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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


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sanitary code by continu- service remove Its

..Lr.rlrrl I flw alarlw /.Lr +... ing to use an open garbage garbage and trash. He
.r ++wl. truck. said he feels the city

Talmadge R. Meadows, should follow the same
a sanitarian with the rules and regulation

health department, attended which apply to private
the meeting of the citizens and other munic-

council Thursday evening, ipalities.
and read a letter about Kraft said, "It looks as
the truck he had written It pressure were being
Mayor Henry Meunier in applied by some of the

February, 1964. private garbage: haulers."
Meadows pointed out that Meadows assured the

there were economic, as council that such was not
well as sanitary factors the case. lie said that
involved in the use of a he had followed the truck

packer type truck, because and had seen garbage falloff
the packer can haul it during its rounds.
about ten times as much Council then opened bidson

material as the open a new garbage truckof
truck. the same type It Is now

.ri Vice Mayor Robert using. No action was
Kraft, who presided at the taken.
meeting in Meunier's absence The city now operatesIts
due to Illness said own garbage and trash
the city would need to pickup, and charges rates ,
maintain two trucks if It which are slightly more I.
purchased a packer. The than half the rates chargedby 1

r -- .F i. garbage truck often IM a franchised private
used to haul shell and pickup service in the other

other material. two cities.
Meadows said he and A petition, signed by''
other health department several owners of adjj-
employees had been work- (Continued on Page 3)) -


PETE THE PELICAN (Itlond.r Photo by Clyd. L. Davit) Island hitting Permits Hlfhtr

Island building permits $110.675 over May of lam

I A. M. Commission Meeting Work OR Groins To Start Soon during May totaled$202 year. The permits were
009, an Increase of for four new homes, $64,-

The Anna Maria City Commissioner Tom Mc- Work on the two per- Hutches quoted County $75,846 over May, 1964. 300; a store, $17,500;
Commission, at a regular Kay reported that a new meable groins, which will Engineer John Benson as Anna Maria City Issued yacht club, $50,000; seawalls -
meeting Monday evening, street light had been Installed be located south of Bridge saying that it would take permits for $35,050 worthof $1 ,900. a duplex
voted to relieve Sam on Jacaranda Street Hradenion Beach, several 200 foot long construction, two new $7,500; a swimming pool,
Adams of his duties as Avenue, and that another should begin within the groins between Bridge homes valued at $28,900, $2,000 and remodelingand
chairman of the city's would be Installed on Hay- next week to ten days, Street and the south end and a seawall, remodelingand additions, $4,300.
emergency patrol. The view Drive. according to County beach merely to protect additions valued at Permits for $7.459 In
move was made at Adams' Commissioner Gene Cox Commissioner Robert that area. Benson said 500 $6,150. $39,065 less than new building were blued
request.In will serve as acting: mayor Hutches. to 600 foot groins will be the May, 1965 figure of In Hradcnton Beach a

Adams' place, the during: the absence of Hutches said this week needed to build up the $74,115.In swimming pool, $3,100;
commission appointed Mayor Harvey Meyer, that material for the two beach. Holmes Beach) permits six additions, $2,296, and
Howard Scott and Earle who left this week fora groins: has been orderedand The original announce for $159,500<< worthof ten repairs $2,063,
Murdock to share the two-month vacation In : should be deliveredany ment of the groins by the new building: were $4,236 higher than In May,
duties Jointly. Both arc Illinois. day. county commission saida Issued, an Increase of 1964.NOTICE.
special city police of- Cox reported that he He said the commission : 540-foot groin would be J
ficers.At had observed several Incidents Is not sure how long the erected at the end of 6th

the request of County of dogs on the two groins will be tutK'Kln Street South, and: a 640
Planning Director James beaches and of littering with. "In my opinion, I'd foot groin at 10th Street.

Cox the commission vot- the beaches, and suggested Hay go ahead and save the Any compromise wouldbe
ed a resolution which en that some patrollng: of land we've got now with In order to have ttlemcompllted
TO ALI OWNERS OF SIGNS; INtlOI.MES
dorsed the proposed planto the beach areas be ar- two 2j-foCt groin and and operativeby
purchase as a park and ranged. then build onto them at: a the end t,f the Hummer, III-ACII:
I he Sign Ordinance adopted January 5. 1965
recreation area, 870 Ordinance 27S was read later date. (Continued on Page 2)
requires that all owners of signs call at the
acres adjoining the Manatee for the second time and
City Office and secure the necessary Sign
River Reservoir.The It that
passed. provides
Permit prior to July', 1965. Application
city will seek bid the city court can assess
should Indicate sue and location of Mlgn.
for a new typewriter for fines as high an $400 for
With Permit, a tag will IK issued which
the of the clerk. misdemeanors and can
use city '
Ml'ST ArrACHI-.l) TO I-AC: : SIGN.
Bids on both manual and pass jail sentences as '
AMl-.R I JULY 5, 1965 ALL SIGNS WiniOlT
electric machines will be long months.
as eight d TAGS WILL Bl-/, REMOVED BY Illli GUY
asked. After some discussion I
MARSHAL.
Bids for the removal of it was voted to purchasea
Pauline II. Archer
stumps on city rightsofway used chain Haw, at a ( try Clerk
were opened. The bid cost of about $35. Mayor
of Lewis Tyre of Lakelandwas Meyer said the machine
the lowest of three, watt In excellent condition
and he was awarded the and would nerve the city 9- ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
contract. well after some minor
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City Treasurer Mrs. repairs were made.A .
*'p* .
Frances Maxon reporteda special bill passed by T_,....<*.*
balance on hand In the the recent session of the I ..i1...M 4 ,... Hlth
city treasury of $27,936. Florida Legislature gives
June I 76 8ft 81 92 8J None
Dills of 5407.95 were the city authority to hirea
approved for payment, judge for its municipalcourt. j June 275 85 8J 91 M") None
most of which was for the Asked about the Postal Service Officer Eugene I.. Saley of Atlanta v June J. -75 86 82 91 I '84 None

cost of recent street pav- matter at the meeting (third from left), as he presented certificate of June I75 8ft 82 91 81 None
ing and repairs. The sum Meyer said that no plans appointment to Mrs. Sally Sterner, new acting June '- 7ft 85 81 90 81 .05
of $6,000 was transferred had been made to do no postmaster at Anna Maria. Observing the proceedingsare June 6. -75 85 IS') 92 81 None
from the cigarette tax "for the time being," but Hradenton Postmaster Howard Evans (I left), and June 775 *>> "I 91 !81 1.5W

fund to the general fund. It would be considered. Longboat Key Postmaster Melon Holt. (Islander Phofo)



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No. 709 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 1965 TEN CENTS


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___ .....; . .. .. ""':::': "'..:.a... .. Department last week notified gested that if the city
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_- >v- City Council that the city packer truck It should I
J ... ... was violating the state arrange to have a franchised -
sanitary code by continu- service remove Its

., ing to use an open garbage garbage and trash. He
truck. said he feels the city

Talmadge R. Meadows, should follow the same
a sanitarian with the rules and regulation-

health department, attended which apply to private
the meeting of the citizens and other munic

council Thursday evening, ipalities.
and read a letter about Kraft said, "It looks as
-
4W the truck he had written If pressure were being
Mayor Henry Meunier in applied by some of the

February, 1964. private garbage haulers."
i Meadows pointed out that Meadows assured the

there were economic, as council that such was not
---.. well as sanitary factors the case. He said that
involved in the use of a he had followed the truck

packer type truck, because and had seen garbage fall
the packer can haul off it during Its round

4. about ten times as much Council then opened bidson

material as the open a new garbage truckof
truck. the same type It is now
Vice Mayor Robert using. No action was

Kraft, who presided at the taken.
meeting In Mounter's absence The city now operates
due to Illness, said its own garbage and trash

... the city would need to pickup, and charges rates ,
maintain two trucks If It which are slightly more i
purchased a packer. The than half the rates chargedby I
-4! f garbage truck often is a franchised private
_- used to haul shell and pickup service in the other

other material. two cities.A ,
Meadows said he and petition, signed by J
other health department several owners of adja-
employees had been work- (Continued on Page 3) -
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PETE THE PELICAN (UlonJ.r Photo by Clydo L. Davit I ) Island 1lIdl. Permits HI 11 h.r

