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 28, 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: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
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655 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1964 TEN CENTS


City MeetingsNext Week Island Water Situation Improved .

Meetings of the governing : A new deep well has been for the absence of any kind of
boards of all three Island connected to the Island Water bacteria and has been fully
cities will take place next Company's system, serving approved. Actually the water
week. The Anna Maria City __ the cities of Holmes Beach Is slightly better In some ways
Commission will meet at the and Anna Maria. than the water from the older
Community House Monday evening "This brings immediate relief wells.
with Vice Mayor HarveyG. from the severe water "We still urge residents to
Meyer to serve as chairman shortage" says Mayor ElmerG. be careful--to use water spar-
during the enforced absence of Twist of Holmes Beach ingly on lawns gardens and In
Mayor James O. Ferguson "but we are continuing our other activities which consume
due to illness. efforts to find new wells so large quantities of water untilwe
Earlier this week. Meyer the supply will keep pace with can assure them of an unlimited -
asked The ISLANDER to call our fast-growing population. supply. '
the attention of city residentsand "The water from the new "Plenty of water and someto
property owners to the well has been tested by the spare. Is the ideal condition
city's new policy on mowing County Health authorities for toward which we are working -
vacant lots. Starting last fall salt other mineral content and constantly."
the city instituted a policy of
mowing all vacant lots In the Some of the many hundreds of per sons who visited Key Royaleover
fall with the understanding the the weekend to Inspect the new World's Fair House. At HOW THE ISLAND VOTEDFOR
lots would be mowed in the center of picture passing out descriptive literature is Mrs.
spring by their owners. He Kathryn Lemon of Holmes Beach. GOVERNOR:
AM BB HO TOTAL
wants to point out that springnow
is nearly over, and asks --rr .:.u -.. , Haydon BURNS 79 110 94 283
\.. ., Robert HIGH 55 81 126 262
that attention be given the lots. ' .)<. i. !' )lf"" King .
An ordinance setting specifications -
on seawalls will be COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Dlat. 3))
read and discussed at the
meeting. Also to be consideredwill jwA'I Malcolm R. DUGGAN 51 56 103 210
be a resolution that the Nathan J. (Nate) TAYLOR 58 65 69 192
1, APPUANCE
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city fill some of the present
mosquito ditches. Actual work I CONSTABLE (Dlst. 6))
will be done by the county f. I
with the county mosquito con- . Dick CUMMINGS 42 67 95 2O4
trol district to furnish the fill. _...,. -- II W. D. (Bill) FORT 52 46 52 15O
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The city will reimburse the
county for the use of trucks World's Fair House Opening Success t.
and other equip- TWeet
necessary
ment.A -...- Sunday's opening of the Formica Coast cities were seen
public hearing on a requestfor New building at corner of Marina Drive and 56th Street. World s Fair House at In the Fair House parking lot*
rezoning will take place at Holmes Beach soon to be occupied by the Engel Furniture & Key Royale was called "a as well as from more than a I

' the meeting of the Holmes Appliance_ ., (ISLANDER PHOTO)_ complete success" by Howard dozen other states.
., -.. 'Beach"DoardAlderrnen'to' Adams sales 'managerfor" Laurence and Ruth Richmondof j
be .held at the city office on Key Royalo Homes Inc. Adams the Richmond Construction
Tuesday evening. The requestwas said that although I he had heard Corp.. builder of the World" _
made by Key Royale Inc. higher estimates, he believed Fair louse,arranged a private
to rezone to an appropriate "about 2,000 persons" viewed showing of the home Saturday'
district the 25-acre area near a the house Sunday after noon. At afternoon for city and county
thenorthwest corner of Key aW times there were several doz- officials of Manatee and Sara-
Royale for a proposed golf #, a? d ,++n 1Aw. en lined up waiting to see the sota Counties, Realtors,press
course. 1 Interior of the house. representatives and suppliers)
Mayor Elmer G. Twist will \1 .. Cars from several Florida of materials or labor.
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report to the meeting the .: "' IL
situation regarding the water !">- .. :;J Island Students Honored 'Emmy' Winner
JIIif.
supply of the Island Water Co. : A number of Island students
It is expected that a petitionto at Manatee High School were ,
pave White Avenue and Aqua ; i : honored at last week's awards
Lane also will be discussed.One assembly. Among them were
of the principal items on Spanish excellence awards to
the agenda for the meeting of Nancy Bird and Joan Gunther
the Oradenton Beach City John R. Holmes who had the
Council to be held at the fire 1. ,,0 W highest score at the school
station Thursday evening will f on the National Mathematics
be the appointment of a coun- Test Chris Hoffman was one
cilman from the city's third of two winners of the United
ward. The new councilmanwill New anti-erosion pier at Manatee County Beach passed the Nations examination; Mary
be appointed to take the 4OO-foot mark last week as the structure neared completionof Kaekel was awarded a speech
place of Councilman James Its 460-foot length. A definite build-up of sand Is apparentat key; Kathy Lease was awardeda t
Lindsay who resigned last the shoreward end of the pier. (ISLANDER PHOTO) drama service key.
week to become the clt *..fifth Phi Beta Kappa awards of
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chief of pollce-I- less than a % merit for seniors with 3.75 or

year. i better averages went to Joan
According to the city charter, Gun(her. Mary Kaekel and Gil- Miss Mary Tyler Moore a
an appointee to the council can da Murduck. along with keys niece of Mrs. Harry Varley ,
serve only until the next regu- and dictionaries from the lira of Holmes Reach this) week
lar city election held the first denton Klwanls Club. was awarded an "Emmy," In
Tuesday In December. d' , Joan Guniher was awarded a recognition of her work on the
Council alao will validate the second bar to her White "M" Dick Van OkeShow. VanDyke
actions on the police department ;._, for outstanding scholarship and Miss Moore were named]
which it took at Last and Lynn Prltchard receivedher the "best actor snd'actress in
week's emergency meeting. first bar. a series. Miss Moore also
Also on the agenda for next Sherry Trlpp was awarded a was a guest last fall on the
week's meeting will be a sec pin for five years of perfect Emmy winning Danny Kaye
ond reading of a new ordinance attendance Show.
which will change the Sunday
opening hours of local taverns
from 11 to 8 a.m. AMA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
A second reading of another
new ordinance also will cake T.....4"""... ..... ........
place. That ordinance will Li T tam N... 8pm Ms*"
provide that once trailer La Y 4L .
from .. May 19et Wa sg 99 HO HoooHMMT
moved
a nonconlormtnalocatJon : ", ; ,
May ZO--'* M HI M BO
In the city. It cannot be replaced by another trailer ... .,_ r.1:1 cL May, 21..74 5S t6t t7 80 NaasM47227
and the zoning designation of Annual hoc dog roast for the youngsters of the Island $ as a.< fo 79 Nose.
the location will revert to its May 23--7s M 09 79 .1Yongo
sponsored by the island merchants was the popular event" last
previous designation. Eventually Saturday, aa more than l.OOO hoc dogs were served co hugry May, 2-t-.10 90 M 9t 79 Noes
all trailers will be young consumers. Snooks Adams and Ear! Drew beaded the May U--1If .99 74 .119 BO )IGtM
limited for locations to the committee which arranged the roast and former Sheriff Roy .
city's two trailer parks. Baden cooked the hot dogs. ISLANDER PIIOTO) I

