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: November 19, 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: VID00251
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
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THE VOICE OF ANTf MARIA ISLAND ? \. \\\ \R'( {

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No. 680 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1964 TEN CENTS

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B. B. City PI.r Yot.r .....tstratioa .Islaad, ABO loa.host

Silt Ssttltd !I. .r. ..lo. Beach Honor StvdtBts.

According to Bradenton ":" \(, Bradenton Beach City A number of Island and
Beach Mayor Henry Meu- : ; ;; Clerk Mrs. Sophie Caro- Longboat Key students at
nier. the suit by the city \J!, thers calls the attentionof Walker Junior High and
against the lessee of the 4'' all residents of that Manatee High have been
city pier has been settled. :... \'.''.., city to the reregistrationthis named to the honor roll
Meunier said this week 'ji':frw; .:' year. and dean's list for the
that a meeting was held \ :A' All voters of the city first quarter of the school
Friday by the mayor and must re-register in orderto year.
Walter R. Talley the city be eligible to vote in The Walker list includedthe
attorney and Howard the city election on Dec. 1. following: Paul Waldo.
Miller lessee of the pier, Mrs. Carothers said that Jeff Boyd Susie Cobb
and his attorney James more than 600 voters had Carol Levenson Melanie
Wallace of Bradenton. already re-registered. Woodland. Eloise Bruce. .
Meunier told reporters."Arrangements more than had been on Debra For n e y. Nancy
were the previous list of voters. Fuller Donna Holmes,
made and the existing but that she knew of many Greg Borden and Rolfe
lease was canceled by who had not yet re-regis Maxon.
mutual consent at no cost tered. Those on the Hat at
to the City of Bradenton .. The city office will be Manatee High wore Mary
Beach. The city has authorized open from 5 to 9 p.m., Ann Barton Alan Blessing -
withdrawal of the Thursday. Nov. 19, for Clyde lager., Kenneth
suit." voters to register or re- Waldo. Tom Leonard,
The city's action against , register. Final date for Robert Levenson Lynn
Miller stemmed from the -- *. ,tf._ registration before the Prltchard. Elinor Manoy.
lattera refusal to make : : election will be Friday. Judith Schick Jan Nor-
repairs to the pier which I .I' ,,. Nov. 27. with the officeto wood, Sue Hutchina and
the city claimed he should / ] A C. close at noon.S.cI.1 Margaret Drew.
under terms of his lease. ;;j
Island Garden Club
Miller leased the pierIn J, TheaksilvlBfChircb ,
September. 1959. The 1&g i'''!'!"",. ....... ... The Island Carden Club
pier Is a section of the I" \ Services will hold its regular
old bridge which providedthe A Union Thanksgiving monthly meeting at 6i3O
only highway accessto Worship Service will be p.m., Friday, Nov. 20, at
the Island for many .L held at Roser Memorial the Island School.
years prior to the openingof _ _ _ _ _ Community Church at James Wallace of Bra
the two new bridges In 9:30 a.m., Thursday Nov. denton, president of the
1957. FREDERICK C. HUTCHINSON, 19191964Baseball's 26. Norman Reasoner Chapter -
Meunier said that In the Churches participating of the American
future the pier will be in the union service with Hibiscus Society will be
operated under the super- Fred HutchiHsoH, Popular Island Roser Church, will be the the speaker at the meet- ;
vision of the city and that Island Baptist Church and ing. ,

no charge of any kind will Resident Loses Year To Cancer Harvey Memorial Community Wallace's talk on the _
be made to those using it. Long Fight Church. hibiscus will be preceded
He added that the city is The Rev. Lee Ratllff of by a covered dish dinner,
now soliciting bids for The Island lost one of its spire. In the past season Detroit team In 1946 and the Island Baptist Church and all interested Island
repairs to the pier. best known and most pop- as Illness forced him to for the next several years will give the message, resident are invited to
ular residents last week relinquish active leader- won from 13 to 18 gamea with the Rev. Arthur W. attend.
Readings For First when Fred Hutchinson of ship of the Reds his a season. Slmma of Harvey. Church Club President Emmett
Sch.d.i.d. Holmes Beach succumbed players resolved to "win He also was American and the Rev. Richard K., Smalley has extended a
Play' after Wiggins of Roaer,assisting special Invitation to all t
a year long bout with it for Hutch. In a dramatic League player representative -
of In the service. new residents of the Inland ,)
Director Harold Igo cancer. stretch drive they helping to gain or
the Island Players has During the 14 years he fell only one game shortof solidify player beneflta Special Thanksgiving with the assurance t
announced that readings lived on the Island.Hutch. winning the pennant. such as minimum salary music will be furnlahod that they will enjoy a fine
for parts In the Players'first In the baseball"of sea- The qualities that attracted training camp expense by a combined choir from meal an Interesting and
production of the son, took an active part major league and pension funds.In aU throe churches under Instructive talk and a
year will be held at the In the life of the Island attention in his first sea July 1932. while still the direction of Mel Aklns. real welcome from their
Anna Maria Community community. lie was especially son as a professional were an active player Hutch The special Thanksgiving Island neighbors.
House at 8 p.m.. Friday. active in helping clearly evident In his high was named to replace Red offering received at High Twelve Club
Dec. 4. to provide recreational school days. Pitching for Rolfe aa Detroit manager, the service will be given
The play will be "The facilities for the young Franklin High Hutch led with the team in eighth to the Manatee County The Island High Twelve
Gazebo" described as a people, and worked long the team to two Seattle place.lie brought the team Ministerial Association Club will meet at the
"c am e d y, melodrama- hours toward the building high school champlon- up to fifth place In the for Us Religious Workshop Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat

murder mystery play." of the Island Youth Center. ahips. lie won 60 games next three seasons, and Fund. 2O noon when Thursday officers Nov.of
new
It will require a cast of lie was born in Rainier and lost only two aa a then returned to the coast
the club wlU be elected.
eight men and four women Beach Wash., and spent schoolboy pitcher. to manage the Rainier, fplicepfll Strvlca Annual of officers
reports
and Igo has expressed the his early life there. A After high school, he and led the team to the A special Thanksgiving and committee chairmen
hope that all Islanders baseball star at Franklin played a summer of semi- Coaat League pennant In service at the Episcopal also will be read.
interested in Little Thea- High School he broke Into pro baseball and enrolledat 1955. Church of The Annunciation. The new officers and
tre will register and read professional baseball with the University Wash (Continued on Page 3) will take place at directors will be Installed
for parts. the Seattle RainIers. ington. lie signed with the 4 Nov. at a meeting in December
Tsr.. Arr.st. 10 a.m.. Thursday.
As usual the Players His professional career Rainiera the next winter .J
the
:26, with special Thanksgiving Thursday evening,
will produce three plays spanned more than a quarter for $2SOO and 20 percentof At Tfc. AacbtraM music. club's annual card party
during the winter. of a century besides the price U he were Three agents of the state will cake place at the
four aold to a major league alcoholic beverage con-
year a military ser
die Manatee
pavilion at
Isl... 'I.,.,. T.. vice in World War I I. club. trol department and Anna La...,.. Stfvlca County Beach with 240

