Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: February 6, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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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No. 639 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1064 TEN CENTS





Anna Maria City Election Tuesday, Feb.11





Alderman August Wagner Ferguson Opposed By Warner For Mayor I

LLIl
Resigns In Holmes BeachIn Moses And Haynes Running Unopposed


a surprise move followinga r Heading the ballot at the Anna the city commission at a special -
meeting of the Holmes Beach I :' Maria City Election on Tuesday election on June 1. 1962.

Board of Aldermen Tuesday Feb. 11, will be incumbent when he ran unopposed at a

evening. Alderman August Prt Mayor James O. Ferguson. candidate for the uncxpircd
/
Wagner resigned his seat on Opposing Ferguson for A two- term of Jerome Attanaslo. who

the board. Although the meet- t( year term as mayor will be resigned. In the special election -

ing had been adjourned it was Wallace M. Warner makinghis he polled the surprisingtotal

reconvened and Wagnersresignation "with- es* r second bid for position. of 147 votes.

was accepted M Other candidates arc Com- Moses and his wife vacationed

regret.. missioners Robert It. Moses' on the Island from 1948 until
..
r ; and Mrs. Alma: Haynes both they moved to Anna Maria in

unopposed for reelection to 1958 to make their permanent

two-year terms.Candidates home. They reside on Tarpon

for the Heat on the Street. Until his retirement

city commission Icft vacant by from active participation in

I robF the recent resignation of Com- business. Moses was secre

missioner Arthur C. Hanson, tary-treasurer and a directorof

\ r will be political newcomers the Lavorls Co. of Minneapolis -

Thomas A. McKay and C. lie is nowadirectorand

Frank Cavendish. They will vice president of the Island

compete for the one-year bal- (Bank.

ANNA MARIA CANDIDATES. Top row. left to right Mayor ance of Hanson's term. Cavendish, a native of Columbus -

James Ferguson C. Frank Cavendish and Mrs. Alma: Ilayncs. Ferguson, a native of New Ohio has lived In the

Bottom row. left to right. Wallace M. Warner. Thomas A. Jersey, has lived In the city city about two years, lie came

McKay and Robert R. Moses. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) ten years and with hit wife here from Detroit and was a
make his home on Hay Boule sales representative for Trop-

AUGUST WAGNERWagner.s Tritt A Candidate New B.B. Police Chief vard. lie IH an Army veteranof Icana Products. Ho lives on

World War I, and for many Bay Boulevard with his wife
letter of resignation Former Alderman Merrill M. Elven R. "Moon" Mullls of
years operated his own business 1- and twin daughters. With his ,
read as follows: "I wishto Tritt of Holmes Beach told 216 -51st Street West. Brad- In Montclalr. N. J. and wife he owns and operates the

take this opportunity to friends a few days ago that he enton. this week was appointed later was employed for a number Rod and Reel Fishing Pier. He

inform you that I will termi- would be a candidate for one of Bradcnton Beach Police Chief. of years by the DuPont has never held public office

nate my term of office at once. the vacant seats on the boardof Mullls. for the past seven Chemical Co. but say he IH in the city most I',

So that a successor to the aldermen at the Mar. 10 years a toll collector on the He has served three tern on of the time and eels that ho

remainder of my term maybe city election. Cortez and Anna Maria bridges the city commission the last can serve the community well r

placed on the election ballot. Tritt served two two-year to the Island formerly was a two years an mayor. If he Is elected.McKay .

I am giving you this notice terms on the board from 1958to member of the Manatee County Warner a native of England l In a native of Minnesota -

immediately."I 1962. but declined to run for Road Patrol. The patrol was lived in New Jersey for many but lived In Lakeland

have a responsibility to reelection to a third term at an organization that in the years before moving to Anna from the time he was a child.
myself and family.My reputation that time. early 1940s worked under the
Maria four years ago. He now lie han lived on North Shore
and character have always
supervision of former SheriffC. resides with his wife and two Drive for about eight years
been above reproach. Youth Center ElectionA J. Hutches and later under
children on ChllHon Avenue. He In married and han one
"Since becoming a memberof meeting at the Island Youth Sheriff Roy Baden.
He served four yearn in the daughter a student at the Uni-
this board the board as a Center will be held at 8 p.m.. Mull!. plans to move to the U. S. Marine Corps during vernlty of Florida.

unit and as an individual Tuesday. Feb. I". at which five Island soon. lie will assume World War II. and after the Formerly a co-owner of the
member. 1 have been continu- directors will be elected two his new duties as soon as he In
war. owned and operated his Bayou Marina McKay a
ally verbally attacked and for one-year terms and three is released from his work on own hardware store in Wu *1- director of the Inland Bank.
harrassed. I feel this to be a
for two years each. the bridges. bury. N. J. for 14 yearn. He For ten yearn before moving
character assassination by Board members whose terms According to City Clerk Mrs. now works at the B & K Hardware to Anna Maria, he wan chair-

association."To are to expire are Donald E.Mellln Sophie Carothers. Mullla is to In Holmes Beach. man of the Federal housing I

all you loyal voters who Aaron VanOstcnbrldgc receive a monthly salary of Warner never ban held public Authority in Lakeland. Although -
helped elect me and had con-
Jr.. Ernest Cagnlna. Mrs. $37 .
office. In his firm venture into he often han been urged
will
fidence In I hope you
me.
William Barrett and Mrs.
understand position." Chicken Barbecue Sunday politics he wan defeated by to run for the city comminnlon.
my Frank Dobbe.
he before han been
Ferguson fur mayor of Anna never a
Wagner told reporters he had Members whose terms have Another of the winter series for
candidate office.
Marta two yearn ago. In the public
intended to resign as of the of chicken barbecues will be
another year to run are C. V. of theLakeland
Io2 election
November general McKay wan president
end of the city's fiscal year liottman and Mrs. Thomas C. served from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.. he wan a Republican Exchange Club and lam
(Feb. 29). "but after tonight's Edwards. Sunday. Feb. 9. at the Uraden- 32nd
candidate; for state representative Degree Manon.
meeting with its conniving Those who have agreed to let ton Beach Fire !House on 2nd but wan defeated by Polls will be open at the Anna

and scheming. I decided Ididn't their names be proposed aboard Street North. Incumbent Wilbur Boyd of Pal Maria Community house from !
want any part of It any members are Cagnlna. Featured on the menu for a ,
metto. 7a.m.telp.m.onalcctlunday.iaectlunofficialn
longer. He said that two Mrs. Dobbs William Barrett. donation of $1 will
per
person Mrs llaynen In a native of will be Waiter '. ,
people in the audience had Mrs. Frances Maxon. Robert be half a barbecued chicken
and ofMichigan Ii. Conrad
a Trlpp deputy
Michigan graduate ;
said "Don't be a quitter and
Hoffman. Wallace Warner. potato salad cole slaw and
clerk and
State Normal College. Clever ; Mrn. T. II.
he had answered them. 1 Charles Spencer. John Huth. rolls. Proceeds are used for
A winter visitor to the Allen. Mrs Peter Karr and
Just can't take It any more. John Witt and Melvin Robar. the department's mortgageretirement .
county since 1936. who han -t ra. Harlo Murdock. Innpcctorn. ;-
According to another alder- Teen Club Director. fund.
been a property owner on the .
man who was seated at the
Inland for 12 yearn, and a New voters In the city may
meeting table at the time Wag- 'w r, permanent resident here for register at the city of flee until 1
told the
ner resigned. Wagner
nix C'.ara. She In a widow and noon. Thursday Feb. 6.
board. "I'm sick of
your han two grown nonn. and makes To be eligible lo vole In the
scheming and for the
conniving
her home In the Lake; LaVlnta, city. A vo er must be over 21.
benefit of individuals.
area. She han nerved a two- and must have lived In the
It la understood that another
year term on thecomrnlnnton. mate for a year or more and
alderman be
will appointed to
Moses became a member of In the city ai 'leant ala monthn.
serve in Wagner's place until

the March election. At that

time a special election must .-5
be held in conjunction "with the j ANNA" MAJIIA ISLAND W-ATMIB

regular election to elect a
member of the board to serve T.,_. .. .... ........

