Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA. ISLAND ,


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good



No. 656 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1964 TEN CENTS


Wood-Designed Pier At County Beach Completed Defense Of H. B. Suit Discontinued .. .

- .; The Holmes Beach Board of ately advise the City
c J- Aldermen at a meeting of the Attorney Clyde C. Goebel
board Tuesday evening votedto of the firm of Crimes
Instruct City Attorney Clyde Crimes Goebel 81 Parry.
Goebel to discontinue defense Bradcnton. Fla.. to withdraw .f
of a suit against the city. any and all pleadings
4 Filed as a result of the vacating which he baa filed for and

r of 70th and 71st Streets On behalf of the City of
by the city in Junes 1963. the Holmes Beach Fla.. in that
suit was brought by a group of certain suit in the Circuit
residents headed by Charles Court of the Twelfth Judicial -
A. Speer. Represented by Rob- Circuit in and for
ert Marshall a Palmetto Manatee County. Florida
attorney the group in its suit styled. "Charles A. Speer.
asked that the vacation of tho et al.. Plaintiffs vs. City
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two streets be set aside. of Holmes Beach a Mun- .
k In two hearings in Manatee icipal Corporation of Florida -

+ County Circuit Court before et al.. Defendants"
rww' dF''R "' Judge Robert E. Hensley. it Chancery No. 13S0 and
was ruled that Marshall did that the Mayor also Instruct -
: L L1 ? not show sufficient cause of said attorney to
action. At both hearings Judge make no further defenseson
Hens ley allowed Marshall behalf of the City and
x1 time to amend his case. Last that withdraw as attorney
-1 week Marshall filed an amended of rbcord.
suit. It is understood thata Two resolutions passed at

hearing is pending althoughno the meeting provide for paving
.:. date has been set for it. 81st Street (Shell Drive), and
Following Tuesday's action White Avenue and Aqua Lane.
by the board of aldermen. All three streets will be

Goebel said the status of the paved at the request of a
"' two streets would be decidedby majority of property owners
'if
,,, -, ... Judge Hensley at tho hear- and tho entire cost of the

.. .,,,".. ing.A. projects will be borne by the
-.__...: A---a." w .--_..*.t i.- .11 -' % -',- ..... copy of the resolution owners of abutting property.
Final components of 460-foot antierosionpier Designed by Groveland erosion expert.Sydney follows: Work is tentatively scheduledto
and groin at Manatee County Beach were Makepeace Wood the structure is the first of BE IT RESOLVKD. by the start about July 1. hearing
Installed this week by the County Engineering its type to be built in Florida. Many similar Board of Aldermen of the on the estimated cost of the
Department. Concrete components for the piers of Woods design have been used very City of Holmes Roach work will bo held on July 23.
pier were prefabricated at the County con- successfully in the northern United State Florida that the Mayor be Paving of Holmes Boulevard
crete plant. Installation of the structure and the British West Indies according to and ho is hereby instructedand between Gulf Drive and :54th
almost entirely unnampcrca n... ttwr.j.A....+4..--rt..Wood..""'ahu"'ha.'tec1 the- requested to immctll- (Continued on Pago 2) fsed
was completed In about nine weeks. When Island a number of times has said that
Installation was begun. County Engineer John the quantity of sand nearby as well as other A.M. City Passes Seawall OrdinanceA t.
Benson estimated Its cost would be "about contributing factors arc better at the County

35000." Foreman Larry Ballard of the Beach than at any of the other places where new ordinance in Anna authorizing tho city to pay -

County Highway Department supervised the such piers have been installed hence an Maria City will provide for $5: per load for fill, and for
installation. A definite accretion of sand near excellent build-up of sand can be expected in standard seawall specif ica- use of equipment necessary to
the beach end of the pier is already apparent. a reasonably short time. (ISLANDER PHOTO) tions. The ordinance, read fill some of the mosquito
for the first time at Monday ditches.
Yacht Club Safe Cracked evening's meeting of the city The fill will be furnished by

; commission, was passed to tho County Antl-Moaqulto District -
Second Time This Year a second reading.The and the equipment by thee
.
ordinance outlines th :I County Highway Department.
A total of $687 was stolen
from Pete Reynard's Yacht specifications which must be:> City Clark Mrs. Frances
used in building now seawall i Maxon reported a total of
Club Restaurant in Holmes
and bulkheads and enforce- $21.404 on hand and on deposit
Beach some time early Sun-
day morning.Mrs. ment of its provisions. A copy f and bills totaling $1.818 wore
of the ordinance is availablefor ? approved for payment.
Reynard who openedthe
study at the city office, It was reported that the dead
restaurant
early Sundayto
supervise cleaning of the Vice Mayor Harvey Meyer,, pine trees city-owned prop-
r building discovered I the who presided at tho mooting; arty wore being topped andi
break. She called Holmes in the abacncoofMayoriamo i I removed. The work I* Bono
Beach Police Chief W. II. Ferguson, reported that the 1 I mainly on the weekends and
Snooks Adams. city had received from Holmes IM progressing well.

