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: March 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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No. 644 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 1964 TEN CENTS

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I Island Day To Open De Soto: Celebration I I





An Anna Maria Island Fiesta. Saturday. Mar. 1". will open

Power SquadronNew officially the 1964 De Soto Celebration according to a recent

announcement by John E. Holmes Jr.. chairman for the Island
officers for 1964 were -
... Day events. Highlights of the day will Include a major water
week's
elected at last annual - r
.. ski World a boat-a-
meeting and dinner of the Anna show featuring Champion Billy Spencer;
cade and regatta and ceremonies formally opening the recently
Maria Island Power Squadron.
District Commander George : completed beach pavilion at the south end of the Island. As an

officials of the of Bradenton Beach have
extra event City
Meyers of Sarasota installedthe _
new officers: Custis L. ix planned a parade-motorcade which will start at Bridge Streetat
3 p.m..and will go from thereto the south end accompanying
Guttenberger commander;
Hernando DeSoto himself and
ri"y ,
F. David Boozer lieutenant
his Queen. Members of theSherlrs Widening Of 789
commander; George C.Scher-
Mounted Posse will
rer, first lieutenant; Howard Widening of State Road 789
line the motorcade and
Ganzemiller. secretary; Rob- help up almost the entire length of the
.. .. '' ' '' '- will become of the
'' ' ,
ert R. Moses treasurer and ' "" t' .;.: part pro- Island Is one of eight second-
'
Col. Max H. Cooler James I. : J"J;,;:l... :- !!.-' :; ._ ;x:.,.;,, ",'''.'::,:; . '''-II1 _: . ; cession. Dick Rose parade ary road projects that were
marshal has extended the Invitation
-
Wuichet and Burton Rivers scheduled to be submitted to
of Bradenton Beach
members of the executive the State Road Department at
Meunler. to all
Mayor Henry
committee. the SRD budget hearing In Bar-
residents of the city and the
tow on Wednesday.
Confirmation ServiceThe Island to take part In the
Commissioners
County were
NEW LOOK IN FIRE STATIONS. remodeled fire parade in their cars.
Recently
Right Rev. James L. to request the SRD to budget all
Duncan Suffragan Bishop of house of the Anna Maria Volunteer Fire Department on Gulf Members of the Bradenton of Manatee County's 1964-65

South Florida will visit the Drive with new overhead door on equipment storage garageto Beach City Council will serveas secondary road funds for rightof

Episcopal Church of The An- allow a quicker start after the siren blows. (Islander Photo) a welcoming committee to way acquisition.The .
De Soto and his
Queen
nunciation. Sunday. Mar. 15, greet eight road projects have
and the will be one of
and will administer the Sacra- Holmes Be icti Election mayor been adopted as the county* the judges for the bo u-a-cade.
ment of Holy Confirmation and primary list, with the widen-
A total of 365 Holmes Beach voters turned out Tuesdayto Members of the Island Power
will preach the sermon at a ing of the Island highway as
elect a new mayor and three aldermen and to reelect Squadron will amitst In hand-
special service at 4 p.m. The eighth on the list.
Rector of the church the Rev. City Clerk Mrs. Pauline Archer and City Marshal LeonF. ling water traffic during the According to Bruce Cox.
which will
Boat-a-Cadc. startat
Gerald K. Lowe will present Stafford. deputy clerk tho project was
13 candidates to be confirmed.A Elmer G. Twist was elected to a one-year term as 1 p.m.. from the two flahlng originally to extend from 13th

reception In the Parish mayor with 336 votes; Former Aldermen Merrill M.Tritt piers In Anna Maria. City and St. South llradenton Beach to
and F. Bouvard Shell were elected aldermen for two-year another section from the New
Hall for the Bishop and the the causeway to tho Anna Maria -
newly confirmed will follow terms with 33-4 and 325 votes respectively; Former Alder- Pass area at the south end of Bridge opposite the County

the service. man John E. Holmes Jr. was elected to fill the .onc -year Longboat Key with the two n..ch.. Ir was extended however c

>- unexpired term of former Alderman August Wagner and sections to meet at this south to tho northern end of

A.M.F.D. Attic Sale received 314 votes; Mrs. Archer received 344 votes the end of the Island. 789 on the Island. .

An attic auction and sale will most polled by any candidate in being reelected to her The three Island mayors are Cox Maid ho know very little

be held at the Anna Maria Fire eighth one-year term, and Stafford was reelected to his to judge the boat entries at the about it, but understood the

Station at Gulf Drive and Oak seventh one-year term defeating Ken Fellows for the south end. with a number of road from 13th Street to the

Ave., Anna Maria from noon fourth year in row. 220 to 133 the day's only contest. trophies merchandise and Longboat Key Bridge was not
until far. 14. cash prizes to be awarded to
p.m..Saturday Included because It Is considered -
Proceeds from the sale will winners in several categories.An to be adequate In width

be added to_the Volunteer Fire B. B. Bulkhead Line To Be CompletedBradenton hour-long professional and construction. He said his
water ski show will take
placeat
Department building fund to Beach City Coun- line of Gulf Drive in- the city. understanding wan that "wid
1 at the Anna Maria
improve the building.Contributions cil last week voted to follow Three-quarters of a mile of p.m. ening" meant making the road
with
of saleable the recommendation of Free- the bulkhead line already has Bay Park a jumping into a "comfortable two-lane

items will be welcome and man Horton and Associates. been approved leaving 11/4 helicopter act ballet paddle highway."
and the
firemen will pick up such Bradenton engineering firm miles still to map. from the clown spectacular Cox pointed out. however

items if contributors will call regarding the city's bulkhead south line of Section 33, to the human kite acts scheduled. that the: project's position at
officials
the resident fireman John line. northern line of the property Manatee County are the bottom of tho list made Its

Engel. at 778-1272. Martin Morris an employeeof owned by the County at the dedication to take part of In the a ceremony new south of Inclusion in this year's budget

'Easter On The Island' the firm talked to the city south end of the Island.A end beach pavilion which then "doubtful.
council at its regular meeting proposal by Councilman
"Easter On The Island" will will then be officially open for Fish
Thursday evening and proposed James Lindsay to erect new Fry Friday
use by the public. Tho ceremony -
be the theme of the llth annual that his would aluminum
company street signs along has been listed on the A PISH FRY. sponsored
Flower Show of the Anna Maria
complete the mapping of the Gulf Drive was tabled after
schedule for 3 by the Island School PTA.
Garden Club to be held at the line and do other p.m.
some discussion.Council .
Anna Maria necessary Island residents who have will bo served at the..chaolcaleeer.a
Community House engineering work for a priceof rescinded a motion
Mar. 18 from 2 assisted Holmes on the committee from 3 to 7 p.m..
Wednesday. to $748.Horton's.
passed at theprevlousmeetlngthat
5 have been Dick Rose Friday Mar. 13. A donation
p.m.Mrs. proposal includedthe Mayor Henry Meunler ask Jim Tcmplln. J. D. Webb Pete of SI for each adult and
Frank J. will be
Mokry engineering to: 1. Preparea Vernon Lamp to resign from
Grcer, Dave Boozer Ralph 5O cents per child will be
chairman of
the
general show Bulkhead Line the
2. Pre- Island
Map. Erosion Prevention
Parrish and Norman Rosedale.JackShlnn. be obtained
and Mrs. Rene assis- asked. Tickets) may -
Rcdon.
pare an engineering description District Commission.A .
general chairman by calling 778-2822,
tant chairman.
of the bulkhead
line.
3.
city sign on the western
of this year s celebration/ ,said or Longboat Key 388-1883.
Admission the show will be
to where
Establish deemed end of Bridge Street will be
the of the Fiesta will
Is to Menu Include Fried
purpose
free and a silver tea will be necessary by the Engineer erected at a cost of about $6O.
"focus attention on our excellent Fish and Hushpupples, ColeSlaw
served. permanent reference monuments After a lengthy discussion
beach facilities through Baked Means, and
(Continued on Page 3) the about whether
along shore re- or not to repair
a program of diverse enter Coffee or Fruit Juice. The
Island Bank Art ExhibitAn ferenced to the existing center (Continued on Page 6)) tainment. The weekend date fish and hushpupples will

also provides greater Inducement be prepared under the direction -
exhibit of
paintings by New Director At Island Youth CeaterMCKSCKT
professionals and instructorsat for visiting boatmen Co of Police Chief A. L.

