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 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.


Mrs. Higgins To t 4 M'1$ kt .'r n.r Bradenton Beach Police Change. I

Attend The City of Bradenton Beach filing proper written reports
this week fired the fourth chiefof about his work.A .
Mrs. Eugenie police It has had in less thana successor to Lindsay as
ond grade teacher at the year and hired the fifth. Ward Two councilman will be
School has An emergency meeting of the named at the next council
invitation to attend a council held late
city was meeting.
reading conference at Tuesday afternoon at which it
ington D. C., May was agreed that the servicesof Enforcement Crackdown
Chief E. R. "Moon" Mullla The Anna Marla City Commission -
would be terminated Wednes- at a special meeting
day. He was allowed two weeks Tuesday morning decided on
severance pay.Following a crackdown on violators of
acceptance of his traffic regulations and the city
resignation as a councilman "noise" ordinance effective
James Lindsay was hired to immediately. .
tSw replace Mullls. who has been Vice Mayor Harvey G.Meyer
x police chief for about three anda said after the meeting that Po-
half months. lice Chief George Jordan had
;r Reasons for the action were been Instructed to issue no
+ said to be that Mullla is not more warnings and that pun-
adequately qualified to be the itive action would be taken
chief and that he had not been against all violators.

w- I each Commission Sets Budget .

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\ A tentative budget of$71,90S ment at the county beach at
j was drafted at a meeting of the the south end of the Island.
MRS. EUGENIE Manatee County Park Beach lie said no other buildings are
: : and Recreation Commissionlast planned for the south end this
is the only teacher week for presentation to year but part of the $17.OOO
area who will at the county commission.Of item Is planned for picnic
meeting.Mrs. - the total budget $19.025 tables shelters, boat ramps
Higgins is mail service was started recently for was to be requested for use at and barbecue pits for all the
select few teachers and Holmes Beach with deliveries made several youth centers in the county's recreational areas.
nation who has made Beach Post Office. Pictured above left county (although no amount An Item of $9O6O was Included -
"Words In Color" day of service are Bill Anderson Holmes was listed for the Is land Youth In the budget for the
method during the past ; Mrs. Irma Cox postmaster at Bradenton Center), and $32,88Ofor use at East Bradenton Recreation
year. Tohbe Bradenton Beach carrier. (Islander parks and beaches. Center.
At the meeting in ) Proposed youth center allot- Other Items In the proposed
Dr. Caleb Cattegno of ments In the budget were budget were 10,000 for tho
who devised the I l l i a o is Visits Island Manatee County Youth Center county life guard program;

a.J .. give a demonstration in .,..... -- ... $".SOO; and for youth centersat $2.5OO for the development of V
teach IS -
plans to -
.he My a k k a. f,2OO; Oncco eight acres of county owned *
1L Illiterates A visitor to the Island this
to read in 15
$3.625 Longboat Key. $1,2OO land In Palmetto for
; ; recrea-
week Is Miss Marianne Cabs
--three five-hour Palmetto $2,10O and Samo- tional purposes $3. 00 for
of Beverly Hills who.a few
High officials of the
act. 1000. assistance In highway beauti-
States Department of years ago was "Miss Illinois"in A fund of $3,40O was proposed flcatlon projects and $2OOO
tion will be observers : the Miss Universe contest. for the Bradenton Negro for continuation of the artificial -
with Encyclopaedia In private life Miss Cabs Is Youth Center and the East fishing reef program.Col.
executives and a select 9)Y it rf Mrs. Michael Starkman. and Bradenton Recreation Area. Ken Foster of the County
of teachers who have making the trip to the Island
f Park Commission ChairmanM. Engineering I Department
with her her 2.
was son Greg
system.A B. Mickey Harrison said reported to the commission
few months ago She and Greg are visiting her that J17.OOO of the budget Is that tho artificial reefs havo
gins attended a uncle and aunt. Councilman for general recreation work. been successful In attracting
Chicago, sponsored and Mrs. Ed Gaba of Bradenton -
Including additional develop fish.
Encyclopaedia 0 r I tan ; Beach.
which has acquired title She has done some movie
materials used in work nothing Important" C Of C Divides Mosiiito Fund .
"Words In Color." she says and has appeared on
one of eight educators television commercials which Members of the Island Division contributions of residents and
Ohio California New "no one watches." A lowbudget of the County Chamber of part time residents, and carTed
New .Jersey "horror," "The Chop-- Commerce last week voted to on by volunteer workers
Florida who were 9)I pers" In which she played the divide the 1418.57. balance in Tho decision of the group
ly three other teachers feminine lead opposite Tom the mosquito larvlctdlng fund merely confirmed a similar
there. Brown is scheduled to open at equally among the three Island vote at the meeting of May
Some of Mrs. Higgins CABA an area drive-in on Saturday. cities. Payment of the moneyto 1963.
ments which she the cities will bo made President Bill Genung reported
at the workshop are Manager Recaperating after .June 19, when annual that the tentative budget
Incorporated in a Interest is due on a certificateof of the county chamber had been
be used in man- -t --- deposit at the Island Bank. sot at $186,740 and a requestfor
"rapid" reading "Birdie" / The money will be given to $98,64O from tho county ''
reported on her trip to Ma- the cities with the provision had been made
and explained the i .CM It I Is to be used only for mos Howard Adams of Key Royale
using the new method a heart quito control. (Home. Inc. asked for tho support -
(Continued on Page a Since the County Mosquito of tho division In his
Ills Control unit assumed responsibility request for directional sign
Mayor Makes com- for larvlcldlng on the to the World's Pair house on
Following la a on Island early last season the Key Royale the signs to be I
Holmes Beach Mayor eg y is 4 d N chamber no longer sponsorsIts erected at the county be aches. 'II
C. Twist "It la no After #; mosquito larvicldmg program It was voted that tho division .
Holmes Beach traffic 30 which It carried on would. If necessary endorse
nance, and State traffic .ayshe very effectively for about ten Adams request for permission )
nave been ignored togo" years. The program was financed to erect the sign, to direct -
completely by a weight. solely by voluntary visitor to tho homo.AMMA .
troublesome fraction of catchers.
dent and tourists. n Lea-
"These violations r of 4i MARIA ISIAMD WCATHIft
cessive speeding, says
stop at 'Scop signs was In T........... VI!. ....,....
prohibited zones, and 1Iy ,v '1 Sam Neon 6pm Ma
"The administration attack ...
May 12--7' .S M 90 79' Non
tolerant even to a His
13--?? W BO s. 79 .2
with the Increased in an Arizona hospital, and his doctors have May
a 14--*0 Mil IS 91 79 Notw
the Island, It has of him about strict adherence to the
sential that the violations of rest, diet and mild exercise while the May 15--T2 S9 W 9O 79 Moo
stop or the offenders Is healing He plans a second trip to the Mayo May 14--1' M MS 91 80 None
to justice. checkup: about the first of July. He call the t May 17--74 90 IS 91 80 Mono
"Permitting< the managed In his absence by Coach George May Is- 14 *1 IS 91 BO Nona
continue is unfair to a sound team, aa soon. a* they can win both ,
(Continued on Page -be r.." ISLANDER PHOTO)

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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 21. 1964

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Islander Editorials sse . F-


