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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00221
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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650 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1964 TEN CENTS





I Tuesday April 28 'D-Day For Bridge Tolls I





Collection Of Tolls To Be Discontinued At 7:30 A.M.

I
.. Catvacode And Celebration Planned By C Of C

, ;,, After several expected and Band. The Rev. William Self.
1 unexpected delays for reasonor pastor of the West Bradcnton

r reasons unknown, the date Baptist Church will give the

and time for discontinuance of Invocation.

collecting tolls on the two Robert E. Quinn immediatepast

bridges to the Inland Is to be president of the County

7 a.m.. Tuesday Apr. 28. Chamber of Commerce, and
Although lam week the time chairman I of its !Road and ..

"';' "' seemed to be well established, Bridge Committee, will Intro

,. ;Io .,.. and all financial arrangementsmade duce officials and guests. The
,. to discontinue the tolls Road and Bridge Committee in
.
Lr some of the area daily papers responsible for the ceremony.

: i : reported the tolls would be State Senator Ed II. Price Jr.

collected until Aug. 1. will discuss the significanceto

The following day. however the County and the Island of
It discovered that the the end of the tolls.
BEFORE: Picture of the location of the AFTER: Present day view of the Bridge was
the result of nils- The !Rev. Cornelius
error was a Dough-
present approach to the Anna Maria approach taken from approximately the
Bridge taken from Gulf Drive several same spot on Gulf Drive earlier this understanding by a reporterin erty of St. Joseph's Catholic

years ago. before the bridge was built. week. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Tallahassee for a news Church. Bradcnton. will offer
wire service.As the benediction.
part of the ceremonies Other Invited guests will be

. Holmes Beach Water Shortage Acute Players Meet Elect planned by the Manatee County the county commissioners and
Chamber of Commerce a other county official, and all
Following an Investigation of present water shortage is re- group will gather at the approach the mayors and councilmen ofnradonton.
the local water supply on Saturday lieved. Officers, DirectorsThe to the Anna Maria Palmetto. Holmes

Mayor Elmer G. Twistof Because the same shortage Bridge at 6:43 a.m.. Tuesday. Beach. Anna Maria' City Bra-
Holmes Beach issued an exists in Anna Maria City annual meeting of the Mrs. Earl A. Illbcy widowof denton Beach and LongboatKey.

order about unnecessary use Mayor James O. Ferguson Island Players took place at the late county commission .

of water in that city. followed suit by issuing a sim- the Anna Maria Community chairman will cut the ribbonat Coffee and doughnuts will be

The order was for house- ilar order. House Tuesday evening. 7 o'clock. nerved at the pavilion after

holders who are subscribersto Spokesmen for the Water Co. Officers and directors for A motorcade will then move which the motorcade will reform -

the service of the Island said that the present shortageis the next year were elected. through the toll plaza and and tour the Inland. It

Water Co. not to water lawns caused by lack of rain. They Officers arc: Frank Brcchlln. continue to the pavilion at the will leave via the Cortez

n and ....d__.. _ta.. until the 'have also explained that steps president..____ ; Mrs. Wallace Cray Manatee County lleach: with Urid.."".
.re taken >f. Wen r.4iiirk.man P'
beIng by'h.-npany' ,
unit 01., ,. World ttlttwy 'M..nbe'l'a ot the Island Division -
Wood Visits Island to relieve the situation by tap- second vice president Patrol and the Sheriff Posao of the County Chamber
ping additional wells as soon ; Mrs. Earl Nt e smA n.
of Commerce who
as
Sydney Makepeace Wood the escorts. are working .J
as clearance can be obtained recording secretary; Mrs. There will be flag tho committee
noted beach stabilization engi- raising on arrangements -
from the State Health Bruce Ralston corresponding
neer and designer visited the Depart- ceremonies by an American for the ceremony. arc the
and Frank II.
Island this week. ment. secretary, Legion color guard and the threo Island mayors; Norman

I C Of C Name-The- Schroeder Gray and Blrkman treasurer.became Mrs. National Anthem will be play- Roacdale, Dick Wagner Bob
ed by the Manatee High School Continued 7)
officers for the first time. The ( on Page.
Beach
r Contest

> Details of a "Name-The- other Directors officers elected were reelected.for three City Investigating Water Shortage .

r M Beach" contest will be made years are: Mrs. Margaret
Elmer G. Twist of Board President Merrill
Mayor
the Manatee
public soon by Donaldson. E. J. Eddowcs.
Holmes Beach said Tritt and former Carl
County Chamber of Com- Norman Roscdalc. Mrs. G. Tuesday Mayor
evening that the matter of tho Scott were named to a committee -
merce. Emmett Smalley and Mrs.K. .
The beach in question Is the W. Stenstrom. present water shortage In that to Investigate tho
would be until itscauses of additional land
city pursued acquisition
county owned beach at the Wyatt Blasslngame was elec-
south end of wurecorr ted.aothatthe for tho uo of the city.
the Island. According ted a director for two years.
could Tho board voted to take no
shortage not reoccur.At
to A. L. Bill Cenung. and Mrs. L. R. Arnold and Ed
president of the local chamber Bauman for one year. a meeting of tho board of further action on a request by y
the aldermen tho mayor Raid tho tho I slated Welfare Fund for a
division contest may become Other directors are: John L.
Island Water Company contribution from tho city of
engineer -
a statewide Plans
event.
Osborne. Mrs. C. T. Jcnkln-
,
, Freeman Morton ofIlradenton J5OO. Alderman Varloy
Harry
for the contest now arc only son. Col. Gene Cox. Mrs. P.H.
had told the board voted against the action and
tentative but it is believed Schroeder Mrs. R.Morgan.
that prizes will be "all-ex- Mrs. II. II. Griswold and Miss tho company would tap a well told of some of the good work
vacations on Shell Drive a* noon a* It done by the welfare group.
pense at some of Bertha 1)1 shop.
the motels on the Island.It The Players' annual banquet obtained approval. from the All Holmes Beach voter will
State Board of Health Morton be required to reregister at
J was announced at last will be served Thursday even
.. week's of the Island estimated It would take two the city office In order to vote
meeting ing. Apr. 23. Anyone who want
SYDNEY MAKEPEACE Division of the Chamber that to attend and who has not yet week to get the well Into In city election They may
WOOD
two members had resigned made reservation, I Is asked operation. reregister with the city clerk.
Wood Is the developer of the (Continued on Page 7) to call P-'rs. Bruce Ralaton. Mayor Twist asked that 'in Mr. Pauline Archer from
principle of increasing the meantime everyone who 9 a.m. until I p.m.. Monday
per-
meability In designing erosion used the company** water bo through Friday.
prudent about ue of the water The rarctiC'.trationWile.' *
prevention piers and groins,
and Is the designer of the for purposes not absolutely to city election only and bas
basic neceary.A no connection with voting In
structure now being Installed -
at the Manatee County survey of well on the county state or national election -

Beach. He said he wanted to Inland by the Slate Water Re- *. such a* the primary
sources Board and the State election during May.
the
see pier with his own eyes. ,
He recently celebrated his :,,,':"I Board of Health will be asked Tritt reported on progress)
< by the city. (Continued on Page 7)
80th birthday and only a few "
weeks ago. suffered a severe "
hock, from which he has not .1 ,m: 1 ....
.
fully recovered. t, 4AlANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Wood considers the combin-

ation pier and groin at the T.'*.'_". .. V*.w .*J.4JI.
county beach his
crowning lam iloon .p m 10 gn,
achievement at
a 40yearcareer
-
.
in erosion preventionand Apt. 14- -$O M. 74 *47ft 71 Nuns

beach stabilization work. Apt, 1674 G M Tl lixtsea

He has designed more than a ,. Af" 18- -72 10 MO 5'3 72 Won

hundred similar piers but the Apt, I'- -12 r? 78 91 I 73 Nixes

one now being installed on the A,.. IW70Apt. M1 74 IU' 73 tons

Island la the first in Florida PROGRESS on the new beach-.tabtllzation pier and groin mi t I970Apt. M 75 rr 73 HOCMr

his home state lie make his the Manatee County Beach shown by picture taken Tuc*
home In Croveland. in Lake When completed, the pier will be 46O feet long. It i* being Wut i.mp.rAitti. .. Mbcn at Maaetss County Beach.
County. Installed by the County. (ISLANDER PHOTO) i





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Page 2 Thursday April 23. 1964Islander



_ Editorials



Additional Beach Where?