Everyone on me Island After a successful major In his first season with Maria Police Chief Chuck In keeping with Lutheran persona expected to at-
interested In Little Thea- league pitching career the Rainiera. be was a Stowera, arrested three Church tradition throughout tend. Proceeds from the
is invited attend the he achieved sensation with a at The Anchorageon .
tre to with Detroit, pitching persons the country Gloria event will be used for
annual reception and tea even greater success asa 25-7 record. lie won his Friday evening. Del Lutheran Church will a Christmas} dinner fee a
of the Island Players. The manxger. 18th game of the aeaaon Held under S5OO bond hold a Service of Thanksgiving large group of children Ina
tea will take place U the In 1961. be was named on his 18th birthday and for allegedly serving alcoholic at 10 a.m.. Thurs special school class In
Anna Maria Community Major League Manager of at the end of the aeaaon.be beverages to day Nov. 26. Palmetto
House from 3 to 5 p.m.* the Year after leadingthe was sold to Detroit in minors waa Judith Ann Pastor Lester M. Via
Sunday Dec. 6. Cincinnati Reds to a $100,000 deal Vaughn 23, oI10.11dJAyenue "Ibe
will preach on
Officers of the Players their first National League lie spent the next year at Wear, Bradenton. Traditional Moaning of POLICE 110.1
say: "This event will pro- pennant In 21 yeara. Toledo and at Detroit Carolyn Pave Lewis, Ja, Special
Thanksgiving.
vide an opportunity for all Before that be bad been winning three and losing of Cortex was chargedwith music will In order to eliminate '
our old friends to meet manager at Detroit and six for the parent club. presenting a fraudulent be Thanksgiving confusion when ;Island.:
And renew acquaintances, St. Louis, and for a year The' next season he won identification and presented.. . police on the
and to welcome newcomers and a half managed his even for Buffalo,and bad possession of an alcoholic all residents when In
to the la land." old team tbe Rainiera.In a 3-7 record at Detroit.In beverage and posted a l.......f Is IflBtf Cfcfp.1.1A need of a policeman
Mrs Bruce Ralston a the Pacific Coaat League.An 1941 he pitched the bond at SI00.PrederJc.k breaa- are aaked to call the
Players past president* Intense competitorand entire season for Buffalo W. Radmore last Thankaglving of "fried pancakes' office of tbe Manatee
lm chairman of the committee a natural leader and compiled a fabulous 18, of 2105-13th Street County Sheriff wfeichla
will be served from 73Oto .
arranging the tea Hutch won from his players 26-7 pitching: record with>> West Bradenton* postal 740-7121. The officer -
and reception. Member an admiration and a 2.44 earned run average. a bond of 15O on a charge 9 a.m.. at tn. Longboat called wtU then be
of the committee' have respect which very few After lour year In the of possession of an alcoholic bland Chapel follow with a snort I contacted by radio
service to
promised a gala event. managers are able to in- Navy" be returned to the beverage.


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x 111rr 'hells

r AND how does your garden grow?

1.L How often do you turn off Gulf Drive onto a side
w- 1 street or take a drive around the Island to look at
the homes and gardens? In some of those gardensyou
will see most unusual plantings.Last .
week I drove through the Haver-
kos Court area and saw beautiful
"1 '.:, citrus trees loaded with fruit. With
- no protection from the winds of the
Bay oranges grapefruit and lemons
weighted down the limbs of young
trees. In the same garden a long row
of banana trees were fh various stages of maturity
and a number of papaya trees were heavily laden
with fruit. In front of the Dobbes home was a
Ii jasmine in bloom. This was not an ordinary plant. ,
Although its flowers looked exactly like the night]
blooming species they were open and fragrant In
full sun. Flitting from flower to flower were hun
dreds of Monarch butterflies. What a spectacl
Why don't you take a side-trip occasionally?You]
be surprised at the beauty you'll find. j

,
.., ; In the past few years Key Royale has developeand <
.' built homes with magnificent exterior plantings
-r 9 Notable among these are the new and beautlfi
u "Desert Gardens." These are elevated planting!
with boulders and pebbles making an attractive
.i.iia r+ ground cover and displaying to full advantage]
palms various cacti dracaenas and yucca. Do se<
the Nunns circular garden at 51 72nd Street
particularly good example of this kind of planting
These gardens do not demand much water but will
not get upset with lots of rain.

Recently a man stopped me at the post office an
said "I wish you would quit writing that -
column of yours." In amazement I asked why.
rA''d "Because my wife reads it every week and then]
ii + makes me do exactly what you say should be done."
Sorryl! Get your back in shape again!

a Many of us who loved the Spring
flowers in colder climates insist on
Picture at top was taken in 1961 as Hutch returnedto planting tulips in Florida. During a
the Island after his Cincinnati Reds won the cold winter several Islanders have
National League pennant. Left to right are J. D. been successful with these bulbs. Be
Webb Mayor Pete Niles of Holmes Beach Hutch brave I This may be the year. Bulbs
Mrs. Hutchinson and Jo-Jo, youngest of the four should be refrigerated at about forty
Hutchinson youngsters. Lower picture taken at degrees for 60 days before planting..
testimonial dinner for Hutch at the Holmes Beach Most garden authorities agree that the proper
Yacht Club shows the successful manager flankedby planting time is between Christmas and New Years
Tampa television personality Guy Bagll (left), Day. Darwin is the best species for Florida. In]
and baseball personality Joe Garagiola who entertained many Island gardens Dutch Iris bloomed success-(
at the dinner. (Islander Photos by Bauman) fully last Spring at the same time as the tulips.
These bulbs can be planted three inches apart!
three inches deep and usually will bloom about
L- three months after planting. Feed both iris anc'
tulips every two or three weeks alternating wit'
y t_r'+ bone meal and sheep manure.

The following creed was read by Mrs. HaroU
Hayes when she opened the meeting of the Ann;
Maria Garden Club:
"Help us, 0 Lord to grasp the meaning of all
growing things the mystery of opening buds and
i winged seeds--that we may weave it into the
'. ?s tissue of our Faith in Life Eternal. Give us
wisdom to cultivate our minds as diligently as we
nurture tender seedlings and patience to weed out
envy and malice as we uproot troublesome weeds.
Teach us to seed steady root growth rather thana
fleeting culture and to cultivate those traits
which brighten under adversity with the perennial
ti( p r loveliness of hardy borders. Thank God for
gardens and their message today and always."

See you next week

Fred Hutchinson in Informal pose while working on i-GINNIE
the building of the stadium at the Island Youth
Center. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
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Gathered here Saturday
to pay their last respects
% of
to Fred Hutchinaon were The Islander
the elite of the baseball
world. An Independent Weekly published every T1tursdey

1. Manager Al Lopez of by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
the Chicago White Sox and 314 Pine Avenue. Anna Mode Idawo" Florida
Mayo Smith an executive
EDITOR K1MBALL
with the New York Yankee _STEVE
chain. 2. Owner Dill De- f ADVERTISING MANAGER_M RGE K1M1AIL
: Witt (center) of the Cincinnati '$ti1 MAIL ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737,Anna Marta Florid
L4. Reds, with Reds j TELEPHONES 77S-2O21.
+'v pitcher Lefty O'Toole.
'" SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S.. $3.50per
and catcher Bruce Ed : rear; %2 for mix month Canada.
wards. 3. Dill Veeck. a $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES* ,
former owner of several *l per column Inch. Discount of ten :::: s.e
major league teams with percent for alxconaecuci-ve insertion JS ti
Deacon Dill McKechnieof if paid bf tench of following month. -A ..
National or aa-nc7P1aced ac .en1atnc.
Dradenton, former major
SlJ6p column tnth.aat.at .
league player and mana x -ass....- .'iTW
ger.4.. Former sluggerand CLOSING TIMEs NOON. TUESDAY.
baseball executive. ItMeI'1 d .. Second Claaa II'r
Hank Creenberg (Islander 1M Act of March 3. 1*79.r .
Photos by Ed Bauman) Hutch and son Joe at Eta dedication of the Retail*
Scaxnlo Memorial Sodium me Island Youth' ____r. IiANRT1I t 1RtTY't ONLY MtMli AlIhO. Mf ifR.
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_. Thursday November 19, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