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THE ISLANDER Thursday May 28, 1964
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_I .- Islander Editorials gense QK? . .


by THE EDITORIn


Plenty Of ReasonsEach the three weeks betweenthe

first and second primariesthere

passing week brings i police traffic supervision in have been several accounts iJ iJY

forth some new reasons in i Bradenton Beach, and pointing in the area press about
support of the idea of the;: out the excessive speed on "illiterate voters" and how

consolidation of the three j Gulf Drive by many motorists. they should or should not be ltl
Island police departments.Last None of these officials are handled at the polls. Only a y

week, some change in i making these announcements few days ago--Just before the
the organization of the Braden- merely to hear themselves second primary--it reportedlywas

w ton Beach Police Department: talk, but rather, all must feel the subject of discussionat
became apparent when the city that some more effective law a semi-public meeting. It >
council called an emergency enforcement is in order. always has been our under-
meeting. At that meeting the Chief George Jordan of Anna standing that the two words
council fired the fourth police Maria, for the past two weeks "illiterate voters" were not '

chief it had had within less has reported some disturbingcases meant to be used togetherin --

than a year. Then in an of out and out vandalism other words,that voters are

unprecedented move, council to cars parked near the City supposed to be literate before
appointed its fifth police chiefIn Pier at night. Sometime over being made voters, and In

the past year--from its own the past weekend, one or more some states a would-be voteris '
ranks! persons broke into the City required to read a sectionof :

At last month's meeting of Pier by forcing entry througha the United States Constitution -
the Holmes Beach Board of window, and removed the to prove the point. How

Aldermen Mayor Elmer G. money from two coin machines can voters anywhere vote
Twist announced a police and pried a coin-op- legally if they cannot read the i

crackdown in that city on traffic erated telephone off the wall. ballot? __
law violators. Although Chief Jordan attributes -

Since that time Vice Mayor the present minor Following is an excerpt from ,, ,
Harvey Meyer of Anna Maria league crime wave to takingthe Parade Magazine, offered as r
City announced a similar stif- tolls off the Island bridges, food for thought for readers:

fening of law enforcement in that is not the entire answer.A Juvenile delinquency, on
that city, and In addition to study of Island police records the Increase pretty nearly '

the traffic law violations,said for the past several everywhere in America, is j i
that violators of the city's years will show a gradually declining in Montana. Why? I

"noise ordinance" would also increasing incidence of petty Montana scrapped its juvenile ISLAND SCENE by Carla Romeike

be given police attention. crime, with or without bridge courts two years ago.
Late last week new Chief tolls. No hoodlum worthy of Insisted upon dealing with High Twelve Club Gloria Dei SupperA

Jim Lindsay of Bradenton the name is going to let a 30- all offenders, regardless of Speaker at the regular lun- special tribute to the five

Beach asked The ISLANDERto cent toll keep him away from age in open court. Their cheon meeting of the Island high school seniors who are

announce the tightening of something he wants to dotLETTERS names, addresses crimes High Twelve Club to be heldat members of Gloria Del

parents are all completely noon Thursday May 28, at Lutheran Church will be expressed -
reported in the newspapers.The the Holmes Beach Yacht Club at a gathering at the
publicity has proven a is to be Deputy Mike Prleto church Sunday evening. May
Bradenton Beach mayor and council.I genuine deterrent to crime. Identification officer of the 31. The five seniors are: Jeffrey -
May 26, 1964 think anyone can understandMr. Juvenile felony cases in Manatee County Sheriff's De- Hottman. James Frazee.
Dear Editor: Mullls' feelings by realizing Montana are down 49%
partment. Prieto will tell of Christine Torgeson. William
I am writing this letter In how he would feel if he traffic cases 75: %. Judge some of the operations of thesberttr Thibodeau and James Kark-
hope of getting some answersto went to his job and found he Lester Loble. who Intro-
s office.At hoff who will be honored at
the mystery concerning the had been replaced while takinga duced the "treatment lllceadults"
the meeting of the club the monthly fellowship
supper.
last week of Mr. Mullls off.
firing regular day practice, says: last week members chose At the same time the public
_ as Bradenton Beach police I feel it's time our mayor "The Is effective
system James Ward and Lou Mack as school teachers who belong to
chief and rm certain and council realized j
many they are because we lecture offend-
official delegates to the annual the congregation also will be
residents of our in office further their
city not to
agree ers and their In
parents convention of High Twelve feted. They are: Mr. andM.r
with me.There own personal desires, but to: :open court so that their International to be held in Herald H. Higgins; and Robert
are many rumors of run the city for the benefit of cases can be fully reported.It Indianapolis June 28 through Black.As .