Patti Terry's Beaux Art The board of directors of the stay over for the re-enactment Hedmon of '..Imeuo.lfomo

Gallery on St. Armand's Keyis Island Youth Center last week of De Soco.. Landing on Sunday. baked pies and cakes also

now on display at the Island hired Herbert C. Teel of Officials urge all Islandersto will be sold at the fish fry.

Dank. Clearwater as the fulltlme witness these free events. The public Is 'Invited.

According to C. E. Brewer director of the Island Youth

president of the bank there Center.

will be two more art shown at Teel has had experience in AXMA MARIA ISLAND WCATHCft

the bank during the winter,one youth work in his native city

from the Manatee Art League. of Cincinnati but since moving T.-, .,...... .... ........
and another from the LongboatKey to Florida has been managinga
.. m Moue ipmJuUf. IR ih
Art Center.C chain grocery store. He plansto

I move to the Island soon. . 3--C4 70 70M4f. 77 6! ttoo.

Of C Meeting Youth Center officials have I . 4--Ir 72 7* 4s4 <<2C2 .3

There will be a meeting of the announced the center will be '= ......I. b--tz 72 7s Nt c

Island Division of the Manatee open 30 hours weekly during w. ,. *>.fta 74M4f. ar 79 &370 MOM

County Chamber Commerceat the winter and 40 hours In . T--' so 74 as 64 Moos

the Island School cafeteriaat the summer. Annual salary tr/a. r--Ta N Ta sT U Moan

8 p.m.. Thursday. Mar. 12. for the new director will be loLl".9*-14 ra 77 sv aS Moos
Eugene SaJey. postal service 3600.

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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. March 12, 1954

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Islander g' an
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by THE EDITOR

Farewell To An Era

Heard a week or two ago ofa

A changing-of-the-guard ceremony is due this week at the doting Island mother whose

Holmes Beach city office when newly-elected Mayor Elmer first-born was coming homeon

Twist will administer the oath of office to three former leave from the Air Force.

aldermen the city clerk and the city marshal. Residents of Because the young man had

Holmes Beach are to be congratulated on the change in not been home at Christmasfor --

city administrations and can look forward to vastly improved the first time in his life--

government on the local level. she thought it would be a great

.Ex-Mayor..Crawford. at last week's regular meeting of the idea to decorate a Christmastree

the board of aldermen read a report on"the state of municipal and do the whole Yuletidebit
-affairs" the 'end-of- the fiscal year and briefly review the albeit about two months SOUTHERN BOUNTY (Ulond.r Photo by R.n. FUdon)

principal activities and accomplishments of your governing late.
,"bOdy during,the last six months of the year (fiscal year end- So--the tree was decoratedthe A note on a bill for a renewalof rationalization the membersof
ing Feb. 29)M*- - -- evening of the day before a subscription was received that bloc can find any aid

br In the report, the mayor used comparative figures of the the young man was scheduledto recently. It read: "I like the and comfort more power to

ear endTstatements of:the 1963-64 fiscal year and those of arrive--and it was so lovely paper but cannot renew In them I

the prevlo\.Ig"tlscal-year. with the not too subtle inference that that Mother decided to leave March as I'm way back on my Although the 365 who voted

c his year at the helm was much more worthy than the previous the lights on all night.In Income tax and may get fined. are about 45 percent of the 813

the morning when she wentto I've got to save every way In persons listed as registered

one.But the mayor was careless in the use of figures in that he bring in the milk she found order to pay It." voters in Holmes Beach, the

,used only PART of those which were significant. He cited that Hood's Dairy's enterprising tt ft # voters' list there is in need

payment of $9,900 for "previously incurred obligations," and route man. Islander Bill The unprecedentedturnoutln of bringing up to date a pro-

several other "accomplishments' for which money was spent. Gibson had seen the lights on Tuesday's election in Holmes cedure now in process, so the

He stressed a capital gain of 5934.29 over the previous year his early morning rounds and Beach--especially In a no- 365 actually represent a much

r but NOWHERE did he make any mention of the fact that his had left a bottle of egg nog;mix contest polling--can be seen in higher than 45 percent of the

administration spent close to S2O.OOO more than did that of the in addition to the milk.Although no other way than as a great list. Some of the retiring city

previous year. N N N vote of confidence for the new officials were notable by their

He seemed to forget that during his administration the we were unable to administration. And at the failure to vote on Tuesday.

city's income from various sources was roughly $47,000 stay for the second show at the same time, a thorough repud-
approximately the same as what was spent. The previous Holmes Beach city office last iation of the majority bloc on MRS. HELEN MARGARET

year only $28OOO was spent of an Income of about 38000. week Tuesday evening, we felt the old administration. So if, PIOR 64, of Gulf Park, Bra-
Who can't accomplish more with a sixty-six percent increasein sort of a loss of status the next through some prodigious bit of denton Beach, and Ruidoso

spendable money? day when we read Mayor Craw- Downs N. M., died at a local

The administration of the past year has served a useful ford's up a I r we 11 to the hospital Wednesday, Mar 11.

purpose however. It has emphasized to the voters what can Troops." For the first time She was born in Urbana, Ill.,

happen when they become indifferent to local Issues, and are in many moons 'we were not and came to the Island from

careless about their voting responsibilities.DON't mentioned by the mayor New Mexico in November.She

either because our wallop has was a member of the Presby-

Fence Them In! become a little anemic or because terian Church and the Order of

he had a new target The Eastern Star in Ruldosso.

A lot of verbal "fencing" took place last week about the Tampa Tribune. As a verbal DAY ORE Survivors are her husband

possibility of Blocking State Road 789 or building a fence along addendum to his "report" he Mack D. Pior; a son, Robert

the edge .of.the paving where the road purportedly crosses took a swipe at a story in TTT, Marshall Plor of San Antonio,
? privately owned property. which the mayor said was The M h 10th Texas; three brothers. Lewis,

Although the owners of the property in question seem tohold "replete with untruths." Now Charles and Arthur Pederson

the City'of Holmes Beach responsible for the highway Mr. Mayor, all we expectedwere all of Dallas Texas a sister,
crossing"what apparently Is private property the fact remains a FEW unkind words-- CIT ELEC ON Mrs. Alice Warnix of Amarillo -

that the highway was in pretty much the same location when the surely you could have worked Texas, and four grand-

present.owners purchased the land. And responsibility hardly them in somewhere I IH Inolmes children. Services and burial
can rest: With a city which was not an Incorporated municipalitywhen ft HAnd will be in Irving Texas. Grif-

theroad was laid out in Its present location. speaking of mayors-- Beoc 1 fith-Cllne Funeral Home in

v Therefore, it would appear that any dispute over location later in the past week we heard Bradenton is inchargeotlocalarrangements. "
of .cfte..road should, be with the State Road Department--or another ex-mayor offer a bit .

-- perhaps with theCounty., which exercised Jurisdiction over the of advice to the Bradenton
road'_before the SRD assumed responsibility for maintaining it. Beach City Council. During a
In thcr Fourth Part of the Florida Highway Code of the discussion by the council and

Florida General Statutes, there is a section which may apply members of the audience about LOTffiS I

to the situation--337.31--Roads presumed to be dedicated(1) : whether or not to repair the old
-" Whenever any road constructed by any of the Cortez Bridge most of the U.