FRED HUTCHINSON. . Walter Evers George held Wednesday afternoon
(Continued from Page 1) Tebbetts William Mc- at Shannon's Bradenton _
In 1956 Hutch returnedto Kechnie Sr., William Mc- Chapel with the Rev. W. Stone Crab -z
the majors this timeas Kechnie Jr., Dr. George R. Lesser pastor of the LawSeveral
St. Louis Cardinal Ballou J. D. Webb Ben- FirstCongregationalChristian q
manager. The Cards fin- nie Scanlo Frank Slocum Church officia- fishermenhave

ished fourth that year and Jim King Bill Veeck.Joe ting. . requested The
second In 1957. Late In Garagiola and Hank ISLANDER to publishthe
the 1958 season with the Greenberg. Capt. JAMES L.BLAIN conservation ruleon (
team In fifth place he was 77, of Gulf Park. Bradenton taking Stone Crabs. 4
replaced as manager. He MRS. MABLE GRACE Beach died at his According to folder
returned to Seattle as the BLAKEMAN 92, of 512 home Friday. Nov. 13. circulated by the State
manager and general Spring Ave.. Anna Maria Born in Oscoda Mich., Board of Conservation
manager but resigned In died at her home Friday he moved to Bradenton Division of Salt Water
July to become managerof Nov. 13. She moved to Beach from St. Ignace Fisheries Stone Crabscan
the Reds.Cincinnati. Anna Maria two years ago Mich. eight years ago.He be caught ONLY
finished fifth from Va. She retired ofa
Richmond was a captain from Oct. IS through
that season and sixth in was a retired bookkeeperand Great Lakes freighter.He May. A four-inch claw
I960 but upset all pre- stenographer.She was a member of St. may be taken from the
dictions the member of Bernard Catholic Church
by winning was a
male crabs ONLY! No
pennant in 61. Hanover Avenue Christian and of the Knights of
Fred Hutchinson is sur- Church of Richmond.She Columbus. females may be taken I Large loggerhead turtle. which had been Injured by
vived by his wife Mrs. is survived by a Survivors are his wife And no crabs of either the propellor of a boat washed up on the beach near
Patricia Finley Hutchinson daughter Miss Gladys Mrs. Anna E. Blain of gender can be speared. the Anna Maria Bay Park a few days ago. Earle Mur-
Sensible conservation
; a daughter PatriciaJo Blakeman of Anna Maria. Bradenton B e a c h; two dock of Anna Maria is examining the turtle.Gary's .
practices make it very
Hutchinson;three sons, Funeral services were daughters Mrs. Vern
that these
Frederick C. HutchinsonJr. held at Griffith-Cline (Margaret) Houghton and rules important be followed--if Simland Garden Center
., John F. Hutchinson Island Chapel Monday Mrs. Kenneth (Betty) those stone crabs taste
and Joseph L.Hutchinson; afternoon with the Rev. Metcalf both of Grosse good this year--It will 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
two brothers. Dr. John L. Richard K. Wiggins pas- pointe Woods Mich.; two
be nice to have some
Hutchinson of San Fran- tor of Roser Memorial sons Harold Blain of around for next yearl Petunia, Snap & Tomato Plants Ready
cisco and Dr. William B. Community Church of- Bradenton Beach and William -
Because of the wanton
Hutchinson of Seattle anda ficiating. Interment was Blain of Garden City waste of stone crabs in GARDEN
sister Mrs. Mary in Richmond. Mich., and two sisters
the area conservation TOOLS cycolac plastic
Crosetto of Bellevue Mrs. Edward (Edna)Hey- enforcement officers
Wash.A MRS. MARIAN COIL thaler of St. Clair Mich. will be on he Island in guaranteed: under normal use-no rust worries
memorial service was CRUIKSHANK 67,of 2315 and Mrs. Walter (Selene)
the next few days to
held at Roser Memorial Gulf Dr.North Bradenton Meiselbach of Detroit. liaxptaslvt-ExctlUit CbrlstMai Gift
check on the situation.
Community Church Sat- Beach died at Manatee Griff ith-Cline Island Fish Taxidermy-Mike Hciser 746-74O2
urday afternoon with the Memorial Hospital Monday Chapel was in charge of
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins Nov. 16. A native of local arrangements. Fun-
pastor officiating.Burial Ohio she moved to the eral services and burial
was In Mt. Olivet Ceme- Island from West Virginiain were in St. Clair.Reasoner THE JILL-NEW
tery in Renton Wash. 1952.
Honorary pallbearerswere She is survived by a & 1TJ FRIGIDAIRE -
William O. DeWitt.j nephew Emory Coil of iil -
j Richard Slsler, Reggie Bellevista La. :
Otero James Turner Funeral services were
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e 4_ THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 19, 1964
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S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. r""
All About PeapI . Carpenter of Dayton Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. D! A"
Daggett of Lakewood Ohio...Mr. and Mrs.
MR. AND MRS. W. S. REDFIELD William
ISLANDERS W. King of Orlando and party.
are expected to return to the Island
MR. AND MRS. JAMES
PURSE of
Painting by Mrs. Hudson
RETURN next week from Brldgton.Me.,where Ohio
were guests for a few days last week of Mrs.
Varley to
Harry Purse-
they have been for several months. ,
HOME MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM LIND- be a door prizeat tl4 parents Mr. and Mrs. Rene L. Redon of Crescent
Holly Berry Drive Anna Maria. Other recent guests of Mr.
SAY of Cedar and
Avenue Anna Maria
Mrs. Redon have been Mr. and Mrs.
Bazaar to take Peter Sato
are now occupying their home on the Island until rvf
May after a summer and fall spent In Minnesota.MR. place at the par- Brooklyn N. Y.MISS
AND MRS. HAROLD BRICKER have returnedto ish house of the 1' NEWS ABOUT MARY DOBBE daughter of Mr.
Church of The and Mrs. Frank Dobbe of
their home at Seaside Gardens Holmes Beach Haverkos
after six months In Denver Col. Annunciation on ISLAND Court Holmes Beach is one of the 22
Friday Nov. 20. !; Manatee High students who will
MRS. CHARLES HOWATT of Closter N. J. has playa
(Islander Photo) NEIGHBORS part in the nuns'chorus in"The
back Sound
come to Anna Maria for the winter and is *
of Music/ which
occupying her home on North Shore Drive. will be presented at
the school auditorium on Dec. 4
and 5. She will
MRS. HARRY E. DEAM of Blrdsboro Pa. will have
arrive Thanksgiving week to spend four months with one of the four speaking parts to be played by mem-
bers of the chorus that of the
her son. Dr. John H. Deam and his family. Mother Superior"
Tickets for the musical be
may purchased from
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Gail
VISITORS and Mrs. E. J. Saunders of Scotts- V. E. Miller of Indianapolis...Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Mellln Fran Niesman or Miss Dobbe.
ON THE vile Ky.HALEY'S. Smith of Houston. Texas...Mr. and Mrs.Robert C. HELEN PETERS of Shell Drive Holmes Beach will
MOTEL: L. J.Powers of Barton of Lebanon.Mo...Mr.and Mrs.Tom Murphyof portray the part of Madame Dominique Beaurevers in
ISLAND Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hollywood.. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Miller of the Manatee" Players' production of "A Shot In The
Harrlss of Waynesboro. Va. Baltimore...Mr. and Mrs. John G.Kernan of Lake- Dark, adapted by" Harry Kurnitz from Marcel
ROD &: REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. view. Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marsden of South Achard's "L'Idiote. Mrs. Peters has been a guest
Williamson of St.Petersburg and family...Mr.and Portland. Me...Mrs. Lester Dor holt of Champlln, director for the Island Players for the past three
Mrs. John Brockman of Tampa on their honeymoon Minn...Miss Janet Ashborn of Largo. years and will direct the Players' third production
...Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Owens of Port Char- EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.Bruce H. Pollitt of the coming winter season.
lotte...T. C. Williams and John McCary of Tampa of Covlngton. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. L. Anlten of COL. E. V. CHANDLER of Bay Boulevard Anna
...Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Humanek of Hialeah... Allen Park Mich...Mrs. James T. Greene Jr.and Maria returned home a few days ago from Bay Pines
Mrs. M. A. O'Hearn of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs.Paul Mrs. John Stlvey of Tampa...Mrs. Carl Llghtfoot. Hospital, St. Petersburg where he underwent treat-
Pollard of Apollo Beach. Mrs. Donald Wheeler Mrs. Frank House and Mrs. ment for several days.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Kirkpatrick of Orlando...Mrs. Eugene May of LT. COL. WALTER P. JENKINS of 241 Chilson
McElroy of Centerville Ohio...Mr and Mrs. A. Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wiley and Avenue Anna Maria and his son, Walter Jr. were
Slsco of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Danforthof Mr. and Mrs. J. Pittenger of Fort Wayne. Ind. Injured in a traffic accident in Sarasota Saturday
Elkhart Ind...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mosher of CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brownof afternoon. Col. Jenkins suffered a broken nose.
Seneca Falls N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Higgin- Truro Nova Scotia. some damaged teeth and several facial cuts, and his
botham of Deland and family...Mr. and Mrs.R.A. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. T. S. son had a broken leg. Both were hospitalized in
Welles of Lakeland..Miss Isobel Mercy and Miss Dedcus of Keene. N. H. Sarasota and on Monday" evening their condition was
Dorothy Robinson of Kearny N. J. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. F.G.Driscoll called "not serious.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. of White Bear Lake Minn. "
Charles J. Svoboda and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kec ofHlnadaJe. FLEETWOOD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Harold _HE FINEST IN FRENCH. CUISINIn
111...Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Harrington Smith of Warren Pa. In R.w.nlte Pw.u.ciel nct At..ph...

