Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00213
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND PKY LIBRARY? '1

Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is GdrftflA HISTORY?



No. 642 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1964 TEN CENTS


Controversial 'Gas Station' Zoning Dewed .

A controversial change to In question pointed out that
"gas station" zoning on the the large number of home
William Schwcpe property on owners of the area who wouldbe
Gulf Drive was denied by the affected by such a change
Holmes Beach Board of Alder- should be heard and their
men Tuesday evening objections considered.
The action was taken at a Other actions taken at the
t ,p"q 14 i nr+ N public hearing before the hearing were the rescindingof
board of aldermen with Mrs. parts of two ordinances.A .
Ruby White the only memberof provision of the revised
the board voting In favor of zoning ordinance passed onlya
granting the change. few weeks ago which called
Aldermen Harry Va r ley. for a distance of at least 7SO
Sidney Brown and E. D. Wet- feet between gas stations was
more voted against the change rescinded. Part of the same
f, and Alderman John Beckett section rescinded provided no
.. abstained from voting. gas station could be within SOO
lh -w A number of letters from feet of a school playground
: owners of property In the public meeting place hospital
-44 general area were read with or other public gatheringplace.
most of the letters giving the .
approval of the writers. There The other provision repealed
were several property owners was a section of Ordinance
from the Immediate vicinityof 1O2, passed by the present
the petitioners' property at city administration In April of
t V I l:, the meeting and many of them last year. It provided that
voiced their objections to the commercial zoning would be
change. granted on the property southof
After the requested changeIn 33rd Street If the ownersof
zoning had been denied by the property grant to tho
vote of the board. Mayor city deeds for IS feet of land
Chester Crawford suggested adjoining Gulf Drive.
a change to "special 1 use" be Rescinding of the 13-foot" I
granted Instead of the C-3 provision apparently changesthe
classification but the suggestion zoning of the property In
was not acted upon by the question to Commercial C-2.
board. which does not. however allow -
During the discussion about gas stations. Stores and
K the proposed rezoning Dr. l dlluth several other types of business -
not a resident of the area can operate there.

Power Scenes from "LIFE WITH ..FATHERthe Inland Player. Fred ,Hutchinson A Series Winner
Squadron second production of the season which opened at the Anna
Annual Dinner MeetingThe Maria Community House Tuesday evening, and will run
annual election of officers through Saturday. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)

c ha n ge-of-watch and
dinner party of the Anna Maria South End Beach Discussed I IR
Island Power Squadronwill s
f
take place at 7:30 p.m., 4
If
'Y I I IY
Thursday. Mar. 5. at the I\ I I
Dradcnton Country Club with 7 ,1 I 1 i t '
a social hour to precede the

dinner.Candidates for office for the
year named by the regularly I
elected nominating committee ;
arc: Custis L. Cuttenberger '
commander; F. David Boozer 1 r + $
lieutenant commander; GeorgeC.
Schcrrcr. first lieutenant;
Howard Canzemlllcr. secre-
tary; Robert R. Moses
treasurer and Col. Max II.
Cooler James I. Wuichet and ''r .

Dun Rivers members of the .. .
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executive committee. Officers
elected will be installed by SOUTH END BEACH PAVILION, (ISLANDER PHOTO)

District Commander GeorgeL. Final plans for special meeting of the 1 1FP0f'U.Alt
Meyers of Sarasota. nic tables benches will be held as
(Continued on Page 5) pits and trash .as the plan are ready t
at the county-owned within two weeks,
f' Barradale
Morgan (
park at the south end then the commission. will.
Edward Morgan Barradale. Island were authorized to proceed. Chairman
78. of 206 72nd St.. Holmes County Park. Ileach .; B. "Mickey" Harrison
Beach died at his home Mon creation the commissioners. would
day. Feb. 24. week. The work Is to to go to the county com-
lie was born In Mlllburn.N. by Architects J. .Ml on to wee how much .Inland sports figure I'rcd llutchln' .on. manager o.
J.. and was spending his ler and Louis Schneider.Desoto could be obtained. for baseball Cincinnati. Red, who returned home thin w.,..,k
ninth winter on the Island project. after winning' the must 'Important Merle. of his career. a
coming from New Providence, Island Day un t y Planning Director. series of treatment at a Seattle, 1N.pltasgatnnt/ a tough ,
N. J.He. Island Day will be Vines told the beach opponent cancer. Despite a light cold Hutch appear fit
was an attorney and was on the Island on Saturday. that 141.OOO and healthy .and says he feel the name way and I a. readyto
retired from the State of New 14. as a part of the I been: spent on the new park return to the baseball war next w..,.,k. (Islander| Photo)
Jersey Bridge and Tunnel De Soro Celebration. 3)A that he was "very pleased
Commission. For many years Island Day will be the mileage we've gotten
he was executive secretary to jointly by the DeSoto of the S41.OOO." but not Allhdda; ANNA MARIA ISLAHO WCATHCK '
the engineering department In tion Committee' the "we don't have much
the building and operating of of Anna Maria Holme In the current budget" .- T.-.l" _.. ..... ...i.4.1Ia I
the Holland Tunnel. and Bradenton Beach 3000. s m Moo Cpm Ifl ghci
He was a member of Century merchants and bulr> Commissioner Walter J
Lodge. FfcAM. South Orange and businesswomen of estimated that each rsb la...6 ,KA ittt ... M 1.4
N. J.; a graduate. of Yale University land. shelter Including. four rep. iio co C6 60 Huns
and a member of the In keeping with the : five table and benches, : rsb. 20",0, AA 4* <0 6OiV'J Huns
Ivy League of Sarasota and one of the featured e" le floor and roof, will ,cb. 2l .:l.Z. 70 U Tlft'J AU lions
Manatee Counties.Mr. the day will be a grand about SI3OO. Due to the rsb. 22.$0 A2 .2
Barradale had servedtwo a-Cade, with a number budget he suggested t 'cb. 1.60 $.4 4s U bI Nunc
terms a* a member of the prizes and trophies to air tables<< be Installed ,..b. 2..u U t4 Su! ."'acYon
New Jersey State Assembly; warded winners In the and permanent shelters
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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday February 27. 1964