An unusual meeting took place in Anna Maria City last
week. It was called by Mayor James Ferguson at the requestof
Earle Cromer. Cromer said he had been asked by County
Planning Director Bill Vines if there was any interest in the
acquisition in the city of additional public recreation or
beach areas.
The meeting was announced well in advance and was open -
_ to anyone who wished to attend. Those asked to the meetingwere .
members of the city commission; the board of zoning .elrT
adjustment; the zoning planning and review board and the J
recently created advisory committee. -T: _ t # r i
Vines explained that State funds are available for the _
purchase of additional public recreation areas particularlybeach
areas. He also mentioned the possibility of matching
federal funds being available for the same purpose.
After a lengthy discussion with many participating. Col.
Ed Chandler seemed .to sum up pretty well the feeling of
those at the meeting, when he said that if the state pur- V
chased such areas, it probably would be state controlled, 2'2'ti
and if federal funds were used, it would be federally con-
k y.yy
trolled.
According to persons sitting near Vines at the meeting,
he seemed visibly upset by the attitude of those present. He
remarked that the city is very short sighted, and that by
its attitude, the city is "dragging its feet. He added that in
a few years there will be few beaches left for the public to
use. In a brief telephone interview the following day. Vines
for reasons best known to himself, denied making any such
remark, but the official minutes of the meeting show that he
'
did. ;
Despite Mr. Vines' warning about the probable future
shortage of public beach, it appears from this corner that the
Island is particularly well provided with public waterfront
recreation areas now, and a perusal of a map of the Island
fails to show any beach not now available to the public--that
Is--beach at the water level.
Starting at the south end--all readers know about the
6,000 plus feet of Gulf frontage and the 6,000 feet of Bay ISLAND BIRD LIFE (Camera Study by Carla Rome ike)
.frontage all owned by the people of Manatee County. Then.
'of course, there is the 900 plus feet of mid-Island county
beach. And In Anna Maria City there is the 2,700-foot Bay t"1ea' RU, taea+ ibt. saw salyouraAea ,
Park, plus an additional 1.4OO feet of city owned Gulf front taxtat aet ousis ot'uss eiw z oo t+ort atzerso mnoteaeutt vtea ay HowZa wsrsaawro JNN ors otrt
park. Not too bad for an Island less than seven miles long! oUt mtOOt t2W ANawta'x l ayQSCRtOERS!
And that is only the beginning. Beside the larger chunks of
publicly owned waterfront property listed above there is the i
not inconsiderable stretch of waterfront--albeit not a good
beach--on both sides of the Anna Maria Bridge causeway on
the Island. Wonderful for boat launching shelling, fishing,
.etc., and well patronized by the public, tool
And still some more: On the Gulf side of the Island as
lust about ,everyone _knows there are approximately 100
street ends which Rlvo. the public access to the Quit beacbea.
And It seems to be a fairly well accepted conclusion as well
- as a state law, that all the beach below the high water line is .
owned by the public. In Anna Maria City, there are even a few S & H Green Stamps
street ends which give the public access to the Bay beaches
which, though less desirable than those on the Gulf do give J. D. Webb of Webb's Island J
satisfaction to the people who use them. Pharmacy, announced this
So, while we are sorry that Mr. Vines feels his (and our) week that starting Thursday, L LHHfl f T T f
adopted city Is "dragging Its feet," wedon-t feel it necessary Apr. 23, his store will giveS
to apologize for its attitude and that of its people. Let's say & H Green Stamps with all .
they merely arc conservative In their thinking. purchases. I
Although a few Island mer- Dear Editor:
Home Folks chants do give trading stamps Some unfavorable comment Mickey Harrison is running]
to their customers, Webb s has been directed at the public for the Democratic nomination!
All Floridians know that much of the economy of the stateis Pharmacy is the first to giveS facility at the countyownedbeach for County Commissioner. lie
dependent on the steady tide of northern tourists who visit & II Stamps considered the at the south end of the has a keen sense of values,'
the state, bringing fresh batches of that northern "green best in the field. Island. and if elected would do muchto
tuff." Responsibility for the design counteract the freespending -
Loyalty
And the business of such fast growing resort areas as our DayAccording and the determination to put upa tendencies of recent years.
own tight little Island is particularly interested in, and to CommanderPaul structure which is very He wants to make Manatee +
dependent upon that now year-around Influx of tourists. But, E. Kelley of Anna Maria costly for the small service it County a better place to live i
like all provident business people, the l Island has developed, Island Post 8199.VFW "Loy- provides, rests with the county with emphasis on the real
probably through sheer bull luck, a secondary source of alty Day, designated by commission. The Park Beach needs of Manatee' County
tourist revenue--Imperial Polk County. Congress and the President of and Recreation Commission, residents. He stands for sen-
U that doesn't ring any bells for many of our readers it the United States for obser- of which Mickey Harrison is sible use of the taxpayers'
does for many others. It means Lakeland, Winter Haven vance on May 1 of each year the chairman, recommended a dollars.
Bartow and some other prosperous towns and cities in that was originated by the Veteransof more simple facility less
inland county. And from the point of view of the Island Foreign Wars as a counter- wasteful of the taxpayers Sincerely
business people those residents of Polk County who make measure against Communistant money. More service--less Carl F. Scott
the Island their second home, form one of the important 1- merican demonstra- show.
economic factors here--and particularly during the slower tions.
_ months of the year when our Yankee friends and their "Parades and ceremoniesby The IslanderAn
pocketbooks are recuperating and getting ready for the next American citizens vigor-
trip south. ously reaffirming their Independent Weekly published every Thursday
The impact of the Polk Countlans on the Island's largest support of freedom principles, THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
"industry: the real estate market, la tremendous. Althoughnot pushed Communist May Day by
directly concerned we can think of two dozen or more agitators into the background.That 314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island, Florida.

Lakelanders who own homes here, with more arriving every Inspired civic educational EDITOR......:........_._._._._STEVE KIMBALL
week. So let's all be nice to these people and go just a little religious, fraternal and
out of our way to sec that they are made welcome and youth groups across the coun- ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
comfortable.And try to extend their patriotic MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737 Anna Maria Florida.
one of the Lakeland group is now one of the leading rallying. TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor-- "Citizens now use Loyalty
Scott Kelly. And while this bit of musing is in no sense Day as the special occasionfor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., S3.SO
Intended as a political endor.ement--SC'nator Kelly Is the enthusiastic parades, banquets per year; $2 for six months. Canada.
nearest to a "home town candidate" for the governor'sseat pageants, speaking $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: -yI
the Island may ever have. In addition to that he la the programs and other prom $1 per column inch. Discount of ten .....
only one of the six Democratic and three Republican erican demonstrations." percent for consecutive insertions ...
-" candidates who has visited the Island during the present Governors of many states if paid by tenth of following month. < h
campaign. and mayors in hundreds of National or agency placed advertising '
Candidate Kelly also is the only one of the nine candidateswho cities proclaim Loyalty Day $1.26 per column inch. 1M OII
is at all aware of the Island's problems, and who is "for special recognition of ..... ---U 1 ''IUUIG1IIIvnv
reasonably available once in a while for a little discussion the heritage American free CLOSING TIME: NOON TUESDAY.
and perhaps a solution of those problems. So, for some of dom." They call for wide Entered as Second Class matter under
of those voters who have not yet made up their minds, they display of the U. S. Flag.They the Act of March 3. 1879.
might consider whether or not it is better to have as governor invite all the people to express
a man who visits the Island often and to whom they can talk their fervor for God and Coun-
MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED MEVSFAFEKTilE
if necessary, or one who doesn't know where the Island is. try as the Loyalty Day theme.



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Thursday April 23. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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Island Garden Club Mailman A Suicide Mrs. Kelly HonoredAn 8 am to 8 pat W..k<|.y.

Horticultural expert DELBERT THEODORE ,. open house and coffee 8 am to 2 p"* Swnoays .
Broughton Smith presented WILKINS 58,of 203-29th honoring Mrs. Scott Kelly
an interesting lectureat Street Holmes Beach a i"";;;): : ,:I,' will be given at the homeof
the regular April meeting retired Columbus Ohio ;J{ Mrs. Stanley Sargeant.
: of the Island Garden police officer shot him- ?lJ I'1::1}''I 826 Bay Boulevard South. lUfBB'S[

Club Friday evening. self at his home Sunday I Anna Maria from 10:30
Part of his talk dealt evening. Acc a.m. until 12:30 p.m.,
with what income tax deductions Wilkins died at Manatee Friday Apr. 24. Island Pharmacy
are in order for Memorial Hospital wherehe Hostesses at the coffee
59O4 Marina Drive
damage to shrubbery had been taken in an will be Mrs. Sargeant.
such as that suffered by ambulance. Mrs. Harvey Craven and 778.1-11.-Hlt.778-2075