Springtime On The Island Election at the year county change courthouse: A telephone -

which until recently was ans-
Figures published by the State Development Commissionshow "
"Sheriff's office is
that of the several million tourists who visited Floridain wered ,
1963 more of them did so during August than in any other now answered" "Sheriff Gross -
month. July and June were second and third in popularity. office. "
During the "winter" season. March was the high month .
followed by December February and .January in that order. Heard of one Island resident
-< The statistics also confirm something we had suspected who has driven for many long
strongly--that April and May were the low months of the years and who thought his
license had another
year for the tourist industry. driving
and the year to run. The time came
Now spending our seventh-in-a-row April May on
Island we somehow feel that visitors are short-changing when he thought it was timeto ,. t:;; t .
of the best value for their get a new license--looked Students
themselves in the matter getting at Happiness House enjoying birthday cakes
vacation time and money by passing up the Island during at the one he had and found he celebration of the school year. All seven of the youngsters at final
those two months. As a longtime weather watcher we are had been driving for about a had or will have birthdays during May,June,.July or August.
ready to attest that--weatherwlse--the Island Is at Its best year without a license. Then (ISLANDER PHOTO)
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much he discovered
to his chagrin
during April and May. Several times each day during those
months the weather reconfirms one of the principal reasonswe that before he could"renew" that information has "no one image Learey urged the em-
moved to Florida--it Is so nice It is almost too much to It, he would have to listed by that name" some- ployees to tell General's side
bear take another test--Just like a times as long as a week after of the "story" to their neighbors -
Weather bureau records kept for more than 30 years beginnerl I the new phone has been In- explaining some of the
show that the average precipitation for April is a low .2.5 stalled. company's problems regard-
inches and only 3.3 inches for May. Temperatures range Some months ago, a noticeable Then again, there have been ing service etc.
- from an average low at night in the mld-60a to an average odor led Holmes Beach Instances where persons have In recent months. General
daytime high that swings from the mId-70s to the hlgh-80s officials to request the ser- been subscribers for some has been the target of some
and almost without exception the sun Is up there every day vices of the county health months and that same phone heavy gunning by Manatee
cooperating as if it were on the payroll of the Chamber of department In helping to locate company's operators have County City of Bradenton and
Commerce. the source of the odor. After been guilty of reporting that various other area officialsand
the health department men certain numbers (very muchin civic leaders. Recently,
---T' -,- \\Ti- < .. ::;;t"-' investigated they decided that operation) are no longer General officials threatened to
ir- ;'.<. r .t+ J i." the Holmes Beach Coin Laun- working numbers or that they sue the City of Bradenton
<::. I ".:, dry In the Island Shopping have been "temporarily dis- which removed some of the
.. .' Center needed a waste disposalunit I connected." company's "cable warning"
which was duly Installedat One recent case involved a signs in the city but to dateno
a cost of $6,000. Subse-i subscriber in the area who action has been taken.
quently It was found that the 1 had recently been billed for a Other groups have accusedthe
laundry was not the source of i monthly bill of more than$70. company with causing a
the odor, and that the disposal :In this case, business reasons loss of Identity in Bradentonand
# I, unit had not been necessary keep the "wage earner" hus- Manatee County by transferring -
after aliIGubernatorial band at home in upper New Its long distance
- York State while the wife and operations to Sarasota caus-
Candidate daughters spend the winter in ing Sarasota to be mentioned
Robert King HIGH apparently Manatee County. But frequent first in "leave word" long
has cause to about his calls back and
_ worry forth run the distance calls.A .
ability to win in the second phone bills up to unusually high fact of which President
N primary--he has been endor- levels. However not long ago Learey seems to be unaware
__ I I'TOt.t..PREE' sed by several of the same a telephone caller from New is that ever since the long and
__ ______
daily papers which endorsedin York State was Informed that bitter strike of General's em-
the first primary. Candidate the number requested was"no ployees, those employeesHAVE
John Mathews, who ran fifth I longer a working number," been telling the General
::- and that it had been temporarily ,story to, their neighborsInfact
: CORTez BRIDGE.' (ISLANDER PHOTO) Ripening of the tomato crop disconnected. -Right on we have heard some of
- in Manatee County was a fac- top of a $7O plus, bill tool It ourself--from employees.From .
Bridge Tender Dies Mayor ImprovesMayor tor In delaying work on the In fact, so disgruntled have Mr. Leareys point of
JOHN WILLIAM BENNETT Jim Ferguson of Anna Island water supply. Seems been some of our wealthy Yan- view the employees aren't
85, of Third Street Cortex Maria a patient at Bay Pines that laborers who were neededto kee friends with the telephone telling it exactly right--they
died at Memorial Hospital on Veterans Hospital in St. Petersburg Install new mains from a service they have encounteredIn have been putting the emphasisIn
Wednesday May 13. has Improved the well to the water company Florida that a few of them-- the wrong places--which .
Born in Perry he moved to past few days and is feeling plant preferred to harvest the stockholders in the parent doesn't do a thing for that
Manatee County from Crystal a little better. tomatoes because the pay was company of an area phone public image!
River 72 years ago. For more Mayor Ferguson transferredto higher. company--plan to write that In addition to contributing toward -
than 32 years he was employed Day Pines from Manatee parent company and make a loss of identity for
by the State Road Departmentas Memorial Hospital where he Political considerations appear known their harrowing--telephonewise Bradenton and Manatee County -
a drawbridge tender. After underwent major surgery to have played a part in --cxperienceal I by moving the county's
working on the Green Bridge three weeka ago. the refusal of the State Can- And on the subject of phone long distance operations and
for 19 years he became the vassing Board to allow the companies--our old f r 1 e n d. operators to Sarasota that
tender on the old Cortez Cortex two sons, 3.I.Bennett request of Gubernatorial Can- General of Florida recently step has helped to sabotage
bridge and then on the present and William H. Bennett of didate Scott Kelly for a recountof held an unusual meeting. Early Manatee County's economy to
Cortez Bridge retiring from Bradenton; a slater Mrs. O. the May 5 votes especially last week company president. some extent.
that position last September. W. Mattlaon of Bradenton; 15 in view of Candidate Burns Fred Lcarey called a special Why? Because many of those
lie was a member of the grandchildren and 18 great assertion that he had the sup- meeting of company em- operators, if they continue to
First Methodist Church of grandchildren. port of all the members of the ployees--a meeting which was work for General will moveto
Bradenton and the Woodmenof Funeral services were con- cabinet and the board's" claimof MANDATORY for all General Sarasota eventually rather
the World.Survivors ducted at Toale Brothers Fun "no authority. employees in Manatee County than commute back and forth
are hla wife Mra. eral Home, Bradenton Friday including those on their days from Manatee. And meanwhile
Lola M. Bennett three daugh- by Dr. lloyt Tatum pastor of A certain area telephone off I The meeting reportedly they are working in Sarasota.
terse Mrs. P. O. Barmore and the Firat Methodist Church. company has offered by mall lasted for nearly two hours and spending some part of
Mra. F. D. Joyner of Braden Burial was In Fogartyvllle a new "service" to Its sub- during which time the com- their salaries there. So now
ton and Mra. J. B. Fulford of Cemetery. scribers. The offer is to lease pany's Bradenton commercial the long distance calls which
"three new directory ser- office was closed.In originate in Manatee County
Vandalism Reported DANIEL WEBSTER PED- vlces"--one. a street address an apparent attempt to help to support the economyof
RICK II, 76, of 401 -80th St., section; a second a telephone improve the company's public Sarasota County--unfairly!
Police Chief George Jordanof Holmes Beach died sUddenly number section which "lists
Anna Maria City report at his residence Wednesday the names associated with The Islander I
that he has received two corn- May 20.Born telephone numbers. Ita up-to-
plaints of vandalism to cars In Philadelphia he had datcncaa mates It a quick and An Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby
belonging to patrona of The lived on the Island about seven accurate mean of finding
Anchorage a bar on Bay Blvd years moving here from Oak. names when telephone num- THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Both cars reportedly were Pa. Before he retired be was bers are known. A third 314 Pin Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida.
damaged late Saturday evenIng a dealer In antique furniture. a "Monthly Supplement.Iwhich
between 11 and 2:3O. lie la survived by his wife Is a Hat of newcomersand EDITOR..............___.,..STEVE KIMBALL
According Jordana report Mra. Edna Pedrlck of Holmea those who have moved to ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL.
Ronald Itirahberg of Bra Beach; a daughter Mra. Francis new addresses during the ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida.
denton atated that two men D.Co had jumped onto the top of his and a son, D.Webater Pedrick Although the three services
1964 sedan, and danced on the of Gwynedd Valley Pa. sound fine on paper, the tele- SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S*. 3.50:
top causing damage estimated Griffith-dine bland Chapel phone company in question per year; $2 for six month Canada \JJlllq.
at $150. la in charge of arrangement might do much better to Improve S3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES:
r Ralph II. Short also of Bra- At press time funeral details ita present services $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten h a. -=
demon filed a complaint that were incomplete. rather than attempt to Imple- percent for alxconaecutlveinaertlona ....
both front tlrea on his car bad ment new one. Such as having If paid by tenth of following month. ..
been slashed Saturday night Kiwanis ScholarshipsTwo a better record of new phones National or agency placed a""enlalng.J' .
while he was at The Anchorage laland students who have aa well aa a better record of $1.26 per column Inch. /*JaaiBBai ,.....
and that both Urea werea been named recipient of$100 those who have been aubacrib- Brawn Hf tt H Hm I'fta0'
total loaa. scholarships to Manatee Junior era for some length of time. CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY. .
Chief Jordan alao reported College by the bland It la not at all unusual. to Entered aa Second Claaa matter under
that several complaints had Kiwanis Club are Christine call information for the number the Act of March 3. 1879.
"been received about noise at Torgeaon of Anna Maria and of someone whom one
the bar late at night on Fridays Robert llaner of Bradenton knows has bad a phone installed -
and Saturdays.r Beach. and receiving the word MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPERPa



