rd St.. $3.000.
7:30 of ]N. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate ard H. Poe educational Mr. and Mrs. Hamptonand returned home this week after spending several
pm Open Meeting 0 ice r.41l 6.8|" St. 778-2151. assistant at Roser also their two childrenwere months at their home at Seaside Gardens.
Lutheran Church Women. FOR &I BRANDNEW SIX-FOOT will be visitors the homeof MRS. DUDLEY CUTLER of Mich has
MINNOW NET. Call 74O-2O62 afterExtinguisher present as a resource at Kalamazoo ,
ISLAND m person to explore Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Jef- been visiting friends on the Island for several days. i
BAPTIST CHURCH F\nti\
n.". L.. Ralllff.' Pastor : H'ton teach Salea *778-141.Service.Pranlinard dimensions of spiritual fries. (Islander Photo) MR. AND MRS. ERNEST W. BRADOW SR.have left !

SUNDAY: WOULD Like to employ a maid for nurture at these ages. to spend the summer and fall in Naperville Ill. I

8:45 am Sunday School. our three model; morning homea.each Neat week appearance 10 pollah up The Roser Couple s Club all parents are invited. MR. AND MRS. ELMER C. LEMSTER who have t

10:00 am Worship Service. ....nll.l. Contact Mr. Adam. Key has endorsed the programand Those who would like to 'vacationed on the Island for the past three months ,
: Royal Homea. Inc. at the model home relinquished its time attend the planned cover- ]left a few days ago to return to Valparaiso Ind.
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. center on Kev Rp Y ilf. Holme I Peach I
6:30 Worship Service. M EN'S HAIR CUT I ING by appoint for meeting. It will, however ed dish supper at 6:3Oare
pm mem-NO WAITING. Plerre'a Studio.43OO have its regular asked to call the church r.
with Special Music by the Gull Drive, Holmes Deacb. For I BIMINI BAY ESTATES
Call 778-2O41. monthly suppers to which office 778-2882.
Choir from St. Mary'sBaptist rl"r'f.1I.
--.UL FRONT--5 Lota
Church. for ONLY 10000. Write P.O.00.7. Choice Canal Front HomesitesIN
MONDAY tjradf nton Beach. Your Authorized
: YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
9:30: am Ex. Comm. WMU. TENANCEl MOWING TRIMMING CITY OF ANNA MARIAWe
EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- Dealer
FRIGIDAIRE Sales g Service
10:00 Gen. Mt. WMU.
: am ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
think that these high dry. waterfront
TUESDAY PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus
: REASONABLE RATES Referencea. homesites just a block from the beautiful
7:00: pm Church Choir. KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 I e"9 CCC FURNITURE & APPLIANCESPHONE Gulf of Mexico beaches are the best buy for
.
WEDNESDAY tr ;3l? PJ12l8Stp Sc. 1I 13WILL.
: TRADiii Equity In nice J-UR. Real Living anywhere on Florida's Sun Coast.
9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle. 2-Daih home overlooking Oowl_. For full information call your favorite
ft Whltfleld CoW Cour...for lot : 778-1267
6:15 Recreation I Hour. Creek
pm or home In llolrnga Peach. 778-2873. Island Realtor or write us: c/o Post Office >>
7:00 pm Church Business & OPEN WET UOAr STORAGE available gODS CULT DRIVE ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Box 161O Oradenton Florida
at ONLY $7.SO per month at tbe
Prayer Meeting.
BAYOU MARINA:INC.. Bay Blvd.So.,
7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunbeams. A 778-
ALTERATIONS onallkindaof Cloch-
11..... M..I.I. Church Ing. Also Drea.makln' Drapes.Mr.. MAKE AN OFFER
.. .. Prank Pefrd- Phone 77JI431.FOR .
(N.n (_t 1.1 .I)
SALEi J lots Palmetto Ave.. 16
on ft. Crest Craft boat
.... .
.
"a. K. a..a. Anna Maria.Good location.Write owner -
P..rTHURSDAY Joseph Yurnlkl. RU I. Ollaafleld. w35 HP Elec. start
: Mich.: Or aye ni f lrt meA Re lior.FOA E VIN R U D E Motor. L LflRCHOnT Dfl/aOPfflfllT/ T CORPOftflTIOII
SALEi l *O Dodc* Polara 9Paaaenaer -
10:00 am Group 4 at homeof Wagon. Good Condition. Includes heavy duty
Mrs. James Ward. TT6-2211. trailer w/ new tires &
Mii'i MT 1 Aaaaervlcetcour winch & life 7'* 7..d 9.
spec. ; seat
6:30 pm Junior Choir. readera. we can furnish S m 7 Inch
7:30 Senior Choir. enlatgementsdanrpictur.I appearing cushions gas tanks .L '
pm In The ISLANDER foronly 91.25 each. ladder paddle anchor Presents - -
SUNDAY Call 771.2021or top at the lflc..
etc. Marty Sncad. 2916
9:00 am Worship Service. Ave. E, Holmes Beach.

