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 25, 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
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The IslanderTHE xi FLORIDA .> :


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good C


Island Fire District ReportA I

year-end report of the fire calls, for four house

Anna Maria Island Fire fires, seven grass fires,
Control District shows a two heater fires, and two
total of 32 fire calls for fires caused by electric

1964, for a total fire loss wiring.In .
of $4,025. Dradenton Beach, the
The Anna Maria Fire fire department answereda
Department answered 15 total of 14 calls. Six of
the calls were for house
Fire Department
fires one boat fire, two

car fires, four grass or
Annual Attic Sale
brush fires, and one false
Members of the Anna alarm.
Maria Volunteer Fire The Cortez Fire De-

Department arc now col- partment had two house

lecting Items suitable for fires, four grass fires,
their annual attic sale, a trailer fire, and one
which will take place late false alarm.Numerous.

In March. other grass
Scenes from "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK" the Island at left arc James Zerby Jerry Spencer, andPlayers' The firemen suggest that fire calls were handledby

second production of the winter season, Rebecca Sue Duffy. At right are Miss Duffy Zerby, spring housecleaning will the fire marshal Leon
which opened at the Anna Maria Community House Jerry Saxon and Jack Dietrich. Some tickets are be easier, and possiblefire Stafford, with his truck.

Tuesday evening, to run through Saturday. In picture still available. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) hazards eliminated During the year, a new

If seldom-used Items are pumper was installed In

Golf Course Members Enthusiastic removed from closets and Cortez at an approximatecost
A. M. Organizational MeetingThe
I other storage areas. of $12,000.BLOCK .
Large old appliances and
At Fodders' Meeting Anna Maria City Commission met Tuesday metal bedsprings have not 6 SOLD I

morning to appoint and re-appoint city employees, sold at previous sales, Block 6 of West Wind i

A "founders' member- the meeting increased and to re-assign the commissioners to their duties. and should be sent to the Shores Subdivision was I

ship" meeting of the Key their stock subscriptions Frances V. Maxon was re-appointed city clerk; county dump,according to sold at auction Tuesday i
Royale Golf and Country with the result that only Robert R. Moses, vice mayor; The ISLANDER, the Aaron VanOstcnbridge, Feb. 23, for 40000. The
official newspaper to carry the city's legal notices; but purchaser of the block
Club Monday evening was $14,000 in founders' stock department president, j'
held at the County Beach remains available. Howard W. Scott, superintendent of public works and almost any other consumer was Mrs. Frances Lewisof
pavilion. According to Howard S. building and plumbing Inspector; Earle Murdock items will be accept- Anna Maria.
The 60 persons who I Adams temporarychalr- superintendent of maintenance; the Island Bank the able. The land, lying between
attended the meeting were man of the organizational official repository for city funds; Harold C. Johnson Donations may be dropped 69th and 70th Streets,and
enthusiastic in approvinga committee for the club, & Co., auditor, and Walter R. Talley city attorney. off at the Anna between Gulf Drive and

proposal to incorporateand the remaining stock is Assignments to the commission were as follows: Maria Fire Station, or the Gulf, formerly was
to start constructionof available to Island resi- Mayor Harvey G. Meyer, Finance, Legal Matters requests for having the owned by Mr. and Mrs.
and Court Sessions. Commissioners Alma Haynes and items bo Jean-Paul St. Laurent.It .
the picked
club and course as dents and businessmen on up may
I Eugene Cox, City Parks and Grounds, City Real oJ
soon as the committeehas "first come, first serv- made by calling John was auctioned by order
Estate Sanitation, Youth Center Representative and resident fireman of the Federal District
a total of $160,000 in ed" basis, with the same Engel ,
stock subscriptions.A required minimum of $500 Beautification. Commissioners Thomas McKay and at 778-1272. Court following St. Laur-
number of persons at for each subscriber. Moses, Street Lighting Mosquito Control Fire Residents arc remindedto ent's bankruptcy late last
Protection Erosion and Drainage. Commissioners
, Dick Grout, a use the above phone year.
Mayor Of LakelandDaughterInLaw century member of quarter PGA. Cox and Haynes City Ordinances, City Pier, City number for routine calls. Seventieth St. was one of

and a member of the staffof Buildings, Elections and Franchises and Insurance. The department number, the two streets closed by
the Do Soto Lakes Golf Commissioners Moses and McKay, Streets and 778-1I0I, is for emergency the Holmes Beach Board

. and Country Club, spokeat Roads Bridges, City Machinery Land Clearing and use only. of Aldermen In June of

Of Island CoupleThe the meeting. He said the Mowing. Holmes BeachReRegistration 1963.
of Earle Cromer chairman Norman
already close tics proposed: site of the club Appointments ; Island Youth Center
RoHcdale, A. R. McFadden, Gertrude BlasHlngame
between Lakeland and the was exceptionally good,
and Sam Adams, to the Planning, Zoning and Review
Island were tightened and that he felt the plans Directors Elected
Board reaffirmed.
further last week when for the club wcrccntircly were Holmes Beach residents
Mrs. Lois Scar!. dau h- feasible.A Appointments were reaffirmed of Ted Tripp,chair- who have not registered Meeting at the Island
ter-in-law of an Island letter was read from man; George Wagner Talbot Brewer Wyatt Biasslngamc since the municipal elec- Youth Center last week,

couple, became the first Albert Anderson, a golf and W. R. Kermode to the Zoning tion In March 11J6.f, must the directors of the ecu

woman mayor of that city.MAYOR course architect In which Adjustment Board. do HO in order to vote In ter elected five new
Anderson also praised the Chief of Police Gene Stewart was ordered to check the city election! Mar. 9. members of the board of
proposed site. speeders on Spring Avenue. lie wan Instructed to Deadline for registering directors.

Peder Mickelsen, who issue no more warnings, but to Issue summonses. will IMS noon, Friday, Mar. Elected to two-year
A complaint about congestion of traffic at the 5. terms were James Borden
heads Key Royale Inc., Qualified persons may
corner of Magnolia Avenue and Gulf Drive was din-
owner of the site for the register each weekday at and Mrs. Mary DeMattla
cussed. It was agreed that trucks unloading at the
course, also addressed the city office between of Holmes Beach and
IGA Store will have to do so at the rear of the
the meeting briefly. 9 a.m. and I p.m. The Mrs. II. C. "Bud" Green
Additional! subscribers building. city clerk. Mrs. Pauline and Wallace Warner of
not previously listed arc Plans for a proponed new city office building were Archer, will bu at the Anna Maria City. Mrs.
r Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leon-: reviewed by the commission. If and when built, the city office from 6 to 8 I Carl F. Scott of Holmes

ard, the Island Bank Mr. office probably will be located at the rear of the p.m., Ihurtiday, Mar. 4, Beach will servo the one
and Mrs. Elmer Foster, community house, facing Pine Avenue. Norman to register hone who arc 'year unexplrcd term of
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford KoHedalc submitted .an; estimate of SI7.CXX unable to get to the officein I Mm. Fran Maxon. who

David, and Miss M blc D. the morning. I resigned recently.