the remaining year of Wag .. m Neon 'p m Ml sjil
ner's term of office.Wagner's '
.*., 2'''44' 4O a' 74J 60 .2
resignation is the
Few ... 2949 47 43 71Jjo. 60 Hun
aecond within a months by ) -
30--M 40 44 Tl: 60 None
members of the board of aldermen -
Ja. :3C3 TO 4A 74 40 Mon
who were' elected in
March. 1962. Alderman P. Isle !..ra 44 C2 44 40 Noo

David Doozer resigned in Isle. 2--w 44 04' *d 99 Nun

July, and Harry vas ley war FBHBG PIER ta Brademoa Beach. Part of the crowd using lab 3--4O 43 3* ..4 t'0 .4

elected In September to take cne' Cortex Bridge for heir favorite apart era recent sunnyafternoon.

Booser** place. (SLAhDEX PHOTO)




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ISLANDER Thursday February 6, 1964
Paste 2 ---
Star To the taxpayers and votersof :
Former Olympic
the City of Anna Maria:
Islander Editorials Comments On Present \
The City of Anna Maria is
Winter Olympic GamesBy now 100 percent debt free.
Your Bayfront Park has pro- 4 4r
Look At The RecordNext
Let's KIT KLEIN OUTLAND gressed in the last few years

Tuesday the voters of Anna Maria City will be calledon from a place where even a
to elect a mayor and three commissioners--all but one "It's all right to be a loser," child could not get a drink of
member of the city's governing board. said the late Knute Rockne of water, to a park which now has l+
Mayor James O. Ferguson, a veteran of six years on the Notre Dame football coaching good sanitary facilities, plusa
city commission, is running for reelection. He will be opposedby fame back in the 1920s, "butdon't children's playground anda
Wallace M. Warner in the election's most important contest. lose!" number of picnic tables and
Two incumbent commissioners, Robert R.Moses and Mrs. Perhaps some ? benches, and three new picnic
Alma Haynes, are running without opposition for reelection to members of the shelters all of which are well t .
_ two-year terms. American team maintained. ,, .
Political newcomers C. Frank Cavendish and Thomas A. which was sent Appearance of your Com- .j.
McKay are running for the one-year unexpired portion of the to the Winter munity House has been changed : .. Ii
term of Commissioner Arthur C. Hansen, who resigned Olympics at considerably. It is now 90 per-
recently. Both candidates are popular and able businessmen Innsbruck in -1 cent safer for those who use it. ,
and both are capable of being good commissioners. Austria should New wider doors have been
After two years in office, this is a good time to analyze have memorized r Installed, with a new fire exit
Mayor Ferguson's fine record. Under his administration steps and practiced on the east side of the building. _..iii ,,
have been taken to eliminate the hit-or-miss paving methods those Also new windows new paint,
used in former years. wise words. KIT OUTLAND and a new heating system. removal of dead trees both of
All streets paved in the past two or three years have been Whereas at one time, Yankee Several new shuffleboardcourts which must be accomplished
paved under the supervision of County Engineer John Benson teams dished it out in Olympic have been built bring- In an economical manner.
and his staff, under a city-county arrangement whereby the competition they are now takEDITOR'S -. ing the total to seven, and off .A new- city office. is a necessity -
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city reimburses the county for actual time of the engineers. street parking facilities have it should have a court
Paving has been done according to county specifications, which NOTE: This articlewas been added. Also through the room, and room for offices
according to sound engineering practice, is designed to last written exclusively for The joint efforts of the city and the where city business can be
30 or more years. All streets have been paved to a width of 20 ISLANDER by Kit Klein Outland Anna Maria Garden Club, the discussed and conducted with-
feet instead of the former 1-4-foot width. Olympic and World's Champion grounds of the CommunityHouse out unnecessary interruptions
And even more Important--a city ordinance has been passed speed skater of the 1930s. Mrs. have been improved something not always possiblein
which outlines the standard street specifications which are Outland is now a winter residentof tremendously. the old water works building
acceptable, and which developers must follow. Also, after a the Island. Annual maintenance cost of which now serves as the city
street has been paved according to those specifications, no your city fishing pier has been office.
owner of abutting property will be called upon to pay any other ing It on the chin. In the skating reduced at least $2,50O by the Tentative plans have been
assessment for future paving work on the street. ice hockey and bobsleddingevents installation of pre-stressed, made for such an office building -
Other accomplishments of the admlnstratlon have been: which we dominated reinforced concrete piling in which would house also,
To reduce the maintenance costs at the city pier by using long from the 1932 games at Lake place of wooden piling. police and emergency disaster
wearing pre-stressed concrete piling instead of wooden piling.To Placid through the 1956 gamesat Roads built during the past facilities for the safety and
renovate the Community House, adding new doors and Oslo, Norway, we now find three years are of soil-cement welfare of the residents of the
windows, add new exits, improve the heating system paint the ourselves literally taking aback base, with a two-inch com- city. And your present mayor
exterior, add more off-street parking, and add new shuffle- seat, surprisingly, to pressed blacktop finish and and board of commissionershave
board courts. sterling athletes from Scan- are 20 feet wide instead of the worked out a means of
To Improve the facilities at the Bayfront Park. dinavian and other northern old 14-foot width. They have carrying out this project with
To step up the lot clearing and mowing program.To European countries,especially been built under the supervision no increase in your city ad
make the mosquito control program more effective.To the well trained Russians. of the Manatee County valorem tax, no bonds and no
purchase a new mosquito fogging machine.To What has happened to our Engineer and not under the notes.
purchase a new tractor, scraper and mower. star athletes of the 1930s and supervision of laymen. Have you noticed that despiteall
One of the major accomplishments of the Ferguson '40s? The majority of this I have been advised by qual- the above improvements
administration has been to keep the city entirely free of debt, country's Olympic competitors ified engineers that the new your city ad valorem tax rate
while at the same time REDUCING the ad valorem tax rate. now are college students. soil-cement roads will last 30 has been lowered over the past
As of this week, the city owes NOTHING but a few small The present curriculum is years or more with the appli- few years? How was it done?
current bills, while at the same time It has on hand and In demanding the pace faster, cation of a blacktop seal coat Because you have had a mayor
reserve Interest-bearing bank accounts, a total of $18OOO! so that as a result resourcesare once every eight to ten years. and commissioners who have
And. In addition, a total of about$10,000 Is owed to the city In scattered. A generationago After installation of this new devoted their full time--with-
paving assessments, much of which will be paid soon after the half our Olympic athletes type of paving, owners of abut- out paY--to getting these and
bills arc sent out this week. So--to emphasize this point--the were either high school stu- ting property will be requiredto other things done--a mayor '
city owes NOTHING except current minor bills--NO NOTES, dents, or working boys and pay a share of the pavingcost and commissioners who have
NO BONDS NO short or long-term INDEBTEDNESS OF ANY girls. Many had a real passionfor only ONCE--not two or taken a serious view of their
KIND! This Is true for the first time in 40 since the to --the
years-- 19241A sports, while now sports three times--as has been responsibilities you
natural thriftiness about the city's funds make the mayora have become In many cases, case in the past. This provision citizens of Anna Maria.
tough bargainer with the taxpayers dollars,but never to the merely hobbles. has been made in a city The mayor, three commissioners -
extent of being pcnny-wlsc-but-pound-foollah. Perhaps most In comparison European ordinance, and an interest- city clerk police
important of all his qualifications as a dedicated public servant athletes are reared In such a bearing reserve fund has been chief maintenance man
Is the fact he realizes that in some areas of city business he Is way that athletics Is second deposited in a bank to be used building inspector, membersof
not qualified by knowledge or experience to make decisions nature to them. While our only for road maintenance and the zoning and planning
without professional advice--and so he seeks the necessary athletes drive cars to school replacement.Your board and the board of zoning