Island homeowners in the According to a report l' Mrs. Buck Marlcr. J. D. WEBB.FREE P'---cl.
freeze of December 1962. by Holmes Beach Assisting the hostesseswill ,
Reasoner's Nursery with Police Chief W. H.Snooks be Mrs. Ernie Cag- .
which the speaker is as- Adams. Wilkins had phoned nlna. Mrs. Ralph Parrlsh.
sociated received more a friend about 7:30. Mrs. Peggy Moore Mrs.
than 3OOO calls on that and indicated he was goingto Don Probasco. Mrs. Paul
subject. take his own life. Leonard. Mrs. Norman
According to the speaker While holding the phone He was a member of Island GraduatesA Franklin Mrs. Tom
the vital principle in the friend heard a thud the Columbus Retired Po- McKay and Mrs. Don
income tax regulations is and then phoned a neigh- lice Association and of number of Island and Thurlow.All DELIVERY
j that aesthetic values are bor of Wilkins', C. G. Anna Maria Island Post Longboat Key residents Island women are
I not considered but only a Lanois 204 29th Street. 8199. Veterans of Foreign all graduates of Manatee Invited to meet and talk REGISTERED
nursery appraisal of the Lanois and his son found Wars. High School in the Classof with Mrs. Kelly.
ir< total value of the property Wilkins lying on the floor He is survived by a sister 1960. received degrees PHARMACISTSON
before and after a freeze and called Adams. Mrs. Mable Harper from Florida State Uni- School RegistrationA
or other disaster is ac- Adams said Wilkins was of Columbus I and two versity on Saturday. Apr. pre-school registration DUTY
ceptable. The appraisalmust lying on the floor on a daughters who reportedly 18.They will take place at the AT ALL TIMES
also be confirmedby blanket spread over old live in California. arc Rick Frost cafeteria of the Anna Maria -
a real estate broker.He newspapers and that his Griff It h-Cline Island Jerry Shell. Janice Carl- Elementary School .
listed many salt resistant own .38 calibre "police Chapel is in charge of son tlirshbcrg and Patty from 1:30 until J:30 p.m.. WE GIVE
plants shrubs and special" revolver was local arrangements. Ser- Welsch of Holmes Beach; Friday. Apr. 24.
trees which can be grownon beside him.Wilkins vices and interment will Michael Mayers of Lon All children who will
the Gulf side of the was conscious be held in Columbus. boat Key. and Ed Reid enter kindergarten or
Island and in other areas before the ambulance arrived Adams' report shows April Blassingame and first grade In September
where they are exposed to to take him to the that on Monday, when he Dick Rosedale of Anna should be registered at w.GItEEN
wind-driven salt spray. hospital and told Adamshe inspected the house priorto Maria the latter to graduate this session. Children to
He also gave a much longer had aimed the gun at making an official report in June. be registered must be 5
list of those plants his heart. of the case he found years old before Jan. 1 1.
which can be grown suc- Wilkins had lived on the several boxes of old coins. boxes of old coins and old 1965. to enter kindergarten STAMPS
cessfully away from the Island since 1950,when he He then went to County U. S. currency of the type and 6 years old before
shores of the Island. moved here from Columbus Judge Robert Rickey and which was retired In 1 I92H. Jan. 1 tocnter first grade.
During the business and at the time of his asked that the court appoint Adams said the coins Parents are asked NOTto 150 ROLAIDS
meeting Paul Leonard death was the mail car- an administrator to and old paper money were take children to the
reported that small signs rier on the star route out take custody of the coins. hidden in several places school for registration REG $1.69 $1,19DERMASSAGE
will be placed in all the of the Bradcnton Beach Judge Rickey appointedthe in the home and altogether but ARM requested to take
roadside triangles on the Post Office. Manatee National Bank probably totaled at any available birth certificates -
Island which are maintained as administrator and face value "several thou- and/or health
by the club. All the next season will take Adams and two employeesof sand dollars." records.QEWARE REG S1.79 $1.19family
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triangles have been mow- place. The meeting will the bank made a more
ed and fertilized. Col. not be held at the Island thorough Inspection of the
Gene Cox reported a totalof School but members will house. --- size
$600 in the treasury.A be notified of the time They found dozens of old
nominating committee and place. coins In trays obviouslythe .w Strip*
i N.
will present a slate of Adam Hart won the door work of a longtime DEAD TREES AND( HIGH WINDSI'
candedaq.. a& t,.. .J u,.. prize of a flowering tree. numismatist plus more .illlISte 63<
"" meeting of the club when and Mrs. Home Villa a .4, U yuu have dead or half-dead- Australian 4
k election of officers for the shrub. Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST ./II pines on your property. It would be! wine to GARDEN HOSE
have them cut down and removed before the

i OUT IN FRONT -,,.. d.iy .. t. Id .". hurricane Few dead season.pines would survive 60 to 70 mile! 75 ft $2.99

Dlxl. Grand Hotel Bldg.Pit. . winds. Should stronger winds hit the Island
744.04SI .. dead trees would be a serious and certain SO Pitt

, THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE 7..9110 f.r S vjm menace to life and property. Power, light and american Star..
telephone lines could be knocked out. :
t DIRECTLY ON THE Names of several reliable tree services stainless steelSERVICE
GULF REACH may be obtained by calling the city office. for 8

1 For SOUND ADMINISTRATIONAbility THE ALL.MODC1N.
REG
Pauline II. Archer. City Clerk. $11.99
Experience Service Gulf Park City of Holmes Beach $14.95

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All About Peap1.. MR. AND MRS. NILES BERRY of North Sly
Drive. Anna Maria have left the Island fo4'.".
<.. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. S. summer during which they will live in Battle Creek "',,,
Tesmer of South Gulfport...Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mich. : "
Brand of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall and THE REV. HARRY WATTS of Denver.Col.has beeti.ja
family of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bogdan and guest for two weeks at the home of the Rev.,and"
daughter of Detroit...Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ward of Mrs. H. C.\Benjamin of 75th Street. Holmes Beach.
Ottawa. Ont...Mrs. George S. Davis and Mrs. John MR. AND MRS. FRANK LANCE of Bradenton Beach,
F. Davis of Leesburg..Miss Margaret Eden and have returned to Byron. Minn for the summe ttnd'
Miss Marie Eden of Fayetteville N.C...Mrs.MarieA. fall. "3Bb x':
Rotolo and children of North Adams.Mass... Pat- ... r. MISS MARY ANN THOMAS daughter of Mrs. Coia''
'rick and Michael Godsil of Wellington. Va. Thomas of Holmes Beach left this week to cover
TRIPP'S COURT: Miss E. G. Peterson and Curtis ::T w opening of the New York World's Fair for the Da;
Peterson of Gainesville.. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert r Times of Melbourne. Fla.
McNamara of Gainesville...Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. MRS. MATILDE HASLAUER of Bay Boulevard. A
Sorrell and family of Tampa. ..Mr. and Mrs. B. E. x r tiik ; j Maria has left the Island for Hampton Bays. L.
Dean of Baltimore...Miss Dot Dotson of Wauchula... ; N. Y.. where she will spend the summer and fa
C. L. Roberts of Bowling Green. DISTINGUISHED ISLAND VISITORS Judge and Mrs. MRS. AGNES WRIGHT of Lake Orion Mich.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. .Robert H. Emmett J. McManamy (at right) of Montreal who spending several weeks on the Island visiting he
Kober and daughter of Bloomington. Ill.. .Mr. and are guests for a few weeks of Judge McManamy's daughter. Mrs. Frank Dobbe of Haverkos Court an,'
Mrs. C. A. Barnes and son of Tampa...John F. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. G. D. her sister. Mrs. Ellen Conroy of Seaside GardensMR.
Brockman of Tampa..Mr.and Mrs.Chester Higginsof McManamy,(left), owners of Merrlmac on the Gulf. AND MRS. ARTHUR M. GRASSE. who hay
Bradenton.. .Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz of (ISLANDER PHOTO) vacationed for several months at Bimini Bay. Ann.
Green Lake. Wis...Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Carter ofJanesvllle. Maria, left recently for Harbert. Mich., for th
Wis...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Savage and LAY-Z-LFV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Handof summer. 1
family of Battle Creek. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Buffalo N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.James C.McCraney DALE MARLER son of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Marler "
Brassell and family of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fussell of Lake- of Lakeland and Anna Maria last week graduated 'r,
Scott Patrick of St. Petersburg. ..Charlie Kaln. Eddie land...Mr. and Mrs. H.E:House of Lansing Mich... from Florida State University.MRS. .
Selph and Harold Maddox of Lakeland. Tim Allen of Bradenton. CECIL HOOK of Bradenton Beach has gone to
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rothlauf of PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Peter AH of Andes Vienna. Va. for several months.
Ruskin. ..Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen of Tampa. N. Y..Mrs. Elmer H. Spatz and family of Potts- MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM PETERS of Seymour.
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Snyder and town. Pa.FLAMINGO. Ind. are visiting their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N.Snyder of Tampa..Jim Cooke of COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. LeonR. and Mrs. A. E. Pierce Jr. of Marina Drive. Holmes
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Anderson and Engle of Nichols.S. Beach. Another guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce is
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tidball and family all of Columbus S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Pierce's sister. Mrs. Susie Harlow of Bloomington -
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell of Waltham. liam King and party of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. L. Ind.
Mass. Sharp of Pine Mount. 111.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Headyof MR. AND MRS. A. WEIR WRIGHT of North Harbor
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Kokomo Ind..Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kennedy of Drive Holmes Beach left for Westmount.Montreal.
Hatfield of Poster Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Joseph New Brunswick. N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Per- recently after occupying their home on the Island
Bradshaw Wilmington Del.. .Mr.and Mrs. Thomas due and party of Roanoke Va. for four months.
E. Dunn of McHenry Ill.. .Mr. and Mrs. Carl CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stapp of MRS. GRAEME GORRIE of 83rd Street. Holmes
Shepard of Akron N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Murray Louisville Ky.PROTHERO Beach has returned home from an extended trip to
Rothaus and family of McGuire AFB N. J. APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeN. Italy.
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAYMOTEL:Mr.and Bennett and daughter Pam of Harvey 111. MR. AND MRS. CARL A. ANDERSON of Seaside
Mrs. Harry C. Ludlow of Islington Ont...Mr. and TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. David Connelly of Gardens have returned to Canandaigua N. Y. for the
Mrs. Don Wood of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Schenectady. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kunler of summer months.
Ralph J. Fltthaus of Detroit...Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lancaster. Ohio...Mr and Mrs. Don McGinnis of MR. AND MRS. HARRY M. RIFE of Cocoanut AVe-
Gorski of Oak Park Mich..Mr. and Mrs.Jack Hillsof Henderson. Ky...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard of nue, Anna Maria returned home a few days ago after
Englewood...Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Perry of Woodstock. N. H...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shen of Chicago visiting their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.and Mrs.
Erie. Pa...Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith of Hallandale ...Mr. and Mrs. H. Drlsklll of Montgomery. Ohio. Tony Lyle. and children in New Orleans.MR. .
...Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen and John L. Moore MISS DIANNE BELL of Miami is visiting at the AND MRS. STANLEY E. JOHNSON left a few
all of Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dawes of home of her grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. C. days ago for their summer home in Cedar. Mich..
Schenectady. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hum- Benjamin of 75th Street Holmes Beach. Miss Bell after vacationing on the Island for the winter.
phrey of St. Petersburg. ..C.M. Escue Lakeland... graduated from Charron-WUl1ams Business Schoolin MRS. ORLAND C. HUTCHINSON has returned to
,Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schwarz of Rochester Minn. Miami earlier this month. Huntington W. Va. for the summer.