gevsse a" _
Islander EditorialsLoss _

by THE EDITORSome r--ii I 1 _

words of advice to _
Of Identity publicity chairmen and others
charged with publicity chores
The current hassle between the members of the Manatee for local organizations and
County Chamber of Commerce and the General Telephone Co., also to anyone who has even
over what the chamber members term--and rightly so"lossof occasional news for The IS-
..,
Identity" should not come as any surprise to anyone who has LANDER. (Most of the points '
been subjected to the so-called"service" provided by General mentioned below apply to news
_ Telephone. And particularly the "service" provided by that for other papers as well).
company to its subscribers in Manatee County. First, we have only so many ,
Moving of the county's long distance operators to Sarasotais column inches to use for news,
only one of the dozens of instances of unusual "service"for and there comes a time duringthe
which the telephone users of Manatee County have to pay week's work when that
top prices. space is filled, and not another
Noteworthy is the fact that whenever there is to be some item can be put into the paper
change in the company's "service," which is supposed to be with a shoe horn--so that once M*-s. Jonzie Keeth of 20th Place North Bradenton Beach In
of benefit to the subscribers--such as the recent change to in a while, something has to be picture taken by neighbors as a protest, and an appeal to the
Direct Distance Dialing--it is heralded widely by dozens of omitted. city fathers to take action on repairing the street. Actually,
press releases and lots of advertisements and announcements, Perhaps that suggests some- though, Mrs. Keeth caught one medium-sized redfish and a
but there Is little publicity about the moving of the long thing--such as getting your couple of smallish trout.
distance operators.In material in early. Early fora
many instances General Telephone has analyzed the weekly, means Thursday or i _'
situation, and then proceeded to do what its officials felt was Friday before the publication
best--not for the date which is much better and
general public--but best for General Tele- ,
phone. In order to prepare its subscribers for the coming of easier for the editor than
- DDD, it offered the poorest possible long-distance service for Monday or Tuesday.
several months ahead of time, so that any change was bound to Some weeks the space is used
be considered an improvement. During those months it was almost on a first-come-first-
almost impossible to get an operator to answer short of 15 or served basis, so don't wait ,
20 minutes and sometimes It took much longer than that. until the last minute before the
Another discouraging wrinkle for the phone user is to try to deadline at noon, Tuesdayoreven
call the operator and then to get a busy signal time after time. later, as some of our
A year or two ago, when some public hearings were held contributors do.
before the public utilities commission, the commission Second, don't try to bury the ariMU
"challenged' the company to provide the area with better editor with material. Some
"service." So far, the only improvement in service has been releases arrive in the form of
prompter billing, with even that department doing some very two or three typewritten pages,
weird things. For example: Not too long ago we received a which, when boiled down yield
bill which included charges for two telegrams we had sent about two or three usable par-
about 18 months previously! agraphs. Remember for best
At a meeting between Chamber of Commerce and General results, keep your news items
Telephone Company officials this week, the latter probablywill brief. If an editor encountersa
have dozens of arguments why Sarasota has to be named news item which is much too .P=w+
for calls originating in Bradenton. long, he is inclined to toss it
side until he has
to one more
Lack Of IdentityNot time to read it and rewrite it,
and the odds arc that he never
long ago, the first copies of the"Official 1964 Florida will have that much time. Time
State Road Department Map" were distributed. The map, usually is in short supply
similar in format to the road maps issued by the major oil around a newspaper office so
companies, is printed in several colors,a real sample of good don't be guilty of wasting any NATIVE SPECIMEN of three-eared ass--not to be confused
printing, and is a first class piece of promotional literaturefor of It, especially the last day or with any member of any political group. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
tho state. two before publication. .,.
From the point of view of Anna Maria Island and Manatee Third, after you write your that he stands seventh in the this area--the Cattle Egret.
.. County, however it leaves much to be desired. Here is a case, copy. ALWAYS read it over to junior class. Although both a These birds resemble their
not of "loss of identity." but rather a case of "lack of be sure that all names are baseball and football star at larger relatives to a great
Identity.*' In the very real dog fight for the tourist dollar spelled correctly you don'tknow Manatee High Dan felt he was degree, but their mission in
among the Florida counties, this new map helps Manatee how to spell the names, not heavy enough to tryout for life seems to be to follow cat
County very little if at all. Ninety-six Attractions" the chances are the editordoesn't varsity football at Vanderbilt. tIe, and to gobble the bugs
are listed on one side of the map--and guess where they arc know how to spell He does however, play intra- disturbed by the cattle as they
located. Almost everywhere in the state except in Manatee them either. fraternity football and was graze. On the Island,however
County. Not even one little ol attraction listed! And here we And too, don't submit names chosen as the most valuable because of the lack of cattle
had been lulled into a false sense of security by the assurancesof as Just plain trs.Jones" or player on both the defensiveand the egrets have adapted them-
our chamber of commerce officials that Manatee County had "Mr. Smith." Nor as "Mrs.A. offensive teams. selves to local conditions and
some really important attractions. Which could be--but the Jones," or"Mr.J.Smith." ft N N now make a habit of followingthe
State Road Department obviously does not agree. A little more effort will show Mrs. Sam Adams stopped In large mower belonging to
Where arc these attractions? Fourteen in St. Augustine; they have given names as wellas at our office quite early one the City of Anna Maria and
six In Sarasota and Sarasota County; a few in Plncllaa County; surnames. And in most recent morning and showed us have formed quite an attach-
six or seven in Silver Springs; several in Dade County; a few cases they will have two initials a package she was delivering ment for Wink Murdock. who
In the Florida Keys and the rest scattered elsewhere throughthe --which is much to be in the neighborhood. It was an operates the mower. They also
state. preferred. Remember that ordinary quite inoffensive appearing try to stay close to Frank
On the main map of the state tho Island Is identified only like to have their names package from Kauff- Jr. as he operates his
by tho names of "Holmes Deach" "Bradenton Beach" but spelled and used right. man's in Pittsburgh and had bulldozer or mower on the
nowhere la Anna Marla or Anna Maria Island identified, even Fourth, and this a very Important survived its trip to the Island Island.
though almost all the other small Islands and keys along the point--be sure to read rather well. But its handling ft it ff
west coast ARE named. your copy to sec that it Is leg- by postal employees along the Some interesting social the-
Another map which completely Ignores the existence of ible. And not Just legible to you way had shaken its contents ories expounded at Tuesdaya
Manatee County Is a small map published and distributed by but legible to someone else, enough so it was playing a bit public hearing in Holmes
the State Turnpike Authority. It does name Bradenton. but in too. Also Just because news of New Orleans Jazz--and with Beach such as the one that
the smallest typo used anywhere on the map--the same size ia typewritten, it Isn't always gusto I advocates a person using his
type used to locate smaller towns such as Belle Glade Starke legible. Sometimes typing can H It ft land exactly as he pleases, so
Arcadia. And what size typo Is used to locate Sarasota? That's demonstrate the horrors of A year or two ago our attention long as he makes money there-
right--tho same as that used for Miami Tampa St. Petersburg unskilled labor. was called to a species of from--and the devil take the
. and the other major cities of the state. Fifth, if possible always usea birds which were quite new in hindermost!
It Is a well accepted fact In the publicity business that some letter-size sheet of papera --
free mention of the place or product one Is plugging' can often large sheet of paper Is much The Islander
be much more valuable than some paid ads.So where does the harder to lose than a small
fault lie that Manatee County la ao often Ignored? With the scrap of paper. An Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby
officials of the County Chamber of Commerce? Or with the Sixth, don t forget to includethe
THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
State Road Department? very important "Where.
What When Why and How." 314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Island, Florida.'
Ctfldidatts & ProMists t It *
EDITOR_....._..._...._....----STEVE KIMBALL
Congratulations to Justifiably
With another general election due In November candidates proud parents. Mr. and Mrs. ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL
arc declaring themselves In drovea. and aoon the thunder of Lou Barolo of Dradenton ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida.
a full-fledged political campaign will start to rumble across Beach. Their son Dan who TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
the state. All the tired old promises will be heard togetherwith << earned Just about all the
some new and original--and aa yet untried--promises. honors it waa possible to get-- SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. S3.3O
In attempting to evaluate the candidatea--and the promises both academic and athleticat -- per year; $2 for six months. Canada. t
of each--It Is well to keep in mind that the candidate who will Manatee High a few years $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES
be elected Florida's governor, will in all probability have to ago ia now a student in the $1 per column inch. Discount of ten h A_
.
spend approximately $1 million to win that position.That figure engineering school at Vanderbilt percent for consecutive Insertionsif q ...
is not arrived at by guess work but ia baaed on the close-to- University in Nashville paid by tenth of following month.
$1 million EACH of the TWO top candidates spent In 1960. and Is following pretty much National or agency placed advertising "
Moat of that sum must come from sourcea other than the the same pattern he set in high SI.26 per column inch. /jjy 1i0ll
candidatea own pockets ao that the candidatea promises to school.A Amm --.u i@3tRa i 'lUY
those sources MUST' take precedence over promises to the recent letter from the dean CLOSING- TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
voters. For example: In I960. Candidate C. Farris Br7ant our of the engineering school told Entered as Second Class matter under
present governor bore down heavily on the slogan 'No New the Baroloa that Dan was one the Act of March 3. 1879.
Taxes." basing most of bis campaign thereon but obviously of 18 engineering atudents
It had slipped his mind by the time the last legislature met. a possible 674--to make all
MANATEE. COUNTY'S DULY MEWSPAnaI
So keep your salt shaker handy and use it on the promise A*a for the first semester and HOME OWNED

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Roser Seminar Piano Concert High Twelve Club 'Spring Showtime '. # 8 am to 8 pm W..kdays.

