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 9, 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 Islander .



THE VOICE OF AlmA MARIA ISLAND PKY LIBRARY

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing is Good Of FLA. HISTORIC)



No. 648 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 9, 1964 TEN CENTS


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Bradenton Beach Sues Its City Pier Lessee I




Noted Writer Dies City Seeks- Declatory Decree To Determine i

For To Pier
While Visiting Island Responsibility Repairs Pilings

A suit against the operatorsof is "wrongful," and that unless
Mrs. Mary Bell Decker 71, 4OLD its city fishing pier was repairs to the pier arc made
a distinguished writer, died filed in Manatee County Cir- Immediately the plaintiff will
suddenly Wednesday, Apr. 1, cuit Court last week by the suffer Irreparable damage.
at the home of her sister, Mrs. City of Bradenton Beach. Originally the city leased the
George Seaman of 56th Street, The suit, filed by City Attorney pier to Frank E. Mellctt and
Holmes Beach where she wasa Walter R. Talley. con- John D. Blackmore on Jan.27.
visitor. tends that the "pier is In dire I 1939. On Sept. 1 of the same
need of repair and is an unsafe year Mellett and Blackmore
and hazardous condition" and assigned their rights In the
asks that the court determine pier to the Millers, with the
whether the city should replace city approving the agreementon
some "deteriorated" piling Sept. 4.
or if that responsibility lies When the possibility of a suit
with the lessees of the pier. against the lessees of the pier
Howard li. and Belva S. wan discussed at the March
s CORTEZ BRIDGE, now Bradenton Beach City Pier, is Miller. meeting of the city council
subject of suit between city and lessee of pier, regarding the The city contends that the Talley pointed out that In the
responsibility of repairs to structure. (ISLANDHR PHOTO) Millers should repair thepler event the city lost the suit It
and the Millers refuse todo no. would then be liable for the
Tebbetts' Condition 'Satisfactory' maintaining that under their costs involved. No action on
lease they are not responsible the matter watt taken by the
Islander George "Birdie" Mary's Hospital in that city for replacing the piling and council at the meeting. Later.
Tebbetts 54, manager of the for several weeks.
stringers.The Talley was Instructed by cityufflcl.al"
MRS. MARY DELL DECKER Cleveland Indians, remained"unchanged" The Indians, under the tem- also that
city maintains to proceed with the
She is survived by her husband and in "satisfactory" porary management of Coach the contention of the Millers MUlt.
Dr. Clarence R. Decker, condition Monday George Strickland left Tucson
vice president of Fatrlcigh according to a Monday for a barnstorming Home Mail Delivery To Start May 6 .
Dickinson University at Ruth spokesman for .. I tour of the Pacific coast with
erford, N. J., and former the club. Tcb- I the San Francisco Giants. Postmaster M rHo Irma Cox to make Much a recommen
president of the University of bertH suffered Tebbetts. a top flight Amer- of Bradenton (Beach announcedlast dation.A .
Kansas City. Mrs. Decker was a heart attack II ican League catcher with week that she had received few businessmen In Anna
born .in WcllHvillc...Mo.. thedaughter last Wednesday trit. Boston and Cleveland \ .Mar.la City 'who wnrtu t"at.,.the
Of the Kcv. May Bell, night rat tho before he became a manager of mail\ In'tHolmesnllrach' and chamber n\ect'nK p r at catcd
a Presbyterian clergyman.Her club's springtraining has lived on the Island for the Bradenton Beach probably will vigorously against any changeIn
childhood was spent in head, TEBBETTS past three years making hit start on or about May 6. status of tho Anna Maria
Missouri and Illinois. Follow- quarters in Tucson, Ariz., and home on Oak Avenue Anna Mrs. Cox Maid that the delI- Post Office and a vote to have
(Continued on Page 3)) is expected to remain at St. Marla. very for both cities will operate the division go on record AH
from the Bradenton Beach favoring the proposal was dofcated -
Bank Rating Up 'The Silver Whistle' Now Playing"The Pout Office and that she had by one vote.
The Island Bank, which reported been authorized to advertise Home delivery of mall In
deposits of $3,520,895on Silver Whistle." the performances of the play at the and accept bids fur rental I of a Anna Maria would not be pos
Dec. 31,gained 1,232 placesin three-act comedy by Robert t: Community House. vehicle for delivery of the nlble unless the Inland had a
its standing among the 7,800 McEnroe the Island Players, A business meeting of the mall.PoHftthtllty. consolidated {post office i In
largest commercial banks in third and final production oi f Island Players' Board of DIrectors of home delivery Holmes Beach operating an
the United States during 1963 the winter season, opened ai: will be held at the was firm nude public at the the main post office with the
and now ranks as 7,722nd largest the Anna Maria Community r Community I House at 8 p.m., moNt recent meeting of the put offices /In the other two
in size compared with House Tuesday evening and I Tuesday Apr. 14. At that time, Island Division l / of the Manatee cities an branches.
8,954th place at the end of will run through Saturday. the loose ends of the 1964{ season County Chamber of Corn Surveys conducted by Saley
1962. Tickets for the play will be will be discussed, and rnerce when Eugene Saley of Indicate that Anna Maria by
This is revealed in the 1964 available at the door eachevening I plans made for the annual St. Petersburg postal I services 'Itself doles not have sufficient
annual roll call of the 7,8OO ,. from 7:30 until cur- meeting and election of officers officer for thin area population{ fur a separate home
largest banks in the United tain time at 8:30. on Apr. 21. All persons told the meeting) he Intended delivery service' of mall.on .
States, published by the daily It IH being directed by Helen' holding season tickets are
American Banker of New York, Peters of White Bear I Lake members of the organization Anna Maria AdoptsNew RegistrationAnna .
which is the trade newspaper Minn. and Anna Maria guest and are urged to attend the
of the banking business. director of the season's third annual meeting.All Maria City will' adopt* Lots :2$. :Z.) arid ;.IU on .Bay.
There are 13,511 banks in the play for the third year In a row. members friends, workers new system of voter registra' Boulevard, south of Pino' Ave.A .
United States. Because of the setting of the and supporters arc 'Invitedto thin' requiring. registration rrplat of the |.-ICOM| property ,
Power play--a home for the aged-- attend the Players"' annual' of all voters. on flay. Boulevard' was
Squadron this amusing comedy will be banquet at the B r.a.; den ton 'I 1 he new system approved by turned over to City; Attorney
An indoctrination meeting of presented at Bradenton Manorat Country Club to be held on the city' commission at Its Walter R. Talley for further
the Anna Maria Island Power 730pm.. Tuesday, Apr. 1 I.4, Thursday Apr. 23. Reservations meeting Monday evening. will study Tho property although
Squadron will be held at the for the enjoyment of the guests. for the banquet must he be the name as thai now being' platted, has never: hours dctvt'
old Cortcz School at 8 p.m., This Is a first for the Island made by Saturday; Apr. 18, used by Manatee County and (,.)cd. and ho replat; will give
Thursday, Apr. 9. Players. The entire cast, plus by calling Mrs. I.. H. Arnold, the other two Island cities' and the property fewer but l.arac"rhIC
There will be no business props and costumes will be 778, 2767; Mrs. Frank Schroo.. will purge the registration 'list ...
meeting, but merely session used for the benefit performance der. 778-2675. or Mrs. Bruce of Inactive voters A 'letter from the Anna Maria
to indoctrinate the students just as In the local Ralston 77B-24O2. Ordinance; 263, limiting the Island Welfare Fund soliciting
who have recently completed height to which lots can boo filled a contribution from the city of
the sqU 1dron- Piloting course i was read for the second sSx). was read and the matter
successfully. Ceremonies of l' }. lime and passed. was tabled unlit all commissioners
the indoctrination will becun Another ordinance No. 263. are present.
ducted by CuHtls N. Cuttcn- was read for the first time. It Mayor Ferguson announced
berger squadron commander, provides for 4 change In zoning thai a special. meeting will be
and II. C. Benjamin,past commander II.II from R-2 lo Commercial' ', (Continued on "Page 3)
of the squadron.All ..1
squadron members arc
urged to attend the meeting. 'tJj ANNA MARIA I SCAM O Wf ATHIft

Postal Receipts T. ......... ..... ........1/
Receipt at the three Island
Ram Nana ipm Ifior*
post offices for the first quarter
of 1 1964 were: Anna Maria. Alas. 31: -64 60 frApt. T* $11 Noss
S4.6S3.29. oil 1342.041 from Us IApt. .C4 14 &IS 7* tfMC Hone
1963 first quarter figure Bra- :3- .TOApf. 7* 70 IKI r lions
demon Beach (including its L' 3-19 *2 74 *4 70 tine
substation at Holmes Beach). Apr 477 N "J 7) titlMM 71 HCMME
SI 4.499.23.. up SI89.33 over Af. *. 70 s4 IIfJ 71 Nuns
the same period in 1963.nut- Ap. $- -75 144 *hr) W, 71 MtwteYongo
ing total of $21.1 S2. 2. off Scene from "The Silver Whistle- which opened Tuesdayand I
Continued: on Pr 3) will run through Saturday. USLANDER PHOTO)



2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. April 9. 1964 ...


