Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
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 30, 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: VID00222
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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No. 651 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Bridge Tolls Now Part Of Island History IPlayers'




BanquetMore ..."".... Mrs. Earl Bibey Cuts Ribbon Opening Bridge To I
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than 100 attended last .:... .'\. \ImtiiiREsr I I 'd..... .. Free Traffic As Brief Ceremonies Mark Occasion

Thursday's annual banquet of Collection of bridge tolls Drive Bradcnton Beach was
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the Island Players at which ." '- ,,. became part of the history of the driver of the first car to
Jac Holman was the master of ; ,I. : :-.JJ..JI }, ":
'.. the Island Tuesday morning. cross the Cortcz Bridge with-
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ceremonies. .. ... Alderman Harry Varley of out paying a toll, and was the
"Mask" awards were pre- INPIECES Holmes Beach who paid the recipient of a ten-dollar merchandise -
sented to persons who for ti first toll on the Anna Maria certificate from the
three years had served the , Bridge when it opened on Island Division of chamber
Players either onstage, back- Sept., 1957 was afforded of commerce.Bob .
stage or offstage. distinction of paying the final Quinn former presidentof
Recipients of the awardswere toll collected on that bridge. the Manatee County Chamber -
: Logan M. Arnold Jim Then promptly at 7 o'clock of Commerce was the
Zerby Roger Stonehouse Dr. s as scheduled. Toll Collector master of ceremonies at the
Roy Gunther. Mrs. Sara Igo. Ed Ziegler stepped out of his brief exercises at the Manatee
Mrs. Helen Brandt,Mrs. Reba booth and signaled that the County Beach.
Brewer. Mrs. Betty Hoyle and ili1a moment of truth had arrived. State Senator Ed Price spokeof
Mrs. Ann Niesman. Mrs. Virginia Blbcy widowof the cooperative effort which
Special mask awards also the late County Commission brought about the removal of
were presented to several past Chairman Earl A. Blbey cut the tolls and praised Biboy
presidents of the organization the traditional ribbon openingthe particularly for the concerted
who also had served the Play- bridge to free traffic; the effort he had made to effect
ers in other ways: Frank Manatee High School Hand the end of the tolls.
Brechlin Mrs. Evelyn Ker- marked the end of an era with Present at the ceremonies ,
mode Mrs. Dorothea Scott music and almost immediately were county officials state
Mrs. Norma Ralston Jack afterward. State Road Department legislators chamber of commerce -
Marshall and Mrs. K. W. MwIII employees started officials and officials
Stenstrom. A mask award also ' taking down the signs and dismantling from each of the county's
was made to Francis Welsch.In 17
the toll
plaza. municipalities.
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recognition of his valuable 4 | Mm. John Ellens of Gulf Coffee and doughnuts fur-
contribution in rewiring the nished by the .Island chamberof
stage and switchboard.The As part of the festivities commerce division were
actual awards were following tho discontinuing of served at the beach pavilion.
ceramic replicas of the Greek the bridge tolls a chicken The official motorcade led \
tragedy and comedy masks barbecue will bo served at the by units of the Florida Highway -
symbolic of the theatre. south end boach on tho Island Patrol and tho Sheriff's( I
Mosquito FundA from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.. Department toured'tho Island
Sunday May 3. Members of and left via tho Cortez Bridge.
Island balance of $1.418 in the tho Sheriff POBHO will bo the Until Tuesday morning,tolls
Chamber of Commerce barbecue cooks and half had
a boon collected on tho two
division's mosquito control chicken with all tho"flxings"will : bridges to the mainland since'
fund will be divided equally be served for a donationof they woro opened In 1937.Tho
among the three Island cities. $1 per person. All political Cortez Bridge was completed
The fund raised by popular candidates have been invitedto first and was opened to traffic
subscription was used for attend tho barbecue.
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larvicidlng on the Island until
the beginning of the 1963 sum-
mer season. At that time the Mayor Says Water Situation Better"We I.
larviclding project was taken
over by the County Mosquito are very hopeful that Issued a similar order. Immediately -
Control commission. early next week customers of water consumption
Director Larry Rhodes of the the Island Water Co. will receive dropped so that a satisfactory
county group explained to the some relief from the pressure could be maintained
division members at the May, present water shortage," said for health reasons and ordinary -
1963 meeting that because the Mayor Elmer G. Twist of household use
Island cities took care of their Holmes Beach Tuesday."A as soon as It Is prac-
own mosquito fogging, the new deep well Is being ticable tho ban on
county would do the larvicidlng. connected with tho present lawns will be lifted. Wo than
supply. The chemical content the customers of the Water
The balance of the fund was .1_ and quality of the water has Co.. who cooperated' almost1OO
then deposited in an Interest- been approved by tho health percent and enabled all
bearing account at the Island authorities. A further test will users to receive a fair share
Bank for emergency mosquito be made for bacteria content of the water available.
control purposes. If not usedIn r iiJ--- but there Is not the slightestfear "We shall continue our
a year it was to be divided : of any contamination. efforts until there Is a satisfactory -
equally among the three cities. "Another well Is being tested.A and permanent
long-range program has solution to tho present prob
Draw Bridge JamsAn been Initiated to check the lem. While local heavy rains
open draw-span at the entire Island for the location have no effect on deep well
Cortcz Bridge resulted in a of old and new wells. supplies they would eliminate
serious traffic Jam late Sunday "When the acute shortage the excessive consumption of
afternoon. : developed on Apr. 18, we Issued water.
A short circuit in an electric ..L.r an order prohibiting the "We hope It rains--soon!"
motor prevented the span from 1. Black casket and wreath of old toll receipts were use of the Island Water Co.'s After three or four rainless
being closed and several hun made by Scan Chudy of Brademon (left). Next to wafer on lawns, gardens, and weeks on the Island, within two
dred cars and other vehicles Chudy just after the end of toll collections at the for other excessive uses In I hours after The ISLANDER'S
formed a widespread traffic Anna Maria Bridge was Dan McClure. newly elected! Holmes Beach. Mayor James ,Interview with Mayor Twist
tie-up on the highways at both chairman of the Manatee County Commission. Ferguson of Anna "'art.CUy i the rains camel
ends of the bridge, for more 2. Speak era. stand at the Manatee County Beach for
than an hour. Tuesday morning's ceremony marking the end of the
A substitute bridge tenderwas tolls. Gathered on the stand were many county AIl:) ANNA MARIA ISLAND WIATHE
on duty at the time of the officials state representatives, city officials from
trouble taking the place for all the county' municipalities and chamber of T....,._...... w.... .......1
the lam Hoo 6 p m tflshAft.
Cortex the regular daytime 3. Close up picture of speakers' stand shows Slate i
bridge attendant. Senator Ed H. Price Jr.. who paid tribute to the late 2110Aft. M M!) MXMi 74 Hone
Carver, when he learned of County Commission Chairman Earl Blbey. for his 22-.70 If' O 75 Non
the trouble crossed the openspan "concerted effort to bring about the removal of the Apt 23..72Aft. 90 111 V.& 75 Nuns
to the control cabin of tolls." Mrs. Blbey, who cut the ribbon at the toll gate 24..74 90 7tf V* 747tf Hens
the bridge and helped his to let the first .toll-free car across the bridge, tm Apr. 25..DO 9O MO US Nuns
relief to close the bridge< bya seated ac Price' left. I Apr. 2 manual. control. The bridgewas .4. Almost Immediately after collection of the final .
Apr 27- 7* 1Jf." w.:8 9O 77 Won
Inoperative until repairswere toll at the Anna Maria Bridge. a crew of SRD men
made later that evening started to dismantle plaza.ISLANDER PHOTOS) I

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Page 2 TilE ISLANDER
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ocber: Yesi ents o I.A.e county
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an 'will feel more closely allied

.. Editorials S'ense . with the Island.To .
THE EDITOR many especially the daily
.. by commuters the change will
Human nature being what it mean a fairish gain financially.True a
How ff looks From HereIn is, it was bound to happenl! No too, of some of the bus-
sooner were the bridge tollsno iness delivery trucks. For
every political campaign worthy of the name half the longer part of the Island instance J. C. Wright, owner
\'r. excitement is generated by the predictions of all the would-be scene Tuesday morning than and operator of the Island bus,
It and self-appointed experts and prognosticators and the there were those locals who will gain nearly $600 a year IMi
I present campaign going on all around us is no exception.New began to wish they were backor based on his six times six

"public opinion" organizations are sprouting like -- at least so they said. trips each week. j
spring dandelions and the fact that seldom do two of them After seven years, the toll But to the average resident .
agree on the "opinions of the public" as disclosed by their removal will bring about some the financial saving will be a r---'. ....- -p."r.'-..
various polls fails to detract from the excitement of the whole changes on the Island. Almost more or less minor consider- .'- ----...::-. ..,.
certainly one of the changeswill ation. Three tolls per week &1.,. . . .. .'. ."'... ..t':.
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show.Each batch of be in the adds to only $46.80 a .- i-'.....
succeeding mail brings in a new predictions greater activity up year ", _._. -- .
telling the already befuddled newspaper editor what his real estate market here although which he or she (the average '
colleagues throughout the state have advanced as their to what extent is hardto resident) probably will spendin PHOTO BY RENE REDON