S collusion and chicanery in this Its residents. By last week's passes responsibility on July 1. The club also voted to a special feature ofevening's the
situation. It would benefit the action the city has lost the
to the parents. They can no pay the camp expenses of a program. Mrs.Hig-
mayor and his councilmen as dignity and respect of Its longer hide behind the anon- young man to attend the lead- gins will tell the group about
much as anyone. If the truth Is residents and its neighbors. ymous charges which usedto ership camp of the Order of her work with the "Word In

made known. U the city officials have no go on the record in the DeMolay to be held at Estes Color" method of teaching
From our knowledge, Mr. more for their offices "
respect Juvenile
court. National Park, Colorado in reading to her second grade
Mullis was not aware of his than they have shown, it la August.It class at the Island School.
dismissal until someone men- time to make them realize how
The Florida Police Chiefs is expected that the selec- Mrs. Higgins recently haa,
tioned it to him having read they look to the rest of
us. Association has some worthwhile tion will be made from the received national recognition
about it in the paper. The I am not the champion of
any suggestions for the home members of the Manatee for her pioneer work with the
meeting was held and the one individual but I do not
owner who is planning to be teaching method.A .
effective
of of new
decision to fire him was madeon condone the methods those County Chapter DeMolay,
vacationing away from home which Fred Nabergall of Bra- few weeks ago she attendeda
MullU' day off, and withouta officials have used to attain
during the months where
summer
: denton is the advisor.Confirmation workshop in Chicago,
personal notice of the meet- their end.
Use good locks. Don't relyon the experience of a few teachers
ing. He was neither allowed a Some questions which needto cheap door locks topro- ServiceThe with the new method of
chance to find out the be
charges answered: What are Mr. tect home and
and
your discussed
defend Rt. Rev. James L. Dun- teaching was
nor to himself nor Lindsay's qualifications which
valuables. Pin tumbler cylinder week she went
can DD evaluated. This
even, if no agreement could be are superior to those of Mr. locks Suffragan Bishop of
or locks with a attend a con-
the Diocese of South to
reached to resign. lie was not Mullla Why do unqualified dead-bolt Florida to Washington
mechanism
are will administer the ference the same subject.
Sacramentof on
given even two days notice, men receive higher salaries most effective. Is invited -
much leas the usual two weeksor than our previous well-quali Have Confirmation to eight can- Everyone interested
one or two lamps whether or
a month. fled police chiefs received? didates at the Church of The to the supper
burning during the church.
evening Annunciation at a special ser- not a member of the
Mr. Mullls bought a home Some clarification Is needed hours. This be asked
here in Bradenton Beach and as to which councilmen voted done can easily vice at 9:15 a.m.,Sunday,May Each person or couple is
by using an automatic and an|
him family lives here. and if the new chief of police timer 31. The usual 10:30 a.m. ser- to take table service
The way the whole situation voted to fire the previous one. on lamps or making vice will not be held Sunday.At item of food for the supper.
arrangements with a
neigh- the special service the
has been handled is despicableand '
bor
cowardly on the part of the Richard Fritz each to turn them on and off choir will sing the words. to "Firmly I Believe and Truly
evening. Lights burn- two well known hymns: .0, to contemporary 20th Century
ing all night or day and Jesus I have Promised" and tunes by Jeffrey Beaumont
night, fool no one. .
Be sure to discontinue
The IslanderAn
deliveries during your ab-

sence. A call to the dairy Independent weekly published every Thursdoy
ia safer than a note left for
the milkman. The post office by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

will hold your mail, 314 Pin Avenue Anna Maria Island. Florida.
too. Have your newspaper
forwarded to your vacation EDITOR -.__.__. STEVE KIMBALL

pot. ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL

Tell one neighbor you are ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida.
leaving ask him If he'll TELEPHONES 778-2021.
4 look after things for you In

your absence--sweeping SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.50
up, getting the lawn cut, per year; $2 for six months. Canada. -.
c picking up throwaway circulars $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a s
etc. $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ..r sr
Use safety latches on all percent for aix consecutive insertions w.

window*. They'll allow the if paid by tenth of following month. tiM

window to be opened far National or agency placed advertising. ". __

enough for proper ventilation $1.26 per column inch.CLOSING IM". .
but not enough for ....- --s
someone to enter. TIME NOON. TUESDAY.
Notify the police
department
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when Entered as Second Class matter under
you're leaving
,
where the Act of March 3, 1879.
you can be reached
In an emergency and when
g
you expect to return. MANATEE COUNTY ONLY HOME OVMCDPasze MEWSPAft.L



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THE SLADER:
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Thursday May 28.: 1964 II
I 8 am to 8 pal W..koayi
Volunteers Needed Roy Taylor
Island Garden Club iuiiitr 8 am to 2 1M" Sundays
i Anyone interested in Word was received recently .
I' The final regular meet- becoming a volunteer assistant of the deaths of Mr.
ing of the season of the in the summer and Mrs. Roy E.Taylor of

Island Garden Club was program at the Island Normal Ill., who were lllfBB'S
.\ held at the Island School Youth Center is asked to winter visitors to the Island -

'.. recently contact Herbert Teel. the for many years.Mrs.
k As the last meeting ofFS recreational director at Taylor died on April -I,
the season a picnic at the the center at 778-1908 and Mr. Taylor died at St. Island Pharmacy

Anna Maria Day Front or Ernie Cagnina at the Mary's Hospital. Decatur. 59O4 Marina Drive
Park will take place on Anna Maria IGA. 778- Ill., early in May.
,;: Friday. June 12. In case : 1925. Born at Normal,on Feb. 778-1411..Nit 778.2075
of rainy weather the picnic i.i At last week's meetingof 3. 1884. he was a graduateof J. O. wEa. ,,-...-. ..
will be held at the the center's board of the University of illinois -

r Annie Silver CommunityHall directors Teel reportedhe where he was a
on 23rd Street. Bra- is having trouble organizing charter member of Alpha

denton Beach. thc.program due Gamma Rho Fraternity . .
New officers will be elected ? to the lack of volunteers. and of the Aztec Society I
at the picnic. At the lie said that some young which was granted a char
May meeting. Hollie Ellis people who might ordin- ter for Pst Upsilon fra-

