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: May 14, 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: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



653 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MAY 14. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Golf Course Organization Under Way I I




Several Persons Subscribe For Stock In

I Proposed Course To Cost Estimated $160,000 IAn

enthusiastic group of 30 suggested that common stock
: ;It Island residents attended a probably at $10 per share par
0; . meeting at the Holmes peach value be issued and sold in
/ ILIU.' .T.a City Office Thursday evening. minimum blocks of$200 worth.
... The meeting was called to The stock would be non-asses-
discuss building a nine-hole sable and could be transferred.
golf course at Key Royale. During the meeting those who
LL ''L Cotton Brewer Dr. Ed Huth attended subscribed for $9, OO -

I ........... 0I and J. D. Webb members of a worth of the stock and paid In
/ ; a committee which had investi- a total of $20O on the basis of
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gated the feasibility of such a 25 cents for each share of
... course reported that they felt stock they intend to purchase.The .
\ PR..PPo GGrOLf r. the Island could and would money paid in will apply
support it.Urcwer. against stock purchases and
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(cUQC6 SITE emphasized that will be used for preliminary

b'xass I,..".fa. 3,..... some of the estimated costs expenses. Part of those expenses -
)ow
ff I were merely tentative but will be to circularize
AA ( PL5 were based on the experience winter residents and visitors
'js Ac..' r..t.__ 5.n" of a golf course architect land who are now away from the
developers and developers of Island. Many of that group
: \1T other golf courses lie cited have expressed interest in the
I the following figures: Cost of proposed course.
% IIIT-7':; 25-acre site. $5O.OOO; filling Besides the three original
% and developing site. $4O.OOO; members of the committee.
ir actual cost of building course, Merrill Tritt was made chair
including artesian wells and man, and Robert R. Moses of
underground sprinkling system Anna Maria and Col. I. It.
$ OOOO; small buildingfor Pollard of Bradenton Beach
pro shop.etc.. $12. OO. and wore named new members.
miscellaneous l equipment suchas Any of tho committee members -
power mower $7. OO. will accept the mama
Committee members proposed partial payment against the
that a corporation be future issue of ..tock.Pedor .
PLOT PLAN OF PROPOSED GOLF COURSE ON KEY ROYALE. Scales 1 inch equal 200 feer. ortiflmlaMtU to proceed with tho Mlckoliton and Bill
-- -- -- building of the course. They (Continued on Rage 3)
Island Firm Awarded H. B. Water Shortage Improved
Cape Kennedy ContractA John Rockette Named-Councilm ;' .
The Holmes Beach water be Installed on Marina and
$78.80O contract for con- shortage is being Improved. Palm Drives to regulate pass- John Rockctto of Gulf Drive to replace GabaMn charge of
struction at Cape Kennedy was According to a statement by ing at intersections. Changeswere owner-operator of a Gulf front drainage in the city.
awarded last week to Abbott Mayor Elmer G. Twist an recommended by Police motel, was appointed Ward: Rockette was sworn in by
Engineering Co. of Oak Avenue additional well should be in Chief W. H. Snooks Adams. Councilman in BradentonBeach Mounier at Thursday even In"'a
Anna Maria. use by Saturday and if so.the Walter D. Elliott was namedto last week. city council meeting and then
The contract was awarded by restrictions placed on water replace Robert Rankin on He was appointed by Mayor took his place at the council
the Canaveral District of the use will be removed Monday. the city's zoning adjustmentboard. table.
Army Corps of Engineers for Mayor Twist at Tuesday Rankin resigned after Fearing a "loss of identity
Air Force projects at Cape evening's meeting of the boardof serving only a short time on for the city councilmen will
Kennedy. It calls for installa- aldermen suggested that the board. Elliott previouslyhad protest a contest to name the
Ion of an uninterruptable local residents should "use served on the board. county-owned south end beach.
power generating unit in the prudence" in watering lawns Bids will be sought by the The contest to be sponsoredby
Command Control building in gardens etc.. to help prevent city for resurfacing Key Roy- the Manatee County Cham-
the southern part of the Cape another shortage. ale Drive a project which ber of Commerce will seek
near the Banana River. More strict enforcement of will cost between $3.OOO and an appropriate name for the
The Command Control facility local speed laws also was $3.5OO. according to Alderman beach which Is entirely within
has direct control over a promised by the mayor. A new Merrill M. Trltt. Bradenton Beach.
missile once it has been ordinance was passed at the Other street work recom- Mounter announced that 20th
launched. The uninterruptable first reading setting the max- mended by Tritt included the Place near the south end of
power equipment will provide imum speed on Marina Drive reseating of approximately Avenue A. will be surveyed and
Instant emergency power in from Gulf Drive to 57th Street 1O.OOO lineal feet of streets paved. Avenue, C.between 23rd
case of an outage while a at 25 mph; and at 35 mph on most of which were paved and 24th Streets, also will be
missile is in flight. The con- Marina and Palm Drives from several years ago. Estimatedcost surveyed to establish grade,
tractor will have six monthsto 57th Street north to Gulf Drive of the reselling 1. 1400. -.--- but will not be paved at once.A .
complete the contract. and the same speed on Marina Alderman Harry Varley reported JOHN MOCXETTr/ new ordinance Co amend
between 66th and 85th Streets. that many of the partly Ordinance 85. was read for the
Island Garden Club New traffic control lines will (Continued on Page 2) 'J Henry Mcunler. with approval first time and passed to a
The Island Garden Club will of the city council and will second reading. It will permitthe .
meet at the cafeteria at the serve the unexpired term of sale and dispensing of
Island School. Friday May 15. Councilman Frank Snydle.who alcoholic beverages Sunday
with the usual potluck aupper resigned recently to return to morning, starting at 0* rather
to be served at 6:30 p.m. Chicago. The new councilmanwill than the present 11 i3O.
George Co and Anson. Florists of Bra- city election In December. trailer ordinance to provide
denton. will demonstrate the In a realignment of duties that once moved from their
making of flower arrange- Councilman IJd Caba was made present locations any trailersIn
ments. ...-..-, -. ..... finance officer In Snydle's non-conforming: location
Friday's meeting will be the place and Kockette was named Continued on Page 3)

club's final meeting at the . . .
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school this season. The time
and place of the June meetingwill 1Ail) AMMA MARIA' Ill-AMD WKATMIft
be announced.C .
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regular meeting of the y
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Anna Division of
the Manatee County Chamber 6'-7N re 7 t 19 Ikxss
7 -19 rs 77 99 Naps
of Commerce will be held at 19n
the Island School at 8 p.m., L.M47 a">ro 14 19 99 Noss
Thursday. May 14. 9s 99 19 99 19 Noa
Divlaion officers have asked 10--TJ 90 19in 99 19ao )4c.c
that as many members of the WORLD'S PAIR HOUSE( now nearing completion on Bay ll--"J' 09 99 MOMYongo
division aa possible attend the Front site at Key Royale. Holme Beach Hous is being
meeting. built by the Richmond Construction Corp. (Islander Photo)



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Page; 2 TilE ISLANDER Thursday May 14, 1954

