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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 21, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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728 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1965 TEN CENTS


Permit Appeal I Denied I IA


public hearing was residents of Anna Maria.
held Saturday afternoonat The Lacios appeal asked
the Anna Maria Com- that an order be Issued
munity House by the Anna "restraining further con-
Maria Board of Zoning struction on the lot, and

..na.... .... .+a. : ...u.... :-- .-,.- Adjustment. that the application for a
..:.-a.--.. ':" '!."" y '':'' ).o'.' 4'r,: '*' ; .!'!- .,.,. -i..''.:;s*. I1"0 The hearing was calledto building permit be per-
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"I. .; : < '. ". y'.. ;;. :.. consider the appeal of manently denied.
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t. !(:C1 l".tt. \. ," ,;f". ,., \ t. 'Jr..c } Mr. and Mrs. George La- The property in question
.:' ......:...,'r?;. "' 0' 'i.. '\'',,' dos of 913 North Shore Is owned by Ted Tripp, anda
Drive. Mr. and Mrs. La- residence already has
S + : cios appealed the decisionof been built and is now occupied -
the city's building by his father and
inspector, Howard Scott mother Mr. and Mrs. .
In granting a permit fora Walter Tripp.

_____________ _ 1; section residence of North at the Inter-Shore the Ted Zoning Tripp, chairman Adjustment of

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Drive Bay Boulevard and Board was present atthe

Y. i fl .* 4..P} 1 I f Hibiscus Street. meeting, because his pre
The appeal claimed that sence was necessary to

,t 1t+ '.A. c ?1. the size of the lot, the constitute a quorum but
location of the building on did not preside and tookno
it, the setbacks floor area part in the discussion,
i: and construction failed to and did not vote.

meet the minimum requirements Members of the board
of the zoning present and voting were

regulations.They George Wagner, W. R.
claimed further Kermodc and Wyatt Blas-
they were "seriously af- singame.
fected" by the decision of The building permit was
the building Inspector-- granted because of a decision -

they own a large home on May 7, 1962, by
across the street from the Anna Maria City Commission -
If' the new residence--and acting on the
that it degrades and depreciates recommendation of the
:: .
: all the property Zoning Adjustment Board,
in the surrounding area, which was confirmed to
and is Injurious to all (Continued on Page 2))

Island Couple EntertainedEDITOR'S I

'NOTE: Mr. the Anna' Maria Island
SILENT SENTINELS a stretch of quiet beach and Charles residents taken
Mrs. A.Spccr were to
Directors ElectedAt C-C MeetingA the north end of
near Longboat Key. Barnacle of 69th Street, Holmes Schramms, the Brandy-
meeting of the Island encrusted posts are the remains of anti-erosion Beach, returned home a wine Mushroom Co. and
Meeting Of Division of the Manatee installations. (ISLANDER PIIOTO) few days ago from a tripto West Chester State Col-

County Chamber of Com- New York.On their way lege.
Key Royale ClubDr. merce will be held at back, they were "arrest "A tour of the borough
Edgar Huth,Merrill Pete R e y n a r d's Yacht ed" in West Chester Pa. was also on their itiner-
M. Tritt and Frank Smal- Club Restaurant at 8 p.m., and entertained by mem ary and lunch at the Man-
ley were elected to serveon Thursday, Oct. 21. bers of the West Chester sion (House Hotel. They
the seven-man boardof On the agenda for the r Exchange Club. The following were overnight guests of
directors of Key Roy- meeting--not a dinner account Is from club member Edwin D.
ale Club, Inc., at a meet- meeting--will be resultsof J. the West Chcstcr-PaoH Miller at his Colonial
.
ing of the stockholders of the annual election the Daily Local News of Oct. Motor Court.
the club, held at the city copy for the decals, com- 15."Mr. "Last evening the cou-
office in Holmes Beach mittee reports on the and Mrs. Charles ple was entertained at the
last week. division's beautification A.Spccr arc heading south dinner meeting of theclubat

Peder Mickelsen, vice project, and several other ', for their Holmes Beach, the Elks Home, where
president of the club announced important items. Fla. home, after a detour they were presented with
that dredging All members are urgedto over night In West Ches- gifts and the key to West
operations are expected attend. ter. Chester.
to start in Key Royale CancelledThe "Yesterday they were "Raymond S.)III me I right I
Meeting
pass within a few days, 'kidnapped' by members Jr., president, introduced
part of the construction of Octobqr meeting of of the West Chester Exchange the Speers and with the
the club's nine-hole golf the Friends of the Libraryhas Club as In the aid of Jack WasHon pre-
course.A been cancelled. A date annual Boost Pennsylvania sented the gifts Including
report from the greens for the November meetingwill Week custom of the miniature handcuffs for
committee, headed by Dr. be announced soon. New home of Mr. and Mrs. W.llterTrlppon Hibiscus local organization of business Mr. Spccr. Dally Local
Huth, indicated that a proposed Street, Anna Maria, which was the subject of an and professionalmen. News Social Editor Mary
layout of the course Senior RepublicansMrs. appeal to the Board of Zoning Adjustment last week. Mateer Went officially
has been well received by Wilfred A. LcPa e, Story at right hand Hide of page. (ISLANDER PHOTO/ ) "After being 'picked up' welcomed the travelers
the committee, which is former member of the along the by-pans at Oak- and gave to Mrs. Spccr
interviewing golf course board of directors of the bourne (load, following a a brass key pin. She explained
designers and builders Manatee Memorial Hospital visit to FreedomH Foundation that the pin, given
before arriving at a final will speak on the new at Valley Forge, (Continued on Page 2)
decision. Medicare laws at the din

Howard S.Adams,president ner of the Manatee County
of the club, reportedon Senior Republican Club, to ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

the increase in the be served at the RamadaInn ..... 1I.ItI.1I
number of stockholderssince Palmetto Monday, T..,.
the previous meet Nov. 1, at $1.7 per plate. w T.....e.w...
ing, and the financial For reservations for an I.!. N.... ... NINA
condition of the "interesting meeting and
corpor- o ct. 12--76 80 78 82 79 None
ation. an excellent dinner,
Oct. 13--74 78 70 80 79 1.2
At present there are 96 members and guests are v
Oct. 14 68 72 68
74
-- 78 .5
stockholders who are eligible asked to call H. DelocWctmore
Oct. 1 13-69 74 76 78
81 None
for membership of Holme Beach
when the course and the at 778-1753, before Oct. Oct. 1676 81 73 82 78 None
Large dredge which moved into the this weekto
Bayou Oct. 1770 80 75 84 78 None
.
clubhouse are ready to 29. Everyone It invited
start preparation of the site of the Key RoyaleClub's Oct. 18.68 18 74 78 79 None
.
open In about H month to attend the meeting. nine-hole
golf course. ISLANDER PHOTO)




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728 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, 1965 TEN CENTS


I1r E1 x 1 Permit Appeal I Denied 'I'IA

public hearing was residents of Anna Maria.
held Saturday afternoonat The Lacios appeal asked
the Anna Maria Community that an order be issued
House by the Anna "restraining further con
Maria Board of Zoning ruction on the lot, and
Adjustment.The that the application for a
? t' ls J'W hearing was calledto building permit be per-
i consider the appeal of manently denied."

a0r '; ,i :y,' I Mr. and Mrs. George La- The property in question
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y r e F a7 y+ *OY"I
1 ,aN sAY c los of 913 North Shore is owned by Ted Tripp, anda
Drive. Mr. and Mrs. La- residence already has
+fd cios appealed the decisionof been built and Is now occupied -
the city's building by his father and
inspector, Howard Scott, mother, Mr. and Mrs. ..
in granting a permit fora Walter Tripp.
residence at the inter- Ted Tripp, chairman of
section of North Shore the Zoning Adjustment
a Drive, Day Boulevard and Board, was present at the
Hibiscus Street. meeting, because his pre
The appeal claimed that sence was necessary to
the size of the lot, the constitute a quorum, but
location of the building on did not preside, and tookno
It, the setbacks,floor area part In the discussion,
and construction failed to and did not vote.
meet the minimum requirements Members of the board
of the zoning present and voting were
regulations. George Wagner, W. R.
They claimed further Kermodc and Wyatt Blas-
I they were "seriously af- slngamc.
fected" by the decision of The building permit was:
the building inspector-- granted because of a decision -
? they own a large home on May 7, 1962, by
across the street from the Anna Maria City Com
7tAk the new residence--and mission, acting on the
that it degrades and depreciates recommendation of the
all the property Zoning Adjustment Board,
In the surrounding area which was confirmed to
/ and Is injurious to all (Continued on Page 2))