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to Stolkholm. But my money ran out again. Wentto
x Ancient Mariner' OhlsonThe j Goteborg then shipped to England. All had left
I was two English pounds. The Swedish Consul in -.
wind was cold but for Cap'n Ohlson sitting In k London got me into the Scandinavian home for
k [he lee of his waterfront villa the sun was bright. So I T;: ::;.. "17r sailors till I found a new berth. This time out of
i gas his memory. The Wedding Guest listened rapt. Liverpool for New Orleans. There I joined the
United States Navy.
I I signed on as a Swedish seaman on an English r
i ship out of Liverpool with a cargo of coal for } -# it st tgt rrr Somewhere in his travels Cap'n Ohlson took on a
Africa. The year? About 190O I think. You know. hobby strange for a Swedish seaman (or was It?) of
l I'm 95 now. We stopped at Las Palmas in the collecting stamps. He had some good ones. Most he
Canaries. I had been made quartermaster as I sold some years ago for"eating money." But he still
could steer the ship. We put up at Freetown in has some good ones left which he would now like to
Sierra Leone. The native pilot wouldn't let our sell.
captain put any of his crew ashore the yellow By this time the wedding guest had to leave. As he
fever was raging. The captain was told to hang upa {! saw all Cap'n Ohlson*a cats he remembered that earlier -
large bucket of whiskey liberally laced with J d Ancient Mariner when he said uF are we II.
quinine so the crew could drink all they could han- farewell but this I tell, to thee thou wedding guest
I dIe. 'That is,' said the pilot 'if you want to have he prayeth" well who loveth well both man and bird
any crew left.* We all got drunk but we all lived. .k and beast.
I didn't mind not going ashore because you know Cap'n has been a widower these more than 20
lots of those natives were cannibals. years. In stormy weather his little villa is dark
4 f chill and lonely. But when the sun shines. Cap'n
(It was about that time over here that the United sometimes lives again with his memories.
': :tates Navy was learning how to control yellow fever.) 1 EDITOR'S NOTE: The foregoing story about Oscar ,

1 Ohlson was written by a prominent Island resident \
'f, We dropped in at Gabon. That was a French who prefers to remain anonymous because he does
) colony. They hated the English would not give the "not pretend to be a. writer of feature stories" but
captain water. There were cannibals there too. who obviously is both an admirer of "Cap'n" Oscar
. We went around the Cape of Good Hope and up to OSCAR OHLSON Ohlson and a whimsical admirer of Samuel Taylor
Durban. Coleridge (If memory serves us right).
Somewhere off Brazil we crossed the equator Although we never have talked with Cap'n Ohlson
;. I, Here the Wedding Guest interrupted.Did you but ran Into the doldrums and lay to for weeks we believe him to be a colorful teller of tales--and
[:hoot an albatross? "No," said Cap'n "but there no wind. not above "bending" a detail here and thereto make
,ere lots around they kept the ship clean." the story more Interesting or exciting. There Is little
Here the Wedding Guest murmured softly "Day doubt however that before settling on the Island,he
At Durban we were paid off,and after my money after day day after day we stuck nor breath nor led an adventurous life so If his stories are madeto
f ran out, I shipped on a sailing vessel for Sydney.But motion as idle as a painted ship upon a painted pack a greater wallop by the addition or changingof
the winds weren't right and we could not go ocean." Cap'n didn't seem to hear but kept on. a few details what Is the harm?
below Australia had to go north stopped for a According to an earlier tory In The ISLANDER
) while at Thursday Island then got to Port Douglasin We finally got the wind and when we made the written about ten years ago Cap'n Ohluon gave the
Queensland. That ship never did get to Sydney. English Channel we went through with a gale date of his birth as 1872. He told the earlier Interviewer -
I did, but not for some time. I got back to Thursday behind us. Our steward the cook had died and that he had been a sailor speculator clown
Island decided to try my hand at pearl fishing. Got the captain put In at Helslngor to bury him. magician acrobat copra dealer pearl fisher flagpole
j. a boat and a crew. You stay out six months three painter kangaroo hunter prisoner on a chain
months out, three months back. I got only one good (Hclsingor is Shakespeare's "Elslnorc", but by gang In Georgia and "a bad egg when I was young."
pearl. You know the black ones are three times then Hamlet's father's ghost had long since been lie made many trips aa a merchant .sailor and in
the value of the white But the which is exorcised.
ones. shell ) addition served aa an enlisted man In both the
very pretty brought us some money.I Swedish and United States navies. Ho haa lived on the
arranged to get to Sydney on another boat I had a fight with the new cook and quit the ship. Island since 1937 when ho drove here from Long
and when my money was gone again signed on a Crossed over the strait in a ferry to Sweden got Island In a car which was his homo for some years.yr' .
Danish sailing ship for Riga in the Baltic. We madeit I
to Cape Horn in the roaring forties and so up
the east of South America.

Here the Wedding Guest interrupted again. "Did .
'ou see ice mast high go floating by as green as
''fit merald?** Cap'n Ignored the interruption.
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I CANDIDATES AND REFERENDUMS TO APPEAR ON MAY 5 PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT


DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN '

CONGRESSIONAL County Prosecuting AttorneyVote STATE

( for )
one
; United States SenatorVote JERRY R. HUSSEYR. GovernorVote

( for one) J. (Bob) MARSHALLR. ( for one)
J. (Jake) RITTER JR.
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND KEN FOLKSH.
BRAILEY ODHAM SheriffVote B. (Bob) FOSTER
CHARLES R. HOLLEY
( for one)
STATE
.- Constable District No. 6
ROY F. BADEN
GovernorVote GEORGE H. GILL (Vote for one)

HOWARD W. (Pat) KIRK
( for one) JAMES R. BECK

Tax CollectorVote JOHN C. IBASFALEAN

HAYDON BURNS ( for one)
FRED BUD DICKINSON
ROBERT KING HIGH
JOSEPH F. (Joe) GARROTTG.
PROPOSED PORT AUTHORITYShall
FREDERICK B. KARL
SCOTT KELLY E. (Gib) JOHNSON the Board of County Commissioners of

JOHN E. (Jack) MATHEWS County SurveyorVote Manatee County Florida as the Manatee
County Port Authority be authorized to levya
( for )
Attorney GeneralVote one tax not exceeding .25 mills to be pledged as
additional security for the issuance and the
( for one) MORRIS LEO MILLS ,
payment of revenue bonds or certificates that
i EARL FAIRCLOTHJAMES WILLIAM A. ROBERTS may be issued from time to time for the

)>i W. KYNES Constable District No. 6 financing of the development of the Piney
Point Port Area.
Commissioner, (Vote for one)
PROPOSED BONDS
Florida Public Utilities CommissionVote DICK CUMMINGS Shall bonds of the County of Manatee be issued
W. D. (Bill) FORT
at one time or from time to time in the aggre-
( for one) WILLIAM D. PARKER
gate principal amount of not exceeding Two
JAMES H. PHILLIPS
PHILLIP S. BREWER Million (2000000.00 Dollars bearing
DORMAN J. ROBERTS
EDWIN L. "Ed" MASON Interest not exceeding Six percentum(6%)per
Anti Mosquito annum and maturing not later than thirty(30)

State Attorney District CommissionerGROUP years from the date of Issuance for the pur-
pose of financing the costs to erect new
Twelfth Judicial CircuitVote 1 (Two Year Term) hospital buildings and additions to the existing

(Vote for one) buildings of the Manatee Memorial Hospital of
( for )
one
Manatee County Florida.
SAMUEL L. CROSTHWAITT.
FRANK SCHAUB
M. GILMORE
W. M. (Mickey) SMILEY JR. (The two referendums above will appear on

COUNTYCounty GROUP 2 (Four Year Term) the ballot at the Primary Elections on May 5))

(Vote for one)

Commissioner

District No. 1 JAMES H. S. MOODY J. NORSKOV ATTENTION H I VOTERS!!!


(Vote for one) GROUP 3 (Two Year Term)
ALL VOTERS IN THE CITY OF HOLMES
RICHARD P. (Dick) BRIGGSM. (Vote for one)
B. (Mickey) HARRISON BEACH will be required to re-register at
the Holmes Beach City Office in order to vote

._, ,. County Commissioner J. N. McCLURE in local (city) elections. Qualified voters may
.... :"..... MICHAEL ANTHONY MURPHY. Jrefflater..b e-n 9 A.m.,and 1 p.m.,Monday.
t District No.3. through Fridays.The 1

(Vote for one) object of the re-registration is to
Elgin Water Softeners and Filters purge the registration list of names of voters

MALCOLM R. DUGGAN who no longer are qualified to vote in city

DUANE (Red) LEE BUY THE BEST FOR LESS elections.
This re-registration has no bearing on the
NATHAN J. (Nate) TAYLOR
FULLY GUARANTEED
qualifications of voters to vote in National
County Commissioner State and County elections such as the

District No. 5 BONDED & INSURED Primary Elections to take place on May 5.