Islander gen QH 2
Editorials e . .


Police Protection & PolicyA by THE EDITORIn
the right hand columns or 4t. V..r
growing need for a unified Islandwide police force has this page is the first of several t Jll
been underlined in recent months by the Increasing incidenceof camera studies by Miss Carl u't J ri14L} {} r h r
petty, and not-so-petty crime on the Island, such as the Romeike. a very welcome addition -
break last month at Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant to The ISLANDER' W
where a safe was rifled of several hundred dollars. This needis group of contributing photog-
also emphasized by the fact that some mid-Island business raphers.MISS.
people have felt it necessary to engage the services of a
privately operated agency which for a monthly fee.contractsto
perform certain police duties for private business.
Personal observation plus reports from some of those
business people indicate that the agency's service has not
proved altogether satisfactory.
In discussing: matter with Island city officials several
jiddltionaUreasons: for an Islandwide police force have been
_:advanced. ,One official pointed out that there are many city
'ordinances of Varying importance which constantly are being
violated_ : .or Ignored, merely because of lack of enforcement.
Another!: compelling reason given was the obvious inadequacyof
the coverage possible in any city by only one officer and
the need of a 24-hour patrol in all sections of the Island.
The present police officers themselves are the most
apprehensive about a possible influx of undesirables when the
.. tolls are discontinued on the two bridges from the mainland
thus are themselves emphasizing the need for some radical
changes in the Island's police set-up and some Increases in
police personnel.One .
of the most compelling reasons for consolidating the
Island police should be the possible savings to be effectedor -- CARLA ROMEIKE t
at the very least--the greatly improved and expanded police
coverage possible with the same amount of money now being Miss Romeike. whose cameraart
spentpy the three cities. includes many scenes of
One of the present police officers has named another good the Island, is a daughter of
reason for consolidation need for better supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann ISLAND SCENE (Camera Study by Miss Carla Romeike)
the police themselves. This officer says that police policy in Romeike of Anna Maria and
each city should not be left up to the officers themselves, as it visited her parents here last
now Is. but that the officers should operate under a policy out- summer. New 'Street Closing' Ordinance I\
lined by a supervising police board of commissioners. She is a graduate of Austin
(Texas) University where she A new ordinance in Holmes Mar. r was approved. Princi-
Fishing Scoffflaws majored in mathematics and Beach provides that no public pal sources of income are:
chemistry. She is now teaching street can be vacated until a road &bridge tax refund. $16-
Every so often a controversy that has gone on for many In an American school in public hearing has been held. 000; cigarette tax, S1O.OOO;
years comes to the fore--the controversy between the area's Mainz Germany. Her future The ordinance passed at the power franchise $9.OOO and
commercial fishermen and its multitude of sports fishermen. plans Include taking a graduate meeting of the board of alder- permits and licenses. $9,000.
Much can be said on the side of the commercial fishermen. degree in photography at Aus- men Tuesday evening, also Mayor Twist announced a
They were here.first--and too, they make their living at what tin. Although according to her provides the public hearing; is number of committee appoint-
they are doing-,-a point very often given the priority on the father. Miss Romelke's Inter- to be advertised at least 15 ments, which were approvedby
American scene.' Then too, the commercial fishing Interests est in photography goes back days in advance. the board.A .
represent a large and important industry in Manatee County, only a short time her work Another new ordinance out- petition by residents of the
an industry which brings some very Important income into the shows her obvious talent and lines procedure for passage of street to pave Shell Drive will
area where most of it Is spent. we feel she could safely be ordinances, and requires two be discussed at the May 12
,''B.o en the commoTcia\liaboY'men\bemael""aarewUUns''' ,..cali.dtatu artt.t e.,.__111e.I.,. rmm&Ln&m at regular m.. ln0a. m_tina*.after All r..Ui nta of" -
". to concede the point that the tourist Industry is the number one photographer. except in emergencies.The the street have been notified.
income producer in the county and the host of motel and H H ti Braden ton law firm of Other action included: Final
restaurant operators plus the dozens of other businesses Following is our telephone Grimes, Grimes, Goebel and approval of a voter reregis-
which cater to the wants and needs of the tourists and to the story for the week containedin Parry was engaged to repre- tration;
sports fishermen--often synonymous--now have become fullyas a note dropped at our office sent the city for the next year. Rescinding of a Jan. 17 board
Important a group economically as thccommcrcialfisher by Anna Maria Police Chief Mayor Elmer G. Twist announced action which authorized Installation -
men. George Jordan: the appointment of of a number of new
Over the years, so much consideration has been given the After two weeks of hard John Neal as chairman of the street lights, with further
commercial fishermen that it has become an Instinctive habitIn labor convincing the Telephone Zoning Board of Adjustment, installation of lights to await
many cases. No regulatory legislation can or will be Co. that the City and Robert Rankin as a new more study;
considered by the county legislative delegation unless the Office phone was networking member of the board. Voted to hold board meetingson
lawmakers have the consent and approval of fishermen or I report, it is now The ISLANDER was desig- the first and third Tuesdaysof
their representatives.Even working--Out for how long nated as the official paper to each month when necessary;
with that safety factor, the fishermen do from time to Last week I had to makean carry the city's legal notices Scheduled the May meetingfor
time, allow a restrictive measure to be passed. Such a important call to Sarasota with a dally paper to be used May 12 because of the
regulatory act was passed by the Florida Legislature on May. tried several times when the time factor makes it primary elections on May 5;
19, 1939. It prohibits netting or seining within I.5OO feet of any dialing direct--no results! necessary.A And tabled until the next
municipality in Manatee. County and also provides the usual Called the operator and did trash pickup was voted and meeting a request from the
penalties for violations. get a connection but it was will take place during the weekof Anna Maria Island Welfare
"' seems to have no particular bearing on the fishing habits of understand the party on the A tentative budget of $58,674for by the city. A similar request .,
some of the commercial fishermen. They follow a practice of Sarasota end. In disgust I the fiscal year starting was made to the other cities.
dropping their nets whenever, wherever and however they hung up and hopped in my
please, and even the police who are supposed to enforce the car. and delivered the mes- Some talk making the rounds Dick Wagner reports that the
laws seem to be very reluctant to take any action whatsoever. sage in person. I find this the past few days about the family's pet iguanaIggy" has
method of communicationmuch of nine-hole been found block two
possibility a golf only a or
Cvltvr At A Pric easier on the nerves course on Key Royale. Offers from home, and apparently in
--and MUCH FASTER! some interesting prospects the best of health and spirits,
In recent weeks there has been a recurring suggestion that Tonight my police phone for members of the local golf- and none the worse for wear
. a small library, now operating at the Roaer Memorial Church, is out of service. Words Ing fraternity. after having been away from ,
be turned over to the City of Anna Mario. fail me at this pointlWe're it H H home for several weeks.
Those persona making the suggestion, do of course, look with YOU. George I
for the city to provide quarters for the library, and to take the The answer may be to send up The IslanderAn
other steps necessary to enlarge the library and make it more our own satellites.
valuable service. to the residents of the city and the Island. It NOne Independent Weekly published every Thursday
Some consideration apparently waa given by the city of our favorite contributors .
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
officials to the possibility of using part of the Community recently sent us a 07
Hot*** for housing the library, which immediately brought a clipping to the effect that trying 314 Pi.. Avenue Anna Maria Island. Florida.
storm of protest from officers, director and members of the to run a business without EOUOt
_STEVE KIMBALL
Island Players.In advertising is like winking at a
fact, a number of the Players attended a meeting of the pretty girl in the dark--No one ADVERTISING MANAGER...MARGE KIMBALL
city commission Monday evening where no mention was madeof but yourself known what you MAIL ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737 Anna Maria Florida.
a library. are doing I TELEPHONES 778-2021.
Some d the arguments advanced by the Player are that N 1 N
they are an lalandwide organization; that they have spent a lot Two fairly serious accidents SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. 3.SO W
of money improving the Community House and the city ought within ten days at the Inter- per year. ; $2 for six month Canada. t
,- to be happy to provide quarters for the group. section of Spring Avenue and $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a
All of which la true--at least in theory-but the Players' North Shore Drive indicatethe $1 per column inch. Discount of ten .... A
.,.
officers should review the situation before making too much need of some change in percent for consecutive insertion ...
atlr. A list of the organization oft leer a and directors--in traffic policy or signs at that if paid by tenth of following month. N) h
the current program--ahowa that ALL ita officers live in point. Doth Accidents caused National or agency placed: advertising, __
Holmes Beach and that twelve of seventeen directors also some badly dented e&ra. and $1.26 per column inch. IM"CLOSING -
live in Holmes Beach and only five in Anna Maria (one of the first caused. some serious -!!!1l..eu-1 .
whom resigned recently--and not even one officer or director. personal Injuries to the cars* TIME NOON. TUESDAY.

