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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: October 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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UNIVERSITY I I or r lal I OA

LfCKARY 1 CF FLORIDA' HISTORY

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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



726 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 7, 1965 TEN CENTS


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f. ;.. . ..;.. group owners petition
'" ? \ f.- commercial property on that the city rescind Its

.:...... Marina Drive have signeda action taken at the special
.15:1 petition which will be board meeting of Aug. 30.
: presented to the Holmes According to spokesmenfor

Beach Board of Aldermen.The the group of property
petitlonprotcststhe owners an attorney has
board's action in sponsor- been engaged to advise ..
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ing proposed sewage represent .
disposal system for the is understood that all
commercial properties In the owners of commercial

the city, and the fact that property on Marina Drive
the Marina Drive property as far north as 61st Street

owners will be compelledto have signed the petition.The .
pay a proportionateshare text of the petitionis
of the initial cost. reproduced below:

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Mayor and Board of Aldermen
Holmes Beach Florida
New anti-erosion pier being built by the county at out into the Gulf about 200 feet, and already some WE the undersigned, owners and tenants of
Sixth Street South Bradenton Beach now reaches sand is building up along the shore. (Islander Photo) commercial property along Marina Drive,protest

vigorously the council's action in sponsoring even

National School Application For Hol..s Beach Aldtmti Pass temporarily a sewage disposal plant In the

shopping center, for which system we arc to be
Lunch Week Dredging PermitAn compelled to pay a proportionate share of the

application to the Ordinaict Oi N.t Fishing initial cost; later, and forever whatever service

October 10 To 16 Army Corps of Engineersfor charge the then-owners Impose upon us.
a dredging permit by Our present disposal installations were con-
The week of Oct. 1016 Ordinance 124 was read had raised the fees with-
Hugh G. Holmes was readat structed with the approval of the County Health
has been designated as the Tuesday evening for the second time and out authorization,and that Department and the City Engineer. They arc

National School Lunch meeting of the Holmes passed by the Holmes nothing could be found in completely adequate and will continue to be HO,
Week, and at the requestof Beach Hoard Aldermen.The Beach Board of Aldermen the city's records to substantial with reasonable care. In the foreseeable and
Mrs. Wanda Miller applicant asked fora this week. The new ordinance e the increase. distant future.
in charge of the school authorized by Bill The bill was turned overto
permit "to construct We'have been Informed that your intervention was
, lunch program at Anna earth dikes and to dredgeand No. 2664 of the Florida the city attorney for only to obtain a possible Federal grant of some
Maria Elementary School
fill in Sarasota Pass, Legislature,prohibits any study. $38,000 for the benefit of two or three Individual
the menus for the week net In the inland Michael Giordan, one of
fishing and that Involved
westerly shore at appli owners our properties were to
are listed below: Monday, waters of the city, particularly the consulting engineers
cant's property on Anna produce a plausible air of feasibility for the
Oct. 11, Weiner on Run
In the and engaged by the city to
Maria Key located southof Bayou project. We were not consulted except to express
with mustard butter; baked School Key in the Townof the pass between Key plan and supervise the personal opinions about the desirability of a

beans; slaw with car- Holmes Beach. It is Royale and the Island. proposed sewage treat- central system for the shopping center. To this

rots and green pepper; proposed to fill shoreward Francis Welsch Island ment plant, reported that we agreed as an academic principle but not at our
pink applesauce with ran- of said dikes eastward to electrical contractor, had he and his associates had expense and the potential cost to all property

ger cookies. the Holmes Beach bulk- presented the city with a been In Washington recently owners in the city. You have the power to compelthe
Tuesday Oct. 12, Meatloaf head line." The fill wouldbe bill for $270.85, representing tochcck the federal true owners of the properties, where conditions
; whipped potatoes; obtained by dredging what he claimed participation In the pro- are had or doubtful to correct those conditions or
green beans with butter; approximately: 100,477 were overcharges on per- ject. lie said the city may cease to have business done on the premises.We .
celery sticks; hot rolls cubic yards of material. mits for wiring homes in be able to get more money are Informed there Is no general "health
with butter fresh citrus
; Protests or comments the past two years. than anticipated. hazard" presently In the shopping center. If this
fruit cup. regarding the applicationunder Mayor Elmer G. Twist Giordan also reportedthat is not true, will the City En ln provide specific
Wednesday Oct. 13, consideration must said that apparently the the final plans for the details outside of the two or threcknownha/ards.

Chicken with noodles, but- be submitted to the District city's ell'ctrlcallnspcctor (Continued on Page 2)) Our principal objection Is that we, and the
tered broccoli; pineapple
waldorf salad hot rolls Engineer, Corps of citizens at large, were not properly not if led of the
with butter butterscotch; Engineers, P.O. Box 4970, details of the project which affect us directly and
; Jacksonville 32201 tohe :{ d dd dt all others Indirectly. All are concerned when the

squares. received on or before Oct. council hurriedly bound the people to a tempo
Thursday Oct. 14, Pork
rary (?)expenditure OO,()()()which may become
chopettes candled SWl'tpotatcx'R
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29.Golf
a permanent burden.We .
; buttered green Club MeetingAn therefore, ask you to rescind the action takenIn
tossed salad with
peas;
1000 Island dressing corn organl/ational meeting .. the meeting of August 30th about which meeting,
; of the stockholders of we and almost all of the people of Holmes Beach
topped rolls with butter
ice cream. ; the new Key Royale Club, ........-....... knew nothing) until It was published In the press
alter the
Inc. will be held at the meeting.
Friday, Oct. 15. Fish
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Holmes Beach Office

buttered sandwiches spinach wdill; chips potato; at 7:10 p.m., City Thursday J J"I. loard Of Evaluation Named

salad; cherry cobbler. Oct. 14. :
Mrs. Miller points out On the agenda for the "Mr"5.y Anna Maria's Board of Illness of Mayor Meyer

that Florida's meeting are several items .. < {valuation, to appraisecity :INked local residents to
economyis of business of Interest to .. owned property was be sure tree trimmers
helped greatly by the
school lunch all stockholders, as wellas appointed at a meeting of haul away the branches
program
with Florida the election of three the cltycornmlsslonMofi- and other trash an contracted
ducts many used In the menus.pro- new directors.The day evening. It has as Its and riot leave It

Parents are Invited to greens committeeof rnemlx rs. Mayor Harvey for the city to remove
visit the school cafeteriaat the golf club met lam G. Meyer CommissionerGene and suggested that Much
lunch time and may week with George Paulson( Cox, and (;vrtriMleHlasslngame yard men not be pa Id until
cat the luncheon preparedby of Pompano, a golf course and ,Ralph the work U completed.
making reservations architect who presenteda Parrlsh, 'local real' estate Commissioner; Tom Me-

three days in advance. A tentative course layout brokers. Kay reported that the city
charge of 50 cents per and his methods of pro- Under the provisions of had spent two to three
is made. cedure, along with some the city (charier the city limes more money on lar
person figures on construction COIN FLSHIN"( --With his pole In one hand, and a owned property has to bc yielding than usual and
costs He felt that the bucket in which to carry home the big ones In the evaluated each year. had fogged an often a..the
1t' proposed course could be other hand, Anthony Manali of Anna Maria In pictured Vice Mayor flail Misses, weather had permitted.
completed within the ten- as he net out for his favorite fishing spot (LSLANDI.R who conductt'd the meeting Moses, at the request of
tative amount budgeted. f'HOfO) during the absence due lo (Continued on Page 2))


Clean Up)


OCTOBER--Island Beautification Month p- Upl!


