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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 14, 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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L/NIVCKSITY/ I OF FLORIDA I

LICRARY I CF FLORIDA I HISTORY

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The I Islander I I of PKV FLORIDA FLA.LIDR/lRy HISTORY .




THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is Good



No. 727 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 14, 1965 TEN CENTS

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Taylor Says More Groins .






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Manatee County Com- Beach City Council, said six or eight are installed.At and said he thought the lie said, "We can tax County, "only about :0-
missioner Nathan Taylor plans are to build another the beginning of his additional groins could be any amount we feel neces- 000 'benefit from the
last week said the county groin at 10th St. South as talk, Taylor said it mightbe Installed without raising sary for protection of the beaches."
will have "six to eight" soon as the one now under necessary to raise the taxes.In beaches without a refer- Members of the audience
anti-erosion groins builtin construction at Sixth St. tax millage in a special discussing the erosion endum, but we must havea pointed out to Taylor thatif
Bradenton Beach before South is completed. district. After residents problem, Taylor said he hearing." He added that the beaches were not
the storm season next Additional groins will be reminded him that such a believed It would take a he felt countywide taxation available as recreationalareas
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summer. started as soon as othersare special tax district had million dollars to do what would raise too many objections the county would
Taylor, speaking at the completed, accordingto recently been dissolved, needs to be done for pro- and that of the not have been able to
meeting of the Bradenton Taylor, until a total of Taylor reversed his field tection of the beach. 75,000 persons In Manatee attract a firm such as the
Borden Chemical Co. to

Jack Marshall To locate a plant at Port
Appointed, Manatee.

I Robert Moon, county

MaMttt CoiHty School loard attended right-of-way the meeting agent with who

Jack Marshall of Holmes the Island Chamber of Taylor, discussed the
Beach a Realtor on the Commerce, and the Island seawall along the Gulf

Island for many years, Players, and has been proposed by the State Road
last week was appointed to active In other community Department.
fill a vacancy on the Mana- organizations.JACK lie said that although the
tee County Board of Public SRD had surveyed the area
y
Instruction. IT from 3rd to 12th Streets

Marshall was appointedto ... South plans for the sea-
the board by Governor wall arc only for a four-
Haydon Burns to fill the block stretch from 4th to
vacancy created by the 8th Streets, and that the
recent resignation of Wil- SRD asked the county to
liam P. Henson. acquire the right-of-way
Henson was elected in for that area only.

November, 196-4, toa four Moon said that becausethe
year term.Marshall. county at that time
has lived in had no secondary road
Manatee County since the funds available with whichto
MARSHALL
1930s. He in a native of purchase the rightofway -

Chattanooga, Tenn., and Ills appointment to the It had purchased it
graduated from McCallle board is Marshall's first (from 4th to 13th Streets
Preparatory School, and public office lie was one .. : between Gulf Drive and
attended Washington and of the Island's strongest // the Gulf)with other county
Lee University. supporters of Burns during t fund .
He is a past presidentof last year's primaryand According to Moon, the
the Island Lions Club; election. extra right-of-way had

Bradenton leach Will Ask been liminary purchased to Installation as a pre-of

I anti-erosion groins, and

Slower Gilt Drive Speed LimitA four-lanlng with the idea that In mind sectionof of


letter to the City of held after the November SR 789.
Bradenton Beach from the meeting of the council, at lie said that the county
Frank and Thomas McKennof Orlando, nearly tore off the landing gear ins
district engineer of the which arguments for and posing with their single engine plane, ditch at the south end of the field. had notified the SitU In
State Road Department, against repairing part of mid-July, 1964, that the
which was badly damaged Sunday Neither of the men was Injured In the
indicated that some sections 20th Street will be heard. morning when It overshot the runwayat mishap, which they Raid was caused requested right-of-way
of Gulf Drive do not The council discussed the the Holmes Beach airstrip and by brake faUull' (ISLANDER PHOTO) WJH available building
qualify as a no-passing proposed repairs to 20th the proposed seawall.
zone. At the request of Street,between Gulf Drive Rose Appears Moon said his reason
some residents, the city and the Gulf, but came to ---. for explaining the steps
had asked that part of no decision.A Before CommissionRichard which had been taken was
Gulf Drive be made a no- second public hearingwill to show that the commissioners -
Rose chairman
passing zone, and that the be held at the same hadnotbl'cn"slttlng -
of the Bradenton Beach "
speed limit be lowered to time to hear argumentsfor down.
Erosion Control l Committee
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30 miles per hour. and against closing Monday asked the Bradenton Beach
At Its meeting Thursday, two sections of alley near
council voted a resolu- 22ndStreet and Gulf Drive. county commission to Election Dec. 7
the county'Herosion
tion asking that the speedbe Council voted to lower expedite control The annual city electionIn

lowered. In its letter, the grade on the western the Island.A programfor Bradenton Beach will
the SRD said it would starta end of Bridge Street by few months ago, the take place this year on
survey on the Gulf [)rivespeed pushing sand from the county commission art Tuesday, .>t.c. 7.
limits if the city street into the Gulf. The Candld..rt'II''letUton" to
sumed responsibility for '
asked for It.Lowering sand built up during the erosion prevention work have their names placedon
of the speed storm of Sept. 9. for theentlrecounty. Previously the ballot must be filed
limit recommendedby Council voted a motion
was
the bland came on or before Tuesday.Nov. ,
Chief of Police James that it agreed principal under the jurisdiction of 16.
Lindsay.A with the aspirations the a special croslonpreven- To be elected are .a
letter from the Anchor Bradenton Beach BUMIneaRmen' -
.and a councilman.
tlon district, which wan mayor
Boat Basin asked city Association in
permission supported by a special I lax from Ward I and another
to erect a trying to get more erosion
levied on Island property from Ward 3. Incumbentsarc
temporary building to use protection Installed by the only. Mayor Henry Meunier
for two with nine
years county.
i Rose who told the and Councilmen Arthur
feet of the be and of com-
building to Repairs filling
Pupil at Anna Maria Elementary School made mission he representednot Ella and Albert Cook.
on a city right-of-way. sections of certain streets record time evacuating school building Friday morn only the erosion control Qualified residents may
The will be voted the council.
matter referred were by
ing. as a surprise fire drill wa called by Principal committee, but alsoa register at the city office
the The of salariesfor
to city zoning matter Sam Schick. Drill was part of the observance of group of Dradenton from V a.m to noon,Monday .
board for a decision. the and council
mayor National Fire Prevention Week, and wan. witnessed Beach businessmen, ....Id. through Friday, until
A will be not discussed.
hearing was
public
by Fire Marshal Leon Stafford. ((ISLANDF.KPHOTO) (Continued on Pane 2) Monday, Nov. 29.
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October Is The Month 'H:; ':i gilc1e't SellsCockle ,

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October is THE MONTH, according to the Island Shells 1
Division of the County Chamber of Commerce. What
month? The month to take forward step in cleaningup And HOW does your garden grow

repairing, remodeling, repainting, replanting, or It's spring In Florida! Gardening is unlimited!
whatever will improve the looks of business and There's a hint of coolness in the air--just enough to
residential property all over the Island.An let us know that it's time to get out of the summer
Islandwide committee of community leaders and (/ 4w doldrums. To the Florida gardener, October is
prominent residents heads the movement, under the spring, and spring means seeds,bulbs,soil prepara-
sponsorship of the chamber of commerce division, tion and planting. This is the month in which a
and will coordinate the beautification efforts of all newcomer (yes, and an old gardener) can go
.. Island organizations.In completely berserk. Everyone has the urge to plant
addition, the committee will provide information and to plant right now. Why not take it easy, get
on all phases of the movement,promote the operation acquainted with the plants, and formulate some sort
through the use of posters and other publicity, and of a planting plan before you attack.Have you made a
when requested,make suggestions for improvements. recent visit to a nursery and observed some of the
Division President Bill Genung points out that many newer plant species? Have you decided what height
minor improvements, such as those suggested, not plants you want, and what color and shape? A little
only enhance the appearance of individual properties, thoughtful planning now will save many hours of
but also the overall appearance of the entire Island. frustration later.
Another result is the raising of the value of the I
homes and other properties thus improved. An articlein A
House and Home, a trade magazine for Realtors,
Effective of travertine wall front
treatment adjoining
building contractors and mortgage companies,showsan
of home of and Mrs. Kermode of
of entrance Mr. W.R.
example a property repossessed by FHA. Afterit
Anna Maria. Espaliered pyracantha partially covers
was on the market at a reasonable price for some
the stone on each side of the doorway. (ISLANDER
time with modest done
no buyer, some planting was ,
and decorative shutters added. The house was ther PHOTO)
It' sold quickly--for $1,300 more than the previous
price! 'Eveit Of The Year' To Benefit