Meeting HighlightsKey

IslanderProject Editorials Royale Inc. presenteda
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request to the Holmes Beach
Board, of Aldermen for re-
zoning of the site for the

Of MeritEvery proposed golf course on Key
Royale at Tuesday's meetingof

the board.It .
so often someone on the Island advances an idea was agreed that the site

for promoting this--or building that--and the proposition of the proposed golf course
regardless of its merit usually Is received in a fiftyfiftyway. would have to be zoned as a

That is, for each person in favor of it, there is another special use district.A .
opposed--or if not definitely opposed--indifferent. public hearing at which
Five or six weeks ago however someone released a trial arguments for and against the
balloon labeled "nine-hole golf course on Key Royale," and request will be considered
Island residents immediately clasped the idea to their hearts will be held at the regular
and made it their very own. To date not a single objection has meeting of the board on June 6.
been heard.So An application for seven directional -
enthusiastically has the proposal been received that signs to the Formica
despite several other conflicting meetings Thursday evening World's Fair Home on Key
more than 30 persons gathered at the Holmes Beach City Royale was approved. Includedin
Office to consider ways and means of getting the proposed the same application was a ; -
golf course past the talking stage. request for permission for an ;
Peder Mickelsen and Bill Lee speaking as officers and on-premises sign at the home.

owners of Key Royale Inc., said they had decided that their Permission to erect another
company after it had offered the land for the course and had directional sign at the Manatee

agreed to take stock in the golf course corporation in payment County Beach was denied by
,
should then make the rest of the community responsible for the Park Beach and Recrea- ., *

completing the necessary organizational fund-raising and tion Commission.
other work of making the golf club a reality. Howard Adams who made
Those who attended the meeting were so willing to back the application for Key Royale
their enthusiasm with cash that 22 members of the groupat Homes Inc., said his companyhad
the meeting voluntarily subscribed for $9,500 worth of the made a parking lot across
stock of the proposed corporation and threw a total of $200 the street from the World's
onto the drumhead as earnest money. In addition members of Fair Home at a cost of 4000.
the committee had several letters from parttimc Islanders A request from residents to
each of whom had expressed Interest in investing in the pave Shell Drive (81st Street)

project some to the extent of 3000. was discussed. ISLAND SCENE by Carlo RomeikeH.
Because of the obvious benefit to the community in generalof Alderman Merrill Tritt read

a golf course, at least some of its backers are not even a" letter from Frank Giles and B. WATER SHORTAGE. . felt that the city should try to
golfers but their interest in the project is no less genuine former Mayor Carl Scott who (Continued from Page 1)) ascertain what restrictive
than that of their golfing neighbors and friends.So recommended soU-c em en t dead pine trees which have regulations other cities had.

with some of the preliminary questions answered and paving and the installation of been topped are dying. He and be guided by those. He
plenty of financial backing almost a certainty, the proposed curbs to control the flow of said however that no further added that he thought parkingof
golf course appears to be well on its way. surface water during heavy tree work is planned by the mobile homes in the city

rains. city at this time. should be stopped altogether.
Political Hara-Kiri Alderman F. B. Shell said Varley also reported that the Former Mayor Pete Niles

that never before has the city problem of a "bad smell" at suggested the city was"asking
During an election year office-seekers on all levels are participated in the cost of the Island Shopping Center was for a lot of trouble" if it tried
especially: desirous of improving their public images. The paving a dead end street. He not corrected by the $6OOO any compromise in mobile
more successful.office-seekers--with their ultimate success suggested that if the residents unit installed by the Holmes home regulations.A .
measured at the polls--are conscious of the services they can would agree to pay for the Beach Coin Laundry. He saidit member of the audience
render their constituents. If they do not already know how best paving, the city might be ableto had been decided the laundry said the city should"considerthe
they can be of service to the voters--they endeavor to find out. pay the cost of the curbing.A had not been the problem but intent" of mobile home
On the other hand many (although probably not all) of the letter from a resident of that a solution was still being users, whether their owners
also-rans never seem to learn the hard lessons which must be the street was read in whichhe sought.Ed were merely visiting for a

mastered before they can be REALLY successful in the. stated his opposition to the Haverkos superintendentof short time or whether they
political arenas. One of those lessons is: If an incumbent who' proposed paving. Another resident public works reported that actually were living in them.
is seeking reelection is not in a position to improve his public who said he had lived he and Don Taylor Manatee Further study will be given

image by adding services to those already rendered by his there seven years also said County Health Department the mobile home situation.
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office--he SHOULD NOT, under any circumstances,downgradethat he was opposed to the paving. sanitarian have been checking City Clerk Mrs. Polly Archer
image by TAKING AWAY some service he already I is He gave as his principal each store in the shopping reported that 348 votcrc had
providing! To do so is considered poor form by a public reason, that the drainage sit- center in an effort to locate reregistered under the new
servant and it cannot accomplish anything useful--except to uation on the street never had the cause of the smell. Mayor program of reregistering for
lose him some votes--regardless how valid his reasons for been satisfactory and that Twist said the city will have a city elections.

the action. paving would make the drain- report from the health department Alderman Varley reported he
And a second lesson: If additional services arc requested, age situation worse. when the trouble is had checked traffic on State
and he feels he Is not in a position to provide them--he Other
residents who favored found. Route 64 into the city at night.
should never merely Ignore the requests--they WON'T go paving the street said it was No action was taken on a He said very few cars use the
awayl! In the Interests of good public relations with his and he
badly needed and pointed out proposed ordinance to modify route after midnight
constituents must at least discuss those requests with the that the residents of more than regulations governing use of felt the parkway lights on the
person or persons who made them--and try to make them see 150 lots in the area to the east mobile homes in the city. Alderman Anna Maria Bridge causeway
things his way. These two lessons arc extremely Important if had beach rights at the end of Sidney Brown read the should be turned off after that
the incumbent is faced with the necessity of beating an excep- 81st Street, and many of them proposed ordinance which time. He pointed out that the

polls tionally! strong competitor in the next test of strength--at the used the street to reach the would have allowed mobile next street lights east of the

beach. homes be but not former toll plaza are seven
to parked
As a leading of these
exponent political foot-In-mouth Alderman Sidney Brown said miles and that the cityis
used in the city for a periodof away
techniques, attention Is called
to Sheriff
Ken Gross. A few he believed
that when lot of to
anna Jor- 14 spending a money
months ago for reasons of personal pique which he later up to days.
said ity of the residents of a street Alderman John Holmes Jr. light the causeway so "the
were Ill-advised he recalled
the "
deputies cards of the three favored paving the city should 'coons can see to get around.He .
Island police officers. In addition he said that although the existing
discontinued
payment of do it. lie added that residents cited the bills for street-
of the of of ordinance against use of mo-
part salary one the officers. Now in an
and successful--attempt to alienate few apparent-- should have accurate cost estimates bile homes in the city had not lighting which now are more
a
more Island
before the project was been enforced in than $300 per month and that
realdenta (and/or voters), he has decided to discontinue to properly
started. in
pay for gasoline for one of the local officers. In taking this recent years it had controlledthe the lights are needed more
Alderman the
Harry than on
Varley said residential areas
action the sheriffs reasons may be the beat--but the fact the decision situation some years ago
of whether or nota and that he to bridge causeway.No .
remains--hia timing Is remarkably poor--and once was opposed
again 111-
street la his
advised! primary or second changing It.Alderman. action was taken on

And as an example of his Inattention to Lesson 2. Sheriff ary the board is an arbitrary, and the act decision author-by F. B. Shell said he suggestion about the lights. .