I L.. Among thorfe already en-

rolled In the club, who ; HOLMES BEACH CITIZENS
increased their sleekIng
tubscrlptlons at the meet .... I If [ T '(P31 stored or re-rcg-

LOIS SEARL were Mr. and Mrs. ilr. V .TTO swi iou IITI Y1Pvq]' I 1 lI'tY March ((1964)J ), you
In life the Frank J. Brechlln. Col. } Mllif TOT I
private new .orr ou taro anus HMO HIU' HCHC '" w
mayor is Mrs. WilliamC. and Mrs. James Cochran .i. Mia iOifqrch 5 in order to

SearlJr.daughterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1 1)1 vote In the March 9 city election.
of Mr. and Mrs. Federico, Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Sear Sr. of Robert S. Feeley,Mr. and
102 47th Street Holmes Mrs. Wallace Gray Mr.

Beach. Mr. Searl Sr. is and Mrs. Charles Hulse ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
the retired president of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Iluth i I
Auto Owners Insurance Mrs. Edith M. Schalden ...., IUI,.4.JI.
Co. of brand Mr. and Mrs. Cut T...,.
Lansing Mich., and ,
T_,_ ..
Searl! Jr., a vice presidentof lorn Walker, Mr. and Mrs. ...
S. M 4 Hl
'* '
the same company, with Peder Mickelsen,and Mr. -
his headquarters In Lake and Mrs. Ralph G. Wills. Feb. 16 -65 74 76 82 68 .3
grocery store on Road near Route 41, which
land. According to Adams,one closed: after about three months' operation. Sign in Feb. 17 -MM 72 78 83 70 None
The new is the of the Important reasons
mayor lower hand of ," Feb. 18 .67 74 76 84 70 None
mother of three daughtersand for the success of the right corner picture says We wJfc.-du. .
presumably because of company's choice location. Feb. I9 -66 76 76 82 69 None
a son, W. C.Sear III.! stock sale program lathe ,
Feb. 20. .68 76 75 83 68 None
A building permit for a Three Suns store at the south .
Mayor Sculls a nativeof fact that the founder mem- Feb. :21 -66 74 74 78 67 None
end of the Holmes Beach was taut
airstrip granted
Birmingham Mich.,the bers will noc be subject tony
week after residents had Feb. 22--65 75 74 79 67 None
many objected.
(Continued on Page 3) Initiation fee.


2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, February 25,

Islander Editorials


Arbor Year s + Y 4 lY

During the time since the extreme cold spell In

December, 1962, much advice has been offered the
Island property owner about the desirability and 4Interesting
methods of trimming and removing the trees which A
were killed by that unfortunate cold spell.
The trees which suffered the most damage on the

Island were the so-called Australian pines, and
because there were so many of them, their loss is
the most noticeable. A little study of the situation,
however, shows that some facts have not been
rock garden at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
widely Charles Malizia of Key Royale. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
First,the Australian pine (not actually a memberof
the pine family, nor truly a coniferous tree) is nota
native of Florida. It is an import from Australia, I
and its real name is Casuarina. I

These trees were planted on the Island in the o//
mid-Twenties (verified by their absence in early

pictures of the Island), and because of their rapid A.
growth (as much as ten feet per year), they were
planted almost everywhere by residents of that day.
Life span of the Australian pines has been estimatedas -J
about 50 years, so that these 40yearoldsdid LOTS
not have too much longer to live in any event. "Knapsack" carrying basket of the Rhade tribe of
" The common practice of topping to help them Viet Nam. It is made to carry on a person's back, .
recover from cold-suffered damage has proved to and is used for a number of purposes. It will be

be not very effective. Most of them seem to die even shown in the Episcopal Church exhibit on Mar. 7.S'ilvet EDITOR'S NOTE: The following letter and ballad

after they are topped. were clipped from the Letters to the Editor columnof
Because the Island, with such large numbers of the Boston Herald.
Its Australian pines missing, resembles a small Bell aK2

boy after his first summer hair clipping, some Londoners seem to have complete sympathy and
action should be taken to replace the trees lost.It G'oclle'tells! understanding of the President's decision to remainat
should be obvious that the Australian pinesare home (at the time of Churchill's funeral.) There
not the best trees for planting close to homesor were few British eyebrows raised over Dean Rusk's
other buildings, or along the edges of streets. And HOW does your garden grow? sudden departure even though the timing was un-
But they do provide wonderful shade in parks, fortunate.
along the beaches, and in other open areas away Pull your old garden clothes out of the "ragbag" However, in view of Churchill's historic ties with
Oil the pruning shears! Start some settingup
buildings or streets. And they do thrive witha
Is than
Roosevelt there
more disappointment thata
minimum of attention and exercises to develop your muscles! What
are quite easy to plant
administration failed
Democratic to send the Vice
merely by placing the seed in a shallow hole and does all this have to do with gardening? You
President to represent his country and its people.
covering them lightly. Seeds can be found almost should know! Next month will be MarchspringIn
I have condensed such sentiments as have been
anywhere on the Island.As Florida and the busiest month of the year In
the expressed to me in the form of a ballad:
everyone knows, the common native tree garden.In .
which every Floridian calls Cabbage Palm, is one March the entire garden needs fertilizer
and don't the trees and lawns. What kind? BALLAD OF THE EMPTY CHAIRSt.
of the most satisfactory trees which can be raised forget
here. Impervious to cold, they seem to survivein How much? Some Islanders fertilize everythingwith Paul's Cathedral
just about every location and under just about 6-6-6 others use Palm Special for their January 30, 1965

every condition. And they are widely available trees, and feed their shrubs with the same. It "
without too great an investment. does seem to me that the Islanders who are "You sort of let us down, you know,

Then too, there are any number of other trees studying lawns and grasses tend toward a higher (that's what my taxi driver said)
which make excellent shade, and arc reasonablyeasy nitrogen fertilizer now to bring the color of the "We all knew Johnson shouldn't go

to grow. Advice on what, why, how, where, grass to the bright summer green. Why not But wny not Humphrey, Instead/
and when, can be obtained from the Manatee County discuss this problem with your garden supply "
.. dealer who has fertilizers of many varietiesand "I hope, sir, that I won't annoy,
agricultural agents, or from any of the competent
(he runs a lift in Regent Street)
contents. Don't water-In well to
nurserymen in the area. Clyde Phelps of Anna forget to "
You Yanks were Winnie's pride and joy;
Maria, who has been an Island resident for forty avoid burn. "
It sort of hurt, that empty seat.
years, more or less, and a native of the county
Is always willing to offer his advice if requested, Overgrown shrubs and trees can now bcpruned-- "
"We like Ike, we do, and how,
tender resulting shouldn't be frozen in
and his many years of experience as a nurserymanmake sprouts
his advice Invaluable. March. The feeding at this time should cause (he poured my Guinness in a pub)

What the Island needs iu not an Arbor Day-- new growth to fill in the naked area in a short "But Ike, he's not 'official' now, "
observed in Florida the third Friday of January, time. When you're pruning, why don't you use You came up missin', there's the rub.

but a whole series of Arbor Days, with a wide- some of the cuttings to start new plants for your-
self and friends? The bloomers "Those Greeks and Africans are fine
spread observance of same by all residents. In your early spring
fact the answer may be not an Arbor Day at all, but such as oleanders should not be trimmed now The Japanese and all the -est.
an Arbor Year, observed each week. I'LANTTRCIS! unless you want to cut off the buds which have But I'd have thought, for auld lang sync "
already been formed. It's better to prune these And Winnie; you d have sent your best!

