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: May 7, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Volume ID: VID00223
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



652 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 7, 1964 TEN



P.O.letter Status to the QuoA City of Anna THIS IS THE WEEK THAT WAS HOW THE ISLAND

Maria from James A. Haley,

7th Dist. Congressman, was DEMOCRATIC
read at Monday evening's AM BB IIn
meeting of the city commis-
UNITED STATES SENATOR
sion. Spessard L. HOLLAND 81 85 1-19
In the letter Haley said he
Bradley ODIIA 30 62 68
had been informed by the Post
Office Department that it was
GOVERNOR
not considering any change in
1 Haydon BURNS
20 42 33
status for the Anna Maria
4 Fred Bud DICKINSON 14 24 22
Post Office.
2 Robert King IIIGII 18 21 28
Another letter from Haley, 1F 6 Frederick U. KARL 18 13 22
sent to Col. Gene Cox said
., 3 Scott KELLY 68\9 77
Haley was "hopeful that the - I: 5 John E. (Jack) t/\TIIEWS 28 -13 8Q
Post Office Department will, !
within the of weeks
next couple
ATTORNEY GENERAL
certify a register of eligibles .....;;;-- Earl IHCLOTII \Q 73 114 .
for the Anna Maria Postmaster -
Jamcs W. KYNES 81 107 128
appointment. . .. :
A few days ago, work on an 'k PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSIONER
addition the Anna Maria
to
Phillip S. IIREWER 38 -18 30
Post Office building was Edwin 1... "Ell" MASON 67 Q\: 1..6.

begun.According to S. Norman
STATE ATTORNEY
Rosedale, Anna Maria con-
Frank SCII/\UB 92 107 139
tractor who owns the building, w. M. (Mickey) SMILEY 53 77 101
the addition will give the post
office double its floor
present COUNTY COMMISSIONER (01st. 1))
space, and also will contain Richard P. (Dick) IlUGGS 62 100 100
some additional private office M. B. (Mickey) IIAIUUSON 71 75 12Q
space.A .
variance to the established
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ((1)IHt. 3))
set-back regulation was I Malcolm n.. DUGGAN 53 6' 128
granted Rosedale after a recent 3 Duane (Red) LEE 16 2Q 2b
hearing by the Zoning 2 Nathan .1. (Natc) TA YLOI6 63 67
Adjustment Board. The var-

iance allows the new wing of COUNTY COMMISSIONER ((JIHt. 5))

the building to be erected the .... Robert C. (Bob) IIUTCIIHS 72 72 II"
same distance from the street a ....r 3)r
_
Tom W. JENNINGS 45. 82 Q6
line as the present building.

COUNTY PI\OSU.CUTINO 'rrO\\NUY M'
-
Change In Mail Time :
2 Jerry IIUSSHY 35 SS H8
Acting Postmaster
Stewart
II. Hawkins of Anna Maria r :, 1 K. J. (Bob) MARSHALL 74. QI 109<<
announced Tuesday that the 3111: T 3 It. J. (Jake) IUTTHI\, JR. 27 29 33

Anna Maria Post Office will
not be affected by the recently SIIHIUflP
announced adjustments in par- 1 Roy 1'. BADEN 86 118 159
cel post and money order J George II. GILl.. 37 39 52
service. Doth will continue as 2 )toward W. (Pat) KInK 33 .3 .3

they have been.
Closing hours for dispatching TAX COLLECTOR
of mail will be changed Joseph 1'. (Joe) GARROTT 49 63 76
slightly, however. Mall depos- ; G. H. (Glb) JOHNSON 101 118 171

ited before 8 a.m., weekdays, ;
will be sent out on the morning COUNTY SURVEYOR
truck. Afternoon closing time : Morris Leo MILLS .8 58 78 .
t.d ,. William A. nOUBI\TS 52 68 86
for outgoing mail will be 4 p.m. I" .
It. 4
instead of the present 5 p.m., :.t
effective Wednesday, May 6. .....; .. CONSorABLB (Olin. 6))
In order for mail to be sent 1 (Dick CUMMINGS 25 .0 54
out on the afternoon truck It 1 2 W. D. (11111) FORT 26..0 56
must be deposited by 4 p.m. a. .. 3 William D. PAIUCBIt 18 29.44
S James 11. P'IJLI..IPS' II 12 12
Directors NamedThe IP'w 4 [human J. ROBERTS 15 I I" 19

board of directors of the .
Anel..t.follcluIIO District Commissioner
Island Players met to
discuss plans for the recently 196465 .. .. s (Group TwoYear Term)
season. Samuel L. CROSTIIWAIT J" .7 63 .
T. M. GILMORE H 63 84 1 106
Harold Igo will direct the

first two plays of the season, -
Antl-t.COtIclulru District Commissioner.
and Helen Peters of White
Dear Lake Minn will direct 1. BEFORE--Toll gate at the Anna Maria Bridge when (Group 2--f1our-Year Term)
the season's third production.It tolls were still being collected; and 2. AFTER--Tolls If. S. MOODY 91 1 98 ..53
was agreed that the Players had been discontinued. Picture taken Sunday afternoon Jamcs J. NOflSKOV 22 J8 "I

will pay $300 next winter shows that in the few day since removal of toll, the
for use of the Anna Maria toll plaza also had been removed. 3. Patti Rucker of Anel-Moaquleo District Commissioner
Community House. During the Bradenton, who was chosen "Miss Manatee County"Saturday (Group 3--Twf.-Year Term)
1963-64. season the Players evening, with Bill Genung, president of the J. N. McCLURH 79 93 .140
paid the City of Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Division, at Sunday M1chae'AnehonyMURJlUyrq' :; "J 45

SI 14 for the use of the Community afternoon's barbecue at the south end of the Island.
House. The payment Miss Manatee picked out some of the names of winners REPUBLICAN
arrangement will be on a year- of merchandise prizes given by Island merchants.
to-vtar,, Kan_. 4. New pier-Rroin at County.. Beach Droaressln,*... tmmt. GOVERNOR
-- --- -------
J Ken YOLKS 22 :20 42

New Seamanship :211. U. (CUob) JlOSTHR :lO 20 61
ANNA MARIA/ ISLAND WEATHER CourseThe I Charles R. ItOI.LHY 33 :25 52


T. ,. t....... ..... .*..Wl I CONSTAIII..R (CDI.e. 6)
Anna Maria Island Power
lames K. UICK J. 36 92
cam Hooo t p m HI gh Squadron will accept registrations
John C. IUASflALHAN 11 20 JJ
Apr. 272., 90 fO 92 77 from qualified persons
29N' ) M for a 15-we In
Apr. 9O 92Apr. 77 Hone course
It R J1 Hit ENDUMSPROPO6ED
3OfO" 9O "K4 5T2 7 It How I Seamanship, at 8 p.m.. Wednesday PORT AUTItORrrV Yes 3..0 Nu 2""

May. 179 PO r1 7Mjy 79 .6 May 13. IIMOflQ'HD: BONDS (Hospital. Yes 41.4. No-I.
2--7 VO r1 02 '7..* Hone- Clashes will be held at the

May J7 tiS K *.4 <"9 1""') Hone aircondliloned Bridge .a-cor- k. C. Sherman. who Is recognized successfully
May -n P< m fO n lone turn In the Fairway Shopping' .a* an outstandingInstructor. Power Squadron C
Center* 51st S(. and Manatee To be eligible a "l1oc.n..and. Small Moat .
Avenue West Uradcntoo. The student must b. a member of ling
course will be taught by Col. the Power Squadron


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J THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 7. 1964

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an ,r

_ Islander Editorials ense . u r.