Sponsored by Rose Island youngsters who State's Attorney Frank "Spring Showtime," fea- 8 am to 2 pm Sundays a
Memorial Community played in the multiple Schaub of Bradenton will turing a tour of Island 1
Church the fourth and last piano concerts sponsoredby be the speaker at the homes and an exhibit of
of a series of special the Manatee and Sara- regular luncheon meetingof arts and crafts, is sched- Y WfBB'S !
seminars for parents and sota Piano Teachers the Island High Twelve uled for 2-5:30p.m.,Sunday 1
others interested in youth Associations Saturday and Club to be held at the Mar. 8. The exhibit i
work will be held at the Sunday were Kathy Boyd Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat will be held at the Parish
fellowship hall of the Cammy Fuller Janie noon, Thursday House of the Church of Island Pharmacy :
church at 7:30p.m., Tues- Scott and Melanie Wood- Feb. 27. The Annunciation and will 5904 Marina Drive
day. Mar. 3. Purpose of land. At the meeting of the be sponsored by the local King-sized Florida grown
the seminars is to bring Overflow audiences following week. March 5, Episcopal Churchwomen.A strawberry which meas- 778-1.411-HIt. 7782075j. 4
the parents together in an attended the concert at the E. Jay Becker of Bradenton similar attraction has ured nearly four inchesin D. WEBB. i i.-.cut
informative session which Sarasota Auditorium Sat- will be the speaker.He been held for the past six width. It was found in a _
should help them to understand urday evening and at the is associated with the years and has been pop- basket at the Anna Maria o 'GA TEHOPP.N'G
their young peo- Bradenton Auditorium State Treasurer's office ular with both residents IGA. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
ple better and to give Sunday evening. About 400 and will describe and explain and winter visitors.
guidance and encouragement students from both coun- what the State of Included in the exhibit feeling of spaciousnesshave '
to the parents.Dr. ties played in the concert Florida is doing in con- will paintings and allied been achieved in a
Herbert F. Boyd of under the direction of Paul nection with insurance crafts by both instructorsand comparatively small ar \: E N T E,R
Holmes Beach directorof Wolfe conductor of the plans for Senior Citizens. students a demon- ea. The Russells' plane is
the Manatee-Sarasota West Coast Symphony Or- The Island High Twelve stration of arranging of parked on the Holmes FREE DELIVERY
Guidance Center and chestra. Club is assisting the State artificial flowers; cera- Beach air strip within
Mrs. Leo Hershfield. director Local young people tak- Association of High mics; and two collections sight of their home; their REGISTERED
of the Bradenton ing part all are pupils of Twelve Clubs in sponsor- of hand-crafted dolls. boat Is kept at the far end
Youth Center will lead Mrs. Herbert Boyd of ing a new club now being Flower arrangements by of their carport the roof PHARMACISTSON
the discussion. Holmes Beach. organized in Bradenton, Bradenton florists will be of which forms a sun deck.
and a delegation has been donated and shown. Tea The boat may be put into DUTY
Kiwanis ActivitiesA VFW MeetingThe attending the new club's cookies and sandwicheswill the canal easily and quickly
check for $750 was Spring Round-up and meetings each week under be served throughoutthe from their own private AT ALL TIMES
presented to Happiness administrative meeting of the leadership of E.Delos afternoon.The ramp. Mr. Russell, an
House at the meeting of the VFW Department of Wetmore state president.A five Island homes ardent fisherman has TOASTMASTERautomatic
the Island Kiwanis Club on Florida will be held at the number of membersand which will make up the mounted "the second
Wednesday. Feb. 26.This department headquartersat their wives have sign- tour represent various fish" caught from his heater
contribution representedthe Ocala at 11:30 a.m., ed up to attend the first types of contemporary dock. It. along with a very
major portion of funds Saturday Feb. 29. annual meeting of the Association architecture, furnishingsand old painting signed by REG. $15.95 $14.95
received from the club's United States Senator to be held at the locations. another John Russell, REG.S24.98$22.95
sale of books at the beach Spessard L. Holland of Outrigger Inn in St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. John Russell grace the walls of the
pavilion throughout the Florida will be the guest Saturday March at present only paneled den. RIVIERA
year. speaker and CommanderPaul 7. All ten clubs in Florida weekend residents have Other homes on the tour
Mrs. Margaret Rhodes E. Kelly of Post 8199 will be represented, and built on the 58th Street will be those of Mr. and Elec. Slicing Knife
executive director of urges all members of the William F. Tierman canal what might be described Mrs. John P. Huth alsoon REG.
Happiness House was to local post to attend andto president of the High as a ''workable S8th Street: Mr. and $19.95 $18.95
be on hand to accept the meet Senator Holland. Twelve International is dollhousc." The plan its Mrs. Frank D. Smallcyof
check. Other guests wereto to speak. Another speaker furnishings and accessories Key Royale Drive; Mr. CHADWICK"qulcky"Immersion ]
be Col. and Mrs. MaxH. Card PartyA will be David as well as the and Mrs. A. L. Cenung of
Cooler and Mr. and card party sponsoredby District Deputy Grand full utilization of the location 73rd Street and Mr. and Heater
Mrs. Merrill M. Tritt. the Anna Maria Garden Master of the St. Peters- all depict the taste Mrs. Robert I 1\. Moses of clearance 1S8$
Col. Cooler is presidentof Club will be held at the burg Clearwater District.or and enthusiasms of young Tarpon Street Anna Ma-
the Manatee County Anna Maria Community moderns. Privacy and a ria. G E Pad
Hauling
Society for Crippled House at 1 p.m., Thursday may be purchased at &
Children and Adults and Mar. 5. Table and the door. Players are to "' <<< Mrs. Tritt is a memberof door prizes will be given take their own cards. CONTROLS$6 0,|'
WELCOME. Minh.. VI.lt.r.. t. ._* "..1.! M JmlaJ .h.?. 7
the society's board of and refreshments served. The Garden Club's 11th
AIRCONOITIONEO! DRYERS
directors and spends a Tickets at $1 each may Annual Flower Show will SAME BEAUTICIANS AND SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE. Landers 4-9
I full day working at Happiness be obtained from Mrs. C. be held Wednesday Mar. Op.n SI!_ O.y* A W..fc-Cv.nlnQ. By A.y.'lntmenl.CRCSCCNT cup)
House each week. P. Fletcher at 778-279O 18. PINE PH. 77*-23 II ANNA A'kJibaHt automatic coffeemaker

ANNA MARIA ELECTRICLlc.n..d REG. $10.88 $9.99UDICO | I
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4 TilE ISLANDER Thursday February 27. 1964

