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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 23, 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 \ ; t OF lOll' I OA

L 1 CURRY CF FLOR I IDA HISTORY

C/0 LINDA S SASSER

GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good _DL ..HJ- aeewlv/



No. 724 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1965 TEN CENTS


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.... ,11 Erosion Attended
>j ,,: Mooting By I


Largo Crowd, Commissioners


... ,. A crowd of Bradenton Asked If the State Road
Beach residents,estimated Department had decidedto
at about 100, attended build a seawall or a
an open air meeting on groin south of Bridge St.,
J Bridge Street Monday McClure said he had discussed
3 Nd
evening. the matter that day
..! Purpose of the meeting, with State Road Board
which was called by the member Vincent Nuccio,
Bradenton Beach Busi and with District Engineer
nessmen's Association, Hector Johnson, and thata
,, was to explore the possi- decision had not been
'''J' ;.f '.. '
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.. city against storm Replying to questions,
; .. ." '. caused erosion. McClure said the pier now

d --. f ... Association PresidentBob under construction at 6th
-r: t ':r"" '" Sheldon asked the St. South probably would,
t""" help of the county com- be 300 feet long, although;
mission, four membersof the final length had not
I which were present. yet been determined. "We
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(AND, ISSur Commission ChairmanDan probably will follow the
ELIWt; pEyEl0FA1G 64e0. ( McClure traced the recommendations of our
11,000'QrUi.SEtWA1E history of erosioncontrolon ) county engineer.; "
ImTIAt ClJN1jI 50.000 + 1 the Island, and told of Commissioner Nathan
} MAATAa, cc 20.000 the recent dissolution of Taylor said the pier would
MNK A0fWN1 the Island Erosion Pre- have to be at least 300
.. +
tors, 10 0y( i vention District, and the feet long in order to reach
tocr ,
assumption of its duties a sand bar outside a deep
by the commission. channel about 250 feet out.
McClure pointed out that A suggestion that a bond
4 .r. the commission could not issue to build all the piers
Pictured at last week's meeting of the officers and left to right: Merrill Iritt, Howard Adams, club build erosion groins and necessary to protect the
greens committee of the new Key Royalc Club, Inc. president; William H. Lee, secretary-treasurer; piers on private property, Island also will be studied.
were (kneeling, left to right): I>George Hamilton, Frank Smalley; Peder Mickelsen, vice president, but only on public land. McClure said, "We would
Frank Schroeder and Dr. Edgar W. Huth. Standing, and Col. James Cochran. (Photo by Sam Gibson) lie also pointed out that have to have a study by
despite the damage to the the Corps of Engineers
First Traffic
Greens Committee FatalityIn city, it had not been named to determine the advisability -
Chamber Of
(
o..re. ,Silk.. .. Holmes Beach -'.. a, disaster\ area, and that of such program"
Club Officers ** man parts of Florida CommUttloner Ralph I
Clarence Scott, 29, of
were hurt Clark said' that the
worse. groinat
Highway Aid From Cointy Sarasota, died at Sarasota
Discuss WorkThe Memorial Hospital early question about possible the county beach had

first greens com- The Manatee County Both were quoted as May Monday morning as the relief on county tax bills built up the beach and the
mittee of the Key Royale Commission and the State ing damage to the Island result of Injuries} he received was answered by Com- one now under construc-
Club, Inc. met last week Road Department will be was "minor." in a motorcycle missioner Dick BrlggH, tion would do the same
with officers of the clubto requested to take prompt Division President Bill accident in Holmes Beach who said the state law thing.
discuss work that is action to protect Gulf Genung reported that the Sunday morning. required that the assessor He said the commission
under way in preparingthe Drive, especially In Bra- division was planning a Scott crashed into a concrete base valuations on Jan. I knew these things should
site for constructionof denton Beach.A beautification program to collar on a utility of each year.McClure have been done yesterday,
the nine-hole golf resolution was adoptedby be carried out in October. pole at the intersection of said that the but "we are working now
course. the Island Division of He expressed surprise at Gulf and Palm Drives. After commission was willingto as fast "as possible to
The private club facility the County Chamber of the apparent lack of enthusiasm traveling more than discuss the subject of catch up.
Is being built on a 29-acre Commerce Thursday evening for the programhe 100 feet through a land- tax relief with( the county SRI Maintenance Engineer -
site on Key Royale. to write a letter to found in other Island scaped triangle, he was attorney, to sec If there Ray Everett told the
leaded by Dr. Edgar W. the commissioners, ask- organizations. thrown 51 feet Into a Is any legal way In which meeting the reasons for
Huth as chairman, the ing them to "use their Gcnung also reported vacant lot.According. the assessments could be Horne of the SIU)'.. main-
greens committee also Is best efforts to expedite that some businessmen in to Holmes I changed this year. "We tenance procedures.: :
considering the architec- action to do what 18 nl'CCH Bradenton Beach had applied Beach Police Chief W. H. will do whatever the law He Maid permanent: repairs -
tural design of the course. sary to protect the beach for loans from the Snooks Adams, who investigated allows us to do" In making to Gulf Drive were
highway. Federal Small Business the accident, adjullr ment N. started Monday.