May 21. 1964 THE !ISLANDER Paste 3 ..

Epsilon Alpha (Continued from Page 1) New VFW OfficersNew 8 am t. a fm .....Iey. )

4 Epsilon Alpha Chapterof Manatee County School officers for the next 8 am to 2 pin SendersLIJBB'S
Beta Sigma Phi met at Board last month. year were installed at a
the home of Mrs. Aaron She first learned about recent meeting of Anna
VanOstenhridge Jr. of "Words In Color" from Maria. Island Post 8199
84th Street last week. The Dr. Dorothea Hinman a VFW. held at the Rod & [
new officers for the next pioneer in the reading Reel Pier.Installed.
year were installed by technique. Dr. Hinmanwas by Past Com-
, Mrs. Fran Maxon the visiting on the Island mander Earl J. Nicsman Island Pharmacy
outgoing president. They and gave a demonstration were: Paul E. Kelley.
were: Mrs. Ted Tripp attended by Supt. J. Hart- commander; Allen C. 59O4 Marina Drive
president; Mrs. Robert ley Blackburn PrincipalSam Crum. senior vice commander 778.1"11-Hlte 778-2075
Hoffman vice president Schick and Mrs.. Hig-
; ; Lawrence C.
J j. D. wens.FREE Pt
Mrs. James Clark recording gins. They became Inter- Kenney junior vice com-
secretary; Mrs.C. . New fire truck which was delivered Monday. to the ested and decided to try it mander; John A. Carney
E. Brewer corres- Cortez Fire Department, one of the three units in out in Manatee. County. quartermaster; Earl ,J.Nlesman .
ponding secretary; Mrs.F. the Island Fire Control District. The department is Mrs.. Higgins is very advocate; JohnJ.
B. Shell treasurer headed by Chief Gaylord Garner. (Islander Photo) enthusiastic about the Yarrow, chaplain;Jos-
and Mrs. Clayton Bower results she has had. She eph D. Webb, surgeon; .
extension officer. some slides of Yellow- Hot Dog RoastThe pointed out that her James O. Ferguson,
Mrs. Maxon presented stone National Park. annual hot dog second grade class had trustee for three years;
retiring executive board Mrs.. William Bloodgoodwas roast for Island youngsters far greater reading skills Hollic( C. Ellis, trustee DELIVERY
members with officers' a guest at the meeting sponsored by the than any class she has for two years; William R.
disks. and the white elephantwas merchants of the Island, ever taught. She said that Kermode trustee for one REGISTERED
The following new com- won by Mrs.. Tripp. will take place at the Bay some of her pupils read year; Charles D. Abbs,
mittees were appointed: The final meeting of the Front Park In Anna Maria newspapers and news historian, and William PHARMACISTSON
Mrs.. Maxon Mrs.. Shell year will be held at the starting at 11:30 a.m., magazines. She added that O'Connell service offi-
Mrs.. Hoffman and Mrs. home of Mrs.. Ayers on Saturday May 23. nearly all of her pupils DUTY
Ron Kilberg social; Mrs.. May 26.Mrs. Snooks Adams and Earl have had perfect spelling cer.Douglas Hammond VA
George Norwood and Mrs.. Maxon and Mrs.. Drew will head the comm records. service officer for Mana- AT ALL TIMES
John VanOstenbridge, George Thibodeau attended it tee arranging the Mrs. Higgins believesthat tee County, was a guest
program; Mrs.. Clark the state convention of roast and former Sheriff school drop-outs are at the installation. After
Mrs.. Bower and Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi at the Roy Baden will roast the often the result of older the new officers were installed ws otva
James Ayers ways and Jack Tar Harrison Hotelin hot dogs. Adults will be children who failed to refreshmentswere
means and Mrs.. Brewer Clearwater May 15 to on hand to keep an eye on learn to read in the lower served and a social
Mrs. Aaron VanOsten- 17.A the youngsters while they grades. She feels that the hour enjoyed. .
bridge and Mrs. Norma meeting of the Beta swim. method in which children .n..sow OUPAM ps
Torgeson service. Sigma Phi City Council All Island youngsters are associate words with colors grade class is the only
Mrs. Clark entertainedthe will be held Thursday invited to attend the roast. may revolutionize the elementary school class
group with some col- morning May :2l, at Mrs. entire system of teaching in Florida which has used 120z ,Maalox
ored slides of the dude Hoffman's home, with a for members, husbands reading in the elementary the "Words In Color"
ranch in Nebraska which luncheon at the Gulf Ter- and guests will take placeon schools. method during the entire REG. $1.49 B'5GLASS
Mr. and Mrs. Clark for- race to follow.A Saturday. May. 30. Mrs.. Higgins second past school year.
merly operated plus chapter beach party
Llc.n..d Elactrlcal
Have Your PAINTING 15*
Gulf Drlva at Pin. NEXT TO .00 A HEEL MOTCU:
Done By EXPERTS! *NlgAi Dar" 778-2143 778-2059. DAN nccn A. SOrT DHINKS .A o.iir. a _. i.10.... 6 GIllETTE
M.e4ays 6 .. 6 You All Com and Ht 7A. r"iaA/

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Photte. 778-1341 ASJUSJ Jtit.ri.rlk .


: FOODLINERQuality ClIve M

us REG. ..
& Variety 57.95 >**10

I ARMOUR STAR Smokad Picnic Hom-Lb..............'......25* the chance '.",
ARMOUR STAR WIENERS-12 O*. PUg..................3$1.OOSWIFT Double Stampswith
4 PREMIUM Frozan Stawlng Hana-Lb.................39, /
MI.C Oranga, Crap. Plnoappla & Orongo.Plnoappla...3/89<
LYKES CORNED BEEF-Coo................................... 39*
DIXIE CRYSTAL SUGAR-Limit 1 w/$5 ord.r-.5 Lb...... 9f fo say'yes" the purchase of any
ROMAN BLEACH-Qt..............................................15.
IGA FRUIT COCKTAIL For.................................99* CHARCOAL GRILL
GULF INSECT SPRAY BOMB...................................89*
PRICED $1.39

W. live GOLD BOND st.., $3.49


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County .