10:00 am Fellowship Hour. HAVE YOU NOTICED. . Phone:7781321.NURSES. .. T1.
Sunday School. that tho ISLAND'S MOST

11:15 am Worship Service SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS

12:15 pm Fellowship )Hour. ESTABLISHMENTS . .

7:00 pm Senior & Intermediate ADVERTISE IN THE

Youth Fellowships. ISLANDER? TAKE

MONDAY: SHOE d

7:00: pm Boy Scout Troop 7.

TUESDAY:

6:30: pin Couple Cluh. COMFORT

7:30 pm Seminar Program.WCDNLSDAY TrooperBill GULF DRIVECO
OPERATIVEARAHTMCNTS
: SERIOUSLY

9:30 am lid. of Id. Planning Condominium Ownership f
csaus. .
..
Session. woe PI.N.1 1 ._.,Na N ..--J
THAT'S WHY
10 am to 2 pm Mission Work
,, HOLMES BEACH
shop.
SO MANY ANNA MARIA ISLAND
THURSDAY (Apr. U)

10:00 am Guild Ilo.: .Hoard
CHOOSEMIASONI

church .. TM AAfW"cl."."
(Iphcepel) MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

ft... Cr.U K. LA.e'or
THURSDAY: :*: L J
LOOK WHAT
900 am Holy Eucharist
10 to 5 Daily
FIRST SUNDAY AKTIREASTIR you OBTI a.m. p.m.

: COMPO SlYltl riTI
8:00 am .Holy. FucharUt.ICh.'lO .

: Eucharist ASermon. FEATURING
I am Family - -
I Chuich School


L........ 1.1..4 Clo.r.IFRIDAY .OO lees Pree. Cvtl 5.sn s.-t ....... CHt_ !. .....r c-.... mace A. EI.a.e M..<
(Mi I). ..........) .....C_.... pOf....... wae.l c-.J A". ..... .04....'
..
CALL 0.T..a. A.e..t. '--
.. .......
: C-... a .-...t. ..t .
Z s.-4 ........... a ....... ....-. 14.111..1 51..... L..... 1s.
10:00 am Prayer Group. w. Your friendly ies ...._ Coss. -= es1 Aewr..e .... Tor.. O.I.M. T__... Flo. 11..f..1: .

SATURDAY: Mason Man a.r.. .... ..... .. man .:'r'te" All11..r1 ....u.- TV As....
1:00 pen Choir Rrhcarul.. ..... Qty ..... s-.J L C..sr.l TV.... T.MM- 0.11.8.OWN. .
SUNDAY: .-.. A--- ..... f--8. aye--
.
r.u W- a. aM..r
9 15 am Church School. Cart are 'for tiding. not 'for play- Cop Wiles C..eas. rues.... .......... .
: -.U.-.U C s.e.r r..aa Os..1.g sawca.... Ow.Fl .
11:00 am Worship Service ing. Children should be asked -- sera.._ u.... owe e.. ......
I to sit quictty .hie riding in
& Sermon Our Need To
: 778-7434 I
enter cars. Those who play
Doubt Our Doubts pass BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED j\1
\
'around, and rod down the
THURSDAY (Apr. V): windows either set' hurt or distract ,
For Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable
6:30 pm Annual Congregational the driver thereby causing 28U AVC.E.HolmoBodi.

