Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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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 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00212
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
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The IslanderTHE


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good of FLA. HISTORYNo.


I Holmes Beach Filing- Date Past, Slate Set I I'Life I

With Father- ., 1 Twist To Be Mayor, Tritt, Holmes And Shell New I

AldermenFellows Opposes Stafford For Marshal
"Life with the Pul- =
Father Elmer G. Twist will be the A resident of 79th Street,
itzer Prize winning play by mayor of Holmes Beach after he and his wife have a marriedson.
and Russel
Lindsay f the city election on March 1O. He IM a native of Tennessee -
Crouse will be presented at z Three new members of the and moved to the Island
the Anna Maria Community __ board of aldermen will be from Chattanooga.All .

House Tuesday through Fri- x-.... former Aldermen Merrill' M. three former aldermen
day evenings, Feb. 25 through John E. Holmes Jr. andF. have served as president of ..
29, as the Island Players' sec- ? 't Bouvard Shell. Deadline for the board.
ond of the winter
production candidates to file was Tuesdaynoon The two who receive the
season. and all four arc running largest number of votes will
Father and Mother are
unopposed.Twist serve two-year terms, and the
to be played by Mr. and Mrs. who was the first third will be elected to serve
Bill both of whom have
Genung candidate for the election Is the remaining year of the term
had many years of experiencein .t w a running for office for the first Alderman August Wagner,
Little Theatre.
time. Friends circulated a who resigned at the meeting of
four children
The Day are M x petition on his behalf, and filed the board on Feb. -4.
played by Tom Carnes Phillip V It with nearly 200 signatures.A Two members of the board of
Salva Billy Green and Dale resident of the Island for aldermen whose terms have

Woodland. about two years Twist and his another year to run arc Col.
Others in the cast are Islanders wife live In the first home built Sidney G. Brown and Harry
Charlotte Kathleen
Gray. on Key Royale. They had been Varley.
Leas. Norma Fagan, Barbara HOLMES BEACH CANDIDATES: (Top row, left to right) winter visitors to the area fora Veteran City Clerk Mrn. Fred
Mitchell Elaine Smith Bernice Elmer G. Twist John E. Holmes Jr., F. Bouvard Shell, number of years. Archer will run without oppo-
Blrkman and Carolyn and Merrill M. Tritt. Bottom row, Mrs. Pauline Archer, He was born and lived in Now sition for her eighth one-year
Norwood. Ken Fellows, and Leon F. Stafford. ISLANDER PHOTOS) Jersey before moving here, term. A native of Wrl htHvllle,
(Continued on Page 2)) -- ------ and before his retirement was Ga., she has lived on the l Island
Number H. B. Zoning HearingA
B. B. City Office an executive of the J. C. Penney 12 years, making her home on
St. Bernard BarbecueThe Officials at the Bradenton public hearing will be held Co., the country's second Sunrise Lane. She IM a widow,

annual barbecue and Beach City Office recently had at the Holmes Dcachclty office largest mercantile chain. Both and has a married daughter,
bazaar of St. Bernard Church a new problem added to those at 7:30p.m., Tuesday Feb. 25, Mr. and Mrs. Twist arc members Mrs. J. 1>. Webb of Anna Maria. -
will be held at the church already on hand. by the board of aldermen to of (loser Memorial i I .
consider three petitions for Community Church, and ho IH City Marshal Leon Stafford
grounds, starting at 11 a.m., The telephone number at the
Sunday Feb. 23. city office is 778-1005. But rezoning and one proposed new also a trustee of the church.In will seek his Hcventh conlloeu-
Included on the menu will bea through some error, when the city ordinance.All a recent Interview, Twist tlvo one-year term, and will
half-chicken, potato salad, new telephone directories of three petitions are from pointed out that he has "no be opposed for the fourth time
cole slaw and hot buttered the area were printed a different Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Schwepe: axes to grind," does not neck by Ken Fellows.
rolls, for a donation of $1.25 number was used for 1. To rezone property of the to further a professional car- Stafford has been a resident
per person. the office. petitioners, located at the Intersection eer, and Is under no obligation of the l Inland for about 30 years
Members of St. Bernard Now City Clerk Mrs. Sophie of Gulf Drive and to any special interests or and now makes his home on
Guild will offer for sale,gifts, Carothers says she spends 53rd Street, to C-3 BO that a groups. He Hays hit candidacy Guava Street. Ho l IH also (Fire
novelties, souvenirs, amuse- much of her time while in the (Continued on Page 3) Is the result of a sincere Marshal for the l Island Fire

ments for the youngsters plusa office in trying to stralgten out Wetmore An AldermanE. desire to be of service to the Control DUtrlct.FellowH l .
number of booths which will complaints arising from the community.Tritt a native of New
will have baked goods, candy error. Remember, the correct Delos Wetmore of Key who nerved two two- York State, has lived here for
and other home-prepared food. number still is 778-1005. Royale Drive was appointed a year terms, will be returning ten year lie lives on 85th.
member of the Holmes Beach to the board after an absence Street and own and operates

. Anna Maria Commission MeetingRed Board of Aldermen Tuesday of two years, flu has been a a local: landscaping buMlncns.
afternoon. resident of the Inland for 12 According to Mrs. Archer,
Newly elected members of Harold C. Johnson & Co., the Wetmore's appointment was years, making his home on voting will tie at thecity office
the Anna Marla City Commis- city auditor. Earl Hansen of made at a special meeting of 56th Street. and by voting machines which
sion were administered the Holmes Beach was named to the board of aldermen tocom- Before moving here he was will be borrowed from the
oath of office by Mayor James continue as building Inspector. ply with a recentlypassedclty an automobile dealer In Fair- county. Election officials will
O. Ferguson at a special meet- Official depository for city born Ohio, and nerved on the be Mrs. Miriam Murphy, Inspector -
ing of the commission Friday. funds will continue to be the f school board there for 15: : Mrs Hobon Pool,
Harvey G.Meyer was elected Island Bank, and the official years moHt of that time as assistant Inspector, and Mrs.
vice mayor and Mrs. Frances newspaper to carry the city's chairman. lie IN now retired Stephen Alex and Mrs. J. H.
Maxon was reappointed city legal notices will be The Is- from active bunlncMs.Holmes Haymond clerks
clerk. Walter R. Talley was lander. .IM a native: c,f the Absentee ballots will be
reappointed city attorney, and (Continued on Page 3) st Inland, and has lived here available.. on Monday, 'Feb. :2-1.
almost his. entire life. He was New voters may register at
Tide Seminar ..<, an alderman for twelve yearsuntil the city office until noon. Friday -
a year IK. March o.
Former Mayor Pete Nile, Formerly a partner In a Of the five aldermen on the
Holmes Beach representative E. DeLOS WCTMORE local: building supply business' board after the 1963; election l ,
to the Red Tide Commission, ordinance. He will fill the scat Holmes Beach Supplies Inc., only Ilrown will remain after ..
attended a seminar last weekat < vacated on Feb. 4 by Alderman he now In a vice president' and; the coming election I'. David
the Marine Biological Lab- : August Wagner but will nerve executive officer of the M.1n.1 |hooter} resigned In July and
oratories in St. Petersburg. only until the city election on tee Federal Savings ft Loan Wagner In February.; Ho told
The laboratory la a divisionof Mar. 10, when another alderman Association at Curter |'Ia/a.. the mayor and other members
the Florida Board of Con- will be elected<< to fill the He and his wife and four of the board of aldermen<< that
servation. till unexpired year of Wag children live on 3Hth Street he was sick of "your scheming -
A total of S25O.OOO has been ner's term. Shell, who has lived on the and conniving. I fur the
allocated by the State to form Thus Wetmore will' nit an a Inland for 20 years, served benefit Individuals.' ."
ulate a systematic study, and member of the board at a pub three two year terms on the Varley hexy-contented!
to combat Red Tide. lie hearing on Tuesday, Feb. board from 1957 until 1963. HoIN special. election In September:
Sixteen fulltime researchers, 25, and at the regular meetingon employed by a Hradcnton for the remaining' year and a
organic and inorganic chemists Mar. 3.Wetmore. building supply concern. Continued on I'age/ 2)
biochemists, biologists, i has lived In Holmes
and bacteriologists are now Beach since May 1959.: having
busily at work to try to ascertain moved to the bland from Den- 14Jl; ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
what makes Gymnodlnlum vllle. N. J. Before he retired
Brevis (red tide) grow and from active business he was T.-. .. ...,... ..... ......,.
multiply in the bays and the in management and sales of a Liam Noo Cpm High,
Gulf of Mexico.A Jersey City building supply
study is being made of the r.b. 11 -0 S IS V .Or ttl Hun
Chosen by her contemporariesFriday company.
.b, -41t *o e.i t" CO MonsLa
waters] that flow Into the Gulf evening as the 1964 He is prominent In Masonic
in great hope that they maybe Island Teen Queen was Dawn circles, and was the organizer ; '.h. 13--5.* e2 64 64fcb. 40ft9: hens
contributing. the chemical* Cavendlsn. daughter of Mr. and first president of the Island I4-C2 CO *0 d2 sons
vegetable or living organisms and Mr. Prank Cavendish of High Twelve Club and is '.b, 14-.&* 70 tf* 74f dl Nuns
that cause the Red Tide to"bloom" Bay Boulevard* Anna Maria., president of the Florida Scale .b>, )CC. C4 :S3 C'J SIfl 4 .
from time to time. Dawn is 15 and a sophomore' High Twelve Clubs both parts Feb 17--S4 Ti 72' ll .
Eleven strategic field at Manatee High School. (Islander of the Masonic group lie is
(Continued on Page 3) Pboco) married and has four children



