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 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Volume ID: VID00220
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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Julian C. Cinosvi11o
University: of Florida



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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good



No. 649 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 1964 TEN CENTS

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I BBGroup Seeks CommissionCooperation I IOutlined





/ iT Bradenton Beach Residents To Attend County i iA

Commission Meeting To Seek Erosion Action

large group of Dradcnton problem is the "most Important -
Beach residents plans to attenden matter in the county at
masse in the near future a this time."
meeting of the Manatee County Rose himself an owner of a
r Commission. home and rental units in the
.
Purpose of their attendanceat south end of the city made the
the meeting will be to call observation at Thursday even-
attention to their need of pro- ing's meeting of the Dradenton ,
( tection from wind-driven high Beach City Council.
ti. + water during Gulf storms. The More than 000 residents have

: ,, rM group will have as its spokesman. signed a petition asking the
Walter R. Talley. city county to expedite procure- I
attorney for Dradcnton Ucach. ment of the necessary rightof t
Members of the group most way. so that installation of the
of whom live between Bridge seawall can proceed.It .
Street and 13th Street South is understood however,
feel that the county is holdingup that acquisition by the countyof
the building of a Gulfsidc the right of way for the
seawall in that area by the seawall was started several
State Road Department.A months ago, and that some
seawall to protect that of the Gulf front property
section of State Road 789 has between 4ih and 13th Streets
been planned by the SRD for South has been purchased.At .
nearly three years. the time the right of way
The group feels that the seawall acquisition was started Ken
scheduled to cost about neth W. Cleary attorney for
$3S.OOO. also will serve to the county commission, said
./: protect property in the south it could take a "long time"to
end of the city.According purchase all the necessary
in white In above picture is 25-acre golf course. An informal meeting of Interestedsite James Lindsay property.
on Key Royale for proposed nine-hole local residents was held Saturday morning. a member of the Uradenton Mayor Henry Mounter at the
each City Council the SRO January council meeting said
Anton M. ChristensenOf Island Golf Course ProposedA asked county officials for rightof some plans for protecting the
way deeds property along area south Bridge Street had
Holmes Beach, Dies meeting of a number of mediate decision had to bo
.. the Cult anise back as September been made by an agency other
Anton M. 'Christensen, 77. interested local residents was made because land development well before the wind- than the city. Ho added that ho .
of 233 85th Street. Holmes held Saturday morning to dis- In that area will not be driven high water on Sept. 29. was not free at that time to
Beach died at his home Thursday cuss the possibility of building started for some time. which washed out sections of tell anything about I.. but said
Apr. 9.ANTON a 9-hole golf course on Key Howard Adams told the gath- 789 south of Bridge Street. ho would disclose the Infor-
Royale. ering that he had consulted a Richard Rose a spokesmanfor mation the following week. For
Peder Mickelsen and Dill golf course architect who had the group of residents several days thereafter the
Lee. president and vice presi- recommended an "executive said last week that the erosion (Continued on Page 3)
dent respectively of Key Roy- length" course. Ho explainedthat
ale. Inc., outlined the area on such a course has seven Home Mail Delivery To Start May 6t.1
the key which is available for par three holes averaging 14O
ZF'k such a course. to 150 yards each and twopar Home delivery of mall in attention to the mail to bo
"x r Lee said if enough peoplewere four holes averaging about 35O Holmes Beach and Oradcnton picked up by the use of the
-IL7 interested in forming a yards each. Beach definitely will start on customary rod flag attached
VP corporation to build and run a Based on the information Wednesday. May 6. The date to the box. The Dradonton
golf club. Key Royale Inc. supplied by the architect and first set as tentative was confirmed each carrier however will
would accept stock in the corporation Mickelscn'a estimate of the last week by Dradenton check for outgoing mall only
I In exchange for the cost of filling the 25 acres each Postmaster Mrs. Irma when ho makes a delivery.
land for the course. He said the total Initial coat of preparing Cox. Thus If he had no delivery to
1 proposed site is the last tracton the site and building the course Mr*. Cox said that in Dra make to a homo ho would not
Key Royale or Anna Marla would be approximately $70- denton Beach, where homes check for outgoing mail.
Island large enough for a golf OOO. plus the coat of a small are close together, deliverywill The present tentative schedule -
course. Lee added that noim- (Continued on PaRe 3)) be made by a carrier who calla for both carriers to

Cigarette Tax Returns C Of C MeetingThe will walk or uae a bicycle. leave the Dradonton Beach
M. CHRISTEMSCN'
householders In that city may Post Office by 9 a.m.* with
Dorn in Aarhus. Denmark Cigarette tax returns to the April meeting of the install letter slots In front ono delivery to be made dally
he moved to Manatee County Island cities for taxes col- Island Division of the Manatee doors or a small mall box except Sundays. There will
from Llgonlcr. Pa. 11 years lected during February were County Chamber of Commercewill attached to the house or porch. continue to bo two outgoing
ago. and had lived in Holmes as follows: City of Anna Maria. be held at the Inland Because the homes are fur- mails each day from each post
Deach since August 1957. $633.12; City of n r a den ton School cafeteria at 8 p.m.. ther apart in Holmes' Beach office.A' .
Educated in Europe and at Beach $1.469.75; City of Thursday Apr. 16. The meet- the mall will be delivered on a separate doll very of parcel
Duquesnc University in Plus- Holmes Beach $1.363; Townof ing was postponed from Its "mounted route" with the post will be made in both cities
burgh Mr. Christensen wasa Longboat Key. $1,272.28. regular date on Apr. 9. carrier to use a station wagonor by tho mounted carrier aftor

practicing Swedish masseur. '''.' "\. ----,.".- .. .... car In making deliveries. his regular dally delivery In
Before moving to Florida he ...':pw : ,' .;;;::;;; Curbside mailboxes will have Holmes Dcach.Mr .
was a practicing chiropractorand ..- -- to be Installed by householders .. Cox pointed out that the
naturopath In Pittsburgh. .,;- ... ; ,- ... who wish their mall delivered new homo delivery will not be
-
He was the author of the ...,. to their homca. "forced upon anyone." Persona -
recently published book "The ---: . Carrier on both route will having post office boxes
United States In Bible Proph- '-/ _.. + t1.1' pick up outgoing mall. On the may continuo to pick up their
ecy." Holmes Deach route It will boncccsmary mail at the pose offices If they
Survivors arc his wife. Mra. i tocall the carrier's Continued on Page 3)
Gloria F. Christensen; three
sons. Harry Christensen and
Niels Christensen of Pitta, \.'r'' -.;.,' ANNA MARIA' ISLAND WATNERT.M..a.
burgh, and Viktor Christensen t
of California: three' daughtcra.Mra. .... w_ ti.1./.11.
Frank (Vivian) Ingraaata ram Naua .pm ta.,.
and Mra. Robert Marjoric) ) A P._ "I -4 1M 1n fitS 71 elons
Schneider. both of Connecticut A p. "" -7$ nb 77 N7", 64 ,I....
and Cr.. Raymond (Shirley) A pi. 7 'M "I' 1"1 M i1I.Ap Nuns
Waplea of Pittsburgh and 20 I.. ,1S 1fS 19 Va 18 Nuns.
grandchildren. Ap. 11..70 so T.J let 10 Hunc
Griffith-Clinc Island Chapel A IN- lZ-.10" t,J 77 Zt 71 Nun
was in charge of local arrangement anti-cero t Ar- 13.'H 'II ?S nl 71 N4.ac
*. Funeral' services New on pier ac Manatee County leach showing Masse ...nS-'....... talsf. at U ..In. dally. 41
cloae-up detail (upper), and (lower) the shoreward end of the
and burial be in
were to. .be Maatss Cuane7 "...ch.Yongo .
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Thursday April 16, 1964 I
2 THE ISLANDER