Clarence J. Battenfield of Key Royale. Mr. Ross'
All About ,.
People... .. brother-in-law and sister. Other recent guests of
'
Mr. and Mrs. Battenfield have been Mr. and Mrs
MERRIMAC ON THE GULP Mr. and Mrs.Larry Ring and son of D. A. MacNeil of Flossmoor Ill. *
Claremont. N. H..Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cox and Mrs. Gladys D. WHEATON COLLEGE ALUMNI GATHERINGSome
Munson of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. James F. Whalen Jr. of Kenmore -
N. Y. visiting Mr. Whalens motherMrs.James Whalen... members of the Class of 1924 of Wheaton
Dr. Clifton E. Mayfield of Philadelphia visiting his parents. Mr. College (Norton Mass.), held their annual Florida
and Mrs. Clifton E. Mayfield. who are spending the winter here. get-together last week at the home of Dr. and Mrs
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr.and Mr.H.W.Deckow: of Franklin 1
rati Raymond A. Green of Holmes Beach
Park. Dl...Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jackson of Arcanum Ohio... followed by
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Parker of Rock Island 111...Mr. and Mrs. luncheon at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club on Wash-
Jerome Vertheln of Madison. Wls... Dr. and Mrs.Leon D. Carsonof ington's Birthday. They completed plans for their
Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thoma of Carthage N. Y...Mr. 40th reunion at the college in June with Mrs. Greenas
and Mrs. Carl Ellison and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harrell of Big fiun.
Rapids. Mich.HALEY'S chairman; Miss Elizabeth Bristol secretary and
MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Whliten of Laconla. N. H. Mrs. Elmer W.Grenfell in charge of the class picture
...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harnett of Madison Wis...Mr. and Mrs. album. Those present were: Miss Elizabeth Bristolof
Gray Leinbach of Wlnston-Salem. N. C..Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Cohasset Mass. and Treasure Island; Mr.
Saunders of Marlon Ind..Mr.and Mrs.H.M.Lindsay of Clnclnn- and
ati...Mr. and Mrs. M. Pickle of Muskegon Mich...Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. J. Danforth Edwards of Warwick R. I. and St.
Carl Snyder. Don Snyder and Mla Either Harris of Bedford. Ohio Petersburg; Dr. and Mrs. Green; Mrs. Elmer w.!
...Mr. and Mrs. G. Newell of Sherman. Conn..Mr. and Mrs. MRS. EARL LLOYD of Bay Boulevard of Anna Maria with handsome Grenfell of Skowhegan Me. and St. Petersburg; Mr.
Michael Packatt of Upple Saddle River. J..Mr.and Mrs. Earl trophy she won in recent nationwide art competlon In New and Mrs. A. T. Grider of Bridle N. J. and Clear-
Cohee of Worthington Ohio. York City in which her oil painting "Southernsolltude" won first water Beach Dr. and Mrs. John S. Martin
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lundman of the ; of Medo-
prize. The contest Beauty Industry Art Exhibit was sponsored
and Donald of mak. Me. and Oklawaha Mr. and Mrs.
Minn..Mr. Mrs. E. Hosman Willis
Mound Muskegon by the Clalrol Co. and took place at the New York Statler Hilton ; Perryof
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. G. Schmidt of Milwaukee...Mr. and Mrs. Hotel. Feb. 9-12. and was limited to beauticians and persons St. Petersburg and Miss Olivia Robinson of Arlington -
John of .. and Gilbert La-
Munther Mich. Mr. Mrs.
Kalamazoo associated with the beauty industry. Mrs. Lloyd has been painting Mass. and Clearwater Beach.
Grande of North Muskegon Mich...Mr. and Mrs. M.Ruckstuhl of
about four years and is a student of Gene White. (lalander Photo)
Flemlngton. N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Sciratl of Lockport PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Miss Cora D. Posey
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rouch of Cincinnati. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neill of and Miss Helen Alexander of Port Huron Mich.
ROD fc REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mm. Emery Miller of Defiance. Lyons Ohio..Mr. and Mrs.Bert Shaffer of Mansfield.Ohio...Mr. GORRIE HOUSE: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Draper of Bedford
Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rhodes of IUcksvllle.Ohio...Mr.and and Mrs. Roy Fenwick of Mooseheart. Dl..Mr. and Mrs. Vic -
Mrs. Robert Gaus of Lan.lna.Mlch.. .Mr.and Mrs.Martin Mullerof Roealer of Batavia 111. Quebec.
Eaat Pembroke. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Russell Helssler and WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Slack of BURGESS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith of
family of Hlcksvllle Ohio...T. H. Holub of Ocala...Mr.and Mrs. Hampton. N. II. Rochester N. Y.
Ralph Aghe of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Done of Midlands CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Van Bergen of Weslaco. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAIG
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt of Bay City Mich... Texas...Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stell of Wolcott. N. Y..Mr. and RAMAGE of
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Gasklns of Atlanta...Robert Angell of Myers.N. Mra. Robert Knox of Michigan City. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Youngstown Ohio arrived here last week to spend the
Y..Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cleveland of Atlanta. Kenner of Champaign. Dl...Mr and Mrs. C. J. Polstra of Wlna- winter at their home on 78th Street Holmes Beach.
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Walter Follmer. mac Ind.DONA .
Marvin Keller Dick Smith and Hendrickaon of Hamilton Ohio DEI: Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Darrnstatter and Mr. and
...Mr. and Mrs.V.S.J.MlilardofOttaws. Ont...Mr. and Mrs. H. Mra. S. R. Easter of Passaic N. J.
Mezzone of Ardmore Pa..Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Alessi and family LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jenkins of Neosho
of Belleville J..Mr.. and Mrs. Mathew Hogan of Rochester Wis...Mr and Mrs. Ivan Hand of Lake George. N. Y...Mr and r
N. Y..Charlie Harter and party of IndlanapoU...Mr. and Mrs. Mra. J. Adama and Mr. and Mra. A. Carter of Toronto Ont...
Roger Bussdecker of Dayton. Ohio...Mr.. M.A.English and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kyde of Loveland Ohio...Mrs.Carolyn Addeof k
James H. shell of Chevy Chase Md. ..Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holt- Portland. Me...Nydlne M. Michaud of Bangor. Me...Mary E.
hou.e.of. Willard. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vander Veen of Ramsdell of Lewiston Me...Agnes Carmler of Rumford. Me... '
Grand Rapids Mich...Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thompson of Mr. and Mrs Dennis Lelneke of Montrose Mich...Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Estervllle. Iowa...Rev. and Mrs. John H. Steenwyk of Muakegon. W. Boswell and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vaughn of Champaign. Ill...
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hansen of Quaker Hill.Conn and two Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miler of Westervllle. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. ;
grandchildren. Richard and Margaret Hansen. Waldemar Carlson of Chicago...Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Leanhart of
CABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. William Potter and daughter Louisville Ky...Earl Jacobs of Louisville Ky..Mr. and Mrs. .
Judy of Montague. Mich...Miss Patricia Gaba of Lyons 111., Clarence Sandlln Jr. of Hamilton Ohio. t
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cabs for the winter. SILK OAK APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Malkerson ofMlnneapoU.
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Norman of Decatur. Ala. ....Mr and Mra. Norman Smith of Mullett Lake Mich.
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grelaer Sterling. 111... ...Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bruhl and children of Peeksklll N. Y.. r-
Mr. and Mrs. George Bllleaux of Rock Falls, 111..Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. Drum's parents Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bruhl Sr. of
Howard llussey of Harmon. 111...Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Folk of Cocoanut Avenue Anna Maria. "'
Massapequa N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. L. A.CUngmanof Farmlngton CAPRI DEACII APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.Simon Hersh Mr.
Mich...George Cihla of Rhlnelander. Wis. and Mrs. Henry Lampl and Mr. and Mra. Dan Cross all of Yonkers MINNIE pet boxer of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pierce and