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Page 2 TilE ISLANDER Thursday February 20, '

... (Continued from Page 1)

Islander Editorials Three additional members of 1it .
the cast are familiar to local .
audiences, Roger Stonehouse ,
Jac Holman and James Zerby.
A Year To Remember
Director Harold Igo will be M1il Cf,1SlW"Life

Barring the remote possibility of a successful write-in assisted by Zerby while Miss
campaign in next months Holmes Beach city election by Elizabeth Hoyle will serve as

candidate or candidates unknown, the residents of that city can stage manager and Marguerite
be assured of a return to sensible conservative and forward- Woodland as prompter.
looking local government because the reins of administrationwill Tickets for the play will be
be returned to the hands of men of good will. on sale at the Manatee County

. The year 1963 was somewhat unique on the Island because Deach pavilion from 2 to 5 p.m.
of some of the unprecedented actions taken by the Holmes on Saturday. Feb. 22.
Beach city administration--with, of course, the most unpre-
cedented action of all time--the vacation of parts of 70th and Readings for "The Silver
71st'Streets' at a prearranged, but unannounced-to-the-publlc Whistle/' the Players' third ii

secret meeting. And at a second meeting the same week, which and final play of the season, -w_ 1
was so hush-hush that not even a clerk was present to record will be held at 7:30 p.m.,
the minutes. Thursday Feb. 20, at the homeof
Yet in defense of these actions the mayor and membersof Mr. and Mrs. GE.Smalley. with Father" cast. Left to right are Billy Green,
the board of aldermen adopted the attitude that everyonewho 530 Key Royale Drive Holmes Phillip Salva Dill Genung (Father), Carolyn Norwood Tom
objected was out of step with the times and had some Deach. The third play will be Carnes, Dale Woodland, and Mrs. Genung (Mother). Photo by

very mysterious but personal reason or reasons for objecting. directed by Helen Peters. Frank Drechlin.

Rights of the people, established procedures, due legal
notice as required by Florida Statutes local ordinances cameto HOLMES DEACH SLATE. . World's Fair Center
mean very little as they were disregarded time after time. (Continued from Page 1)
At least two members of the board of aldermen, with term, and has waged a consis- Island residents planning to
typical bare-faced effrontery, failed to disqualify themselves, tent fight against many of the visit the New York World's
- but voted in their own favor on measures which would enhancethe actions taken by the present Fair, which will open Apr. 22,
value of properties they owned. And not enhance those city administration, but oftento are invited to visit the Day

properties in some indirect or very general way, but in very no avail. Area Insurance Agency in the ,.
direct and specific ways. None of the retiring officials Island Shopping Center to obtain -
When the time and energies of the mayor and the aldermen Mayor Chester V. Crawford, free literature and other
should have been directed toward improving their efficiencyas Board President John Beckett information about the fair.
public officials and in trying to serve their constituents and Alderman Mrs. Ruby According to F. D. Boozer
better their time and energy often were directed toward White are running for re- owner of Bay Area Insurance,
personal attacks against anyone who had "presumed police election. the agency has been named as
the actions of the administration." Crawford served a one-year an official World's Fair Information -
Much time was taken up by the mayor at meetings of the term Deckett a two-year term Center by the
board while he read lengthy and boring reports," which were, and Mrs. White, two two-year World's Fair Corp.
almost in their entirety, vitriolic tirades against The terms. Bay Area also can supply
ISLANDER and its editor--tirades which accomplished little, Vacation of parts of two dedIcated information on tickets, and on
except perhaps to relieve the feelings of their author. After streets to allow buildingof accommodations.
hearing or reading one of the mayor's reports that editor a hotel-convention center kmisland's
usually felt somewhat as those Dlblcal characters must have resulted in the greatest con- DeSoto Island Day

felt after they were "smitten with the jaw-bone of an ass." troversy in the city's 14-year Island Day, as part of this
Or as Abraham Lincoln said in commenting about the victimof history. The action was takenat year's annual De Soto Cele-

a tarring and feathering episode, that if It weren't for the an unannounced meeting of bration, will take place on the
honor involved in the occasion, he himself would much preferto the board of aldermen in June.A Island on Saturday, Mar. 14,
skip the whole thing. citizens' group has broughtsuit with a Doat-a-Cade one of the answer to the recent
Influx of Deatles. No hint was
That same city administration failed to be slowed up by against the mayor and features of the day. A numberof
any problem confronting It--an ordinance which doesn't fita board of aldermen seeking to prizes will be awarded to given photographer as to the
present situation--slmplc enough--Just change it. And if have the street vacating action winners of the event, and entry Identity of the pictured young
friends ask favors--grant them--even if they aren't exactlyin rescinded, but the case has blanks, with complete Infor- lady. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

keeping with either the spirit or the letter of the city been dismissed three times. mation, will be available at all obtained by calling Pete Creer
ordinances, or even of common sense. Attorney Robert Marshall of the marinas on the Island. at 778-2859, or Dave Boozer
After passing--with much enthusiasm revised zoning Palmetto, who represents the Further information may be or John Maner.
-. ordinance, and verifying that ordinance at a second reading, group, plans to amend the
some little time was spent at the same meeting at which the complaint and reenter it in
second reading of the ordinance took place, in explaining to the Circuit Court.
a petitioner some length, and in exact detail--now that LOTS j
petitioner should go about circumventing some of the provisions Youth Center DirectorsJohn .
of that ordinance.And .
when two members of that administration resign their Huth of Holmes Deach Holmes Beach
within a few months it leads was elected a member of the Dear Editor each
posts to some very interesting : The burden in Holmes
speculation on the part of those who "presume to police the Island Youth Center Doard of Lest we forget. . In 1956 fell on that one survivor of the
actions of the administration." And too, when one of those Directors at the annual meet- when the mosquito menace was original volunteer committee.
members declares in public that he is sick of the "schemingand ing of the board Tuesday severe Dr. Ed Huth laid great Alone unheralded, unpaid unsung -

conniving" for the benefit of individuals, one Is tempted evening, and will serve as stress on the need for larvi- he kept the mosquitoes