Island Couple Entertained I

---'. -- ."-_.,,-_... ._' --, --._-_. _.._. -"--,--_._-.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. the Anna Maria island
SILENT SENTINELS--On a stretch of quiet beach
and Charles residents
Mrs. A.Spccr were taken to
Directors ElectedAt C-C MeetingA near the north end of Longboat Key. Barnacle of 69th Street, Holmes Schramms, the Brandy-
encrusted the remains of
meeting of the Island posts are anti-erosion Beach, returned home a wine Mushroom Co. and
Meeting Of Division of the Manatee Installations. (ISLANDER PHOTO) few days ago from a tripto West Chester State Cole \-
County Chamber of Com- New York.On their way e.
Key Royale ClubDr. merce will be held at back, they were "arrest A tour of the boroughwas
Edgar Ruth Merrill Pete R e y n a r d'8 Yacht ed" in West Chester, Pa. also on their itiner-
M. Tritt and Frank Smal- Club Restaurant at 8 p.m., and entertained by mem- ary and lunch at the Man-
ley were elected to serveon Thursday, Oct. 21. bers of the West Chester sion (House Hotel. They
the seven-man boardof On the agenda for the 2 Exchange Club. The following were overnight guests of
directors of Key Roy- meeting--not a dinner account IH from club member Edwin I D.
ale Club, Inc., at a meet- meeting--will be resultsof the West Chcstcr-Paoll Miller at his Colonial
ing of the stockholders of the annual election,the Dally Local News of Oct. Motor Court.
the club, held at the city copy for the decals, committee 15. "Last evening the cou-
office in Holmes Beach reports on the p M "Mr. and Mrs. CharlesA. ple was entertained at the
last week. division's beautification .Spcer are heading south dinner meeting of thcclub
Peder Mickelsen vice project, and several other I for their Holmes Beach, at the Elks Home, where
president of the club, announced important items. h Fla. home, after a detour they were presented with
that dredging All members are urgedto over night in West Ches gifts and the key to Went
operations are expectedto attend. ter. Chester.
start in Key Royale CancelledThe "Yesterday they were "Ila yrnomJ S. I llmelrlght I
pass within a few days, Meeting 'kidnapped by membersof Jr., president, introduced
part of the construction of Octobqr meeting of the West Chester Exchange the Speers and with the
the club's nine-hole golf the Friends of the Libraryhas Club as IH the aid of Jack WaxHon pre-
course. been cancelled. A date annual Boost Pennsylvania sented the gifts Including.
A report from the greens for the November meetingwill Week custom of the miniature handcuffs for
committee, headed by Dr. be announced soon. New home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tripp on Hibiscus local organization of business Mr. Speer. 1).1 lHy Local I
Huth, indicated that a pro- Street Anna Maria, which was the subject of an and professionalmen. News Social Editor Mary
posed layout of the course Senior RepublicansMrs. appeal to the Board of Zoning Adjustment last week. Mat ee r Went officially
has been well received by Wilfred A. LcPagc, Story at right hand side of page. ISLANDER PHOTO) "After being 'picked up' welcomed the traveler
the committee, which is former member of the along. the by-pans at Oak, and gave to Mm. Speera
interviewing golf course board of directors of the bourne Road, following. a brass key pin. She explained
designers and builders Manatee Memorial Hospital visit to Freedoms Foundation that the pin,glvl'n
before arriving at a final will speak on the new at Valley Forge, (Continued on Page 2)
decision. Medicare laws at the din
Howard S. Adams,pres- ner of the Manatee County
ident of the club, reported Senior Republican Club, to ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

on the increase In the be served at the RamadaInn *..., ..''''..11T.
number of stockholderssince Palmetto, Monday ..,.
the previous meet- Nov. 1. at SI.75perpl.1te. T*.......hwia
ing, and the financial For reservations for an H- ,w. HI'I.
condition of the "interesting meeting and
corpor- 12--76
Oct. 80 78 82 79 None
ation. an excellent dinner
Oct. 13--74 78 70 80 79 1.2
At present there are 96 members and guests are
Oct. 14--68 72 68 74 78 .S
stockholders who are eligible asked to call E.: Dcloa
Oct. 15-69 74 76 81 78
None
for membership Wetmore of Holmes Beach
Oct. 16- 76 81 75
82 78
None
when the course and the at 778-1753 before Oct. Large dredge which moved into the Bayou this week CXI. 17..-70 80 75 84 78 None
clubhouse are ready to 29. Everyone Is invited (to start preparation of the site of the Key Royale Oct. 18- .68 78 74 78 79 None
open in about 14 months. i to attend the meeting. i Club's nine-hole golf course ISLANDER PHOTO)




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Page 2 t THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 21, T1

"'1- Bells i H
fY'r i 1' ryy4' ,fN a ?er w- 'covet andCockle


r 'ltells a

-r And HOW does your garden grow 11

This past week we've had a forewarning of winter tt
weather--cool, windy days. Did the thought suddenly H
occur to you that you need a windbreak to protect your Y'
more tender plants? U you live in a thickly populatedarea
your neighbor's home and his plants usually will nl
f rr "J* '.UL'-: provide adequate protection. However, many plants '
that are lush in October will be nude in February if c,