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Emmor Baker of N. Y. for the sixth winter here. family of Marina Drive with seven surviving blessed
Clayton. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Barrington Rose and Wilson Booth- BAY BREEZE COURT Mr. and Mrs.Donald A.Ross of Lanalng.
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February 27. 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page SDoWIia
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Betty Phillips 3v POWER SQUADRON DESOTO ISLAND DAY .
Dorothy Clark 372 (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1)
Jens P. Jensen of Bradenton will The Boat-a-Cade will be handled b)
HIGH GAMES(MEN) formally Join the elite group of stargazers the Anna Maria Island Power Squadron "' '
Leagye3 Byron Arkebauer 234 that evening being certified and It Is anticipated that more than 2OC :. 4'" :
Byron Arkebauer 227 by National Headquarter aa a Navigator boat will be in the"cade."not only tc
Lloyd Hanson 223 the highest grade offered by the make the event more glamorous but
Lloyd Hanson 214 United State Power Squadron Chuck to compete for the numerous trophiesand
Bob Guild 214 Ansel. Ed Hauber and Gerry Scherr.r cash awards. All boat owners on
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE Bob Guild 211 also will be formally welcomed Into the Island are urged to participate.
. Bayou Marina. the first place teamIn Roy Phillips 201 the top grade aa Navigator having Classification are First. Second
the Island Mixed League won three Bill Gibson 199 already been certified aa such. and Third Prize Trophies will be
point In Its match with Dick Wagner Ed Haverkos 198 Walter S. Hoyt and Bruce A.Russell awarded In the following classes, as
Haverko 193 both of Bay shore Gardens, and both well as a
Realty Friday evening. High core.Inthe Ed grand prize trophy and to
I
match were Ed Haverkos.198-339. holding the grade Navigator will be each winner of first place goes cash
and Bud Hoffman 167. Peg Hoffman HIGH SERIES (MEN) awarded life membership, representing award of $23. I
Other scores were: In s match postponed Byron Arkebauer 636 25 year. each of continuous Cla._. will bet Best dressed: out
from the previous week. Con- Lloyd Hanson 628 membership in the US PS. Senior board boat of 25 HP and under Beat
nlck's TV Service took three point Bob Guild 387 memberships. representing five dressed outboard boat over 23 HP:
from Island Marine Supply. (Dick Bill Gibson 336 years continuous service, will be Best dressed cruiser and the best
Connlck. 211- 60. BW Gibson. 19O. Ed Haverkos 339 awarded to George Athorne. John dressed Inboard runabout.In addition,
Roy Phillip. 340). Dick Connick 312 Benson Ed Huth. Art Johnson. Bill there will be a grand prize trophy,and
Connlck's T V Servlc 4. Schuchard Roy Phillips SOS Slevers. Cooler and Wulchet. an additional $23 a ward to the overall -
Plumbing 0. (Dick Connlck. 193-312 Frank Davidson 5O3 The squadron's Boat-a-Cade committee best decorated craft. *
Bob Guild 214-387). Dave Boozer 3O3 which has been working with Trophies also will be presented lot st
Bay Area Insurance 3.Island Marine Bob Relnel 495 members of the DeSoto Island Day The best costumed crew.; the oldest
.
Supply 1. (Dave Boozer.18 I.Roy Ferguson Committee will report the plans and captain the youngest captain;the most .
181-303 Roy Phillip. 201. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEDick prizes for the parade of boats on antique craft and the participant who
Bill Gibson. 336). Wagner Realty Sand Bar Island Day. Saturday Mar. 14. traveled furthest to join In the event.In .
B K Hardware 3.leland Pharmacy Lay-Z-Llv-N Island Pharmacy All members of the squadron. are addition to all the above De Soto
1. (Lloyd Hanson. 223-628 Frank Bay Area Ina. A.N.City Pier urged to attend the dinner and meeting. himself accompanied by his Queen
Davidson. 193-SO3). Linen Rental Schuchard Plumbing will be a part of Island Day and It la
Anna Marla City Pier 3.Linen Rental Connlck's TV B ft K Hardware TOP TEN GAMES expected that the local marinas will be A few of the trophies to be awarded to winners of the
Service 1. (Glenn Safford. 176-474 Bayou Marina Island Marine Supply Art Schumaker 265 offering other award., as will other Boat-a-Cade on Island Day. which will be celebratedon
1' -476) N t Moore 226 merchants and tackle
Chick Chapman. > Dlnty dealers
Sand Bar 3. Lay-Z-Uv-N Motel 1. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUEIn John Holmes 226 Island Day Saturday, March 141 the Island on Saturday. March 14. (Photo by Pete
(Byron Arkebauer. 234-636 Bob Island Bowling League action George Dykatra 209 Greer)
Relnel. 188-493). Monday evening the VanOstenbrldge Jim Wulchet 2OS EDWARD MORGAN BARRADALE. .
Builders team bung onto Its first Kayo Kedlng 204 (Continued from Page 1)
LEAGUE STANDINGS place lead by winning three pointsfrom Aaron VanOstenbrldge 2O4 was a former mayor of South Orange
Bayou Marina 64.3 Tropical Vista. High scores George Dykatra 201 and was a member of the Old Guard ,-' .
Linen Rental Service 37.3 were George Dykstra. 2O9-380. and Art Schumaker 197 Summit N. J.
.
Anna Maria City Pier 33.3 Bob Guild 196. Tom Edwards 538. Survivors are* His wife. Mrs.. AliceT.
Island Pharmacy 33 Other scores were* Bayou Marina 4. TOP TEN SERIESArt Barradale. Holmes Beach twodaughtera. i.s i.
Schuchard Plumbing 32 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 0. (Hank Schumaker 631 Mr. Byron (Juliette)
Bay Area Insurance 32 Barber. 189. George Wagner 3O3; John Holmes 384 Wheeler of South Orange and Mrs.
B 81 K Hardware 49.5 Frank Smalley. 176-3O3) George Dykatra S8O William (Alice) Schaff of Denver a s
Sand Bar 47.3 Gray's Econowash 4. Bay Area Insurance Dlnty Moore 547 son. Stewart D. Barradale of Seattle 1
Dick Wagner Realty 47 O. (Byron Arkebauer. 186323 Kayo Ending 339 and 11 grandchildren.Funeral .
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 42 ; Mace Hinkle 186-SOI. Tom Edwards 338 servlcee were held at Crtf-
Connlck's TV Service 42 Roeer Men's Club 4. Anna Maria Bob Guild 334 flth.Cltne Island Chapel Wednesday
Island Marine Supply 39.5 Electric O. (Dick Wiggins. 184-314; Byron Arkebauer 323 afternoon with the Rev. Richard K.
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Roy Ferguson 183-SO2). Hugh Holmes 323 Wiggins pastor of Roaer Memorial
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) City Pier Beachcombers 4. Schu- Andy Rasmussen 317 Community Church officiating.Burial 1 1i
.
Kay Ferguson 170 chard Plumbing O. (Art Schumaker. la to be In Springfield N. J. 1t
.
Dot 169 TEN LOW GAMES
Bower 263-631 Steve Alex. 181. George
Roeelyn Haverkos 168 Thlbodeau. 181-314)) Walt Sparks 90 DON BELL 67. of Pines Trailer
Louise Flanagan 166 The ISLANDER 2. Island Marine Wally Warner 112 Park. Bradenton Beach died at local i
Peg Hottman 166 Supply 2. (Kayo Kedlng.2O4-339 John Frank Mokry 112 hospital Saturday Feb. 22. Horn In
Jo Safford 138 Holmes 226-384). George Wagner 116 Oberlin. Ohio he had been a winter
Peg Hottman 138 Harvey Meyer 121 visitor to the laland for 13 years from
Doc Bower 157 LEAGUE STANDINGS Aaron VanOetenbrldge 123 liellevlew. Ohio. He was a veteran of
Kay Ferguson 154 VanOstenbrldge Builders 62 Elmer Twist 124 World War I. and was an attorney.
Betty Schmidt 151 leland Marine Supply 60.5 Earl Mowry 124 Survivors are his wife Mrs. Fannie '
Bayou Marina. 38.3 C. RandaU 123 Mae Bell of Bradenton Beach two 1 Mm. William I. Thompson
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Roser Men's Club 52.3 Dave Boozer 123 daughters. Mrs. Charles Wayne of
Doc Bower 469 Tropical Vista 3O.3 Havelock. N. C.a",1 Mr*.Clyde Bolton' of Crescent Drive Anna
Kay Ferguson 450 Gray's Econowash 3O NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE of Mountain View Calif.; two sons. Vcrn Conn of Owoaao. Maria with Hhecptihcnd
Peg Hottman 446 Bay Area Insurance 47 Bay Area Insurance Tropical VUtaVanOstenbrldge Richard C. 1111 of Georgetown Col.
Roeelyn Haverkos 4OS The ISLANDER 46 Island Marine Sup. and Norman H. Stewart of Cbul_.. Mich. with six pound. Mix she caught last week at the
Lu Meyer. 403 Anna Maria Electric 46 Bayou Marina A. M. Electric and a sister Mrs W. T. Tlllo son of ounce Mhecpshcad caught nod & Heel Pier.
Jo Stafford 387 Schuchard Plumbing 45.5 Roeer Men's' Club Schuchard Plumb.C. Pueblo. Col. weighed
June Connlck 384 City Pier Beachcombers 45 .P.B'combers The ISLANDER Services and Interment to be InIVtllevtew. Saturday at the Rod & Keel of the two fish
Betty Schmidt 383 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 36.5 Econowash Pete R.ynard".It.at. ()hlo. Pier. (Islander Photo) more than nix pounds.