Another area of suggested improvement is the
planting of trees--especially in areas where pines Sovth Florida Museum
have been removed as the result of the December, Among the seeds to plant this month are alyssum,
1962 cold weather. The committee will have infor- Manatee Chapter #1 of of the arrangements com- calendula, snapdragon, carnation, larkspur, African
mation available about the best species of trees for the Florida Restaurant mittee, promises a gala daisy, lupine, petunia, phlox, pinks, Chinese forget-
the area, sources of supply, and methods of planting.And Association has planneda evening, with an outstanding me-not, and nasturtium. In other words, plant seeds
October is already half over! banquet at the Bradenton food exhibition, music for almost any flower you want. Nasturtium seeds
Auditorium for the benefitof and entertainment. Dress will sprout faster if they are soaked in water over-
Preaching And Practice the South Florida Mu- will be semi-formal. night''before planting. They will do best in an ordinary
seum. Tickets for the eve'nt, at soil. U in too rich soil, you'll have an abundance of
The banquet, called the $7.50 each, can be pur- foliage and few flowers. And don't over fertilize
As the Island population grows, a greater variety of "Event of the Year" will chased at the office of the them. Bells of Ireland planted now should be ready
goods and services become available right here at be served Thursday even South Florida Museum,or for the spring flower shows.
home. And there is much to be said in favor of patron- ing, Nov. 18. at any of the participating All of these flowers usually do well on Anna Maria's
izing the local firms offering those goods or services. Pete Reynard,chairman restaurants. sandy soil if the planting area is properly treated
When a crisis is here, and a prescription must be against our bug-a-boo the root-knot nematode. You
filled at midnight or the plumbing starts leaking might want to sprinkle the seeds with 5 percent
or the car won't start or the master of the ROSE APPEARS chlordane to kill the ants which carry them off for
house is out of clean linen or the cupboard is their winter food supply. To help prevent dampingoff -
bare, and unexpected guests are arriving Is that (Continued from Page 1) pears to be successful, the seeds can be dusted with one of the hormone
the time to rush off the Island and solve the problem "I hope there is some way and the one at Sixth Street powders. A garden expert told me he drenches the
elsewhere? Of course notl! It is the time to patronizean of speeding the programas South as well, the county soil with captan, my favorite fungicide, when the
Island business that can solve the problem.But quickly and as econo- should still allocate funds
snapdragons begin to sprout. They are most suscep-
"
those firms offering the goods and services in mically as possible. for one installation at a tible to damp-off. I've noticed this year that the
the occasional emergency are available only because He said he had been told time. seeds
petunia are specially coated"foreasierplanting -
they are supported and patronized--not only by that the necessary erosion Commission ChairmanDan less thinning, and greater aucceaa." j
emergency customers--but by regular customers who prevention work for the McClure told Rose
.. realize the economic importance--not to mentionthe Island might run as highas that the board would pro-
convenience--of shopping at home. Most of the $1 million. Rose said vide the necessary groinsas
comforts and conveniences enjoyed here today are that if that amount is quickly as it Is legallyand
available more or less in proportion to the numberof necessary, it might be financially possible to
people, or rather customers, who live here. wise to levy a onemilltax do so.
Schools, churches, doctors, electric power, stocksof over the next four The county commissionhas
food, medicine and clothing, trained people to years to obtain the money. scheduled a public
service the needs of the community all of the tc County Commissioner hearing the commission
are here to enjoy as long as there are enough peoplein Ralph Clark told Rose the office at l0a.m., Monday,
the community to support them. county was not In any pos- Oct. 25, to discuss what
NOW THEN, is it not a short-sighted business policy ition to start a program should be done with the
for some of those same business people to spend muchof that costly until engineerscan funds turned over to the For bright color in the garden with a minimum of
their income shopping In other places?Some Island assure the commis- commission following the effort, don't forget our old friend, geranium.
business people are active members of the local sion of the results. dissolution of the Island Geraniums like cool nights and warm days to make
Chamber of Commerce organization, and pay lip Clark said that althoughthe Erosion Prevention Dis- their best growth and bloom. If your plants are over j
service to the theory and importance of spending permeable groin at the trict. The funds amount a year old and perhaps leggy and shaggy, you'll]
money here and supporting local businesses--but at Manatee County Beach ap- approximately $30,000. probably have more color by starting new plants.
the same time, persist in going less than the whole Take six-Inch tip cuttings and root them. 'Tis sale
way--and refuse to help support the merchant or Unitarian ServiceDr. that the hormone rooting powders usually are tc
professional man across the street or in the next Albert M.Gessman, strong for geraniums so this should be diluted wit
block. an associate professor of equal parts d talcum powder. Insert the cutting!
The Island also has a fair number of practitionersof classics and antiquities at about one Inch deep into moist builders sand. If tt
one sort or another, who not only don't play the the University of South sand is kept moist, plants should be rooted and ready!
game--but don't even live on the Island. They merely Florida, will be the speaker for beds or pots in about three weeks. The stems of I
drive out here from the mainland--ply their trade-- at the meeting of the geraniums store water. They rot If watered so often}
and drive home again when the day's work is done. Unitarian Universalist they do not have an opportunity to use this reserve.: .
But they would be out of business If THEY were not I Fellowship, Sunday Oct. Solution--don't ovcrwater and feed only monthly :
patronized by residents of the Island. 17. Dr. Gessman stalk a complete organic base fertilizer.
The shop at home theory Is, of course, a twosidedcoin. will be entitled "Dawn of Wbbi
Island businesses should realize they are Ethical Monotheism." Remember when sclectingornamentals that
competing, not only with similar businesses on the Adult services and the wise, plants can be compared to people. Both
Island, but also with those establishments in the same church school meet at slender when young, but arc apt to change shape
line of business on the mainland. The answer then is 10:30 a.m., Sundays, at they grow older.
reasonably obyious--to make their sunshine brighterthan the Palma Sola Commu- Hcrvey Sharpe
that of their competition, and not forget prices! : nity Club, 71st Street NW, .
Hradon ton. Everyone is See you next week.
"A cordially invited toattcnd --GINNIE
\ free press stands as one of the great interpreters the services.jfBttftt .
HE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
between the government and the people.To allow it TilE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE

to be fettered is to fetter ourselves." SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
Sfrmt Court o/the United State 19* Call 778-2021. or write: Box 757. Anna Marta Fla.


ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER NOTICE The Islander

. ..Iet R..II' The ISLANDER may now be purchased at the An Independent Weekly published
T.... following stores--Anna Maria: Anna Maria IGA every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
T.... Pine/
.twe. and Key Sundries. PUBLISHING COMPANY 314
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High Bradenton Beach: Bradenton Beach Hardware, Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida
Oct. 5--71 79 77 84 78 None Larry's Market, Island Market, Undsey's EDITOR: STEVE KlMBALLv r?
Oct. 6--73 80 79 85 77 1.2 Sundries, Connick's Grocery and Marchand's ADVERTISING MANAGER
Oct. 7--72 80 78 82 76 .1 Market. MARGE KIMBALL 'I,
Oct. 8--72 81 78 86 78 None Cortez: Cortez Fishing Center. Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna .. f
Oct. 9--74 80 78 85 79 None Holmes Beach: Manatee County Beach, Island Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021 oN
Oct. 10--73 80 78 84 79 None Foodway. Sand Dollar Gift Shop Rich's Beach 3350f
Oct. 11--72 81 79 85 79 None Drugs Three Suns and Webb's Island Pharmacy. Entered as Second Class matter
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Island Woman's Club High 12 Benefit Island Garden Club Island Players'The

Plans for a benefit card Card PartyA first fall meeting of Productions
party for the Island Youth the Island Garden Club
Center were made last card party at Pete will be held at the Island AnnouncedThe
week at the meeting of the Reynard's Yacht Club at School cafeteria, startingat
Island Woman's Club. 8 p.m.,Thursday,Nov. 18, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. first meeting of the
Mrs. Edgar Dupont, ways will be sponsored by the 15.After season of the board of
and means chairman, announced Island High Twelve Club. a covered dish directors of the Island
that the dessert Proceeds from the party supper is served, Arthur Players was held Monday
card party will be held at will be used to provide the Jones of Garden World evening at the home of thePlayers'
the Anna Maria Commu- club's fourth Christmas will discuss planting pro- president, Mrs.
nity House at 7 p.m., party luncheon for the cedures, fertilizing and Wallace Gray of Key Roy-
Wednesday, Oct. 27. children of the special cultivation of annuals ale.Plays
Refreshments will be classes of the Manatee suitable for planting on for the Players'season
served and table prizes County Schools. the Island. were chosen by" A R
awarded. Donation will be This Christmas celebra- "It's easy to create 'A the board: "Monique, T
of Color' for the a French mystery;"Girlsin
$1 per person. tion will be held at the Riot i
The arrangements committee Yacht Club at noon Dec. winter months," accord- 509" and "A" Visit to .t.
includes: Mrs. 16. Ticket reservationscan ing to the speaker. Jones a Small Planet.
Frank Schroeder, tickets; be made with Robert is one of the regulars as "Monique" will be pre- .
:
Mrs.Ira Mishler and Mrs. D. Collins, Raymond an Island Garden Club sented Jan. 11-15, under :
Harry McCallum, tallies Rhude,Richard Holt,Harvey speaker, and membersand the direction of Helen .
and favors; Mrs. Wallace G. Meyer, Fred E. their guests always Peters; "Girls in 509"will
Gray and Mrs. A. R. Mc- Waugh. have found his talks and be played March 1
Fad den, decorations; Club' advice very rewarding. A through 5,again with Mrs.
Mrs. F. Lee Thomas,refreshments High Twelve question and answer per- Peters directing and "A A BEACH SCENE IN OILS--Mrs. Helen Dent of
and Mrs. Lloyd L.Howardauthor iod will follow his talk: Visit to a Small Planet"will Dradenton captures a striking view of sand and sea
George Ingersoll, tele- of many adventure tales, and a suitable selection of open April 12 and as she enjoys a Sunday painting at the Gulf end of
phone chairman. war stories and westerns, annuals will be availablefor run through April 16,with Pine Avenue Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Highlight of the meetingwas will tell of his latest ven- sale to those attending. James Zerby directing.
a pageant under the ture in writing, a book for Emmett Smalley,president Zerby is expected to give ALSAC DanceA A. M. Garden Club
direction of Mrs. Lester small children, at the of the club, urges the play his usual "out- group of Island young To Hear Mrs. TuckerMrs.
Utz. Mrs. Utz and Mrs. meeting of the Island High members to see that new of-this world" touch. people are sponsoring a
Gray were the narrators. Twelve Club at Pete Rey- residents of the Island Players' season mem- teen age dance at the W. H. Tucker of
Others who took part in nard's Yacht Club Res- receive Invitations to the berships will go on sale Island Youth Center, to Dradenton, a member of
the candle lighting cere- taurant, Thursday, Oct. meeting. early in December.were begin at 7:30p.m., Friday, the Dradenton Garden
mony were Mrs. Chester 14, at 12 noon. St. Bernard Guild Installs OfficersSt. Oct. 15.Proceeds. Club, will speak at the
Crawford, Mrs. Ralph Dr. Edgar W. Huth of from the dance meeting of the Anna Maria
Kendall, Mrs. R. B. Ral- Holmes Beach will tell Bernard Guild held shown by Father will be turned over to Garden Club, to be heldat
ston, Mrs. V. N. Long, the club members about its monthly meeting last Welsmiller. ALSAC (Aiding Leukemia the Anna Maria Community -
Mrs. Kenneth Tout, Mrs. his recent trip to Alaska, week at the Anna Maria Games were played,and Stricken American Chil- House at 2 p.m.,
Edward Swartz and Mrs. Illustrated with slides, at Community House. prizes won by Mrs. Arthur dren), with the theme of Wednesday, Oct. 20.
Paul Leonard. Mrs. Rus- the meeting of the club on Officers installed were: Cole, Mrs. Edgar Dupont, the dance to"Help ALSACTo Mrs. Tucker is an authority -
sell Guild then sang, accompanied Thursday, Oct. 21. Mrs. John E. Ladd,pres- Mrs. Cornio, Mrs.James Help Others.' A local on roses and the
on the pianoby All Master Masons and ident;Mrs.Joseph Rotolo, Sipolski, Mrs. Richard band will furnish music. subject of her talk will be
Miss Marian Colman. their wives are invited to vice president; Mrs. Connick, Mrs.James McDonald Admission will be 33 "Fascination of Growing
New club members wel- attend this meeting. Philip Hauenstein,secre- and Mrs. Rotolo. cents stag, 50 cents drag. Roses."
comed were Mrs. F. E. tary, and Mrs. Louis Lunch was served by the
Major and Mrs. Ned Mrs. Adam McGibbon, Comb, treasurer. members of Stella Marls
Leigh. Mrs. James Ward. Mrs. Colored slides of Bryce Circle as hostesses.
Guests at the meetingwere Arthur Johnson and Mrs. and Red Rock Canyons in Mrs. Nicholas Steinback exalt .....
Mrs. Henry Clay, Leon Swope. Utah, and of local gardens was a guest at the meeting. M.
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MERRIMAC ON THE CULPi Mr. and Mr. J.M.BrubtMw ", MRS. MAUDE F. KNOWLTON, 82, of 6506 Gulf
and children. Mr. and Mr. J. W. VerrmUllon of ." a Drive, Holmes Beach, died at her home Thursday
Lewis H. Hill CI of Tampa and children. ,
Mr. and Mr* 1
B. J. lacona of Allen Part Mich. Mr. and Mr. R. P. Oct. 7. Born in London, England, she moved to the
Clinton Ohio. Island from Rochester, N. Y., six months ago. She
EAST Of THE SUNs Mr. and Mr.James Eady of Plant City.
was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Irvin Hanant of Cincinnati and family.
ROD REEL MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. Harale Boetick,Mr. She is survived by a brother, Albert Stevens of
Saner and Mr. and Mr*. Holll Coker of Wauchula. .
Orvllle Sillier of Kalamazoo. Mich. Mr. and Mr*. Rochester.
Warren Ohio.NOMAD Services and interment were to take place in
MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Stanley Stead of Royal Oak.
and Mr*. T. L. ArUon of Toronto Ont. Mr. and Mr*. V. Rochester.
PleaaanrrUle. N. Y. Mr. and Mr.. Frank J. Leary of Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local
and Mr*. Joe Canon of Jacksonville. P. E. Purdy of
Mr*. Loutee Salem and children and Mra. J. Uranlk of arrangements.
Mr. and Mr*. E. Vernon Huston of Toronto Ont. Mr. / / /
family.Plemmoni of Perndale, Mich. Mr. and Mr*. F.McIntosh HERNDON W. BRISTOW, 84, of 1215 Chevy Chase,