by THE EDITORAs '1iI N


Need we get ready to go to press
A Florida's voters (or at least

some 50 to 60 percent of them)

Need for more police protection on the Island once againwas are going to the polls to pick
made very evident last Friday night when one or more their favorite candidates in

hoodlums tore apart some of the equipment at the Econowash the May 25 runoff primary

coin laundry at Gulf Drive and 53rd Street in Holmes Beach.A elections and in some cases

coin changing machine, which cost approximately, was for the general election in <
pried from the wall and lugged away together with its November. 1
contents estimated to be from "$100 to more than $150." Having reached our majoritya
mer about running in the "What sort of complaints
_ Besides the monetary value of the machine and its goodly number of years ago
red at room rates that "A man: 'There's a woman
contents the damage caused considerable inconvenience and we thought we had seen most
would refurbish the Wal- across the street. She owns a
loss of to Wallace Gray owner of the
possibly some business of the political hi-jinkspossi-
dorf. It's a helluva way to dog. Every day shortly afternoon
Until the machine could be replaced someone time But
establishment. ble, some ago. "
"run a railroad, and a lot she ties her dog to a
had. to stand by to make change for customers of the laundry. exposure to the first round ofa
of hospitals would do the post in the yard. It barks at
This incident is not an isolated one--the same laundromat full-scale Florida "four-
public a favor by farmingout car, and
every every
person
.has been the subject of at least one previous attack by thieves year" political campaign has
the room concession to when nobody is around barks
who on their previous visit broke into and badly damaged a made us realize how free-
Conrad Hilton. just for the heck of it. It ruins
coin operated soft drink dispenser and another machine which wheeling a real southern-style
ft tt ft our after-lunch siesta. Can
trades:small packages of crackers for the appropriate coins campaign can become. "
Answering a question.Mayor you stop this?
andtppjca the machines contained.A the of eternal
With
,ig ) light
bear Elmer G. Twist of Holmes "A woman: 'Is there any law
poinr'to', in mind about the laundry is that it is in optimism shining from their
Beach said "Yes I We or ordinance that prohibits
the best-lighted area of the Island just few hundred feet east beaming countenances no less : get my
of the Island Shopping Center and only a muffin's toss from than six gubernatorial hopefuls many complaints and our aldermen neighbor from running his power -
in charge of various lawnmower at six in the
the very well-lighted Island Bank. Also, there are few periodsof entered the lists in the Demo- "
duties each and ?
investigate one morning
any length even during the night when cars are not passing cratic primary. Despite their
each if "A 'The who
to satisfy woman: man
that point on Gulf Drive. And too, headlights of cars driving public utterances none of the try person
the remedy is within the laws lives next door has covered
-
north at that corner shine right into the laundry adding some two or three who polled the
and ordinances of the clty.uLETTERS (Continued 3)
on Page
illumination its interior.So .
to already profusely-lighted fewest votes could possiblyhave
if the unknown thief or thieves felt sufficiently secure been naive enough to
from possible interference by police to tackle such a projectin believe that they had so muchas .

an area: as well lighted as that particular establishment the an outside chance. Dear Editor: Dear Mr. Cox:
need for more police patrolling--during the night--is obvious! The three top-running can- It was most encouraging to This is in further referenceto
Police officers whose training and experience qualify them as didates seemed to have all or read in the March papers that our correspondence regarding -
experts ,in, their field all agree that the best way to keep the at least most of the qualifica- the roads and traffic conditionsin the possibility of a
incidence of crime and vandalism low is to keep officers tions necessary the qualities Anna Maria City were being change in the Post Offices on

patrolling in marked cars. of leadership legislative or seriously considered.As Anna Maria Island.
Important administrative experience I sit daily parked in the You will be pleased to know

Reasons WhyAs political know-how car, while the family shops or that the Post Office Depart-
t and above all--backers! goes for mail I have ample ment has decided to make no
previously stated the laundromat break is not an With the first primary past opportunity to observe and change in these post offices. I
Isolated incident. Not many weeks ago Pete Reynard's Yacht there will be a great scrambleto study the situation. have today notified the officialsin
CJub Restaurant was broken into and a metal box containing realign the defeated candi- The speed is worse from the both Anna Maria and Braden -
several hundred dollars was taken from a small safe. dates and their supporters north as there is no ,"Congested ton Beach about this.
Only last week the newpavillon at the south end beach was behind the two winners to try Area" sign where cars Enclosed is a copy of the

,broken into and liquid soap spilled around the storeroom. A to get each of that pair by the turn from Pine Avenue onto report that I received from the
few weeks ago Gary Helser who is custodian of a supply of May 26 runoff successfully.What Gulf Drive or start up after an Department on this matter.I .
county mosquito-fogging material at his garden supply store may be the undoing of Imperative "Stop" sign. Thus am hopeful that the Post
.In Holmes Beach reported that vandals had opened the valveon the final successful candidate many drivers seeing a good Office Department will within
the drum of fogging material and let 50 plus gallons run ((where the voters are con- straight road ahead seem to the next couple of weeks certifya
,out on the ground. The material is furnished by the county for cerned) is the cost of getting a ,"step on the gas." register of eligibles for the
Island residents who wish to do some supplementary mosquito- candidate for governor throughthe Trucks and cars alike whiz Anna Maria Postmaster appointment -

fogging around their own properties and is dispensed by three more or less sepa- by the IGAt! at times appallingly so that we can move /
Helser aa,a free service to the community.On rate campaigns leading to that ahead on this matter. .J
several occasions during the past couple of years the mansion in Tallahassee. To cross the street is dan- With all good wishes I am
bar at the old Gulf Park Hotel has been broken Into and on at Running for office in Florida gerous! To back up and start Sincerely yours I I,

... least one of those occasions quick work by its proprietors especially a state office, can- out Is also a hazard! James A. Haley
and the local police led to the capture of the prowlers who not be dismissed as innocent Why a 40 MPH sign was put Congressman 7th District

had helped themselves to liquor and money. inexpensive fun. Each candi- at Willow just beyond for a
Other Island business places broken into during the pasty date must post an amount equalto very short stretch and to be EDITOR'S NOTE: Following
ar have been the Handy Dandy Store at the Island Shopping five percent of a year's halted abruptly by a dangerous is' the letter from the Post
Center; Ernie Cagnlna'a IGA Foodllner in Anna Maria; Lefty salary of the office to which he Intersection sign. Is hard to Office Department to which

,Miller's restaurant at the Anna Maria City Pier and the aspires--post it at the outsetof grasp. There are six roads Mr. Haley referred in his
,pavilion at the Manatee County Beach where the Island the campaign when he first crossing or entering Gulf letter:
Kiwanis Club has had its book sale receipts"tapped" several declares himself In--and that Drive in that brief run!