.. ... ..-' your home is in an exposed area.For some, building w
: ,- :.u, 'L'f'. Italian freighter Sebastiano Venler, anchored off a fence is the solution. For those who sing, "Don't S
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:y ..F. ..; Egmont Key recently, as it awaited a turn at the Fence Me In, planting a windbreak may solve the a 1
.rid. -adYUS docks in Tampa. (ISLANDER PHOTO) problem.To .
develop a dense windbreak, the long L
Flag officers of the Island Power Squadron who will overgrown
PERMIT APPEAL branches of your bushes should be cut back severely. g
assist H. C. chairman in and
Benjamin, welcoming Development of tree form should be
directing the activities of the delegates and membersof (Continued from Page 1) pointed out the propertyis discouraged. s I
When buying plants, look for the
the Fall Conference of District 22, U. S. P. S., to Tripp in a letter dated zoned commercial, and branches. Don't shrubby ones with S
be held in Bradenton, Oct. 22 and 23. Seated left to June 4, 1962. The letter it is better to have a many plant too close to the boundary i
right are: Lt. Commander George C. Scherrer, N; was signed by Walter R. residence on it than to line and do give your plants plenty room to spread ,;
out. What to plant for a windbreak?My favorite
Commander F. David Boozer, S, and Lt.Commander Talley, city attorney, advising have "a gas station or a is shrub
Edward Hauber, N. Standing, left to right: Howard Tripp of the action hot dog stand." ligustrum.'round. glossy,evergreen foliage is beautiful :1
Ganzemiller, AP, secretary, and Robert R. Moses, and stating in part: "youare Attorney James Wallaceof attacked year In twelve years fve never seen it D
insects
S, treasurer. ISLANDER PHOTO by L. B. Rivers) granted a varianceand Bradenton, who repre- thick by or disease. Ligustrum forms a al
allowed to build any sented Lacios, was askedif hedge in a reasonably short time, is easily bl
building you desire up to his client wanted the trimmed to shape, has low nutritional requirements, UI
the property lines." building torn down, and makes a perfect background forfloweringplantsand Sl
is Inexpensive and almost always on sale at one of the
The board confirmed its he replied, "I will advise w
earlier recommendation.After Mr. Lacios of the board's local stores or nurseries.
the hearing,Tripp decision." Other plants which are evergreen and particularly tt
adaptable for windbreaks on our Island are pittos- al
porum, Surinam cherry, some species of junipers,
ISLAND COUPLE ., the yew podocarpus, and carissa. On the Gulf many C
(Continued from Page 1) cation. gardeners plant pine tree hedges which are fast
by Ball and Ball of Whit- "Mrs. Speer,a graduateof growing and salt tolerant oft
ford and Mateer's Gift the University of Kan- ala
Shop, West Chester, is sas, indicated the impor- w
the same gift presentedto tance of being active, as
the Miss Pennsylvania she read several of her
m
Halloween Costume DanceA pageant contestants each own poems, some having se
year and indicates the claimed prizes in Florida ti tc
Halloween costume which were Mrs. J. D. door to West Chester is women's clubs competition. ec
dance will be held at the Webb,Mary Lynn Sterner, always open. In this instance eJ
Island Youth Center on Kathy Shanafelt, Cindy for both Mr. and "An invitation was extended of
Friday evening, Oct. 22, Newcomb, Mel Tison and Mrs. Speer. to their new
beginning at 7:30. Music Tim Rotolo.A "The honored guests Chester County friends to hIeJ
will be furnished by the class in puppetry will provided an amusing and visit the Speers at 206
popular band The Ones.'' continue because of the interesting part of the club 69th St., Holmes Beach The Christmas pepper plant (Capsicum frutescens)
Debbie Hamer, chairmanof interest shown. All who program. Married fifty and enjoy the year-round is easily grown from seed and will make a beautiful
the entertainment com- wish to attend can begin years, Charles and Ruby bathing in the Gulf of Mex- potted plant for the holiday season. It fruits and
mittee has announced that with making heads from Speer are former school ico Just 400 feet from flowers at the same time with the fruit ranging in
prizes will be given to the paper mache. Recordingof teachers. Most of their their home. color from yellowish-green to purple, and when fully
boy and girl having the voices will assist those time together was spentin "The evening's program ripe, to brilliant red. To keep the plant blooming over
best costume, and also a Interested in the Christ- Springfield, Mass., included an Illustratedtalk a long period of time, remove the peppers as they
prize for the most origi- mas program. prior to retiring to Flor- by Mrs. George Kin- begin to shrivel.These plants also will make excellent
nal costume. Admission Because of the interest ida. They have just been ney featuring Chester additions to the garden or patio. They'll add a spicy I
.. will be at the usual rate. shown in the art class visiting their three chil- County homes and places.She touch to your barbecue and are said to be a gourmet
The committee for the during the Bummer,it has dren in New York, Long was introduced by food for mocking birds.
ALSAC benefit dance held been decided to continue Island and New Jersey, Thomas Loomis.
last week want to extendits this subject. All those and getting better acquainted "When West Goshen po- I
thanks to all those who interested are asked to with 15 grand- lice officer William D.
helped to make the eventa contact the directors in children and three great Estes stopped the couplehe
success. person, or to phone 778- grandchildren. On was aided by club
Paulette Webb and Mar- 1908 anytime Tuesday Wednesday, they were at members Herbert SmithJr.
ilyn Tessier headed the afternoon from 3 to 5:30. the World s Fair. ., Miller and Loomis.
committee, members of "In his talk to the Exchange Also on the walkietalkieteam
Club, Speer, a were Wasson, Jos-
Gloria Dei ChurchThe Unitarian Service graduate of Kansas State eph Strickland, Frank
College and for many Hamilton, Dick Irvin and
Rev. Lester M. Utz, Speaker at the Unitarian years an instructor at Bay Dick Conner.
pastor of the Gloria Del Universalist Fellowship, Path Institute in Spring- "At the signal to stop One plant I must find space for is the showy Yellow
Lutheran Church,will deliver Sunday, Oct. 24, will be field, recommended that along the highway, Speerwas Elder, with Its large clusters of bright yellow, bell-
the third in a seriesof the Rev. Paul Wagner.His men especially think completely confused shaped flowers. Many of these are in bloom across
sermons on the Beati- sermon will be entitled ahead to retirement with since he claimed 'no the bridge, but I haven't seen one on the Island. This
tudes at the 10:30 a.m. "What Makes A Person the thought in mind that guilty action on my part,' fast-growing shrub will grow six feet in one summer.
worship service Sunday, Religious?" they must keep busysoasto and when the club gifts It needs protection, however, andmaybcfrost-bltteni
Oct. 24. It will be entitled Adult services and the be out o( the way of were presented, Mrs. If the temperatures fall below thirty degrees. U I
"On Having The Right church school both meet their wives. Speer makes Speer said: 'It is just cold-damaged, then pruned back when warm weather I
Enemies," based on the at the Palma Sola Com- and collects violins,a new like Christmas.' comes, 'tis said It probably will put out its annual! '
Beatitude, "Blessed are munity Club building on field after years in edu- six feet of growth. Because this is not an expensive]
they which are prosecutedfor 71st Street NW, Bradenton plant, perhaps It might be considered expendabl
righteousness sake; at 10:30 a.m. each YOU CAN WIN A (like second lieutenants). Near a cape-honeysuckle ,
for theirs Is the kingdomof Sunday. Everyone is Invited with Its orange colored flowers, the yellow elde
heaven." to attend. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAW blooming at the same time should present a fierjfS
picture on a cloudy fall day. J '
, PLUS ANY OF 900 OTHER PRIZES IIIMcCULLOCH'S S ,
We Told Him "Yes1"I How does the meadow-flower its bloom unfold? "
# Because the lovely little flower is free
Down to Its root, and, In that freedom, bold.
$100,000 TWIN WIN SAW DRAW William WordsworthSee
am a resident and a voter but I am not a
home-owner. Can I join your Association ,
m\W\ mH m you next week. f -J
help towards your good work? lie is a --GINNIEBE
prominent citizen who desires to remain

anonymous. (Name on request). Win twicel) Over 1200 prizes In alll A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER
325 new McCulloch chain saws will be given away THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE l.
Every complaint, from member or non- in local drawings. Plus a national drawing for 900 SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH ;1
member, is investigated and, when Indicated, other prizes, including: an International Harvester WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S. ;.
reported to the responsible official--mayor, Scout RCA Victor 2-way radio Savage rifle, GE Call 7782021. or write: Box 757. Anna MarU. Fla. :
alderman,city engineer, clerk or attorney. We 17-transistor radio, 15 foot ski boat with trailer tM
ask for suitable action but cannot compel It. and McCulloch 75 hp outboard, a 1966 Pontiac The Islander
Tempest sedan,an RCA Victor home entertainmentcenter "'
Bulletins are mailed to members when and many more. 'See your McCulloch chainsaw An Independent Weekly published
deemed necessary. Presently Bulletin No. 3 dealer for the details and see the all new every Thursday by lifE ISLANDER ....1fIII.'Jb.: "
is in the mails. It should be of keen interest MAC-10 Series chain saws that make all other PUULISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine PIID'4..
to everyone who pays taxes In Holmes Beach. lightweights overweight and out-of-date. 'You Avenue, Anna Maria Island Florida
Available to non-members on written request. must enter before December 15, 1965, to be eligible EDITOR: STEVE KIMI3ALLaaADVERTISING -;
Address, Box 1754, Holmes Beach. for the Twin Win Saw Draw Sweepstakes. MANAGER: *2 ...
MARGE KIMNALL7* h
RlSSell's Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna
HOMEOWNERSAssociation Farm Supply Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 ; 1

335U1Kntcred 9".1f"IiOIl .'
of Holmes Beach Palmetto, Fla. as Second Class matter '
under the Act of March 3, 1879


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October 21. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3