Meeting in William an accident. Chidren should Sales Representative Phone 7781611Page

Hall preceded by play in playgrounds of in 'yards. j

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'ss Je e ed of. ISLAND REAL ESTATE I II'



B. FOR SALE BY OWNER EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS

ang INCOME PROPERTY--One block from the
'r. D Left for Ireland Gulf with nice view--Good 2-DR Cottage.
n- ALSO: 2-Apartment building with garage--In PICK
: Perfect Condition. Nicely furnished and Just

/R/ :. Solo Left for Mississippi summer.recently Owner aluminized.going north.Delightfully For appointmentCall cool in
d, WAGNER
iy / :- 778-1365.

i- i

/e JACK: HOtMES Is Lonesome HAS A GULF VIEW

>, TWO Bedrooms Living Room Fireplace, REAL TO If' I\\
ill Separate Dining Room Florida Room & .
.J.In Carport. All Furnished for only S1O.SOOI
Come and Visit Us
Inr '''.
. GeOr'8 W..r REALTY :
'
It L AtJACK Islowd SlnopiNg c...... PHONE 778-2444

n WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
9 I k 1 C...r:. ...._. VW.. !*.*_ AiJ.. Ptk. Aa__..'.
r

11Q BEST BUY ON THE ISLAND y

HOLMES, Realtor ONLY a year old: 2 BR 2 TILED BATHS;
0I
Florida Room; Closed Garage; Large Land-

{ flour New Office 6101 Marina Dr. scaped Lot. CENTRAL HEAT & AIR CON- V
DITIONING. Fine Residential Area. Price is
$$$ BELOW REPLACEMENT--PRICED FOR
l QUICK SALE BELOW 15000.

LOTS LOTS LOTS( PARRISH REALTYRALPH

3.-DR. 2-Bath NEW HOME on 71st Street on Canal.
MAKE US AN OFFER ON THESE H. PARKISH. M r. PIGGY "HASSIf MOORE At.. 2 BEAUTIFUL BAYFRONT LOTS Double Garage. Central Heating. Price Reduced to
k SEAWALLED TERMS Post Office Ploxo. Antes Maria Phon: 778.1902 $21,500. Can assume SI6.0()() Mort.' NoclonlngcoHtH.Consult .
- -
* .-- Dick Wagner77th ---

2 LOTS Between Highway & Gulfin Outstanding Canal Front Home St. Soa walled Canal -UK Furn. CB Duplex
Desirable Area Front -Ox 100 llorneHito In Holmes Beach. Near
r 1,790 Square Feet of Living Area... 2 Bedrooms Priced at ONLY 3500. Shop. Ctr.ONLY$8,9U01|
OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE ..2 Deluxe Baths. . Family Room. .Screened ---C1111ntllt Dick Wagner---
* Porch..Central Heat & Air Conditioning. ..
NICE HIGH LOT $1,850 TERMS Terrazzo Floors. . Venetian Blinds. .. Built-in 2-UR Home on LARCH CORNER LOT. II lock from
Vacuum Cleaning System. Kitchen has built-in Shopping Center. Widow MUST Sell. This I IH air-
* range, oven and KING sized Refrigerator. Other conditioned, has oil heat, all-electric kitchen large
,I 2 LOTS 50x100 each features: 2-car garage and utility room, with tiled bath, fenced- backyard, own deep well.
.-. $3,300 FOR BOTH TERMS washer-dryer deep freeze deep well and pump PRICK: S13.5OO. or make cash offer.
for yard; water softener. Grounds beautifully
-Con ul I Dick Wagner-"
_GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR landscaped & lighted. Shuffleboard court; boat
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333 dock; paved circular driveway. ONE OF TUB 3-Dedroom .Furnished HEACH HOUSH;, with double
BEST BARGAINS OF THE SPRING SEASON! garage. Large Porch. Nerds Home repalrM. Offeredat
SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brola..Sal.'an.-778.2156 $1JSOO.