A metal money box had been Beach an outline of tho pro- Some work on tho walkway
taken from a light cabinet posed consolidation of Inland to the city pier has boon done
safe after the doors of the police department, but that recently with some of tho
safe had been forced open. no meetings had been calledon dock planking replaced.Mrs. .
the matter.Outline prInted Maxon said Wednesday
According to Reynard, the -
contents of-- tho box consUtcd on Page 2 of thin laauu3; morning that tho preliminary

rF.t of the change and small bills A special meeting of the city discussion of thetentaiivoclcy
needed at the restaurant over commission was scheduled for budget for tho next year could
the weekend plus a pay enve- Wednesday forenoon Juno :3). not be completed until the city
to dlacujui a tentative city learn tho total aaaesamoncof
lope or two which had not been
distributed. budget for the next fiscal year. real property In the city
Adams and Also to be considered at the mo It can sot the race for Its
,.... Deputy Mike
Prlcto. Identification officer special meeting was a request ad valorem tax
".1.c. -....../wy .... of the Manatee Sheriffs for a repUt of part of the Anna Maria l. the only cityon
County
.....-4.... r... R..r.HeI Well Bay Harbor Subdivision. the Island which assesses
Department who is assisting
_. 6s1. ecJ.t a. An emergency resolution was an ad valorem tax. It IMMMI
Adams in the
_I, fir' .r..1.... T.ppiths. Investigation, passed authorlxing Commissioners the valuation assessed by the
..... I.ft M,4..... Mil. said entry to the building was
Robert which
Muses and
R. County Tax A* Mor.
P.4.... //1.w.111s..1.. 0"c. gained through a Jalousie win-
Tom McKay to sign' checks for are not available until later In
.. .1 I'. 11...,_ cs..r. w.y dow on the weal side of the
t"'" D.p.w..w1.1s. The thief removedseveral the city if r esaary. the summer. The city lax race

,'* ,..... .... ... ". 0.,.. W. He 3..1.Ai. of the gla. slats d Another resolution was pas last year wax four mill.
.. .1k Jt ., Hea-.
0..tysts
-'" the window which 1* nearly
..." .lw. ..11 I .... '
-- au feet from the ground. AMHA MARIA ISLAND VCATMCJIT
..ow "'c" c... .... ........,...
After
the
wa7_. ...-. "...... getting through .
.
.
.. window Into a small store +pr.. rsr .......
1.4 .I..l.c. 1. +'-t
.. Ie&...M....... ..,........ room the thief broke a panelin lam ..... fpm ...,.
.i1si..i.d . .... a locked door leading from May 24..73 n 91n 90 eo Nuns
..... ........ (Is.LAlf 0 E. the storeroom Into the kitchen a.c..7 s7-.,i maa 90 atO Hens
PHOTOS) of the restaurant. ? wy zla IMIff I 90 noto Nuns
Adams said that Prleto found way 2'u fit M an 91 Nuns

some "good fingerprints" May 30..tt3 M as 00 Hon
wh ti>e jalousie and on the door May 31..'TC tat 89J 00VI Nuns
of the safe, which"might" aid
leas Jn Mbt {*) HoneYongo
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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday June 4. 1964

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H. B. Land Purchase RecommendedThe DEFENSE OF . .
Continued from Page 1)
Holmes Beach Board of Aldermen at the regular (
authorized. The ,
Street was :
meeting Tuesday evening voted to have a land acquisition project will cost from $1OOO
committee continue to negotiate with owners of a 313acretract i,
of land Immediately north of the city office. An explanation to 1500. MerrillTritt
of the matter Is contained in the following letter from Board President

Former Mayor Carl Scott a member of the committee to resurfacing reported that Key a contractfor Royale is

of Aldermen
the Board :
I recommend that the City make a formal offer to the Drive had been awarded of to -i,
Co.
owners of the parcel of land directly north of the present Asphalt Contracting
City Office property to buy said parcel for the sum of Sarasota at a unit price of
52 cents per square yard.

