Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: January 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00207
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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No. 636 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. .JANUARY 16. 1964 'y '' vn TEN CENTS




I Sheriff Gross Withdraws Police Subsidy I




fMarriage-Go-Round" At Community House This Week Deputies' Cards Recalled From All Three Island |H

Police Officers Because Of 'Peoples' Confusion'

Mayor Chester Crawford announced A petition from James Wallace
rhLi at last week's meetingof U r ad e n ton attorney
the Holmes Beach Board of asked for a change in zoning

Aldermen that as of March 1. from C-2(commercial)to C-3.
Police Chief W. II. "Snooks1Adams on part of the property of Mr.
would no longer draw and Mrs. William Schwepe.the
r f 4. ., y.tV its 1yIx ; part of his compensation from lot at the corner of Gulf Drive
: the office of the Manatee Coun- and 52nd Street for construction -

ty sheriff. of a new service station. .
Adams as a pantImc deputy provision of the new basic
sheriff has been paid $175 per zoning ordinance calls for a
month by the sheriff's office minimum distance between

x tt t. plus maintenance on his car. service stations of 73O feet
t
w Crawford said Sheriff J. but Mayor Crawford advised

Kenneth Gross wanted to ter- Mrs. Schwcpo to apply to the
minate the arrangement Jan. 1. board of zoning adjustment fora
but had agreed to continue pay- variance. lie said the varIance -

EJ4! :$' ing part of Adams. salary until would have to be granted
Mar. 1 1. the end of the city's subject to the board of alder-

__ j fiscal year. men's changing the zoning to
Gross gave a "thin budget"as a special use classification.
ail 7 his reason for releasing Alderman Sidney Brown said

N\ _ Adams as a deputy. a C-3 classification would bo

Holmes Beach pays Adams too broad.

31 --p $20O per month plus $60 for The matter was referred to
the use of his car. the zoning committee of the
board of aldermen In the event
On Saturday Chief Deputy the variance Is granted.
Clyde Gill called on each of the Within 730
( feet of the alto of
three Island law enforcement
the
proposed new station aretwo
officers Adams In Holmes
: existing service stations).
Beach 1'. Jordan In
; George Continued
( on Page 3)
Anna Maria, and Bill Davis In .
Uradcnton peach and asked
them to surrender their cards Public Hearing Jan. 23

as deputy sheriffs. A public hearing by the p
GUI would the
give men no
Holmes Beach Board of Zoning
reason for the action
except Adjustment will be held at the
that he was orders
acting on
city office at Thursday
7:3Op.m.. -
from the sheriff.On .
Jan. 23. to consider the
Monday, as a temporary
following petitions
expedient each of the three :
To permit erection of a can-
officers deputized the other
opy to cover an area extending
two. so each would be authorized -
to the north edge of
Mango
to assist in each of the
Entire Cast of "The Marriage-Co-Round." Nevina and Jim Zerby under the ".Marrtagethe Island cities. Alley on the lot occupied by
the
Island Players first production of current Co-Round" and Johanna White and Doyal Letter In the day. Walter R.aller. Marina Standard Oil Station on
Drive.
season which opened at the Anna Maria Raburn. Fast paced sophisticated comedy by city.!. attorney for Anna To
Community House Tuesday evening and will Leslie Stevens is under direction of Harold Niaria city and uraocnton permit establishment ofa
service
run through Saturday. Left to right are:Joyce Igo. (1SL.ANDKR PHOTO) Beach said such deputizing station at the corner
of
52nd St. and Gulf Drive on
could be done without
IradcntOH Beach To Consider New City Hall, Erosion special not legislation.! some Mrs.property William owned Schwepe.To by Mr.. and

Contacted late
by a reporter
permit erection of covered -
Mayor Henry Meunier Meunier said some plans for Some of the Gulf front property Monday afternoon Gross said carport. on the property on
Oradenton Beach announcedlast protecting the area between In that area has been he had recalled the deputies Gulf Drive where Larchmont

week that plans would be BrIdge Street and 13th Street purchased by the county at the cards because the cards had Apartments are being buUt.
prepared for a new city hall. South had been made by an instruction of the SRD. "cauacd confusion" that the To permit erection of a car-

After the plans are prepareda agency other than the city but Councilman James Lindsay "people didn't know whether port by Antonio Cambonl as a
meeting will be called to that he was not free to tell was named at the meeting as the officers were working for variance to the setback regulation -
consider whether or not to anything about it until this the council's representative to the sheriffs office or for the (from 4th Avenue).
proceed with the building U week: Wednesday. At press investigate the erosion prob- city." He gavo as an additional

a new building la approved it time the mayor was reported lem and its possible solution. reason the many requests for Gross
will be be built on about the to be ill and no announcementhad lie was vehement In stating he deputies cards from membersof Explanation

same location as the present been made.A would Insist on some Immed- the Palmetto and Bradenton Sheriff J. Kenneth Cross In

city office which would be group of residents headedby iate action by either the county police departments. a statement to Tho ISLANDER
moved to another part of the Richard Roe is circulating or the Island Erosion District. on Tuesday said that he felt
Special
property and sold as a home. petitions asking for Immediate MeunIer also announced the Meeting FridayA that his action In

The new building would have action on the erosion problemby city would open sections of A meeting of the deputies cards of the tree
larger quarters for the city the city county and the Avenues O and C In the northern Holmes I Beach Board of Alder- Island police officers was

clerk an office for the mayor bland Erosion District.It part of the city "when men has been called for 2 p.m.. being made "a mountain out ofa
new quarters for the police la believed that the plans funds are available/ Friday. Jan. 17. at the city. molehill" and the Impor-
department and a meeting hall referred to by Meunler are Council vexed contributions According to Alderman f Carry tance of the cards exaggeratedfar
to seat approximately SO. those of the State Road Department of $4OO to the Island Youth Varley. who announced the beyond their actual value..

A lengthy and heated discussion which for two years Center and $2SO to the De Soco meeting for the: mayor and tbe lie pointed out that recalling
on erosion prevention has been preparing plans to Celebration the latter for an board of aldermen principal' of the cards hast not actually
measures for the city took build a protective seawall Island Day during tills year's purpose of the meeting will be changed the law enforcement
place at the city council meet along the Gulf to protect its annual celebration in March. to take whatever action Is situation on the Island The
ing Thursday evening. highway south of Bridge St. Olds on replacing piling at deemed advisable In view of"the so called "hoc pursuit law"

1,1, .1 the city owned pier were tab- drastic action taken by enacted by the last legislature
Sheriff J. Kenneth Cross In gives any officer the right to
AM*A MARIA' ISLAND WE ATM EH led.Following the recommendation suddenly and without explan pursue any violator Into the

I of the planning and zoning ation." depriving Adams next city.
Tr .'-4 ..... ........ board the council denied a i his status and compensation asa Gross also stressed that"no

e. m Nooo C p m Ml gfiJan. requested Chang to com mer- deputy! sheriff. criticism. of any of tbe police ..
cial zoning on property on Varley also said tht several officers Involved/- was Implied -
7--E: 67 c 2 <' S7 1.4
Gulf Drive but will meet with flaw BS4 s4 70 7OJan. SO .3
the agent for the property to 98 dS K 73' 49 NoneNooc discuss a chang for a particular i that the agenda w..lobe givento bad been "great confusion"
lass 10.-&& *4 S3 64Jan. $9 of business the instances of
type on i the: press before Friday.lie some having the
1.--SZ 44 c.4. 6Jaa. 4 SO Z.1 local officers .
property. said too. that there is s working part-
12-- 0 C2 44 *4 1.8 3. .1lea. Mrs. Sopole Car of bars wmai j jresppoinicd possibility the three Island time deputies.

13--S4 U &0 57 1.1 .l.S city clerk with i mayors might join in sn official Gross added that the Island

Mrs. Arthur Ells, deputy city ( protest against Gros would continue to have the
(Continued on Page 2) action In taking away tbe carets. cooperation of the sheriff.The .


