The Islander
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079899/00117
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579543
oclc - 20573244
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System ID: UF00079899:00117
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


Special MeetingAt Island Erosion Prevention

Bradenton BeachThe I

Bradenton Beach District Abolished ly Special Ad

City Council last week
Oqe of the first bills that It was closed for a
granted a quit-claim deedto
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. passed in the current short time.
session of the Florida Hugh G. Holmes, chair-
Shilling, owners ofShilling's
Dock on Bridge Legislature last week man of the erosion district
Street. The deed was fora was a special act which commission, said this
small strip of land adJoining dissolved the Anna Maria week that pending a final
the dock. City Island Erosion Prevention

Attorney Walter R.Talley District.
had advised the council The bill also gave the 4+

the deed should be granted Manatee County Commis-
inasmuch as the city sion the responsibility of
claimed no interest in the fighting erosion of the
property.Mr. Island beaches. Funds now
and Mrs. Shilling administered by the ero-
have a purchaser for their sion district will be

property, which they have .. turned over to the county.
owned for 15 years. The The money will be usedIn
to retire outstand- HUGH HOLMES
new owners plan to fill part
to the bulkhead line, and ing bonds, and the balance audit of the district'sbooks
to build a marina on the used for erosion control no exact figuresof
property, located Just '- tiMn : work on the Island. the funds to be turned
south of the old Cortez : :' Dan McClure, chairmanof over to the county were

Bridge.At ,. ,,- the county commission, available.Its .
a said last week that nearly published audit,how-
special meetingof '"
the council '. $100,000 in state and local ever, showed a balance of
Thursday "'!',
funds be available 68056.69 at the of
evening, Morris E. Cox may to start
Motors of Bradenton was help the Island solve some Its fiscal year. Bonds In
awarded a purchase con- of Its erosion problems. the amount of$53,000 will
tract for a new Plymouth McClure explained that be retired, plus paymentof I
sedan to be used as a the State Road Departmenthas $2,120 interest, for a I
police cruiser. The new $30,000 set aside for total of $55,120.Estimated .
construction of seawall Income from
car will be delivered in a
about three weeks at a along the Gulf, from taxes collected during the
cost of $2,281 plus the Bridge Street south to year will be $30,257.67,
old police car. 13th Street In Bradenton leaving a total after retirement I
Beach. lie estimated that of the bonds, of '
The city will seek bidson 1
12,065 another $30,000 would be slightly more than $43- ,
t>f plane"mixed square surface yards left from the treasury of 000, less the coat of any .y
course paving. Streets to the erosion district, to bo projects done In the past

be paved are: 3rd, 4th, used in erosion preventionwork. year.
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th Othcr expenses for tax
South; 1st Street North; Chairman McClure also assessment and collectionand
2nd Street to Church Ave- spoke of the portability bookkeeping, accounting
nue, east; Highland that an additional $30,000 etc., arc balanced
Avenue; 10th and 12th would be available from approximately by Income
Streets North; Bay Drive the SRI). This week, how- received from Interest on
North between 10th and ever, another member of hank deposits.
12th Streets; 22nd Street the county commissionsaid Funds used by the dill
from Gulf Drive to AvenueA the last mentioned trict previously have been
; Avenue Cbetween 22nd possibility was remote. raised by taxes against
and 23rd Streets, and the McClure said that the Island property only. In
eastern 100 feet of 24th most critical need, In his! the future, money used to
Street. opinion, is the Bradenton fight erosion of the Gulf
Council authorized purchase Beach area where the SilO beaches on the Inland will
of new parts for plans to build the seawall. be taken from tho general
the mosquito fogger. lie said the $30,000 In the tax funds of the county.
district trcasuryprobably During the past nix
Pram Classes would be used for con- years. Island taxpayers

Classes in pram sailing, Vacationers from the north who seem added attraction for residents and struction of a groin In the have paid an average of
one of the activities of the very reluctant to leave the beach vacationers alike, as If anything other same area. $22,761 In taxes to the
Island Youth Center, will' until after the sun is well down behind than the Island's fine beaches and the This part of the beach erosion district annually:
be conducted in the canalat the horizon. Lovely sunsets arc an pleasant Gulf waters were needed. has been subjected to 1959, $18,948; 1960, $20,
the north end of the several battering from 635; 1961, $19,923; 1962.
Holmes Beach airstrip, high seas during the pant $23.466; 1963 $23,337

from 9 to 11 a.m. each few year Hock groin, and 1964, 30257.
seawall and other struc- The erosion prevention
Children between nine : tures have been washed 'district was created by a
and fifteen it out HO that at several may participate -
with each one to \ -c places the Gulf In only a I Legislature In 1947. Its
: few feet from the edge of I first project was building
pass a swimming test. All ; f!!
State 789 beginners will be requiredto JIJ ....., Road the only groins
_\ :;r A through northsouthhighway -, 1 Maria City at a com of
furnish a life Jacket or I ,
ski belt. \, on the Inland. $$900 with the money havIng
,, Several time In recent I been contributed by a
Purpose of the class Is
SRDcrcwihavchad >lumber of Individual and
to teach sailing, water ..
"' to sandbag the edge of the t he City of Anna Maria.
safety and racing skills. .
'"' highway during storms to In 1952, following 4 referendum
The classes
will be taught I
..... of (bland
IAii. ,A prevent washout In the t voters
by responsible adults. y
Forms will be furnishedfor ....... severe storm of September 1$(120X)() worth of bond
signed approval of 1963, the road wan 'were Issued by the die,
tries for erosion work.
washed out to the extent
parents. .
Interested adults who .' ..... -

want to assist in leaching .... .. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
are asked to call Arthur ."" :' .. .. .
Bonner at 778-3122. .-- -\ ,' .... R.I..!.JI.
411I. \.,
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Tennis instruction for
Island girls Grades 7 ",' .. M*.. 4 >-. H'th

through 12, will start at Apr. 13--74 80 80 84 79 None
the courts at the Youth Apr. 14- -75 82 80 86 75 None
Center. Saturday, May 1. ;- Apr. 1S--74 81 81 85 74 None
Applicants may register Apr. 16--74 81 80 85 74 None
at the center from 10 a.m. t Apr. 17--74 82 82 84 74 None
until noon, Saturday Apr. Apr. 18--72 82 81 85 74 NOM
2... Miss Nancy Carson I 3adly eroded area south of Bridge due for Installation of crouton control I Apr. 19--74 83 81 86 76 NoneUNIVCHSITY
will instruct. Street In Bradenton Beach which 1* measure soon. ISLANIHR PHOTO)


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LEISURE TIME (Islander Photo by Redon)
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And HOW does your garden grow?

