The Islander
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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: February 18, 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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Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good



Holmes leach Grants Store Remit I

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After lengthy discussion resolution to be read. The

Tuesday evening, and a vote was even because

split vote of the Holmes Alderman John Holmes

jI Beach Board of Aldermen, abstained from voting because -

,' '."' ..,' it was agreed to issue a of a "conflict of
""' .'' '' ''I permit for building of a Interest." Holmes' father

,( r". store at the south end of owns part of the land in
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;;1":' discussion opened Aldermen Merrill Tritt
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:. > '" with the reading of a long and Sidney G.Brown were
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statement the
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# Alderman
Harry Varley, Aldermen Varley andF.
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who in favorof Bouvard Shell
..' was strongly voted to
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I granting the permit. it.
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; Elmer G. Twist The tie broken
Mayor was
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'Ij". Golf and Country Club wm''kKM fnt'61 Key Royale,
be held at7:30p.m.Monr\In>c.,:also will address the

day, Feb. 22. It will take' meeting.

place at the pavilion at the Sponsors of the club to

Manatee County Beach. date are: Mr. and Mrs.

Refreshments will be Edmund G. Angevine; Mr.

served, and the program and Mrs. Myron Rose;

will include messages Ruth M. Stoltz; Edith M. I,

from Jim Grout, Class A Schaldenbrand; Mr. and ''I
member of the Profes- Mrs. Walter Byron Mr.

,-. r 7 4 .. ,.. sional Golfers Assn., and and Mrs. Ralph G. Wills;
an associate on the pro- Dr. and Mrs. Edgar W.

fessional staff at De Soto Huth; Mr. and Mrs. Harold -

Lakes Golf and Country J. Sanborn; Mr. and

Club, and eminent golf Mrs. George E.lngersollt;
course architect, AlbertR. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
j 4::' vR LLw ?R ..... Anderson. Doth these Gray; Mr. and Mrs. RobJ[
.,. g .rl men have Inspected the ert S. Feeley Mr. and
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'1.\ ; the Frank
?( site of proposed Key Mrs. O. Moyle;
Royale Club. Mrs. Margaret C. Mit-

A progress report on the chell; Mr. and Mrs. S.

.. present status of the pro- Norman Rosedale; Mr.

r ject will be made by (Continued on Page 2)
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Scott Elected Chairmen I

Carl F. Scott, former Harrison, who headed the

mayor of Holmes Beach, commission for almost

.. last week was elected the eight years. Harrison will

...\.. ..,...... ... chairman of the Manatee take over as vice chair-
'... ... .... .,.". .. ...,' :" County Park Deach and man.
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Recreation Commission. According to Scott he

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. since of
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Walter W. Dotkln. also
a resident of Holmes
FUN IN THE SUN: The recent almost unbelievablywarm the three young ladles pictured above to spend their Beach, was reelected
I and sunny weather on the Island for the time time on the beach making sand castles and playingIn secretary at last week's

of year has provided Just the right atmosphere for the surf, and really enjoying their vacations. rzJ meeting of the commission. -

I Four Candidates For Holmes leach loard Of AldermenFour member. He of too the has organization been a-

for a number of
candidates for the city marshal for seven Adjustment In Holmes announced last week that years.

three seats on the Holmes years, will seek another each, and he and his he would not seek rcclcctlon. Other members of the

Beach Board of Aldermen one-year term. wife, Rena live at 223 lie was elected in CARL /. SCOTT commission are Walter

have filed petitions to Holmes, who has served South Harbor Drive. They September of 1963 after Ho replaces as chair Hardin( of Dradenton. and

have their names placedon on the board for all but have no children. David Boozer had resign- man, M. II. "Mickey" Jack Wynn of Oneco.
the ballot for the Mar. two years since the city Moorman, a former New ed.

9 city election. They arc was incorporated in 1950, York City advertising ex
In New York'To
incumbent Aldermen John is executive vice presi- ecutive has lived In the r
E. Holmes Jr. and Col. dent of the Manatee city about three years Open Tuesday HOLMES BEACH CITIZENS

Sidney G. Brown Jr., and Federal Savings & Loan now making his home at If you have NOT registered or re-reg-
John Nell and Jackson S. Association. He lives on 6304 Gulf Drive. He has "Sunday in New York
Moorman. 58th Street with his wife completed special assignments the second production of istered since 'last March ((1964)), you

Other candidates whose and four children.Col. in Mexico Centraland the season by the Island MUST register by March 5 in order to

names will appear on the Drown who lives at South America for Players will open at the vote In the March 9 city election.
ballot for reelection are 103-79th St., is running Tropicana Products. lie Anna Maria Community

Mayor Elmer G. Twist; for his second term on the la married and has one House Tuesday evening.

City Clerk Mrs. PaulineH. board. lie has live In the son and one daughter.All Feb. 23, to run through

Archer, and City Mar- city since he retired from candidates run on a Saturday Feb. 27.
shal Leon F. Stafford. the Army in 1960, after citywide basis. Aldermenare Tickets and reserved ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

Mayor Twist a retired making military service elected to two-year seats for the play may be V.t.. ........
executive of a large mer- his career. lie had owneda terms. obtained at the pavilion at T.-,.

cantile chain, is runningfor home here for many Voters may register the Manatee County Deach T..>.*.** **

his second oneyearterm. years. lie Is married and until noon, Friday Mar. from 2 to S p.m.,Saturday I mm H.... 4 *m MlfXFtb. $

Former residentsof has a grown son. 5. Feb. 20. or by phoning
9--68 78 72 82 66 None
New Jersey, Mayor and Nell, a newcomer to politics Other members of the Prank Schroeder at 778-
Feb. 10-68 75 75 84 67 None
Mrs. Twist now reside at has lived in the city board of aldermen, whose :2675.
Feb. 11 72 76 77 82 68
-- None
604 Crestwood Lane Key for about five years. lie terms of office have another Heading the "Sunday"cast .
Feb. 12 -73 78 74 83 68 None
Royale. was a supervisory employee year to run, are will be Jim Zerby .
Feb. 13 72 75 73 82 68
Mrs. Archer is seekingher at the U.S. Arsenalin Board President MerrillM. a veteran Players' performer .. .
Feb. 14 73 74 74 82 68
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ninth consecutive one- Watertown Mass for Trltt and P. Bouvard who also is
Feb. 13-6) 74 74 76 66 None
year term as city clerk. 30 years. lie is chairman Shell. assisting Director Harold
Stafford who has been of the Board of Zoning Alderman Harry Varley (Continued on Page 2)


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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 18 i.

Following are two Associated Press articles from eflse .