High Twelve ClubDr. Woman's Club Island Kiwanis Epsilon Alpha ,..,h.. .,(' j" .o}'.",j' .:'.\'.,..."):Ii.1idIir'1o". ,...,.'<.
Edgar W. Huth of Members of the Island Epsilon Alpha Chapterof ; ;: .: ;\ .: ''j.,," I'
Holmes Beach will tell ofa To Sponsor Kiwanis Club soon will Beta Sigma Phi met last ',1"\. .. t'l"\,". .,.wiIt.'jj.l..ft ,,
recent trip to Alaska, dedicate, and salute at week at the home of Mrs. I.}
"
Illustrated with slides, at Card PartyMrs. each weekly meeting an Robert Hoffman of Holmes .I-
the meeting of the Island Edgar Dupont, American flag which has Beach.Preceding the bus-
High Twelve Club, to be chairman of the benefit flown over the Capitol in iness meeting, a programwas
held at Pete Reynard's card party to be sponsored Washington.The presented by Mrs.
Yacht Club Restaurant,at by the Island Woman's flag was received James Clark, chapter
! noon, Thursday, Oct..21. Club at the Anna Maria last week through the efforts president. She introduced
I. At the meeting of the Community House at 7 of Kiwanlan Allen William Endriss who gave
,; club on Oct. 28, guests p.m., Wednesday,Oct.27, Dreyfus who received it a talk on life insurance
will be members of the has invited all men and from Senator Gale W.Mc- benefits, using statisticsand
Sky Crest High Twelve women of the communityto Gee of Wyoming.Wrappedwith slides to Illustrate
Club of Clearwater, attend. All proceeds of the flag was a certi- pertinent facts.
and their wives. The Rev. the card party will be usedto ficate showing that the During the meeting it
Lester M. Utz, pastor of purchase equipment for flag actually had flown was announced that a
I Gloria Dei Lutheran the Island Youth Center. over the Capitol building.The moonlight cruise would be
Church, will speak on the Dessert will be served, flag will be dedicatedsoon held on Saturday evening,
subject, "Hex Marks The and table and door prizes at a club meeting,bya Nov. 6, for members and
1 Spot." The Rev. Mr. Utz awarded for a donation of member of the club,the guests. Mrs. Harold
is of German descent, and $1 per person.To Rev. Lester M. Utz, pas- Chapman,ways and means
I was born and raised in make reservations, tor of Gloria Del Lutheran chairman, told membersof
I eastern Pennsylvania interested persons may Church.At plans for the annual
I among the "PennsylvaniaDutch. call Mrs. Dupont at 778- the same ceremony, Christmas charity doll.
." With the use of 1695, or Mrs. Frank the club will receive a new Mrs. Hoffman reportedon
slides, artifacts and sym- Schroeder, at 778-2675. Canadian flag from a club a party that had been w'M
bols, he will tell of the Players are asked to member,Charles Hulse of given at the home of Mrs.C. .
unusual and sometimes take their own cards. Ottawa and Holmes Beach. E. Brewer for guestsIn
strange customs and folkways Delegates to the District Flags of both the United September.A .
of those people.All 14, Florida Federation of States and Canada are social hour was en-
Master Masons and Women's Clubs meeting, displayed at each meetingof joyed. Members attendingwere
their wives are invited to to be held at the HolidayInn Kiwanis Clubs,and both : Mrs. Clark, Mrs.
attend both meetings. Tuesday, Oct.26,will "America" and "God Hoffman Mrs. Chapman,
be Mrs. Alfred Dirkman, Save The Queen" are sung Mrs. Don'Melltn, Mrs.
Cub Scout PackA club president; Mrs. F. following the pledge of Clayton Bower, Mrs. Ron
meeting of the leadersof Lee Thomas Mrs. Frank allegiance to the American Kilberg,Mrs. Jim Ayers,
Cub Pack 7 was heldat Schroeder, Mrs. Ira flag.Roser Mrs. George Norwood and
the medical center last Mishler and Mrs. Max Mrs. Fran Maxon.
MemorialGuest
week. Tentative plans fora Cole. Alternates will be
spaghetti dinner were Mrs. George Tann Mrs. minister at Roser regard to curriculum.The
made. The dinner will be James Sipolskl and Mrs. Memorial Community Morning Worship Serviceis A+
served during Novemberto Herman Storrer. Church on Sunday, Oct.24, at 9 a.m., followed Immediately -
raise funds to purchase Mrs. John Donnelly of will be the Rev. A. T. by Sunday
TIME OUT OF SCHOOL--And how it Is spent by
equipment and craft materials Holmes Beach was wel- Lawrence of the United School classes for per-
of the the Island. (ISLANDER
for the membersof comed as a new memberat Church of Christ in Avon sons of all ages(includingtwo some youngsters on
the pack.A the last regular meetingof Park. The Rev. Mr. Law- adult classes). The PHOTOS)
pack meeting will be the club.Thursday rence has been at Roser Youth Fellowship meets at
held at Gloria Del Luth- Church to advise the staff 7 p.m., Sundays, in the
eran Church at 7 p.m., Oct. 21. of the Sunday School in Youth Room of the Church. 1 1exa

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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October 21, 1965


Guests aftffie MotelsNOMAD Waiting For StrikeS



MOTELi Mr. and Mr*. Elmer Boehm of Cleveland. Ohio. Mr. Y
and Mr*. Thomas Vaughn of Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mra. J. A. Nylandand
Mra. A. Carlson of Pompano Beach. Mr. and Mra. Frank Berry and
Mr. and Mr. John SabUton of Winter Haven.S. .
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mra. M. E. Whalen of Spangler, Pa., and
daughter. Mr. and Mra. John M.Utteta of New York City.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELt Mr. and Mr*. John C.Johnson of Sarasota.
ROD REEL MOTELS Mr. and Mra. John P. Brockman; John L.McCaryand
T. C. William, all of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Frank T.Kerahaw of
Elyria Chio.MERRIMAC.
ON THE CULPt Mr. and Mra. V.Taasero of Dearborn.., Mich.
. Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Taden of Beloit Wl*.
EAST O* THE SUN Mr. and Mra. Lewis Troop of Fore Wayne.
Mr. and Mra. Henry Lou*of Madison Tenn. Mr.and Mra. John Almqulat
of Chattanooga. Fred Crowly of Bradenton. ,
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELs Mr. and Mra. M. Shneetof Breton Woods, N.J.
. Mr. and Mra. John Norris of Holyoke Ma**. Mr.and Mr*. Clinton S r.. '
Elmore of Holly N. Y. Mr. and Mra. Dan Parker of Jersey City, N.J.
GABA APARTMENTS Mr.and Mra.William Llnstead and William Barberof -,,.. I .
Stlllwater. N. Y. ..,\'! ,
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTELt Mr. and Mra. Peter Stickley '
of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Swlnhart of Van Buren, Ohio. '
John P. Blddle of Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mra. John C. Thompson of
Orlando. Mr. and Mra. Frank Leach of Elgin 111.
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mra. C. E. Ryan of East Peoria, m. Mra. 1 1
Anne M. Ganhar of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Robert*(er of Lakeland. PELICAN PIER PARTY--At the Anna Maria City
Mr. and Mra. Joseph A. Anderson of Montrose, HI. Mr. and Mra. H. 1 Pier, that is, where the almost tame birds gather to
Dwart of Monroe, Pa. Mr. and Mra. Fred Hart of Aahevllle, N. C. ', ;;
"" '....f .. "' ', wait for a handout by friendly fishermen. (ISLANDER

ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUESISLAND .. ', '!' ,' PHOTO)

MIXED LEAGUE B. Phillips 162 ; ., --
By winning four point In its bland W. Miller 161 ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
Car
Mixed League match with Anna Maria P. Geyer 1S7 JLantucapt Lie **..** Electrical
Electric Friday evening Rod fc Reel M. King 156 Contract
Pier moved up Into a two-way tie for and
/ l/.llalie. Cull Drive Pin Awe
first place in the league landings, HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) et nwe
High scores In the match were Art B. PhilllpI .79 P. H. RICHARDS I L.ROYFERGUSONPHONES
King, 187 George Dries,S38,and Roy P. Hottmln .58 : Oer 778-2143
Ferguson, 198, Roger Haynes, 198- I. Dries 441 P. 0. BOX 374 NleA* 771-2039
538. M. King 439 ANNA MARIA FLORIDA1Oi&am
Other scores: Anna Maria City Pier W. Miller 427 THE BIG ONES
4, Schuchard Plumbing 0. (Lefty Mil H. Bertet 418ter Ew
from the end of 1.
Fishing
199-562; Ray Schuchard, 223- D. Warner .16
567). I. ICllberg .16 the nearly completed pier
Dick Wagner Realty 3, Connlck'a B. Schmidt 405 Ze.de
at Sixth Street South Bra- .
TV 1.(Dick Wagner 183.Bud Hottman. P. Chapman 398 ,
506: Chick Chapman, 166-473). denton Beach, a few days P f1
Mlra Mar Drive-In 3, Island Marine HIGH GAMES MEN) left y BUILDERAnna
were to right
Supply 1. (Bob Benet 200-506;Frank R. Schuchard 223 ago ,
Moc. 188-505). B. Bertee 200 above: Jim Spencer, Dale
Island Bus 2, Sand Bar 2. (Andy L. Miller 199 Coyle and Alfred Coyle
Rumuaaen, 189-530; Byron Arke- R. Ferguson 198 Maria 778.2557
bauer, 185-535). R. Haynes 198 all of Bradenton Beach.
Webb' bland Pharmacy 2, B K L. Miller 196 When picture was taken
Hardware 2. (Dot Davidson 185, Ed R. Haynes 192
Haverko, 510; Donna Hufflne 166, A. Rllmullen 189 they hadn't caught much,

Judt Kllberg.,416)." P.A. Mac 187 188 but were still optimistic.At Mr. Lucien of LUCIEN'S Coiffures
King (,..... DottU' ft
LEAGUE STANDINGS R. Schuchard 187 right, five-year-old *)

Rod fc Reel Pier 16 Dale Coyle meditates as Wishes to thank all of our customers for th
Dick Wagner Realty 16 HIGH SERIES (MEN)
Island Marine Supply 15 R. Schucbard 7Connick' he fishes with tree branch continued patronage and the warm enthusiasm