Island Woman Jack. Marshall, who moved Administration to repair It In the first traffic fatJI-
Free On Bond the resolution, said, damage caused by Betsy. ity the city has ever had. HyitoR Spit To !, Tried Soon I
"We should show the
Sharon Lee Corbett, 18, county the business people A $ ()OOO damage suit heroism In the rescue.
of Dradcnton Beach, Is of the Island are lookingto brought by Andrew It. Bob Subsequently both Hyn-
of
few Ihe ISLANDI.R which
A
free on $1,000 bond on a them for help." A copy copies Hynton IH scheduled to be fori'ft leg were amputated
charge of violation of the of the letter will be sent reported the damage to the Island caused by tried (Xt. II. Ihe suit above the knee, and extensive -
U. S. Code, "passing and to the SRD.Candidates. Hurricane Betsy are still available at Ihe. followed a traffic accident surgery done on
ISLANDER office :U Pine Ave. Anna Marla.
,
altering forged or- more than two his
money for officersfor yearn ago arm and hand*.
ders. the next yea. re Pete In which Hynton was critically "Hynton and his wife, the
Mrs. Corbett, who was Reynard, president Roy Injured. former Pat FcaglcH of
formerly employed in a Marchand, vice president, Hynton wan severely Anna Maria, lived In Bra
Holmes Reach store, was and J. Robert Pool, trey burned when he wan trapped denton at the lime of the
arrested several weeks surer. Helen Garrett in In his car after It had accident.
ago, and was released on the permanent secretary collided head on with( a Hynton, fined with artificial -
bond of 52,500, which later of the division. car driven by Mm. Mar limb, nan returnedto
was reduced. Nominated as director lon Reward of New Jersey. work an an accountant
According to Uradcnton to the county chamber lie wan rescued from the In. St. PeterMburg.
Beach Police Chief; J. B. board were A. I.. Gcnung burning/ car by ambulance I he dam-itf' null against
Lindsay, who made the and Howard Adams. driver Vernon Vlckcr, Mr, Howard and Harry
arrest, the forged money Island director named who later was awardedthe Hewjrd arks for JVX.fXX)
orders arc Home cf those are Edith Schaldenbrand. ir r stNN' .Carnegie. Medal for Compensatory damage
stolen I from the Ridge Holmes Beach John g
Manor rural postal station Pit/gcrald for Bradenton
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
in Dade City June 21. A Beach, and Ralph Parrish
total of 51 postal. money for Anna Maria.I W.... R.I"IIT l lT
orders stolen and _,.
were ,
he ISI.ANDIR was censured
_.-''''.S
Lindsay said this week by two members of
that I 16 have been cashedat the chamber for Its too N..w 5" H11.

various places. complete coverage of the :pt.1476 84 82 89 86 None
Also taken Into custodyon damage on the (Island by pt. IS- -76 41 i 81 90 8J None
the same charge were Hurricane Betsy. t. pt. 16 77 8\ ) 8M 81 None
Charles Simmons and pt.17 -76 81 8) HK 8* 1.9
William Copeland, both of authorities, has been indicted I fart of the new concrete bleacher at the stadium at pt. IS I 78/ HI 81 //j') 81g { .1.1pt.
Winter Haven. charged with the t the Island Youth Center. The bleachers were recently I 19 -75 8* 81 //j') 84 :None
Another person, whose same crime, according to < 89 81 None
name is being withheld by Lindsay.


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2 THE ISLWMR __ September 23,
-

Guest Editorial -

from This Cornerby
Thanks to a bill signed into law this month by Gov.
Otto Kerner, citizens of Illinois are assured of a
freer flow of information about the activities of their zK
THE EDITORAn
government.The .
new law prohibits any body which receives or M
editorial from the Hinsdale (Ill.) Doings is spends tax money from conducting closed meetings,
reprinted on this page. It discusses a new law in from which the public and the press are barred. These b
Illinois, which prohibits government--on any level-- meetings generally are referred to as "executive
in that state from conducting closed meetings from sessions" in the euphuistic language of bureaucracy,
which the public and press are barred.It and they long have been target of press protest. .JAttractive
should be stated here that with a few notable Provision of the law applies to all levels of govern-
exceptions, the so-called executive session" meet- ment in Illinois. 4 .
ing has not been a widespread problem on the Island, The potential abuse of the closed meeting should be

where for the most part, the local governments have apparent. It provides a convenient cloak of silence fora rock garden at the home of Mr. and Mrs.H. .
been run by men of good will--and good intentions. board which prefers the public doesn't know too C. Green in Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Occasionally however, there is a tendency in more much about what is afoot or for a board which wantsto
than one of the Island cities to conduct important city argue in private. The device too often has frustratedthe
business at special meetings. This is, of course, press in its attempts to keep the public fully qilcJe" 8elts andCockle
perfectly proper-whenever citizens of the cities have informed.
had adequate advance notice of the meetings. The bill, sponsored by State Rep. Anthony
Sometimes the city boards attempt to justify such Scariano, provides two exceptions. Boards can meet qkells
meetings by pointing out that the business discussedwas in private when matters of land purchase or personnel
of little Importance.But policy are under consideration. Untimely disclosureof And HOW does your garden grow?
there is really no difference in principle in a these proceedings could, for example, drive up the
city board voting at a short-notice special meeting to price of land or cause needless embarrassment. Last week when writing mycolumn on"Espaliers",
approve a $25 repair bill than to approve a major Conclusion of even this business must come up in I used the word only as a noun. The big Webster-
sum for a major improvement. And if there is nothingin open session, however. Merriam dictionary defines this word as both a noun
the Florida Statutes which specifies how much Attempts at securing passage of similar legislation and a verb. It is pronounced "ess-pal-yer" with the
. notice must be given for a special meetingthereshould safeguards at the federal level have not been so accent on "pal".
be! continue however *
successful. The campaign must ,
because the need is even greater in the giant complexof On a Sunday afternoon drive have you noticed the
Last week The ISLANDER was censured by two federal bureaucracy. Attempts at exercising judg- many "Candlebushes" in bloom? This large spread-
members of the Island Division of the Manatee County ment over what people should and should not know are ing shrub from Argentina is the Cassia Alata. In four
Chamber of Commerce for its coverage of the effectson all too brazen. No avenue should be left open to any months it will grow from two feet tall to its maximum
the Island from Hurricane Betsy's passing. Both" tax-supported body to quietly bury its mistakes in height of approximately seven feet. Enormous yellow
were reported as saying the "damage was minor. anonymity or to arbitrarily conduct public business spikes which look like candles start blooming in late
While respecting the opinions of both gentlemen, behind closed doors. August on Anna Maria. After the bloom is gone, the
they might well get some arguments from some Information vital to national security is an obvious shrub can be cut back severely to encourage new
Island businessmen who reported the damages to their exception, but the abuses that concern us are in fields growth for next year. Cassias are usually sensitiveto
establishments ran as high as $60,000.In far removed from matters of defense. frost, but that's no problem on our Island. (Oh! No?)
our own defense, we want to point out that nowherein Executive sessions, managed news and domestic The Candlebush blooms best in full sun and as with
our account of the storm's damage to the Island propaganda have no place in a free society. They are, other Cassias, is easily propagated by seed.
did we exaggerate. In fact, we were careful to write indeed, among its most menacing enemies.
that the northern half of the Island escaped any major HINSDALE (ILL.) DOINGS
damage.The .
same issue which drew criticism for over-