Orlando, where the Florida League of Municipalitieshas by THE EDITORIt
held a three-day meeting this week.
obvious observers at the Holmes
was fairly
Florida cities seek the power to annex simplyby
passing an ordinance. But they want to be ableo Beach meeting Tuesday evening that someone on the
: do this ''palatably./' board of aldermen had changed his thinking not long
before a vote was taken on the matter of granting a
They hope the 1965 Florida legislature will find r
permit to build the controversial Three Suns storeat M +
their proposals "palatable" and will give them the
the south end of the airstrip.
authority to annex adjacent, unincorporated areas.
what it is worthafterthe
Merely as a prediction--for
At the same time, Florida cities want to make it
about the store and the oppositionto
tougher for adjacent, unincorporated areas to in-
it, it will have a tough struggle to make the grade.A .
corporate. This will make it harder for unincorpo-
fairish of its potential customers are
rated sections to avoid being annexed.
disenchanted with the idea of a storeon
already having
That's how the legislative committee of the fourth
and it also faces in the
the site, competition
annual conference for city officials Sunday describedsome
Immediate area, in a business which is about as
session.of its objectives during the 1965 legislative competitive as any business can become. NETS DRYING (Uland.r Photo by Rn R.don)

the of the Three Suns are
And incidentally, names
The annexation proposal was discussed at the
opening of the three-day conference and Is patternedafter "Morn, Noon and Nite," not"Tom, Dick and Harry, Letters---

the authority which North Carolina cities have.In as has been rumored. *
brief Florida cities want the authority to annex Dear Editor:
unincorporated adjacent areas if at least oneeighthof When you are around the Shopping Center, don'tforget Mayor Twist, aldermen and some irate citizens of
the area to be annexed rests against a city'sboundary. to take a peek at the art show at the Island Holmes Beach have asked me to comment on Gene
Bank. Cox' letter in last week's ISLANDER.COX .
City officials want to make it impossible for an : "Something must be done about our airstrip."
unincorporated area within three miles of a cityto FM fans who are looking for a good FM station in Comment: "Where does he get the possessive
become Incorporated. the area would do themselves a favor to try the "our"? The strip is privately owned by Holmes,

Here's how the 11 members present on the legislative offerings of WBRD-FM in Bradenton. Good music Giles, Mickelsen and the estate of the late Francis
for the most part, and very few commercials. Karel.
committee for Florida cities said their proposals
would be palatable: COX: "The immediate solution lies wholly and
A city would, by law be forced to spell out in One of the most amazing performances on the rightfully with Holmes Beach,which alone can prevent
detail what benefits an unincorporated area would Island is the annual food festival of the Episcopal the immediate calamity threatening this vital and
receive when annexed.A Churchwomen. The group's seventh annual festival unique facility."

city would have to state why it believed that took place Friday, and such are the momentum and Comment: There is no calamity threatening,either
an unincorporated area should be annexed. This, good will which have been built up,the sale resembles immediately or in the future forever.

it was explained, would be based on the need of Macys basement on a Thursday morning. The doors COX: "Experts and users of the field say such a
good government for sound urban development.A were opened to a waiting line at 11, and by 11:30, building will seriously impair or destroy the useful-
city would also have to show that the unincorporated everything had been sold except a few jars of pickles.Our ness of the strip."
has chief assistant returned from the sale with a few Comment but Cox has said
area a certain density of population. : Nobody a proposed
Explanations by mayors and attorneys showed first items she had managed to buy, and commented that 15-foot building would "seriously impair or destroythe
that two persons per acre would be sufficient. There she felt something like a sparrow in a badminton usefulness of the strip." There have been

was another proposal of one person per acre. game. w objections mostly designating the store as a"mental
Meanwhile, they want It compulsory that at least hazard," but not one pilot will stop using the strip if
300 property owners be Involved In an area which the store is built. It will be outside the strip and will
seeks incorporation and that at least two-thirds of not Interfere with landing on or leaving a runway about
these must approve before a new municipality can 2,000 feet long.
be created.An COX: "The City of Holmes Beach should lease,buy
annexed area, it was explained, would be assuredby CLAMS or condemn the subject lots. A slight financial efforton
law that it would receive all city services in the part of the city can save this desirable featureof
approximately 18 months. the Island."

The municipal officials stressed that it is imperative Comment: The strip is in no danger of being lost.It .
that Florida cities be granted the power of f does not need saving.Since when has $10,000 of the
quick annexation if the state is to have continued people's money become a "slight financial effort?"

-progress.; If the lot is zoned so no building may be erected, the ,
The cities want the power to annex based on this highest of three appraisals is $2,500. The lots needa

procedure: 'SUNDAY HOLMES BEACH seawall at $1,500 to $2,000. The legal costs to (
First, there will be announcement of Intent to (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1)) defend a suit brought to compel the city to issue a
annex, and the area being considered will be describedin Igo in whipping the play Holmes, after the city permit or to file for condemnation proceeding wouldbe
detail. There will then be a public hearing and into shape. attorney, Clyde Goebel, an open-end expense account starting at about $500.
the city council, or aldermen, can then pass an Others in the cast are: explained that there was COX: "It now appears that Holmes Beach may granta
annexation ordinance.No permit for construction of an unneeded
Rebecca Sue Duffy, who no other way to break the grocery
one at the meeting--there were 35 present-- portrays Eileen Taylor; stalemate. Holmes said store at the south end of the airstrip."
mentioned the possibility that a public hearing Jerry Saxon who will play he felt an owner shouldbe Comment: The store is needed by the man who paid
might bring out valid objections against annexation.It the part of Russell Wilson; allowed to use his landas $10,000 for the lot; will Install a seawall for upwardof
was assumed that after a public hearing the Jack Dietrich Adam Tay- he wanted to, and votedin $1,500; will build a store at an unknown cost, and
annexation would follow. who has a signed lease agreement for $58,500 over a
lor, and Lois Wilkinson. favor of granting the
The attorney for the Florida League of Municipalities Jerry Spencer John Shal- permit.In 15-year period. The real estate salesmen expect
explained that if the legislative proposals under low and Elaine Smith,eachof Holmes Beach, which their commission. The former owners of the land,
consideration are passed a city will be able to annex whom will play severalof operates without a charter having paid taxes on it for more than 15 years would
two or more areas at one time. the lesser parts. under Florida Statutes, like to enjoy the sales price.

The Florida League of Municipalities Tuesday Curtain time: 8:30 p.m. the mayor cannot vote. When a piece of property Is zoned commercial for
adopted a legislative program aimed at making it grocery stores, the city has no legal right to deny ;J.t
easier for cities to grow. GOLF MEETING Mrs. Clayton W. Bower; permit though there were a dozen grocery stores lithe
Opposition came from representatives of two (Continued from Page 1) Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rey- immediate vicinity.
small cities, Anna Maria in Manatee County and and Mrs. J. Stanley Sar- nard; Rev. and Mrs. II.C. COX: "Will something be done about the airstrip:J '
Gulfport in Pinellas County.In geant; Mr. and Mrs. FrankJ. : Benjamin; Mr. and Mrs. Comment: Whatever is done about the store will not] '