-. Islander Editorials g?ense Qn? . Y

i
by THE EDITORSince

we carried a firsthand
Tolling The End
report of the severe Good
in Anchorage -
According to the best and latest information available the Friday earthquake
received two
days of the"tolls on the Island bridges are numbered--and few we have
written from
Islanders will miss that stop at each return trip with its more reports
brief ceremony of handing over thirty cents. And while the the Anchorage area by resi-
witnessed the quake
toll for each separate trip would solve very few financial dents who
problems on today's market--the annual total for an Island themselves, plus another bya .
resident who worked in Bradenton amounted to $75 to $80, resident of the city until a ,j
and who has
_, without counting trips for reasons other than going to work. few months ago
touch with friends and
But even for those daily commuters the money was not the been in I
Following is
only consideration. There was some Indignity Involved--In relatives there.
written by a
letter I
being a resident of the only section of Manatee County wherea part of a
resident Mrs.
fee was required before one could return to his home. Some former Island
rugged individuals who have moved from the Island to the Nat Tidmore:
mainland give as their principal reason for so doing Those We all came out of it with-
blasted tollsl" And a second fairly large group claims not to out getting hurt. Had lots of
have moved to the Island for the same reason. broken dishes,glasses, etc.
So, with the end of the tolls, what can the resident of the Nat was home(thank good-
Island look forward to besides a few dollars more spending ness), and I was making "
money each month or each year? The only predictions heardso salad for dinner, and Nat
far depend largely upon the temperament of the predictor was going out the door,
and the point of view. One says the Island will be too crowded when all at once everythinggot
with additional new residents for reasonable comfort, and deathly still--the huge
viewing the same possibility another stands rubbing his trees across the road start-
hands and looks forward to the inevitable and deserved new ed doing the twist--there .M,"
development--It is finally coming into "Its own." was a great rumbling soundin .-:.
But whatever problems may arise from removal of the the distance. Then it '?, *,,', AT
tolls, they will be no greater nor more difficult of solution looked and felt as if the :-T
than some of the problems residents of the Island have facedin whole world was going to : _
the past--and whipped into submission sooner or laterl' pieces. Nat' had run back in -
And in the fact of the end of the tolls there is a lesson for to get me out when he first
everyone--only two years ago we were told by many of our heard the rumble--and we
local county and even state officials that doing away with the were out on the porch hold- ISLAND SCENE (Camera Study by Miss Carla Romeike)
tolls before the bridges were paid for was unthinkable--and ing on for dear life when the
altogether impossible. quake was at its worst. We found their bodies. You believe--they forgot to allow
couldn't stand up, so we know when you see the pic- for leap year, and this year
Costly FacilitiesPictured were holding onto a post of tures (we're getting the they arrived at the mission a
the porch (Makes me ner- Anchorage papers) you day early'
at the right is the first of the actual buildings to vous just trying to write wonder how so few were ft # #
be erected at the county-owned south end beach on the Island. about it). killed. This really has upsetme Teen agers who are visitingor
Although at first glance it appears to be a bit out of the The big lake across the when I think of all our vacationing on the Island
ordinary, and seems to be an architectural monstrosity-- road burst open--and the good friends and their love- are invited to enjoy the facUlties -
further study of the structure water went about 50 feet in ly homes. of the Island Youth Center.
confirms one's first Impres- the air. It looked as if the Lee has written twice. She The center is open Monday
sions. One does not have togo entire lake went up (wishwe was home alone with the through Friday, from 3 to 6
far on the Island or in Manatee had movies of that), but kids. They had glass dam- p.m., and there is a dance
County, to hear uncomplimentary at that time all we could do age, but their house is ok. each Friday evening. Later in
remarks about it, and its was to keep holding onto the They have three families the summer the center will be
cost, which many quote as post. Anchorage was badly living with them and for open more hours each day.
being $"1,000. That figure Is damaged, and some of the days had no water no lights, 0 /N ft
somewhat exaggerated, how- villages were ruined. Glad no phone, no heat no sew- While there are many loversof
ever, inasmuch as it Included we were living out in the er. One of the families hada raccoons on the Island opin-
other work at the beach. The country.Several of our cus- new born baby and they ions on that subject as on
p contract price for' the pavilion itself ran to about $23,000.e1 tomers were drowned or had to boll bottles in the many others, are divVded.
which figure did not include cost of a well and pump, or a few still are on the missing list. fireplace. They used snow Parts of a letter from Mrs.
other extras. The roads and bridges Into for water. Some utilities Arnold Schaffer of Holmes
As a basis for comparison, the City of Anna Maria, In its Anchorage arc gone so the are being restored by now. Beach follow: "I'm a lover of
Bay Front Park, has a building similar in almost every way only way to get out is to fly. Last night they had another animals, but not from 3 to Sin
except for Its cost. In fact, the Anna Marla building has almost All supplies reach Homerby bad one that sent everyone the morning. What can be done
exactly the same "facilities" but lacks the small storeroomthe air, and a little later by scurrying, but no damage, about the raccoons? I under-
south end building has. boat. I guess. stand they make nice pets but
Obviously the difference is in the design--the little Anna I believe I would prefer a Seven bridges on the Kenai when they become pests, it's a
Maria building is unobtrusive--one would hardly give it a hurricane to an earthquake Peninsula went out. The different story. They scratch
second glance. Which many designers of such buildings feel anytime. Presbyterian Hospital was and gnaw on the roof in the
Is a highly desirable feature. And, as pointed out above, the Another account, written by evacuated because the middle of the night; have their
difference in cost of the two is considerable--the Bay Front Mrs. Bruce Robinson, tells a chimney fell on some oxy- young in boats; track mud all
Park facility cost less than $3,000 (although some of the work few of the results of the quakein gen tanks, and they were over cars porches and newly
was provided by local contractors at cost, or nearly cost), and Anchorage. Mrs. Robinson, afraid of explosions but painted houses.
It is carried on the city's books at $2,200. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. it's in good condition. "If any of my neighbors
Perhaps the county would have done much better to listento Jones of Anna Maria, now livesin Several of the largest should be up at 3 to S a.m.,
and heed the recommendations of Its Park, Beach and Arizona. She lived in Anchorageforseveralyearsand- buildings in the city have and see my lights on, or hear
Recreation Commission members. been condemned and haveto me pounding on the walls and
with her family moved away in come down. There are no ceilings, I'm not a member of
Let The Voter l ware! December. Her account was schools open. Thank God the cast of 'Mad, Mad World/
written after she had receiveda the kids were out of school! but merely trying to frighten
With the primary elections leas than three weeks away, letter from a cousin in the If If (if possible) these little dar-
the political mail gets heavier each day, and the present stricken city, and had read the Those famous swallows that lings away.
campaign undoubtedly will set a new record for sheer tonnage Anchorage papers' account of return to the mission at San "This is not a complaint, just
of the public relations and press releases mailed out by the the disaster. Parts of Mrs. .Juan Capistrano on Mar. 19 wondering how many residentsare
candidates and their staffs. Robinson's letter follow: I each year and leave on Oct. experiencing the same
A brief look through some of the many claims and counter- I'm a little confused these 23, aren't nearly as infallible troubles. This is the first timewe
claims of the gubernatorial candidates alone does little exceptto days because all I can think ,as everyone has been led to have been bothered."
leave one more confused than ever. of is Anchorage.The .
4 Slogans are the style this year. One has a "Go Team." news from there is The IslanderAn
Another offers "One United Sunshine State," which means terrible and gets worse.
exactly what? Still another says "It's High Time.."which it Telequana Is a messy Jum- Independent W..kly published every Thursday
undoubtedly is. One modestly admits being the candidate ble of dirt and broken
"Best Qualified For Governor," which probably would get him houses. All the houses are 1 by>> THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