from Dradenton Beach. passenger Entered a* Second Cla** matter under
Figure aupplied by the city commission show that the city The question for the city the Act of March 3. I*79.
itself spent more than $2.OOO improving the Community House commission to decide la which
in 1963 plus several hundred dollars more supplying heat and of the two streets should be '
MANATEE COUNTY ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER
a
through street
.. light through the winter month




Llgage



Thursday.. April 9. 1964
THE ISLANDER .Dorm 1
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NOTED WRITER . .
Ity (Continued from Page 1) Episcopal ConventionThe Woman's Club 8 mm to 8 p.. W..fc. y.

ing graduation from the Episcopal Dioceseof Sixty-five members and 8 am to 2 p.w Snn University of Illinois she South Florida will hold guests attended the annual
I married Dr.Edwin Plum- its 42nd annual conventionat luncheon and Installationof
mer Sloan noted surgeon Daytona Beach.Apr.21 officers of the Island
who was active in major through 23. Representingthe Woman's Club held at the UlEBB'S[
medical associations in Church of The Annun- Holmes Beach Yacht Club
which he held many national ciation as delegates to the last week.
and international convention will be the Installed for two-year Island Pharmacy
offices. In her home in rector the Rev.Gerald K. terms were Mrs Frank
Bloomington. 111.. Mrs. Lowe; Johnson, Schroeder, treasurer; 59O4 Marina Drive
Decker was active in civic Herbert Babcock and Wes Mrs. Wallace Gray,financial 77a.1 11-Hlt. 778-2075
affairs and the work of Pritchard. secretary; Mrs Sam
a number of women's J. O. we... P......1.| t
or- Approximately 2.OOO will Bailey, corresponding
ganizations. She wrote attend the convention and secretary and Mrs
drama criticism for the the annual meeting of the George Tann recording

Midwest Review and gen- Episcopal Churchwomenof secretary.Mrs. .. .
eral articles for many the Diocese. Raymond J. Lit- l A
magazines and newspa- Attending as delegatesto tell, past president of the -
pers. She enjoyed close the women's meeting Bradenton Woman's Club PIER PROGRESSES at the Manatee County Beach as
friendships with Clarence from the local church will was the installing officer. the county engineering department crews inatall the
Darrow. Edgar Lee Masters be Mrs. George Harris. VFW new beach stabilizing groin-pier. (Islander Photo) FREE DELIVERY
Vachel Lindsay and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and MeetingA
Carl Sandburg. In 1933 Mrs. H. B. Babcock. regular meeting of meeting is planned mere- ily under the supervisionof
she was appointed by Gov. The Rt. Rev. Henry I.Louttit Anna Maria Island Post ly to give the city more the erosion board. REGISTERED
Horner as a delegate to Bishop of the Dio- 8199 VFW will beheld at Information about the pos- Talley was instructed to PHARMACISTSON
the Illinois Convention for cese of South Florida the Rod & Reel Pier in sibilities. prepare a legislative bill
I repeal of the 18th Amend- will preside at the con- Anna Maria at 8 p.m.. City Clerk Mrs. Frances which when passed,would DUTY
ment. vention. The main objectof Tuesday Apr. 14. Maxon read a financial give the city authority to
Between the two world business will be the Officers for the coming report showing cash on sell tax certificates on AT ALL TIMES
wars she made many tripsto promotion of a capital year will be elected at the hand of 24332. property on which the city
Europe including the fund campaign to raise meeting. All members of The mayor reported that ad valorem tax was delin- Vi
Balkans and the Near $3 million for work on the post are urged to at- dredging in the Bay off the quent. In the same manner DayliM
East. In 1932 she attendedthe college campuses work tend. city's Bayfront park is the county and the City of chcwablc
Disarmament Confer- with the aging and church progressing satisfactor- Bradenton do at present. : vitamins:

ence at Geneva and the extension. ANNA MARIA . 30 FREE with-100
sessions of the Security (Continued from Page 1)
Council of the League of POSTAL RECEIPTS . held at the Community $3,98
Nations when Japan invaded (Continued from Page 1) House at 4:30p.m.,Tuesday -
1 Manchuria. During for the entire three office Apr. 14, when the w l
that period she wrote extensively system a total of$352.55. city commission; planning I Itl. 100 MYADEC
on social prob- zoning and review
lems in the internationalfield. tinguished guests from all board and city advisory R G. ,I IS.79
parts of the world. including committee will talk with **.99
Several years after the President Miguel County Planning Director
death of her husband she Aleman of Mexico Prime Bill Vines about possible 500
was married (1937)to Dr. Minister Liaquat All Kahnof acquisition of additional ..
Decker with whom she Pakistan.Madame Lak- park or beach areas by NORWICHTIMED
collaborated on two books: shmi Pandit. President the city. The meeting is
"Wives of the Prophet" Harry S. Truman and the result of an Inquiry by I..d by .NIA/..(i.......C..0.. ., /... '"
and "A Place of Light." others. Vines of possible interestin ---
In 1952 Mrs. Decker accompanied Survivors besides her additional beach or park
her husband husband and her sister areas for which Federaland tr' FOODLINERQuality
who then was assistant are two brothers. Dr. State funds are avail- (1ksIJl)
director of the Mutual Joseph Bell of Hoopeston able. & VarietyT.W.
Security Agency in chargeof Ill., and Paul Bell of Mt. City officials have stated ACTION

the Far East on his Dora. that no specific action is Kino WK.U ., SK.nli Half S-fc.J Maw Lk.. ........45*
inspection tour of South- Funeral services were contemplated but that the ICA T.bURlt USDA CKcIc B..f RUM St..fc-L.........JB9.
east Asia and later wrote held at Crlfflth-CIlnc Island I l OLD FASHIONED LONGHORN CHIESI-L..49.. sleep tablets
'' many articles about the Chapel. Thursday AMMA MARIA CUCCTMIC VUKMOHM BLOCK CM...m-tw.............................%*.
trip. afternoon with the Rev. Lle.n..d EI.e.lcal DlR.At. C t.vr-24 0. ttU..A P.....................JI.OO 30 for $1.39
During her years in Kan- H. C. Benjamin offIcIa- Contract D.lMnt. T_. III.hr..*................................... SI.OO
City Mrs. Decker Cremation Cull D.L..e' Pin Awnu rOLCE R.S COPFCe-Lk.. .......................................67*
t" sas ting. was to L. (ROY FERGUSON
was hostess to dis- follow. PHONES)D. 77L2I43 D.lJyU tt. C:.m ((303)) WKU *r O,w Styl7 !..........SI.OO SILICONEirowiig
: many NioKt r 778-2059 PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE-SO Ft..............................7fSt '
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DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH board
WE
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
T.. FOR Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST

Aii.Mod Gulf ParK MOBILE HOMES We give GOLD IOND stMs pad & cover eel

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cooler
MAKE AN OFFER
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M 16 ft. Crest Craft boat
w/ 35 HP Elec. atari cold 18 hours
" E V I Nit U D E Motor. Ability ExperIence S.nrc.