the four-bill package to be offered to the Brechlin; Mr.and Mrs., Wyatt Blassingame; Mr. affect the physical limitations of the emergency
legislature was a measure to allow cities to annex S. Abbott Hutchinson; Mr.. and Mrs. John Donnelly; strip. It will remain. It can never be an official
by ordinance.This and Mrs. II. E. Cox; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. regular commercial airfield, for there are so man]
bill would make city expansions more simple and Mrs. S. E. Johnson;; Kimball; Mr. and Mrs. violations of regulations that would apply. The cit]
but it is not "instant annexation," said Hollywood Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ralph H. Parrish; Dr.and office Is in the way. The streets running along eacl
Mayor William G. Zlnkil Sr., chairman of the Scoggins; Dr. and Mrs.K. Mrs. G. P. Hamilton; Dr. side of the strip are too near. The worst menace it
league's legislative committee.The W. Stenstrom; Mr.and and Mrs. Arthur H. Die- 56th Street, directly contiguous with the south end<
procedure would take considerable time, he Mrs. Charles H. Hulse; drick; Mr. and Mrs. *F. the strip, and above all, the new marina, with boat<
said; it would require cities to spell out what Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. David Boozer; Mr. and where the flying decks are 15 20 feet above ;
benefits they could offer the areas they desiredto Nash; Holmes Construction Mrs. T. R.Loizeaux; Col. water line and aerials and outriggers reach up man]
.. annex. Company; Mr. and and Mrs. James C. Coch- feet higher. The marina Is in the direct glide path fit
One opponent of the measure Gene Cox of Anna Mrs. Alfred H. Blrkman; ran; Mr. and Mrs. FrankD. planes coming in from the south end. '
Maria Mr. and Mrs. John P. We in Holmes Beach can take care of ourselves andj
said the and
bill was a "foot in the door" by Smalley; Mr. Mrs.
four or five big city league members who ultimately Huth; Mr. and Mrs. Don- Charles E. McCormick; the airstrip.
"will seek the same powers to annex our little ald T. Probasco; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cullom Harry Varley
cities." Mrs. Carl G. Mattson; Walker; Mr. and Mrs.R. .
"You aren't going to get Instant annexation but Mr. and Mrs. John F. J. Barnes; Mr. and The Islander
instant persecution of the cities Cox said. He Tobin; Mr. and Mrs. Oli- Mrs. A. C. Reppenh gen; An UJ pmJ .t Weekly vUisVe4 every n.rUe
was joined in his negative vote by J. P. Clymer ver Randolph; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. Kirk by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
of Gu Mrs. Harold E. Clark; White; Mr. and Mrs.
314 PI.. A"*.., AIM. Mofie|UeJ, Flwifc.
Zinkel said small cities are protected by one Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Frank H. Schroeder; Mr.
provision of the proposed bill. This provision Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James. A.Sherman EDITOR... -......___.- STEVE KIMIAll
forbids a city to annex areas which include incorporated Peder Mickelsen,and Mr. Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. ADVERTONG MANAGEJUMAJtGE KIMBAIL
areas of another city. and Mrs. R. G. Alford. James F. Beaver; Mr. MAIL ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737.Anna Marta Florida.
Zinkel denied the charge of large city control, Others are Mr. and Mrs.O. and Mrs.Merrill M.Tritt; TELEPHONE. : 77C-202I.
pointing to the "cross section" makeup of the K. Van Curen; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William B.
legislative committee. Mrs. Edward Swartz; Mr. Lee; Mr. and Mrs. How SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3,50pet
. Another bill In the legislative package would and Mrs. Dewey A. Dye ard S. Adams, and Mr. :3 year $2 for ADVERTISING six month. Canada RATES, \JIIU4l

make it harder for areas to Incorporate. To do Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. TroupH. and Mrs. Ernest Cagnina. $1 per per column year. Inch. Dlacouni of ten a ::
so would require action by at least 300 property Rickerson; Mr. and Founders' memberships percent for iiconaecutlvelnaertlonaIf : "-
owners with two-thirds of them voting in favorof Mrs. George J. Cotellis; will close when construc- paid by tenth of following month. Q.
incorporation.The Mr. and Mrs. Joe DlFed- tion of the club officially National or agency placed advertising, J
other two bills would amend a state law erlco; Mr. and Mrs. JohnP. begins. Any other persona rt.rr..w II.26 per column sstswo Inch.- .. ...
dealing with annexation of areas with 10 or fewer Yerly; Mr. and Mrs. C. interested In becoming CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY..
registered voters. Emmett Smalley; Mr. and affiliated with the club
The Florida Supreme Court recently held section Mrs. A. L. Genung; Mr. will be welcome to attend Entered the ac Act Second of March Class 3.matter 1179.under

171.04 of the law unconstitutional, saying It placed and Mrs. J. D. Webb;Mr. the meeting Monday even-

legislative powers Improperly in the hands of and Mrs. George E.Engel; ing,or may contact Adamsat MANATEE COUNTY ONLY HOME OWNED MnsPAPlIPage
the courts. Dorothy W.Smith; Mr. and 778-1917.



Thursday February 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3S'iwe'

falls aKacache Epsilon Alpha Chapter Meeting

Epsilon Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi met last
Shells week at the home of Mrs. John Van Ostenbridge of
Holmes Beach. Members present were: Mrs. F. B.
Shell, Mrs. C. A. Weaver, Mrs. James Ayers, Mrs.
And HOW does your garden grow? Chick Chapman, Mrs. Ronald McCormick, Mrs.C. .
E. Brewer, Mrs. James Clark, Mrs. Clayton
Three years ago we planted a dozen Dutch iris bulbsin Bower, Mrs. William Britt, Mrs. Norma Bruce and
the Episcopal Church garden. According to the Mrs. Fran Maxon. Mrs. Charles Hulse, a preceptor
supplier, these, like tulips, are member from Ottawa, was a guest. .
considered annuals In Florida. There will be a Beta Sigma Phi luncheon and card
I Today I've seen them bloom for the party at the Bradenton Country Club on Wednesday,
third consecutive year--as large Mar. 3, with a buffet to be served at 12:30. Mrs.
I and deep blue as the original Bruce will represent Epsilon Alpha Chapter in the
blossom. If you miss your northern fashion show.
spring flowers, do plant some of Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Bower and Mrs. Maxon were
i these bulbs to add sparkle to your named as a nominating committee. Mrs. Britt and
1 spring bouquet. Queen Anne's lace, Mrs. Robert Hoffman were chosen to judge essaysof c
"' which grows rampant in northern junior high, high school and junior college studentson
fields, also will grow as a perennialin the "American Way of Life." The contest is
our sandy soil. It too, is a real sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
asset to the mixed arrangement.
High Twelve Club To Hear KnowlesThe

The mango trees are loaded with blossoms this Island High Twelve Club will meet at noon,
year. A neutral copper spray applied every two weeks Thursday Feb. 18, at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club.
while the tree is in bloom keeps down fungus which Speaker at the meeting will be Robert E. Knowles of
causes immature development and blemishes on the Bradenton, an attorney and former state legislator
fruit. who will speak on the subject,"American Presidentsin
Masonry." This talk should be of special interest
Last fall I watched a gloriosa lily bloom and to all members of the Masonic fraternity, and any
produce a large seed pod. Thought I would plant the and all visiting brothers will be welcome to attend.
seeds if they ever matured. This week the pod split The following week, at the meeting on Thursday,
open to reveal eleven bright red, beadllke seeds. Feb. 25,Mack G.Britt of Bradenton,Deputy Insurance
Planted them immediately and hope they'll develop as Commissioner, will speak.
do Easter lily and amaryllis seeds. One word of
caution, if you re planting gloriosa bulbs. No matter Shrove Tuesday Pancake SupperThe
how innocent they look, they are really gypsies at Episcopal Churchmen of the Church of The
heart, and may go wandering all around the garden. Annunciation will sponsor a pancake supper on
If you leave them In the ground during the winter Shrove Tuesday, Mar. 2. Servings will be at 5:30
(and don't we all), next spring you may find them and 6:15 p.m. Tickets at $1 per person may be
leaning toward starboard. And if you decide to dig obtained from members of the group, or by callingthe
them up, try and find the sneaky little crawlers. church, 778-1638.
Speaking of amaryllis, they should have an application -
of liquid fertilizer now and a second applicationas Episcopal: House Tour And Exhibit, Tea.
the buds start to show color, according to The eighth annual tour of homes,with an exhibit and
successful growers. They do particularly well on the tea at the parish house, will be sponsored by the
I' Island because they prefer neutral or slightly Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The
alkaline soil. Like rabbits, they multiply, and offer Annunciation on Sunday, Mar. 7.
much reward for little. effort.. Theme of the exhibit this year will be "Travelers' .. .4l
Treasures," and persons having collections of I
Want an abundance of color in your garden a articles from this or other countries are invited to
couple of months hence Why share in the pleasure they gain from them by letting
not plant some nasturtiumsthis such collections be exhibited. More Information may Some of the Island birds which will be shown In
week? Soaking the seedin be obtained by calling Mrs. A. F. S. Mackenzie at color slides and discussed by Allen I Hitch of Hradcnton
water overnight softensthe 778-2454, in the forenoon, or Mrs. N. II. Schafer at at the meeting of the Island Garden Club at the
outer shell. The next day 778-1883, in the afternoon or evening.An Island School Friday evening, Feb. 19. (Photos by
, just poke them into the sand early call will be appreciated. Talbot M. Brewer)
with your finger, cover them I
up, water them once in a
while, and watch for them to -SPECIALS-
sprout. Do be careful not to t
overfeed them or you'll have Pete
blooms.magnificent foliage but no THURS FRI SAT ONLY