of Rosedale L. I., N. Y...Mrs. E. J. Hammond BRUNNER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.John W.Gallagher ,. ClJbant 1air
Mrs. Harry Ledford and Miss Betty Hammond of of Cincinnati. ,
Miami. MR. AND MRS. GORDON BURGHARDT JR. are NORTH END OF LONCBOAT KEY
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burg- Laacfceoa at 12-Diaaer ml 6 P.M.
and Mrs. O. J.LaDucer of Sarasota... Clo..d Monday.Sarasota 380-2805 I
Mr.and Mrs. hardt after being; on the West Coast for a year.


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Thursday. November 19. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page :5

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Real Estate SalesMr. Holly Barry Bazaar


and Mrs. T. H. Mrs. A. F.S.Mackenzie 4s tlowllngleagues

Rickerson of New Castle will be the general chair- 1ri;*

Del. recently purchased a man of the Holly Berry W 4
water front lot on Key Bazaar of the EpiscopalChurchwomen
Royale and plan to move of the ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE ,
last place Island Furniture Center
there permanently withina Church of The Annunciation took all four points In Its match with

few months. Ralph Par- which will take placeat first bland plats Mixed Anna League Mart action City Pier Friday In

rish and Peggy Moore of the parish house of the ."""' .. High *core* In the match
Parrish Realty of Anna church from 11 a.m. until were Lefty MUler.Roy Fer 181.337.son. 188-491. and

Maria were the coopera- 4 p.m.. Friday. Nov. 20. Bayou Marina won three point from
ting brokers with Key Assisting chairmen are !land Marine Supply but the latter
I..m' one point waa .sufficient put
Royale Homes Inc. Mrs. Robert Moses food; It Into a first place tie In the standingswith
Mrs. Ann Maxl City P1... High
A. L. Genung. hats
;
.
.cor. In that match were Glenn
Other recent purchasesof Mrs. Francis Welsch. Safford. 19O. Ed .......koe. 474. for
water front homesitesin plants; Mrs. Roy Parker for the the winner loser, and. Frank .164-447. Bayou Marina team In the Island Mixed League. L, to

the Key Royale and Bay white elephants; Mrs. Other scores* _..., lalandTrad.r3. R: Rose & Ed Haverkos. Ed & Pat Geyer and Glenn

Palms developments have Joseph Hicks fancy hand S10 B e K Lloyd Hardware Hanson.1. (172-462k Bob Rslnel. 193- & Jo Safford. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

been made by Mr. and made articles and Mrs.H. Connlck' TV 3.Webb'.Island Pharmacy Bay Are. Insurance.Webb's bland
Mrs. Edwin Monez of M. Chapman summer 1. (Dick Connlck. 239-344; R. Fergueon. 1M Pharmacy I. (Lloyd Hanson.2O3.Earl
Frank Davidson. 19O-317K ? Drew 317| Bill Thlbodeau. J13-37OX
J. Elrod 1C
Morris Plains N.J.; Mrs. workshop. ISLANDER! PHOTO Schucbard Plumbing 3. Dick Wagner A. Mra...... 117 Island Bank 3. Pete R.ynard's Retaurant >
Sadie Smith formerly of Offered for sale will be By R.f*. Rexlexi Realty 1. (Ray Schuchard. 13 -4I7| L. MUler III 1. (Frank Davidson 17V-3JO
Bud HOltman. 176. Peg Hottman.415k Charts. Pike. |>>. K. P.Smith .16)
PUn 179P.
P. n
Ohio Mr. and for all hand- .
Dayton ; gifts ages: Linen R.nlal Service 2. Sand Bar 2. Flnfftn 177
Mrs. James Beaver of made picture books for 6.nll Food Sale (Phyllis Chapman 111. Pat Flanagan. e LEAGUE STANDINGS
Tropical VI.,. 29
313 187-463)
Charlotte N. C., and Mr. babies; felt toy men for Members of the Roser Andy RaarauMen.. . D. Connlck HIGH SERIES(MEN) 344U. Barou Marina 21

and Mrs. Clayton Bowerof small children; hand dec- Guild will conduct a food Anna Mart LEAGUE Pier STANDINGS 23Uland Miller 337 Cray'*. Econovaah 27
Holmes Beach. Jack orated and hand City P. Dvl4s 917 Island Marine y :26
gowns sale at the Island Shopping Marine Supply 23 D. Rslnel 316 Schuchard Plumbing 23VanOetenbrldg
Marshall Realtor of Anna made sacks and bootees; Center with the sale to bland Trader TV Service 24Connlck' 24 P. PUntn 313 Builder* 23
*
Maria was the cooper- hand knitted ponytail 10 R. Ferguson 191 Bay Area Insurance 21
caps start at a.m.,Saturday. Bayou Marln 24 w. warns tl9 island Bank ISThe
ating broker in one of the for pre-teen girls; chic Nov. 21. Offered for sale Dick Sand Bar 23 2JW.bb' B. Herka 474 ISLANDER 14Webb'
Realty
transactions. and sophisticated hand will be home baked pies Wagner. bland Pharmacy 21 A.L. Htneen Rmuen 463 462 Roar*Men's bland Club Pharmacy 13 13.3
made clothes for Barbee cookies Linen Rental Service 2OSchuchard 7.3
cakes bread Pete Reynard Reetaurant
Kiwanis MeetingThe Plumbing 19 .
THE WEEK'S SCHEDULE
dolls and Fashion dolls and baked beans as well B I K Hardware 19 A. M.City Pier Comtek. TV TOP TEN GAMES
Rev. Richard K. dressed in smart knitted as many other delicious Island Furniture. Center. 18 lslml Ptirmscy Wagner RealtySchuchr4 S. Ala 223C.
of Roser Plumbing Island Marina Wagner 214P.
Wiggins pastor outfits.An
foods. Co-chairmen for HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) IsUnd Trsder Sand BarB FLANAGAN 213
Memorial Community outstanding feature the event will be Mrs. P. Chapman 181 ft K I..d.*... I lean Menial B. Thibodeaw 213
Church will be the speaker will be a hat bar. where James Ward and Mrs. J.R.SafTord Haverkoe 173 177 Bayou Marina. Island. FurmltureBOWUNO E. Schmidt 212 206