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TilE ISLANDER
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Islander g'e.tse . a I
Editorials i-12 .W &

by THE EDITOR

EDITOR'S NOTE: With two elections In the offing the two Elected president of the
editorials printed below seem apropos. Both were taken from Manatee County Young Repub-
ISLANDER Issues of six years ago. lican Club a few days ago wasa

FACTUAL PARABLE: What a puzzled, troubled and bewilderedflock young Islander who Is not a

of sheep they were, penned in a strange city where no grass registered voter.
grew, far from their native field!*" and the faithful farmer and his # ft #
Sheriff Kenneth
domineering but kindly dog. According to
Gross Holmes Beach Police
Tho old rams, erstwhile devoted leaders in the past, were as Chief W. H. "Snooks" AdamsIs
helpless as the most! dependent ewe. All ran around, milling aim still on the sheriff's payrolland
1t'Mli I and 'baa-ing their sad plaints to the world, wondering and thus Is still subject to call '

fearing what was to become of them. by the sheriff's department. .
'. A. gate was cprncd and into the pen came a strange creature Gross also said that Mayors ..
the like of which they had never seen before. lie was different- Crawford and Ferguson were "" ,.
hirger horns' hair instead of wool, a beard) and a longer tail. His told at a meeting on Jan. 4, that LIFE AND DEATH--a live plant growing out of a long-dead
voice wan!" strange too. He was a goat. The goat seemed perfectly the cards were to be taken stump. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
at,' home; knew where he was and what it was all about. away from the local officers

So tho prior benighted sheep turned to him. Perhaps he was a fact later confirmed by both.
a'' truo leader who knew the "way, the truth and the life"*. When And then on the other hand i iLETTfRS.
ho bounded away through a fenced alley, the sheep followed. The the sheriff has taken away the 1i
\\1
goat was 'happy playful and there was no aura of fear-nothing only authority Adams had to
about him the sheep, could see, smell or feel to make them doubt. make municipality.an arrest outside his own

They followed, us sheep will blindly, stupidly, not to the pro. # # # i11 i- iQrtjJ6
mised! kind hut dirrrlly to the slaughter house where in brief- Read recently of a select
Chicago time, they were turned into mutton chop s legs of so men's shop In Los Angeles-- 11
called "lamb"' and various other form of edibles for humans-- called "Ah Men." And when
and for other pur|>oses.! (Not the. goat! That was his job-to lure the shop opened a new store In '1 i
the sheep to the sharp' knife, the quick, stab, the bleeding and another part of the city--it was 1J J
dving. Tlml' shy 'he i j.* named. a "Judas' goat.) called the "AhMendment." :

Sheep arc notoriously stupid-"An old, 'half-witted sheep, which tf tt #
bleats artirulatn monotony' flow easily!' they were duped by the
'hired, well-fed gout, led "like a lamb to the slaughter, because .{
the gent( : wan different shunt; 'had foreign ways and! t ; I
und was so un-slieep-liko. they endowed! him with almost godlike L jjf y$
powers. They. thought .lie. would lend them to n better life insteadof r 4J
:
certain death. ir:6w5> >i

And chi superior human 'beings, when they hear about the
"Judas", goat smile scornfully at the guilelessness of sheep. r = o

Ffnvo they. forgotten Hitler? Mussolini, ? I'cron? Trujillo?
Jimenez; ? Wh.it sponge had wi|,ed from their memories the docile,
hoodwinked. German mid Italian people, who, when Hitler I and "To me, it isn't just installing a phone Lou. It's giving one
l\funlini-Ilwf'fl," ( human Judas JnalA-clIlI.e! them to their envitable human being a means of reaching out to other human beings."
doom, followed like the s ill-IeMs sheep, hypnotized by the ranting (EDITOR'S NOTE: Only when everything's working all right.)
voice, the appeal| to power and a new way of life which proved tobin "

the runway to the slaughter' 'home for million.. Election InformationANNA
And. is them no parallel-- in our small circumscribed world,
Happy Anniversary to an Island
smaller ? Is it that MARIA CITY
though to nit infinitesimally degree not true ,
Pharmacist. One older
listening. to nud watdiing. our very minor gnats-as-gml that sometimes year . Election: Tuesday Feb. 11.
one and at least
'* ** year grayer To Be Elected: Mayor and
. nil we, liko sheep, have gone astray .
one year more genial. Erik L. Anderson Commissionersfor
Two
There( is hone. On lli, Island, in County State and Country City
Christmas Decorating Comm. of each.
there has been Duel Is of[ for honest terms two years
n resurgence yearning; good, Holmes Beach Florida James O.
Island Postal Terms Expiring:
( lemlcrs who Judas who will lead Receipts
government' or urn not goats, us
Dear Mr. Anderson: RobertR.
the "'. . lie down in . and Ferguson (Mayor);
along right paths In .
pastures
green Postal receipts on the Island We want to thank the Island Moses and Alma Haynes
,. beside the still waters'. for 1963 were $70.075 an Increase Division of the Manatee County (Commissioners)
What wo urn trying to say i is, : Let us choose for leaders, elected of $10,725 over 1962. Chamber of Commerce for Candidates' petitions may
officials, tlso,(' who will show us the right way, and not those who A breakdown of the total holding the annual Christmas be filed with City Cleric
for pay, ,power would lead the .people by the nose to shows Anna Maria $24,399 decorating contest. We are Jan. 21 to Jan. 31.
harmful desperate l ends. up $3,559 over its 1962 total most pleased to be the winnersof Voter Registration: At City
20.840; Dradenton B e a c h,' the grand prize and our Office until five days priorto
CANDIDATE: FOIl OFFICE:: His age is difficult to guess. For $22.987 up $2,024 over Its thanks also go to the many election.
mental and phYsical energy ho is young defying years; in experirnre 1962 figure of 20963. and Island merchants and business tt HOLMES
and knowledge he i is mature. He believes that every good Holmes Beach. 22689. up people whose contributionsmade CITY OF BEACH
citizen owe some of his time and work to the community in which 5142. the prizes possible.We Election: Tuesday Mar.10.
he" lives. On this simple belief he offer his services. Late in 1963 designation consider this contest in To Be Elected:Mayor,Two
Ix>cnl titles are meaningless to him. lie has enjoyed titles more of the Holmes l Beach post which the entire Island participates Aldermen. City Clerk City
important in his life than any the Island can offer. Self-aggrandize office was changed. Formerly to be most stimulatingand Marshal. Aldermen for two
men! does not occur to him. Nor can office be of the slightest It had been a rural station of beneficial at a time of year terms; Mayor, Clerk
monetary, nor other advantage* to him. lie owns only the lot on the Bradenton Beach office year when we have many out- and Marshal for one-year
which Ids homo is built and where. he lives with his wife. His but was changed to an Inde- of-state visitors. We hope that terms.
children arc grown and gone--fulfilling their own destinies. pendent station of that post the contest will grow each Terms Expiring: Cheater
Ho has time on his hands; talent and willingness to serve. office. Principal reason for year with more families and V. Crawford (Mayor); John
Ha says: "No man who i.i a large landowner, associated with one the change according to Mrs. businesses In each municipality Beckett and Ruby White
or more", nor a man who represents" such special interests should Irma Cox. postmaster at Bra- taking part. (Aldermen); Pauline H. Archer -
havn a place on the governing, bodies of small municipalities denton Beach was so it could Thank you again for your (City Clerk); Leon
or large nations. Neither should a man who has business dealingsor use its own post mark efforts. May our theme of Stafford (City Marshal)
franchises. with the City or Town government be" elected" tooffice. "Holmes Beach Florida." "Peace," the universal Candidates' petitions may
Even: more dangerous is. the person who seeks office. forth BRADENTON Christmas message be real- be filed with the City Clerkno
BEACH . .
|power it ,placrs in his hands. (Continued from Page 1) ized throughout the coming later than Feb. 18.
"It is loo much lo ask.. of 'human nature that when them i.It is clerk. year. Voter Registration: At City