an argument from any one of the others. gone on the Fowler side 314 Pin Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.
Promises also are still in fashion as they always are In (the house we leased) on
political campaigns and as soon as one candidate sets downa Chilllgar Drive,except that EDITOR......._..........---STEVE KIMBALL
promise while he lights his pipe another candidate grabs It the Fowler house is still ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL

and runs, hoping to be able to use It as his very own, and standing. Del Ingram Just ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737 Anna Maria Florida.
counting on implying that the candidate from whom came past Chilllgmr--said his TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
probably grabbed It from the second candidate originally.Two home moved 200 yards and
or three of the boys already have promised to repealor is a complete loss. Our SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3. O
rescind the increase in the auto tag fees--and the others house is still standing--but per year; $2 for six months. Canada, ",t q
no doubt will get on the bandwagon soon. Some of the promises we can't Imagine why. No $S per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a
are those which have been saved from campaigns of other one is allowed in the areaat $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten h A_
years and brought out and dusted off for use again this year. all. Dr. Mead, who builta percent for sixeorssecutiveInsertions: Q
... After all, the scholars tell us we can learn much from history home next to Lowell if paid by tenth of following month. h
so if those promises were effective in getting votes in other Thomas at the end of Chll- National or agency placed advertising, /
elections why not use them again--they have been tried and llgar lost his baby boy $1.26 per column inch.CLOSING t1IIt. 'IOII
proven. (2-3). and his oldest boy Ytltits __wU. ___rwa; \I. Y
And some of the candidates have gone much further-they (12).. We knew them of TIME: NOON. TUESOAY
not only have used some of the same old promises-but they; course. Their' tenyearoldsister Entered as Second Class matter under
have revised them a bit. One has promised "no new taxes' watched them fall the Act of March 3. 1879.
(which somehow has a very familiar ring), but has added the into a crevasse and the
gimmick that he personally will lower the overall tax burden bowie go in on top of them.
on the citizens by some S3O million annually! At last word they have not MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY NOME OWNED MEWSPAPePage -







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Thursday.. April 16. 1964
TilE ISLANDER pa ge 3
BRADENTON BEACH. . HOME; MAIL . .
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) Roser SeminarA 8 OT. to 8 p. "...It.l.7.a .

mayor was confined to his desire do so. The present second seminar for em .'.2 put s..d.y.UJfBB'S.
home by illness and he star route through the parents of pre-teen chil-
did not make the disclo two cities will be dis- dren will be held at the
sure. When called upon to continued when the new Roser Memorial Com-
do so at the council meet- delivery starts. munity Church at 7:30 r '. [
Ing Thursday evening by Mrs. Cox also has been p.m., Wednesday. Apr.22.
Rose Meunier said he authorized to take bids for Two films from the"Agesand
still could not do so. the use of a car for the Stages" series will be Island Pharmacy
Councilman Frank Sny- mounted route, for which shown for this seminar.
dle resigned his seat on forms are now availableat They will be "From So- 5904 Marina Drive
the council saying he had the Bradenton Beach ciable Six to Noisy Nine/* 778-1411-Nlto I 778-2075
to return north. No action Post Office. The car will and "From Ten to
.. O. WEBS. P%iiri..tU.
was taken on Snydle's be rented on an hourly Twelve.
resignation.A basis with the estimateduse Special resource person
resolution was passedby to be seven hours for the discussion follow-
ISLANDER PHOTO BY
council asking that the each day plus about one ing these films will be Dr. RCOON
Bradenton Beach Post Office hour on each holiday. The Irving Hall. Bradenton Seamanship CourseA training as well as chari S
be retained in the city carriers will be selected pediatrician. Parents, and compass work. The
without change in status. from a civil service reg- teachers and all Inter- course in Basic Sea- course is free with the M
Copies of the resolutionwere ister which is already ested persons regard- manship will be taught by only charge made for the
to be sent to Con- prepared. less of their church Anna Maria Island Flotilla materials used. FREE DELIVERYREGISTERED
gressman James Haley affiliations, are invitedto 99, U. S. Coast Guard Further information may
as well as to several other Island Garden ClubA attend and take part in Auxiliary. be obtained by calling
public officials.A meeting of the Island this seminar. It is open to Registration for the 778-2034.
request to vacate part Garden Club will be heldat the communirv.St. #.- seamanship course will The U. S. Coast Guard PHARMACISTSON
of an alley near 27th St. the Island School cafeteria Bernard GuildSt. be at 7:30 p.m., Monday Auxiliary is the only organization -
.
was tabled. The requestwas Friday Apr. 17, Apr. 2O, at Flotilla headquarters created by the DUTY
made by LaMoine with the potluck supper to Bernard Guild met located in the Congress to "assist the
Baker owner of East O* be served at 6:30 p.m. recently at Annie Silver first building on the right Coast Guard promotion AT ALL TIMES
the Sun Cottages. Part of Broughton Smith of the Community Center whena after crossing the Anna and maintenance of safety
the alley in question runs Reasoner Nursery will be resume of Guild activi- Maria Bridge to the Is- on the watpr."
into Holmes Beach and the speaker at the meeting ties for the year was read. land. Everyone Interested in 100
council members wantedto using as his subject Mrs. Angelo Minichiello The eight-lesson course learning seamanship Is 9c
ascertain what action "Ornamental Horticulture. chairman of the nomina- includes I on-the-ovater urged to take the course. ASPIRIN
would be taken by that city ." The speaker is a ting committee,presenteda
before taking any action graduate of Auburn College slate of candidates who VOTE FOR KELLY HE WILL REPEAL

themselves. where he took his were elected: Mrs. JohnE. THE AUTO-TRUCK LICENSE INCREASE I half gallonPICNIC
Meunier said he was not degree in horticulture. Ladd president; Mrs.
in favor of closing any Victor Miller vice pres-

streets or alleys. A pre- GOLF COURSE . ident; Mrs. Philip Hauen- I JUG
vious council resolution (Continued from Page 1) stein.secretary and Mrs.
calls for a public hearing club house and other Edgar DuPont. treasurer. $1.051Poloron
before consideration of necessary facilities. Mrs. Betty Bachman wasa
closing any public thor- All those who attendedthe guest at the meeting.A .
oughfare.A meeting felt that the social hour followed
petition signed by 18 course would be a desirable with members of St. Ber-
residents of 13th Street feature on the Island nadctte Circle hostesses ICE CHESTS
South and the adjoining and would provide needed for the evening. Refresh- FOR GOVERNOR
neighborhood was pre- additional recreation for ments were served. .w.d s.1l, r.. V......C. Pnd $1.99facial
sented to the council. It both residents and visitors -
requested the city to remove and all appeared to FOODLINERQuality
the chamber of be enthusiastic about it. Ask For ...
(RsI1JI)
commerce sign opposite13th According to Adams an
Street. estimate of the architectwas & Variety
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it was decided that be ready for play by the STAR SmoV..l Picnic H*... ((4-. I Ik. Av.)- .\,...27f
the petition ,would be for- latter part of next year Small. .....ty Spar Rlb ((3: Ia... i* ***. warded to the chamber. November 1965. Pock L.... End R*..t-Lk.. .......................................43* ffS.. 4/$1.00 J
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Every Dollar Spent. ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Member -
of the Semite. wESS .