BAY VIEW COTTAGES Mr. and Mr*. Pat Paterson of Sun City Center, died Wednesday, Oct. 6. Born in
BAYY1EW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr.and Mn.Steve Jurl of he had lived in Sun
Covington, Ky., City Center two
CHARLIN VILLAS Mr. and Mr*. R. C. Hopper of Tampa.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELI Mr. and Mr*. R. L. Olmerof Park years, after having been a resident of Oak Avenue,
Mr. and Mr*. James Pool of Bradenton. Mr. and Mr*. Anna Maria for several He was a
years. retired
Rock Tavern. N. Y. Mr. and Mr*. David Austin of Sebring.
Mr*. L. W. Fussell of Lakeland. pharmacist.He .
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. Howard Ellen of Ottawa Ont. is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Bristow.
Mr*. Otto Ball of Martin Ferry Ohio. Mr. and Mr*.
Marquette Mich. Mr. and Mr*. John Hackett of Apopka. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Lewersand
THE ROCKETTES"GULP TOBAYMOTEI..I Mr..ndMn. Shannon Funeral Home Ruskin.
of Bradenton. Hugh D. Sorrells of Powder Springs Ca. ;
Ralph Beyer of Cleveland. Ohio and daughter. Mr. and Mr
Stoval of Llthla on their honeymoon. Mr.and Mrs.Gene II I ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Al Frank of Bradenton.S. oI.411IUe Car* Licenced
ElectricalContractor
pt /
S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Anna Maria
Beach. Mr and Mrs. Allen Ledbetter of Atlanta. *
at the Anna and rr/alitttnani. Gulf Drlv. at Pin Avenue

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND two younger P. H. RICHARDS' L. (ROY) FERGUSON
PHOTO) PHONES: D.* 77.-2U3
MIXED LEAGUE M. King P. 0. BOX 374 Night 77S-20S9
In Island Mixed League action Friday P. Hottman
.
ANNA FLORIDA
MARIA
evening Dick Wagner Realty twept all *
.. four point In it*match with Sand Bar. HIGH SERIES (
High scores In the match were Bud D. Bower : LePage,
Hottman, 196-498.and Bob Adalr,180, J. Dries of the
Byron Arkebauer 487. W. Miller of the 1fIdIt4a 1.tlUlUJ.
Other scores: Anna Marla City Pier D. Davidson t1
3, Island Bu 1. (Lefty Miller 199- K. Ferguson : Hospi-
526. Bob Relnel:189-556). M. King
Mir Mar Drive-In 3, B ft. K HardP.. Geyer on the new BUILDERAnna
ware 1. (Bob Bertet 174-507; Dot P. Hottman at the din-
Bower 197-505). H. Bertet
Anna Maria Electric 3. Webb' It- J. LoClcero County Maria 778-2557
land Pharmacy 1. (Roger Haynes, Club, to
222-586: ; Ed Haverko, 203-487). HIGH GAMES ( the Ramada
Connick' TV 2, Rod k Reel Pier 2. R. Haynes
(DickCOMick.192-SOIGeorleDrlel. G. Dries Monday, Change of Face of Pace
Change -
216-556): ). A. King
plate.
Leland Marina Supply 2. Schuchard J. Holmes per
Plumbing 2. (Frank Mon 202-493; E. Haverko for an YES, We're the new owners--and we'd like

John Holmes., 212-490). .. L.P. MUler Moc meeting and to meet you--and make your beauty salon

LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Hottman dinner," visit a memorable one! Coiffures conscious?

Island Marine Supply 14 R. Haynes guests are You'll love the smart, new Hair Fashions we
Conn1ck'. TV 14 D. Connick
Dick Wagner Realty 13 E. Delos offer--come in and let Mr. Lucien give youa
Rod ft Reel Pier 12 HIGH SERIES ( Beach free consultation whether
on Styles Per-
: ,
Anna Marl Electric 11 R. Haynes
B ft K Hardware 10 G. Dries before Oct. manents, or Hair Coloring, make your
Schuchard Plumbing 9 B. Relnel Is invited
appointment now--phone or drop inyou'realways
Mira Mar Drive-In 9 L. Miller
Webb'* laland Pharmacy 8 B. Bertet meeting. welcome.FIVE .
bland Bu 7 A. King STYLISTS TO SERVE YOU
Sand Bar 7 D. Connick
Ann Marl City Pier 6 B. Hottman will be Dr. LUG EN'S Coiffures (formerly Dottle')
.
F. Moc
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) J. Holmes pastor 401 Pin Avo. Anna Maria Phone 778-2311
D. Bower 197' Commu-
D. Davldaon 188 THIS WEEK'S of St. Peters-
K. Ferguson 178 Mlra Mar Drive-In Island
W. Miller 170 Island Bus
J. Dries 165 Schuchard Plumbing .Beach"T PHELPS NURSERY
J. Drle 164 B b K Hardware
G. Alderton 164 Rod k Reel Pier Anna v r
H. Bertet LEActEII 162 Connick' TV Dick Flowering Shrubs

ISLAND BOWLING Rover Men's Club
Schuchard Plumbing won all four Pete Reynard' & Palms
point In Its bland Bowling League The ISLANDER
match with The ISLANDER Monday Webb's Island Pharmacy
.
evening and kept Its drat place \S' FOR
position In the league standings. High TOP TEN
scores In the match were Byron B. Arkebauer
Arkebauer 255-577: and Cliff Wes- J. Wulchet the island
ton. 202-512. G. Dykstra '
Other scores Cray's Econowash 4, A. Rasmuisen
Webb' bland Pharmacy 0. (Emmett R. Haynes
Smalley 195. Frank Smalley. 551; B.Guild
Jeff Hottman 184-486). D. Boozer 3M PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 778-1301
Island Dank 4, Roger Men's Club 0. J.Herrlngshaw
(Jim Herrlngshaw. 212-596 Bud B. Green CORTEZ
Green. 209. Bob DeVane. 521)). T. Edwards
.
Pete Reynard' Restaurant 3, Bay
Area Insurance 1. (K. P. Smith 188. TOP TEN tm'k'I FOODLINERQuality
Larry Beach 474, Dave Boozer 212, Herrlngshaw :
Earl Drew. :531)\ J. Wulchet :
VanOatenbrldge Builders 3, Bayou B. Arkebauer :
Marina 1. (George Dykstra. 220-575; G. Dykatra : & Variety
Hank Nleslobedskl. 186-503). A. Rasmussen
Tropical Vista 2. Island Marine F. Davidson
Supply 2. (Roger Haynes 219, Tom F. Smalley : SPECIALS OCT 14-15-16
Edwards:546. Jim Wulchet 224-586). T. Edwards :
Haynes : F.h Ci,. A Flo-Co Whole Fryers-Li........................29<
LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Guild Cut Fryer Pot..B-Lb..5",

Schuchard Plumbing 15.5 WEEK'S Drumtlck*.Lb...........................49<
Tropical Vista 13 NEXT
Island Bank 13 Roser M.C. Thlh.-Lb................................. 39
Cray* Lconowash 11.5 Island Pharmacy IN i TobleKIng Smoked Ham Shank Portion-Lb...................43<
Bay Bayou Area Marina Insurance II 11 Island Bay Area Bank Ins. : Armour Star Young Turkey' (1618 Av.)-Lb................ 35,
Island Marine Supply 10 VanOatenbrldge FREE 6 0.. Am. Sliced Cheese w3 Lb. Ci,. Beel.... SI.47

VanOetenbrldge Builders 9 Bayou Marina Helm Ketchup (Limit 2 w/ $S Order)-Each................. 94

1 Green Wont Pea ((303 Slie-Each) ...........................19,

Hunt' Tomato Sauce ((8 Oi.-Eoch............................91
Campbell' Tomato Soup (Limit 2)-Can..9) <

