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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: September 2, 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 )
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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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UNIVERSITY I I Of flal I OA

LlCRARY CF FLORIDA HISTORY
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.


721 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1965 TEN CENTS
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I Conrad's Father And Sister At $100,000 Sewage Treatment I


Longboat Key System To Be hilt In H. I.


When Charles Conrad, ; Initial steps toward the It will be mandatory for
father of Charles Installation of a $100,000 all commercial establish-
Conrad, Gemini 5 astro- I \ sewage disposal systemfor ments in the center of the
naut, was asked Sunday : the commercial area city, from 53rd Street
his opinion of the flight, \ of Holmes Beach were (Gulf Drive) north as far
he praised highly taken at a special meetingof as Griffith-Cline Island
who the Board of Aldermen Chapel to use the facility
anybody, anywhere,
had anything to do with this Friday evening.A after it is Installed.It .
in for contract with Giordan is expected that a
great victory
the United States.space t and Tiona Associates, an federal grant of 30 percent
Conrad Sr., himself a engineering firm Sara- of the cost of the projectcan
pioneer in "space" as one sota, was approved by the be obtained. There is
of the early balloon pilots board. The firm will design also a possibility, if all
for the U. S. Army back the system and plant, necessary; criteria arc
in World War Idays, when and will supervise its fulfilled, that an additional
he soared to "an almost construction. 50 percent of the balanceof
unheard of altitude of 12- Mayor Elmer G. Twist the cost may be recovered -
explained that the only from the federal
000 feet, told newsmen, '
"It's reason for the city to become funds.
been a fascinating
Involved in the plant Alderman Merrill Tritt,
ten days. ;
He and its construction is chairman of the board's
was at Cape Kennedy
when the first blastoff was because federal funds are planning committee, said
and 1 available for part of the that he and his committee
delayed, on Longboat '
Key during the flight He a cost of the system. These Alderman Jack Moormanand
said he never for a minute funds are available, how- former Mayor Carl
had any fears for his son's ever, only if the project Scott, had investigated the
Is sponsored by a munici engineering firm and Its
safety, nor for that of his
pality. Twist said that work "very thoroughly."
partner, Gordon Cooper
eventually the entire cost lie said that other municipalities -
Jr.
Conrad said "Our space of the system will be borne for which the
by Its commercial users. (Continued on Page 3)

Islanders To Take
Anna Maria Has Same Tax Rate j

Day Weekend Taxpayers in Anna Marla under expenditures is
City will be billed at the $32,361 fur streets,
Plans have been com- rate of 3.5 mills for the drainage and bridges, up I
pleted for the Bradenion : next tax year. The rate Is $11,361 over the previous
Yacht Club's annual Labor the same charged duringthe year. Paving assessmentswill :
Day cruise. The three-day past year. take care of $17.000
-
trip, beginning Saturday, A proposed: city budgetfor of that amount, so that the
Sept., will proceed from (top), the 1965- 1966 fiscal city's net cost will be
a rendezvous at Red Nun : ) year shows the estimated only $15,361.The .
Buoy No. 2, via the Inland ; income and expenses to main expenditureslisted
Waterway to the Clear- ) Moss be $52,071, $6.234: lower aresalariesi5-
water Yacht Club, where happy than last year.ActuJlly 000; electricity, $:LOOO;
the large flotilla of boats of home.'M"q'i them. however, the city pier, $1,200; legal
will be welcomed, and the ( I ( / ) city's estimated Income and audit, $1,200; Insurance -
owners and crews will be and expenditures will be $1,500 I ; repairs and
guests at a steak dinner. $10,766 higher than In the maintenance of c Ity equipment
The group will depart at previous year.I $1,000; pciI I I Ice
noon, Sunday Sept. 5, fora of he Increase In Income maintenance, $1,200;
trip to the Outrigger Inn Is due to the following miscellaneous expense,
in St. Petersburg, where estimated increases; Ad $1,000; trash pickup, $2.-
entertainment and an outdoor valurem taxes, $Hlh; Road 000; mosquito control,
luau will be provided.The \J."_ and Bridge (lax, $2,700; $1,200, youth center, $1 I, .
boats will return to ". .-. cigarette I tax, $2X( ); power 000, and a building fund
Bradcnton on Monday, ... and light franchise, $:iX( ); reserve $2,000.
Sept. 6.Fleet. police fines, $S($O, and public hearing on the
Captain Joseph E. ) '" miscellaneous receipts, budget will be held at the
Shannon will be chairmanfor J. $200. .Principal Increase, regular meeting of the
the e'cnt.Recently. however Is $17,(OJO fur Anna Maria City Corn
elected flag E. paving) assessments, up mission, at 7;JO) p.m.,
officers of the yacht club le $6O,( from the previousyear. Monday, Sept. 1:J.
are: George (). Athorne {. '.....-.' A copy of the budget In
of Holmes Beach, com- : .the largest Item listed published on Page 2.
modore; W. J. Wood.l II, th
vice commodore; James the NOTICE -
to lie .
I Mrs. Sterner Ma I he ISLANDER: may now be purchased at the
( ) following storesAnna Maria Anna Maria WA
and Key Sundries.
Bradenton Beach Bradenton Beach Hardware,
Larry's Market, 1 Island Market, Llndftcy'it
Sundries, Connlck'n Grocery and Marchand'H

Market.
Corte/. Curter Fishing. Center.
Holmes I Beach; Manatee County Beach Inland
(Midway! Sand 1 Dollar Gift Shop, Rich's Beach

to Drugs Ihrve Suns and Webb's Inland Pharmacy.



a ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

V.... I.I..U I
MRS. SALLY STERNER T..5.
st_ T ..av...
The Manatee County [ Y 4... N. HIe'-t

Beach will change to Aug. 2478 84 86 90 89 None
Its winter schedule the Aug. 2577 85 85 91 90 None
day after Labor f.JY-- I *. -'. Aug. 2678 85 85 91 90 None
when lifeguards will be ( Bud Aug. 27- .78 HM 91 90 .2
on duty from 10 a.m. in Aug. 23- -78 84 85 90 89 None
until 5 p.m., seven day who Aug. 2977 85 85 90 90 None
each week. rj(, Aug. 30--77 M5 HeX) 88 .1
at ( TO)



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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 2..It' ,

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And HOW does your garden grow

What to plant in the "patio" seems to be one of the
big problems of homeowners. There are many
definitions for"patio"--an enclosed court,an outdoor
playroom, a terrace, a lanai--we'll Just think of it as
an outdoor room, with or without walls or screening__
a place to enjoy leisure and lazy-living. Perhaps it
has a pool, but most important, it must have com-
: fortable furniture and many plants to provide not only
--i-- beauty and shade, but also, coolness and interesting

shadows.To .


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To get some ideas for planting, I decided to tour our
local nursery. Mrs. Clyde Phelps (Miss Lena), who
4 J'\i after 30 years, retired as principal of the Island
:i r K School, acted as our guide. First we looked at the
beautiful ferns growing near the chimney of the office.
k '1) -u These will grow in deep shade or partial sun; their
tt. deep-green crinkled leaves are a real addition to any
t. flower arrangement and they're pest free. We saw
large ferns, too, which reach ten or twelve feet in
height. Perhaps you have seen these used most
effectively in the landscaping of the Al Robson home
r g'r 1 in Bimini Bay. These large ferns were collected from
the swamps between Anna Maria Island and Bradenton. -
"
r f Because they are native, they adapt themselves
a immediately to local growing conditions. Floodingand
brackish water do not bother them. There are so
many species of ferns that you can select the one that
it appeals to you, depending upon whether you want it in
1L a pot or to cover the trunk of a tree.


r.J'U: ....tI_ ... .- .
DAWN AT THE GRAND CANYON--Picture taken straight down, but three or four times the distanceby
from the grounds of the El Tovar Hotel on the south the trail. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Above is one of a
r rim. Around the dark spot in the extreme lower right number of exceptionally good photographs taken by i _
corner is the beginning of the Bright Angel Trail, Harry Varley of Holmes Beach especially for The
down which nonchalant mules and terrified tourists ISLANDER, during a trip he took to the Southwest a
wind their way to the bottom of the canyon--a miler few weeks ago.) __ J f

CITY OF ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA _.-........., -. .. ,...........