A massed planting of daylilies (hemerocallls) will
7i be a beautiful sight for the long period in the summer
when most gardens need color. Daylilies are practically -
: immune to disease and pests, have a wide rangeof
color, and almost take care of themselves, as their
u j roots store both food and water. They will grow well
':. in our sandy soil if some peat moss is added to hold
c k, the moisture and they are fertilized occasionally.
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Have you ever made a beautiful arrangement of
<< : --- -
.. hibiscus in the morning, only to find every flower
: L : L ,---- =.., closed for the party that night? Try picking the
'IL blossoms in the morning and placing them in the
IIIIIi refrigerator until you are ready to use them. They
I""::"': ...., ... f0 !I J'.-..... '\... .. will remain open for you all evening. For a

.- .,.. .. permanent arrangement of fresh hibiscus blooms,
T ,, have you tried pinning them to the stems of carissa?
.t. ; _jJ .....-- The carissa will stay green for weeks and the thorns

make excellent holders for the flowers. Every day
r i ** *"'
'. _I,#* you replace only the blooms in the arrangement.A .
Never have so many seagulls owed so much to so few.
I Mayors, Commissioners Confer o ,

A conference was held sary deeds and actual
Tuesday between the acquisition of the rights-
mayors of the three Island of-way can begin soon.
cities and Manatee County The mayors were advis-

Commissioners to dis- ed by County Commission ......
cuss roads, water and Chairman Dan McClure Ito
erosion on the Island.Commissioners request better main- flowering plant almost unknown to transplanted
agreed tenance for Gulf DriveRt. Northerners is the lovely penta. This small bushy
with Mayor Harvey G. ( 789) until the State plant has clusters of starlike flowers In colors of
Meyer of Anna Maria, Road Department under- white, red, pink and orchid. With frequent fertilizing
Mayor Elmer G. Twist of takes actual widening of from This T Corner. and pruning, pentas flower most of the year. You win
Holmes Beach,and Mayor the highway to a standard find too, that this plant is most adaptable to growing
Henry Meunier of Bra- 24 feet. conditions on the Island.
denton Beach that the Commissioners assuredthe
county would bear the cost three mayors that by THE EDITORIt Are you pampering and petting your bougainvillaea'
of initial surveys of plans for laying a water Don't! Skip it when you fertilize. Bougainvillaeas do
rights-of-way needed for main to the Island, and pays to fish in the waters of Florida's west not want to be fed more than once a year and that time
widening State Road 789 along the length of the coast, or so it seems to some fishermen in the should be In the fall, with a fertilizer low In nitrogen
on the Island. As their three cities, were included area. Returns of Schlitz tagged fish caught up to and high in phosphorous and potash (2-8-8)). If you
part of the agreement, the in the overall systemnow last week showed that $3,950 had been paid to 105 prune, do it before September so you do not cut off
mayors will do everything being sought. lucky anglers. the winter bloom. This also applies to the oleander
possible to acquire the McClure suggested that Mrs. Sadie Leach, Bradenton housewife, was the and forsythia (if you live in the north). The best timeto
4 needed rights-of-way.<< the Island cities will be top winner. She was awarded $1,000 for a one-pound, prune these spring bloomers Is Just after the flush
According to Meyer, in able to install municipalwater six-ounce grouper she landed while a passenger on of flowers. All garden supply stores have specialized
an Interview after the con- distribution sys- the ADMIRAL. Her catch was made off Longboat stomach poisons which will kill the little caterpillarsthat
ference, the City of Anna tems and buy treated Pass, about 12.miles out in the Gulf. roll up in the leaves. Poison these pests as soon
Maria has the necessary water at bulk rates from Several other tagged grouper were boated in the as you can and before they get a real start In spoilingthe
50-foot wide right-of-way the county. McClure also same area.Returns foliage.
for most of the distancein said that the county mightgo in the contest have been: Lakeland, 66 .
question. The only exception so far as to install a fish, $1,925 Sarasota, 20 fish, $1,500 Fort Myers, U you think you're too old for growing puins, try
Meyer said, is a distribution system in 12 fish, $350; Tampa, five fish, $125, and St. cultivating a garden.
stretch of about 1,000 feet Bradenton Beach, whereno Petersburg, two fish, $50. Smiles
on North Shore Drive, overall water system The annual Schlitz Florida Fishing Derby will .
where the right-of-way is operates now. continue In Zone 2 (the west coast area) through See you next week.
only 40 feet wide. He suggested further June 30.Bets --GINNIE
Meyer also said the that the three cities Include .
other two cities already funds in their next are being made on the duration of operationof TheltUmdtr
have most of the necessary budgets for feasibility and an Island grocery store NOT YET OPENI!
right-of-way, except engineering studies rela- An Independent Weekly published
where the surveys may tive to operating their We promised a visiting every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
show curves in the road own water systems. He Detroit columnist that we o PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine 4l'
should be modified or told the mayors that the would publish a picture of Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida
changed. county would be able to him in this week s issue-- er EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL**--
County Right-of-way maintain 60 pounds pres- so here goes I ADVERTISING MANAGER M M
Agent Robert Moon told sure in the transmission MARGE KIMBALL ti
the group he will start mains. Mail Address: P. O. Box }
immediately with aerial All agreed that the area Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 fc 0*
surveying of the road and most greatly In need of
setting right-of-way erosion work is in Bra- Entered as Second Class matter
.o preparation of neces denton Beach. under the Act of March 3, 1879


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April 22, 196 __ __ THE ISLANDER page 3
04tu4fte4 Teen-Agers Rescued I Visiting Officials
Off North Point ErosionKeith
ELBERT W. LIVELY 78, of 20876th Street Study

Holmes Beach, died Wednesday. Apr. 14, Manatee Treasure Island city officials Offenhaucr, 18,and
Memorial Hospital Bradenton. Born In Atlanta, he visited the Island Barbara Kurz, 16,stranded -
had been a resident of the Island for the past 12 last week to see the ero- in a disabled Inboard
winters, coming here from Bloomfield N. J. sion prevention pier- boat off the north end of .
He was the chairman of the board of the Elbert groin at the Manatee the Island Friday evening,
Lively Co. of Newark, N. J.; a member of Nutley County Beach. were found by searching
Lodge 167, F&AM, Nutley N. J.; of the Newark City Commissioner Al parties soon after mid-
Rotary Club Newark, and had been active in the Wechesser and City Engi- night.
Red Cross and Civil Defense in Nutley. neer Richard Taylor According to Chief
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Ilka Lively of Holmes toured the Island as guestsof Deputy Clyde Gill of the
Beach; two daughters, Mrs. R.H.(Winona)Talmadge Harry Varley of Holmes Manatee County Sheriffs
of Morristown N. J., and Mrs. Robert(Lois)Osbornof Beach. Department, those taking ,. .
Branford, Conn.; a brother Owen Lively of They inspected the pierat part in the rescue were
Cave Springs Ga. and Holmes Beach, and seven the beach, and the rock Anna Maria Police Chief View across Lake LaVIsta, Anna Maria, from canal
grandchildren.The groins at Bradenton Gene V. Stewart; the U.S. bridge on Crescent Drive. (Islander Photo by Redon)
family requests that in lieu of flowers,friends Beach, where some Coast Guard, and mem-
make donations to the Heart Fund. severe erosion has taken bers of the Island Flotillaof
Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island place. the Coast Guard Auxil
Chapel Saturday morning, with the Rev. Richard K. According to the two iary.
Wiggins, pastor of Roser Memorial Community officials, Treasure Island The boat, with its two ,
Church, officiating. Burial in Manasota Memorial has erosion problems,and occupants, was towed into for grilling,
Park. Is trying a number of the Bayou Marina in Anna
High TwelveThe Cub Pack 7 methods to control the Maria by L. M. Humbug broiling,
erosion. Cobb of Cobb Marine
Island High Twelve Cub Scout Pack 7 met Ways, Holmes Beach. It braising...
Club will meet at noon, last week at the Island VFW AuxiliaryNew had been disabled by
Thursday, Apr. 22, at the Medical Center, with Dr. officers of Anna striking some driftwood
Gulf Terrace Restaurant, John Deam presiding. Maria Island Post No. which bent the propellershaft.
Bradenton Beach. Plans were made for the 8199, VFW, were elected ,
Mike Klemmer, former Cub Scouts and their last week at a meetingat Police were alerted
Manatee County Commissioner leaders to erect the back- the Rod & Reel Pier. early In the evening by a
will be the speakerat ground for the Easter The new officers, all call from the boy's I1wtT.t
the meeting, and will Sunrise Service at the of whom will serve for mother, Mrs. Glenn Of-
use as his subject:"Some County Beach.A the next year, arc: PaulE. fenhauer of Bay Colony,
Problems in Manatee regular meeting of Kelley, commander; Palmetto, who told the 11
County, and Some Pos- the pack will be held at Thomas Holland, senior Sheriff's office the young-
sible Remedies." 7 p.m., Thursday, Apr.22, vice commander; Alfred sters had been overdue
At the meeting the fol- at Gloria Del Lutheran Perini, junior vice com- since ml afternoon, for roasting
lowing Thursday, Robert Church. James Bower, mander; William Lindsay, ,
Collins, a member of the Kevin Van Norman and quartermaster; Earl Island Star Club boiling
club will be the speaker.His Daniel Herringshaw will Nicsman, post advocate; The 1 Island Star Club ,
subject will be: "The be accepted as new mem- John Yarrow, chaplain; will sponsor a dessert stewing..
History of" Insurance In- bers of the pack at the Joseph Webb, surgeon, card party, to be held at
spection. meeting. All parents are and Joseph White,trustee. the Gulf Park RecreationHall Y .
New CorporationA urged to attend, as there Plans for Installation of at 1 p.m., Wednes-
will be a contest for par- the officers will be an- day, Apr. 28.
new corporation ent attendance, and nounced.All Door and table prizes
Gifts 'n Things, Inc., has awards will be given to eligible veterans of will be awarded, and a
been chartered by the the Cub Scouts at that both World Wars who live donation of 50 cents per
State of Florida, and will time. Theme for the monthis in the area are invited to person will be asked.
operate a gift shop at 17th "Green Thumb." attend the meetings of the Everyone is welcome to
Street and Gulf Drive, post. attend.
Bradenton Beach. The in- Shannon, Evelyn Hurst and
corporators are Joyce Gerald Recore.