Island building permits $110,675 over May of last

I A. M. CoMmissioN Meeting Work On Groins To Start Soon 009 during, May an totaled Increase$202 of. for year.four The newhoml'lI permits, $6-4-were

The Anna Maria City Commissioner Tom Mc- Work on the two per 1 Hutches quoted County $75,846 over May, 1964. 300; a store, 17,300;

Commission, at a regular Kay reported that a new meable groins, which will Engineer John Benson assaying Anna Maria City issued yacht club, $50,000; sea
meeting Monday evening, street light had been Installed be located south of Bridge that it would take permits for $15,050: worthof walls, $15,900; a duplex,

voted to relieve Sam on Jacaranda Street, Bradenton Beach, several 200 foot long construction, two new $7,500; a swimming pool,
Adams of his duties as Avenue, and that another should begin within the groins between Bridge homes valued at $28,900, $2.000 and remodelingand

chairman of the city's would be installed on Bay- next week to ten days, Street and the south end and a seawall, remodelingand additions, $4,300.
emergency patrol. The view Drive. according to County beach merely to protect additions valued at Permits for $7,459 In
move was made at Adams' Commissioner Gene Cox Commissioner Robert that area. Benson said 500 $6,150, $39,065 less than new building were Issued
request.In will serve as acting mayor Hutches. to 600 foot groins will he the May 1965 figure of In Hradcnton Beach: a

Adams' place, the during the absence of Hutches said this week needed to build up the $74,115.In swimming pool, $3,100;
commission appointed Mayor Harvey Meyer, that material for the two beach. Holmes Beach, permits six additions, $2,296, and
Howard Scott and Earle who left this week fora groins has been orderedand The original announce for $1 9,500 worthof ten repairs, $2,063,
Murdock to share the two-month vacation in should be deliveredany ment of the groins by the new building were $4,236 higher than In May,
duties jointly. Both are Illinois. day. county commission said issued.. _an.. Increase fir 1961.NOTICE..
special city police of- Cox reported that he He said he commission a 540-foot groin would be
ficers.At had observed several Incidents Is not sure how long the erected at the end of 6th
the request of County of dogs on tnc two groins will be to begin Street South, and a 640
Planning Director James beaches and of litteringthe with. "In my opinion I'd foot groin at 10th Street.

Cox, the commission voted beaches, and suggested say go ahead and save the Any compromise wouldbe
a resolution which endorsed that some patroling of land we've got now with In order to have them .
10 AM OWNERS OP SIGNS IN
the proposed planto the beach areas be ar- two 200-foot groin and completed and operativeby
HOI Ml:S lir.ACII.:
purchase as a park and ranged. then build onto them at a the end ref the summer,
recreation area, 870 Ordinance 275 was read later date." (Continued on Page 2)) The Sign Ordinance adopted January 5, 1965
that all of call at the
owners signs
requires
acres adjoining the Mana- for the second time and
Office and the Sign
City secure
tee River Reservoir.The passed. It provides that necessary
Permit prior to July 5, 1965. Applicationshould
city will seek bids the city court can assess
Indicate sire| and location (Jf sign.
for a new typewriter for fines as high as $400 for
With Permit, a ug will IK* Issued which
the use of the city clerk. misdemeanors, and can
NIL'S' Bi, AITA( Hi:I) TO I'ACII SIGN.
Bids on both manual and jail sentences as
pass M II fit JULY 5, 1965 AM SIGNS WITIIOITFAGS
electric machines will be long as eight month
ked. WILL BI (REMOVE:) BY fill CITY
as After some discussion I MARSHAL.
Bids for the removal of It was voted to purchase
Pauline H. Archer
stumps on city rl hts-Jf- j used chain saw, at a
( Clerk
way were opened. The bid cost of about $35. Mayor Ity
of Lewis Tyre of Lakeland Meyer said the machine
was the lowest of three, was In excellent conditionand ..s

and he was awarded the would serve the city ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERw.
contract. well after some minor
., RclnMI I IT
t
City Treasurer Mrs. made.A
repairs were _,.
Frances Maxon reporteda special bill passed by T_,.... ..
balance on hand in the the recent session of the S.P4..... li M. HlgK I
city treasury of $27,936. Florida Legislature gives -
Bills of $5,407.95 were the city authority to hirea June I 176 86 83 92 M3 None

approved for payment, judge for its municipalcourt. all v June 275 85 83 91 83 None
most of which was for the Asked about the Postal Service Officer Eugene L. Salcy of Atlanta June J" -75 86 82 91 I 84 None

cost of recent street pavIng matter at the meeting. (third from left), JN he presented certificate it June 475 86 82 91 83 None

and repairs. The sum Meyer said that no plans appointment to Mrs. Sally Sterner, new acting ... June 5- 76 85 81 90 83 .05
of $6,000 was transferredfrom had been made to do so postmaster at Anna Maria. Observing the proceedingsare June 6- -75 85 83 92 83 None
the cigarette tax "for the time being," but Bradenton Postmaster Howard Evans (left, and June 7--75 Mti Ita 91 81 1.5

fund to the general fund. it would be considered. Longboat Key Postmaster Helen Holt. (Islander Photo)



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From the preface to "The 480" by Eugene Burdick: l -'' ::"-/: ,f".;!!;jr.. .
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"There is a benign underworld In American \'t.: :,.,{: x": '"'! .
politics. It is not the underworld of cigar-chewing ,:;i :l :, : ," : :. .l"\
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officials who 'the .... ""k; : .
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pot-bellied mysteriously ,
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machine. Such men are still around, but their poweris M-: : ; Ar .C': t .
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waning. They are becoming obsolete though they ..:\-.r;. .flt,. .;. ..\.f.. : :' : \a, ..; ,
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"The new underworld is made of innocent and ..... -"" --: ,.....,'., ,. ., -... "'L.'
up '
well-intentioned people who work with slide rules and ....ifri.....i..,....:".: .l'.J'-... :.,......: ,..;' ".'\,,r\t."ir \-,. :.. -1.I, ....tt'k.,, ". '," 1.0.
,. calculating machines and computers which can retainan ::: ,. :r4kt. ) \ 1'J::!f '?1: f.' .. t .\
almost infinite number of bits of information as ;\'i,?;,):; + \;' \.:. t \:':t.C 4";' t* :. t:5':,:' : "
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well as sort, categorize, and reproduce this informa- Vit.\ :- '" ": ,':"'\ -i .w.. ; \: ':' : ii
tion at the press of a button. Most of these people are ... !.: ;' =. ?,: .\.\ i::', ..::\.. 7'dI f} 1t.I.: .
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highly educated, many of them are Ph.D.s, and none '...(..".','--.t' !:.!'::101':. ." .''',.''i' !'!'.'.. ,:1' ,,..c,''':'''"J :." ;;". "l.' (.io.N\r.\"l o'i.: ...

that I have met have malignant political designs on the S :{ 1t : ifi&
American however 1 :: !
public. They radically
may, ,
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reconstruct the American political system, build a ,1..n" ....n-if',, ;'.;....4.. .. "..'' ."'...'."t\r..: .-:' '.1....,...tt". 4".-v71\.t'. ...."':"',\y .\'
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new politics, and even modify revered and venerable .i' ... '\iI..t. .t.--t; \ '. .\ .." .
American institutions--facts of which they are bliss- .'.. '...' /. :"t"v',,..,,,...:'1..:"ty.,;":.!..:" ")',.....',.r..). ''.. ,."..".":S' ;.1..'....:, .Lf"\.."(;I.:\;,:..-';.I.'"ti." ......,'. .;..: "f..
qr fully innocent. They are technicians and artists; all of ... \... ".:.pM "'s.-' !. t' { :. t::: ..;r't''l. ,, .
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i them want, desperately, to be scientists. '-...: ";.".t>:r,,,,,," :::'.. :;;N"i':'" \;:-" f.f. .:" !:;t!;.,;:'., .......
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"The American public believes that it'chooses the .R, :t ,f 'i1.l \ 11!: :SNJ t 4 : ':: \fi: :! i:
A Party candidates for the Presidency and then makesa \ ,. ...'-;, ,' ?J "I'.t.. !r.:' ...;t ':'f'1' ..0\..,:..-"1""t. ....,,''%::.\ ,..- free and sovereign choice between the two candi- : .:t! ,, t "";\, .,...":", ..i} i.r n'n.\.
dates. This is hardly an accurate description of what \.. ''.''!<:..';n\1".f.''' ,.. .,r.;a.-\-\\\.f". ,, ': ," l.'" .t_)O,, ....t'--:,...;;... '(.. 'o.\\i... .' .Ij..
al happens. The American public believes it is TRACKS IN THE SAND