I: RIVER STYX BUDGET 1965-1966 The Bromeliad family also is large and excellent for
TOTAL EVALUATION $ 7307360.00 patios and shady nooks. Some of these are native and
will grow in alkaline soil. They maybe grown in pots
(CHARON RETIREDHighway NON-HOMESTEAD PROPERTY 5,720,290.00 1,374,650.00 and moved in during the winter and placed out undera
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY tree in the summer. They have interesting spike
OTHER PROPERTY (Tax Exempt) 212,420.00 blooms that red.
range in color from white to deep
:: The variegated foliage of the newer hybrids is so
: UI ESTIMATED INCOME: colorful that these are exotic plants when not in bloom.
No plant excites more admiration from our winter
Ad Valorem Tax @ 3.5 mills $ 20,021.00 visitors than a fine specimen of Monstera Dellclosa,
Occupational Licenses 5000.00 with Its dark-green, perforated leaves. Plant it near
Building Permits 2000.00 a tree or provide a large totem pole for It to climb.
City Pier Rent 900.00 Strong winds will tear the leaves, so it requires a
Community House Rent 350.00 protected area.
Road and Bridge Tax 8,700.00 The Schefflera (Umbrella tree) may be toppe
Cigarette Tax 8000.00 frequently to keep it low and bushy in the patio; tht
the Florida-Alabama line with Florida Power and Light Franchise 4,500.00
sign near Dwarf Banana (Cavendish), Moses in the bullrushes
the "Charon Retired" presumably to show that a Miscellaneous Receipts 700.00 Dlffcnbachia, Chinese Evergreen, Marantas and Pep-
bridge has taken the place of a ferry. What one of Police Fines 700.00 eromia are other plants suited for an outdoor llvinj
The ISLANDER'S far-ranging photographers, who Mosquito Control 1,000.00 room. ]
took the picture, neglected to bring back was a Interest collected on delinquent taxes & At the Agricultural Center in Palmetto man
picture of a second sign which reads: "Governor street paving assessments 200.00 pamphlets are available on the subject of "Pat!
Wallace Welcomes You. (ISLANDER PHOTO) "
52U71.00ESTIMATED Plants. Why don't you visit a nursery and take a trip
S to the Center before you plant or replant your patio]
You will get many ideas and a trip such as thin doojj
EXPENSES: make a pleasant day. Jj
Just before I left the Phelps' beautiful gardens,,
Electricity $ 3000.00 "Miss Lena" told me that after she made her farewell -
City Pier 1200.00 speech at school, a little boy approached her and
300.00
WaterTelephone said, 'But. Mrs. Phelps, how are you going to miss.
40.00 the children if you're going to be In a nursery?" "
Salaries 15000.00 .
1Original Streets, Drainage, Bridges See you next week.
r
32361.00 --GINNIE
Reimbursement 17,000.00 Net 15361.00
Community Hall 800.00
Office Supplies and Expense 550.00 '

r Legal and Audit 1200.00 t \\J ..
1500.00 --
Insurance
Repairs & Maintenance, City Equipment 1000.00 /, i 1Page
Advertising 200.00
drawing of Anne Hathaway's Cottage at City Parks and Beautification 500.00
Stratford upon Avon, England. The drawing was Police Maintenance 1200.00
done by Islander Bob Feeley of Key Royale,who with Miscellaneous Expense 1000.00 The Islander
Mrs. Feeley, is on an extended tour of Europe. Trash Pick-up 2,000.00SS An Independent Weekly published r

Tax & Adm. Expense 550.00 every Thursday by THE[ ISLANDER
Contingencies 500.00 PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine t Q
Mosquito Control 1200.00 Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida
Youth Center 1000.00 EDITOR: STEVE KIM )ALLQ
..v r Discount on Taxes 800.00 ADVERTISING MANAGER:
Discount on Road Assessment 250.00 MARGE KIMBALL
Electrical Inspector 800.00 Mall Address: P. O. Box 757. Anna 4
Island Sanitation 120.00 Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 iON
Building Fund Reserve 2000.00 33501
Q' .. ,. Entered a* Second Class matter
S 52071.00 under the Act of March 3. 1879




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Thursday September 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page ,1


HOLMES BEACH High Twelve' Club'

(Continued from Page 1) COMMEMORATING Gene Dashiell of Hewlett
firm had worked had
400aanniv6RSaay Packard Co.of St. Peters-
recommended the work
will be the
burg guest
and the firm very highly. OF THE ORIGINAL
speaker at the meeting of
Tritt also said that the
Settlement the Island High Twelve
present system of sewage
Club, to be held at PeteReynard's
disposal In the commer- .
,.. .
INJHE NEW WORLD.- __ Yacht Clubat
cial area of the city wasa
noon, Thursday,Sept.2.
distinct health hazard.
.
will be "The
His
subject
Emil Tiona of the engi-
and Use of
Manufacture
neering firm, who was avcus f
Electronic Testing De-
present at the meeting, "
said he believed the great- 28 vices.
11L- FIRST DAY OF ISSUE
At the meeting of the
est possible stumblingblock r N '
p 1965
to the project wouldbe following week,on Thursday -

Its financing.The J2pg Sept. 9, the speakerwill

application for the be Joseph Sicilllano.:
federal director of the Veterans
grant was signedat 0
yaw Information Center for
a second special meet-
Ing of the aldermen late yr h1tST ititMtA EN1uttovcA Manatee County. lie will

on Monday afternoon. To t sErT1F1tExT J'.b... r yw Lb.j1 speak on the subject,
[STAaU9ED rr "Veterans' Benefits/
meet a Sept. 1 deadline, TIeU SPANISH At
"
/ Master Masons Invited.
the application to the De- AUGUSTStE.ILOMOA J -

partment of Health, IStb Senior RepublicansThe
Education and Welfare, .L:1.J..J'C/
had to be In Jacksonville Manatee County Sen-
Tuesday.At first day cflnnue ior Republican Club will

Monday's hold a dinner meeting at
resolution meeting, a 'list day cover, mailed from St. Augustine on The cover was mailed to 'l he ISLANDER by Anna the Cortez Room of the

the was passed to Saturday, Aug. 28, the day on which the commenora- Maria Postmaster Sally Sterner, who attended the William Tally House at

give execute mayor any authorityto and all tive Florida 400th anniversary stamp was issued. ceremonies and visited the St. Augustine Post Office. Cortez Plaza, at 5:30

papers In connection with site, $4,500, and fee fora ANNA MARIA POSTMASTER VISITS ST. AUGUSTINEAnna p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 7.

the sewage plant, and to resident inspector, $1- Wilfred A. LePage of
Maria PostmasterMrs. half million.In Across the of the
negotiate for the purchaseof 000. nearly a top Longboat Key will show a
Sterner last addition the office is "Five Cent Uni-
Sally design Red Cross film on Disas-
land for the plant. Alsoto An application for $38-
week visited St. also received several ted States Postage" and
Augustineto ter Relief, which is of
give assurance of com- 200 In federal funds was
see the start of the hundred thousand orders down the right side is an particular Interest duringthe
pliance by the city to made.It .
12-day quadricentennial for the stamp, and it was inscription reading "Set hurricane season. The
Title 6 of the Civil RightsAct is expected that the
celebration ceremoniesand necessary to hire 34 tem- tlement of Florida 1565- public is invited to attend
regarding discrimi- plant will be located between -
nation. Gulf Drive and 54th to visit the St. Augus- porary employees to 1965." It is printed In the meeting which will
tine Post Office handle the rush. red black and yellow. take 7
Saturday, place at p.m.
Estimated costs of the Street, behind the officeof
the day on which the new The stamp shows a Span- The Spanish governmentalso President E. D. Wet-
project are: Construction, the Holmes Construction -
commemorative Florida ish explorer In the fore- is Issuing an exact more of Holmes Beach
$77,000 cost Co.
engineering
; 400th with a duplicate of the has extended
anniversary stamp ground, flowing stamp a particular
$10,780 (14 of the Estimated time of com-
percent issued. and sword held aloft. for the caption and
was cape except invitation to Island Repub-
construction of the is
cost); legal pletion system
According to the St.Augustine The royal banner of Spainis denomination. licans and visitors.
and fiscal, $3,500; administrative 180 days.
the painted behind the -
postmaster, explorer
cost, $500; The sewage system Is
office had for and the left side
requests on
a three and one-half per- the largest project ever
Zmsde
than first of the the 1fIdttc.
more 350,000 stamp arc ships .
cent contingency fund, undertaken by any of the
day covers, with the num- which brought the expedi-
$2,720; estimated cost of cities on the Island.
ber expected to reach tion to Florida. BUILDERAnna

ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Uc_..4 EUcfficvl tf; Maria 778.2557
c-__....
Golf 0.._ .t Pin. A..we BETTER LIGHT \ -
L. ROY) FERGUSON

PHONES: D.. 77S.2UJ i )) i u J r K' i[ )) K' u G !> C O b I If')1)1 f A fW
MlaM 77..ZOS'BUILDER lightensHOMEWORK! '\

t KKS I ISLAND L ) r'HAK'MAc.' ( V
OF HOMES
...... ."... I. ... 111..4
c I...... sad e-" ',,_,. SPECIALS Sept. 2-3-4
....kliAddiN.w, a
........ Y"' ......, 4 oz
..ti...*.. .]..... Sea & Ski
NORMAN ROSE DALE t0 RgQSyrian 99I
A-. M.ri 771.1410
LOTION SI.4'


sro.ISM'.SLOUISE ; ,


I V/i oz Reel Roll Cotton 47? 29{
ISLANDERS.WH,..i yw ,.

In I, ..ni.M, stop .t i4i.

Sp.t....... W.'II W.|CMJ11I2THST. .
,.... 36 Super PI.laMlls
W.SERNISOFT..
Air c.edIH.n.d. Op.n sRENT52tS -., FREEwith purchase of 144 $7.95



4 Pr. Sweet-n-Dry REG. 98< 59$

Baby Pants




I Choose ALLCLOCKS 107

I ( OFF


THE PLAN

THAT'S RIGHT 18 oz Micrii REG $1.29 99(


FOR YOU I II WAS "" OZ REG
leoi ton THIS TA. ON STUDY LA"". CREME RINSE 60< 48

It mnifM that It mmpln with Ow nkl
Tank Exchange Service 1lUnd.rd. of Ow IWiUr laths Hrilrr Sifht llurwu CORONET
SPECIAL
and lllumirMtinf Knirwwnn: < SIB triyO 2 ROLLS 22$

Rental Service TISSUE REG 29<

Own I Your Own 1 IVrttrr homework means higher In.ff'll in M hool l :5 Ibs Epsom Salts R0E9 c 39<

Electricity ill cheap about two hours of 2tJO.watt lighting< for only

I penny In fact it'a now chnprr Iran; ever Today, the average prx-w<< IROIL-A-WAY REG 63.99

,. paid per kilowatt hour for Sunshine Service electricity in the home M WAGON BRAZIER $7.95

actually 31% cheaper than just 10 yean 110.

Water Conditioning Start your child "flack to School" with a new, nvaiem study Lamp WE GIVE 4iL GREEN STAMPS

Headquarters: functionally designed for "mnt without glare or strain



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( [ 'S
AMERICA'S RADEMTON FIRST >* f i AMI IS


WATER CONDITIONING J. .. W.ss. .......*
SERVICES

pkon 778-1411 8 to 8 Weekdays


E R1 SOFT 'Lilli'i rivet i L I t 1 1 CI. r a s rr.Iilgai Nights 778.2075 8 to 2 Sunday

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 2.196s
2 --

4 t ilcJe't ffetls! andCockle


kells


And HOW does your garden grow?

What to plant in the "patio" seems to be one of the
big problems of homeowners. There are many
definitions for"patio"an enclosed court, an outdoor
playroom, a terrace, a lanai--we'll Just think of it as
an outdoor room, with or without walls or screening_
a place to enjoy leisure and lazy-living. Perhaps it
has a pool, but most important, it must have com-
fortable furniture and many plants to provide not only
beauty and shade, but also, coolness and interesting
shadows.To .







I

} ti

t b n
.
)
get some ideas for planting, I decided to tour our
local nursery. Mrs. Clyde Phelps (Miss Lena), who
. after 30 years, retired as principal of the Island
School, acted as our guide. First we looked at the
beautiful ferns growing near the chimneyof the office.
These will grow in deep shade or partial sun; their
deep-green crinkled leaves are a real addition to any
flower arrangement and they're pest free. We saw
large ferns, too, which reach ten or twelve feet In
height. Perhaps you have seen these used most
effectively in the landscaping of the Al Robson home
in Bimini Bay. These large ferns were collected from
the swamps between Anna Maria Island and Bradenton. -
11. :1r Because they are native, they adapt themselves
immediately to local growing conditions. Floodingand
brackish water do not bother them. There are so
t
s many species of ferns that you can select the one that
appeals to you, depending upon whether you want it ina
pot or to cover the trunk of a tree.

.
;) !l'Li1 J :, J'

DAWN AT THE GRAND CANYON--Picture taken straight down, but three or four times the distanceby
from the grounds of the El Tovar Hotel on the south the trail. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Above is one of a t
rim. Around the dark spot In the extreme lower right number of exceptionally good photographs taken by
corner is the beginning of the Bright Angel Trail, Harry Varley of Holmes Beach especially for The
down which nonchalant mules and terrified tourists ISLANDER, during a trip he took to the Southwest a
wind their way to the bottom of the canyon--a mile few weeks ago.) "

CITY OF ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
.
.._ .,
-- ----

r RIVER STYX BUDGET 1965-1966 The Bromeliad family also is large and excellent for
TOTAL EVALUATION $ 7,307,360.00 patios and shady nooks. Some of these are native and
will grow in alkaline soil. They may be grown in pots
CHARON RETIRED NON-HOMESTEAD PROPERTY 5720290.00 and moved in during the winter and placed out undera
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY 1374650.00 tree in the summer. They have interesting spike
.. OTHER PROPERTY (Tax Exempt) 212420.00 blooms that range in color from white to deep red.
The variegated foliage of the newer hybrids is so
ESTIMATED INCOME: colorful that these are exotic plants when not in bloom.
No plant excites more admiration from our winter
p tY Ad Valorem Tax @ 3.5 mills $ 20021.00 visitors than a fine specimen of Monstera Dellclosa,
t
Occupational Licenses 5000.00 with Its dark-green, perforated leaves. Plant it neara I
Building Permits 2000.00 tree or provide a large totem pole for it to climb.
City Pier Rent 900.00 Strong winds will tear the leaves, so It requires a]
Community House Rent 350.00 protected area.
Road and Bridge Tax 8700.00 The Schefflera (Umbrella tree) may be topped
Cigarette Tax 8000.00 frequently to keep it low and bushy in the patio; the
Highway sign near the Florida-Alabama line, with Florida Power and Light Franchise 4500.00 Dwarf Banana (Cavendish), Moses in the bullrushes*
the "Charon Retired" presumably to show that a Miscellaneous Receipts 700.00 Dlffcnbachla, Chinese Evergreen, Marantas and Pep-
bridge has taken the place of a ferry. What one of Police Fines 700.00 eromia arc other plants suited for an outdoor livin
The ISLANDER'S far-ranging photographers, who Mosquito Control 1000.00 room.
took the picture, neglected to bring back was a Interest collected on delinquent taxes & At the Agricultural Center in Palmetto man]
picture of a second sign which reads: "Governor street paving assessments 200.00 pamphlets are available on the subject of "pati<
Wallace Welcomes You. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Plants." Why don"t you visit a nursery and take a t i''YI I
$ 52,071.00 to the Center before you plant or replant your ]]
You will get many ideas and a trip such as P3tiol
ESTIMATED EXPENSES: make a pleasant day.
Just before I left the Phelps' beautiful ,
Electricity $ 3,000.00 "Miss Lena" told me that after she made her farewell -
City Pier 1,200.00 speech at school, a little boy approached her and
Water 300.00 said, 'But, Mrs. Phelps, how are you going to miss
Telephone 40.00 the children if you're going to be in a nursery?"
Salaries 15000.00 '

.Ir. Streets, Drainage, Bridges See you next week.
: $32,361.00 GINNIK
Reimbursement 17,000.00 Net 15361.00
'
Community Hall 800.00
.
,= Office Supplies and Expense 550.00 ,
--- #' / ,ax \ I
Legal and Audit 1,200.00 e.