playing the story of Bety's passing was purchased in : ._ (rlf.Y
record-setting numbers by Island residents, to sendto ..,. laoq ;' .

friends and relatives in the north, with many of the ...' ... ....... ... .,
purchasers stating that they wanted to send the papersto '
show their correspondents "how little damage the ,
Island had."
And, while we are on the subject (this definitely is a
commercial), we still have a few copies of the "Betsy :
issue." They are available on a firstcomefirstserved Betsy is past. Carol is approaching. Do stake and

basis,- regardless of the purchasers' plans ,M, t: wire young trees and other plants which will be
for them. uprooted or severely injured by the winds. When the
& + storm has passed wash the destructive salt off the
An ad in a very slick magazine Informs us that the grass, shrubbery and trees, with the garden hose.
Greek Line now has a new flagship of 26,000 tons, Those who washed the grass Immediately after
which sounds very luxurious, and which is named the Betsy's high tides suffered very little salt damage.
"Queen Anna Maria." Soaking the ground with fresh water on two or three ,
successive days following the high tides seemed to]
Occasionally, when the weather renders the Gulf leach most of the salt from the soil. Although several'
too rough for safe swimming,the public is not allowedto of my shrubs and trees were inundated for four hoursor
swim at the Manatee County Beach. At the same more, this method seems to have prevented salt
time, surfers--not allowed to ride the waves while injury.
the beach is open for swimming--are allowed to use .
the beach. This might be viewed as an inconsistency Don't forget to stake your Chrysanthemumstoprevent ]
isn't the safety of the surfers to be considered? Or, bent and broken stems. Keep feeding the
aren't surfers considered people? regularly and spraying with a good fungicide. 1 hey'
: need plenty of water during the dry spells. Watch for
aphids on the newly formed buds.
.

Do you know a simple way to remove sandspur anll]
cactus thorns from your fingers? Just put a piece of]
adhesive tape on your finger and then pull It off. "lh
thorns stick to the tape, they say. '.I
.

Although it's still hot In direct sun, small annuaj 1
plants of snapdragons, calendulas, petunias, etc., ma]
be set out If you shade them until their roots start tc
grow. From your garden supply stores you can buy
bait that will kill the cut worms and mole cricket*
which so often attack these young and tender plants
Huggetta pellets will kill the slugs and snails which
. as feed on the new leaves. Calendulas particularly, arc I
very susceptible to cut worms and slugs. Both the
bait and the pellets should be sprinkled on moist! "
ground. And do sterilize the soil before planting;!:
'hese annuals are also susceptible to root-knot:1':;
nematode.
.

To sit In the shade on a fine day and look upon]
verdure Is the most perfect refreshment.Jane .
Austen
.

See you next week.
-GI NIE
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The Islander

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PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine t 3l.1D 1,
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-- EDITOR STEVE KIMBALlADVERTISING .,.
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,..ia.ar t "_ Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
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Entered as Second Class
Rough water at the Manatee County Beach during The girls get to watch the action and help carry matter
under the Act of March 3 1879Page
Hurricane Betsy didn't discourage the surfer set. the boards, but not to ride them. (Islander Photos) ,


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September 23. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page