advice. ride buses to the movies, or city has a new tractor adJustment--all have had the
One of the principal responsibilities of the mayor Is to try spend hours watching video; mower, scraper and a new training and experience to do
to keep the commission well Informed about the state of Its Europeans often walk miles to mosquito fogging machine, their jobs well.
budget, and to ace that the budget Is never over-spent. One of school or work then train for plus other time and labor Why experiment now with
his other principal duties Is to deal with the legal problems hours dally not because they savers--all free and clearno -- anyone who has not had ex
which may confront the city from time to time and to see that are forced to. but by their notes bond issues nor perlence in dealing with the
those problems are disposed of properly. Mayor Ferguson has own choice. Winter sports enthusiasts monthly payments. problems of the city and who
done both admlrablyl! in the off season, Think back just a few years does not have the cooperationof
Now--what about the second candidate in the race for themayor'a take to bicycling, boating about the large number of county and state agencieswith
post? Warner la young (mid-forties) and extremely swimming, or just plain hiking mosquito breeding areas and which the city must do
personable. Obviously he Is Interested In becoming mayor-- Into the fields. ditches in the city, many of business? You have a good
he ran for the post two years ago and Is running again this Who Is wrong? Are we becoming which have now been elimin city government now one that

year.Presumably a nation of softies? ated. There are, however, still Is dedicated to orderly progress -
Warner also la Interested in the problems of The inthecity.
answer Is
and
slowly becoming a few such areas, and still a economy
the city, but If ao, he has not taken any great pains to show his evident in each Olympiad since few ditches, but plans have Let's keep progress on the
Interest. If he were sincerely Interested In learning somethingabout 1956.
been made to eliminate those. march
the city and its problems, he has had a fine
opportunity to (Continued
on Page :5) Plans also have been made for James O. Ferguson
do ao in the two year since he first ran for local office--by
elimination of sand and Mayor
attending the monthly meetings of the city commission. He spurs
has, however, been quite conspicuous by hla absence. The
ONLY city meeting he has attended was the meeting Just before
the election In February, 19621Tw The Islander

Let's allVTE An Independent Weekly published every Thursday

..ty Qntstions by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

314 Pin Avenue Anna Mario Island, Florida.

Tuesday evening's resignation of Alderman August Wagner EDITOR..........................__-STEVE KIMBALL
following the meeting of the board of aldermen came as a ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL
hock to many local residents.
Some take the view that Mr. Wagner should have stayed In ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737,Anna Maria Florida.
,
the job and helped to Improve conditions on the board. Hut TELEPHONE 7782021.
different solutions to problems are bound to occur to different -
people and we believe that Mr. Wagner's resignation requiredthe SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3.5O: I1r
courage of his convictions, and we admire him greatly for per year; $2 for six months. Canada, ."-.
calling a spade, "A SPADEI" In CAPITAL LETTERS TOOl! *S per year. ADVERTISING RATES: .IIIi.; .v,
Which leads to some very obvious but nonetheless Inter- $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten -... _
- eating questions, such as: What Is the "scheming and percent for slxconaceutivefnserttons Q ,.: :::
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conniving for the benefit of what individuals referred to by if paid by tenth of following month. r ""-
Mr. Wagner? Does It have to do with possible changes in National or agency placed advertising rSI.26
zoning to allow for gasoline stations And the mayor and board per column Inch. /u) 'iii"
UMMCM
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president might be asked why a resignation occurs on the
CLOSING
board every few months? Another possible question Is WHO TIME: NOON TtlRSDAY
U paying HOW MUCH to WHOM for WHAT professional Entered as Second Class matter under
ervlcea Now-because time and space are running out. wewill the Act of March 3, 1879.
refrain from embarrassing those officials any furtherat -
least until next week! MANATEE COUNTY ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPERi



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Thursday February 6. 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page 3

.- Lincoln Day Dinner A. M. Garden Club Island PlayersThe 8 am to 8 pm Weekdays !

Final arrangements have A meeting of the boardof Island Players report 8 am to 2 pm Sundays

been completed for the directors of the Anna that Jack Marshall
T1:4 Lincoln Day Dinner to be Maria Garden Club will back on the Job and recovering -

sponsored by the Manatee be held at the home of from a head LIJFBB'SIsland

: County Republican Execu- Mrs E. A. Haynes, 4 injury sustained recently.He .
tive Committee. The din- Lakeview Lane at 10 a.m. was,however forcedto
ner will be served at the on Wednesday Feb. 12. withdraw from the role I

Bradenton Country Clubat of Father In the Players Pharmacy !

7:30 p.m., Wednesday White Elephant Sale next production "Life 5904 Marina Drive
Feb. 12, and will be pre- Members of the Anna with Father." I

ceded by a social hour. Maria Volunteer Fire De- Director Harold Igo has 778-1411-Nit. 778-2075 I

Guest speaker will be partment are preparing to announced that A. L. Bill J. D. WEBB. PK.-. S Congressman William hold a white elephant saleon Genung of Holmes Beach ,

Cramer of St. Petersburg.On a date to be announcedsoon. will play the part. O A""ESHOPPING-
the lighter side the Persons in the community With a cast of 16, costumes
Sweet Adelines will en- having any itemsto arc proving to be
tertain. contribute to the sale quite a problem. There is I
HOLIDAY VISITOR at home of Islander publisherswas Tickets are available are asked to take them to an urgent need for a boy's
their infant grandson. Richard Kimball of WU- from Mrs. Vernon Lamp the fire station or tocall (eight to ten years) Buster CENTER'FREE ,
mette. 111. (ISLANDER PHOTO) 778-2O46 Frank Snydle the station or any mem- Brown costume circa I
778-1127 Mr. and Mrs. ber of the department to 1880. Anyone able to helpis DELIVERYREGISTERED
Russell Homer 778-2496 have the items picked up asked tocall'rs. G.E.
Guest SpeakerThe Power SquadronA or Col. and Mrs. Ed Smalley at 778-1459.
Chandler at 778-2088. VFW Meeting
Rev. Aaron Hanson monthly business
A meeting of Anna l\farla PHARMACISTSON
Lutheran Missionary on meeting of the Anna MarIa High Twelve ClubEd
Island Post 8199. VFW Is Ask For
from Island Power ...
Taiwan Squadronwill
furlough
Silver one of the to be held at the Florida DUTYAT
China will be the guest be held at the Cortez
Conquistadors is to be Room at the Rod and Reel
speaker at an open meet- School at 8 p.m., Thursday ALL TIMES
the speaker at the meetingof Pier at 8 p.m.. Tuesday.
ing at Gloria Del Evangelical Feb. 6. Hood'sMilk
the Island High Twelve Feb. 11. All members are
Guest of honor the
Church at
Lutheran at
Club at the Holmes Beach urged to attend. COMPLETEASSORTMENT
8 p.m.,Thursday evening meeting will be Hugh T. Yacht Club at noon.
Feb. 6.Missionary. Kirkpatrick of Pass-a-
Thursday Feb. 6. lie will
Hanson ser- Grille Beach education show films of the annualDe ELGIN
ved two terms in China officer of District 22 of Soto Celebration one
when the the United States Power
and was there of the highlights of the Water Softenersand
Communists took over the Squadrons who will discus Manatee County winter Filters
mainland and was forcedto s the Instructional
season.At .
flee for his life.He took techniques developed by the meeting of the From Your