MY QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of County This ftenloHty ho placed' me on three major .
Government by Service as a Member of the Park. ..,,a$. committee' . each one of which .U of .. .
Beach &. Recreation Commission ((12 years) particular' Importance to Florida. and every ./..
Member of the Jury Commission (3 years); of its citizen' SJl _Cl.- _

Member of the Board of School Truatees(12 years), Your vote May 5th will' .keep me In this powerful FRIDAY S9*
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!'e 4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday April 16. 1964

were guests of honor at
All About Barnes-Graff
- People... a bon voyage dinner party
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. \\y last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John K.
Maloy and family of Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sny- Barnes of Everittstown
LePolnt of LaCrosse Wis...Mr. and Mrs. L.Sterty dle of 10th Street North N. J., former Anna Marla
of Delray Beach...Judge and Mrs. E. J. McManamyof before leaving Friday on a residents announce the
Montreal...Mr. and Mrs. C.E.Mills of Morrlston trip to the Far East.Other engagement of their
...Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis of Williston. guests were Mrs. Walter daughter Susan van den-
ROD& REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Brassell O'Brien of Chicago, Mrs. Hoek Barnes to Peter
and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Martin all of Wesley Stephens, Mrs.
Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. Don L.Brummctt and family I Charles Kitzbcrger Mr.
and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brummctt. all of + -- and Mrs. Vernon Lamp
Bowling Green.. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Whitcsidc, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
and T. C. Williams and B. Williams all of Tampa... A Munday. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carney of Stratford Conn..Mr. r r George Fara and Mr. and
and Mrs. F. G. Wolf of Columbus. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Romeo St. Cyr. The
Mrs. C. E. Greene of Jackson. Mich...Mr.and Mrs.D. Pavllns will visit several
L. Hctz of Battle Creek. Mich..Mr. and Mrs. ISLAND VISITORS Ur. and Mrs. Knud Schmldt- Japanese cities and Hong
Albert White and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Todd and Olsen of Hjorrlng. Denmark who were guests last Kong Bangkok and will
family of California Ky. week of Mrs. Schmidt-Olson's cousins Mr. and spend ten days with their
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Will of Mrs. Earl Hanson of 115-81st Street Holmes son, Capt. Ivan Pavlin
St. Petersburg... R. W. Cannon and Pat Hepburn of Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) who is stationed in the
Frostproof...Jake M. Suter of Winter Haven..Mr. Philippines. On their return -
and Mrs. W. C. Morris of Harvey 111. ..Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edwin W. Ford; Mrs. Loyce Anne Borders and trip they will spend a
l;. H. WcKCOtt of Rochester. N. Y...Mr and Mrs.A. Mrs. Doris J.Melton all of Lakeland. .Mr.and Mrs. week in California.Mr. .
C. Runious of Rochester. N. Y...Mr and Mrs.F. Gill Read of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. James A.Jcnnl- and Mrs. WILLIAMH.
A. Laughlin of Toronto. Ont. .. Irving Thompson of son of Philadelphia...Mr. and Mrs. W.L.Kite Sr. of RAMAGE who spent
Daytona Beach. .M. M. Carn of Winter Haven. Kalamazoo Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Gibson of the winter on the Island. .
EAST O' TilE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doch- Olcan N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bigly and family left recently for Youngstown -
ring and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Foor of Fort Wayne of Amherst Ohio. Ohio for the sum-
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. John Kchoc and mer.A. 3
Ind.SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William W. Nlt- daughter and Mr. and Mrs. D. Morehousc all of H. CAMERON of 417
Ingale of Clearwatcr...James A. Chisholm of North Toronto. Ont. Spring Ave.,. Anna Maria MISS SUSAN BARNES
Hampton N. H. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. C. Meyer of left recently on a vacation Lloyd Graff son of Mr.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milwaukee.SEA trip to France and Scot- and Mrs. Lloyd Graff of
Franklin of Dallas. Texas. ..Mr. and Mrs. CharlesS. LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Ostie L. land. Annandale N. J.
Harsany of Larchmont N. Y...Mrs. L. W.Dunson Miller of Tampa. MR. AND MRS. LEO Miss Barnes attended
and party of Winter lIaven...MrH. L. P. Trainer of HELEN'S MOTEL: G. A. Montan of Atlanta 111. .. GUIDALI Armonk,N. Y. Manatee High School
Fairfield Conn...Mrs. Crawford Addthwalt of Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pollct of Sharon, Pa.. Miss were guests recently of Stetson University and
Mass... Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bland Jr. of II. Druchln of Schenectady N. Y... H. W. Locke of Mrs. Selma Newton of now is completing her
Mt. Dora. .Mr. and Mrs. John Lansell of Lccsburg Birmingham Mich.. .Miss N. Varney of Pittsburgh Anna Maria. studies at Moravian College -
...Mrs. L. B. Carter and party of Winter Haven. .. .Mr. and Mrs. C. Rlndcl of Manchester N. H. . DR. AND MRS. JAMES Bethlehem Pa.
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAYMOTEL:Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. George Ryan of Garner N. C. . c. S. LIEBERMAN and daughter Mr. Graff graduated in
Mrs. W. J. Lynch of Indianapolis Ind. . Mr. and Lynch of Lakeland. Meg have been recent 1960 from Princeton University -
Mrs. T. B. Zintsmastcrof Independence,Ohio..Mr. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Oliver of guests of Dr. Llcbcrman's where he was a
and Mrs. T. E. Thomas and daughter of Schenectady Elm Grove Wis.PJOTIiEItO parent Dr. and Mrs. member of the Elm Club
N. Y...Mra.Judl Wood of University Ala. ..Dr and APARTMENTS: Mrs. Helen C.Broad- Elias Lieberman of Anna and of the Nassoons. He
Mr*. J. E. Putnls of Gleason Wis...Mr and Mrs. foot of Springfield. N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Maria. Dr. James Lie- is assistant sales mana-
M. G. Kelly of Elyrla, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. W. Kan- White of Schenectady N. Y. berman is chief of the ger in the transporation
naloy of Franklin N. J..Mr. and Mrs. II.M. Noycs MR. AND MRS. ROBERT F. THOMPSON daughter Medical Audio-Visual facility department of the Inter-
of West Orange N. J.. Mrs. D. K. Noycs of South Barbara and son Bobby have returned to their homein of the Communicable national Division of U. S.
Orange N. J...MrH. Charles Gray of Old Bridge Toms River N. J. after spending a spring vacation Diseases Center in Industries Inc. of New
N. J. with Mr. Thompson's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Atlanta.Dr.and Mrs. Elias York City.
LAY-Z-L1V-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. I.S. Iteddlck I. Thompson of Crescent Drive Anna Maria. Lieberman arc from An August wedding is
of Plant City. ..Mrs. Alice Pyle and family; Mr.and Dit. AND MRS. OTTO PAVLIN of Bradcnton Beach Richmond Hill L.I..N.Y. planned.