"Inside" dope. This heady inside stuff is of course mailed predict. riotous living, anyway suchas CUE where it will be very
to other editors to try to influence them into taking the Probably the most significant going to a few extra movies.A possible to combine the two
"enclosed Information" to heart and making it their very own change will be a gradual loss concerted pitch to gain events.
by using it in their own journals. And thus in turn, influencinga of the typical Island resident's some new customers is being The business people must
few voters. Complicated process isn't it? natural feeling of insularity made by the Island businesspeople not forget, however that
In today's mail were the results of two such "public which for reasons we cannot and we hope it suc- while the absence of tolls on
opinion" polls one a summary of the results of questionnairesmailed always understand definitelycomes ceeds very well. the bridges doubtless will add
"to every weekly in the state" requesting "the real, to the fore from timeto DON'T FORGET! DRAWING to the number of potential
true grassroots picture in your county ." At least one of time, without conscious bid- FOR SOME 65 to 70 PRIZES customers the same fact
the state's editors of a weekly paper did NOT return the ding. WILL TAKE PLACE SUNDAY will bring the mainland com-
questionnaire feeling that there was a slight chance of And as that feeling becomes AFTERNOON AT 4, AT THE petition nearer.
getting Burned by the conflagration which Candidate Scott less compelling. Islanders will PINE GROVE AT THE SOUTH Therefore the Island mer-
Kelly claims to have started in the grassroots.Of feel more as if they were partof END BEACHI! NEXT TO THE chant will have to keep himselfin
the 80 editors who did give their one-two-three choicesin Manatee County and the SHERIFF'S POSSE'S BARBE- a competitive position in

the gubernatorial race first primary 42 felt that Mayor every way possible. He is no
Haydon Burns would be elected governor with Fred Dickinson About Piney Point BOWLING BANQUETThe longer protected to an extent
getting the nod from 23. This summary was compiled by the annual banquet of the by the bridge tolls.
Flagler Tribune of Bunnell which is roughly half-way betweenSt. Port Referendum Island Bowling League will Still another change may well
Augustine and Daytona Beach. take place at the Bradenton be the combining of the police
The second compilation was put together by the Florida EDITOR'S NOTE: Because Country Club Saturday even- departments of the three Island -
Institute of Public Opinion of Ocala an organization admittedly most of the voters of Manatee Ing, May 2. cities a move discussedfor
new but which has high hopes for the future. Its results show County are being asked to vote Team members and their several From all
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on a "pig in a poke, next wives and of the years.
that U. S. Senator Spessard Holland will win an overwhelming sponsors the investigation which has
victory over Brailey Odham and that the aforementioned Tuesday on the first referen- teams are invited. A social been done on the
posslblUtyofsuch
Candidate Burns will have as his opponent in the second dum on the ballot we have hour will precede the dinner
primary. Senator Kelly.In reproduced below the letterof and a dance will follow. a merger by both police
and
laymen it to be
the Institute's overall report which based its findings transmittal to the county ft ff ft the appears
most logical of all.Lmms. .
In commission which accompanied MAYOR IN HOSPITAL step
on a "person-to-person survey major population centers I
and rural areas throughout Florida," Burns leads with 31%; the feasibility report of Mayor James O. Fergusonof
Kelly 26%; Dickinson 19%; Mathews (endorsed by several of the engineering firm relativeto Anna Maria City Is a patientat
the leading newspapers of-the state), 10%; High 8%, and Karl the Piney Point Port pro- Manatee Memorial Hospital
6%. It also shows that Earl Falrcloth leads incumbent Attorney .ject. Attention of readers Is where he is undergoing treat-
General James Kyncs 53% to 47%, for the reason that Kynes 'called to a public forum on the ment for a digestive ailment. . .
was appointed to the position recently by Governor Bryant who is unpopular in many parts of the state today. Because of 'the Bradenton Municipal Audi- from the city his duties are Holmes Beach
the closeness of the vote, no prediction was made by the torium at7:4Sp.m., Thursday being carried out by Vice Dear Editor:
Institute In the race for the post of attorney acncral. Aor.- 30. Mayor Harvey G. Meyer. In seven years of dally commuting -
Getting back to the gubernatorial race:the Institute's ''December 6, 1963. ff # # to Bradenton, the dally

I report says "High haa only a slim lead In Dade County. ." "In accordance with our con- NEW ISLAND THEME SONG cents"pain each of handing was made over!.30..
Results of a third poll (also received in the same mail), tract of August 30, 1963 we The following song written painful by day the ever-pleasant
.. this one compiled by Dr. Ross Beilcr of the University of are pleased to transmit here- by Islander Bill Lee is to be courteous manner of the men
Miami's Government Department, show that "Miami's with the First Phase' of an sung to the tune of "Bye who took the money.We .
popular mayor will win 60.9 percent of the vote (in Dade economic and engineering Bye Blackbird": have often remarked that
County)." This report continues "Beilcr, an extremely feasibility report concerninga Pack up all my care and woe. in all those years of passing
accurate prognosticator of Dadc's political scene, said High's proposed port and industrial Here I go singing low, through the toll gates, at any
nearest opponent is Haydon Burns, mayor of racially troubled park at Piney Point. BYE BYE, BRIDGE TOLL! time of the day or night, never.
Jacksonville who will get 20 percent of Dade's vote." "It has been found that the Now I'm free to come and go. at any time, have we been
So--not to be outdone by the learned pollsters of the state, development is technically With no toll to dent my roll treated with anything but
The ISLANDER will make its own predictions In the hotly- practical and economically BYE BYE BRIDGE TOLL' courtesy and friendliness. We
contested Democratic gubernatorial scramble for the first feasible if sufficient Indus- No more frantic digging in my have heard remarks from timeto
primary. These predictions are not based on the results of any trial tenants are obtained. pockets.No time by people coming here
poll but are based on the results of gazing into our crystal "Assuming that Federal hand out to stop my home- from the east coast, over the
ball. (It isn't really a crystal ball--it's a burned-out 2SO-watt funds are made available for ward progress. marked friendliness of our
light bulb, which has served us in very good stead in the past). the dredging (and it is our Come and see us, everyone. toll-takers as compared with
Ready? Here goes and when the results are in, rememberthat opinion that the benefits to be Have your fill of surf and sun, some they had encountered on
you read it here first Dickinson and Kelly, In that order. obtained Justify such assis- BRIDGE TOLL BYE BYE! the east coast. Which made
Why? Well because the crystal ball reveals that many of the tance) a bond issue of$3SOO- Editor's note: A couple of these men (and woman) good
votes In the northeastern part of the state, which Candidate 000 will be necessary to years ago, on a return trip to advance representatives of the
Burns will need to win a In the runoff finance the land
place primary will be acquisition the Island from Bradenton, a Island and its good will. They
won by Candidate Mathews, also of Duval County and by harbor facilities, and site Im- familiar appearing car was deserve credit for a Job well
Candidate Fred Karl of nearby Volusia County(Daytona Beach). provements. Approximately ahead of us at the toll gate. It those
for
In other words, Burns' toughest fight In his own bailiwick, 210 acres of this site is the turned out to be that of Bill done many years.
where he has to bo the strongest, will be against Mathews and minimum area that must be Lee author of the above song Sincerely C. Brown
Karl. This will leave Dickinson and Kelly as the two winners leased to industrial tenants to who had neglected to carry Marion
Mrs. Ralph A.)
next Tuesday or so It appears from this corner. provide the authority with the toll money with him. He thanked (
On the local scene--In Manatee County--if we were a required revenue to amortizethe us, but refused our offerof EDITOR'S NOTE: To which
voter in the Democratic primary, we would cast our ballot for issue. temporary financial assis- we add "A..en," and "Well
M. B. "Mickey" Harrison for County Commissioner from "If Federal funds cannot be tance. lie had already made done, good and faithful tollcolleetors. -
District 1, and for Former Sheriff Roy lladcn for Manatee obtained for the dredging a his financial arrangements. ."
County Sheriff. Both have superior qualifications for the bond issue of$7,200,000 wouldbe -
poaltlona for which they arc candidates, and both arc well necessary to cover the The IslanderAn
aware of the problems confronting the Island, and have total cost of the project. It
promised their assistance In solving those problems. would then be necessary to Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby
In the race for state's attorney in the Twelfth Judicial lease approximately acresto
THE ISLANDER
PUBLISHING COMPANY
Circuit, former Islander Frank Schaub la the logical favorite industrial tenants . .
baaed on his four years' experience In the position, coupled "It would be desirable if the 314 Pin Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.
with his fine record.' bonda were general obliga-
tions EDITOR..._._._._.---..STEVE KIMBALL
But regardleaa of your choice of candidates-- SURE of Manatee County while
TO VOTE ON TUESDAY MAY SIFtr I this may require additional ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL

legal steps for the approval of MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria. Florida.
I..WI.u Oily the bonds It will reduce the TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
Interest rate and make the

Although moat of the noise has been made by and about the issue readily marketable." SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3. 0 ,,
various Democratic candidate in the first primary, there The letter was signed E. II. per year; $2 for six month Canada q
ARE three Republican candidates who aspire to be Florida's Praeger" of the engineeringfirm S3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a
governor. And In addition, two referendum will be on the of Praeger. Kavanagh & $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ::: A_
ballota of both parties, both referenduma having to do with Waterbury of New York City. percent for consecutive Insertions q :::
possible future taxation. The .25 mill which the referendum If paid by tenth of following month. b
And, despite the suggestion of a leading dally newspaper of asks, would yield National or agency placed advertising JOII
the area, that Republican voter stay away from the poll to approximately StHhlch $1.26 per column inch.jft] '
protest the calibre of their candidates--the only way to builda would not go far on a bond uavcumrvtiKmsiKTima-t VQ
strong two-party system la to vote EVERY TIME there la Issue of $3.5 million, or the CLOSING TIME: NOON TUESDAY.
any opportunity at all to do sol Tuesday primary will be
of those one $7.2 million mentioned in the Entered as Second Class matter under
opportunities. letter. We urge all interested the Act of March 3, 1879.
Another point-don't let labels dismay you. Many of your voters to attend Thursday'sforum
friends and neighbors who call themaelvea Democrats
actually at the Bradenton NEWSPAPERf"
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MANATEE CDt iCTrS ONLY HOME OWNED
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Thursday, April 30, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Plane DamagedA Miss Patricia Welsch Players Given 8 am to 8 POT Id..kJ.lrs

four-place light plane EngagedMr. Traverse RodA 8 am to 2 pm Sundays

was damaged in landing and Mrs. Francis heavy-duty.double
at the Holmes Beach air Welsch of Holmes Beach steel traverse rod for use
scrip Sunday afternoon announce the engagementof on the stage of the Anna WEBB'SIsland
but no injuries were suffered their daughter. Miss Maria Community House
by the plane's four Patricia Ann Welsch to arrived on the Island by
passengers. truck recently.The .
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Stewart Ames of Tavareswas . 35-foot unit was Pharmacy
the donated to the Island
pilot of the plane
59O4 Marina Drive
which he had rented at Players by the Lakeshore
Leesburg. He was accom- Players of White Bear 778-1411-Hlte I 778-2075