completed two years as arily be available are ternity.
president. He thanked all ;..: :.. ....... attending Manatee Junior lie farmed near Normalfor FREE DELIVERY
officers and committeesfor ;; College on the trimester a number of years
their efforts and spokeof _. "' .- ---- .;, system, and thus are not and later operated grain REGISTERED
excellent attendanceat ...: -- Hudson. 111.
the elevator at
available during the sum-
Erik Anderson (center), president of the Island PHARMACISTSON
all meetings. He had for 20 years. He was
special thanks for the Kiwanis Club presenting scholarships to Manatee mer.The volunteers are need- chairman of the McLean DUTY .
who seniorsat
Beach Board of Junior College to two Island students are Selective Service
Holmes Christine ed to teach or assist with County
Aldermen for mowing the Manatee High School. Students are of the Board during World War AT ALL TIMESc'Qo' \
of Anna Maria (right), and John H art e r any part program.
the Anna Maria Torgeson he
to II. For years
approach Hours at the center now many
of Bradenton (left). (Photo.. _by Ed Bauman)
Beach
Bridge. A report by are 3 to 5:30 p.m. daily, was a member and presi-
the treasurer showed a S dent of the boards of the $ wu otva
Island Visitor Named To Hall Of Fame and 9 a.m. to p.m. on
total of $576 on hand. Saturdays. After school is Normal Community Elementary "
annual -
its
at
George Cotellis of Rea- Former Olympic speedskater Unites btates. at Lak out. the center will be and High School
meeting
soner and Anson made Kit Klein,now Mrs. longer hours.3OOOmeter Districts. He was a past ,,
Y. Lamar Ott- open
N.
eight floral arrangementsat Tom Outland of Harris- Placid. president of the Lions, .. ..[u. OIEIPNN
TAM I'M
of the ASi. .
chairman
the meeting all of burg. Pa. and Seaside sen, that the choic events in the and of the College Alumni
announced
which were given as door Gardens, has been namedto 1936 Olympics. From Club and belonged to several -
unanimous by the 16- MYADEC
skating's Hall of Fame. was 30
-
Masonic organizations.
prizes. board. 1933 to 1936. Mrs. Out-
first member
the
Mrs. Outland,
the Hall of Fam land won both the Nationaland HIGH POTENCY
Island School PTA be awarded the Since
woman to North American indoor Surviving arc three sons VITAMIN' CAPSULES
Officers of the Island honor was selected by the was founded at Newburg and outdoor titles. In Howard G. Taylor of Ox-
of the Ama- N. Y. two years ago.Mr. REG O 1A
for the next national board K. Tay- Sp. W"
School PTA Union of the Outland is one of only five 3S and 36, she capturedthe nard. Calif., Roy $2.85
year were installed by teur Skating former skaters chosen to world championships lor Jr. of Cedar Rapids,

Mrs. Frederick Woods of the be honored there.A the first year at Oslo, Iowa, and George E.Tay- -,; I '.
president of the Manatee bridge chairman native of Buffalo Mrs. and the following year at lor of Decatur;a daughter
County Par e n Teacher ways and means committee nominated to Stockholm. In both meets Mrs. Dorothy nar tow of 24 SWEETAREG.
Outland was
$350 cc
Council at a meeting at presented a Hall of Fame by the she won the 500 and 3000 Matick ta8".; 11 grandchildren -
the
the school last week. The check to Principal be used Sam for New York State Skating meter races finishing and two great 69< Sp. 57C
new officers arc: Mrs. Schlek to second in both the 1000 grandchildren. Funeral I
.
Glen Turvaville. presi- audio-visual aid, and toward Association.In the 1932 Olympics and 5000 meter events to services were held at the 500Norwich

dent; Mrs. Richard Poe, the purchase of two she finished first in th1500meter capture the overall point Kirat United Presbyterian
vice president; Mrs. new television sets. championship. Church In Normal. Aspirin
Cobb recording Schick introduced J. J. race secon< (
George Rousseau, Walker Junior in the lOOO-meter. and
Mrs. William aete:
secretary; principal who spokeon third in the 5OOO-muter. FOODLINERQuality
High
corresponding
Wright, f''k:
the 1000 and
She won
elementary
the transition from -
secretary, and the Rev.
RstIll
( )
Gerald K. Lowe treasurer. school to junior ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC & Variety
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4. TilE ISLANDER Thursday May 28. 196q
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT S. FEELEY of
All About People... Royale have returned to their summer place Pine Key
View Farm in Carmel. N. Y. According I
Col. and Mrs. JosephE. to Mr
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: their summer will be
..Lt. Col. and Mrs. Feeley. highlighted by
McGill of Fremont Texas. ti<
when the
anS
family reunion Feeleys five children
and Michael of
S. K. McMurdo and sons Joseph
18 grandchildren will visit them.
Fort Bennlng Ga...Mr. and Mrs. E. Hall of Hempstead -
MAYOR JAMES O. FERGUSON who
L. I., N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fischer of is a patient
at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital in St. Petersburg
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Swan of Sarasota... ,
has asked The Islander to his
express
Mr. and Mrs. F. Outlaw of Bradenton.THE gratitude to
ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. his friends and neighbors for their many cards and
wishes his illness.
and Mrs. C. R. Ferguson Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. good during
Forrest W. Huff of Cincinnati.. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. w FORMER MAYOR AND MRS. D. HENRY CLAY of
Garner of College Park Ga. ..Mr. and Mrs. A. rya "i a f Nt 5 Anna Maria received word early Saturday morning
Falcon of St. Petersburg. ..Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 1 of the death in an automobile accident of their son-
Shepard of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. in-law. Charles Kiger of Grand Haven. Michigan"
Chambliss of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mrs. Ron r Klger. who has visited the Island several times,
Prezesmik of Grand Haven Mich. on their honey- was an executive at the recently-completed multi-
moon..Mr. and Mrs. David Gllllard of Zolfo million dollar Campbell Plant of the Consumers'
Springs...Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harris of Kansas Power Co. in Grand Haven. With three other men
City Mo.TRIPP'S. he was on a fishing trip to Michigan's Upper Peninsula -
COURT: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Duke of MR. AND MRS. LEON A. SWOPE (left), who were when the fatal accident occurred. He was 38
Haines City.. Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and familyof married Sunday afternoon at the Trinity Methodist and is survived by his wife and two children. Mr.!
Lakeland. Church. Dradenton. by the Rev. W. Harold Miller. and Mrs. Clay left for Grand Haven early Saturday
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollardof Mr. and Mrs. John Beckett (right) of Holmes Beach morning within a short time after receiving news
Apollo Beach...Mr. and Mrs.B.A.Hurt and family were attendants of the bride and groom. Mr. and of the accident. They plan to stay in Grand Haven
of Miami. .Mr. and Mrs. James Eastine and Mrs. Swope. the former Betty Ott of Anna Maria for a few weeks and then to spend the balance of the
family of Fort Meade...Mr.and Mrs. Fred Patenodeand will occupy their new home at Key Royale. (Islander summer in Battle Creek.
family of Tampa...Dan McGee of Miami.. Photo) MR. AND MRS. A. E. JONES of North Shore Drive.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moye and family and Mr. and Anna Maria are visiting their son-in-law and
Mrs. J. E. Joiner and family of Tampa... Frank Mrs. William A. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Ed daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Robinson and family,
Miller of Bowling Green...Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seuager of Youngstown. Ohio. in Paradise Valley near Phoenix. Ariz.
Ponder of Fort Meade... LeRoy Taylor of Fort SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Decker of CAROLYN AKJNS. VIRGINIA V. 'DUNHAM AND
-_ Meade. Fort Lauderdale. ..Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stewart of GERALDINE LOWE of Holmes Beach and JAMESM.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DennIson Lakewood. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faragherare FEAGLES of Anna Maria were on the Dean's
of San Mateo Calif...Mr. and Mrs. Amos E. Val- leaving this week to spend the summer with List for the spring trimester at Manatee Junior
entine of Lakeland. their son-in-law and daughter.Mr.and Mrs. Robert College. Miss Aklns maintained a straight "A"
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Randall of Thorman of Lakewood Ohio. average and the others a "B plus" or better aver-
Dover. CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Montgomery Robert L. Robinson of Snover Mich.S. age.MR.. AND MRS. WILLIAM BLEECKER of White
of Fort Lauderdale. .Mr. and Mrs. B.H.Pollett S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William Avenue left Sunday for their summer home in
of Covington Ky..Mrs. Robert Gallmeyer of Hoag- Shea and daughter of Tampa. Sherburne. N. Y., where they will spend the sum-
land Ind., and her children Pamela Michael BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. mer.A .
Patricia and Carol are expected to arrive this week Paul A. Ryan and sons Michael and Warren of number of residents of Key Royale have Joinedan
to spend six weeks with Mrs. Gallmeyer's parents Washington. D. C... Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Leonard of informally-organized cyclists club called the
Mr. and Mrs. LaMoine Baker. Mr. Gallmeyer will Madison. Wis.CHARLIN "Royal Riders." Among the club's members are
join his family July 1, and stay two weeks. VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. R. Hopper and Nick and Bess Mameo; Frank and Eleanor Schroe-
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh family of Tampa. der; Edith Schaldenbrand; Jo LoCicero; Bert Keith;
Evans and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hawkins of Mulberry PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haag Cotton and Reba Brewer; Howard and Nell Adams;
...Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Estes of Lakeland...Mr. and family of Louisville Ky. Wally and Charlotte Gray; Bob and Marie Feeley; I
and Mrs. Robert N. Cottrell of Leesburg Fla. .. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ann and John Donnelly; Margaret Kemp and Stella
,Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Barwick of Fort Meade... Penora of Tampa.. .Mrs. Marge Kok and son of Helmbold. who lives at Key Royale Terrace. Feeley
Mr. and Mrs. George Doll of Orlando...Mr. and Winter Haven. has designed an appropriate emblem for the group.