,time In addition to those cues listed there have been money Is RETURNABLE' We know that every effort is Dear Congressman:
numerous other more or less serious breaks and incidents of In the 1960 campaign when being made for public safety On April 24 we advised you

vandalism. Governor C. Farris No-New- as evidenced by the generous we were giving attention to
While It Is a fact that break-Ins will be committed Taxes Bryant was elected number of signs. your letter of April 16, con-
regardless of the number of policemen on duty in a city the each of the two top Democratic Surely something can be doneto cerning postal service on Anna
number of such incidents no doubt could be reduced by having gubernatorial candidates spent lessen the shopping area Maria Island Florida.We .
officers on duty around the clock. No one officer can reason- approximately $1 million.So hazard! have decided to take no
ably be expected to patrol his area all night after having been unless a candidate has a Margaret W. Burnham action on the proposed reloca-
active in performing his job during the day and early evening. million in his pocket that he tion of the Bradcnton Beach

can afford to use in his campaign EDITOR'S NOTE: We agree post office or on the change in
A Possible Solution --and who has 7--he must that the problem does exist status of the Anna Maria post

get the necessary wherewithalfrom but want to point out that it is office.
With tho cooperation of the weather bureau providing the a group of well-heeled not an easy problem for the Your continued Interest in
pleasant background the Island's first toll-free Sunday showed supporters around the state. local authorities to correct. the postal service is appre-
what new problems in traffic control confronted the Island And by the time he has gathered The control of traffic on Gulf ciated.
police. During most of tho day the heavy traffic on Gulf Drive together that bundle he Drive (State Route 789) is Sincerely A. C. Hahn
turned tho Islanda principal highway into another Route -41, has by necessity committed under the jurisdiction of the

and kept tho police busy unsnarling out-of-thc-ordinary himself to a large number of State Road Department.
traffic tie-ups which probably will become routine every Floridians who aren't in the

weekend. campaign merely for their
At ono point late Sunday afternoon 25 to 30 cars were health. The Islander

backed, up'oft 'the laland end of the Cortex Bridge waiting to ft tf H An Independent Weekly published every Thursday
cntor :Culf Drive but held up by the traffic along that artery. The following item is reprinted -
Both the county owned beachea were playing to near capacity from the May 1964 by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

crowds and the Anna Maria Bayfront Park alaowaa getting a Issue of TRUE MAGAZINE: 314 Pine .Avenue, Anna Mario Island., Florida. .
big play. LO THE POOR HOSPITAL
With all this increase in police"business" it how becomes The other day we visited EDITOR..............._._._.-.STEVE KIMBAll

imperative that responsibility for patrolling the two county hospitalized friend who was ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBAll

owned beaches on the Island be assumed by the Sheriffs paying $35 a Department. If more specific reasons are needed a count of room and board. For this TELEPHONE I : 778-2021.
the cars and people at the two beachea on weekends should sum he received an austere

provide those reasons. bedroom and about 80 cents' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.5Oper
There never has been a time when consolidation of the U.P'
worth of dispirited proven- year; $2 for six months. U< {
police departments, of the three Island cities appeared to be
der that would make a TV $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: ,
aa necessary a step aa It does today. Any officials of the three dinner look like the main $1 per column inch. Discount of ten .,.. ....
cities who fail to, or refuse to study and consider the idea course at a gourmet ban- percent for six consecutive insertion M =

will- be doing less than their beat for their citizens. quet. For 33 bucks a day you if paid by tenth of following month. M

In addition tovaatly improved police coverage of the laland can live high on the hog at National or agency placed advertising, --
greater efficiency and economy can result from a consolidated ..
any number of swank hotels $1.26 per column inch. ...
police effort. Such a consolidation, combined with the active that make a tidy profit on __ aTti/9@ua'-- .-
cooperation of the county sheriff which baa been promised by the deaL What gives ua CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
two candidates (in the primary election), the Island will be cauae to wonder ia the poor
Entered aa Second Claaa matter under
able to lick its more glaring police problems. mouth of ao manyhoapitalathat
baa when the islands water- the Act of March 3. 1879.
Toe day obviously paaaed pay no property mores,
1 filled moat plus some nominal police patrolling will serveto get a good deal of free help
''-.'. take care of protection of the residents and their propeny.1 and contributions,but yam- aUMATte COUNTY'S ONLY NONE OVNCD NCWSfAPCKJ
5tarte me positive atcpa MUST BB TAKEN




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Thursday. May 7. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

NEW SEAMANSHIP . SENSE AND . .
Bowling Banquet S w f. a W..hJaps
(Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 2) pm
The Squadron's recent his lawn with fresh cow Anyone interested in attending 8 am to 2 f*. S.eJ.ys
course in Sailing was manure and It smells to the award banquetof
,.
completed successfullyby high heaven. Millions of the Island Mixed Bowl- pxaa '
John E. Amsden Wil- flies bother us,the garageis ing League Saturday evenIng z $
liam J. Hiscox and L. full of them and they must have advance
Burton Rivers of the local come into the house every reservations.The .
Squadron Richard Ran- time a door is opened. Is banquet will beheldat
dall of the Sarasota there a nuisance law that the Mira Mar Restau- Island Pharmacy
Squadron and Donna L. covers the situation?' *' rant. Reservations for the 59O4 Marina Drive
Amsden. Delores Ansel "A woman: 'The lot next banquet must be made with
and Marjorie Trimmer to mine is covered with Dick Connick not later 778.1411-.Nlt 778-2075
who hold numbered cer- Spanish lice. Will you than Friday May 8. J. D. WEBB. P IM ii.Ut
tificates.A have the lot cleared and
regular bi-monthly mowed?* (Investigation Golf Meeting ,4 ., ; .;k
dinner meeting will be revealed that Spanish lice All local residents who ...---
held at the Bradenton is a small flowered plant.) are interested in golf are
Country Club at 7:30p.m., "A man: 'What can you invited to a meeting at the
Thursday May 7, with a do about the darned mock- Holmes Beach City Officeat -
social hour at 6:30. Students ingbirds that wake me up 8 p.m., Thursday May _n _
who completed the before daylight every 7. Cotton Brewer J. D. THE LAST TRIP of the Island's "pony express." the
most recent course in morning ** Webb and Dr. Ed Huth star route out of the Bradenton Beach Post Office FREE DELIVERY!
Piloting and accepted the members of a committee which was discontinued after Tuesday because of the
Squadron's invitation to High Twelve Club which has been Investi- start of new city delivery service in Bradenton Beach REGISTEREDPHARMACISTS
Join will be initiated. The Island High Twelve gating the feasibility of and Holmes Beach. Pictured carrier on the star
Club will hold its regular building a nine-hole golf route is Bob Barrett of Bradenton Deach. (Islander
MRS.MARJORIE ELLS- weekly luncheon meetingat course at Key Royale Photo)
56 7 will their find- -------- - ON DUTY
WORTH of 101 Oak noon, Thursday May report on
Avenue, Anna Maria diedat at the Holmes Beach Yacht ings. to bowling team winners. Council will hold its May
her residence Sunday Club with the speaker to :epsilon New officers of the various meeting at the home of AT ALL TIMES
Alpha
May 3.Born. be announced.A chapters were Intro- Mrs.. Hoffman with a luncheon -
in Norfolk Va., number of members of Epsilon Alpha Chapter duced. at the Gulf Terrace )Ode tYUd
she had lived in Anna the local club with their Beta Sigma Phi Sorority The chapter meeting on to follow. Mrs Hoffman
Maria since January, wives are planning to met last week at the homeof May 12 will be held at the Is in charge of arrangements Dad
having moved here from attend the charter partyof Mrs. Robert Hoffman. Manatee Memorial. Hos and reservations.
Lakeland. Before living in the recently organized The ritual of jewels degree pital. New officers will be Mrs.. George Thlbodeau. REVLONbath
Lakeland she had lived on Bradenton High Twelve was conferred on installed after a tour of Mrs. Lily Frlnk. Mrs.
the Island since 1946.She Club to be held at Biero's Mrs. James Ayers Mrs. the hospital. A beach party Hoffman and Mrs. Fran powder