to ask: "What scheming and conniving, and for the benefit of chairman. ciding, feeling that it was much within bounds in so far as
what individuals?" And in the same connection, another Ernie Cagnina of Anna Maria more effective than fogging. A larviciding could help. The
question which might bo order: "WHOIHpaying HOW MUCH and Mrs. Frank Dobbe of volunteer committee of about fogging then was done by the
to WHOM for WHAT professional advice or services?" Holmes Deach were reelected 20 residents did yeoman ser- county. Later the city boughtits
Despite the many, and sometimes hilarious attempts at to two-year terms, and new vice. As time passed one by own fogging equipment, and
members elected
rationalization by some members of the administration not were Mrs. one the committee members the county assumed the larvi
one had the courage of his convictions convictions they Frances Maxon of Anna Maria dropped out--all but one. ciding.
and Melvin Robarof Dradcnton
were--or the temerity, to put those convictions on the line for Beach. Following a suggestion the That lone committeeman, to
judging by the public--at the polls. Perhaps they felt that the Chamber of Commerce start- whom we owe so much comfort -
public support they often claimed did not extend far enough to Cagnina will be vice chair- ed a mosquito fund, raised by also served two terms as
justify their actions. man; Mrs. Maxon, treasurer, private subscription. For two an alderman. lie has been Induced -
and Mrs. Tom Edwards
So--If we may make a suggestion to the voters of Holmes whose years, the fund helped to pay to offer his services
Deach--if you feel that you want to show your Indignation about term will has another year to run, for the parttime services of again Merrill Tritt--one of
the actions of your local government during the past year, and Other members as secretary.of the the late Elmer Raymond, but the city's most public-spirited
even though no important contests will be settled at the city board after that, Raymond's dutiesIn citizens.
are C. V. Hoctman of
eh.-ction--go to the polls anyway, and register your protest! Anna Maria and LongboatKey
ton Beach, and Mrs. Alma
precluded his working In Sincerely,
llayncs, representative of the
> Holmes Deach. Carl F. Scott
Youth CtHtcr ReportAnna City of Anna Marla; the Rev. .
Gerald Lowe, representativeof
Maria City Commissioner Mrs. Alma Haynes, the the City of Holmes Beach, The IslanderAn

city's representative on the Island Youth Center'** Board: of and Edward Gaba, representative Independent Thursdayby
Directors, recently reported to the city commission at its of the City of Dradenton published every
regular monthly meeting, that she thought the Youth Center Beach. THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

should be open full time, and charter amended to allow use The board voted to seek a 314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida.
of the center by adults as well as young people. full time recreational directorfor

Mrs HayncM report was as follows: "I. feel the time has the Youth Center on an EDITOR............................._._...STEVE KIMBALL
come when the Center's charter is amended so th.uall annual basis, to supervise all ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL
recreational group of the Island can use the buildings and activities connected with the
ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737 Anna Maria, Florida.
of the facility.It .
grounds Center. There are approximately 65 youth group
members using this facility which costs the Island taxpayers it felt that the salary of the TELEPHONE: 778-2021.

J2.40O in direct tax funds alone plus $2.4OOfrom the County, present Teen Club director SUBSCRIPTION L
and substantial monthly donations from the United Appeal of Melvin Robar. plus the' salary RATES: U. S.. $3.50 *
per $2 for
year six
; months. Canada,
the County. For thin amount of money the benefits are few paid to Miss Henri Ann Taylorand $5 J
indeed I her Assistants for directIng per year. ADVERTISING RATES: ... .A
"The Center should be open full time with a full time the summer program last per column for inch. Discount of ten :-: _
percent six
director so all people on the Island can use it. plus the tennis year, would pay for a year- if consecutive insertions M
paid by tenth
around of following month. O B y
courts ballfielda. stage, kitchen and auditorium. director. National
"1 think this la Qualified or agency placed advertising %:> J
property appraised at more than S3S.OOO. applicants for the $1.26 fc- *
and that is too much money Invested to get no returns from. position are invited to write 'per- wu column wrtan6 a .
Dealdea, the people on the Island (not Just the few teen agcra) stating their qualifications and CLOSING TIME-
really need a facility of that sort." experience, to Post Office Box : NOON TUESDAY
While offering no opinion on Mrs. tlaynea report to the 1758. Holmes Deach. Accord- Entered aa Second Class matter under
city commission* we do feel that her suggestion are worthy of ing to the director, hours and the Act of March 3. 1879.

some further study possibly by ocher members of the city alary of the director are open



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. Thursday. February 20. 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page 3

ZONING HEARING . A. M. MEETING . High Twelve Club 8 am to 8 put W..kdays
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) 8 am to 2 pm Sundays
service station may be Duties assigned to the Leroy Potts of Sarasota
constructed on the prop- commissioners were as will narrate a sports film
erty. follows: Mayor Ferguson at the meeting of the Island -
2. To grant a variance finances taxes legal High Twelve Club UJfBB'SIsland
from the zoning ordinanceto matters city office law which will be held at the
permit special use*and enforcement and. court Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat
the establishment of a sessions; Commissioner noon, Thursday Feb.
filling station on their Mrs. Alma Haynes. city 20.At Pharmacy
property less than 750 parks and grounds city the meeting of the 5904 Marina Drive
feet from an existing fill- real estate sanitation. follpwing week. State Attorney -
Ing station. Island Youth Center and Frank Schaub of 778-1.11-NII.778-2075
3. To rescind the speci- beautification; Commis- Bradenton will describe J. O. MESS PSan...Ut
fication and requirementof sioner Robert R. Moses some of the activities of
.. .
w the deeding to the cityof streets roads bridgesand his office. ... \ -=, .\
15 feet along Gulf Driveas drainage city machinery -
T--; :. I set forth in Section 3 and land clearingand RED TIDE SEMINAR. . '" "of 0 P A : ,.. .. -, :
of Ordinance 102. mowing; Commissioner (Continued from Page 1) I
The proposed ordin- Meyer, city ordinances stations have been estab- E'NTE'
r 1Mai ance would amend city city pier elections lished where Red Tide
ordinance 107 which pro- and city buildings outbreaks are most prev-
hibits building a gasoline and Commissioner Tom alent. For example the FREE DELIVERY
station within 750 feet of McKay, street lighting peat beds of Lake Okee-
any existing station or mosquito control, fire chobee form one of the REGISTERED
within 500 feet of a church protection and erosion.To many suspect areas.If .
playground playfield. avoid duplication of the cause is found in PHARMACISTSON
park hospital public members on the city's the inland waters that flow
school public library planning zoning and review to the Gulf the problem of DUTY
theater stadium or public board and the zoning harnessing off these nutrients AT ALL TIMES
assembly hall. adjustment board some would be much
changes were made and easier than if the cause lain
Island Garden Club some new members ap- the Gulf itself.
{ 1' .kV. V The Island Garden Club pointed. Membership on Niles says that much We Wish
will meet at the cafeteriaof the planning zoning and credit must be given to
Combination triple-birthday and Valentine party at the Island School at 7 review board is: Earle Director Robert M.Ingle,
Happiness House on Friday. Upper picture shows a p.m.. Friday. Feb. 21. Cromer chairman; A. R.fcPadden. whose growing research To Thank All
group of youngsters around luncheon table where when crullers and coffee Sam Adams team and laboratory are
three birthday cakes are ready for cutting. Lower will be served.A George Wagner and Ger- tackling this problem and Who
picture shows youngsters breaking plnata a candy- program will be pres- trude Dlasslngame. The collaborating with labor- Helped
filled paper figure brought from Mexico by Mrs. ented at 7:30 in the school zoning adjustment board stories throughout the
Merrill Tritt of 56th Street a director of Happiness auditorium. with Dr. has Ted Trlpp chairman; world and also to Wayne Make Our
House and its entertainment chairman. Davies Lazear to show Norman Rosedale. Talbot Mead of Palm View who
Happiness House is a joint project of Manatee and two films with both color Brewer Wyatt Blassin- Is chairman of the
Sarasota Counties with its principal work physical and sound. The first Is of game and Rene Redon. It CItizens Advisory Committee -
rehabilitation of crippled children all of whom arc the bird life in Corkscrew was voted that the building on Red Tide. AnniversarySellabration
day patients only and who also attend regular school Swamp and the second on Inspector will be Invitedto Niles went on to nay that
classes there which are supervised and supportedby "Bird Banding On Dry all meetings of both after talking to the director -
the school departments of the two counties. Tortugas." Between the boards. and the researchers
Happiness House is operated and partially supportedby two films a vocal programwill commission decidedto and Inspecting this growing -
the societies for crippled children and adults of be presented by the appoint a city advisory facility,one has a good A Success
the two counties. Other support is drawn from public "Teen Tones" quartet of committee of three to five feeling that at long last,
funds of both counties and from contributions from which Ted Trlpp Jr. is residents to anoint and something really Impor-
many service organizations plus gifts from Individ- a member.Dr. advise the tant IM being done about
uals. Several Island organizations make regular Lazear Is well known this very serious problemthat DOOR PRIZE
contributions toward its support. for his wide knowledge r>f welcome to attend and confronts all of upon
Col. Max H. Cooler of 77th Street is president of birds and his skill at wildlife tickets may be purchasedat the west coast of Plorlda. WINNERS1st
the Manatee County Society for Crippled Children and photography and the the door for a donationof He stresses, however
Adults and this year is also president of the board of program promises to be a dollar each. Proceeds that It may be a "long
directors at Happiness House. Mel Akins of 56th extremely Interesting. will be used for beautification hauland that"tho prob- prize T
Street also is a director. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Everyone Interested will of the Island. lem Is not a simple one."