Jj Gross hall seen fit to Ignore, or at least not to
answer a izing the board's decision has
recent request by Mayor Elmer G.Twist of llolmca Beach for no definition of the two The IslanderAn
some supplementary help by Groaa deputies in typesof
patrolling the at recta. Thursday
County Beach. Independent' Weekly published every

Neither of these actions will help the sheriff win the ."primary If a street one Is designated third of the as by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
toughest fight of his political career' in
has to face popular former Sheriff Roy Baden November--when in the he cost of paving Is borne by the 314 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida.
general city. If the street la "secondary -
election. ," the entire cost of paving EDITOR...__.._...----STEVE KIMBALL

is borne by the property own- ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
T wird
A lUatar
Islaad.Cqc -
ers.* MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Mar la. Florida.
of the bent methods of A formal public hearing at TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
focusing attention on some which the paving project will .
particular area appears to be to publish a picture thereof be .4
decided will be
scheduled. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.5O
without explanation. This method arouses the
curiosity of A financial
readers and the first use of this gambit last week, was quite the city clerk report showed read by per year; $2 for six months. Canada.
a total $5 ADVERTISING
aucceaaful. per year. .
Island officials of all three cities have of 13929.60 on deposit. Re- $1 per column Inch.
4. tried to improvethe ceipts for the
month
general appearance of their cities by arranging several $1.363 from cigarette past were percent for consecutive RATESk 1-.o
taxes. If paid by tenth of following
trash pickup during the put year or two. with extremely $2.237 from the
road
county National
gratifying results But in few or agency placed
some cases, they have been very and bridge tax. $306 net from
$1.26 column
unsuccessful in to induce of per Inch.jfc .
tenants
trying premises along building
permits,and$90 from iaiiKia amgtni stmgnimoVJ' '
some of the Island a main streets and highways to keep their occupational license.
CLOSING TUESDAY.
business places or homes neat, and free of trash. Mrs. Archer added that the TIME: NOON.
Fortunately for the general appcaranceoftheentire Island. city has certificates of In- Entered aa Second Class matter under

those places form a very small minority, but even those few debtedness collectible( $IO.2SO. .- the Act of March 3. 1879.
who fall to pay attention to their exterior 'housekeeping"' plus Interest of $SO6 to
help to lower the visitor's fmpreaslon of the Island. June 1. MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPER



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Thursday, May 14. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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GOLF COURSE . w. ROCKETTE NAMED. . r
Woman's Club a am t* 8 W..kieys
(Continued from Page 1) .: (Continued from Page 1) pm
Lee officers of Key Roy- T cannot be replaced by About 50 members attended 8 am to 2 fit S.ndoysLIJBB'S
ale, Inc., owner of the other trailers. the Island Woman's
site for the proposed golf Council voted a resolu- Club final meeting of the
course said their company tion to take over from the season held at the Anna [
would accept $5OOOO State Road Department Maria Community House
in stock in the new cor- seven high powered street last week.
poration in payment for lights at the Island end of Several members displayed -
the land. the Cortez Bridge, and collections of handcrafts Island Pharmacy
Lee said that if the com- will maintain the lights dolls antiques 59O4 Marina Drive
pany were to develop and and pay the cost of their and other hobbies.
sell the land in the usual operation. Mrs. Ira Mishlcr and 778-1411-NIt. 7782075j.
way it would sell for Council reported that it Mrs. A. G. Dirkman the o. we... rk.-- u.
approximately 390000.' -- had received a number of club delegates to the recent -
He said that while they THE CHARIOT RACERS complaints about dogs Florida Federationof
were public spirited they (Islander Photo by Ron R.don) running loose. Chief of Women's Clubs con-
were not foolishly so,and Police E. R. Mullls was vention in Jacksonville
the golf course if built could not be beneficial just about 300 players on it in Instructed to start Issu- reported on that meeting.
would enhance the valueof for the people or just for one day. lie said the ing summonses rather Three new members of
the company's other Key Royale--or it would course in question was than warnings in cases the club were welcomed*
holdings at the north end have missed its mark. built on only 13 acres of where he found dogs with- Mrs. Nicholas Mamco
of Key Royale. He added Members of the com- land hence was much out leashes away from and Mrs. Lester Utz of FREE DELIVERY
that the proposed site mittee said rezoning of more crowded than the their owners' property Holmes Beach and Mrs.
is the last one available on the site would have to be proposed Key Royale especially on the beaches. Sarah Robinson of Bra- REGISTERED
Key Royale or the Island the first step toward the course would be on 25 denton Reach. Anothernew
large enough for a golf building of the course. acres. Huth said the club would member Mrs. A. L.Bonner. PHARMACISTSON
course. He also said that Mayor Elmer G. Twistof Brewer announced the need about 25O membersto had already left
he and Mickelsen had Holmes Beach who was tentative schedule of dues: operate the course. The for a visit in the north. DUTY
decided that Key Royale at the meeting, said that $100 for an initiation fee; cost of maintaining the Guests at the meetingwere AT ALL TIMES
should do no more than unless "there Is a stormof $100 annual dues for an proposed course properly Mrs. H. H. Gris-
offer the land and that protest" against the individual membership; would be from $2S.OOO to wold of 71st Street and THURSDAY
the residents of the Island rezoning it should pre- $150 annual dues for a $30.OOO a year.Questions Mrs. Henry Waitt Sr. of
must do the rest of the sent no problem. All the family membership were asked 77th Street. Friday & Saturday
work fund raising and land within 500 feet of the man and wife and unmarried about the possibility of Club officers have called
organization necessary.Lee golf course site is owned children under having a yacht club in the attention of membersto CIGARETTESKINGS
said that anotherresponsibility by Key Royale Inc. 21. Greens fees for non- conjunction with the golf the fact that dues for
of the Brewer said the tenta- members would be $2 on club. Committee mem- the next year are now or REGS
developer would be a roadto tive time schedule wouldbe weekdays and $3 on Saturdays bers said they had con- payable to Mrs. Wallace
the north end of Key four or five months to Sundays and legal sidered that possibility Gray the club treasurer. $2.60 CTN.
Royale which would cost organize the corporation holidays. Membership in and that three additionalacres Deadline for members to
"at least 50000. He and raise the necessary the club is not to be limit- of land might be have their names in the 2OOC
said Key Royale may ask funds and then about a ed to Island residents. available later althoughthe club's new year book is Tissues
for some zoning for some year to build the course.It Committee members price would be higher July 1. Mrs. Cray's address -
apartments in the area would be ready for play stressed the fact that it than the original I I purchase is 614 Baronet Laneat 8 BOXES $1.00
where the course may be about November 1965. would not be necessary to per acre. Key (Royale.
built. Asked about the number be a stockholder to be a Inquiries for other in- Mrs. K. W. Stcnatrom
12" FANOSCILLATING
Mickelsen said the project such a course could ac- member of the club and formation about the served as hostess for the
to be successful commodate. Dr. Huth said that conversely stock- project may be addressedto meeting In place of Mrs.
must be beneficial to all that a smaller nine-hole holders would not have to Brewer at the Island George Clark who fur-
parties involved--that it course in the area has had be club members. Dank. nished the refreshments. $10.88