4000.The owners are five in number: F. B. Giles, J. E. Holmes Construction Co. will I ? .
of the
the shoulders
Holmes Jr.. H. G. Holmes K. F. Karel and Peder grade
Mickelsen. Each has an undivided interest but not all in street.A .
request for special use
the same amount. of 25-acre site on
a
zoning
The parcel is an irregularly shaped piece with a
for of a
building
boundary on the south where it abuts the present City Key Royale
property of 210.36 feet; a frontage on Marina Drive of golf course was approved. If
started within
the course is not
376.62 feet; a frontage on the east, where it abuts the ,
board will
the reconsider -
unpaved street known as Marina Way which is betweenthe two years : '
'
,
the There 'I . :'
parcel and the airstrip of about 370 feet (this may change. I:'; 'i..
have bcen,jslightly altered in the last layout of Seaside were no objections to the .J"." 1'1' f 1k ," : "t
,...
Gardens); and a boundary on the north where it abuts on change.An i : I" ,,'
the Seaside Gardens plat of about 562 feet (subject to ordinance was passed to :
.
of Florida I : ,... ) *_ y,
the p .
adopt provisions /At. '
The total is about 1 .
same check as on the east side). area ..' .' {
Statute 104.34 as of thecity f"a : < ; ; :
part ,. I y'.." I' i
.. .. .
3-1/3 acres. / .: I..,
This parcel together with the airstrip which is In the election laws. It is to > .,
..,
become effective immediately. 14: r: .... .".
; .
same ownership, are lumped together into one item in the nII', '''", II
number is Another ordinance was passed :t' ,_,
Tax Assessor s book. For 1963 the item ....
63-67952 page 4529. Total assessment $4,000. What also to become effective ;qgsrJJ& '., '
portion is this so-called "recreational area," and what Immediately to set maximum t,
is the assessed valueof speeds on several principal
part is the airstrip not given. But
this parcel cannot now be in excess of 2000. streets. The new speed limits
An offer of twice the assessed value is certainly a on Marina Drive are 25 miles
fair for the And of per hour between Gulf Drive
one owners. a park area, at a price
front Drive is for and 57th Street and 35 mph
$U_ a foot on Marina not unreasonable
the between 57th and 85th Streets.A .
City to pay.
The City would agree to a restriction In the deed limit of 35 mph also will be ISLAND SCENE (Camera Study by Miss Carla Romeike)

limiting the future use solely for municipal purposes the maintained the entire lengthof

parcel not to be sold to private parties. Palm Drive.
The City would agree to maintain the parcel as a parkor Mayor Elmer G. Twist reported -
recreation area. that the city's water

In case all the owners would not agree to so unre- supply was greatly improved.A .
stricted a deed the City might concur in a restriction report given by City Clerk

which would prohibit any buildings on the area, except fora Mrs. Pauline Archer showedthe
strip 100 feet wide along the south border. This would city had on hand $19,422
<
give the City an area In which in company with the after a $5,000 certificate of .,.'lot.-../ yt
presently owned City area to build a fair-sized assembly deposit was purchased.
building. Three new preliminary plats

To bring this matter to a head I recommend that the submitted by Key Royale Inc.

Council agree to make a firm offer to the owners. were approved.One .
The City.'Attorney should be given a description of the was for a boat basin at
property and should be asked to draw up a proposed formof the end of a canal where small
offer, and suggest a form of deed. parcels will be sold to individ-

Not long before he retired as mayor early in 1963 Scott uals for open boat storage. The
suggested that the city explore the possibilities of purchasing second plat was for Key Royale

the acreage in question for future use as a city park. Sixth Addition, and the third
.
for Key Royale Ninth Addition.

Outline For Police Organization Both the latter are laid out to
meet the city's R1A zoning t

- FOLLOWING IS THE OUTLINE OF TilE PROPOSED requirements according to
ORGANIZATION OF AN ISLANDWIDE POLICE FORCE. TO Alderman F. B. Shell.
BE FORMED BY A CONSOLIDATION OF TIlE POLICE Alderman Harry Varley ask-
DEPARTMENTS OF TilE THREE ISLAND ed that the road committee
CITIES. The outline
was sent by Holmes Beach to the Anna Maria City Commission consider some additional workon ISLANDER PHOTOS by R.n. R.don
for study aqd consideration. the city's shell streets. He
said that $2SOO had been spent -
1. That an Island Police Commission be formed to include on them early in the year but (Continued from opposite side of page)