conflict of interests,. the official will, or can, remove prejudicefrom Walter R. Talley was re- Sincerely Office until noon. Mar. 6.
his mind and become a judge instead of an advocate. Personal appointed city attorney for the The Dick Wagner family
vanity i.5 a |pnor counselor for an official. When a man'stwn year, and Arthur Munday and I
- | cLetbiM is his guide, his Rood judgment is lost. Louis Mack reappointed to the The Islander
"While only |pram ihould l I.e the |portion of those amen who, planning and zoning board for Thursdayby
Mill earning" a livelihood serve on the council, their time liuiil.ttioitK three-year terms. An Independent Weekly published every

work against, their most devoted desire to serve. Other appointments were: THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
"()i"I.oIIN' in ordinary itoney matters is not a temptation tumo > John Fitzgerald and Glenn Florida.
314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island
,
.
**. honesty of the mind) is far more difficult to acquireand' Safford to three-year terms on
maintain. How hard( to say 'no* to a friend seeking favor when the zoning adjustment board; EDITOR................................._..STEVE KIMBALL
the favor dews not "profit the' official! How easy to deny l to a strangeror Councilman Frank Snydlc as ADVERTISING ACER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL

an runny what" J i. ;just, especially' if the balance. could tip either finance officer; Councilman ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737 Anna "Maria Florida.

"ar. Lindsay In charge of erosion TELEPHONE{ : 778-2021.
.
"Under) our system of government, official are elected to doth and mosquito control; Coun-
will of the people to then extent that it ran be aN"'C"rl.in..l.1wn.' cilman Ed Gaba, playgroundsand SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3.SO
through' routine cirruinMancrs or nnrrgrneic" the will of the peg i4e drainage and Councilman
for
$2 six months. Canada. {
cannot h., made known. then the governing official use their judg Arthur Ella was elected vice per$5 year; ADVERTISING RATES t
mmt."" secure' in the belief that, if they" have vrrteil that iueigment mayor. $1 per per column year. Inch. Discount of ten .a.... A_.
without fear or' favor they will have. the full support& nf thepeople. Contract for the city's oil percent for consecutive Insertions q

_ and Raaolln for its vehicleswent If paid by tenth of following month. h
**I elo! iH't like the much-abuc l phrase thai official ..n.h<<.o to the Blue Wave Service National or agency placed advertising ti
c."n..t." of the pco4e.| To n.... official m/f. people; not servile. Station the only bidder. $1.26 per column Inch. /JVTAstMcaaBrnrtnutmnmrrrat 0tI
utn..ii1 help; but still' ,just. 'W'eJJ, *. no better nor worse. for lain John Huth was the low bidderon yjfv'
uffire-lM'Uler{ but individual sleeted to rrprrsmt the |irot4e.( work the city*.in.urance.but the CLOSING TIME: NOON, TUESDAY.
with and for' them, but at least. on co.lu.l.| not a Servant footing. contract awarding was held up
Entered' Second Class matter under
"lf and when 1 ant a eamlitlate" for office, and a better man pending further Investigation as
oj.p l offer myself as miniate. for the office of councilman, rommU S. M. Sparkman was namedas
sinner. alderman or ma)or." auditor for the city. MANATEE COUNTY'S ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPERI




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Thursday. January 16, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page '3