Weekend at Webb's for baking,

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CisUa Drapis Mill T. Order

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Fish Taxidermy-Mike Hciscr 746.7402

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No "Fly by Night" ;tMat WltREG $1.38 99 1

BED PILLOWS REG $1.99 l.49

"Dear Mr. and Mrs. Inquirers: '(Nameson
request)' The initiators of the 'Home- 100
UpjohN Unicaps
Owners Association of Holmes Beach' $1 .59
instruct me to advise you that the REG $3.11
fundamental purpose and intent Is that the for all 'round
organization shall become a PERMANENT
feature of life in Holmes Beach, not a
'Here today; gone tomorrow' effort. --= better
Response to the advertising appeals for ThongsMEN'S 39 cooking...
members has been fine, qualitatively, but '
less satisfactory in quantity. Too few good tin nun-, rimy nwoirrn way
citizens have joined and far too many of for a kite hen that'.

our home-owners are just not interested 100 Hobirt's Aspirin $ r 0.>lrr, rlrarwr, aafrr .
enough. Signed, Temporary Secretary and 7 for irrriotM
Treasurer, Harry Varley. limit 2 It't. fUmrlnw automatic

This Is the last of the present series of ELECTRIC RANGE
paid-for notices in The Islander, authorizedby FOLDING COT REG 10.997 Oo Youll love it!
the unofficial committee. No general Ideal for .
membership funds have been spent, and
should these efforts fall to bring enough Sff (A tutndtamt ttyUt
response, all checks now on hand will be UNIVERSAL REG $8.98 $6.99 and ro/u,. at yourrlfctrit
returned to the donors with earnest thanks.If STEAM 'N DRY IRON apptumt drtdtrM
you believe the organization has a definite,
useful and constructive part to play In WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS
preserving and augmenting the way of life
for home-owners in our city, send us your
name with no money, or $1, $5 or $1,000, >C Island
addressed to "Home-Owners Association of
Holmes Beach, Box 1754" or phone Helen WIDO PharmacyJ.
Garrett, 778-1404, for a preliminary plat- u
form. Please do It NOW--If everl
D. WOOS f*...!!..

phone t 778.1411 8 to 8 W..kdoyt
Nights 778-2075 8 to 2 Sunday
1111115 .|l HINT ct.u
of Holmes Beach 5904 MARINA DRIVE MUM Mill "..,UThursday

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Page: 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday April 22, 1965

DAN BAROLO son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J.

ISLANDMERRIMAC VISITORS Barolo of Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, recently was

Initiated into Tau Beta Pi, .
ON THE GULFS Mr. and Mr*. Kermit Nichole of Bainbridge, --- national honor fraternityfor .'.fi
N. Y., and son...Mr. and Mr*. Armin King and Webb J. Wllleta of Bristol t= .
Va...Mr. and Mr*. Bruce B. Ball of Detroit and lamOy...Mr. and Mr*. 1 .. engineering students. !
R.C.Won of Ithaca. N. Y...Mr.and Mr*. Carl Zltzelman and Mr*. Eleanor I Barolo is a student in the ; '
Swartz of Athens Ca...Miss Jean Love Mr*. James Love and Mr*. Naomi
Nallett of Mt. Morris.N.Y...Mr.and Mn.A. Stevens of Winter Haven and I engineering school at -
party. Vanderbilt University in '
ROD k REEL MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. William J. W d.worth Jr. Mr. and
Mr*. Ralph McCollough and daughter;Mr.and Mr*.Everette D. Sullivan and Nashville Tenn., wherehe I
Bob Harrell and ton,all of Lakeland...Mr.and Mrs. E.A. Balllnger Thomas has been on the Dean's I
Balllnger and Mr. and Mr*.Mack Hutaon and family all of Fort Meade... I
Mr. and Mr*. E. E. Anderson of Lake Wales...John R. McCary. T. C. List during the entire
William, and Mr. and Mr*.Ralph Andretta and children all of Tampa...Mr. four years there. He also ,
and Mr*. J, C. Cobb of Bartow and family..Mr. and Mr*. Henry Crlffln ofWauchula.
...Mr. and Mr*. C.C. Konruhny of Walled Lake Mich..Mr. and has received a science
Mr*. Claude Neldlgh of Leeburg..Mr. and Mr*. George P. Bridge ol grant, which will permit'
Detroit and .on...R. 0. Welton of South Bend, Ind...Mr. and Mr*. Scott him to work on a research .
Patrick of St. Peteraburg. .
.. HALEY'S MOTELS Mr. and Mr. N. B. Ollnger of Coshocton. Ohio, and project of his own choos-
family...Mrs. H. L. McBride of Clearwater, and sons...Mr. and Mr. C. He attend
Pelegrln of Hollliton. Ma**...Paul Woodall of Lakewood,Ohio and daughter ing. plans to
...Mr. and Mr*. Werner Munk of Jupiter...Mr. and Mr. Jonathan L., summer school this year
Truman of Tampa on their honeymoon. which will enable him to DAN BAROLO
of Detrolt.Mr. and
PALM COURT Tom Van de Rletund Douglas Reana.t
Mr*. Larry Nelson of Waukesha Wl*., and family..Mr. and Mr. Boll graduate from the five-year course in January, a
Schaber and Mr. and Mr*. Pet Jensen of Milwaukee...Ruth lager of W.,. semester ahead of his regular schedule. Barolo
land Mich., and mother...Bernice Vander Heide of Grand Rapid. Mich..., wasa
Mr. and Mr*. William Halatead of Kalamazoo Mich..Mr. and Mr. Ray star athlete and honor student while attending
Hoyt of Ellenvllle.N.Y., and eon Manatee High School.
EAST or THE SUNS Mr. and Mr*. D. B.Sawer of Sault Ste. Marie Cm.
and son Ben.HAJ.80R t w i I DOROTHY VARIAN, noted artist of Woodstock
UCHTS. MOTELS Mr. and Mr*. W. F. Wiley of Elmhurst, Dl... N. Y., has been a guest of her brother-in-law and
Capt. C. Hamlyn of Solon 0110...Mr. and Mr*. L.Jones of Rukln..Mr.
and Mr. William Gordon of 0110..Mr. and Mr. J. Hunt ol sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wood of 67th Street
Niagara Fall. N.Y...Mr.and Mr*.Franc! Clayden of Red Bank N.J... Holmes Beach.
Mr. and Mr*. Daniel Sups of Ruskin...Mr. and Mr. Robert L.Olson of
Falconer. N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. Steve. Srlnko at Springfield Dl., and children MRS. EUGENIE HIGGINS of 77th Street a teacherat
...Mr. and Mr*. L.R.Wollfel of Valley Stream, N. Y......** Mary Cecchet- the Island School, recently presided over two