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16. 1964 THE ISLANHFlt:
Thursday. April ____ __ ____un Pane _5

Kathryn Green 391 LET'S GO FISHINGBy p
wQ U Jo Safford 396HIGH
S CERUNG ,

Bowl Leagues Bob Guild GAMES MEN) 221 MORE KINGS

Bob Guild 214 There are still plenty of King to
% Frank Woe 203 com. and almost everyone has caught
Roy Ferguson 194 more than they know what to do with-
Dick Connlck 194 but they are still coming!
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Bob Relnel 192 Another bug school of Kings Is stilt
Linen Rental Service moved Into the Dick Connick 183 to the couth of ua. These are truly 11.Y
first place spot In the Island Mixed Frank Davidson 180 "school Klnaa'th.c I.. six to ten
League Friday evening by winning Chick Chapman 180 pounds--but running with the school
three points In Its match with Bayou Frank Mac ISO and up in front are the large ones-
,
Marina. Although both team. have the ""beachcombers" pounds and up.
9i
same game total. Linen Rental leads HIGH SERIES (MEN) These large Kings roam mostly by
by two In the total number 01 pine for Bob Guild 617 themselves, or In pair..feeding on the ,
the _aeon. High scores In the match Dick Connick 329 larger baltf Ish. such.Blue Runners 1
were Chick Chapman ISO.Pat Plana.n. Roy Ferguson 323 Ladyflsh. Menhaden small Jacks.
.. 477. for the winners, and Hank Bob Relnel 317 Mackerel and Mullet. The baltftsh ,
Nleslobedskl. 174. Ed Haverkos. 484. Frank Moc 3O3 listed are aU good bait for these King
for the losers. Byron Arkebauer 3O3BUI sired speed merchants.
Other core were' Sell u ell.I'd Gibson 493 Large Kings quite often come Into the
Plumbing 4. B K Hardware O. (Bob Frank Davidson 489 shallow water and In the passes and 1
Guild. :221-617; Clayton Bower 172- Bud Hottman 488 bay. In search of food. When theee
Clayton Bower 483
483)
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Island Pharmacy 3. Bay Area Insurance Day Area Insurance: 35 r
1. (Lu Meyer. 189.Frank Davidson THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Pete Reynard's Restaurant 47.'
.
489; Roy Ferguson 194-323) Schuchard Plumbing A.M.C.Pier
Anna Marla City Pier 2.Dick Wagner Island Marine Supply Dick Wagner TOP TEN GAMES: . .
Realty 2. (Gle"" Salford.176-478;Bud Connlck's TV Service Bay Area Ins. Frank Moc 241
Hottman. 179-488) Sand Bar Bayou Marina Art King 214 .
Sand Bar 2. Conniek's TV Service 2. E)*K Hardware Lay-Z-Uv-N Motel Lefty Miller 213 ----
(Byron Arkebauer. 172-3O3; Dick Island Pharmacy Linen Rental Service George Randall :2OJ ... -----.
194- 29). H N Roger Haynes 2OI
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 3.Island Marine ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUEThe Emmett Smalley ZOO WHERE FISHING REALLY IS GOOD. At left
Supply 1. (Bob Relnel. 192-317; BUIGibson. ISLANDER took all four points Andy Raemussen 200 275-lb. Jewfish caught at Rod & Reel Pier last
176-493). In It. Island Bowling League match Pat Flanagan iw
with VanOstenbrldge Builders Monday Frank Moc It* by Fred Small and Jim Gcrllng. Middle picture ye.r'r
evening, and knocked that team out of Ben Conlon 193
LEAGUE STANDINGSLinen A. C. Campbell of Danlclsvlllc. Ga. and Anna
Rental Service 74.3 first place In the league standings.High .
Bayou Marina 74.3 scores In the match were' Pat TOP TEN SERIES with 9-1/4 lb., 24-ln. Sheepshead he caught
Anna Marla City Pier 7o.Jal.nd Flanagan. 199-339. for the winners Prank Mac 613 Anna Maria City Pier. At right Small with
Pharmacy 64 and Chick Chapman. 194-333. for the Roger tlaynes 384
Schuchard Plumbing 64 losers.' Bob Culld 331 Kingfish he caught off the north point while
Dick Wagner Realty 62 Other scores were Pete Reynard's Roy Phillips 343 with Gcrllng and Capt. Clyde Fore from I
B ft K Hardware 61.3 Restaurant 4. Bay Area Insurance O. Lefty Miller 341 cruiser Doodle." (ISLANDER
Sand Bar 61.3 (Leon Stafford. 1 183-323 Lloyd Manson Pat Flanagan 33*
Bay Area Insurance 38 183-494. Harvey Meyer 337
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel S3 Bayou Marina 3. City Pier Beachcombers Chick Chapman 333 monsters move In--..tch owl I They which. Is pictured at upper r.... .
Connie k's TV Service 32 1. (Roy Phillips. 186-343 An Schumaker 329 can tear ta> more tackle and blister a 33-pomSer which he. caught
Island Marine. Supply. 48.S Lefty Miller. 213. 41). Art King 328 more' thumb than any other fish I day. .
Schuchard Plumbing 3. Anna Maria know of. They can be caught from
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Electric 1. (George Randall. 203. TEN LOW GAMES piers, .. well as from boats,althougha TARPON TOURNAMENTS
Lu Meyer 189 Steve Alex. S2O; Walt Spark. 168- Fred Frost 96 person fishing from a boat .has an For those Island and other
Peg Hottman 176 476) Charles Pike 106 advantage over the pier fisherman. who Intend to do som 4 Tarpon '
Dot Davidson 172 Tropical Vista 2. Cray's' Econo- John Duytschaver 109 Correct tackle for these big Kings this season we call your ."."
Margaret Nleslobedskl 163 wssh 2. (Art King.214.Roger Haynes. Jim Ayers 111 can be either spinning or star drag the free fishing school .....
Betty Phillips 162 384 E. Smalley. .loo.,II). Dave looser 113 reels.' A __n.'oue rod Is |Just about conjunction with the St. .
Kathryn Green 138 Island Marine Supply 2.Roger Men's Fred Frost 116 perfect. When using spinning tackle Jaycee Tarpon Roundup. The .
Peg Hottman 137 Club 2. Frank Mac. 241-613; Harvey Charles Pike 117 12 to 15-pound-test line: Is ok. For the la at the Jaycee Clubhouse (
Kay Ferguson 134 Meyer 188-337). RIMS Guild 117 star drag reel a 3O.pourW-tea line Is Street South.St.Petersburg,at 1
131 Gary Wagner 119 ..
Virginia Dunham about rlahc.r Mo"d.y.re.aa, and
Phyllis Chapman. . 131 LEAGUE STANDINGS Elmer Twist. I2O Two of the busiest Klngflahermen In Apr. 20- 23.
Bayou Marina 77.5 days have bee Clyde Fore and The Jaycee Tournament doesn't
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) laland Marine Supply 77.3 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Fred Small who have been trying to until mld.May. but the Sara sot a
Peg Hottman 462 VanOstenbrldge Builders 76.' (FINAL) set some records for large Kings on :ty Anglers. Club Tarpon
Dot Davidson 441 Roeer Men's Club 69 C. P. B'cocnbers Island Marine light. tackle. Although to date they have. gets under way with a72
Lu Meyer 437 Gray's' Econowssn 67 A. M. Electric: VanOstenbrldgeSchue not succeeded In setting any new then which will start on A'.r1; ; ;
Margaret Nleslobedakl) 429 Tropical Vista 63.3 hard Plumbing Bay Area ..... records they.have succeeded losing more details. write Sarasota
Phyllis Chapman 422 City Pier Beachcombers 62 ISLANDER Pete Reynard's Rest. plenty of the light tackle they were Anglers' Club.P.O.(lox 3Oe.
Betty Phillips 409 The ISLANDER 6OSchuchard Roger M. C. Tropical Vita using and have also managed to bust tf you're not already a Tarpon
Betty Schmidt 4O8 Plumbing 33.3 Bayou Marina Gray's EconowashN a number' of large Klnss.! Among the erman, why not get started this
Kay Ferguson 4O3 Anna Maria Electric 33 i I larger ones were' Small s 36-pounder and .hit one vi the big prlaea net

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RELAX and ENJOY YOURSELF compressed will be picked up atnocost. Any NURSES

trash in excess of one cubic yard will be at \ TAKE

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205 Gulf Drive N Bradenton Bcach one pickup. Trash must be easily accessiblenear

the right-of-way or on edge of driveways. WHY

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6 TilE ISLANDER Thursday April 16. 1964 .