15--!! ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA SELLING BELOW COST for $25,000 ..
( --ConMI Dick Wagnci---<<

JOHN B. PROTHERO 1-nit Cottage 1-HR Cottage on Q2 JL 100 Lot In
r. LOTS FOR SALE w2 Garages Gulf Dr.Furnllolmes "c.ach.he .
REGISTERED HEAL ESTATE .*oxe -iALEi A.. RENTALS low. FurnUhcd l iMhctl for ONLY $2,200 wboat-
Bay Front & 75th Seawalled $8,000 116.81 ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach i $7. ()O.! So.OOOl ing privllcgcM.

--.Coeaull DIcU WaKnrr-<< -.
Palm Drive & 76th St.
NEW 3-DR Canal Homo In Anna Maria. Two LARGE.
Beach & Docking Privileges $3,300 Select your homesiteat Tiled DathM.. Electric Kitchen... Living' Room opens
onto a 25 x -40 Screened Patio.. Floors are carpeted
Oak Ave. South Sideon .PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY at ONLY IH.5OO.I
KEY ROYAL Can assume $1 ,80() Mortgage d< 'I IO5 per month.No
Canal 75 x 125 no seawall $3,000 Closing COHtN.

and BAY PALMSif o..C |SEE OUR SIGN ON THESE PROPERTIES

* * * * COTTAGE ON GULP I Bedroom Large
TAMPA Living Room, Kitchen and Hath. Screened Porch on
MAHAR Real Estate .. 11AY. two sldcM. JH.75O furnished. Profierty Is Sail walled.
vt?'a''M sic r /9 Y .wt .. .
RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO MAHAR BROKER OKI MI 11 Dick W"g" "

TO SETTLE ESTATE RESTAURANT! for Sales
7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
t.. HayfrontfurnlMhed SmallamllYopc1ration
CLOSED WEDNESDAYJACK'S t } ? Homo on *ea walled 100 wroom for expansion.
by TAO Lvr.Shutrlrbool rd In 'Holmes Heach. Call
Court ft Garage. REAL for Appointment. Good
r BUY AT ONLY S22, O)1| Opportunity!
IARGAIN IOARD
.
IT rc..,:. PALM[TTO 'Oxiiuli Dick WaKnrr''-
Key Royale Canal Home : NEW :2-HR Homo In Holmes I teach.Cyprcaa Interior

Paneling, llullr-ln Electric Kitchen, 1-1/2 Tiled
A BRAND NEW Never-Lived-In,liedroom
llathii. Enclosed
Garage, 'float t>xk. PRICF.i SI3.3OO.:
Home.Two large charming. baths living. room This has been reduced $1,51X).
3 3RADINTONe
dining room kitchen; breakfast bar; utility .3 ..
.
Gxtwlt Dick
o 0"
W.Kprr
room with den space; air conditioned and

centrally heated garage and an over-sized TWO-OR Home In llradontim lleach. A HEAL BUY I
porch with exceptional water view. Owner 101 Completely Furnished. S0x IOU Ux. Owner going
called North. Is sacrificing this excellent . TO SARASOTA back North. Cash -$<".5OO.
property for )Just $21,5001ANNA !_
.
"C.II Dick .
WaKncrAnna 0
MARIAA 48 SEAWALLED WATERFRONTLOTS
Maria Canal Less laundry ft DryCIeanlntf
modern Bedroom Cottage.
crackerjack $ OOO to $12,500 73 x I 117 on I'avedScreec. Island .
with glassed Florida Room. Lovely large lot -- Doing good bu land -
and of wCHyWaterOMIy rw... Owner wants 10
with plenty of nice shrubbery a variety
.
$3.000 e-ch. retire.Cuniull : .
fruit. Cut to ONLY I3.SOO! 17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
...
Dick Wag fvcf---
BRADENTON BEACH $2,900, to $4,500,
SIX AKTMIINTS ON Tllli GULF with' 200 leee oSeawallrd <
NORTH of Cortex Bridge: Nicely Furnished IIHACH FROMTAGK. Moons for IJlp..n.alon.
2.OR Home. Just Completely REFINISIIEO. HOMES ALSO READY FOR Excellent Rental Record.Call For flrochure. I'rlceU
Looks like NEW Just Across the Road from
-
S76.500. with
S23.CXX1 and
Dawn Very Good Term
Gulf. Price Cut to SIOOn Easy Terms IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