sovereign. It is not. The American public believes (Islander Photo by Talbot M. Brewer)
that its views 'trickle up'to the halls of the Congressand
the White House and become law. This is rarelyso.
The American public believes in some vague and ilcJe" Belt andCocizie
undefined way that its opinion is a fundament of our
democracy. Too often this is not the case.
"This situation is not evil. There Is no conspiracy SLe1tc
against the American public. There is only a great

gap in knowledge. A few know a great deal, the great And HOW does your garden grow?
mass know very little. The few that know decide the
shape and character of American politics. J une--the month of marriages--but of more interestto
"The Presidential candidate will say, publicly, gardeners--the month of heavy feeding for all
often, and with a profound hypocrisy that he believesin growing thin s. At this time the plants are "bustin'
the 'common man' and is appealing to him. It Is a out all over. So--feed, feed, feed! And here's how.
form of Plato's Royal Sie: there are plenty of common Ray Plumer, Superintendent of Parks in Miami, givesa
r men about and all the candidates know them well. They down to earth table for fertilizing: Lawns--at the
will vote out of habit for the party they voted for at rate of 7 pounds per 1,000 square feet; summer
the last election, and the one before. 'uncommon annuals--a sprinkle for each plant;palms 10 poundsfor
man' is the person the candidates are trying to find, the largest royal, and proportionately less for
Identify, analyze and appeal to. The victorious the smaller varieties; avocadoes--twice as many
Presidential candidate is the one who is most pounds as the age of the tree; mangoes--10 poundsfor
successful in appealing to the uncommon voter. a ten-year-old tree; hibiscus and other shrubs--a
"The 'uncommon voter' is not, alas, always a large handful for a two-foot plant. It may sound
superior person. His 'uncommonness' sometimes complicated but it really Isn't. WATER WELL (if the
consists of being bloody minded, hostile, ignorant, rains haven't started by the time you read this) and
t frightened and prejudiced. your reward will be astonishing)
". Every Presidential aspirant must say 'I
believe that the American people when they have all
the facts will make the right decision.' But he knowsit f
is not true. The average American voter has neitherthe
interest nor the Information to make a national
decision between the two major Presidential candi-
dates. The average voter votes the way his father did.
He tells his wife to vote the way he does and
usually she obeys. Furthermore, these American
voters are exposed to words and slogans which have
been carefully researched to make sure they have While writing about the plants In ,the nightshade
exactly the desired effect. The candidates listen to family, I remembered reading the interesting storyof
these expert, a-political, neutrals much more closely the digitalis family. I am sure that many of you
l than to any boss from Doston or Chicago or the Far who read this column are taking digitalis, digoxin
West." lanoxin or one of these drugs which slow the heart
and strengthen the heart muscle. "The story of the
The Silent Season. development of digitalis Is one of the most interestingin
"
pharmacology, according to authors, Musser and
From "A Flash of Green" by John D. MacDonald: Bird. "The name 'Digitalis purpurca' was given toa
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIES BY CARLA ROMEIKE ". In the winter months the biggest contingentcame flower-bearing plant in 1542, using the Latin word
from the central states, and there were so digitalis, which means belonging to the finger (digitus,
GROINS TO START Twelve many of them that at last, to the residents of Palm a finger), with the qualifying species name meaning
(Continued from Page 1) High Club County, they seemed to become but one elderly couple, purple, the color of the finger-like flower. The plant
when the season's worst Herman L. Storrer, a endlessly repeated, driving a bulbous blue car with has been commonly called the purple foxglove. In the
storms can be expected. member of the Island High Ohio plates the man in Bermudas, the woman eighteenth century a woman in Shropshire, England
From Hutches' com- Twelve Club, will speakto with a big straw purse, questing through all the townsof acquired a local reputation for her ability to cause
ments It was apparent the club on the subject, the shallow-water coast, bemused, slightly indignant an increased flow of urine in people with dropsy. Her
that the commission and the "Romance of Baking" frequently bored, like people charged with medicine contained different herbs. A noted physician ,
the engineering depart- at a meeting of the clubat some mission who had lost their sealed orders before Dr. William Withering, heard of this concoction
ment are in agreementthat the Gulf Terrace, at they had a chance to open them. and Its effects. He was able to purchase Its formula
decks will be used on noon, Thursday, June 10. "As was solemnly and frequently stated by all public from the owner who had kept it a family secret for
the new groins.He Storrer formerly owned officials and all Chamber of Commerce executives, many years."Because .
said that it will cost and operated a large bak- the winter flow of this endlessly duplicated couplewas the conction was known to produce nausea .
about $20,000 per groin ery in Rochester, N. Y. the backbone of the economy, and it often seemed and vomiting, attention was focused on the digitalis
U the decks are not used. Robert Coates of the that the supply was inexhaustible, yet Jimmy Wing ingredient, for it had long been known that this plant
Commissioner Nate Tay- Dradenton Lions Club will had noted among the businessmen of Palm City an had been used to produce vomiting. Dr. Withering
lor was quoted as saying"It be the speaker at the club anxious and almost superstitious attitude toward the began in about 1775 to study the action and dosage
Is our intention to have meeting on June 17. He continuity of the flow. They heartened themselves with of digitalis leaf preparations In cardiac failure. At
four groins started this will explain the operationof every evidence of repeat business, no matter how first he thought that their action was upon the kidney
"
summer. the North Florida Eye questionable the source of the statistics. They fretted because of the Increased urinary flow and consequentloss
Taylor announced some Dank for Restoring Sight, about the accessibility of the Caribbean islands. Butat of weight. We know now that this action Is almost
time ago that two more founded and sponsored by the heart of their unrest was the never-spoken entirely upon the heart and Insignificantly upon the
groins of the same typeas the Lions Clubs of North conviction that there was really nothing to keep them kidneys" There are several other plants, Including;
that used at the County Florida and the hospitalat coming down. It was a fine place to live, and a poor lily of the valley, which have a tonic action on the
Beach in Holmes Beach the University of Flor- place to visit. heart but are not as widely used as those preparationsmade
would be erected north of ida. All Master Masonsare ". As the shallow-water fishing decreased from digitalis leaves.
those in Dradenton Deach. invited to attend. geometrically under the attrition of dredging, fill ing, .

sewage and too many outboard motors, they paid to You must keep your goal in sight,
The Islander have the superb fishing advertised, and backed con- Labor toward it day and night,
An Independent Weekly published tests which would further decimate the dwindling fish Then at last arriving there--
every Thursday by THE ISLANDER population. As the quiet and primitive mystery of the You shall be too old to care.
PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine broad tidal bays disappeared, as the mangroves and Wisdom Witter Dynner
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Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL? such industriousness the morning sound of See you next week.
ADVERTISING MANAGER \,'". construction equipment became more familiar than -CINNIE
MARGE KIMBALL the sound of the mockingbird, the businessmen
Mall Address: P. O. Box % substituted the delights of pageants, parades and players and pick the trash off the beaches and clean
Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 beauty contests. the swimming pools and stock up on all the picture
33501 9'1" "One motel operator had expressed the hidden fear postcards and sun glasses and straw slippers and
Entered as Second Class matter one quiet September afternoon. 'Some season we'll cement pelicans like we always have, and we'll setback
under the Act of March 3, 1879 get all ready for them. We'll fix up all the signs and and wait, and they won't show up. Not a single
I raise the rates and hire all the waitresses and piano damn one.' "