panied by his wife and Lake Minn., and shipped .,
--' -c;..- J. D. WEBB.FREE P' *sl.s
daughter Sherry 9, and .. here by Robert Peters
son Michael 8. They were the president of Moore
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making the trip to the '.-- -- ..41-; -- ..:.....;r Freight Lines. Inc.,whose
Island to visit friends in wife Helen Peters was
Cortez, Mr. and Mrs. t-::' .......""---a-ot ,. .V'J; ._ .- the Players guest direc-
Marvin Carver. ._fl -_ . -.r.' :", "...' tor for the third play of
When the ship was on Four-place plane which suffered mishap while the season.
the air scrip and slowed landing at the Holmes Beach air strip Sunday The traverse rod, which
almost to a stop its land- afternoon. (ISLANDER PHOTO) weighs about :5OO pounds DELIVERY
Ing gear collapsed. The ----- once carried the curtain
mishap caused damage of Epsilon Alpha gree was conferred on across the stage of the REGISTEREDPHARMACISTS
approximately $1OOO to Mrs.. Kilberg,Mrs. Dower Radio City Theatre in
the landing gear and the Epsilon Alpha Chapter and Mrs. James Ayers at MISS PATRICIA WELSH Minneapolis a building
propeller. Beta Sigma Phi. met at a meeting at the home of noted for its elegance. It
Another plane was flown the home of Mrs. Ronald Mrs. Robert Hoffman of Mr. Herbert S. Miller was purchased in 1958: by ON DUTY
from Leesburg for the Kllberg of Haverkos Gulf Dr., Holmes Beach son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis the northern little theatre
Ames return trip there Court recently.Mrs. ,on Tuesday evening. Miller of Bradenton. group. No longer adapt- AT ALL TIMESASPIRIN
and a mechanic from the Clayton Bower and Present at the meetingwere Miss Welsch is a grad- able to that group*s needs
air service started repairs Mrs. Ted Tripp were elected Mrs. Fran Maxon. uate of Manatee High it was donated to the local
to the damaged delegates to Beta Mrs. Hoffman Mrs. Bill School and two weeks ago Players at the suggestion
plane Monday morning. Sigma Phi city council Britt Mrs. James Clark graduated from Florida of Bob and Helen Peters.of .
Local friends of Ames with Mrs. Charles Weaver Mrs. Norma Bruce Mrs. State University with aBS
said that he is a pilot of and Mrs. George Norwood Tripp Mrs. F. B. Shell degree in Social Wel- Manatee High School
long experience who for elected alternates.The Mrs. Bower. Mrs. Kll fare. She was an honorary attended Southern Collegeand
many years had flown as annual Founder'sDay berg Mrs. Weaver Mrs. member of a social wel- is now employed by
a Canadian "bush" pilot Banquet was held Sat- Ayers Mrs. John Van- fare fraternity and a Griff ith-Clinc Island
which called for extreme urday evening Apr. 25, Ostenbridge. Mrs. Nor- member of Phi Mu Soror- Chapel.No .
caution and skill In flying with a dance following.The wood and Mrs. Aaron ity.Mr. date has been set for
under adverse weatherand Bay Area luncheon VanOstenbridge Jr. Miller is a graduate the wedding.
landing conditions.For will take place on May 2,
some years he rana at the Port O* Call in St. Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
.100-5 .
flying service at Banffin Petersburg.The '- FOR 8rREG.

the Canadian Rockies. ritual of jewels de- ",,.. oWro/y to tAo UmnfDfate All-Mode... Gulf Park MOBILE HOMES 2//Uv I
$
Grand Howl Bid?. ,ri..,. .ocfc .... ..... Acc......Hi..* for T.....,* m? !. 31 69*

ffc. 744.0651 Ra.fi.A ho SIIJI""a." ,d CocAoJ .., SIAOINTON IIACH
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"t In recent years particularly during the Billion REG.
2/99
\. Dollar Bryant Orgy Manatee County has come to Ask For ... tm''kQuality: 98C $
be known throughout the state as the"Cinderella
) or Step-Child County.. & Variety Mi-31 Mouthwash
What impresses us most
here is the very positive Hood'sMilk REG.

specific program which FIRST CUT PORK CHOPS-Lfc.................................3 91 2/90* \
promises for Manatee LOIN END! PORK LOIN ROAST-LI..........................39*
County. This is not true of WHOLE OR HALP Pork Loin' (C-.t for fr.....)-LW........49. R.llllial Alcrto
any other candidate. 4 Plorloo' Cryatol s-..... (Limit" ono w$5 .,d.c)-3 tub......49*
Dickinson as you have TABLEKINC SHORTENING (W/ $S o..a.-3 L.-49..
heard and read MEN'S WHITE SPORT SHIRTS-E.ck......................S1.S9 79 280VITAMIN
work pledges to IDAHO BAKING POTATOES-3 Lt.............................39*
to bring about the
following achievementsfor From Your
Manatee County: WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 112CONCENTRATE

nation 1. Continue of Highways route desig-19 and FRIENDLYROUTE w. five GOLD BOND stems

routes 41. along through their Palmetto present FRED BUODICKINSON MANQUALIFIED REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE %; j..71iP :

Bradenton and southward through Manatee County CACNINA. Prop. ANNA MARIA 77S-1923
where tourists can see and enjoy the countyrs PANOVITE

finest restaurants hotels motels home developments With Mineral
museums beaches and other places of
interest and amusement. r &E9G8. 2/S4.96! ,
2. Continue the program offour-Ianlng Route 41
south to Cortez Plaza.

3. Help develop and enlarge the facilities of HERE'S HOW CAM NOME
historical points of interest in Manatee County
FLORIDA'SSENIOR, HAND LOTION
such as the Gamble Mansion De Soto Monumentand
other historical sites. r StNATORSPESSARD REG. 98C 2/99
.4. Improvement and development of highways
across the state to the East ((62 64 and 70 In L.IOLLAl1 wa oIVII
particular).
5. A specific program for beach erosion D
prevention and control and beach highway main-
tenance in Manatee County. C STANDS ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
6. Institute a "crash program" to find cause .
Senator Holland modicof' aull.
strongly twpporf OR.BCNSTAMP'S
and methods of control of the destructive Red
anco to Florida' oldor' citiion' Two proposal have
Tide menace, which has increased both in
boon offorod Modl and tKo Korr-Mlll
regularity and intensity In recent yearn, and
M.d'ca.o' off.,. lin it.d
only + Sotpitollfation
which
has .
caused losses to our sports and com-
mercial and I I. financed by additional So lal So fishing Industries our beach hotels and
other Island business establishments. odminlttorod, by tKo Govommont, It c..." oil old
povtont, lch and poor, bvt doo not c..., doctor. lie.. ,a.t.SVCla .
Dickinson to me, represents the orjly specific bill... On tKo .'he,. bawd K.",-MiIIs <...,. botK h..- .
and c lea r I y-stated program for this county pitol' and doctor bill and p,./.cts only' tKovo vKo .
among all the candidate, and his record indicate Kovo tKo need. It I I. financed and odmlnJttwrod. by THURSDAY 2/1.00