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Thursday. May 28. 1964 TilE ISLANDER

the turtle are ended when :

I LET'S GO FISHINGBy .... -. [_: she lays the eggs in the Lt t
sand and them.
Jim Gerling ,f. covers
i They are hatched by the
SEA TURTLES f heat of the sun on the
Years ago a popular sand very much the same
: sport along the shore was 2'tm'" way eggs are hatched in
"turtle turning." About 1 an Incubator. Experts donor
the first of May each year agree on the lengthof
the sea turtles would come AS time it takes the eggsto
ashore after dark. They hatch and some even
would dig a hole in the suggest that the degree of
sand lay their eggs heat they are subjected to
cover them with sand and has some bearing on the
then crawl back to the . length of time.
-
water. ; "The full of the moon"
Men, women and chil- :no.... -:-- theory seems to be exploded -
dren could be seen on the inasmuch as Mr.
j
beaches searching for Nurse Shark 8-1/2 feet long and weighing 31O pounds, and Mrs. Lee Waite of !
the tracks of the huge caught at Perico Island by a quartet of Island boys North Shore Drive dis-
turtles or for the turtles ,;; ,; (left to right in indistinct picture) Larry Rook covered turtle tracks on
themselves.When .. : Ken and Tom Lease and Jack Holmes. Accordingto the beach Just a week
a turtle was spotted Rube Allyn's Dictionary of Fishes "the Nurse before this month's full
a person or persons Shark is harmless to man and quite inoffensive.Can moon.
would run up to it, and Part of a batch of baby Loggerhead Turtles in picture be caught with bare hands in the water. They .
using a two-by-four or taken near the Bay front home of Ted Tripp of North will bite If annoyed but the teeth are small and the LOCAL FISHING
some other lever would Shore Drive Anna Maria in September 1962. wound is slight." The fishing in recent
flip it over on its back-- (ISLANDER PHOTO) weeks has been just plain
thus rendering It entirely reaches maturity. Ene- single grasp. Turned on GREATI Mackerel can be
helpless. A sea turtle in the baby turtles compareIn the beach and the returnto mies are many, in the Its back the giant Is help- caught around the piers
the water is as gracefulas diameter with a half- the water are usuallyso shape of large fish and less. If not hindered it using small spoons dudes
anything that swims dollar. According to a erratic that it is Impossible sea birds. makes for the sea. caus- and live shiners. Large
but on land is a lumbering learned work on the sub- to discover by "To discover one of ing a great commotion in King Mackerel are still
brute hardly able to man- ject: "In May and June the tracks the exact spot these sea monsters on the reaching the water as It In the Pass along with
euver at all under the numbers of Loggerheadslay where the eggs have been beach is to experience a flounders for sufficient schools of Tarpon.School
best of conditions. their eggs along the deposited. Persons who certain feeling of awe. depth where it may find Kings also are still being
And after they were on Florida coast. An enor- make it a business to hunt The great floundering purchase for the paddle- caught and plenty of Trout
their backs the turtles mous number of eggs is for the eggs carry a sharp brute in the fulfillmentof like limbs." and Flounder. Some good
could be easily slaughtered deposited varying from stick which they run into parental duties is One thing the book does Snook have been seen but
for food. As the years SO to l.OOO. according to the sand at Intervals along practically at man's mercy not explain is that the very few of them have been
passed beach residents the size and age of the the reptile's track thus yet clumsily alert. It duties of motherhood of caught.
began to realize there female. The turtles gen- sounding for the eggs. If sullenly exhales the
were fewer turtles laying erally leave the water at unmolested the eggs breath with a deep roar-
ATTENTION H I VOTERS!!!
eggs. After years of re- night (and according to hatch in about two months ing sound. while the -
search. It was found that some experts only duringthe time. The little turtles bleary seallike eyes starein
the turtle population was full of the moon) laboring seek shallow inlets until a seemingly vacant ALL VOTERS IN TilE CITY OF HOLMES
being decimated and laws over the sand to a they have acquired suffi- fashion. If a big conch BEACH will be required to re-rcglatcr at
1 were passed to protect point above the tide line. cient strength to lead a shell is shoved within the Holmes Beach City Office in order to vote
I them and their eggs. Here a hollow is scooped strictly marine life. A reach of the Jaws. It Is in local (city) election Qualified voters may
Now if anyone is caught with the front flippers small portion of the brood seized and crushed in a register between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m..Mondays
molesting sea turtles or then the animal grovelsin through Fridays.
their eggs the molestersface the sand shoving it out ietUt & ieeet fee The object of the re-rcglntrailon Im to
almost certain pun- of the burrow behind her purge the registration Hat of names of voters
ishment in the form of with the rear paddles. The ON THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END OF THE ISLAND. who no longer are qualified to vote In city
NEXT TO HOO HCCL MOTEL
heavy fines. eggs are soon laid and elections.
Eggs of the sea turtle are well coveted when the NEW MAMACOICNTt TOANK ft NCUU CAVCMDISM Pauline II. Archer City Clerk
SNACK BAR. DEC ft SOrT DRINKS-Op*. Dlly S .. <. 10.0" .
about the size of golf female starts again for City of Holmes Beach
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. May 28, 1964