(Vote for one) Pauline II. Archer City Clerk
778-1486 RoY PHILLIPS 744-5142 City of Holmes Beach
ROBERT C. (Bob) HUTCHES
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BRIDGE TOLLS . -
(Continued from Page 1) .F jr I
Hoffman Ernie Cagnina
and A. L. Bill Genung
division president. I
According to Genung all
Island businesses are cooperating !
in planning of
some gala Island days 9
beginning with the discontinuance -
of the tollson
Tuesday.
More than 50 prizes have
been contributed by Island "" S J
businesses and registration 1
blanks will be readyat ti'W
dozens of places on the -
Island. The blanks are to
be filled out and depositedin
boxes provided for that
purpose. At the end of the
M
week the blanks will be
1.s
collected at one central

point and prize winners When Tarpon fishing on the West catcii.JL Tarpon on the West Coast.
will be named. The prizes Coast of Florida was better than Mr. Riggin was the father of Island
will be in the form of giftor good--in 1905. Pictured above were resident Mrs. Frances Livingston
merchandise certificates George Riggin (left) and Mr. and herself an enthusiastic and success-
and winners will ful "fisherman." Picture takenin
Mrs. Joe Uachman. with ten large was
have to visit the mer- Tarpon caught in one forenoon.Mrs. front of the Dell Haven Inn Sara-
chants to pick up prizes. Bachman was the first woman to sota then part of Manatee County.

CHAMBER MEETING. . publication the preambleis private citizens also had Anyone For Golf?
(Continued from Page 1) to be published.A removed many dead treesA
Ruth Mahar and John book will be preparedof bid by the Island Sanitation J. D. Webb. Dr. Ed Buth
Beckett. A new directorwill all resolutions passedby Service for $20 fora and Cotton Brewer have
have to be appointedto the board of aldermen.The compressed 16-cublc been named as commit
take Beckett's place on Lee Waite of Anna Maria(upper right)receives Fish- original resolutions yard load was acceptedfor tee to explore the possibility -
the board.A Of-The-Month trophy from Frank Cavendish of the are part of the minutes of the city trash pickupto of building a nlne-
chamber sponsored Rod & Reel Pier for best fish caught at pier during the board meetings and start next week. There hole golf course at Key
welcome sign at the south March. Trophy winner is picked by a group of six at present there are no were no other bidders. Royalc. They have calleda
end will be moved to a judges. Waite's winning catch was a large flounder. copies. Scott recommended that meeting of everyone
location at the north end Jim Gerling of Oneco (lower picture) with possible Varley reported that the County Mosquito Control interested to be held at
of the Longboat Key world record breaking Klngfish caught on eightpoundtest dead pine trees In the city Director Larry Rhodesbe the Holmes Beach City
Bridge. That sign and line. Fish weighed 41 pounds 12 ounces and was rights of way have been requested to have some Office at 8 p.m.. Thursday -
two similar ones will be 52 Inches long. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) removed and no more mosquito breeding areas May 7.
repainted. tree work will be necessary dug out. The city will senda
Attention of memberswas five streets. Actual bids ordinance introduced by for several months check to the mosquito The next scheduled
called to the Miss for the proposed work Varley will be preparedby when a survey will be control commission for meeting of the board of
Manatee County contest will be obtained. City Attorney Clyde made to see if any trees which it will receive more aldermen will be held at
to take place at the Bra- Introduced by Varley a Goebel. It will require now appearing to be alive than the value of the checkin 7:30 p.m., Tuesday. May
denton Auditorium on May provision of the state election publication of new ordinances had died. lie said that state matching funds. 12.
2. code will becomea or if the ordi-
city ordinance. Another nances are too long for move I r-4
you up
HOLMES BEACH . t
(Continued from Page 1) ImI:1: FOODLINERQuality ..t -
made on cleaning and reshaping to better .
drainage ditchesby ... \
Claire Proper.. A Elra- iii: & Variety ,,!; ,
denton contractor. More living .
than 1,7OO feet of ditch IGA TabURlt USDA Cholc. B..f Chuck Rooct-Lb......39*
was completed at a cost IGA TabURlt USDA Cholc. B..f Chuck Stak..Lb...... 45* :
of only$133. Tritt thanked IGA Tobl.RU. Ground B..f-3 Lb.........................$1.39 I .., VTjm 0.
Scott and Frank Giles for IGA TabURIt DonUs B..f St.w M.at-Lb...............79* .
DELMONTE CHUNK TUNA-4 Cans for...................$1.0O --- -
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on IGA EVAPORATED MILK-8 Con for.................... $1.00 z
project. IGA RIPE *N RAGGED PEACHES-3 Cons for...........$1.00
Tritt also reported that TABLE KING FRENCH FRIES-Pkg..........................9t
several streets need re- STYROFOAM ICE CHEST.....................................SI.59
surfacing. Proper recom- PLASTIC PICNIC DISH SET....................................69*
mended "sand sealing" WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
surfaces of the streets in

question and estimatedthe Wt GOLD IOND
give stHlpS
cost to be approxi- U iI
mately $2.8OO for work on REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE -

REELECT CAGNINA. Prop. ANNA MARIA 779.I92S


FRANK !


SCHAUBYOUR CLOSE OUT c



STATE ATTORNEY _

SALE CONTINUES




K.D. LAMPS V4 OFF .


HOUSEWARES OFF with u f Lunteless electric

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CHAISE LOUNGE & PAD $12.95

RANGE and WATER HEATER

FANS 10 OFF A ll.rn.i..i.ctcir.ingo efJln wa.* pot And with a .up..fa.e..upw._,. .-..
1964 ELECTRIC % ..Lcfa nc .n>i m.ko s ru>>>ki'4 a j.y not l/ie ..&.or ....... you'.. always ..at. ora
ctw... KOMMI your kiirf.m many io. |......7 o/ bat wo lor-i tantlyf YLnrt .
.- uc4or, w.n_.CO|M,C ami furnoj h. "/". fujno,..and triYrtfw. p..rluu.tne. 6 .
Nay d....... loMgor, "'. oootor and p.or of..... Noo i.no BMP o,U CQJI t.
.. .p..bi.s w ......... CLOSE-OUT ON HARDWARE .rtav tanro, a.u.-. uo ,_. ail.trw. -t s47 tutted .. Y.nW.Iy
.rith .p..I..c. .. .....t-a.un.-c plot b HC Cot .. oJortrttr .ulii.oUc.-.... i..t..iilow.. cooO loojlur
I..y.I Mc... ... ,..... o happy cnoncof to bv y... tmo to uoo.DCTU .

GIVE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS- 5< ,.l M. i i t i x.,.. ..'II...... .-...t y.r._r... -.I,.. ...rvM oar
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e 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. April 23, 1964 .


CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Lutheran Convention Roser Church News Woman's Club

BERNARD MISSION ) payment required "Behold An Open SMOKED MULLET SALE The board of directorsof
(Roman Catholic) Door/* Is the theme of the The Youth Groups of the the Island Woman's
minimumFOR .
Rev. Francis F. Welemlllel 8 lino-SljDO-60. second annual conventionof R 0 S e r Memorial Community Club met at the home of

MASS: the Lutheran ChurchWomen Church will con- Mrs. Edward Swartz of a
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 Florida Synodical duct a sale of smoked Key Royale Drive Monday

WEEKDAYS: 8 am SALE New Home on :4U4 ru Unit hosted by Redeemer mullet Friday Apr. 24. afternoon.
HOLY DAYS: 8 am Seawalled B.drootn.2 Canal Bathes Frontage.Large 3 Florid Large Lutheran Church, 4355 The sale will take placeat Mrs. Ira Mishler president -

6 pm Room and 2-Car ear.... Tile Rodstn.ulat.di Central Ave., St. Petersburg the church parking lot and Mrs. A. G.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: heat e. air Intercom conditioning.yetem Call* central 77.- Apr. 21, 22 and 23. and at the Anna Maria IGA Birkman first vice president -

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm 2l7Z-.n PROPERTY MAINTENAMCEl The Rev. Roy 11 A. Store and the fish will be the delegates to the
YEAR AROUND MOWING. TRIMMINC. Yount president of the ready at 11 a.m., and will recent convention of the
Harv.y M.morlal Church EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL Florida Synod Lutheran sell for a donation of 75 Florida Federation ofWomen.s
(N o n-D.nom i n a t(on a l) ISHED.WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
PROMPT EPFICIENT SERVICE.plu Church in America delivered cents per pound. Youth of Clubs at Jacksonville -
Bradenton Beach .
R.". A. W. Slmm REASONABLE KEN FELLOWS.ItA TE5-.a"erenc.PHONE 77S-2B94* the communion the church have tickets reported on the
aftjfT 4t3O P.M-210-8frh,St.. H. B.NEW sermon at the Redeemer for sale and orders may meeting. They returned
SUNDAY
9:15 a.m.: Sunday School. Rent.>room by year Deluxe-$6S ApartmentFor per month.*-* Church on the evening of be placed through the office with a certificate of honor
'i.i1HfMti" l1 i.. ar'" the opening day of the of the church at award and a $25 U. S.
Church Service.
nt-
Q30 a.m. T G r appo
mentNO WAITING. Pierrea Studio.4SOO convention. Mrs. E. G. 778-2882. Proceeds from Savings Bond. Their full H.
Christian Scloncw Service Gulf Drl".. Holm.. Beach.. For Price national presidentof the sale will be used to report will be made to the
IppMntmenttstl 77 -M41.tlee
A. M. Community H.... [ :.u I r : Service. LCW will be the speaker secure needed camping next general meeting of +..