Holmes City of Beach.Bradenton Beach--Anna Maria City and the City of grader.that they needed work with a affected by changes In administrations. The sole dutyof

the commission Is make law enforcement(on the
2. The of this Commission to
purpose being to effect 24-hour Varley also reported that the of the
Island) more effective--to relieve the Mayors
police patrol and protection for the three cities. city's tree work was finished
and
3. That the police of tho three cities collaborate and work for the time being but that burden of the supervision of patrolling cruising
vigilance of the three Police Officers 24 hours
directly with the Island Police Commissioner. private citizens had spent City
A. The Commissioner to be appointed by the three about $1,10O recently to cut each day.J. .
That all Island Police be In like uniforms all to
City Mayors also two Deputy Commissioners who and remove dead pine trees.
will serve in the absence of the Commissioner(3-Year He urged that other bear like Insignia viz, Anna Maria Island Police.

term each alternating as Commissioner). owners check the condition property of K. That all police cars be uniformly and" perman-

?;3I? B* It sbU be the Police Commissioner's duty toact7 trees on their lots, pointing ently marked "Anna Maria Island Police.
fcnr liaison officer between the Mayors and the out that the so-called hurri- L,. That the hours of the Police Officers shifts be

Sheriffs Department. It shall be hla duty to supervise cane season started June 1. determined by the Police Commission.I.e.,alternating
proper cruising and patrol and be directly responsiblethat Varley showed some pictures hours for actual patrolling and such time as necessaryfor

a Police Officer Is on duty 24 hours a day and of some short street-ends that extra-curricular duties.

that said Police Officer can be contacted by radio owners of adjacent property Notably absent from the outline of the proposed new police
through the Sheriffs Office at any time during the 24- had Improved by planting of organization is any mention of the qualifications of new

hour period seven days each week. That a daily patrol grass and shrubs, and by tak- police officers who may be hired from time to time as
record be kept by each deputy made In of the
triplicate so ing care plantings. He replacements when the present officers retire.
that a copy can be filed in each City Office.C. said there were six such street

Tho Commissioner shan cause to be publicizedin ends which were not connectedwith
each of tho three cities that to obtain immediate through streets, and suggested The Islander
police protection. phone the County Sheriffs that
office owners of nearby
746-7121' and such call will immediately be radioedto property should be encouragedto An Independent Weekly published every Thursday

polfca officer on duty.D. improve them by plantings by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
.That all Island police be appointed as Deputy but made to understand the
314 Pin. Avenue Anna Maria Island Florida.
Sheriffa by tho County Sheriff. city would not give up title to ,

B. That the Manatee County Sheriff Department them. EDITOR........_...----STEVE KIMBALL
contribute to the salary and car expense of the police Varley and Alderman Sidney ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL.
each City to ahare equally the amount not to be leaa Brown were appointed aa a
than $200 to each City per month. committee to work out details ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 737. Anna Maria Florida.

F. That each Police Officer be paid his salary by of the project. TELEPHONE: 778-2021.

his Individual City. George Engel for
applied a -
C. That the police commission will SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.30
appoint a fourth permit for a large Ughted sign
man (Auxiliary Police), to relieve the City police one at his new furniture atore on per year; $2 for six months. Canada, ,\ fjJ

shift each week-alao, during said Island Policea Marina Drive but the permit $5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES:
vacation period lllneaa, etc. will not be granted until the $1 per column inch. Discount of ten .... =

II. Aa Mayor and Chief law enforcement officer of location ia inspected by Aldermen percent for aixconsecutive insertion q ...
each City aald Mayor will constantly counsel with the Shell and Brown and If paid by tenth of following month. :;e

police commissioner In the moat efficient manner, to Building Inspector Ed Haver- National or agency placed advertising* __
effect law enforcement in the three cltlea.I koa. $1.26. per column inch.CLOSING IM'.
rtat s_
That the commissioner of police and his deputy Brown and Alderman John E. --- --a
commlaalonera servo without Their TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
pay. appointmentand liolmea Jr. will act aa a
tenure of office to laat aa loon aa the three City committee to see' what can be Entered aa Second Claaa matter under
Mayor consider them to. be efficient and conscientious done to Improve the boardwalk the Act of March 3, 1879.
In the performance of their duties and not to be and seawall at the west aide