that he can be relied upon to carry out his Xo i.i well., q<*oMd; for owr *lot.. with 8...,.. F.d.rol' *vp..ort, Owr .n11.,. VEAL CUTLET
pledges. Florida dolo ion in C... ,,. wofod for. tKo K...
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CinderellA Step-Child in the state. well I o* Ko ,rio tKo goy, for a t w. yoar ....,ed a. did 36 of .v. .fo<.* and FRIDAY 9V
I. therefore for the benefit d our County and ..nn..wul' lodd r.** f.rrifori.., w. aro ...!..ntod .. a loo and notion. Filet of Flounder
our State recommend Dickinson and his platform /. try the Korr.Mill* opp..och two yeas? If
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All About P Ople... Scotts Celebrate Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Scott of 57th St., Holmes
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. G. Beach entertained at an open house at their home
Fowler and children of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. 2,, Saturday afternoon in observance of their fiftieth
J. D. Simon of East Syracuse N. Y. wedding anniversary.They .
HALEY'S MOTEL: Col. and Mrs. Harry Pockras of were married at St. John's Episcopal Church
Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs.Carl Hlnklemann of r Yonkers N. Y., on April 25, 1914, by the Rev. Mark
West Hartford Conn...August G. Kuehn of Hartford Ericsson. Mrs. Scott is the former Miss Dorothea
Conn...Mr. and Mrs. John Pusarr and family of r Tausslg whose father was mayor of Yonkers.
Allen Park. Mich. & Mr. and Mrs. Scott have two children. Dr. William
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. George Walkenbachand : Scott a professor of physics at the University of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Allendorf of St. Louis Mo. Nevada in Reno and Mrs. Robert Crawford of Erie
...Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brantly and family of Fort Pa. Mrs. Crawford is school psychologist for the
Myers. fiii- Erie County Schools. Dr. and Mrs. Scott have four
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wyatt of \ 1 T4 w, children Jennifer Christopher Stephanie and Melanie -
Fort Wayne Ind. 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Crawford have three children
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. James Andrew Susan and Lucie.
Klsh of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. Everett Monroe of r Before he retired Mr. Scott was assistant chief
Lake Placid...Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Miller of engineer of the appliance department of General
Trenton N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Nowland of MR. AND MRS. CARL P. SCOTT (Ulan Livonia Mich...Mr. and Mrs. George D. Thomsonof the Island he served six terms as mayor of Holmes
Deep River Conn...Mr. and Mrs. B.Bergmannof and Mrs. Robert A. Hurt of Winter Haven. .. Mr.and Beach and for several years haa been a member of
Marshfleld Hills Mass. Mrs. John D. Clausing of Grand Rapids Mich. ..Mr. the County Park Beach and Recreation Commission
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. V. Zeleny and Mrs. C. E. Blount of Durant...Ray Lucas and of which he is vice chairman. He also is vice
Mentor OhIo.CHARLIN party of Newport Ky..Mary Ann Rittger and partyof president of the council of Roser Memorial Church.
VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beecher of Humboldt Iowa...A. J. Irwin of St. Augustine Mrs. Scott also participates in many civic and
Tampa. Beach. church activities. She is chairman of the board of
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAYMOTEL:Mr. and religious education at Roser Church;publicity chair-
Zacharias of Coral Gables. Mrs. H. A. Waite of Fort Myers Beach. ..Mr. and man of the United Church Women of Manatee County;
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: William Black- Mrs. Burl Orth and family of Hamilton Ohio.. .Mr. chairman of the migrant committee for Manatee
more formerly of St. Petersburg as a yeararoundguest. and Mrs. Clayton Kurth and daughter of Belleville County and a member of the advisory committee for
Mich..Mr. and Mrs. F. Weston Westorth of Nashua.N. the County Juvenile Court.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Dr. and Mrs. August H...Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Faber and family of Assisting Mrs. Scott in serving at Saturda 'a open
Kropp of Greendale Wis. Rldgewood N. J.. Tom Andreas and Harry Dunn of house were Mrs. Jack Holmes Mrs. Allen Crawfordand
TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevenot of West Chester Pa. ..Mr. and Mrs. R. Tobey Smithof Mrs. A. F. S. Mackenzie. She also was assisted
Miller Place N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beeman of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. I.R.Wiggins and family of by her sister Mrs. Reynold Spaeth of Ashton Md.
St. Petersburg on their honeymoon.. .Mr. and Mrs. Rockledge...Mr. and Mrs.George E.Palm Wheel- .
Robert Koehue of Pinellas Park. ..Mr. and Mrs.A. Ing 111...Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Graham and family MRS. JACK SADLER of Waverly. Ohio is a guest at
C. Jones of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peter- of Portsmouth Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hazel- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill M. Tritt of :56th
son of Fort Myers...Mr. and Mrs. R. Miller of baker and family of Orlando. ..James Daniel and son Street Holmes Beach.
Winter Park...Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Baker of of Winter Haven. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD GOULD of East Tawas,
Whitehouse Station N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Edward ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mrs. H.L.Kuhn of Charleston Mich. have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Crane of Neshanic N. J. W. Va...Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whites Ide of Tampa Hague of 78th Street Holmes Beach.
HELEN'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. K. Dress of New .. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hendrick of Gurnee Ill. .. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD CLARK of Key Royale left
York City.. Mr. and Mrs.G.Schaad of New Rochelle Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Baker of Keystone Heights.. recently for their home In Oakfleld Wis. after
N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. F. A.Laughlin of Toronto Ont. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sherrill Jr.of Tampa.. .Mr. and occupying their home here for several months.
...H. E. M. Austin of Buffalo N. Y...Stephen Ry- Mrs. E. H. Coker of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Owen MR. AND MRS. C. S. GRIGGSof Alpena.Mich, have
barsyk of Grand Rapids Mich...Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Eaton of Inverness...Mr. and Mrs. Lester B.Paben been guests at the home of Mrs. Mary VerMett of
VanderNeck of Newburgh N. Y...Miss L. Puccini of of Temple Terrace...Mr. and Mrs. E. Ward Cole of Clark Drive Holmes Beach.
Miami...George M. Chunt of Jacksonville.. .Mr.and Temple Terrace.. Charlie Kaln of Lakeland.MR. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT R. MOSES of Tarpon St.,
Mrs.'B. Ducke of Grand Haven Mich. AND MRS. E. E. PRICE of 70th Street Holmes Anna Maria returned home last week from a motor
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William P. Beach have returned to their northern home at trip of several weeks during which they visited many
Harrington of Pinellas Park...Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Fremont Mich for the summer. They have occupied points of interest In Mexico.DR. .
Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Beck and Mr. their home on the Island since the middle Decem- AND MRS. ELIAS L1EBERM,who vacationed
and Mrs. Michael K. Whaley all of Lakeland. ..Mr. ber. (Continued on Page 7)


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iQ Schuchard Plumbing 70 BRIDGE TOLLS . advanced by that agencyto
4jl'4t J B &K Hardware 66.5 (Continued from Page 1) pay the cost of the i !
1Iin Sand Bar 66.5 on Sunday Mar. 3, of that three bridges over the
Leag es Island Pharmacy 66 year. The Anna Maria original $6 million. The
Dick 66 the balance of $608,850 from
Wagner Realty Bridge was opened w r rL
Bay Area Insurance 63 following Sept. 4. the new issue will be
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUENot Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel 55Connick. Discontinuing of the tolls used by the county for the
to be outdone by the 's TV Ser. 54 was made possible by the acquisition of new rightof y yb
spectacular tie finish last Island Marine Sup. 49.5 refinancing of the balanceof way.
week in the Island Bowling a $6 million bond issue Payment of the original
League Bayou Marinaand HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) which provided the fundsto bonds was secured by the
Linen Rental Service Gladys Arkebauer 170 build the two bridges to tolls, plus gas tas'reve-
wound up in a tie for first Betty Carter 169 the mainland plus the nue of the county. Since
place in the Island Mixed Roselyn Haverkos 161 span to Longboat Key. the bridges were opened
League Friday evening. Betty Phillips 161 Combined Income duringthe the toll income was lower
Linen Rental won a three Kay Ferguson 159 seven years which the than originally estimated
game playoff Sunday afternoon Phyllis Chapman 153 30-cent toll was collectedwas and the gas tax revenue '
to win the league M. Niesiobedski 151 $1,795,843 from a considerably higher. The i'
championship.High Kathryn Green 151 total of 12,088,486 vehi- new bonds will be retiredby
scores In Friday's Peg Hottman 150 cles. the gas tax revenue
matches were: Schuchard Gladys Arkebauer 148 Under the original only and are scheduled to FIRST AND LAST--Alderman Harry Varley of
4 Dick the final bonds of be refunded by 1991.
Plumbing Wagner terms Holmes Beach paying the final toll collected on the
Realty O. (Frank Moc HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) the first issue would have Removal of the tolls was Anna Maria Bridge to Collector Ed Ziegler. Varley
247-589; Bud Hot t m a n, Betty Carter 435 been retired in 1983. A instigated by the Island also paid the first toll when the bridge opened on
168-453). Kay Ferguson 434 new bond issue of $4.8 Chamber of Commerce Sept. 4, 1957. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Anna Maria City Pier 4, Gladys Arkebauer 426 million was sold Apr. 13 when under leadership of
Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel O. Phyllis Moc 422 to Merrill Lynch, Pierce its president. Bill Lee a Among those who spear- Child ElectrocutedAt
(Earl Carter 185-522; M. Niesiobedski 421 Fenner and Smith, and mass meeting was held at headed the move were
Bob Relnel 159-451). Peg Hottman 414 Goodbody and Co. the Island School in April, Senator Price Commis- 7 p.m., Tuesday,Anthony -
Bayou Marina 3, Bay Phyllis Chapman 410 Part of the proceedsfrom 1961. The meeting was sioner Bibey Chamber Paul Gay, 4. son of
Area Insurance 1. (Hank Betty Schmidt 407 the new issue, plus called "the best attended President Quinn and Ken- Mr. and Mrs. William
Niesiobedski 219-575; Roselyn Haverkos 400 the money in the sinking meeting ever held on the neth W. Cleary, former Banks 202 Gulf Drive
Roy Ferguson 198-546)). Betty Phillips 397 fund will retire all outstanding Island, with a crowd of county attorney. All those South Bradenton Beach
B & K Hardware 3, Island bonds plus several hundred which officials named have been was electrocuted when
Marine Supply 1. HIGH GAMES (MEN) Interest through the Aug. overflowed the cafeteriaat quick to add that other pulled a lamp into the tub
(Lloyd Hanson 212-498; Frank Moc 247 1 maturity date. the school. commission members where his mother was
Bill Gibson. 170-481). Frank Davidson 224 An additional $352,750 For several months the and Legislators Robert bathing him.
Sand Bar 3, Linen Rental Hank Niesiobedski 219 will be deposited in a new progress of the toll removal Knowles and Wilbur Boyd All efforts to revive the
1. (Byron Arkebauer Lloyd Hanson 212 sinking fund as a reserve campaign was slow also assisted greatly in youngster by the mother,
200-510; Pat Flanagan Pat Flanagan 210 for payment of the new until the summer of 1962, effecting removal of the ambulance personnel and
210-468). Dick Connick 210 Issue; $5OOOOO will be when the county acquiredthe tolls but called it "an at the Manatee Memorial
Connlck's TV Service 2, Ed Haverkos 207 paid the SRD for funds south end of the Island uphill proposition." Hospital failed.
Island Pharmacy 2. (Dick Hank Nieslobedski 201 Dick Connick 542A. from the E. B. Green '
Connlck 210-542; Frank Byron Arkebauer 200 VanOstenbridge 536 Estate. e Solon
Davidson 224-576). Roy Ferguson 198 Then, with the weight of
Ed Haverkos 531 the officials behind WELCOME Mints' VUltor, to our n.wly 1 mo Earl Carter 522 county AIRCONDITIONED DRYERS
LEAGUE STANDINGS HIGH SERIES (MEN) the campaign
Byron Arkebauer 510 progress SAME BEAUTICIANS AND SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE.
(FINAL) Frank Moc 589 Lloyd Hanson 498 became more rapid. Open Six. Days A W..lt EvMlng By Appoln........
Linen Rental Service 79.5 Frank Davidson 576
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Bayou Marina 79.5 Hank Niesiobedski 575
A. M.City Pier 76.5 Roy Ferguson 546 UNITED ABSTRACTAND
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ALL VOTERS IN TilE CITY OF HOLMES ",.'H' YOWl

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the Holmes Beach City Office in order to vote 524 121k. Sf'w.ttRtADINTON ForGOVERNOR O e4 *t1ac 'eU4 L ee
in local (city) elections. Qualified voters may
register between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.,Mondays fLA.

through object Fridays.The of. the re-registration is to fk... 741-4S4I 1 Z)c ud to- dun l/eny- Doat

purge the registration list of names of voters ----
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qualifications of voters to vote In National, Manatee County Sheriff
State and County elections such as the 1 OP
Primary Elections to take place on May 5. Your support In the ,
May Primary Will Be
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Public support of Mayor &
GEORGE H. GILL ..7.i Ii a y don Burns guber-
SWIM WEAR by ul l will .ppr.d.t. y.w.rpp.rf natorlalcandidacyIncreased bank with usThe
I"II.. May prl.y.I again this past
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M-'et..*..t.!..*Cv tit./Iie..1.ty SJ.riff. If ment of an endorsement complete TRUST Department)
.lect.4 I will c.. .,.'. statement signed unani-
with .t1! l.lw.4glv ..I c. .. mously by every living BANK
eGbtllfdtiM foil p..llct pMtec..... of the
.A.M..M..l.UI..U. I will past president .
." ttCc.peft.y t .pv'I.. .. Jacksonville area L1Xodn 1-
....c. "".'" iMi .c...... (. Chamber of Commerce
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ONE & TWOPIECE .,,.c...........!.. ELECT Mayor 1949 and -
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STYLES he4I ...... ...... 20 y..r..1p.llt..p.rl.ne. past chairman of the rtMCNATIONAL
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IDENTICAL, with the AIIIII.... MAMASOTA BANK. U.S. 41. WVIHl.U E......
Beach Bags I government of the State
of Florida. II a y don ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Coats Burns has been" voted AP.ILHIGH- -LOw-