at the meeting of the everything in head wear. Max Cole. C. Arkebauer 167 BRIEFS H.I. Nteelobedakl Wutchet 204
Island Kiwanis Club on from lace chapel to W.. MUler' 162K. After the league'* first round only B. Thlbodeau 2O3
caps Ferguson 139'
.even point*separate the first....Uat L. Hanson 202
Wednesday Nov. 25, when glamorous and becomingtulle D. Bower 139" place ...m.. . Congratulat__this 0. Dykatra 2OO
he will deliver his annual cocktail hats will be K.R. Haverkoe Ferguson 133 156 veek to Dick.Conniek. lot.his 239.__. . .
TOP TEN SERIESP.
Thanksgiving message to offered for sale. \ D. Bower 133 ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE FLANAGAN 343
the club's members and Other items available at HIGH SERIES Tropical Vlat von four point in It.match C. 113
r (WOMEN) .t.11
.
with Uland Marine Supply In B. S7OG.
guests. the bazaar will be: a wide K. Ferguson 464 Island Bowling League action Monday Dykatra 363
I assortment of Christmas R. Haverkoe 43O ...n a. and climbed Into first place T. Ed war da 344
Island. WOMQB'S Club D. Bower 4SOJ. In the .1........... High score* in the R. Ferguson 33J
ornaments and decorations Safford. 447 match were Roy F.r.--. |99( Tom A. King 331
All officers and com candles and some W. MUler U2 Edward. 334. and Jim Wulchet 20e. H. Nleelobedskl 341 .
Hottman 413
P.
mittee chairmen of the Andy ...aamuasen. 341.Oth.r.cor..ast B. Adair 343
412
unusual P. Chapman
plants. The ISLANDER 4. A. Raamuese 341
Island Woman's Club are D. Davidson 319B. .
the food itemsto VanOstenbrldge UulldersO.(Fat Flanagan. -
Among .
asked to attend a meetingof Guild 39 21 J.)*5| George D$..... 3t*>- WIBIfS SCHEDULE
be sold will be the C. Arkebauer 384
...
3631. NEXT island Marine
club's board of
the locally famous "Vicar's Schuchard Plumbing 3. Moser Men* V. Schuchard
directors to be held at ": HIGH GAMES (MEN) Club I. (St... AI... 2)3. Bob Adair ........yn.rd'. Bayou Marina
bread, cookies home- D. Connlck 239B. 343 ...._U Guild. 1.I.stt I......Pharmacy. ar w.e.
the home of Mrs. George Rslnel |92 '
made pies rolls salted BayoaMarlwa3.Gra.Ecawwa.hI.Gary island Bank Viet
c. Safford 190P. 'UI'aRC.T'b
Tann 203 -77th Street ( JI4.3>J| Charles) IMp Area
peanuts plum pudding Davidson 190 Weaver. 19311) .
at 10 a.m., Monday Nov. and other
23. many things. AI r.q QQ ILl QQ 11&& ..... 1

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HEADQUARTERS '1Q ie.

CIBISCUS Palms Trees IE HAYDEN, STONEIMCOMPOMATEO

PLANTING BUILDERAnna iD: EwVAVLIwMEO 1596
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'ietUt & ieeet Pic f MACEL. HINKLE C. C. CARTER! RAY P. DUPLeR
TRY JACK POLLOCK OTTO W. SPAHR AUDREY RAUCH
ON THE! BAY-AT THE NORTH END OP THE! ISLAND.
PRANK PERKINS. GEORGE R. WILSON
NEXT TO noo mart. wow.

New MAMAOCMCMTl PflAMK e, NELL CAVCMDtSM
Old SMACK RAN aecn e> SOrT Df'WK..Oe>.. Dwtly N 10 P.. Cortez Plaza.-Telephone 747.1811.

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ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

NOVEMBER -HIGH- -LOW-
Stretch PantsMatching h FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
I 11 .' 12.40.-.' 10..1 pw 2.4 Vlt -0.4 .O'f.' .* 1.3

70 r,O132r I.4 II.Us+. 2.1 4.03 -0.4 ...1. .** 1.<49
Blouses ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND 21 1*. 11.53..n2.74t SS eO.6 ..... .-..

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Page 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday November 19* 1964CHURCHES


LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE L.th.raa Charch Roser Memorial Church Fellowship Dinner, SundayRoser

Memorial Com- to take a covered dish. The reenactment of the
ST. BERNARD MISSION OP PUBLIC HEARING
A Public Haring will bo bold M the Loyalty Dlnnar munity Church will serve Following the dinner a distribution of the seven

(CATHOLIC) Holmes Beach City Office on Tuesday.December Members and friends of Its second Fellowship special Thanksgiving program kernels of corn the daily
Rev. Francis F. WelsmillerUASSt 1. 1964. st 7i3O PJrf.. to
consider two petition for re-zonInCl the Gloria Del Lutheran Dinner of the season at the and worship service portion of our forefathers

WEEKDAYS.aalD SUNDAY & 10 am 1. That the remainder GI land In Un- Church will gather at the church at 5:30 p.m., Sunday will take place at 6:15. will be part of the special

HOLY DAYSi S em & 6<< platted Area ft (approzlmacely4OOby5O with music by a All residents
pro 2 foot). bettor described M that Island School cafeteria at Nov. 22. Table service special program. of

WEDNESDAYS ROSARY & BENEDICTION 7I3O pm parcel at land lying between PeteReynard's 5:30 p.m., Sunday Nov. rolls and beverage number of families of the the community are invitedto

Yacht Club ands. Island will be and church who will attend and to the
Memorial ChurchNonDenominational Bank and bounded on tbe West by 22, for the congregation furnished present enjoy
Harvey Marina Drive and on tbo East by annual Loyalty Dinner.To those attending are asked Thanksgiving hymns. dinner and program.
( ) Sunrise Lane from R-l to C-3.
Bradenton Beach Commercial. be served by a committee .

R... A. W. SintmsSUNDAYS 2. Block 33. Uoxburst Subdivision of women of the
better described a* tbatp.realbound-
ed on oho Nortb by 31st Stroetj South church directed by Mrs.
9l3O am Sunday School by 3Otb Street West by Gulf Drives Vernon Lamp the dinner
and on the East by Avenue C. from a4
Oirletlan Science) Service R-3 to C-3. Commercial. will feature roast turkey.