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: THE ISLANDER Page 3

Power Squadron Woman's Club
Roser Church News 8 .... to 8 pa. W..117s:
The Anna Maria Island "A Time for Believing Roser Memorial Com- ,
Power has been 8 am to 2 p." Sundays
Squadron Learning and Doing the munity Church will open i iR
notified by headquartersof theme of the Florida Fed- Its annual vacation church
the U. S. Power Squadrons eration of Women's Clubs school on Monday.June 8. .
that the following was carried out throughthe Classes will be held from WfBB'SIsland
persons have completedthe workshop program 9 to 11:30 a.m., Monday
Squadron's Seaman- which was enjoyed by 158 through Friday the first :
ship Course satisfactorily. delegates from District week. The second week
They are: Members. 14 of the FFWC. at the classes will be held from Pharmacy
Charles Andrews; For- district convention heldat 1 to 3:30p.m. All children 5904 Marina Drive
rest C. Dickey; Clifford Outrigger Inn In St. from four years through :
778.1411..Nit I
778.2075
R. Enders (Sarasota Power Petersburg. Friday. sixth grade are invited to '
Squadron); NormanM. Mrs. Ira Mlshler.pres- attend. j. o. weaa. .'---c....
Franklin; Fred D. ident; Mrs. A. G. ""Jesus will be the
Genung; John V. Hullln- Birkman. first vice pres- study theme and In addi- r _
ger; T. Monroe Jones; ident; Mrs. Kenneth Tout. tion to the religious study _
James G. Louthan; JohnF. Mrs. Eugene W. Calkins. there will be time for .
Tobin; Charles E.McCormick Mrs. August Wagner and recreation era f t sandrefreshments. ,
and Courtney D. Mrs. Elmer Lundquist .
Young Sr.Apprentices. represented the Island .
who passedthe Woman's Club at the con- Continuing with a pro- FREE DELIVERY
course were Roger M. vention. gram started last year
Farrell and Donald E. The six areas of interest the Junior high school age yt, b r
Thurlow Jr. which were recommendedto young people at Roser : REGISTERED
Three women who com- delegates by Mrs. Albert Memorial Church will be PHARMACISTSON
pleted the course were Huth vice presidentof going camping this sum- : jM .
Phyllis C. Jones Fern the FFWC were: Con- mer. The first camping \ DUTY
Louthan and Ruth Wantz. servation of Natural expedition will be at the
Resources Education. Hillsborough State Park. AT ALL TIMES
Epsilon Alpha Fine Arts Home Life June 8-1O. and the second cit
Epsilon Alpha Chapterof International Affairs and at Highlands HammockState
otva1yf
Beta Sigma Phi held its Public Affairs. Park. June 15-17. 1" ws
final meeting of the sea- ''
son at the home of Mrs. MRS. SUE W. DRAKE. Camera ClubAn 11sv
James Ayers last week. 74, of 540 Key Royale organizational meet- oR tNS.
Plans were made for a Drive Holmes Beach ing of a new camera clubon iS.1
beach party for members died at a local hospital the Island will be held
husbands and guests held Friday. May 29. Born in early in September. Any-
Saturday evening.The New Jersey she moved to one interested in Joiningthe Pt Dermassage
sorority yardstickfor the Island from Plainfield group is asked to con-
the season was dis- N. J. two years ago. tact Rene Redon at 778- SKIN LOTION
cussed and completed. She was a member of the 1509. Milking contest of the mayors of the county at Mon- w/frcc dispenser
giving a three-star rating Island Baptist Church. day evenings barbecue at Hoods Dairy as a kickoffof I
for the local chapter. Survivors are a son. water. "June Is Dairy Month" promotion. Upper picture. s 79 $1.11
Mrs. Fran Maxon reported Earle Drake of Plainfield G r Iff i t h-CUne Island L to R. John Hood Bessie Reagan. Vice Mayor Buck sp
on the conventionIn N. J.; a daughter Chapel was in charge of Arbucklc Bradenton; Mayor Gordon Alderman. Palmetto -
Clearwater which she Mrs. Muriel Gatti of Concord local arrangements. Fun- and Holmes Beach Mayor Elmer G. Twist
attended recently. Mrs. .Cal.. and a brother. eral services and Inter- who (below), is shown as contestant with unofficial 1 qt. SQUIIISMINERAL
F. B. Shell reported on Larman Wardell of Clear- ment were in Plainfield. results placing him second. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
the service projects in OIL
which the chapter had
participated during the i REG $1.29 Slee;

year.Mrs. Clarence Strick- "COME ON IN...