Sf. 1& Repairs Insurance& Maintenance, City Equipment 1,500.00 1,000.00 /, i' t 1Page --

Advertising 200.00
Original drawing of Anne Hathaway's Cottage at City Parks and Beautification 500.00
Stratford upon Avon, England. The drawing was Police Maintenance 1200.00
done by Islander Bob Feeley of Key Royale, who with Miscellaneous Expense 1,000.00 The Islander
Mrs. Feeley, is on an extended tour of Europe. Trash Pick-up 2,000.00SS An Independent Weekly published
Tax & Adm. Expense 550.00 every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
Contingencies 500.00 PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine t
Mosquito Control 1,200.00 Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Youth Center 1,000.00 EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL
Discount on Taxes 800.00 ADVERTISING MANAGER: N
Discount on Road Assessment 250.00 MARGE KIMBALL
Electrical Inspector 800.00 Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna 4
,, Island Sanitation 120.00 Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
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Thursday September 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER

HOLMES BEACH High Twelve' Club'

(Continued from Page 1) COMMEMORATING Gene Dashiell of Hewlett
firm had worked had ,. .
,. Packard Co.of St. Peters-
". j .
the work 4oothannivcRsaRy' .. .-.
recommended < : :, burg will be the guest
and the firm very highly. OF THE ORIGINALSettlement, speaker at the meeting of
Tritt also said that the the Island High Twelve
present system of sewage Club, to be held at PeteReynard's
disposal in the commer- HE NEW WORLD'... Yacht Clubat
cial area of the city wasa noon, Thursday,Sept.2.
distinct health hazard. .. His subject will be "The
Emil Tiona of the engi- Manufacture and Use of
neering firm, who was avcusl Electronic Testing De-
present at the meeting, vices."
said he believed the great- 28 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE At the meeting of the
est possible stumbling s 1965 following week,on Thurs-
block to the project. wouldbe day, Sept. 9, the speakerwill
its financing.The be Joseph Sicllllano.
for the ,
application director of the Veterans
federal grant was signedat I Information Center for
a second special meet
ing of the aldermen late ', MST E1MlAtEM Manatee County. lie will
.J..b.-J speak on the subject
ti
serruMEMTCSTAOUSHCOir '
afternoon. To .
on Monday :' "Veterans' Benefits.* All
meet a Sept. 1 deadline, TNt SPANISH AT "
the application to the De- MJGUSTWC.nJOnOA !_ J. .( .. Master Masons Invited.

partment of Health ISM Senior RepublicansThe
Education and Welfare, rou.A ?7t t ...9.1J.:1..rC/ Manatee County Sen-

had to be in Jacksonville first day of bfuio ior Republican Club will
.
Tuesday.At hold a dinner meeting at
Monday's meeting, a lrst day cover, mailed from St. Augustine on The cover was mailed to The ISLANDER by Anna the Cortez Room of the
resolution was passed to Saturday, Aug. 28, the day on which the commenora- Maria Postmaster Sally Sterner, who attended the William Tally !House at
give the mayor authorityto tive Florida 400th anniversary stamp was issued. ceremonies and visited the St. Augustine Post Office. Cortez Plaza, at 5:30

papers execute in connection any and with all site, $4,500, and fee fora ANNA MARIA POSTMASTER VISITS ST. AUGUSTINEAnna p.m.Wilfred, Tuesday A. ,LcPage Sept. 7.of

the sewage plant, and to resident inspector, $1- Maria PostmasterMrs. nearly a half million. Across the top of the Longboat Key will show a
negotiate for the purchaseof 000. Sally Sterner last In addition the office design is "Five Cent Uni- Red Cross film on Disaster -
land for the plant.Also An application for $38- several ted States Postage" and
week visited St. Augustineto also received Relief which is of
200 in federal funds was
of
to give assurance com- see the start of the hundred thousand orders down the right side Is an particular interest duringthe
pliance by the city to made.It 12-day quadricentennial for the stamp, and It was Inscription reading "Set hurricane season. The
Title 6 of the Civil RightsAct is expected that the celebration ceremoniesand necessary to hire 34 tem- tlement of Florida 1565- public Is invited to attend
will be located between
regarding discrimi- plant Gulf Drive and 54th- to visit the St. Augus- porary employees to 1965." It Is printed in the meeting which will
nation. tine Post Office Saturday, handle the rush. red, black and yellow. take place at 7 p.m.
of the Street behind the officeof
Estimated costs the day on which the new The stamp shows a Span- The Spanish governmentalso President E. D. Wet-
project are: Construction, the Holmes Construction commemorative Florida ish explorer in the fore- Is issuing an exact more of Holmes Beach
$77,000;engineering cost, Co. 400th anniversary stamp ground, with a flowing duplicate of the stamp, has extended a particular
$10,780 (14 percent of the Estimated time of com- was issued. cape and sword held aloft. except for the caption and Invitation to Island Republicans -
construction cost); legal pletion of the system is According to the St. Augustine The royal banner of SpainIs denomination. and visitors.
and fiscal, $3,500 administrative 180 days.
behind the
postmaster, the painted explorer I
cost, $500; The sewage system is
office had requests for and on the left side
a three and one-half per- the largest project ever of the the 1fIdItc. 1tlUMJe
more than 350,000 first stamp are ships .
undertaken of the
fund by
,
cent contingency any
day covers, with the num- which brought the expedi-
estimated cost of cities on the Island.
$2,720
;
ber expected to reach tion to Florida. BUILDERAnna

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 2, 1965
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MR. AND MRS. WALDEMAR WYDLER of Park

All About People Avenue, Anna Maria, have returned to the Island
. after a six-week trip to Washington, New York City
MRS. FRANK A.DOBBE of Haverkos Court, Holmes and Brookhaven, L. I. During their trip they visited
Beach, recently spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Albert their son, Congressman John Wydler, and their
J. Dobbe and family,former Island residents who daughter and her family at Brookhaven, and at Fire
now make their home in Miami. Miss Mary Dobbe Island. On their way home they visited their grandson,
visited in Orlando the same week, where she was a Tommy Thompson, who is taking his Army basic
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vincent and their training at Fort Gordon, N. C.
infant son. Mrs. Vincent is the former Miss Jeanne p''w MR. AND MRS. DICK SEBA of Richardson, Texas,
Dryden, also a former Island resident. Mr.and Mrs. both former Island residents, became parents of a
Vincent and son will be guests of Miss Dobbe over nine-pound son on Saturday, Aug. 28, Richard Lee
the Labor Day weekend.MR. J JD Seba Jr. Mrs. Seba is the former Miss JacquelineReid
AND MRS. HERMAN L. STORRER of Marina \ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jack Reid of
Drive, Holmes Beach, have returned home from a Anna Maria, and Seba is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
summer spent in Pittsford, N. Y. On their way home,, Ralph Brown of 77th Street, Holmes Beach.
... .
they visited their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. RUSSELL A. KING, son j --- ---- -
I.
Herman Storrer Jr., and their son-in-law and w b..V of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur -

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barham, all in Rochester 1 i King of 501 North Bay
N. Y.; another son-in-law and daughter,Mr. and Boulevard, Anna Maria,
Mrs. Edmund Karle in Rahway, N. J.; Col. and Mrs. Hair style show participants: Left to right are Gladys recently completed eight
Robert Watts in Watertown, N. Y., and also visited Burghardt and Ann Burghardt of Bradenton Beach, weeks of Army basic
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wagner at Mountain City, Ga. for and Helen Peters of Holmes Beach. The first two training at Ft. Jackson,
five days. were models in hair styling show at Pete Reynard'sYacht S. C.
MISS DENICE BAROLO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Club Restaurant Saturday evening for Sally'sSalon Following a two-week .
Louis J. Barolo of Bradenton Beach, was home last of Bradenton, and Mrs. Peters was the masterof leave which he spent with
week before leaving to enter Stetson University for ceremonies for the show. (ISLANDER PHOTO) his family on the Island, ;

her senior year. he left for Ft. Sam Hous-
MRS. POLLY ARCHER of Sunrise Lane, Holmes and sons Matt and Lee, are expected as Labor Day ton, San Antonio, Texasv
Beach, is spending her vacation from her duties as weekend guests of Col. Leeper s sister, Mrs. Alma where he has been assigned -
Holmes Beach City Clerk visiting friends and familyin Henderson of North Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. to the Army Medical
Georgia.M. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DIAMANT of College Corps.

J. HINKLE of 75th Street, Holmes Beach, was Park, Ga., and their children, Kati, Gregg Trudi and Pvt. King is a graduate L $
notified this week that he was the winner of a two- Tani, were recent guests of Mrs. Diamant parents, of Manatee High School.RUSSELL KING

week all expense trip to Paris. Hinkle, comanagerof Mr. and- Mrs. Wyatt Blassingame of Maple Avenue, MR. AND MRS. RY CLARKE of Gulf Park are now
the Bradenton office of Hayden Stone,Inc., won the Anna Maria. Diamant, a civilian, has been an Army visiting their son-in-law and daughter in Durham,
trip for his selling efforts over the past several entertainment director since 1953, and has been N. C. for the next month. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke have
months. He and Mrs. Hinkle will make the trip earlyin attached to the Third Army.since November, 1963.A been in Houston for six weeks, during which time he
October. native of New York City,he has a MFA degree from
underwent surgery twice at Methodist Hospital, and
THE REV. AND MRS. SAMUEL BEATY, of Columbus Yale University's Department of Drama, where he is now recuperating. They expect to return to the
Ohio, and son Jack,were recent weekend visitorsat majored in playwrighting. He has written four full Island early in October.MR. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shugert of 57th length plays and 16 one-act plays, and his theatrical AND MRS. CLYDE LATCHEM of Second Ave.,
Street, Holmes Beach. The Rev. Mr. Beaty was the experience includes directing, stage managership, Holmes Beach, returned to the Island a fewdays ago
former pastor of the Marengo Ohio) Methodist film theater management and some time as an Army from a two-week vacation in St. Louis, where they
Church and after leaving the church, was asked backto entertainment director in Kaiserlautern and Frank- visited Mr. Latchem's parents and Mrs. Latchem's
perform the wedding ceremony for the Shugerts' fort, Germany, and Orleans, France. He organizedthe sister.

daughter. He was a representative from Columbus to European Theatre Council, the focal point for DR. AND MRS. RICHARD E.LEIGHTON of Concord
the annual Scout at the famous English-speaking theatre in Europe.MR. .
camping trip
Boy groups Lane, Key Royale, have as guests for two weeks,
and he and MRS. KENNETH SCHADT of Lake View
Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, AND and
Mrs. brother
Leighton s grandmother Mrs. B.
Mrs. Beaty visited the Island on their way home to Drive, Anna Maria, are home after spending several Semanowski and Robert Duchapkiewicz of Burlington,
Ohio. months in Janesville, Wis. N. J.
MRS. FRANCES V. MAXON of North Shore Drive, MRS. HAROLD MILES of 78th Street, Holmes Beach, COL. AND MRS. MERVIN C.BOWERSof Ambassador -
Anna Maria, and her children, Rolf and Prudence, has returned from Allison Park, Pa., where she has
have had
Lane, Key Royale, as recent guests
home last week from the been for the
came a trip through Great summer.
Col. and Mrs. Herbert K. Greer of Alexandria, Va.
Smoky Mountains. Mrs. Maxon was on vacation from MR. AND MRS. JACK WHITESIDE of South Bay Col. Bowers and Col. Greer served in the Army
her duties as Anna Maria City Clerk. Boulevard, Anna Maria, and family, have returned to together before retirement.
LT. COL. A D MRS. EMMETT LEEPER Eustis, Tampa, after spending the summer on the Island.

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Thursday, September 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 5

Guests atthe Motels r----- --- Odttll-4'tte6
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MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mri. Duke L. Davit of Fort Lauderdale ROBERT MICHAEL CARROLL 64, of 3124-21st
and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. DIRalmoof Winter Haven. Mr. P(4
and Mra. H. E.Shanton and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Furlong and Street East, Bradenton, died at Manatee Memorial
Ion of Vienna. Va. Mra. Harold Prlne of Bradley and family. ArthurB. Hospital, Friday, Aug. 27.

.ROD Cunnaraon& REEL of MOTEL Scaradile: Mr.N. Y.and Mr*. Samuel Miller and R.O. Walth of Born in Toledo, Ohio, he moved to Manatee County

Tampa. Mr. and Mra. J. O. Clement of Bradenton. Mr. and Mra. from that city, 14 years ago. He was a retired Toledo
C. L. Hawley and daughter; Mr. and Mra. O. W. Lynch and Mr. and Mra.
Paul Martin all of Lakeland. Mr. and Mra. Thomas R. Wood of city fireman; a member of the Catholic Church, and
Mooreavllle, Ind., and family. Mr. and Mra. C.C. Llghtaey and Mr. and of the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Toledo.
Mrs. Frank Cale of Halnea City. Michael and Steve Wallace of Columbua,
Ohio. Mr. and Mra.James D. Brewster of Rlvervlew. t Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Carroll of
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mra. Al Decker of Chicago and aon. Mr. and tia Bradenton Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Jane Munchof
Mri. Ralph Helng of El Paso Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sample of
Lakeland. Perrysburg, Ohio, and Mrs. Edith Tedrow of
EAST O* THE SUN:Mra.Adrian Smith of Lansing. Mich., and daughters Toledo; three brothers, Thomas, William and Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Ben! Jernlgan of Tampa and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Parker of Detroit. Mr. and Mrs.P.Clark of Goshen Ind., and daughter. Carroll, all of Toledo; seven grandchildren, and five
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Mrs.Marie Walters of Lakeland and family. .- great grandchildren.
Joe Wllllama of Orlando. Mr.and Mr*.W.Loving of Treasure Island. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Saliva of Tampa. Mr.and Mra. E. O. Brown of Gaines Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St.
ville. Mr. and Mra. R. Roberts of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Joseph's Catholic Church, with the Rev. Cornelius
Whitehorn of Detroit. Mr. and Mra. John Bailey, of New York and son.
THE ROCKETTES' GULP TO BAY MOTELi Mr. and Mra. Everett Prater Dougherty, pastor of the church, officiating. Burialwas
of Odessa and family. Mr. and Mra. D. W. Alderman of Mulberry. at Skyway Memorial Gardens, with members of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P.Werneof Duffield.Va., and family. Mr. and Mra. .
David R. Bryant of Gainesville and family. C. V. Corcora of: Clifton the Holy Name Society as pallbearers.
N. J.. and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Kerkeilager of Margate. Mr. Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, Bradenton, was In
and Mrs. Rodney J. Hullebarger of Lima Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James r r.4L of .
Fraser cI Rlver.ide Ont. Mr.and Mra.E.Welafore cI Winnipeg Man. charge arrangements.
Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Evans of Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barker / / /
of Dunlap. Tenn.. and family. Mr. and Mra. George Man of Fort Myera WILLIAM HER2BERG. 78 of 208-55th Street
and family. Mr. and Mra. T. L. Sparrow of Bartow. Rev and Mr*. ,
Cecil Luk of Holly Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and Mr. and Mra. Holmes Beach, died at a local hospital, Sunday, Aug.
F. J. Clark of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weatberry of Lakeland, and 29. Born in Chicago he moved to the Island a
family. Mr. and Mra. C. E. Walls of Cincinnati and party. Mr. and year
Mr. Gene Tillman of Auburndale. and family. ago from Peoria, 111.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Tommy Jones family; Deon Beard family; Daniel lie was the retired of a country club in
Llndahl family and Mra. B. Gunter and family all of Lakeland.! Mr. and manager
Mrs. D. C. Gates and Mr. and Mra. Eugene Haslam of Clarlngton. Ohio. Peoria; was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church,
Gene Hyman family of Auburndale. James G. Green family LJthla. and a member of the American Legion in Peoria.
Glenn A. Simmons family of Lenox. Ga. Charles P. Dossey family of
Pierce. Russell G. Waldorf family of Bartow. L. H. Tash family of lie is survived by his wife, Mrs. Frances Herzberg
Avon Park. Sidney Heater family of Leesburg. M. E.Hall family and of Holmes Beach.
Bernard L. Tharp family Bartow. Emery V.WatlOll family and John A,
Jones family of Rlverview. Mr. and Mrs.E.F.Buriess of GIb.onton. Funeral services and burial to be in Peoria.
Mrs. Jane E.Tlaoncl Ruakln. Robert Schults,Joe Kramer John Penn and Grlffith-Cllne Island Chapel was in charge of local
Bill Walk of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Darts of Lenox. Ga. .
Mr. and Mra. William O. Townley and Mr. and Mr*. Maxo Evans of Mul arrangements.
berry. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Vandaell of New Orleans. Mr. and sr -I -I -I