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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday. February 18.1965

Gusts aflfh Motels BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr.' and Mrs,
Charles Jacques of Marshall, Mich. ..Mrs. Alice

MEKRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mr*. Karl R.Hlne of Petersburg Llebherr of Dayton, Ohio, and daughter Paula.
Ont...Mr. and Mr*. W.D.Moffat of on.....Ont. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mich...Mr. Longstaffof
PALM COURTS Mr.and Mra.Justin Wabeke of Hudionvllle
and Mr*. Adrian Baumann of Holland Mich...Mr. and Mr*. Calvin Cole of Erieau, Ont. Rev. Joseph Stagl, Rev. Gordon
McFarland.Traverse City Mich.Mich., and family..Mr. and Mr*. Milo Edwards Johnson and Rev. S. J. Tenpenny of Milwaukee.

w EAST Of THE SUN Mr. and Mr*. E. D.Mizer of Weitenrllle Ohio. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
SEA ISLE MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. L.W.MacDonald of Hyde Park. N. Y. Hengstler of Gas City, Ind.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr.and Mr*.Henry KUleta of Beach Haven.
I N.J...Mr. and Mr*.James W.Jone of Cincinnati...Mr. and Mr*. Hubert PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
C.KlmbaU of Hartford City. Ind. Shannon of Forestville, N. Y.. Mrs. Edith Haw-
TRIPP'S COURT Mr. and Mr*. A. Jurgen of Delavan. WI....Mr. and
Mr. W.H. Blank and Mr*. E.C.Hofer of South Bend.lnd. baker of Monticello, Ill.
ROD k REEL MOTELS Mr. and Mr*. Fred Lyon of Wayland Iowa,and PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Amll Ebertof
famllr..Mr. and Mra. R. B. Wllllamion of Bluefleld. W. Va...Mr. and
Mr*. Walter Flacker of Bailey Harbor Wts...Mr. and Mr*. Max Barnes Rhinelander, Wis., and daughter. Dr. Joseph
of Caatalia. 01110...Mr. and Mr*. Letter A. Penery of Muncie JncL..Mr. Orr of Germantown, N. Y., and family. ..Mr. and
and Mr*. Cordon A. Tyler of Cowanda N. Y...Clen C.Moysey and Al
Knapke of Eaton.Ohio. Mrs. George Kramer of Scarsdale, N. Y.
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Henry M.Morris of Westerly R.L.. MANN COTTAGE: Mrs. Robert Mann of Hempstead -
Mr. and Mr*. Walter J.Schnebel of Dallas,Texas...Mr. and Mr*. William
D. Mlbroy of SlIvanla.0II10..JobnE.MallerofJ.me810wn.N. Y..Mr. and L. I., N. Y.
Mr*. Everett Pickering of Edinburg W...Mr.and Mra.Henry Dllledrlng of SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. JosephA.
ip Royal Park.N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. Harry A.Could of Clarendon Hill. ilL
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. Lola Guthrie of Cannonaburg Pa.,and son...Mr. Richards of New Hyde Park, N. Y.
and Mra. Sidney Tripp of Wlllaboro. N. Y..Mr..nd Mr. John Blagg of THE SANDMAN APARTMENTS:Mrs.Naomi Cookof
tyx Park Ridge N.J...Mr. and Mr*. Edward Deal of St.Joseph Mich...Mr.
and Mra.R.H.Alvenon of Wlnaton-Salem N.C...A.D. Paul of Tampa... Cleveland, Ohio. .Mrs. Lee Early of Pittsburgh
Mr. and Mra. J. C. Kelly of Jackson Mich...Mra.William Druso of .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simpson of Indianapolis...
Chicago and son Mark...Mr. and Mr*.Rex Chamberlain Jackson Mich.
...Al Petry of Crown Point. lnd...Mr. and Mra. Franklin Davis of Mr. and Mrs. George Rising of Sauquoit, N. Y...
Schenectady.N. Y..Mr. and Mra.Virgil Andrew and son of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Croft of Dayton, Ohio.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr.and Mrt.John Echleburyof Shelby. Ohio
9 x4 ..Mr. and Mr. Clarence Price of Portland 01110...Mr. and Mr. John ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. August
Durum of Baltimore...Mr. and Mr. Robert M.Keaterof Charlotte N.C. Boetch of West Orange, N. J.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
THE ROCKETTES CULF TO BAY MOTEL:Mr.and Mr*. John C. Winslow Plains N. J.
Schmidt of Scotch ,
of Weitbrooke.MJnn..ndp.ny..Nr.and Mr*.C.Abby and Mr. and Mra.
K. Kuaher of LaGrange, W...Mr. and Mr*. Earl Grime of Cheaterfleld. MR. AND MRS. JAMES KNIPE of Poughkeepsie,
N.H...Mr. and Mr*. Arthur W.Lowe of Wilmington, Vt...Mr. and Mr*. L.P02..eU month in the Hanlon
N. Y. are spending a Cottageon
of Harudale, N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. J.C. Angle of Saraaou..Mr.and ,
.. ,f. Mra. R.Raamuaaen of Chicago, and party..Mr*. Dorothy Carrlco of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria.
: k Detroit, and son...Mr. and Mr*.John M.Carlaon of Onovllle.N. Y...Mr. MRS. NORMAN HARTMAN of Kenosha
p : ''I'' and Mr*. William C. Wilson of LouUvllle, Ky.. and party...Mr. and Mr*. ,
;' I tt.. .\ > 1i C. P. Riley of Buffalo, N. Y..Mr. and Mr*. John Zurich of Avon Park... Wis., are occupying the Adams Apartment.MR. .
i>i It' Mr. and Mr*. W. C.Odell Jr. of Kannapolli,N. Coo.Mr. and Mra. W. W. AND MRS. L. A. WARNER of Adrian Mich.,
; Gore Jr. of Lakeland on their honeymoon...Mr. and Mr. M. Frayr of
Grass Lake Mich...Jobn J. Clair of Lake Forest 01. are visiting their son-in-law and daughter,Mr. and
Y KmrJ! CABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mr*. Frank Anderson of Matawan. N.J. Mrs. Robert Judson of Holmes Beach.
...Mra. Caroline P. Bilk of Perryeburt.. N. Y.
.. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD WULF of Milwaukee and
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mr* D.S. Korn of Columbus Ohio. ,
MISS ANNA MARIA ISLAND TEEN QUEEN--Last Harry Johnson of Michigan WII...Mr. and Mr*. Olin Simon of Barton their three daughters, Chris, Candy and Cheryl,
Vr...Mr. and Mra. Walter South of Quebec...Mr. and Mr. Harry Bookerof
year's Teen Queen, Dawn Cavendish (right), places Lakeland..Mr. Mr*. W. H. Lyle of Fort Meade..Mr. and Mra. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parks and familyof
crown on the head of the new Teen Queen, ShirleyVan B. Clarkaon of Oaaeo Minn...Mr and Mr*. Perley ChappeU of Milford Sportsmans Harbor, Holmes Beach.