GROSS WITHDRAWS. . entirely A-l. A public Terminal Illness. . Books NeededTo 8 am to 8 pIW W..kdays
(Continued from Page 1) hearing on the matter was
8 to 2Island SundayaWEBB'S
Mayor Crawford reported set for the evening of When the bark near the ., support its book sale am pn
a delay in the openingof Tuesday Feb. 11.Superintendent : project at the Manatee
52nd Street. He said a of Pub- foot of an Australian pine t -..r=_ County Beach pavilion
contract with Curry & lic Works Ed Haverkos the Island Kiwanis Club
Turner (Construction Co. was instructed to secure Is thrown off for lack of has announced that it
of Bradenton) had been bids for paving 8-lth St., needs and will be very
signed on Oct. 17. callingfor and to get work started. sap or sustenance from grateful for contributionsof '
that company to clear A petition from Antonio paperback books. No Pharmacy
and shell the street from Camboni asking for the cold-killed un e e die s'-. w magazines are sold with 5904 Marina Drive
Gulf Drive to a point near closing of a portion of-4th the exception of the Nat-
the beach. The work had Avenue between 47th and the tree Is doomed even ional Geographic. 778-1411-Nit. 778.2075
been delayed he said 48th Sts., was referred to Proceeds of the book J. D. MESS P .....I.t
because the contractor the board's zoning and sale which has been operated *
though some green may
kept asking that the city road committee. by the club for a G'A'
remove or burn the brush Installation of four new still persist. At right is number of years are used
and trees cut in clearingthe high wattage streetlightswas for the club's annual contribution A M
street but that the approved. They will a typical example. to Happiness
contract did not obligatethe be installed on the curve House its principal char
city to do so. The near the Manatee County Island Star Club paid up members. No dues ity. In addition however
mayor said he had given Beach. will be accepted on the day the club annually awardstwo
the firm until Jan. 15. to City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Elects New Officer of the luncheon. Reservations scholarships to Man- FREE DELIVERYJan.
finish the work or show Archer was appointed the Mrs. Marion, Belmont arc to be made by atee Junior College.St. .
substantial progress. If city's zoning administrator presided at a meeting of Jan. 30. by calling Mrs. Bernard GuildSt.
it failed to do so, he would but her duties were the Island Star Club at Bricker at 778-197O or .
declare the contract null not specified.A Annie Silver Community Mrs. Belmont at 778- Bernard Guild held a
and void and get another petition from Henry W. Center last week. 2711. meeting at Annie Silver o V
contractor to finish the Schneck to move a house Officers elected for the Mrs. Mary Chesbro read Community Center last
work charging Curry & from 102 48th St. to 2nd year were: Mrs. Florence a history of the club with week.A .
Turner for any cost over Avenue at 52nd St. was Myers president; Mrs. particular emphasis on brief business sessionwas -a
the contract price.Corrections referred to Zoning Ad- Ruth Homer first vice the year 1963. The meeting followed by games and
in a final ministrator Archer and president; Mrs. Genevieve was the fifth anniversary serving of refreshmentsby
draft of the new basic Building Inspector Ed Swartz second vice of the club and was the hostesses for the 918Spray
ordinance were approvedby Haverkos. president; Mrs. Florence observed by singing of the evening the members of .
the board. It will be There was lengthy dis- Seidler. third vice president "happy birthday" song, St. Thomas Aquinas Cir- Starch
printed and copies made cussion on the rate of and Mrs. lone followed by presentationof cle.
available to the public at interest charged by the Bricker. secretary and a decorated birthday Members of a newly organized 24 OUNCE
49t
50 each.Alderman cake. Coffee and for winter
cents city on unpaid paving ass- treasurer. tea were group
August Wag- essments. Alderman Installation of officers served by Mrs.f Homer visitors have named it
ner suggested that the Harry Varley proposedthe will take place Tuesday.Feb. and Mrs Dagney Munday. St. Madelaine Circle. All Thoragran M
entire area west of Gulf rate be no higher than 4. at the Holmes Four guests at the meet- visiting women of the parIsh 100's
Drive between 27th and six percent and objectedto Beach Yacht Club.. Mrs. ing were Mrs. Emily J. are invited to Join the 4.69
33rd Streets be rezoned charging eight percent Julia Engle and Mrs. Child of Cape Cod Mass., group.St. REG. 7.89
from R-3 (duplex) to A-l suggesting a two percent Irene Colby were namedas Mrs. Luella Giles of Canada Bernadette Circlewill I
(hotels-motels andapart- retroactive penalty on any co-chairmen of the Mrs. Rosalind Vol- sponsor a card partyat 300 ASPIRIN
ments). lie said that of assessment unpaid at the arrangements committeefor brath of Cincinnati I. and the Longboat Key Fire 5 Gr.
the 71 homes in the area, end of the tvo-year period the installation with Mrs. Lucy Harvey of !louse at 1 p.m., Wednes- REG. 1.69 0V QjA
53 of them were rental allowed. other past presidents to Manchester Ohio. Mrs. day. Jan. 22. Refreshments -
units and only 18 were Other board members assist. The luncheon will Volbrath became a member will be nerved and
year around homes and suggested as a counter- be complimentary to all of the club. prizes awarded.You'll : toothbrush REG. 69t
that the area to the south proposal that the eight
from 27th Street to the percent rate be continuedwith I I 34MINERAL $
Longboat Key Bridge (in a two percent refund
I
Treasure the of
Bradenton Beach), was for prompt payment. pleasure OIL
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Page 4 JUDGE AND MRS. GEORGE L. QUf-LICI x --
spent the recent holidays with Mr. and Mrs Chicago
About People... Frarl
Calugi and Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Camboni.
TRJPPS COURTi W. M. Merchey of Baltimore... MISS MARY BALL, a freshman at Florida State
Mr.and Mrs. C. E.Beam of Baltimore for the winter University, was named to the Deans List for the fate!
..Curtis Tripp,of New York City IB visiting his family trimester. Miss Ball Is the daughter of Mrs. Lob>
for two weeks. Ball of 49th Street, Holmes Beach.
HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. M. Schmidt of [o MRS. J. J. PITTS of Bloomington, m. and Mrs '
Klngwood. N. J...Mr. and Mrs.H.Lamar Henderson i W. Leach and Miss L B. each of Zion. ni.'are R.
of Washington. D. C...Mr. and Mrs.George F.Masse i residing for the winter at the Goddard Cottage
? ,of Fond-du-Lac, WJs...Mi and Mrs. Thomas I North Shore Drive, Anna Maria. 893 '
Anders -of Aurora, Uk..Mtt and Mrs. L. :J. La- MR. AND MRS. H. B. ELLSWORTH of Dade
Crosse of South Bend Ind. are vacationing In Anna Maria. City
TROPICAL VISTA Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dube of MRS. NELLE COOK of Cortez announces
Southfield* Mich...Mr. and Mrs. B. Hauser of Win- It- approaching marriage of her daughter, Carol Stock the
stcro-Salem K. C. bridge, to Carl Hufnus Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs. Carl
MERRIMAC. ON THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hufnus Sr. of Holmes Beach to take place j
Stutzer of Toledo, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. W. Bell of ., Bernard Catholic Church Holmes Beach at St. 3
Belleville,, Out.. ..Mr. and Mrs. H. Cobbledick of .. ,. ar 10:30
... i Jan. 18.Friends
Saturday are Invited
a.m.,
Orcns, Ont...Mr.. and Mrs. Lee Salter of Bedford. ,._ ...T.r':. .'.. to attend
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the will be
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0' for couple held
"h ..::;.., __ JJf,.:. , : .. ...t' >'. A reception at 7:30 p.m :
Ind.PALM of .0.,:"'.'',...,..)", ..r<;. ..;: "...: Saturday, at the Annie Silver Community Center. !
Russell Skiver '
COURTS Mr. and Mrs. ""
MR."D MRS. WALTER NELSON famil/are
and
Southfield Mich...Mrs. Blanche Skiver Traverse FAIR next week-and possibly even a little warmer.
the annual Manatee County leaving this week for Ankara Turkey for two years.
of
City,Mich.ROD The Fair Is, course
Mr. Nelson a career foreign service wili
officer
& REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. James R. Fair which starts Sunday at the Agricultural Centerin ,
Chapron and family of Evansville,Ind...Mr.and Mrs. Palmetto, and which will be "Bigger and Better! head the U. S. Consular service in Ankara. Mrs.
and their four have lived
Nelson sons on the Island
Scott Patrick of St. Petersburg.EAST .
Or THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer of ..Walter Rolls of Laramie, Wyom...Mrs. MarianC. since September, while Mr.Nelson was in Washington
Lake-ton. Ind...Mr. And Mrs. R. C. Davis of Richmond Burnham of Inverness...Mrs. C. B. Stickley ofWestv1De. being briefed for his new assignment.MRS. .
1nd.HARBOR Ohio. HAROLD DENOYELLES of 76th Street
LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. MR. AND MRS. JAMES WATSON of Edison Ohio Holmes Beach Is expected home soon after several
Richards of Freehold N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Eldon have taken the Shugert Apartment on 57th Street for months spent in California.
Morgan of Brigantine, N. J...Mr. and Mrs.G.B uet- the season. MR. AND MRS. RAY N. WILLIS of Rhlnelander.
lerzn&n of Cincinnati,.Mr. and Mrs. Herman S.Fox MR. AND MRS. EDMUND KARLE of Clark. N. J. Wis. arrived on the Island this week to spend the
of Bloomington Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayers are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Karle rest of the season here.
of Chittenango N. Y. parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Storrer of Marina MISS MARY KAEKEL a senior at Manatee High
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs. Victor Drive Holmes Beach. recently was awarded the good citizenship award of
Bernacchi: of LaPorte Ind. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD (DICK) HANDGEN of the Daughters of the American Revolution.This awardIs
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leesburg Ind. spent the holidays on the Island occupying made annually on the basis of scholarship char-
M. Becker of Rolling Meadows IlL the Seaside Gardens residence of Mrs. acter and leadership.A member of the National Honor
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Handgen's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.H. Society Mary also is secretary of the Student Council
JCaraon. and family Arlington Heights HI...Mr.and E. Bricker, and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. president of Anchor Club and a member of the French
Mrs. Arthur Clemans of London Ohio. Brlcker and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bricker. Mrs. Club. She is a member of the Girls' Glee Club and
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.William Handgen's mother, Mrs. Bertha E. Bricker is a sings in the MadrigaL As a junior she was part of
Cavanaugh of Poughkeepsle N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. winter resident of Sunset Trailer Village. Mr. and the exchange group which went to Plymouth Wis.
Frank Dlouby of Pa w Pa w Lake Mich...Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Handgen plan to retire on the Island within the As winner of the citizenship award given by the local
Clinton Hall of Bay dry, Texas. next two years. DAR chapters, Mary is now an entrant in the state
COOPER DUPLEX Mr. and Mra. Roy Callahan of MR. AND MRS. PAUL ENDRlSS and Mrs. Mary contest. She has submitted a questionnaire which will
Gravols Mills, Mo..Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Austin of VerMett of Holmes Beach this week attended the be rated in competition with: others from various
Springfield Mo. furniture show at the Atlanta Merchandise Mart. parts of the state. U winner of the state contest she
HOLMES COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Clarke of MR. AND MRS. PETE REYNARD of the Holmes will then be eligible for a$1OOO scholarship awardedin
Stanhope, Prince Edward Island. Beach Yacht Club attended the meetings this week of the national contest.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.J.E.Stewart the Florida Restaurant Association held at the PortO Mary Is the daughter of Mrs. Charles Kaekel of
of Webb, Ala...Roy Carr of West Sacramento Calif. Call in St. Petersburg. 48th Street Holmes Beach.
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Byron Arkebauer 224 F. D. Building ProgramThe DAVE I. JONES. 50, of i
k k L1 Roy Ferguson 222 Now Vestrymen
Earl Carter 219 Anna Marla Volunteer Fire 101 First St. No.. Braden-
J Frank Davidson 218 Department has completed the first ton Beach died Thursday. Elected members of the
Bob Guild 2)4 phased its building program with the
Bob Reinel 202 recent Installation erf a new entrance Jan 9. at a local hospital. Vestry of the Episcopal
t Clayton Bower 198 featured by a 22-I/2-fooc wide fiberglass Born In Terra Ceia.he had Church of The Annunciation -
J Harvey Meyer. 196 overhead door. The new en lived in Bradenton Beach at the annual meetingof
Lloyd Hanson 196 trance fronting on Gulf" Drive will
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ISLAND MIXED' LEAGUE Bud Hottman 194 allow for faster and safer exit of the for ten years having lived the church on Sunday
. Co inick'a TV Service took, three fire truck in an. emergency This previously in Bradenton evening were E.C. Kava-
. point from first place Bayou Marina HIGH SERIES (MEN) Improvement was paid for by the AnnaMarla
Friday evening In laland Mixed League Bob Guild 398 Island Fire Control District. and Jacksonville. Before naugh H. B. Babcock
1 bowling. High scorer were Dick Bob Relnel :373 Next phase of the building program retiring he was a fruit Wes Pritchard and Arthur
Coanlck, ISO. Jim Anderson 49$; Ed Roy Ferguson 368 for which funds are now being raised
1J Jlaverkos.188-328. Lloyd Hanson 34O: by the volunteers themselves is f6r salesman. He was a mem- Johnson for two-year
I Other scores were Island Pharmacy Bud Hottman 336 an addition to house larger and improved ber of the Island Baptist terms And Ted Tripp and
|S. Sand Bar 1. (Frank Davidson. 218- Ed Haverko :328 training and command
$33: Byron Arkebauer. 224-5WK Aaron VanOstenbrldge :323 facilities. Present quarters are too Church. Ed Lee for one-year
. I Dick Wagner Realty 3. B K Hard- Earl Carter :316 small for the stepped-up training Survivors are his wife terms. Other Vestrymen
[ware 1. (Bud Hottman. 194-536; Clayton Bower :313 program of the volunteer department.This .
[Clayton Bower. 198. Lloyd Hanson Chick Chapman SOO long needed Improvement Is Mrs. Emily Jones; two whose terms have another
l j S40) Roy Phillips. SOO now In Its final planning stage. It Is daughters. Miss Mary year to run are George
jl' Motel 3. Schuchard hoped that construction will begin
r Lay-Z-Llv-N Alice Jones and
l'l'i Miss Lu- Athorne and Peter
Plumbing I.(Bob Reinel.202-:573: ;Bob THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE within two months. Mag-
i 4 [Guild. :226-398): Schuchard Plumbing B.K Hardware To raise additional funds the volunteers cille Jones both at home nuson.
Anna Maria City Pier 3.Island Marline Dick Wagner Realty A.M.City. Pier are now seeking Items for their and two sisters, Mrs. R.
Supply 1. (Earl Carter. :219-316: ; Bayou Marina Linen Rental Service next attic auction which will be heldat PHOTO !BY REDON Card
3 I Roy Phillips. 188-30O). Bay Area Insurance Island Pharmacy the fire house Saturday. Mar. 14. K. Baswell of Bradentonand PartyA
Linen Rental Service 2. Bay Area Connlck's TV Service Sand Bar Items will be picked up by the firemen Mrs. Sherrill Teaque VFW Auxiliary successful luncheon-
; [insurance 2. (Chick Chapman. 188- Lay-Z-UY-N Island Marine Supply who may be notified by calling the
j [SCO; Roy Ferguson. 222-368). II i resident fireman. John P. Engel. at of Gainesville. Twenty-five members of card party was sponsoredlast
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE 778-1272. the administrative number Funeral services were the Auxiliary of Anna week by the EpiscopalChurchwomen
LEAGUE STANDINGS First place VanOstenbrldge Builder of the Anna Maria' Fire Department.
Bayou Marina 48.3: took three points from Schuchard held at Griff it h-Cllne Maria Island Post 1899 of the
'Linen Rental Service 44.3: Plumbing In Island Bowling League Charles Weaver 208 Island Chapel Saturday VFW. met a few nights Church of The Annunciation -