Includes heavy duty REG. S7.8as
trailer w/ new tires & VOTE FOR & SUPPORTM. s1z. 5
spec winch; seat& life
.' i cushions gas tanks B. (Mickey)
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All About PE apse... MR. AND MRS. FRANK C A LUG I. winter vialtora on the Island
I for many years left recently for Weatfleld. Wla.. where they will
MERRIMAC ON THE GULP: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allison of spend the summer and fall.
Whlppany. N. J..Mr. and Mrs. C. McCulloch of Dorval. Quebec MR. AND MRS. L. V. RUCKEL of Shelby. Mich have returned
...Mr. and Mra. Armin R. King of Bristol. Va...Mr. and Mrm. home after vacationing on the Island for the winter.
J. Corwln Jr. of Southampton N. Y..Mr. and Mra. John Achlaon .P MR. AND MRS. HERMANN A. ROMEIKE of Lake View Drive.
and family of Winter Haven...Col. Henry Clark of Washington.D. II Anna Maria, sailed this week from Port Everglades aboard a
C...George Zerwer and son of Peoria 111. German Atlantic Line ship for Germany where they will vacation
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blackwell of Gait. Ont. for several months.
..Mra. W. Burmua and sons of West Hill Ont...Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. W. ELTON SHEEHAN of Guilford Conn. are
W. C. Thomas of Glenview 111...Mra. Harold Congdon of Pawtucket visiting friends on the Island for a week.
R. I...Mr a. Loretta C. Watson of Chicago. :" ::.' MRS. GEORGE TANN of 77th Street. Holmes Beach la enjoying
ROD& REEL MOTEL:Mr.and Mra.John H. Kemp of Flint Mich. an extended tour of Europe and the Near East.
...W.J. Arnold of Markham.Ont...Mr.and Mra.Guy P. Bouf of t MR. AND MRS. PAUL FETTROW of 77th Street are vacationingon
McLean. Vs...Mr. and Mr. B. B. Garrison and Mr. and Mrs.R. the Island for a few weeks after an extended stay In London
E. Poker of Lakeland...Leonard T.Heavenor of St. Petersburg Ohio.
..Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Branch of Lake Wales...Don Dolnlah and MRS. W. E. HELSEL of Oak Park. 111., and daughter Gall have
Ronald D. Smith of South Bend Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Don McCough{ been recent guests of Mrs. Helsel's parents Mr.and Mra. Harvey
of Lisle HI. G. Meyer of Bayvlew Place. Anna Maria. Other recent guests of
THE ROCKETTES GULP TO BAY MOTEL: Mr.and Mra. RobertL. NEW ISLAND RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. Don Probaaco of the Meyers have been a nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
McBride of Fort Meade..Mr. and Mrs.J.Spotts and family of Kalamazoo Mich., who are now occupying their new home on Bay Marack of Elmhurst Cl.
Corning. N. Y...Mr. and Mra. James Kelly and family of Richmond Boulevard South. Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) MISS JULIA RUMAN of New York City a member of the staff of
Mich...II.! R. Dane, slater and nephew of Newton Center, the Hearst newspapers has been a guest for a week at the home of
M......Mr. and Mra. Francis Robeson and family of Brancnport Mrs. E. R. MacNelll of Summerside. Prince Edward Island. Can- Mr. and Mra. Wallace R. Gray of Key Royale.
N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. J.A.Klrchgaaaner and family of Easton Pa. ada...Mr. and Mrs. R.S.Lowe and family of Toana. Va...Mr. and MRS. HARRISON KING of Jacksonville ni.is a guest at the home
*..Mr. and Mrs. James Dillon ofRoche.ter.N.Y...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Larry Davis of Parma. lc1aho...Mr. C. O. Carlson of of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mra. John Newcomb of
Kenneth R. Pearson and family of Detroit...Mr. and Mra. Ernest Clayton. Mo...Mra. Doris Volgel and daughter of Latham.N. Y... 74th Street. Holmes Beach.
Harp and family of Livonia. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Max Carpetlck Mr. and Mrs. Ches Southon of Winnipeg. Manitoba. FORMER MAYOR AND MRS. CARL F. SCOTT of 57th Street.
and family of Indianapolis..Mr. and Mra.Harry Peteraona of Eau McINTOSH COTTAGE: Chief of Police and Mra. W. W. Sells Holmes Beach had as guests for the Easter weekend their son
Claire Wla...Mr.and Mra. Raymond C. Varnum of Fort Bragg of Mlamlsburg. Ohio on their honeymoon. and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mra. William T.Scott: of Reno. Nev..
N. C..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tymer of Indlanapolla..Mr. (Babe) PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Luczekl ofConklln. and daughter .Jennifer and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
Laurie of Indlanapolla...Mrs. E. Tolanco and Mr. and Mra. H. T. N. Y. and Mra. Robert W. Crawford of Erie.Pa.,and three of their four
Dager of Island Height, N. J. CHARLIN VILLAS Mrs. Gerald Fanteux and daughter of Ottawa, children Andrew. Susan and Lucie.Mr.Crawford Is the aon of Mr.
PALM COURTi Mr. and Mra. C.D.Mulrof Beaconafleld. Que... Ont...Dr. and Mra. Ralph Knight of MlnneapoUs...Mr. and Mr s. and Mrs. Allen S. Crawford of 316-38th Street. Holmes Beach.
Mr. and Mra. E. O. Hart and Mra. Tell of Syracuse. N. Y. .John Parent of Maasawlppl. Quebec...Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. DR. RICHARD STEWART assistant superintendent of schools In
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. J. C. Rochn of St. Buchfleld of Roanoke. Va...Mr. and Mrs. Karl Squires of Pal Manatee County returned to his home at 7602 Marina Drive.
Peteraburg...Mr. and Mra. Ray Gravis and family of Lenox metto. Holmes Beach last Friday after being hospitalized for two weeks.
Ky...L. L. Howard of Cincinnati. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E.S.Tlttardof Tampa..Mr. and He Is scheduled to rest at home for a week before returning to his
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. B.P.Daugherty of Mrs. .Joe Cameron of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mrs. II. Drlsklll of duties at the county school: administration office.
Mlnneapolla. Montgomery. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baumgarner of Wal- MRS. CARL SCOTT of Holmes Beach recently attended the annual
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Holzman of halla. S. C..Mr. and Mrs. R. C.L1vlng.tonof Schenectady. N. Y. meeting of the Florida Christian Migrants Ministry In Winter Park
Great Harrington Mass..Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W.Bumsteadof ...Mr. and Mrs.Charles Stamms of Glen wood.Ind...Mr.and Mra. where she conducted one of the panel sessions the formation of
Hampton Bays, L. I.. N. Y. Robert Hacover of Scotch Plains. N. J...Mr. and Mr. John Starrof a migrants committee. Mrs. Scott Is chairman of the Manatee
GABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clhak of Berwyn. 111. Snyder. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. RolandGlaaserof Clarks Neb... County Migrants Committee. She will report on the meeting at a
Mrs. Clhak Is a sister of Mr. Ed Gaba. Mr. and Mrs. George Kurad of Baltimore. Md..Mr. and Mrs. .J. meeting of the Manatee County United Church Women to be heldat
DAY VIEW COTTAGES Mr. and Mra. C. .J.Reardon of Ashland Earnshaw of Greencastle. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Norb Kornack of the Manatee Methodist Church In Bradenton. Thursday Apr. 9.
Wis. ,Joliet 111..Mr. and Mrs. George Eberhardt of Haleslte. N. Y. MR. AND MRS. T. F. McGAREY. who apent the winter at the
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. M. McCahey and MR. AND MRS. OLIVER RANDOLPH of 415 Alamanda Street. Mound Cottage on the Gulf In Anna Maria left a few days ago for
family and Mr. and Mra. Robert Lanou of Burlington Vt. Anna Maria have had as recent guests their daughter. Mra. .Joan their home In Wayne. Pa.
DAY VIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Matt Matte.on Hatch of Detroit and children Jordan and Deborah and their son CAPT. AND MRS. JIM SAGE of Cortex, former owners of the
of Kalamazoo Mich and children Sharon.Mike Sandy and Dale... and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Randolph also of ADMIRALS left this week for Glenvllle.N.C..where they will live
.John King of Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mr. Norman L. Cowglll Detroit and children Timothy and Diane. until late fall.
of Hllllard. Ohio. MR. AND MRS. RAY SCHECHTER. who have spent the winter in MISS MARGUERITE TUTTLE of Marina Drive. Holmes Beach
BAY BREEZE COURT Mr. and Mrs H.A.pey.er and family of Bradenton Beach left a few days ago to return to their home in has left the Island to return to Bethlehem. Conn. for the summer.
Chicago. Worthington. Minn. for the spring and summer. MR. AND MRS. ALFRED LORING LANE of North Shore Drive.
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mr. George Curtlaa Normal. 111. CAPT. AND MRS.GERALD MCDONALD of Craig Air Force Base Anna Maria plan to leave next week to spend the summer at their
...Mr. and Mra. Earl Roggenburk and family of Clevel.nd...Mr. Ala. are visiting Capt. McDonald's parents Mr. and Mrs. George home In South Kent. Conn.
and Mrs Thomas Fabel of Bay Village. Ohio son-in-law McDonald of Holmes Beach for two weeks. MR. AND MRS. CHARPILLOZ Montreal have returned home
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Bob Faragher. MR. AND MRS. C. SHERWOOD REDDISH have returned to their after vacationing on North Shore Drive. Anna Maria for four
EAST O* THE SUN Mr. and Mr. Fred Lambert of Sault Ste. home at Oyster Bay L. I.. N. Y.. after vacationing on Palm Avenue months.
Marie Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dozza of Richmond Ind...Mr. Anna Maria for several month MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SLEE have returned to their home in
and Mra. W. Hooley of Buffalo N.Y...Miss Elizabeth Campbell of MR. AND MRS.JOSEPH A. KELLEY left the Island recently for ColeS water. Mich. after vacationing on the Island since December.
Bradenton. their home In Sou thbu ry.Conn.for the summer.Mr. and Mrs. Kel- Mr. and Mrs. Slee are the parents of Mrs. John Duytschaver of
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL MI. Louise C. Bogga of Berea. Ky... ley have occupied the Ayala Cottage on the north point of the Island 39th Street. Holmes Beach.
Mr. and Mra. Albert T. Zeldenruat of Jackson Mich...Mr. and for four months. DR. AND MRS. .J. D.HASKINS of Athens Ohio are guests of their
Mrs. G. G. Sprlngaton and party of Rlaon. Md...Mr and Mra. MRS. E. MORGAN BARRADALE of 206-72nd Street. Holmes son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Tritt of 59th
L. F. Muscarella and family of Tonawanda. N. Y...Mr. and Mra. Beach has returned to New Providence N. J. for the summer. Street. Holmes Beach.
J. White of St. Thomas, Om...Mr.andMrs.Nlel Jolly of St. Clair MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK R. TIETZE of Durham. Conn. are MISS DIANNE BELL of Miami was a recent weekend guest of her
Beach. Ont...Mr. add Mr.Robert Dodd of Indlanapolla...Mr.and vacationing on the Island for two weeks. grandparents, the Rev and Mrs. H.C.Benjamin of Holmes Beach.