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4AU THE ISLANDER Thursday May 14, 1964

THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL M?"
J About People... ,, and Mrs. Charles Harte of Mulberry...Mr.and Mrs
J. K. Willis of Mountainside N. J..Mr. and j
THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mrs
MERRIMAC ON : of
Charles Tinnons Mercersburg Pa...Mr.and Mrs"Frank
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_.' McCarthy of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Montagof Little and family of Bartow...Mr. and
Flushing L. I.. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Gyula Keri William Tormenti and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stanfield Mrs*
of Atlanta...Mr. and Mrs. H. Hronek of Long Island '
all of Port Charlotte. ..Mrs. E.Ray Chaney and Mrs, J
City. L. I.. N. Y. Evelyn Clark of Manchester N. H. ,
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Tyre and CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
of Lakeland.. .Gary L. Weston of East Lansing Fred
; family Atkins of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Kennedyof
Mich...Mr.and Mrs.John Willis of Lakeland...
Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Wamsley and
Mr
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roberts of Bowling Green... and Mrs. Harley Chafin of Brandon.MR. ,

Michael Dame of Boston Mass. I.r AND MRS. T. M. JOHNS of Lakeland
/ spent the
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. weekend at their home on 78th Street Holmes Beach
Harris; R. E. Moye and George Moye all of Tampa I M. J. PETE NILES of 56th Street Holmes *
...Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick of St. Petersburg... ,/ of the Beach
., attended the meeting American ChemicalSociety
"'
Lettelf of N. Y...
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brooklyn at Lake Alfred last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. Barnes and family Brandon
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE F. ANDERSON of
...Mrs. Irene Jones and Mrs. Owen Eaton of Key
left
Holmes Beach this
Royale Drive week
Inverness...Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rollins Jr. of St. to spend
the summer in Hampton Bays L. I., N. Y.
Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Plagge of
COL. AND MRS. GEORGE E. GOOD of Seahorse
Bradenton. Lane Holmes Beach have returned to
HALEY'S MOTEL: H. Lamar Henderson of Washington Brantingham
Lake Lewis County N. Y., for the summer, after
D. C..Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laidlaw of
their Island home for several
occupying months.
Hagcrsville, Ont.. .Mr and Mrs. E. Garclos; Mr.
MR. AND MRS. PAUL A. FRICK Wynnewood
and Mrs. Joe Monterian and James V. Blesson and Pa.
have returned home after vacationing their
at
family all of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. James C. homeon
Shell Drive Holmes Beach since .
Bright and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gavalin all of February.MR.
Lakeland. AND MRS. HAROLD IGO of Peppertree Lane
Maria are leaving this week for their
Anna
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Warrick andJ. summer
Central Lake Mich.
C. Willis and children all of Mulberry. home at
MRS. LEO MAHAR of Gulf Drive
MR. AND plan to
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Norman
.. F. George of Fort Lauderdale... Mr. and Mrs. J. leave Sunday for New York where they will visit
.:: Loader of Clearwater.. .Mr.and Mrs. Robert Frazerof family and friends and attend the World's Fair.They
Tampa...Mr and Mrs. Fred A. Chisclbrook and will return about the middle of June.
party of Lakeland. MR. AND MRS. JAMES BAECHTEL have returnedto
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert their home in Albuquerque N.M.after a visit with
Gerrets of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Baechtel's parents Mr.and Mrs.Jack Marshallof
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Anna Maria. Mrs. Baechtel the former Patricia
,, Melvin F. Mann of Fcnton Mich. Marshall of Bradenton accompanied her husband on
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore of a flying business trip and while he attended meetingsin
I Mlamisburg Ohio. St. Petersburg she visited and renewed old

i TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Erwood of acquaintances. While they were away from home, ;
Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs. Donald Highsmith of $ their three children were being cared for by Mrs.
,"" Plant City on their honeymoon...Mr. and Mrs. Baechtel's sister Mrs. James Corrigan the former
1 William Hodge of Carrollton, Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Jacquelyn Marshall who divides her time between
r Charles Hawkins of Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. Leon Albuquerque and Huntington Beach Calif.,where her

Keck of Helskell, Tenn...Miss Alyce McCormick oft ---"...". ----. w.a .-"' -"'- husband is In the contracting business.LT. .
Hamilton. Ohio.LAYZLIVN. , MOTEL: Miss Jane McPherson and Anna Maria and her sister Mrs. Maurice Rose of announce the recent birth of a daughter Teresa
Mrs. Annie Duncan of Toronto Ont.. Mrs. John Tampa at a weekend house party at the home of Mrs. Louise at Manatee Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Copes
Howarth and mother of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Lewis. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) is the former Miss Janna Rae Judy, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. C. P. Chappell of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Rowe formerly of Bradenton Beach.Lt. .
Vernon Aired and children of Tampa..Mr.and Mrs. Arthur Yates and family of Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. Copes is the son of Mr.and Mrs. R. F. Copes Jr.
George Chapman of Indianapolis...Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Struthoff of Vincentown N. .J...Mr. and of Longboat Key and is a graduate of the U. S. Naval
Johnnie Creamer of Plant City.. .Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Luke L. Miller of Kokomo Ind. Academy. He is stationed on the U. S. S. Boxer.

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ParK
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A Phone Coll Will Bring a Representative ,

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WILL ACTIVELY WORK FOR

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PROMOTIONOF


Metropolitan Announces ANNA MARIAATTRACTIONS
24 HOUR Ambulance Service

New Senior Citizen Policies covering T.l..,i....: 771.2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

expense of hospitalization 742.1011 BRADENTONThe

MALCOLM DUGGAN firmly believes that
FOR PEOPLE OVER 65The Manatee County's foremost tourist attractionIs

Anna Maria Island and Its beautiful beaches.

premium on these policies may be paid by the U elected your County Commissioner.
older people theluselbes-or by their children who Malcolm Duggan will work to develop Anna
Maria Island as a recreational center secondto
may have the {" mat(' responsibility for hospitalbills. 1
none on Florida's Gulf Coast
And-under present income tar laws these

premiums arc treated' as medical expenses of the OpeningOf Vote for. ..
taxpayer or his dependents for purposes of income

lax deductions My New Office at
If you would like more complete information MALCOLM RDUGGAN

about Metropolitan's new Senior Citizens Policies

write or phone; 5500 MARINA DRIVE

RepresentativeANDY

CARLSEN ML CHARLES A. WEAVE

7S5477SMetropolitan D'mo erotic Candidate for Di strict 3,Manatee

n', ; Life CHIRO fACTOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

t IJICSUILUICS cDIIIP.ufY:: PHONE 77S-2414
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. May 14. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page_