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AH About People... .7

- MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr.and Mr*.H.Krefeld of Arcadia
Mich...Dan McManamy. ATRAN. U. S. Nary la home on a two-
week leave before leaving for California for three months and then
a tour of duty In Japan.
PALM Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.Berg of St. Paul.
...Mr. Willis D. Newlon of Fairfield. Iowa...M
Mrs. Stewart Beare and Mr. and Mrs.Sydney Beare of Toronto...
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hughes of Hartford City Ind...Mr. and Mrs.
Milo Edwards of Me Far land. Wis.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Capllng of Harbor
Beach Mich..Mr. and Mrs. H.Davenport of Bradley Beach. N.J.
...Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Marsh and Mr.and Mrs. George Tlmmus of
Akron. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.Henning of Leavlttown. N. Y.
...Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Jenkins of Taunton.Mass...Mr.and Mrs.J. .
E. McWllllama of Mlddlesboro. Ky.
Jarmars of Ottawa Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Emil Russett of North r
Adams Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oak of Columbus Junction. IJg. s'
Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Menderer of Howells.N. Y..Mr. and :
Mrs. C. J. Stewart of Leetonla. Ohio...Mrs. E. VanBlorln and _
p.nyof Englewood. N. J.
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mrs. Tom Fabel of Bay Village Ohio
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faragher. who plans to visit her MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR JOHNSON of 307 Bay Boulevard. Anna MR. AND MRS. CARL RIVES KEELER of Holmes Beach who were
parents until May...Mr.and Mrs.George Erhart and Mr. and Mrs. Maria, whose SOth wedding anniversary was observed Monday married Friday afternoon at the Sarasota Unitarian Church. Mra
Ray VanderHelde of Grand Rapids Mich...Mr. and Mrs. James afternoon at a reception at the Episcopal Church of The Annuncia- Keeler. the former Miss Olympia Elsa Zacchlnl.the daughter of
Roosa of Beverly. Mass...Mr. and Mrs.Ken Ashley Broadvlew.UI. tion. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson both natives of Derby. England, were Mr. and Mrs Bruno Zacchlnl Sr. of 7051 Longbay Boulevard
...Mr and Mrs. L. Bllwacks of Addison Ill...Mr. and Mrs. married Feb. 17. 1914. at the home of Mr. Johnson s uncle and Bradenton. and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R.
Henry Lampl of Yonkers. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. H. Day of Three aunt. Mr. and Mra. William Johnson of Fall River. M..... by the Keeler Sr. of Chicago. A reception for the couple was held at the
Rivers Mich.SUNSWEPT. Rev. John Brooks. Before her marriage Mrs. Johnson was Miss Holiday Inn Yacht Club. Mr. Keeler Is a member of the faculty of
APARTMENTS: Mrs. W. B. Todd of East Aurora. Mabel Thorpe. Before moving to the Island In 1952: Mr. and Mrs. Manatee Junior College and Mrs. Keeler Is a student at MJC.
N. Y. and Mrs. E. N. Wright of Holland. N. Y.. who have returnedto Johnson lived all their married life In Battle Creek. Mich., wherehe
the Island for their 14th winter here.S. was purchasing agent for the Carton and Container Division of guests for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Wilson of
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs f{. P. Helm of Harris- General Foods. After moving to the Island Mr.Johnson served as Cobourg. Que.. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bills of Palmetto Point.
burg. Pa.. Mr. and Mrs.Rex Hagen of Llgonler.Ind...Mrs. Marie a city commissioner In Anna Maria and for a short time as acting MR. AND MRS. A. N. TIPLADY of East Providence. R. I. have
Aker and daughter of Greencaatle...Miss Catherine Larrabeeand mayor. They have one son. James Brewster Johnson of Stamford. been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Bay Boulevard -
Miss Elizabeth Larrabee of East Hartford Conn...Mr and Conn., and five grandchildren. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Anna Maria. Mra. Tlplady Is a cousin of Mr. Johnson.MR. .
Mra. Paul Johnson of Grand Rapids Mich. AND MRS. AL, MUNSONof Fort Wayne Ind. are visiting Mr.
" DAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Burt Mummertof PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. David Hicks and family of Munson's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Munson
Aurella. Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ezell and daughter Kay. Mason Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Irving Austin of Reading. Mass. of 74th Street. Holmes Beach.
and Miss Nancy Holmes, all of Murray Ky...Mr.and Mrs. DanielW. BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G.Smith of Rochester. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lord of Garden City.
T. Cone Jr. and son William of Boonton. N. J. N. Y. L. I.. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.Reuben Bauer and party of Marahf leld.
HALEY'S MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinne of Rochester. N. Y. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mra.J.Frank Nash of Alderson. Wis...Mr and Mrs. C. J. Polstra of Wlnamac. Ind.
..Mr. and Mrs. C. D.Masters of Wlnston-Salem.N. C...Mr. and W. Va...Mr.and Mrs.Theodore Anderson of Brooklyn N. Y...Mr. DONA DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Karl M. Guild of Grlmsby. Ont.
Mrs. Floyd E. Klrbey of Falls Church. V..Mr. and Mra. Fred and Mrs. Alvin Zuldena of Morrison. Ill...Mr. and Mrs. Russell CUTI-TINO: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. White and family of Martina-
Krencel of Coventry. R. I...Mr. and Mrs. J. Treuent of Hampton Poquette of Highland Mills N. Y...Mr. and Mra. John Martin of burg. Va.
Bays N. Y...Mr and Mrs. Emil C. Doming of Fraser Mich.. Hyannis Ma.....Mr and Mrs. Keith E. Bralnard of Poatvllle. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE J. BATTENFIELD entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore N. Johnson of Glen Rock. N. J...Mr. and Iowa.. .Mrs. Dale Key and sister Mrs. Lea Baratow. of Bryan about 50 guests at a cocktail party at their new home on Baronet
Mrs. Howard Sterltz of Lynchburg. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gould of Ithaca. N. Y..Mrs. Bertha Lane. Key Royale. Saturday afternoon.MR. .
Burton of Montreal. Bellom of Bergenf leld. N. J...Mr. and Mrs. William Sorlle of AND MRS. EARL RICHARDSON East Lansing.Mich. were
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.Elmer Mattern of Wabash Ind. New York City...Mr and Mr.H.W.Daugherty of Frankfort Ind. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Searl of 47th Street.
...Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Morrlck and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klreley ...Mr.. Robert A. McArthur of Hull. Mass..Miss Elizabeth Holmes Beach.
of Chicago. McArthur of North Attleboro. Ma.s...Mrs. F. C. Falrbrother of MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HUSSE of Lewiston N. Y. entertainedat
WEST WIND APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.Allan Fleck Chicago Frankllnvllle. N. Y...Mr. Betty Danowakl and II. Pelhman of the Holmes Beach Yacht Club recently for a group of Island
..Dr. and Mrs. Glenn C.Hatch of Penn Yan N. Y...Mr. and Mr. East Setauket. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bernosky and Mr. and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Adams of Bradenton Beach, and Mr.
Richard P. Ketcham of Syracuse N. Y..Mr. and Mr. Floyd Mrs. Myron Sausser of Ashland Pa...Mr.and Mrs.A. A.Johnsonof and Mrs. Arthur Joslyn Mr.and Mrs.laroldMcVean and Mr. and
Koopman of Holland Mich...Mr.and Mr.Harvey Miller of Wash- Delaware Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prothero of Tottenham. Mra. Paul Hawkins of Holmes Beach.
burn. 111.FLAMINGO. Ont..Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hopper of Ashland Neb..Mr. and MR. AND MRS.HAROLD BRICKER returned to the Island recentlyto
COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.P.Allen Cleveland of Mrs. A. L. Worden of Utica N. Y. vacation at their home at Seaside Gardens. They have been In
Newcastle Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Long of Middle town. Pa. PVT. 1/C DONALD T. SCHRADER. USMC. son of Mrs. Betty Denver for several months.
BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs. James K.tfarrounof Lebanon Conn. Schrader of Anna Maria recently reported for duty with the MR. AND MRS. ROGER BROWN of West Medford.Mass are now
..Mr. and Mr. R. Stembridge of Reading Mass. Second Marine Division at Camp Lejeune N. C. occupying their home on Bay Boulevard.Anna Maria for the winter.
PANDA DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. A.F.Marohnand party of Union MR. AND MRS. PAUL E. DANIELSON of Creenhurat. N. Y. on MR. AND MRS. HAROLD RENNOLDSON are spending several
Lake. Mich..Mr. and Mrs. David Grlme..ndf.mUyof LaGrange Chatauqua Lake are spending their third winter at the Braddy months at their home In Holmes Beach. During the summer and
Park Ill. Cottage on North Shore Drive. Anna Marla. They have had aa fall they live In Naples. N. Y.