Falger' Coffee R.,. Drip. Fine (w, S3 Or.)-Lb............49<

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ISLANDER
THE
; Thursday, October 14, 1965
',V Island residents are heading home for the fall and
All About P.opl.... winter in greater numbers each week. Among those

MR. AND MRS. BILL TOUT of Richmond, MIch. who have returned here or are expected soon are:
are guests of Mr. Tout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ya: r MR. AND MRS. W. F. GORNALL of Oak Avenue,
Kenneth Tout of 69th Street, Holmes Beach. Anna Maria, who are back from a summer spent in
MR. AND MRS. LUCKYSKIRROWof Banff,Alberta, Columbus, Ohio. MRS. DAVID W.CRAFT of Shell
in the Canadian Rockies, and their two children,have Drive, Holmes Beach,who vacationed for the summerin
arrived on the Island to spend the winter in Holmes Cooksburg, Pa. MR.ANDMRS.R.D.MORGANof
Beach. When they left Banff there was six inches of Spring Avenue, home again after several months in
snow there, and the temperature was only seven Andover, N. H. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE F.
I degrees above zero. J ANDERSON of Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach,
MRS. ALMA HAYNES of Lake View Lane, Anna '4 returning to occupy their home here after vacationingin
l Maria, is due home this week after spending the Hampton Bays, L. I.,N.Y.for several months. .
summer at her home in Port Huron, Mich. For the MR. AND MRS. \VILLIAMG.LINSTEADofDradentonDeach
past month she has been visiting her sons and their returning from their home in Stillwater,N.Y.
families in Lime Rock, Conn. and Temple Hills,Md. DR. AND MRS. R. A. SPRINGER of 74th Street,
t MR. AND MRS. LEWIS BRICKER AND MR. AND Holmes Deach. They spent the summer andearlyfall
) MRS. TOM EDWARDS returned this week after a few In Sturgis Mich. MR. AND MRS. NILES DERRY
, days spent at the Southern Apparel Exhibitors' Show of North Shore Drive,Anna Maria,from their summer
I at Convention Hall, Miami Beach. The showfeatured home in Battle Creek, Mich. MR. AND MRS.
holiday, cruise and resort wear for fall and winter. CECIL HOOK of Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach, after
JERRY L. ADAMS Aviation Structural Mechanic spending the summer in Prescott,Mich. MR.AND
; 3/C, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Adams of MRS. WALTER DANN of Coquina Lane, Holmes
205 Highland Avenue, Bradcnton Beach, is serving Deach, returning from several months at their sum-
with Attack Squadron 55, which recently was awardedthe mer home in Alpena, Mich. MR. AND MRS.
Battle Efficiency "E" for 1965 at the Naval Air CASTLES IN THE SAND--Mrs. Barbara Darting of STANLEY E. JOHNSON SR. of 74th Street Holmes

Station, Lemoore, Calif. Adams is stationed aboard Longboat Key, and daughter Heather,build traditionalsand Deach, who spent their summer at Cedar, Mich. .
the USS Ticonderoga. castles while enjoying the beach. (ISLANDER MRS. CHARLOTTE SNYDER of Gulf Drive North,
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL COUGHLIN of Cortland, PHOTO Dradcnton Beach, returning after spending the sum-

N. Y. are occupying their home on North Shore Drive, AIRMAN 3/C MARK KRETZER visited his parents mer on a ranch in Birney, Mont., and visiting in
Anna Maria, for a short vacation. Dayton, Ohio on her way home. MR. AND MRS.W. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kretzer of 85th Street, Holmes
A. ALDERMAN of Coquina Lane, Holmes Deach,
Beach recently. He has completed his basic military
who have vacationed for the summer in Jamcsport,
SPECIALSTHURSDAYFIIDAYSATUIDAY training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, and
that he N. Y. MR. AND MRS. C. A.PURDY of Lake View
scored high enough on his examinations was
Drive, Anna Maria,who arc now occupying their homeon
sent directly to a new assignment at Otis Air Force
the Island after spending several months in
Lamp Shades RUGSSmall Dase, Mass. Cassopolis, Mich. MR. AND MRS. CLINTON
SUSIE WRIGHT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
HERNANDEZ of Holmes Beach a re expected to reach
I Backed of 128-51st Street, Holmes Deach, recentlywas
Small Clip On 89( Wright
the Island about Nov. 1 from Ticonderoga, N. Y.,
Throw Rugi24x3o" made a member of the Clvinettes at Manatee
98Jo where they have vacationed for the summer. MR.
Junior .
BoudoirFancies College.MR. AND MRS. O. D. WALLICK of 509-72nd Street,
12 Colors I
AND MRS. HARRY KARR of South Bay Blvd.,
& 139
S Holmes Beach, back from a summer in Cheyenne,
Brldg. Toblo Anna Maria are their home to the Island
or REG on way
$1 29 Wyom. MR. AND MRS. WALTER ELLIOTT of
12-16"
after at their in the Wisconsin
$1 a summer cottage
Toll of Regular S9 $1.69 north woods near Rhinelander. On their return trip Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, who have enjoyed a
vacation of several weeks in Norwood, Pa. MR.
to spend some time with their childrenand
they planned
Blankets SHIRTS AND MRS. RALPH PHELPS of Chilson Avenue,Anna
in and Chicago.MR. .
grandchildren Michigan Maria, back in their Island home from National City,
Good Heavy Blanket Mens Short Sleeve AND MRS. RUSSELL S. HOMER of 7802 Palm
Mich., where they have been for a few months. .
For Twin or DowbU Bad back the Island after a
Drive, Holmes Beach are on
MED. LAI6E MISS MARGARET DURNHAM AND MISS HELENA
72 90" into Maine and New York State on their way to
(Irregulars) trip DURNHAM of Willow Avenue, Anna Maria,who spent
S.lids REG REG spend the summer at their home at Lake Orion, Mich.,
$2 88 _I.eeISLANDYARIETVSTORE and a visit with Mr. Homer's sister In Detroit, and the summer at their home in Brookline, Mass.
Strips $3.98 $3.91 Mrs. Homer's brother In Milwaukee on their return MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SHEA of Tampa Sunday
trip to the Island. became the parents of an eight pound, three ounceson
INC. born at General Hospital, their second
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD KAIINEY are occupyingtheir Tampa
778.1021 home at 205 Elm Avenue, Anna Maria, for the child. Mrs. Shea is the former Miss Carmen Cagnina,
5604 Mirin Drill-Hut Tt E..sl Finltirt winter. They spent the summer in Kankakee and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cagnlna of Anna
Strcator, III., and also visited In San Diego and other Maria. The little boy Is the first grandson on either
side of the
family.
places In California.
IRENE CASSADYof Anna Maria n'turnedhornethl
TRY week after spending several days at the Apparel Showin
NeedA Miami Beach. While In the Miami area, she auto
visited friends there.
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CHURCHESST. [ LEGAL NOTICES I