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BRADENTON BEACH,I Island Little LeagueThe Holmes Beach. ";" Ii' 4i
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(Continued from Page 1) the licensing ordinance.A Island Little League EDITOR'S NOTE: Hereis
cent property, asked that suggested sign ordi- game between the Mets the continuation of the
an alley between 23rd and nance for the city was and the Red Sox was rain report on last week's
24th Streets, and between read but tabled for fur- ed out after two and a half meeting of the Holmes {
Gulf Drive and Avenue C ther study. The ordinancewas innings last week Monday Beach Board of Aldermen,
be closed. A second peti- drafted by a com- evening.On which was inadvertentlyleft
tion asked that an alley mittee of the council.At Tuesday evening the out of last week's
between 23rd and 24th the request of County Reds topped the Red Sox ISLANDER:
Streets, between Gulf Planner James Cox, a by a score of 15 to 8. chairman protested the
Drive and the Gulf, also resolution was passed Thursday's action saw city's becoming involvedin
be closed.A endorsing the plan for the the Mets win over the building a sewage plant
previous request to county to purchase 870 Reds 5 to 0. for commercial interests.
close the second alley acres of land for a park The race for a place Replying to letters from
was denied by council last and recreational area adJacent among the top ten batters the city,relative to having LAKE LoVISTA (Ulondtr, Photo by Rene Radon)
year. Kraft said that about to the proposed continues, with standings vacant lots cleared and
ten years ago, the city Manatee River Reservoirin for the week as follows: mowed two owners wroteto All About P pie .
had closed the same alley, the eastern part of the Tim Rotolo .675; Nicky the effect that the city
and that "the court" had county.A Norwood .625; Rusty should "practice what it MR. AND MRS. DON BRACKIN of 85th Street,
ordered it He from Stiltner in that Holmes Beach, and son Eddie, have moved from the
reopened. change R-3 to .579; Jim Lease preaches respect.
promised, however, that commercial zoning on .550; Jim llcrrlngshaw A plat for Key Royale Island to Bloomingdale, N. J. Brackin, who has lived
here for 20
the petitioners would receive three lots at 2311 Gulf .529; Tom Hamer .526; Addition 5A was approvedby nearly years, was until recently, a
a quick decision by Drive was approved. A Del Tison .524; Jim Rice the board. It will allow partner in Holmes Beach Supplies, Inc. for a numberof
the council. public hearing was heldat .500; Dan Herringshaw rezoning of a parking lot years.
Kraft stated that the city the request of Dick .444, and Randy Uricker on Key Royale Drive, and MR. AND MRS. MEL AKINS of 56th Street,Holmes
Beach, and family, have moved to Freeville, N. Y.
ordinance dealing with Wagner and the changewas .444. make the property avail
occupational licenses no recommended by the The only game scheduledfor able for four homesites. Akins, formerly a loan officer at the First National
longer applies to every city's zoning board. the final week of play Bank of Bradenton has taken a position as loan
application for a license. Bills totaling 1327.66 will be on ThursdayJune New Pier Deck officer of the First National Bank In Dryden N. Y.,
lie appointed committee were approved for pay- 10, when the Red Sox will New decking will be installed assuming his new position the first of May. Duringthe
of councilmen to amend ment. play the Mets. on the Bradcnton eight years they lived on the Island, Akins took
Beach an active part In community affairs. He was cashierof
City Pier.
The All-Star is Thecity
Power SquadronThe Reduced Rates scheduled for game 7 p.m., council last week voted to the Island Bank for a year; a member of the Island
Anna Maria Island General Telephone Co. Friday, June 11. give a contract for nailing Kiwanis Club; past commander of the Island Flotilla !
Power Squadron held its last week announced the the planking on the pierto of the Coast Guard Auxiliary; vice president of the
regular business meetingat third long distance rate New Beach Hours Ray Parker, at a priceof Saramana Chapter of the American Institute of II
its Cortez Road head- reduction this year. This Summer hours are now $70 per thousand feet. Banking; a member of the board of directors of the
quarters last week. reduction affects calls to in effect at the Manatee Rough cypress planking Manatee County Society for Crippled Children and
The guest speaker Bob cities in Florida only. County Beach in Holmes will I be purchased at a Adults; a member of the board of directors for
Coates, talked about "The One of the primary Beach. The beach will be price of $137.50 per thousand Happiness House, and was active as a director of the
Gift of Sight" which he changes is that the after open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. feet.According. choir at Roser Memorial Community Church.DR. .
illustrated with a motion nine rate is now in effect every day of the week. to reports at GEORGE SPRING, formerly of Washington
picture film with Basil after 8 p.m. and all day Two lifeguards will be last week's meeting of the D. C., has rented an office in the Beckett Buildingon
Rathbone as narrator. The Sunday. Also the eveningrate on duty each weekday council, the decking of the Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, for the practice of
North Florida Eye Dank from 6 to 8 p.m., is Monday through Friday, pier is badly in need of psychiatry. Part of Dr. Spring's time will be spentat
for Restoring Sight was in effect all day Saturday. with three on duty all day repair. the Manatee-Sarasota Guidance Center. lie has {
the sponsor.Coates' Additional savings will Saturday and Sunday. Last week's meeting of rented<< a home on 56th Street, where his family will
him later this
talk dealt with result from reductions on The pavilion, and all its the city council was not join month.
the work being done by some calls over three facilities: the snack bar. adjourned, but was recessed -
the eye bank in providing minutes. The reductionswill showers and lockers will until 7:30 p.m., BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
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oio 'In: ..: Guests at f he Motels
More About People "... ............
.. .G. MERRIMAC ON THE GULP: Mr. and MM.Romeo F. Docbec and Mill Opal
JEANNE E. DYKSTRA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes of Charleston W. Va...Mr. and Mri. M. Whitehead of Palm Bay...
Boulevard Holmes Beach Mr. and Mr*. R.J. Maloy of Mulberry and daughter...Mr. and Mra. RonaldE.
of Holmes
Dykstra ,
George McQuinn of Plant City..Mr.and Mr*.Duane Norrls of Ona and daughter.
graduated on June 4 from Calvin College, Grand PALM COURT Mr. and Mr. Joseph Caldwell of Middletown. Ohio and
Rapids, Mich., with an AB degree In education and art. family...Mr*. C. E. Cope of Bartow and children...Mr. and Mr*. A.J.
Spangler of Mlddleport. Ohio..Mr. and Mr*.Tom Middleton Sidney. Ohio
A second daughter, Marilyn, also is a student at and aon...Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur Allen of Bartow and family.S. .
Calvin College, having completed her first year as S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. A. L. Ballenger of Sidney
Iowa...Mr. and Mr*. R. N. Trowbrldg of Smyrna Ga.
a student of nursing.MR. HALEY'S MOTEL H. E. Whitaker of Buffalo...Col. and Mr*. Joseph E.
AND MRS. DAVID COOPER of Crescent Drive, Rice of Fort Lauderdale.ROD .
& REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mr*. M.A.Humanek of Hialeah...Mr. and
Anna Maria, have announced the birth of a son, Mr. Jack Frier of Fort Walton Beach...Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Coker; Mra.
Edward William, born at Manatee Memorial Hospitalon Clara L. Bryion and Mr.and Mrs.Richard Volt and family all of Tampa...
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Griffin of Wauchula...Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Me-
June 2. Mrs. Cooper is the former Miss Maxine Quarter of Bradenton...Paul B. Butler and Jack Messerbey of Winter Park
Davis. ...Mr. and Mr*. Harry Greenough of St. Peieriburg...Dr. A. R. Vogel and
MICHAEL K. MILLER Marine Lance Eddie Anderson of Lake Wale*.
Corporal, son rq FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hatchet of Winter
of Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Miller of Holmes Beach, A f Haven.
EAST O* THE SUN Mr. and Mr*. Bert Webb of Charlotte. N. C.. and
returned Air
has to New River Marine Corps Facilityat
family...Mr. and Mra. Jerry Hale of Amelia Ohio and son...Mr. and Mr*.
Jacksonville, N. C., with Marine Medium Heli- Loren White of Bellevue Ohio...Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Cray of Memphis
copter Squadron 262, following a three-month r Y + Tenn., and daughter...Mr. and Mra. Don Hallberg of Burlington Iowa and
daughter...Mr. and Mra. Ronnie Crosby and family; Mr. and Mrs. Glen
deployment to the Caribbean area. Booalnger and daughter and Mr.and Mrs.Larry Bower sock, all of Bradenton
Word was received here this week of the recent r .. Mr. VIEWtCOTT Off utt of Louisville. Ky.
BAYS
Mr. and Mr*. George Marlow of Lithia and
tragic death of Carl Gary Mattson III of Wolcott, children.
Conn., the one-year-old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLIN VILLAS Mr. and Mr*. Richard Scott of Hamilton Ohio and
family.
Carl G. Mattson Sr. of Wolcott and 52174th Street, BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Richard C. Key and George F. Fisher of
Holmes Beach. According to Dr. Joseph E. Daly, St. Petersburg...Mrs. Florence Rauback of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mr*.
Ray Hickman of St. Petersburg, and children Sandy and Garry.
assistant medical examiner, the youngster suffered NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Grady B. Wilkins of Valrlco..Mr. and
fatal burns at his home last week, when he reportedly Mrs. Ralph Wlnkeljohn of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson of
Savage Minn..Mr. and Mrs. George Bash of Fort Myers...Mr. and Mrs.
climbed into a sink and turned on scalding hot water. & Ronald Conrad of Apollo Beach..Mr. and Mri. D. W. Thomas of Dover...
MISS CHERYL JOHNSON of Tavares, holder of the Mr*. Leo Gregory of Winter Haven and family.
title A HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. J.A. Boggett of Fort Meade...
"Miss Central Florida the weekend
spent at ., ) aT A- Mr. and Mr*. J. Weaver of Redington Shores...Mr.and Mr*. Waymon Byar
the Topaz Motel in Bradenton Beach. Miss Johnson, of Eaton Park...Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Head of Ruskln...Mr. and Mr*. J.
who will be a competitor in the Miss Florida D.leyof St. Petersburg Beach...Mr. and Mrs.H.L. Cooley of Forest Park.
Ca..Mr. and Mra. Howard Carter of Camby, Ind...J. Koehn of Cedar
Pageant, was Introduced at the Miss Manatee com- Rapids Iowa...Dr. H. D. Prewett and daughter and E. L. Prewett Sr. of
petition at the Bradenton Auditorium. She is Rome. Ga..Mrs. Marie S. Walter of Lakeland, and children.
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Al Powell of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
sponsored by the Leesburg Jaycees.MR. Young cyclist who answers to the name of Susie Young of Detroit...Mr.and Mrs.Richard Knlghtof Wauchula...Mr. and Mrs.
AND MRS. NICHOLAS MAMEO of 610 Am- Tripp. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Cecil Floyd of St.Petersburg...Mr.and Mrs.HarlanStendfer of Monett Mo.
...Mr. and Mr*. Chester Snider of Memphis, Tenn...Mr. and Mra. John
bassador Lane, Key Royale, left this week for an Boya of Balm...Mr. and Mr*. Charles Murphy of Or Undo...D. Thompson
extended trip to western Canada and the western two months in Illinois, where they will visit familyand of Fort Meade...Mr. and Mr*. R. J. Charles Edward of Charleston, S. C..
and ..Mr Dottle Andollna of and .. and
family. Sanibel daughter. Mr. Mrs.
United States. Mrs. Mameo's brother, Anthony friends. L. Tummond Jr. of Lakeland on their honeymoon.THE .
Pappas of Westfield, N. J., and their grandson, MR. AND MRS. J. GARDNER BOWEN 77th Street, ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mr*. James I.