MALCOLM R. DUGGAN ; Many. have PUMMN!. 1&'. a fr cilff.rrnl .
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WILL ACTIVELY WORK FOR Hut Uv Kim NatkfTuil lUnk .....n.'
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MALCOLM DUGGAN firmly believe that tt.r If you want or n**.l .nrfnrhg, e.._ 89*
Manatee County's foremost tourlut attraction .w W
Is Anna Maria. Island and its beautiful beachc w.. _.. Ir A.Ip n.. .. ,... ....w.. I.Up Sp1jhctli..Mrtt 131k])
If elected your County Commlnaloocr, -....- ,.,..". H.. ..". A 0-H.*.
Malcolm Dug an will work to develop Anna A.... w ..., -.,..- .l.....i1 tf l.-. veer.1Rs' c.,... ... .I..r T..
Maria Island a* a recreational center second '. t.IMprrO. SUNDAY-WE SERVEBREAKFAST
to none on Florida's Gulf Coast!

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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 21.

_. .. All J&toouft People... 'I' December.MR. AND MRS. E. R. MERGL of Bay View Drive,.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. George Anna Maria, have left for Oakdale. L. I., N. Y.* fora
Hewlett and Mr. and Mrs. Burch Leaman of Dayton vacation.
Ohio...Charles F. Kicherer. Earl Stephens and MR. AND MRS. R. A. LAIDLAW of Periwinkle:
William Mohr of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Edward: Plaza Anna Maria have left for their home in''
Clark of Savannah...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of rTEUt Hagersville. Ont., after spending the winter on the
Hialeah...Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Moore and children of Island.
Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. S. :J. Aparo and son of MR. AND MRS. TALBOT M. BREWER of North
Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Poage Jr. and Mrs.B. Shore Drive. Anna Maria, plan to leave early in June
Acker of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. W. Tismer of :, to vacation for the summer at The Tavern in Grafton
Gulfport...Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Eddy and children of / Vt. and Russell's Inn in Georges Mills N. H. ',
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allan Boyd Jr. and [ ;, MR. AND MRS. C. P. MAYFIELD who vacationed
children of Hyattsville. Md. visiting Mrs. Boyd's .7 4t at Merrimac on the Gulf for several months during
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelley resident managers _ the past winter have returned to their home in
at Merrimac on the Gulf. Mrs. Ted Tripp Mrs. James Clark and Mrs. Chester Springs Pa. for the summer.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cobb of Clayton Bower, who were installed as new officers MR. AND MRS. HERBERT DODSON. who were
Fort Meade..Mrs. E. Owens and Mrs. M. Ventur- of Epsilon Alpha Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi last week. married in Atlanta on April 30. are now Visiting the '
cUe of West Palm Beach...Col. George Moye and (ISLANDER PHOTO) Island. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Dodson
R. E. Moye of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs.Jack Whitesideof was Mrs. Curtis Bassett of Greenville S. C. and
Tampa...Henry B. Andrews of Bartow...Mr.and Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cusano and family of Atlanta.
Mrs. Ray Kelly of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs.William Yonkers N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Webster of Island Realtors and associates who recently were
J. Wadsworth Jr. of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Ga...Mrs. Mary Coburn and mother of recipients of certificates of achievement awarded
Claude Teachout and son Mike of Clermont...Mr. Apollo Beach...Edward Carter of Lakeland...Mr. by the Florida Association of Realtors were: Jack
and Mrs. Lloyd Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Eatonof and Mrs. B. W. Mobly of Okeechobee...Leon Wilsonof Marshall. Ellen Marshall. Dick Wagner and C. V.
Inverness...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brehm of Largo. Lakeland. Bud Hottman. The certificates earned for"the
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Spencer L. Adams of LAY-Z-HV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.Merle Arbo- successful completion of the 1964 Educational Institute
Fort Meade...Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lelehworth and gast and granddaughter of McKeesport, Pa...Mr. of the Florida Association of Realtors, were-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McNeal of Tampa...Mr and and Mrs. Shook Banks of Winchester Tenn...Mr. presented at the most recent luncheon meeting of the
Mrs. E. E. Howell of Llthla...Mr. and Mrs. Vivian and Mrs. W. B. Burns of Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. Manatee County Board of Realtors.MR. .
Morgan of Plant City. Edwin L. Weitkamp of Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs.J. . AND MRS. JOHN M.BAGWELL,who have been
EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thompsonof H. Hardy of Chattanooga Tenn..Mr. and Mrs. vacationing at the Pegg Cottages in Anna Maria fora
Fort Wayne. Ind..Mr. and Mrs. James Knight of James Hale of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Sheaof few weeks, have returned to their home in Chico
Bartow..Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cope and family of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hileman of California.
Orlando. Muncie, Ind...Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lang of Winter MR. AND MRS. ROBERT J. ANDERSON of Seaside
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Haven. Gardens Holmes Beach have returned to their sum-
Walkins of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Glen B. MISS LYDIA BAER of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach mer home in Preble, N. Y. for several months.
Dixon of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shirley is spending the summer at Mlllsboro Del. MRS. MURRAY HECKERT, manager of the S. S.
family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. W. Good of Cape MR. AND MRS. PAUL HAWKINS of 67th Street White Sands Motel returned home recently after
Coral..Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Blackwell St. Peters- Holmes Beach who have spent the winter on the undergoing eye surgery at Manatee Memorial Hospital -
burg..Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gilman of West Palm Island, have left to vacation in Jeddo MIch. for the and wants to thank her friends for all their
Beach...Mr. and Mrs. William Walton of Ozona... summer. expressions of sympathy and good wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Palmer of Cleveland, Ohio MRS. HERBERT V. GODWIN of Gulf Boulevard MR. AND MRS.JOHN L.OSBORNE of Neptune Lane
...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knechtges of Grafton Ohio. Anna Maria has returned to Wilton Conn. for the Holmes Beach, are leaving this week for Berkeley
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Norm Bohley of summer after occupying her home here since late Heights N. J., where they will stay until fall.
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World's Fair House Open SundayThe

famed Formica World's Fair House one of the ,
greatest advances in modern-day living will open to of
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the public Sunday May 24, at Key Royale off Anna
Maria Island. ;
The Richmond Construction Corp. of Sarasota one
of the 100 builders in the nation to be selected to '. 1 p
build the 1964 dream house began construction in 1R f l C
( January on the Key Royale site.
The Richmond firm has built and sold more than
350 homes in the Sarasota-Bradenton area in the
I past year and the World's Fair House is by far
the firm's greatest achievement according to the
company's president Laurence Richmond. TT : ; ; _
Richmond said on the eve of the opening of the
World's Fair House "The unique design concept 1
the creative innovations of our World's Fair Formica
model to home-loving home-buying west Florida
people far surpasses anything we have ever attempted. -
Mrs. Richmond one of the few women in America M ,.
who is a licensed builder and winner of nine