Hats into office five times as 30 1r": 3$09.' 1.3 121" .. 2.3 5f4M 1.2 >S.34p*-0.1
Mayor. of Jacksonville
which give him 15 1 FH 1$32p'.2,3
Towels years* EXPERIENCE to 2 Set 2il7 p. 2.2 -. 10i27ra.l ----
bring to the office of 3 i- 14..2.1 1129 P. -4.1
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MRS. SCOTT KELLY (left) was guest of honor at a Know The Man You Vote For!!
morning coffee Friday at the home of Mrs.J. Stanley
Sargeant (right) of Bay Boulevard South, Anna Maria. ROY BADEN, Democratic candidate for Sheriff of Manatee County,
Co-hostesses for the coffee were Mrs. Buck Marler is a native Bradenton. A graduate of Bradenton (now
and Mrs. Harvey Craven Jr. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Manatee) High School in 1926. BADEN owned and

MORE ABOUT PEOPLE . operated a service station here prior to election as Sheriffin
(Continued from Page 5) 1942.
for several months, left last week
Maria to
in Anna
ROY BADEN is member of the First Methodist Church. Bradenton
return to their home in Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. a
MR. AND MRS. SAM ADAMS of Anna Maria are Kiwanis Club a Scottish Rite Mason, member of the
in New York City for two weeks, where they will National Sheriffs Association and a charter memberof
visit their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the bord of Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. His wife
John Adams of Staten Island; their son Rick Adams, the former Charlie Rae passed two His
away years ago.
also of Staten Island and their son-in-law and
Ray Baden is in the concrete products business in
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Condie of Rahway.N. J. son.
While in New York Mr. and Mrs. Adams also will Bradenton. He has one daughter.. Mrs. Frances Thomas;
visit Mrs. Adams' brother-in-law and sister Mr. two brothers. Howard and Earl Baden, all local residentsas
and Mrs. Ward Cole of Jamaica, L. I., and expectto is his mother, Mrs. Anna M. Baden.
spend some time at the World's Fair.
MR. AND MRS. B. F. DEMING of Wellesley.Mass ROY BADEN was five times elected as Sheriff of Manatee County,
have returned home after spending the winter at the during which time Manatee County was outstanding
Bahia Mar Cottage on Tuna Street, Anna Maria. in Florida for its low rate of juvenile delinquency. In
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD KAHNEY have left the
1960 he was elected as a Commissioner on the Manatee
Island to return to Streator Ill. for the summer and
County Mosquito Control Board write-in candidate.
fall. They have been in Anna Maria since November. aa a
MRS. E. C. BLISS of Key Royale Drive, Holmes ROY BADEN introduced new methods and techniques on the Mosquito -
Beach, has left to spend the summer in Hart Mich. Control Board resulting in service and effi-
MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM LINDSAY Anna Maria This
have left to spend the summer in Edina, Minn. ciency to you the tax payer. Department now has
a University trained expert as Director a balanced bud

OUT IN FRONT get, and a continuing program of Mosquito Control and
eradication.ROY .

THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATEFor BADEN'S Success as a businessman Sheriff, and office holdercan
be attributed largely to his natural ability to under
SOUND ADMINISTRATION stand people] and their problems. He feels this is vitalto
and effective law enforcement.
Ability .' Experience Service intelligent 'n #

ROY BADEN Is a man with a fine record of progress in the past and a
I- VOTE FOR & SUPPORT realistic outlook for the future.

4. M. B. (Mickey) KNOW WHAT ROY BADEN STANDS FOR!!

a ROY BADEN is for a reduced Sheriffs Department budget. On the

.;' HARRISON basis of his experience, BADEN knows that the Department -
i can be operated more economically without sacrificing -
Fer Ccviity c.-isll..r Disf. 1 public protection.. enforcement of the law, :
Pt..cr.Hc Primary, May SIll phase of its obligations. Thus. ROY BADEN, as Sheri
of Manatee County, will put hard-earned dollars back
I have always believed the Island into your wallet to assiat you in meeting increasing living

and its beaches to be among the costs.

Top Assets of Manatee County and ROY BADEN is for a more courteous and efficient operation on a 24
hours per day. seven day per week schedule, to better
pledge to vigorously support them. protect the people of Manatee County.

I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE ROY BADEN is for progreaa with economy in serving a growing popu
Paid Political Ad".rtl..m..nlELECT lation. BADEN believe that any elected official must

be aa aware of the taxpayers) ability to pay as he ia
their needs.

FORT ROY BADEN is for wise and experienced counselling in dealing with
W. D. "Bill"Democratic I young people. BADEN haa enjoyed outstanding sue
Candidate cess in handling juvenile problems in former years. He
CONSTABLE District 86 believes this ia a vital factor in reducing criminal poten-

f.. _.. ... .. ..e ....._. cA.n p. ..Iv. .. ._ r..it. tial in adult life. He ia proud to have been a Founder of
U.... n.,. _.___ ... ..
.....t. .... -- -a- .th..ttte.1...IUe.n./tA t .P..N. .. the Florida Sheriffs Boy Ranch and to have worked
&a H..t.
.... MM t. ........ ..... e..rt7 .... T.e U.1Net._..tdl..r.t d b. with Zation..
youth
= ..4 1 .... J_u__ .. .... Peec. &a .... 41...... ...... by many oraan
t.et... ROY BADEN is against a one-half million dollar budget for the operation
FORTS QUALIFICATIONS of the Manatee County SherifFe Department. ouch
v............__.U-II I y 4UAW..-.*..CMPOnCCMCMTlFORT ..rt-.r-...u..._. a sum he believes truly represents a Gr > e Waste of the

r1.r A 4. HI.lit..y .......I taxpayers money, without providing additional service

S.__ .. ...... Be_. ... and protection.
.D.pt..u _tx..H.t u..,.7 (1a sMrM.t ROY BADEN is against spending three-quarters of a million dollarsfor

* t o..tp f ..ttt Crs........... a new jail remote from the courts, and requiring, an
.._u....... increase in operating costs, duplication of anviuand
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maintenance. BADEN believe. Manatee County doe.
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S not need such M monument to crime cannot afford it.
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.... Tp.t.t.' isa.. 4 and should not be required to consider it further. BADEN
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.... ...ut... r ..a - protection lies in effective use of trained personnel rather 1
$ ... .....-- ..
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_..... ._ a ....-y. ..t .. .. ROY BADEN WILL COOPERATE 100* WITH THE I IU.AMO POCJCf. TO CIVC THE

PORT s..ar.. ... ...... .4./llc1..I..Ls..w.P..ui. T1..r.. , ISLAND THE BEST POLICE PHOTECTION PO1SI8C.C.

PORT Will edI"'y p.M4... .. ...... .. c:......,. wth. Hay iaets WIN AssrscfrU Yser Vets Os May 5 .
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LEGAL NOTICE Anyono For Golf' ? Roser Church News ..

I ST. BERNARD MISSION NOTICE OF INTENTION TO According to membersof Laymen's Sunday will be
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME committee appointed observed at Roser Mem- ;
(Roman Catholic) The undersigned do hereby certify a ;
. R... Francis F. Wl..lllr that they ar.conducting a Television to explore the possibilityof orial Community Churchon
Sale. and Service Buelneee at 1O3A nine-hole 3. The Board of r
I l' MASS: Bridge Strut Bradenton Beach building a May .
! SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 Florida, under the flctltloua name of golf course at Key Roy- Deacons of which Russell
RUSS'S' TV SHOP and that said tlrra.. ale of those Guild is chairman will be
( WEEKDAYS: 8 am composed of the following persona a meeting ...
t HOLY DAYS: 8 am whose names and place. of residence Interested in such a in charge of the service
6 pm. are as follows Melva L. Moore and course will be held at and some of the laymenof
Robert R. Moore Jr.' 1OSA Bridge
:1 4 ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Street Bradenton Beach. Florida. the Holmes Beach City the church will take .
: WEDNESDAYS 7:30 U Is our Intention to apply to the Office at 8 p.m.* Thursday part in the 9 a.m. wor-
:
: pm
I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
Manatee County Florida, to register May 7. ship service. Carl F.
; Harvey Memorial Church the said name of RUSS'S TV SHOP Scott will speak on "The t
) (Non-DenOMinational) under the provisions of Chapter 20953. C. G. AuxiliaryA Most World II I II I
r
Beaeh Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. Influencing I
Bradenton Witness our hands this 2Sth Day of total of 31 attended the Letter Ever Written.
R... A. W. Sim..
April. 1964.MELVA L.MOORE opening session of the Mel Akins will direct the ISLANDER PHOTO BY REDON I

SUNDAY: ROBERT R.MOORE JR. water safety course being men's chorus which will
9:15 a.m. Sunday SchooL 1O3A Bridge Street given by the Anna Maria provide special music, School Operetta Woman's Club )

10:30 a.m. Church Service. 4-30; 3-7.Bradenton 14 a 31. '64 Beach Florida Island Flotilla 99, U. S. . Everyone is invited to Its final meeting of the i

Christian Scleetcw Ssr.U* UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Coast Guard Auxiliary. SENIOR RETREATThe attend a performance of season will be held by the /

A. M.. CMMWfnlty I$...*) The lessons are givenat senior high school an operetta "Snow White Island Woman's Club at j

SUNDAY: payment required 8 p.m. each Monday at youth of Roser Church and Sixteen Dwarfs," to 10 a.m., Wednesday May I

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN 8 11 Inea-SI JDO-gOrf m In kmim the Episcopal Church of will leave from school at presented by the second 6, at the Anna Maria Community -