Nicholas Mameo III of Newtown Square, Pa., will Holmes Beach, left last week for Red Wing, Minn., Thlbaulc Walter Baldwin of Ontario.of St.N.Petersburg Y..M. A...Mr Davis and of Mn.Holmes N.C.Beach.Payne..of Mr.Gainesville and Mr*.

accompany them on their'western trip. Mr. and Mrs. where they expect to stay for three or four months. and family...Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adams of Miami...Mr.and Mrs. Eddie Igo
Mameo expect to return to the Island in October. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MALIZIA of Key Royale of Mlddletown. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. David E. Sheppard Plant City.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL and
Mr. Mrs. Daniel L. Handley and Mr. and Mrs.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT FEELEY of Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach, are spending the summer in Park T. Johnson of Bradley...Mr. and Mr*. John Haddock Mr. and Mrs.
have left for their summer home in Carmel, N. Y. Nutley N. J. Harry Bolden. and Mr. and Mr*. C.D.Polk of Bartow...Mr. and Mr*. J. M.
waller; Mra R. T. Ferguson and Dan McClure of Plant City. ..Charles F.
They plan to leave early next month for a 21-day MISS MARGARET BURNHAM AND MISS HELENA Doey of Pierce...John Petito of Holly wood...Mr. and Mr*. J. Hancock of
cruise throughout western Europe aboard the S. S. BURNHAM of Willow Avenue, Anna Maria, have Fort Meade...Mr. and Mr*. S. D. Averett of Eaton Park...Mr. and Mr*.
Ralph Dewberry Madeira Beach...Mr.and Mr*.R.C. Jamison of Largo...
Mauritania.MR. returned to their home in Brookline, Mass for the Mr. and Mrs. Gene N.Hoke of Orlando...Mr.and Mra. James E. Rlttmeyer
AND MRS. C. E. BREWER of AmbassadorLane summer. of Tampa...Mr. and Mr*. Dale C. Thetga and Mr*. Linda Phillip of Lake'
land...Mr. and Mr*. Karl E. Robinson and Mr. and Mra. S. H. Stone of
Key Royale, last week entertained at an open MR. AND MRS. WALTER DANN of 77th Street Bradenton...C.Smith, C. Tucker D. Nullerllt and K. Barwlck of Mulberry.
house, as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of Holmes Beach, have left the Island for their summer

their wedding. home In Alpena, Mich., where they will stay until

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. Co-Sponsored Police Report sc a t*_'

Church SchoolA Police Chief Gene V.
Stewart of Anna Maria
Vacation Church City reported 16 arrests
School, sponsored jointlyby by his department during .. ..4..ILI L({IM.. w
Roser Memorial Com- May.
munity Church and Gloria Stewart's report also it ..
Del Lutheran Church, will noted ten traffic warnings
begin Monday, June 14. issued; $165 in fines col-
Classes will be held at lected; three accidentcalls ftL
the educational buildingat ; five complaints i -
Roser Church, from 9 investigated; 35 requestsfor
to 11:30 a.m. each week- information, and 22
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Friday, June 25. rendered.The ;

General theme will be report also listedone .... ,
"God and His World," vacant house found .... ..... #Y
presented in a series of open and secured; two I
Contest sponsor, tabulators of the results, and some
under the business establishmentsfound
texts produced of the winners at the Anna Maria IGA Store. Left to
joint sponsorship of the open and secured;
right, are: Ernie Cagnlna, store owner; the Rev.
major Protestant denom- 27 security checks; 240 Gerald K. Lowe and the Rev. Lee Ratliff,who helped
inations in this hours radio patrol 80
country. ; decide the winners, and winners of transistor radios
The school will be divid- hours of office work, and
and cameras as consolation prizes, Rolf Maxon
ed into kindergarten, 2,084 radio miles logged.
Randy Adams, John Norwood, Tim Rotolo and Jeff
primary, lower junior and
Eddowes. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
OBITUARY .
junior grades, with all
Island children from kin- WILLIAM A. (D1NTY) David Parrish, Aaron Van OstenbridgeWin
dergarten through junior MOORE, 69, of 157 Cres-
high age welcome to cent Drive, Anna Maria, IGA Contest Trips To California
attend. died at Sarasota Memorial Winners of five-day tripsto C. Weaver 681S.
Mrs. Richard Poe will Hospital, Tuesday,June 8. California In a contest Lease 1.700
serve as director of the Dorn in Coldwater, Kan., sponsored by the Anna II. Stewart 5,022T.
school, and the teacherswill he moved to Anna Maria Maria IGA Store were Kretzer 867 Winners of trips to California with contest sponsor.
be: kindergarten, from Bristol, Conn., four David Parrish of Anna D. Deam 2,951M. Left to right, appraising results, are Ernest Cagnlna,
Mrs. Erik Anderson and years ago. He was a retir- Maria and Aaron Van- Dalley 1,648 David Parrish and Aaron VanOstenbridge. (Islander