to SEA of Sudbury ISLE ,MOTELS Ont. Mr. and Mr. Robert Cawne of New Pon Richey... workshops in Tallahassee, where she told her
Mr. and Mr. George Wallatrom of Melrose Ma**..Mr. and Mr*. Richard audiences about her work at the local school with
Ringlet of Cleveland Ohio.Mr. and Mr*. Robert Tbormann of Lakewood
Ohio on-ln-law and daughter of Mr. Bob Faragher.S. the "Words in Color" system of elementary reading.Her .
.S. WHITE SANDS MOTELS Mr.and Mr..Herbert W. Brown of Holllday audiences were teachers, reading specialistsand
burg. P....Mr.. Fran Burman of Toronto and children...Mr. and Mr.
William Hutchln of Birmingham Mich.,and children...Mr.and Mr*. George representatives from the Florida State Depart-
Scott cf Royal Oak Mich., and oru..Mr. and Mr*. James E.McShane of ment of Education. Mrs. Higgins is believed to be the
Palo Height. 01. and lamU,..,Mr. and Mr. Clifford Mlllap of Dayton ice
first teacher in the the
Ohio. f. country to use revolutionaryand
CHARLIN VILLASi Mr. and Mr*. Lewis Stapp of LouUvllle, ICy...George ; successful new reading system when she helpedto
Borlaee of Florham Park N. I...Mr. and Mr*. J. Brady of Bradenton and 4 K >
son...Mr. and Mr*. James Wilson of Euclid Chio...Mr. and Mr*. Floyd introduce it at the local school.
Hibb of Tampa, and .on...Mr. and Mr*. R. P.Herr of Elm Grove, Wl*., :-,. _..._.34w' ....... MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK R. TIETZE of Durham

and PLAYA on...ENCANTADAi Mr. and Mr.Mr.D.H.and Ferguson Mr*. W.of L.Montreal.Carter of Elm Grove Wl*., and ISLAND VISITORS: Sally Hutchins(rear),daughter of Conn. are vacationing for several weeks at Waitt-on-

family...Mr. and Mr*. Argyle Crockett of Atlanta and family...Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dill Hutchins of Birmingham Mich., and The-Sand Cottage Anna Maria.

Mr GABA*. John APARTMENTS Bellafalr of Tonawanda Mr. and Mr*N.. Frank Y.. and Clhak family.of Berwyn, Ml. Barbara Deltalre daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark MR. AND MRS. GEORGE H. THRALL of Gladiolus

BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr. William C. German of Beltalre of Grosse Polnte Mich. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Street, Anna Maria who have lived on the Island for
Oakville Ont., and family...Mr. and Mr*. Robert Houston of Lakeland and
family...Mr. and Mr*. L.Morse Steven of Lakeland,and family...Mr. and three years moved this week to Treasure Island,
Mr*. Ralph Jenkins of Chicago...Mr.and Mr*.Peter E. Cwin of Sharptvllle MRS. GEORGE CLARK of 622 Concord Lane Key St. Petersburg.MR. .

Pa.THE, and ROCKETTES'children. GULF TO BAY MOTELi Nancy Fitzpatrick and Tillie Royale, had as a guest for a week recently her AND MRS. R. A. LAIDLAW, who have vacationed -

Decker of Port I.nll. N. Y...Mr. and Mr*.William Norris of Dayton Ohio daughter Mrs. Charles Lee of Rochester N. Y. on the Island for six weeks returned to their
...Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Burn of Wauwatoia. Wl*.. and daughter..Dr. and Island students who will receive their degrees from home in Hagersville Onto this week.
Mr*. David J. State Rochester N. Y.. and family...Mr. and Mr*. W. R.
William of Vandalla. Mich., and family...Mr. and Mr. Max Kelly of Florida State University in Tallahassee this week CHRIS HOFFMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Elyrla. Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. C. R. Young of Sarnia Ont..Mr. and Mr*. are Lawrence E. Jerome of Holmes Beach, BS in Hoffman of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach is
Charlei Fuller of Schenectady N. Y., and party...Mr. and Mr* Stanley W.
Kelly of Takoma Park. Md...Mr and Mr. Lewis Kato of Allen Park Mich. engineering science; Doris L. Pavlin, BS in nursing his Easter vacation with his family. He is a studentat
..Mr. and Mr. H. H. Redmon of Aihevllle, N. C...Mr. and Mr*. W. Elaine Hixson BS in education, and Roberts. Grace The Citadel in Charleston. S. C.
Bochlnakl d Detroit and chOdren...Mr. and Mr*. G. S. Comparet of Mont.
gornery Mich...Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Scherer of Chicago...Mr. and Mm BS in arts and science.Miss Pavlin, Miss Hixson and MR. AND MRS. HAROLD RENNOLDSON have left
Fred Bankulet of Valley Stream N. Y.. and family...Mr. and Mr*. Earl W. Grace all live in Bradenton Beach. for Naples N. Y., where they will spend the summer.
Baker of Ctlvllle, N. Y.
BAY VIEW COTTAGESi Mr. and Mr*. Carl Klrit of Chicago.
BRUNNER DUPLEX Mr. and Mr*.J.P.R.darof Milwaukee, and family... CALL '
Mr. and Mri. R. BronwcU of Arlington Height. 111., and family. 778-2295 :&,It sdm
PRINCESS MARTHA Mr. and Mr*. Fletcher Johnson of Ptoky. Mich. ,
PROTHERO APARTMENTS Tommy Wall of Lek.land..Mra. Helen C. 1'JIlW
Broadfoot of Springfield N. :.
LAY-Z-LJV-N MOTELS Mr. and Mr*. F. J. Noack of Angola N. Y.. and
son, and MiM Mary Lovern...Paul Harrington of Cedar Rapid Iowa... Please Call For AppointmentCONSULT ,
James C. Sutton, Warren A. Haddock and Lewis J. Hurt Jr. of Mulberry... 0
PanormtU Stavla of Greece. and Mr*.Richard A.Kruger of Oshkosh US ABOUT YOU
Wl*...Mr*.M. T.Woody of :ICJit: ,and party...Mr*. Ruth Stunaon,Mr*.
Louise McNab. and Mr. and Mr*. James C.Stunson of Harrlaburg. UK..Mr. DOTTIE-JOYCE-VELMA
and Mr*. T. B. Zlnatmaiter of Independence Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. T.
Beneeek of Pontiac. W...Mr. and Mr*. Cuatane Lehouck of Oxford N. C... All Settle. 0*.re.e*s
Mr. and Mr. Jamea E. Calvin of Don Mill, Ont.. and children...Mr. and Flit Ave. et Crecceot. A_. Merle Tel. 77t-23l1
Mr. Charles Felrlck of Dearborn Height, Mlch..Dlmar Merrill. Bill \qUE DELIVERY SERVICE
Tour and Gary Wilbur of Indlanapolla..Mr. and Mra.James W.Gibson of

Mr Indianapolis. Bernice. and M.family.House,of.Mr.Lansing and Mr Mich.*. Richard, and daughter Goeaard Sualn.Sidney.,.Mr.Ohio.and.. ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND _._._._..._...