Fix Up!



2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 7., 19


Islander QtJ About The Road loadsEDITOR'S

EditorialsDon't eKse .
by THE EDITORBy NOTE: Reproduced below is an analYsis
of the proposed $300 million Florida Road
Add Ad Valorem! Bond
answering a question at the meeting of the program made by the League of Women Voters
City financing looms large as the principal problem Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen Tuesday evening, Florida. It will appear as No. 4 on the Nov. 2 ballot
confronting the administrations of the Island's three City Attorney Clyde Goebel helped to clarify a point among the proposed amendments to the Florida
municipalities.Most which has been on the minds of many Holmes Beach Constitution, and it is suggested that each voter take
of the receipts of the Island cities are from residents. Asked by a member of the audience If time to study the analysis to help him decide how to
road and bridge taxes (returned from the county); ownership of the new sewage treatment plant was to vote on the question.Road .
the state cigarette tax; power company franchise be public or private, and if the city was liable for Bond Program. Art. IX, added section.
payments; building permits, and occupational li- it, Goebel replied that it was "public all the way Under the provisions of this amendment as muchas
censes. through." 8300,000,000 in bonds may be sold by the State for
While some or all of this revenue may seem to be the construction or reconstruction of parts of the pri.
indirect, the truth of the matter is that every red Apparently the recent love affair between the mary road system and for payment of 50' of the nee.
cent paid to the cities from the sources listed sooneror Longboat League and Sarasota County has cooled. t-ssary right of way costs. The amendment provides! :

later is paid by Island residents, visitors, prop- Now the league is taking that county to task for its 1)) Beginning January 1, 1966, and for the
businessmen.At do much for the Town of Longboat Key following:
erty owners or failure to as 20 years, one and one-half cents of the first four
present, little Anna Maria City is the only one of --taxwise--as does Manatee County. Not many per gallon tax on gasoline will be placed in a trust fund cents
the three to levy an ad valorem tax. Every so often, months ago the league was spear-heading a movementto the "state roads bond fund." .
however, officials of one of the other Island cities get the town to secede from Manatee County and
tosses out the idea that a "SMALL ad valorem tax" to join Sarasota County. 2) The fund will be administered by the state Boardof
might be the answer to a lot of problems, and the Administration (the Governor, the State Treasurerand
way to finance some proposed projects. Now that some of the older boys and younger men the State Comptroller) and, through the Florida
These feelers apparently are intended as reaction have let their hair grow long to emulate their sisters, Development Commission, bonds may be sold with the
getters--to test the current attitude of the citizenryon we expect soon to see them wearing the regulationpink proceeds to be used by the State Road Department.

the subject. It is a considered conclusion that or yellow plastic rollers. 3) The fund is pledged for the payment of principaland
there is no such thing as a "small ad valorem tax." interest of the bonds sold or for refunding of bonds
It is in the same category as being "a little bit issued for the construction of the primary road system.

pregnant." Both can lead to embarrassing conse- 4)) Bonds issued against this fund will carry an aver.
..
quences. age net interest cost no greater than four and one-half
About three years ago, Mayor Carl Scott of Holmes (4 i/i) percent per year.
Beach, In discussing the possibility of an ad valoremtax
5)) Bonds will not be sold at less than value
par plus
said that if Holmes Beach could have an Incomeof
'iL accrued interest, and.after public advertisement
any ,
it could become model city.
$75,000
per year, /
will be sold at public sale to the bidder offering the
During a 14-month fiscal "year" which ended in
lowest net interest cost.
April of this year, the city's income was $72,288.40,
and a carry-over of $17,305.35 from the previousyear 6)) Bonds will not be sold in excess of $300,000,000 ex-
was available total of$89,593.75. And duringthe cept by specific approval of two-thirds of both housesof

next year, the $75,000 income figure probablywill the Legislature.
be reached. But will that solve that city's 7)) Priorities are established for the use of the pro
financial problems as Mayor Scott foresaw them? ceeds from the sale of bonds for each fiscal year.
Once the cycle is started, there is no predicting
8)) During the twenty year period the Legislature will
where it will end. But it is safe to say that it will bea not reduce the rate of the first four cents per gallon
long, cold, midweek Sunday before ad valorem tax set aside for the primary road system nor make
taxes, once levied, ever will be removed. Nor will any exemptions to it.
there be many years in which the ad valorem taxes
will be lower than those of the previous year.A 9) No officer or employee of the state or any political
good, nearby example is the City of Anna Maria. subdivision of the state will have any direct financial
And for purposes of illustration, the figures for the interest in any contract let under the amendment.
period from 1955-56 to 1962-63 are presented below, Violation is punishable as a misdemeanor.

with the budget of the city doubling in that time. PRO-The program would provide the state with a primary .
Year Rate Total Tax Total Budget network of good, modern highways, approximating -
1955-56 6 Mills $ 4,990 $21,600 the quality of interstate highwaysand
1956-57 8 Mills 7,836 20,349 parkways, not only for the use of its increasing
1957-58 7 Mills 9,700 24,220 resident population but also as a boostto
1958-59 5 Mills 8,293 25,654 y the tourist industry by encouraging greater
1959-60 7 Mills 13,000 31,600 travel throughout the entire state. Added gas.
1960-61 10 Mills 20,138 36,138 oline tax revenue from greater tourist use ol
.. 1961-62 4.8 Mills 25,271 42,381 primary roads would tend to pay off the bond
1962-63 4.8 Mills 26,156 46,601 before the end of the 20 year period. The In.
Actually, in the next three years, the Anna Maria terest rate is not out of line with other state
tax rate and total tax have decreased (4 mills and bond projects. Modern four-lane highways
$21,259 in the 1963-64 tax year; 3.5 mills and $19- should help to improve the traffic safety recordof
205 in 1964-65, and 3.5 mills and $20,021 in 1965- the state. Counties would! pay only 50'". of
66)), but the city budget has maintained its upward the cast of rights of way under this program
spiral, and for the next fiscal year will be $69,071 herein counties now pay lOO1of? these costs

more than three times what it was in 1955-56. CON-There I is no emergency with respect to Florich I
Not that the officials in Anna Maria City are any roadways such as to require further bonded indebtedness
less hard working or conscientious than those in any of the state. Florida agencies now
city anywhere. They merely arc the victims of an have aggregate bonded debts of $812.2 million
inherited system which is extremely difficult to of dollars. There are other state needs such a*
change. The demands on the budget constantly arc educational programs, libraries, nursing homesf
higher than the income, thus making it necessary to IMIOrOGKAPHIC STUDY BY CARLA ROMEIKE recreational facilities for all ages, that are oil
hike the income. equal or greater urgency. Because of high interest
Our advice to the citizens of any city faced with an costs only a relatively small amount ($50
ad valorem tax: Don't let anyone get at you on the $60 million dollars! ) would actually l 1)e adder
each year by the sale of bonds to the approximate
basis of civic pride--stick to your principles and ANNA MARIA .
$100
remember your pocketbooks! Don't let any city million dollars already being spen
from i
(Continued Page 1)a ) annually road
on conduction. The progranj
officials the idea that should be
try to put across you letter from the Island could
require increased 196
taxes at early a*
happy to an ad valorem tax because Maria
pay Division of the Manatee
since costs of bonding and increased mainterj
City, New York City or Kalamazoo" has one. Stall
of Com-
Chamber
County ance costs of the new highways would use avai
off those ad valorem taxes as long as possible! Keepon declared October
merce, able primary road money Federal funds f<'
being "unwilling. Anna Maria City beauti- road building might be lost due to the lack
fication month. lie said state matching fun N.
that the city had made
great strides in that direction -
HOLMES BEACH. poor cooperation from during the last two ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
(Continued from Page 1) some property owners on years but that there was
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sewage system arc nearly the trash pickup, and that still room for improvement T_,.
completed, and that the almost before the truck and urged everyoneto T.tvrel