TV 15 L. Miller 562 pole, and waits for a big which they have displayed during the time we
B k K Hardware 12 R. Haynes 538
Mlra Mar Drive-In 12 G. Dries 538 one to strike. (ISLANDER have spent remodeling our Beauty Salon.
Anna Maria Electric 11 B. Arkebauer 535 PHOTOS)
Call in for
Anna Maria City Pier 10 A. Rumuuen 530 or drop your appointment.
Island Bus 10 E. Haverkoa 510 AMPLE PARKINGFREE
Webb' Island Pharmacy 10 B. Hoffman 506
Schuchard Plumbing 9 B. Bertee 506 HAIR CONSULTATION BY MR. LUCIEN.
Sand Bar 8 F. Moc: 505
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HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Ied4e4
C. Coder 186 Dick Wagner Realty Rod k Reel PierD.
Davidson 185 Anna Maria Electric B It K HardwareB. 4J01 Pin. Av.. Anna Mario P...... 771-2311
Schmidt 170 laland Pharmacy Mlra Mar DriveInD.
Huffine 166 Sand Bar Connlck' TV
D. Warner 166 UUnd Marine Supply A.M.City Pier
B. 162 Schuchard Island
Phllllpa Plumbing Bus
II Reynard's PHELPS NURSERY
ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE Pete Restaurant 9.5
Schuchard Plumbing kept It* first Webb' laland Pharmacy 6 '-
place In the laland Bowling League The ISLANDER 5.5 DEEP SEA FISHING Shrubs
landing by taking three point from Flowering
the Island Bank Monday evening.High TOP TEN GAMES :
scores In the match were Bob Adair P. Davldaon 246 ..:
AIOARD
THE
20 -I62: ; Frank Davidson, 246614. J. Spencer 233 ADMIRALS & Palms
Other scores VanOatonbrldge B. Guild 225
Builders 4, The ISLANDER 0. (Chick J. Wulchet 224 '( 'FORthe
Chapman 202-577; Kayo Kedlng.216K.. Kedlng 216 TACKLE AVAILABLE-
SS2K J. Wutchet 213
Webb' laland Pharmacy,Tropical A. Raamussen 210
Vista 1. (Jim White, 190. Rick Smith B. Adair 205 lUN H COUNTER ABOARD island
.171 Bob Guild 225-558). E. Schmidt 203
Cra/ Econowaah 3, Bay Area InC.. Chapman 202
Frank 184, 778-2726
urance 1. ( Smalley. phoM
Emmett Smalley, 497; Lloyd Manson, wUlcheIOP TEN SERIES Jftt PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE nI-l 501
199, John Dutyachaver, 462). J. 621
Rosen Men' Club 2.5 Pete ReyP.. Davldaon 614 ltivtsT:00 fro.
nard' Restaurant 1.5. (Bud Green, J. Spencer 583 .... CORTEZ
189-543; Larry Beach 194-500). C. Chapman 577
Bayou Marina 2, Island Marine SupB.. AdaIr 562
ply 2. (Ernie Dradow 194-555; Jim B. Guild 558 FOODLINERQuality
Wulchet, 224-621). E. Bradow 5)5
K. Kedlng 552
LEAGUE STANDINGS B. Green 543 'u & Variety
Schuchard Plumbing 18.5 E. Schmidt 542
Craya Econowaah 14.5 "
Tropical Vista 14 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
laland Bank 14 Island Marine Supply VanCktenbrldg SPICIALS OCT 2122.23
Bayou Marina 13 ISLANDER Island Bank
VanOatenbrldge Builder 13 Schuchard Plumbing Roser M. C. BEST PlACE TOnNANcEAImMEI

Bay Area Insurance 12 Tropical Vista Bayou Marina Morrell Pride Fresh Lamb Shoulder Roost.-LL..49g.
Island Marine Supply 12 Pet Rsynard's Criy'a Econowaah
Roast Men' Club 11 Bay Area Insurance Island Pharmacy Morrell Pride Freak Shoulder Lamb CKop.-Lb..............S9.

I. Center Cut Rib Pork" Chopc-Lb.................................69*

LEGAL NOTICE Small Loon Spore Rib*..Lb........................................49Cwdahy .

Statement of Ownership Management and Circulation of The ISLANDER Conned Picnic Hom*-3 Lb 10 Os............... SI."

published weekly, at 314 Pine Avenue,Anna Marla Manatee County. Florida IGA Quality Tomato Julc.6. Ol............................. 28.

October Name of 15,Publisher 1965. The Islander Publishing Company. 314 Pine Avenue MANATEE COUNTY IGA Appletowc ((303)-2 for.......... ......................... 23.
Anna Maria Florida 335011 Editor and Managing Editor.Stephen Kimball IGA Hond Peck Tomatoe (303)..3 Con ,or................. 88.
240 Gladiolus Street. Anna Maria Florida. The ISLANDER I*owned by I Claras-Limit 1 Order-Holf-Catlon........................ Iff
The Islander Publishing Company, a Florida corporation stockholders of .
Pillsbury Flowr. Plain or Self Rl.lno / $S Or. 3 Lb.38
which are Stephen B.KlmballandMarorWP.Klmball. both of 240 GladiolusStreet
Anna Maria. Florida and William C. Kimball 1202 Lake Avenue.
WUmette, Illinois. No bondholders, mortgagee or other security bolder ICE-CUBES & BLOCKSERNIE
Total number of copies printed each Issue (average>)>. 1800. Average paid
circulation term subscribers: by mail carrier delivery by other mean
during twelve month preceding the above date 1.078,average sales through CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Maria 773-1925
agent, new dealers, or otherwise, 397, average free II t Jlj
average total number of copies distributed 1,764. Total number of copies
printed for Issue neareai filing date I.50.Paid circulation for thai Issue to
term subscribers 1.133 sales through agent. 614 free distribution. 32,
total number of copies distributed 1,779. 8a'ltcMtc4. Tmc
.
Above statement certified a* to correctness and completeness by StephenB.
Klmball. president and editor. Maria 778-2423
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SUSAN ENGEL daughterof S CHARLES T. VERMETT son of Mrs. Mary D. .M .
Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeEngel VerMett of 408 Clark Drive, Holmes Beach,has been e ga a't.'ltw
of Peppertree Lane, promoted to the rank of airman first class in the 1 1Ir Y r rY
' Anna Maria, has received United States Air Force. VerMett graduated from
word that a poster she Manatee High School In 1959, and attended Manatee
made has won in statewide :, Junior College. He is assigned to the 11th Weather
competition.The Squadron's detachment at King Salmon Air Force
poster which Susan k Station near Naknek Alaska. This site is near the S
designed and drew for a Y mouth of the Naknek River on the upper end of the
contest sponsored by the Alaska peninsula, just west of Naknek Lake. Some of
W.C.T.U., on the dangerof the finest fishing in North America is to be found
driving while drinking, there, especially for the famous Alaskan king salmon.
won first place in the art MRS. ALTHEA DeNOYELLES of Marina Drive,
classes at Manatee High Holmes Beach, has returned to her home on the
School, where Susan Is a Island after being away for five months. She visited
senior. It later won a her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
countywide competition, ". Diefenbach, and family in Rye, N. Y. for a month,
and then won top prize in then took her grandson, Michael Diefenbach, with
the statewide contest. her to California to visit his cousins,children of her
The poster has now been son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. .t
sent to Washington for DeNoyelles of Ontario, Calif., where they stayed for Happy youngsters enjoying a"'n outing at the Manatee
judging on a countrywideSUSAN ENGEL four months. County Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
u t.'ftlft<&a& MR. AND MRS.RUSSELLSHUMAKERof Holltdaya-
STEVE deWOLF of Rockford, 111. and Anna Maria, burg Pat have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Templin for a few days.
a former member of the staff of The ISLANDER, Bob Cable of Aqua Lane, Holmes Beach. MRS. E. M. BARRADALE of 72nd Street, Holmes
has recently joined the staff of the Pompano Beach MR. AND MRS.J.C.SNYDER have returned to their Beach, has returned from New Providence N. J.
Sun Sentinel as news editor.He received master's home on Spring Avenue, Anna Maria, after several BOBBY HAWKINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
degree in journalism from the University of Iowa. months in Crumpler, W. Va. Hawkins of Chilson Avenue, Anna Maria, has been
MRS. EARLE CROMER of Crescent Drive, Anna awarded a baseball scholarship for his senior yearat
SPECIALS Maria, is expected to return to the Island soon after the University of Florida. Hawkins was a baseballstar
visiting her children and their families in Wisconsinand at both Manatee High School and Manatee Junior
THUISDAY-FRIDAY-SATUIDAY Illinois for the summer. College.
MR. AND MRS. M. E. MINER are now occupyingtheir MRS. E. C. BLISS of Key Royale Drive, Holmes
Bathing Suits Bathing Trunks home on 77th Street, Holmes Beach, having Beach returned to the Island a few days ago from
Womens & Girls (mens) returned here from a summer In Erie, Pa. Hart, Mich., where she spent the summer with her
( ) MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BOSS, who have spent the brother and sister-in-law, MR. AND MRS. GEORGE
slits 30 to 36 summer months in Holland Mich., are back at their POWERS, winter residents of White Avenue.
lEG home on South Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. MISS HELEN BRADLEYand MISS BERTHA BISHOP
VALUES $5 o VALUES $2 50 MR. AND MRS. GLENN SAFFORD managers of of Avenue A, Dradcnton Beach, are expected to reach
TO $9.95 EA. TO $3.98 EA. Gulf Park, last week flew to Petoskey Mich to visit the Island next week to spend the winter here. They
have been In Port Clinton, Ohio for the summer.
Flats Wills Eltctric DAVID R. CHASE of Shell Drive, Holmes Beach,
Italian
Straw Hats has returned to the Island for the fall and winter