Immediately after they have bloomed. FRANK HATCH
London EnglandIf

r LY.y New trees and shrubs set out in early spring
will develop stronger roots if they arc staked Shows In Your FaceYou
I a for several months. As you well know, we can
'l., and do have some strong winds on Anna Maria.
(. wi. ) Sometimes they carry considerable salt spray don't have to tell how you live each day
which is not tolerated by many of our finer You don't have to say If you work or play
specimens. After the 1962 freeze, many of the Since a tried, true barometer is right in Its place,
Australian pines along the Gulf succumbed. Mostof However you live, it shows in your face.

us didn t realize how much protection they
y t 4Ay provided. Now the spray carries across the Islandto The faults, the deceit you bear in your heart--
Will not stay inside where they first got their start
the Bay side as evidenced by the browned and
For sinew and blood arc a thin veil of lace.
burned palm fronds and leaves. After a good;
What you wear in your heart you wear in your face.
blow, do check your plantings and wash the salt

.. off those shrubs you really prize.
If your life Is unselfish if for others you live

Visited the Don Slobohms' garden on Jacaranda, Not for what you can get, but for what you can giveIf
you live close to God in Ills Infinite grace;
near Bay Boulevard this week. All of the plantingbeds
and You don't have to say so, It Shows In Your Face.
have been outlined in arc a
riot of color with blooming annualscalendulas,
marigolds petunias, gcrbera daisies and phlox. The Islander t

The birds visiting their feeders eat most of the An I Independent Weekly l published' every TWtdey
insects and worms so they seldom use Insecticide
spray. Native plantings of yucca and similar
succulents have been effectively used in the land- 314 Pine A...."., Anna Merle Itlond. Floride.

4'r scaping. Next door an African tulip tree, with EDITOR...._._.__.-.STEVE KIMBAll I
its showy clusters of bright orange-red flowers, ADVERTISING MANAGERJARGE KIMBALL

is in full bloom. Although this tree Is easily MAIL ADDRESS: P.O. Boi 737.Anna Maria Florida.
damaged by frost and severe winds, it recovers TELEPHONE 77-202l.
tl O quickly. Because of its upright growth; It adapts
well to small lots. It grows rapidly, is evergreen, SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S.. $3.50per
virtually free of insects and disease, and is most rear; $2 for its month CaM suitable for Island planting.; Why don't you plantone $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a
$1 per column Inch. Discount of ten :
? Disadvantages? None that I know of. percent for liconsecutive Insertions i.j ...
If paid by tenth of following month. s titi
If I should labor through daylight and dark, National or agency placed adY niltn.. ;f/1i0i
Consecrate, valorous, service true, $1.26 per column Inch. ,M. t
Then on the world I may blazon my mark; MUKMsnvvaBmxmnaV !
t And what if I don't and what if I do? CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.

Upper picture is of a collection of Nomad jewelry of Dorothy Parker Entered as Second Class matter under
the Act of March J, 1879.
the tribes of the mid-East, part of the exhibit at the .

parish house of the Church of The Annunciation on See you next week. MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY NOME OWNED MEW APIpue
Sunday, Mar. 7. Below are other items to be shown. CINNIE


February 25, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Youth Center Board MeetsThe All About People... a It ( a \'\1!

3', r
members of the Anna Maria Island Youth MR. AND MRS. ROBERT PETERS of 111 Shell

Center Board of Directors held a special organiza- Drive, Holmes Beach, have had as recent guests, ,. :
tional meeting Tuesday evening. With retiring Chair- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gormley of New Castle, Pa.; ; .
man John Huth presiding, the following new officers ,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Wennersten of Hudson, Wis.;
were elected: Mrs. Frank Dobbe chairman; Wallace v ,.
Mrs. Thomas Irvine of White Bear Lake, Minn.,
Warner, vice chairman; Mrs. Mary De Mattia, and Robert Theel of Rochester, Minn.
secretary, and Mrs. Carl Scott, treasurer. MR. AND MRS. CARL G. MATTSON of 74th 1
Other members of the board are: Jim Borden, Street entertained at a buffet dinner Monday eve-
Ernest Cagnina, Albert Cook, Mrs. H. C. Green, ning, the occasion being Mr. Mattson's birthday,
Mrs. Alma Haynes and the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe.
and the arrival on the Island of their son and
Serving on the athletic and stadium committeeare daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Eric Mattsonof
Cagnina and Warner; pram fleet, Mrs. Green; Wolcott, Conn. ?r :J
Teen Club, Mrs. Haynes and the Rev. Mr. Lowe, Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grasse, Mr.
and finance committee, all officers.A and Mrs. Carl Anderson,Mr.and Mrs. William Burd,
vote of thanks was given to the members who
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rennoldson Mr. and Mrs.
retired from the board this year: Edward Gaba, Murray Heckert, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Reddish,
C. V. Hottman, Huth, Melvin Robar, Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1 ,
Edwards and Mrs. Frances Maxon. Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Munson Mr. and Mrs. }
Cagnina announced that the Chris-Craft boat donatedby John Newcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Straus.
Dr. R. V. Meany would be awarded at a danceto MRS. RAY BRICKER of Holmes Beach was the
be held at the Anna Maria Island Youth Centeron guest of honor at a pink and blue shower last New Cub Scout Pack 7, sponsored by Gloria Del
23. Lutheran Church enjoyed Its first Blue and Gold
Apr. week at the social room of the Island Baptist I
Dinner last week. Adults at rear are, left to right:
Church. Mrs. Robert Baer and Mrs. B. C. Spencerwere
Tour Of Island HomesThe hostesses at the event. Den Mothers Mrs. J. D. Webb Mrs. L. M. Cobb,
Gifts for Mrs. Bricker were displayed on a and Mrs. Sam Bailey, and Cubmaster Sam Bailey,
eighth annual Tour of Island Homes and bathinette, with pink and white streamers cascadingfrom and Assistant Cubmaster James Borden. Membersof
Exhibit of "Travelers' Treasures", sponsored by the ceiling, and a giant stork standing nearby. Boy Scout Troop 7 In picture are Den Chiefs
the Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of The Guests at the shower were Mrs. George Black Del Bower, Greg Borden and Richard Warner.
Annunciation will take place from 2 until 5:30 p.m., Mrs. Ronald Hoard, Mrs. Bernie Edwards Mrs. (ISLANDER PHOTO BY ED BAUMAN)_

Sunday, Mar. 7. Lee Rat I iff, Mrs. Jim Steenstra Mrs. Doc Huffman, Mrs. John Jensen, Mrs. Helena Dykstra of Phillips t
Homes to be open on the tour will be those of Mrs. James Clark and Mrs. Earl Taylor. Others Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. C. Olsen of Canada. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Jones, 509 -58th Street,
who sent gifts but were unable to attend were Dorothy Kilgallen's .
Holmes Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Malizia, Mrs. John Sauerwald, Mrs. Josie Carter Buzzy "The Voice of Broadway" ;"'' .
607 Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach; Mr. and Baer, Mrs. Catherine Baer and Mrs. Millie Kaekel. column a few days ago *' .
Mrs. Charles M. Hulse, 524-71st Street, Holmes MR. AND MRS. MILTON SCHWANBERG of Mil- carried the following Item
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Schutter, 528 74th waukee are vacationing at Holiday Apartments in about Islander Penny Ful- /
Street, Holmes Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holmes Beach. ler: "Rock Hudson is tak- ,
Taylor Probasco, 806 Bay Boulevard South, Anna MR. AND MRS. CHARLES STOLTZER of 2200 ing time out from his busy
Maria.An Avenue A, Bradenton Beach observed their 57th personal appearance
exhibit and tea at the parish house of the Feb. 17, when schedule for
wedding anniversary on Wednesday, 'Strange R
church will feature many artifacts from far places, they held an open house for their friends and Bedfellows' to see Penny I
loaned by the members, friends of long standingand neighbors. They received a number of gifts for Fuller in 'Barefoot in the
new friends, all of whom are anxious to share and lIe's '
yard garden. Park. thinking of
with others, interesting things collected while travel- Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Axel Nielsen Mr. her for a part in his next
Ing. Among the items to be exhibited will be an and Mrs. Walter Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen movie"-and from Penny's
extensive collection of silver made the
Jewelry by Mr. and Mrs. Franz Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry standpoint, that must be
nomads of the mid-East. 'V. r.Jr Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sandgrccn, Mr. and awfully nice thinking. In
-: Mrs. J. Gafferon Mrs. Mary Andersen Mr. and fact, like dreaming. ." PENNY rULLfRUJfBB'S
(Continued from Page 1)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Quinn of that city. ( IslandPharmacy
She is a graduate of
Michigan State Univer- yf
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8 to 2 Sundays Nights 778.2075
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ISLANDER Thursday, February 25, 1955
Page _
Guests atfh Motels cinnati. .Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Cammack of