SCIENCE SERVICE. FOR SALE-GULF FRONT 3 Lot The Annunciation on 44th 1:30 p.m., Friday May, grade at the Island School House.Refreshments. i a

Gloria D.I EvangelicalLwtharan for n ONLY flO.OOO.h Write P.O.Boa 7. St., Holmes Beach and for their annual senior at the school auditorium for the i

Church m 1 y-shaped,mlrror- are open to anyone Inter retreat which will be heldat at 7 p.m., Friday. May 1. May breakfast meeting j

..... L..t.r M.. Ula. Pester D top dressing' table,-with 7 drawers. ested in learning the basic Camp Florida in Li- Admission is free and the will be furnished by Mrs. i

SUNDAY: J/l En1 1 UIlr:. on Canal. facts of small boat hand- mona. The young people performance will take a George Clark. t
72nd St.--WOOj Blmlnl Bay Lots ling. will be accompanied by half-hour. Hobbles antiques craft
9:15 am Church School. priced for quick sales Gulf Front.
Slides and movie films Mrs. Richard and the work and collectors' ,
Poe
10:30 Worship Service. 10.000; 77th St. Canal. 4.OOOt;75th
am St. Canal. ".500; 73rd St.. $3.000. were used to Illustratethe Rev. and Mrs. Richard K. Island Star ClubA items will be displayed by
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. JN. B. PROTHERO. Rec. Real Estate:
Brofcer. 16-'m'k l JAV?j"4._LA_ initial lecture of the Wiggins and will return meeting of the Island members who wish to do
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH GE a. series of lessons. According late Sunday afternoon. Star Club will be held at so. The building will be
ahle at ONLY $7.50 month at the;
...". L.. ".uu'. Peeler BAYOU MARINA INC.per.Bay Blvd.So.. to the qualified 1:30 p.m., Tuesday MayS open at 9 a.m., so that
SUNDAY: Anna Marla. Calf 77B-J4M. Instructors of the course Members of Circle 4 of at the Annie Silver displays can be arranged.

8:45 am Sunday School. FOR $ Canal 1 .Frontage.Horn. on 3 2O2 Large Ft.Seawalled the need for more water Roser Guild will meet at Community Hall in Bra- Each member is askedto

10:00 am Worship Service. Bedroom. 2 Baths; Large Florida safety instruction in this the home of Mrs. Charles denton Beach. All visiting take an item suitable to

5:30 pm Chapel Choir. Insulated Room and; Intercom 2-Car Garage.system Tile at central Roof; area is obvious to anyone Speer 206-69th St., at members of Eastern Star sell at a silent auction at

6:30 pm Worship Service. heat air conditioning. Call 71'2 'f- familiar with the water. 9:30 a.m.. May 5. are invited to attend. the meeting.

"for\ .
MONDAY: SALEi Complete set of finechina. -
9:00 am WMU Ex. Comm. Victorian Rose pattern.Twelve
place settings, plus cream sota -. 12
10:00 am WMU Gen. Meet. extra dessert plates,platters, gravy
TUESDAY: boat all serving dl.b... cake plate. I
etc. Value over $300. Sell for $100. DOUIflTOUIIl BfiflDtdTOIl
I 7:00 pm Church Choir. qt!ll11a
I WEDNESDAY: Also Dressmaking.on all kinds Drapes.of ClothIng. Mrs.-

1 6:15 pm Recreation Hour. P
k lM "Mr.Jet\ $itATErrTHREEROOM :

7:00. GA.pm Prayer Sunbeams.Meeting.RA. ""fHIA'liU1l8 FURNISHED-23l .t4 APART-MAINTENANCE Rejoices With Anna Maria i in

Re.*r Mootorlal ChurchI4.eD.n..ain.tl.n.l MOWING. TRIMMING.

( ) ISHED.EDGING.WINDOWS FLOORS WASHED CLEANED POL-. Another Step Forward I

...". Rleherd K. Wl.ele PROMPT EFFICIENT SEa VICE.plus
PesterTHURSDAY REASONABLE RATES Referencee.

: 'KEN' FELLOWS PHONE 771-2894' The Removal of Bridge Tolls to Anna Maria Island 1
LA.
:30 pm Men's Chorus. SALUi New iJodel Tibo.

FRIDAY: times Polaroid). AU Land Attachments Camera used, fine only leather few M..t Id. M....rs of the Downtown IradeiitoH AssociationAPPLIANCES j
1:30 pm Senior Retreat.LAYMENS c.... Coat $ ::5O..W..1I for ONLYMEN'S /
1i _.1 77.1 1117_
SUNDAY: HAIR CUTTING by appointment HOTELS PRINTERS I
9:00 am Worship Service. -NO WAITING. Pierre's Studio 0.B..,'. EI... App Bradenton. CabenaINSURANCE Franklin P.... f
4SOO Gulf Beach. ForAenoiptm.
10:00 am Sunday School. era"&loIm. la Wbl tee Idas 4. Oal*..

7:30 pm Intermediate NEW' parunenc.- PUBLIC UTILITIES
For Rent by ,*..-$6S per month.
Youth Fellowship. AU" AUTOMOBILES J.* Feat A..*eyHewkl Flrtd.. P-.. A Light c..
MONDAY: VlRU! {Uatlngulaoe:I' fr "ic.. HIUI.r" B..'..... **. Tllsw*.'... A......... & c.. I
P enth. 77 -1431. ak.ltea Ia.st.as* A..T
!t ,tit.
9:30 am Deaconess Ml. wunom t.1. RADIO & TVPeaeeka
U 1101..... Beach. Full Garage with
at home of Mrs. Max Cole. Redl Sales
...... telephonea radiant heat and air AUTO SUPPLIES
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. conditioning. Close to privet ....... Ante* A..... ..... JEWELERS ...41. .. TV D...
Pbofta beech.Z P.".. J.w.lry c..
TUESDAY: JI1! 1l8? OS. A.a a..," at. ...1.ki Plrr. Jwlv
9:30 am Group at Mrs. our readers. ..cast rurmlah a s 7 Inch HANKS J. O. Sl........ Jeweler RADIO STATIONS
Charles peer's home. enlargements of say picture appear!" First H.U.I B..* z.1.e Jwlt WBBD
la TIle ULANDBR far esly$1.23 aaca.
.....1.. Netleael B.a WTRL
6:30 pm Couple's Club. Cai177a-2021. or stoo at.dIie..cGJca.: : .

WEDNESDAYS LADIES READY TO WEAR!
7:30 Church Council. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC! BARBER! SHOPS .....k. A T... REALTORS
pm Llc....we1 EUctrlc!
n.y.l Pel_ Brbr ap Mi.l-J..e. Arbvekle Free e> 1**..
THURSDAY: (May 7) c...tr1Ic.... ...,,__... C.._ *.. *, Kl ky.
10:00 am Guild Ex. Od.Me.L. Gulf Drlvw'' .. Pli.. A".... .,. Walter .. Hardl.
L. (ROY) FERGUSON BEAUTY SHOPS D.. ...0....
........ leJm4" O.aei.1 PHONES! D., 77.2I43NlfAt Iteyet Petai Busty a*.* MARINE SUPPLIES Ca.rle* H. .....*
(/Lw.D.w..Is.M.wel) 772O5 T...*. Uerl. Supply Wyi.*. Or*.. i Blaleek

FRIDAY
CLEANERS
10:00 am Prayer Group. Brdl* Lavadry ....) Dry Cleei ... MEN'S FURNISHINGS RECORD! SHOPSL.
SATURDAYS P**.. C..***.. Mall 8*11.. Halaa HI-FI ..d ......4 .....
1:30 Choir Rehearsal. Dy*. ....*. ......I..ia..
pm SAFESAVING Tell**.-0rft. I... :
SUNDAY DENTISTS! RECREATION PARLOR
9:15 am Sunday School. D.. L. B. Klae Be.d*...* .......U.. Prlr
11:00 am Worship Service D*. L. ... aeblt4DEPARTMENT MOTELS!
B..4..I.. Cb*..
& Sermon "A Voice From
RESTAURANTS!
Outer Space" STORES Cab.. r1at*a**.
B.elle MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Urrte.... c........
Church .f TIM Ai x>.aje|..!... MtejryRe Vie... Mlli.*.. M. ..l. atc. .....*e R..I.wt..tMst.S..rywetd
( ........) N6ss

He, *. 0..*!.* K. Lw. $*.**. J. C. P*na.y c.. SVCS. 4V LOAN ASSNS.

THURSDAY aiY oc 1..,. flebe* *> c.. NEWSPAPEH.RS..1d! C.. FUal r....-I Bva*. A L... .....<..

9:00 am Holy Eucharist. nws ssrnscs ... W. P... C*tp.

ROGATION SUNDAY DRUG STORES SERVICE STATIONS
8;00 am Holy Eucharist. INSURED B.a.-O..y Drwe c.. Blly*. 0.11 ...u**
Feeler. Drwe ..... OFFICE SUPPLIES Br...l.*. S.... ...u..
1030 am Family Eucharist 1& ar.** w.ae**.* 0.-. K...***. 01.... apply Dt**>.r*. Gait aiU**
Sermon Church School. f a r to os C44.. 01* ....- ...u*.
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Spring Bird Count '
LEV'S STAY IN FRONT WITH
a The enth Annual Spring
: BirdJCount on Anna Maria
lalUKI'Was held on Apr.21, THEPEOPLE'S
and 19'i ird seekers founda .
I' totalrof 103 species on
I that',day. CANDIDATENOT

A f look at the ten-year ; .\\. ?rF
record shows clearly how 1 / : .