VFW AuxiliaryNew Island School PTA High Twelve ClubA Attending Seminar

J officers of Anna The PTA of the Anna luncheon meeting of Islander J. Hartley
Maria Island Post 8199, Maria, Elementary School the Island High Twelve Blackburn is one of twelve
VFW Auxiliary, were installed will meet at the school at Club will be held at noon, Florida educators who is
last week at a 8 p.m., Tuesday May 19. Thursday, May 14. at the participating in an all-
1.. meeting at the Anna Maria Principal Joe Rousseauof Holmes Beach Yacht Club. expense paid tour of Flor-
Community House. Mrs. Walker Junior High John Osborne. a memberof ida schools, which will
Esther Teeters of the School will speak at the the club, will show end at a conference at .I
Sarasota Auxiliary was meeting on a subject of colored slides of a trip Santa Monica Calif. \
the installing officer, assisted interest to all parents.He through Europe he and The traveling seminarand
by Mrs. Ernestine will use as his topic, Mrs., Osborne enjoyed last conference on Imple-
Brice, also of Sarasota. "The Adjustment Your summer.A mentation of educational
Mrs. Melba Yarrow was Child Makes When He En- large delegation of innovations got under way
installed as president; ters Junior High School, members of the Island Monday afternoon at the
Mrs. Leona Gleick,senior and How to Prepare Him club, and their wives will Sarasota Terrace Hotel. 1Lw
vice president; Mrs. Car- For It." A question and attend the Charter Partyof Dr. C. Taylor Whittier,
olyn Martens junior vice answer period will follow. the new Dradenton High superintendent of schoolsin
president; Mrs. Louise New officers will be installed Twelve Club Saturday ev- Philadelphia is leadingthe
Fulford treasurer; Mrs. at the meeting. ening. The party will take group which includes
Sue Roehlk. conductress; They are: Mrs.Glen Tur- place at Deiro's Restau- 18 educators from Maryland -
Mrs. Eleanor Widmann vaville president; Mrs. rant at 6:30. and the 12 Floridians.
chaplain; Mrs. Mittie Richard Poe, vice presi- The meeting on Thursday After visiting schools in
Parent guard;Mrs.Mimi dent; the Rev. Gerald K. May 21, will be the Droward County Thursdayand
Raymond, trustee for Lowe treasurer; Mrs. usual monthly business Friday the group will
three years, and Mrs. George Cobb, recording meeting with no speaker. fly to Santa Monica on IL--
Opal Carver, patriotic secretary, and Mrs. William Saturday where it will 0 I,
instructor. Wright correspon- Special TV Program join other groups from r- : : I
Corsages of golden ding secretary.St. Attention of Island Epis- the East Midwest and
mums, symbolic of the copalians is called to the West. The conference will
50th anniversary of the Bernard Guild program on television close May 19.
founding of the national New officers of St. Bernard Channel 8 at 12:30 p.m., The seminars are being
VFW Auxiliary in 1914, Guild were Installedby Sunday, May 17. The three sponsored by the System
were presented the new the Rev. Francis Wels- bishops of the Diocese of Development Corp. of
officers. The local Auxiliary miller at a recent guild South Florida will appearon Santa Monica which is
was awarded a meeting at the Annie Sil- the program entitled. paying all expenses of the
medal as the only post in ver Community Center. "Your Life in The World 120 educators involved. i!
the 10th District with 100 They were:Mrs.John E. Today," which will deal The U. S. Dept. of Educa-
TOM CRISWELL 11, ( picture) of 704 Park
percent paid up member- Ladd, president; Mrs. with three of the major tion is cooperating In the Drive Dradenton receiving upper Fish of the Month Trophyat
ship for the Victor Miller vice Christian concerns of the project.
year. presi- __
the Rod & Reel Pier from Frank Cavendish, ownerof
The date dent Mrs. State of Florida. Accord-
regular meeting ; Edgar DuPont
the pier. catch was Redfiah
Winning
an
NewsThe 8-pound ,
Art
was changed to the fourth treasurer, and Mrs. Phil- ing to the Rev. Gerald K. League
which Tom landed
on light spinning tackle with
Tuesday of each month, ip Hauenstein secretary.Mrs. Lowe, rector of the Island Dradenton Art Cen-
only the assistance of his brother who
,
because the Community Hauenstein the retiring Church of The Annunciation ter of the Art League of younger
wielded a landing net. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
House will be available. president was the program will Manatee County will be
DILL THOMPSON (lower picture) of Crescent Drive
The next meeting will be presented a past presi- offer a most unusual opportunity open from 2 to -4 o'clock, Anna Maria, with :52-1/2-inch 36-pound Kingfish
June 2, and the followingone dent's pin by the guild. through the Saturday afternoon. May
which he caught at the Rod & Reel Pier last week
,
on July 28. Guild projects for the medium of television for 16. All instructors who
using a Blue Runner aa bait.
A social hour was en- next season were drawn everyonetohearthethreebishops. will conduct the league's
after the lot chairmen of the will be la
Joyed meeting by by summer program Pram Everyone invited to
with cake and punch ser- various circles. there to answer questions. RegattaA attend and reminded to
ved by the two hostesses Hostesses for the even- Camera Club -- A atta for pram fleets take something to sit on
Mrs. Josephine White and ing were members of St. There has been some amateur and professional from Tampa to Venice will comfortably. Luncheonwill
Mrs. Jeanette White. Jude Circle. discussion of organizinga photographers. Anyone be held at the north end of be served at the city
All membersoftheVFW Guild activities are cur- camera club on the interested Is asked to call Longboat KcySunday,May pier with skippers to be
Auxiliary who are visitingthe tailed through the summer Island, of Interest to both Rene Redon at 7781509.tic' 17, from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. served at no charge.
Island or the area,are months, and resumed in .
Invited to attend meetingsof the fall, with several win- .SJM
Bu/df ie
the local Auxiliary. ter projects planned. < WELCOME. Wl,AIRCONDITIONCD*r VI.lr..s t...-_DRYERS-I" --'....... ...... BUILDING & MASONRY

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ALL VOTERS IN THE CITY OF HOLMES
I1EACH! will be required to rc-r" l.ter ache
Knitsby ( Holme Beach City Office order to vote
SURE TO INCLUDE In local. (city) election Qualified voter may
register' between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.,Monday'
through Friday
YOUR ELECTRIC BLANKETS The object of the re-regUtraclon |la to
purge the registration list of n.amoal11 voter
who no longer are qualified to voce In city
election.
Short Shorts Beach Bendix Laundryand XT13] rg-rctfliitratlon no barintf on thgQimiilCftti
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Tops -Oft.OINALS 205 Gulf Drive North ANNA MARIA I ISLAND TIDES

MAY .-441G1-. -LO"4 -
T1. 912. 1.7 i.30 ,.. 1.0 2)04.. 0.. fc Jt*-. OLt
YELLOW BLUE PINK WHITE Bradenton Beach I IS Set PMU J...2.. 2.7 979 r......
0t p. 2.5------ 133p.3-
17 iIf .. Jt20 p. 2.2 I.I3S ....0.1 -
PLAINS A PRINTS I. Me. .. $3 4.4 p.2A ir.71 1.4
T.. ."_ 14 ..2S... I" 12sM .r "I 12JJ1... 1.3
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE M V..f 97. !.. 7i4. ... 1.7 1x34.. &3 21.pm 1.0
21 TAa. '''17.. I.' ".4 p. 1.4 Aq .... Jtat... 0.1r.
SALE STILL GOING ON ..c............. r......." .... ......Mi r.s .. w. 1N..
ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND J..i1......4. _......4 .i..Ia f.... ... ..... ........
POST OFFICE PLAZA ANNA MARIA 1..5.(4IL-i... ..........Jro-IIwAA......IJ.J r.-r
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 14. 1964CHURCHES ..