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Phyllla Moc 132 Club 2. (Earl Drew 233-363 Bob
Shuf .board Club
Pbyllla Chapman 131 DeVane. 189-317). t ..

"SBBBTX Dot Bower 131 Members of the Ann Marla Shuffleboard ,I ..... .,.. Ay ,.
LEAGUE STANDINGS Club have invited of ...
residents 1 : r ....
BowhngjleaguesWith HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) VanOatenbrldge Builder. 39 Anna Maria and visitors to use the -,. ': .N,
Doc Bower 481 laland Marine' Supply 38.3 court at the Community House Park. ,
Kay Ferguson 443 Bayou Marina 34.3 and/or to join the Shuffleboard Club. ,
Betty Schmidt 433 Tropical Vista 49.3 All seven court are open In the
i Pat Geyer 423 Rover Men. Club 48.3 forenoon but three are reserved by
the winter bowline eeaaon well Phyllla Moc 422 Bay Area Insurance 47 the club for tournament competition In
long. The ISLANDER want to thank Betty Caner 404 Anna Marla Electric 46 the afternoon.Fee .
both It* star bowling reporter. for PhyUI. Chapman 403 Gray* Econowa.h 46 for joining the club la$1 per year
their fine work In getting the bowling Roeelyn Haverko 400 Schuchard Plumbing 43.3 for a couple. Membership card. may
result to ua till year. They are Peg Hottman 392 The ISLANDER 44 be obtained from any member of the
Pbylll (Mr. Frank) Moc. who sends Loulae Flanagan. 383 City Pier Beachcomber 41 club committee. Club officers suggest
In tbe report on the ctlvltle of the Pete Reynarda Restaurant 36.3 that the club I* a good place to take
Island Mixed League and Earl Drew HIGH GAMES MEN) friend. and to meet new friend
wbo reports the reult of bowling In Byron Arkebauer 22O TOP TEN GAMES a
the laland Bowling League.Incase any Harvey Meyer 22O Steve Alex 243 HOMER E.PISHER.70.01 Gulf Park.
of you league bowler would like to Aaron VanOatenbrldge 216 Earl Drew 233 Bradenton Beach died Wednesday
thank either one In person or to take Aaron VanOatenbrldge 2O4 Roy Ferguson 229 Feb. 12.: Born InMartlnevtlle.Ind..he -.... 1r
up any other matter concerning the Roy Ferguson 203 Lefty Miller 226 was a retired railroad brakeman. He
bowling scores which we publish eachweek. Byron Arkebauer 199 Bob Guild 224 moved to the Island 12 year ago from r
Mr*. Mac may be reached at Ed Haverko 193 Art Schumaker 224 Indlanapolla. He was a member of
778-1927. and Mr., Drew at 778-17O3. Pat Flanagan 192 Byron Arkebauer 219 Local !261. Brotherhood of Railroad
daytime., and at ,?1-2 434. evening Earl Carter 191 Dint y Moore 214 Trainmen and Pot 2999. VFW. both
Chick Chapman 188 Art Schumaker 212 of Indlanapolla. Survivor Include a J
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Hank Nlealobedakl 188 Roger Haynes 211 daughter Mr. Bertram of Indlanapolla
Joy -
525-75th Holmes
First place Bayou Marina kept Its ; a brother. Charles Flatter Islander M. J. Hinkle of Street.
lead Intact Friday evening,although It HIGH SERIES (MEN) TOP TEN SERIESArt of Drown town. Ind.. and a.I.ter.Mr. Beach co-manager of the recently opened Cortez
pllt Its match with B ft K Hardware. Harvey Meyer 379 Schumaker 628 Helen Wllaon of Bradenton Beach.
Plaza branch of the New York brokerage firm
High scores were Ed Haverko. 193. Byron Arkebauer 378 Bob Guild 6O1
and Hank Nlelobedkl.500.for Bayou Aaron VanOatenbrldge 349 Steve Alex 593 EVERETT E. BLAKEMAN. 66. of Hayden, Stone & Company which was founded in 1892.
Marina and Dot Dower.186.and Lloyd Roy Ferguson 336 Earl Drew 363 Longboat Key died at a local hospital For ten prior to being associated with Hayden
Hanson 328. for B si K Hardware. Earl Carter 329 Lefty Miller 364Dtnty Sunday. Feb. 9. lie moved to the laland years
Linen Rental Service 4.Dick Wagner Lloyd Hanson 328 Moore \3\ 333 from Washington D. C. In 1961. and Stone Hinkle was with the Uradenton office of A. M.
Realty 0. (Pat Flanagan.192-324; Bud Pat Flanagan 324 Mace Hinkle 344 lived In Holmes Beach two year before Kidder Co. and Reynolds and Co. (Islander Photo)
Hottman. 163-432). Frank Moc 313 Ben Conlon 343 moving to Longboat Key. I(. was
Schuchard Plumbing 3. Sand Bar 1. Frank Davidson S1O John Holmes 339 born In Norwalk Ohio and before hla ,-
(Frank Moc. 110- 13; Byron Arke- Chick Chapman 3OO George Dykatra 338 retirement was an employee of the j'J '.
bauer. 2ZO- 71" Hank Nlealobedakl 30O American Telephone and Telegraph "
Anna Marla City Pier 3.Island Pharmacy . TEN LOW GAMES Co. .
1.(Earl Carter. 191-329:Harvey THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Jim Ayers 102 Survivor are hi* wife.Mr.Lucille
Meyer. 229-379). A. M. City Pier Linen Rental Ser. Ken Fellow 110 Blakeman of Bradenton; his mother.
Bay Area lII.urance3.Lay-Z-LIv-N Bay Area Insurance laland MarineB Glenn Carlson 113 Mr a. Mabel 13.fllakemanandasister.
Motel 1. (Aaron VanOetenbrldge.216- e. K Hardware Island Pharmacy Charlie Weaver 113 Mia Gladys Blakeman. both of Anna
549; Bob Relnel. 172-484) Lay-Z-Llv-N Sand Bar Elmer Twist 116 Marla.
The match between Island Marine Dick Wagner Realty Bayou Marina Hank Barber 117 Funeral service at Grlfflth-Cllne
Supply and Connie k** TV Service was Connlck'. TV Schuchard Plumbing Dick Swauger 118 laland Chapel were held Friday mornIng r
postponed. H N H Gene Moss 119 with the Rev. Lester M. Uta. 1
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUEBy Ken Fellow 123 pastor of Gloria Del Lutheran Church
LEAGUE STANDINGS taking three point In its match Frank Mokry. . 123 officiating. Burial was at Arlington ..ytw
Bayou Marina 61.3 with Bayou Marina Monday evening National Cemetery Arlington. Va.
Linen Rental Service 36.3 the league leading VanOatenbrldge NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE -- -
Island Pharmacy 32 Builder team stayed out In front In the A.M.Electric Roser Men'a Club Epsilon Alpha
Schuchard Plumbing 32 Island Bowling League.High scores In Bayou Marina Pete R.ynard'.Rest. Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma
Anna Maria City Pier :SO.3 the match were Aaron VanOetenbrldge. The ISLANDER Island Marine Supply Phi met last week at the home of Mr*. r
Bay Area Insurance 49 2O4. George Dykatra.338.and VanOetenbrldge Bldra. Tropical Vlata Don Mellln.
B & K Hardware 46.3 Ed Haverko. 193. Roy Phillips. 473. Bay Area Ins. Gray.Econowaah Mr. F. B. Shell Mr*. Robert Hoffman 1 rf
Dick Wagner Realty 46 Other scores were City Pier Beachcombers C.P.B'comber Schuchard Plumbing and Mr*. William Drill were
Pete chosen a* a committee.Mr .
Sand Bar 44.3 4. Reynarda Restaurant nominating
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 41 O. (Lefty M i 11.r. 226. Art BOWLING BRIEFS Shell Mr*. Charles Weaver ;
laland Marine Supply 37.3 Schumaker. 628; Leon Stafford. I SO. W* regret the mistakes which have and Mr.. Fran Mason reported- on the f
Connlck' TV Service 33 493) crept Into our bowling results the Bay Area luncheon: they attended on r
Graya Econowash 4.ISLANDER past couple of weeks but believe we Feb. '.Hernando De Soto and hi*queen ... -....
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) O. (Byron Arkebauer. 219-332; PatPlanaa. have everything straightened, out now.and attended the luncheon In costume.The
Dot Bower 186 ... 188-489). have revised our system of getting. St. Petersburg Chapter will be hostesses Polly Adams of Cortez, who U a top waitress at PeteReynard's
Betty Schmidt 178 Island Marine Supply 3. Anna Maria the result enough to eliminate such at the neat luncheon" be held Holmes Beach Yacht Club Restaurant and
Louise Flanagan 176 Electric I. (John Holmes. 199334. mistake In the future We believe, In May. at Port O* Call. "
Pat Geyer 173 Roy Ferguson 229334). however that If any further errors are Members. of Epsllon Alpha Chapter la also a top "fisherman. Polly recently caught a
Kay Ferguson 163 Tropic Vista 3. Schuchard Plumb- made. the beat way to get them Ironed and husbands and guests attended the 15-Inch, 15-ouncc speckled trout In Longboat Pass
Phyllis Moc 164 Ing 1. (BobCulld.224-601 Steve A.... out wlU be to call the bowling report. Valentine Ball at the Municipal Audi
Dot Wagner 153 245-393). era themselves at the number we torlum In Dradenton recently. It was which was a Schlitz tagged fish worth $100. (Islander
Kay Ferguson 132 Bay Area insurance 2. Roser Men a have Hated above. for the childrena Diabetic Camp. Photo)