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LEGAL NOTICE Real Estate Sales i.
CHURCHESST. INVITATION TO BID High Twelve Club
Tba City of Holmes Beach Florida
BERNARD MISSION will Accept sealed bid for picking up Members of the Down- Mrs. Franklin B. Davis
(Roman Catholic) tract :<<>> c.o'twt: city, starting town High Twelve Club of recently purchased Lot 2,
April 27. the bid to be
H... Francis r. W.l..1U.r
and their Block 4 Palms Sub-
received by the City Clerk on or beforeTbur8da St. Petersburg Bay
MASS: ,. April 23. 1964. Further wives will be guests of the division, 76th St.,Holmes f
SUNDAYS 8. 9 IS & 10:30 detail may be obtained at the city
: :
Twelve Clubat Beach from Mrs. Ray-
office,or by telephone 771-2221. Island High ,
WEEKDAYS: 8 am Pauline H. Archer a luncheon meeting at mond Keiser. Gertrude
HOLY DAYS: 8 am City Cleric the Holmes Beach Yacht Blassingame, Realtor, of

6 pm UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Club at noon, Thursday, Anna Maria, handled the
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: payment required Apr. 16. The guests will transaction. r

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm 8 IInes-S1.oG-iOt! minimumFOR arrive by chartered boat e DUPLEX HOME at 315 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria,

Horv.y Memorial Chu..chHan.Denomlnatlonal. SALE BY OWNER.THE MODEL. that will dock at the Anna Mr. and Mrs. Philip purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. James Edger-
( ) HOME OF SUNRISE PARK--Completely Maria City Pier.A Hauenstein of North Shore ton of East Granby, Conn, from John P. Ranahan of

Bradsnton Beach COMPLETELY Furnished.AIR Terrazzo CONDITIONED Floors;; sports film will be Drive, Anna Maria recently Holmes Beach. Sale was negotiated by Jack Marshall,

Fl... A. W. Slmms C.ntral Heating; Spacious Living shown at the meeting of purchased two lots Realtor, of Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Room w/ FIREPLACE 2 Bedrooms; when their home
SUNDAY: the following week adjoining new ,
Tiled Bath; Light a Bright Kitchen; P }
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. Airy Screened Porch. ALSO Double there also will be a short from William Martin.
Church Service. Garage Deep Well fc Pump. Large business meeting. Ralph Parrish of Parrish
103Oa.m.
Corner Lot (only a block to the Gulf)
has fenced rear yard. BOAT DOCK. Realty, Anna Maria han- ri t. r
Christian Sclonco S.rvlc. Good Financing i Term. Call 778Ig6 New OfficerMrs. dled the sale.
A. M. Community How* after VJOp.m
FOR SALE ANbN WIXI'UUIMINNOW Clarence A.Strick-
SUNDAY: NET. Call 746-2062 after land of Tarpon Street, On The Agenda

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN 5 EAR.m. AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- Anna Maria last week was According to Richard M.
SCIENCE SERVICE. TENANCEt MOWING.I TRIMMING. made treasurer of the Rose of Bradenton Beach,

Gloria' D.I l EvangelicalLutheran ISHED.EDGING.WINDOWS FLOORS WASHED CLEANED OILED.POL Manatee Federal Savingsand a group of residents of
Church PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE plus Loan Association of Bradenton Beach has been

R.". L..l.r M. Ut.. Pastor KEN REASONABLE FELLOWS RATES--PHONE References.778-2894 r a den ton. Before her scheduled on the agendafor

SUNDAY: after 4-3O: 210-BSth St.. H. n. promotion she was assis- the meeting of the
cil''A
Church School. LUlU 93 ft. on Canal and Manatee Commis- ..
9:15 am 72nd Si...$4.OOO. Bimini Bay Lots tant secretary County ".'C,,.
10:30 am Worship Service. priced for quick ..Iea Gulf Front controller. She has been sion, to be held at 1:3O
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. $10.000; 77th St. Canal. $4.OOO7Sth with Manatee Federal p.m., Monday, Apr. 20. .- - -- _---- '''' ...
St. Canal. $3.3OO; 73rd St.. 3000. --- -
JN. B. PROTHERO. Ref. Real Estate since it opened in 1960. The group, through its -- -- -..,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH PL"l'r/! !'I"""hI' f jtL 77"-2"4. spokesman City Attorney I
R.". U.* 1'0"'''. Pastor OPEN at ONLY WET $7.5O T STORAGE per month available at the- Woman's Club Walter R. Talley will ask

THURSDAY: BAYOU MARINA INC..Bay Blvd.So.. The board of directorsof the commission to expe-
7:30 pm Vota Vita Fidelis *Anna FOR SALE""'* .e".GULF?7 FiOtJT--3- Lots the Island Woman's dite acquisition of right of "BEACHCOMBER" Model Home at 620 Key Royale

Class. for ONLY 10000. Write P.O.BoIl7. Club will meet at the way for a seawall along the Drive, Holmes Beach, has been purchased by Mr.

SUNDAY: B1 ERATIONS ntpn Be Ch-on au kinds or Cloth- home of Mrs. Edward Gulf to be built by the SRD. and Mrs. Arthur S. Van Winkle of Westchester County -
8:45 am Sunday School. Ing. Also Dressmaking Drape Mr. Swartz of 526 Key Royale attend. New York. The home was built by Richmond

10:00: am Worship Service. Frank NEW 3 t eard.-room Phone'Deluxe 778-1431.Apartment.-- Drive, Holmes Beach at Club dues for 196465are Construction Corp., and broker for the sale was Key

5:30 pm Chapel Choir. For Rent by. year--$63 per month. 1 p.m., Monday, Apr. 20. now payable. To assure Royale Homes, Inc.
6:30: pm Worship Service. 313.FI!ittlfAn"; .r.. Anna Sales M ft.arts Service.. All last year's officersand having names in the

TUESDAY: Prank Beard, n'tnn n"*a ch.' 77S-I41I. chairmen, and all the new year book, dues must Reasoner & Anson ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
FOR R ENT< NEWLY DtCOHA hu.: officers asked be before 1. Electrical
7:00 pm Church Choir. THREE-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT new are to paid July FLORIST Licensed
Contractors
WEDNESDAY: BOAT--rbTi'lt; CHliAPI i 14-FU -,/.. rfelnwry te ,*. ,..wrGulf Drive at Pin. Avenue
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. PLYWOOD w/ Flberglaa Bottom. PRIZE WINNERS1st Dixie Grande Hotel BJdq.L.. (ROY) FERGUSON
7:00 pm RA, GA. ONLY $25. Frank Doyle. 2O3 North : Day 778-2143
B Ph. 7-.06&1 er' Night 778-2059
Sunbeams. ru.nt1T.neach..
FOR SALEi :2O2; Ft. 746-9110 after. 5
Prize p.-
Mrs. Ed Huth
Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large -
R... Memorial Church Bedrooms 2 Baths; Large Florida
(N.n- ......I..t I....I) Room and 2-Car Garage. TU. Roof 2nd Prize Mrs. W. D. Donovan3rd
R... m.har4 K. Wi.slfis Insulated Intercom system ft central BIMINI BAY ESTATES
heat a air conditioning. CaU 778n -
P..rTIIURSDAY' Prize Col. Max Cooler
: b NDER: PHOTOSi As a service to Choice Canal Front HomesitesIN
6:30 pm Junior Choir. our readers, we can furnish S 71nch

7t30 pm Senior Choir. enlargements in The ISLANDER danypictureappearing lor only$1.2 3 each. CITY OF ANNA MARIAWe
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES AND
or stoo >t the .Tflce,
FRIDAY: CtlUn-lYlIJ lu.. on Palmetto v... think that these high dry, waterfront,
2:15 pin Junior Retreat. Anna Maria.Good location.Write owner -. MODELS OF APPLIANCES homesltes a block from the beautiful
just
Bllssfleld.Jtrh .
Joseph>> Yurnlkl. RI. 1.
SUNDAY: Jtrh, f>r mff Ml.. ln mg. Realtor, RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL Gulf of Mexico beaches, are the best buy for
9:00 am Worship Service. ..-*NO HAIR WAITING.CUIIlNO PI..51udlo.by sppoini.ment Real Living anywhere on Florida's Sun Coast. I

10:00 am Sunday School. 4JOO Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach. For For full information, call your favorite
11:15 am Worship Service. APjytntfnent. Call ?7.L041.: GOOD USED APPLIANCESON Island Realtor, or write us: c/o Post Office
FOR RENT* wu- \ Cu iaieIn
7:30 pin Sr.& Int. Youth Holmes Beach. Full garage with SALE FROM $15.00 UP Box 1610, Oradcnton, Florida
Fellow ih I pi. hopi telephone radiant neat and air
conditioning. Close to private beach.
MONDAY: June to Nov. Phone 778-IJH3.' ._ Your Authorized=
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7.