SUNDAY: Fnnlk FOR SALE B..rd.- 'tOl'l'm.) 5. following the closing equipment for the young the club to be held at the ? .

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN for ONLY 10000. Write P.O.Bos7. banquet which is to be people. Community House at 10 PHOTO BY RENE RE DON
SCIENCE SERVICE. of>aNJ< ,3AT STORAGE ...U. held at the Outrigger Inn a.m., Wednesday May 6. .

Gloria' 0.1 Evangelical able at ONLY$7.90:INC-per month the. at 7 p.m., Thursday Apr. ROSER MEN'S CLUB Plans and suggestionsfor Mrs. Swartz was assistedby

Lutheran Church BAYOU nn.RM srts MARINA.'rf alt 77-4, B.yBlvd.So.' 23.Members The Men's Club of Roser club activities duringthe her sister-in-law,

R.". L,..t.r M. Ul.. Pastor THREE-KOOM FURNISHED APARTMPNT. IlATED.. of Gloria Del Church will hold a regular summer and fall were Mrs. Donald Swartz.
SUNDAY: PHONg 77aai. Church attending the con- monthly meeting at 7:30 discussed after which a Others at the meetingwere

9:15 am Church School. FOR SALGi NET.LpANDEWSIXFOOTMINNOW Call 74O-2O63 after vention are: Mrs. L. M. p.m., Tuesday Apr. 28. social hour was enjoyed.a Mrs. Sam Bailey
10:30 am Worship Service. Utz Mrs. Edward Johnson All men of the communityare Mrs. Wallace Gray Mrs.
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. HOME FORSALB OF BVOWNERl SUNRISE PARK THE MODEL-.Com- Mrs. Samuel Bailey invited to attend. The meeting of the Island Frank Schroeder Mrs.
pletely Furnlabed. Terrazzo Floor: Mrs. E. W. Huth Mrs. Rev. Richard K. Wiggins High Twelve Club to be Lee Thomas Mrs. Ralph
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Central COMPLETELY AIR Spaclou CONDITIONED* Living Russell Homer Mrs. will be in charge of the held at the Holmes Beach Kendall Mrs. Max Kun-
A.". L.. A.t"1 i l1. Pester Room '/H"JfAc. ; 2 Bedrooms Almeda Lee Mrs. Earle program and will show a Yacht Club at noon kel Mrs. Ronald McLeod. f
Tiled Baths Light Bright Kitchens "
SUNDAY: Airy Screened Porch. ALSO. Doubl. Cromer, Mrs. Jack film entitled "A New Dayin Thursday Apr. 23. Quinn Mrs. James Sipolski,
8:45 am Sunday School. Corner Garages Lot.(onJ';.a block a Pump.10 the Large Gulf) Holmes Mrs. Max Kun- Nepal." Light refreshments will describe the plans Mrs. Harold Hayes Mrs.
10:00 am Worship Service. baa fenced rear yard. BOAT DOCK. kel, Mrs. Edward Swartz will be served. for ceremonies next week August Wagner Mrs.
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. Good I Financing a Term. Call 77'- Miss Louisa Kunkel and when the tolls are taken George Clark Mrs. Ver-

6:30 pm Worship Service. ISLANDER FJ/OIOSi/ furnish A.a_3x7 nice Inch IQ Mrs. Vernon Lamp the .High Twelve Club off the two Island bridges.On non Lamp Mrs. Erven
we can
our r.adera.
TUESDAY: .niarg.m.nt..fanrpicture appear IngIn official delegate of the Robert Quinn immediatepast the following Thursday Ehrke Mrs. Lawrence
The ISLANDER to*only$1.23 each. Gloria Dei Church Womento of the Man- 30
7:00 pm Church Choir. Call' a-iqaij or HOP at the office.LOTS president Apr. a sports Colby Miss Marion Col-
7:00 pm RA.GA. FOR SALEi: ; 95 fU on Canal. the annual conventionof atee County Chamber of film will be shown at the man Mrs. Kenneth Tout

Sunbeams. priced 72nd Sc.-I4.000i for quick .Blmlnl.I.. Gulf Bay From.Lot the Church Women. Commerce' will speak to club meeting. and Dr. Jane Carboni.
SIO.OOOj 77th St. Canal .OOOj 73ch .
ROBOT Memorial) Church St. Canal. W.XJOj: 73rd 5C.. S3.0OO.
IN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real &'Ial.Eflrt *
(NoffDonomlnotlonol I) lift"Eft St 77i-a3a-
R... Richard K. WI. tne > SALHi Tfoj Comet Sedan.
Only 3.OOO mlles..Uke Newt Owner
P..rTIIURSDAY Leaving Country.Must Sell.Sacrifice. As Our THIRD ANNIVERSARY
: 77f-l3j f\.irl"tt MJ Periwinkle.FOR .
on Palmetto A"... I
6:30 pm Junior Choir. Ann....r...Good location.Writ.owner It t
7:30 pm Senior Choir. Joeeph Yuralkl. Rb I. BllaafUld.Ing. II
FRIDAY: Ul t8CA MY= lt lf I

11:00 am Smoked Mullet Also? gtV4f Dreeamaklng.I2 *J'}'Drape- ** *.Mra.ptVJ Approaches, W* Again Say : j
Sale. FOR RENTi Tvw Bedroom Cottage
la tlolmee Beicli. Full garage withehopi
SUNDAY: telephonei radiant heat and airconditioning.

9:00 am Worship Service. luau to N..._.Phelu Cato,".private-I. beach.
10:00 am Sunday School. FOR SALE, 16 Jalouele Window la >,
V\.\& am ''Wou"'p ftctvlce. Emotions Ceaattlee.. Sa a.c.Me r blaA .. \.. U .. "THANKS"very r .... .. 4."' e.ii.
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7:30 pm Sr.&Int. Youth ': nm

Fellowships. vallaMe at Reeer chinch perklM tot ii iiPa I
sad Aims Marl ICA.Friday April 34.siaeil .

MONDAY 7:00 pm :Boy Scout Troop 7. .r.7 ... To ee're*.ev.4-froa eremUe peelic,*-. Humbly and Proudly To 0r Many 1

TUESDAY: Uako nrt". efTer.'....1-TTe-IMl._...... *ia Oelf

I, 7:30 pm Men's Club. C.ston.rs and Friends Who Havt Mod it )

church of The AnwwnclotionC.lacoool

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..... OereU K. Lew. .......
Possible for O.r TOTAL RESOURCESTo
THURSDAY: 1
9:00 am Holy Eucharist. Save with U. S. i


FOURTII EASTER: SUNDAY AFTER Savings Bonds I. in Excess off$4,000,000M )

8:00 am Holy Eucharist.
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r. rr. a. r wer d..a..f .
10:30 am Family Eucharist & / faU eeeer..<..M...,. TIe ........ ,
Sermon. Church School. era O.parfine.fMse (A. a'<-
listsd eo.IMi .w4
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FRIDAY:
10:00 am Prayer Group. I

SATURDAY ELECT--

SUNDAY 1:30 pm:Choir Rehearsal. Manatee GEORGE County II. GILL Sheriff IF WE ARE NOT SERVING YOU IN SOME WAY, WHY

9:16 am Sunday School. I
11:00 am Worship Service& Your support in the NOT GIVE US A CHANCE? REMEMBER-WE ARE A

Sermon "For Their Sake May Primary Will De

Plus a service for they Appreciated "ONE STOP SERVICE BANK" ,:

Recognition and Installationof b1


ATTEND New Church THE Officers.CHURCH NOW THAT YOU CAN VISIT US TOLL'i'


OF YOUR CHOICE 11 WE EXTEND A SPECIAL INVITATION TO THE Residents and ;:


Businesses in CORTEZ, FLAMINGO-CAY and PALMA SOLA. f




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Thursday. April 23. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 9 :