(leather) (metis) SIZES 6jTO 7y2 201 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH after spending the summer in Orwell, Ohio.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT B. COLLINS of 75th
SIZES 5ft U 9 lEG PHONE 746-5071 Street, Holmes Beach, have returned from Laconla,
lEG Commercial Residential or Repair N. II., where they were for several months. On the
$199 VALUES
VALUES TO 99it EA way home they spent a month visiting friends.
$3.99 EA. TO $2.98ISLANDYARIETYSTORE MRS. J. DIXON TAYLOR of 116 -78th Street,
ATTENTIONOil I Holmes Beach,has returned home from Sturgeon Bay,
I INC. & Gas Space Heater & Furnace Repair- Wis., where she spent the summer
Ceramic Tile Baths Cleaned & Refinished--
778-1021 Water Pump Ser. & Other Home Maintenance V/ouW BEACH APARTMENTS

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE MAKING A SPLASH-- W

OP INTENTION TO BOARD OP EVALUATION "Cleo," a young Great

BERNARD MISSION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME The Board of Evaluation of the City Dane, lopes through the
of Anna Marls. Florida will meet at
does hereby certify
The undersigned
(CATHOLIC)
shallows the r
along Bay
that IM intend to conduct a repair the City Office on Monday morning.October .
"... FroncU F. WelssUllef and retail business under the fictitious 2s. st 11 A.M.. to side of the county beachat b1n
name of JIM DANDY SHOP at the evaluate city owned property. Members t
MASS*SUNDAY S & 10 on Island Shopping Center. Cult Drive of the board arts Mayor H. G. the south end of the
WEEKDAYS I .ra Meyer Commissioner Eugene Con with her .
Holmes Bosch. Florida and that said Island playing
HOLY DAYS am & 6
pm
Gertrude BlassingamsandRalph Par-
firm Is composed of the following
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- person, whose name and pUce of nab real estate brokers young master, Jimmy
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm residence are as follows James I.Wb1ta. FRANCES V..AXa.I Rossi of Lakeland. All

Harvey Memorial awchN..O"'I..I..I n5-.5da Street, Holmes ___ City Clerk black from the end of her
( ) Beach Florida.
Beech Ownership of JIM DANDY SHOP Is NOTICE OP INTENTION TO nose to the tip of her
Bree'estes)
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
as follows i James J.White.
Rev A. W. II... It is my Intention to apply to the The undersigned do hereby certify tail, Cleo takes to water
SUNDAY Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for that they Intend to conduct a billiard like the proverbial duck.
and snack bar under the fictitious
World Wide Community Sunday Manatee County Florida to register room of SEABIRD (ISLANDER PHOTO)
name BILLIARDS AND
9lI5 am Sunday School the said name of JIM DANDY SHOP
SNACK BAR In the S ft. S Plaza
at
Service
10130 am Worship under the provisions of Chapter
865.09. Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. 5340 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach,FlorIda Women
and that said firm composed of Episco-dal ) wt ;, ..
Christian Sel... Sarvlco Witness my band this 12th day of v yy. } .s
A. IL Hows October. 1965. the following persons whose names
Community JAMES J. WHITE and places of residence are as follows: Plan BazaarThe
SUNDAYS Owner Dexter B.Jones and Lenora M.Jones,
9lOO am Sunday School 10-14. 21 li 31; 11-4. '65 both of 1603 Gulf Drive Bradenton Episcopal Church-
10145 am Service Beach. Florida. women of the Church of
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH NOTICE OF SUIT Ownership of SEABIRD BILLIARDSAND
The Annunciation have
SNACK BAR Is as follows Dexter
"... L.. "."'''. Pester CHANCERY CASE NO. 4 15342 57 B. Jones and Lenora M.Jones, each completed plans for their

SO .
SUNDAY TO THE DEFENDANT MILDRED percent.It
8i4S am Sunday School ELAINE CONATSER. c/o CARLDUGGERSBRONSTONKENTUCKYI Is our Intention to apply to the annual Holly Berry Bazaar -
9150 am Worship Service Clerk of the Circuit Court In and forManatee to be held at the
Si30 Concord Choir Florida, to
pm County. register
You are hereby notified that a suit house of the churchon
6130 pm Worship Service the said name SEABIRD BILLIARDSAND parish
has been filed against you In the
7130 pm Youth Program SNACK BAR undertheprovlslonsd
Nov. 19.
Friday
Circuit Court In and for Manatee ,
TUESDAY Chapter 865.09, Laws of Florida,
7lOO pm Church Choir County Florida which said suit is Acts of 1959.Witness Members of the committee -
WEDNESDAYS styled GEORGE SAMUEL CONATSER our hands this 12th day of
for the event are
plaintiff vs MILDRED ELAINE CON
4100 Intermediate CA COLORING AND
pm October. 1965. ti
7100 pm HA, GA. Sunbeams7lOO ATSER, defendant Chancery Case No. DEXTER B. JONES Mrs. Edward Lee, chair- PERMANENT WAVESPECIALISTS
pm Prayer Service 15342. andthatthe relief sought there LENORA M.JONES Francis Welsch @ofures
in la for an absolute divorce. Mrs. @ ;

R.t.r Memorial Ch.rchNamD.maiw.tl.w.l You are hereby required to file your 10-14 21 e. Owners 21. 11-465 Mrs. A. L. Genung and -
( ) answer. or other written defenses with
Mrs. H. M. Chapman. OUR STAFF
the Clerk of the Circuit Court for NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
THURSDAY Manatee County Manatee County beautiful and David
7130 Sr. Choir Rehearsal REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Many use-
pm
SUNDAYS Court House Bradenton Florida, on The undersigned do hereby certify ful articles will be offeredfor 4 Rosemary H-".,
9iOO am Worship Service or before the 22nd day of November that they Intend to conduct an automotive Annette Smith
lOlOO am Sunday School A.D. 1965 and to serve a copythereol business under the fictitious sale at the bazaar.CHOCOLATE .
KENNETH W. CLEARY of of 26th Morlta Edmond
7:00 pm Youth Fellowship upon name STREET MOTORS at
MONDAYS SCHULTZ AND CLEARY. 417-12th 4390-26th Street West Bradenton
7(00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Su W., Bradenton. Florida,plaintiff a Florida and thai said firm Is composed
WEDNESDAYS attorney. of the following persons whose HOUSEKARMELKORN :: vzd'S&S: PIAZA
10 am2 pm Mission Workshop Herein fail not, otherwise. a decree names and places of residence areas jDa
8 tOO pm Eve Circle pro confesso will be entered against follows Henry Cummings Jr., 10016 BEACH
Sandpiper Road, Bradenton. Florida; Hand Pocked let Croon PH 778-2586
you.WITNESS my hand and seal of slid Richard Zeeff. 2715 Lake Drive Bra- FINE CANDIESS
Church of Th. Annunciation Court this 18th day of October A.D. Benton Florida and John Ellens. & S PLAZA FOR APPOINTMENT

(Episcopal) 1965. 1706 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach,
Holmes Beach
M. T. McCinnls Florida.
Rov. Ger.ldlC.
.Low Doctor
(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court Ownership of 26th STREET MOTORSIs
THURSDAY By NeUe D. Mulock as follows Henry Cummings, ifill. ELECTROSTATICCOPYING
9iOO am Holy Eucharist19th Deputy Clerk Richard Zeeff and John Ellens.It .
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY KENNETH W. CLEARY Is our Intention to apply to the
IiIJRlMle
8iOO am Holy Eucharist Schultz and CJeary Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for driftwoodgalltries
10130 am Family Eucharist & 417-12th St. W. Manatee County, Florida, to register i'