several counties incorporated municipalities or by the councilmen seemed to favora
Dear Editor: (though little known or followed -
department (State Road Department) shall have been
referendum because of the
Officers of the Island School ) is by ACTIVE participationin
malntaincd<< ; .kept in worked
repair or continuously and amount of money Involved. !
Parent-Teacher Associationneed the PTA. We need you now
uninterruptedly for a period of four years by any county The former mayor said he
your help in reaching all "At our next PTA meetingon
municipality, or by the department either
did favor
separately
or not a referendum.
the of the local school March 17 will elect
parents we
jointly such road shall be deemed be dedicated
to to the He advanced as his reasons,
let them know how school
to greatly officers for the next
public to the extent In width which has been actually worked the thought that "the people
their help is needed in carry- year. We are determined to
for the period aforesaid whether the has been
same ever elect these men (council), and
the demo-
ing on Important programof have this a completely
formally established AS a public highway or not. Such they should have the power to this will ask
very necessary cratic election. We
organ-
dedication, shall be conclusively presumed to vest in the decide such issues." He went
ization. We will for and nominationsfrom
particular county Inwhich the road Is located if it be a on to say that oftentimes a appreciateyour expect
this should
publishing the floor. We note
county road, or in the particular municipality If it be a referendum "doesn't go the messageto
Island : "This is a that state that
parents our by-laws
municipal street or road, or in the state, if it be a road in way you want it* to," so the
crucial
'' time in our PTA. We 'only those who have consentedto
the state highway system or state park road all best
system, way to proceed is to havea need YOU be
shall
to help us maintainthe serve if elected
right, title casement and appurtenances therein and hearing and then "let the '
thereto whether there progress we have made eligible for nomination. So
be
any record of conveyance council decide.
this year. find us some good officer
dedication or appropriation to the public use or not. Some other interesting opin-
"All parents MUST be aware material and come to the
ions about the
bridge-pier of their obligations to their meeting on Tuesday evening,
MR. ROIERTS II were given: Wife of an out-
councilman children to see to it that they Mar. 17, prepared to launchus
spoken --"Instead
Another unpleasant aspect of recent meetings in Holmes of a new city hall, which is receive the best education into the best PTA year"
Beach of tho board of aldermen has been the beating to whichestabliahcd being discussed why not builda Manatee County can providefor the Island School ever had.
the funds
available. One
parliamentary procedure has been subjected--in concrete pier in the Gulf. It
dome instances, indeed, it has been twisted entirely out of would coat less than a new city important and effective way Mrs. Glen Turvaville Pres.

shape. hall.

The ,final regular meeting of the previous board was no A property owner who is a The IslanderAn
exception. When Alderman Harry Varley proposed a new member of the BB Volunteer
ordinance which outlined procedure which must be followed Fire Department--"Let us Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby

before any "street alley walkway or road"could be vacated, burn it down for practice." THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
tho meeting chairman. Board Presldent.John Beckett, stressed
it If If
I that he did ndt 'object In principle." said he thought the Something to think about-- 314 Pin' Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.

pcoposed-ardlnance: ; "sensible and logical," but went on to say especially for those Islanderswho EDITOR.....................................STEVE KIMBALL
that becauseruC. the present litigation, he objected to it being are in the habit of carrying ADVERTISING
MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALL
acted upon at that meeting so that no attorney later could bottled water home from the
construe his not blocking passage of such an ordinance as store. Ben Conlon at Handy MAIL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737, Anna Maria Florida.
"
his TELEPHONE: 778-2021.
changing position
Dandy told us two or three
So then it was agreed that no new ordinances would be years ago to be careful about Jr .
Introduced at the meeting, but all would be held over for leaving a bottle of water--oran SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S., $3.SO
consideration by the new board of aldermen after the election. bottle in per year; $2 for six months. Canada t
empty -- the carwhen
But only five or ten minutes later Beckett allowed Alderman It was In the hot sun.So, $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: ;,...
... Mrs. White to read for the first timea new ordinance having after that we used to cover it $1 per column inch. Discount of ten ::: _
to do with garbage percent for six consecutive insertions
proper cans.
with old
an blanket. lastweek q M
One of the tenets of the parliamentary system has always Irene Cassady Only of if paid by tenth of following month. ti

been that the chairman remain entirely Impartial, and not-- IRENE'S National or agency placed advertising, "Jf"M"
went out to
at least in such an obvious manner--try to block something thing in her car in midafternoon put some- $1.26 per column inch. t1Ut.v...
-
a recognized member of the gathering proposes. UHBOS Wild Krasimmcs>t
and found that a bottle of
There have been any number of similar instances which distilled CLOSING TIMES NOON, TUESDAY
water she had in the
havo helped to disillusion some of the staunchest supporters of car had reflected the of Entered as Second Class matter under
the administration and to make them wonder 'what it was that ray the
the sun and burned about SI SO Act of March 3, 1879.
made them go along with"cltyhall" In the first plice. Especially worth of car's
since didn't all the benefits they the upholstery.
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Thursday. March 12, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

High Twelve Club EASTER' . Lutheran Women 'The Silver Whistle' In Rehersal 8 am to 8 pm Wo.kday*
(Continued from Page 1)
Dorwin Dean of Palmetto Other committee chair- Meetings of the Lutheran Rehearsals have begun for "The Silver Whistle" 8 am to 2 pm Sundays
a hypnologist will men for the show are: Church Women of Gloria a three-act comedy by Robert McEnroe which will
be the speaker at the Mrs. George Maywood, Del Evangelical Lutheran be the Island Players third and final production of
luncheon meeting of the Mrs. Murrel Miller Mrs. Church will take place on the winter season. WfBB'SIsland
Island High Twelve Club Louis Anderson and Mrs. Thursday: 10 a.m., at the Howard Scott has begun construction of a set designed -
to be held at the Holmes Harry Karr, schedule; home of Mrs. Paul W. by Pat Huber, and he will be assisted by Archie
Beach Yacht Club at noon, Mrs. Henry Clay and Mrs.E. Endrlss. 6807 Holmes McFadden and Glenn Morgan. Emma Chandler will
Thursday Mar. 12. A. Haynes staging and Blvd.; at 1 p.m., at the serve as prompter and Norma Ralston has started Pharmacy
The club's semiannualfish properties; Mrs. Harvey home of Mrs. Lester M. gathering props. Two hard-to-find items which are 59O4 Marina Drive
fry will take place at Meyer, publicity; Mrs'. Utz, 508 74th Street,and needed now, are a live gamecock and an oldfashionedear
the Bay Front Park in Redon, posters and pro- at 8 p.m., at the home of trumpet. Any information.. about either item will 778-1411-N I t. 778-2075
Anna Maria on Thursday grams; Mrs. B. P. Har- Miss Lorraine Lee 502 J. D. we... Pt>-acU.
Mar. 19. In charge of the rison, Mrs. M. S. Guerra Key Royale Drive.
.
event will be Ralph Par- and Mrs. Philip Bogue, ,. -,. I .. .'t .
AuctionAn :-+ ... ""
""
rish and Tom McKay,with placing and classification, Library
Dick and Mrs. Karr, Mrs. auction and sale for
Holt, Harvey Meyer P
t"i 0 .. :
) '
and Ray Hardy assistingon James P. Stephens, Mrs. the benefit of the Longboat
the committee. Wives William Arboe, Mrs. H.M. Library will take placeat '
C'ENTE t.
and guests of membersare Strobl, Mrs. G. E. the Longboat Key Fire (
invited. In case of Smalley and Mrs. T. Adams House from 10 a.m. until -t
inclement weather, the entries. late afternoon, Saturday FREE DELIVERY
fish fry will take place at Also Mrs. G. Reynolds Mar. 14. The sale and ry
the Community House.A Jones, J junior entries; luncheon bar will open at REGISTERED
delegation of 30 mem- Mrs. Robert Carlin,Mrs. 10 o'clock,and the auctionis
bers of the local club and Carl Oetzel, Mrs. Clay scheduled to start at PHARMACISTSON
their wives attended the and Mrs. R.Vincent Reiff, 1:3O. with Jack Oberle to ---
convention of the Florida horticulture; Mrs. be the auctioneer. A wide Two members of "The Silver Whistle" cast arc(left) DUTYAT
State Association of High Haynes table settings; variety of articles will be Miss Connie Fleming, who will portray Mrs.Hanmcr.a .
Twelve Clubs, held at the Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Karr offered for sale, such as waspish busybody, and Miss Marion Uroderick. who ALL TIMES
Outrigger Inn in St. Pet- and Mrs. Meyer, clerks; used books, shellcraft, will play the part of the ever-tipsy and hardofhearing -
ersburg, Saturday. E. D. Mrs. Jerome Vitt. Mrs. and many items of home- Miss Hoadlcy. a high comedy role. Both Miss WEEKENDSPECIATS"
Wetmore of the Island Anderson, Mrs. C. P. baked foods.C Fleming and Miss Broderick are well known to Island
Club, state president Fletcher hospitality registration Players audiences. Both played in "Cigl" last
conducted the work shops ,and Mrs.RobertR. OF C MEETING. . season, and in several other Players' productions.Both .
and business meetings, Moses, Mrs. Walter (Continued from Page 1)) also have played in a number of plays by the CIGARETTES
with Earle Cromer as Frink and Mrs.Maywood, officer of the St. Peters- Manatee Players and other Little Theatre Groups.be .
chairman of the rules 1 tea hostesses. burg Dept., will talk to the KINGS or REGS
committee and parlia- According to the rules, meeting about ways and appreciated. Guest director Helen Peters, may $2 .eo
mentarian. any gardener is welcometo means of improving the be called at 778-3278. dn.
"The Silver Whistle" will at the Anna Maria --------
Howard Smith of Clearwater exhibit, and there are postal delivery service on open
was elected to both design and horticul- the Island--about possible Community House Tuesday evening Apr. 7, for a Theragran or
succeed Wetmore as tural classifications. All house-to-house delivery run of five niRhts.'lxiik'.
president, and the latter arrangements must be the perhaps in the near future. TheragranM100'S
was elected a director for work of the exhibitor,and 's 2ulllf i Sdat