-Connick's- TVSer. 52 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE LEAGUE STANDINGS t
Shufflin Along . .
r QirLoWllj ; Island Marine Sup. 48.5 (FINAL) (FINAL)
Connick's Is. Pharmacy
Leagve5 Bayou Marina 80.5
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) A.M.C.P. Lay-Z-Llv-N Island Marine Supply 80.5
Dot Bower 170 Schuchard Dick Wagner VanOstenb'ge Bldrs. 77.5
Peg; Hottman 164 B&K Hdw. Island Marine Roser Men's Club 70
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Betty Phillips 161 Linen Rental Sand Bar Tropical Vista 68.5
First place Linen Rental Peg; Hottman 161 Bay Area Ins. Bayou Mar. Gray's Econowash 68
Service lengthened its Betty Schmidt 159 ft ft # The ISLANDER 64
lead in the Island Mixed Peg Hottman 157 ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE C. P. Beachcombers 63
League Friday evening Dot Bower 151 (FINAL) A.M. Electric 58 1
by taking all four pointsin Roselyn Haverkos 149 Bayou Marina and Island Bay Area Ins. 58
its match with Island Betty Schmidt 145 Marine Supply wound up in Schuchard Plumbing 56.5a
Pharmacy. High scores in Betty Carter 144 tie in Island Bowling Pete Reynard's Rest. 47.5
match Chick .
the were: League action Monday evening -
Chapman. 217-564 and HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) as both teams won TOP TEN GAMES
Harvey Meyer 192-538. Peg Hottman 482 three points in their last Jim Whichet 233
Other scores were:Dick Dot Bower 458 scheduled matches. In a Lloyd Hanson 221 ISLANDER PHOTO BY RCDON
Wagner Realty 4. Island Betty Schmidt 427 three-game playoff folRoger Haynes 215
Marine Supply O. (Peg Dot Davidson 408 lowing the regular play. George Dykstra 209 MRS. NELLIE WAUGH. JOHN F. CURRY 57. of
Hottman. 164-482; Bill Phyllis Chapman 408 Bayou Marina took all Hugh Holmes 209 78, of 2706 Avenue B. 708 Jungle Queen Way.
Gibson 164-414)). Roselyn Haverkos 405 three games and total pins George Dykstra 202 Holmes Beach died at her Longboat Key. died at a
Bay Area Insurance 4, Phyllis Moc 398 to win the league championship Art King 202 home Wednesday.Apr. IS. local hospital. Thursday.
Connick's TV Service O. Betty Carter 393 for the season. Art Schumaker 202 Dorn In II a t tie s bur g. Apr. 16. Dorn In Lawrence -
(Aaron VanOstenbridge Kathryn Green 387 Team and high individual Walt Sparks 200 Miss., she moved to the Mass.. he movedto
210-527; Dick Connick Virginia Dunham 383 scores were: Bayou Kayo Keding 199 Island six years ago from Longboat Key from
199-497). Marina 3, Gray's Econo- Attica. Ind.. where she Weymouth. Mass a year
Bayou Marina 2, Sand HIGH GAMES (MEN) wash 1. (Gary Wagner TOP TEN SERIES and her husband were co- and a half ago lie was
Bar 2.(Hank Barber 189- Chick Chapman 217 191-556; Jim Eddowes Roger Haynes 589 owners of a drug store. employed by the Boston
505; Byron Arkebauer Pat Flanagan 211 186, Wally Gray 496). George Dykstra 582 She was a member of the Red Sox. He was a mem-
192-519). Lloyd Hanson 210 Island Marine Supply 3, Jim Wulchet 572 Attica Methodist Church ber of St. Bernard Catholic -
Anna Maria City Pier 2, Aaron VanOstenb'ge 210 City Pier Beachcombers Kayo Keding 564 and Past Matron of Attica Church of Holmes
Schuchard Plumbing Chick Chapman 200 1. (Jim Wuichet.233-572; Lloyd Hanson 563 Chapter 125. Order of Beach.
(Glenn Safford. 198-526; Dick Connick 199 Art Schumaker.202-554)). Art King 557 Eastern Star.Survivors Survivors are his wife
Frank Moc 191-528)). Glenn Safford 198 The ISLANDER 4. Pete Gary Wagner 556 are her husband Mrs. Elinor P. Curry of
B & K Hardware 2,Lay- Bob Reinel 193 Reynard's Restaurant 0. Art Schumaker 554 Fred Waugh of Longboat Key: a brother.
Z-Liv-N Motel 2. (Lloyd Harvey Meyer 192 (Kayo Keding. 199-564; Hugh Holmes 534 Holmes Beach and a sis Joseph J. Gurry of Salem
[Hanson. 210-541; Bob Byron Arkebauer 192 Leon Stafford. 192-508)). Walt Sparks 528 ter. Mrs. Minnie Stclnrlcdc Mass., and two sisters
[Reinel 193-557)). Anna Maria Electric 3. of YazooCityMiss. Mrs. George Perry of
# HIGH SERIES (MEN) VanOstcnbridge Builders TEN LOW GAMES Funeral services were Hampton Beach N.H. and
LEAGUE STANDINGS Chick Chapman 564 1. (Walt Sparks. 200-528; John Duytschavcr 109 held at Gr iff 1 th-Cllne Mrs. John A. Frlel of
t ,inen Rental Service 78.5 Bob Relnel 557 George Dykst'a,209-582)). Fred Horne 112 Inland Chapel Monday Andover Mass.
[Bayou Marina 76.5 Lloyd Hanson 541 Bay Area Insurance 3, Fred Home 112 forenoon with the Rev. A requiem high mass
A.M.City Pier 70.5 Harvey Meyer 538 Schuchard Plumbing JIM EDDOWES 112 Richard K. Wiggins pas- was conducted at St. Bernard -
Schuchard Plumbing 66 Frank Moc 528 (Lloyd Hanson 221-563; LaMoine Baker 113 tor of Roser Memorial Church Monday
'"- 1 Dick Wagner Realty 66 Aaron VanOstenb'ge 527 George Randall 186-490)). Glenn Carlson 114 Community Church, offi morning with the Rev.
l- Island Pharmacy 64 Glenn Safford 526 Tropical Vista 3, Roser PAT FLANAGAN 115 ciating. Interment was at Francis F. Welsmlller.
I't k.Sand Bar 63.5 Pat Flanagan 523 Men's Club 1. (Roger Elmer Twist 118 Manasota Memorial Park pastor of the church of-
,$ & K Hardware 63.5 Byron Arkebauer 519 Haynes, 215-589; Bob De- LaMoine Baker 120 with members of the Island ficiating. Interment was
w MJ Bay Area Insurance 62 Frank Davidson 511 Vane 169-499). Richard Wiggins 122 High Twelve Club as at Man a 80 t a Memorial
i,
Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel 55 pallbearers. Park.

THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE!
AVE YOU NOTICED... ANNA Llcn MARIA..d Electrical ELECTRIC' HOLMES BEACH In ll..w.... ro.-.60& r.._..A__......
[that the ISLAND'S MOST I Contractors 31t OlhautulairNO
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSESTABLISHMENTS Golf Drlv. *> at Plna AvanwaU.
,( . I (ROY) FERGUSONPHONESi TRASH PICKUP
ft END OF IoHCDOAT KF.Yw
,ADVERTISE IN THE Night Dar 778-2143 7782059 L..cAa ., 12-Dla..f. .' 4 m.m..
ISLANDER? tAflASOTAQ I."'''''
ec -" ., ..Starting Monday. April 27. traah will bo
c picked up by the City. The first cubic yard
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEA compressed will be picked up at no cost. Any NURSES
I trash in excess of one cubic yard will be at TAKE
6 the owner's and
property expense payment
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
a MUST be arranged with the truck driver at M1 SHOE
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CALL 778-1771 the time it Is picked up.

NIGHT 778-1440 COMFORT
Only burnable trash is acceptable--no logs A
Anna Maria Island's Only branches more than six feet long no large
roots nor other non-combustible material.Be SERIOUSLY
LICENSED CAR DEALER ready by April 271 There will be only
one pickup. Trash must be easily accessiblenear
Buick I -Rambl-Do PAULINE II. ARCHER
City Clerk SO MANY

ReElectED CHOOSEMASONI



BEST PLACE TO BQ ucra VOTE MASON

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Page 10 THE ISLANDER Thursday.h___ April 23. 1964

Key Royale Sales

; ,. ,,
.""... dL ''
Booming '. .
? ;.J'i;)5iti,..; :: :,..
Fourteen states and two
foreign countries have
been represented in the Home at 212 -83rd St., t
last 21 sales by Key Roy- Holmes Beach recently __ _
ale Homes, Inc.* the purchased by Mrs. Ruth
brokerage firm handlingthe Pariseau from Mr. and
!E
Key Royale and Bay Mrs. Howard Wayman.
Palms propertiesac Sale was negotiated by
cording to Howard Adams Dick Wagner Realtor _
manager of the firm. The of Bradenton Beach.
sales of building sites (ISLANDER PHOTO)
and homes have been the
result of a "nice steady
flow of business particularly
in recent weeks" .
Adams reported.He .

also reported that ,...... -,,:
other brokers contributedtheir \' 'T
efforts in seven of
the 21 transactions.Great NEW HOMEat50B-71st
optimism also was expressed Street Holmes Beach .11 .I M $ i. ,
for the future. purchased by Mr. and
"The opening of the Mrs. W. E. Metzger of
Formica World s Fair Cincinnati from the Wm.B. .
House' on Key Royale'next Lee Co., builder of

.,., month removal of the home. Transactionwas
) the bridge tolls and the negotiated by Key
preliminary survey see Royale Homes Inc.
what interest there may (ISLANDER PHOTO)
be in a short nine-hole
golf course on the Key
all should have some effect y r
y
Y on our sales Adams
said. "We are now oper-
ating at more than a salea
week and have been for
more than four months.It Former "Islander"model
,4
i I is difficult to forecast home 312-66th

1 season but our could current turn selling into a Street which has Holmes been purchased Beach- I1iiujiiiiri.

, / / .11 much longer period than by Mr. and Mrs.
,-- usual. We are very proudof Harold Huse of Youngs- ,
.i- '
our sales personnel town N. Y. Sale was t'
..i14.' ff//// / 1 I I and their record so far handled by Key Royale
1
..' this year in a very com- Homes. Inc. (ISLANDER I ,
PHOTO)
petitive waterfront devel- I k.
II
opment market.READ" J I : : ==


THE ISLANDER i ------l. t

f / ,I f
NEW waterfront home at
1 1// I/111/l 620 Concord Lane Key .1
Ask
For ... Royale Holmes Beach .. '
1 1 D recently purchased by '
Mr. and Mrs. For r eat N. .:
Miller of Holmes Beach
Hood'sMilk from the builder the

II//e's been sold to Kansas City." Wm. B. Lee Co. Key i
Royale Homes Inc. was i
the broker in the trans- ",I
action. (Islander Photo) ,- 1

Have Your PAINTING c -
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Done By EXPERTSI! --- ---

HARRY M. RIFE From Your Handsome home at 223 J .I:

LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR FRIENDLYROUTE Oak Avenue Anna Ma- .
ria, purchased recentlyby
.
Ffco 778-1341 AIMM Mo.... Dr. and Mrs. II.Mll- .
MAN
ton Berg of Bismarck 11
N. D., from Col. and I
Mrs. James E. Maloney 1
of Anna Maria. John B. I
Pro the r o, Registered
world f..... Real Estate Broker, of "-
I Infl'
1 116 81st St., Holmes .
Beach, negotiated the !
transaction. (Islander
Photo)
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I ONE BEDROOM MEDALLION

APARTMENT HOME,
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SALE STILL GOING ON (INCOOOCATID) JACK HOLMES RMftor
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POST OFFICE PLAZA ANNA MARIA T.lepl__... 778.2022 Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr.