was a registered nurse. Restaurant in Bradenton Clayton Bower and Mrs. during May for members Maxon. attended the recent lm.t. JL A$____rl".
f Survivors are her husband Saturday evening.May 16. Ronald Kilberg. husbands and guests has Beta Sigma Phi Bay Area
H. Briggs Ells- The charter of the new Members husbands and been planned. luncheon at the Port O* $3.00 $5.00
worth two sons, Michael club as a member of High guests attended the recent Beta Sigma Phi City Call on Saturday.
Drasky of South Norwalk Twelve International will founder's day dinner and Lauviu Travelers
Conn. and Richard Vesterof be presented by President dance which had as its DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
Gainesville; three Earle Cromer of the Anna theme. This Is the Way. ARPEGE $2.50
brothers Howard Roda of Maria Island Club whichis Awards were presentedto Au Mod.m Gulf Park MOBILE HOMES MY SIN $2.00CRESCENDO
the the Girl of the Year
Bogota Colombia Wilbur sponsor to the new ;
Roda of Bridgeport Conn. organization.All for perfect attendance to ,,..... l..cli B..t ...*. *Ace.....4mtt.... *- T(.*.Wrt _. t. 51 $2.00

and Edward Roda of Boca Master Masons are outgoing presidents and R.ee..t... HeM SA.HI.AWJ C.(At.*l S.r ItAOINTON ILACH spray atomizer $1
Raton and four sisters cordially invited to attend .
Mrs. Elizabeth Chambersof the meetings of the Island CHANEL #5
Sanford Mrs. Shirley High Twelve Club. Ask For ... FOODLINER
Williams of Daytona 1 Bath Powder
Beach Miss Edythe Roda Chapel was in charge of S5
Perfume
Spray
of Chicago and Mrs. Dorothy local arrangements and Hood's Quality & Variety
Dinkier of Huntington funeral services were Spray Cologne e.
Ind. held Wednesday at Dade
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THEIR TIME AND EFFORTS IN Salmon Loaf
FEDERALSAVINGS I a..",. ... .. 2SATURDAY r..i_ ..
SUPPORT OF MY CANDIDACY FOR ...."'t. t ....... .....
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All About People... daughter-in-law.They visited their Mr.son and and

MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs.Wendell .- Mrs. John Adams and
.. St. Rogers and son, and Mr. and Mrs. D. St. Rogers their son Rick Adams all
and children all of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. M. of Staten Island and their
Marshall and children of Syracuse. N. Y. son-in-law and daughter
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Condieof
Dunson of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. L. Lindsayof Rahway N. J.. and
Lexington UI...Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Siebert of K spent some time at the
Montreal...Mrs. Irene Wright of Toronto Ont. World's Fair.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Myron R. r MR. AND MRS. ELDON
Smith of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Ward of .,. MORGAN of Holmes
Elklns W. Va...Mr and Mrs. John Burdette of \ Beach have left to returnto
Beverly W. Va. 16 Brigantine N.J.. where
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Gifford of they will spend several
Joliet 111...Mrs. Marilyn Donhomme and family of An informal beach party held Saturday Ginny Dunham who appears at both months.
Tampa. afternoon on the Gulf beach at the end ends of the combined picture. picnic MRS. ROBERT PETERS
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. George of 75th Street by the student nurses supper was enjoyed by the group at left last week for her
Dana of Binghamton N. Y...Mr and Mrs. Jerry and nursing instructors at Manatee the Dunham home after the beach home at White Bear Lake
Ruzicka of New York City. Junior College. Unofficial hostess was party. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Minn. Mrs. Peters. vaca-
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mrs. Marquis W. .I.&one di n Anna Maria lor
Chllds of Washington D. C.. Mr and Mrs. Frank MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BOSS who have spent the four months and while here directed "The Silver
M. Coleman of Tampa. winter at their home on Day Boulevard Anna Maria Whistle," the Island Players third production of the
WEST WIND APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs. G.Schick left the Island recently to return to Holland Mich. winter season.
of Wantagh, N. Y. for the summer. MRS. TALBOT M. BREWER of North Shore Drive
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bond of MR. AND MRS. U. JERONIMO of Cocoanut Avenue Anna Maria returned home recently from Manatee
Pontiac Mich...Mr and Mrs. P. Craig and family Anna Maria are visiting in New York City and Walker Memorial Hospital and is recuperating from a back
of Scarborough Ont. ..Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snearyand Valley N. Y. for a month and plan to attend the New injury for which she received treatment at the hos
family of Avllla Ind. York World's Fair while they are in the north. pital.
PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartlett MRS. BARBARA AVELLAR of Provincetown Mass MRS. MAY BELL of Maple Avenue Anna Maria
of Charlottetown Prince Edward Island Canada. is a guest at the home of Mr.and Mrs. S. B. Kimballof has left to spend the summer in Minneapolis.MR. .
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wolfe Anna Maria. AND MRS. ALFRED ANDERSON who have
and family of Forrcstvllle N. Y. ..Mr. and Mrs. MAYOR JAMES O. FERGUSON of Bay Boulevard spent the winter at the Snyder Apartments in Bradenton -
Merle Arbogast and granddaughter Donna of Mc- Anna Maria is a patient at Manatee Memorial Hos- Beach and Miss Ethel Anderson and Miss
- Kccsport, Pa. pital where he underwent major surgery last week. Margaret Anderson all of Traverse City Mich.,
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAYMOTEL:Mr.and According to reports from the hospital he is rest- returned home last week.
Mrs. C. L. Williams of Miami. .Mr.and Mrs. R. M. ing comfortably.MR. MRS. RICHARD PROEBSTLE of Schenectady N.Y.,
Reel of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter of AND MRS. S. ABBOTT HUTCHINSON of Bay and her daughters Betsy and Susan are guests of
Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cold of Burlington Boulevard South Anna Maria have left for their Mrs. Proebstle's mother Mrs. William Hahn of
Vt. ..Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Black of Lakeland. .. home in Marblehead Mass. 70th Street Holmes Beach.
James Pope and party of Macon Ga. DR. AND MRS. GEORGE A.WOODHOUSE who have MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE J. BATTENFIELD
MRS. JAMES F. BAECHTEL of Albuquerque.N.M. lived on 77th Street Holmes Beach for several who have occupied their new home at Key Royale
is a guest for a few days of her parents Mr. and months have returned to Greenville Ohio for the Holmes Beach since December have left for their
Mrs. Jack Marshall of Crescent Drive Anna Maria. summer and fall. home in Wlnamac Ind.
Mr. Baechtel is attending an Atomic Energy Com- MR. AND MRS. H. J. TEMPLIN owners of Gulf MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM C. SEARL have left for
mission convention in St. Petersburg.MR. Park Bradenton Beach left recently for Petoskey their home in East Lansing Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
AND MRS. HAROLD McVEAN of 67th Street Mich., where they will vacation for several months. Searl have vacationed for the winter at their home
Holmes Beach have returned to their home at Akron MRS. WILLIAM HESTON of North Shore Drive "Whispering Pines," at 47th Street and the Gulf
N. Y. after occupying their home ,on the Island for Anna Maria left last week for Kalkaska Mich., where Holmes Beach.
the winter. she will occupy her summer home until early fall. LAURA M. HANSON of Fort McClellan Ala. has
PVT. 1/C MICHAEL K. MILLER son of Mr. and MR. AND MRS. HARRY COLE of Rochester N. Y. retired from the WAC and is now living at her homeon
Mrs. Craig D. Miller of Holmes Beach Is serving arrived Saturday to occupy their new home on Bay Spring Avenue Anna Maria.
with Medium Helicopter Squadron 262, Marine Air Boulevard South Anna Maria for the month. MR. AND MRS. ROY B. VANCE of 105-78th Street.
Group 26, based at the Marine Corps Air Facility MR. AND MRS. SAM ADAMS of Anna Maria returned Holmes Beach have returned to Sackets Harbor
New River. N. C. home a few days ago from a trip to New York City. N. Y. for the summer.