refuge on the island of the USPS during the past following week there is to Cll .... M P......,.
.... _
P. w.
Taiwan and for some time year.
Ladles' ..
be a Day luncheon "--'y. FRIENDLYROUTE
General Also of interest to mem-
was chaplain to
attended by the wives and
Chiang Kai-shek leaderof bers will be the report of 744-5142
Free China. the nominating committee guests of members. The If I M.A_. MAN cIzVALENTINE
entertainment followingthe 77S-I4M :
The presentation by the which is to present its luncheon is to be pro- !
speaker will include a slate of candidates for
vided by P. D. White of
color motion picture officers for the next year.
Dradenton and his bro-
showing many IncidentsIn All members are urgedto
his exciting career and attend the meeting. ther. ROY M. PHILLIPS CARDS & CANDY
All members of the
color slides of
some WATER
Masonic fraternity eith-
scenes in both Communistand appeared in a number of APPLIANCEREDUCTION
er residents or visitors,
Free China. Lutheran churches of the Softening Co.
invited
are cordially to
He has been assigned to synod on both coasts of attend any of the luncheon --

spend several months In Florida.All meetings of the club.
the Florida Synod of the interested persons FOODLINERQuality Silex Automatic
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Interest-bearing reserve accounts have been established THURSDAY 89*

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Anna Maria now has new tractor and mo.qulto fogging .... ....1. & ...*_
equipment money in the bank and good credit! PALMETTOFEDERAL c.,,_ .. .04 T..

Mayor Ferguson advocates keeping on the job,the present FRIDAY 79*

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All About PQ Ie... ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c
Cohen of . "
t' Y Hampton Days N. Y. Dr. and Mrs.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. David L. I T Christopher Martin and family of Key Biscayne..*
Haskill of Manchester N. H..Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bews of Kingston Ont. ..Mr ,
Ronnie Buttes and of Lakeland.MR. .
Walter party
Tobin of Cowansvllle Quebec. .Mr.and Mrs.
Skinner of Rochester. N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. Julian Yt AND MRS. SAM SCALARO owners of the Rod
Locke d'Este of Upper Montclair N. J... Mr. and t ,4j / and Reel Motel have moved to Anna Maria to make
Mrs. A. Sweatman of Staten Island. N. Y.. Mr. and iq -L their permanent home here. They formerly lived in
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Mrs. Gordon Scott of Cowansvllle. Quebec. .. Mr.and 4; : Tampa.
_ MISS FRANCES KEATING is
Mrs. Jack Reilly of Sebring. tT\ : expected to arrive on
the Island this week from her home
in
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baileyof T j Huntington
Winchester. Ky. .Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. h ) 'r l Llfl ae L. I., N. Y., to spend a vacation here.
Wheeler of Phoenix. Ariz. ..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. MR. AND MRS. PAUL FRICK of Wynnewood. Pa.
Oorfmelster of Madison. Wis. will spend several weeks at their home on Shell
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mrs. Drive Holmes Beach.
Mary Frantln of Hempstead L. I., N. Y.. Mr. and + MR. AND MRS. PETE NILES 56th Street. Holmes
Mrs. Byron Stevens of East Le Roy. Mich. .Mr.and f Beach returned to the Island recently from a two-
Mrs. J. G. Morse of Bristol. Vt. . Mr. and Mrs. ... month trip to Mexico where they visited their son-
Albert Bidwell of Homer. Mich. . Mr. and Mrs. Lr ? #z in-law and daughter and their family.DR. .
Harold Donahue of Silvis. 111. .Mr. and Mrs.Newton ... A. R. T. DENUES of Saugatuck, Conn.has beena
Lewis of Quaker Hill Conn. .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. GETTING READY for the fashion show at the Anna recent guest at the home of his brother-in-law and I
Jordan of Sarasota. .Mr. and Mrs. John Zurich of Maria Community House on Monday afternoon. Feb. family Mr. and Mrs. Mel Akins of 56th Street ,
Avon Park. . R. D. Samfer of Pass-a-Grille Beach. 10, to be sponsored by the Island Woman's Club. Leftto Holmes Beach. Dr. Denues is president and program
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Welt- right are: Mrs. James Sipolski. Mrs. Inez Taylorof director of Cancirco Inc. (Cancer International
kamp of Port Richey.. .Mr.and Mrs.Jeff E. Flanaganof INEZ. Mrs. Bruce Ralston, and Mrs. Robert Peters Research Co-operative), and was in the area in the
Gainesville.. W. M. Murphey of Baltimore. .. who will do the narration. (ISLANDER PHOTO) interests of his work.
Miss Gladys Shubert of Bay Shore. L. I., N. Y. MRS. HENRY ROEHLK of Jacaranda Street Anna
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Schumaker of A. Thompson of Georgetown Me.. .Mr. and Mrs.A. Maria wishes to thank her many friends and neigh-
Wantagh. N. Y...Mr and Mrs. C. M. Petersen of N. Kollen of Cincinnati. . Miss Doris MacKenna of bors for their cards flowers prayers and other
Llbertyvlllc. Ill. .Mr and Mrs. Eugene Buning of Norwalk Conn. . Mrs. Bettina Haase of Annapolis expressions of sympathy during her recent bereave-
Grandvllle. Mich., brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Md. .. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Reading and Mr. and Mrs.M. ment.
John Ellens, owner of Palm Court. Metz of Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. K. Ferguson and THE ANNA MARIA ISLAND WOMAN'S CLUB will
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth family of Davison Mich. sponsor a dessert and fashion show which will be heldat
Frontlen of Youngstown Ohio... Mr. and Mrs. F. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. the Anna Maria Community House at 1 p.m., Monday -
Williams of Crawfordsvllle. Ind.. Mrs. M. Pecardof Albert C. Hawkins of Saginaw Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 10. Fashions and assessories by INEZ' and
Montreal. Don G. Tanner of Mason Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Paul hairstyling by LUCY'S will be featured. A script by
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris of Vincennes. Ind.S. Mrs. Charles Sullivan will be narrated by Helen
Examus of New York City.. .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peters. Mrs. Fred Archer of Holmes Beach will
Carter of Mohawk. N. Y. Vanderbilt of Garden City L. I.. N. Y. furnish the musical background. Models will be Mrs.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.J.Men- TROPICAL VISTA: Mr. and Mrs. John Haddock of Lawrence Colby Mrs. Wallace Gray Mrs. A. G.Dlrkman. .
tall of Cleveland Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- McHenry III. .Mrs. Sara Salisburg of Bclolt Wis. Mrs. Harry McCallum Mrs. Ralph White
Dill of Waukegan Ill. THOMAS BIMINI BAY DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Tout Mrs. James Sipolski and Mrs.R. .
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Merl Pottroffof Orvir Smith of Wolcott, Conn. B. Ralston. Receptionists will be Club President
Gliddcn. Iowa. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Ira Mishler and Mrs. Ralph Kendall. Tea host-
BAY BREEZE COURT: Mr. and Mrs. H.Schout and Bannon of Old Greenwich Conn. Mr. and Mrs. LeoF. esses will be Mrs. Edward Swartz and Mrs. Vernon
daughter of Coopcrsvllle. Mich. Lanza of Winthrop, Mass. . R. K. Edgerton and Lamp. Tickets arc available now at INEZ' or LUCY'Sat
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Monix of party of South Burlington Vt. the Anna Maria Post Office plaza or by calling
Crown Point. Ind. .Harold Osborn and daughter. SCHELTER APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Frank Schroeder at 7782675.MR. .
Miss J. L. Osborn of Wilton, Conn. . Mr. and Mrs. Pomery of Syracuse, N. Y.. .Mr and Mrs. Andrew AND MRS. CLAUDE SCHUTTER have moved
O. T. Stephan of Sun City Ariz. .. Mr.and Mrs. Paul Young of Stanley N. Y. into their new home on 74th Street Holmes Beach.