CHURCHESST. Cortez: A View Roser Church News Sam Schiek Elected \
"
Kope
The annual vacation Principal Sam Schiek of ,
BERNARD MISSION Faced toward the south :-'') "" .
church school at Roser the Island School recentlywas ,.
(CATHOLIC) Toward the flat-swept sea Memorial Community elected president of ]. '...J,. .
R*.. Francis F. Wlsmill The old fish docks standIn Church will be in session the Manatee County Coun-

MASS: lazy silence glazed June 8 through 12, with cil of School Administrators &-

SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am Gray by the white sun morning hours from 9 to succeeding Whitman

WEEKDAYS: 8 am And rain: weather-torn 11:30; and June through Gall Palma Sola School ;

HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm Shanties on piling 19, with afternoon hours principal.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Jutting into shadow from 1 to 3:30. All chil- Refunds _
Cigarette Tax hrw hr
dren from 4
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm Green water. Mullet age through
Boats rest in the breeze.On sixth grade level are Invited Refunds to the Island -Thi
Harvey Memorial Cnurch to attend. cities for cigarette taxes

(Non-Denomlnatlonol i l l) the docks the men Theme to be studied this collected during March +
Bradsnton Beach Work year is to be "Jesus." were: Anna Maria City
quietly, mending tHome
R... A. W. Simms There also will be crafts $746; Bradenton Beach
Nets, talking in voicesAs
SUNDAY; soft recreation worship and $1,694; Holmes Beach
as Spanish moss,
9:30: am Sunday School wait and watch the refreshments. $1,732 and Longboat Key 1103 Gulf Drive
They sea. Teachers and staff mem- 1443. at North Bradenton Beach
Here time moves onward bers this are to be recently purchased by Mrs. Ethel Mae Lamberth of
year :
Christian Science S.rvlc. With the flow of the tide Mrs. Jerry Feagles nur- A. M. Trash Pick UpA Cincinnati from Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Mattson of
A. M. Community House
With the docking of boats. sery; Mrs. Richard Poe. trash pick-up in Anna Walnut 111. and Bradenton Beach. Mrs. Lamberth :

SUNDAY: But nothing changes in Miss Linda Norwood and Maria City will start Monday plans to make the property her future home. Jack J

9:00 .1.m. CHRISTIAN This world unto itself. Mrs. H. C. Dud Green June 1. One cubic Marshall Realtor of Anna Maria handled the sale.

SCIENCE SERVICE. --Steve deWolfUNCLASSIFIED kindergarten; Mrs. Rich- yard of compressed trash (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Gloria 0.1 l Evangelical ard Stewart primary; will be picked up free at

Lutheran Church Mrs. F. C. C. Paetzel and each home and any trashin
n.". L..r M. Ut... Pastor
Mrs. Ralph Schambers excess of one yard must
advance required
.
SUNDAY: payment lower juniors; Mrs. Miriam be paid for bp the house-
9:15 am Church School 8 line-$1 DO-SO* minimum Murphy and Mrs. holder. The pick-up will

10:30 am Morning Worship LoSTi Blue Faxak*a-Repeats his Russell Guild juniors; start at the south end of 5 r E

(Memorial Day Observance) Holme.nam.t "Bobby nsrh Scon.Te l. "8-1 307'-37Ui St.. Mrs. Wallace Warner the city and the truck will

11:30 am Choir Rehearsal PUH Rt.N wo ,09t'wu' BAth music; Mrs. Sam Adams cover each street only

1 5:30 pm Fellowship Supper House Putnam--Month'226-85cb or Season.Street Lyman Holm.S. and Mrs. George Wagner once. Householders are

(Honoring teachers and high neaeh.: or C.ll 77i.a7M.! refreshments; Miss Paul- reminded that trash must

school graduates or 1964) In FOR Holmes HENTi Beach.Two-lWdroom Pull Garage Cottage;; wlda ette Webb Miss Jean Witt be piled at the edge of the ..

shop: telephone radiant .beat and air Miss Daphne DeVane and street where it will be .
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH conditioning. Close to private beach. Miss Mary Lynn Sternerto readily accessible to be
H... L.. H.IUII.. Pastor J'P'' to N 4vym xr. 1 ,
UK SALE. 14-1t.PWR ?:.8-*-C assist in various areas. loaded. No tree limbs can
FRIDAY: with trailer.Flberilaae over plywood. Including recreation. be more than six feet long .... f
Good Condltlon--ONLY ,.. .
$150. Call .
7:30 pm Deacons' Meeting. W. p.JCPKMOpe' ft 779-1917. e nor more than six inchesin .- - -

SUNDAY: 72nd LOTS Sr.-$4.000I FOR SALE Basin.! say; ;;Lots Sunday May 31, will be diameter.