'ad & ieeet jDt: z DEEP SEA FISHINGABOARD Elgin Water Softeners and FiltersBUY
THE BEST FOR LESS
ON THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END OF THE ISLAND.
NEXT TO ROD A REEL MOTEL. FULLY CUA1AMTTED
THE ADMIRALS
NEW MANAGEMENT FRANK & NCL.L.CAVENDISH
BONDED & INSURED
SNACK BAR. BCCR A SOFT DRINKS>Op.n Dolly ft am to I O ptnMonday
6 t* 6 You All Come anti Meet The Fish! TACKLE AVAILABLE-
778-1418 loT PHILLIPS 7445142Dfacet
LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
DINE ON MOTHERS DAY AT

;1r GtbautttlatrNORTtI phone 778-2726 J6an/i1


La.ckoa ENOOF., 12 LONCitOAbTpKFr. lures 7:00 a.m. from CORTEZ 1' ]!

SARASOTA lit >
ANOTHER oieoa g'4 4ice

Wymnn-Greeii & Blalock, Inc. hall price offer

t* Out ?lain Door
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE on PERMANENT FLOWERS and FOLIAGES--
While They Last. NOTICE OUR NEW ORCHID
Established 1908 POTS and many other Floral Containers. t:1 nJ ..tP .
II 1 11St ,. It.1.,1
A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative SPECIAL PRICE ON GLAD VASES "" "! ) --'
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422 Twelfth. St. P........ 742-1431 d r Iff t wood40th .rl.s t

BRADCNTON 5+.. W.

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Metropolitan Announces DR. CHARLES A. WEAVERCHIROPRACTOR ,.:;: _


New Senior Citizen Policies covering ALf

expense of hospitalization
OFFICE HOURS BY
APPOINTMENTPHONE
FOR PEOPLE OVER 65The ride the busDank


premium on Ihctc' (policies way be (paid by the 778.2414 .

older people themselves-or by their children who 7702 PALM DRIVE HOLMES BEACH with us
may have the ultimate responsibility l for hospitalbills.
And-under present income tax lav"**, these The Bank with 31 wonderful services Including
premiums are treated as medical expenses of the complete TRUST Department)
taxpayer. or his dependents for purposes of income
tax. deductions. FUNERAL HOMES !
If you would tike more complete information ;;dn
about Metropolitan's new' Senior Citizens Policies, q4tp
write or phone: 1,1 aANIC ,

RepresentativeANDY NATIONAL BANK
CARLSEN :wEanot roc
755-4778 24 HOUR Ambulance Service OF .MAOCNTOM
COMPLETE TRUST DEPARTMENT

Metropolitan Life T.Lri..e: 771-2211 ANNA MAMA ISLAND ........ ....-&n..u r-------C----
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9 a.m. until noon, Monday ma Haynes reported that been made that quartersfor Meyer said thccommlsRion -
Anna Maria Trash Pick UpA through Friday each the city had been offered a library be rented. had agreed that the
week:, until Feb. 3, 1965 part of a library, whichis Meyer said he believedthe Island Players on a year-
city trash pick-up will Vice Mayor Harvey Meyer five days before the next now located at Roser city could afford to to-year basis would be
take place in Anna Maria presided at the meet- regular city election. Church but only when andif guarantee the rent for a charged $300 for the use
City, starting June 1. ing and told of the serious Ordinance 265 was read the city already had small store space which of the Community !House
The trash pick-up was illness of Mayor James O. for the second time and established a library. An was suggested. for the next season plus
announced at the meetingof Ferguson, who underwent adopted. It amends an investigation by Meyerand I Mrs. Haynes Mrs. D< the cost of cleaning the
the city commission on major surgery Manatee earlier ordinance, and Commissioner Robert Henry Clay Mrs. Robert building when necessary.
Monday evening. Each Memorial Hospital last provides for the rezoning Moses had shown that it Moses and Mrs. Paul lie said ho had conferred
householder in the city week. of three lots on Day Boulevard would cost a minimum of Carlisle were named as a with Players President
will be entitled to have a Ordinance 264, which from R-2 to Com- $3,000 to remodel the committee to investigate Frank Brcchlln. and the
cubic yard (compacted) authorizes reregistration mercial. Community House so it further. terms had been accept-
of trash picked up by the of all voters in the city, Ordinance 266, dealing would accommodate a li- Bills totaling $745 were able.
city. It must all be com- was passed at its second with specifications for brary. approved for payment, During the last season.
bustible material, with no reading. It will become seawalls, also was read. Later in the meeting and a balance reported of the.Players paid the city
tree branches longer than effective on May 15, when Commissioner Mrs. Al- after the suggestion had 23892. $II ..
six feet, nor larger in qualified voters may reregister -
diameter than six inches. to vote in city ]) ltie''i8c<< ctyl Stten 3iIattae. Z o .rACOde

Trash must be piled near elections. The registration ... ... ... .
WELCOME Wlt** Visitor. .1!? d mU iAIRCONDITIONED slap.-
the street so that It will books will then be DRYERS BUILDING & MASONRY ..;
be readily accessible to open for rercgistration, SAME BEAUTICIANS AND SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE. CONTRACTING \
the truck. at the city office, from Op.w Sl. D.y. A W...fc-Cv..tli..s By Appel.l .t...ii..
CReSCENT a. PINE P 4. TTB-MII ANNA MARIAPON'T Anna Maria 778.2557
Your Authorized ,


FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer TRY
PUT IT OFf

E"9d FURNITURE & APPLIANCESPHONE
Old

77O-126'/ DO IT NOWIII! ! milwaukee


9805 CULT DRIVE ANNA FLORIDA .
MARIA. j'. 4.BREWED
GET YOUR WINTER ""

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FOR THAT
DUDS PUT AWAY ( C WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE


Infl'O' '. JUST CALL


ATTENTION H I VOTERS!!!

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.. .O. r'-J: e OS 7782295BE ALL VOTERS IN Tllli CITY OF HOLMKSHHACII
will be .
to
re-reglater at
O ,,\\ the Holme Beach City Office In order Co VOCe
1 e . In local (city) election Quallfledvoteramay
11. .. "\ S SURE TO INCLUDE
.. '. register. between 9 a.m. and I p.m.,Monday

\.. --G through Friday
P YOUR ELECTRIC BLANKETS The object of the re-reglatratlon la to
r: ( ... purge the registration Hat of name*of vocera
",e who no longer are qualified ftf'IrhO' In city
e election.
G\ HATS Beach Bendix rc-rnHatraUoo has no the
BAGS Laundryand Icatonaami r ''to vote in? .
c .?. ii! County r ff;! the

:>. JEWELRYjjrjiJ" lllrctlona to tike placr tm .