national awards for design and decorating received .....
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a division of the American Cyanamid Company to
alter the original World's Fair House plans to fit .
not only her unique ideas on Florida west coast FORMICA WORLD'S FAIR HOME AT KEY ROYALE. TO BE OPEN TO TIlE PUBLIC SUNDAY MAY24th
living but also to blend into the development of Key
Royale. Peder Mickclsen a prominent Minnesotan who first The opening Is scheduled for i p.m., and special
The entire house is built of Formica including viewed the palmetto palm and Junglellke atmosphereof police will be on hand to help with the parking and
paneled walls cupboards fixtures doors and ceil- the Island in 1946. A few years later, he purchased .. to help keep the flow of traffic even and swift.
ings.In the ISO-acre island--then known as School Key-- Richmond and MlckolHcn in a Joint statement this
addition the World's Fair House showcasesmore and started full-scale development in 1960. week said "We want everyone who IH Interested
than a dozen brand name products Richmond Mickelsen and his associates have virtually madea in homes of any size and shape to come and see the
said and is all-electric. Florida Power and Light paradise out of the jungle. The expense Involvedin Formica World's Fair HOUHC. It IB the greatest
Corp. has installed a complete Medallion electric clearing dredging filling building seawalls achievement in modern. homes In .this century."
system. canals etc. exceeds by ten times the initial cost #
Major brand name products include American of the key.Streets You might win an all-expense-paid trip to the New
Radiator & Standard Corp., Amerock Corp., Ander- with concrete gutters and curbing have York World's Fair for an unforgettable seven days
sen Corp., Philip Carey Mfg. Co. (Miami Cabinet been installed along the roads winding through the and six nights for yourself and a companion, bv
Division), Chrysler Airtcmp Colonial Products Co. 40O-homc site and as far as possible palm trees, entering the Acryllte I Skydome "See Daylight
(Yorktown Kitchens), Frigidaire Division CMC shrubbery and other decorations of nature's handi- Contest at the Richmond-Formica World's Fair
Kirsch Co., Lightolicr Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., work have been left intact. Several hundred palm and (louse at Key Royale, to be open to the public start
R. C. A., Singer Sewing Machine Co. and Superior cedar trees have been moved to new locations with ing Sunday.
Electric Co. amazing success to maintain the work of nature's Winners will stay at the famous new Americana
The choice of a site for the Formica World's Fair lunch and dine at five different restaurants Includ
House on Key Royale the Sun Coast's newest and art.Ready for Sunday's gala opening of the famed ing a night club. They will fly to and from the
most desirable waterfront residential property was Formica World's Fair House will be ample parking magic city visit tho World'ti Fair, and have $100 In
unanimous in the opinions of Mr. and Mrs. Richmondand areas and attendants of the Richmond organization cash for meals and Incidental expcnHon.Be .
of the officials of the Formica developers.Key and Key Royale personnel will be on hand to aid sure to pick up your content rules when you J.
Royale is the result of the foresight of visitors in seeing all there Is to aec. visit the house on Sunday, or any other day.fiVfg .
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is incomparable.Situated on Anna Maria' Island, view of Tampa Bay the fascinating Sunshine at the Fair and in key communities around the climate of the areas in which the house is being
Key Roy ale I is rapidly: becoming a tropical Skyway Bridge and the smaller keys that dot country, embodies innovations in the use of built.Richmond Construction Corp.. nationally
paradise dotted with homes of outstanding dcthc Bay area.Certainly a superb house on a superb material and equipment that will be of interest known (for originality of concept has distin
sign and The \World's' Fair all itself in the Florida adaptation of( the
quality. House sits site is a combination worthy of inspection. to present or potential homeowners. Outgulshed
standing builders throughout the nation arc World's' Fair House.Construction .

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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 21. 1964

What Will Home Cost Buyer?

1 How much will the Richmond-Formica World's
Fair House sell for?
v Laurence Richmond builder of the famed home on
Key Royale said prices vary In different parts of
the country but generally range from $25OOO to
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The Key Royale World's Fair House designed
especially for Florida's west coast by Mrs. Richmond -
will sell in the $3O.OOO class the builder said. r
"This is a very generous house for the money," :I
Richmond said. "It is generous in size generous in
the way of life its design function and features make
The World's Fair House affords great measures of
privacy for all members of the family Mrs. Rich-
mond added "and privacy is a true luxury of our

time. It acknowledges the demand for doors between Richmond-Distaff Influence .
rooms for lower noise levels and Incorporates the .So. )
'Great Room and features L "
family or concept
": stand around with their foldedas L .t. atDr
outside panels give easy access outdoor areas. Most women arms
they watch their new home going up. a.-.
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Key Royale-Suncoast Garden Spot But not Ruth Richmond of Richmond Construction.A t.--: _..In __ "....-... \L ,"' 1iI
builder in her
nationally recognized own right Mrs.
Ruth and Laurence Richmond principals in the Rich-
Tucked in tranquilly in the lee famous Anna Maria Richmond has had a hand in the designing of hundredsof mond Construction Corp., builder of the World's Fair
Island a few minutes ride from downtown Bradenton homes in the Sarasota-Oradenton area, along with Model Home at Key Royale. The Richmond Corp. is
is one of Florida's most beautiful and unique water- her husband Laurence. the area's largest builder of homes selling 350 new
front residential developments--Key Royale. Mrs. Richmond one of the foremost home plannersand residences during 1963.
Mother Nature used a lavish hand on Key Royale. decorators in the South said that in her creative
And man has refused to push this hand aside in his work in the Formica World's Fair House on Key Colors are vibrant and striking and will emphasize
Efforts to develop the key into one of the most Royale she was aided tremendously by The Rug Mart. cheerfulness while maintaining a strong leaning
desirable homesltes on Florida's lavish west coast. Kane's Furniture and Tom Voodry. her decorator toward easy and effortless housekeeping.
Surrounded by the sparkling cool waters of Tampa suppliers.Mrs. Acrylite Skydomes are used for additional sunlight
Bay Sarasota Bay and Key Royale Pass everywherethe Richmond's eye for color and decor Is and are strategically located throughout the house. m
eye turns it is met with exquisite vistas of unsurpassed and the World's Fair House reflects Mrs. Richmond is one woman who doesn't stand w
tropical beauty. this ability. She said colors furnishings and acces- around with her arms folded while watching her house mthMf
Homesltes are large high and well drained and sories were selected to compliment the natural being built. Instead she takes an active part in every
Include reinforced concrete seawalls asphalt paved setting of Key Royale and its view of Tampa Day and phase of construction from dreams to the drawing th'pe
streets concrete gutters and curbs storm sewers the Sunshine Skyway. Tropical motif of course is board and from the drawing board to the actual '
and water.. mains. cultivated throughout the home. building to furnishings and decorating.
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Key Royale is strictly a residential development for ta;
the discriminating buyer appealing particularly to
those who love the water and the soft refreshingGulf i
of Mexico breezes."Privacy" .
is the foreword on Key Royale and
converts itself even into the model of the Richmond-
Formica famed World's Fair House.
Yet privacy does not mean one has to be far away
from the necessities of modern living. There are
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excellent shopping facilities at nearby Holmes Beach t
Shopping Center. The Island Bank Yacht Club a
medical center and dozens of other commercial,
social and cultural facilities also are within a few
minutes of any site on the key.
Fishing and boating are within a few dozen feet of