Mrs.FLAMINGO Steve Sarfi COURT of Woodmere MOTELS Ohio.J. K. Hopkins of Houston Texas. A. A. OSCAR B. PARKER, 73, of 7302 Palm Drive, Holmes

Moose of Ormond Beach. M. H. McGlamery of Daytona Beach. t Beach, died at his home, Sunday, Aug. 29. Born in
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. William Barth of NU... -
111., and family. Mrs. Merle Wardof Bartow and Ion Wayne. Mr. and Pewaukee, Wis., he moved to the Island a year anda
Mra. Herbert Rueth of Elmhurst N. Y.. and sons. Tommy. Steve and Many half ago from Milwaukee.
Mr. Rueth'a brother-in-law and slater Mr and Mrs. John Flit-
visiting gerald owners of Bayview Villa. He was a retired machinist; a member of the First

TOPAZ MOTEL Mr and Mra. Johnny Layo of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Church of Christ Scientist, and a member of the
Steve Plavchas of Bartow. A. L. Lester of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientistof
Noreen Gibson of Lake Worth. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Harlow of Tampa. ,'I
Mr. and Mra. James Sltls of El wood. Ind. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Caiyer d Boston, Mass.Survivors .
Richmond Va., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.Lowe of Athens Cs. his wife Mrs. Louise Parker of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenes of Panama City. M.D. Merrln of Eagle Bob Anderson of Sarasota, and his mother, Mrs. are ,
Lake. Walter Wiexorck of Bradenton and family. Mr. and Mrs.Ivan Grace Anderson of Bowling Green, Ky. (top picture), Holmes Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Bennettof
Fulton, and Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hatchett of Lakeland. Richard Hager of Pewaukee Wis. and Mrs. Ethel Klein of Wau-
Portland, Ohio.CHARLIN found good results in fishing from the pier at the ,
VILLAS: Mr. and Mra. Thomas W. Wilson of Dayton. Ohio. Manatee County Deach. Anderson holds a string of watosa, Wis., a son, Robert J. Parker of Milwaukee,
NOMAD MOTELi Miss Elate Sand of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. and seven grandchildren.
Klnstle and Mr. and Mrs. B. Tekamp of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. eight mackerel, and an about-elght-pound cobla.
Robert Tilford and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller Indianapolis. Mrs. Fred Perlni of Holmes Beach (lower picture), with Funeral services were held at Grlfflth-CllneIsland
0NeU Townsend of Branford and family. Mr.and Mrs. Fred S. Hoffman: Chapel Tuesday afternoon, with George Calvert
of mackerel he the beach
of Alexandria Va., and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Evers and Mr. and string caught at recently.
Mrs. Daniel Smith of Prattvllle Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Henney of (ISLANDER PHOTOS) officiating.
Austin Texas. Mr and Mra. R. H. Johnson of New Milford Ohio. Cremation.
Mr. and Mr*.John P. Crampton of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs Don Derrickof
Blancnester. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Albert Creamer of Brandon. Mr. Walls EUctric
and Mra. H. M. Wirth of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Kortenhaven of VfOUAsW BEACH APARTMENTS
Chicago and family. Mr. and Mra. Norman K.Schmidt Mr. and Mra.
Herbert Hunt of Plant City. Joe Click an of Elburn Ill. 201 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH I "M02 GULF DRIVE! (of 63th Street), HOLMES !BEACH
PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. Robert McElyea Webster .. Efficiencies! 2-Bedroom Apartment*
THOMAS COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith of Sarasota.S. PHONE 746-5071
S. WHJTR5ANDSNOTELa Mr.andMra.Bill Freeland of Lake Wales. / D.lui. Penfheuse Suites 60-P,,t f.*,
Mr. and Mra. R. E. Best Jr. of Jeannett. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William Commercial Residential or Repair ,!OVERNIGHT. WEEKEND! GUESTS WELCOME
King, and Mr. and Mra. Thomas Matchcck of Orlando. Mrs. G. B. ,
Wright of Greeruburg. Ps. Mrs. Rita M. Wolbert of Deerfleld. Ill.. and PHONe 778-1977
party. Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Henderson of Wauchula. FINEST: UKACH: : ON THK9PSTW\ST: : \

JLaJL tap. Cafti
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P. H. RICHARD

P, O. BOX 374

ANNA MARIA FLORIDA istinguishedining






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Boat or insurance
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5500 Marina Drive

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778.1022

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: e 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 2, 1965


.CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE

OP PUBLIC HEARING
MISSION The City of Anna Maria, Florid.
(CATHOLIC) will bold a Public Hewing on the
proposed budget for 1965-66. following -
Re.. Francis F. WelsmllUr the regular meeting of the Board of
Commluloneri. on Monday evening,
UASS-SUNDAYl 8 & 10 am September 13, 1963 at die Community s a 1
WEEKDAYS 8 am
House.
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm FRANCES V.MAXON
BOSARY & BENEDICTION- City ClerkUNCLASSIFIED ,
WEDNESDAYS 7130 piliHOI.
." Mmrial QurchM..D..lnotl.al .
: F,
( l) Jtuci pey.e.t ,....h.SI.00sot ../' If-oi.J. C-
Biad.nUn Beech ..
..... alI...
..... A. w. Si... -
SUNDAY FOR SALEi 18 It." ampton"Sloop.
91lS am Sunday School Good condition.spinnaker All._ Phone gear 778-1239.and callsIncluding Taking advantage of the extra high tide in the Holmes : ... ,.