Mrs. Poe; primary, Mrs. ed foreman for the New Ostenbridge of Holmes P._. r.lr_u _.rrl_ I....17rt._ Photo) ___
Richard Wiggins, Mrs. J. Departure plant of General Beach. D. Tison 1,450D. asked The ISLANDER to Island Baptist Church, and
D. Webb and Mrs. John Motors, in Bristol. Final standings in the Bower 1.477 thank all their friends the Rev. Richard Wiggins,
Van Ostenbridge; lower Survivors are his wife, contest are as follows: As consolation prizes, who voted for them In the pastor of Roser Memorial
junior, Mrs. Samuel L. Mrs. Stasia P. Moore of D. Parrish 88.401 transistor radios were contest, and to thank Mr. Community Church.
Bailey, and junior, Mrs. Anna Maria; a son, A. VanOstenb'ge 56,657 awarded to the boys who (Ernest) Cagnlna, ownerof
Palmer Paetzel and Mrs. William J.Moore of Sims- T. Rotolo 49.768 were third, fourth and the store, who made Roser ServiceThe
Ralph Schambers. bury, Conn.; two sisters, R. Maxon 31,987 fifth in the contest, and the contest and trip pos Rev. Richard K.
Mrs. Wallace Warner Mrs. Fanny Rhodey of R. Adams 21,156 cameras to those who sible. Wiggins, pastor of Roser
will be music director; Erie Pa., and Mrs. Ethel J. Norwood 12,912 finished sixth and seventh. The trip will include a Memorial Community
refreshment periods will Jacobson of Rent row, J. Eddowes 9.939B. Both top winners arc visit to Disneyland. The Church, will use the topic
be in charge of Mrs. Frank Okla., and three grand- Green 7.026 students in the fifth gradeat winners will leave June "Adventure In Prayer,"
Shugert,and youth helpers children. D. Tarry 2,142D. the Island Elementary 14 and return June 19, for his sermon at the
will be Donna Holmes, Funeral services and Godfrey 3,192 School. Parrish is the son flying both ways. morning worship serviceat
Mary Lynn Sterner, Jean interment were to be in T. Jenkins 1,358 of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Island clergymen who the church at 9 a.m.,
Dlackburn, RosemaryScanio Bristol. R.Huffinc 2,781 Parrish of Bay Boulevard, tabulated the results of Sunday, June 13.
and David Deam. Griffith-Cline Island J. Rice 4,735D. Anna Maria, and Van- the contest were the Rev. Following the service
Pastoral advisors will Chapel was in charge of Lease 777 Ostcnbrldge the son of Gerald K. Lowe, rector of Sunday School classes for
be the pastors of the two local arrangements.To B. Motter 691 Mr. and Mrs. John Van- the Church of The Annunciation both children and adultsat
churches, the Rev. Rich- Call Police M. Morrick 1,569 Ostenbridge of 71st St., ; the Rev. Lee 10 o'clock, will beheldat
ard K. Wiggins (Roser) T. Angell 3.098 Holmes Beach. Both boys Ratliff. pastor of the the church.
.and the Rev. Lester M. Island residents are reminded -
JUtz (Gloria Dei). that they can ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OF HOMES
Children Llc_*.4 EUctflccI H.w*.* twItokU !., UU*.I
be reach
may reg- their local police CURTIS HUE WAVE SERVICE Cn If. :istered for the school by most quickly by callingthe Cull DIv .t Pin Av.nv. AJdltl.ws t
contacting either of the Sheriffs Office, 74ft Seven L.ROYFERGUSONPHONESt R..ln. Trvatw.rttiy.sti..t.
Open Daily .
sponsoring churches. 7121. 7a.m..IOp.m.Days O.y 778-7143 .. t1ss.
Sun NlfM 778-2039 NORMAN ROSEDALE
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A Week na.m.-iop.m
An ...,1. 778-1410
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
In WMntic. Provincial Trench Alao sph.r.

31 OMmtttwIair Wheel .liiclif CAR WASHING Tlu Repair PHELPS NURSERY

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NORTH END LONGBOAT KF.YLuncheon : w
Reid Sfrvict Meter Repair "
.| 12-Dioorr at 6 p.m. Flowering Shrubs
T.I lt Soratota 3882803 1607 Gulf Drive N., Braclcnton Beach : ,
." i Palms
PHONE 7781115WELCOME '-.: .

DEEP SEA FISHING '(. 'FOR


ABOARD THE ADMIRALS the island


TACKLE AVAILABLE- ? / PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1 Ml

LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD

,HI. 778-2726 TO THE iV THE MANATEE RIVER HOTEL


I.Dn :00 .... fr.. CORTEZ CMoJON OUR ANNA Invites MARIA You ISLAND and

LONGBOAT KEY NEIGHBORS

To Enjoy

THE WEST COAST'S

MANATEE FEDERAL THE GULF Fineit.Frlendlleil, MOil Gracious Dining

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SAVINGS The Nomad Beach Apartments ::1' r'tr "- 'MOM.. THRU SAT. '

6802 Gulf Drive at 68th St., Complete

Holmes Beach 97(:

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Plito Liicbooi
EFFICIENCIES

comr PLAZA 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS Served 11.30 to 2 P.M.

DELUXE PENTHOUSE SUITES

t'ffi1.f6JJ.eAn.e FUNERAl HOMES FULL COURSE LUNCHEONS REASONABLY PRICED

-o --\ FINEST BEACH on WEST COAST COCKTAILS 5:00 to 6:30

r .-.t": POPULAR COCKTAILS SOC
-- ', \ 60 Foot POOLWITH
HOlt D'OUEVRES WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS
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:..-.:... Dinner Hours 5:30 to 8:00DAILY

24 HOUR Am ulance ServiceT.l. WEEKEND GUESTS id OVER.NIGNTS WELCOME INCLUDING SUNDAY

.,1...,: 771.2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND RATE SHEETS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST THE MANATEE RIVER HOTEL

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I: CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE Island Real Estate Sales

INVITATION TO BID
BERNARD MISSION The City of Anna Marls,Florida will Mr. and Mrs. Lewis K. chased by Mr. and Mrs.
receive sealed bids for one new
(CATHOLIC) standard typewriter(manual and electric Cooksey of Cincinnati Harold E. Speight of BraI I
R... Francis F. Wslsmlllr models). Bids must be received recently purchased Lot 7, denton Beach from Mr.
at the City Office by noon, Thursday
MASS-SUNDAY 8 & 10 am June 24. 1965. Block 14, Holmes Beach and Mrs. Dick Wagner.Lot .
WEEKDAYSl B am The City reserves the right to acceptor .M6. i ........+.:i 34th Unit (83rd Street), in Ilexhurst pur-
HOLY DAYSt & 6 reject any or all bids.FRANCES _
am pm
ROSARY & BENEDICTION V.MAXON from Mr. and Mrs. Frank chased by Mr. and Mrs.I I
WEDNESDAYS 7i30 pm City: f.lcrkUNCLASSIFIED: Clingan of Holmes Beach. Gust W. Fried of New \

HorveMemorial ChurchHanD.tIOtIIlnatlonal The transaction was negotiated Fairfield, Conn. from Mr. j
( I) 3 by John B. and Mrs. Dick Wagner. j
",..ce
R Biadcnlon... A. W.Beech Slum Uiii-$1.00-.50 a'1.rH'IrHI lilaioj Prothero, registered real Friends Of Library
estate broker of Holmes I

SUNDAY IllS am Sunday School Building FOR RENT with shower 30 x 40-ft.and bath.Commercial Shelvesand World's Fair House at 621 Key Royale Drive, which Beach. Mrs. H. C. Tom Slaughter -
workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine was purchased last week by Mrs. Charles Schalden- of Palmetto will speak I

Christlwt Scl K. 5..lc. Anna Maria..Inquire at Dottle's, or brand of 609 Ambassador Lane, Key Royale, from Recent sales announcedby to the Anna Maria Island t
A. M. H.... call I 778-211
CMMMNilty the Richmond Construction builder of the .
FOR SALE 40-hoot Steel Flagpoles Corp., Dick Wagner, Realtor, Friends of the Library at
SUNDAY 9iOO am Sunday Service from the World's Fair House on Key house. Pictured below are, left to right: Mrs. of Bradenton Beach, are a meeting at 8 p.m., r
Royale. Excellent for business
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH residence. Contact Howard Adams or at Schaldenbrand, new owner of the house; Howard as follows: Gulf front lot Wednesday, June 16, at '

R... Le Rallill. PesUr 778-1917. Adams, broker for Key Royale Homes, Inc., and in Bradenton Beach, pur- the Holmes Beach City
THURSDAY 1st BRADEN Street North I UN BEA,overlooking H. Gull the Drive Gulf.at Mrs. Lawrence Richmond, representing the seller of chased by Jim Fields and Office.