land of Xi Alpha Gamma THE WEATHER'S FINE"I4r Strif.
Chapter was a at
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday. June 4. 1964

r and Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Schenk. all of Orlando...
All About People... Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and Mr.and Mrs. C. D.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. A. r ,, Johnson all of Plant City. ..Mr. and Mrs. C. wl
.. DuPree and children Mrs. E. D. Ward and Miss r } ; Nibert and family of Huntington W. Va. ..Mr. and
Dorothy Pennington all of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Rogers and family of Greenwood. Ind...
W. J. Doran of North Miami Beach...Miss Mary 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. Stanley Smith of Fort Meade..Mr..
Turon and Miss May I. Sadler of Bradenton. M and Mrs. W. A. Hall of Palm Bay.. .Miss Janet
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. j Biedinger of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. W.S.Ellis of
Eric Moore of Seaford. L. I.. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Callahan. ..John Pults and George Hampton of Col-
Daniel W. T. Cotte Sr. of Boon ton, N. J., who have lege Corner Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Alred and
been winter guests here for many years will stayat family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. T. E.Emery Jr. of
Bayview Villa until their new home at Key Royaleis Winter Park...Mr. and Mrs. J.N.Parks of Thonoto-
completed...Pat Morrow and party and RobertH. sassa.. .Mr and Mrs. John W. Hill and family of
Hudson and Lee Roy Yancey all of St. Petersburg. Mango. ..James H. Cross Sr. of Winter Haven.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Haywood _. ---fS_ S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Simmons of Wimauma...Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hines Faulk of Jeffersonville. Ga...Mr. and Mrs. Jack A.
and family of Hartford Ky.. .Mr.and Mrs.Schaentlelof Parker of Birmingham. Ala...Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Miami. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. F.Proueaua of Manatee Meyer and party of Glbsonton. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
...Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cox of Fort Pierce...Mr. Barber of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Lee Conley of
and Mrs. G. Wood and family of Palmetto...Mr.and Bartow.
Mrs. B. E. Andrews of Rockledge.. .Mr. and Mrs.J. High school prom-goers enjoying dinner at the WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Baisda of Highland City..Mrs. Ruth Reed and Holmes Beach Yacht Club before attending the recent Smith of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis and fam-
family of Lima OhJo.. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. top social event of the school year. (Islander Photo) ily of Loveland.- Ohio.
Jenkins of Tampa. MRS. H. C. BENJAMIN of 75th Street. Holmes
CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Atkinson of Madalln Philbert of Deerfield Beach. .Mrs. Maude Beach returned to the Island this week after a month
Tampa.. .Miss Kate Stewart and Miss Leonara Williams of Boca Raton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth visiting her sons-in-law and daughters Mr.and Mrs.
Stewart of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. James Cole of Rhodes and son of Lake Wales.. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barfield and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whatley of
Akron Ohio.PLAYA Kenneth Jenkins of Suches Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. H. Atlanta.
ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Art Kaple and Schlllingen of Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Battenorof CAPT. JOHN W. TIDLER of the Army National
family of Sarasota. Homosassa Springs. Guard whose parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M.Ella
EAST Of THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Gardon PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Amelio and Mr. live in Bradenton Beach recently completed a
and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dlffendarfer and family of and Mrs. B. S. Cotton of Bowling Green. Mr. and 39-week airplane officer aviator course at the Army
Churubusco Ind. Mrs. T. L. Cotton of Fort Meade.. .Mr and Mrs. Aviation School. Fort Rucker Ala. Capt. Tidier was
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Raymond C. Peterson of Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. trained in flying techniques and the tactical employ-
and Mrs. Milton Martin Jr. and daughter of Melrose Don Schllesman of Hamilton Ohio. ment of observation and utility airplanes. He is
Mass. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cartier of Orlando...Mr. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Fred regularly assigned to the 32nd Infantry Division's32nd
and Mrs. Robert Murphy of Antwerp Ohio...Mr.and Devine of Bradenton. Aviation Battalion an Army National Guard
Mrs.. Ronald Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Long of TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ford of unit in Watertown Wis.. where Capt. and Mrs.
Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Orrin G.Wilson of Tampaon Greenwood Ind. ..Charles Autel of Daytona Beach.. Tidier make their home.
their honeymoon...Mr. and Mrs. Lester L.Evans Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hogan and family of Lakeland. .. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A. MALIZIA of Key
of Sydney...Mr. and Mrs. Randall Williams of Fort Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lester of St. Petersburg...Mr. Royale left the Island early this week to return to
Meade...Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cook Jr.of Bartow..: and Mrs.-J. C..Ebaldo of Forsyth.Ga. .Mickey and their home in Nutley N. J.,where they plan to be for
Charles Varnuln of LJthia...Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Ann Sullivan of Orlando.. .Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shea several months. Mr. Malizia has asked The Islanderto
Henderson and sons of Plant City. Jr. of Gainesville...Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Borman of express his thanks to his friends in the area for
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lewis and New Smyrna Beach.. .Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith of their cards and other expressions of interest and
son of Dallas Texas...Mr. and Mrs. E. Tyre of Hallandale. ..Mr.and Mrs. T.Sandor of Toronto Ont. good wishes while he was recuperating from a recent
Lakeland. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. MichaelK. accident.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bybce Whaley; Mr. and Mrs. E. Bells; Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. JOE MIZEN of Bay Boulevard
and grandson. Jack Parker and Herbert Thomas all Edward L. Beck; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Futch and Mr. Anna Maria left a few days ago for St. Germain.
of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brehm of and Mrs. Robert G. Hilliard and family all of Lake- Wis.. where they will vacation for several months.
Largo...Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Osborn and family land...Mr. and Mrs. John Hedeloch; Mr. and Mrs. BOB CABLE JR. spent a week with his parents
of Odessa...Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brickley of Orlando Lorn D. Oxford Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Baldin; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Cable of 54OO Gulf Drive
...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollard of Apollo Beach... and Mrs. Calvin P. Cole;Mr.and Mrs. Carmen Cole Holmes Beach recently. He was on leave from the
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Capo of Palmetto. and Mrs. C. W. Robertson all of Bartow. .Mr. and Navy at Norfolk. Va., where he is stationed on the
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mrs. Edna Philbert and Miss Mrs. Frank A. Luppino; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hoke (Continued on Page 5))