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All About People... r'rlI where Mr. Nash will resume his duties as a construction superIntendent -
r" t.p. r for the Lane Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Nash have
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs.Francis Schlusemannof spent two months at their home here. . ROBERT PETERS of
Chicago...Dr. and Mrs. George Landberg of Jackson Heights. : White Bear Lake. Minn. arrived Friday to vacation for a few
L. I.. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lavine of Moncton. N. B..Mr. r1I' weeks. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peters have been Mr. and Mr*.
and Mrs. Walter C. DeWare and Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeWare of 1 John Schlnka of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. A. Herbert Nelson of
Moncton. N. B..Mr. and Mrs. Nell Morrish of Pleasant Ridge. ) Hudson. Wis. Mrs. Charles A. Ward of St.Paul will arrive soon to
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson of Reading. Mass...Mr. and spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Peters. . DR. THOMAS
Mrs. Stanwood L. Hanson of Boothbay Me...Dr. and Mrs. S. H. t I' "" OUTLAND of Harrisburg. Pa. has Joined Mrs. Outland at their
Willer and party of Columbus. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. home at Seaside Gardens. Holmes Beach and will spend a few
Baldwin of Woodbrldge. Conn...Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Childers of ';I r : weeks on the Island. . MRS. WILNA HERVEY of Willow Avenue
Hudson...Mrs. Allle D. Stein of Savannah. Ca.. visiting her son- .. Anna Maria recently won a scholarship at the Longboat Key Art
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Heckert. ... Center and will study enamel on copper work under Mrs. Hazel
THE ROCKETTFS GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cole of Tampa and Vermont...Mr. and Mrs. .James R. Valentineand rlr 111. were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood D. R. Smithof
son of WacUworth, Ohio...Mr.and Mrs.John Lansky Tawas 58th Street. Holmes Beach and Mrs. Somers brother-in-law
City Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Den Derg of Holland. Mich. and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moyle of 51st Street. .
...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fulton of Newark. Ohio...Mr.and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HARDER and son Chris from Michigan
Donald P. Stevens of Newmarket. Ont...Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rled have been visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins of
of Gwcoda. Mich....Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Johnson of Great 67th Street. . WEST WIND APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.George
Lakes 111...Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Praaco of Tampa...Mr. and t Murray of Melrose. Mass...Mr and Mrs. Arthur Schultz of
Mrs. O. V. Hyde and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Popp of East Syracuse Pompano Beach...Mr.and Mrs.Richard Thompson of Indianapolis.
N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. M.McAfee of Lansing Mich...Mr. and Mrs. . MRS. N. H. SCHAFER AND MRS. HAROLD CHAPMAN co-
W. C. Willingham of Palmetto...Mr.and Mrs.Bill Joy of Lansing. chairmen for Sunday afternoon's "Spring Showtime" and the
Mich...Mr. and Mrs. W.J.Meek of Belmont.N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. annual tour of Island homes sponsored by the Episcopal Church-
Milton P. Adams of Lansing Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meyersof women of the Church of The Annunciation reporr that the event
Grand Rapids Mich...Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bannon of Auburn. MRS. JOHN DUYTSCHAVER of the Sand Dollar Gift Shop as she was extremely well patronized and very successful. Mrs. F. B.
Ala...Mrs. Martha Herrick of Anderson..Mr.and Mrs.Eran demonstrated the arranging of artificial flowers at the "Spring Shell was chairman of the tea table at the church parish hall. .
Spleas of Liberty City. Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hoefling of Showtime" hobby show at the parish house of the Church of The MR. AND MRS. CYRIL C. SOBECK of Fort Lauderdale recently
Wilmington. Del. Annunciation Sunday afternoon. (ISLANDER PHOTO) announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Cynthia Marie
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mra. Norman Wilson of Birmingham. Sobeck to Raymond Joseph Haverkos son of Mr.and Mrs. Edmund
Mich....James Royal Courtney. Ronnie Courtney and Miller C. J. Wilson Pickett of Baltimore Md...Mr. and Mrs.R. F. Poppln- Haverkos of Holmes Beach. Miss Sobeck was graduated from
Henry III. all of Canton. Miss. ger of Port Charlotte. Lauderdale High School and now la majoring in Elementary
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prey of Tampa... LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernlng of Scotia. Education at Florida State University where she is active in the
Mr. and Mr. Solomon McKenzie of Dearborn. Mich...Mr. and N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Crone Jr. and family of Decatur. Newman Club. The groom-to-be graduated from Manatee High
Mrs. Sam Pullaro of Tampa...C. B. Jorgensen of Eagle River. Ala...Mr. and Mrs. Peter Visser of Comstock Park.Mich...Mr. School and Manatee Junior College and will graduate from Florida
Wls...Mr. and Mrs. Ed Valha of Berwyn.111...Mr.and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. George W. Spidel of Frankfort. Ind...Mr. and Mrs. State In June with a BS degree In mathematics. No date has been
Gassard of Quincy Mass...Mr.and Mrs. Alfred B.Hill and family George Reese of Kilgore. Texa...Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. set for the wedding. . MR. AND MRS. T. A. TAYLOR and Mr.
of Marshfleld. Wls...Mr. and Mrs.Scott Patrick of St. Petersburg Claucherty of East Lansing. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schutt of and Mrs. C. R. Moore of Flint Mich., and Ray Dobbe of Iowa are
...Richard J. Schury of Vassar Mich... Earl G.Hecht and daughter Rockland. Ma.s...Mr and Mrs. Earl Livingston of Scotia N. Y. vacationing at 2OS Haverkos Court.Holmes Beach. . MRS.JOHN
of Vassar Mich. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Armstrongof Wolcott. VANOSTENBRIDCE will serve as general chairman for fish fry
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.Po.terof Framingham N. Y. sponsored by the Island School PTA and to be held at the school
Mass...Mr. and Mra. B. T. Zlehler of Dayton. Ohio...Mr. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rugh of West- Friday. Mar. 13. Others on the committee are: Mrs. Robert
and Mrs. W. Howard Smith of Brookavllle. field. N.J...Mr.and Mra. D.A.Farrell of Toronto. Ont. ..Mr. and DeVane. in charge of ticket printing: Mrs. Richard Poe and Mrs.
MERRIMAC ON TIlE GULF Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Feron of Mrs. David McKerley of Concord N. H. Norma Bruce posters; Mrs. Fran Maxon. publicity;Mrs.Richard
Halifax N. S. McINTOSH COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Mel King of Bowling Green Wagner and Mrs. Lee Robbins bake sale and Mra. Glen Turva-
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bowne and family and Mr. Ohio. vllle. Mrs. Herb Parkinson. Mrs. Richard Wiggins and Mrs. Helen
and Mrs.. Robert Burr of Ionia Mich...Mr and Mrs. Don Moor- TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. Clinton Karat of St. Louis. Mo... Bailey in charge of the food committee. . MAYWOODIANS TO
head and Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Morgan of South Haven. Mich...Mr. Mr. and Mr. Walter Grover of Penfleld.N.Y...Mr. and Mrs. M. MEET ON THE ISL.AND--The fifth annual get-together of former
and Mrs. Victor C. Anderson of Oregon Wi...Mr. and Mrs. Christopher of Marlton. N. .J...Gene Downs of Auburndale...Mr. residents of Maywood.111.will be held at the Manatee County Beachat
Henry Paber of Grand Rapids Mich. and Mrs. Douglas Bowker of Bloomfield N. .J...Mr and Mrs. II a.m.. Wednesday. Apr. 1. All residents or former residentsof
SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. C. Gablnls of Flushing N. Y. William P. Walsh of Cedar Grove. N. .J...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maywood are invited to come to the gathering and meet old and
...Mr. and Mrs. Julius Greubel of Putnam Valley Y..Mr. and Wagner of Mlddletown. N. J..Mr. and Mrs. I. Reshes of New new friends. Those attending may take their own luncheon or
Mrs. C. V. Boudreaux of Palneavllle. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. P. C. York City...Mr and Mrs. George Madden of IndlanapoUs..Mr. obtain it at the restaurant at the beach. . MRS.HELEN BROWNof
Yetman and granddaughter Barbara of Lake Worth. and Mrs. A. C. Jones of Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stibo of Bradenton Beach last week was winner of a Polly-Dollar for a
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Prlncke Maltland...Mrs. Roy McCleskey and Mra. R. K. Brown of Marietta household hint on how to shut out outside noises, a suggestion which
of Antlgo. Wi...Mr. and Mr. A. Herbert Nelson Hudson Wis. Ga.HELEN'S. was used In Polly's column. . MR.AND MRS.ELMER LEMSTER
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL .Jim Bennett of Brookavllle. MOTEL: Brig. Gen. and Mrs Harris Scherer of left the Island a few days ago to return to their home in Valparaiso.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.Donovan f I.Shaw Washington. D. C...Mr and Mr.J.D.DutUn of Atlanta. Ill...Mr. Ind. . BILL LANDIS. DAN PFISTER. JACK AKER AND RON
cC-Marlon. Iowa...Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W.Graf of Minneapolis... and Mrs. .J. II. Gabord of Medford. Ma.....Mr and Mrs. F. C. TOMPKINS all players with the Kansas City Athletics and their
..Miss Nadine Krone of Braham. Minn. Mldano of Richmond. Ind.RICKYSMITFfsonofMr.andMrs.Ifowardfl.Smith. families, are staying on the Island during spring training. .
n TROPICAL-VISTA: Mr. and Mra. Charles Schwab of Downers of Cranston. GILDA MURDOCK. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Murdock of
Grove 111...Mr. and Mrs.Henry Anthrop Linden.Ind...Mr. and R. I., was a guest over the weekend of his aunt. Mrs. Ruby Anna Maria is one of the 16 senior at Manatee High School in the
,!d.r.. A. Netlleton and Miss Edna Moore of Toronto. Ont. Dickinson of Bay Boulevard. Anna Maria. Ricky la a freshman at top four percent of the senior class and will graduate with highest
. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mra. Chester Stell) of Wolcott. N. Y. the University of Florida. . MR. AND MRS. H. C.TED NASH of honors. Last week through an error. Miss Murdock was listed aa
L ...Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beck of Crownsville.Md...Mr.and Mrs. Spring Avenue. Anna Maria left last week for Merlden. Conn.. being in a lower group. The ISLANDER regrets making the error.