TUESDAY: MAKE AN OFFER FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer STOP IN AT OUR NEW

10:00: am Group 2. Mrs. I 16 ft. Crest Craft boat

Henry Clay.WEDNESDAY. w/ 35 HP Elcc. start E-9d FURNITURE & APPLIANCES OFFICE

: E V IN R U D E Motor.
10:00: am to 2 pin Missions' Includes heavy duty PHONE: 77H12679BOS

Workshop. trailer w/ new tires & GULF DRIVE: ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
5500 MARINA DRIVE
7:30: pm Seminar Program. spec winch; scat & life

cushions. gait tanks
Church of The Annuncl.tI.n
(C.l.copal) ladder paddle, anchor JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE

R... Gar.U K..Le... *' ..(... etc. Marty Snead 291b
Ave. E Holmes Beach. '
THURSDAY: Phone ,778-1321. '..... 778-1022 HOLMES BEACH 778-20O9
9:00 am Holy Lucharlst. : I Inu'e.l

THIRD SUNDAY AFTER

EASTER! : EL CT--

$:OO am Holy Eucharist.! GEORGE H. GILL DOYLECONNER

10:30: am Family Eucharist! & Manatee County Sheriff

Sermon. Church School.
Your support in the
Lo*...W.t |.|.SM| OtooolFRIDAYi May Primary Will Do
(N.w.. ...-._......>)> Appreciated y a. *


10:00 am Prayer Group. x ., Commissioner

SATURDAY: /
1100 pm Choir Rehearsal. of

SUNDAY I.'

9:15 am Church School. AgricultureI'M

11:00& Sermon.am Worship Service 1:


LEGAL NOTICE J'J,41Ji. ; GRATEFUL


RBCtSTK NOTICE or FICTITIOUS$pmumoN NANa TO GEORGE H. GILL ..,ss"I for the opportunity continue serving

n. __,..... b hoseb. certify .111.. ........,... Florida's
ywrs and
r consumer
.... 'p an c.wwctu a r ul t.rlStec yiu tfM A through:
M .n.... APALMKTTO -. = ;:=t I.the M.y p.lwry. .
P1etMa. te.Mr tot. ..._..... _01 I o.-.awt' t.wdlJ .
SWAP SNOT. ors tfMt !.*. .. .f fl.. .fUmm INSPECTION of foods gasolines feeds fertilizers
.... rUTs UCSIBJ...Is.tfcafa4.ls...:. +.. c..ty Sl.HH. I If I ,
pere.aa..w. 0s.-.. ... p&ec- .. .locte4. I Hll.. .. seeds and pesticides;
.-.-. .... .......M J. w. P.Ma wilt .ft UlM.! *.rua., .
... .I..n. Puna. 901 -U" strew Iw. fvll.. llc. .H.. MARKETING of
ps> pee sj Florida agricultural products
...... thsetda. ;
I 0....Bra..-+.a.+.A PALMETTO SWAP .s>A-........UI..... I will D.crouCottoiSeorsocker
3f40r u am te41..et J. W. Pk. arIi .. I N -...... Msh..ls PROTECTION of plant and livestock indus-
J....... r.an. ....... ...t.... M
.. .... I.....I- t. ap'ly N ... ....,....... .. ........ 4 tries against diseases and insects;
f ca... of !*. CUcsac. Cwt Mart Ksry. .................. eLeCT
Ma,.... F1..... a..e gw.r ........ offlce.- I ...... ECONOMY in government by working for
Ise .aM saws srf PALMETTO.... SWAPS hod .. 20 ..... .,
-r -i ,
I O* .Bir tar st .oXO. 1..... er flatsAct.of i ..II.. ........... aai SALE STILL GOING ON efficiency and conservation as a
J. W. Pa ____ ... d00 har. ef Cabinet member.r .
J. Pa _I.. ..........-

I MI sre..wtt.1br111trew: .......Lass. ...... P'oeUu..a' A4U..V,.4 POST OFFICE PLAZA ANNA MARIA (Per ........ .... _-_.-.I'Page
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April 16, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7



LAND REAL ESTATE




UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE GULF FRONT .-r READY FOR DEVELOPMENTEIGHT
INSURANCE COMPANY
BEAUTIFUL LOTS--HIGH & WELL-
SUK 1197
.., ,... THREE BEDROOM HOUSE
Protect Yottr If. (u.le f t lm *t
? COMPLETELY FURNISHED DRAINED and in Excellent Neighborhood.Nice .
S24 12th St west RADCNTON. FLA. ,..... 741-4S41 i
... EXCELLENT RENTAL PROPERTY Palms. Close to Beach.Zoned one familyor

; LOT UNDER MARKET GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR Duplex.- Private Well. ALL FOR $20.OOO|
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 * * * * *
Waterfront Lot 75x140 Seawalled AiJJIIIfD",_
SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brol.r S.l.snlon--778.21S6
'j leaved Street-Reduced $1,20O-owner must sell ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA MAHAR Real Estate:
RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
$3,800BECK
JACK'S BEACH BARGAINSAT 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA

E'i r REALTY CLOSED WEDNESDAY

A REAL SACRIFICE
5500 MARINA DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

PHONE 778-3333 j
JOHN H. BECKtl JR VIC REINELN.OLt.11.0 ___ 0 PICK
.
-.oMa" A..OCIATE "
aI. ) fr'
ISII
.
CANAL FRONT BARGAIN .! I m-iI E"S-"S WAGNER
"' ..
'"" .
Small Down PaymentAssume ,:" .... '"
\it";
Building Loan Mortgage--$11O Mo. . -_.- ---- --- - .
sw .f.... ". : _-=;;
Two Bedrooms; Two Baths; Florida Room; REALTOR&
Screened Porch; Garage & Utility Room. 608 KEY ROYALE DRIVE I
An All-Electric Medallion Home on 9Ox 112 II I
Seawalled Lot. Paved Street & Driveway. THIS LOVELY 3-Dedroom.2-Oath.Centrally
Deep Well. Located in the Bay Palms Additionin Heated and Air Conditioned Home to be sold 18 CANAL FRONT LOTS '
Holmes Beach. WELL BELOW COST!

JOHN B. PROTHERO --OPEN DAILY FOR YOUR INSPECTIONFor -- 75 x 145 each
FULL INFORMATION,sec Jack Marshall
ECISTERED! REAL! ESTATE BMOICER-1AI.ES& RENTALS

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach LOTS OF LIFE IN THIS OLD LADY' $3,000 each TERMS
Four-Bedroom Frame Cottage which is close -
to FISHING. SHOPPING. BEACH AND BUS.
"KEY TO BETTER LIVING" Furnished. Some minor repairs but a real Four Years To Pay
buy at ONLY $7.000--with Just $500 Down!
HOME See
TWO BEAUTIFULLY-WOODED Water Front
Open for Lots--Palms, Pines & Cedars. Has Boat .
Inspection Anchorage and is Near the Beach. Both Lots \if A ,: REALTOR

#26 Seaside Court for ONLY $-.,..00 on easy terms.