t. ) thej spring weather migration.affects What's the CONTROLLED BY OR OBLIGATEDTO

good|for tourism is definitely -
. ; "not for the birds." Yellow-Crowned Night Catbird 35 ANY GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL
i AnjApril without showers Heron 1 Brown Thrasher 18
results in a low count andtfeeTsearchers White Ibis 6 Robin 1
. I are lucky to Mottled Duck 14 Blue-Grey
rack up a score above 100. Lesser Scaup 81 Gnatcatcher 2 '
j Oalthe other hand a Gulf Red-Breasted Merganser Loggerhead Shrike 25 11
aterm in mid-April or 31 Starling 135
x.
even a light but steady Black Vulture 1 White-eyed Vireo 1 r
: I ratal just before the day of Sharp-Shinned Hawk 1 Black-Whiskered Vireo 1 _
, Account may bring in a Bob White 4 Black & White Warbler 20
I fkirry of birds that will Clapper Rail 2 Worm-Eating Warbler 2 '
1 .rafcle the count to 125 Ringed Plover 17 Parula Warbler 6 kt 1
i sMCies. (in 1958), or 131 Wilson's Plover 13 Cape May Warbler 72
t (1 J1959). Black-Bellied Plover 85 Black-Throated Blue
j1 the ten years two Ruddy Turnstone 87 Warbler 20
ts showed under 1OO Whimbrel 3 Wilson's Warbler 2
showed slightly more Spotted Sandpiper 5 Yellow-Throated
10O and four showed Least Sandpiper 18 Warbler 1
ween 120 and 130 spe- Semi-Palmated Black Poll Warbler 27
s. The differences are Sandpiper 2 Prairie Warbler 32
to the presence or Western Sandpiper 3 Palm Warbler 307
ence of Gulf migrants. Dunlin 18 Ovenbird 3
is interesting to seet Willet 75 Northern Waterthrush 1 k
the resident land bird Dowitcher(long-billed) 8 Louisiana Waterthrush 7
ulation of the Island (Short-billed) 30 Yellowthroat 11
rdly varies from year Sanderling 156 Redstart 12
year although the wad- Herring Gull 39 House Sparrow 186
, 'g j birds are gradually Ring-billed Gull 185 Meadowlark 6 :;
owing fewer in number. Laughing Gull 490 Red-Winged y a
Participants in the count Royal Tern 68 Blackbird 228
l'ere Mrs.John Anderson Forster's 24 Baltimore Oriole 5
r. and Mrs. H. Ells- Least Tern 35 Boat-Talled Grackle 6 M. B. (Mickey)
orth Brown Mr. and Common Tern 1 Common Grackle 78
rs. Talbot M. Brewer Sandwich Tern 5 Cowbird 1
r. and Mrs. Charlesurd Black Skimmer 110 Summer Tanager 1
Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Mourning Dove 199 Cardinal 47
i organ, Mrs. Munro Ground Dove 34 Blue Grosbeak 3
eal, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chuck-will's-widow 4 Indigo Bunting 5 HARRISON
helps and Carl F.Scott Nighthawk 12 Painted Bunting 19
11 of the Island and Mr. Chimney Swift 18 Pine Siskin 9
nd Mrs. A. C. Brettle of Ruby-Throated Towhee 28
Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Humming Bird 2 Savannah Sparrow 1
Orin Let son, Charles Belted Kingfisher 5 Grasshopper Sparrow 1
Preston and Mrs. Henry Flicker 18 Total 103 Species
Truchot of Sarasota. Downy Woodpecker 2 3.955 Individuals I PLEDGE TO FAIRLY
Results of the Counts Red-Dell 28 SpecIes seen during the .. ." ..
4 Brown Pelican 149 Red-Headed 3 week of April 14-20 but '
-"Cormorant 44 Ycllow-Bellled which were not seen on the REPRESENT ALL THE
Anhinga 1 Sapsucker 3 day of the census: Black-
Frigate Bird 7 Eastern Kingbird 1 Crowned Night Heron; PEOPLE
OF MANATEE
Great Blue Heron 20 Grey Kingbird 29 Turkey Vulture; Barn
Common Egret 6 Western Kingbird 1 Swallow; House Wren;
Snowy Egret 11 Crested Flycatcher 33 Yellow-Throated Vireo; COUNTY. .
Cattle Egret 10 Blue Jay 67 Tennessee Warbler;Myr-
Louisiana Heron 5 Fish Crow 37 tle Warbler; Hooded
I WILL NOT BOW TO
Little Blue Heron 9 Carolina Wren 5 Warbler; Bobolink and
Green Heron 11 Mockingbird 195 Orchard Oriole.

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CLUB WITHOUT DUES . ALL THE ATMOSPHERE OP A PRIVATE COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT

CLUB. BUT WITHOUT TIlE EXPENSE . TIlE PLACE TO MEET AND 1

ENTERTAIN YOUR PRIENDS.THE SEVERAL THOUSAND RESIDENTS AND DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 5th

VISITORS WHO DINE HERE EACH WEEK CAN'T BE WRONG

IT HAS TO BE THE BEST I WILL WORK FOR . MY QUALIFICATIONS .

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And. alter Monday (April 27th). we offer you an added inducement to vials .. L..ww .. r .__1M... ..... .... c... .. Ill ,...., . .....a
for easier j 1wp.. . 1k ..... .... Jury Cur uuJ .1...& . .......
and dine with u* . PREE BRIDGES (with our compliment) rl.,4....'". '". Y..A ss.A4.A.. ...... 1...4 .. 1''...... III ,...., . .
access from every direction. Mw ..... .... .d..1 ......,.1....+.. V M..1.. Cb.-'r I sf C;....... . ....
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,I'\\' STILL MORE ABOUT PEOPLE... New Bank OfficerAt Real Estate Sales

JUDGE AND MRS..-WILLIAM HAHN of Schenectady a recent meeting of Mr. and Mrs. John Witt I
at the board of directors of Anna Maria have pur-
N. Y. returned home last week after vacationing
their Island home on 70th Street, Holmes Beach, for Edward F. Keen Jr. was chased a lot at the cornerof
65th Street and Palm
two weeks. elected vice president and
M EDWARD J. NORRIS of Wakefield, Mass., vice comptroller of the First Drive Holmes Beach and
president of the American Mutual Insurance Co., National Bank, it was announced are building a duplex
! is a guest this week of Dr. and Mrs. Ray Green of by President home on the property.The
56th Street, Holmes Beach. Moreland Gaines. sale was handled by JohnB.
Prothero
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH McCRONE of North Shore Keen formerly senior RegisteredReal
Drive, Anna Maria left the Island a few days ago to vice president and cashierof 116 Slst Estate Broker of
spend the summer at their home in Alameda N. M. the South Carolina Nat- Street Holmes
\ JAMES HOWELL of Seaside Gardens and Somerton ional Bank of Columbia Beach.. .
I Ohio, operator of the Island's air taxi service visited S. C., has a broad back-
a the Island last week with his son-in-law, Charles ground of experience in Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Edwards -
.1.. -Ii" Merritt, also of Somerton. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt the banking field. He attended of Lakeland have
L --= plan to move to the Island to become permanent the Georgia Even- purchased a Bay front
lot that
residents here. Mr. Merritt recently finished ten ing College, and is a adjoins their homeon
years in the Navy as a radio technician.MR. graduate of the Graduate Bay Boulevard Anna
nA'1r AND MRS. IRA RIFFLE of Bay Boulevard School of Banking at Rut- Maria from Lalah Ruth
Anna Maria, left this week for their summer home in gers University. He also Fitz of Tampa. Ralph
AIB in Parrish of Parrish Realtyof
Tiger Ga. completed courses
MR. AND MRS. CARL MATTSON of 74th Street, accounting taxes and bank Anna Maria handledthe
Holmes Beach have returned to their home in Wol- management. At presenthe transaction.Keen .
cott Conn for the summer. is director of the Na- served with the U.
MR. AND MRS. CHRIS ADAMS of Bradenton Beach tional Association of Bank S. Air Force during World
c .. ---- will vacation for several months during the summerin Auditors and Comptrollers War II, and attained the
Home (upper picture) at 5709 Guava Orvllle Ont. and chairman of the rank of captain. He is I
Street Holmes Beach purchased recently by Mr. MR. AND MRS. W. W. PERRY have returned to organization's operations married and has two chil-
and Mrs. William E. Garthe of Peggy's Cove Binghamton, N. Y. after spending the winter at the commission. dren.
Nova Scotia from Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Miller of Coyne Cottage on Pine Avenue, Anna Maria. .
Key Royale. The transaction was negotiated by JohnB. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH. P. RONAN of Schenectady,
Prothero Registered Real Estate Broker and N. Y. are occupying their home on 70th St., Holmes Reserve I
Ruth Mahar of Mahar Realty both of Holmes Beach. Beach, for three weeks. Your Home
Mr. and Mrs. de Garthe also purchased the corner MR. AND MRS. AUGUST MARX of Key Royale have
lot adjacent to their new home through the same returned to Shelby Mich. for the summer and fall.
brokers. CHUCK VERMETT of Turner AFB. Ga. spent a NOWIf
Home at 108 Maple Avenue, Anna Maria (lower short leave with his mother Mrs. Mary VerMett of
picture), which has been purchased by Mrs. Edna Holmes Beach, last week..
i Ewerta of Lakeland from Mrs. Mildred Wright of MR. AND MRS. FLOREMAN BOMELINE former
t Anna Maria. Sale of the property was handled by Island residents returned to Newark N. Y.recently
i Gertrude Blassingame Realtor. (Islander Photos) after vacationing on the Island for the winter. You Desire OccupancyThis

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THE FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON

t MOTHER....* OWE AND WHEN ri41 aov.sOR BUD ANYONE WHO
} EVERYTHING TO YOU OF FLORIDA I'LL FIGHT FOR. READS VOUR SENIOR<
J AND DAD/ A REAL PRCXSFOVrtA Of CITIZEN PLATFORMWILL
APPRECIATION FOR AU KNOW t you
4 DADS AfSO MOTHERS REALLY MEAN IT.' 7 I


JACK HOLMES Realtor


/ Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr.
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I 1I t j Your Authorized I t;

FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer

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'l1M?.OD.Pd...s.Q... E"d FURNITURE & APPLIANCESPHONE


; 770-1267
.dax IN PERFECTLY FITTED I
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STOP IN AT OUR NEW 9BOS GULF DRIVE: ANNA MARIA FLORIDA

MASONSHOES
} OFFICE ? Call 7782012R.