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,- 6 THE_ISLANDER Thursday February 27, 1964

CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Roser Founders' Day Sunday

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING a.
BERNARD MISSION Tbe Planning Zoning and Review Founders Day will be observed at the Roser Mem-
board of the City of Anna Maria .
Founders'Day r0.
orial Church Sunday Mar. 1.
(Roman Catholic) Florida will bold a Public Hearing Community
R... Francis F. W.lsmlll.rMASS at 3 p.m..Wedne.day.Marcb 11.1964.at Is an annual observance at the Roser Church
: too City orrics, to boar a request which gives emphasis to the historic setting in which
from Mrs. Lola M. Hackney to rezone
SUNDAYS: 8. 9:15 & 10:30 Lou 28 Si 30. Block 2. Anna Maria the church was founded. The original church structure -

WEEKDAYS: 8 am Beach Subdivision from R-2 to Commercial which forms the main part of the sanctuary
and a reque.t from Dewey P.
HOLY DAYS: 8 am Adams to rezone Lot 27. Block 2. today was erected in 1913 by John Roser one of the
6 pm Anna Maria Beach Subdivision from Island's early developers in memory of his wife
R-2 to Commercial. i
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Earle Cromer. Chairman Caroline.The .
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm ELECTION NOTICE church sanctuary erected by Mr. Roser was
Notice Is bereby given that an used for many years as a "preaching station," with

Harvey ......01'101 CJ.urchHon.D..OfII'natlona March election 10.WiU 1964.bo rrom held 7OO on Tuesday.A.M. to visiting ministers serving as pastors. In was in 1937 .--'.-______. ....<. .- .
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( l I I) 7iOO P.M. at the City Office In Holmes that the church was formally constituted as a "non- ,- .
Beach Florida for the of
Bredenton. A. W.BeeehHer. Sluice electing a Mayor two (2)purpose Aldermenfor denominational" church, and became in reality a Home at 2707 Avenue C, Holmes Beach recently
terms of two years,one CI)Alderman community church. It is not officially related to any purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus J. Messimer of
for a term of
SUNDAY one a City
year
: School. Clerk, and a City Marshal. Rec latra- denomination but seeks to serve people of all Marblehead Ohio from Mrs. Clara Weber. Trans-
9:15 a.m. Sunday tlon books will be open until 1OOPJU.. denominational backgrounds. The church does have action was negotiated by Dick Wagner Realtor of
Church Service. March 6. 19 4. Candidates for office
10:30 a.m.
must file with the City Clerk prior to affiliations with the Florida Fellowship of Community Bradenton Beach.

Christ.. Sclomce Service 1 o'clock P.M..Tuesday February 15. Churches and the Council of Community Churches

A. M. Community' H..... 1964. Pauline H. Archer. City. Clerk and gives support to the Florida Council of Churches :i:

SUNDAY: 2-13. 20 II 27. '64 and the National Council of Churches. It also gives

9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN UNCLASSIFIEDadvance support to all Church groups on the local level suchas iL

SCIENCE SERVICE. payment required United Church Women Chain of Missionary Assemblies ,
and Ministerial Association.The .
Gloria Dot Evongollcal 8 I llne I "-minimum-60 I Founders Day program will include "Dinner- : _
Church '
Luthocan LOTS>> FOR SALCj Cull root;S10.- on-the-Grounds" (indoor settings will be arrangedin _
... ..... 000 77th St.
R L M. Ul Paster << Canal S4.OOO; 73th St.
SUNDAY: Canal. J3.SOO; 73rd St.<< 3000.JOHN event of Inclement weather), beginning at 1 p.m.
D. PROTHERO. Reg. Real E.ur.Drolr.r. The church will furnish the meat rolls beverageand 1
9:15 am Church School. 1 116-Slat n
Street. 778-2$$"
table service. Each family is asked to take a
HbU'ilJL..: .
10:30 am The Service. >feHUSUl Sofa oea. )I3up ;
overstuffed chairs.11O up.Everything covered dish.A :
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal. for the rental.Patten Furniture -
1315 Cortex Rd. W. Block west of 1 4th "Service of Memory" will begin at 2 p.m., at
WEDNESDAY: Street. phone 747-1376.. which time special remembrance will be given for all

7:30 pm Midweek Lenten Lot.FOR 100 SALE x 1OO.* By Owner Concrete canai Sea Front Wall. members and friends who have died during the year. NEW HOME on Spring Avenue, Anna Maria, of Mr.

Services. City Water and Artesian Well. Paved Memorial gifts will be presented and dedicated during and Mrs. Philip Hauensteln. Ralph Parrish of Parrish
Street. Fine location In Holmes Beach. this service. Anna Maria handled the purchase of the site
L.n.Lout I.I.ed. Cno*>el' pllcaNE 77I-1O., Realty, ,
(......O"t......) FIRE EJUlngulsher Sales Service. Charles D. Jordan chairman of the congregation for the home. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
SUNDAY: Frank Beard.' B*ton Peach. "8-1431. will lead the annual meeting which will begin at 2:30.
FOR SALEMM -rt.-ww. Trailed a/d
9:00 am Worship Service. Cabana. See at 727-7th St.Gulf Park. Annual reports will be presented and officers will be

11:00 am Worship Service. o al r st 771005OPEN STORAGE elected and other business transacted.The .
WET BOAT a.aur'7T..tS -
'able at ONLY 17.SO the stewardship response to the new church year
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH BAYOU MARINA. INC ; .. beginning Mar. I. will be dedicated at the 9 and 11:15
A... L.. nelllff. Peeler Aens Marta. Call "
THURSDAY: FOR SALE ..ater 1-2U3i-n. wltn Worship Services under the direction of the Rev.
Income. Centrally located Holmes Richard K. Wiggins pastor. The response in the formof
7:00 pm Revival Service. Beach. Shown by appointment only.
Founders will
I pledges and Day Offering give
FRIDAY Call_ Owner at 775-1 1642.fUH .
: SALE Good Fireplace WOUJ3T support to the church budget of $31,573. asrr
7:00: pm Revival Service. Call KEN FELLOWS 778-2894. after .
8:30: pm Deacons Meeting. IrJO: ft.m.
W ANTED! Recreational Director cm Library AuctionAn Roser GuildA
SUNDAY: Yearly Basts for Anna Maria Island
8:45 am Sunday School. Youth Center flours and Salary Open.Reply auction and sale for regular monthly lun- ,
by letter to Box J 75.. Holmes the benefit of the Longboat cheon meeting of Roser
10:00 am Worship Service. Beach stating experience and quallHUNTERSi -
5:30 pm Concord Choir. "ilk i .aAJN Library will be held at the Guild will be held at the I
GULP FRONT Longboat Key Firehouseon church at 1
Tuesday
Service. LOTS p.m.
6:30 pm Worship FOR SALE. Write Box 7. Bra-
dynton PfpCft- Saturday Mar. 10. The Mar. 10, with all men invited Recently completed home at 610 Key Royale Drive
MONDAY
: FOR SALE* At end of Chllson A.... sale will begin at 10 a.m. to attend. Donation Key Royale now occupied by new owners Mr. and

9:00 am WMU Ex. Meet. Anna/ 202 M.rla--B..nd ft. Seawalled New Canal Homo Frontage.on Lotw with the auction at 1:30 $1.25 each. A book reviewby Mrs. Robert S. Feeley of Carmel N. Y. Home was

10:00 am WMU Gen. Meet. Three Largo Bedrooms two tiled p.m. by Auctioneer Jack Mrs. G. Edmonson ofradenton. built by Kennell Construction Co. of Sarasota, and

TUESDAY: baths a. OverSized Intercom Air.,Conditioners ac_. C.nual.lo.t 10x24 Oberle. A wide variety of sale was handled by Key Royale Homes Inc.