Bernard GuildSt. High Twelve Club Holmes Supplies

Bernard Guild held Granville T. Youngs, Changes HandsAn
its first meeting of the field agent for the Masonic announcement was
season last week at the Service Association of made this week that new
Anna Maria CommunityHouse. the United States, will tell owners have purchased
of his experiences at the Holmes Beach Supplies,
A film about ALSAC Bay Pines Veterans Hos-
(Aiding Leukemia Stricken pital at a meeting of the Inc.Arthur Zeits and Egbert
American Children) Island High Twelve Club, "Ed" Wilkinson, both of
was shown, outlining the to be held at Pete Rey- Bradenton, have boughtthe
work of the association, nard's Yacht Club at noon, Island building supply
particularly at St. Jude's Thursday, Sept. 23. He firm from Kenyon Crumof
Hospital in Memphis.A will use as the title of his Anna Maria. ___
game period followed, talk,*Creating an Image." Both the new owners ', -I,
with Mrs. Robert Harter At the club meeting on
have been employed by
and Mrs. James G. Mc- Sept. 30, the Rev.Richard the Shepard Lumber Co.
Donald winning one-year Wiggins, regional direc- of Sarasota. Before mov-
guild memberships. tor of the Community ing to Florida, Zeits had
Refreshments were ser- Service Foundation for the his
own building supply
ved by members of the counties of Hillsborough, business in Detroit for 12
hostess group, St. Berna- Manatee and Sarasota, years.
dette Circle. will tell about the workof The to .
new owners plan
Guests at the meetingwere the foundation in assist- expand the business and .
Mrs.James H.King, ing the migrant workers
to add a number of new -r'
.
Mrs. Jerome Vitt, Mrs. under the Economic lines of merchandise. U : 'L ,- _
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Milton Cadmus,Mrs.John Opportunity Act.The Rev. .
Murphy, Miss Celestine Mr. Wiggins was the pas- Reds Get Check
Ratti, Miss Hattie Meiss- tor of Roser Memorial Jj
ner and Mrs. McDonald. Community Church until For Cancer FundIn -
June, when he acceptedhis
Gloria Dei Church
A
new position.All Hutch's Name
Promotion Day will be Master Masons are
observed at Gloria Dei invited to both meetings.{ CINCINNATI .+-A $10000
Lutheran Church on Sun- check was presented yesterdayto
day, Sept. 26,with special Christian Science Ser. the Cincinnati Reds baseball
presentations.In The Christian Science club for use in establishing a
the opening session of Society of Anna Maria is cancer clinic at Seattle. Wash.,
the Sunday School the chil- now a recognized branchof in memory of the late Manager
Fred Hutchinson who lived at
dren will be assigned to the Mother Church, The
Holmes Beach Fla.
their new classes accord- First Church of Christ, The check from the Fraternal
ing to their school grades, Scientist, Boston, Mass. Order of Eagles was presentedby
and a sound film"As Long After meeting togetheras Judge Robert C. Cannon of i
As You Live You Learn' a group for two anda Milwaukee, counsel of the Major
will be shown.At half years, they were league Baseball Players
the Worship Service, granted official recognition. ; Association, to club President
the pastor, the Rev. Les- William 0 DeWitt and Manager
ter M. Utz will deliver a Starting Oct. 3, the Dick Sisler. Cannon is chairmanof
sermon based on the same Society will hold Sunday the Eagle cancer fund.
It will go to the Pacific
theme. School services for pupilsup
Northwest Research Foundation
Officers and teachers of to the age of 20, at which is sponsoring the cancer -v f
the Sunday School will be 9 a.m., and the regular center at the Swedish Hospitalin
installed. All classes are services at 10:45 a.m., at Seattle Hutchmson's native .. ; .r
open for enrollment for the Anna Maria Commu- city lie died o' cancer last
children,youth and adults. nity House. )ear. SPARKLING HI:ACII SCENT
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Mrs. Ira Mishler and Mrs. A. G. Birkman with
silver tray recently awarded the Island Woman's Walker M. "Corky" Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Club. The award, for community service, was given Brown of 7th Street South, Bradenton Beach,whohas
by the Bradenton Herald.Mrs.Mishler was presidentof been home on leave from Fort Gordon, Ga. for the
the club last year, and Mrs. Birkman is its past two weeks.OfatuwUe.
president now. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

.
MRS. HAROLD NEWTON of Anna Maria is on her
way home to the Island after spending the summerin MRS. VERA PURCELL TEEL, 51, of Holmes Beach,
RICHARD GARNERA New York City and Long Island. On her way she died in Cincinnati, Wednesday, Sept. 8, following a
recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. plans to visit her son and family at Dover AFB long illness.
Arnold of 403-75th Street, Holmes Beach, was Mrs. Del., Major and Mrs. Walter C. Newton, and her Survivors are her husband, Herbert C. Teel of
Arnold's nephew, Richard Garner of LaSalle, Ill. other son and family, Lt. and Mrs. Anthony H. New- Holmes Beach; three daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Kernof
Before visiting the Island, Richard was a delegateto ton, at Fort Bragg, N. C. Cincinnati, and Dixie Lee Teel and Cynthia Teel
the 4th Annual Youth World, held at Southern Illi- MR. AND MRS.RENE REDON wish to thank all their of Holmes Beach; her father, Elmer P. Purcell of
nois University at Carbondale, 111. Youth World is a neighbors and friends for all their many kindnesses Cincinnati, and four grandchildren.
leadership program for high school students, and he during Mr. Redon's recent illness, particularly for Funeral services and burial were in Cincinnati.
was sponsored to the week long session by the LaSalle the daily transportation to the hospital and to the / f /
Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, one of a groupof village. The many cards, flowers and other expressions MRS. EMILY CARLETON ZABRISKIE, 55, of 101
30 boys and 33 girls attending.In of sympathy also were sincerely appreciated. 45th Street, Holmes Beach, died Sunday, Sept. 19, at
addition to attending lectures on governmentfrom -- MAJOR AND MRS. ROBERT G. FIELD of 56th Sarasota Memorial Hospital. A native of New Jersey,
the local to the international level--the students Street, Holmes Beach, recently have sold their homeon she had been a resident of the Island for many years.
conducted a mock United Nations session, and the Island and are moving to Hawaii where they She was a member of the Episcopal Church of The
debated various motions, such as whether or not to will make their permanent residence. Annunciation, Holmes Beach.
scat Red China. Richard was a delegate from Free MR. AND MRS. HARRY McCALLUM of Anna Maria Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Alexandra Griggs
China, and debated his side of the question so have returned to their home on the Island after four Bishop of New York City, and two brothers, Edward
successfully that the motion was defeated. months at Camp Douglas, Wis. Carleton of Bradenton and Charles Carleton of
Young Garner, who is now a high school senior, is MRS. LEWIS QUICKER of Seaside Gardens Holmes Holmes Beach.
a member of the school's varsity golf team, presi- Beach, has returned from Jacksonville, where she Funeral services were held at the Church of The
dent of the junior engineering technical society, anda attended an advance leadership conference, held at Annunciation Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev.
member of the math club and the American Govern- the George Washington Hotel. She attended as asso- Gerald K. Lowe, rector of the church, officiating.
ment Club. ciation chairman of Baptist Community Missions. Interment was in Manasota Memorial Park.
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Young TurV rt (I-14 aV.-lb..39
FUNERAL HOMES TabUKIng _k.d Ham Shook Half-Lb.....................49. SEPTEMBER ..-HIGH.. -LOW.23 .-
TablvKIng C.ntr Cot Ham Root or Sllcot-Lb..79< Th" 10112 an 2.6 11:13 pin I.. 31320.. 1.3 5102 prn 0.3
1 Armour Star Sllcod Bacon.-Lb.. 21 FI 11.10 .in 2.5 11151 pin 1.9 .:25.... 1.0 5131 pin 0.5
Frisk Cr A. Fla-Ca Split Brolltrt-Lb.. 25 Sat 12:02 pm 2.1 --. 51IJ a. 0.7 5151 pi 0.1
OolMont Poocko ((2h SI.-Eoch..1) ", 26 Sun 12:06 0. 2.0 12155 pin 2.2 6:00 .w 0.5 6121 p.. 1.0
DolMont Croom Stylt or Who,lo Kornol Com ((303).. ...SI.00 27 Mon 12125..2.2 1d pin 2.0 6:17 0. 0.3 61U", 1.3
OolMont Sw..i Po ((303).5 Coo.$1.00 28 Tu. 1214' on 2.3 2:14 pM 1.' 7133..n 0.2 7:06 ,.. 1.1
DolMonU Chunk Tuna-4 Can 'Of..S 1.00 29 W.4 1114 on 2.4 3:55 pin 1.7 1:25... 0.2 7.25 pu. 1.5
Compfeoll't Tomato 10. 30 Th" 1.46 on 2.1 ----- 9:21 aw 0.3 --
24 HOUR Ambulance Service W....,. OH-24 0*. C..39,
PM C.rt..nd B..dot.n Mooch ... sons wiwvt.s st. kI8A tth
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Guests atthe Motels Bradenton Yacht Club RacesThe


MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. D. F.Worth of Jacksonville.ROD annual St. Petersburg-to-Bradenton Yachting
k REEL MOTEL Mr.and Mrs.J.B. Holmes Sr. of Richmond. Va. .
Mr. and Mra. E. E. Anderson and Mra. Almeda DeWalt of Lake Wales. Race will take place on Saturday, Sept. 25. Competingin r7''c77T: 'F $
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sherman of VanWert. Ohio. Mr. and Mra. Leo the event will be approximately 30 yachts from
Emery and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Paul .
Meohe of Tampa. many West Coast yacht clubs, under the auspices of

EAST O" THE SUN: Howard Sagrans of Malden Mass. Tom Perry of the Ocean Racing Committee of the Southern Ocean wR 1 I T
Cape Elizabeth Me. Brad Rolfs of Yarmouth. Me. Mr. and Mrs. x
Jim Lewis of Dover on their honeymoon. Racing Association. The boats will include sailing 11 1A'A

HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Mr. and Mra. David Bahlken of Bradenton. craft of several types, handicapped according to size.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manyak Jr. of Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Fenton of Toronto Ont. Mr. and Mra. L. Karvonea of Detroit. Mr. Prizes will be awarded for first to finish, and a .5
and Mrs. E. J. Hill of Fort Myers. first, second and third in Classes A and D. The
MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. C. Fallonof .
NOMAD W. Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Light and Mr.and Mrs.D.Causey Jr. of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. prizes, donated Jointly by the two clubs, will be '
Harry Todd of Ridley Park Pa. Mr.and Mrs.R. L. Johnson of Rochester engraved silver pieces. 7mpressivenew / T
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sabiaton of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs.
John Reed of Casselberry. Mr. and Mra. R. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. Starting time for the race is scheduled for 8 a.m., M
Green of Valley Stream N. Y. E. D.Dangos of New Holland 111. Mr. from the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, with the boatsto _
and Mrs. Paul E. Goodwin of Rehoboth Beach Del.S. .
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton of Indiana- proceed around Egmont Key, across Tampa Day to
polls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibson of Holmes Beach and daughter. the mouth of the Manatee River. The finish line will
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell unbar Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. E. Brink- be between the Red Line Buoy and the committee boat. sign at Lucien's Coiffure in Anna
worth of Fort Myers Beach.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTELi Mr.and Mrs. Marvin P. Smith Skippers on the committee boat will be Fleet Captain Maria, beauty salon which formerly was Dottie's.ISLANDER .

of Chicago. Mr.and Mrs.Rollle A.Gray of Lithia on their honeymoon. Joseph E. Shannon, and E. B. Day Jr., measurer for ( PHOTO)
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Williamson of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joppeckof
Graf ton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Kerr of Baltimore. Mr. the Bradenton Yacht Club. Col. Douglas Peck, cruise
and Mrs. David lipstick of Lawrenceburg. Ind. Mr. and Mra. Henry A. chairman, will be sailing under the BYC flag. Dottie's Has New OwnerThe
Chalot of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Coalbaugh of Media Pa. Mr.
and Mra. Frank Croy of Dade City. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Cole of Following the race, approximately 100 visiting
Falls Church, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Magnudtonof Wetherafleld. Conn. yachtsmen, their families and crews, will be guestsof beauty shop on Pine Avenue, Anna Maria, which
. Mr. and Mra. Frank Watkins of Palmetto.
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dagett of Miami. the Bradenton Yacht Club at a cocktail party buffet for many years was known as Dottie's, has changed

PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.C.J.Moore Mra. J. Smith of and steak dinner at the Snead Island Marina. Rear hands, and now is called Luclen's Coiffure.