Island Bay Area Pharmacy Insurance 41 40 action scorers Monday:. Chick evening Chapman with 202368.high John Lloyd Holmes Hanson 201 2O6 afternoon with the Rev. ago at the home of Mrs. with -40. tables In

Sand Bar 39.5: and Dick Swauger.222-54. Roy Phillips 204 Lee Ratllff. pastor of the Mabel Wyatt of Bradenton play at the parish house.
Schuchard Plumbing 39 Other scores were* BaYOU..rlna3.. Art Schumaker 204
Island Church of- Beach. I
Baptist table and door
Dick Wagner Realty 39 Roser Men's' Club 1. (Roy Phillips. Chick Chapman 202 Many
Anna Maria, City Pier 38.3: 2O4-324; Dick Wiggins. 17O-456). Andy Rasmussen 194 ficiating. Burial was in The charter was drapedIn prizes were awarded. The
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B fc K Hardware 36.5 Anna Maria. Electric 3. Pete Reynard's Gillette Cemetery. of Sister Irene committee
memory arrangements
Island Marine Supply 30.5 Restaurant 1. (R F.r uson. TOP TEN SERIES
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 30 2O8-323; Charles Pike. 12- I). Chick Chapman 563 Lanier, who died recently. Included Mrs. George
Connlck's TV.Service. 29 Tropical Vista 3. laland Marine' Bill Thlbodeau V>7 Woman's Club Louise Fulford was installed Harris, Mra. J. P. Coleman -
Supply 1. (Bob Guild 193. Roger John Holmes 563
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) Hayne 361; John Holmes 2O8-363) Roger llaynea 561 The board of directorsof as treasurer; Mrs. A. L. Genungand
Peg Hottman 189 City Pier Beachcombers 3. Cray Frank Davidson :MO the Island Woman's Leona Glclch. first vice Mrs. lIerbert Bab-
Dot Bower 187 Econowasb 1. (Bill Thlbodeau. 211- Aaron VanOstenbrldge S3S
Kay Ferguson 177 567; E. Smalley. 193. Jim Eddowes. Bob Guild 345 Club will meet at the president and Jeannette cock.
Dot Davidson 173 310). Dick Swauger :S45 home of Mra. Lawrence White second vice presi
Peg Hottman 164 The ISLANDER 2.3.: Bay Area Insurance Tom Edwards 544 Anniversary DinnerAn
Colby. 2313 Avenue dent. Past
B. President Nell
pat Geyer 162 1.3.: (Ken Fe Ilow.. 177-318: Andy Rasmussen 543:
Dot Bower 161 Lloyd Hanson.. 2O6-331). .. Bradenton Beach at 1 McCallum was Installing anniversary dinnerof

Dot Pat Geyer Bower 160 160 LEAGUE STANDINGS John VanOatenbrldge TEN LOW GAMES 99 p.m.. Monday. Jan. 20. officer. Roser Memorial Community -
Betty Phillips 138 VanOstenbrldge Builders 48 Fred lIorne 107 Three new memberswere Mrs. Mablc Williams and Church will be
Kay Ferguson 137 Bayou Marina 43.5 Frank Mokry. 111 welcomed at lastweek.s Mra. Loretta Harrison served at the Holmes
Island Marine Supply 44 Fred Horne 113
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Tropical Vista 4O.5 Wally Warner 114 club meeting: Mrs.H. became members of the Beach Yacht Club at 6:30
Dot Bower 3O8 Schuchard Plumbing 40 K. P.Smith 117 P. Williams of Braden Auxiliary.All p.m., Thursday Jan. 16,
482 Anna Maria Electric 38 GEORGE T1IIOODBAU 119
Peg Kay Hottman Ferguson 468 Rover Men's' Club 37.5 Hank Barber 122 ton Beach and Mrs. Sam Auxiliary memberswho with all members and
Dot Davidson 442 Bay Area Insurance 33.5 Frank Mokry. 123 Bailey and Mrs. Leonard are visiting the area friends of the church In-

Pat Betty Geyer Phillips 432 424 City Gray's Pier Econowaah Beachcomber. 33 33 MELVIN' "LEFTY". MILLER. 126 Smith of Holmes Beach. will be welcome at meet- vited.