Burlington, N. C.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cox and MU Gladys BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Southerland
D. Munson of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. George E.Smith of Brockvllle. Ont. of I
..Mr. and Mrs. G. William Schlldman of Jacksonville 111. Newtonville, Mass. I
w PALM COURT: Mr.and Mrs. Victor Anderson of Oregon, Wls...Mr. and DRISCOLL APARTMENT: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Dick Herweyer and Mr. and Mrs. Richard De Vries of Grand Rapids, Ray I
Mich. Peters of Fairmont, N. D. .
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Herms of Mt. Airy. N. C. SANDMAN APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lauhengelger of East Rockaway. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs.
Herman E.Moll of Wlllard. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murphy of North Brooks of Niles, Mich. Mr and Mrs. H. Nau-
Riverside, 111.. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Ross of Lansing. Mich...Mr. and merski of Lackawanna, N. Y.
Mrs. A. P. Aquelino of Scarsdale. N. Y...Donald Snow of New Milford,
Conn., and aon...Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Pahnke of Kankakee.111. LINDA VISTA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. \
t4.a. TRIPP'S COURT Mrs. Irene Berger of Anna Marla...Mr. and Mrs. George Jefferson of Philadelphia.SEA .
Edward Finkelstein of Bronx N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blank of
_ Falrborn, Ohio. LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr and Mrs. S. W.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. George Hoschman of Cleveland Strachan of Paris, Ont. .Mr.and Mrs. Ira Craddockof
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. J. Eisenberg of Long Beach.N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.C. Leaksville N. C.
A. Brazer of Detroit, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hansel of Dubuque, ,
Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rhodes of Hlcksvllle Ohio. ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Link of Bloomington, III...
of and
Aurora Ill. Mr
Springstead Mrs. Arthur
.. and Mrs. of
Mrs. Marie Thode of Yaphank N. Y. Mr. V. Kovlnga Chicago
..Mrs. D. Henslnger and Mrs. B. Kauss of Pass Christian, Miss. Brandel of Hart, Mich.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Stadter of Erie, Pa... TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Verde Homer
: Mr. and Mrs. A. Burlingame of Wlnooskl. Vt..Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hoy of and
r Indianapolis...Mr. and Mrs. Leon Foster of Fulton N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Deane of Willsboro, Pa. .Mr.
Edward Hoger of Chicago, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Relnel owners of and Mrs. Herman Howland of Erie, Pa. Mr. and
; Flamingo Court.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. G. William Buffington of Mrs. Martin Fritz of Wautoma, Wis. ..Mr and Mrs.

ANNA MARIA CITY ARBOR DAY. Mayor Harvey G. Ellzabethville, Pa. Erwin Goddeau of Columbia, S. C. Mr. and Mrs.
S.S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.R. C. Waldie of Cibsonla, Pa.
Meyer assists in planting cedar tree at the Anna ..Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simonsen of Marion Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. HaroldE. Gerhard Boscht of New Port Richey. .Mr.and Mrs.
Maria Community House. Shown with the mayor are Wing of Marblehead Mas*...Mr.and Mrs.Allen B.Stevens of Edwards- Arthur Leach of New Richmond, Wis. Mr and
burg, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. R.J..Burson of Rochester N. Y.
left to right: Mrs. Robert t\. Moses, president the THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. Wallace Schaubof Mrs. Ben Alstewich of Superior, Wis. Mr and

Anna Maria Garden Club, which has assisted the city Traverse City Mich...Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Sheaaley of Fort Pierce... Mrs. Al Petry of Crown Point, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.S. .
Heidel of Pa...Mrs.Janet E. Roach of
and Mrs. John Valley Forge
beautification projects; Mrs. Robert E. Carlin, Mr.Ontario Canada and party...Sgt.and Mrs.Jerry C.Crawford of Otis AFB. M. Peterson of Siren, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
chairman of the club's beatification committee, and Mass., and family...Mrs. E. E. Chapman of Amherst Nova Scotia...Mr. Wlriman of Adrian, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Mrs. Kenneth Tout conservation chairman of the and Mrs. Vernon Friday of Coloma Mich.,.Dr. and Mrs.James E. Elinor of N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacques of Tawas City. Mich., and famUy...Mr, and Mrs. A.J. Hufstetler Appleton, William
Island Woman's Club, which has contributed toward of Rome, Ga...Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Veitch of St. Clair Shores Mich., and Enderlein of Akron, Ohio. .. Mr. and Mrs. S. H.

the city's beautification projects. (Islander Photo) daughter Mrs. Linda.Elliott.Holmes.Mr and of Mrs.Delevan.Cordon N. Y.McEtheny of Delevan, N. Y..Mr.and Young of Wethersfield, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold

CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bechert and family of Stamford Hershott of Chicago.MR. .
Conn...Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of Clinton, 111. AND MRS. H. C. "TED" NASH of Spring
more about peopleANTHONY PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Firth of Newton Mass...Mr.
and Mrs. David Savacool of Fairfield, Conn., and family. Avenue, Anna Maria, have had as recent guestsat
PAPPAS Westfield, N. J., Is visit- LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Harold Feddon of Orlando..Mr.and their home, their nephew, Peter Duncan, who
Mrs. W. F. TerziaJr.of Saglnaw.Mlch..Mr. and Mra. W. A. Fordeckof
Ing his brother-in-law end sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garneti. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Feller of Coldwater.Mich...Mr. and is stationed aboard the USS Independence at May-
Nicholas Mameo of Ambassador Lane, Key Royale, Mrs.J.Joseph of Paris,111..Mr.and Mrs.William Holler of Melbourne... port, and Mr and Mrs. Bill Jette of Killingworth,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ellis of Kingston, Ont...Mr, and Mra. Phil Parker of
and his mother, Mrs. Rose Pappas.Mr. Milford N. H., and family...Mr. and Mrs. L. Backer of Grand Rapids Conn.
Pappas, an internationally known hair stylistand Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Sternburgh of Westwood, N.J...Mr. and MRS. KATHERINE STEARNS of Maple City Mich.,
Mrs. D. Carver of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. James B.Sinhas of Savanna,
winner of many international awards, includingan 111...Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Norton of Sheffield 111...Mr. and Mrs. A.Pisarskl is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
"International Grand Award," also Is an experton of Chlc.go.Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Monser of Winter Haven and Wood of Holmes Beach. Mrs. Stearns Is the motherof
family...Mr. and Mrs. William Pheleus of Indianapolis...Mr. and Mrs.
stage and screen makeup. He studied under Norman W. Draper and Miss Velma Holt of Wilton, N. H...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ted Swierad, who was a resident of the
Serge Strenskofsky at Maria Ouspenskayas' Schoolof Richard Walter of Arlington, Va..Mrs. Ted Miner, Miss Kay Bates and Island two years ago.
Mrs. Orley Card of Battle Credo Mich...Mr. and Mrs. O. P.Jensen of
Dramatic Arts in New York City. MR. AND MRS. ELMER FOSTER of West Des
.. ..
St. Paul Minn. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Schmidt of Xenls, Ohio. Dr. and
He celebrated his birt day at a family dinnerat Mrs. J. B. Taylor of BrookIngi. S. D..Mr. and Mrs. John R. Plotner of Moines, Iowa, are occupying the Campbell houseon
the Holmes Beach Yacht Club Monday evening.MR. Champaign, 01...Mr and Mrs. Harold Diehl of Allentown Pa...Dr. and 85th Street, Holmes Beach, for six weeks.
Mrs.James Wallace of Larchmont N. Y...Miss Ruth Burtless of Manllus,
AND MRS. NORMAN LAUDERETT of Belle- N. Y...Mra. E. Gallagher and daughter and Mrs. V, Grltzmachar of MRS. HELEN GARRETT of Holmes Beach has
ville, N. J. have been recent guests of Mr. and Oradenton...Don Mueller and John Dalaakl of Akron,Ohio...Mr.and Mrs. had as recent guests, her son, Philip Garrett of
William Eisenhower of Suffern N. Y...Allen L.Wilson of Santa Ana, Calif.
Mrs. Charles Malizla of K y Royale.MR. ...Mr. and Mrs.J. W. Oberlncer of Hlcksvllle,N. Y..Mr. and Mra. Billy Coral Gables, and his fiancee Miss Donna Rolfeof
AND MRS. ROBERT STRAUS of Madison J.Jones of Overland Park.Kan.,.Mrs.Arthur Kladder,Mrs. Amy Kramer, Lakeland, and Mrs. Thelma Styer of Springfield,
Miss. Joyce Kladder and Miss Ruth Luyh, all of Grand Rapids Mich.
Wis., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. CarlG.
BURGESS COTTAGE Miss Wllsle Snyder and Miss Cleo Campbell of
Mattson of 74th Street, Holmes Beach, left Waynesvtlle. N. C. Ohio.GARBAGE
for home FROTHI-RO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Hobart N. Sundles of Sugar PICKUPIn
Grove Pa...H. Lamar Henderson of Washington D. C...Mr. and Mrs.C. .
AND MRS. JOHN SCHINKA of St. Paul, Minn. E. Purdy of Ann Arbor, Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Koolnga of Chicago. ( ANNA MARIA & HOLMES BEACH)
are vacationing at Sunsw pt Apartments in Holmes r-L1.ETwOOD DUPLEX Mr and Mrs. R. Schoenknecht and Mr. and Mrs.F. .
HraunHchwilger <>' lloughton Lake, Mich. Monthly Service Chorge-PER UNIT:
Beach. TAIIAITI APARTMENTS: MIMI Carolyn and Mill Magee Smith of Cln-
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25 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5
February _n__

67, of 106-9th 72, of the Cortez Trailer
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE P. Hottman 433 The ISLANDER 4, Pete Reynard's
Park Cortez died For First DeSoto
Street South Bradenton at a Although It lost three point to P. Chapman 433 Restaurant O. (Earl Mowry, 189. Pat
Beach, died at | local hospital, Saturday, Fishing f ContestA Schuchard Plumbing In Island Mixed W. Miller 454 Flanagan 309; Bob Judson 174.Leon
I League action Friday evening, Island J. Sdfford 440 Stafford 463)
| Feb. 20. He was born in
his home Marine Supply kept Its first place B. Carter 422 Roaer Men's Club 3, Cray's Econo-
urday Feb. 20. ii. Cincinnati, and had spent choice of a complete In the league HtJnJinn. High scores K. Ferguson 403 wash ,. (Rob DcVane. 179. Dick
He was born in the past seven winters in spinning outfit or heavier In the match were Bob Guild. 215560 D. Warner 403 Wiggins. 306; Frank Small y, 198.Emnutt .
393 Smalley 324KUUnd
for the winners, and Funk Mac J. Connlck
Trigg County Cortez. He was a retired conventional salt water 190508.fur the losers. HIGH GAMES (MEN) Marine Supply 2, Bay Area
Ky., and moved : superintendent of a division tackle will be given the Other scores were: Dick Wagner C. Chapman 222 Insurance 2. (Andy Hasmussen. 201-
213 513 Dave 189, Cone
Realty 4, Webb's UUnd Pharmacy 0. B. Guild ; Hooter MOHS.
to the Island in JAMES B. of the Cincinnati Gas angler catching the lar- (Bud tlottman. 184-490, Harvey B. Rtlnel 213 518)>>.
1941 from Gin- REYNOLDS & Electric Co.; a memberof gest fish in the first Meyer 169-482). 1). Arkebauer 212 LEAGUE STANDINGS
162 Linen Rental Service 4. I) ft K D. Conntck 210 Schuchard Plumbing 67
cinnati. He was retired Yeatman Lodge annual De Soto Celebra- Hardware 0. (Chick Chapman 222- A. RasmunHen 210 Tropical Vista 67
from the Cincinnati Police AF&AM, Cincinnati, and tion Fishing Tournamenton 572; Dorothy Dower 185. Lloyd B. Guild 209 Island Marine Supply 59
in whichhe Syrian Temple Shrine, Hanson 492)) A. Raamussen 200 Bayou Marina 5.5Connick"
Department, Saturday, Mar. 13. TV Service 3AnnaMarla C. Chapman 193 Bay Area Insurance 54
had served for many Cincinnati, and was a vet- The angler landing the City Pier 1. (Dick Conntck. 210D.. Reincl 191 VanONtenbrldge Builders 52
years as a detective. He eran of World War I. second-largest fish from 556. Earl Carter 186 Lefty Miller HIGH SERIES(MEN) Gray'sconowash: 31
481). A. Kasmussen 582 Island Bank 41
was a charter member of Survivors are his wife, either the Rod & Reel laland Furniture Center 2, Bayou C. Chapman 372 Webb's Island Pharmacy 40.3
the Island Baptist Church, Mrs. Emma E.NiehausofCincinnati Pier or the Anna Maria Marina 2. (Wallace Warner. 179, B. Guild 360 The ISLAND 31
339 ROller Men's Club 30
Roy Ferguson 493, Pat Geyer, 163II. Relnel
which he also had servedas ; two sons, City Pier will receivethe 479). D. Connlck 336 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 28.3
a trustee and super- Richard Niehaus of Cin- outfit not selected by Sand Dar 2. Island Trader 2.Byron B. Arkcbauer 344 TOP TEN GAMES
Moc V)8 R. Haynes 227
Arkcbauer 212 Andy Riant uasen, F.
intendent of the Sunday cinnati and Howard Nie- the winner. 582; Bob R lnd. 213-559). B. llcxtman 496 B. Guild 224
School.Mr. haus of Ravenswood W. The spinning outfit is a LEAGUE STANDINGS R. Ferguson 4Q.R.. King 222
Island Marine Supply 58.5 L. Hanson 492 R. Adair 213
Reynolds was a Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Shakespeare six-foot-six Anna Maria City Pier 51.5 THIS WEEK'S SCHtUULb B. Culld :212
member of the Fraternal Margaret Snyder of Cin- Wonderod, with a Shake- Comtek's TV Service 50 Bayou Marina n' K Hardware J. Ayers 209
Webb's Island Pharmacy 49 Schuchard Plumbing Sand liar B. Conlon 209
of Police and cinnati and Mrs. Mabel 2062 reel
Order speare spinning Bayou Marina 48 Dick Wagner Realty Linen Rental A. Rasmussen 201
former member of the Hastell of Mason, Ohio, and ten-pound test line, Dick Wagner Realty 47.5 Island Trader Connkk's TV 11. Drltt 198
and Island Trader 47 A.M.City Pier Island Pharmacy F. Smalley 198
Bradenton Beach City seven grandchildren. and the alternate outfit is
Sand Bar 46 Island Furniture Island Marine TOP TEN SERIES:
Council. Griffith-Cline Island an eight-foot Hornell rod, Linen Rental Service 42 /I /I I 1\. Guild! 63)
his wife Chapel was In charge of Island Furniture Center 40 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE B. Conlon 373
Survivors are Penn Reel, and 30poundtest ,
B k 1C Hardware 37 Tropical Vial won all four points R. King 319
Mrs. Louise J. Reynoldsof local arrangements. Fu- line. Each outfit listsat Schuchard Plumbing 35.3 In Its Island Bowling League match R. Schuchard 338
Bradenton Beach three neral services and burial approximately $50, according HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) with VanOstenbrldgetlulldersMonday Arkebauer 34n
a Bower 183 evening and gained a lie (or flue R. Haynes 34(1
brothers, F. J. Reynoldsof were in Cincinnati. to Bob Bender, K. Ferguson 173 place with Schuchard Plumbing In the A. Rasmussen 333
Lafayette, Ind., P. F. / / i fishing tournament chair- W. Miller 169 league standings. High scores In the J. Ayers 327
P. Chapman 167 match were Roger Haynes, 227 Bob E. Smalky 324
Reynolds of North College St. Bernard Bazaar man. P. Hottman 163 Guild 633, and George Dykaira, 184- J. Wulchel 324
Hill Ohio, and Denver Spinmaster rod, Roddy, P. Ctycr 163 507.
And BarbecueThe D. Bower 163 Other scores Island Dank 3, Schu. NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Reynolds of Batavia, Ohio, spinning reel and eight- P. Geyer 162 chard Plumbing 1. (Jim Ayers 209- Bayou Marina Schuchard Plumbing
and six sisters,Mrs. Anna annual barbecue and pound test line will be J. Safford 161 527; Bob Adair 213 Ray Schuchard Tropical Vista Roser Men's Club
LoClcero 138I1ICH 331). Island Pharmacy Island Marine
Joiner of Covington, Ky., bazaar of the St. Bernard awarded to the woman I SERIES(WOMEN) Webb' Island Pharmacy 4. Bayou Bay Area Insurance Island Bank
Mrs. Iva Hancock of Hop- Church will be held this catching the largest fish. D. Bower 479 Marina O. (Russ King 222-359.Ernie Cray's Lconowash The ISLANDER:
klnsvllle, Ky., Mrs. Opal year on Sunday, Mar. 21. A five and one-half foot P. Geyer 479 Bradow 189,Hank Nlealubed.k1..50I). Pete Reynard's VanOsienbrUlge