assessment roll had been had left the block, some do everything possibleto I .. N.*A i 9. H''l. ;t
finished. persons already startednew improve the looks of None
Alderman 28--76 83 80 88 82 I
Jack Moormanof piles of trash along the city.LETTERS. : 1 i
the city planning com- the edge of the street. .29.-7 84 81 89 78 None'
mittee reported a changein He warned about the cost 30--76 84 81 88 78 NoM
plan regarding locationof of the pickup and said the 1--76 84 82 88 78 None,
the sewage plant. city could not continue it 276 85 81 87 78 None.
He told a number of if it were abused. 3--75 84 81 88 "8 None,
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reasons for locating the Twist pointed out that 4--77 84 81 88 78 None
plant on the city office trash is picked up northof Dear Editor: JPage
property rather than between 66th Street the first Thank you for your complete coverage regarding the
Gulf Drive and 54th week of the month, and damage, or lack of damage, from the recent hurri- The Itlonder
Street, as originally plan south of 66th, includingKey cane.
. ned. The principal reason Royale,the third weekof We were somewhat amazed to hear that you were An Independent Weekly published
the criticized for the facts about this every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
was cost of the 54th the month. reporting storm.
Street property. The mayor said that the As property owners on the Island, we want the PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine i J IIDq
Mayor Twist said that city had been doing every- straight facts--not propaganda--and I am sure that Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
the city planned to have a thing possible to alleviatethe most other readers agree. EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALLv,
meeting of all the owners mosquito situation, including Managed news and propaganda have no place ina ADVERTISING MANAGER
of commercial propertywho fogging as oftenas free society. Just keep on giving us the facts so MARGE KIMBALL
for ourselves. Mall Address; P. O. Box 757, Annar
would be affected by the weather conditions we can Judge
the sewage plant, for discussion permit. Sincerely, Maria 33501 Fla. Telephone 778-2021

and agreement.The Permission was grantedfor Luther II. Redcay '
Entered as Second Class
mayor said that the a four-unit apartmentin Isle of QueSelinsgrove matter
under the Act of March 3, 1879 I
city had been receiving Seaside Gardens. Pa.


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9 Thursday, October 7, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 'I


gilcJe't fietls andCockle


sis and ghells

of And HOW does your garden grow?
lotida
A cooling drink and luncheon after a swim in the

lketo Gulf, cocktails at bull-bat time (in North Carolina tR .. 'f I ','
+ bull-bats fly at five), leisure, lazy-day pursuits,
a pleasant way of life--all of these are suggested by .. .
the word "patio". Your patio may be in the open,
walled by trees and shrubs, with lawn or paving for Island patios. New blooms can be brought forward,
ch its floor, and the sky for its ceiling or it may be and dying, diseased and dormant plants parked out of
or.c roofed and screened--whichever, it s an outdoor sight. This method, I have found, also works well
' room. in an area which receives nos un.It permits bringingthe
To shelter this outdoor room, you might considerthe garden right up on the pavement, as well as
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deciduous trees (jacaranda, royal poinciana or keeping the plants in tip-top condition. Dramatic ,
tropical almond). If properly trimmed these will forma foliage can be placed against a wall where design
tod canopy in summer. In the winter the bare brancheswill interest will be created by the leaf patterns. A bushy
not shade the bare skin of your northern friendsas variety can be used to soften a corner. However
they work at the acquisition of a Florida tan. Fora portable pots will take more effort and can be costlyif
rdis southern exposure (patio, of course), a tree in full plants are purchased in blooming size rather than
I'r leaf will not only provide shade, it also will reflect grown from seedlings or cuttings. Container plants t
heat from the surrounding surfaces,and reduce glare. will require more water than those in beds and
heal hanging baskets will require most of all. Wall brackets ,
r made of wrought iron to hold hanging baskets or ). "-
potted plants arc especially suited to wide expansesof '- ,

, wall space. In these pots you might use orchids, _' _._ -.1..
Isn particularly the spray type such as dendrobrium, Sea oats, beach, and 06 Gulf water at the north end ot
and oncidium. These bloom
epidendrum chiefly duringthe
the Island--a pleasant scene. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
F. YOC late winter and early spring. Ferns of all types,
elf bromeliads, ivies, geraniums, petunias and begoniasare this plant dally as he drives along 73rd Street,
-- but a few which should do well in this location. Holmes Deacfi, has suggested that everyone plant a
''ISIt. a,,,,,. The stag-horn fern, with Its leathery shields, is one single-pink oleander if he can find the space. Evenif
plant sure to pique the curiosity of the unfamiliar oleanders aren't your cup of tea, let's get behind
7er and help to create that exotic, tropical atmospherewe this project and each in his own way try to make
The artful use of plant materials may make the so desire. Occasionally, you may notice the plant our Island the most beautiful on the West Coast of
- difference between an outdoor room that is passablydull leaves have been burned from the reflection of the Florida.
(mine is) and one that is dramatic. Plantings sun against the wall. Shade it or move itl! More will e .
soften the hard, geometric lines of a fence or wall. follow. I think that I shall never see a billboard lovelyas
,0- By evaporation and by preventing glare of the sun's a tree.Perhaps .
rays, they help to cool the patio. On dull days they Beautification, Education, Hospitalization unless the billboards fall, I'll never
will brighten the atmosphere with their blooms and month Beautification heads the list as the most see a tree at all.
III freshen it with their fragrance. A selected groupingcan discussed subject on the C of C poll. That's becausethe Ogden Nash
''ne substitute for a missing view, screen out obJec- Chamber of Commerce has declared October e .
( tionable landscape features, or break up a too solid Beautification Month. The oleander, as far as many See you next week
expanse of paving. These plant materials can be in Islanders are concerned, is the one shrub which --GINNIE
al I conventional beds, in raised planters or in portable survives all adverse conditions. A single pink species
alt I containers. (is it Davis Islands?) blooms ten months of the year. BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
. Movable pots and tubs are particularly suited toour Dill Genung of the Island Chamber, who observes TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE

SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
j. CHOCOLATE WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
111 I less Call 778-2021, or write: Box 757, Anna Maria Fla.