Phyllis Chapman 4O6 The ISLANDER 31 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Another new member Ings of the local group. The dinner and program

Jo Gladys Sartord Burghardt 398 401 Pete Reynard's. Restaurant. 29.5 Schuchard Area Insurance Plumbing The A..ISLANDERBay ...Electric Mrs. J. W. Schoonover of They arc held at the Anna are to observe the end of

Roselyn. Haverkos 394 TOP TEN GAMES Gray's Econowaah. Roger M.. C. Bradenton Beach, was not Marla Community House Ro er.a 50th anniversary
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Dick Svauger 22Fr.nk Bayou Marina IslaridMarine. Supply>> able to attend the meet- at 8 p.m., the second year and Its many special
HIGH GAMES (MEN) Davidson 212 City Pier B'combers Tropical Vista
Bob Guild 226 Bill Thlbodeau 211dad VanOstenbr'gs Bldrs. Pete Reynard's Ing. Tuesday of each month. evcniH.

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CHURCHES LEGAL NOTICES High Twelve Club Christian Science Ser.
Petitions for candidates for the
ST. BERNARD MISSION offices of Mayor and City Commissioner The Island High Twelve A Christian Science I
of the City of Anna Maria.
(Roman Catholic) Florida must be sinned by ten quail- Club will meet at noon. message entitled

R.". Francis F. WelsmJller fled electors and may be filed. with Thursday. Jan. 16,. at the Faith,' will be broadcast
until 31. '96"
MASS: noon. January
FRANCES V. MAXON Holmes Beach Yacht Club Sunday Jan. 19. Local
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 City Clerk with Ralph Burnsworth of broadcast of the programis
WEEKDAYS: 8 am 1-9 It 16.'64 scheduled for 10:30
Bradenton to be the speaker. -
HOLY DAYS: 8 am ELECTION NOTICE He is a retired civil a.m., Sunday over Station
The City of Aims Maria.Florida will
C pm hold an electloaonTue.day.FebruaryII. engineer and also is an WDAE, 1250 kilocycles.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: 1964. to electaMayorandtwoCltyCo.nmi.siorWrs. amateur archeologist.anda Speaker will be Lloyd E.

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm FRANCES. V. MAXON collector of Indian arti- Contant representing the

Horvey Memorial City Clerk facts. He has collected First Church of Christ
ChurchNon.D.nomlnatlona 1-9. 16. 3> 4 30. *64
( relics from Indian moundsIn Scientist, of Boston.
Brad.nton Beach NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING {
of this
parts
many
Be*. A. W. Slmros There will be a meeting of the Zoning Episcopal Ch'chw'menThe
and has unearthed
of the of country
Adjustment Board City Anna
SUNDAY: Maria. Florida at 1 p.m.. Saturday. many secrets of vanished Episcopal Church- Home at 613 Fern Street, Anna Maria, purchased
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. January la. 19 .f. at the Community tribes. women of the Church of recently by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winter, from the j
Service. House to conalder a request by Philip Estate of Mrs. Marie Brown. George Wagner of
Church
10:30 a. m. llruhl. 203 Cocoanut Avenue Anna Attendance at meetingsis The Annunciation

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Maria to construct a carport on the larger each week as meet at 9 a.m., Thursday Holmes Beach, Registered Real Estate Broker,
side of existing l building. Said carportto
Rev. Lee RatliH. Pastor come within three (3) feet of lot members return from the Jan. 23, with a Corporate negotiated the sale. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
line rather than seven (7) feet as Communion the
north. to
THURSDAY: law. Also the Includes open > I
required by plan JSST -.
7:30 pm Vota Vita Class. an expansion of present build- ChurchmenThe meeting. Mrs. E. Powell '
Fidelis Class.SUNDAY Ing said expansion to be seven(7)feet Episcopal McWhlrter. director of B3Sg3.mmu |
from rear lot line, rather than ten art
Island Episcopal the St. Petersburg deanery -
: ((10) feet a. required by law. '.
School. Ted Trlpp. Chairman Churchmen promise all ,. will be the guest
9:30
am Sunday
Zoning Adjustment Dd. comers an evening of Old speaker. She will use as
10:45 am Worship Service. i r
NOTICE TO CREDITORS West fun and excitement her topic "The ChristianArt
5:30 pm Concord Choir. To All Creditors Legatees. Dis "
with of Listening.
6:30 Service. tributees and All Persona having together appropriated
Worship
pm Claim. or Demand.against the Estateof c o r, atmosphere and This will be Mrs. Mc- i

MONDAY: Floy Irene Morgan Lanler.decea.- music Friday evening. Whirter's first visit to the

8:00 pm Building Planning ed You and each of you. are hereby High winners may pick local church, and officersof 'ttfrf I

Committee. notified and required to fUe.ny claim. their choices from tempt- the Churchwomen's organization -
and demands which!\ you or either of
TUESDAY: you may have against the estate of ing merchandise prizes urge all mem- If., ...... ....
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7:00 pm. Choir Rehearsal. Ploy Irene Morgan Uanl r. deceased awarded for skill in a wide bers to attend the meeting. -,;1 --
late of Manatee County. Florida with N
WEDNESDAY: and odd assortment of fun cc -- -- .
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the Honorable Robert A. Rickey. Ilk : __
7:00 pm RA. GA & Sun- County Judge of Manatee County games geared to a wide Island School PTA
beams. Florida at Ms office In the Court range of taste and skills. The meeting of the Island Home on Gulf Drive, Dradenton Beach, which has been
House of said County within al* (6)
7:00 pm Prayer & Bible calendar months from the time of the Even musical quizzes will School PTA has been post- purchased by Mrs. Pearl Kennedy of Bradenton from

Study. first publication i>t this notice. be included. poned from Tuesday Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Price of Holmes Beach. Sale ,
MILTON L. MORGAN
Executor of the Estate of Interludes of live folk- 21,. to Tuesday evening was handled by Bud Hottman salesman associatedwith

ftoser(Non-Donomlnatlonol Memorial Church) Floylrrne Deceased Morgan Uanler. singing will highlight the Jan. 28. Dick Wagner, Realtor, of Bradenton Beach.

R.... Hlehard K. Wiggins JAMES M. WALLACE entertainment with var- Dill Evers junior deputy BUILDER OF HOMES
for Estate. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Attorney ied Instrumental coordinator of the
PosterTHURSDAY accom- Mana-
Houses suitable for Island
42O- 12th St. West Licensed Electrical .1
: nradenton. Florida paniment. tee County Sheriff's Contractors climate I I and conditions.Gulf .

3:15 pm Cherub Choir. 1-lft. 27. 10; :7.664UNCLASSIFIED Tickets may be obtainedin office, will be the guest Drive at Pine Avenue Remodeling Additions &

6:30 pm Anniversary Dinner. advance from any speaker. In their effort to L. (ROY) FERGUSON Repairs. Trustworthy
estimates
SUNDAY: 8 IlneaSl.O0.minimum5Oadvance member of the organization prevent any rise in the low PHONES:Night Day 778.2143 778.2059 NORMAN ROSEDALEAnna given.