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LEGAL NOTICES Power SquadronAward Mayor At Bay Pines -
(

ST. BERNARD MISSION NOTICE OP INTENTION TO notice #63.8O Mayor James O. Fer- I '
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Issued by the National guson of Anna Maria who : .
(CATHOLIC) The undersigned do hereby certify
thai they are conducting a Television Headquarters of the U. S. has been a patient at Man- ..1"
Francis F. WelsmlllerMASS
Rev.
Sales and Service) Business At 1O3ABridge Power Squadrons on Apr. atee Memorial Hospitalfor

: under Street the Brsdenton fictitious name B.acb.Florida at. 28, announces the qualifi- about two weeks this

SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am RUSS'S TV SHOP.and that Mid firm Iscoropoeed cation of four members of week transferred to Bay c
of d e following per......
WEEKDAYS 8 the Island Pines Veterans Hospitalin
: am whose names and places. of residenceare Anna Maria
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm aa followet Melva L.Moore and Power Squadron in the St. Petersburg. Mail 1
Robert R. Moor Jr.. 103A Bridge be addressed to the
in Elec-
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Street. Bradenton Beach. Florida. course Marine may
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm It I* our Intention to apply to the) tronics. They are: mayor c/o Bay Pines i
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Commander Custis N. Hospital, Bay Pines Fla.
Manatee County. Florida. to registerthe
Harvey Memorial ChurchNonD.nominatlonal said name of RUSSS TV SHOP Guttenberger. N; GeorgeC.
( ) under the provisions of Chapter 2O953. Scherrer. N. first lieu Lutheran Women
Law of Florida. Act of 1941.
Bradenton Beach Witness our hand this 2>th Day of tenant of the local squadron Meetings of the Lutheran Home at 202 Periwinkle Plaza Anna Maria which

Rev.. A. W. Sim... April. 1964.MELVA L. MOORE ; Edwin N. Hauber. N, Church Women of Gloria was purchased recently by Mrs. Marie Rotolo of

SUNDAY: ROBERT R.MOORE JR. and associate member Dei Evangelical Lutheran North Adams Mass from Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. IOSA. Bridge Street Edward V. Chandler a Church will take place Laidlaw of Anna Maria and Hagersville Ontario.

10:30 a.m. Church Servlcc. 4-30 5-7 Bradenton.4.21. '.04INVITATION Beach. Florida member of the Canal Zone Thursday May 14, as follows The transaction was negotiated by Ruth Mahar of

Christian. Scl** c* Service Pacific Power Squadron. : At 10 a.m., at the Mahar Real Estate Holmes Beach and Ralph
TO BID
A. M. Cemmunlry H.... The City of Anna......1..Plo..Ida.W home of Mrs. Charles E. Parrish of Parrish Realty. Anna Maria. (ISLANDER
accept sealed bide for trash' pickupto Hot Dog RoastThe McCormick 516 71st PHOTO)
SUNDAY: begin June I. 1964.with bide to be
9:00 CHRISTIAN la the City Office on or before 10...... annual Hot Dog Street, Holmes Beach
a.m. Tuesday. May 19. 1964. The trash Is Roast for Island youngsters and at 1 p.m., at the
HARRY M. RIFE
SCIENCE SERVICE. to be limited to combustible material
home of Mrs. Max E.
no larger than eta (6)fast In length. sponsored by the
Gloria 0.1 Evangelical and six (6) Inches In diameter, and merchants of the Island Kunkel 2301 Avenue A, LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
Lutheran Church each householder will be limited to
one cubic yard. f compressed)of trash. will take place at the Bay Bradenton Beach.A. .
R.v. L. ster M. Ula. Paster Anno Maria
Phone 778-'341
The City reserves the riant of Front Park In Anna Maria
THURSDAY: accepting or refecting any or all bide. M. Trash Pick Up
10:00 am Lutheran Church PRANCES. V.MAXON Saturday May 23.
City Clerk All on the Anna Maria City officials
youngsters
Women--Mrs. Charles E. Anna Maria.. Florida
5-7. ... '64RE'RECESTRATION Island are Invited to go to have called the attentionof tm'h'u : FOODLINERQuality
McCormick. 516 -71st St.
of that
the roast and to eat and residents cityto

1:00 pm Mrs. Max Kunkel. The City.of Anna.......OF..Florida VOTERS will drink their fill of hot dogs the trash pick up which &
2301 Av. A. Brad. Beach. have a ...-...........11011 of qualified and soda pop starting at will start June 1. Materialto Variety
..
electors the City Off Ice.from 9 a.m.
SUNDAY: until 12 noon. Monday through Fridayof II :30 a.m. Adults will be be picked up must bo

9:30 am Sunday School. _each week, from May. IS.1964 until on hand to keep an eye on combustible and no tree ICA TABLERITE ) ROUND STEAK-Lb..................69*
10:30 am Morning Worship. voters. February are required 3. 1963. AU by eligible law to the youngsters while they limbs over six feet longor USDA CHOICE ) TOP ROUND STEAK-Lb............89*

Holy Communion. re-reglater. swim. more than six inchesin Heavy Western B..f) SIRLOIN STEAKLb..89fT.Bon.
FRANCES MAXON
V.
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. Snooks Adams and Earl diameter can be in- STEAK-Lb..99f
City ClerkAnna ......... Florida GROUND BEEF-3 Lbs............ $1.39
cluded. All material must
TUESDAY: 3-7 14. *A. Drew will head the committee Bonl.. Rump Roast-Lb........... 89*

7:30 pm Christian Ed. Com. arranging the be piled at the roadside IGA MAYONNAISE-QT...........................................49*

UNCLASSIFIED roast and former Sheriff and be readily accessible.ment. CRISCO-W/ Order-3. Lbs....................................69*
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH adverts yrmm required Roy Baden will roast the MAXWELL HOUSE Instant Coffee (w/Sorder.lOo$1.39)