Ostenbridge of Holmes Beach, at the Teen Queen N.B. H.H..Mr.Ylngllng and of Mra.Indianapolis.W. Saunders..Mr.*and of Calllpolla.Mr. J. C.Ohio..Mr.Hlleman of and Muncie Mra. MRS. PEG CLANCY of Gulf Drive,Holmes Beach,

Ball at the Youth Center Friday evening, after the Ind...Mr. and Mra. Frank M. Lawthe of South Gate.Calif...Mr.and Mra. has as guests, her daughter, Miss Mary Ryan of
latter had been chosen of Teen Club Roy Snare of Halifax Nova Scotia...Wakeman King of Bridgeport. Conn... and John Lawton and Dana Noble of
by a vote mem- Mass.
Mr.and Mr.. Arthur B.Sharon of Greenfield,Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. George Quincy, ,
bers. Runners-up were Jean Witt and Cindy Teel. Look* of Fort Thomas.Ky..S.T.SideeofColumbus.()hlo...Mr..nd Mr*. Newton, Mass.
Miss Van Ostenbridge is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. H. JamcofSaraota..Mr.andMre.RaymondWhewell of Ferris 111... MR. AND MRS. BEN SEAMANS of Factoryville
Mr.and Mra. Henry M.Curtis of Milford,N.H...Mr. and Mr*. George H. ,
Aaron Van Ostenbridge Jr. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Rising of Sauquolt N. Y...Mr. and Mr.H.roldWuIf of MIl..ukee..Mr. Pa., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Byron Arkebauerof
and Mr*. George Metxler Jr. of Madison Helghta.Mich...Bill Bauer. Jake
E Holmes Beach for the tenth winter in
Radio Edwin S.Arnold and Willis Arnold,all of Mansfield. Ohio...Mr. and Avenue ,
MISS GERALDINE LOWE, daughter of the Rev. and Mra. D. Barbutt of Dunmllle Toronto Ont...Mr. and Mra. Richard Nye of succession.MR. .

Mrs. Gerald K. Lowe of Holmes Beach, recently was and Chamberaburg.Mr*. L. D.P.Yates...Mr.of Vienna and Mra., Va..Mr.Harry Darley and Mra.of Belvedere.R. M. Cole 01.of.Falls.Mr. AND MRS. W. LIONEL BURKE of Thornhill,

named to the Dean's List at Florida State University, Church Va.HARBOR Ont., are vacationing at their 85th Street home until
where she is a junior. She attained a 3.1 average.MR. LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Howard Kennedy of Marshall.
MICk...Mr. and Mr. Herman E. Moll of Wlllard.Ohio...Mr. and Mr*.
AND MRS. MEL AKINS of 56th Street,Holmes Elmer T. Belt of Brookf leld. Wit...Mr.and Mr*.R. W.Cook of Needham
Beach, are attending the annual public relations Height. M.**...Mr. and Mr..I.Workman of Morrison W...Mr. and Mr. May.GARBAGE
D. H. Evan of Columbus Ohio..Mr.Mr*. Robert Zuldlm of Morrl-
conference of the Florida Bankers Association,being son.Ul.CAPRI. PICKUPIn
the conference BEACH APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mr .W.T.Turner of
held at Orlando. Akins is attending as Brandywlne.
Md..Mr.and Mr*. Roger W. Arnold of Fairfield Conn.S. ( )
representative of the First National Bank of Bradenton. S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mra. Arthur Kolkman of North
Muskegon Mlcb...Mr. and Mr*. Robert W. Copenhaver of Indlanapolui. Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT:
First Con-S2.2S-Each Addlrlmial C IP PAID ONE IN ADVANCE
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Thursday, February 18, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5
EARL E. BARTLETT G r Iff I t h-Cline Island the Island. BOWLING LEAGUES -
63, a resident of Taberg, Chapel was in charge of Born in Farmland, Ind.,
N. Y., who was spendingthe local arrangements, witha he was a retired uphols- ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE P. Chapman 437 Bay Area Inaurance 3, Pet ReyMr >
blind Marine Supply increased 1U W. Miller 447 ft Reataurant 1.(Jim Borden I S6,
winter at the Pines memorial service to be terer. He was a member lead In the Island Mixed League dill C. Schuchard 440 Uoyd Hanaon. 324; K.P.Smith 113,
t Trailer Park Bradenton held in Canton. of the Friends Church in week by winning all four point In lea B. Carter 433 Bob Judson 306).
match with Bayou Marina Friday P. Mac 409 VanOatenbridge Builder 3. Cray.
Beach, died at his homeon /71/ Muncie. ...nin.. High ccore In the match C. Arkebauer 406 Econowaah 1. Jim EcIdo... 199
Thursday, Feb. 11. He JOE E. ALEXANDER, Survivors are his wife, were Frank Moc. 19f- 21. and Glenn R. Haverkoa 400 Prank SmIU.,. 321).
was born in Orwell N.Y. 14 of Stewart's Mrs. Clara Belle Sattord. 181-492. Bayou Marina 3,Poser Men'a Club 1.
Apart- Penery
Other scores were Anna Maria City HIGH GAMES (MEN) (Ernie Bradow 194. Gary Wagner
and was a retired foremanfor ments, Oneco, died on two daughters, Mrs. Eve- Pier 3. Island I Furniture Center 1. B. Arkebauer 227 :309 Richard Wiggins. 222-347).
the Rome Mfg. Co.He Sunday, Feb. 7, when he lyn Womack, Bunker Hill (211-310)Earl Carter.. 204-493;Roy Ferguson L.R. Hanson Ferguson 210 ZU.LEAGUE STANDINGS
was a member of the Zion drowned at the south end AFB Ind., and Mrs. Rob- B I K Hardware 3.Island Trader 1. E. Carter 201 Schuchard Plumbing 66
Episcopal Church, Rome, of Anna Maria Island. erta Benedict of Muncie, (Lloyd Hanaon.210-372;Pat Bull 147, B. Arktbauer 201 Tropical vista 63
Bob Relnel. 419). L. Hanson 200 Island Marine Supply 37
N. Y. Born in Fayettevllle, and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Island Pharmacy 3,Connlck'a TV 1. F. Mac 194 Bayou Marina 33
Survivors are his wife, Tenn., he had lived in Grubbs of Anderson, Ind. (Harvey Meyer. 19f- 66; Jimmy An- H. Meyer 194 Bay Area Insurance 52
deraon. 179. Dick Connlck. 414) C. Bower 192 VanOetenbrldge Builders 32
Mrs. Caroline Bartlett of Manatee County only a Griffith-Cline Island Sand Bar 3. Linen Rental. (Byron H. Meyer 192 Cray's Econowaah SOArkebluer.
Taberg, and two sons, month. Chapel was in charge of ,227- 711 Chick Chapman Island Bank 31
172-503): HIGH SERIES(MEN) Webblllland Pharmacy 36.5
David D. Bartlett and Survivors are his father local arrangements. Fun- Schuchard Plumbing 3. Dick Wagner L. Hanson 372 Pete Reynard Restaurant 28.3
Gerald W. Bartlett, both and mother, Mr.and Mrs. eral services and burial Realty 1. (Bob Guild 191. fh Peg B. Ark bauer 371 The ISLANDER Z7Hottmln.
N. Y. Jack Alexander were to be in Farmland.ROBERTA 171. Bud Hottman 487) H. Meyer 366 Posit Men'Club 27
of Rome, ; two sis- B. Guild fl'LEACUH -
Services and intermentwere ters, and five brothers. STANDINGS P. Hoc 321 TOP TEN GAMES
to be in Rome.Grif- Funeral services were FARAGHER Island Marine Supply 37.3 R. Ferguson 310 B. Guild 232
Anna Maria City Pier :30.3 C. Chapman 301 R. Schuchard 223
fith-Cline Island Chapelwas held at Griffith-Cllne Island 70, of the Sea Isle Motel Webb' laland Pharmacy 49 E. Carter 491 R. Wiggins 222Connkk's
in charge of local Chapel Monday afternoon Bay Boulevard. Anna Maria TV Service 47 C. Safford 492 J. Wukhet 219
Bayou Marina 46 P. Flanagan 490 A. Raamuaaen 211
arrangements. with the Rev. died at his residenceon Island Trader 45 C. Bower 490 B. Adair 216
-I I I Richard K. Wiggins, pas- Tuesday, Feb. 16. Bornin Sand Bar t4' I R. Schuchard 200
Dick Wagner Realty 43.3IS THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE J. Eddowe 199
CAPT. DAVID F. BEN- tor of Roser Memorial Liverpool, England, he Linen Rental Service Island Marine Supply Schuchard B. Arkebauer 194
THAM, 71, of Broadway, Community Church, offi- moved to Anna Maria in Island Furniture Center 31 Connlck' TV A. M.City Pier E. Bradow 194
I. I
B ft K Hardware 17 Island Furniture Bayou Marina
Longboat Key, died at a ciating. Interment was In 1957 from Lakewood, Schuchard Plumbing 32.3 Dick Wagner Island Pharmacy TOP TEN SERIES
local hospital, Wednes- Mansion Memorial Park.FORD Ohio. He was a retired Sand Bar Island Trader B. Adair 397
HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) Linen Rental B' K Hardware R. Schuchard 391
day, Feb. 10. Born In W. I cost accountant, and was D. Bower 199' 1 1 B. Guild 387
Chelsea, Mass., he had FREDEN- also owner and operatorof D. Warner 177 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE J. Wulchet 366
been a resident of Long- BURGH,69,of Swift Water the Sea Isle Motel. C.W.Schuchard Miller 174 170 the Schuchard Island Bowling Plumbing League held its Monday lead In C.G. Carlaon Dykatra 331 330