Grf.,.... Science S.rHcSUNDAYl FOR SALE Ice Cream table and Beach Yacht Basin last Thursday Randy Pierce of I
AoIL c.-Itr ...... cbalra. Excellent condition. Ideal forD Marina Drive and Joe Bernard of 66th Street spent
"10 Call 778-1057 after 6 ..m.WANTED .
? the and off the dock
Baby titter alter Oct. 1. morning swimming diving posts.
lOO am Sunday Sctvie 2-3 days a week caring for a 2-1/2 The tide was the highest in many years in non-storm e
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH year old girl partially trained.In your weather. (ISLANDER PHOTO BY FRANK HUGERT) 1'.
.
home or mine. Prefer someone on
es'. Lee n."'''. p...., north end of Island Phone 778-3386. ,: .
SUNDAY
It SUPPLIES FOR COL-
8145 an Sunday School LECTORS. Come In and let ua fill .
9lSO am Worship Srvic those empty spaces In your album.
5130 pm Chap Choir We carry llUpplyforeYereoliector. .
,
6i30 pm Worship Scnrica You're '
welcome to come In It browse.M.
7130 pm Youth ProgramUONDAYl L. O'Connor Stamps t Supplies, -
St. W.Bradenton.747-2816..
2403-14tb
9100 am WUS Ex.CommitU
KNAPP HO Guaranteed Foot
10100 am WUS General Meting
TUESDAY Comfort. All Styles.: AUGUST SALE. 4

WEDNESDAY 7iOO pm Church Choir :rleA'nn.UC .o Call, 778-1918.416 MagnolIa .., t' .. P

4100 pm Intermediate CA
7lOO pm RA, CA, Sunbeams PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
7lOO pm Pray.r MeetingUs
MOWING ETC. '
( ** ....I.I Church EDGING rd

.(M..D..t..I l) KEN FELLOWS

THURSDAY Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. ... '"", ..
7l30 pm Sr. Choir Reheartal .'.. ", "
"
,
SUNDAYI ALTERATIONS on all kinds of CIOIhIn . -
1000 9 100 am Worship Service ,. Also Dressmaking Orapel.Mrs. "i ;. -o.
am Sunday School Frank Beard. Phone 771-1431.
MONDAY 7 lOO pm Youth Program WANTED TO BUYi All U.S.Coins. Dr. John Deam of Holmes Beach with 54-inch
7sOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Gold Currency or Foreign Coins of 60-pound he caught off Bird Key Sunday
any Country or old Medals, Tokens.etc. Old pier at the Mira-Mar Restaurant in Bradenton tarpon
TUESDAY 6130 pm Couple's Club Byron: Bizarre Bazaar 2403 Beach, now well patronized by the birds of the area. afternoon, and brought into the Bayou Marina in
WEDNESDAY. 14th St.: W., Bradenton.Ph.747-2516. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
10
alii Z pm Mission Workshop
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Church of Th. Annunciation..
(Episcopal) OPENING SUBSCRIBE TO
Rev. Gerald K. Lows, fetter THE ISLANDERfor Have Your PAINTING

THURSDAY SPECIALS CONTINUEThis only $3.50peryear
9:00 am Holy Eucharist in the United States,or

12th 8 100 SUNDAY am Holy AFTER Eucharist TRINITY! Week Through Saturday $2.00 for six months. Done By EXPERTS!
10130 am Family Eucharist & The weekly newspaperof
Sermon Church School
about and for Anna
Knitting Wool
Gloria D.I Lutheran Church
Maria Island and its HARRY M. RIFE
SUNDAY Rav. 'L.-.tsr M. Uti. Pastor 4 PLY 4 OZ SKEIN lEG residents and visitors.

9l IS am Sunday School 24 COLORS $1.29 99* Write: The ISLANDER, LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
11130 IOUO am am Choir Worship Rehearsal Service P. O. Box 757, Anna
BATH TOWELS Maria, Florida 33501, ...... 771-1341 ANM Maria
or call 778-2021.
a. Xtro Large Xtri
Htoiy KEG

Stripes Solids Flortls $1.19 77$ I WATER SOFTENERS & FILTERS

DAIRY LOAM FILL I ELGIN Fully Phone
STRAW HATS GuaranteedFURNISHING ROY M. PHILLIPS 744-542
Let George 'Do It '
.MS & ITALIAN IwoMtii /

GEO. WILEY REG TO $2.98I PRICE
4919 31st Street West

SHELL PHONE 755-4440 TOPSOIL SPORT SHIRTSMens YOUR HOME <*

Short Sleevelrr8"j( [*) OR JUST ADDING -

Reasoner SI .8 e
& Arson values to $3.98
I

STRAW BAGS I. GLAMOUREST

Telephone 10K x 10K lEG $1.69 99$ ,
'
744-0651 or 746-91KJ7fter 5 by M ALONE

DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. HAND BAGS .

Ladies Plastic Coated-Lined BOX SPRINGS &

driftwood lEG $3.98 S2.98 MATTRESSES
; ::

galleries i Quilted inside and outside
ISLAND VARIETY
STORM
Invites You To Climatized for Southern Climate

PREVIEW OUR 778.1021 5604 MARINA DRIVE 0 Bodybracer Box Spring

DISPLAYFOR 100% Foam RubberFRI6IDMRE
THE SEASON

I.....,.. hem mmnj CMiilrloi. ..... r
Ul.l ll.mi frem ear d.gn.r. wart.
step. 'lew r.l.rfnl ..klr.;< liter* 4 L O/Mt AT >iF
see m..,. mast diskette.. Hn..
C.rt i R4. & iOlti S.,W. Climatized u Florida

rl,. 744-3 s 13




Bill Stewart Complete Furnishings MOTOROLAFurniture


PHOTOGRAPHER Dealer





Carpets .C1J Rod i _


STUDIO Have Your Lmdry Do. Draperies r.1

3308.M Avenue West

T.I.Bradnron 746.2319JACK Florida Tht EASY WAY! 1 Accessories brTVSERVICE



ZICKAFOOSE P Lamps ON ALL
INSURANCE AOKNCV JUST CALL 778-2295

Phone 755-5349 MAKES & MODELS

RetUenct 7S5-S5JJ Beach Bendix


AUTO... "O".SA.arlc. ...-c. c.. Laundry & Dry Cleaners Z g9 ( Furniture & Appliance


SRU f.,.. f.
fIMAd.1 205 Gulf Drive No BracUnton Beach Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 4 Service Dealer

i .Responsibility..',...,,.s
flU PICKUP fr DELIVERY SERVICE
Fil.d, So. Day 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267Pa
ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND








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September 2, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7




. ISLAND REAL ESTATE



L
New home at Gulf Drive and Willow Avenue Anna
' George Wilier-REALTY Maria (below), built for Mrs. Ford Frcdcnburgh of DICK WAGNER
f Lansdowne, Ont., by VanOstcnbridgc & Sons of '
({land Shopping Center Holmes Beach. The sale was negotiated by Gertrude '"
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA Blassingame, registered real estate broker of Anna Realtor
c...C......!..........." Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) 2217 OULP DRIVE BMADENTQN BEACH
AlU n Plk.A..c.... '
k i Now Leasing S & S PLAZA'New

Center Island Bank
Shopping Opposite
L '
r.' ,
SrANOSTENBRIDGE { M wok 'h'
Ya Largo Start Spw-Nlgbt MliMiiation-

& SONS Ample Parking Area-Modern In All Respects

Builders For Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464

ustom Building and Remodeling
HOME ON KEY ROYALE
Leland Builders Since 1919.

Holmes Beach, Florida First Time Offered
u r
Aaron John Available for immediate occupancy. Locatedon
778.2528 778.2822 waterfront lot on Ambassador Lane this
2-Bcdroom, 2-Bath alr-condltloned home now
priced at only $21,500, including such extrasas
Burwlck carpeting in Living Room($13.95
It is now time to think of plans for the per sq.yd.),Nyloncarpctlng in front bedroom
purchase or rental of your winter home.Someof Florida Room opening' onto screened patio
our sales listings include: with roof and sliding plastic walls. Palm
shaded landscaped lot with fencing and boat
1. H.... lest to tliiCtitir 5..1..t .. '''':''''''' dock. Well pump and sprinkling system,
''1111'/ electric garage doors, new drapes In master
--.. I li H.I... Iticb. bedroom, living room and Florida Room.