one's living room or patio. Boat docks and garages i ik
arc ample. A golf course is now being planned with > I
the organization of a community corporation.The )j jA
Hurmlca World's Fair House is being shown '
only in selected communities throughout the country. : :
Richmond Construction Corp.,Sarasota was selectedto ,
build a Florida west coast model and Key Royalewas -.
selected as its site. The nationwide project .
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.. .L. ETTS I. . High School PTA MRS. JEANETTE T. '" i il'
WELCH. 70. of 313 Bay
May 14, 1964mar Open letter to the Island Three Island residents Boulevard. Anna Maria
Editor: Division of the Manatee have been named to key died at a local hospital
Congratulations to you County Water CompanyDear -- chairmanships on the Saturday. May 16. '\
your staff for the fine Sirs: board of directors of the Born in Whitfield County.
(you are doing on your If you can tear your- Manatee High School PTA Ga.. she moved to Anna
.lication. Improvement selves away from your for the 64-65 school Maria 13 years ago from
year to year is quite drafting boards where year. Charleston Cleveland.
[JEiceable, and IEcularlY you are doubtless busily Mrs. James L. Clark of Tenn. Before moving to 1
admire your engaged in designing still 410 Clark Drive Holmes the Island she and her
more beauty spots for Beach whose son Bernie husband owned a restau-
, a resident of Holmes Beach pause fora i will be a senior will head rant in Tennessee. .1
Maria come Jan. 1, second and gaze at the the room representative Survivors are her husband -
.:(God willing), retirEs above picture. I only regret committee. John W. Welch of
of that date from that you the artists Mrs. Frederick A. Anna Maria; a daughter.
were not taken standing Frost of 230-85th Street., Mrs. Dorothy Seward of
best wishes to youdour beside it. Holmes Beach whose son Anna Maria; four brothers -
[ staff. I understand that this is Richard will be a junior William Taylor of
I Sincerely your finished product. You will be chairman of the Cleveland. Ga.. Edward
... Charles E. Trout don't I am told plan to study group. Taylor of Acworth. Ga.,
W. Director hide your blight in or Mrs. J. D. Webb of Per- James Taylor of Jasper
Printing Department under anything. In 1880 iwinkle Plaza. Anna Maria Ga.. and George Taylorof
University of Chicago this might have been quitean Recently Installed pump whose daughter Bcaverdale. Ga.; three
admirable effort but in ing station near beach end Paulette will be a sophomore sisters. Mrs. Hattie Haw-
- 1964 A.D., it seems to of Slat Street. will be chairmanof kins and Mrs. Arthur
lack practically every- - the guidance commit- Hoffman of Cleveland. DIG TARPON caught by
May 12. 1964 thing; Including "know- your recent work of artl! Tenn.. and Mrs. Martha mall girl! The 94-pound
Dear Editor: how. It cannot we are At your waterworks on tee.The appointments were Breeden of Armuchee. Silver King above was
I hope you still 'walk* to told be put underground 85th Street you built a maue by President Stan Ga., and one grandson. boated last week by 14-
the Post Office for your in this spot because of drinking fountain and had C h u d y, in a move to A funeral service was year-old Jennifer Law-
mail; I just cannot get erosion (that well-worn an architect design it.Not strengthen and broadenthe held at Griffith-Cline Island rence of Sarasota. and
used to the idea of the excuse), but as the capped that it is the most Inspir- PTA representationin Chapel Monday weighed at Island Marine
mailman's cart instead of well was and had been ing sight and not that we the area.Wheeler afternoon with the Rev. Supply in Holmes Beach.
the;,,delightful habit of there for years and if needed a drinking foun- Leeth is prin- Richard K. Wiggins of The Tarpon waa landedby
walking up the beach for erosion was to be a problem tain just there but at least cipal of Manatee High Roser Memorial Com- Miss Lawrence in Sarasota
the Mail, standing in line then it was a poor you tried. Surely then it and second vice presidentof munity Church officiating. Bay and last week
with all the other winter place to drill a well any- would have been possiblefor the PTA and is desir- Following another ser- led the entrants in ClassC
people and seeing and way. you to have installed ous of an active energeticand vice in Cleveland. Tenn.. of the Junior Divisionof
talking with friends. Progress The residents of Shell something a little less meaningful PTA at the burial will be in Hopcwell. the St. Petersburg Jay-
has many names!! Drive Starfish Road and revolting than your recent the school and has said Ga. ceo Tarpon Roundup. Hr
..Congratulations on your surrounding streets keep effort.If he is very impressed with father Wally Lawrence,
pfeecegraphlc studies by this bit of beach front cut you insist that thereis the Island selections. A MAYOR MAKES . last week led tho open
Awe Carla Romeike. and cleaned up and this nothing that can be doneto get acquainted get-to- (Continued from Page 1) division of the tournament
TIIaak you. and how we year took up a collectionto improve the looks of gether will be held soon. abiding citizens. We hope with a I48 pounder.of .
ewes appreciate these replace the trees lost this Installation it would that it will not be neces-
I y views of the Island. by frost. These peopleare appear either that you mystery why the city fathers sary to issue summonses police, with the help of
Sincerely. paying customers of simply don't care, or that haven t forced you but If that Is the only way the sheriff's departmentand
: Amy Heffernan yours but they do not-- you don't know howlIn to do something.Vicki to prevent the flouting of the highway patrol
_, Bloomington Ill. repeat--DO NOT admire either case it Is a Gorrie .traffic lawn,then the chief will enforce the law." .


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Paste 10 TIlE ISLANDER Thursday May 21. 1964CHURCHES r

LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE GAYLE M. MICHAEL, Katherine Guild, Senior BanquetHigh Woman's Club
51, of 503-71st Street,,
MISSION OF INTENTION TO Holmes Beach died at hi:I Rick Adams Engaged school sophomoresand The annual spring work-
... ST. BERNARD RBGtSTEft FICTITIOUS NAME home Tuesday May 19,, juniors of the Senior shop for all Woman's Club

(CATHOLIC) mac Tbe they: underslcned.are conducting do berebr a Television certify after a long Illness. Mr. andMrs.-RussellM. Youth Fellowship of Roser members of District 14 of r

He*. Francis F. WeleaiUlerMASS SeJee and Service B_...... st 1O3A Born In Crystal Valley Guild of Bradenton Beach Memorial Community the Florida Federation of

: Bridge Florida under Street.the Bradencon fictitious name e. ch.ofROSS'S Mich., he moved to the have announced the Church will hold their Women's Clubs will be

SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am TV SHOP....that said firm lecompoesd Island seven years ago engagement of their annual senior banquet at held at the Outrigger Inn,

WEEKDAYS: Sam who. nausea of and the places followlnc of residence per_. from Indiana. At the time daughter Katherine Pau- the fellowship hall of the St. Petersburg, Friday

J HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm are aa followet Melva L. Moor. and of his death he was the church at 5:59 p.m., Sunday May 29. Purpose of the
Robert R. Moore Jr.. 103A Bridge Trailer May 24. Graduating meeting is for instructionand
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: SIr..,. Bradenton Beach Florida. owner of the Kozy
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm It 1. our intention to apply to too Park Bradenton. He was seniors will be honored. planning for the 1964-
Clerk of the Circuit. Court in and for a member of the Christian Guest speaker at the *65 club season. State officers -

Harv.y Memorial. Church the Manatee aald d Florida ROSS'S to TV register SHOP Science Church. banquet will be Principal will be introduced;

(Non-D.nom inat lona l) under tbe provisions of Chapter 2O93J. Survivors are his wife, Wheeler Leeth of Manatee two outstanding speakers
of Acts of 1941. 4cI
Laws Florida.
Bradenton Beach Witness our bands thla 2Stn Day of Mrs. Phyllis Michael,and J High School. from Pinellas and Sarasota -

R... A. W. Slmns April. 1964.MELVA .a daughter. Miss Sharor 4 Sophomores and juniors Counties will be

SUNDAY: ROBERT L.R.MOORE MOORE JR. Michael both of Holmes may purchase tickets heard and instructionwill

9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 103A Bridge StreetBradoaun Beach; a son, Ronald Mi- yam. from Suzie Wright or Ger- be given by the FFWC
10:30 a. m. Church Service. Beaca. Florida Guild. Other membersof department and division
-30 5-7. 14 31. **4 chael of Bradenton, s ry

Christian Scle c. $or.le. brother Harold Michael the banquet committeeare chairmen and by special
A. M. Cmmmvnlty He .. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING of Grand Haven Mich. Fran Niesman, Cheryl chairmen.The .
A will be held
public bearing duringthe
I SUNDAY regular meeting of the Board of Funeral services will be N ..p Bottoms, Eric Akins and meeting will begin
: Aldermen of the City of Holmes 'held at G r iff it h-CltnE w Dick Frost. with registration and cof-
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN Beach Florida at the Holmes Beach
r SERVICE. City Office on Tuesday. June 2, 1964. stand[ Chapel at 2 p.m., r Graduating seniors to be fee at 9:30 a.m., followedby
at 7i3O P.M., to consider a requestor Thursday May 21, watt honored are James Witt sessions from 10 until

Gloria Dal. Evangelical 23-acre Key ftoyale.tract Incorporated of land located, to zone In the a J Mrs. Ethel Wheeler of ; : Kathy Boozer Pete Callahan 2:30 with a luncheon of
northwest corner of Key Royale for I he: First Church of Christ Chris Hoffman, either Hawaiian chicken I

Hev. ester. M._ lilt. Pastor the specific coura*..purpose of constructing .taolt .;Scientist officiating.; Interment MISS KATHERINE GUILDla Frederick: Holle Y. James. rr_A. _Jl seafood p latter. . TV&&&*.*.* 1..
TURSDAY - ----
: Pauline H. Archer will be Skyway to Richard S. Adams Schambers and Gary Wag- luncheon will cost $2.75
7:30 pm Church Council. City Clerk __ Memorial Gardens. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam ner. and there will be no addi-

FRIDAY: UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Adams of Anna Maria. tional charge for coffeeor

7:30 pm Weddlng--Mary payment required MRS. OLGA BLAIR. 76, Both Miss Guild and Mr. High Twelve ClubA registration.Club .