boat Key for the past 12 Point, Ivy Lea, Lans- Mr. Faragher was a P. Hottman 170 evening by sweeping Its match with A. Raamuaaen 348
his home in downe Ontario died member of the P. BuU 167 Island Marine Supply. High scores In R. 347
winters from at North J. LoClcero 166 the match werei Kay Schuchard.223. B. Conan 329
Canton, Mass. He was a Manatee Memorial Hospital American Manx Assn. D. Bower 163 and Bob Adair 597, and Jim Wutchet. L. Hanson 324

retired harbor pilot; a Saturday, Feb. 13. He Emmanuel Lodge No. 605, C D.. Schuchard Bower 163 162 219-366 Other scores Tropical Vista 4,The NEXT WEEK'S I SCHEDULE I
member: Blue Hill Lodge, has been a winter visitorto AF&AM, Cleveland,Ohio; I I I ISLANDER 0. (Bob Guild 232. 171 Island Marine Bay Area Insurance
HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Pat Flanagan. 172-493). Pet Reynard The ISLANDER
Ancient &
the the Island for
the Scot-
AF&AM, ; past Accepted D. Bower 324 Island Bank 4. Webb' Island Phar- Island Bank Schuchard Plumbing
American Pilots Assn., four years,from his homein tish Rite, Cleveland, and P. Hottman 462 macy 0. (Jim Ayer. 190-312s George Bayou Marina Island Pharmacy
and had served in'the Lansdowne. He was a was a veteran of World J. LoClcero 437 Thlbodeau. 168-491). Rosen Tropical Men'Vista Club Van(Econowaah 1enbrldge

United States Coast Guardas chartered accountant. War I.Survivors. .._. "".._'. _,-- ....- -
a commander during Survivors are his wife, are his wife,
World War II. Edna C. Fredenburgh; a Mrs. Alice M. Faragher;

Survivors are his wife, son, Purvis Fredenburghof two daughters Mrs. Ruth .
Mrs. Eve E. Bentham of Ottawa, Ont.; two Thorman of Lakewood, ,

Longboat Key; two daughters brothers, Floyd Freden- Ohio and Mrs. Eileen

Mrs. Patricia burgh of Hamilton, Ont., Fabel of Bay Village High-hanging coach In

Conley of Sanford, Me., and Norman Fredenburghof Ohio, and two brothers this case being used as

and Mrs. Thelma Mc- Toronto, Ont., and two James Faragher of North j a sign. Here it was
of Green Olmstead, Ohio and Har-
Allister Bay, grandchildren. caught by the talented
Warren Grlffith-Cline Island ry Faragher of Nashville
Wis.; two stepsons ,1 camera of Rene Radon.I .
Huntsman of Canton, Chapel was in charge of Tenn.
and Nelson Huntsman of local arrangements and G r Iff I t h-ClIne Island

I Augusta, Me.; three funeral services and Interment Chapel was in charge of I

brothers, Edmund Ben- were to be in local arrangements. Fun-

tham of Exeter, N. H., Lansdowne. eral services and burial
and Robert Bentham and I -I ; were to be in Strongs-

Arthur Bentham of Lynn- LESTER A. PENERY, ville Ohio. mil,

field, Mass.; 14 grand- 58, a resident of Muncie, I
16 while LUenae4 Electric! He.,..* twlteble for IU4
grandchildren. vacationing one c-h.C...s ell MCI* m4 e.uJlfl.ns. The FOR
Gulf O.L..t Pin Awn". .._4.11..., AMltlwit ft AHMo4 Gulf Park
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Sleeves & Sleeveless WESTERN ) CHUCK STEAK Lb. 49C 1. Thwr 12JU 1.f 2it2 *. I.C .w 0.2 7i24 *. 0.4
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FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF-3 Lbs. $1.39 20 Ut 2.47 1.4 2>S9 ps 1.7 !*I9 0.4 f.24.0.1
I Bluc-Ycllow DEL MONTE CATSUP-20 Oz. Boctle 2 for 49C 21 $.,.. M2 1,1 ),11 *.1.' fti4J 0.610.10 p. 0.0
I Orangc-BUck-Whitc Kraft Mayonnaise w/ $5 Order Ot. 39C n ..... V2223T 0.t 4101p.1.$100.. 0.1 11.45 p..0.1
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CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED Roser Guild Friendship Festival F

BERNARD MISSION aura.* payment requiredf Members of the Women's Guild at Roser Memorial iJ'Ia J.

(CATHOLIC) HM8-S1J09-SO minimum Community Church have put the finishing touches on _

R.". Frond F. WelsmlllerUASSi modern FOR SALE house.: $3.500 Nice: cabinets.buys 4-room Tile decorating and arranging the various booths for the Jk..2I

SUNDAY 9, 9ilS & 10l30 bath. Screened porch. About 200 feet International Friendship Festival. The doors will
WEEKDAYS from water, and a block from city open promptly at 11 a.m., Friday Feb. 19, and the
HOLY DAYS 8 am & S pra pier. Call 778-2407._
festival will remain until 4 or until all
BENEDICTION- open p.m.
ROSARY & FOR SALE Canal lot.POx 120 with
WEDNESD'XSi.7130 wn seawall. 75th St., bland Homes Division items are sold.
Harvey Memorial ChurchNonDenominational Holmes Beach. Make offer to: Mrs. Jim Adams Mrs. Wallace Warner and Mrs. It El
Tom Wortley. 401 Alameda.Middle-
( i i I) members of the
town. Ohio. Ralph Schambers decorating com- _
Bra4enton Beach STAMPSLECTORS. k SUPPLIES FOR COL- mittee, have announced that the booths will represent
R.". A. W. Sinn Come In and let us fill _
THURSDAY those empty spaces In your album. Japan, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, India, Mexico and K wa _
7tOO pm Social Hour We carry a supply for everycollector. the United States.A .
You're welcome to come In It browse.M. .
SUNDAY am I9il5 Sunday School L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies, luncheon will be served, beginning at 11 a.m.,
10130 am Worship Service 2403-1 FLORIDA 4th St. W.radenton t47-2SI6. with a donation of 75 cents to be asked. Mrs. Hollie Home at 213 82nd Street. Holmes Beach which has
TUESDAY beachfront 211 It 340' on Anna Maria. Ellis and Mrs. Clyde Phelps are co-chairmen for been purchased recently by Mrs. Bessie Lee Kaiserof
WEDNESDAY 6lOO pm Covered Dish Supper Public Auction Feb.23,bankrupt sale the luncheon. Monticello Ill., from Carlton Wilby of Holmes