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7>1 Bill Harvey Gibson Meyer 224 219 LET'S GO FISHINGBy Woman's Club Carlock EngagementMr.

i* BaBowlingiLeagues\ **_ Jim Anderson 2O7 JIM CERLJNG The annual meeting of the and Mrs L. H. Car-
Bud Hottman 203 Fishing in the area hasn't been up to Island Woman's Club was lock Jr.. 2611 Brown wood
Byron Arkebauer 2O2 Its usual standard for the past few
MB Johnny Elrod 193 months. In fact according to most of held at the Community Drive Donelson. Tenn..
L Hank Nleslobedski 193 our old time fishermen this baa been House last week. New officers announce the engagementof
Dave Boozer 191 the worst fishing winter they can
remember. So. Just be optimistic,and ) elected were: Mrs. their daughter. Janclle.to .
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE HIGH SERIES (MEN)) wait s few _ka--Spring Is here or Frank Schroeder treas- Morris Oliver Crews
First place Bayou Marina won three Bob Relnel 377 at least almost here.It _
points from Sc hue hard Plumbing in Byron Arkebauer 562 won't -be long before the fishing urer; Mrs. Wallace Gray of Nashville son of Mr.
laland Mixed League bowling Friday Bill Gibson 556 really gets good. About the first of financial secretary; Mrs. and Mrs. Milton. O. Crewsof
evening. High score in the match Glenn Safford 553 next month the Kings and Spanish
were Hank Nlealobedakl.193-318.and Harvey Meyer 541 Mackerel will move In--that Is when Sam Bailey corresponding Lcwisburg. Tenn.
Frank Moc.187-513. Dick Wagner 540 the fishing really starts popping.Right secretary and Mrs. The wedding will take
Other scores were Anna Maria City Dick Connick 337 now there are Speckled Trout on the ROD & REEL PIER 8.
Pier 4. Sand Bar O. (Johnny Elrod. Bud Hoctman 326 flats and In the canals where some (Islander Photo Rene George Tann. recording place on May
193. Glenn Safford. 493; Byron Arke- Roy Ferguson 524 real nice Redflsh can also be found. by secretary. Miss Carlock is a granddaughter -
bauer. 202-362). Hank Nlealobedakl 318 After few weeks, the local fisherman Redon) Five members of Mrs. Burton
new were
Island Pharmacy 3, bland Marine can look forward to catching
Supply 1. (Harvey Meyer 224-348: THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE anything from Catfish: to Sallflah. very good. Scores of &_ ..... have welcomed into the club: A. Gaskill of Anna Maria
B1U Gibson. 219-336). Lay-Z-Llv-N Connlck's TV Ser. been caught at both the Rod ft Reel and Mrs. Arthur Cole. Mrs. and the late Mr. Gasklll.
Dick Wagner Realty 3.Connlck's TV Sand Bar B K Hardware PIER PISHING the Maria City Piers They
Service 1.(Dick Wagner.23334OJim: Linen Rental Ser. Island Marine Pier fishing over the weekend was ..h''t a half.pound and alxpounda. William Searl. Mrs. A. L. She lived on the Island as
Anderson. 2O7. Dick Connick. 537). Bayou Marina A.M.City Pier Frank Cavendish at the Rod* Donncr, Mrs. Eugene W. a child during World WarII.
Bay Area Insurance 2. B k K Hardware Bay Area Insurance Dick Wagner Byron Arkebauer 248 Reel Pier reports these catches 01Sbeeopehe.dl
2. (Dave Boozer. 191. Roy Schuchard Plumbing Island Pharmacy Roger Haynes 223 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walte. Calkins and Mrs. Alma and again from 1958 to
Ferguson. 524; Clayton Bower. 139.: II Roger Haynes 222 14; Cal Wants, fours Vern Conn. 39 Lundqulst. 1961. She graduated from
Dot Bower. 459). ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Aaron VanOstenbridge 222 In two days, and Percy Ktrkner of Manatee School.
Linen Rental Service 2.Lay-Z-LJv- League leading Island Marine Supply George Wagner 211 Ocean City. N. J.. a 20-inch. 2-lb.. Officers and chairmen High
N Motel 2. (Chick Chapman. 188-493 lengthened its lead in Island Bowling Gene Moss 210 lO-os. Speckled Trout. Percy also read annual reports and The groom-elect is a
Bob Rein.!. 200-377). . League action Monday evening by Ben Conlon 207 lost his fishing rod to a pelican. The for future activities graduate of Marshall
plans
winning three point. in its match with Pat Flanagan 206 following day Mra.J act Pinney hooked
LEAGUE STANDINGS Pete R e y n.r d. Restaurant. High Andy Raamussen 201 and landed the rod. which restored were made.A County High School and
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Bayou Marina 68.3 scores In the match were: Andy Ktrknera faith In humanity--and sale will be attended Tennessee Poly-
Linen Rental 61.5 Raamussen. 201-382. for the winners TOP TEN SERIES ican. rummage
Anna Maria City Pier 39.3 and K. P. Smith. 193. and Frank Roger Haynes 616 Lefty Miller the City Pier reportsSheepahead held at 821 Manatee Ave. technic Institute and the
Island Pharmacy 38 Smalley. 334. for the lowers. Frank Davidson 588 catcheei Walter Roper of East on Friday and Saturday University of Tennessee.
Bay Area Insurance 56 Other scores were City Pier Beachcombers Andy Raamussen :342 Greenville. S. C.. 12; Mr. and Mrs.
B fc K Hardware 55.5 4. Bay Area Insurance 0. Aaron VanOstenbridge :378 Joe Schwind of Perrysburg. Ohio. 5. Mar. 13 and 14. lie holds a position with
Schuchard Plumbing 55 (Frank Davidson 248-388: ;Earl Drew. John Holmes 574 and A. C. Campbell at Danlelavllle.Ga under the chairmanship of the Lanier Company in
Dick Wagner Realty 53 183-304). Bob Guild 571 and Anna Maria 16.SHEEPSHEAD<<.
Sand Bar 48.3 Gray's Econowash 4. Schuchard Byron Arkebauer :371 Mrs. Lawrence Colby, Nashville.
Lay-Z-Llv-N Motel 46 Plumbing 0. (Byron Arkebauer. 248- Bill Thlbodeau :SoO RIG who will receive items for
Island Marine Supply 43.5 371; George Randall 186. Ray Schu Gary Wagner 348 I would recommend fairly stiff rod the her home In 778-2722.
Connlck's TV Service 43 chard :319). Wally Cray 544 not longer than at* feet. The reel can sale at
Roeer Men's Club 3.3. VanOaten- be of the spinning baltcastingor star Bradenton Beach. A display of hobbles
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) bridge Builders .5. (Bob DeVane. 184. TEN LOW GAMES drag varieties. A monofUament. into Mrs. August Wagner antiques and any miscellaneous -
Phyllis Chapman 187 Dick Wiggins 312 Aaron VanOaten- Jim Ayers 93 20-pound test line la beet with the ,
Peg Hottman 184 bridge 222-378). Fred Horne 106 leader approximately 18 Inches long fine arts chairman will collections of
Pat Geyer 175 Bayou Marina 3. The ISLANDER 1. Prank Mokry 109 and a sliding sinker. Either a regular head a group of 17 mem- general interest will take
Kay Ferguson 163 (Gary Wagner 211-348 Pat Flanagan. Elmer Twist 112 Sheepahead book or a 1/0 hook will do
Phyllis Moc 161 206. Kayo Ending 387). Ed Wleee 113 the trick. So with the rig described, bers who will attend the place at the next regular
Peg Hottman 139 Tropical Vista 3. Anna Maria Electric John VanOatenbridge 114 and a supply of hermit crabs fiddlercrabs District Fine Arts Festival meeting of the club--the
Dot Bower 157 1. (Roger Haynes 223.616; Gene John VanOatenbrldge 115 or bloodworms, you ar. In
Peg Hottman 156 Moss 210. Walt Sparks 526). Gene Moss 120 business and should be able to catch at the Outrigger Inn in breakfast at the Community -
155 Ken Fellows 123 some Sbeepebead.Schools .
Dot Davidson St. Petersburg. Mar. 19. House on Wednesday
Bower 154 LEAGUE STANDINGS Roy Phillips 126
Dot bland Marine Supply 66.3 of ball fish--Ballyhoo and Mrs. Wagner Is a mem- May. 6.e
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Bayou Marina 64.3 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Shiners were seen In the Gulf Sunday ber of the luncheon com- e e
Peg Hottman 499 VanOatenbrldge: Builders 63.3 VanOstenbridge C.P.O'cOlftbera afternoon, about four miles west of mittee for the event. A meeting of the cluba
Dot Bower 439 Roger Men's Club 61 Tropical Vista The ISLANDER Bean Point, and a Tarpon
Phyllis Chapman 437 Gray's Econowaah 57 Roeer Men's Club Pete Reynard's' broke the surface of the ::::'. All of The club's annual lun- directors will bo held at
Pat Geyer 432: Tropical Vista 55.5 Cr.-. Econowaah A.M.Electric which means that Spring surely Is cheon will be held at the the home of Mra. Otto
Phyllla Moc 418 City Pier Beachcombers 32 Bayou Marina flay Area insurance almost here and that the game fish
June Connick 413 Bay Area Insurance 49 Schuchard Plumbing laland'MarineFinal soon will follow the ball. Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat Pavlln 1001 Bay Drive
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413 The ISLANDER 41 results the Third Annual
Betty Phillips In 1 p.m., Wednesday.Apr. North Bradenton Beach
Dot Davidson 412 Anna Maria Electric 48 Bradenton Women's Bowling Assocla. One of the more successful canal
Kay Ferguson 412 Scbuchard Plumbing 45.5 tlon Tournament. Dot Bower of B fc K fishermen In recent week has been 1. Reservations may at 1 p.m., Monday Mar.'
Roeelyn Haverkos 4O6 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 38.3 Hardware finished fourth In the Sin. R. E. "Red" Mills, who buys tobacco be made by calling either 16. All officers and committee -
.
and (. he '
glee,with a score of 644. and secondIn In the summer Recently
HIGH GAMES (MEN) TOP TEN GAMES the All-Events Handicap with a has been running up a fair.corr on Mrs. Vernon Lamp 778- chairman I are
Dick Wagner 235 Frank Davidson 248 scored 1893. Trout and Redf Uh. 2406, or Mrs. Ed Swartz urged to be present.