8:45 am Sunday School. priced for quick ..1., Gulf PrOM senior recognition day at
10:00 am Worship Service. lIO.OOOj 77th St. Canal. S4.OOO; 79th Roser Memorial Community ored are Kathy Boozer
St. Canal $J.3OOj: 73rd St.. SJ.OOO.
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. JN. B. PKOTtlBKO. R Real Estate Church. The high Marilyn Rankin, Pete
G30 pm Worship Service. :-. 116-aisi St. 77 -3554. school seniors will be Callahan Chris Hoffman .
FOR SALGi New Home on 2O2 FU Seafarer Model Home at 603 Baronet Lane Key
MONDAY: Seawalled Canal Prone.... 3 Large recognized at the morning Fred Holley James Witt i Royale which has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs.
WMU Ex. Board. Bedroomsi 2 Oaths Florida service at 9 and
9:00 am Lang. worship a.m., Gary Wagner James
1 M. Alton Norman formerly of Caldwell N. J. who
Room and 2-Car Gar.. Tile Roof ,
and each senior will be Schambers. Sermon
10:00 am WMU Gen. Meet. IneiUated Intercom system ft central topic ,will occupy their new home on Sept. 1. Broker in the
TUESDAY: beat k air conditioning. Only $'.:M)() presented a gift from the will be "The Courageous
1 transaction: was Key Royale Homes Inc.
P y m. Call 77 -ai77._ "
church. Seniors
be hon-
Church to Prophet.
Choir.
7:00 UMTS HAIR
pin CU;; I rING J .ppoinc- 1 1I
WEDNESDAY Tient--NO WAITING. Pierre's Studio.
:
ISOO Gulf Drive, llolmee Beach. For OO YOU have a friend
C15 pm Recreation Hour. *pyoli trnent. Call 775.2043.- or relative who is away Special for our FRIGIDAIRE Sales Drive! I
rU 5AL.E--OULf f HOT4 T--5 Los
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting.RA. or ONLY 910.000. Writ. P.O.Box 7. hut who likes to keep up


Ro.GA...r Sunbeams.M....'.lel ChurchN.n.O.n..rl..tl..l Qfsdenton TENANCKl YEAR AROUND Heach.MOWING' _TRIMMING CAIN with what on the Is happeninghere Island? A i FRIGIDAIRE I I ICE

( ) tSIIBO.BOCINC.WINDOWS FLOORS WASIIED&OILED.CLEANED POL- daughter or son in the '

"... m.Hor4 K. Wtostno PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE,plus service or away at : 'i
P...., REASONABLE RATES-References. school or college?
KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 77S-M94
THURSDAY: after 4s JO P.M. 21 0- VtlSkl: H.D What better or nicer EJECTOR I e SERVERif

t 7:00 pm Junior Choir. FOR SALE Lot on DY Haverkos OWNBRi Ct{DeautluTBuilding (across way to show you are

7:30 pm Senior Choir. I road rrom Slat St.) WUI sacrifice for thinking of them--than
quick Sal. at I.SOO. Ring of 22 palms send them
Senior : to a year'ssubscription
Recognition Sunday: on back of lot.Writes John....Bagwell.
9:00 am Worship Service. J It.r: 1 0. *I3J ?>Ch**- alums! to the
D ER PIIOTOSiAe a service to home youBUY i
award-winning
10:00 am School.
Sunday .
our readers, we can furnish 3 a 7 Inch
7:00 pm Sr. & Intermediate enlargements dan.l picture appear Ing town ISLANDER? A I
1* Tbe BLANDER Sl.isoAch. II
Youth only total of 52 prescnts--
Fellowship. orstq< at ttie office.
MONDAY: C.202'6 AT STORACB VCTT mailed to any point In I
.able at ONLY $7.V3 per month at ttte the United States or to NO
9:30: am Deaconess Meet.at I BAYOU MARINA. INC.Bay Blvd.So..
Anna Marla-Calf7712Do an APO or FPO address -
home of Miss Edith -
for ONLY $3.501
Osbornc.
. We mall a gift card I ktl
7:00 pm !Boy Scout Troop I I You 1 tool r IN_ _

TUESDAY! ..... Yes, now Is the time te buy this new
6:30: pm Couple's Club. Need A Frigidaire" refrigerator. The price tells you

WEDNESDAY: if s m donl-aniis-it. value. AND youll ret this i
7:30 pm Church Council. RUBBERSTAMP r.V Frif' .idaire Flip-Quick Ice Ejecter as a bonus! ;

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1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal THE ISLANDER

SUNDAY M. hag ra/rostrnt ever. inI

9:15:>> am Sunday School (Keeping a roof &iiJ ......a t.fnc.rata eomprtmnPach .
11:00 Service
; am Wotthip c* never Mick los; th r.10O4 .
A Sermon "Great Ideas over your head) .
FOR BEST a. *.tern' sat. tap Maa.
Lost on Little Mends Wind can blow your roof off . Eat,. tea ice cube fNelJnC.T. .
fire can bum it off a HomeCard .
(north e' TN Awwun.l.s.n homeowners policy will ..- ......... [na.wi tf1dra4lan

Eels replace the to... But there are hold nary bushel 01 at tabbs."
N... OstsM K. Lew.. -'M RESULTSThe 1
other ways to lose the roof over ...-,-a e 4U.r has IN..-ttrpIK.
THURSDAY: your head . someone ,injured Oft fa.vwyt/aig La.t

9:00 am Holy Eucharist on your property can get a Urge CO*e bents UN and.ma..
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER "liability Judgment against you. _
TRINITY In that cat you may lose the 2.a ....... .. tws.wtrt, tuNd.OCfiutrlr .
: roof and the rest of the house. usertp.IrKs.p.ndrel. -.
800 am Holy Eucharist
OVffiTlSf[ Here again, a Michigan Mutual I .___"" atwM
9 IS "
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of Confirmation Liability Home Card will protect dW3a0 ill 55..4.......,.........
against kabMy losses as we*
as other hazards. coo
Why not trwu re about its below

rates? ....."..,.tJ T1AK-IN

In JOHN P. HUTH :;eaaTer-- AllOWANCE


INSURANCE


5500 Marina Dr. Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer

HOLMES BEACH

778.1022 6u.e FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

Islander
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BEDROOM HOME FREE For UNDER MARKET

." RENTALSBEACH WIDOWliRHAS TOO MUCH' HOUSE.
Cocated near the Beach in Holmes Beach. WILL SELL ATSACRIFICE--WELL
:Open fireplace in large living room.Two nice
: (porches. Air conditioning garage laundry. FRONTOR LOCATED IN HOLMES BEAd -I--
xhree-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATI-IS---
52,000 gross rent, which pays all expensesand
more. Total price of property. S26.5OO. 13700. LOADED WITH EXTRAS!