2iOO pm Woman's Fellowship Trustee Federal Court.S22-77th Contact St.,Holmes John Beckett.Beach Mrs. Wallace Gray and Mrs. Gene Cox will be co- Beach and Haddonfield N. J. The transaction was
7iOO pm Choir Practice Fit., Ph. 778-3333. Highest bidder chairmen of the booth where homemade foods will be negotiated by John B. Prothero of Holmes Beach.
ChrUtla Sclonco Sarrico cash ALTERATIONS only, appraised on all at kinds$63.000.of .Cloth- sold. Mrs. James Ward will head the handcraft booth (ISLANDER PHOTO)
\ A. M. ......
CoawMMilty Ing. Also Dressmaking Or apes.Mrs. committee. Mrs. Ronald Archer and Mrs. Hartley
SUNDAY! p rank Heard Phone 778-1431. of white booth. >. Irl I '' 'L_
\ Blackburn will be in charge a elephant :! '' '''
9tOO am Sunday Service WANTED TO BUY: All U.S.Coins "-' "r'7'; ?:'I
I Cold. Currency or Foreign Coins of Mrs. Edward Kahney Is chairman for the apron booth
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Country or old Medals, Tokens, and a sweetheart booth will feature Japanese decorations -
...". Lee nallill. Pester Byron: Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
THURSDAY J4th St. W.. radento, Eh.747-2SI6. and will offer for sale jewelry, candy,
7'30 pm Voter Vita Class YEAR AROUND P flowers, and other miscellaneous items. Mrs. Ethel
7130 pm!Flaelis ClassFRIDAY EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISHED. Wydler and Miss Helen Bradley are cochairmen.The .
3(00 pm Jr. GA WINDOWS WASHED OILED. public is Invited to attend this annual event at
SATURDAY REASONABLE RATESReferences.KEN the church which is located on Pine Avenue, Anna
7iOO am lien's Prayer Breakfast
after 4:30 PM. JIQ-gSthST-- B-
8i4S am Sunday School FOR SALE: 1 18">>\ lOiOO ServiceSl30 League
am Warship complete w/ 50 HP Evlnrude electric
pm Chapel Choir A-l like
tarter etc. condition new.
6l30 pm Worship Service Estate settlement. Call Norm. Bayou Manatee County League of Women Voters will
7l30 pm Youth Fellowship Marina S. Bar Blvd..A.M.778-H23. meet at the Bradenton Cabana at 1 p.m., Tuesday,
FOR SALEroom home with bath.
i30 am WMU Study Meeting In good condition,and well landscaped. Feb. 23. Dr. Richard Stewart assistant superintendent -
TUESDAY MUST SELL. 305-55th Street. Call of public Instruction, will address the meetingon r
7iOO Church Choir .
WEDNESDAY pm 778-1402.MUST SELL AT ONCE FOR CASH: the subject "Public Education, Its Future in -
4iOO pm Intermediate GA Beautiful, extra large residential Manatee County."
7tOO pm Prayer MeetingRA corner lot In Holmes Beach. Boat Stewart'stalk Chalet model home at 605 Baronet Lane Key Royale
A will be made of Dr.
Sunbeams and beach Included. WriteP. tape recording
slip rights which has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Rose Msiasrlol ChrrchN.D.newin.Hen.l O. Boa 757. Anna Maria for and will be played at the evening meeting, which
.. ._ of Bradenton their around home. The
liy.Hfm. thAn mite nff .rReasoner" Brown as year
will take place at 8 p.m.at the home of Mrs. Florence
( )
home was built by the Wm. B. Lee Co., and the sale
Rev. Bickers' K. VieeUe Wilt of 1905 -15th Avenue Drive West.
handled by Key Royale Homes Inc. (Islander Photo)
Pastor Anson All women Interested in education are invited to
THURSDAY! attend and hear Dr. Stewart. Communion will be observed at both services and
7iOO Croup 7 at Church
8i30 pm pm ".n'. Chorus Roser Stewardship Sunday the special communion offering will be sent to
FRIDAY --J4 Church World Service the cooperative ministry of
.. International Festival
SUNDAY ItiOO Telephone Sunday, Feb. 21, will be observed as Stewardship many churches in the area of relief and rehabilitation.

9iOO am Worship Service 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 Sunday at Roser Memorial Community Church.
Cub Pack Blue & Gold
lOiOO am Sunday School BanquetCub
Information the financial of the
II tl 5 am Worship Service DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. concerning program
7(00 pm Youth Fellowship church for the year beginning Mar. 1 has been mailedto Scout Pack 7 will hold its first annual Blue and

MONDAY! all friends and members of the church and the Gold Banquet at 6 p.m., Thursday Feb. 18, at the
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7
WEDNESDAY ELGIN Every Member Canvass visits began on Feb. 14. Gloria Del Lutheran Church. The banquet will featurea
10 am-t pm Mission Workshop Pledges and annual gifts to the church budget will be covered dish dinner with all the Cubs parents and

Church Tho Annunciation Water Softeners presented upon the altar of the church for dedication leaders of the pack attending.Speaker for the evening

(Episcopal) during the two morning worship services. Offering will be Charles Tonkin former career Scout executive -
Rav. Gerald K. Low*. Rector & envelopes may be picked up after each service to who is now a Bradenton resident and still activein

'THURSDAY Filters be used in the coming year. The Sacrament of Holy Boy Scout work.
9iOO am Holy Eucharist
10130 8:00 am am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & Is i .._"c. Provincial Freocfc Al.sis>...

Sermon Gloria D.I Church Lutheran School Church ROY PHILLIPS It dimntwUtr [Golden Opportunity DaysWORLD'S

R.". Lotrer M. U.z. Pastor PHONE 744-5142 NORTH END OF LONGBOAT KEY
SUNDAYiOilSom Luckoo at .2-D ...* al 6 ,...
Sunday School OR 778.1486 Tel Soroaota 38S-2805 + Ii
10130 em Worship Service
Ui3O ... Choir RehearsalLen FIRST

..... Island Ctiae el
(Mo.-tfl, BPliuB) e") DRY


SUNDAY SATURDAY 10100.m ttOO pm Choir PTSTOI Rehearsal Ccoup Phone 778-1944 tfl [ I Ii

9:15 am Sunday School 5340 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
l30 am Adult Bible Class
1 1 lOO am Worship Service & (Opposite the Shopping Center)

Planning lo build ?

,. Tmt Department See us for your blue prints Hurry in now while they last1
PenoMl LoamCommercial
o. : Least \ *... l):

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2406 9th St. W. Bradenton, Florida JET/

For the HolmtsBoach OLDEST BANK IN THIS AREAMENSES Phone 746-5221

Policy Call 746-7121 rote A IS SEWI6 SO FAST!

New Deep Action Agitator

11 1e' 1"tUu-.. CTMtn ction"jet cleaning current for"deep

t l i NEW a Jut.Away lint removal-nexxH
F P'T'D lint trap.

... ?lIe Ware Tel 1xl4' I a Jet pin assures quick drying.