9:00 am Worship Service. required ,. or at the door. for a Juvenile dellnouency, Maria 7781410
payment
10:00 am Sunday School. donation of $1 each. the Sheriff's L partmentwill

11:15 am Worship Service. $)LOSTl Reward.Pair fleas of iii-Fucal Call Anderson glaaaes.at Games will begin at 8 launch the Manatee

7:00 pm Intermediate & Sr. 77B-I9I7' ,. o'clock In the parish hallat County Sheriff's Junior Griffith-Cline Funeral Homes
FOR RENT 2'Uedroom. (;1) home,
*
44th Street west of Deputy League. to teach
Youth Fellowships. 1/2: block from beach In choice Holmes
MONDAY teach areat Winter season or longer.Or Gulf Dr., Holmes Beach. good citizenship.
: will consider selling_ for I3.OOO.. 24 HOURAmbulance
7:00 pin Boy Scout Troop 7. Tel lephnn.. Owner n T7M214I.RCUFIIOUSTLHlNGi : .
WEDNESDAY Sofa bed*. $15 Do You Need ARUBBER
UPI overstuffed chairs.$IO up.Everything Service
10 am to 2 put Mission for the rental.Pstten Furniture "
ISIS Cornea Rd. W. Hlackw..tof: 14thSjrg
Workshop. .t. rftqpeTfT' -137ft. STAMP?
SALE. r..wIJ..
FOR Trailer ami :a
Gloria Dal' Evangelical Cabana. See at 727 7th Si.Gulf Park Telephone: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Lutheran Church nr Call r>wnyr ar "*?''-Inn".
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW WITH
UUl'i IUH SAUti Cull Frool. |1O.OUO .,
n.". Lester N. Uls. Raster 742-1011 BIlADEHTON1'J
] 77lh St. Canal $ .000. 7Sth St.
SUNDAY: Canal $3.UOJ 73rJ St.. 13,000.JOIIN THE ISLANDERfor

IMS am Church School. II.Hr_"fc PROIHERO..r. lift- II 1st Reg.Strrer Real_77ran. Estate-211., FAST QUALITY SERVICE
10:30 am The Service. 5AL.CI Rattan. StWa ,. nKe
Char PfammaMf.I Call 77B-HII.FOR .
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal.Christian ..
5AL.I:i Waterfront' home with
Income. Centrally located In Holmes
Scl.nc. Service
Itesch. Shown by appointment only.
A. M. Community House Call Own T at 77t.td42. ieet : IN PERFECTLY FITTED AJtfnmllQa
.
ori.N WCT nt iToRAGiavail
SUNDAY: able at : at the
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN MA YOU ::1'ft rN'1g.rWJ'I": ;; : .So..
/Anna i Maria. Call T7H-242: }. MASONSHOES
SCIENCE: SPRVICI. FOR SALEi fly Owner--Canal Front
14*. 100 i 100. Concrete Sea Wall.

Longboat Non-Denominational Island Chapel I Street.City Water fine and location Artesian tlolme Well.leach.Paved :,._ // z ? ;oa'2. 8'c4 4cceDvrece
( '
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SATURDAY: crrtsa"- unH*I
1:30 p.m. Sr. Choir. PL"J. Also A'ff-r-T Dressmaking! P x... 7711-14 Drapes.. Mrs fa sun 1/entf Doace

SUNDAY FOR HLNTt N w I-rUMlruum I. -
clancy Apartments w/ Central heat fc ENJOY Th. Comfort .1 Walking' All Day Left9 eo o
this i.in. Church School- sir conditioning. Cloe to beach & : lI ,
its & Teens ehopplna II y munch, eeaeon or year ._" Soft Cushion of Alrl' ,J:1 1 ( I -
.
Reasonable I rales. 77-lJl. or writeQ. r'f, .
10:50 a.in. Church SchoolKindergarten -- ,., ,.. -
I' lee ''A ,1" 'k.ech.ALl. AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH YOUR \ -
l A Primary FOR S .. M.ta' kitchen cabinet 'S
and sink. Aleo will cabinets. Pair 0=
lltOOa.m.. W.nhlJ'ServiC'C. condition. Price vary low. Call 77*. LOCAL MASON SHOE COUNSELORCALL
A Senuon. I1M" rhrr: p.rn. -1 5t p.t
FOR .6LMES E1CACII: [>UHLKX .
Church .. Th. Annunciation APT. 2 tledrunma. 1 n.t.... Cap Wilkes/ 778-1434
Uw"'. Roum.K lichen,IMnlnau FloridaRoom.
(Episcopal) WellfumUh d.Cluotaleach.Month .
...*. GereU K. U.... Heeler or Sea-. w.* Damn. 77'..212*. 2813 Avc. E. Holmes Beach

IHURSDAYtIV00 LU.VKAK.jtMic A r-.Pt-RHMrVrfryS lTENANCKe M iUf.* I-

am Holy. luclurltt.SI MOWING TRIMMJNO.rUX .
.IISK2. FLOORS CLKANKD ,*()(..- ATTENTION ALL SPORTS i
COND> SUNDAY AKTIK ISHM1. WINtXIWS, WASIED S on.lu -/;
mPIIANYt RUMIr rFICItMf Stitt VICR.pl- YRLE
"t\ASt.NA: IU.tt ""fitS.. ,Refr.--=... FUN + = PRIZES 'N'IIqrs
HOO am Holy' I.uclurlst1O H.I-N fKULOWS. ..OMH 77*,awl SK.lll
:'10 am family" Lui.harlsi: ASrimon. '-oM. 11\ ,'.... t. H. _, W.atnO
: q."rfC' !! _
...... 1 1..o.teacher. 1
liurcli: SCKH! >|1. Mr*. !K.wash.2'UA.4in Sf.. P'

t Jftt'(;:! at.1:110&1 Ior G\l.1f_().rL.64th..We.Call .. { ride the bus

P IU" Q t.
LET US u.t a.A a I\.ctl\ W...
KEN rr.lO.Owl. T7. 2".. after &
Scrub&Wax Your FloorsFLOOR 4.)0....

GAME bank with usThe

; 'eee-7 'a READ TUB ISLANDER I ISwedish ( Bank with 31 wonderful services including

CLEANERS complete TRUST Department)

MassageANTON

... t.es. H.-. 0....... Live Old Timey Music with Folk Singing

s...... OH..... MotelsSpecWizint M CHtlSTINSfMoW BANK

In GLORIA CMItSTINSCNSffwet. MANY PRIZES FOR HIGH WINNERS 1JconI .

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TILeWOODTe.RAZZOALL 771.421BLA.O FRIDAY JAN. 17th

WORK GUARANTeED P
NATIONAL SANK
6 AJ8011! $1 Donation 8 12 P.M.
... .- YE ro c
!* Aim r. f .
Or MAOCMTOM
FLORIST

\ For Free EstimucCall. -,... iNiese. lr sits lairad- - 1 COMPLETE TRUST DEPARTMENT
PARISH
.
Any ccNighc Dfad: GrasvcU Ho4.IfK -&g. EPISCOPAL N..,.., r....... 0...... w.e..... C--.. ..L
744- 45) .. tad r....... ........ -..__

745-7115 741-1806 744-9110 *.... S g..s 44th St., HOLMES BEACH AIR|I"*a, siAMASOTA BANK. U.S. 41. WlrtteU a""aPage

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>age 7 THE ISLANDER Thursday January 16, 1964


I ISLAND REAL (ESTATEYOUR I



BEST BUY 4-Bedroom.DO YOU NEEDA 2-Bath An Excellent Choice Of Well Priced Homes EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS

I NEW CBS. Furnished CB Home? It has a large HOLMES BEACH
Screened Porch and two- NEW 2-Bedroom Home with many extras--
ITwo-Bedroom Home, car garage. Excellent EXCLUSIVE LISTING--$15OOO DICK
Holmes Beach Location
Ready For near Shopping Center & TWO BEDROOM, 11/2 Bath New Home w/
Beach. Owner MUST Central Heat. Owner must sell. Make Offer I WAGNER
[IMMEDIATE occupancy leave and will sacrifice
for ONLY $17.900.George ANNA MARIA
I--ONLY $11.800--With JUST REDUCED TO SETTLE AN ESTATE:
Wagner Two-Bedroom Home close to fishing pier.
GOOD TERMSI( Priced to Buyer's Advantage at only >7.5OOI REALTOR
Call Ralph Parrish REALTY EXCLUSIVE LISTING

or Peggy Associate Moore Island Shopping Center THAT RARE THING: A lot between highwayand ;...jlJ1f..re
.
Gulf in desirable location. ,., "
PHONE 778-2444 -- a Exclusive. "
|Parrish Realty
Or WRITE BOX 1012 GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME. REALTOR
P.O.Plaza,Anna Maria ANNA MARIA :
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 .
C...E.Wo..". Bag.Broker
718-1902 or 778 2121 .. .
AiU n Pik.. Associate SISLER I. DUDLEY. Brok..Sol.snion 77a-2154 '
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA ts.a :- t
... r
GOOD BUY ,
We Still Have A Model Openfor 'l- y d _.. '
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT--CLOSE TOTHE .
Inspection and Several
=
BEACH & BOAT BASIN--PRICED AT ONLY ;
Nearing Completion.Pick :;
$3,3001 SEE OUR SIGN AT 76th St.&Palm Dr,

MAHAR Real Estate -; .. Yours before

UTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO MAHAR BROKER LT it is Completed BEST BUY ON SARASOTA BAY 2 or 3-Bedroom
,1 Furnished Home. Third Bedroom can be used an a
02 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA Study Studio or Rental. Living Room And l Florida
SEASIDE GARDENS Room overlook Bay. Price 22500. To Settle Estate.