NORTH d Cortex Bridge: A good Bedroom See
refurnished concrete block home,in generallygood
condition. The best buy you ever saw for *
ONLY S7.bSO--Terma Can Be Arranged. . REALTOQ

JACK MARSHALL RMMw 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton leoch

M &M Building Z7S-2614 Anna Maria MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY 77S-2663 or eve. 778-1464



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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 2. 1964

ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER! -- HOLMES BEACH
,
-- ----------

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE ABLE call 778-2012 HAWAIIAN

'-.& Ii 24 HOUR CALL WRECKER 778-1771 SERVICE R. C SCHUCHARDPlUMBIHO fJal_ ,

NIGHT 778-1440 CONTRACTOR ';?! 'at4

Anna Maria Isla d's Only 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH .
_- Free Gift & Mail Wrap
LICENSED CAR DEALER PLUMBING, FIXTURES SUP PLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS ::.. -
Buiclc I Rambler.. .-Dodg. Dart..Plymouth '1 _. Lending Library
Dodg T .
-- tl""..>-.. ",-=",\'9-z:.' ,... Ogtu......

___add a touch of

SPR'ING PAINTSAL. & 9 8 RATTANthe 1'1 I

decorator furniture
PER GAL.
that's durable & comfortable! ;tL eeL
WHITE & READY MIXED CLEARANCE SALE PRICES .
BODY COLORSKoines
Just arrived! New Lamp shipment

'un Pro()I Islandfurniture Center ..,i"'yb -
.'"-.I1_
')I"l: .-1'14S I) .r--.( >'
\ "'baU" / :.:.-m' ?;g-l
0'o Qa\\ ../\"
':> COME IN & BROWSEYou -g.J
.
.
welcome ,
are ALL
Beach Supplies Inc. i !

1 778-1131 I. tJ I J.,"- <<

t 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 1711020C 1/

! sI4.P Mco..W&v... ARNEL SHARKSKIN JERSEY

Shifts Sportswear Separates

PHILCOTRANSISTORS .
NEW ARRIVALS "

1964 PLASTIC DRAPES-2Panels-36x87+Valence - .....
'
.
PS. 7781161CHOCE '
I SOLID COLORS or PRINTS-$1.19 pr. ;sC .. r+hn W ,wn
" TV! TEA POTS 2cop-69 4cup-98 6cup$1.29TERRY

I CLOTH PEDS-69C prestretcheS / MEATS & PRODUCE
to 9'/ -1O to 11

NYLON NET-39C yd-72 in. wide-5 colors =
TABLE RADIOS
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021
NEW STOCK OPEN 7 A.M.-9' P.M.
EVERY DAY
1964 AIR CONDITIONERS ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
We Invite you to

ISLAND TV 778-1703 join dramatic us for climax the of WE RENT :riAY POIIMMC fens MM::::;:
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. ''HIGH CMAMtS UMtMS S4MOATHIHG COTS

THE MASTERS Linen Rental. Service STBOUlftt 77S-1472 aANKn'S
214.54th St. Holmes Beach


GOLF TOURNAMENT SPECIAL SALE

PROGRESSNo televised live from
The Augusta National
Golf Course
community can continue to grow and prosper
APRIL 11, Saturday 5,1..1., Rods ft Reek
without assurance that It will hove an od.quate
((5:00-6:00 P.M.. E.S.T.)
supply of fresh.pure water.That is our responsibilityon and Regular price for Reel $ 9.95

Anna Maria Island- - to make certain that our Pick up | APRIL 12. Sunday Regular price for Rod 10.95
1 FREE (4:00-5:30 P.M.. E.S.T.)
t customers of.today. and those of tomorrow. hove an
TV GUIDE TO
over theCBSTV Regular $20.90NO'
unending source of water at the lowest possible cost.M.n. THE MASTERSur NETWORK '

Co-sponsored by *7.81S
The Travelers ON SALE
FORCOMPLETE
..... County Water Insurance Companiesand

,- (Company INCOtfOtATlO)1s Your Travelers AgentBay..7reaSlnsurance W K DELIVER 77S-2S11
1 OPEN TT1L 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
778-2022 (
tIJThki
778-1697 778-1548

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