NOTICE OP INTENTI TO NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
BERNARD MISSION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME The City Council of Bradenton Beach, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME "
(CATHOLIC) The undersigned do hereby certify Florida will bold a Public Hearing The undersigned do hereby certify '" I
that they Intend to conduct a billiard on October 20, 1965, at 7:30 P.M.. at that they Intend to conduct a tourist ;
Rev. Frond F. W.Ia.lllerMASSSUNDAYI room and snack btr under the fictitious the City Hall for the purposed taking court business under the fictitious
name of SEA0IRD BILLIARDS AND action on the petition of the Anchor name of TARI-0 COURT at 3605 Gulf 1 1w4tr
& 10 am SNACK BAR in the S fc S Plaza at Boat Basin to erect a temporary Drive Holmes Beach. Florida and
WEEKDAYS I a. 5340 Cult Drive,Holmes Beach Florida storage shelter to extend nine (9)feet that said firm la composed of the
HOLY DAYSl 8 am & 6 pm and that said firm la composed of on the city rightofway.City following persons whose names and
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWEDNESDAYSl the following persons whose names of Bradenton Beach places of residence are as follows
7130 pm and places of residence are aa follow i Byt Sophia L. Carothers Ezra Ames and Evvs Ames, both of
Harvey Manorial' CtkurchNonDenomlnotlonel Dexter B.Jones andLenoraM.Jones, City Clerk 3605 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Fla.
( ) both of 1605 Gulf Drive Bradenton Ownership of TARI-O COURT la as
Beach. Florida. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING follows: Ezra Ames and Ewa Ames,
8r.4...... Beech Ownership of SEABIRD BILLIARDSAND The City Council of Bradenton Beach, each 50 percent
..... A. W. $!... SNACK BAR Is follows.:DexterB. Florida will hold a Public Hearing It Is our Intention to apply to the *
SUNDAY Jones and Lenora M.Jones, each November 4, 1963 at the Fire Hall, Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
World Wide Community Sunday 30 percent. after the regular meeting of Council, Manatee County. Florida, to register
9.15.18 Sunday School It is our intention to apply to the for the purpose of taking action the die said name of TARI-O COURT
"10130 am Worship Service Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for request to close or repair portion of under the provisions of Chapter maw
Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe the road from Gulf Drive at 20th Street, 863.09. Laws of Florida.Acts of 1939.
OtristloM Science) Wvlco said name of SEABIRD BILLIARDS bordering Lots 1, 2, 3 fc 4. Ilexhurst Witness our hands this 29th day of
A. M. ..-lty H.... AND SNACK BAR under the provisionsof Sub.. Block 3, and Lots 10.11 k U, September, 1965.
Chapter 865.09, Laws of Florida Block t, Ilexhurst Sub. EZRA AMES v- rtHOOKEDMrs.
SUNDAYS Acts of 1939.Witness City of Bradenton Beach EVVA AMES
9lOO am Sunday School our hands this 12th day of Byi Sophia L. Carothers Owners
10U am Service October 1965. City Clerk '.30:: 10-7t 14 21.'65
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH DEXTER JONES NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
LENORA M.JONES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
...*. L.. ",'Uff. Fetter of the r
will be
Owners There a meeting The undersigned does hereby certify
SUNDAY 10-14.21 fc 28; 11-465 Zoning Adjustment Board of the City that she Is conducting retail business
8145 am Sunday School of Anna Maria Florida, at the Anna under the fictitious name of ISLAND
9iSO am Worship Service NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Maria Community House at 12:30pjn.. SEWING CENTER at 5314 Gulf Drive
Sl30 pm Chapel Choir REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Saturday October 16, 1965, to acceptor Holmes Beach. Florida, and that said
6130 pm Worship S.rvic. The undersigned doesherebycertify reject the variance allowed by the firm Is composed of the following
7i30 pm Youth Program that he Intends to conduct a repair Board of Commissioners of the City person, whose name and place of residence -
TUESDAYS and retail business under the fictitious of Anna Maria Florida on May 7, are as follows: Beulah M.
7iOO pm Church Choir name of JIM DANDY SHOP at the 1962, on Lots 4, 5.6.7,8' 9, Block Conlon 409-17th Avenue Palmetto I'
WEDNESDAY
4(00 pm Intermediate GA Island Shopping Center Gulf Drive 2, Shore Acres Subdivision. Florida. James Watkins of Bradenton landsa I
Holmes Beach Florida, and that said Zoning AdJuatment Board Ownership of ISLAND SEWING CENTER I
7lOO RA GA
Sunbeams the the
from Manatee
pm mackerel while fishing pier at
7lOO Prayer Service firm la composed of the following George Wagner Is as follows! Beulah M.Conlon.It .
pm person, whose name and place of Vice Chairman Is my Intention to apply to the County Beach at Holmes Beach. Dozens of mackerel
ttosor ..e.srio Uwrcli residence are as follow) James J. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
(N.m-D.n.mtl.nsl. ) White, 235.85th Street Holmes Manatee County, Florida, to registerthe have been caught from the pier in the past few days. ,

Beach. Florida. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO said name of ISLAND SEWING (ISLANDER PHOTO)
THURSDAY Ownership of JIM DANDY SHOP ls REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME CENTER under the provisions of
7l30 pm Sr. Choir Rehearsal as follows: James J.White.It The undersigned do hereby certify Chapter 865.09 Laws of Florida.
SUNDAYS 9iOO Worship Service Is my Intention to apply to the that they Intend to conduci an auto- Acts of 1959. BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
am
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for motive business under the fictitious Witness my hand this 3th day of
10 tOO am Sunday School THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
Manatee County, Florida to reglaterthe 1965.
7iOO Youth Program name of 26th STREET MOTORS at October
MONDAY pm said name of JIM DANDY SHOP 4390.26th Street West Bradenton BEULAH CONLON SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH

7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 under the provisions of Chapter Florida and that said firm i* com- Owner WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
TUESDAYS 863.09. Laws of Florida,Acts of 1959. posed of the following peraons whose 10-7. 11. 21k 28. '63
tlOiOO I am Priscilla Circle at home Witness my hand this 12th day of names and places of residence areas Call 778-2021 or write: Box 757, Anna Maria, Fla.
, of Mrs. D. H. Clay October. 1965. follows: Henry Cummings Jr., 10016
HOlOO am Men's Club Ex. Board JAMES J. WHITE Sandpiper Road Bradenton, Florida;
Owner Richard Zeeff, 2713 Lake Drive Bra- driftwoodgall.ries
Church of The Annunciation 10-14.21 fc 28; 11-4.63 denton, Florida, and John Ellens. ATTENTION

. (Episcopal') BOARD OF EVALUATIONThe 1706 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach Oil & Gas Space Heater & Furnace Repair-- 1

, lUv. Gordd K. Lowe Rector Board of Evaluation of the City Florida.Ownership of 26th STREET MOTORS Ceramic Tile Baths Cleaned & Refinished--
of Anna Maria Florida, will meet at
i|THURSDAY Is as follows Henry Cummings. Water Ser. & Other Home Maintenance
the Pump
9lOO am Holy Eucharist City Office on Monday morning, Richard Zeeff and John Ellens.It Inrittt You To

lath BlOO SUNDAY am Holy AFTER Eucharist' TRINITY evaluate October city 23. owned 1963. property.at 11 A.M.Mem-. to Is our Intention to apply to the PREVIEW OUR Cell Clltt tr D.,. 24 Heir Strtlct
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
10130 bers of die board are Mayor H. G. DISPLAYFOR
am Family Eucharist &
Manatee Florida, to 771-3330
County register
Meyer, Commissioner H.Eugene Cox,
Sermon Church School i
the said name of 26th STREET MOTORS THE SEASON
Gertrude Blasslngame and Ralph Par-
Gloria Dai Lutheran Church under the provision of Chapter .
rlsh real estate brokers.
Rev. 6S.09, Laws of Florida.Acts of 1959. Inverts_frees susy... cseslrtes... ..,. BseIIM .
Letter M. Ufa. Pastor FRANCES V. MAXON tt tress e woes..Mp Walls Electric
Witness our hands this 29th day of
Clry ClerkUNCLASSIFIED few terM siMrsy (slsrv
SUNDAY September 1965. sal sissy mast eMrssle Nrsts.Cofttt .
9iIS am Sunday School HENRY CUMMINGS JR. 201 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH
10130 em Worship. Service RICHARD ZEEFF Kd. I 40th St., W. ,

. 11130 am Choir Rehearsal '!'11.. F.y.st r.filr.l JOHN Owners EI.LENS Ph. 744-3S1J PHONE 746.5071

J ....-SI.OO..sO. .1.1.! .. 9-30; 10-7 14 2t, '65

ATTENDJTHE UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Commercial Residential or RepairHUFFINE'S