So Salon THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
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Established 1908 SNACK BAR. DEER & sorT DfINKS Open Dally A am to IO pm
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HIGH GAMES(MEN) ... FORMER OLYMPIC STAR. . tries and to win a couple of gold medals.
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Bob Guild Hottman 233Bud 214 ---- :' ." (Continued from Page 2) Our topnotch figure skating team was

11n Lloyd Hanaon 213 r In the 1932 Games at Lake Placid our wiped out in a Belgian air crash three
I 01i 'Lea9ues Byron Arkebauer 2O3 203 bobsledders romped off with most of the years ago. Because of that America is
Roy Bud Hottman Ferguson 197 gold medals In both the two-man and now faced with the task of grooming 14

Roy Ferguson 193 193 four-man competitions. Our speed and 15-year-old hopefuls. When they
Lloyd Hanson skaters showed their heels in the Winter Olympics in
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Frank Davidson 191 2TOP to even the compete
Bayou Marina maintained Its first Byron Arkebauer 116 highly trained Norwegian bladesters; France in 1968 we may see some fruit
dace lead.In three the Inland points Mixed In its League match Roy Phillip. . 116 our skiers were awarded silver and borne in this phase of winter sports.
with Bay Area lnsuranceFriday even HIGH SERIES (MEN) bronze medals behind the stolid Scan- Then too, our speed skaters of 1964 are
ing.Pat High Ceyer.acorera: 173-492 in;the Roy march Ferguson were; Bob Byron Guild Arkebauer 577 376 dinavians and the agile Japanese; the either ready to retire or arc nervous

2O3-S66. Roy Ferguson 566 Canadian and American ice hockey unseasoned youngsters; 1968 may well
Other scores were Linen Rental 3. Lloyd Hanaon 361 it see a team of confident
Sand Bar 1. (Louise Flanagan. 173. Bud Hottman 539 teams fought out practically between mature per-
Chick Chapman. 433; Byron Arke- Frank Davidson 313 themselves for first place; and our formers in this sport.

bauer.Dick 2OS-S76)Wagner .Realty 3. Schuchard Roy Dick Phillip Connick SOI 493 figure skaters were feared by all, Bobsledding which has little age or
Plumbing 1. (Bud Hoctman.214-559; Harvey Meyer 491 because of their nearly flawless performances weight limit was dominated some years
Bob Guild 232-377). Bob Reinel . 416 and were defeated by only by Lake Placid men. Now there are few
Anna Maria City Pier 3.Lay-Z-U
N Motel 1. (Earl C arter,173-410;Bob THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEBay one European the now legendary Sonja of Olympic caliber there. Our skiers
Reinel. 181-486). Area In*. Schuchard PlumbingConnick's Henie of Norway. who are giving an excellent account of
B s. K Hardware 3. Island Marine TV Anna Marla City Pier
Supply (Lloyd Hanson.213-361 Roy Lay-Z-Llv-N Bayou Marina Such was also the case in the 1936 themselves in Austria may well be a big
j Pblll1p.. 186-301).. Dick Wagner Realty Island Pharmacy Olympics at Garmisch. Germany when threat in the next games mostly be-
Phar- Sand Bar laland Marine Supply TEN GAMES
Connick'a TV Service 3.Island
macy 1. (June Connlck. 117. Dick Linen Rental Ser. B fc K HardwareISLAND Aaron VanOatenbrldge 22O the American flag was raised and the cause skiing has become a national
Connlck. 493; Frank Davldaon. 191- 0 Jim Wulchet 217 Star Spangled Banner played more often winter sport in America with real or
BOWLING LEAGUE Roy Ferguaon 217
313). In Island Bowling League play Mon- Ben Conlon 2IO than the anthem of any other country-- man-made snow.
LEAGUE STANDINGS day evening, the Ural place team. Bob DeVane 2O4 this being symbolic of the gold medal Are we losing our Interest in active
Marina "., VanOtenbrldge Builders, wept all Bob DeVane :2O2
Bayou award in ? Are recreation bureaus in
an event. sports our
Linen Rental Service SO.3 four point. in Its match with Anna Art Schumaker :2O2
laland Pharmacy -47 Maria Electric to widen its lead. Aaron VanOatenbrldge :2O2 Olympic competitions are held every cities stressing too many aesthetic
Bay Area Insurance 47 High score were Aaron VanOaten- John Holmes lOn 192 four years. Winter Olympics are separate programs and pushing sports into the
Dick Wagner Realty 46 bridge 22O-611. and Roy Ferguson Gary Wagner
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from the background? I member of the
Schuchard Plumbing 43 217-373. summer fan\es. but are am a
Anna B fc K Maria Hardware City Pier 43..g.,' Other X5.scores Schuchard were* Bay Plumbing Area Insurance .,-. Aaron VanOatenbrldge TOP TEN SERIES. 611 held the same year. It a now a known Harrisburg (Pa.) Recreation Commlsslon .
Sand Bar 41.' (Earl Drew. 184-515;George Randall. Roy Ferguson 573 fact that some European countries and and find myself constantly wagingan
", ,-Z-UY-N Motel 37 177-473). Bob DeVane 372 5A3 particularly Russia send scouts not uphill battle to bring more sports into
laland Mar'S.ply 33.3 Island Marine Supply 3. City Pier Ben Conlon
Ca uUck's TV Service 33 Beachcombers 1. (Jim Wulchet. 217- Jim Wulchet 352 unlike our American baseball scouts to recreation programs. Recent graduatesboth
532; Art Schumaker. 202- 43). Art Schumaker 543 look for likely Olympic material single ( men and women) in this field now
Rover Mena Club 3.Tropical Vista 1. Gary Wagner S3O
HIGH GAMES(WOMEN)
them out them then train them stress more handicrafts and sltdown
June. Connlck 117 (Bob DeVane. 2O9-372; Ben Conlon. Kayo Kedlng 525 groom
Peg Harman 176 210-333). John Holmes 317 so they reach their peak at the time of programs than active sports.
Pat Gayer 175 Bayou Marina 3.Graya Econowaah 1. Bob Guild . 516 the Games. My contention Is that our teenagers
Louise Flanagan 173 (Gary Wagner 192-53O; Byron Arkebau.r -
Pat Ceyer 174 182. E. Smalley. 488k TEN LOW GAMES Our athletes are at the mercy of eithertoo might be happier If they tried more
Betty Phillip 13* The ISLANDER 3. Pet Reynard a Ed llaverkoa 104 many coaches and tralners--or none walking engaged In creative Individual
Glenn Carlson IDS
152Pbyllia Restaurant 1.(Kayo KedI... 110-325;
Betty Phillip Chapman ISO Clyde Blue. IS7-5O3). Wally Warner IO9 at all. Personally I was left to my own sports instead of over-organized and
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Dorothy Bower ISO LEAGUE STANDINGS K.Pred P.Home Smith 110 111 resources while training for the 1932 over-planned team activities; learned
Betty Phillip. . 10 VanOatenbrldge Builders 34 John Duytschaver: 116 and 1936 Games but once I set foot on to love a sport for the sport Itself; andif
HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Wand Marine Supply 52.3 52.5 John Ken Fellows VanOatenbrldge 117 117 European soil. I was overwhelmed by chosen to compete for Uncle Sam to
Pat Betty Geyer Phillip 492**0 Tropical Bayou Marina Vista 45.3 Fred Horne 117 offers of coaches and trainers. It was do it for the love of country not self.
Pc.Honraan 443 Roaer Men' Club 43.5 Prank Mokry. . 117 in this way I learned for instance that The original purpose of the Olympic