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4 THE ISL 4NDER Thursday, October 7, 1965


Local Postmasters A. M. Garden ClubA

meeting of the boardof wa
To Attend Omaha directors of the Anna
Maria Garden Club will be
Postal Convention held at the home of the

Postmaster Mrs. Sally club president, Mrs.Jer-
Sterner of Anna Maria and ome Vitt of 895 North '
Postmaster Miss Helen Shore Drive, Anna Maria, )7RIIl'J r
Holt of Longboat Key left at 10 a.m., Wednesday, .' f'
by car Wednesday for the Oct. 13.Isiand. i'E

National annual convention Association of the of Youth Center

Postmasters, to be held Dick Frost was elected
in Omaha, Neb., Oct. 10- vice president, and Rich-
ard Connick, sergeant at
14.On their trip they expectto arms, of the Island Teen
see the fall colors not Club at a recent meeting.
found on Florida foliage. They replaced Gerry t2t I

The convention, Mrs. Guild and John Witt, who
Sterner's first, will fea- are in the service.A i
ture a talk by the new new band,"The Ones" -.
-'-"'--'-'-"-"-'- -
Postmaster General supplied the music for the -
Models in well received fashion show presented at Fashions in the show were by IRENE'S,accessoriesby
O'Brien who dance the
at
Lawrence F. youth center
Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant Friday SAND DOLLAR GIFTS,both of the Island Shopping
will head of Mrs. Ted
Friday evening.
a delegation the evening. 'Left to right are Gladys Burghardt and Center, and hair styles by LUCY of Anna Maria.So .
Office was
Post Tripp chaperone.A
Department Diane Magill of Bradenton Beach, and Norma great was the interest in the show that present
officials who will set forth Halloween costume
Ralston and Irma Cox of Holmes Beach. A fifth plans are that it will be a regular Friday evening
the policies and aims of dance is planned for Fri-
model was Ann Cable, also of Holmes Beach. feature throughout the winter. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
the department,as well as day evening, Oct. 22,with
proposed means of imple- Debbie Hamer to serve as Cincinnati, where she visited with friends and family.
.. mentation of the methods chairman of the arrange- All About P.opl. .. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH McCRONE of Albuquerque,
intended to improve the ments committee. N. M. are guests of Mr.and Mrs.Harry Rife of North
postal service for the pub- Teen Club members will Island residents who have returned or are expected Shore Drive, Anna Maria, for a week.
sell Christmas trees,with here soon are: MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE C., PAUL HAIMOVITZ of Tampa, and two of his Tampa
lic.Seminars will be direc- the proceeds used to buy KENNEY of 13th Street South, Bradenton Beach, friends have recently completed their three cottages
ted toward the specific sports equipment for use after a summer spent in South Haven,Mich. MR., facing the Bay on 24th Street, Bradenton Beach.
needs of individual post at the youth center. AND MRS.WILLIAM WARREN of 72nd Street, Holmes HELEN PETERS of Holmes Beach, Island Players
offices. Kiwanis Beach, from Franklin, N. C., where they have been director, will entertain at a luncheon meeting of the
One evening will be a Speakers for several months. MR. AND MRS. J. WILLIS Galley Maids, at Pete Reynard's on Oct. 20, by a
"Madison Avenue" ses- Principal Sam Schiek of RYDER of 72nd Street, Holmes Beach, who have reading from a current Broadway production.
sion, as delegates use a Anna Maria Elementary vacationed at Dillard,Ga.for the past few months. .
chamber of commerce School will speak at the MRS MAY BELL of Maple Avenue, Anna Maria, fJ4ttu4ltte
approach in advertisingtheir meeting of the Island Kiwanis home after a several-month stay in Minneapolis. II II "
states. Club on Wednesday, MR.AND MRS.GEORGE E.E.INGERSOLL Crestwood MRS. FRANCES J. McCOY, 81, of 611 AmbassadorLane
Mrs. Sterner and Miss Oct. 13. He will tell about Road, Holmes Beach, home again after five monthsat Holmes Beach, died at a local rest home,
Holt will be among those the Island School.At their sum.ner home in Hampton, N. H. MR. Sunday, Oct. 3. Born in Sparta, Mo., Mrs. McCoy
who plan to roll out early the Kiwanis meetingon AND MRS. JOHN STEWART 54th Street,Holmes moved to the Island from Springfield,Mo.,a year ago.
each morning in order to Wednesday, Sept. 27, Beach, back from a summer in Huntington,W.Va. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Maurine Bowers of
serve Florida orange Mrs. Frank Dobbe,chair- MR. AND MRS. EDWARD J. HASSIG of Newtown Holmes Beach; three grandchildren; eight great-
juice at least an hour man of the Island Youth Conn., who are now occupying their permanent homeat grandchildren, and one great great-grandchild.
before the opening of each Center Board of Direc- 142 Crescent Drive, Anna Maria. MR. ANDT. Funeral services were held at Griffith-Cline Island
morning session. tors, and Youth Center H, RICKERSON of Concord Lane, Holmes Beach, Chapel Wednesday morning, with the Rev.Richard K.
They also plan to spreadthe Directors Mr. and Mrs. 'after several months in Wilmington, Del. MRS.G. Wiggins officiating.
"word'' about Anna Robert Ross, will tell the I C. VAN KIRK of 75th Street, Holmes Beach, who Interment was in Manasota Memorial Park.
Maria Island and LongboatKey club about the work at the I has been vacationing in Gettysburg, Pa. MRS. Pallbearers were C. E. Brewer, Frank Schroeder,
and to distribute youth center, and about 'JAMES P. STEPHENS of South Bay Boulevard, Anna James Walters, Arthur Evans, John VanOstenbridgeand
appropriate brochures. some of its problems. J Maria, to occupy her home here after a summer in Howard Adams.


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Thursday October 7, 1965 THE


I Guests atth Motels Roser GuildThe High Twelve Club

LAY-Z-UV-N MOTELt Mr. and Mrs L.Hawkins of Floral City. Mr. Women's Guild ol Dr. John H. Deam of
and Mrs. T.W. Sharp Fort Meade. Mr.and Mrs. Virgil Hodgson of Roser Memorial Commu- Holmes Beach will be the
Lakeland. Warren Haddock and Lewis Hurst Jr. of Mulberry.ROD .
k REEL MOTELi Mr. andMrs.C. Bybee of: Winter Haven. Mr. nity Church will hold its speaker at the meeting of
and Mrs. R. W.Roberts of Bradenton. Lester Brody of Miami Beach. regular monthly meetingand the Island High Twelve
Mr. and Mrs.Joseph Zwart and Mr.and Mrs. Glen Zwart of Yonkers N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Petersson of: Melrose Park.m. Lloyd Baldwin ll.Il4 program at noon on Club, at Pete Reynard'sYacht
of Tampa and ton. Tuesday, Oct. 12, with a Club Restaurant at
EAST Of THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.C.E.Hawkins of Cincinnati. Mr. and __ p
Mrs. Edwin Geddls and Mr.and Mrs.M.Weir of Caledonia. Ohio. carry-in luncheon to be noon, Thursday, Oct. 7.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.James Stark of Orlando. Mr. __ served. Rolls and bever- The speaker will discuss
and Mrs. George Williams of St. Petersburg. Mr.and Mrs. K. Skinner
of Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs. E. B.White of Indian Harbor Beach. age will furnished. The Medicare, the new hospital -
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bohrer of Nlcholasville. Ky. women planning to attend insurance protection
NOMAD MOTELt Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jacobson Alton HI. Mr.and
Mrs. Alfred Davis of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabision of Winter are asked to take a cover plan under the 1965 social
Haven. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. c iF ed dish and table service. securityamcndments, and
T. E. Anderson of Washington. D.C. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson of
Lake Wales. Mrs. Max A. Cole of supplementary medical