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CONTRACTINGAnna Remove dead branches or cut down dead plnca ':m> or I.ONCUOAT K1rT.
before the Fall hurricane Reason. ...cke** ml '2-IU..er m6 p.oa.
Maria 778-2557 We arc licensed insured; all our work is SAflASOTA ia00*

guaranteed and we clear away all debris.

Manatee County uses our service; so docs the
Your Authorized Beach Commission and we have Just finished our CALL 778-2295

second contract with the City of Holmes Beach.

FRIGIDAIRE Sales 5 Service Dealer References furnished I Estimates free! f


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17 T.. 2ilO .w 1.4 I 45 pw 2.1 7il2eM, 0.. i35 ... -1.2
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. March 12, 1964.
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UNCLASSIFIEDadvance BULKHEAD LINE. . MAUDE M. PERRY 76, i
CHURCHESST. (Continued from Page 1) of 2204 45th Ave. West

BERNARD MISSION payment required the section of the old Cortez died at her home r-.r
.DO-minimum-SOtf It
8 lines-Si
(Roman Catholic) wooden bridge which now Tuesday Mar. 10. Bornin
R... Francis F. WslamilUr FOR SALEi New horns on :2O2: Ft. is used as a fishing pier. Bay City Mich., she
Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large
MASS:' Bedrooms; 2 Bathes Large Florida Nearly everyone at the moved to this area from
SUNDAYS: 8, 9:15 & 10:30 Room and 2-Car Cerags. Tile Roof; meeting agreed it needs that city 22 years ago.

WEEKDAYS: 8 am heat Insulated and;air Intercom conditioning.system Call ft central 7782723 repairs badly and nearlyall She was a member of St.

HOLY DAYS: 8 am, or come and see It at 243 agreed the pier is Bernard Catholic Church.

6 pm Chllson WANTED Are-* Anna m -retll'Matii. salesman important as a recrea- Survivors are a daughter -

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: who would like to make extra money tional facility in the city.A Mrs. Charles Cul-
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm ment with a reliable a company.For appoint.. public hearing will beheld breath of Cortez and a
FOR tiradfnt517433"f facing and possibly a refer- sister Mrs. Ida Parentof
Harvey Memorial ChurchNonDenominational Cull but not on beach. Everything In endum to let the people Bay City.Funeral .
Extra lot. two .
A-l shape. garages.deep
)
( well.Deal Direct with owner.Can decide what course tofol- service will be
Brad.nton Beech arrange terms. For appointment call low because of the cost at St. Bernard Church at in Jack
Rev A. W. Sim.. 778-2886. Some of the 53 apartments now completed
SUNDAY FIRE Extinguisher Sales ft .mice. involved.A 9 a.m., Thursday Mar. Holmes Seaside Garden development in Holmes
: -Prink: HI.}!'" Ilion Beach. 7781431.FOR beer and wine license 12, with the Rev. Francis Beach as the development neared its second anni-
School.
9:15 a.m. Sunday I transfer to Hank's Bar and Welsmiller pastor of the
.Church Service. Seawall on 73th Street.Holme.Beach. versary on Tuesday. March 17.
1030 a.m. Make Offer to Tom Wortley. 401 Ala- Grill was approved. church officiating. Inter J
Science ServiceCommunity m.da qdLetqy otItn ment will be in Saginaw
Christ' 'Ion Forf SALE* 1960> Dodge Folara 9.P..D..r '
A.-.II..' .Jiome. ., Wsgon. Good Condition.. NEW DIRECTOR. . Mich. E4eape from the ordinary 'I
-- Low Cell 77g 2224.LOTS
MMf e. -
suN&AY: FOR SALE s Gulf root. $iO.000 .- (Continued from Page 1)
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN ; 77th St. Canal. J4.0OO; 75th St. In a brief interview MORE ABOUT PEOPLE:
SCIENCE SERVICE. Canal.. PROTHERO.S3.3OO; 73rd Reg.St.. 3.OOO.Real Estate JOHNB. Tuesday Teel said he Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Come see our wide selectionof