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MORE ABOUT PEOPLE... daughter banquet, held .
recently at the Cavu Roomat __ J-
(Continued from Page 4) the Bradenton Sarasota
carrier Intrepid. Airport.
CHARLES VERMETT visited his mother. Mrs. Sandy is vice presidentof i .
Mary VerMett of Clark Drive Holmes Beach over Sub Debs; Sub Deb \ ....M
the weekend while on leave from his duties at Turner Sweetheart; a member of 1:

Air Force Base. Ga. National Honor Society; .. L .
PETE AND ELEANOR REYNARD of the Holmes Music Honor Society; ':' ,<<.-:'"
Beach Yacht Club returned home from Chicago Glee Club; Madrigal; 'M ,
Friday after attending the 45th annual national Club and is a three-year ''
I restaurant convention and educational exposition at Drill Team member.She .
McCormick Place. More than 6O.OOO food service and also is a former ,
I lodging operators attended the meetings last week to 'Miss Island Teen Queen J4 -
view the world's greatest array of food products and and as vice president of
equipment ever gathered under one roof. Sub Debs was in chargeof
I RAY HAVERKOS. son of all invitations for the
Mr.and Mrs. Ed Haverkosof past year and also head- :
Holmes Beach will ed the committee which MISS SANDY MARCHAND
complete his studies at arranged the mother-daughter banquet.
I Florida State University.June t DR. AND MRS. RAY GREEN of 56th Street Holmes
16. He majored in Beach left Monday for their summer home on Lake
i mathematics and has accepted Cobbosscecontee near Lltchf ield,Maine. On the way
a position with they were to attend the 40th reunion of Mrs. Green s
Radio Corporation of graduating class from Wheaton College Norton
America Missile Test Mass. Mrs. Green is chairman of the committee to
Project at Patrick Air arrange the reunion.
Force Base at Cape Ken- ' MRS. ROBERT SLATER of 75th Street Holmes
nedy. Haverkos was Beach left this week for Millbrook N. Y., where Ja.rtPRETTY
offered the position upon she will spend the summer.
completion of a compre- MR. AND MRS. TONY LYLE of New Orleans and
hensive test which he J their three children will be guests next week of
passed with an exceptionally Mrs. Lyle's parents Mr. and Mrs. )Harry Rife of
high rating. He will RAY HAVERKOSbe Cocoanut Avenue. Anna Maria.
the associate mathematician in the data program- CARLTON WILBY of 82nd Street. Holmes Beach
ming section and will begin his new duties June 22. will spend the summer in Haddonficld. N. J. ISLAND VISITOR. Jane Procbstlo of Schenectady -
MR. AND MRS. J. D. WEBB of Periwinkle Plaza. MR. AND MRS. E. W. LIVELY of 76th Street N. Y.. as she headed for the beach during a
Anna Maria are spending a few days' vacation at Holmes Beach have left the Island for the summer recent vacation in Holmes Ueach. (Islander Photo)
Hollywood. and will vacation in Bloomfield N. J.MR. .
MRS. HELEN GARRETT and Mrs. Ernest Hixsonof AND MRS. ROBERT E. CARLIN of Bay Boulevard MR. AND MRS. PEDBIUCKELSEN of Key Royale
Holmes Beach spent a recent weekend at Coral Anna Maria will spend the summer at Lake arc leaving next week to spend the summer In
Gables where they visited Mrs. Garrett's son. Junaluska N. C. Minneapolis.EARL .
Phil Garrett and picked up Mrs. Hlxson's daughter. MRS. EDMUND EASTER and daughters arc leaving M. MOWn Y. proprietor of the Island TV.
Elaine to bring her back to the Island after this week for Syracuse N. Y. They have occupied returned home a few days ago from a trip to the
working on the East Coast for several months. Miss their home "Down Easter" on Longboat Key for the New York World's Pair aa a guest of Phllco. Mowry
Hixson last week returned to her studies at Florida past several months. was one of :5.OOO Phllco dealers to whom the trips
State University.MRS. MRS. ED SITTS of Bradenton Beach will spend the were awarded for top sales of Phllco products. After
JOAN TANN of 77th Street. Holmes Beach summer months in Evansville Ind. leaving Now York. Mowry flew to Canton. Ohio,
returned home last week from a two-month trip to MRS. DAVID W. CRAFT of Shell Drive Holmes where he visited his parents for a few days.
Israel Rome. Vienna. Paris. New York City where Beach has returned to Cooksburg Pa., where she MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM II. LEE of Key Royale
she visited the World's Fair and Baltimore where will vacation until fall. Drive. Holmes Beach, will leave the Island Mondayfor
she visited friends for two weeks. DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. GRAY of Key Royale a three-week trip to South Dakota where they
MISS SANDY MARCHAND.daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Drive Holmes Beach arc leaving the Island this will visit their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Roy Marchand of Holmes Beach last week was named week for Lake Junaluska N. C., where they will Mrs. Paul Swanberg. and their two children.
"Girl of the Year," at the annual Sub Deb mother- stay- until early fall. .