S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr.and Mrs. T. T.Weaver of Winter Haven Holmes Beach will be the insurance benefits pro-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ledbetter of Atlanta.
for the for those 65 or
I THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL R. B. Mitchell. Tom Jones speaker programto gram
I and Beard Hyman of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs.W. A.Buehl of Dade follow the luncheon,and older.At .
City. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hendrix and. ;.and Mrs. Francis L. Cochran of the
will the the meeting
: of Lakeland. Miss Shirley Dorsett and Miss Kitty Maxwell of Eaton Park speak on subjectof
Mr and Mrs. Ronald A. Lowrey of Glbsonton. "Graphoanalysis," the club on Thursday Oct. 14,
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. John Howie of Apopka. Mr. and Mrs. Howard{ authorof
study of handwriting to Lloyd L. ,
of .
Jerry King Houma La. B. Digestro of Chicago. H.F. Robinson of
Maywood 111. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llndscowt and Mr. and Mrs. D.S. determine a person's person many adventure tales,
Sick of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. James of Lakeland.
Murphy a 11 t and character.All war stories and westerns,
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of Pulaskl. Tenn. Mr. and y
Mrs. Robert Anderson of Parrish. men and women of will tell of his latest ven-

the community invitedto ture in writing, a book for
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND
attend the meeting. small children, "The Ad-

MIXED LEAGUE ventures of Tildy and 1111-
Connlck's TV by winning aU four D. Warner 1S4 Unitarian ServiceDr. "
lives
points In Its Island Mixed League R. Haverkos 149 dy. Howard now at
with Webb's Island D. Bower 149 Seaside Gardens Holmes
match Pharmacy Henry F. James of ,
Friday evening moved up Into a two Holmes Beach will be the "!'(.each.
way tie for first place in the league HIGH SERIES WOMEN)
standings. High scores In the match D. Bower 490 Noel Mullis, chief lifeguard at the Manatee County speaker at the meeting of

were Chick Chapman 199-S48. and W.: Miller 476Frank 470 Beach, does a double take when he gets an eye full of the Unitarian Universalist Episcopal WomenA

Other Davidson.scores I :Anna 230-537.Maria Electric 4. G. Dries Alderton 449 Terry Bryant demurely perched atop his chinning bar. Fellowship, Sunday, Oct. regular meeting of the

Mira Mar Drive-In 0. (Roger Haynes P. Hottman 444 Terry is from Palmetto and a student at Palmetto 10. His talk will be basedon Episcopal Churchwomen
201-M4, Bob Bcrtet. 183-491). K. Ferguaon 420
Island Marine Supply 3.Island Bus 1. D. Warner 411 High. (ISLANDER PHOTO) a speech given by the of the Church of The An-

Frank Hoc. 227-599; Andy Rasmus-. LoCicero 417 lion. Harlan Cleveland, nunciation will be held at
P. Chapman 414
sen. 190-535)
Rod k Reel Pier 3. B k K Hardware M. King 410 Gloria Dei Church Roser MemorialGuest U. S. Representative at the church at 9 a.m. on
1. (George fries 220-562;Dot Bower. NATO, In March, entitled Thursday, Oct. 7. It will
198. Pat Flanagan. 503). HIGH GAMES(MEN) Beginning Sunday morn- minister at Roser
"Peace with Commu-
Dick Wagner Realty 3. Anna Maria P. Davidson 230 Comes In Par- start Holy
City Pier 1. (Bud Hottman. 177-510; F. Moc 227 ing at the 10:30 Worship Memorial Community cels." nion. Hostesses for the
Wanda Miller 204-476) F. Moc 224 Service the Rev. LesterM. Church on Sunday Oct.
Schuchard Plumbing 3. Sand Bar 1. C. Dries 220 Before he retired, Dr. meeting will be Mrs.Herbert -
(Ray Schuchard.201-572;Byron Arte- R. Haynes 202 Utz, pastor of Gloria 10, will be the Rev.James James taught economic Babcock and Mrs. Ed

bauer. 1SI-517)). C.R. Chapman Schuchard 201 199 Dei Lutheran Church, will Swafford of Longboat Key, geography at the Wharton Lee. All members are

LEAGUE STANDINGS R. Schuchard 195 present the first in a pastor of the Elwood Park School of Commerce and urged to attend.

Island Marine Supply 12 A. King J93Connick' series of eight sermons Baptist Church, Samoset. Industry at the Universityof

Rod k Reel. TV Pier 12 10 R. Haynes 193 based on the Beatitudesas The morning worship Pennsylvania. He{ is Roser GuildThe

Dick Wagner Realty 9 HIGH SERIES(MEN) recorded in the Sermonon service is at 9, followedby president of the Manatee executive board of
B k K Hardware 9 P. Moc 599
Anna Maria Electric I R. Schuchard 572 the Mount. The themeof Sunday School classes Chapter of the United the Women's Guild of the

Webb's Island Pharmacy 7 R. Haynes U4 the sermon on the first at 10.Ruth Nations Association. Roser Memorial Community -
Schuchard 7 C. Dries 562
Sand Bar Plumbing 7 C. Chapman 541 Beatitude "Blessed arc Adult services and the Church will hold Its

Island Bus 6 F. Davidson 537 the Poor in Spirit for and Esther Circlesof church school arc held at first meeting of the fall
Mira Mar Drive-In 6 A. Rasmuasen 535 theirs is the Kingdom of the Lutheran Church
10a.m. Thurs-
the
Anna Maria City Pier 3 A. King 520 Palma Sola Commu- season at ,
B. Arkebauer 517 Heaven" is entitled, "Too Women will be held at nity Club, 71st St. N.W., day, Oct. 7, In the Youth

Miller HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) 204.B. Harman 510W. Proud to Receive." 10 a.m., Thursday, Oct. at 10:30 a.m. Room of the church.
.
14 with a Joint scsslonon
D. Bower 198 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULEJ. -
Dries 194 Island Bus A. M.City PierP. The monthly meetings of the Book of Psalms. Walls EUctrk
Hortman 171 Connlck's TV Rod k Reel PierJ.
LoCicero 160 Sand Bar Dick Wagner Really
G. Alderton 156 Island Marine Schuchard PlumbingJ. 201 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH
Dries 156 Mlra Mar Drlvt-tn B.1t Hardwire driftwood Bill Stewart ,
G. Aldertcin 154 Island Pharmacy Anna Maria Elec. PHONE 746.5071
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ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE The ISLANDER 5.5 galleries PHOTOGRAPHERSTUDIOi Commercial Residential
or Repair
Schuchard Plumbing won three points Pete R.,nard's Restaurant 5
from Bayou Marina in Island Bowling Webb's Island Pharmacy :3 Invittt You To
League action Monday evening, and
Climbed Into first pUce In the league TOP TEN GAMES PREVIEW OUITDISPLAY
standing High scores in the match A. RasmueMn 215
were: B<*> Adair. 203-530. and Ernie E. Braduw 212 cl
Bradow. 212-506. A. Rasmusitn 211 FOR THE SEASON