Rev. Uee rlelltlf. Pester S la.....$ .....*. minimum. hot dogs. ."
THURSDAY: Summer schedule at the WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIESW.
FOR 5ALB BY OWNERi Beautiful
7:30 pm Sarah Parker Cir. Building Lo on ttaverkoe CU (lactose Roser Church News church for Sundays will

Lamplighter Class Meeting. quick road from Sale 91.SOO.Slat SU1 Will Ring sacrifice of U palm for "The Restless Adven- be: 9 a.m.. Morning Wor- five GOLD BOND slMps

FRIDAY: on back of lot.Writs John M.Ba.U.Itm turer" will be the subjectfor ship Service; 10 a.m.,

7:30 pm Men's Class. : WX, 61-W"I O by' Calif.'S appointment the sermon at Sunday Sunday School and 7:30 REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE

SUNDAY: -NO WAITING. Pierre*.Scudlo.4SOO morning's worship ser- p.m.. Intermediate and CACNINA. Prop. ANNA MARIA 778.195Special
8:45 am Sunday School. Gulf Drive Call Holmes Beach. Forntm.nt vice at Roser Memorial Senior Youth Fellowship. i
.
? 771-204 1 _
10:00 am Worship Service. FOR 5AL.UI New. Ilorae on 4VU:. ri. Community Church. The I I
Sea walled Canal Franc.... 3 LargeB.droom.l
Rev. Richard K.
5:30 Chapel Choir. Wiggins
pm 2 Bathej Large Florida for our FRIGIDAIRE Safes Drive!
6:30 pm Worship Service. Room and -Car Garage. Tile Roof will begin a series of
Ineulatedt Intercom system a. centralheat "
Personalities
sermons on -
TUESDAY
: ft air condition!,.. Only$1.3OO
7:00 pm Church Choir. I2 ail 7752177YEARAROUND of the Old Testa- "
; PROPERTY MAINTENANCBi FRIGIDAIRE I ICEEJECTOR
B
WEDNESDAY: MOWING.. TRIMMING Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST
9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle. BOOING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISHED. f :
WINDOWS WASIIED&OILED. I : i m I
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Recreation
: pin Hour. PROMPT EFFICIENT SE.VICK.ph..
7:00: pm Prayer Meeting.RA. REASONABLE RATBS--Referencee. "rV*. ***tivry *e tie ItDlxU ....,-
] SERVER
KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 77t>294LAJTS : '&
GA. Sunbeams. after 4.30 P M. 210-13 h St. U. H, GrcouU: Hotel Bid?. .J
FUR ( VS n. on .a J.72nd 'V 744.0651 er
A.... Msmerlel Chwch St.$4.0001SALE.Dlmtnl Bay Cots .
(Nr.Dr*...lntl I..al I) priced for quick ealet Cull Front. 744-9110 after S pjm
..... ..'....r4 K. WleeUw tlO.OOOi 77th St. Canal S4.OOO 7Stb
St. Canal. $3.5OOj 73rd St.. 3.OOO. If '
P..rTIIURSDAY JN. H. PHOTMKRO. ..{. Keel Fatale youBUY
: | |.t St. 1-2"4.. II
Ur"r'l.\ ... .
.1' &a I. ft Service.
7:00: pm Junior Choi:. P an 'u+tt leash BEST PLACE TOF
7:30 pm Senior Choir. o( garct.>CUL.r Aa. 711-:1:.
SUNDAY: for ONLY 10000. write P.O.Boa 7. A NAME MM NO I

9:00: am Worship Service. Ufadlt"fih. ll ALKj Special Pink ATEE
CBMItTyMptt
Breed. Call Donna W..ner.r77'-I 464
10:00 am Sunday School. after 3 ft"*.
7:30 Intermediate & FOR RCNTl Tw>>nedf CottageIn
: pm
1101..... Beach. Pull Garage with
Sr. Youth Fellowship. abcc| telephone radiant .heat and air its
MONDAY) conditioning._* to private beach Yt now is the time to buy this newFricidjiro +'
Jute to N 7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7. ALTER un all hl JCtutlt-
WEDNESDAY Ing. Also ara'AUO..pe-.Mrs.. it's a dont-miss-it valu*. AND.youll get this
: rd. 771.14 U Frifidjiro Flip-Quick Ice Ejector as m bonus!
7:30: pin Bd. of Rcl. Ed. PEt':: WET r\t\ XT:iT AGii..IIi -
able at $7.30pe r month at the
HA YOU INC.-Bay Blvd.3d..
O el.
LMah.lsl.w4 *. jinna Marta Call 77-342*.
Hen-O"-............) NuEX'FlRIT'-AI aa.y k.to
FRIDAY: our reader we can fumlah Sa7lnch 'I I II
enlargements of any picture appear Ingla Lowest-priced FRIGIDAIRE
10:00: am Prayer Group. The ISLANDER for omlyllj each.
Cell 771-2021.<< or etog at the office..
SATURDAY

SUNDAY 1:30: pm Choir Rehearsal. I Frost-Proof Refrigerator !

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
9:15 am Sunday School. tented Clectrlcel -
tttat N. fr....
11:00..m Worship Service Cntr etc***a no defrosting ever, in
& Sermon The Educated Gulf Drive *t Pin Avenw frvexev or rfncrator compartment.
L. (ROY) FERGUSON t l
Ask
For Package never stick tocetber
!(cart. PHONES D.v 77'. "1High' see
771.20) -- -' a Big 1OO..zero no top freexerCtr ,
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(e U*.e>.l) fast ice cub freemeTwfct .

rt... ... K. Lowe IWe.e. Hood'sMilk PwrceUa Enamel I Hydrator

THURSDAY DO YOU have a friend reV ** bushel of vegetable

9:00 am Holy Eucharist. or relative who la away e ... if storage ar. Pies" tt.euctty

WHITSUNDAY but who I IkcM to keep up perfect pUc for everytf na; from

8:00 am Holy Eucharist. with what IM happening eggs to bonte UN and.-...

10:30 am Family Eucharist & here on the! Inland? A .
AA ....... ere fsfl nRtt, fultd.po-
Sermon. Church SchooL daughter or non In the -
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crvicc. or away at
achool or college? o .sstt.ld.peredabLM.t.I *M..e.