A. M. Co m""vnlty Hove 3. Lou 1. 2. S and 6 of Block 38, The dinner will be spon-
Ilexburst Subdivision, boner described : -
sored the Stewardship
SUNDAY a. parcel of land bounded on the by
9tOO am Sunday Service North by Government Section Line Committee of which Dr. I
Soutb by 31st Street East by A venue Cj Edgar Huth is chairman.
and on the West by Gulf Drivel from
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Special Use and a-3.1O C-3.Commercial. Committee members will

"... L.. RetUff. Pastor the
Pauline H. Arcber. present congregation
FRIDAY JlOO pm Jr. CA City Clerk for consideration and ?,1'w7etae

SATURDAY adoption the "program of
TlOO am ".n.. Prayer Broaklaot INVITATION TO BID
SUNDAY! Sealed proposals for bids for the advancement" 1965
l3O am Sunday School following Insurance Cover...for tbe including a proposed bud-
lOtOO am Worship Service City of Bradenton Beach. Manatee
:
Sl3O pm Concord Choir County. State of Florida will bo get for current expenses -
61 JO pm Worship Service accepted: and opened at tbo December benevolences and debt
7i3O pm Youth Fellowship 3. 1964 meeting of tbo Bradenton
TUESDAY Deacb City Council. All quotationsmust service.
TlOO pm Church Choir cover tbo following items for toe Fifteen teams of two
WEDNESDAY following To Will
vear.
4lOO pm Intermediate CA Workmen. CompensationiComprehensive members each will begin Thousands of dollars have just gone out to members of our 1964
Thankaaivlna Fellowship
BI3O pm
Commercial LlabUIty. the annual every-member

Supper pm at Sunbeams Island School Cafeteria7lOO 000.. Liability Property limits damage of$3O.OOO S3.OOO-91OO.-eacbaccident. visitation the following Christmas Club. It's going to be fun having those year-end bills

Rose Memorial. Church 123.0OO sggr..at.. Such week for the purpose of marked "paid in full."
all
policy to cover tbo ClCyownodcr.
(N.r-D- Mslr etl....)) and . properties, as well as making further explanation -

..... Richard K. '.. ... : non-ownerehlp endorsement of the 1965 program
.... In hired cars and paasenger accident
P. and to receive the prom-
coverage CHRISTMAS CLUB
10.00 THURSDAYS am 1oI..b.r.hlp C__. .... Two City-owned trucks and one ise to support cards from Join Our
3.00 Ro..r Chorio'.ro police car to bo covered for liability visita-
the members. The
4.00 pM pm Census Choir In the amount of SSO/1OO.OOO. $3.000 Meet Neat Years Christmas lilt... Pay Your Taxes, or Accumulate Your Savings Tfc. Easy Way
7.30 pm Youth F.Uowohip property dam.... $3OO medical pay tion will be directed by MONEY DEPOSITED EACH WEEK FOR 50 WEEKS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES WILLIE
A.C.U. fire and
FRIDAY ments. comprehensive Earl Cromer.
.lOO pm Croup 7. Youth Room theft 910O deductible collision. RETURNED TO YOU IN THE FORM OF A CHECK WHICH WE WILL MAIL TO YOU
SATURDAY Further Information may bo obtained All members friends ABOUT DECEMBER 1st.
lOlOO am Food Sale Group 4 at the office of tbo City Clerk. 207 and membersare
SUNDAY First Street North Bradenton Beach. prospective Class 25 Members paying 25* a week for fifty weeks will receive ..$ 12.S0

10500 9100 am Sunday W.ohlp School S.rvtea Monday Florida through from S Friday.A.M. to 13 Noon Invited to attend the Class 50 Members paying 50< a w..k for fifty weeks will receive .......................$ 25.00
:: dinner. The proposed bud-
lists Worship Service Tbo: City of Bradenton Beachreserves Class 100 Members paying $ 1.00 a we.k for fifty weeks will receive; ..................$ 50.00

all 5.30 s :pili: Thank.q/vin Fellowship. Dlnn.r Proqram any or all tbo right bid to and accept to waive or reject all explained get will be by presented Russell and Class 200 Members paying $ 2.00 a week for fifty weeks will receive; ................?S 100.00

7500 Sr. Youth ". formalities Class 500 Members paying $ 51X3 a week for fifty weeks will receive; .$ 250.00 I
MONDAY Homer financial secretary -
City of Bradenton Beach Class 1000 Members $10.00 week for fifty weeks will receive; .$ ,
TlOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 Sophia L. Carothor. who will be assistedby paying a 500.00

TUESDAY TUO pm Bd. of Religious Edu. City ClarkDIVITATION Dr. Huth and the pas- Class 2000 Members paying $20.00 a week for fifty we.ks will receive; ..$1,000.00 )

lOiOO WEDNESDAY am -2lOO pm Mission Wksho.. TO BID tor of the church the Rev. Come in, call or write for detailed information :
THURSDAY Sealed proposal for bid for thefollowing
9l3O am Thanksalvlna! Union ..,. service to two trucks and Lester M. Utz. :
one passenger can One International
Church of Th. Annunciation quartsr-tam. and one Chevrolet Dump

(Episcopal) car.2-ton of. and tbo one City Chevrolet Bradenton passenger Beach. DRIFTWOODGALLERIES THE: BANK.

R.v. Gerald K. Lowe Rector Florida. Bid to be opened at tbo
THURSDAY Bradenton Beach City Council mooting
of December .
3. 1964.
9lOO am Holy Eucharist
SUNDAY NEXT BEFORE Regular Gasoline Interesting Unusual

ADVENT Motor HlabT.Coa01ln. Established April 25. 1961 ,
.lOO am Holy. Eucharist Oil-No. 1 Grad.Purtb.r & Treasured
1OOO am Family Eucharist & inlonn.tionm.boobtain04 ,
Sermon Churl aheolGt at the office of tbo City Clerk.Braden :
.
CREATIONS AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTION
.
ton Beech. Florida from AJ4. to
..'. Deil Cv! .".eIaat 12 loon. Monday. through 1fT...,.. HANDCXAFTSCARVINGS
\.u.He* m CViu..Klv The Cory of Ba..n o o n Beeete rees -
!-..... M. u,.. ...._ .' se the rlettc to aee.pt or reeate SCUUnURI On Anna Maria Island
"' y oc all bids an* to waive aU
v,4uw-oA.f. --Udoe. ... .. . ....
TOO CtoMMto c_." R' Ut r M Mrs tort. wee
MeeUftej
WUMoKvtlOt CUyetoeMa Bf.d..m. Bosh a.ylo poor loo M r ......... HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
." % ......., ....... u. C rt*e*. ,
O M* *,_....p> *.t.io* r... Cot__ Con.t ... a. 40tt St.
UllO. c..... "'-._._.l 1 M....fcs.: Fw....| Deposit !.>...route* Corporation
.
silo pm ....,." 0.._. UHCLASSIHIDdvsnc

UONDAYlTUO pm Training Session lor payment required '