BrokerliftBlat Street. 7782334.OPEN already had started to Robert R. Moses of Tar-
Gloria Del' Evangelical) WET UOAT STORAGE available plan a more active pro- pon Street Anna Maria smart exciting and unusual
Lutheran Churchn.r.l..tet at ONLY S7.3O: per' month at the
M.. Ul.. Pastor BAYOU MARINA INC..Bay Blvd.So.. gram for the Youth Cen- for a few days are Mr. and
Anna Maria. Cell; 778-2423. ter. Until about the end of Mrs. T. J. Thumser of home furnishings.Just .
THURSDAY: Lutheran FOR SALE* -h.-wi Trailer and
Cabana. See at 727-7th St.Gulf Park March the center will be Stewart Manor, L.I.. N.Y.
Church Women to meet at: or gall Qwn er at 778-1008.. open each weekday from . MRS. W. R. JOHNSON arrived! New Lamp shipment
10:00 am At home of Mrs. P SALE* Dy Owner-.Canal Front of 512-72nd Street
2:30 until 5:3O. with the
Lot. 100 x 1OO. Concrete Sea Wall
Paul Endriss. 6807 Holmes City Water and Artesian Well. Paved hours to be lengthenedafter Holmes Beach is recov- Island furniture CenterANNOUNCEMENT
Blvd. Holmes Beach. Street. Fine location In Holmes Beach. Apr. 1. ering from head injuriesshe
PHONE 778-1:3O8.
1:00 pm At home of Mrs. FOR SALEi Plywood Gull Uno' Boatw He plans to start base- received Saturday in
Lester M. Utz, 508- 74thSt,. Electric/ 18 tip Starter John.on Outbosrd 301 Motor. ball practice for the Little a boat accident near the
Battery. North
8:00 pm At home of Miss C'J.IL Rlh.F} Leaguers from 4 to 4:30: north end of Longboat Key.
Lorraine E. Lee 502 Key on aC.II7711 klnde of Cloth- Friday Mar. 13, In The Johnson boat strucka
Ing. Also Orese making. Drapes.Mr. p.m., We have discontinued the rental departmentof
Royale Drive Holmes Frank' ly'/fr Phone 778-1431. order to have the junior sand bar when Mr. Johnson our business and in the future will confineour
Beach. FOR SALEi Kiln, ceramic T gUsea.bate. baseball tried to maneuver it
mold., etc. for less than eo.tof program organ- Real Estate activities to the Listing and
SUNDAY: IIt lln. PhYliAH 77 a-j 661 ized by the end of the around another boat which Selling of Island Properties.
.0:15 am Church School. AROUND: PROPERTY MAIN month and ready to get was anchored in the boat
TENANCEl TRIMMING
MOWING ,
10:30 am The Service. EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- under way in April. channel. Charlin Villas and Playa Encantada are now

ll&O am Choir Rehearsal. ISHED.PROMPT WINDOWS EFFICIENT WASHED SERVICE.plua OILED. under the full management of Mr. and Mrs.

WEDNESDAY: REASONABLE RATES..Rererences. Bill Bartlett resident managers for the past
PHELPS NURSERY
7:30 Midweek Lenten KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 778-2894 Our other rentals have been turned
pm after 43O PM, 2JO 8Vh St. H. D. year. over
Service. ISLANDER PHOiQSi As a service to r to various Island Realtors.
Mar.li9)' our '''do''.. we can furnish ::5 s 7 Inch
TlfURSpAY: ( enlargements of any picture appear, Flowering Shrubs
'7-t::: 'ant Church q>li cll. in The ISLANDER for only fl.is each. Please continue to call on US when considering
Call 778-7O3l. or step at the office. Island
6 Palms buying or selling Property.

.......... 1.1. CHef el READ
+ {Nartlwe.IMf1.Ml) \; FOR * * * * *
THE ISLANDER

.FRIDAY MAHAR Real Estate
the island
;10DO am Prayer Group. ( If J't - _
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SUNDAY: y L RUTH W. MAHAR, REALTOR LEO MAHAR BROKER

0"& il-am'Worship Service :. 1".. ,
1D9 PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-15O1 7702 GULf DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
10:00 am Church School.
10:00: am Psychiatry & y' lJ ( 10() ''' .> r-

Religion (Also Wed_ at HARRY M. RIFE
10:30.am & 8 pm) with


ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH .2'ady2i LICENSED LfiRCHOlOnT L OfVfLOPmEnT CORPOfiflTIOH
FRIDAY"... Use Relltf!. Psatcr PAINTING


7:30 pm Men's Class Mt. l9SHOES. CONTRACTORPhone 7K /gi..Tel'
SUNDAY Y:
C-O 778-1341 "
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8:45 am Sunday School. e 1--'

10:00 am Worship Service. WILTS.IIANDIIAGS Anna Maria Presents - -

5:30 pm Concord Choir. LEATHER.

0:30 pm Worship Service. SATIN. SILK. LINEN.

MONDAY: STRAW, SUEDE. ELGINWafer The

7:30 Church Council Mt. 'i
pm FOR ONLY PENNIES Softenersand
TUESDAY: ON SALE ATW..S Filters
7:00 pm Church Choir.
WEDNESDAY ROY M. PHILLIPS {

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting. ISLAND PHARMACYNO 744.5142 d

7:00 pm RA. GA. Sun- GATE Skeeplne.' Center If N. A.*.
beams. 77I eN
Holmes Beach
R..or .......... O..r h
(N.n. ..*...l..etleel. ) GULF DRIVECO
"... "'e".'" K. V!..!.. OPERATIVE
PeelerTHURSDAY eate49tJ1t APARTMENTSun
'
: 9tVe un O-.....,,.

3:15 pm Cherub Choir. aw nit st....fI w.rt._._ M

0:30 pm Junior Choir. '! HOLMES BEACH
i e al:<<
7:30 pm Senior Choir. fad ANNA MARIA' ISLAND

SUNDAY,

9:00 am Worship Service. r- )

10:00 am Sunday School.
10:15 am Lenten Lecture. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

lit IS am Worship Service.

7tOO pm Senior' & Intermediate -
'

MONDAY Youth FeDowthipC. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily

7:00 pm Boy Scout -Troop 7..
WEDNESDAYS Ya ASK FOR

7:30 pm Bd. of R.E. FEATURING - -
' UlIll -
Q>-:K .. TW Awwtt.rs1.11..t

(E.1 ac. .l) GaADI A MiM eOO l_, Pt_*. CWtl d..et, ...... .sicswe 0..._ ,. a>..e- C-I -_ AM CW" trt. M*.l
THURSDAYS..... Oste.Wl K. ...-...., Rss" >.t .fL" '::':: 0- T-rA.dt... Ali .-,-.. C..e r *"*a*f y.*.':|*.V, Ortte.'*'"-tr.da..i. c-.a AMI C-...*..ta.O>l*.a.lTMVSSI

...R'd B.l...>.. e r..... ....... Asata..i St-.. t...... .....
9:00 am Holy Eucharist.: f/ _MILk &.-.. ....48 cs-... Csi 14.- .... .... T1woee 0....... r1o_ 'a'-at-.'st.
I PASSION SUNDAY, -- --ge r.-a. ..... _____g Capee-.. 1111M.rl ....... TV A..w.r .
It' 8:00 am Holy Eucharist. _I a.. ..... 5....." a c-.... TV ..d .......- 0.......
Family Eucharist & .. .... La-we -i.....
10:30 am 0...... .. Areel r..u w-. .. M.+..w
Sermon. Church School.' w.U......il c-... $....d .-r'.r..a.u-. a r..&. ow.. s lou.. ca0-.
4:00 pm Special Service & rs.-. ....._ LI..... "- .... .......

Sermon. Confirmation by

The'Rt.. Rev James L. Duncan BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITEDFor

Suffragan Bishop.
. WEDNESDAYS O f Further Information Contact Robert S. Cable

, .
7:00 am Holy Eucharist -- Sales Representative Phone 7781611Page
7:30 pm Evensong & ? edl-

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I March 12, 1964 THE ISLANDER, Page 7



I ISLAND REAL. ESTATE I


i M a MMMMM aapa Ma a a
NICE HIGH LOT.- $1,850 TERMS SPECIAL Home BargainIn EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS
GOOD residential section of Anna Maria
3 BEDROOM, GULFFRONT HOME a two-bedroom cottage in nice condition with
two beautifully landscaped lots.All for 8000.
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT OR HOME DICK
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
Shown by Appointment Only -
&M Building 778-2614 Anna MariaA WAGNER

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR

COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 REAL BUY
SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brok.r.Sal.sman..778-21S6
Modern 2 Bedroom CB Home REALTOR
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
with Gas Heat & Airconditioning.