Mr*. J. A. Canklln of Pontiac. Mich., and family...Mr. and Mra. Stanley
Dunkel of Brooklyn. Mich., and daughter...Mr. and Mr*.Robert WelemUler
of Detroit and daughter...Mr. and Mr*. Isaac Bright Englewood Ohio... PUee
Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Reed of Johnson City. 111. Beach Bendix t 1M It

7fldtta.! 1tlUllBUILDER cad Laundry & Dry Cleaners : 7" but t 6( 1 z1 ue14 :

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Anna Maria 778.2557 ''nfl'' '

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First Can-=2.25-Each Additional Con--$1.00 ; 'latd' t.t
Ticket may ... purchased at B & K Hardware .
Mermaid Room
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USDA Chelca Heavy We.tem Beef Slrleln' Steek-Lk......B9< GREENCORAL TW
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USDA CHolce Heavy Wettam Beef T-Bone Steek-Lt......99< 23 FH 4&21 1.9 _

Heavy Wetern Beef Chuck .......L.......................... 43 f 24 Set lOiOS pee 1." _
em 5.55 I.I 12:42 e- 0.0 11.M 1.3
IGA TebleRlte Sliced BecaM-Lb..............................59* p.
2S Stew 10t03e* 1." 7.13 p. I.' 1.37 mm2i20e 0.0 l.ot ,. 1.2
26 Mow 10:00 em 1.S ..20 rtllp- I.' 0.1 2iUe" 1.0
FREE-4 0*. Package American Cheece-wlth PwtcJiata YELLOW
27 Tue 1001 mm I.' 1.7 2 S4eM3i23M 0.2 3:07 0.1
OF FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF-3 Lb.................$1.39 < ,m
21 Wed 10.10 em 1.7 10 12 1.7 0.3 3iS3 0.5
GLAMORENE LIQUID RUG CLEANER-Plnt..............,.< pet ,
29 TKwr 10i24 tee 1.9 11.04 **. I.' 3 (Buy One-G.t .... Freel)
Mlnult Mold Orange Juice (b ..), Plus 1 Free................... Post Office Plaza Fer Con.. end B.odoten Beech ... ...... minutes l H high tide

Hood Pink Liquid Determent (22 os), Plus 1 Free.............. ,.odl",*. end one kow, end cls I nlwtet te lew tide' reodlne, .

Anna Maria City Lean Safe Boating-no cos t-frvm atM..fMaJlaia Itland Pautr
ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 778-1925


-j Thursday, April 22, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page j I


School Of MissionsThe Be DedicatedTwo r BOWL. LEAGUE Gray's Econowash 64
Winning only three of a Island Bank 56
Island Baptist new flags will be possible four points in its Island Pharmacy 53.5
Church will be one of dedicated at the Sunday Monday evening match in Roser Men's Club 47
24 Baptist Churches in morning worship serviceat the Island Bowling League ISLANDER 46
the area participating in Gloria Dei Lutheran with Roser Men s Club, Pete Reynard's 34.5
a School of Missions from Church. The pastor, the Schuchard Plumbing went *
Apr. 25 through Apr. 30. Rev. Lester M. Utz, will into a first place tie with TOP TEN GAMES
The school is intendedto dedicate an American flag w Tropical Vista. High B. Guild 241
inform, educate and presented to the churchby scores in the match were A. Rasmussen 229
inspire congregationsabout Mr. and Mrs. VernonH. Steve Alex, 204, and Bob B. Guild 213
the mission workof Lamp of Bradenton Adair, 583, for the winC.. Chapman 209
the Baptists in the Beach, in memory of Mrs. ners, and Bob DeVane, C. Weaver 208
country, and abroad. Lamp's nephew, Donald 203-507, for the losers. G. Dykstra 204
The local church will Walter Nisselke. ,. Tropical Vista won all S. Alex 204
be host to Mrs. Earnest A Christian flag, pres- .wPOTTERY four points in its match F. Davidson 203
Harvey, one of 24 mis- ented by a group of donors, t with Island Marine Supply B. Adair 203
t sionaries visiting the area will be dedicated to the to achieve the first place B. DeVane 203
; for the school. Mrs.Har- memory of all membersof WORKS tie. High scores were Bob -
: vey and her husband are the church who have (Islander Photo by Rene Redon) Guild 241-635 and Andy TOP TEN SERIES
missionaries to Equato- died since its organization Rasmussen, 229-607. B. Guild 635
, rial Brazil, serving in in 1959. Priscilla Benedict; proBoys' Contest Other scores were Island A. Rasmussen 607
I the city of Belem. Mrs. Two young people of the gram, Mrs. F. Bank 4, Pete Reynard's B. Adair 583
Harvey was born in Alva, church will assist in the Paetzel; publicity, Mrs. Standings this week in Restaurant 0. (Frank G. Dykstra 568
Fla. and is a graduateof dedication, and special Max A. Cole; reception, the Boys Contest at the Davidson, 203,Jim Joyce, R. Haynes 563
Stetson University. music will be featuredas Mrs. Earle G. Cromer; Anna Maria IGA Store are 545; Earl Carter 182R.. Ferguson 561
While on furlough this part of the ceremony. retarded children and as follows: 503). S. Alex 561
year, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Woman's Club hope award, Mrs. Frank B. Green 1,869 VanOstenbrldge BuildB.. Arkebauer 548
vey are residing in Fort H. Schroeder; scholarship D. Tarry 268 ers 3, The ISLANDER 1. J. Joyce 545
Myers. Officers of the IslandWoman's Mrs. K. W. StenA.. VanOstenbridge 6,192 (Chick Chapman, 209, C. Chapman 544
Other speakers at the Club have announced strom; sunshine, Mrs. T. Rotolo 2,368 George Dykstra,568;Neil -
Island Baptist Church the appointmentof Ronald N. McLeod; ways R. Maxon 2,751 Hunt, 180-493)). Next Week's Schedule
during the week will be chairmen of standing and means co-chairmen, D. Parrish 2,845 Bayou Marina 3, Gray's (Final Week)
Mrs. Mildred Streeter of committees: Americanism Mrs. Edgar DuPont and R. Adams 1,514 Econowash 1. (Ernie BraEconowash Island Mar.
Oklahoma City (Sunday Mrs. Harry McCal- Mrs. N. H. Schaefer, and J. Eddowes 1,666 dow, 198-510; Charles VanOstenb'ge Schuchard
evening); the Rev. Dave lum; American home, youth conservation chairT.. Jenkins 535 Weaver, 208-518)). Pete Reynard Bayou Mar.
Alderman of Tallahassee Mrs. F. Lee Thomas; man, Mrs. Russell M. D. Godfrey 627 Bay Area Insurance 3, Island Pharmacy Roser
(Monday); Perry Snell of building, Mrs. George H. Guild. J. Norwood 1,193 Webb's Island Pharmacy Island Bank Tropical Vis.
Sarasota (Tuesday); the Clark; community and Mrs. A. G. Birkman, R. Huffine 436 1. (Earl Drew, 195-532: ; Bay Area Ins. ISLANDER
Rev. Lloyd Whyte of Miami public affairs,Mrs. GlennL. club president,announced J. Rice 1,398 Jeff Hottman, 173-442). .
(Wednesday); the Rev. Morgan; conservation, that Miss Edith Osborne D. Lease 128 BOWLING BRIEFS
Lee Robertson of Vero Mrs. Robert R. Moses; will coordinate volunteers B. Motter 100 LEAGUE STANDINGS Some fine bowling this
Beach (Thursday), and devotions, Mrs. LesterM. for the Grovemont Home; M. Morick 769 Schuchard Plumbing 89 week by Bob Guild and
Mrs. William B. Mitchellof Utz; education, Miss Mrs. Charles A. Speer J. Francis 315 Tropical Vista 89 Andy Rasmussen. Should
Decatur, Ga. (Friday). Mildred Benedict; fine will serve as poetry T. Angell 475 Island Marine Sup. 80 be some heat generated
School of Missions ses- arts, Mrs. August F. chairman, and Dr. Mildred C. Weaver 506 VanOstenbridgc 73 by that first place tic so
sions will begin at the Wagner; international relations Vacllout will collect S. Lease 716 Bay Area Ins. 70 near the end of the sea
local church at 10 a.m., Mrs. Herman L. stamps for the World D. Blessing 946 Bayou Marina 66 son.
Sunday, and will continue Storrer, and membership, Church organization. H. Stewart 807
each evening, Sunday Mrs. Lawrence Colby. Because of the illness T. Kretzer 246 fle'iuB1e. DRY
through Friday, at 7:30. Other appointmentswere of Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. D. Deam 618 -.J
All persons interestedare : Mrs. Ira B. George Tann was appointM.. Dailey 169 CLEANERS.
cordially Invited to Mishler, parliamentarian ed to accompany Mrs. C. Girard 129 Phone 778-1944 v
attend the sessions. ; pressbook, Mrs. Birkman Tuesday. W. Tison 262
5340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
(Opposite the Shopping Center)