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Thursday April 9.
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Byron Arkebauer HIGH GAMES (MEN) 244 LET'S GO FISHINGBy

Dick Connlck: 204 CERL.ING
1IN Legyes Lloyd Hanson 203 "The time bas came" the Walrus
Bill Gibson 198 said
Frank Davidson 191 "To talk of many things x
Frank Davldaon 183 Of aboea--and ahlpa--and sealing wax
Ernie Schmidt 181 --Of Cab a&e.--and kings. :.
Byron Arkebauer 181
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Bob Guild 110 And. In this instance of cause the
Bayou Marina kept a slim I..dln the Bob Guild ISO ..Unc." referred to are KINGPtSHtn
Island Mixed League) Friday evening capital letteral EVERYONE who baaaunlclent
although It lost three point In its HIGH SERIES(MEN) energy to climb Into a boat
match with Conalck'a TV Service. Byron Arkebauer 397 and get out a few miles off the north
High scares In the match were Dick Dick Connlck: 332 point of the .Island... been catching
Connlck. 2Of->> .for the winner..and Bill Gibson 524 Klnga. And In aplte of the apparent
Pat Gayer. 171. Haverkoa.422.for Bob Guild SOS large numbers of Kings which have
ttaeloeere.Other Bob Relnel 492 been and are atlll being eaugbtthe
scores were i Linen Rental Ernie Schmidt 491 main shod of Dace la aUIl far to
Service 4. Bay Area insurance: O. Lloyd Hanson 489 the south of ua in the Gulf. In the
(Pbyllla Chapman 179-318; Kay Farguaon. Roy Ferguson 483 vicinity of Naples,and reports of some
173 Roy Ferguson 483). Frank Davidson 482 even further south.Boats .
B ft K Hardware 4. Dick Wagner Frank Mac 474 working out of the Bayou Marina M t
Realty 0. (Lloyd Hanaon. 2O3-489; hare been making a real killing 4i r (Y
Peg Hottman. 187. Bud Hottman.464). THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE with Tampa banana tycoon. Capt.Steve
Anna Maria City Pier 3.inland Marine Linen Rental Service Bayou MarinaB Seers aboard his OMEGA one of the
Supply 1. (Betty Carter. 169-423; It K Hardware Scbuchard Plumbing moat successful. On Friday Steve and
Bill Gibson. 198-324)!. laland Marine Supply LayZUvNA. his pretty wife Annette landed 131.
Sand Bar 4. Wand Pharmacy 0. .M.City Pier Dick Wagner which weighed In at 664 pounds.-a lad
(Byron Arkebauer. 244-397 Frank Island Pbarmacy Bay Area Ina. flab I Through Monday a total of
Dertdaon. 191482X.Schucbard SandBar Connlck'a TV Service:
Plumbing 2.Lay-Z-Uv-N TEN GAMES
Motel 2. (Bob Guild. 18O-3O8. Bob ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Lloyd' Huron 345 Fred Small of Oncco. shown here at Unposed shot of Claude Forth now the

...Ine&. 171-492). . third Bayou place Marina In the dropped Wand Bowling from first Lea to An Bob Schuraaker DeVane 223 212 the Rod & Reel Pier Saturday evening owner of the two ADMIRALS the well

LEAGUE STANDINGS fc'r Monday evening aa It dropped all Aaron VanOatenbrldge 2O9 when he apparently had some outsize known party fishing boats based In
Bayou Marina 73.3 points In ita match with Wand Prank Moc 2O9
Linen Rental Service 71.5 Marine Supply. High scores In the Byron Arkebauer 206 marine specimen on his line. The con- Cortez. Forth an Indianapolis manufacturer -
Anna Maria City Pier 68.3 match were Frank Moc. 2O9.and John Leon Stafford 206 test was pretty much of a standoff Is an enthusiastic fishermanand
B ft K Hardware 61.5 Holmes 57.. for the winners and Chick Chapman 2O4
2O2 however for an hour and three quarters booster for this area and spends
61 Hank
Island Pharmacy Nlealobedakl. 179. and Ed Haverkoa. Kayo Ending
Scbucbard Plumbing 60 492. for the loaera. Kayo KedJng. 2O2 when the fish managed to break as much time In Manatee County as his
Dick Wagner Realty 60 Other scores were Bay Area insurance the line and swim away. Later there northern business Interests will allow.
Sand Bar 59.5 4. Anna Maria Electric 0. TOP TEN SERIES
Bay Area Inaurance 57ConnJcIt. (Lloyd Hanaon. 243-637 Roy Ferguson Uoyd Hanson 637 were storicf of a submarine being When Forth Is unable to be here man-
'. TV Service SO 179-474). John Holmes S7g sighted In the' general area althoughit agement of the boats Is ably handled by
Lay-Z-LJv-N Motel SO Tbe ISLANDER 3.Scbuchard Plumbing Kayo Kedlng 374
Island Marine Supply 47.5 1. (Kayo Ending 202-574; Steve Art Schumaker 570 was not confirmed. (Islander Photo) Andy Rasmussen. (Islander Photo)
Alec[. 183. Dick Swauger. 497). Byron Arkebauer 567
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Roeer Men'a Club 3. Graya Econo- Bob Guild 553 2.low-1/2 Kings .bad been brought Into unsay they t>rought IN 2IO Ie...... SU11anoUter New Store OwnerLast
Dot Bower 188 waah 1. (Bob DeVane. 223-3O3;Byron Chick Chapman 554 the Bayou Marina--the half, the pan was a grog wtitcfe Included
of a whole which a shark made a Dr. Earl Hasty at West
Peg Hottman 117 Arkebauer. 2O6-367). Roger Haynes 55OLsfty paaa Branch Mich
Phyllla Chapman 179 VanOatenbrldge Pullacra 3. Pete Miller 531 at. and was only partially eucceeaful. and which was Dilated a'r Cape. Dam week Mrs. Edith
Kay Ferguson 173 Reynarda Restaurant 1. (Aaron Van- George Oykatra 526 Another aucceeaful Klng-flahlngea Tburlow of the Baroit *. Every Schaldcnbrand of Key
Pat Ceyer 171 Oetenbrldge. 209. Chick Chapman pedltloaj out of the: Bayou Marina' ,wee member of the pany war enthusiastic
Phyllla Chapman 170 334; Leon Stafford. 2O6-3O3). TEN LOW GAMES that of Jack Wnlteelde' of Tampa. and Pout the trip and are eager to do It Royale Holmes Beach,
Betty Caner 169 Tropical Vista :2. City Pier Beachcomber Earl Mowry 101 his pany aboard TilE NADK. On Sal- all over aaaln.MvaawhUe purchased the Island
Phyllla Chapman 169 a 2. (Bob Guild 197-333. Art Prank Davidson 105 LEGAL NOTICE --back on the p"n--t.-.. Furniture Center from
Dot Davldaon 163 Scbumaker. 212-37OJ. John VanOatenbrldge 109 Walt o* Anna Maria won the Plate
Dot Bower ISO Earl Mowry 114 NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARINGA d.the M_." trophy at the Rod h Keel Paul Kndrlss.
LEAGUE STANDINGS Wally Gray 120 meeting of tike: Zoning Adjustment Pier for a S....I oe,.>.Inch Pknutder
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) VanOatenbrldge Builder. 76.5 Elmer Twist 121 Board of the City of Anna Maria.Plor- caught at the pier. The flab looked The new owner plans to
Phyllla Chapman 318 Island Marine Supply 75.3 Hank Nlealobedakl 121 Ida will be bald at 1 p.m.. Saturday. about the .... otheaverag' door", ... be active In the business,
Dot Bower 479 Bayou Marina 74.$ Walt Sparks 122 AprU II. at the Anna Mar U Community And out at Lefty MW.?.Anna Maria which will be managed by
Kay Ferguson 446 Roeer Men'a Club 67 George Randall 123 House to consider a request for a CUT Pier a few days ago.A.C.C.mp.heU ,
Dot Davldaon 423 Graya Econowaah 65 Lamolne Baker 123 'variance of two f 2)feet from the setback of Anna Maria and Danlelavllle.Ca Mrs. Mary VcrMett. who
Betty Caner 422 Tropical Vista 61.5 regulation on propoeed additionto .. tied Into a really '........... has been associated with
Peg Hottman 416 City Pier Beachcombers 61 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE the Anna Maria Poet ihTk..to caw- S pahead, which weighed. In at nine
Pat Geyer 410 The ISLANDER 56 Scbuchard Plumbing A. M. Electric' ply with the present Poet Office Plaaa and a quarter pounda. and faeaaured the previous owner. Mra.
Betty Schmidt 399 Bay Area Insurance 33 Prte Reynarda Real. Bay Area..... building and the adjacent) restaurant U Inchea.Our Schaldcnbrand plans to Introduce -
Pete Arkebauer 391 Anna Maria Electric 34Scbuchard C.P.Bcombera Bayou Marina building, both of which are two feet ICll'llJUf......... companion..
Roeelyn Haverkoa 390 Plumbing 52.5 Tropical Vista Econowaah nearer the property line than the Fred Small did a lot of work for'_.. many InnovationsIn
Pete Reynarda Restaurant 43.5 ISLANDER VanOetenbrldge required twenty 2OJ feet.Theodore ly two bare Saturday night, but lost the recently expandedstore.
IslandMariss3upply RoserM.C. L. Trtpp.Chairman the fight and about too yard of heavy
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LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Pop Bottle' Drive Roser Church NewsA