L IIINTERNATIONAL Jet.timpl mechanism hAS

1 Licensed Agents I fewer*part for top dependability

JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE 4 Model eaten WDAM or ..asterlip

5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach

778-1022 778-2009 GMAC


FRIENDSHIP FESTIVAL Island Air Taxi Service {() 5 PLAN

Friday February 19-11 a.m. 4
p.m. ... bens a earn to ... ps>..yeS.
....... -.... 1. .....
Food Silt .11. Eltp.uts CALL

fl. w ., I Hiidcriftt 778-3132 EIIIJd FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

Aprils Jtvtlry

LIIC.OI 75 Holmes Beach Air Strip Your Authorized

HOWELL INC. 6 Service Dealer
Pine Avenue, Anna Maria .. AIR. FRIGIDAIRE Sales

Everyone Welcome! 457.62nd St. HOLMES BEACH 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
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February 18. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7


4 SiiKt; 1197 see one we have Just listed at ONLY$14,500!--or !Itloiui! Shopping Center
Piotttt Yo" Reel (state.restme.t if you want to build your own, we have a very PHONE 778.2<<.4 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
special buy in a large canalfront lot at 2700. c...E.W.qp...R.,.Brkt
!l2th Si. Wttt IRADENTON, FLA. Phone,741.U&' WE HAVE THE FINEST BUYS ON THE ISLAND!!! AU.."Pik.,A*..cil.
(as $20,000 Post Office ,..... Anna Merle Phone: 778-1902 I WIDOW MUST SELL
Now $15,500

wo-Bedrooms; Two Baths; Central Heat; << 2 BR Bay Front HomeFurnished.
Automatic Attic Fan; Carport; Large Utility SPECIAL -
d Laundry Room. Large shady screenedrch. .
Close to Gulf In Holmes Beach. BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being
:ellent lawn and landscaping. offered I with low down payment and reasonablemonthly ONLY $13,000

JOHN B. PROTHERO Shown by Appointment DICK WAGNER, kilty

listirtd Rul Estott Broktr-Sdts I RnU
DUPLEXIdeal Phone 778-2663
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach investment for retirement: Spacious
2217 Gulf Drive Bradenton BeachFH8Y1
units w2 bedrooms on each side fully
equipped and beautifully furnished. Central
heat. Excellent terms.
BeSuretoSee You -
We finally have a listing on a waterfront lot
we have been asked about many times. This [ Buy a Lot,
SL ASIDE (I\KDE\S has a most superb view easy boat access to
Tampa Day. Size lOOx 120.Price only$6,0001! Cheap?
Models Open DailyJACK lF" Cheap?
For the Discerning and Discriminating buyer Cheap?
we have a beautiful and unique home with all
HOLMES, Realtor modern conveniences--PLUS a fabulous view HERE'S YOUR CHANCE! Nice & Wide(75ft.)
--PLUS an extra, seawalled lot, unusually In Tip-Top Neighborhood--DoatDocking
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE landscaped. Shown by appointment only. Rights Included. Paving Paid.

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Gwtradt HissiifiHt Just $2,000

i'!' '" R..ltore-
Don't Miss This! Q \ JACK MARSHALL Rtiltor
r m I tIP Fran Maxon, Associate "'\ ,_

Two-DR Home facing directly on the Gulf. INA WILDING PHONE 77*.1331/ M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Has: 2-1/2 baths; pleasant living room; F\ < ANNA M1. FLOIIIOA ''//'
spacious kitchen, and NOT ONE--BUT TWO
FLORIDA ROOMS! Many large closets; ,...-. I
central heat; 2-car garage with 3-room "-V
and bath guest apartment, which has its own Ili'
private entrance. Well furnished and equipped : f. BUILDRETIREMENT A BRIDGE
and only a short walking distance to (
I Anna Maria Shopping Center. Ideal for large )f'' f. I
a .family. or.for.a home.with extra Income.. 4 I :_1' "'

$37,500M.h.r .... ...-.. ..
'" -
Real Kst... ,-- _.

Rid. litili Bnkirs ,
7702 Ctlf Dd,., Mats luck 7711151i i' "
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Dost of oil-

someone else!

,._. .y does the wokl

New Home & Lot


CANAL _: A residential apartment
i weekend
I b>>. o
retreat or o vocation

ROOF, CENTRAL HEAT home now-a full time Icon

OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL 5. living lottr.


Other New Homes From 5400 Gulf Drive

$14,900 Including Lot, Condominium Apartments
"on the Gulf o'' Mexico"
lawn, and Landscaping.CALL Presented by

Office 778-1917 in SKIPPER or Visit MODEL Our nmooT l DfvaofH CODHIl

.b table, Sues Meifftr
P.O. Rex 1152, Ntlats 8.scb, Fltrldf. T.lt>i.i. 1711'111sday

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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. February 18. 1965


RENTAL SERVICE Call 778.1472 'le' ,---r'i ; -" .r:;

-ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE- Ofeuutff C unatt we.po#- at the

Folding BEACH Beds, Linens EQUIPMENT., Blankets, Pillows ...Where... s ::

214-54th Street Holmes Beach There is always/ Something New Hats

, To Please You! Jewelry// ,
Call 778-2012 frf&Flowers
I u ate cvdcMKC fo 6 owe Bags ,
e Sc 'uccl and 4' \
f8> .
Plumbing Contractor Gift & Mail Wrap Freed
I 59.50 Beach Cabanas 'lilr Lending Library
5306 Holmes Boulevard Now $ 45.00 ,.W 51., H4 I.... D.rtlC"."

Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies Pumps Repairs 159.00 King Size Cabanas ,,"Xtf..7 _, _

You owe it to yourself 49.50 Double Now Size Cabanas$125.00 <
to have a Now $ 35.00
peea rfvuvect


PHONE 778-1019 Whipped Cream

12" PORTABLE TV full skirted & sheath styles
Complete Cleaning Coverage
-- 10 to 20
QUALITYMAKES We Are Agents ForrFrench sizes
12/2 to 26/2
Imperial Cleaners ,
DIFFERENCEAnd and !e Sane .,.. '

Bradenton Laundry & Dry Clea sand
7" ;
remember i11
You can have a WE have a NEW Oan oacc
Coin Operated Dry Cleaning Machine "
FREE Color demonstration Te'a11: f

ISLAND TV 778-1703 HOLMES BEACH COIN LAUNDRYIN Lay .." '.\I.. .!, ,I Phone
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. THE HEART OF TilE SHOPPING CENTER Away '
Plan '. :... .
You have the shells---
Rubber iECso.luswA .A{Won.lA
Carpeting And the inspirationWE --- _
Plaques-Jewelry Findings-Boxes


Yard Wide WOMB. ',' 778-1020
.SH G&V...
Cut to Any Length Desired McDonald 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

AlsoPlywood EVERY DAY
..I4N! & JU,< *' ISLAND
& MasoniteCut OUR STAFPi TTt-lMO
May Hou ntt ln R t raary Hartr Nancy Young
to Order David Chick Marg Hall

Holmes leach Supplies Inc.
778-1771 Days

778-1131 ISTAIIBMOJ 778-1440 Nights

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach OIL HOLMES BEACH O

AAA Service Full Time Mechanic



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'Always -
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Don't worry. With Auto-
Owners Boat Insurance Philadelphia fifths 3 for $ 9.75
you're completely pro-
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motor falls overboard. Fire Town Club fifths 3 for 9.00
and theft and collision pro
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Owners agent today and
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Stop ;and; Shop in our Wine Department.We : .

Also have;; ;a; Complete Line

Manatee County Water of Ready;; Mix Cocktails

,I (Company) (/Jagreagnsurance Phone 778.2023

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