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Notice le hereby given that an
a ST. BERNARD MISSION election will be held on Tuesday. big eighth annual Revival services beganat
( March 10. 1964. from 7OO A.M. to barbecue and bazaar of St. the Island Baptist
f (Roman Catholic) 7:00 P.M. at the City :.In Holmee
n.... Franaie F. Welemlller Beach. Florida for the purpoae of Bernard Mission Church Church Wednesday evening -
MASS: electing a Mayor two (2) Aldermenfor which has become a trad- Feb. 19. and will
i term of two one(1)Alder-
SUNDAYS: 8, 9:15 & 10:30 man for a term of one year a City itional gala event on Anna continue at 7:00 o'clock
WEEKDAYS: 8 am Clerk, and a City Marahal. Registration Maria Island will be held each evening through Friday M
books will fee until 1 OO PM..
HOLY DAYS: 8 am March 6. 1964. Candidates open for: office this year "in spite of high Feb. 28. Services on I
6 must file with the City Clerk prior to wind or high water" on Sunday will be at 10 a.m.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION pm : 1 1964.o'clock P.M..Tuesday February 18. Sunday. Feb. 23. and 6:30 p.m. Everyone Is

WEDNESDAYS 730 Pauline II. Archer. City Clerk To insure the comfort of invited to attend any or all assail I C
: pm last
3-13. 20 fc 27. 64
all the guests there will of these services.

Harv.y Memorial ChurchNonD.nominational UNCLASSIFIEDadvance be adequate protection Serving as evangelist is

( ) payment required provided bya shelter over the Rev. James Leon El-

Bradvnlon Beech the dining and recreation more pastor of the Holt .
R... A. W. Slmras 8 Iln."S1. O-mlnlmum-tiOt
areas and as usual there
SUNDAY: LOTS FOR SAUEi Cull Front. SiO.- .
will be free
000 77th St. Canal. 14.OOO. 75th St. ample parking
9:15 a.m. Sunday School. Canal. $3.3OO; 73rd St.. $3.000.JOHNB. space nearby.
lO3Oa.m. Church Service. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate Leo M. English general Home at 115 White Avenue Holmes Beach recently
Broker_116.Slur Srre t. 77S-2314. Mr. and Mrs.
purchased by
Joseph F. Driscoll of
Christian Science) Service -anUPIIOLi: : I I:;RlNvl ;sur.. e4U. JI;) chairman for the event
up over at lifted chalre.$10 up.Everything Holmes Beach from Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas of
A. M. C.m.unity H..,.. promises everyone that
ort':: rental.Patten Furniture ) Lakeland. Transaction was negotiated by John B.
the food will be
SUNDAY 1515 Rd. W. Block west of 14th superband --
: Street. Phone 747-1376. that the menu will r Prothero Registered Real Estate Broker of 116
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN FOR SALEt:; Dy Own r--C nai Front 81st Street Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SCIENCE SERVICE. Lot. 100 x 100. Concrete Sea Will include a h a 1 f-chicken, .
City Water and Artesian Well. Paved potato salad cole slaw I
Street. Fine location Holmes Beach. Mullet SaleA Hibiscus Festival
Gloria Del Evangelical) PHONE 778-130B. and hot buttered rolls fora Roser