Burke and Mrs. Verbal A ioint committee of the pier rod, stardrag reel I

Miles of Nashville, Tenn., Men s Club and Women's and 20-pound monofila-II
Mrs. Maude Rankin of Guild of the church is ment line will be given t o J I hr. 1

Cincinnati, and Mrs. Elsie making arrangements for the child, 12 years or
Tatum of Pembroke, Ky. the event. It will take under, landing the lar-

Griffith-Cline Island place at the picnic grove gest fish.

Chapel was in charge of on the grounds of the The award for the angler At right are the members

arrangements. church.It entering the most t of the Island Furniture

Funeral services were was announced this unusual fish will be a I Center team in the Island

held at the Island Baptist week that some Innovations Flow-Troll live bait Mixed Bowling League. "

Church Monday afternoon, have been plannedfor bucket. Left to right are Wally +

with the Rev. Lee Ratliff, the event this year. Registration will open at and Doris Warner, and ;: )

pastor of the church, and In addition to the full both piers at 7 a.m. on the Kay and Roy Ferguson.

the Rev. Frank Anderson, scale chicken barbecue day of the tournament. All l (ISLANDER PHOTO)

pastor of the First Baptist which will be served all fish must be weighed i in

Church of Bradenton, day, a number of new and by 4 p.m. There will be

officiating. Burial was at different booths will be no entry fee.

Flat Lake Cemetery iHopkinsville n I in operation to entertain ---- ---
Ky. patrons of all ages. A variety '
Licensed Electncol Ho"..* tuttoble lor hl...
will be offered for sale."frttit'i Con I*octet* clime( i te end Condition. The FOR
Gulf Drive ol Pine Avenue R..... .li,9. Addition IlL All.Modem Gulf Pork MOBILE HOMES
(ROY) FERGUSON Revolt. TrwUwerthyeitimote
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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. February 25. 1965

BERNARD MISSION Notice Is hereby given that a public
hearing will be held at City Office
(CATHOLIC) Holmes Beach Florida, Tuesday ,,. :"' f ; '
R... Francis F. Welsmlller March 16. 1965 at 7.30 P.M., to ', .
consider a request for rezoning lots
MASS) SUNDAY. 9:156 10:30 6 & 14 of Block P, Holmes Beach
WEEKDAYS'am 13th Unit from R-2 to C-l Com-
HOLY DAYS 8 am 6 6 pm
7(30 pin
r.lry rink
H.,../ Memorial Church
(Non-Dononr)no tl ono I)

Bradenton Beach "'lIet p.y..st ..'.Ir..
Rev. A. W. Sim mi $
lla.i-.Jl.00-.50t mltlmtm
7lOO pm Social Hour FOR SALE: M ft. Flat bottom row
SUNDAY boat. Boudoir chaise lounge. Spanish
9ll5 am Sunday School guitar. Call 778-2349.
10:30 am Worship Service FOR SALE Canal lot. 90 II:lO, with
WEDNESDAY seawall. 75th St., Island Homes Division
7:00 pm Choir Practice Holmes Beach. Make offer to.
Tom Wortley. 401 Alameda Mlddle-
QirUtUm Sclcwco Service s
own. Ohio.STAMPS.
A. M. Community H.... i SUPPLIES FOR COL- ..
SUNDAY LECTORS. Come In and let us fill .
9:00 am Sunday Service those empty spaces In your album. \ ..
We carry supply for everycollector il \,
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH You're welcome to come In&browse. -
1'... L.. Retlilf. Pester M. L. O'Connor Stamps 4. Supplies, SUCCESSFUL FISHERMAN David Schofill 14, of says that never before during that time has he