Other scores Bay Area Insurance 4, E. Dr.w 211 Iwp .. h.w n ssf ......... ales Hungry?
Tropical Vials 0. (Earl Drew 211- K. Kedlng 210 u,.. Mews fro .., ......... w.rt
548. Roger Haynes I90-S24k B. Green 205 ...... !H.. .torUI. ..4.r.f. |.....
VanOsienbrldfe Builders 4. Island J. Holmes 203 ..4 eMf( -.f .*....... Mews
Bank 0. John VanOsienbrldge. 198. B. Adair 203 Crtei *4. 4 OHi St.. W. 3308.3r Avenue West
Chick Chapman 524. Jim Ayers L. Beach 200 Thirsty?
165-471). J. VanOstenbrtdge 191 hi. 744-11 IS Bfad.....", Florida.
Cray's ivconovash: 3. Island Marine Tel.DEEP 74.731
Supply I. (Willy Gray 197-555; Andy TOP TEN SERIES
Riimussen. 2IS-606). A. Raamussen 6O6Roeer ?
Men's Club 2.5.The ISLAND-. Kedlng 5M Lonely
ER 1.5.Bud Green.20.\.Bob DeVane. W. Gray 555 SEA FISHING
546. Kayo Kedlng. 2IO-5Mk E. Drew 548
Webb's bland Pharmacy 2. Pet B. DeVane 546
Reynard's Restaurant 2.(Jim White. L. Beach 536 TRY
177-485. Larry Beach :200-536). B. Adair 530 ABOARD THE ADMIRALS
R. Haynes 524
LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Arkebauer 520

Schuchard Plumbing 11.5 L. Hanson 511
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Bay Area Insurance 10 Island Pharmacy Cray's Econowtsh PckARe4KMdIYACHT
Island Bank 9 Bayou Marina VanOstenbrldg LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
Rosen Men's Club 8.5 Tropical Vista bUnd Marine
Island Marine Supply 8 Pete Reynarda Bay Area Ins.
Gray's Econowiih 7.5 Roger Men's Club Island Bans ptat 778-2726
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6 THE ISLANDER


CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE NEW ISLAND SEWING CENTER OPENS

OP INTENTION TO Another enterprise, qualified to do so, will be
BERNARD MISSION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the Island Sewing Center, ready to give instructionsin

(CATHOLIC) chit The they undersigned Intend to do conduct herebyn certify automotive opened this week in the sewing and clothes de- EIPiiiir

R.v. Francis F. W.UmilUr business under the fictitious Island Shopping Center in sign.
of 26th STREET MOTORS It
name
MASS-SUNDAYS 8 & 10 am
Holmes Beach.
4390-26th Street West, Bradenton
HOLY WEEKDAYSa8am DAYS am & 6 pm Florida, and that said firm U composed The Sewing Center,own-
ROSARY & BENEDICTION of the following persons whose Beulah
ed and
operated by
7130 names and places of residence areas A
WEDNESDAYS pm follows Henry Cummings Jr., 10016 Conlon, who was associated -
Harvey Memorial Church Sandpiper Road Bradenton, Florida for ;
with her husband
(Non-Denominational) Richard Zeeff, 2715 Lake Drive Bra -
Bretfenten Beech denton Florida, and John Ellens, several years in the man- w >ABEULAH s
1706 Gulf Drive Bradenton Belch
Rev. A. W. Siwm. Florida. agement of the Handy

SUNDAY Ownership of 26th STREET MOTORS Dandy store in the shop- I
World Wid. Community Sunday Is a* follows Henry Cummings Jr., a ,.;:
9ll5 am Sunday School Richard Zeeff and John Ellens. ping center. ,
10(30 am Worship S.rvic* It Is our intention to apply to the Among the items to be \. \ .
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for .
Chfictlan Science Service Manatee County, Florida, to register carried in stock at the '
A. M. Community Heve the said name of 26th STREET MOTORS Sewing Center will be imported J
under the provisions of Chapter and other fabrics ..
SUNDAY 86 .09, Laws of Florida.Acts of 1959. ; .
9iOO am Sunday School Witness our hands this 29th day of sewing kits for embroi-
10I4S am Service September, 1965. and H\ "
needlepoint
dery
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH HENRYCUMMINCSJR. ,
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R... L.. H.llill. P.tl.r RICHARD ZEEFF similar work; thread, CONLON
SUNDAY! JOHN Owners ELLENS needles, pins and all the New owners of Holmes Beach Supplies, Inc.--Ed

8l4S am Sunday School 9-30; 10-7 14 k 21, '65 other sewing necessities; Mrs. Conlon, a native of Wilkinson and Arthur Zeits, who can now supply the

9iSO 5(30 pm am Concord Worship Service Choir NOTICE OP INTENTION TO percale sheets and pillow Bath, Maine, has lived in entire list of materials that go into building a home.

6130 pm Worship S.rvic. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME cases, and towels. this area for a number of (ISLANDER PHOTO)
7i30 pm Youth ProQramTUESD.'YI The undersigned do hereby certify The Sewing Center also years. In addition to her
that they intend to conduct a touristcourt
7lOO pm Church Choir business under the fictitious will be an agencyfor Singer work, she is very much a

WEDNESDAY 4:00 pm Intermediate GA name Drive,of Holmes TARt-O Beach COURT Florida at 3605,Gulf and sewing machines, and homemaker, and motherof TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO

7100 7lOO pm Church RA,Business GA, Sunbeams Meeting that said firm Is composed of the Mrs. Conlon, who is well three sons. THE ISLANDER: U your ZIP CODE does NOT
and
7lOO pm pray.r Service following persons whose names on address on the please
places of residence are as follows appear your paper,
Ro.., Memorial Church Ezra Ames and Evva Ames, both of BEACH APARTMENTS send it to us. It's use will be required by

(N.n-D.n.w in.ti.n.l) 3605 Ownership Gulf Drive of ,TARI-O Holmes COURT Beach Is Fla.a* 6802 GULF DRIVE (at 68th Street), HOLMES BEACH July 1-, and it is expected the Zip Codes will

THURSDAY! follows Ezra Ames and Enl Ames, Efficiencies 2-Bedroom Apartment expedite delivery of the paper.
lOlOO am Guild Executive Board each 50 percent.It .
7130 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal Is our Intention to apply to the Deluxe Penrhouo Suite 60-Foot Pool
SUNDAY Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for OVER-NIGHT & WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME
9iOO am Worship ServicelOlOO Manatee County, Florida, to register
am Sunday School the said name of TARI-O COURT PHONE 778-1977
7iOO pm Youth Program under the provisions of Chapter FINEST REACH ON THE WEST COAST
MONDAY 865.09 Law of Florida,Acts of 1959.
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Witness our hands this 29th day of
TUESDAY September, 1965.
COLORING AND
12 Noon Guild Luncheon
AMES
WEDNESDAY EZRA EVVA AMES PERMANENT WAVE.
10 am-2 pm Mission Workshop Owners @o : SPECIALISTS!
Church of Th. Annunciation 9-30: 10-7. Hi 21. '65 I/u
(Episcopal) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1 res
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe .Rector REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned doe herebycertify RectangularBIG
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THURSDAY! that she I*conducting a retail business
9i00 am Holy Eucharist under the fictitious name of ISLAND
17th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY! SEWING CENTER at 5314 Gulf Drive,
8(00 am Holy Eucharist Holmes Beach Florida, and that said
10130 am Family Eucharist & firm 1* composed of the following
Sermon; Church School person, whose name andpllce 'residence
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church are a* follow: Beulah M. aiJ
Conlon, 409-17th Avenue, Palmetto, S&S PLAZA
Ro.". Letter M. Uti. Pastor Florida. HOLMES BEACH

SUNDAY! Ownership oMSLANDSEWING PH 778-2586
9ili am Sunday School TER 1* a* follows: Beulah M.Conlon. /
10t30 em Worship Service It 1* my intention to apply to the FOR APPOINTMENT
11130 am Choir Rehearsal Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Manatee County, Florid., to register
the said name of ISLAND SEWING
CENTER under the provisions of SPECIALS .
Chapter 865.09, Law at Florida,
GET ON THE Act of 1959.Witness COLOR : FITS CLOSE
my hand thin 5th day of THUISDA RIDAYSATURDAYLamp
THRIFT-GO-ROUHD October, 1965. J
PICTURE TO WALLTHIS
BEULAH M.CONLON :
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MOWING EDGING ETC. round tub.