Lutheran ChurchRev. FLRB:; Extinguisher SAlea Service. donation of $1.25 each. smoked mullet sale Members of the Women's

l*..Uff M.. Ul.. Factor Frank FOR SALES JP.vr.1.1'lO-n.-wlde ton Reach.Trailer 7111-I43r.And All the accent should not will be sponsored by the Guild of Roser Memorial

SUNDAY: Cabana. See at 727-7th St.Gulf Park be placed upon the barbecue Senior Youth Fellowshipof Community Church will
9:15 am Church School. or aU .r at 778-1001I. however because it Roser Church Saturday sponsor their annual bazaar -
10'IO: am The Service. able at ONLY $7.50pe r month at the will be made more attractive Feb. 22, at 11 a.m. at the called the Hibiscus
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. BAYOU MARINA. INC..Bay Blvd.So.. and enjoyable by church parking lot and the Festival at the church on
A 'a all 778-2423.
RMit; t t Waterfront home with the bazaar of St. Bernard IGA Store. The fish will Friday Feb. 21, from
L......... UlenW O*.**l lHe
Income. Centrally located In Holmes Guild which will be heldat sell for 70 cents a pound. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.A .
.0.-1.. .
( f t ')
Beach. Shown by only.
FRIDAY: Call Owner et_778-1642.appointment the same time and which Proceeds will be used sandwich luncheon is
-FOR 5AL.CI CXKMI FlrrpIACe WUO 10:00 am Prayer Group.
SATURDAY: Call 4i"OTp.m.KEN FELLOWS. 7782894. after useful gifts for sale plus Ala. He is a grad- and offered for sale will

1:00 Adult Choir. FOR HKNTl I-Dedroom Efficiency amusements for the young uate of Howard College. Louisville Ky., where he be food and baked goods

SUNDAY pm: air conditioning.Apartmenta Close wCentral to beach heat ft fchopping. and old. Birmingham Ala., and of received his AB, BD and handicrafts candy, cut

By month season or year. the Southern Seminary in ThM degrees. flowers and other items.
9:15 am Church School. Reasonable rate. 778-1831. or writeP. Key Royale Sales
!9:30 am Lecture on Qj D"* J I*?- Holmee Beach.AL.TEAATIGN5 .
onall klnUa or ClothIng. Recent sales in the Key Albany N. Y.; Mr. and
Psychiatry &. Religion. Also Heard.Dressmaking.Phone 778-14)1.; Drapes.Mrs.Prank Royale and Bay Palms Mrs. Daniel W. T. Cone For those persons interestedin
11OO am Worship Service&
YEAR AROUND PROPERTY developments emphasizethe Sr., Boonton N. J.; Mr. excellent values .
securing really '
Sermon "What We To
Ought TENANCEi MOWING. TRIMMING. number of states from and Mrs. C. H. Hulsc.

Believe About JcsusChrist" ISHED.EDGING.WINDOWS FLOORS WASHED CLEANED OILED.POL which the permanent population Ottawa. Ont.; Mr. and in lots and houses HOUSES NEW

WEDNESDAY: PROMPT EFFICIENT of the Island Mrs. R. J. Barnes of '
10 am & 8 pm Lecture on KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 comes. Wrlghtstown Pa., and Mr. *

Psychiatry& Religion. *fjt"r 4:10: P'M'2.1" 85th St. ". n. Howard Adams sales and Mrs. Gerald Spencerof
i'liOjuii .. V 1 5 this is the time !
ISLANOCK;;; AS a of Tawas Mich.BUILDER to investigatelSEE
readers we can furnish 5.7 Inch manager Key Royale .
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH enlargements of anyplcture appearingIn Homes. Inc., this week
R... Uea ".'1611, Pastor The ISLANDER for only$I.i)each. announced sales to the OF HOMES
TIIURSDAY: Call 778-2021.. or a KIP a t the office.'
FOR SALtj 1.57 Kurd Squire following in the Houses suitable for Island
7:00 Revival I Service. climate and conditions. ,
pin 9-paaeenger Station Wagon.Runa very 45 days and indicated
FRIDAY: well. See .1 3708 Holmes Blvd..or call past Remodeling. Additions & COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333
7711-1486 even tVTO or TD".en 011",. their present addresses: Repairs. Trustworthy
Revival Service.
7:00 pin FOR SALbi At end of Chi I son Ave.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. estimates given. SISLER J. DUDLEY Brolt..r-Sol.smon-778.21S6
SUNDAY: Anna Maria.-Brand New Home on Lot NORMAN ROSEDALE
School. w3O2 ft. Seawalled Canal Frontage. Nelson. Ankara. Turkey; Anna Maria 778-1410 ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA i
B-.43 am Sunday Three Large Bedroomat. two tiled Dr. and Mrs. George H.
10:00 am Worship Service. bathe Intercom sy.'oma CeMrallleaift Clark. Holmes I Beach
Wet-Steed Air Condltloneri IO 24
5:30 pm Chapel Choir. Screened Porch Terrazzo Floors Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Van- "

6UO pm Worship Service. thruouti for Completely Washer Inaulaiedj ft Dryer. Connections Your. Curcn. Rocky River. Ohio;

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Terms. Call 778-2723.: or Write Kens Mr. and Mrs. Rollin G.
Feb. 24-2H. Inc.7OO '5olme let ach. Alford. Va. Mr.
Tf I room Sell 5cliunI McLean. ; L LflRCHIflOnT DMLOPflieiT[ COfiPOMTIOf)
pm Revival Service. a and Mrs. Clarence Bat-
FOA SALE i (Vuet Slid* Lot on Oak tenf held Winamac. Ind.
R..e M.merlel CHttrch ;
A"e_, Anna Maria, ...hSO..U.....
(.Ne..-Det... ....1..1)| Pili..... Call 747-J774._ Mrs. Mary C. Ackcrman. 74 7.a.d '1.
..... ..'....r.: K. WieeU* -


1:15 pm Cherub Choir.

6:30 pm Junior Choir. CANALFRONT--Three or Four Bedrooms;

7:30 pm Senior Choir. Three Baths; Florida Room; Central Heat; 'W' .," The
FRIDAY: Double Garage; Swimming Pool and Many. .

11:00 am IIhbhcus FClllv.aI.. Many Extras Including Furniture & Covered .... .

SATURDAY: Boat Dock.

11:00 am Mullet Sale.


10:00 am Sunday School.

10:15 am Lenten Lecture. 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach

11:15 am Worship Service.

7:00; pm Senior "& Intermediate -"- GULF DRIVECO.OPERATIVE

Youth Fellowships. eaU4 APARTMENTS

MONDAY: ?tVt _: &:;.. "' t ....m tal

7:00: pin Hoy Scout Troop 7.
10 .am to 2 pin Mission


Th. .. laU.."
';.' '''Ch o "ete rrr -
H.... .t4 K. Lwo. Heater


IhOO am Holy buchartst.
SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

l 8:00 am Holy Euch.arhl.f .

f IO:30 am Family Eucharist School. & ASK FOR THE 100% CO-OPERATIVE PLAN I
Ser..."' ''. Church

7:00 am Holy Eucharist.

7:30: pm Evensong & Medina OIAOIA MIM IK .00.... '""_.. a.u .oe& fecal ....... 0.--0 .. ...... c-.a w.. A.. CJ.c.,. ...... Ml 0T1 P.-- A.--Ie S- C..w. P.-. Oita..,-ttl.das.l c--a.: .. c.u.u..o.e'-l
.I. MsnuttztoVltAaUM t D..t1.ta..a..r..aa,
; D t f..d d.1./.. 4. Patsr...... --1 Jams..,... .....