Large United States and Canadian
COLORING AND
Company In agricultural field urgently
requires representative In this county PERMANENT WAVE
i CHURCH for Crop Service Department. Applicant @o I/u SPECIALISTS ;

background must have and be recent well regarded agricultural In :: res STANDARD SERVICE

.
OF YOUR area.Position Is full time, or can be han- OUR STAFFS Phone 778-1771 Days "
dled at first along with your presentfarming 4 David
. operation. Successful applicant Rosemary Harter
778.1440
Nights
CHOICE can expect earnings between .nsii..
$100.$150 weekly, with excellent Annette SmithS ...
opportunity for early advancement In -
HOLMES BEACH
this area.
BUILDER OF HOMES Write and tell me about yourself. cczvzcL
t I Ho....* .ul.. I. for Islsme Reply at once to:Vice Pres., loll 110, : & S PLAZA AAA Service Mechanic

1 ell w,.to e nd eo..dltlo.e.Romod Winter Garden Florida.FOR HOLMES BEACH
.lin Additions & ALFA 21-"'t.Crululung C.bln PH 778-2386:
Boat Sleeps 2; with 2\-Ft. Boat Slip / NEW and USED CARS
Repolrs. Trustworthyestimotes (with Seawall) on Oak Ave., AnnaMarla. FOR APPOINTMENT
five*. Price $1.000. Phone 778-3419.
I NORMAN ROSEDALCAnno Hun McCallum.
Mori. 771-1410 AL Ti.RATI(1NSona. II tide of Clolh-
Ing. Alan Dressmaking, Drapes. Mrs.

DAIRY LOAM riLL frank SALE peard.; I4U Phone> Dodge 778 mi.KK 4-lkxir.. VJ1 : turik wtlli

Let George Do It Gulf PROPERTY Trailer: Park.MAINTENANCE Uradenton Beach, 4oua put Gfajwm in yOWl, ,


GEO. WILEY
MOWING, t EDGING ETC.
4919 Hit Street Wttt
KEN FFLLOWS MALDNjlamourestn
PHONE 755-4440

SHELL TOPSOIL Phone 778-2814 after 4 P.M.WOMAN .

FOR IIOUSLWORKi Clean
Reasoner & Anson and active. I'Jrlilme work, 4-6 daysa
week Daytimes call at Driftwood n
Galleries 1 ; Evenings at 60O Uy Illvd.
South! Anna M-jrJ* City.
CYVff'H Goed
f WANTTD TO BUY: All U. S. Coins. buy
Gold. Currency, or Foreign Coins ol
Telephone I any Country, or old Medals, Tokens.etc. .
Byron s Bizarre lUnjr. 240 or a peer bargain? in sleeping
I 14th St. W, Bradenton Ph,747-2116.
IXJEGRANDEHOTELBLDG.'IBill SFASONAL, OR YTARLY RENTAL) Of course there II .

Gulf Queen Coiuge. 2 Bedrooms, Tile Boat or insurance on r won -r r
filth Electric Kluhen. 50 )'d.. from ---'.-.---.. --
Gulf. Surf fishing at your door. I IRA:4 IDS policy, the proof Is in .o-v.-w.T/L..r o..o..i .furor.-m...
Stewart Pine ; Anna Maria. Call 77H-2IW 1 the performance. ..- -
: ) Dreuer-Cheil JlS.onr ,.. .
nr-r w---w--
rollaway bed $Jt. Both In Excellent We represent the r' .r
:-r
PHOTOGRAPHER Condition. Call 77S-2AI4 (IMys). 01 Michigan Mutual Liability --.'-- -'-new---w-....
77H-IMI (Fvenln'WANT ). -
Anna Maria hland ref Company, a
dent to Iron, clean and look after lei company wellknownfor
year old boy after school four afternoons
a wffk. 77>-l2T> after 6 p.m. its sound, fairly- r

bJ, FOR room UnfurnUJwd.roumelec;2 OR. priced auto, home and .
large living .Florida 4995
trlc kitchen built-Ins. gas heat car business coverages
port and utility room,well I landscapedground. and for its policy of
and In f J .
single am
STUDIOi planters. > prompt payment of Just = :: =-= :.::::
tone In Holmes Reach.$100 per month.
3308-3rd Avenue West J<11N B. .(Registered Real claims. Silver Label
tame: roter. Phone 77 \M."COLLFCT .
Brodenton FloridaTel. COINS? Whatever your insur- Foam Rubber or Innerspring
7463319JACK CALL CUFF OR DAVE ance needs, we'd like Glamourest Black Label 39"
PHONE 778-3JJO Twin Of Doubt. Size
the opportunity to Glamourest Luxury Label 59"

that we can serve Glamourest Mattress or Box Spring
ZICKAFOOSE prove Super King Sue from 199 set

INSHJMANCsI AGENCY SINGER Electric Sowing you better. ...- -
Mocklno In console cobl- _[Moteri o/ the famous SWING AH BACK SUWDWFurniture MoNreu_ra 4 .71TTar w. _

Phone 755-5349 not, tike now. Sews forward JOHN PeHUTHINSURANCE

ReUe lIff 7S5-S5J3 and rovwfse. All

AUTO OWNERS ottocHments for making

A..Jc_ Imeur..ce Co. buttonholes slg-iogglng Z t
and fancy stitch design 2 Licensed Agents & ApplianceYour

Fully Gworontood. Con b.

SR22 Form For soon In ,our ore.. Make 8 5500 Marina Drive

Responsibility fIMACI.I Monthly peywents of $4.91 Holmes Beach Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales & Service Dealer
of will discount. cek.

RoqwlromontsFiled Wrltot Credit Manager, 122 778-1022
'- We Doy South CI......, Rood, 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 7781267Page

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>5 October 14,1965




ISLAND REAL ESTATE I II




A' George Wu -REALTY UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
I [CONSIDER THISCUSTOM -- INSURANCE COMPANY
1.1... Shopping Gout
BUILT Canal Front Home 1,800 ShKt 117
PHOHE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA .. .,.....
.
feet: 3 Bedrooms, den, 2 Baths, 'H' y* r .1 flirt / -lS24
square
Landscaped Lot. Many extras. C...E......,IW..Bi.fc..
Beautifully Ai&_Pik,A..ec.... 12th St. Wttt IIAOtNTON. fLA.h.... 741-4S41
Low Down Payment. 778-1530 or 746-6119.



M 1''U4t }e InspectSEE
HOME & INCOMELocated
Brand New, Custom Built,Canal Front Home.
near the Beach in Holmes Beach. Three Bedrooms two beautiful baths,excep-
!Open fireplace in large living room.Two nice tional construction. Dream Kitchen separate
porches. Air conditioning garage, laundry. dining room Florida Room. One-car garage,
i Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over central heating and air conditioning excellent
$2,000 gross rent, which pays all expensesand seawall and dock. Professionally landscaped.
[ more. Total price of property $26,500. Owner being transferred.
$30,000 UNFURNISHED. Furniture extra if
''s JOHN B. PROTHERO desired. Shown by appointment only.Mahar ., JACK HOLMES, Realtor
e MISTCftlD REAL ESTATE "'II-SALIS"RENTALS
>l
:. ; [ll6-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach Real Estat. 6101 PHONE MARINA 771-1641 DIIVE

RUTH MANAR LEO MAHAR
Ist.r.1 ltd. IsUtt IrtkmCUsti BEACH FLORIDAVANOSTENBRIDGE
1 -r NEW LISTING R. HOLMES ,
........,
] 'Just listed a fine buy on large WALLED
7702 Cell Drbi, Mats Buck 771115'Don't
CANAL--2 BR, 2 BATHS. Closed garage.
BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA ROOM. BOATDOCK.
Nicely furnished and the price for a LIMITED SONS
&
TIME IS ONLY $17,500. Want To Bother Wit; / Builders

PARRISH REALTY

M. fAUISH. .... MCCY "'MASSItMOOU.. AMKMMOffk Car Every Time You Shop? Custom Building and RemodelingIsland

fin. AMM M.ri. PMM: 771-1902 \ See this comfortable 2 BR homeon Builders Since 19-l9.
Holmes Beach Florida
R' beautifully landscaped lot at ,

t This Is Living Holmes Beach Shopping Center, 778.2528 Aaron 778-2822 John

] yet on a quiet street.Completely ,

5400 Gulf Drive furnished
Have Your PAINTING
CONDOMINIUM $J4,500.with TERMS

Model Apartments Gertrude Blassingame Done By EXPERTSI!