OF INTENTION TO Members of the Island church wide mission

ST. BERNARD MISSION REGISTER FICTITIOUS do hereby NAME certify Teen Club will conduct a study will be launched at
Tb UMtenlcned
Catholic
Roman
( ) that tttoy a r e conducting a recall bu.lM pop bottle drive Saturday Roser Memorial Church
R... Francis F. W.1..111.rMASS
nee. 929-8th Awnw Palmeno.
of Apr. 11.Householders are Sunday Apr. 12, when the
: Florida under the nctltloue name
PALMETTO SWAP SHOP and that urged to put empty pop Rev. Richard K. Wiggins
SUNDAYS 8. 9:15 & 10:30
: aid firm ie compoead of the following
bottles out where they can will use as his sermon
WEEKDAYS: 8 am person, wfioee namce and places of
reeldenco are..foUowei J. W. Putts be picked up easily. topic "Our World Mission -
HOLY DAYS: 8 am and Jeanette Pults. 3O1-22nd Street /' A film "Bright
6 pm Eta:. Oradenc.... Florida. New Real Estate "
OwneralUp of PALMETTO SWAP Flame, will be shown at
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: SHOP la a* 'follow! J. W. Pultz and.. 6:15 p.m., Sunday the
Jeanetta Pultz. Office OpensA
WEDNESDAYS 7:30
: pm
of the Christian
.. story
It our Intention to apply to the
Harvy Memorial Ch..chNon.DeftOIIIlnatlonol Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for new real estate bro- Church in India. The pro

( I) Manatee said name Comity of Florida PALMETTO, to reflaterthe SWAP kerage office has been gram will be be precededby

Bradcntan B..ehFl SHOP under the provtatona of Chapter opened on the Island by a carry-in fellowship
... A. W. Si... $63.09. Law of PIo..Acc.oIl96.. John H. Beckett Jr. of dinner at 5:30. CANALFRONT HOME at 608 Ambassador Lane Key
J. W. Fult Aoyale purchased this week by Mr. and Mrs.JamesH.
SUNDAY: Jeanene Plllea30122nd 522 -77th Street Holmes
Street Eaat Walters of Terre Haute Ind., from Mr. and Mrs.
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. Beach. THE ROSER GUILD will
Bradenton. Florida Charles A. Malizia. Inc. the
Key Royale Homes was
Church Service. The office is located at sandwich luncheonat
10:30 a. m. 33642. 9 > 16. 64_ serve a
real estate broker handling the transaction.
Christian Sclowca Sarvlca UNOASStfKDadvance 5500 Marina Drive in the its meeting at 1 p.m.,

A. M. Community Haws recently completed office Tuesday Apr. 14. A film Easter CantataThe LUTHERAN CHURCH
payment required building owned by Beckett "New Day In Nepal" will WOMEN will meet Apr.9:.
SUNDAY: I I.......11.................. directly opposite the yacht be shown and new guild cantata "The First Ruth Cir. (10 a.m.), Mrs.

9:00 a.CHRISTIAN FOR KENTi Two-Bedroom Cotiage basin. officers will be installedby Easter," which was post- Wm. B. Lee; Esther Cir.

SCIENCE SERVICE. .In bop Holmee; telephone Beach.radiant Full heat garage and with air Beckett has lived on the the Rev. Richard Wig- poned on Easter Sunday (1 p.m.) Mrs. Fern West

Gloria Del Evangelical conditioning. Close to private beach. Island for three and a half gins. will be presented by the Brad.; Even. Cir. (8p.m.)

Luthoran Church jMne' to Haw, phone 77fJ-M2 dCloth. years. He served one termas choir of Gloria Dei Luth- Mrs. N. Bergstresser.

n...LBtr, M. Ul.. Pact* ALTERATIInc.. Alao Dreaamaklnf on > Dr. ..."'u.14 a Holmes Beach alderman High Twelve Club eran Church at 4 p.m., . a

THURSDAY: Prink Remrd. Phono 77>- 1. and owned ler Mrs. J. E. HolmesSr.
FOR SALE* New Home on 2O2: Ft. formerly Walter Fullerton of St. Sunday Apr. 12. Text of ,
10 am Ruth Circle. Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large the Harbor Lights Motelin Petersburg will speak at the cantata is by Edith S. ., Mrs. Max Kunkel

Mrs. Wm. B. Lee. Room Bedrooma and 2-Car 2 Bathe Garage.Large TU.Florida Roof Bradenton Beach. the meeting of the Island Tillotson and the music Miss Louise Kunkel Miss

1 pm Esther Circle. Inaulatod; Intercom .,.cem It central Before moving to the High Twelve Club to be by Ira Bishop Wilson. Jean Frazee Harry Fra-

Mrs. Fern West 1701 18th heat airy.ft air conditioning. Call 77$- Island Beckett was an held at the Holmes Beach Mrs. Harry Frazee will zee and James Frazee.A .

Av. W, Bra den ton. BOAT I"UIiALH--CIIIiAPI_J4-FU active real estate brokerin Yacht Club Thursday direct the presentation special service of

8:00 pm Evening Circle. PLYWOOD Flberglaae Bottom. Fort Lauderdale and Apr. 9. with Miss Lorraine Lee at dedication of all gifts and
ONLY $23. Frank Doyle. 2O NorthTPrlT
Mrs. N. Bergstresscr. Ba .V-Pr5e"ton P*K"- has kept his registeredreal At the club meeting the the organ.Choir membersare memorials of the church

SUNDAY: furnished FOR SALE home New* Urge three-room estate broker's license following week 50 mem- : Dr. and Mrs. Edgar will be performed by the
on protected bay.
9:15 am Church School. lleated. alr-condltloned.Utility room. active.Associated. bers of the St. Petersburg Huth Mr. and Mrs. Aaron pastor the Rev. LesterM.

10:30 am Worship Service. S Two Me.... 19 Seaalde 7787493.F1HB Garden.. 63rd with Beckettas Downtown High Twelve VanOstenbridge William Utz. The public is

,11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. tt.2Je1eohQn ingu r Salee Service. a real estate salesmanis Club and their wives will B. Lee. Mrs. Wanda Mll- Invited to_attend.