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LAND REAL ESTATE I I




LOTS LOTS LOTS BIMINI BAY ESTATES READY FOR DEVELOPMENTEIGHT

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REDUCED Lots between highwayand OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN BEAUTIFUL LOTS--HIGH & WELL-

< gulf in desirable area DRAINED and in Excellent Neighborhood.
CITY OF ANNA MARIA
2 Lots 50 x 100 each TERMS
Nice Palms. Close to Beach.Zoned one family
If you are looking for an outstanding valueIn
\ BEAUTIFUL bayfront seawalled lot a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
or Private Well. ALL
Duplex. FOR $20.OOO!
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches
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i k. BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. * * * * *
fCANAL LOTS as low as $3,000 Contact your favorite Island Realtor for ,-
fe full information. MAHAR Real Estate
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RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 RETIRE TO BEAUTYKEY
SISLER. DUDLEY. Brol&.r.Sal.an-778-21S6 CLOSED WEDNESDAY

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA ROYALE RESALE BEAUTIFUL

ISLAND WATERFRONT 3 BR -

JACK'S BEACH BARGAINSAT SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS DICK

BECKETT REALTY
A REAL SACRIFICE WAGNER

.- 5500 MARINA DRIVE HOLMES BEACH

.....r,.. ..,,. .- ---- PHONE 778-3333
JOHN H. BCCKCTT. JR 'VIC REIN EL.
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REALTOR


CANAL FRONT BARGAIN I

Small Down PaymentAssume 18 CANAL FRONT LOTS

Building Loan Mortgage--$110 Mo.
Two Bedrooms; Two Baths; Florida Room;
75x145 each
608 KEY ROYALE DRIVE
Screened Porch; Garage & Utility Room. :
THIS LOVELY 3-Bedroom.2-Bath.Centrally An All-Electric Medallion Home on 90x 112
Heated and Air Conditioned Home to be sold Seawalled Lot. Paved Street & Driveway.
WELL BELOW COSTI! Deep Well. Located in the Bay Palms Additionin $3,000 each: TERMS
Holmes Beach.

--OPEN DAILY FOR YOUR INSPECTIONFor -- JOHN B. PROTHERO Fovr Years To
FULL INFORMATION,see Jack Marshall Pay
KCdSTEMCD ReAL KSTATB MOKCM-SA1.CS A RENTALS See
LOTS OF LIFE IN THIS OLD LADYI
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach
Four-Bedroom Frame Cottage which Is closeto .
FISHING. SHOPPING. BEACH AND BUS. '\ ,. ..t. k REALTOR
Furnished. Some minor repairs but a real HARRY M. RIFE
, I buy at ONLY $7.000--wlth just $500 Down! LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

7 TWO BEAUTIFULLY-WOODED Water Front ...... 778-1341 AJ.W. Men. 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464
1 Lots--Palms. Pines & Cedars. Has Boat
ei Anchorago and ia Near the Ueach. Both Lots .
for ONLY $.....00 on easy terms. BUILDER OF HOMES --
Houses suitable for Island
JACK MARSHALL Realtor climate I and conditions.

M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria Remodeling.Repairs.estimates( Trustworthy Additions Vi.."". .& LflflCHmom L KLOPffM T CORPOftflTIOfl

NORMAN ROSEOALC
Anna Marie 7781410
Select your homesiteat 714 1.

OPENWATERFRONT Presents - J411
KEY ROYALE


and SAY PALMS ,..
NOT ON A CANAL--but
situated right on the wide
open water. Nice sandy'
beach. UNEXCELLEDVIEW. t4&s
3 OR--2 Tiled 4kllJ

:: :4i4 FURNISHED.Oaths. COMPLETELY BARGAIN' s

(Last week's "BEST _
BUY" was sold. Better
see this one quickly.) ... GULF DRIVECO
TOTAL Price: 22500. OrCNATIVC:
A"AHTwrHT.
C.wd.wlwlu.w__ 0.-..."'."
Call Ralph Parrishor __ .-
> rALMErroUADENTON N./1 It iMr1 er l.I
Peggy MoorePsrrisJTliMlty : HOLMES BEACH
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ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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P.O.Pl...,AMI Merle.

68 778-1902.. 778-2121 MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

301To
SARASOTA WE HAVE
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily
48 SEAWALLED WATERFRONTLOTS TWOUNFURNISHED


-- $4,000 to $12,500 FEATURING - -

HOMES for RENTon

17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS a yearly boshDon't 400.... P.......C.1a/.... Yw/ ....... 0..___ I.asrr. c-.a a/_A'? c.......N.Or ...
$2,900 to .... .... ..... .........
$4,500 T. _._ A.r1..... C. *r .I t* .....
Wait 4 w .. --.... .... ....... C.AM C a-M 4 4 O4O '-'
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HOMES See Us a.-.. ......c--. .. c.-. A. ...d....-n...O.Is.s T.w..T ,......m..sAw1l.p
ALSO
READY FOR ,..... ..... ........ .....-. A.C m.1 N.IbMM TV Aw1..w.
Wier .... .. ..
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PHONE 771-2444. BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor
en WRITE BOX 1012
ANNA MARIA Further .Information Contact Robert S. Cabl.,

MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY I c.Ma.-..c....,.......P.-.s..II......... Soles R.pr.t.ntotiv. Phone 778T611I.ursday.





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Thursday April 23. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 12

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


J AUf Call 7782012R. c "
otet d Z'tZ9 CARDS By
C. SCHUCHARDrn" r 1Td acd wudteure and inc Norcross & Gibson

-rn" CONTRACTOR Edie Schaldenbrand & Mary VerMett Gifts g Permanent Flowers
5306: HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH Greatly appreciate the visits of the many
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people who stopped by with their good wishes. FREE GIFT g MAIL WRAP
PLUMBING FIXTURES,SUPPLIES"PUMPS" REPAIRS .
Peek in our windows often 'T It -.ad..- .. Lending. LibraryDelightfully

See our Showings of t"(.,...>',. ..".. " 77J.-a.-...;;'......._ -SIW..I-......... -ctircl..wI1
MAIL BOXESWE
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HAVE ALL KINDS / /
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your
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post & house woolens 1

I blankets
also LUSTROWEARRUST Cool
sweaters
PROOF
Dacron Polyester
FREE DELIVERY draperys

Holmes Beack Supplies Inc. slip covers ?4Hqfli DRESSES

778-1131 until they have been cleaned 7tW1a1 12.98jI1vvi

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
8 Ibs. ONLY $2.00HOLMES ii PINK & BLUE

ONE MORE WEEK I at misses sizes

jewelry CLEARANCE SALE -.
BEACH 10 to 2O
Buy NOW for Mothers Day tPfr.w.


&&"< coin laundry

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!! C Mco-'J SHORTS --- 778-1161 i R +; p++

MENS 65% DACRON 35% Cotton CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
ALL Plaids Solidssizes28 to 50-$3.98-$4.98
QUALITYCOLOR
NEW WOS Solids or Checks, Seersucker -
sizes 8 to 44 $2.98 $3.39 $3.98 HANDY DANDYOPEN

,-"R ISLAND VARIETY STORE 7781021e.IutoOwners
7 A.M.-9 P.M.

EVERY DAY
ISLAND
TV SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
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AT LOWEST PRICE -O
t FOUMMC BCD*IAIT cuss
WE RENT
FLAY PINS DC>>IRS
IN HISTORY
MOTOR. BOAT AND TRAILER 'HIGH CMAIt *UNIteS JUNIA THING COTS
i STIOtLIlS *MJtMXITS
INSUKANCEAutoOwn Linen Rental Service 77=-M72
214.54th St. Holmes Beach

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\ Beach Liquor StoreHolmes
H
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YHF BeachOne Stop Shopping Center

WEEK END SPECIALSApril
UHF
i 1 anee Auto-Own compl.t.Boat ty protects Insur 23 Thru April 26
your traitor'' motor and boat
TIM GUHCOC on the road.Fire and theft TEN HIGH Quarts 3 for S12L50
.....Slit and collision protection too
Superb consoietteensembto for your boating Invest- WALKERS GIN Quart 3 for $12.25
I m.nt. For complete' protection
boating tailored n.-d call to your your IMPORTED SCOTCH-5th $442
Auto-Owners Insurance
QUANTITY LIMITED Agent today. IMPERIAL $
I ACT NOW TEN HIGHWALKERS GIN 3 fOR 10 1 00=_


NO TRADE-INS BEER 6 PACK CANS 9ge
(Bay J7reagnsurance;
ISLAND TV 778-1703 PHONE 778-2023

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 778-1697 778-1548 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE


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