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( 5500 MARINA DRIVE J C. SCHUCHARDPLUMBING


,: JOHN P. HUTH-INSURANCE ENJOY TK. C.-..,, .f W..lk!*, All Doy L.wo ... CONTRACTOR
&XM HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
f.w.r Se't Cushl.e .(Alrl'
778-1022 HOLMES BEACH-778.2009
AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH YOUR PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS

LOCAL MASON SHOE COUNSELORCALL

Art Exhibit Now
Showingby Cop Wilkes 778-7434 I C&uHJ

2813 Ave. E. Holmes Beach<
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INSTRUCTORS and STUDENTS LET THE PEOPLE CHOOSE! \\' --
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EARLFAIRCLOTH HIV Your LoMdry Done


Tfct EASY WAY!
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ATTORNEY GENERAL "

JUST CALL 778-2295
THE BANK.
A PRACTICING LAWYER. .

.., NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN Beach Bendix

CttablUKed April 25. 1961 S BORN IN LEVY COUNTY.
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Laundry & Dry Cleaners
On Anna Maria Island. Univ. of Florida Law School Graduate.

Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years. 205 Gulf Drive No Br denton Beach

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA 4. ...... .1 A4 ,
I ran PICKUP *> DdJViftY sumcx

M.. '.r: ,He... P.po. I..ce Ce,....... THERE S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE j ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAMOr






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L 11oTTI3 REAL ESTATE I




,l'W 2 CANAL FRONT BARGAINS BIMINI BAY ESTATES READY FOR DEVELOPMENTEIGHT

HOLMES
KEY ROYALE DRIVE--3 Bedrooms Baths OUTSTANDING HOMESITES BEAUTIFUL LOTS--HIGH & WELL-

f plus LARGE Living Area and Screened Patio.
Central Heat. 2-Car Garage AND the price IN CITY OF ANNA MARIA DRAINED and in Excellent Neighborhood.Nice .
includes Rugs. Drapes. Refrigerator. Water
Softener and Washing Machine. Beautifully Palms. Close to Beach.Zoned one familyor
If you are looking for an outstanding valuein
Landscaped Lot. a homesite on a broad canal which leads to Duplex. Private Well. ALL FOR $20.OOOI!
ANNA MARIA Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches *
\ * * * * *
Two Bedrooms. Two Baths. Central Heat and BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. .:JJ/JJJJItJo_
,!:J Air Conditioning. Completely Furnished and Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
x MAHAR Real) Estate:
-, full information.
only a block from beach. Seller is interested
in an offer. RUTH W.MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER

BLASSINGAME, REALTOR 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
Beautiful Island WaterfrontBUILDER
I.[ BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 CLOSED WEDNESDAY

SISLER. DUDLEY. BroV.r-Sol. mao77821S4ANNA
OWNER MUST SELL
MARIA. FLORIDA
BRAND NEW 3BR 2 Bath Real Private

JACK'S BEACH BARGAINS $1000.00 Will Handle SICK

BECKE'F1 REALTY
I AT A REAL SACRIFICE WAGNER

-_,--._-.._. ... .. -r- 5500 MARINA DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH

PHONE 778-3333
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t JOHN M. BECKETT: JR VIC REINCL.1O5 .
........"..00...... As.oe.wta


ii1_ Ft. GULF FRONTAGENo REALTOR

of HB Shopping Center 18 CANAL FRONT LOTS

w- : -riii ir-ri ZONED MOTEL $30,000 $8,000 Cash

6O8 KEY ROYALE DRIVE 75 x 145 each
115 Ft. GULF FRONT LOT
THIS LOVELY 3-Bedroom 2-Bath.Centrally
Heated and Air Conditioned Home to be sold Anna Maria $3,000 each TERMS
WELL BELOW COSTI! Owner Wants Offer-All or Half


--OPEN FULL DAILY INFORMATION FOR YOUR,see INSPECTIONFor Jack Marshall-- JOHN B. PROTHERO Four Years To Pay

MCCISTCIIEO REAL ESTATE MOKCM-SAl.CS&.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. REALTOR
Furnished. Some minor repairs but a real HARRY M. RIFE
buy at ONLY $7.000--wtth just $SOO Down I LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR 2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton Beach
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TWO BEAUTIFULLY-WOODED Water Front rs... 778-1341 AJM. Me.... 778-2663 or eve.. 778-1464
Lots--Palms. Pines & Cedars. Has Boat
Anchorage and ia Near the Beach. Both Lots -
for ONLY $4.40O on terms. BUILDER OF HOMES
easy
He>.*... .wl.ekl. f.* 1.1.,",
JACK MARSHALL Rtahor climate I .fMI l ee*4tle....
R--.4.U... Addill.ns, a
M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria Repelra. Trv.e-.,th" LflRCHIM DfVflOPffimT V CORPQftflTIOil
..tl n.tee 9''......
NORMAN ROSEOALC
Anna Merla 778.1410
74 7q,..d 1.

WATERFRONT .L--,
2 GULF FRONT Presents - -

HOMES COTTAGEJUST

LISTED: 2 BR ,..
'V'l-.;:'''
'
NOW OFFERED ..... .
Furnished Cottage on '>

FOR
the Gulf in Anna Maria.

AS LOW AS Beautiful Dcach. Priced

FOR QUICK SALE AT
$1900 down .
ONLY 17300. Term -. GULF DRIVECO

NO CLOSING COSTS A.AHTWIHT.OCNATIVC
if desired. cJ..Iwlws 0-.......
Call Ralph Parrish ...w..1..1.gU/---....
OR or Peggy Moore HOI.-MES--BEACH

ASK *....MMParrish ANNA MAIIA ISLAND
AIOUT CASH DISCOUNT
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.lty

P.O.Pl...,A M..Maria

SEAWALL INCLUDED 7781902., 778-2121 MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

FULL GARAGE
WE HAVE

LAWN & LANDSCAPING TWOUNFURNISHED 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
FEATURING -
HOMES for RENTon

FULL INFORMATION AT a yearly basis 100.... .........o..u N. M./....... Ui.s.... M...... c-e..a __AM Kl*..r.......
. ._ -Cw'.--,Oft............ c..a ,..G.NS1.N..ON/.w.1
Don't Wait Or A T. ar. A.h. ___
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__ ....... C..s. & t.N. 1bs. ...... ....
MODEL HOME CENTER s... ..-.* I J. l ...... .u-a a.-W as
See Us t......b .C1..... .....A..s..s....on...C.B.N. 'T__ r1.w.T1r.rslwiLr
ON KEY ROYALE .. r....____is..q c.-.. A-C __.1 ar/MM. TV bl..rP..i
5ft.rf* WoflMrREALTY a........*..>.., 4 C.TV a. .... .. ....
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r'.1 I-t- t __ U....N.P.m...
I Ul..4 S*. ."pU C.m..

PHONE 77Y-2444 BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor
Or WRITE BOX 1012
Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable,
ANNA MARIA
a...c.......N......... SaU Phone 778.161.
Representative
PHONE 778-1917 Ati.w Pls............ -



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12 THE ISLANDER Thursday. April 30. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLIVIES BEACH I


I trl\ ''atli c"6 Daffy
MAIL BOXESWE hJW cTWlNlitww..
r ::: : .G inc.


HAVE ALL KINDS Peel Rattan S r
with

plain & SWIVEL Saucer Chair I

-.7-. _. fancypost COOL and COMFORTABLE

FREE GIFT 5 MAIL WRAP
Special $11.95LIMIT
& house ddisoll Lending Library
2 ..r J., D.rrcA....
also LUSTROWEARRUST

PROOF

FREE DELIVERY New! New!

Holmes Beach Supplies IMC. .
778-1131 ; SWIM SUITSi
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5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach w I
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For Your New Mail Box
--- Marie Reid i

PURf ,, Cole of California ..
ORNAMENTAL IRON POSTS
Robby Lee
made to order at
Alfred Shaheen of Honolulu

Holmes leach GARAGE

,i next door to Holmes Supply Manatee Company County Water one ; two piece styles

PHONE 778-1705 (INCORPORATED)
BWS/IMU Office: /: '.. .. ,
ut .
.. FOLDING Rte*AiT. CtltS Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida ,t,6:0 ] .. \r ,
WE RENTHIGH PLAY PINS DIAfftS Telephone 778-2022 Ley.way ..-:_...:.... .....
CHAIRS LINENS SUHIA THING con .... 7781161CHOICE
STROLLERS BLANKETS' ..
ec.- ruin{Won+.A
Linen Rental Service 778-1472
TOLL FREE SPECIALSTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY
214-54th St. Holmes Beach
I, I MEATS & PRODUCE

WEEKEND SPECIAL Claw Hammer All Steel-Rubber Grip-98C

'7/oQale 7tle 12x12 Sheets 6 Foot PLASTIC AIR MATTRESS-$1.48Men's =

98 S.S.Sports Shirts-Dacron& Cotton $2.19Women's
reg. < special 7S.J2.I' *
(Slightly OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
Cotton or Rayon Slip.(Soiled 98
EVERY DAY
__. ISLAND VARIETY STORE 7781021elutoOwners ISLAND -
? 'Oc- 778-1020 SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

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HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEQ

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
BRIDGE WEEK -O CALL 778-1771
NIGHT 778-1440

MOTOR. BOAT AND TRAILER AMI Maria Island's Oily


I : Do rt--Plymouth

BIG WEEKEND SPECIALS liD
Beach Liquor StoreHolmes
tllrou l Lout the store -
BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
REGISTER FOR THE BIG DRAWINGYou WEEK END SPECIALS
Don't worry. With Auto-
might win a PHILCO I Transistor Owners Boat Insurance GIN
frfrfr339 3 for s8I5
you'r completely prot.ct.d.v.n VODKA
TREMENDOUS IUYS ON motor'falls overboard.when your fire. Philadelphia Blend 1/5 $3393 for 'gZQ
i and theft and collision protection
STEREO portable 5 console units Owners too.agent Call your today Auto-andprotect Private Hiram Walker Cellar 1/532 3 for $1 J.6S
11
11 too Ptwel
your boating investment -
Table S Transistor RADIOSAIR j \ Boat Insurance.with Auto-Owners IMPORTED SCOTCH-5th $442


CONDITIONERSColor TEN IMPERIAL HIGHWALKERS 3 SFOR10 1 00=

TV Black S White GIN
!(:Bay YGea Slnsurance BLACK LABEL 6 Pack Bottles
BUSCH BAVARIAN pus
USED TV SETS from $10 upI OLD MILWAUKEE a9.." a T..,'
778-1697 778-1548
ISLAND TV 778-1703 PHONE 778-2023
1 Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERY




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