SUITS Pauline II. Archer City Clerk
DRESSES Dry Cleaners City of Holme (loath
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SWIM SUITS
205 Gulf Drive North ANNA MANIA ISI.AMO 7IOCSl1
SPORTSWEARCOORDINATES MAY ..-MIGN-. -.OW_
? 7 T.,.. 1,21 .. 1.7 S40.1. 2.04... 0.1 2.2'9.' .. 0.9
2G/.1'8 Bradenton Beach S L1 "J' .. I.. "M r 1.7 2.4.. 0.7 J.21 ,.. 0.1
9 Set tSS.. 2.0 10.40... IA 3.IS.w o.S .10.. 0.2
10 s.ew 10111.. 2.J ....., ,.. '.S .4S.. 0.7 4.50 p..&l
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121.4 2109. I.J 1.47 ..2.7 .J' .. 1.2 7.29....0.3
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 14 TIM... 1212'7 .....
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES I

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ..... :
BERNARD MISSION ..
KB03TEK FICTITIOUS NAME ""i, ..J'' .. ,.
(CATHOLIC) TINt uaaterafcMd. do .....eby certlfj .i,. ..., ';' 1f" : ; .,,. { l '
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dial 1tIey. conducting m T. .t ,
Rev. Frenci F. WelanlllerMASS ;
Sale and Serrtc Baalneaa ac I09ABrld : f\t; = "1 ; ,.\ ..- *
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(;. .... BradencoM oacII. . .: ,, >' \, ns 'J. -
: Florida. under tha flctltlona .....of ., l1at'. : 'y' :..e.'i.;: \ 'e'

SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am ROSS'S TV of SHOP.th. tad that MM firm. tocotaaoaad '\ ',,3Jt\;: ; t'jJ:: : : : .,ji % trr .
following t.
p.rwho. renew. ,
WEEKDAYS: 8 am .. f ti', "'X iff; ;\ x.J. rt" A: -
.J..t
and CII rnloaac !
} name plaeea : / 'i' ;
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm ere aa follow R. Moor".IYa Jr..L.IO3A Moor.Bride aRcb.rt .** .*"hD.f\ \ ::f'!),.,. .' {Ir,'{.{; ,,/'W'"'ilI': .:t '!;. .. .. ;';' ''t ff", " ,
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BENEDICTION " ; : \ f .
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WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pmHorvwy II.I* our IncenUo to apply to ISM i",., ," :,:ff. 'A.'. ".":,.,,. ,' .. ., .
Clerk of tfc*Circuit Court la and for .. . \ , : \ f ,
Maaatae Comer. .
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Memorial ChurchH.nDenomlnotlonal RUSS's TVrstatmi "
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tb* Mid MUM of : c ,
( l i I) under tb*provlalan*at Cbaocer 2O933, : ', ft
Bradenton Beeeh Land Florida Act of 1941. ... . .. .
) wit.... our .hand.data 2.tta. Day ol ,. ,. ., ,
R... A. W. Sin.. April. 1964. ,.. -. ".,<... ..J.-- ,........_",'$,..
SUNDAY: MBLVA .... MOORS ,
ROBERT R. MOORE JR. ISLAND GIRL SCOUT TROOP, which meets at the .;
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 1OSA Bride Street Church of The Annunciation Parish House in Holmes "'I'

1030a.m. Church Service. 457..Bradenton 14 71.'u Beecb. Florida Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) It really Isn't one--ft merely appears that way.It la, :

Christian Selene Swrvlew in fact a stockpile of components for the new anti- f i

A. M. C.m.s..nlty ...... New Mail ServiceThe Roser Church Newsy erosion pier being installed at the Manatee County t
INVITATION TO BID
SUNDAY: Tb City of Anna Marta Florida. will new city deliver; The Rev. Richard K. Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) t
accept*..... blda for trash pick-up of mall was started ii Wiggins of the
n pastor
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN to boaln.l1.1964.. with blda to be Letter To Gross Art Sessions
SCIENCE SERVICE. In tbe City Office on or before 10 a.m.. Holmes Beach and Bra- Roser Memorial Com-
T......'. May 19. 1964. Tb true la denton Beach Wednesday. unity Church will speak Recently Mayor ElmerG. Beginning June 1, sum-
Gloria' 0.1
be limited
Evon9.licolLuth.ron to 10com.bu.eUbl.lDeto..laI.
Church no larger than six (6)feet In lengtb. Service for both title!3 on the topic."Ordainedof Twist of Holmes Beach mer art classes will be I

".Y. L.aler M. U1.. Pastor each and alx boueebolder(6) Inch.will In diameter be limited, and to is operated out of th<- God" at the service of wrote to Sheriff Kenneth held by the Art League of

SUNDAY: one cubic yard (compreeedof. Bradenton Beach Post Of-- morning worship at the Gross requesting a uni- Manatee County.
School. Tbe City reeerve. tbe ripe of flee with Ralph Thob 2 church at 9 a.m.. Sunday formed deputy to patrolthe Class subjects will be
Church all
9:15 am accepting rejecting) any or blda.
Service. FRANCES V.MAXON the carrier for Bradentoi i May 10. There will be no Manatee County painting in various mediums -

10:30 am Worship City C..kAlIna Beach and Bill Andersoi i service at 11:15 until fall. Beach in Holmes Beach. sculpture potteryand
Choir Rehearsal. Florida
11:30 am 5-7& 1 4. *.64aEaEGISTJUTJON Marta the carrier for Holme 3: The body of the letter the silk screen pro-

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH OF VOTERS Beach. Junior high youth of Ro- follows: "Pursuant to the cess. Eugene White and

n... L.. netmi. peaier. Tbe City. of Anna Marta Florida will Both carriers leave the> ser Church, and their verbal request of our Po- Robert McFarland will be

SUNDAY: have elector a .at.-.II'.UOII tb.City Cttic..from of qualified 9..m. post office about 9 a.m.,, guests will leave fromt lice Chief Adams I wishto instructors in the adult

8:45 am Sunday School. until 12 noon. Monday tbrough Fridayof and within a few days ii school at 1:3O p.m.. Fri- emphasize the Immed- painting classes.. There
each week, from Mr IS.1964 until be iate need for additional will also
10:00 am Worship Service. noon. February 3. 196S. All eligiblevoter will possible to figure:? day. May 8. for their be children's,
5:30 pm Concord Choir. are required by law to about when they will reach i annual Junior retreat. The police protection on the and Junior and senior
re-regtater. certain will be Holmes Beach school classes
streets. retreat held at beaches high in
6:30
pm Worship Service. FRANCES V. MAXON
City Clerk According to Mrs. Irma i Camp Florida in Limona. which includes the Mana- some classifications.
10 15. G.A.
May through
Focus Week.TUESDAY 3-7&!' 14.*64 Anna M.r... Florida Cox. postmaster at Bra-- and the group will return tee County Beach. Registration for the .

denton Beach there are r late Saturday afternoon. "I request that your department classes will start May 15. '

: UNCLASSIFIEDadvance approximately SO persona i Several adults will make augment and A complete schedule may

7:00 pm Church Choir. payment rvquirwd on the former star route t the trip to Camp Florida assist our police officerin be obtained at the league

WEDNESDAY: 8 'ltrw-$1. JO-gQrf. minimum who have not yet advisedthe 1 with the members of the policing these beaches headquarters.

6:15 pm Recreation Hour. FOR SALEi Now Hume on :2O3 Fu post office where they' Intermediate Fellowship.route with a uniformed deputyon !

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting.RA. Seawalled Canal 2 Frontag.3 LargeBedroomai wish to have their mall duty seven days each where as well.
Batnei l arg Florida t
GA, Sunbeams. Room and 2-Car Car g*. Tile Roof delivered and Mrs. Cox was discontinuedafter week. "The need for this action ;1 1
Inaulated: Intercom ayatem ft central pointed out that it would "The reason for this is I
Tuesday's delivery.The am sure is obvious
Ra**r M.....rl.l Church beat a air conditioning. Only $...SOOMNJal very
(Non-D.n.taln.tlowe I) greatly expedite the dell- mail truck from the heavy traffic load on to you and should be accomplished I

..... RUker- K. Viet!** Call Donna Wagner 5ALBI Special at 77 -PinkBreed. 1464 very of that mail if the Bradenton now reachesthe these beaches not only by without delay.
Peele. Ylli5tr. post office had the neces- Island an hour earlier residents of all Manatee "May I hear from you at JIfi''

THREE-ROOM NBWL.Y FURNISHED DECORATED.AFART- sary information. so that mail which is to County but from else- once?" ll!
THURSDAY
: U .tu .tliA Parcel post deliveriesfor leave in the early morningmust
6:30 pm Junior b oir. NE AIM by appoint- both cities will be be
in the Bradenton
ment--NO WAITING. PIe..51udto- BIMINI I I I
7:30 pm Senior Choir. 45OO Gull Drl"..Holm.. Beach. ForAppointment. made by Anderson after Beach Post Office by 7 I BAY ESTATES
FRIDAY: I C |l T7B-2O41. he finishes his
NEW -rouna Deluxe Apartment.- regular a.m.. and in the Holmes
. 1:3O pm Intermediate For Rent by year-9S per month. route each day. The star Beach Post.Office by 7:30. OUTSTANDING HOMESITES: i
Retreat. :31 1 Scrln* AYnua.&npa' Maria.atlAguUber << .
. 1& Saleeai Service.for .