Many Tropical
CUr Block *
41 H $..Sllfet AMovUi aunowNANoaum The Isliid lisiriicf Af.icy
(If kfvfM In .kr 1 ,...>.) Post OffictPlaia Anna Maria /;

YOUR KODAK DEALER CAIYMCS 4 SCUlfTUlIM lI Ij44 4 1f/de Ray Hardy Agent 778.1969
At 125 BrlJg Sfr*.tBRADENTON s .. r* .ffWMt. .... ,.. 4me
BEACH ..*.!.. y** tttmv* toCwtox -u.a.
... & 40* St.
778-1185 309 Pine Ave., Anna Maria City


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JOAN SMITH now playing

SAVINGS Friday & Saturday nights ., r

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 22, 1965

CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESIN Roser Guild Epsilon Alpha '\"' .

BERNARD MISSION COUNTY MANATEE JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT Mrs. Robert C. Ross Epsilon Alpha Chapterof .'1 "' ." 1 ;

(CATHOLIC) STATB OF FLORIDA was the speaker at a re- Beta Sigma Phi met ',."... Mt.. '.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo of last week the home .. '
cent meeting the Roser at of '0
fUr. Francis F. Welsalller All Creditors,x.e..t....Distribu t '
MASS SUNDAY. 9il5 & 10i30 tee. and All Persona having Claims or Memorial Guild. Her talk Mrs. James Clark. ,..
WEEKDAYS 8 am Demands against the Estate of RUBYW. was entitled: "They Were Members attending the !
ROBERTS, dec..oedlYou
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 "
ROSARY & BENEDICTION and each of you. are hereby With Jesus, and dealt meeting were Mrs. Ted

WEDNESDAYS 7lM pm notified and required to file anrclalm with the life stories of the Tripp, Mrs. Fran Maxon,
and which etcher of
demands or
Horvey ......1.1 GurchN..D..I..tl..l you may have against you the estate of 12 apostles. She said that Mrs. Clayton Bower,Mrs.

( ) RUBY W. ROBERTS deceased late of the deaths of only two of Norma Bruce, Mrs. Rob-
ISr... ..... Beech Manatee County. Florida, with the:
Honorable Robert A. Rickey. Judged the 12 were recorded in ert Hoffman, Mrs. George
ft... A. W. Slmmt County Judge'. Court. Manatee County the Scriptures, but that Norwood Mrs. William
THURSDAY Florida at bio office In the CourtHouse
stories and tradi- Britt Mrs. Ronald Kil-
7iOO pm Social Hour of said County within six(6) many ,
SUNDAY calendar month from the time of the tions about the others had berg, Mrs. Don Mellin,

9ilS am Sunday School first publication of this notice. been preserved in the Mrs. F. B. Shell Mrs. "-,,., .....:..-'.-
10i30 am Worship Service Herbert J. Howard.
The Skipper Model Home at Key Royale was purchasedlast
WEDNESDAY Ancillary Executor of the early Christian writings.The Ronald McCormick, Mrs.
7iOO pm Choir PraeUe.a..t. Eatate of Ruby W. Rob- James week by Mrs. Eileen Huggett of Bear Lake, Mich.
speaker used as Ayers, Mrs. Har-
....* Science Sonia en. DeceasedL. old and Holmes Beach. This 1965 model was built at 605
illustrations of heraldic
W.HardyP. a set Chapman, Mrs. John
A. M. c........., ...... .O. Box 89Bradenton. emblems paintedby VanOstenbridge and Mrs. Concord Lane by the Wm. B. Lee Co. Stamps on the

SUNDAY Florida deed indicated sale of
a price $22,000. Key Royale
tOO Attorney for Estate her husband. She said Charles Weaver.
am Sunday Service
4-22.29; 5-6 5 13. '65 the emblems have been The ritual of jewels was Homes, Inc. was the broker in the transaction. The
home will continue be with the
to permis-
on display
...... L..R.eNP.st.r INVITATION TO BID used: In Christian art conferred on Mrs. Bruce,
The City of Bradenton Beach,Florida sion of the new owner, until her return from Michigannext
THURSDAY through the years to Mrs. Chapman and Mrs.
will receive sealed bid for the nailing -
8130 Softball Gam winter. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
FRIDAY of 1" Cypress plank on the City identify the apostles.New McCormick at a candle-

JiOO pm Jr. CA Pier caking in no less than 3.000 officers of the Guild light ceremony.Mrs. .

SUNDAY 7l30 pm Deacon Muting square than 10,490 feet minimum square feet and maximum not more were installed by the Rev. Britt was elected Have Your PAINTING

8US am Sunday School bids to be for 1,000 square feet, Richard Wiggins, pastorof delegate to the Beta Sigma
material furnished by the City. Bids
lOlOO am Worship Service the church in a candle- Phi Council with the Done EXPERTS!
6130 pm Youth Fellowship are for nailing only and specificationsmay City By
7(30 pm Worship Service be obtained at the City Office lighting service. Special alternates being Mrs.
MONDAY-FRIDAY. 207-1st St.No.Bids must be received
7l30 pm School of Missions by Noon May 6. 1965.: music was provided by Chapman and Mrs. Tripp.A RIFE
WEDNESDAY Cityof Bradenton Beach Mrs. James Ward and brief business meetingwas HARRY
4tOO pm Intermediate CA Sophia L. Carothera
7iOO pm pray.r Meeting City Clerk Mrs. Russell Guild, who followed by a social

...*... M.e..|.| ChurchN.D.n..l..tl.w.l sang "The Holy City." hour. LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
( ) Adjustment Board of the: City of
Star Club PicnicA PHm AJII Marie
H... Richer K. iee.inePMle Bradenton Beach Florida will hold Any Island resident 778-1341
Public Hearing on Tuesday. April 27,
1963 at 7:30 P.M..t the City Hall to picnic luncheon will student who is a grad-
THURSDAY! consider the of the owner of be served at 4 of
3iOO pm Roser Chorister request noon, May I uate Manatee High

4tOO 7130 pm Senior Cantus Choir Choir property South described located: as at follows 111 3th: Corte Street at the regular monthly School wishing to attend -

FRIDAY pm Beach Block 10, Lots 8 It 9. for a meeting of the Island Star Manatee Junior MARY'SSERVICE

4iOO Class pm Membership Preparatory lot.variance on the side line of the corner Club. It will be held at the College, or a studentnow

SUNDAY City of Bradenton Beach home of Mrs. Florence attending MJC asa

lOlOO 9iOO am am Worship School Service City Sophia Clerk L. Carottiers Myers, 2214 Gulf Drive, freshman, may apply

llllS am Sunday Worship Service Bradenton Beach. Each by letter for Epsilon

I MONDAY 7iOO pm Sr.Youth Fellowship UNCLASSIFIEDI member is to take a Alpha scholarship, to Mary VerMett 7781384A

lOlOO am Hannah Croup par..t u.ilu' covered dish and table Box 655, Anna Maria.