\ MILK Law. ...... cs.... esat A4.r.-t U.. T"o.e..... T_._ P3... T1r.. j.-1

ANTON M CM&ISTtNSIN \V ==_ hash ..... f.1.-awl :ap..-. A11 Ca .a1 at./lw TV A.__
per ..... ...
GLOSIA CHRIST 6LN City .Nly 4 TV-.4. ..
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Aew.d r-s 1L. .. ?O-- .
.Sit $..- !..!.... ...hWJLSOIS > O-a./d....u-.. .PwtMe.0 c-.o. .r ...--d -... Ftb i .. ........... fl r.u r.u ....-.-. M....U"ca.Mtrws" .
''an'ti.-s1M. 0-
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m,. jNuwv .. ... ""..". Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable

IIIIe CA '. ..... ...v. .
Sales Representative Phone 778-1611
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'"* {thursday, February 20, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7


- The ONLY Sub-Division with


BUT We are doing Our Bestto WAGNER

have a Model or two

Ready for your inspectionat REALTOR,

all times

Two-Bedroom Ultra-Modern Tile-Roofed
Home with Large Glassed Florida Room.On large
1 'I
seawalled lot in Best Section of Holmes Beach.

Si 3.995

JACK HOLMES, Realtor * * * *


Be Sure To See This

Illness of owner forces
drastic reduction in price of home -,- - ----

from $32,000 to $26,500 R WIDOW MUST SELL Well-Kept Duplex Apartments--
Furnished. Has separate garage. 73 x 100 Lot.
Among the many features offered in this home PRICE $S9.000--S2. Down balance $65 a month.
are: 22x25 Living Room and Dining Area; Taxes $3O a vear--CloHo to the (leach.r .
12 x28 Florida Room; Bedrooms 11 x 15 and
!. 12x18; a 10x22 Screened Porch and 7x22
Utility Room; Ceramic-Tiled Kitchen; Gas- EXCEPTIONAL is the word for this Ultra-
I Fired Central Heat;Central Air Conditioning; Modern Home at 608 Baronet Lane Key Royale.
Many Large Closets; Two-car Garage; plus SELDOM does the home buyer have the opportunityto
carpets drapes refrigerator and washer- acquire a new home that has been put together
dryer. Beautifully Landscaped Canalfront with such loving care and selectivity and which is
100-ft. Lot in Holmes Beach.SEE THIS NOWI set among Palms and Banyans on a large canal
front lot of exceptional beauty.
Shown by Appointment Only
OWNERS must return north and offer this excitingnew
* * * * home unfurnished but including dozens of
; extra features that help to make a house a HOME! ..
MAHAR Real EstateRUTH -+7 t Y- -


7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria TWIN DUPLEX APARTMENTS: BACh apartment nan
bedroom with twin or double beds: full tiled bath:
all-vlcctrlc kitchen; living room with dining area:;
INCOME central heating and air conditioning. All FurnUhod.
PRICE: $28,500--Good Financing Available.


Extra Lot Zoned for a
newly furnished
Duplex! Located on

Gulf Beach.Drive near the Bay Palms Model HomeBUILT ,

$12,750George BY Wm. B. LEE Co.



Island . -' ..
Shopping r .
.: -- :' .
PHONE 778-2444 _!. ......_ :;r.

ANNA MARIA TWO 2UccJroom., Completely I'urnUhcti Homes,
O*..C........ .....Br*... Only 100 feet from the Beach. Good Rental 'Record.
Ai._ Pi... A.._.... x.
I Oil Heating. Ample Room fur Kxpanslon. Price--
ONLY S29.0OO for all. or SI .OOO for each hornet

Island PropertiesWE

HAVE a Fine Selection -

featuring "high style" decoratingby
SITES (Gulf front. Bay

front. Canal and Inside ENGEL FURNITURE


MOTELS and any other

type of Real Estate you or not you arC looking for home
construction and design Ideaa,or Ideas on howto 1.4'!
may be interested In. decorate and furnlah your own home, we
welcome your Malt to thla new, furnished TIKI TAVKRN--A 12-Scool: : Ur and Package Goods
Sec PARRISH REALTY model at SOS-71 Street, off Marina Drive Sco..e-Located In Dradenton AC the Bantam Shopping
in Holmes Beach. Center on 14th Street. TbU is a ONE FAMILY
FOR YOUR BEST BUYI ope".UQ'I--WIdow Muac. Soil--$1 6.000 to$2OOOOcash
required. Total Price f33,SOO, plus Inventory. Tb..
CH Ralph Parrfeh OTHER MODELS OPEN DAILY net better than 33 percent on investment. For an
or P 0gy Moore evening appointment. Call me ac 778-I 44.
P. llil IMIty Wat.rfront from $4,360 s.. REALTOR

P.O.Maa.Aa..M..t. Non.wat.rfront from $2,900 REGISTERED BROKER 2217 Gulf Drive, Brad.nfon Beach

l2..77.2121 77S-2663 or eve. 771-1464

8 THE ISLANDER Thursday February 2O. 1964


SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER!!! "Home Furnishings with a Flair Come sec us. huh?

...that Love Salt Air"We coma tea our wonderful
selection of these Tti.
*1ASY CUBSrtAr I am
WE RENT Dam Trolls (better knownas
"Dam" Trolls) These
'HIGH CHAIRS LINENS *SUNIATHIMC COTSSTaOt.1.IRS offer a complete home decorating service homely loveable unique
I BLAMXXTS. ...floor coverings draperies lamps unusual good luck mascots will
Linen Rental. Service 773.1472 accessories and fine furniture carefully add pleasure to anyone's
214.54th St. Holmes Beach selected to meet the challenge of Florida's"roughonfurniture" life. Coma see If they do
climatic conditions.Our It for yours.

CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE shop also features high quality rattan
trr the finest lines of patio beach and lawn Order Now We Ship ---
equipment. time you come to the
H&IBBY DANDY Shopping Center, stop In to see us. FLORIDA CITRUS FRUIT CANDY

Sunday Hours: 9 5

Island -Furnrture Center _' Free Gift & Mail Wrap4fgftv
OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M. ------------------------- _-. ,d Lending Library
EVERY DAY lIe dquarter.t for '.CA BIN CRAW Rugs t J't g s wtw ..- J. Dwt......
ISLAND Island Shopping Center- Ph 778-1019 '( 4 "', 71

ABLE Call 778-2012 I Tei 4e1ac 7isceffQeAL



$1.50 SIZES 38 to 46

Holmes Beach Inc. Shorts Blouses
Shifts Pedal Pushers

( 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach field & fIeatz, I II

f 7

PH1LCO. 1964 TV! C, C -'fn. ;...a,.V.. m 4S&

rnxID .' I.
Layaway >> Pho..
= .
@ WARM WEATHER WEAR P1.'s"- 7781161Huffine's
iLCs R+.r rn.n 4 Wo.1tlA
StarlftelU ......
NEW SHIFTS-Just Received.Pockets-
\ Standard Service
Button or ZipperSMLXL2.98 to $5.98
SHORTS-New Styles-men's & women's
l :1t CALL 778-1771
$2.98 to $4.98ShirtsBlousesBeach
:' night 778-1440
Coats & Towels
Childrens Terry-Cotton-Dacron Anna Maria Island's Only

I; ALSO SEE OUR SPECIALS 1 Buick-Rambler-Dodge-Dodge.DartPlymouthGRASS '

';M Prices as low as $169.95 eAutoOwnersO SEEDTreated

ISLAND TV 7781703Corner -
& Scarified . .

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. BOAT AND TRAILER Hi purity & Hi germination
P..sGcolalaliia25C Ib

\ Treated & Scarified .

I !\ 1 Hi purity & Hi germination

Argtntint 1.lIia70C Ib


1 MIX AutoOwn completely. Boat protects Insur- Ry. ---10t l Ib
10 your trailer motor and boat
__4, on the road. Fire and theft
also have
and collision' protection too We a completeline
for your boating Invest
ment. For complete pro- of ORTHO products for
tectlon tailored to yourboating
Auto-Owners needs,Insurance call your your lawn & garden needs.WE .
Agent today.
?ud DELIVER 77S-2S11

Manatee County Water

Company IMCOtfOftATtD ( lrea !Jnsurance
( )1l. Bay
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