Sermon Church School Bradenton, Florida the said name of 26th STREET MO- Ittttrs ................ 15( p.r copy ill slits
Gloria Doi Luth.ran Church Attorney for plaintiff TORS under the prO'lI.lon.ofCh.pter
10-21 .28,11-4' 11. '65 865.09. Laws of Florida Acts of 1959.
Rev. Latter M. Uti, Patter Witness our hands this 29th day of LEGAL ................... 25* per copy 1ft X 14
SUNDAY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING September 1965. Invittt' You To

9tlS am Sunday School The City Council of the City of HENRY CUMMINS JR. PREVIEW OURDISPLAY LEDGE ................. 3St p" copy 11 X 17
I0t30 am Worship Service Bradenton Beach, Florida will hold a RICHARD ZEEFP
11130 am Choir R.h.ar.al Public Hearing on November 4, 1965. JOHN ELLENS 10 Copies minute While wait
at me Fire Hall after the regular Owners FOR THE SEASON per you

meeting of Council the, for thepurponeof close '9-30. 10-7,14 t 2165 Imparts Ires) ..., n...,.... ..... Blueprinting Rubber Stamps & SuppliesGold
action to
ATTENDTHE taking on request ... .. .. .
NOTICE OP INTENTION tllel Slims frent r .r.
or repair a portion of the Road from REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ...... New' ..l* fal ashtrays ...Mrs.s. Stamping, Notary PublicJ.
Gulf Drive at 20th Street borderingLots The undersigned do hereby certify 4 .(.*. Strip ...Ir.... ......
1, 2, 3, 4 6 5, Blocks, Dexhurst ,
that Intend to conduct a tourist V. COKER PHONE 746-5221
they
CHURCHOF Subdivision and Lots 10. 11 6 12. court business under the fictitious Cortti M. & ROth St., W. 4

Block 4, Ilexhurst Subdivision. name of TARI-O COURT at 3605 Gulf Ph. 744.JS1S
2406 9th St. W. Bradenton Fla.
City of Bradenton Beach Drive Holmes Beach Florida, and ,
Bys Sophia L. Carochers that said firm Is composed of the
YOUR City Clerk following persons whose names and '
10-21 t 2t.6SUNCLASSIFIED places of residence are as follows :,

Eire Ames and Evva Ames, both of .
CHOICEBUILDER 3603 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach. Fla. FURNISHING YOUR HOME <*
....u. p.y.s.t nulr" Ownership of TARI-O COURT Is as
follows Ears Ames and Ewa Ames,
S USH-H.OQ..50 .1.1.! each 50 percent.
ft Is our Intention to apply to the
OR JUST ADDING
-
FOR SALES 25-Foot Seewalled Boat Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
Slip on Canal in Anna Maria. AlsoCabin Manatee County Florida to register
OF HOMES
Cruiser reasonable.Phone 7783419. die said name of TAKI-O COURT
Houses .. ..!)!la for IsUnd Hun McCsllum.FOR under the provisions of Chaster
ell MO.. ...4 conditions.Remodoliftf. RtNTi Unfurnished 2 DR, 163.09. Laws of Florida Acts of 1959. GLAMOURESTby
Additions & large living room Florida room,elec- Witness our hands this 29th day of
....1'.. Trustworthy tric kitchen, bullt-lns, gas heat, carport September 196$.
and utility roomwell landscapedgrounds
AMES
EZRA
estimates ,I"..*>. and planters. In single family EVVA AWES MALONE
NORMAN ROSEDALE zone In Holmes Beach.$100 per month. Owners
Anne Morio 771-1410 JOHN B.PROTIIE': ,Registered Real '-30: 10-7. 14 21. 'n

r tate nrnkt-r+Phnnn T7H-2M1. NOTICE OF INTENTION BOX SPRINGS &

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
SINGER Electric Sowing' PROPERTY MAINTENANCE The undersigned does hereby certify MATTRESSESQuilted
that she.conducting: s recall business
Machin. In console cabinet MOWING, EDGING ETC. under the fictitious name of ISLAND

Ilk. n... Sows forward SEWING CENTER at 3314 Gulf Drive inside and outside
KEN FELLOWS Holmes Beach. Florida, and that said
and r...,... All
firm Is composed of the following Climatized for Southern Climate
attachments for
making Phone 778-2894 after 4 P oM. person whose name and place of residence

buttonholes, ilg-iagglng are as follows Beulah M. Bodybracer Box Spring
and fancy stitch designs. WANTED TO DUYi AU U. S. Coin. Conlon 409 17th Avenue Palmetto,
Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins of
Florida. 100% Foam RubberY
Fully Guaranteed. Con bo any Country or old Medals. Tokens, Ownership of ISLANDSEWIIdGCEN-

soon In your .... Moke 8 etc. Byron. Bizarre Bazaar, 2403l TER Is as follows: Beulah M.Conlon.
monthly payments of $4.91 -14th St W' ttradentan aUktmls Ph 747-211t.. It Is my Intention to apply to the Y
of Cloth
ALTERATIONS on Clerk of the Circuit Court In and forManate.
will discount for cash. Air
or Ing. Also Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs. I
County Florida, to registerthe
Writes Croe'lt Manager. 122 Prink Beard. Phone 778-1 iH. said name of ISLAND SEWING

South CI......r Rood, FOR SALES i .22 Caliber Marlin Rifle CENTER under the provisions of F FRIGIDJURE
with 4X Scope, cleaning tip and case. of
Chapter 863.09. Laws Florida
Largo ....M.
,
In Excellent Comlltlon.Cill778-1QU7, Acts of 1959.Winer .
WANlVut A companion to lIv. In. my hand this 3"h day of
MF e't i Phone 778-1392. October:
SALES Oxv-Ft. Sisal Rug in 1963.BEULAH ... CONLON I
"omUtlon. 13. Call 778-1890-
Bill
Stewart WANTtDs Gentleman would like .a0-7J 11..21 Owner. 28.63Reasoner& Complete Furnishings MOTOROLAFurniture
room and board with retired couple.Holmes .
PHOTOGRAPHER Beach preferred. Phone 778-
2804EARNADUITlUNALlNlOMBTCarry
Dealer

s Su Petersburg Times morning paper
\ route. Ideal for retired,semi-retired I
-: -
}
or person presently working who can -
devote s few hours to this pleasant Radio
i] work. Age no barrier. Dependable AnsonTelephone Carpets !
transportation and cash bond required. .cJ! : --
Write or phone Jim Bavender. 1220
a 14h St, w. Rrsd.nan Call I 7430791ar G
STUDIOi THREE FLUFFY ?KITTENS P i iAn --JI Draperies -
ra-.NEED GOOD HOMES.Phone
3308'3rd Avenue West 17 -2I51. P0rTV
Florida COLLECT CCXN57- ,
Bradonton. 744-0651 or 746-911oTfter 5
CALL CUFF OK DAVE
Tel. 746-2318 PHONE 778-3MO DIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. Accessories


tb o 1 I

JACK IMSHJflAMCst ZICKAFOOSE AGENCY You Like Good Service? Lamps SERVICE ON ALL


Your Car Swept Out? I

Phone 755-5349 MAKES & MODELS

Residence 7S5-S5JJ Windshield Washed?


AUTO OWNERS Oil & Battery Checked?

Am oilcan "..-c. Co.i E t

Then It's T\ i(96 Furniture & Appliance

SR22 Fom F. y.

Flrs.mcl.lR.so.msiblllty. .. THOMAS ( ) BLUE WAVE Your Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales t Service Dealer

Requirements. I

Filed s.... Day 1607 Gulf Drive, Bradenton Beach 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1267

OPEN 7 A.M I. f P.M. 7 DAYS A Will



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October 21.. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page-7 I




\ISLAND REAL ESTATE I


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-OWNER SELLS-
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE One Year Old 2 BR 2 Bath Home.
INSURANCE COMPANY
Excellent Condition Large WaterfrontLot.
$I.. II" ,
',,'te' V.."r Jt12lb ... (Rote ,".",''',,, May be seen at 521 71st St.

St. West IRADENTON. FLA. ,..... 743-4541 W. .. BECK 778-1989



Gtorft W.er REALTY NEW LISTINGJust

ltU.d Skipping c....f
',r. 2 listed a fine buy on large SEA WALLED
ONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 612 ANNA MARIA CANAL--2 DR, 2 DATIS.! Closed garage.
C*..E........Ito..B..rAil. .. BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA ROOM. BOATDOCK.;
.. _...
Hk.JU t Nicely furnished and the price for a LIMITED
TIME IS ONLY 17500.