June Pbyllia Connlck Chapman *440 J 4 Schuchard Bay Area Insurance Plumbing 43 42.' NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE the American speed skates I cherishedwere Games was "for good sports and good
Dot Bower 4 3Louiae Anna Maria Electric 42 Bayou Marina Schuchard Plumbing not only too high In the cups but sportsmanship among all countries."
Flanagan ten 4O7 The ISLANDER Econowaah 39-41Graya C.VanOeienbrldge P.B'combera A. M.Econowaah Electric. also too wide and too short in the blades. America has won for many many ycar .
Haverkos
Beny Roaelyn Schmidt 397 City Pier Beachcomber 36 Bay Area Ina. Island Marine Supply Once on a pair of finely hand-turned Now we are learning to lose a llttle--
Lu Meyer 393 Pete Reynard. Restaurant. 31.3 "Tropical'oeerM.n'eClub Vista Pete Reynard's The ISLANDER.Rest. Norwegian skates I was able to out- and gracefully. It's all In the game--ofnports
speed competitors from 17 ocher coun- -and life.


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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday February 6, 1964LURCHES

LEGAL NOTICES LAWRENCE HENRY -
Food FestivalA I
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo ROEHLK. 7O, of 754 Jacaranda TI
All Creditors Legatees. Distributees
ST. BERNARD MISSION and All Persons having St., Anna Maria I

(Roman Catholic) Claims or De.nand.agaln.ttheEstate died Wednesday Jan. 29, copal J

R.". Francis F. W.I.mUI.rMASS ed of:Floy Irene Morgan Lanler.d cocas- at Day Pines Hospital in Church f

: You and each cX you. are hereby St. Petersburg. Born in tion

SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 and notified demands.nd required, which to you file or any either claims of St. Charles Ill.,he movedto own i

WEEKDAYS: 8 am you may have against the estate of Florida 47 years ago. from

Ploy Irene Morgan Lanier deceased He was a retired Getting
HOLY 8 carpenter.
DAYS: am late of Manatee County. Florida with

6 pm the Honorable Robert A. Ricke,. same
County Judge of Manatee County He was a member of is no
ROSARY & BENEDICTION
: Florida at his office In the CourtHouse '
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pin of said County, within six (6) Roser Memorial Com- for
calendar months from the time of the munity Church and of but a
first publication of this notice.
Harvey Memorial ChurchHonD.nomlnatlonClI MILTON L. MORGAN: Anna Maria Island Post and

( ) Eiecutor of the Estate of 8199 VFW of which he found
Bradenton Beach Floy Irene Morgan Lanier
Deceased was past commander. to be
Rev. A. W. Sims..
JAMES M.. WALLACE Survivors are his wife 7,
SUNDAY for Estate
: Attorney Mrs. Agatha V. Roehlk; sale of
.20-.21h SI. West
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. Bradenton. Florida two brothers Rudolph F. turing
1 Q30a.m. Church Service. l-16.23.302-6. *.64ELECTION
Roehlk and William ialties

Christian. Sclanc Socvlc' Notice la hereby given NOTICE that an election Roehlk both of Sanford next (

A. M. Community Hewse) will be beld on Tuesday March and two sisters Mrs. C. er, or
10. 1964. from 7:OOA.N.t07OOP.M..
J. Sine of Johnsonburg held at
SUNDAY: at the City Office In Holmes Beach. ,
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN Florida for the purpose of electing aMayo..lwo Pa. and Mrs. C. E. All- the
(2)Aldermen a City Clerk "
natt of Cherry Creek
SCIENCE SERVICE. and a City Marshal Registrationbooks
will be open until ItOO P.M.. New York. variety
Gloria Dal Evangelical March 6. 1964. Candidates for office: Members of Post 8199 will be
Lutheran. Church must file with the City Clerk prior to
1 o'clock P.M..Tuesday February 15. VFW conducted a serviceat and
.
n... L..ter M.. U... Pastor
1964. Griffith-Cline Island bread
SUNDAY: Pauline If. Archer.City .
Chapel Friday evening
9:If> am Church School. Clerk
2.6,13,20&27.64 and a funeral service was pickles
10:10: am The Service.J .
held at the chapel Satur- Other
INVITATION TO BID
J 1MO: Choir Rehearsal.
am
The City of Holmes Beach Florida, day afternoon with the past
will accept estimates for tree service
Longboat. Island Chapel until Rev. Richard K. Wiggins
February 17. 1964--for cutting
(N.e.D.n.et I...t ....') down topping removal of dead pastor of Roser Memorial soup.
branches from Australian pine. and Church officiating. Bur- in .
FRIDAY: disposing of all material. A detailed
10:00 am Prayer Group at Hat of trees, locations, etc. may be ial was in Skyway Mem-
obtained at the city office: or by tele orial Gardens. wick
Home of Wilfred
LePage. phone. 778-2221.
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5230 Gulf of Mcx. Dr. Pauline II. Archer role
City Clerk EARL DEWEY LEWIS. beans
SATURDAY
: UNCLASSIFIEDadvance 65, of Gulf Park Dradcn- spa
1:00 Adult Choir.
pm ton Beach died at his chicken

SUNDAY: payment required residence Friday Jan. "The

9:15 am Church School. 8 -. .
31. Born in Oakfield Center 11 a.m.
10:50 am Church School for FOR ACKJl't' 2.Bediiiii1Iums near'' Mich. he lived in
,
Gulf and
Shopping Center Februaryand
Kindergarten & Primary. March Call 752701."FOztra Bowen Mich at the time

11:00 am Worship Service & Alrcun tuna d 2-HR Df his death and was ville
Home at 207 Oak Av. E. Anna Maria.Water .
Sermon "What Do You softeners well for yard; landscaped visiting the Island for his

Stand For?" ; 1 1/2 baths closed garage; 19th winter here. Mrs.