Charlotte N. C. Powell of "Mr. Lucien," the new proprietor of the business,
Commodore Holmes
James M. Beach is
SCHELTER COTTAGE: Lt. and Mrs. Daniel Hudglngs of Ft. Bragg N. C.
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards of Bradenton. Mr. and chairman of the arrangements. formerly owned and operated three salons in the
Mrs. Gene Earl of Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mra. Alfred Myers of Washington (D. C.) area for 27 years before movingto
Dayton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Brien of Binghamton N. Y. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Tampa. Kurt Bendo of Deland. Teen Club Florida--one in the city itself, one inCenterville,
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELi Gene Hyman of Auburndale.and family. JamesA. MeetingA Va., and the third in Sandy Spring, Md. lie also man-
Typer of Fort Scott Kan. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Daniels of Floral
City. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Klahn of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Reynold R. meeting of the Island Teen Club, called by the aged a beauty shop in England for a year.
Davis of South Merrltt Island. Mrs. Thelma Brown of Lake Wales and the Lucien has expanded his new salon and will be
president, will be held at Youth Center at 8:30 ,
William
family. Mr. and Mrs. John Bush and Mr. and Mra. T. Young of
Lakeland. Halver A. Stedman of St. Au ustineandfamily. Mra.JaneE. p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28. assisted in the operation of the salon by his wife

Tlson of 'P Frank Fornoa of: Tampa, and family. Mr. and Subjects on the agenda to be discussed at the meet- Marguerite, as well as by Dottle, the former ownerof
Mrs. M. Christian of Tullahoma. Tenn. L. K. Keever of Bradenton and
family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Miller of Bartow. Warren Haddock; of ing will be the sale of Christmas trees; a Halloween the business, and by Velma, also well known on

Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Robinson of Bradenton. Mr. and costume dance; a proposed play, and nominations of the Island. The shop will offer facials, manicures and
Mrs. Marsh Wautelet of Danville III. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Aired of
Bartow. Tommy Jones of Lakeland and family. Pete Peeples of candidates for new officers.All pedicures, in addition to hair styling.A .
Winter Haven and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Votler of Bartow. members are urged to attend. There will be a opening sometime during October is planned.

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND record time during the evening.

MIXED LEAGUE P. Geyer 134 Island Woman's Club Plans Fall Season
B k K Hardware swept Its Island J. Connick 137
Mixed League match with Schuchard J. Dries 136 tetu
Plumbing Friday evening.High scoresIn O a'cee4 tI tI tI Plans for the fall season were made at a meetingof

the match were Clayton Bower. HIGH SERIES WOMEN) the Island Woman's Club Board of Directors this
172-461; Ray Schuchard. 161. John R. Haverkos 468 MRS. MARY FLORENCE BOWERS, 84, of 504 -71st week.
Holmes 168-471. D. Dower 438
Other scores: Connlck's TV 4. P. HtKtman 442 Street, Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Program Chairman Mrs. F. C. C. Paetzel outlinedthe
Island Bus 0. (Chick Chapman. 230J.. Dries 432 Hospital Monday, Sept. 20.
567; Bob Relnel 185, Andy Rasmus-. Chapman 411 year's programs. Among them will be an arts
sen. 70). P. Geyer 404 Born in Fenelon Falls, Ontario, Mrs. Bowers cameto exhibit by members of the club; a study of the Amish
Island Marine Supply 3, Webb'a J. Comick 403 the Island 18 years ago. She was a member of
laland Pharmacy I. (r Wayne Polk I,., H. Bend 402 people; a puppet show; an international tea; a talk on
Frank Mac, 134-413. fcd Haverkos, W. Miller 343 Roser Memorial Community Church, and of the Anna 'Our American Heritage" and a travelogue.
176. Roselyn Haverkus. 468) K. Ferguson 319 Maria Readers Club.
of the
Anna Maria Electric 3.Dick Wagner Prize winning bird books of the children
Realty I.(Roy Ferguson.:UZ. 87;Bud HIGH GAMES (MEN) Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Sheehan of Island Elementary School will be on display at the

Ho meeting prizes
Rod k Reel Pier 3. Sand Bar I. C. Chapman 223
(George Dries 223-614. Ernie G. Dries 223 and James Bertal of Marlon, Mich.; a brother, James the club will be presented by the school principal,
Schmidt 112. Byron Arkebauer.483). G. Dries 224 McMartin of Anna Maria; a sister Miss Alice Sam Schlek.
Mira Mar Drive-In 3, Anna Maria R. Ferguson 222
City Pier I. (Walt Spark, 192-483. W. Sparks 192 McMartin of Marquette, Mich.; a granddaughter, Mrs. Mrs. Charles Speer, poetry chairman, asked that

Lefty Miller. 176.401. R.B. Relnel Ferguson 115 111 John Van Ostcnbrldge of Holmes Beach; a grandson, all members interested in the poetry clinic call
Robert Jled cock of Bradenton five other
LEA.Uki lANDINGS E. Schmidt III ; grand- her at her home, 778-1691.
Rod i Reel PIer 7 B. ((oilman 17QP children and 20 great grandchildren.
Ie Hardware 7 According to an announcement by Mrs. Edgar
Funeral will be held
Pollra Mar Drly.-In 6 U/I; SERIES MEN) services at Griffith-Cline Dupont, ways and means chairman, an evening card