KEN FELLOWS Good Heavy Blankets Mens Short Sleevefor :

Twin Double Bid
Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. or MED. LARGE j
72 .90MS All 82 STAMPS SUPPLIES FOR COL- (Irregular)
LECTORS. Come In and let u* fill .lis REG REG Push-button demagnetizer rUSHJUTTONUHFTUNMG.

those We carry empty a supply space for everycollector.in your album. SlrlMs $3.98 $288 $3.9. St ..BBISLANDYARIETVSTORE Color indicator light I

You're welcome to come In t browse Tint control
*T*.*U.f to 1 CftOMMltFor
M. L. O'Connor Stamp k Supplies. I
:
2.403-4th St.W.Bradenton.7/7-Pl6. INC.
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK Clean
and active. Panttme work, 4.6 day 778.1021

MARIA ELECTRIC a week. Daytimes call at Driftwood 5604 Miriie Drlft-IUit T. h .I Firillirt
Galleries; Evening at 606 Bay Blvd. .
Licenced Electrical South.. MarU City.
c-tt.ctou FOR SALE: 2f-Fl.CruUalong Cabin
Gulf Drive at Pine Avenue BOil Sleep 2; with 25Ft. Boat Slip
L.ROYFERGUSONPHONES (with Seawall on Oak Ave., Anna Ma-
Do 77S-2U3 rla. Price 1000. Phone 7783419.iiuMtiCUMMbRCIALSCLEANED..
*

Night 771-2039 : F1O.I !
We will clean floor,windows or wash
walls. Terrazzo Fxperts. Free Estl- IkTL1
DAIRY LOAM "1.a **f C.M 1 746W9.WANItU .
FILL TO BUY: All U. S. Coin,
Cold Currency, or Foreign Coins of
Let George Do It any Country or old Tokens,
etc. Byron : Bizarre Bazaar, 240.1
GEO. WILEY Hth St. w' nrsdf mon. Ph.747-2114.
ALT t RATIONS aU kinds of och.
on
491> 31st Sir.., West .
Also Mr
Ing. Dressmaking Drapes." *
PHONE 755-4440 Frank Beard. Phone 77I-I4JI.
SKILL TOPSOIL Iii'1ii

WsInW ftn.1 Oft a..win. Walnut,
SINGER Electric Sewing mores and .... N, wood MIl4&
Machine In console cabinet

Ftauoner & AnsonTelephone Ilk* new. Sew forward

and reverie. All
G tat attachment for making I __

buttonhole, ilg-iogging 1
and fancy stitch design I t 1 t
744-0651 or'746-9lloTfter 5 Fully Guaranteed. Can bo t Service on ALL Makes

PIXIECRANDE HOTEL BL DC, eon In your area. Moke 8
monthly payment of $4.91 (color or black & white)
or will discount for cosh.

JACK ZICKAFOOSE Write! Credit Manager. 122
IMWJMAMC AGENCY South Cleorwoter Road, Call Ken Coles

Largo Florida.

Phone 755-5349 TRANSFER OF SAVINGS FROM ANY ATFURNITURE

ReM&mc 75S-S5J3 FINANCIAL INSTITUTION TO PALMETTO

AUTO OWNERS FEDERAL MAY RE ACCOMPLISHED NOW 5scd
America* .......c. Co.I SPORTSMAN & APPLIANCE
WITHOUT INTERRUPTION OF EARNINGS.

LOttNtt WE HANDLE All DETAILS WITHOUT CHARGE
SR22 '.,. Per ISLANDERS-Vho
yeVreIn Your Authorized

R.op.msIUllyrR.hvl..wmts,l-.c 1.1 ,.. ._.... stop .. the PALMETTO FEDERAL

S..rtsan.ns. We'll) welcome FRIGIDAIRE Sales S Service Dealer

Filed Somo Doy yen SAVINGS S LOAN ASSOCIATIONDowntown
1U-12THST. W. 5600 Marina Drive Holmes BeachPage
Air conditioned Open Sunday PALMETTO Wtstgott BRADENTON ,







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October 7, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7




' ISLAND REAL ESTATE I



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UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
George WognrMAITY l' INSURANCE COMPANY

Island Shopping Center f SI"n 1197S24
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA ",.'H' Y.., 'H' ,,,.,. ,,,,..,"'..,

c...E.......,.Re,.8.... 121k St. Wtit IRADINTON FLA. ,.... 743.4S41
A11..n Pik. AociUFOR

I IL JUHL :

SALEThe HP CUSTOM BUILT

following items are in excellent conditionand CANAL FRONT IIOME--3 Bedrooms, den
offered at well below the price paid for 2 Baths Landscaped Lot. Many Extras.LOW
them Just a few months ago: DOWN PAYMENT.CaU778-1530or746-6119.
) ELECTRIC RANGE 45.00
DANISH MODERN DINETTE SET
(2 Leaves, 5 Chairs, Like New) $65.00
CHEST DRESSER OF DRAWERS $10.00 This Is Living !
MIRROR $15.00 Home at 209-84th Street Holmes Beach, which has
$ 7.00 been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Driscollof
FULL TWIN SIZE ROLLAWAY BED Holmes Beach from Mr. and Mrs.E.Daniel Knaufof
5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM
New in July, Hardly Used $36.00
Texas. The transaction was negotiated by John B.
Prothero of Holmes Beach registered real estate
To see CALL JACK MARSHALL broker. (ISLANDER PHOTO

Day 778.2614 Eve. 778.1841 Model Apartments

{t Open 9-5 Every. Day

y BAY FRONT VANOSTENBRIDGE & SONS mm I (npfiiorap) [[

100 Feet Sea.walled Deep Lot Builders 5400 GULF DRIVE

On Tampa Bay, Close to Pier Custom Building and RemodelingIsland HOLMES T.I.'h.BEACH.. 771-1611, FLORIDA

Ideal for Home or Duplex HuiUers Since 1919.

TERMS Holmes Beach, Florida
sees. $12,750LOW
2 BR Furnished Home on Deep, Aaron John
778-2528 778-2822 DOWN PAYMENT
Double Sea.Walled Lot.