Close to Beach & Shipping Center LOTS LOTS LOTS

Select your homesiteat EXTRA LOT INCLUDED We havel54lotsALLforS500eo]

$11,50O FURNISHED
KEY ROYALE These MUST BE SOLDALL
OWNER WANTS OFFER
and BAY PALMS THESE LOTS arc In Holmes Beach with
CANALFRONT--Three or Four Bedrooms;
Three Baths Florida Room Central Heat
; ; ;
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City Water Available. Great Opportunity for
/ 7'/ Double Garage; Swimming Pool and Many
Many Extras including Furniture & Covered INVESTORS BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS!
Q 19a Boat Dock.
--A Chancc-of-a-Llfctlmel TOTAL PRICE
JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED

ReAL ESTATE BROi
;; -'; 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach Contract Terms with 6% Interest. MAKE
_' ar
YOUR MOVE NOW.No Offers.Cash Accepted.
JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD
PALMETTO
Key Royale Canal HomeA

BRAND NEW. NeverLlvcdln.3edroom
64 BRADENTON Home.Two large charming baths;living room;
dining room; kitchen; breakfast bar; utility
41 room with den space; air conditioned and
684 centrally heated; garage and an over-sized
301TO porch with exceptional water view. Owner
SARASOTA called North is sacrificing this excellent
property for Just $21,5OOI
48 SEAWALL WATERFRONTLOTS Bay Manor HomeA

-- $4,000 to $12,500 DANDY. 2-Bcdroom CB Home. Very nicely
furnished and completely redecorated. New
roof. Nice view of Gulf.Death in family causes
17 NON-WATERFRONT LOTS
sale of this fine home. A genuine bargain for
$2,900 to $4,500 ONLY S1Q.3OO.- Attractive terms. BEAUTIFUL 2-Ucdroom Home on Sarasota
Anna Maria Day--wlch more than 200 Feet of Sea walled
Water Frontage. All-gas kitchen with the
HOMES ALSO READY FOR HERE'S AN UNUSUALLY FINE OFFERING: latest appliances. Large Dining and Living
Frame Cottage on a solid concrete slab-- Room, and two tiled baths. A retirement
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY In excellent condition--two bedrooms and dream. Shown by Appointment Only--
large general purpose room. Living &Dining PI\lCE--$33OOO--Good Terms.
rooms and LARGE kitchen. Front and rear
porches. Desirable neighborhood, with nice
view of Gulf. Now reduced--with complete t
furnishings Included--to Just 7500.

JACK MARSHALL Realtor

MODEL HOMES OPEN DAILY M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria



BRAND NEWICO We Are Celebrating!

Home: 2 Bedrooms
1-1/2 Baths Central
Meat Closed Garage MARCH 17
Boat Docking Privilege.
Lot 9Ox 10O. 13500. .,.
i W. Are 2 Years Old v, -...- ,
;? I TWO-HKDROOM Homo with rUe b4th. Florida
Georfl Wofor ( 53 Apartment Homes Completed Room; Air Conditioning. Stainless Steel
Electric Bulli-In Kitchen. Block from Beach.
.
REALTY 47 To Go Boat Dock. Large Loc. Taxes $75. Price
.r y '- furnished 12000. $2.OOO Down. Balance like
(Island Shopping Center .n Rent.
PHONE 778-2444
Or WRITE BOX 1012AH.MA 1De Soto-SS 'Padl/ --' r
MARIAc.
...a::.w..i.r, rw*......
AU._ Pik. A*..<....

YOU CAN'TBEAT f Invite You To 71ff

THISIII3BR2Bath LJ/d1
Home on
Bay Blvd.. Anna Maria-
Air conditioned. Good SEASIDE GARDENSMore
Heat...Lovely View...
Large Lot. It has TWO
Kitchens & C41nea.Uybe
made Into Income prop- than S6OO.OOO of new money already Invested In
erty If desired.It's furnished Seaside. Gardens and 100 new residents are spendingmore NEW Tbr.-It.edl'oom. Two Bath Home on
tool 1 SEE THIS than S2OO.OOO s year with nearby merchants and Canal at 7Ist Street, Holmes Ueach.Open far
TODAY FOR ONLY service people. In..pecUJft.I's.c.. ONLY S2.,5001Canasaume
$13.900. Mortgage of f I6.OOO-- CLOSING COSTS I
ONe OF T1IK BEAT BUYS WK HAVE BEEN
Call Ralph Parrishor ABLE TO OFFER IN SEVERAL YEARS!
Peggy MoorsParrish Order Yt.r H... NOW
*.._.... s..
.shy Prices from $9,000 to $15,000 RETOFI

P.O.PI.....AM*.*.**. with no hidden charges 2217 Gulf Drive, Brocfanfon Beach

771-1902. 7T-2I2I 778-2663 or eve. 7781464Thursday



8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday. March 12, 1964

_ ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


KEEP YOUR CITY CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE .A. ':r


CLEAN DANDY CARDS I
J-TA1MDY, : for Everyone bv NORCROSS

Don't Be A Litterbug JEWELRYHANDBAGSHATSM
OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

ABIS Call 778-2012 EVERY DAY

ISLAND ,. Free Gift & Mail Wrap
R. C. SCHUCHARDPiUMBINO
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810 -
dddk Lending Library
.. CONTRACTOR \/y I j' .W. SAd., r 1.Mf DwrtM
5306 HOLMES,BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH \ ," ,,,71._::..:I '-
dry cleaning
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES.PUMPS REPAIRS
ade ?lee2IUe ieeed

professional or coin operatedAT
9E ;, "GERMAINE"
E .
7f/IUa THE SAME TIME DO YOUR ; ''Sheath . .

ALLCHANNELPORTABLES, Laundry Shoe Repair scoop neckline . .

--. '=, finished & Pick-Up Station I low back . .
-or- molded bra.
Remember coin operated y .

J 1 F: .rr' ,) COLOR TVDemonstration atHOLMES '# ; GERANIUMPRINT
;w
:! : ,1
,.
**** BEACH "r BENGALINE
., ,
I1964 I/,,,, ,/lU'' 3 +
ZENITH ;::;,;u' I Ii ..... :1'-:'- .?
' :::::;:...,I."," ;:::"' :(..: J it coin laundry r .
l. QUALITY ,;,;,;,;,m',,,':''',"j,,,',' / GL.yon.y Sizes: 10-18
RADIOS '", '"": . c...:;
.. ,:,::,..,,,d'.;'. ::r."
X'.. -r CookinCrystals
ISLAND TV 778-1703 A NEW CRAFT In Your Home Oven
For molds you can use any tin/aluminum.or pyrex
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. cooking dish. When the plastic cools it shrinks
with loud "pops and crackles" and separates P1aMPI.
from the moldl) . no sticking of any kind. .. -r' --- -
iZC .-r1I,. ,CAlonown 778-1161

PITTSBURGHNew
FOLDING' BIOS*BABY CJUBS
WE RENTHIGH :
BrB 778-1020 fLAY fENS DIATCBS
j Line SUNSET r' Ra c.....S1 v_ CHAIRS 1 LINENS STROLLERS SUNBATHING COTS MAMXITS
C Mco-.I4
Linen Rental Service 778-1+72
214-54th St. Holmes BeachHuffine's
Exterior House Paint $4.98 gal
Beachwear
- Standard Service
Latex Wall' Paint $3.98 gal
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
BEACH COATS $2.98$3.39$3.98BEACH
Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 galHdMts CALL 778-1771
TOWELS JUMBO $2.98
night 778-1440

?dt 4Are 'I LARGE $2.19 ANN (Maria Island's Only
BEACH BAGS LINED $1.98
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tech Supplies Inc. BEACH MATS STRAW 98< LICENSED DEALER
j BuickRamblerDodgeDodg&OartPlymouth
778-1131 VARIETY"sTORi"778-l03l 1

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Don't Wait Until Someone Walks

Through Your Glass Doors.


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..r NEW AND DIFFERENT LINE
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4o" MEDICALEXPENSES AND DO IT NOW!!

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1"r OPEN ilL 8:30 p.m. WEEKDAYS
Manatee County Water

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