.. Lou Berg-Michael Fagan. 8 llne -l JO-50* minimum of 301 Bay Blvd., Anna Adams are graduates of business meeting will officers have appealed h

SUNDAY: hOH Kl-NTj Two-Bedroom CottageIn Maria died Monday May Manatee High School In take place at the meetingof to members to help

9:15 am Church School. Holmes Beach. Pull Garage with 18, at Memorial Hospital the Class of 1962. She is the Island High Twelve the local club get a head

10:30 am Morning Worship; telephone Close; radiant to private heat and beach.air Hollywood Fla. employed as a secretaryand Club to be held at the start in club work by attending -

I Service High School SenIors June to November. Phone 778-1""". Originally a resident of receptionist by Dr. Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat the workshops.

to be Honored. with FOR'SALZt trailer.Fiberglass 1 4It.. Gulfllner over plywood.Dual Rush City Minn., Mrs. Jack W. Garnant in West noon, Thursday, May Reservations must be

11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. Good Condition--ONLY $13O. CallW. Blair and her husband Nyack. N. Y.. and Is living 21. E. D. Wetmore, a 33rd made by Saturday, May

TUESDAY: FOR. R. KKRMODP.RLNTi Furnl.KeM at 778-2337.-Home in the late Alfred Blair with her brotherinlaw degree Mason and past 23, with Mrs. Frank i

4, 7:30 pm Church Men Officers Holmes month or years 3 moved to the Island in and sister Mr. and president of the club will Schroeder 612 Ambassador

; Meeting. BR View.. :2 Call Baths.77S-ltlil.Air| conditioned. Gulf 1938. She was a memberof Mrs. James J. MoshierJr. speak briefly explainingsome Lane, Key Royale, or

The Principal of the Anna Maria Roser Memorial Community in New City N. Y. of the activities of calling her at 778-2675.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Elementary School Is now Interview- Church.Survivors Mr. Adams is employedby that degree. Attendance will be by
.. lit applicants for the position of
... .
R. BelUH Pester
THURSDAY" custodian. at the school.All applicants are a niece Ingersoll-Rand Speaker at the meetingon pre-registration only; a
: must be residents of the Island. Call Mrs. Doris Appleton of Phillipsburg, N. J. No Thursday May 28, will name and check must be
775.1|125 for appointment.SALEi .
Fidelis Class.
7:30 pm LOTS FOR 05"rt. on Canal. Miami; a great niece DIane date has been set for the be Sgt. Mike Prieto Iden- with each registration.
FRIDAY: 72nd St.--S4.00O| Blmlnl Bay Los Appleton and a nephew wedding. tification officer of the Transportation arrange-
, priced for .ale Gulf
quick Front.
5:30 Church Social ;
, pm 10.000; 77th St. Canal. '..000; 75thSt. Alfred Anderson. Manatee County Sheriff's ments will be made for
Hour at Bay front Park. Canal. $3.5OO; 73rd St.. $3.000. Interment was in Wood- lawn Cemetery Miami. Department. all who need rides.
tw SUNDAY IN. B. PROTHERO. Re f. Real Estate
:- Broker lift-81st St. 7 191FORSACEiUsed "3 I
8:45 am Sunday school. 2-ton FeddersAft -

, ; 10:00 am Worship Service. Furniture s 5:30 pm Concord Choir. FOR SALEi N Wlfome on 202 Ft. ... t
6:30 Service. Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large j
pm Worship Bedrooms 2 Baths; Large Florida
TUESDAY: Room and a.Car Garage. Tile Roof 4
Insulated Intercom system ft central ICE .
7:00: pm Church Choir. heat ft air' conditioning. Only SI.SOQ Hood'sMilk I
. WEDNESDAY: Down. Call 77H-2I77. ,
MtasTS CUTTING by appolnt-:
j 6:15 pm Recreation Hour. m.nt--NO WAITING. Plerr..aSludlo. 1 1I I

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting.RA. 4300 Gulf Drive. Call Holmes 7711-2041.Beach.. ForApnolntmenf. EJECTOR & SERVER 1\
GA. Sunbeams. "Vim
aALL.--C.ULl- FRONT--3 Lots
for ONLY 10000. Write P. O.Uo&7. .
Rasa. Memorial. Church' Drsdenion Reach
, (Non-Dor...M Inatlona I) YEAR otnvdpa'oPtarv: -MAlfTTENANCKi inn ' '

...". .......... K. MeelsP.n. DOING. FLOORS MOWING CLEANED TRIMMING. .L.

WINDOWS WASHED ft OILED. iff youBUY ,,1 ll''i
7:00 pm Junior Choir. KEN FELLOWS PHONE 77I-2S94 :
*> P.M. 210-I3th St. H. H.
Senior Choir. l-f4-ty FRIENDLYROUTE
pm FOR SACK-BY OWNBRi ftesuiltul) d
SUNDAY Building Luc on tUverkoe Ct.. (acr .. I NO
road front 31st St.) Will sacrifice for
9:00 Service.
am Worship quick Sale at tl.sOO. Ring of 22 palmson MAN
10:00 am Sunday School. back of lot.WrlteiJohnM.llacwell. { {I I I
Rout Ctico' I
} &amL-- IIRI
JtJ'n. 12-l'
5:59 Senior Banquet. 1
: pm 15 ; P t a service iu .
MONDAY our readere. we can furnish SB?inch !
enlargements uf any picture appearing Yes, now Is the time to buy this now ,
7tOO pin Boy Scout Troop 7. In The ISLANDER tor only tl.iesch. Friil&air,* ofriaarator. Th. price tells you
1.2021' .t the office
WEDNESDAY Co'pCN WET'BOAT'S Cr".Ur- It's a donl-miss-it value. AND.youll pt this
10:00 am Mission Wkshop. able at ONLY 7.3O per month at the Frigidairo Flip-Quick Ico Ejector as a bonus! i.Lowestpriced i.
Picnic. Anna Mart. Call ?71.142i.Reason.r ._
8:00 pm Group 7. Youth RmFRIDAY .

L........ 1.1..... a..1 & AnsonFLORIST
Heuse suitable for lalane)

: -,... .. de ,....,. climate and candleIons.
10:00 am Prayer Group. Re-.dellny. Addition & Frost-Proof !
DUU Grand HoW Refrigerator
SATURDAY" R....".. TVwmtwreMhyestimate
t .
744.0431 I 4a alven..
t 10:00 am Prayer Group. Am. Maria. 7781410 .- ", Me ".tl. no defrosting ever, m.
SATURDAY 11 I. free***or refrigerator comport m*.+.
t !
f 1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal. _' ...j Packages never stick together.-
SUNDAY DR. CHARLES A. -- --:::---P. .
Rig tone top freeze

9:15 am Sunday School. t ':__:-- [atra' last ice cube ''''''"C- 1 1I
11:00 am Woohip Service .
Ts P.reeiatnamel| Hydrators ,. I
& Sermon "Maybe You I hold r...r'y 1- bushel' 01 ugebblws.Beey .

trllc-Don't Need A Fiychia- OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE aware deer KM" rhe e. ctl"

I perfect piece for evrythn from

O rah .! The A..wuwsteti.w eggs to bottle UN and tmssL
.. '..'. All shales are "' .eoodtt.A'-.
|.... 0.-'" K. U *
tuI. ..........