NEW HOME ? PARRISH REALTY

ALTN H. fAJUISM. ..... PIGGY ""HASH MOOU. AtMcteM
,"SIW No--but you will say"OrandNew"when you
see it.Two. Pictured above is the new home at 538-70th Street, .... OHke PIe... A... Marie .....: 771-1902
I y Holmes Beach, in the Day Palms development,which
bedrooms, tile bath, large living room, was completed recently for Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth W.
stainless steel kitchen, dining area&Florida Knott, formerly of South Dennis, Mass. Home was
Room, oversize garage and boat slip. built by the Wm. D. Lee Co., and is on the point 1
which extends into Key Royale Pass, and the patio- 'PU4t
$13,500 swimming pool area affords an excellent view of the je
Key Royale Club golf course now under construction.
JOHN B. PROTHEROttflsttrd Drand New, Custom Built,Canal Front Home.
Reel! Estate Ir.k.r-S.les ft Ititils Three Bedrooms, two beautiful baths,excep-
Here's a Buy tional construction. Dream Kitchen,separate
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach dining room, Florida Room. One-cargarage,
CUSTOM DUlL Canal Front Home, 1,800 central heating and air conditioning,excellent
square feet: 3 Bedrooms, den, 2 Baths, seawall and dock. Professionally landscaped.
Beautifully Landscaped Lot. Many extras. Owner being transferred.
Low Down Payment. 778-1530 or 746-6119. $30,000 UNFURNISHED. Furniture extra If.
Don't Want To Bother Wifhy desired. Shown by appointment only.Mahar .


! Car Every Time You Shop? This Is Living Rlal Estat.

IHTH MAHAI 110 MAHAIItjhttrri
JV: See this comfortable 2 BR home
5400 Gulf DriveCONDOMINIUM !..! Islets .r.'.,

on beautifully landscaped lot at Clued. ........,

Holmes Beach Shopping Center, 7702 hit Irhrt, Mats ...c. 771-IISf
Model Apartments
yet on a quiet street.Completely '"
furnished .. Open 9.5 Every. Day

'p $14,500 wifh TERMS umonr mrmnT COOP InspectSEE

) 5400 GULF DRIVE
t Gertrude Blassingame
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
T.lepkeee 771UllVANOSTENBRIDGE
Fran Maxon Associate
!INA WILING PHONE 778-
;)... ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA .JI_ 'V/

t! & SONS

New PACEMAKER Model Builders JACK HOLMES, Realtor


OPEN AT Key Royale Custom Building and RemodelingIsland 4101 PHONE MARINA 77L1441 DIIVI

ItuiUen Since; 19 W.

Holmes Beach, Florida HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Aaron John

778-2528 778-2822

GULF FRONTOne

Have Your PAINTING

Done By EXPERTS! i

HARRY M. RIFE

LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR
I
..... n..,14' Aww. M.,..



ISLAND SPECIALS
I Only $16.800 will buy this new 1966 PACE
MAKER MODEL HOME, now open on a 2 II H....2710 Aft I $14,000
non-waterfront lot on Key Royale. Thin price of the Island's test located, EROSION FREE,
, Includes lot, lawn, landscaping, driveway, 2 II "....2714 Aft C $14,000 Waterfront properties. Lot 60 1 400, from Road to
walks, central heat and air conditioning, tile Gulf, with full Foreshore 4 Riparian Rights.
roof, unique combination of a Florida Room 4 Apti .. tht ,.If $2ffOO Beautiful eroalon free beach. Two Mcdruoms,
and screened porch, enclosed garage, Two Oaths, Air Conditioned, Tile Rouf, Full
separate utility room and two high-style 2 II "....2210 Aft I $11,500 Garage. Attractively Priced to Brine Lstate.;
bathrooms,with a kitchen conveniently located Term Arranged.
J between patio living area and formal dining 2 11.1 V3 Ittfc ".....305.55. St $15,000
room. The model has been furnished and is OPEN FOR INSPECTIONSee
open at 604 Ambassador Lane on Key Royale, Look these
dally, 10 to 5. and Sundays, 1 to S.D.v.kp over 531 Key Royale Drive.This lovely Bedroom,
They Are All Good Buys 2 Hath Waterfront Home with the DIG VIEW la
priced to .elll Terms Arrantrrtl.No ClfnH/ *Coats.

THEN SEE JACK MARSHALL lulfer


DICK WAGNERTel. J. O. Muncr Broker Salesman

Ellen Marshall; Keg. Salesman Mgr.M .
.a, B.iU..s' R. a..1 Cttot. B..e Realtor
778-2863 &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
Phone 778-1917 2217 Out OHIVC BHAOCMTOM BCACM .





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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday October 21. 1965

I, ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Have AHalloVtl..n art

from a BOARD to a BUNGALOW" rc9JI tJ- 'int, pr, ,rn,, me. card party or just a party ,

OCTOBERIs
ISLAND SHOPPING CENTEROctober we have
Island BeautificationMonth All the fixin's

WE have PAPER-STRAW-OR WHAT HAVE YOU

rriii what YOU Is Island Beautification Monthon FROM NAPKINS TO PRIZES
EVEN BROOMS
-bILL need andIIIIJWE ANNA MARIA ISLANDCloseOut

are j .dolllU we gift and mail wrap

O'IINsaturday on FREE
-
\..-: \-t' hM drtxb..rFaIIfashionst
Beach UmbrellasOily
afternoon...

5 To Sill
fro* delivery

Holnts Beach Sepplies lie. REG $39.95 NOW $24.95

Lumber & Plywood cut to your size ft arriving daily ... ,
..
7781131COMPLETE REG $22.95 NOW $19.95
Slacks Shorts
LINE OF LUMBER,HARDWARE AND .
BUILDING MATERIALS NOW $14.95 \ .,
REG $19.95 -
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach .\, ,J\,..,. Slack/ Sits

Telephone 778-1019 .v'I W Dresses,& Shifts

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE

ISLAND BAKERYBREAD.CAKESPIESCOOKIES
Phone 778.1771 Days '
Dusters be0
778.1440 Nights -

HOLMES BEACH Baked Fresh Daily /$1 4 I/I by \

AAA Service Mechanic .M
DECORATED CAKES 4 Lj1
NEW and USED CARS DON'TL------I \
for For All Occasions FORGET V
Friday Night Fashion show
PHONE 778-2616
at the Yacht Club
(
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f '

DESIGN YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS"STYROFOAM 'I ,;, ,
,.":' ,/ "
QUALITY TELEVISION FORMSQJEWELSIEADSSEQUINSGLITTER.PAINTS LA,..., .':'' ......
,... ; 7781161ISLAND
\ K MET ALiC NETTING I FOIL aIC ..r rw.n.Ur r eA
COLOR TV WPft come in and get some ideas

CONSOLESTAILE SANITATION SERVICE
-- (U ANNA MARIA HOLMES Adi)
MODELS 1r. .. '. 778-1020 Monthly S.rvict Qorft-PER UNIT:
H G'org.&V.to Pint.. C.--$2.2S-E.ch AUItl'Ml Cw 1.00
-AND McDonald Tld.S DISCOUNT...., ...IF,PAID..,...ONC... .TEAS.I A IN K ADVANCC.

A VARIETY ..elaaaG3t crol.Iv
We Arc OPEN
-
OF "IJ I OUR STAFFS 778-1380
.
May Hau.ntUln Winifred Culnn (
PORTABLES Linda Br..c. Marge Hall Marge Karkhoff /Island SEWING
WALK-INS WELCOME MANICURIST ON DUTY
;V;,; % CENTERCome

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Our in and get acquainted 2nd watch

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. for our OPEN HOUSE

favorite PHONE 118.3110'eu ta' ee ./ .

IN THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER
MANATEE COUNTY rubberstamp


WATER COMPANY, IHC.Telephone. lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES
BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
\
OCTOBER Is
PAINT UP CLEAN UP FIX UP
Month
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
fir A CM! Rifmhir Slip I. M 5.. Us

8 8 Ex18Af E8CHI WALKER'S GIN FIFTHS 3 for $10.00
771-2022 REN'EA TEN HIGH FIFTHS 3 for $10.00

P riv2te
100I FIFTHS 3 for $11.65
Cellar

Gin Vodka, Cordials fifths $2.99

iuscii 1
FALSTAff 6 Pk 89*

i/lrea insurance ILACI LAIElJ
Bay Bavarians Bock Beer $1.26 6PK
- - - - -
Business Office 7780023
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida 778-1697 77M548 FREE DELIVERYWE
closed saturda at noon COVER THE ENTIRE ISLANDK