JOHN B. PROTHEROTERED YEARLY OECKETT REALTY
SEE
REAL ESTATE OROKER-SALES& RENTALS DICK WAGNER Realtor 5500 MARINA DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH

fliii' -81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach PHONE 778.3333
2217 Gulf Drive. B. B.Tel.. 778-2663 JOHN M nCCKETT. JR VIC REINCL MARION SMITH
w..0 Mwo..wHERE'S A..c'.'. A.._'...
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: I.IMINI! BAY ESTATES

J OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN / WinMasonite's YOUR CHANCE!

COME OUT and
CITY OF ANNA MARIA I get your Official

"KEY TO ENTRY BLANKI! to purchase lovely
If you are looking for an outstanding valuea a ,
homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches Jill BETTER never lived in, brandnew
UMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer.
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for : ,
(full information. kfJJ LIVING" HOME

3 BED ROOM-2 BATH

Have A Cweri Frost Hone Open for Inspection

t. #26 Seaside Court CANAL FRONT HOME
. That we feel to be an exceptional value!
Built by a most reputable builder--this home for just
has been owned by only one family-and bas SEASIDE GARDES
all the extras not usually Included such as:
*Water softener washing machine garbage $800ffl downand
disposal: refrigerator drapes and rugs. It JACK HOLMES, Realtor
also bas extra storage space In two-car
garage an extra screened patio and a
beautifully landscaped lot. For the thrifty
buyer and particular home owner--this will Are You Looking? monthly payments of $105
HARRY M. RIFE
__be THE ANSWER.. .. !!.. sect

TWO LOTS between highway and the Cull In G.Orle W.1ler LICENSED NO CLOSING COSTS
r desirable location. Just reduced. TERMS. PAINTING
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HIGH & DRY Lot. just a block from BEACH- REALTYPHONE CONTRACTOR

ONLY $2.2:501GERTRUDE : 1.1.,", Shopoieg c..tft Pxm. 778-1341 JACK MARSHALL l..at.r
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BLASSINGAME, REALTOR 778-2444 A.... Men. M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria

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it Fly to New York and Return as our Guest
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8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, May 28. 1964

_ .SLAND_::>> OPP.NG CENTER -- OLMES BEACH ION I


NEW! NEW! NEW! NEW! NEW!
c9-.oW 'dUI1Nr
\ .
"" HAND MADE SOAP
THIS MEMORIAL DAY-- r I
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER SACHET
Remember your Loved Ones and SCENTED CANDLES
Those Who Have Passed On, but in BY
Passing Left their Indelible Markon Featuring items as shown at the cb; Carolina

our American Heritage. WORLD'S FAIR Soap $ Candle: :ZZakcr-

Free Gift & Mail
Come in and Browse It's quite a-d'< ,, .- Library
the Fad and especially so in -'(...,..7'r f. " ''\ -- .-...-_'....-..-: ;,I.p eaJ. J.... DwtK

Air Conditioned comfort.

THE BANK

WE RENT... FOLDING MDS*IAIT CtliS
PLAY PINS *DIAfEtt
Established April 25. 1961 *HIGH CHAIRS LINENS *SUNBATHING COTS
STROLLERS iLANKETS
AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn Linen Rental Service 778-1472 withSLEEVELESS
214.54th St. Holmes Beach
Anna Maria Island BLOUSES

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE 4 9a6iq Sbe44a4

24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ?ltadaa4e
A
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Member. : Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CALL 778-1771
NIGHT 778-1440
Anna Maria Island's Only SOLID COLORSI!!!III

LICENSED CAR DEALERl'ulck..Rambler..Dadge..Dodge PASTEL STRIPES _

i/ Dart..Plymouth ASST. PRINTS

lfl.
Try The New 5! MAY CLOSED 30th Ii

ALL PURPOSE ALL DAY

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WATERPROOF PAPER .
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"COVER Up. Layaway Phone
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Plan 7781161CHOICE
iZ-a w.rnsn,CUOft'W'ft'
FOR FURNITURE each sheet
PATIOS approximately9X12
'fed PAINTING FEET MEATS & PRODUCE
RUGS

Manatee Company County Water FLOORS BC>>$ HANDY DANDYOPEN

(INCORPORATED) Holmes Reach Supplies Inc

S"opp4, C..f.t.J..u., ttol.011k.....; 1.-: :., ,..... 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
778-1131
TELEPHONE 778-2O22 EVERY DAY
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach ISLAND

SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

ALL QUALITYCOLOR Check Ovr Stock For-
ABLE
NEW Call 778-2012

Notions-Yarns-Materials-Clothing- tT R. C. SCHUCHARD
N i ry Glassware-Cooking Utensils-Swim I,
PL.UMBIHO CONTRACTORs
We a r.S hi't s.S h 0 r t s.U.S.Ked s-
: o HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH
PLUS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS
TV PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 7781021BOAT

EACH LIQUOR STORE

w YHF AND TRAILER Your Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center

HIGH-JACKED? AQent goes WEEK END SPECIALS
UHFFREE t 4Z L-Our I IMPORTED SCOTCH fifths
FOR YOU King George IV $5.19
: COMPLETETAILORED Can McGregor $4.49
1 Whit Horse S5.49
PROTECTIONFOR YOUR Haig & Haig 5 Star$5.49
n..aLCacocw..l BOURBON fifths
's111Sup.rb CAR. HOME.PERSONAL .
conMMt1.en Ten High 3 for $10.00
nbl. SEE BUSINESS. Private Cellar J,00 M 3 for S1U65
DEMONSTRATION BLENDS fifths
Town Club 3 for $8.95
QUANTITY LIMITED (Bay JreaSlnsurance PhiladelphiaImperial 3 for $9.70

ACT NOW 3 for $10.00
778-7697 778-7548 BEER
6 PK Cans.CANADIAN ACE-99C
ISLAND TV 77S-1703 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon
PHONE 778-2023
Corn.r of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Closed All Day Saturday-Memorial Day FOR FAST FREE DELIVERYPage



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