WEDNESDAY !V'Tm'-9J! ?" be seen anytime. lie retired his .
was a auto-
: lAJTS FOR SALEl Gulf Front MO.OOO ,
Lectures Psychiatry & ; 77th St. Canal J4.OOO; 75th St. nobilc salesman and was C.
,Canal. 3.SOO; 73rd St.. $3,000.JO11N
Religion by Mrs. Kincald II. PROTIIERO. Reg. Real Estate 1 member of Ionia Mich. Mich.,

at 10:10:: am. 2:30 and Broker, 116-*lt Street. 778-2'\'\4.ACCOMMOUATLH5 Lodge 548, POE, and the Glenn
; ; U I IIn Hie.:I.
Ray I. Booth Post 101.
7:30 pm at Pastor's Home. mature husband and/or wife team.
Adult sitting, reading games,etc.for American Legion Green- were to I I7tlal.4Ht
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH shut-Ins takeout<< riding.ny hour day., I
evening. Will also prepare and serve
Hev. L.. Halllll. Pester special meals In your homo--lunches, Inu'I
FRIDAY dinners. Take orders for home baked + ie. l
breads and pastries. What service do
7:3O pin Intermediate' GA ou need Phone 7711I O .
BUILDING &
Party at Church. IU.UPIIUUi I IUN(;. Suea 1IeWI. JI:) ,
up overstuffed chairs."I 0"p.Everything -
SUNDAY: for the rental.Patten Furniture
8:45 ISlSCortei Rd. W.:hock weatof l h5ur.
am School.
Sunday
Phone Anna Maria
10:00 am Worship Service. FOR SALEi; 747.13' I

5:30: pm Chapel Choir. Lot 100 :x 100. Concrete See Wall
City Wale..nd Artesian WelL Paved
0:30 pm Worship Service. Street. Fine location In Holmes Beach.PMONH .
77i-3oa|
TUESDAY: .
&unc..Jah..
FIRE & Sales ft Service.
7:00 pm Choir Rehearsal. PI.n, beard. H'tnn n.Zh. 7"-141. .
R SAUlii 1 .- I r. er and
WEDNESDAY
: Cabana. See at 727-7th St.Cult Park
7:00 pm RA. GA. Sunbeams or al Owner AI 771010n. We are Fully Equipped to
OPEN wiiT 110A T sroHACK available
7:00 pm Prayer & Bible at ONLY J7.3O per month at the- and Models of Appliances--

Study. BAYOU MARINA INC.flay tUrd.So.. Residential or Commercial.
Anna Maria. Call 775-2421.
our Service Man. is !
!!...* Memorial Church P-oR-SALE, wale*I runt hum with
Income. Centrally. located In Holmes We wiU gladly furnish you
N.n.D.n.wIMti.n.l I
( )
tleach. Shown by appointment only.
ft... "i....'.* K. Wl..l.e Call OwneTatr771-injll. refrigerator while yours is
PastorTHURSDAY FOR SALCi Gwuil WoudT
Call KItH FULLOWS. 775.2591.afteri
: 4 )

3:15 pm Cherub Choir. clay r'1b.1"I. Ap.rtm.nt.w/C.ncrai heat ETfTT 4 Your

:30 pm Junior Choir. air conditioning. Close to beach: e
FRIGIDAIRE Sales 5
7:30 pm Senior Choir. eIK1pp.... By month season or year.
Reasonable rates. 778-131.or write

SUNDAY: P & RrWa\ t J'1
.
0:00 am Worship Service. ai on a ftJ4I t* E"9d FURNITURE &
"'C. Also Dree/smsklng. .Mrs.
10:00 am Sunday School. ?1.(4C
l'\oa"l P1a
Service. D PROit T UALNTKNANCKt -
11:15: am Worship
MOWING. TRIMMING.! PHONE 770.1267
7:00 pm Senior & Intermediate EDGING FLOORS CLKANKO POLKUIKD. -
WINDOWS WASIIKD OtLKO.
Youth
Fellowships. PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE sRKASONAIILK 9005 CULT DRIVE ANNA

TUESDAY: : RATKS-Reference*.
Luncheon' KEN FKLLOWS. PHONE 772 v4bedroom
Guild
1:00 pm P nT.
ilt: a .
WEDNESDAY: i w a iota
CH home I* choice II. 1%.
10 am to 4 pm Mission toe at.... half Mock to .swsal-BClvate SHIRT1N ;;

Wotkthop. ...... Will consider selling for
II _
-
v'cra&T7-4L .... Call
Church .f TJcl.U.." .._
nl..u (0., .. aad 77S-I3I bY
(Epiec..1)' !) LI-! .

"... Oer.M K. 1..... "-.t.* FOR SALKiJlTieOX '-.i- ;; ;;
( Ales)., Utfy. gall .....kag ...
THURSDAY: :an. UX n>. no 77a"l. lurrysaaa t ,
Cucharitl.QU1NQUAGLSIMA 1 644 ; ;;
9:00 am Holy 4!\ :: .. r'5.t-'r.

: SUNDAY: >- ngsr s"J ;;

He 00 am Holy Eucharist well ase S4 DACRON & WHIPPED
.
n, t UI'I'! or.. "'tOI)nr tytate in rTfw '
r 10:30 am Family Eucharist & WAHIta.U. ,-lUll. > l, h :J 6.*..i...
Sermon. Church School for Ward 4 April .y ssiitlle.**.t PETITE -JR. -
M ....... ....c.'Wr- N. .r*.*.Reluiie
ASII WEDNESDAY: 4 OMtet. Cast rw.....argil reference. PRINTS &
.... .
7 & 9 am Holy Eucharist A "NllJ9.tM Aaa.eIv A. "art.a.ele ;;

Imposition of AUtrt. eef ......... ere css>"" ..... J.1... ROLL-UP

7:30 pm Evcniong: & Meditation. - M TW DLAhOCR-W.=$1 1 h.' ;;

Call T7>-K 11. oc Mat si tfce cfelce: STYLE

ATTEND THE CHURCHOF SHOW '

YOUR CHOICE
FEBRUARY { ;;


PLASTIC SIGNS to by ;;

.......R..t..... He R..elntlfig $105

Weal For B..cfc L. ....... Monthly

CONTACTJIM V


\ MacDONALD 771-2SJI POST OFFICE PLAZA -- ANNA MARIA CALL 778-1485









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![ : .ND REAL I lT-r2LI-i2:




BUILDER OF HOMES
? UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE Houses suitable for Island Duplex Near GulfWe EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
INSURANCE COMPANY climat i and conditions.
Additions &
Sic 1197 Remodeling.Repairs. Trustworthy have recently listed
,.. ,. for sale a real nice CB
I_ Prefect Your Reel stole .S +e.tx6 estimates given. I0K
NORMAN ROSEDALE DUPLEX In excellent
12th Se. West 1RADENTON FLA. Noon 743-4541 Anna Maria 778-1410 condition. Completely

furnished--one side now
rt ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC rented and owners are
Licensed Electrical) living In other side. This
ContractorsGulf
will make YOU a safe
Drive at Pine AvenueL.
(ROY) FERGUSON and sound buy. ONLY
PHONES: Day 778-2143 $1..5001Waterfront REALTORTIKI _
Night 778.2059 .
Home

Drive by 529 KEY
iIhUUUUU.r OWNERTransferred ROYALS Drive and .

P ..a.treslrr.Auu... note the lovely layoutof L Eac
this fine home. Excellent -
WILL SACRIFICEI' view--GOOD
;
FISHING RIGHT OFF
: : NEW Three-Bedroom
I
YOUR OWN SEAWALL
Two-Bath Canalfront
--Priced to sell at below
At End of Chilson Ave., Anna Maria Home. Many Unusual COSTIII! WE WILL M
FEATURES. Includingsome
GLADLY COOPERATEwith 1
BRAND NEW HOME on Lot with 202 feet of Fine Furniture OTHER BROKERS.
Seawalled CANAL, FRONTAGE: Three Large and Drapes.WE Shown
by appointmentonly.
Bedrooms two tiled baths; Intercom system CAN OFFER YOUan .
Central Heat and Over-Sized Air Conditioner OUTSTANDING Buyon ,
10x24 Screened Porch; Terrazzo Floors this Quality Home. SEE PARRISHFORTHE ry, 4Jr
thruout; Completely Insulated Connectionsfor ; s x
VERY BEST BUYS ON
Washer and Dryer. George WagnerREALTY
TilE ISLANDI!
VERN--A 12-Stool liar and Package Goods
11 $22.500 YOUR TERMS Call Ralph Parrishor Store--Located In Bradenton At the Bantam Shopping
Moore Center on lath Street. This is a ONE FAMILY
WRITE KEN TOUT, HOLMES BEACH Peggy A..s.t.Parrish operation--Widow Must Sell--6.000 to$20.000caah
Island C.ntw
CALL 778-2725 Shopping required. Total Price $33, OO. plus inventory. This
PHONE 778-2444. Realty nets better than 35 percent on investment. For an

Or WRITE BOX 1012 P.O. Plaza Anna Maria evening appointment Call me at 7781464.