EMV W.rk.rsTUESDAY' lln..-U.OO-80rf minimum Holmes Beach Ordinance No. 117 I

esis pm CeitoeKelleal C.... AVAIL.UI.I\JKAI..; SAL
THURSDAY! (Nov. *.) We're looking for an jjonsst, hard
lOlOOam THanhaelvtne Service wart.... man to start with urn l a the twit AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE PARKING trailer
thirty to park in any vacant lot.
ear* Call en fana.and grove OR
Lae .... owners. ** ..u.. PLACING OF HOUSE TRAILERS.MOBILE
*, t I.'. JfHs a..... a..rl. .munlcl-

rV"'-'|.*a ......) per palitle. day will and oar golf*COII.I'.........*. of Pour 1100per calls CITY HOMES OR TRAVEL TRAILERS WITHIN THE Section 6. Except for the prohibition against parking

lOiOO FRIDAY am .*..".. Group week tf you.. follow our plan. p.......... OF HOLMES BEACH; PROVIDING FOR in a vacant lot. boat trailers and self-propelled
repeat sale tooM. Car ... ENFORCEMENT THEREOF
SATURDAY : PROVIDING FOR vehicles
HOO pm Choir ......_..1 ParmlAS or grove .......Iooc.a= PENALTY FOR VIOLATION THEREOF designed for use primarily for transportation -
AND
SUNDAY! Exclusive territory, ....b l and commonly classified as sedans station
911 ft am Sustaay School account turned ovor to yaw Wonderfulopporturuty REPEALING ORDINANCE NO.3. wagons even though convertible
130 am Adult BMMe Class to ...aac.. Write fully to to living or sleeping
II tOO am WeeJils> So..... s> hub Dald...Sale......ge '.P.O.Boa quarters are not considered to come within the
.....*! "T>.. Meet Knows What 1103. Winter Csrden. nc..... ......- DE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN provisions of this Ordinance
T. Do With Quilt"Fellewlwe .-%H WV .C ou OF THE CITY OF HOLMES ; PROVIDED they are not
tro Sonson there will .V I' BEACH FLORIDA AS converted to, or used as living or sleeping quarters.
ha brief rfoaieallen aervlee far MOSBO. By the issoi err try" MOM.. FOLLOWS:
rew _."..al teetllu.sATTEND n 17 A
A .lNr'.t T WAIN- Section 7. Enforcement. It shall be the duty of the
TBNANCK Pd 0WINC,. TAIMMV4G. Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any house trailer City Marshal the Chief of Police and the
KOCING. FLOORS CtJLANKOft ? mobile home Zoning
POL home or travel trailer as defined In Administrator
ISItBO. WINDOWS MASHED b CtLSA individually and collectively to enforce -
THE CHURCHOF PKOMPT KPPtCIKNT SKRVlCB.plu* current zoning regulations to park anywhere within this ordinance.

.BASONABLJI KATKS-Ksfereic**. the limits of the City of Holmes Beach .
KKN P8LLOWS.. PtrONK T7 except
-arM
YOUR CHOICEFor .IOJt'.. -. a .Il specifically provided by this Ordinance. Under no Section 8. Penalty. Any person who shall violate

rw circumstances shall any such vehicle be used for fall to comply with of the
.
Cony. st-uI wAArke I stool.Clwrsll any provisions of this
.Nye Ns Ay... living or sleeping quarters. Ordinance shall upon conviction be punished
by a
the Holmes Beach -ah.. QiW SJ"Aft. r..taaSCAPS fine of not less than Five ($5.00)) Dollars nor more

Policy Call 74o-7121 FUACTI rom IIAI-E. 1.00 Section 2. A cargo trailer or semi-trailer may be than One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars, or imprisoned

BACH. Pt...s Mur..ey. 101 Pa.a A.. parked in a driveway or on a street provided no undue for not more than thirty (30) days or both at the

"Ja'lJft. NIoooeI, roar ...r.hrr ._ interference to normal traffic results, for the purposeof discretion of the Court. Each day that a violation is

LEGAL NOTICE /CM nlY'Ja&4.. esreiles" reslsoernl. ere, loading or unloading cargo or personal effects only. permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense.

ivaiAAue R,ni4 l'u>Vre
OJtCTOON. PWOCLAMATKMoH I. ...-y ...... su .......s by mo cay o-.cu. log or travel Section 9. Ordinance No. 3 is hereby All
or a repealed.
fee CKy off Broetoasos) -.. A.rtartas. $ e.lfJ Pa.a Ai -. A- trailer may be parked wholly within a completely ordinances or of ordinances
parts in conflict
tfcej .. HTM Twooasy' e* Uscimosr lrI enclosed with or
S& =air
DAi"--A garage.
t*+4. sear fcoun tfce fist sy' of Boo.-bar Inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance
I1. $100 ...... .
PM plw.tiller.
rawer' sjo.or.l. eCu..UI..... ... ..
IoeOe
0IIWS .... ....... are hereby repealed.
csllod o .* beM to dke City ofBrsaaaese n.. Section 4 A resident
"e1' of Holmes Beach who la the
) Bsocfc, r'-..*.......CB* 'i:1FT:
retlsamg officer* the CMy' of I aut. A1 U.I. Cos, bona fide owner of a house trailer mobile home
.........a a.oo o.w. c..w-.c. or P.t.ag.. ter.a.v ... or PASSED AND ADOPTED this 6th day of October
oW ......u... travel trailer obtain
TO 9/1Ts CoMstry. or Tvfte**. may a permit to park said 196"

A Caagmo from .u.'I... 1 see, 1M.yrWe W ...-usrr......-, .Bases... .,.'..11t.Jeoi.. trailer in a driveway or car port for the purpose of
par W of two poor., tt I, r& -.A .. loading or unloading equipment or
n. supplies only.Such
A c.-cu. oo from WTC n for spors.a /Merrill M. Trite President
77ra .
all ..
Loosooi'q will be
d poor. .... ...-, 0a.If. "........ permit Issued by the City Clerk when autho- Board of Aldermen
A Ca..rtlaafrom Wr4 *4 for. e ,,. rized by the in each
Mayor Individual
QDIX1Ia
..... of tw ,..,.. c-a. he case and will ATTEST
. .. eo..a. p. o4 ?ari.IN. a.. $ cover a period not
.. .. to exceed
..a ...-.... .eon.........o.w.eesas. .... ....tlo w, . .. FROT1tRZQ .... .... ...... The permit will be affixed ninety-six (96) hours. Pauline II.Arc.ber..
... ..... ..... D-ce..r ". M4. 'k& : prominently on the vehicle. City ClerkAPPROVED
All .olgs.4 ----. ofr.. Cry No more than two such permits may be Issued for the
.. ..
a.wu.a. .. alw ........
sg aira..cb erw .ltgr4. same vehicle in
one calendar
-- M .... ........ rats wW bScset AlfJ1 ... -7 Laoa any year. BY ME. this ocii day of October 1964
r.- y......w 1 P...._D.o.Mc ... <,_a /a/ Elmer G. Twist Mayor of
I. l9.4 .. 11M answao ..... I Section 5. It shall be unlawful for City Holmes Beach.
..... ..... Sol boa. ....... No -- ; OWi +.d any trailer cargoor Florida
sr.awe.1 ....... 0 .i itr..rry nw......, otherwise* house trailer mobile home or travel Pauline H.
l Archer City Clerk
.M....r V st.-_
.c.. nt n.-aaM.u.o>yl-

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November 19, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7



.1 ISLAND REAL ESTATE I IHey




Buy Me f Good Gulf ViewTwo ,.::y.; 'TIS TRUEI

I'm a BIG Highway-front Lot((80x125)in ) Bedroom Hono-AIr Conditioned This Is hard to believe, but there Is

Anna Maria close to the beach and Thermostatically Controlled Heat ,uul4._( a hoist for 54,3501 The d..It-o.rs.!
I zoned for either Single Home or Duplex.
All Electric Kitchen-Carport & Utility Room b.y.r COM make soMOthlafl off this.
I should bring $3,500 but you can have

1 me for just $2.500--with only$500 down Only $12,5OO-Furnished 3 Bedroom, 1% Bath Ho., Close to
and $40 per month. CALL MY AGENT
Holmes Beach Motel Site r> Reach, Completely Famished, 2 lots.
JACK MARSHALL Realtor
CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER ,._ WELl PRICED REASONABLE TERMS
& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria OWNER NEEDS CASH ../'iI'

WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR. ),

)UINA BUILDING PHONE 778 13 3
MODELS OPENS JOHN B. PROTHERO 7e .., ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA !#:.....
-yi
Registered Real Estate Brokor-Salos I Rentals
d
116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach Supplement Your, Income
E ASI0E tt A RUE JUS
3 Cottages on The BcachlSaawalUd