9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle. Screened Porch Terrazzo Floors articles will be offered: .
7:00 pm Church Choir. thrwoutj Completely Ineulaiedj Connection used books shcllcraft
for washer A Dryer. YourTerms. ,
WEDNESDAY: Call "77S-2723. Write Ken and home baked foods. IL
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. Tout. Holmes tlcach.
FOR an
SALCi Boat CSfAvenue.
WMU in Charge. Anna Maria Slide, with Seawall and BUILDER OF HOMES
7:00 pm RA. GA. Sun- ptltn.. Call 747-7774. Motive sultobleor/ Island LflRCHfnOflT D DEVELOPmEnT[ COflPOflflTIOflPresents
lUdrooni
FOIL SALKi Sett SoclionaT climate) and conditions.
beami.THURSDAY. Sof at End Tablf" a. Phone 778-}1 87 Remodeling Addition &
: (Mar. :5)>>) ALTERATIONS on all kinds o/Clotn- Repair Trustworthy
Ing. Also Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs.TENANCBl 7k 719.
7:30 pm Sarah Parker Clr. estimates given.
PMR A Y Pf1t\ 14T MAIN. NORMAN ROSEDALE "

Re.or Me...,..l ChurchNonDoneialnotlonol MOWING TRIMMING Anna Maria 778-1410 -
RDCtNG. FLOORS CLEANED POL-
( ) 1SIIKD. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. ,
..... moker. K. Vle Ue PROMPT EFFICIENT SHRVICE.plue Shell Fuel Oil
Peeler REASONABLE _A TES-R..r__.
KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894 Tla.P. .
THURSDAY: ftf.?* neb.Sea II. P. PHONE 743-0691
;3:15>> pm Cherub Choir. LSLA NDCR PiOTOSi Asa eervke to
our readers, we can furnish S.7 Inch DELIVERY ON ISLAND .
6:30 pm Junior Choir. enlarg.memsofany picture appearing .
7:30 pm Senior Choir. In The ISLANDER lor only tl.JSeach. EVERY FRIDAY
Can 77f-2ftr or stop .[the office .r '
SUNDAY: Founder's Day.

9:00 am Worship Service. Please Place Order
READ
10:00 am Sunday School. aZ

10:15>> am Lenten Lecture. THE ISLANDER by 5p.m. Thursday

11:15 am Worship Service.

1:00 Dlnner-on-the-
pm
GULF DRIVE

2:00 Grounds.pm Service of Memory 9tVe ea<< ,,,. }+e ..--. CO.OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS

2:30 }>m Annual. Meeting. alYrrlafr --. I .,INI.N Nit a -... -.a M nt talIIIIIIII

7:00 pm Senior & Intermediate HOLMES BEACH

Youth Fellowship 9tVe ANNA MARIA l ISLAND

MONDAY:

9:30 am Deaconess Ml. at

Mrs. Ttch nor'l.

7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7.
TUESDAY MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

9:30.am. Group U at Mrs.

M. J. lie 11's.

10:00 am. Group 1 at Mrs.E. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

V. Chandler's.

12:30 pm Men's Club CarryIn ASK FOR THE 100% CO-OPERATIVE PLAN

Luncheon.

6:30 pm Couple's Club. IIIUI FEATURING
-
7:30 pm Seminar Program.

WEDNESDAY acct A 1 .4>> lost *..***... Cwll *.-*. Sl.wt .eJ.w e D..i.*r* .. A.racetr.l w_ AM Cleetrte K.et

7:30 pm Church Council Mt. ._)- -.ter. fASTtUttZIOVHAAUN OMIUC Mtl / 0Tw'e.__ Apet.ets Co.e; L't:.:.N.1 P : t-w.-:: : .. C-t1 Au ......_..fOflis..l5eee..d

n..le**... *. re.... ....... Addi11s1, se--.. '-... s.-.
Cltlrrch .f TV ...****.......
C E,.. .....) l._.. ....... ca_.. [=..A A.......... .... T1... 0......... Ts..eso. Flews T1r.l wea.w/

..... OorsU K. a.-. Poet.. '--.. ...... ..... 3..1 ....-.. A&'I TV A......
Pool CIty ..... "..I. t C-u.wl TV ......
THURSDAY: od Tel.tw- 0.
.... s.-5e5y.....
O.leide A.- PI
0:00 .am Holy Eucharist. real W__. .. R1.W....
..tl-eo-..ll C..tas1 a. lased. C.+.1o1. Fib..sle. a..t. 5.
THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT: ri.. > .... I5./'ell___Ota.d.d:.a.1m4 u.we&.a R..d ..D..Me-.

&00 am Holy Eucharist

10:30 am Family Eucharist A
BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor
Sermon. Church School.

I WEDNESDAY! Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable

7:00 am Holy Eucharist.

"7:30 pm Evensong .* Ned Sales Representative Phone 778161.Paste .





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SLAND REAL ESTATE I Iaterfront




Home INCOME UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS

INSURANCE COMPANY
IDEAL SET-UP for PROPERTYTHREE SIIK. 1197

fly family.Lovely 3-BR Ptt. 3-BATH home. Den EFFICIENCY
.
at easily could be a 4th APARTMENTS Plus 52* IZtfc St. W.tt IRADENTON. FLA. Pit..*. 741.4541
,f |R. SPACIOUS SWIM- Extra Lot Zoned for a
WAGNER
ING POOL. Seawalled Duplex, Located on
I ot with covered boat Gulf Drive near the -LOTS--
use. MANY OTHER Beach.

EATURES YOU WILL WATER VIEW 90x100 $2,500
$12,750George -
OVE. This Is one ofe REALTOR
best buys we have CANAL FRONT $4.000 .
-----
er listed. Let us show Wagner
BAY FRONT $5,000
YOU, ------ r

ill Ralph Parrishor REALTYIsland SEAWALLS PAVED STREETS rf

Peggy'.'Moore. Shopping Center WATER & ELECTRICITY INSTALLED

'orrisii PHONE 778-2444 - -
Realty Or WRITE BOX 1012 We Also Have Some
P.O.Plaza Anna Maria ANNA MARIA
C...t:.W.gnr. R*.. Br.kt Excellent Buys In
778.1902 778-2121 All..n Pik. A..oe.t.iToSeeThiT .