2. Will-pricfJ Cinlfrcit H... .... Washing machine, dryer and clothes reel.
y.7 v Duplication price far greater than present low
li A... Mirli. b selling price.Contact our sales office In Model
Home at Key Royalc or telephone 778 1917
3. layfreit H... !I. A... Mirii. for appointment to inspect this property.

4. Small(! ....,...1' prlctd r.tir..o.t KEY ROYALS, INC., REGISTERED BROKER

.... .. .iUt strut

5. Also .!lc. stltctiti .f will ..., WATERFRONT LOTBest

natal prcptrtlis. 4 9 buy on the Island. Lovely beach and

Gertrude Blassingame excellent view. Look EVERYThING else over,

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER they buy this lot for ONLY$4,300.Reasonable

y 4 Fran Maxon Associate Recently completed Bayfront home at 410 South Bay
INA MJILDINC PHONE 778-1 Boulevard, Anna Maria was built for Mrs. Peggy building restrictions.
::)... ANNA MARIA. 'LORIDA.1e= lDon't Moore by Robert M. Whitehead of Holmes Beach. The PARRISH REALTY
building site was purchased from Mr. and Mrs.Burt
Beathca of Lakeland. Parrish Realty of Anna Maria WIN N. fAUQN. M*. PIGGY "'HAUIIMOOt... A..MMNP
handled the transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Miss This
..t OHk ...... A.- M.ffa PIMM 771-1902

Unfurnished Two Bedroom, One Bath Home. UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

INSURANCE COMPANY NEW HOME ?
Has Terrazzo Floors Screened
; Carport; sl.c. 1h1
"/.'H' r.., ..., I..... ,....,...it No--but you will say"Brand Now" when you
Porch; Large Utility Room. Well Landscaped S24 12th Sf Wn' IIAOINTON. ,LA. ,..... 74}.4)41 see It.Two.

75 x 100 Lot in Nice Residential NeighborhoodOnly bedrooms, tile bath, large living room>> ,
stainless steel kitchen, dining area& Florida
a Block from the Beach. See7e-- Room
oversize garage and boat slip.

$13,450 Outstanding One $13,500

Cloud W.d..sd.yMahar 5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM JOHN B. PROTHERO

..**! Estat. R'|lsf.rri 1..1! Eititt lr.i.r-fltt I Rfitilt

RUTH MANAI 110 MANAIttffotwri Model Apartments 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
list. Istit Inters
Open 9-5 Every Day
7702 Golf Brio, Mats |.e ll1HOAJ OYIIOPfflIITCP(

5400 GULF DRIVE $ KEY ROYALEANoBAY
JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

T.I.pko.o 778.U11
LOT BARGAINSTo PALMS

meet an emergency,two beautifully wooded
lots, 50x150 each, fronting navigable water --_-
way. Corner location, lovely view. Both lots
FOR JUST $3,000 MODEL APARTMENTS MODEL HOMES

. .

A FINE CANAL FRONT LOT 72x 1..5. Heavy OPEN DAILY
Duty Seawall In Excellent Condition.One blockto OPEN DAILYFOR
Gulf Beach. $4,500 value for only S1.750.
-
Small down payment and terms.
. HOMESITES and HOMESIN
Highway to Gulf:50 feet by approximately'200. INSPECTIONSEE
Full foreshore and riparian rights. Multipleunit EVERY PRICE RANGE
zoning. A dandy buy for JUST $7,500
-a -
. WATERFRONT NON.WATERFRONT
Gulf Front Home-A fine re.ldentlallocatlon
or a top rental property. Nicely furnished. A
BUY AT $15,950
JACK HOLMES, Realtor
JACK MARSHALL Rtihor
PHONE 77I-U4I
J. O. Manor Broker Salesman
4101 flillHA HIV
Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M B.f.)...ci, lilUirt, ....1..1! ItKlt Irtktr

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA I Phone 7781917THE -



8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday, September 2, 1965

ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH




i1f"c9JI _ibM. _. MonthHere
F Anniversary
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

I This Week- Is Our Gift To You .

FREE On
Imprint

8 Big Savings If All Boxed Christmas Cards

htr+Y4rc 5 (during September)

a;, 3k n v_ ''ItJ doiliuwe gift and mail wrap
M'M.1yl ALL .. FREE

DAVENPORTSAND ,. -.....f"-". $It;"., OH JO.\II Dvrtlc Ov.v
t ...
:1SUMMEfl, \ .X\:: ___

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p 'iN GREATLY SALE ATREDUCED PRICES| LEABANCE SALE



1 Rack SHIFTS. $6QQ
7/04 Me fde llle e4 44wde

1 Rack DRESSES $6Q.Q
"Weather Chick" Charlene Mathies of Radio Station
WLCY, Tampa, as she performed at benefit danceat
the Manatee County Beach pavilion Sunday after- ISLAND BAKERY 1 amaa. make
noon for ALSAC. (ISLANDER PHOTO) '

Call 778-2012 IT'S VACATION TIME SWIMNSUITSDRESSES

e Se dMtI

Plumbing Contractor Closing Sept. 6 reduce

5306 Holmes Boulevard 1/4-1/3-12.E
Watch For Opening In Oct. .
Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs I" '.
.,'; ,
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.;...": I"
BE PREPARED for the FOR RENT ..'..-' ." + ......

WORLD SERIES ,... :.=' ....,"..,.+s rtr.,..., 778-t l ttsec.
3 ROOM APARTMENTPINE
with the BEST in TVbVPHILCO
AVE. Anna Maria

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone
month
$J5O per
778.1771 Days
FAMOUS fOil QUALITY THC WORLD OVER Inquire at
: 778-1440 Nights
Ererrthis. Ir.. fTmoJ
Pertiblt C..,.. ..<. m" -- Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. 011. HOLMES BEACH r

to CoiseU S.II..., I <<, 778-1131 AAA Service Mechanic

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach NEW and USED CARS



COOL Chutl 10 Is .. th. ilr- ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
CHASSIS (U ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH)
If yoi ire set |ittli| e Monthly Service Charg.-PER UNIT:
clear picture, ill is 1 P1,.. Cmt: -52.23--E.ch AMIri.*.l C.*-$1.00
Std DISCOUNT Ir PAID ONE YEAR tW ADVANCE
Ticket M.y b. ,wrcha..J.t B& K H.rWw".
ISLAND TV 778-1703

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.Manatee .
'
Ill A KkCil'LAKSL'HSCRIIlhR. 1 O'1.IhelhLANDhK.
TIlE ISLAND'S OWN WHEKLY NKWSPAPER. HE
\ SUitE "TO GET YOUR COPY IN TilE MAIL EACH
WEEK FOR ONLY .1.50 PER YEAR IN THE U.S.
1 Call 778 202&, orwriltBox7)7nn.1MJrla) ,Fla.

Hold ItL.! lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES

BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

If you have a toughnut You Ring 778-2023 We Bring
to crack when it FREE DELIVERY

comes to any type of
SAIL IN FOR THE
insurance, be sure to
OLD HICKORY SALE Qts or 5thi
call an independentagent 3 Qts for $15.00 3.5ths for $12.00
first.
1 FOR THE TALL COOL ONE
\
I F
THAT'S w4 WALKER'S GIN 3-5ths for $10.00
c Q ,L
USI 1 THE FINEST VIRGIN ISLAND'SRUM

"BRUGAL" 3.5ths for $10.00

FOR THE FINEST IN SCOTCHIT'S
County Water "WHITE HORSE"3.5ths for $16.50
Company Bay .JrireaUasuraace
(I INCORPORATED) "BLENDS" BOURBONS GINS
.... CLOSED LABOR DAY771.1697tAoftd.
.
O/fet: MIXES CORDIALS
...... ."."... et'
Sfcoppfof..Nf, B och, FlorM 778-1548
Tekphon. 778.2022 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon We Cover The ENTIRE IslaidPa





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