SUNDAY 9:00 am: Worship Service. P
10:00 am Sun day*School. for an outstanding valuein
ntF1twZf ? U you are looking
7:30 pm Intermediate & at ONLY $7.50 AT STORAGE per month available at tbe- Done By EXPERTS! a homesite on a broad canal which leads to

5] Sr. Youth Fellowship. BAYOU. .Bay Blvd.So.. Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches
M HARRY M. RIFE
d rt NAaINAiF l
I 41- ESTATES has much offer.
MONDAY: tAltii i on Canal.72nd BIMINI BAY to
'f 7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. ......4.000t BUalnl Bay Uota LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
priced for quick *alei Gulf Front. I
TUESDAY: 1 1 0.0001 77th at. Caaai. 4.OOO 7VaSt. full information.
ea-.. S3.MO 7Srd .... U.OOU. ...... 778-1341 AMM MmrimHAVE
11:30 am Guild Meeting at JN. B. FROTHKRO. Ra f. Real BatatoMATlONS
Mrs. Clay's home.WEDNESDAY [bolt r-116-11 atSt771.234_
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A on all kUMia of ClothMr -
.... Alan Dr--.ak. Dr ... *. YOU NOTICED.. ,

10 am until noon Vacation I'FOR RENTi Twostmm use.... that the ISLAND'S MOST -
Church School Teachers. .. ttal_ Beach. Full Ger... with SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS

10 am-2 pm Mission Work- _codltfcMUna. t t.i..Aon.s Cloee radiant to private boat ad I oocIt.air.. ESTABLISHMENTS . Pete R

shop. J'fUl rilBM\t 9ft.t-lan.; ADVERTISE IN THE t\LVfCli.1

TRNANCIU ..o.IN O. TRIMMING.ROCtNO. ISLANDER?
L.......t $.Iand' a..t FLOORS CLJLANKOk POUtSIIRO. -
CN- Eh .........,) WINDOWS WASHHD OI1.KO.
r'RlDA PROMPT BFPtCtBNTSllRVKB.p4iMRRASONAftLJI Reasoner & AntonFLORIST
i aA Ta-*Rerereace
10:00 am Prayer Group. KItH FRtOjOWS. PMONK 77 -J'"4
YACHT CLUB
SATURDAYS i T f WTOS4 Aa**e(vice"toOMT -
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1:30 Choir Rehearsal. r r* we ca m -
pm >rg w.ma of MyptctitrwapoeartMCla DIxIe Grand Hotel Bkfe.V WRESTAURANT
SUNDAY The ISLANDER lot only$1 J3 r h.NUTlCHl .
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f.tt TTl.bltt ar ai a. tht r.ft'1r. II
9:15 am Sunday School.
0 Boofc-. *-Tla *'*nea r 744-51 10 wit. S
11:00 am Worship Service aar..... to yawl Call n8..UI.tniMrt .Pw-d mjm SALAD BAR
< tat Ta 1br.a t..eb. Ceddait-
& SermonO.wsh :: .: -- U
ahl. prtc.-Oa* IllajMly Uei Crystal Sizzling Steaks
Ball. Uamlly ecc__.*.. hw awwaeewa UNITED ABSTRACTAND
.. TKw An .. *I...... .aptam.r. ... ........ of TMtalaslar.
(< '\... 0*..U K. ...._. rt..tTh INSURANCECOMPANY
Maine Lobster
IURSDAY >>:t" p

9:00 am holy Eucharist. 7781101Fire S_. 1f97pr.4.st

SUNDAY AFTERASCENSION Emergency No. Vow A CLUB WITHOUT DUES . ALL THE ATMOSPHERE OF A PRIVATE

: DO YOU have friend aol f..*4. I.....-..t
a
8:00 am Holy Cucharttt.! CLUB. BUT WITHOUT THE EXPENSE . TIlE PLACE TO MEET AND
10:30 am Family Eucharist &. ur relative who la away '24 fib S* WattRtACLN10N
but who likes to keep
Sermon Church School. up flA ENTERTAIN YOUR FRIENDS. THE SEVERAL THOUSAND RESIDENTS AND
with what is happening

ATTEND here on the laland? A .4S4I
.) Ibo 741
VISITORS WHO DINE HERE EACH WEEK CAN'T BE WRONG!
daughter or son In the
THE CHURCH
service or at
away IT HAS TO BE THE BEST
, OF YOUR CHOICEIL school or college?
What better or nicer

to ahow arethinking
way of themthanto you And after Monday <(
and dine with un . FREE BRIDGES (with our compliment) for easier
send them a year'ssubscription
access from every direction.
to the

award-winning ISLANDER* hometown ? A WI &It.. X111 1.8 ,_...r.C. '1.

total of 32 presents--

mailed to any point in
the United State or to HOLMES wtACM. FLORIDA I

an APO for or ONLY FPO$31.50 address -! PII... 771-2551 ;;: J


.tool..!Wo mail a gift card BE CAREFUL ANNA MARIA ISLANDr







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iSLAND REAL ESTATE I




: \ \ REDUCE I"k-! SACRIFICE SALE


RENTA 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE TWO LOTS IN THE HEART OF HOLMES

\ CLOSE TO FISHING PIER BEACH CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHINGBOTH

t :r COMPLETELY FURNISHED for $5,000

GUEST COTTAGEAT .... wider $7,000 B ECKETT: I SALTY

5500 MARINA DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
PHONE 778.3333
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
JOHN H. neCKCTT JR VIC RKINKU
SISLER .. DUDLEY. Brokr.S.U.ifMMi-778-21S6 .............00... ..... A..OOIAtt
s
_ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
S E AS IJJE ARU EAtS

105 Ft. GULF FRONTAGENo JACK'S BEACH BARGAINSThese

JACK HOLMES, Realtor of HB Shopping Center
'
ZONED MOTEL $30,000 $8,000 Cash Properties have just been
Our New Office 61O1 Marina Dr.
Reduced in order to Qualifyfor
115 Ft. GULF FRONT LOT
list of
my
Anna Maria

DICK Owner Wants Offer-All or Half Genuine Bargain Properties.

1103 Gulf Drive: This dandy 2-bedroom CH
JOHN B. PROTHERO
Home--Newly Decorated--New Roof--Nicely
WAGNERREALTOR REGISTERED REAL ESTATE .BROKER-SALES RENTALS Purniahed. New Price $9. OO. SSOO Down.

I 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach Now Reduced to $2OOO below coat at 608 Key
Royale Drive. Brand New--Never Lived In--
3 bedrooms. 2 baths & EVERYTHING! Now
a' READY FOR DEVELOPMENTEIGHT Just $19. OO--Yea. you can get a 1UC. Q1Q
Finance Loan I -= _
BEAUTIFUL LOTS--HIGH & WELL-
A First Claaa Duplex in Anna Marla--Good
18 CANAL FRONT LOTS DRAINED and in Excellent Neighborhood.Nice Rental Hlatory. Just reduced from $13SOO,
with a lovely extra lot thrown in for good
Palms. Close to Beach.Zoned one familyor measure. NOW::: Just $IO. OO. OH .YES We
------
75 x 145 each can work out tcrma. P.S. It'. all nicely
Duplex..Private Well.' ALL FOR $2O.OOOt furnlahcdtool
* * * * *
! $3,000 sack TERMS ...-r,,,,_ TWO Beautifully Wooded Lota on a Wide
.'I MAHAR Real Estate Canal--Cut to the bone at >4.4OO for both.