I, What better or nicer From Your Is.*ld in teed Josent need a.....

way to ahow you are 600.1

thinking of them--than FRIENDLYROUTE

to aend them a year'saubacrtptlon .........Mt.a TIAI I-III
to the
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award-winning* home MAN 4--.... AUOWAIKE

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total of 32 preaonta--

mailed to any point In

1,1t the United Statea or to Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer

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dreaa for ONLY$3.\01: |
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I Thursday. May 14, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7i




i ISLAND REAL___ESTATE I IWin


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JACK'S BEACH BARGAINSThese REDUCED! !r

. Masonite's
Come out and 2 BEDROOM
'
"KEY TO get your official Properties have just been \., CLOSE TO FISHING PIER

entry blank Reduced in order to Qualifyfor \ ; ''' COMPLETELY FURNISHED

BETTER my list of k. under $7,000

Genuine ;
Bargain Properties.
LIVING" HOME GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
1103 Gulf Drive: This dandy 2-bedroom CU
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333
Open for Inspection Home--Newly Decorated--New !Roof--Nicely
Furnished. New Price $9.50O. S5OO Down. SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brok r.SaU.man..778.3lS6

#26 Seaside Court ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
L
= Now Reduced to $2OOO below cost at 608 Key
? < Royale Drive. Brand New--Never Lived In-- .
SEASIDE GARDENSJACK 3 bedrooms 2 baths & EVER YTIUNG1 Now
Just $19.500Yes.. you can get a JUG. LUC DICKWAGNER
Finance Loan I "=" -=-

HOLMES, Realtor
A First Class Duplex in Anna Marla--Good
Rental History, just reduced from $13.SOO.
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with a lovely extra lot thrown in for good
BiMINI l l BAY ESTATES measure. NOW( Just $1O.5OO. OH YES. We
can work out terms. P.S. It's all nicely
furnished, tool! REALTOR
OUTSTANDING HOMESITES

TWO Deautlfully Wooded Lots on a Wide
IN CITY OF ANNA MARIA Canal--Cut to the bone at S4.4OO. for both.

18 CANAL FRONT LOTS
: If you are looking for an outstanding value
?. in a homesite on a broad canal which leads to JACK MARSHALL Realtor
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches. 75 x 145 each
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
f
information.. BUILDER OF HOMES $3,000 each TERMS
Housos muitabl for Island Are You Looking?
ell mat* and condition
TWO BEDROOM HOME FREE Rmod.ling. Addition & sect
Repairs. Trustworthy Four Years To Pay
4 ostlmatos Vi".... George Wagner
Located near the Beach in Holmes Beach. NORMAN ROSCDALE See
I f Open fireplace in large living room. Two nice Anna Maria 778-1 410 REALTY

porches. Air conditioning garage laundry. : '" -.. y A ,.. .. f k REALTOR
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over WATERFRONT LOT Island Shopping C nt.r
52.OOO gross rent, which pays all expensesand This won't stay on the PHONE 778-2444
more. Total price of property S26.5OO. market longll!I Drive Or WRITE BOX 1012 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

JOHN B. PROTHERO down Bay Boulevard, ANNA MARIA 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464
I' and ace this LOVELY
G*..C.W.....t Ilo..N/N..
vRCCISTCRED REAL ESTATE BROKEK..SALES i RENTALS Waterfront lot we have All.n flh,(Aa._....

' |::.. 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachWE'RE Just listed. Unexcelled
VIEW--NICE. WHITE
SANDY BEACH. 1 consider -
NEWWE'RE EAGER this location the
VERY BESTI GOOD

WE'RE SELLINGWe (TERMS Lot is IF right DESIRED.next to l RCHmonT oe/aopineiT/ ( coRPORfliion

need listings on fairly priced property 412 Bay Blvd. South.
Anna Maria) 7M ?u-J 1.
Call and list with I2.d..2x.1BECK !
us Call Ralph Parrishor ?/ MJ. '
Peggy Moore Presents - -
-='I I REALTV A..N.bParrish

5500 MARINA DRIVE HOLMES BEACH Realty
-. 11...
PHONE 778-3333 P.O.Plata.Anna Maria A, a ., ?1, h
JOHN M DCCKETT JR, VIC RC1NCL. MARION SMITH :,
"......w.o.wow.w A.._'... Aa._'.,. 778.1902 or 778-2121 1
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MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION



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

1' 1 /

FEATURING -

SEE MDT WEEK'S REAL ESTATE SECTION

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BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED
MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY
For Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable,

Houses Available For Immediate Occupancy Sales RspresentotivePhone 778.1611



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.1 ISLAND SHPPING CENTER -- HO MES BEACH I


1 'd-UItNI flewd 7emed 'BatJ4
,W
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rf.
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:: i. JUST ARRIVED!!!
T ofT yad.
Come see our beautiful .
FREE GIFT & MAIL WRAP
: I floral arrangementsas ::::. - 'C de/fas Lending Library
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shown at the (),- ----.W: SM'-7 J.... D.rt---
As v-\71'Ptda _
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New York World's Fair.


_ ut p_ ONLY $3.50 & $7.50 -

PIER PROGRESS(UloncUr Photo)
FOLDING liDS iAiY CUM.
( WE RENT
PLAY PINS DIAPERS
call 7782O12R.
1JABf
HIGH 'LINENS *SUNBATHING COTS
i; CHARS STROLLERS BLANKETS oc 1 o uG

1c1i! C. SCHUCHARD Linen 214.54th Rental St.Service Holmes Beach 778-1472 GAY ISLAND PRINTS

PLUMBIND CONTRACTOR
Ifl SUZY WONG SHIFTS
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE CAPRI SETS
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUP PLIES.PUMPS, REPAIRS
& A 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE SUN BACKS
CALL 778-1771 $+ fr.r .
SHIFTS
NIGHT 778-1440

; Anna Maria Island's Only

LICENSED CAR DEALER Layaway

Puick' --RambUr--Dodg*--Dodg.Dart Plymouth Plan
Phone

I 1zca' cEa rnen;Won+en 778-1161

. . CHOICE/ MEATS & PRODUCE


PURf o ..... o =
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AIRCONDITIONERS 1 OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

EVERY DAY
6.300. 28.000 BTU ISLAND

Manatee County Water As Low As $158.88ALL SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

(Company I ) NEW MODELS IN STOCK
I ........Office:
Shopping C.nter, Holmes Beach, Florida IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION LAWN .w
Telephone 778-2022
Check Our Prices -
Free Installation on MOST Models RAKES
********

ISLAND TV 778-1703
REMEMBER - -
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd 97*


It wSHORTSMonsWosChildrens$2.98up WEATHER WEAR FREE DELIVERY

5 % I lIMes leach 778-1131 Svpjriits IlK.

SHIFTS
-Womens-Solids-Prints-$2.98up 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
SUN BRAS & HALTERS-Womens-79Cup

ISLAND VARIETY STOW 778-1021 EACH. LIQUOR STORED

Ftaenctaf OH NEW C.rs Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping CenterWEuc

,lx1oOwtmFOUR Your END SPECIALS

Ag.nt gon.ALLOur VODKA
> *
efe: 2 99
BLEND 1r
'YOU
Haig& Haig 5-Stor $5.49
COMPLETE fifths
THE BANK. TAILORED Clan McGregor S4.49

PROTECTION SMIRNOFF VODKA fifth $3.99
!7 : FOR YOUR
.......sbe4 April 25. 1961 :7p CAR. HOME." WALKERS GIN-IMPERIAL-TEN HIGH

AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn SEE PERSONAL.BUSINESS. 3 FOR$1 I O=

Anna Maria Island
BLACK LABEL 6 Pack
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA (Bag..Ylreagnsurance BUSCH BAVARIAN PLUS,
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OLD MILWAUKEE a T
778-1697 778-1548

... .... PHONE 77B-2023'
Mew" her: Fe4. Dapea -ace C.IP.r.ti.rr
d..a rsli i srllwiy M lteaa FOR FAST FREE DELIVERY




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