THURSDAY: tt.--watdeo.wd.ea................
9:00 am Holy Eucharist.TRINITY 5500 MARINA DRIVETRY
....tM..a.e.4.eon $..d e.h+tg.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist. 6000TtABEIN

10:30 am Family Eucharist A ss

Sermon. Church School. } Item/Ie'p' .Nf aA

* Old e----. ALLOWANCE

KM* Fretta. .to YMT Fit.ij Illilwaukee

/' .- Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer


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need listings on fairly priced property
Call and list with us Todavl I

If you are looking for an outstanding valuein
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to BECKET T REALTY
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for PHONE 778.3333
"'........D...0.... A..elet. Aaaocl.t.

Home at the corner of Holmes Boulevard and 65th
For Street. Holmes Beach purchased recently by the
Winslow Electric Co. of Essex Conn. from Mr. and
RENTALSBEACH Mrs. Arthur S. Hall of Holmes Beach and Cincinnati.R. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!
H. Winslow of Winslow Electric plans to use the
property as a winter home. Jack Marshall Realtor
FRONTOR of Anna Maria negotiated the transaction. (Islander
Photo) to purchase a lovely,

YEARLY never lived in, brand

SEE DICK WAGNER Realtor 4 new,

2217 Gulf Drive. B. B.Tel.. 778-2863



I "
I Located near the Beach in Holmes Beach.
Open fireplace in large living room.Two nice +- downand
porches. Air conditioning garage laundry.
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over
$2.OOO gross rent, which pays all expensesand
more. Total price of property. 26500.
HANDSOME NEW HOME on Baronet Lane Key.
JOHN B. PROTHERO Royale Holmes Beach purchased recently by Mr. monthly payments of $105

EGISTERED REAL ESTATE .RO CE!.-SALES& RENTALS and Mrs. Frank Moylc of LaGrange Park 111. Key
Royale Homes. Inc. was the broker In the transaction.
1.16.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach (ISLANDER PHOTO) NO CLOSING COSTS

:''ELGIN Water Softeners and Filters HARRY M. RIFE


778-1486 BUY THE BEST FOR LESS ...... 778-1341 A m. M.ri. M &M Building 778-2614 Anna MariaE.BRCHIAOIT

...4.744-5142 FULLY GUARANTEED



$-< Ittl
778-2557 '74 ?u-J T.
Maria ''''H' ''r-.,
..., !.!.<. /-...--. JA ...,
Presents _
S24 Ilk $". w..i
We Have A Canal Front Home ILADENTONLA..

. That we feel to be an exceptional value I -- ml
,.... UI. I ';; ct:- :'';. ''.
Built by a most reputable builder--this home i. l' : ;
'I, :t<<
has been owned by only one family-and hasThall i-;
the extras not usually included such as:
Are You Looking?
Water softener washing machine garbage
disposal refrigerator drapes and rugs. It see
also has extra storage space in two-car
\ garage an extra screened patio and a George WIII..rREALTY
beautifully landscaped lot. For the thrifty
buyer and particular home owner--this will
, be
\ __ ANSWERLf hl.Ad! SJt.ppJ i/.g C....r orCNATIVCAfAMTMCNT; .
: TWO LOTS between highway and the Gulf in PHONE 778-2444 C.wJ..Iwlww' 0-....I..r ...
'L" _.desirable location. Just reduced. TERMS. Or WRITE BOX 1012 .... -M'._...-.I

Another SpeciaH


Win SPECIALS WE RAN 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Daily

get your Official

latest Waterfront Lot

JIIIn BETTER a0...... ........ a..A'..... ..... ........0..'. ......... c-e-a --AM 1:..*.......
in fine residential area .....c-a...1...0l*... CS...S AM G.MM..M104M.1a.r4
Or 6 T..PO. A--I.. =6 c---...*-e y .-y. AioU.r1.S....Lm.b4.....

SiLl LIVINGHOME for only S3.6OOI (More 11.1.ar1.. .4 L.b. .... ... .,.. T--'.Tba..A ..1L
O./.w Apr t--y. ........ .
c.-. Aa4.c wl TV
......... .
Open for than 1OOOO aq. feet of ...., r. P--- a...-......6 G.M.Tv....T.1..-.r Owl.
Inspection /..... S----...... r.aa W..-....rrM.....
o.e.u4 ... .. I....I -6 ... ...
land .. .aa0.
#26 Seaside Court CaH area Ralph) PmrrUh r __ -rw...-o..i.........II Ib.... ......-

or Peggy Moor.
SISIIIE (, \KDE\S ....
For Information Contact Rob.rt S. Cabl.,
Parrish tMlffy

JACK HOLMES a..lter P.O.PUA...M..i. SaUt Manager Ph n. 7781611lhursday. 1


12 TilE ISLANDER Thursday.May 21. 1964


i I ABLE Call 778-2012 I. 21I-J 2JrBrighten Your Home with a lovely
U1IMLUafL ,_. (7Permanent f Floral or Fruit arrangement.
SP Choose from our
COMPLETE NEW LINE Of large assortmentof
Pt-UMBJNO CONTRACTOR FabricsFree original designs c &.OR. Bring your
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH favorite container and we will designan

PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES,PUMPS, REPAIRS Estimates Installationon arrangement especially for you.
Custom Orders with Your Also-Trees, Potted Plants, Hanging
Choice of Fabric ; ''. Baskets of all kinds

OR Just !... - dW4r Lending Library
'((;" ,It SlWI.p J JeM Dwyt.7.1 .-...
Come In S Order By The YardREDS'DIAfS "" .- __::: ........

K SEE---


Latex Wall Paint $3.98 gal Linen Rental Service 778-1472
214-54th St. Holmes Beach SHIFTS
Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 galHolMts


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leach Supplies Inc. 2 NIGHT CALL 778-1440 778-1771 SOLID COLORS

778-1131 Anna Maria Island's Only
I 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachManatee STRIPES
LICENSED CAR DEALERBulck.Ramble.Dodge.Dodge


: . . Also Sizes half 8 to sizes 46

9 9b .
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it s w+o f"ftCII 4 Won''to

6.300 28.000 BTU COLORS in

1 As Low As $158.88ALL ART FOAII 1 Back In Stock
\ Get Yours while it lasts


County Water Check Our PricesFree .
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Company Installation on MOST Models C Mco-.W
(INCOtrORATlb) ********

Shopping Center Rruaar, Holmes OIIke:Beach, Florida ISLAND TV 778-1703 CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

Telephone 778-2O22 Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.

Title I
7 A.M.-9 P.M.
HOME IMPROVEMENT SHO RTS-Me nsW 0 s-C hi ildrens-$2.98up I EVERY DAY

SHIFTS I -W 0 men s..S 0 lid -Prints-$2.98up ISLAND
SUN BRAS & HALTERS-Womens-794 up

in and I.t us discuss Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping CenterWEEK
your needs with you- END SPECIALS

LOtI.'i? Ag.nFOR-0uT go Walkers Private Cellar 1/5 $3.99

YOU Bonded 100 Proof 3 for 11.65

i THE BANK.April ...
i YOUR 1 CC' .CC' 3 fOR$1 000:
Istebltdte4 25. 1961 GIN

On Anna Maria Island Bag $yea insurance BLACK LABEL 6 Pack
778-1697 778-1548 OLD MILWAUKEE "a.

M Mr: F.4.rl 1 Dp..i ir 1..r&ACe I Corpo..lowL ' c...*..J wrcb..ss_ i art Ilr+6ry at noon FOR FAST PHONE FREE 778-2023 DELIVERYPage


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