FRIDAY 2403-1 4th St. W.Bralenton.: 747-2516.MAINTENANCE Anna Maria as he landed another bonito at the seen so many bonito caught from the pier, on both
3iOO pm Jr. GA Pier afternoon. At David has live and artificial bait. the week of Feb. 14
7130 pm Deacons Meeting. : MOWING TRIMMING, City Sunday right, big During ,
SATURDAY! EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL grin, to which every winner is entitled. Lefty more than 100 were landed averaging about eight
7:00 am!lien's Prayer Break'a.tSUNDAY. PROMPT EFFICIENT SERYICE.plus Miller, operator of the pier for the past 11 years pounds apiece. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)

SMS am Sunday School REASONABLE RATES..References.
10:00 am Worship Service KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 MRS. MYRTLE B.NOG- phew,James Lowrey, both Ky.. three years ago. He
5:30 pm Concord Choir after 4:30 P.M. 210-85th ST. H. Bt High
6130 pm Worship Service FOR SALE- length Persian GLE, 79. of 1105 Gulf of Bradenton Beach. is survived by his parents,
7130 pm Youth Fellowship Lamb Coat. Medium alze. Excellent Island High Twelve Drive North. Bradenton Griffith-C 11 n e Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gib-
MONDAY Condition. Bargain at $50. Call 778-
9:30 am WUU' Study Meeting 1495. Club will meet at the Beach, died at a local Home Bradenton, was in bons of Bradenton Beach,

TUESDAY ALTERATIONS on ell kinds of Cloth- Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat rest home Tuesday Feb. charge of local arrange- and a sister Miss Ruth
7:00 Church Choir
pm Also Mrs.
Ing. Dressmaking Drapes.
WEDNESDAY Beard. Phone 778-1431._ noon, Thursday Feb. 23. Born in Portsmouth, ments. Funeral servicesand Gibbons.

4:00 pm Intermediate GA Tank SELL AT ONCE FOR CASH: 25, with Mack Britt of Ohio, she moved to the burial to be in Ohio.WAYNE Funeral services will
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting, Beautiful extra large, residential
RA, Sunbeams corner lot in Holmes Beach. Boat Bradenton to speak at the Island five years ago from -I -I -I be held at Griffith-Cline

R..., "' ....,1.1 ChurchN.nDeersi..tl.wl slip and beach rights Included. WriteP. meeting.At Van Wert, Ohio. She wasa A. GIBBONS, Island Chapel at 2 p.m.,
O. Box "7, Anna Maria, for
( the meeting next week member of the Methodist 21 of 2710
) I location, then make offer. C, Thursday, Feb. 25, with
R... Richard K. Vleeine WANTED TO BUY. All U. S. Coins, Chairman Dan McClure of Church. Mrs. Nogglewas Bradenton Beach died at the Rev. Lee Ratliff,pas
Peeler Gold, Currency or Foreign Coins of the Manatee the widow of the
Com- late his
County home.
THURSDAY any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, Tuesday tor of the Island Baptist
3:00 pm Ro..r Choristers etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 mission will talk about John W. Noggle. and is 23. Born in Bridgeport, Church officiating.

7:30 4:00 pm pm Sr.Senior Youth Choir Council Mt. 14th FOR St SALE. W.. :Bradenton.English China.Ph.747-2516.Complete "Agriculture" in Manatee survived by a sister, Mrs. Conn., he moved to the Cremation will follow.

SUNDAY service for 12--96 pieces. $75. Cull County. Nora Lowery, and a ne- Island from Louisville, -I -I -I
9:00 am Worship Service at 111 Oak Ave., 1-6 P.M. or Phone

10:00 II US am am Worship School Service 7781939. Bni DRY fHE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISIN
Beitij I. e ReMtic. Prevtociel French .
7:00 pm Youth Fellowship STAMP SHOP,Victory Road, Ellemon At..pan.
MONDAY Florida. Phone 6-5918. CLEANERS
10:00 am Croup 5, Mr.. Wallace LOST POODLE Miniature beige or fJ He ClIbautrtlair

7:00 Gray Scout 7 silver gray. Wearing red jeweled Phone 778-1944
pm Boy Troop collar. Lost In vicinity of 28th and
9:30 am Croup 4, Mrs. Sophie Gulf Drive. Reward. 778-3452. 5340 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Luck* ., )2-Dissent 6 ,...

Adams (Opposite the Shopping Center) Tell Sorosoro 388.2805
6:30 pm COt.,!.'. Club
WEDNESDAY Reasoner & Anson

7:30 pm Church Council Meeting '

(Church of Th. Annunciation

I (Episcopal)

, Rev. Gerald K. Low- Factor Telephone

THURSDAY 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 Jl1l1lOltllttllj


8:00 am Holy Eucharist C. E. SIBLEY O.D.
10:30 am Confirmation, with the ,
Rt. Rev. Harwood Sturdevant,
retired Bishop of Fond du Lac LINEN RENTAL SERVICE has been niMMinces tho removal of office*
SHROVE TUESDAY CAMERA SHOP sold to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor.
IStlO & 1115 pm Pancake Supper
ASH WEDNESDAY The Service will be operated from for flee practice ofOPTOMETRY

'7:00 am Holy Eucharist 5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach with
9:00 am Holy Eucharist
7.30 pm Evensong & Sermon the telephone number to be 7781472.We .
{Preacher, the Rev. Kenneth Color & Black and Whit.
(Arnold, rector of St. Luke's to
Church, Bladensburg, Md. 48 HRS.-Slides 81 MoviesIf wish to thank all the friends and

(Gloria D.I Lutheran Church customers who have made It possibleto 1503 .6Ot A..n.e. west
( brought In by 1 p.m.)
Rev. Letter M. UtJ. Pastor operate for the past fourteen years.J.a.J. G.nk.
1:15 am Sunday School 125 Brldfl Street
10:30 am Worship Service
11:30 am Chair Rtheaisal BRADENTON BEACH Ur-L-nlon, fl 0L PUo 755.2339

Lent***' Island ChepelNewD.weelwetlew.l. 778.1185
( .
'IU am Sunday School
9:30 am Adult Bible Class
1 1 lOO a.. Worship Service &

fRIENDLIESt Come see. Come louch. Compare Frigidaire!
Shell Fuel Oil

PHONE 743-0691 SERVICE -' Thriftiest FROST.PROOF

DELIVERY ON ISLAND 1 Frigidaire Refrigerator !

EVERY FRIDAY ''N fLORIDA -> :J 106-lb, sue zero zone top

Please Place Order 1j11i NEW L 'nrrrrri I free/er'
F PATENTED e 100% Frost Proof! No frost no

by 5p.m. Thursday defrosting ever'

I Full width fruit and vegetable

) Hydrator, sliding. shell deep-

ELGIN shelf storage door!

Water Softeners


MaoUl WCOA S3 :

Filters 4 teem sr while! ,....... -

Fully Guaranteed 2-speed FRIGIDAIRE F !


e Pitritif, Deep Action Afititof<< -urattt 12.1 CH. n. (MIMA st&wd.rd I ( r4 )IJ )L'NIr.61ll.
jet Currents lor deep action" clrtninc 3 C."" or .*.t. ANNIYKHSAUY
PHONE 744-5U2 let Away lint removal-nerds no tint trap

OR 778-1486 New Jet Spin saves drying tame!