'X Open 9.5 Every DayntM REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

( KVBmrov{ ( 1( T fi- UlNA BUILDING Fran Mason Associate PHONE 778.133*JS*.' HARRY M. RIFE

5400 GULF DRIVE .4!:w.. ANNA MARIA FLORIDA O' //Y I LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA ..... 77M341 AMM Mart.
Ttltpb i' 778-1611 ISLAND SPECIALS

2 IR HtHi-2710 A,. 8 $11,000
LET A PROFESSIONAL
New COMMODORE Model 2 8R H..2714 Aft C $14,000

OPEN AT Key Royale 6 Apt .. t.. Gill S2tf 00 "Homefinder"


... .. "", '' -" '-' ,-,......... ... :' 2 8R Il...-2210 A,. 8 $11,500
;
:"_' '.i ,, f. 2 Both H... 30S SSIL
,. ... 8R-1K St $15,000
r "J 1 ( "t ", .. jI FIND A HOME FOR YOU
r- i; i"
;
"
I', .,. ,,'oi't':> "',""
h\, "" Look these over
and
They Are All Good Buys


THEN SEE For The BEST


DICK WAGNER

"Oh. what a kitchen!" Is the remark we have News CoverageOf
Realtor
heard shouted most often by visitors to our
new 1966 Commodore Model which sells for Tel. 778-2883
ONLY 21025. Including Its beautiful large 2217 Outr OHIVC OHAOCNTON UCACH
Key Royale landscaped lot with outstandingview
down one of the channels. Seeing Is
believing this wife-size kitchen. We can't
SLASHED TO SEllll!
describe its beauty. This is a bedroom plan
with a sliding bedroom wall that enables the
living room to be expanded into a bedroomarea Hay Palms Canal Front Home with all these flnna maria IslandTREAD
thus converting that bedroom Inroa den features; Living Room with raised fireplace;
or activity room. There arc two large bathrooms Cuban tile floor; 2 Bedruoms;2 Barh) ;maid'
a dining room with bay window and a room; large workshop and utility room; two-
separate utility room. The garage Is enclosedand car garage and" load of storagespacc;glassed
finished and there is a well hookup for patio; half bath In garage; seawall and duck;
free water for watering the garden and lawn. shuffleboard court; beautiful landscaping,and
Central heat and air conditioning! of course lots of other features. Makes a dandy three
and beautiful oval tile roof. Everything there bedroom home.
$21.025 open at 626 Key Royale Drive BELIEVE OR NOT--ALL THIS FOR JUST
I dally 10-5. and Sundays 1-5. along with four
other new 1966 models from$16.800-$31.600. $18,000


JACK MARSHALL RealtorJ.

O. Manor Broker Salesman MEWS, fEATURES EDITORIALS AND PICTURES

Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman Mgr.M Br hl..4..A ..' Isl.s4.rs..F.r 111..4 Rude..

0....$..,.. .U4en, I.. 1..1 E..... 'k". SUBSCRIBE FOR ONLY 13.50 PER YEAR
&M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria
Phone 778-1917 ALSO\ THE ISLANFS BEST ADVERTISING UEDIUHLursday



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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday October 14, 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME c9J-I Liiint(p w '. '"". It's Fall Party TimeWE
from BOARD BUNGALOW"OCTOBER
a to a HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTEROctober PAPER PARTY GOODS FOR FALL
cards-.apki.s ) .
(I,.,,
Is Island Beautification Month COI.rs.COlst.rsALL COORDINATED ') -

CAN HELP YOU bridal supplies)
we Is Island Beautification Monthon Special Ones for HALLOWEEN;

we Will be Happy to ANNA MARIA ISLANDCloseOut Ip, tloIltv we gift and mail wrap
Estimate Any Job for 7j FREEarriving
..
..
you Big or Small I -.. Slti,'., eN John Dvyfid...,
on \-x.--. _

.,. are OpenSaturday
Afternoon Beach Umbrellas daily


"e ARE AGENTS FOR Only 5 To Sell I New
\YiIAIt.AU REG $39.95 NOW $24.95 /


REG $22.95 NOW $19.95 -
PAINT AN 10% Discount jKnits '

ENTIRE ROOM for onein REG $19.95 NOW $14.95

HOURS a few more week Telephone 778-1019 6 lamua4

ONE PIECE

fort less $7OO., LpsrPIITSBIMBN t.qlr BUY PHILCO I and

c.,...ItIIr TWO PIECE
On 1,111 CtIIn
l
WALLHIDE "'J .11I'c w Sizes 8 to 18DON'T
LATIX fLAT PAINT r
STOP H AND SELECT YOU FAVOHITI COLOR
r FORGET .
free delivery P.rtahloPhuos Friday Night Fashion showat

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. Q the Yacht Club

Lumber & Plywood cut to your size :
.'
778-1131
Lck iWhit.
COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER,HARDWARE AND
BUILDING MATERIALS TY
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach L.r.wsy _. .,,. .....

Stereo Hl-FI plea s' ...*.rn ISLAND SANITATION SERVICEIn Portable TV
( ANNA MARIA HOLMES EACH) Come In and Let Us Give You
Monthly Service Choroe-P.. R UNIT: ita4&...,..
Fk.t c.-S2.25-eech AMltlM C.n-=1.o0 A Demonstration
J*DISCOUNT.., .IF,PAID ONE... .YEAR. IN ADVANCE....... OUR STAFFs 778-1380
Tickets b Mfdi di t ft Ie:H ISLAND TV 778-1703 May Hau.ntt.ln WinUr.d Cuinn.t
Linda Br..e. Marg Hoi I Morg Korkhoff
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. WALK.INS
WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
ISLAND

We Arc OPEN
-
BAKERYOPEN Planning A

Island SEWING

...V ; 11 CENTERCome

MONDAY Oct. 18 CIRIIIMASi in and get acquainted and watch

1182616PROGRESS for our OPEN HOUSE
i
CRUISECaribbean 'ucla c (3 "t ll

IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER

1'"
? lEACH LIQUOR STORE

No community con continue to grow and prosper HOLMES PEACH ONCE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
We Have Them OCTOBER Is
without assurance that it will have an adequate
PAINT UP CLEAN UP FIX UP
supply of fresh,pure water.That is our responsibilityon from 3 to 21 Days Month
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
Anna Maria Island- -to make certain that our Space is going in a hurry for The Pause That Rcfrcshcs-SEE US

customers of today,and those of tomorrow, have an S IC.9t Dubonnet Blond Wine
lOOK YOURS NOWBY fifth $3.27 Reg $3.79
unending source of water at the lowest possible cost.
PLANE OR SHIP SCHINLEY'S ill ... K Pt ICE COLD
Red Satin Blend Heublien Cocktails

Manatee County Water Sec fifth $3.85 $1.35

Company OLD THOMPSON GIN & Canada Dry
(IMCOtrOfUTlD) / 'U47'UlUdS wtu Mattingly & Moore Wink SpecialTEN

COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE HIGH Bellows 3 for $10.00
778-2022 3 for $10.00 Wink 6pk 40778O023 <
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
- - - - -
PHONE 7783494Closed
FREE DELIVERYWE
at NOON Wednesday & Saturday COYER THE ENTIIE ISLAND





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