JACK MARSHALL Rtdfor 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach

SEASIDE GARDENSJACK M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464


I
BUILDER OF HOMES
HOLMES, Realtor How.. suitable' for Island'
cliwiato and condition'

Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr. Rmod Repair.$llng.. Trustworthy Addition. & LflRCHfJIOflT L DEVELOPmEnT] CORPOfiflTIOIl

..tl_ .* given.
P NORMAN ROSEDAL.C
Anna Maria 778.' 10
Select homesiteat 7"7ud9r
your
.."
OPENWATERFRONT Presents - -
KEY ROYALE


and DAY "ALMS y ,.--- ,..
NOT ON A CANAL--but
situated right on the wide
't hTAMPA open water. Nice sandy
w 4SAY beac h. UNEXCELLEDVIEW.
UU Of 1w 3 BR--2 Tiled
D
Baths. COMPLETELY
FURNISHED.BARGAIN!
(Last week's "BEST

KEY ., ..rtep BUY" was sold. Better GULF DRIVE
see this one quickly.)
ROYALEr TOTAL Price: $22,300. co O"CINAT.VIEA.ANTWIHT. S

.-.-...... 0-......Po.
? PALMETTO Call Ralph Parrish ....-....w.M--...,
or Peggy Moore HOLMES BEACHANNA
A.._MM ""
MARIA ISLAND
PMTish Rmrfty

RADENTON P.O.Pl...,A*...*..,I.

41 778-1902 ., 77S-2I21 MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
684

301TO

SARASOTA IvsiatssopportMftfosl 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

48 SEAWALLED WATERFRONTLOTS

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


17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
GOOD BUYS M.......p.._. a.u N..0..i.... M.r.C..4r.1 ._Atf 1:...........
$2,900 to 4,5OO .. .**e c*****. *...Oft.*** ......... :..... AM c-....,
Don't Wait 4.4. T. Mwrw 10.-6. 'Ita ... ......... _... --.o.u .1
....r/-.1...t.. 4 1...... c-tr.w 6 N.rw. .A ,.u.-a. .......L..rw.....
See Us 4... .....cl..... r-_........tw.,.....O.b4. T....._ IMwe Tf..1..I.1

HOMES ALSO READY FOR $__ r.... .....lF.w... c:......... AMCb.4........TV
G..p W..r tr/. d.e. ........,4. 4 C..1 TV...T."__0.......
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ....- r..... A..... P..1 ....... ...... ,.... -.....-. M V..I ..
.... -J' .... Mr.l.a.. 6
w i-4. C-.I 54 .
r.u Ow.-.e uw. aa- 0-
REALTY r.-. ... ..1..."4eW, ......W.......
I.1..4. S&.hI.h c:.....

PHONE 771-2444 BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor
o. WRITE BOX 1012
furth.r Information Contact Robert S. Cable,
AMICA MARIA
a...c. .......--.......... Soles Representative Phone 778.1611sday
.. .. -
MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY AIM. P. .A. T1-



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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. April 16. 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACHWE I
__
.
RENT )PINS OS PART CtlM ABLE Call 7782O12R. Something NEW has been Added!!!
PLAY (MATE KS
'HIGH CHAIRS 'LINENS SUNBATHING COTS SEE OUR
J -j
C SCHUCHARD
STROLLERS BLANKETS *
Linen Rental Service 778-1472 NEW HAWAIIAN ROOM
214-54th St. Holmes Beach PL.UMOINO/ CONTRACTOR
Brim Full of NEW & DIFFERENT
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
i HAWAIIAN GIFTS!
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES.PUMPS, REPAIRS BAGS-HATS JEWELRY-PERFUME

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
e- CALL 778-1771 TV SETS!!! : Free Gift & Mail Wrap
NIGHT 778-1440 ddi. r'l
.. Lending Library
\.
Anna Maria Island's Only We have them -',(,J.-#. ..,,. ''--" -p-- .-.. 1--- _SItN'-I-",,- Jelut DwfK
LICENSED CAR DEALER All sizes S descriptions S

Buick"RambUr I ..Dodg Dodge* Dart.Plymouth ALL in working condition HALF SIZE SUN DRESSESby

These are last years Rentals
SPRING 8 NOW is your chance to get that lea O6 ?1UaHd
PAINT 59PER second TV you have always wanted

SALE GAL. Gored Skirts $6 98

Regular $7.95PITTSBURGH PICK YOURS OUT NOW Wide StrapsAssorted

WHILE THE CHOICE IS STILL GOOD '
!
Prints fJJ
!

SUN-PROOF WHITE & C r: from $10.00 up nv to 242 IiJJ

oil base READY MIXED ONE PIECE PLAY SUITS
BODY COLORS ISLAND TV 778-1703
HOUSE PAINT Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Matching Skirts $7.Q 8

FREE DELIVERY Front Zippers
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
Holmes leach Supplies Inc. I22 .to 24 J4 It

778-1131 HANDY DANDYOPEN .
rh." -.. ,.. ,It
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 6.,;' l. .

7 A.M.-9 P.M. Lepway ..#._.:... ?LION
..... 778-1161
WE'RE GOING TO EVERY DAY itc .. ".n{vroawA
ISLAND
THE WORLD'S FAIRAS SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 CLEARANCE SALEon

GUESTS OF PH I LCOHELP TERRY ROBES - all types of jewelry

WOS-12stylcs-sm-mcd-lgc.Priccd At $2.98 to $3.98
US GO IN STYLE BY PURCHASING Chilcls-boys girb-4 to 16-Priced At $1.99 to $2.99 .

PH I LCo. Mcns-Mcd-Lgc-XIge-Pricetl At $3.98 JV' .r 778-1020
Also Cabana Sets For O ildr+etr$2 98-$3DSS4.98 t c-..&V..,..
A 1(TRANSISTOR TV ISLAND VARIETY STORE 7781021JutoOumers ( -'P' Mco.-W

U ( TABLE RADIO Come In And Get Acquainted

n VAIR CONDITIONERDURING Everyone Is WelcomeWe

THE MONTH OF APRIL wit-Orr Offer

ISLAND TV 778-1703 A Complete Decorating ServiceEdic
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. MOTOR. BOAT AND TRAILER
INSURANCEoR ] Sch:a I den brand & Mary: VcrMctt

Island furniture Center


LI '\ Beach StoreHolmes
[\ N S Liquor

BeachOne Stop Shopping Center

WEEKEND SPECIALSApril
Auto-Own Boat Insur. 16 Thru April 19
.
1 ante compl ty( prot.ctsyour
11 trailer motor and boat s
4
on the road.Fir.and theft I IMPORTED SCOTCH-5th
and collision protection too
for your boating invest IMPERIAL ..,
m.nt. For complete' protection TEN HIGH $1 n00WALKERS
3 =.
tailored to your S FOR -
boating need I. call your GIN
Auto-O vnrs Insurance
Agent today. BLACK LABEL 6 Pack Bottles

,?<
Manatee County Water 6 PACK CANS 99<

(Company INCOfcfOtATtD) (!Bag Yrea< risii ranee Our Prices Are Equal To Any

s..,_. c..1..w rw. ...-C.fk. .:..... rl...... Advertised On The Island
778-1548
TELEPHONE 778-2022 778-1697 PHONE 778-2023



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