Island ConnIck Marine TV Supply S 5 R.C. Dries Ferguson 614 Sal Island Chapel at 10 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 2.1, with party for the benefit of the Youth Center will be held
the Rev. Richard K. former of
Wiggins Rower
Anna Marla Electric 4 C. Chapman 367Webb's pastor during o ctober.D .
Island Pharmacy 4 K. lIayne. \IQ Memorial Community Church, officiating. Burial will
DIck Wagner Realty :I w. Spark 415, be In Manasota Memorial Park.
Schuchard Plumbing :I B. Arkebaut'r 483
Sand Bar Z B. ((oilman 481 Pallbearers will be J. Hartley Blackburn, Clyde

Island Anna Mula Bus City Pier I I E.A. Schmidt King 411 176B. Phelps, C. l h. Brewer, Don Mellln George Norwood,

Bt'rlet 41InGl1 John Huth and Aaron Van Ostcnbrldge Jr.
GAMES (WOMEN) istinguished
P. Boelm.n 170 THIS WH""S SCHEDULER
lIa'erkOl ItIQ Connick' TV Schuchard Plumb.II. Walls Electric
Benet 16Q Sand Bar MIra Mar Orl\8-ln
D. Bower 169 Island Bua Anna Marla Electric: 201 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH .
D. Bower 16J Dick Wagner Realty II' K Hardware ,
K.( Ferguson 163 A. M. City Pier Wet>b'. Island "'hat.J. .
Dries IN Island Marine Sup. Rod Reel Pier PHONE 746.5071 fining

ISLAND BOwLING LEAGUE I I The ISLANDER I I Commercial, Residential or Repair
I Vista won all four points In Vanltatenbrldge Builders Iit.
:Land Bowling league match :with Webb's Island Pharmacy 0 Is The ORDER

VanWt.nbridgeBuilders" MundaPete Reynard's. Restaurant. 0
fling to go Into a ro-way tie for fine
place In the league standings with TOP TEN GAMES ELGIN
Island Marine Supply. thllllacun. In R. Haynesthe 247
match were Roger Haynes, 247- B. Green 2)6
650. and Chick Chapman 113, Aaron J. HolmesVandBienbrldge. 2)42J7 Water Softeners and Filters OF The DAY
3O8. B. Guild
(her scores.Schuchard Plumbing 4, H. NMakutwd.kl 213
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 0. Byron R. Haynes JIOAUeb..r. Fully Guaranteed
208 607. Larry heath B. Artebauer 208 At
I1Q.SO)). I). Adair 203
Bayou Marina 4. Webb's Island L. Baker 204 ROY M. PHILLIPS
201
Pharmacy Hank NI..lobed.UlI Arkebauef
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312. Rick Smith, 190-312)) .
Island Marine Supply IbLANDFR, I. TOP UN SERIES
(John Holmes, 2)4-551. Kayo (Ceding. R. Haynes 6'10' 744.5142 778.1486
I"-V)2): B. ArkebauerRoser M'
Men's Club :3. Gray's f uno- B. Guild 5"
ash I. Hud GrHn.lht.mm.n J. HolmesSmalley. \5S
IIS. Charles Weaver.)() ). B. Adair \H
Bay Area Insurance J.Ie land Bank 2. L. Hanson \\1 DEEP SEA FISHING
(Lloyd lIa"..",. 1'J'I. LaMulne H. Green Sin
Baker, 204. Jerry Spencer Ml. A. Rasmus*** \H
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J. SJ>4'ncer)1
C.. 32* ABOARD THE ADMIRALS ,
LEAGLf: STANDINGS Dries ,
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.Island Marine Supply ,
Tropical Vista 7 NEXT wt U'S SCtfUJl.U YACHT CLUB
Bay Area Insurance A Bayou Marina BayAteair\-. TACKLE AVAILABLE- J i
Rower Men' Club 6 Tropical Vista laser M. C,
Island Bank, 6 Island Pharmacy lSLANtK"
Bantu Marina 3 l.landMsrtrwS.Syly I Uland Bank LUN H COUNTER ABOARD RESTAURANT74k1
Scrtuchard Plumbing 3 Gray's Exoexvash Sclludllrd
Cray's Fconevash 4 Pete Reynard's Vanrien6tidge
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CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED Unitarian ServiceThe Island Star Club