, WEDNESDAY 7tOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 I aer-SI.OO-Sb .\.\.,. service. The scholarship will

10 am-2 pm Missions Workshop SACRIFICE ANNA MARIA Beautiful Husbands, and visiting be awarded on a basisof COMPREHENSIVE,

..00'11I Eve Group-Youth Room high dry corner lot. !00x120. Including members of Eastern Star merit and need. ALMOST UNLIMITED PERSONAL AND
boat slip on canal. One block
Church of Th. Annunciation
to City Pier and beach.' Zoned real- are Invited.
(Episcopal) dentiai. Paved street ft. city water. EMERGENCY SERVICE FOR ISLANDERSFor

Rov. Gerald IC Lows Rector Make offer,' terms. Call Owner 778- DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH
_1442. ..
or 206-JKjth St Holmes Beach.
THURSDAY I9iOO LICENSED CHAUFFEUR WW drive The FOR the most efficient help for job
am Holy You or Your Car ANYWHERE. Call Glllt Pork any
8tOO am Holy Ellchari.tlt FOR RENli Two-Bedroom botiagsIn Call MARY VerMett 778.1384
am Eucharist &
n; Church Family School Holmes Beach. Full Garage with Pritelt leech loot lain Acc..4.tia. f., Treilert ., t. S)'
shop; telephone, radiant heat and air
Gloria 0.1 Lutheran Church conditioner. Close to private beach. *erree June to November. Phone 778-1883.!!
Rov. Lestar M. Ut. Pastor
FOR SALEi Savage elf-prupe I
SUNDAY lawn mower. Slightly used, hut In
9ilS am Sunday School _good condition. Call I 778-1894.
free pick-up and delivery service is a
lOiJO am Worship Service FOR RENT Yearly: 2 BR waterfront FRIGIDAIRE
11130 am Choir Rehearsal home. Large Living Room. Air con real boon to many of our customers these

ditioned. Also one room home, air days--an hour or so saved, especially for
conditioned. Phone 742-OOftl.
Golden Days
The Silent FOR SALEi Baby Cr Ib,$2 5.; ". net, those of you preparing for the trip north, [ Opportunity

$8. Mrs. Hugh Holmes :3307 Sunrise means a little more time In the sun, or
Lane Holmes Beach.Telephone 771-
World 2644. gathering shells or (UGH!) house cleaning.
WANTED TO RENT December to
May..I or 2 Bedroom on Gulf. Resident WORLD'S I,
Not Tourlsc. E. R. Dennlston FIRSTFRIGIDAIRE
Gen. DfL. Holmes B?_ch.. Blue Wave Service StationFor
WANTED\ TO UUV All U. S.Coins.
Gold. Currency or Foreign Coins of
any Country, or old Medals, Tokens,
Wanot.. High etc. Byron BUarre lUiiir, 2403 Service fI' Gulf Drive JEJ'1C1IOI1SNE1If
Auditorium 14th St. W.. Bradenton. Ph. 747-2M6.FOH .
April 23rd Two SALE; 2 Apis ground floor. Phone 778.1115 Bradenton Beach
Each 2 Bedroom, 2 Baths Living
Arresir Moid.Scibo Shows Room, Dinette, Kitchen Florida
Room. Beautiful lawn and shrubbery.One .
Club 7:30 Block to Beach or Bay. Roam
Privilege on Canal. No Closing Cost.
DONATIONS 9:r 5 O ner will take mortmm- 77H \I211. 0
LECTORS. Coma In and let us ill
Bill Stewart those empty spaces In your album.
W. carry a supply for everycollector.

PHOTOGRAPHERSTUDIO M.You're L. O'Connor welcome to Stamps come In 8 t Sin browie.'piles BEST PlACE TOFINANCEAHOMEI4 Huffy in now while they last1NOWOHDERM 1

:240:}-IjiriSt. W.Br.denron.747-2lt.
FOR RLNTi Alr-CondUlonedi; .BeU-
room. 2-Bath Apt. Close to Beach and
Bay. Well furnished. Yearly rental
_about Mar L. Phone 778-2121. Il19d


330'.3rd Av.nu. W.t KEN FELLOWS I

Brodefiron, Florida Phone 771-2894 after 4 P.M. I New Deep Action A rtat
Tsl. 746-2319 create Jet current for ood"pactIOn"
BELOW MARKETi: Choice Cansl-
front lots on 83rd St reel--$4.000.
77th Street. $4,000. 72nd Street. r tLW NEW Jet A.a.l.nt removal need*
Reasoner & AnsonTelephone 4000. 39th Street $4,000.Also WealMotel f I1TE1rrTtD
Site Approximately 10) x 230 F no lint trap.

Ces iel4C feel, half block to Culf.Price 16500. gD.k'lhW Jet spin assure quick drying
Want $10.00O offer. JOHN B.PROTI4ERO .
Registered Real Estate Jet simple mechanism has
Broker 116-Ilat St.. Holmes Beach. fewer parts for top dependability
or 'IIP'' .
744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 ALTERATIONS f ?, ) on all kinds of Cloth- *

, ntXIEGrUNDE HOTEL BLDG. Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapee.Mrs.
, Frank Burt Phone 77I-I4JI.\ Uot4 WOA41
RARE ON KEY ROYAUINooI-; 4 cetar e*
waterfront comer lot across the street

from Bay.a.a't't Basin.Underprlcedst fete'GMAC
Pttone "I-II\Q.
'VVJLLY RENT J7J: ret MontnUrrfurnlahed -. o
Z. ..troom Apartment In
Anna Maria. Call Owner st 771-1410.
NO TAAE5 uluRMs or liuutUK*
and Filters costs in this CB ducks the tenant it} 8
pays them. I blocks to Holmes Beach l INs
I shopping center 1 block to boat ducks IL
M1Y SUAIAMnIDCool' 4 Mucks IG Gulf beaches.11121 living I II bails ca. ..... to N. ....,.
room open din triple glass doors .. ...... e.s.e asad .. ....
onto new 1J x 11 acr..ftfoIIl..1. 10 x IJ
I., M M4l.pst I workshop and storage, I carport.
.. .- W..s.5551.S Efficiency apartment pave the bills. Gel FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
i S.2t."I.I&JO.
c ean. ono x twbedroom '
744.5142 furnished apartments facangGulf I 1
Hi Bradenton Beach. $40 per Your Authorized
If N. A_ 778-
week Included. Phone

FOR: SALEi 4-rra. Hone P 3Q, FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer
Pot Reel J-rm. AOcs. Yearly rats*.
ROY M. PHilLIPS Near the beach.Phone 7711407. Holmes Beach
5600 Marina Drive,



3 April 22, 1965 THE ISLANDER PaSte 7


. :$$$$$ VALUE ANNA Llc.n..J MARIA EUcHicolContractor ELECTRIC* ell Hwi BUILDER...>t..nd tuitefcl OF t..i for HOMES.lti.ws.1.1...J
Gulf Drive .t Pin Av."". R.......II"I. ACUIt..... A
; T You will save lots of money on this BRAND PHONES L. (ROY<)D.FERGUSON 771-2143 R..III....,-..Trwrw. ,'v...rtr.. y
f NEW CBS 2-Bedroom Home. Close to--and ,. Nlf&t 771-2059 NORMAN ROSEDALE
-' "" Ann Me ri.. 771-1410
- with GULF PRIVILEGES. Closed Garage. ---
I consider this a Good Buy at ONLY $10,9001!