L Gertrude Blassingame'1REGISTERED 'C 3 Bedroom.1%4 Baths-Screened Porch
Built-in Electric Surface Unit & Oven
J REAL ESTATE BROKER InspectSEE
Fran Maxon AssociateINA Carport & Utility Room

tUILDING PHONE 778-1: Central Oil Heat Boat Slip
=.... .s-"W/P'
) ANNA MARIA FLORIDA
JOHN B. PROTHERO
P
NEW LISTING R.|ist.rt4 Rtil Estitt Irtkir-SiUi t Infill

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
Just listed a fine buy on large SEA WALLED
CANAL--2 nR, 2 BATIJS.' Closed garage.
BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA ROOM. BOAT DOCK.
JACK HOLMES Realtor
Nicely furnished and the price for a LIMITED LET A PROFESSIONAL"Homefinder"
TIME IS ONLY 17500.
PHONE 771-1641

PARRISH REALTY 6101 MARINA DRIVE

IAUH H. PARISH My. PIGGY 'MAnlIWOOII.. AMMN
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Pelt Office ffai.. A... M.n. ,.....: 771-1902



New Key Royale ModelThe c4t19e 'P WftC4 FIND A HOME FOR YOU

ONAnna
Brand New, Custom Built,Canal Front Home.
Three Bedrooms, two beautiful baths,excep-
tional construction. Dream Kitchen,separate
dining room, Florida Room. One-car garage, maria Island
central heating and air conditioning,excellent
seawall and duck. Professionally landscaped.
Owner being transferred. THE GARDEN SPOT of
$30,000 UNPUKN1SIIKD. Furniture extra If
desired. Shown by appointment only. FLORIDA'S WEST COAST


........:Q- .. ..._,'_... Mahar Real Estate
"":'
-......'" RUIN MAHAt LEO MAHAK

second in a aerie of new 1966 Model ...s,.... ...1 Iitttt Irtkwi
Homes at Key Royale IH now furnished and (I.... ........, m PLENTY Of COOO MOTELS,

open it is for called Inspection., has an The"angular"Skipper II floor Model plan,an, 7702 Gtlf' Dr t., Htl..s luck 77-11Sf Ill RESTAURANTITORf S-ANO

affording a maximum view of the waterfrontarea OTNtR FACIIITHS-PLUS
around the model home site. The hipped SCVfRAL Mill OF LOVfLTVMITI
roof lines and white brick accent wall on the BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE SAND ..fACHISIThursday
bedroom wing combine with a front entrance
10 Stool Bar and Office Buildingwith
planter and louvered shutters to give the
charming style to the home. Two decorator C.O.P. Liquor License
baths are features of the home, and the large
patio-kitchen has already excited many visi Bar doing Excellent, but Owner's
tors. This two-bedroom, home with enclosed
Health forces Sale.Sacrificing .
is for sale the
garage at $19,450, including
corner lot and beautiful' landscaping that has Business and
been furnished by Phelps Nursery. All of the
models at Key Royale arc open dally from for $40.000
Building
10 to 5, and Sundays, I to 5.

Good Terms



8 DICK WRITE WAGNERTel. h



0..1.,.,., &.1Id.", R.tR..I E..t. B,. .r 778-2683 Realtor

Phone 778-1917 3317 Ouir O.'v[ ONAOCNTOM BCACH



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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 7, 1965


I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME fB?>c9J.-I New BagsStraw
im.
_.
from a BOARD to a BUNGALOW"OCTOBER rw Fabric Leather
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTEROctober
and of course

Is Island Beautification Month

Of T f..1I tU..
we CAN HELP YOU Is Island Beautification Monthon
New Fall
Jewelry
w. Will be Happy to ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Estimate Any Job for dolltv we gift and mail wrap
q, 'ItJ
you Big or Small Treat Your Lawn ,, FREE

SA II.y O/rt I0 0 DIrytKAOrNjl'rayc
we are OpenSaturday or Patioto

Afternoonwe

New 'au'a

ARE AGENTS FOR

Wieut.AUPAINT Refreshing Furnishings 4trSfi'a \


"

AN 10% Discount
ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn
ENTIRE ROOM for .Decor Pants Sets '
onein
( ANNA MARIA 4 HOLMES BEACH)
a few more Monthly Service Qarg -PER UNIT:
First Cm: -$2.2S-E.di AMIHwi C..i-S1.00
HOURS week S%DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE Amah Sets
,..,.'-.. Ticket...y b.pwch.s.d.t B&K H.dwat.
#'r' Call 778-1485--9 to 5
for less a.m. p.m.
$700 ., I IMr,L.ppIy
than r I Drill'I.sl.r' Shifts
C W"hll IIsl'',
PITTSBURGH l1,: Pf......I,"t.An BUY THE BESTBUYPHILCO
WALLHIDE 1IIScltlnup Cocktail Dresses

LATEX fLAT PAINT
STOP IN AND SELECT YOUR FAVORITE| COLOR

AlUMtOUUn .. SCiry(
free delivery / Skiffs
FAMOUS rod QUALITY THC:WORLD OVER
Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. Ef try thill !(.. .-

Ftrtibli' Ctivtilticito DON'T FORGET .
Lumber & Plywood cut to your size
Coiselt SclHHy
7781131COMPLETE Friday Night Fashion show
LINE OF LUMBER HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS at the Yacht Club
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach

rj /
Chisel 10 Is .. the ilr-
'Aluw/ & U.ca' If you are sot |ittli| I L.y.w.y ......
OUR STAFFS 771-1 MO P1..
771.161
May Hou ntt.ln Winifred Gulnncit clear picture, call is =ICs tww w,.,..,.,/sr..r..n
Linda Br..c. Marg Hall Marge Karkhoff
WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY A GIFT OR FOR YOURSELFBE
ISLAND TV 7781703Corner
A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
Announcing The Opening ofsand -- SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR INTHEU.S.
/ / SEWING Call 778-2021. or write:Box 757,Anna Maria,Fla.HUFFINE'S .

\Vr!,_ jj CENTERCome Thanks to the residents of
STANDARD SERVICE
in and get acquainted and watch Anna Maria Island for their

for our OPEN HOUSE of Phone 778-1771 Days

''ea support LST> .MM.J 778-1440 Nights
(3tJllftJII
( J / OIL HOLMES BEACH
lrea
IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER Bay R sur ace
AAA Service Mechanic

and their unprecedented sup NEW and USED CARS

MANATEE COUNTY port of


WATER COMPANY INC.Telephone. nary /te# Itavd Senvtcc BEACH LIQUOR STORE
HOLMES BEACH ONTO SHOPPING CENTER

we have now been forced to OCTOBERIs
Island Beautification Month
move to larger quarters.Eva On Tropical Anna Maria Island
So, while beautifying your yard

Peg, Lew, Eloise and Stop for A Refreshing Break

Dave invite to drop in THE FINEST RUM
778-2022 you PUERTO RICAN (ierici) Of $1.f
soon so we thank
may you
SCHENLEY Reserve FIFTH $4.23

in person. OLD THOMPSON ICE COLD

.
TEN HIGHMattingly IUSCH
; -
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1. .'. --- ....=--- FAISTAFF
--.-. (We are now located in : & Moore HACK IAIEI

-- =.:.-: the Island Shopping Center, fifths 3 for $10.00 89* 6 PK

just two doors east of our 7782023FREE

Business Office former office DELIVERY
).
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
WI COYER THE ENTIIE ISLANDPage