Desirable Homes



Jack Holmes, Realtor _

Illness of owner forces 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 TiT -+
.....-.I
-- -- -- -
drastic reduction in price of home
TWO BEDROOM HOME FREE WIDOW MUST SELL Well-Kcpt Duplex Apartmenm
from $32,000 to $26,500 Furnished. Hat separate garage. 75 x 100 Lot.
PRICE $9.0OO--$2.5X Down balance $hy .1 month.
the features offered in this home Located near the Beach in Holmes Beach.
Among many Taxes $SO a year--Clone to the !Heuch.
Open fireplace in large living room. Two nice
are: 22 x 25 Living Room and Dining Area;
12 x28 Florida Room; Bedrooms II x 15 and porches. Air conditioning garage laundry.
and 7x22 Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over
12x18; a 10x22 Screened Porch -, ,
Utility Room; Ceramic-Tiled Kitchen; Gas- $2OOO gross rent, which pays all expenses \
Central Air and more. Total price of property 26500.
Fired Central Heat; Conditioning; .
Many Large Closets; Two-car Garage; plus JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
and washer-
carpets drapes refrigerator
dryer. Beautifully Landscaped Canalfront REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES a. RENTALS

100-ft. Lot In Holmes Beach.SEE THIS NOW' 116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

Shown by Appointment Only

Th?' '% FOR SALE BAYSIDE ,---..f
* * -
JJJIJro/,
.;; _
MAHAR Real Estate THE VIEW OF WHICH YOU DREAM can be
' YOURS IN REALITY' 100 feet facing Tampa
4 RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER Bay and more than 100 feet deep on a ea-
walled lot. UNDER IJ.OOO--wUh term TWIN DUPLEX APAKTMKNTSi Bach apartment hap
)502 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA bedroom with twin or double bed; full tiled bath;

This Well-Loved Carefully-Tended Single- all-electric kitchen; living room with dining area
-
Owner Home in excellent condition. Lake central heating and air conditioning. All FurnlHhcd.
view and with all the extras that can be PRICE: $2B.3OO: --Good Financing Available.
Just found in a house that's really a home! On a
r Completed
large landscaped lot. (EXCLUSIVE LISTING)


GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR i

2 NEW MODELS NOW OPEN COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY. B.SOI.77..2U6ANNA .

FOR YOURINSPECTION MARIA. FLORIDA


I

$20,360 comp 1.t.





JACK HOLMES, Realtor I
TWO 2-Bcdroom. Completely I'urnlahed flumes
Only 100 feet from the Beach.! Good Rental Record.
Our New Office 6101 Marina Dr. Oil Heating. Ample Room for (!span.Ion. Price
ONLY S29.OOO for all, or SI .OOO for each homel!
Y '

JACK'S lEACH IARGAINS .

:
ANNA MARIA I

A crackerjack modern 2-Dcdroom Cottage
with glaased Florida Room. Lovely large lot I
with plenty of nice ahrubbery and variety( .
fruit. Cut to ONLY 513,5001 1 features included:

HOLMES BEACH 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS, GARAGE
A real bargain! Owner muat leave and offer Tremendous view over water
year-old home. Two Bedrooms, Two Bath,
Modern Attractive and fully furnished on 93 feet of seawall

large corner loc close to beaeh.Juat$13,500.BRADENTON excellent fishing .....

BEACH central heat & air conditioning

TIKI VRKN--A 12-Scool |""'r..nd packago: Good
NORTH of Cortez Bridge: Nicely Furnished 1565 sq. feet living area 5 2-BR Home. Just Completely FINISHED. lawn & landscaping tooREGISTERED Center on 1 4th Street. Thus U a ONE FAMILY
Looks like NHW--Juat Across the Road from operation-Widow Mu tSell-$16.0OOt $2O.OOOcaah
Gulf. Price Cut to SIO.3SO--On Easy Terms' required. Total Price $33.3OO, plum inventory. ThU
nets better than 33 percent on investment. For an
NORTH d Cortex Bridge: A good2-Bedroom --- ---- -.
.venlna app jlniment. Call me at 778-l- o-4.
refurnished concrete block home in generally t 1-r.l..r '-Y 1
w_ a. L. C-.. -,.
for
good condition. The beat buy you ever aaw
ONLY $7,650--Terms Can Be Arranged iI2. o+ s... II.p0 See" '" REALTOR
_
r.N.-' a..c"-.
JACK MARSHALL Rector BROKER 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

_M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria CALL 778-1917 778-2663 or eve. 7781464ursday.



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday February 27. 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING._ CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I
---
Don't Be A Litterbug See our new showroom full of \\1\/ v"\ \It/.' I I U
ONCEAYEARa e.
liDSIAav< cuss BEAUTIFUL
WE RE.'TfOU.NG ,
DIAFCXSUNENS JEWELRY 1 1/2 PRICE
HIGH CHAIRS *SUNBATNINC COTS FURNITUREAn -
-
Rental Service STROLLERS 77S-1472 B1AMXITSLinen outstanding selection of quality STRAW HATS & BAGS

214-54th St. Holmes Beach items for every room in the house. CHILDREN'S GIFT CLOTHING i/
broken sizes /2 pr-.c.
f Call 778-2012 Complete Drapery and Decorating Service
MANY SURPRISE ITEMS!
Island furniture
: Center
IftJi R. C SCHUCHARD ALL SALES FINAL

in) PLUMBING CONTRACTOR CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE _' Free Gift & Mail Wrap
:::' rtdd4r
5304 HOLMES BOULEVARD, HOLMES BEACH Lending Library
-S(>(-- It .W Jelul DwtK ....
PLUMBING FIXTURES, SUP PLIES,PUMPS, REPAIRS = '\ ,,'c 71__.:.:' -d..J,-,

Huffinc's Standard Service
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M. SPECTATOR & ACTIVES
A EVERY DAY
CALL 778-1771 I' & ',
night 778-1440 ISLAND "

Anna Maria Island's Only SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 CAPRI PANTS (;)
KNEE PANTSBERMUDAS Ij-
LICENSED DEALERBuick shoe Lfl J :
Rambler- repairpickup
Dodge-Dodge Dart-Plymouth Ii% SWIM SUITS

i PORTABLESTEREO stationAT ljSHORT SETS

O TN THE SAME TIME DO YOUR '\\ JAMAICASBLOUSES
!
Laundry p Dry Cleaningfinished SKIRTS
6
Qt professionalor
I portcbl New styl c_birv.tin -or- :
ii compact tnet (1' ea141o1ca
luggage de.lsn coin operated coin operated
Paddle & Saddle

Remember COLOR TV atHOLMES :2eteee (3a4aat4

Demonstration Available BEACH b1.: 'teupee
/: Phon.
1 ,, t l _,
ISLAND -
TV 778-1703 :;' 778-1161

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. coin laundry r' r Layaway Plan

i.cs us n 4.r rna.y{Won+tn
Hobbies-Repairing Whatever

I WE HAVE ?ltak oe'J OtiNe .: WARM WEATHER WEARNEW
PLYVVOOD WALL; HANGINGS
SHIFTS-Just ReceivedPocketsButton
ALL SIZES 5 SHAPES or WE WILL With PAINT by NUMBERSand or Zipper-S-M-L-XL-$2.98 to-$5.98

CUT TO_ FIT YOUR NEEDS MOSAIC STONE PLAQUES SHORTS-New Styles-men's & women's
$2.98 to $4.98
FREE DELIVERY P Shirts-Blouses-Beach Coats & Towels

Holmes leach Supplies Inc. ii 778-1020 Child rens OutfitsTerryCottonDacronISLAND
*
778-1131 Ati o ..u VARIETY"STORE"778I02IPAINT

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachPROGRESS -- -


I '7 ?1tjff- SALE

; ---
'---T ON
No community can continue to grow and prosper

j without assurance that it will have on adequate -- tl* ?*- DISCONTINUED COLORS

supply of fresh,pure water.That is our responsibilityon
TONE &
KEM: -
in
Anna Maria Island- to make certain that our
KEM GLO
customers of today,and those of tomorrow have on

unending source of water at the I lowest possible cost for your I : .

HOSPITAL 113 OFF
'
Manatee County Water MEDICALSURGICAL
Company n.ds 1N'E DELIVER 778-2811
.,
'r (IMCOtfOftATtD )
OPEN TIL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS I IAUTMOaurD

? 778-2022 ( ( g
Bag .. lea I Rsu ra nee

1 778-1697 778-1548 : COAST&.CCOOCTIC CMACT ACCMCTPaRe I



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