Canal Front HomesI
\ .
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I Have Two New 2 BR 2 B and JACK HOLMES, Realtor ,'.f.'',H; ,""

One 3 BR at Reduced Prices.
,
ALSO One 2 BR and One 3 BR

Furnished and Priced LOW.

JOHN B. PROTHERO

__
tECISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES &. RENTALS h.u

116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

'''..'.w.,. ,' '.
.. I__ 'C,: \ .' .".... '
Move Right In!
2-Bedroom. 2-(Uath Homo on Canal atn: "-71I1t Street
At End of Chilson Ave., Anna Maria Holmes Beach. Central Alrcondltlonlng. Stove and
Refrigerator Carpeting Drapes and Yard Too In.
New 2 BR2 Bath Home Large for
Ready Occupancy at ONLY$18.9OOI.OOOdown.Aimumo .
BRAND NEW HOME on Lot with 202 feet of
Florida Room, Utility, Garage, Electric Sea walled CANAL FRONTAGE: Three Largo Mortgage.
Bedrooms; two tiled baths; Intercom system;
Ceiling Heat, Central Airconditioning.Canal Central Heat and Over-Sized Air Conditioner J
10x2-4 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floor
Front Lot in Holmes Beach thruout; Completely Insulated; Connection "
for Washer and Dryer.

ONLY $18,500 $22.500 YOUR TERMS : t Additional Site Available

Good Terms AvailableCall WRITE KEN TOUT, HOLMES BEACH 4

CALL 778-2177

Owner 7782628EXCEPTIQMAL.t

$16.680 MOVE-IN TO

NEW WATERFRONT HOME


MOTEL SITEs 150x700: feet--ISO ft. Gulf I'rontago
and ISO ft. (Bay frontage, 700 ft. deep--ONL.Y SITU
like this left on the Weal Count. Owner Sacrificing
AT ONLY J5 .OOOI Caah OR IOOOO DownOwnorWill
Carry Mortgaicv.DUPLKXs .

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-- BUILT BY Wm. B. LEE Co. AT

.
608 71st St., HOLMES BEACH

608 Baronet Lane Key Royale 95 Ft. SEAWALLED LOT

SELDOM does the home buyer have the opportunityto 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Breakfast
acquire a new home that haa been put togetherwith
such loving care and selectivity,and which la Nook, Full Garage
set among Palma and Banyan on a large canal
front lot of exceptional beauty.
2 Bedroom Apartment Upstairs, and a
LARGe 2 Bedroom Apartment on First Floor.Need
OWNERS must return north and offer this excitingnew aome< repa I rm. 1hs good Income record.Lot IOO x 100.
home unfurnished, but Including dozen of '
PRICE : .
S12.8OO--$2OOO Down-A* ume Mortgage.
extra features that help to make ahouaea HOME!

Shown by appointment only REGISTERED BROKER See' REALTOR,

Jack Marshall RealtorM CALL 778-1917 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
Office On KEY ROYALE
&M Building 778-2614 Anna Mara; 778-2663 or eve. 778-1464



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8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday.January 16, 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


Huffinc's Standard Service IASU Call|| 778-2012 PICK UP YOUR FFlEE 19&4-

j 24 CALL HOUR 778-1771 WRECKER SERVICE R. C. SCHUCHARD INNORCROSS ?$tue ?$ J

night 778-1440 PLUMBING CONTRACTOR GOOD SELECTION OF

Anna Maria ISIa 1d's Only 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH Jf Bridge Prizes |Vj 4III

LICENSED DEALER PLUMBING FIXTURES SUP PLIES,PUMPS. REPAIRS
.j ...Tallies Score Pads C
j S ""*""
Buick-Rambler-Dodge-Podge-Dart-Plymouth IMAGINE!!! i P 4 Cards ty Party Goods

'ft* Sunday Hours: 9 5
NEW WALLHIDEONE Completing 5<7->_!v Free Gift & Mail Wrap
dddkr. Lending Library
J S (J.- It ., SAid.r ..1Wetvt 1.A. DwrtK...
COAT FLAT : -"\ tf '
.
s- ", 7 :: '-.
3 1 m Iss 1

matching colors in 'e4one o>i //te eI

'Sa"tin.hidet1OLOLUSTRE P JACKETSBy


ENAMELITh v \ \ Mal Regular Marshall& Long t h'..;' '

Shorts
Walking
.j:
9Utt. 4i.ce O eo 4'4Beach 'iii.\ Laundry finished S40e DACRON COTTON MADRASMatching '!1., ::; .

\e \ Short Sets .J..I I
------------------ (. SS\O\ -or- .., ..;:pl'

Holmes S.pplies Inc. 9toot... tad coin operated ,rep f Qran Sport Shirts Shirt Jacs-':i

.,. 778-1131 o9 eac *e Cabana Sets Swim Wear
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
Congratulations & Best Wishes
Holmes Beach Coin-Laundry to
Rich's Beach Drugs
1964

Gookin" CrystalsIn

NTY i' Your Home Oven ti

hew 7'zcucawee
m Layaway Phone
----------------- Plan 7781161CHOICE
1964 MODELS NOW COMING IN itC s w n+.n 1 oron.en


.- Color fbte"'* MEATS & PRODUCE
.
H Demonstration HOBKy( 78-1020

: ,' Always 1. HOP c..o.a v =
.,' ( Mt o-.IJ
'1 Lif' Available i I I
I 1964 Arrivals OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
****
.,.,... ., EVERY DAY
"" "'''"
1964 ZENITH ;m:: ;:JI/ '" -: Handbags-Straw BagsThongsSun ISLAND
"
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
.YtI' Glasses-US Keds-Kedettes
"
""" ''III, ; j
QUALITY ''''''':. ; HH'" I :
''UWm.: ''','''II"... I GLASSWARE-KITCHENWARE-HATS
:::"'IJ''r. ,. .(].- .i..i."f 1!
_
RADIOS ., u. PLUS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS
..
:: ..,..... 20% OFF
WE ALSO HAVE A FEW

ISLAND TV 778-1703 WOMEN'S STRAW HATS <@ 88C
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ALL HEATERSTilley
Corner of' Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-IOJI
& Electric 1
\A/KT -'OUNHG aiDS MaY cues
RENT
TT KM -rtAYrtNS DIAna *********
-HIGH CHAIRS *LImNS *SUMtATMINC con
... STlOClHi LAMKO1
Linen R...... Service 77i-l472 9t itit9 ie'e94 -
214.54th St. Holmes Beach
Rod ZEBCO 202 Reel Line

When you see us- All for $5.85

Don Think of INSURANCE... *********
1".P Couplet u.. of

When you Think of INSURANCESEE STANLEYDrapery

US & Curtain Rods
& Accessories

.. ."'.. 91Ud Co_pUt 1115...(. Stmct W K DELIVER:> 77S-2S11

INCLUDING LIFEBay..7reagnsurance OPEN TIL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
', ;: Manatee County Water

Company Cl &
(INCOftTOIATlb) (
-..- .......
$..,.... c...... .....Office... .:.... ,...we
TELEPHONE 778-2O22 778-1697 778-1548 AUTHORIZED COAST A CCOOCT1C CMAKT ACCMCTPaRe




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