Il30 pm Vacation Bibl. SchoolFaculty Fine sandy beach, lovely apartments the house, as the purchase contract was signed a few Joseph Harlan of Spring- Mrs. Slaughter is the
MeetingFRIDAYS for rent on yearly basis,$50 to$75 per
month. Ellen Apartments 778-2614. days ago. field, 111. from Mary chairman of the Manatee
5130 pm Hamburger Fry at Bay ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth* -. Timms of Tampa. County Library Regional
SUNDAYS Park ing.Frank Also Beard Dressmaking Phone! 778-1431., Drapes.Mrs. Gulf front lot in Hex- Advisory Board. She will 1

6l4S am Sunday School FOR SALE OR RENT 3-BR,2-Bath: hurst, Bradenton Beach, use as her topic "Andrew

tOtOO am pm Chapel Worship Choir ServiceSl30 Home Beach.with 5604 Florida Cuava Room.Street,Close Holmes to purchased by Fields and Carnegie, Builder of Li-
6130 pm Worship Service Beach. Call 778-2167. Harlan from Mr. and Mrs. braries."
7130 pa Youth Fellowship WANTED TO BUY; All U.S. Coins
MONDAY FRIDAY' Cold, Sam Scalaro of Anna Ma- Interested Island resi-
Currency or Foreign Coins of
8t30 am Vacation Bible School any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, dents are invited to attend
TUESDAY etc. Byron a Bizarre 2403 ria.Lot
Church Choir Bazaar in Ilexhurst the meeting.
7i30 pur-
WEDNESDAY pn 14th*!$*. y.yi.BI..df.'Vl'h..VZ.10'
Intermediate CA RARE BUY ON KEY ROYALEiNon- -= = E3 =
4100 pm -
7100 pm RA, Sunbeams, Jr. GA waterfront corner lot across the street
Meeting from Bay and Boat Basin.Underpriced
7100 Prayer
pm --- -
at 3960. cash. MAHAR REAL ES- -- 1
Reset MeawtUI ChwchNewD.w..1wNl.w.1) Phone 778-1139.
_
( STAMPS &SUPPLIES FOR COL- C.,.. ...v16 =--,"' -
LECTORS. Come In and let us fill
Rev. Richer K. Wiggins .
those empty spaces In your album.
Peeler We carry a supply for ever/collector. e s
THURSDAY You're welcome to come in k browse.
4100 pm Cantus Choir M. L. O'Connor Stamps e. Supplies 16
7i30 pm Senior Choir **- $*| '"\Bradenton.747-2516. "
SUNDAYS BELOW MARKET* Choice Canal' '-
9iOO am Worship Service front Lots on 77th Street.$4.000.72nd riT ; ---
lOlOO am Sunday School Street 4000. 59th Street 4000.
11 tOO am Membership Preparatory Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately I':'
ClassMONDAYS 105 It 230 feet, half block to Gulf. : S. S = === ===== :::::
Price 16500. Want $10,000 offer. Bullf = = -=-= =-
9-11130 am Vacation Church JOHN B. PROTHERO. Registered ==
School Real Estate Broker 116.llatStroet, OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK l = = = = 7'i
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Holmes Beach or call 778-2334.

Church .f Th. AnnunciationEpiscopal PROPERTY MAINTENANCE NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

( ) CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS'
R* Gerald K. Uw., fector MOWING EDGING ETC. =

THURSDAYS 9(00 am Holy Eucharist KEN FELLOWS DOTTIE--JOYCE--VELMA All Senior Operator :: I r(((

TRINITY tlOO am Holy SUNDAYS Eucharist Phone 778.2894 after 4 P.M. '1... At'.. .. Crescent Anna Maria Tol. 771-2311

10130 Sermon am) Church Family School Eucharist & your WOULDN business YOU or profession LIKE TO locate at the I

Gloria Dot Lutheran Church Holmes Beach Shopping Center on kI
Beautiful Anna Marla Island? 100feetof
:
Rev. Lester M. Ut*. Pastor highway frontage, and will lease or FRUIT
SUNDAY build to suit your needs. Contact JLamJucat Car
JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR .
9llS am Sunday School
10130: am Worship Service MftMBIfl|. Anna MarU 77112614WANTEDi PUNCHY J
11130 am Choir RehearsalATTEND Housework Tuesdays and aged flaIlstnaspsc. ;
Wedneedays.Own transportation.Call
722-1523 after S P.M.Reasoner .

& Anson

THE CHURCHOF

Lil .fit61LZ P6MIH
YOUR P. H. RICHARDSP.

Telephone O. BOX 374
CHOICE 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 Phono 771-337 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA 'g'&za'.ct&te
niXlEGRANDE HOTEL BLDG.

.
BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO TilE ISLANDER, THE ISLAND'S OWN
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE SURE TO GET YOUR COpy IN THE MAIL EACH
I WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE UNITED STATES--OR $2 FOR 1 /

SIX MONTHS. CALL 778-2021. OR WRITE BOX 757, ANNA MARIA FLA. -----


Bill Stewart .
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PHOTOGRAPHER We'll huff & we'll puff. .

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s I If'"Syursr.s...,'-..'le,,.,"'..
<< We'll fluff up your towels! .... .. ..-. Se, ltI..........

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STUDIO ....." ,,"'..II" ....

3308-3rd Bradenton,Avenue Florida West $!& sects.41ee1 p..cr.r.d CS N 1...._4 at..the...t rrA t.IN Y4'S4eda1
& ,.
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T.I. 746.2319UNITED + c....','.. .,:, ,.,1,,, It"
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B I "a" 011 saiei salon
TITLE ,nfl-

INSURANCECOMPANY BIG CAPACITY FRIGIDAIRE 5 g:=1Ef part tae 4'Wv r.,N'.".

%'9\ (& real fresh
get
Sict 1197 -
ROOM AIR
CONDITIONERnee".u..h: ,:::
'refect rev* rv rat ..
I.e1r..r p
1M f..... Is.eslss.*( with ALL your laundry!) 19,000 BTU ''hr (NEMA) CAPACITY 'ems:::.M; .._

126. Utfc St West aCALL For Big Multi-Room Cooling Ysw don t.fc- '. wcvr, !

MADINTON. ftA r wfIM if Macs .bfFRIGIDAIRE!

,..... 741.4541WALL
778-2295 Can remove up to 6 ptnts/hr of moisture from

room air.Dtassis .

DECORAnd slides out from cabinet-easy to install GOOD

Beach Bendix and service

OBJECTS OF ARTAt Magnetic front panel "lifts oft for quick access FINANCINGARIANGED I

A Price You Laundry & Dry Cleaners to filterWashable. .

con Afford.We bactericide treated filter traps dirt

Ship Anywhere 205 Gulf Drive No redsnron leach dust and pollen..c9el .

driftwoodgalleries E
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Furniture & ApplianceYour


ANYWHERE Authorized, FRIGIDAIRE Soles & Service; Deafer
Cert** U. A oOHb Sr. W. ON THE ISLAND
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BLAND REAL ESTATEDUPLEX




REDUCED WATERFRONT

UPLEX AT 20176th Street,Holmes Beach.
lir Conditioning and Central Oil Heat. Two MODEL
edrooms each side. One apartment rentedy i
the year. Well landscaped. Sprinkler
ystem. Boat Dock. Paved Street. Price OPENat
{educed to $17,500 for the next 30 days!

JOHN B. PROTHERO

Isttrri Rul Est.t. Iroktr-Silts I Rtitels Home at 112 Mangrove Avenue,Anna Maria,recently
purchased by Miss Linda JoHarrell of Lakeland from SEE
)-81it ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach Mr. and Mrs. William I1.MartinJr.ofSheffield, Ala
The sale was handled by Gertrude Blassingame, JACK HOLMES, Realtor
registered real estate broker of Anna Maria.
(ISLANDER P110T0)Threebedroom PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE
DICK WAGNER r"-- ','
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Keattor r.-,-
2217 GULF DRIVE BRAOCNTDN BCACH 2 Bath Canal Front Home

.W Leasing 'S & S PLAZA' 1 Block from Beach, Central Heat

Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank & Air Conditioning. Completely

Llr,. Start Spact-Night IliiHiiatioi- Furnished, Unusual View TERMS

pie Parking Area-Modern In All Respects ..,
-;;; CANAL LOTS $2,250 I
Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464 canalfront home at 515-71st Street,
Holmes Beach, recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. 75-Foot Wide, High Canal Lots at this
James W. Herringshaw from Ray Roakof St. Peters- remarkable price, well situated In residential
WANT A BARGAIN ? burg. The transaction was handled by C.Hottman, area. This offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLY!
salesman associated with Dick Wagner, Realtor, of
Dradenton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) f, Gertrude Blassingame
We have two homes that are
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
,
holdovers from last
year Fran Maxon, Associate .Q
WHICH WE MUST SELL I I510.711t OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 771.13 '
S".t Fm b :)... ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ..'__"'\JI/r-'

2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, r tl'y; .
.4
FLORIDA ROOM


531.70th Strut ., ,, ,..."!r's.! ::. :" ..w 5KEYANDBAY ROYALE
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS,
LARGE SCREENED LANAI New home at 527 South Drive, Anna Maria, built by
S. Norman Rosedale of Anna Maria for Mr.and Mrs.
BUY DIRECTLY FROM BUILDERAT Winthrop Spencer, formerly of Fort Dix, N. J., who PALMS
DISCOUNTED PRICE I are now making their permanent home here.(Islander
Photo) --
, Wm. B. LEE Co.