RUTH W.MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
Four Years To Pay

SeeHUBBE 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA JACK MARSHAL Realtor

CLOSED WEDNESDAY M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria

i .. REALTOR ,
BUILDER OF HOMES
i'i 217 Gulf Drive. Bradenton Beach H.M... ."...It'. ... l.1.l ,4
ell 1 *.t..d c*.*Wltl..w..
R.-.4.I.-. AtUIt..if. &
778-2663 or eve. 778-1464 R.-....4 Trv.twerth" DEVElOPffiillT[ CQRH100
..H.-... .......
NORMAN ROSEDALE
A,m. M.rl. 77SO4IO
74 ?.-d's

'
21NAT.RFRONTHOMES Presents
ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC - -
Llcf*.*4 EUctrlcal'
e..ffec....
Cull Dr... .. P..... A......,.
,..
L. (ROY) FERGUSON
NOW OFFERED PHONES D., 77S.2I43
N1t 778.7051Are


AS FOR LOW AS You Looking? D Ikll

SEE*

$1900 down . George Wi usr ip.Iup GULF DRIVECO

OHOLMES P E NAT I V t
NO CLOSING COSTS REALTY A"AHTWCH T SC..d..1..I.
..0.....sp.w.a.
1.1.-1 SI.-PP'1I9 c..tfl .--..-...-w.w
OR PHONE 778-2444 BEACH

ASK Or WRITE BOX 1012 1 ,' ANNA MARIA ISLAND,
ABOUT CASH DISCOUNT ANNA MARIA .-. -- --
a...I:........"-..t1sgal. _
...hs.. A._....

SEAWALL INCLUDED GULF FRONT MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

.
FULL GARAGELAWN COTTAGEJUST

& LANDSCAPING LISTED: 2 BR 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Furnished Cottage on FEATURING -

the Gulf in Anna Maria.
.

FULL INFORMATION AT Beautiful Beach. Priced sae............G.U....... ..... ....a.- a ....., G.s.a....A,.c............
. ...... ... ......
. .. _. c: Oft. It ....
Or'T. r ".1- A.1J ,...... ...... c.. &AM CwMY..I..Or/a..1
FOR QUICK SALE AT r.....,-r'...J..6 P.1w.. c.r.......a ."-.1 J ....... .....................
HOME CENTER
MODEL a.--......cs-... r..fA 11.- ...1 1..,.....O..LM T__".....Tf.wlAa r1
ONLY $17,300. Term. L....r.....r..L.rI. ......-. Aie.cs.wa a1./1FS.TV Asawr.P .
ON KEY ROYALE
.....
d a-. -.r c.'I'V war T.M__o..a.e.
if desired. Ow/w .......Ai.d. ..... A's'ie.1a-. r.d.. .w M.., -.
...S.,..u c.s..-.. !_.J.fJ" na r T r.w+_a rw o... ........aa-.n..Vr1. ....
Call PanWa .
Riff" .- L L ffs..s L1 s.!.....-........
or P..y Moor
-.-....
''''11 Rsky BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED
For Further Information Contact Robert S. Celtl
P.O.PIe__A-e....... .

PHONE 778-1917 7'7a.1W2..77a-2121 s.... R.pr...nteffiv. Ph.... 77S.161 .:



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Page_8________ TilE ISLANDER Thursday May 7, 1964i

I. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


c9'dWMI To Mother with Love.
unQ pren,, .-. ..
..LYk.tib ARRANGEMENTS

M w YZ DON'T FORGET wr\ :* 1P..ct1..--0-!), .'MADE TO ORDER ".h. .r.

HAWAIIAN PERFUMES &
Mothers Day.fl': COLOGNES

fle4L 'at4 $'a94
1
i SURPRISE HER WITHA
FREE GIFT MAIL WRAP
BEAUTIFUL LASTING GIFTWE %. IcfaaMeLending Library
'! t jam'T -:-'- ; SJW'-I John 0.,.......
s 'Ule tJ4t 'tap : : """ 'zc; "7'iJ6. ?""" --'--


II E biM RENT fLAY FOLDING fINS lIDS*DIAPEIS IA1Y Cuss. /MOTHERS DAV

HIGH CHAIRS LINENS SUNBATHING COTS
:J e" STROLLERS BLANKETS
r r1 Linen Rental Service 778-1472
1t'F '" J4.1 214-54th St. Holmes Beach Sunday/ May 10th d ..

.,. _:..
/ May We Suggest: r(," .. j..
--- / f\ ,, r
Remember Mother... DRESSES _
IRENE CASSADY popular proprietor of -
IRENE'S in the Island Shopping Center. J 1 DACRONS J
(ISLANDER PHOTO) with
%i
:) WHIPPED CREAMS
SHOP ON COTTONS

TOLLFREEANNA 8 to 20 12"to 24"

MARIA ISLAND COLOR TV SHIFTS STRIPES SOLIDS PRINTS
$6 98
from /?
I Call 778-2012 FREE DEMONSTRATION SPORTSWEAR j
Ai't1 Q)
******************** SWIM SUITS ..
I R. C. SCHUCHARD
.
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR STORE-1NIDE SALE LINGERIE by R'a 4ez ;e'tU
I
1 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH Still InISLAND Progress WE GIFT
1NRAWd
PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS
TV 778-1703 J c--:
I
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. I j1I'I. i i

A a 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Lay..., ..;. . ._. .......
-
CALL 7781771NIGHT oe ezd Z'e19 Sunday, May 10 pie.r.aca' u %"..,.,..,'falonwn 778-1161
778-1440

Anna Maria Island's Only CARDS SHIFTS -

Underwear Plisse PJ's & Nightgowns
LICENSED CAR DEALER ARMSTRONGLINOLEUM
Pulck..Rambl.r..Dodg..Dodge Dart..Plymouth Cannon Hosiery Handkerchiefs

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 1181021Hold
MATS
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE


HANDY DANDYOPEN 3x6


7 AM.9 P.M. $1.9

EVERY DAY FREE DELIVERY
ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 7782810Manatee Hofnts I.IKII Supplies IMC.


ltI' Gulf 778113153A5 Drive, Holmes Beach

!
..
d cP1Z Beach Liquor StoreHolmes

If you have a tough BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
nut to crack when it WEEK END SPECIALS

comes to any type of IMPORTED SCOTCH fifths
insurance, be sure to King G.org. IV $5.19
call an independentagent Can McGregor $4.49
first. Whit. Hon. $5.49
PURf \ Holg& Hoig 5 Star$5.49

THAT'S Z c -, BOURBON fifths
Ten High 3 for $10.00
US1, t1 Private Cellar :.:., 3 for $11.&5
BLENDS fifths
Town Club 3 for $8.95
Philadelphia 3 for $9.70
WaterCompany ( J7reagnsurance Imperial 3 for $10.00
County Bag BEER OLD MILWAUKEE

( ) 6 PK Glass Cans (throwaways) $10)2
........Otfu: 778-1697 778-1548 .
SboppJ.g c:.... HolmT .. ..clt. florid.L PHONE 778-2023
.l.pko.. 773-2022 detect wedrwltl.y & ......, at noon FOR FAST FREE DELIVERY



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