Jtiic* ,.,.... ,.,.1... sermon at the Man- The Anna Maria Island

BERNARD MISSION R......SI.00-SOC ...... atee Unitarian Universalist Star Club will hold its
(CATHOLIC) first of the fall
meeting
FOR SALE 4 Commercial HairDryer Fellowship on Sunday,
R.v. Francis F. Unillr in good working order. $35 Sept. 26, will be entitled, season at 1:30p.m., Tues-
each. Ideal for MOle I.. Call 778-1891
MASS-SUNDAYl t & 10 am after p.m. "The Grand Inquisitor day, Oct. 5, at the Anna
WEEKDAYS am R6 SALEs ll-Ft.cruiaalongcabln Revisited: An Inquiry into Maria Community House. w
HOLY DAYS am 4 6 pm 2 with 2 5-Ft. Boat Slip
Boat. Sleep ;
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- (with Seawall)on Oak Ave., AnnaMa- the Nature of Human All visiting members of
WEDNESDAYS 7l30 pm ria. Price 1000. Phone 778-3419. Freedom." It will be read Eastern Star will be wel-
Harvey Memorial ChurchNonD.no.inotlon.l parry McCallum.A I"I'
OPPORTUNITY by a member of the Fel- come.
( B..chR. ) Large United State and Canadian lowship; the sermon was Members are asked to ,r t
Br dnlen
Company in agricultural field urgently delivered originally by the note the change in meet- \'
... A. W. Sim MS require representative in this county yt
SUNDAY for Crop Service Department. Appli- Rev. Khoren Arisian Jr. ing place.
9ll5 am Sunday Schoolavt.tl. cant must have recent agricultural at the Unitarian Churchof
be well in -
background and regarded
.. Science Service area. Sarasota in the springof
A. M. ..- Mewie Position 1* full time, or can be 1965. Fellowship and
handled at first along with your present :
SUNDAY farming operation. Successful appli- church school meet at the 1 :
9tOO am Sunday Service
cant can expect earnings between Palma Sola CommunityClub j
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. $100-$150 weekly, with excellent opportunity
... L.. ".'''ff. P..... for early advancement in this 71st St. West, Bra- :
area. denton, at 10:30 a.m. \
FRIDAY Write and tell me about yourself.Re-
7l30 pm Deacons' Meeting ply at once to: Vice Pres., Box 1105, Everyone is cordially
SUNDAYS Winter Park. Florida.FOR invited to attend the ser- I a senior at Manatee High, last week
8145 School ENTB 1 100 feet
am Sunday Duplex
9:50 am Worship Service from water: in Anna Maria.$65 mo.on vices of the Fellowship. captain of the cheerleaders at the school.
Sl30pm Concord Choir yearly lease. Also ping pong table for been a cheerleader for three years,
6130 pm Worship S.rvic. sale. $10. Phone 778-1402 after 4.30 Services
Episcopal Island girl ever elected captain of the
7130 pm Youth Program p.m.,or weekends. -
MONDAYS LOST: Tool Box and speciaTRefrlgeratton Church School classesat the daughter of Mrs. Fred Hutchinson

TUESDAY 7S30 pm Finance Committee Grocery.Tools.Please Vicinity call Marchand 778-2450.a the Episcopal Churchof Fred Hutchinson. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

7iOO pm Church Choir -Reward. The Annunciation resumed -
WEDNESDAYS and WOMAN active.FOR Parttlme HOUSEWORK work, 4-6 Clean daysa last Sunday.A .
CA
4lOO Intermediate
pm week. Daytimes call at Driftwood nursery is providedfor
7:00pm RA, CA, Sunbeams
Galleries; Evenings at 606 Bay Blvd.
7:00 pm Pray.r Meeting South Anna Maria City. pre-school children
R... Memorial Church -WATETTT BUY All U.S. Coins during the 10:30 a.m. > t 0 v I.
Gold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of
(H..D.tl..1)THURSDAYI any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, Eucharist.The .
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 Episcopal Church-
7130 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal 14th St. W. nradenton. Ph.7472M6.ALTER .
SUNDAYS A 1 IONS on all kinds of Uoth- women meet at 9:30a.m., I
9iOO am Worship Service ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mr*. Tuesday, for a bazaar
10:00 am Sunday School Frank Beard. Phone 778-1431. I
workshop session.
7:00 pm Youth Program HOMES COMMERCIALS CLEANED. I
MONDAY, We will clean floors windows or wash
10:00 am Hannah Circle walls. Terrazzo Experts. Free Estimates. ur A REGULAR :
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Call746-9Q39. __ TilE ISLAND'S OWN TV CART
SURE TO GET YOUR
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
Church of Th. Annunciation
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 purchase of this..
(Episcopal) MOWING EDGING, ETC.
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe. Recto Call 778-2021, or write:
THURSDAY KEN FELLOWS
9:00 am Holy Eucharist
15th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Phone 778-2894 after 4 PM.
8:00 am Holy Euchariit SEASONAL OR YEARLY RENTAL
10130 am Family Eucharist & Gulf Queen Cottage. 2 Bedrooms Tile IHURSDA Y- '
S.rmon; Church School Bath. Electric Kitchen. 50 yd*, from TV
Gulf. Surf fishing at your door. 10J
Gloria D.I Lutheran Church Pine Av., Anna Maria. (;778-2190.. MEN'SDUNGAREES

Rev. Letter M. Uti, Pastor

SUNDAYS SIZES 34 to 46
9IS School
am Sunday
10:10 am Worship Service
11130 am Choir Rehearsal REG $199

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ISLAND REAL ESTATE I


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The following items DOWN PAYMENT
|and offered at well
[them just a few 3 Bedroom 1% Baths-Screened Porch
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ELECTRIC .
DANISH MODERN \ .. Built-in Electric Surface Unit & Oven
(2 Leaves, 5 : Carport & Utility Room
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CHEST OF ....
DRESSER has Central Oil Heat Boat Slip
MIRROR of JOHN B. PROTHERO
FULL TWIN SIZE G.
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To see CALL year by 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
Day 778-2614 real

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778-1131 A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach THE.ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE Shifts Dresses Skiffs
SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
WEEK FOR ONLY$3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U.S. Tea Timers
Call 778-2021 or write:Box 757,Anna Maria,Fla.HUFFINE'S .
Pants Sets Amah Sets

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778-1771 Days : Friday Evenings :
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COLOR TV NEW and USED CARS Starting Friday October First

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ISLAND TV 778-1703 ISLAND SANITATION SERVICE
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Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.PROGRESS Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT:
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supply of fresh,pure water.That is our responsibilityon from 3 to 21 Days 170 tb J White HorseBIRTHDAY

Anna Maria Island. to make certain that our Space is going in a hurry JIM BEAM O II R E 3.5ths SCOTCH$16.50KESSLERS

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unending source of water at the lowest possible cost. Y 3.5thi $10.00

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PHONE 7783494Closed "BEER" "MIXES"WE
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