778.1917 Gtorft We eer -REALTY MODEL HOMES

UlanJ Shopping' C.nttr
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIADUPLEX OPEN DAILY
JACK'S .. .. .
C* C. .v. fUfl.Br h tAll
*** Pik, A..cl. .
-eHOMESITES -

BARGAIN BOARD and HOMESIN
FOR SALE
IT'S This "Looks like new"
A DANDY--
EVERY PRICE RANGE
Two Bedroom Home on large landscaped lot, THIS IS A UUYIII-FULL GULF BEACH
with air-conditioning 'n everything.Price has PRIVILEGES. Ideal Location. Extra -I-
been cut $3,500 BELOW COSTI Ask to see it. LARGE LOT. BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED WATERFRONT NON.WATERFRONT
and FULLY FURNISHED HOME CLEAN AS
Three EXTRA LARGE Lots at tip of Island. A PIN. Two Bedrooms and Two Baths on
Zoned for duplexes if desired. Can be picked EACH SIDE. You will save many dollars on
up for Only $6,600.Lot this property! FULL PRICE ONLY $21,500.
Owner will give good terms If desired. We will
100' x 100 between highway and beach. gladly cooperate with other brokers.
To settle an estate, it is offered for $3,500.A .
PARRISH REALTY

REALLY FINE LOT--90x, excellent IAltH rAUIlH.. M... PIGGY" .WIIWOOII.. AMMN REGISTERED BROKER
neighborhood in the northern section of Phone 778-1917
Holmes Beach. A real give-away,just $1,750! tat Office Net. A... M.ri. ,.....: 77.-1902


JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
9400 GULF DRIVE

& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria HOLMES lEACH ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND

.., 1 .
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SECLUDED, UNIQUE Apartments
T- r
Canal Front Home condominium

Main House: Two Bedrooms, Bath, HUGE ownership r
Living Room, Den, Dining Room, Spacious
Kitchen, Utility Room with bath, and one-car
garage (Another could be added). Central 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
heating & air conditioning. Attached GLASSED 1 and 2 BathsSWIMMING
AND SCREENED HEATED POOL for year-
POOL
round use.Large connecting studio with bath--
skylight and northern exposure--an artist's $15,500 TO $11,500
or writer's drom--or use as a guest apart- a04.1 ... ..... .,..
ment or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees r.
and shrubs provide a park-like setting for this f U 5 EVERY Diy
unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof .
$45,000 cash, furnished, please do not<< WRITE OR PHONE
request an appointment to see the property
wmooi( HHP. l(
Cl.... ......sd.7Mahar

R.al Estat". PO TI Ofl

IHTN MANAR 110 MANAIItfhtwtd OVER 300 FEET OP GULF FRONT--AS P. O. BOX 1152
!..! I it tt. lr.kwt BEAUTIFUL A BEACH: AS YOU CAN FIND HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

7702 Mi fcfet, N.|MS B..b 771-115* THE WORLD OVER



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r:M ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH II


I Call 778-2012 Ef1?> Father's Day-June 20
me.
e Se4ead r
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER GIFTS & CARDS fLast :\

Plumbing Contractor Call !E.f
5306 Holmes Boulevard for mailing/// father's day gifts
Fixtures 11 *'le eevee -
Plumbing SuppliesPumps,RepairsHUFFINE'S And Remember -

we gift and mail
STANDARD SERVICEPhone Take Care Of Your Furniture. >dddlo, / FREE wrap

778-1771 Days saIi r ./. b k. DYyf KAIv.,

STAISM.. 778-1440 Nights PLEASE COME IN
OIL HOLMES BEACH fj) AND GET YOUR FREE

AAA Service Mechanic BOOKLET ON NEW NEW !


NEW and USED CARS. "eMe a l 'IfU" ?euuetMe" JUST ARRIVED


r PLc6 1 r rxcse ALSO FREE YARDSTICKS S/iMLUXWS

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Tax Reduction :::of 19651\ Telephone 778-1019 4 ROSE MARIE REID

I IN THE EVENT THE UNITED STATES COLE OF CALIFORNIALEE
GOVERNMENT ON OR BEFORE JULY 1, NEW SUMMER HOURS
I 1965 REDUCES OR ELIMINATES THE Noon. on Wednesday BEACHWEAR
CLOSED AT
FEDERAL MANUFACTURERS EXCISE TAX 3o clock| on Saturday
ON THE NEW PHILCO AIR CONDITIONERYOU I 15 1 Piece Styles
PURCHASED, THE PHILCO CORPORA-
TION WILL REFUND THE AMOUNT BY JUST ARRIVED -
WHICH THE TAX IS REDUCED OR ELIMINATED Bikinis Too I
SUBJECT TO EACH OF THE PLASTIC FLOWERS 8t-10t-19*
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
::f 1. You purchase new Philco Air Conditioner Good Assortment All New Stretch
between 15, 1965 and the effective
May FLORAL Picks, Clay 4 Cliigrg
date of the tax change, but in no event Rosette $3.99stretch
later than July 1, 1965; TdL.dWOBB. .
2. This offer applies only if the reduction or nylon & cotton
elimination of the tax is retroactive to terry
cover your purchase period; ., 778-1020. Elasticized Tops & Legs
3. You request refund through the under- & V ro
t signed dealer on or before August 1,1965; MctooldHobbiesRepairingor
4. This offer is not assignable and is void .
where prohibited, restricted or regulatedby .
law.Dealer WhateverWE
Lay. &' .
; f / Phone
Name:......................................... Away '
1HtM 778.1161'Pl.an

Street Address....................................... HAVEPLYWOOD :
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I'0 I ALL SIZES S SHAPES or WE WILL
SPECIALS FRESH MILK DAILY
Better than ever Bargains Ii IF CUT TO FIT YOUR NEEDS GROCERIES-COLD I BEVERAGES-Etc.

TVs AS LOW AS $119.9 SI HANDY DANDYOPEN

Air Conditioners AS LOW AS $138.88! .

T Transistor Radios AS LOW AS $8.95 7A.I.-11'.I.

I Help us meet our Quota to earn EVEIY.. DAY
A Free Trip to Puerto Rico ISLAND
1 r:I (Mats Ittdi Svpplits lie. SHOPPING CENTER 7782810You

ISLAND TV 7781703Corner :S 778-1131

of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Can RENT .
..... .......... FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS
? I"'" "'" '"' wr.t "':""':""'7" '"'
Linens, Blankttt, Pillows,Font, Hospital BJ
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE T.I. 778-1472
Planning Trip ?

BEACH LIQUOR STORE

". ?M 'Pfle4 cal Sal ee HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

0": You Ring 778-2023 We Bring
e.
% AIR LINES FOR DAD Theo f us. New FromSeagram's
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STEAMSHIPSTOURS Crown Royal CourtesyYou 100 PIPERS
1/5 S".ct.l $8.25 SCOTCHCarstairs
1/5 $7.25
LIGHT MILD
SrARkl'N l & WAfERManatee CRUISES 3 for $10.00Falstaff Have OLD MISTER
TheParty IOSTON VODIA

Sec Busch WE QUART 53.99

Bavarian CATERTHEBAR

County Water %& qua 74vd' Soviet Black label Black Hot 'Label

(Company INCORPORATED) COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE HOT N COLD ON BallantineJUNE
M.....Off K.: 4 PAR 89t 20 CANS $1.014 yk
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
Shoppiftf C.nt r, HolM. I..ch, Florid
Telephone' 77SJ022 PHONE 778-3494 GIVE DAD THAT PERFECT GIFT