J RALPH M. PAAIISH. .... PIGGY -HASSIIMOOM.. A..ci. Island Shopping CenterPHONE

5 Pelt Offffk ....... AmM Mri .....: 778-1902 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
... c...C.w.sn...t1.,.8n11..
AU.." Pikt,A..c.I.

1 .....i .,
2 B Oil Heat Double
2 BR, Carport.
$m Corner Lot, Near Beach, Well Landscaped. Protect Your Aral (stet. /"'' lm'
A STEAL AT $11,500 12th Si Wm IIADENTON. FLA. 'h."",74).4541 1

$4,000 CASH

JOHN B. PROTHERO Model Apartment

1.ls.,," Rul Estate Irohtr-Silis t Ruttls
Open DailyLET
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach


Residential Lot 80 141

S 29BOO Terms

Home at 612 Key Royale Drive (top), purchased PHONE 771-1641 4101 MARINA DRIVE
2 lots 90 x 110 Y recently by Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGarey of Wayne, HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
Pa., through Key Royale Homes, Inc. Features of the ,
CLOSE TO HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING home, which was completed by the Wm. B. Lee Co.,
are its unusual Bahama styled roof and 40-foot patio.
New Bay front home at 611 Key Royale Drive (lower),
$2,750 tacit Tarns custom built by the Wm.B.Lee Co.for Mr. and Mrs.H. ,
Gtrtrwdt ltosli|' M

1 1JI Fran Maxon, Associate Mil )
Bedroom CB Home
!i'% ANNA MARIA. PLOftlDA 'J* 1 1n
Central Heat & Air Conditioning

... .
Electric Kitchen & Florida Room ""

KEY Separate Garage & Hobby Room ......,.


A 1965 MODEL For Appointment FRONT ApartmentsOn



DICK WAGNER, Ruhy For The Discriminating; Purchasers
Who Arc Looking; For Enjoyable: Living

Phone 778.2663 And Freedom From Care .
2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach


Many Advantages To Be FoundAt
, This Most Desirable Gulf Front

froM Location Within Walking Distance

) JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD Of Holmes Beach Shopping.Our .

This Beautiful 3-Bedroom, -Bath., 1965
Itt-Oit lUck Ir.. heck
Model Home at 603 Concord Lane on Key
Royale has 95 feet of seawall--plenty of space 10 140 Z>id Dtplu $2,250 Salts Representative Art
I for boating and fishing activities Handsomely Available Daily At The Apartments
landscaped, with all the trimmings--we now FIX IT UPA
offer it for sale at a discounted price of only big old frame house with worlds of space,
$21,000, for occupancy next winter season.We needs a little fixing and paint. Has modern They Will Be Glad To Explain To You
will rent It from you to use as a model until apartment attached.
you need it. Can be bought on terms of $3,727 SnAt IT fir $1,500AD..dpC..ll.f72x The Several favorable Purchase Plans
down, and $113.50 per month. Ask about the

I Two other model homes also offered for saleat flit SMW.M All for $3,750
$18,500 and 39000. OR PHONE
S.. 533 [., ItytU &frf \ IV111OfYffOPIAfATCOPOf11ITIIJfl
With !.. ll| Matt Yl.. I
Haw 0,.. IM "MclUi -

Phone 778-1917 JACK MARSHALL halter p. O. BOX 1152

MODELS OPEN DAILY 10 to 5 M 4 M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDALuraday


Page R THE ISLANDER Thursday April 22,1965



t Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows, r me.
Fans Hospital Beds HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER 8 eaedt/ed 8at)6 DAY'atd &
5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone jl vut lUeW UtWI Salt And Remember pwebufdo1M
and mail
we gift
778.1771 Days t l'I\\ FREE

.. t ] 778-1440 Nights ._ j I 1j! Every SIWI.4 hINt Dlyra kwar

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic LampIn

NEW and USED CARS Cool, CQX> .
the Store

r V..th 011J
AS LITTLE AS $138.88
8 to 20

"PHILCO Many New II J Lamps, Just Arrived 12%
NOISELESS Telephone 778-1019

1965 AIR tM tt utclctmc t* lullle /

T4 \ l
5000 BTU's to 27,200 BTU's 9eeee7Nc.Sm ? ;

PHILCO Exclusive I 5 year Warrantyon TOYS GAMES HOBBIES/
the Complete Air Conditioner FOR CHILDREN S ADULTS

'74ta4OQB. tom 6.9X to *25.00
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.

.. 778-1020 .
". C org.& V.roMcOonold '
Away rA AA
I SAVE OVER 20% Plan tl'rtrAPhone
Baked Fresh Daily .
.... .,.. 778-1161
on Manufacturer'Su....t.4 FUUU Prlc.i a.c I..sww n.an Uu. e"

Contains specially treated Oil

i to help prevent cracking HANDY DANDY
I and peeling ISLAND BAKERY

$ C98 rrg PHONE 778-2616 OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.
ONLY u *Per gallon
Oil Base only i tOMc /3.c/C&t s," LIW.JW
White & ready-mixed body colors OUR STAffs 77I-1MQ SHOPPING CENTER 778-2801
Maestro & trim colors extra May Hou.n t.ln Rosemary Hartr
David Chick Marge Hall
1 Holnts ItKh Supplies lie. WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY Call 778-2012

778-1131 e. S.dtft4

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Nationwide Plumbing Contractor

5306 Holmes Boulevard

o Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
Motor ClubWe

have always offered "the best" from this YOU RING 778.2023
agency and this is why we secured a Nationwide ............... -WE....IIING... ...
,........,::0.-- Motor Club Dealership and became affiliated Gordon The House ;, Chianti:I :
.. ,_ .- -_ with the Nationwide Motorist Association. Thisis Of
o. \ -- Wine
\.o ....... ...... \ .._ _c. ... -t' ;.-,. a national organization and is dedicated to Vodka Courtesy ; $1.49
--: 0 ,. "safety and service"for America's motorists. qt. $3.99 ; quart
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_. ---:: -0 /
-. .--- -',, ,1 I Protects Yoi Cordials ; J CantainO.MB1eckMrry
-- ... .
& M As.fe.la..d.11oM. Blend
.- -(- Anywhere Yoi Go OeMCec.P.'I Sc..._.,. o It $3.78 fifth
I It
___ ... .. '. I : N 3 for 510.00I
I < ..
or c:::: Fifth I $2.99 Y
MANATEE COUNTY -WATER- !(Bay i/lrea i nsurance :; Let ALL Us Fill /; BRUGAIChampagne RUM

COMPANY, INC. Extra Dry :Your Party 3.5ths
Business Office 778-1697 778-1548 2.Sths-$6.50 Needs : $10.00

1// Shopping Center, Holmes. Beach, Florida closed Saturday at noon I We Cover The ENTIRE Isloidr
f T Upho* 7 7 S-2022


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