8Mf4'tWb(> Because rrieidaire refrigerates are

GMACTIMI ev Quality bUill-and everyoCy knows 11-

pay 10
you trade right now!
Interfiling, Unujualr
I 1

IAlIOCUm .1/ (9e Furniture & ApplianceYour


.s. .'. ......... H .* Met Jell 9 Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Soles/ & Service Dealer
.He. HV Men hi nestle*,

CttlM M. i Mtfc St. 5600 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach Phone 778-1267

1R I 1

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[ February 25, 19<') THE ISLANDER Page 7


Sine 1197 see one we have just listed at ONLY$14,5001orif Island Shopping Center
Protect Your Real (state Investment you want to build your own, we have a very PHONE 778.2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
special buy in a large canalfront lot at $2,700. c...E..."-.'r, to,.Brh t
26 12th Si West FLA. Pk,*. 74J. 541 WE HAVE THE FINEST BUYS ON THE ISLANDIII!!! AU.." Pik,A..cl.t.

Was $20,000 H. FAMISH. A4,,. PEGGY "HASSIf MOOIl. A****.
Gulf Front ApartmentsTHREE
Pest Office Plata. ARM Mora Pko...: 778-'902
Now $15,500
1-Bedroom Efficiencies, and two
Two-Bedrooms; Two Baths; Central Heat; ff Overnight Motel Units. Also, an attractive
Automatic Attic Fan; Carport; Large Utilityand SPECIAL 's two-bedroom Owner's Apartment. All well
Laundry Room. Large shady screened furnished. PLUS A NICE BEACH!
porch. Close to Gulf In Holmes Beach. BEAUTIFUL KEY ROYALE HOME being
All/ For $27,500
Excellent lawn and landscaping. offered with low down payment and reasonable
monthly terms--PLUS NO CLOSING COSTS!

JOHN B. PROTHERO Shown by Appointment DICK WAGNER, UnityPhon.
Rtgisttrtd Real Estate Irokir-Solis & Rutols "NT
DUPLEXIdeal 778-2643
116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach investment for retirement: Spacious
units, w2 bedrooms on each side, fully 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradcnton' Beach
equipped and beautifully furnished. Central

BeSure to See heat. Excellent- terms. HeY You -
We finally have a listing on a waterfront lot
we have been asked about many times. This j Wanna Buy a Lot,
SEASIDE GARDENS has a most superb view, easy boat access to
Tampa Bay. Size lOOx 120. Price only$6,0001! Cheap?
Models Open Daily Cheap?
r For the Discerning and Discriminating, ?
we have a beautiful and unique home with all Cheap
JACK 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 Docking
PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE
landscaped. Shown by appointment only. Rights Included. Paving Paid.

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA Gwtrade BlissiifHu Just $2,000

Don't Miss This! 1! >y R..ltore- ,,' j jINA \ JACK MARSHALL Utiltor
: lIP Fran Maxon, Associate "" '

Two-BR Home facing directly on the Gulf. WILDING PHONE 77.13331. M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Has: 2-1/2 baths; pleasant living room; ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ffs
spacious kitchen, and NOT ONE--BUT TWO
FLORIDA ROOMS! Many large closets; .
central heat; 2-car garage with 3-room .

private and bath entrance.guest apartment Well furnished, which has and Its equip-own [ :': : r. II! BUILD A BRIDGE
ped, and only a short walking distance to 1:1 ,
Anna Maria Shopping Center. Ideal for large 1 \ ,' I
; family, or for a home with extra Income. 'I '
$37,500Mah.r 'l' ,. .
.. --
Real Kf... ,. .-
{ vr
!..1! Estate Irtkirs } "
7702 Gtlf Drh., Milan luck 77M151 I J


$3,284 Down Including TO RETIREMENT =

Closing Costs

$78.82 Per Month .

Urn e.. b. "|.. .c ......4'. -

r IMO, .. .... I'. ,....4. Ml M|.fMV
.CtlfMUt.DROP .

.... ..., sr r vY mss""
Belt of all-

someone else
-= does the work I ILtt.lll Iq

$14,900 Cash Price

New Home By Wm. B. Lee Co. "t'
A residential apartment ,
1 1X2 Blocks To Beach con be a weekend P

Central Heat retreat or a vacation

Air Conditioning home now-a full time 1r"1
BY AND VISIT OUR MODELS. experience I in good
2 Bed, 2 Garage
Tile Roof OPEN DAILY FROM 9 'TIL S. living later.

Open Daily At 304.66th Street

Other Information At Model 5400 Gulf Drive

Homes On KEY ROYALE Condominium Apartments

"on the Gulf of Mexico"
Presented by

\ MIT' mmm f T mmm)

I.b Ceblt. Silts ......,

4. REGISTERED BROKER P.O. In 1152, ..1.! .! Leek, FltrNe. I T.E.RI... 7711411Thursday


, Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. February 25. 1965


uAriunt. _.
! 778-1771 Days ...Where... "Arrangements ,
778-1440 Nights
,I STANMBDJ OIL 'j3..y'-';, There is always/ Something New Made Right Here
To Please/ You! With Shirley's KnowHowDrilling
AAA Service Full Time Mechanic
( by John)
NEW and USED CARSPHILCO tcut one cvetc&KC..t* Gift & Mail Wrap Free
.. .. '
O'dddr Lending Library
59.50 Beach Cabanas '' /.W SANAr ..nI.A.. Dwt1CA..w
,, 7 _-
Now $ 45.00

I 159.00 King Size Cabanas

49.50 Double Size Cabanas

Now $ 35.00
All Transistor Radio SetJH Side


PHONE 778-1019
.... ,
Also Check Our Used Cakes For All OccasionsTry
TV Stock $10 & Up See dun 1965 &Utctto

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Our German's 4 Robby Lin

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 4- HawaiianRose
Sweet Chocolate Cake
\ Marie Reid

Rubber Carpeting PHONE 17826161MARBLES Cole of California

Cirptt a Wbolt Roo. I & 1 Piece Styles (and Bikinis)

I NO ADHESIVE NEEDED Prints Solids Stripes Plaids

Yard Wide WE HAVE 'EM / Size 8 to 46

Cut to Any Length Desired 'Natural Or Cracked

AlsoPlywood 13 Colors-3 Sizes Lay- s Phone
PRICES ARE 1)Olijn.. Away 778-1161
& MasoniteCut Plan

;I >trc O4 asww. r wan t tve..n
to Order

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. '7 d

778-1131 77 8-1020 MOBBeoig ,
*&v.oMcDonold DANDYOPEN
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

Call 778-2012 .lo.J .. L5CcIPSV 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
OUR STAFFS 77$-1310
e. sad May Houtntttln Rosemary HoM r Nancy Young 1 ISLAND EVERY DAY
David Chick Marg

5306 Holmes Boulevard
RENTAL SERVICE Call 778.1472
Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs -ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE-
Our Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows
favoriteBay..Jreagnsurance *54th Street Holmes Beach

of Leak Gals.Month Wasted* rubber lEACH LIQUOR STORE

1-32 Inch... 4,800 stamp SPECIAL SPECIAL

1-16 Inch... 10.200 LIMITED OFFER

1-8 Inch... 76,900 SEB CE Ronrico Rum 5ths

EXt A $3.99 3 for $11.65
1-4 Inch... 307,700 ft CEO
AENOE Regular Price $4.29
3-8 Inch... 692.400 Gin 5 Vodka Fifth $2.99

Based on 40-lb. Pressure Blends ..153 for $ 9.00 & up
Bourbons ..153 for $10.00 & up

Manatee County Water ONLY COMPLETE Package Storeon
Company Anna Maria Island
( )
S."IA c.ter, H.1.u Ieee" ,...... Phone 778-2023
T.U.l..n. 771-2022 778-1697 778-1548 RON FREE DELIVERY JERRY

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