That Hard To Get Gulf Front a...C.ANNA.....MARIA.. \*.. ....* 778.1902 or 778-2121:
AUe*A Flk. A.._i.l.

3 Bedroom, 1 % Bath, Furnished House

41 Excellent for Home or Income A REAL BUY ,

$23 Modern 2 Bedroom CB Home qr

\ _____ ,92O------ 'C with Gas Heat & Airconditioning.Close .

Bay Front to Beach & Shopping Center

1 BR Furnished Home on Seawalled Lot ,
EXTRA LOT

I $16,000 r'
--------------------- $11,500 FURNISHED

LOTS: All Sizes. Locations. Prices. Terms JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED

--------------------
ReAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS THREE BEDROOM TWO HATH HOME with Largo
A Few Rentals Still Available Florida Room and Screened Patio. Also 18 x 25 Pool
116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach Covered Boat Slip and 35-foot Dock Double Garage.
SEE (PRICE $31.500--GOOD TERMS A V AII4 nLH.

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR t
'" + R
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD t a

SISLER J. DUDLEY. B-..li.*.S.l.. -778.21S6
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA TWO-Bedroom Home w/ garage and JalouMlcd
porch. Good Condition. Need only a few minor
repairs. NICE VIEW of Gulf. A REAL STEALat
ONLY $7.650--Excellent Termsl
e eI
$20,360 complete
I A DANDY 2-Bedroom Cottage In view of Beach.
Coca Completely Furnished for ONLY $7. OOI|
--EASY THRMS--
.
e e T::
BAY FRONT HOME In North Point Section.Two
4. Bedrooma. Overalzed Florida Room overlooking
water. PRICE -CUT TO 16350. Small Down
Payment and Balance over ten yearn.
*lz--- ---a

see
WIDOW MUST SHLL Well-Kept Duple Apartmentsfurnished. --
Us. separate garage. 75 x 100 Lot.
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM PRICE S9.OOOJ2.SOO Down balance 165 a month.

Taxes f5O .. year -Cl.>*e to he IUrachTWO .
&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria

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HOME cad INCOME

features included
: Two-()edroom Unfurnlahed Home. Close to Gulf.
Pleaaant Living Room... A Screened Porch plua
3 BEDROOMS 2
GARAGE
BATHS an Open Porch... Large Kitchen...Carport and
Tremendous view over water Garage.

93 feet of seawall
ALSO has extra lot with two-room housekeeping$ ,
excellent fishing apartment which ha. a screened porch and two .
motel room Breach with private bath and separate
central heat & air conditioning I entrance. Furnished.NICELY .

1565 sq. feet living area
LANDSCAPED GROUNDS.
lawn & landscaping too

$26,500Shown BEDROOM HOME on Gulf Drive, across from
the Beach. Has. garage and I large Florida Rn+xn.
n.. .... tr.. _.eI only Price S4.QOOfl.SOO !>wn. Valance flOO a month.
by appointment
I... c......... t.y ..
w... .. L.. Cs+wzr.
sn.70. s.. B., MAHAR Real Estate See" ... ., REALTOR
PuleW. ..
-
s..e4REGISTERED RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO auH.... BROKER
BROKER 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach
'
CALL 778-1917 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
778-2663 or eve. 778-1464



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Pace 8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday February 6. 1964

:: ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


AB NEg g; Call 778-2012 I. ., agceee'4Z'a9: 4DON"T

at R. C SCHUCHARD
Shop .
JUST THINK.- ABOUT

PL.UMDINO CONTRACTORs HEARTS and FLOWERSDO
: HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH
SOMETHING ABOUT IT NOW
PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUPPLIES,PUMPS, REPAIRS
.D Cards, Party Goods & GIFTS

Sunday Hours: 9 5
i PITTSBURGHNew ' Free Gift & Mail Wrap

::fddd4. Lending Library

Buy...where your Line SUNSET t'(J-1 __' --"r ...-1., _sk4kr, -.1 JeIia Dwftc'-'rw
-
-
trade helps to H 0 mf
support way
your
of fifeWE Exterior House Paint $4.98 gal Zac4q S4wea

Latex Wall Paint $3.98 gal
i in Sharkskin
Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 gal
CAPRIS JAMAICA SHORTS
I ETfttinr a -
>
HIGH CHAIRS%Er*LININS I *..P SUNBATHING AtPNSECS-aAna COTSSTlOUrR 7c 4iNe O ? SLIM SKIRTS PEDAL PUSHERS

lilac white coral
$ MANXXTS -
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Linen Rental Service
214-54th St. Holmes Beach 778-1472 Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. Floral Print Blouses to match

Huffinc's Standard Service 778-1131 ARNEL JERSEY
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
j 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PLEATED SKIRTS BLOUSES

CALL 778-1771 ?;lede c OcvttWe SHIFTS
night 778-1440
We Have The Materials You Need SOLIDS 5 PRINTS
Anna Maria Island's Only
Lace Birds 6 Etc. .-.
Paper Cupids -
= SALE CONTINUES :
LICENSED DEALER r ._
Bufck-Rambler-Dodge-Dodge-Cart-Plymouth ygI-Th2 Sweaters Wool Slacks SkirtS -Jacket. :

REDUCED 1-4 & 1-3 __'
oB 7781020VALENTINES

THE ISLAND'SMost 1,, C C.M.D..,.....u v .


Complete Stock DAY Layaway Phow.P.n .
FEBRUARY 14th 778-1161
iLG*' w 4 rfsn{Women
TRANSISTOR CI Get Your Valentines NOW

While the Selection is GOOD5C
I Y
& CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCEHANDY
10 15C 25 50 $1.00
$ ( $ -

TABLE RADIOS Kids Packages 29$ 39$ 49$ DANDY

ALSO All_Kinds 0' Gifts for Children
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w ISLAND"VARIETY STORE 778IOJIJuloOwners 1 OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

ColorDemonstration EVERY DAY
ISLAND .
Available
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

ISLAND TV 778-1703 e/S -O IJT

A.A. Fertilizer 6-6-6
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.PROGRESS MOTOR. BOAT AND TRAILERINSURANCE

50 Ibs. REG. --$1.25


7 IBs.NUTRISOLreg. S273 $1.69
R' '\\\\\

No community can continue to grow and prosper \\St-v 1-GALLON
\\
without assurance that it will hove on adequate ORTHO-GRO--$4.98

supply of fresh, pure water.That is our responsibility nd-GALLON .01
Auto-Own Boat ln ur- O1n1OO. liquid fertilizer
on Anna Maria Island- - to make certain that our 1 anee completely. protects
your trailer,motor and boat 99
customers of today, and those of tomorrow, hove on =:::4. on and the collision road.prot.ction Fire and theft too TOTAL 4

unending source of water at the I lowest t possible cost, for your boating invest
r ment. For complete' protection
tailored to your

boating Auto-Owners n.-ds.Insurance call your -. .-. -.. .-.-:-.- .'" .
Manatee County Water Agent today.

._ Company VVE: DELIVER 778-2811
.. (INCOtrOCATtD)
OPEN ilL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS


778-2022 (Bay .Jrea Insurance g


... 778-1548
778-1697 AUTHORIZED COAST A CCOOCTIC Q4AT ACCMCT

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