4:00 Easter Cantata. Frank Heard ".IOft Beach. 771-1 431, former Bradenton come to the Island on a o
pm L(. 'H :5AU2 V5: ft. Canal.72nd .
Bray Beach Mayor Victor C. chartered boat arrivingat
TUESDAY: St.- $4.OOOt Blmlnt Lota NICE DUPLEXNear
priced for quick aale ooo'r Reinel. Reinel moved to the Anna Maria City
7:30 pm Music & Worship flO.OOO; 77th St. Canal. $ : 73th I
about five
the Island
Committee. Su Canal. $3,3OO 73rd St.. S3.OOO. years Pier where members of Church and Pier--Zoned Business. .
JN. B. PROTHERQ.. Reg.. Real Eatat.11rttr.11h ago when he purchased the the local club will meet
THURSDAY: 7 Block & Stone Construction. . Size of Lot
Pines Trailer Park. them and drive them to
7:30 pm Church Council. by'.Studio, 51 x 100. . Each Apartment: Living room; '
men* -NO WAITING. Plrr He now lives in Bradenton the Yacht Club for lun
4SOO Gulf Drlv l olm.. B ach. ForAppolmnient. where he has worked Kitchen; Dinette; Bedroom; Bath wShower;
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Call'77204l.. cheon. A special musical Florida Room Separate Laundry Room. Fully
ft.". I... R.t111f.. P..I.r FORSALK OYOWNERi THE MODEL. for a real estate firm for program has been arran- ;
HOME OF SUNRISE PAKK.Cocnplftmly about a Furnished. Cash $750--Balance Easy Terms.
year. ged.
THURSDAY: P"rnlebecl. T..r.smo Floors] LIVE RENT FREE!
.
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONBOi
7:30 Sarah Parker Cir.
pm Ontral llvAUng} SpMldkM Living
Lamplighter Class Meeting. Room. w/ FIREPLACE 2 Bedroom.iTU MASONITE'S"KEY Gene Cox Realtor
.d Batht Light ft Bright Kltcb.nj
FRIDAY: Airy Scrsened Porch. ALSO. Ooubl
7:30 pm Men's Class Mt. Car.gi O*.on1';. ft Pvmp. LargeCorn.r .408 PINE AVE. Tel. 7781500ANNA
Lot ( a block 10 the Gulf) TO BETTER LIVING"HOME
SUNDAY: bas fenced rear yard. Good Financing MARIA

8:45 am Sunday School. i t b I Jn WL1

10:00 am Lord's Supper & TENANCBi M 0 WIN O. TRIMMING.

Worship Service. ISHED.EDGING.WINDOWS FLOORS WASHED CLEANED ft OILED.POL Open for Inspection starting
bt3Q pm Concord CUolr. PROMPT nrrtClKNT SKK.VICB.pluaKHAJMJMAtki We're CelebratingOur
___
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M>* ST a *
630 pm Woiihlp'Setvlcc". KEN FBLLOWS. PItONS 77$-3t94 APRIL 10 at

TUESDAY: .'Plfa &: l'UJfa- J1- *
FRONT 3 Loca
7:00 pm Church Choir. for ONLY SIO.OOO. Write P.O.00.7. #26 Seaside Court
WEDNESDAY: '
nff1r1 d'f.
it A T STOMACH ...U. AnniversaryTHURSDAY
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. able at ONLY S7.3O per month at the
7:00 pm RA.G A,Sunbeams. BAYOU MARINA.:INC..Bay Blvd.So.. .
..
AQBP-M*'!*! W 771-1433.:
Ae.... ......1.1 Church FOR SALfi 1 lot* un Palmetto v....
Anna Maria.Good location.Write
( .... ...... via 1 1 ana I) Joseph YurnUI. Rl. I. Bllaafteld.owner FRIDAY SATURDAY
"... "I..d Ie. WI..&.. ye Plajatnaame. R Uor,
FOR SALEi IvoO txidiie Poiara 9- JACK HOLMES, Realtor
PastsTHURSDAY
P......er Wagon. Good Condition.
: alte. a p\7751714C6RATt3. Harry in and Save Now!

10:00 am Guild Ex. Bd. at THRBB-ROOM. FURNtSHBO' ; APART-. Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr.

home of Mrs. Gene Cox. WENT PHONE 77J.M11_
6:30 pm Junior Choir. Bargains throvghovt our Store

7:30 Senior Choir.
SUNDAY pm: SAVE UP TO 40%

9:00 am Worship Service. READ -

10:00 am Sunday School. THE ISLANDER for
Register prizes
.1:15 am Worship Service.

5:30 pm Fellowship Dinner. DRAWING SAT.APRIL 11th at 4 P.M.

6:16 pm Evening Program. ELECT--

Film "Bright Flame." GEORGE; H. GILL 1st Prize CARD TABLE & CHAIRS2nd

7:30 pm Sr. & Int. Youth Manatee County Sheriff
Prize ITALIAN LAMP
Fellowships.

MONDAY: Your support in the a 3rd Prize ALUMINUM ROCKING CHAIR

7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. May Primary Will Be - -

AppreciatedII
TUESDAYS
1:00 pm Women's Guild LAMP SHADES ALL SIZES $1 & $2

Sandwich Luncheon. 25% OFF ON LAMPS

7:30 pm Ode of R. E.Chursh FOLDING ALUMINUM CHAIRS $4.95

.. TIM Aawuw.laei.wEpl..i Dine with us Tonight - -


R... a..<(<.M. K. .......). ....... . and bring the entire familyfor COMPLETE Closeout I HOUSEWARES '
'10'; & HARDWARE {
THURSDAY a treat they'll appreciate.WE .

9:00 am Holy Euchaitst. OFFER A COMPLETE MENU EVERYTHING MUST GOIII!!!
SECOND SUNDAY AFTER

EASTER ASSORTED GLASSES ASSORTED PRICES M
"
ffcOO am Holy Eucharist. CUt HTMCV AT TIN OMAN LARGE DINNER PLATES 5< ca
GaOitGa
10:30 am Family Eucharist AS H. GILL aoy.t'as .. .Isar .Astw.bo .......l atr.aa.rIYAT
.rill.. .......... y.- ASSORTED HARDWARE .
tmon. Church School. ........I.... IIIIey .t.-y.. .. OINIs00M

1 eats 0........ ...... AVA'IASLI '. voW
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L. II . a..a .... br 6..111..1 Authorized
(M.kIl 11 r I) MM'JIR.... SM.e41L IIo4th

FWDAY: ......... C.rwsy. .. ...... twcht.Ab FRIGIDAIRE Sales i Service Dealer
tnj.lyon
.I1. ....... ...r.IJ.. ..
10:00 am
payer Group. ..... lull ..u.. .......... ter tniatw Maw.id .mstwz2 6
SATURDAY: w............1.'..... I ..111K .. .,.e FURNITURE APPLIANCES
1:00 pm Choir Rcbearsal. t AB J NV my V.pWTv.. ..
SUNDAY p.1I.. araJ.4 M act>.ala .urn ? RtJfWR -HONe 77 a-2 67
Church School. .'-7....... ef e.eeont surd (* :'
9:IS *m ................. .. ELECT 9BO& aU\.F DRIVE ANNA MARIA FLCA'DA ,
11100 am Worship Service ........ ..n.... I ..... '--
VScimoa. had .... ... 20 y..r..4 .\'\ it: "-r. .....i'" .
'h
\
...... oap.rl..c.. and SELF SERVICE ,
ATTEND THE OfURCHOfYOUItOiOICE ...... than .eo ...... .. WET MOPJjr t t
_,.. ..........." -.f a. I NO EXCHANGES

.. ... .. : 19C with coupon
hid .u. A/ +u-
HOCT TO N0CM0 MAC $N6pr1 en..NOCM0MACM j NO REFUNDS ,1 '
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April 9. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7



I ISLAND REAL ESTATE I




LOTS LOTS LOTS c- ANNOUNCEMENTJOHN CANAL FRONT BARGAIN

MAKE US AN OFFER ON THESE BECKETT Small Down PaymentAssume

2 BEAUTIFUL BAYFRONT LOTS Registered Real Estate Broker, Building Loan Mortgage--$110 Mo.'
'. SEA WALLED TERMS Announces The Opening Of His Office Two Bedrooms; Two Oaths; Florida Room;
- Screened Porch; Garage & Utility Room.
* 5500 MARINA DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH An All-Electric Medallion' Home on 9Ox 112
2 LOTS Between Highway & Gulf PHONE 778-3333 Soawalled Lot. Paved Street & Driveway.
Deep Well. Located in the Bay Palms Additionin
in Desirable Area
SALES RENTALS MANAGEMENTVictor
Holmes Beach.
OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE
Salesman JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
* Reinel) Registered

.1.- NICE HIGH LOT $1,850 TERMS Associate REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES RENTALS

\ * 116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachJACK'S
f,, 2 LOTS 50x100 each BIMINI BAY ESTATES

:j;;;:. $3,300 FOR BOTH TERMS Choice Canal Front HomesitesIN
BARGAIN BOARD
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR CITY OF ANNA MARIAWe

COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 Key Royale Canal HomeA
think that these high dry waterfront
SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brok.r.SaUmon--778-21S6 block from the beautiful
homcsites, just a BRAND NEW NeverLlved..ln.3BedroomHome.
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Gulf of Mexico beaches, are the best buy for .Two largocharmlngbaths;living room
Real Living anywhere on Florida's Sun Coast. dining room; kitchen; breakfast bar; utility
For full information, call your favorite room with den space; air conditioned and
Island Realtor, or write us: c/o Post Office centrally heated; garage and an over-sized
DICKWAGNER Box 1610 Dradcnton. Florida porch with exceptional water view. Owner
called North, Is sacrificing this excellent
property for Just $21,5001ANNA

LOTS FOR SALE MARIAA

crackerjack modern 2-Bcdroom Cottage,
Bay Front & 75th Seawalled $8,000 with glassed Florida Room. Lovely large lot
with plenty of nice shrubbery and a variety of
REAL TOil Palm Drive & 76th St. fruit. Cut to ONLY $13,5001

Beach & Docking Privileges $3,300 BRADENTON BEACH

NORTH of Cortez Bridges Nicely Furnished
18 CANAL FRONT LOTS Oak Ave. 'South Sideon 2-HR Home Just Completely UNFINISHED.
Looks like NEW--Juat Across the Road from
Canal 75 x 125 no seawall $3,000 Gulf. Cut
Price to IO.350--On Easy Terms!
75 x 145 each

SEE OUR SIGNON THESE PROPERTIES NORTH of Cortez Bridges A good 2-Bedroom
* * * * refurnished concrete block home In generally
$3,000 each TERMS .....-. good condition. The best buy you ever saw for
, MAHAR Real Estate ONLY $7,650--Term Can Be Arranged .

) Four Years To Pay RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER JACK MARSHALL Rth.r

, .. ,.. See . 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
,1t CLOSED WEDNESDAY

+1 :. : 'tI.. A.Ef.t REALTOR_ _
BUILDER OF HOMES
217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach Hou*.. suitable for l 1.1.,4 l
151 ell mat. ond eo%4lti_..

", 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464 R..n.d.ltnq.Repal,.. T.usw..l.r Addllt.ns a. L LBRCHdlOnT DEVELOPmEnT[ CORPOflflTIOIl
..tlw ot.. glwwn.
NORMAN ROSEDALC
Anne Mori' 7781410
. 1 Select 714 74.I.d 1.
. I your homesite
i JA ",
Presents
- -
BEST BUY
:
at KEY ROYALEand

+ ON THE ISLAND ., ,..
BAY PALMS -;------ --- -
: ,'
ONLY a yearold:2 HR; .if- .
2 TILED BATAS FlorIda ,,
TAMPA ; -...-.
Room;Closed Gar-
(HF OY&MEXICO, Loc. CENTRAL HEAT
& AIR CONDITIONING.
v
W 6 Fine Residential Area.
Price Is $$$ IIELOWREPLACEMENT

KEY . ,. GULF DRIVEco
ROYALEiWX1 PRICED FOR QUICK CMArivc
SALE BELOW$1 SOOO. A r A M r M r rCA4M 1
.M>4Mt wiv 0e --.J%I,>
PALMETTO Call Ralph Parrishor ........I.. -'...:
Peggy Moor. HOr-MES-SEA-CH

ANNA MAIIA ISLAND,
------------ --
'. b.iHlty

UADENTOH P.O.PI...,A--.......

41To 778.1902 77S.2I21 MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

SDI

SARASOTA Iusi..ss.p.rtitiul 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

4* SEAWALLEO WATERFRONTLOTS .

-- $4,000 to $12,500
WE HAVE TWOEXCEPTIONALLY FEATURING -

17 NON.WATERfRONT
LOTS GOOD BUYS rM...........GJA..A Y.._ ........Q.M.W. S...... c-... ._A., c....... ......
$2yQO to $4,500 Don't Wait Or.. 7..It.Ir.r 14.t.. ....c.........I....Ofl_.......... C..rr./..fT I.. .W o,.. a
M r4 r..t... .. 6 h. .w = u.w. .rw. ---. Alr.l.r/1.-....a-........
See Us ...... c--... r..r A.ws...f...T1...O..r.. T-._rl.w.Tb.uMa..t
HOMES ALSO READY FOR a.-.. r.... .....s..w. 1-: A1ic. ............TV.......
Gteff WflfMTREALTY ..... 0.. ............ 1 --./ TV..r T.a.__Ow41.sm
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY A.w..A P..t ...-S......... .
oP..w.... .. ._ .... C -J 'M "..-.l...Mr.i..1..a r.4 1.sw.w
1P.dl :- M. ..!_ h10..- -........a&..0....
F"J" -....-u.-."'--.... .....
Is/.... Sisp,1.iu' C.....
PHONE 77S-2444 BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED
Or waITE BOX 1012
AMMAMAXIA For Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable,

c...c..................... Solas ; Phone 779-1611
MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY A 44.-...... -T....... Representative



8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday April 9. 1964
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ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I I1k

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Call 778-2012 WE HAVE BEEN INVITED TO fleev.et 7isced $

;If; R. C. SCHUCHARD THE WORLD'S FAIRAS 4Qfof 1. el94

PLUMBING CONTRACTOR GUESTS OF

5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH PH I LCOHELP Teyaa. ,lam,

PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES PUMPS REPAIRS M Gt( C0u4 a w. I
..
US GO IN STYLE BY PURCHASINGOUR
* * *
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEA PH I LCe PRODUCTSTO -Aood Selection of Take-Home Gifts I

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE SWELL OUR QUOTA : Free Gift & Mail Wrap '
a
..
CALL 778.1771 - a-d'aw Lending
.
.. NIGHT 778-1440 1964 AIR CONDITIONERS \( . $Ailtr7 .n' l.AA Libraryj
_ Anna Maria Island's Only SPECIAL PRE-SEASON PRICES ,,,711 4

LICENSED CAR DEALER ISLAND TV 778-1703 -::.
Ruick I .Ramble..DodgDodg th Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. -

Come In And Get Acquainted O -
dry cleaning
Everyone Is Welcome 0"", a tUtle boa#H

professional or coin operatedAT &dtd Sdat ekezed ISLAND PRINTS

Sunbacks Sarongs
THE SAME TIME DO YOUR & Wary f/enotett
Shifts Suzy Wongs
Same Location
Laundry Shoe Repair
Amah Sets
finishedor & IslandFurniture Center
- Pick-Up Station by I
coin operated CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE /ltpud Saeca

atHOLMES ce4es1
=
BEACH 9

OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
coin laundrySpring EVERY DAY 1
ISLAND i y ..
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
L.r.w.y .....
2edtt & S t7Udt p1.n iLCa= A.. "nn'- WortM1 778-1161

Time New Paint-by-Numbers IdeaHOBBV
Paint-Up TERRY ROBES - -
1 '
s BRUSHES Wos-12styk: -sm-med-Igc-Priced At $2.98 to$3.98
778-1020 Childvhoys girl>-( to 16-Pricxxl At $1.99 to$2.99
ROLLERS
;: c McnvMcd-Lgc-XIgc-Priccd At $3.98
M OOP tiSr
: PAINT BUCKETS ( M c AIM Cabana Sets For
? :. 1if. Childrcn-$2.98-S3.98:

'. m ., ALLYO.UR ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021
We invite you to
PAINT NEEDS
join us for the [S*IAIT CtllS
WE RENT:;UY'INS
OIAMKSSUNSATHINC
dramatic climax of
INCLUDING PAINTHolmes HICH CMAIKS LINENS COTS
57 toil I*i $L>NKrrS
Beach Supplies Inc. THE MASTERSGOLF Linen 214-54th Rental St.Service Holmes Beach 771-1472

778-1131
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach TOURNAMENT
It's BAR-B-QUE Time
televised live from
The Augusta National
Golf Course GRILLS

APRIL 11, Saturday CHARCOAL
s to (5:00.6:00: P.M...E.S.T.) STARTERS
and
8 4 TOOLS
-
r Pick up youTj APRIL 12, Sunday GLOVES
.c FREE / (4:00-5:30 P.M., E.S.T.)
.; TV GUIDE TO over theCaSTV TIMERS
THE MASTS S
NETWORK
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
Co-sponsored by
BUT THE STEAK
The Travelers
Insurance Companiesand

Pick Yours Out Now Your Travelers Agent 1NE DELIVER 77S-2S11

ALL IN WORKING CONDITION OPEN ilL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
frOM $10.00 9f (:Bay? JC reagnsurance

ISLAND TV 77S-1703 778-1697 778-1548

off' Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
Corner AUTNOBfZCD COAST CffOOCTlC O A.T,ACCMCTPage



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