BUILDER OF HOMES and Ready
HOM.. suitable' for Island
JACK HOLMES, Realtor climate I .,,d e.nditi.n*. BRAND NEWAir For Rental Season
R._o J.lin Additions ft Price 515,000 Good Terms.
R..I.! .. T.u.tw..tl .
MARINA DRIVE PHONE y
1 778-1548 ..tim.t.. 91..... Conditioned Two
NORMAN ROSEDALE To Settle Estate
OLMES BEACH FLORIDA
+ An .
Maria 77S-14IO
BR, Two Bath CANAL Duplex Furaisked. -With One Yearly Tenant

FRONT. 3 minute walkto A Bargain at $11,500
: Bayfront Lot Are You Looking? Mast kt cash to settle ostatt.
the Beach.CUSTOM

IP--- ft. oa water at end. of 75th Stroot.Soawall. George Wogiier BUILT and a REAL, Handy Man's Dreary

ii 5.. alga oa property.riarRal .
2 BR and Calf-
REALTYIsland BARGAIN at 15650. Cottaio-Closo to Bay
$&OOO Has Extra Vacant Lot.

Shopping Cantor Excellent Terms If Estate Mast Soil..................$7,500
Estat. PHONE 778-2444

RUTH MAHAR LEO MAHAR Or WRITE BOX 1012 Desired. Be the FIRST Bayfront Home

[R.|istar.d Real Estato Brokers C...C.ANNA W.gm.MARIA r ron \ .. B.t.1 TO SEE TIILSI<< 2 BR Homo oa tao Bay..
( @9
jr Gulf Drive, Ho!.ts leach 778-1159 AU..n Pill.. A..co.... Call Ralph Parrishor Iaralsaod..Wltfc. Garago.. .
GOOD TERMS $12,000
Peggy Moore

ICES REDUCED I A..ea.SParrish RealtyP. DICK WAGNER, Realty


several new 1964 homes, .O. Plosa' ,Ann.Maria Phone 778.2663
778.1902 or 778.2121 2217 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach

both waterfront & non-waterfront,

'
to make way for 1965 models.


AMOUS AWARD-WINNING-* WORLD'S FAIR HOUSE LftRCHIflOni .lICORi1MO10\ \


AND OTHER FURNISHED MODELS OPEN DAILY 74 1 ..d 1.

e..u. --,
Presents _
SEE KEY ROYALE .

"BAY PALMS H MI, .HI ,..



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xAS
GULF DRIVE
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COO"CNAY'VCA.ANYWCHT.

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; ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION



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Or: Ta s _.. .
..w..di... ....... Y.r w ps1.s.Ib..ars. p Wn M....a......M..
.. _..... s............. Lr A..r.N w .......C.-,.*w T____....... "Ts Mrr. t
...... .... ....._ _ .....-. *Mc ./........ TV Ass...
VISITORS TO KEY ROYALEKey p..; ts.r ..... ....., .. c-.I Tv....T."___o.de4Ie
.. U--M"M.4- ....... _
d AP' Pull M V.r T
Howard Adams vice president Key c.1h.s.
Royale Inc last week entertaineda e_.h' n..J d"::.+ L.d._., .
from Royale and Mrs. Kathryn Lemon of ...n..Ntln crs.1_-..-. ; rW ate.......aa- D-
claaa of 25 senior girU Iur..sre ..
r1..r 1-&4" t.Mw1.a..w
Palmetto fiifth School at its Worlds the company's staff showed the group
Pair House and other model homes. through the models and explained the

The girls, members of a class in"Housing various features of home construction For Information Contact Robert S. Cabl.,
and Home Decorating and design and Miss Cantrell demonstrated -
were accompanied. by their teacher, the Gold Medallion kitchen
.Ira. Ruth Schnurr and by Miss Ellen equipment in the worlds" Pair House.. Sales Manager Phone 77.1611Thursday
Cancreil,home service representative Pictured are Adams. Mrs. Schnurr,
01 t>e Florida Power and LJght Co. and several members of the claae.


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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. November 19. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


Do You Have A Gift Problem?
\ pua 30 'Z'4ef4i ;c9-J-J 'd-Wl.ftttw.L we.
SEE for Yourself
,i 7J HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
r Scft Our Beautiful & Unusual

?tn eAe4 ,eul 7 e o1 dafl Seaaa ltt4 + Selection of

; DOLLAR GIFTSStart
?'ezeWE ---
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Wot.r Rainfall! HAVE Your Christmas Lay-Away
Taps : h
T.mp.rotur.s FREE GIFT S MAIL WRAP
A am Noon 6 pm High 41
GIFTS
r adJLending Library
Nov. 10--64 74 67 78 71 None % "., ..J I'". t wytK"-w- .
FURNISHINGS 3 !:
Nov. 11--66 76 72 80 71 None : ::
Nov. 12--68 74 74 81 71 None ACCESSORIES
Nov. 13--70 77 76 81 71 None
Nov. 14--71 73 74 80 71 None DRAPERIES
At Last It's Here
Nov. 15--70 76 75 81 71 None -
Nov. 16--71 75 75 82 71 None

*0 u, ce Ulet ctu ce t6 'B'UUU4e POPCORN KNIT
WE RENT .IttAAYIPNStDS DfAPIU IAST C'II' PHONE 778-1019 4R'cpret
HIGH CMAII LIMIMS UlNtATMINC COTS
.STCOtLItS KANCns tJ.I eatt uetaSlacks
Linen Rental Service 778..472
214.54th St. Holmes Beach Knee Pants

Shorts Skirts
MEW FOR 19&15 STORM WINDOWS
Blazers Toppers

PHILCOCOOL 2 Full Size Windows Colors: Navy-Black-Spring Green-White
EACH 3X6
CHASSIS TVeaa'a with Molding & Nails LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS

Zile 9tje ZO'aft..y.w.y
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only
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1 1L 1t JUST TACK ON Pt. .. 778-1161
itC a w r.l.n{4ra+neA
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Holncs lelKll Supplies IMC. CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

\t as::{::::as $149.95 778-1131

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach HANDY DANDYOPEN

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HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
,
,' 6 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE EVERY DAY
CALL 778.1771 ISLANDSHOPPING i
as low as $129.95 NIGHT 778.1440 CENTER 778-2810

A... Maria IslMd's Only
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
LICENSED CAR DEALER Lay-Away NOW for Christmas
Also Check Our Used
&"c..R".r..OH..o.4I.' D.rt..PIF-.th
TV Stock $10 & Up AL Large AssortmentModels..Games..Toys

ISlAND TV 771-1703 Call 778-2012 O

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.PROGRESS. ie. e Sd4c4Ad

Plumbing Contractor OS 77810201l

5306 Holmes Boulevard .H dare S Ytxe McB..lr

Plumbing Fixtures Supplies, Pumps, Repairs:
No community con continue to grow and prosper EACH LIQUOR

without assurance that it will have on adequate When you see us- STORE

supply of fresh pure water.Thot is our responsibility Holmes Beach

on Anna Maria I flood. . to moke certain that our Don Think of INSURANCE... Shopping One-Stop Center

customers of today and those of tomorrow have onunending 1
When you Think of INSURANCESEE -
source of water ot the I lowest possible cost

US


Manatee Company County Water C..pltf. IBSWMC Stnrict

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> % CINCOtfOftATIO)
INCLUDING LIFE


,, ftJMDf i 778-2022 (Bag Xreagnsurance
Phone 778.2023RON

I 778-1697 778-7548 ( ) (JERRY)
FREE DELIVERY
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