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESA YACHT CLUB SAFE. . Gloria DeiLaymen
(Continued from Page 1)

BERNARD MISSION in apprehending the safe from 30 Lu-

(CATHOLIC) CITY OP RESOLUTION HOLMES. BEACHBE burglar. theran Churches of the
IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD Apparently the thief or Western District of the 11
Rev. Frolic F. WelenUlIer
OP ALDERMEN OP THE CITY OF jrJr
HOLMES BEACH. FLORIDA thieves made little dis- Florida Synod of the
MASS: 1. THAT Slat Street from Gulf turbance In breaking Into Lutheran Church in
Drive to the termination of theahelled
SUNDAY 8 & 10
: am road lying wholly In the the restaurant. A b 0 U t 20 America will gather at
WEEKDAYS: 8 am aubdlvlalon known M Holmea Beach large boats were moored Gloria Del Lutheran
let Unit. Block. A and B. epan of
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm even hundred (TOO) linear feet,more around three sides of the Church for their summer

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: or I.... ehaU be Improved by pavingto restaurant each with a Church at 3:30 p.m.,
a width eighteen (II)feet with a.oUeom.nt
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 Dm paving, work to begin number of passengers on Sunday June 7, for their t

approximately July 1. 1964. board. One of the boats summer assembly and
Horvey Memorial CnurchNonD.n.minationol :2. THAT thla aforesaid gist Street
I la hereby claaeed .. a Local Street. with a man sleeping on Its retreat.
( ) aa provided In Section 1 of Ch.pt.r30J9 Delegations of Lutheran
deck was moored only
Brodenton Beach Florida Statutee.. Special Act
Rev A. W. Simme of 1933. and the full cost of the about 35 feet from the laymen will come from
Improvement provided for In Section window through which the cities between Venice
SUNDAY: 1 of this Resolution aha 11 beaaeeaeedagalnet
the owners of lots abutting building was entered. and Clearwater. A two-
9'JO: am Sunday School this atreet. pro rata to their reepec- Adams said he checkedthe feature program in the
ca". linear footage along said street; 4
3. THAT there be prepared a Hat of area about 2 a.m. and afternoon will be followedby ,4
Christian Sclonco Socvlco the assessments to be levied baaed saw nothing amiss and a fellowship supper at
A. M. Cammitmlfy Hoveo on estimated casts with the Block
and Lot of each abutting property. that the security guard 5:30.
SUNDAY 4. THAT the date of Tueeday.June After a devotional
had per-
:
employed by Reynard
:23. 1964. be set for a hearing on this
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN action and on theee.._..m.n..nd walked around the building iod by men of Gloria Del
that lettera be written to the owners Church there will be a
SCIENCE SFRVICE. to Inspect It about the
of record of abutting property,advlaIng -
Gloria Dai Evangelical' them of this action and of this same time.Sunday's panel discussion on the
hearing. theme "The Ministryof '
Lutheran Church 3. THAT when final cpata of the break at the "
n..,. I..*'.r M.. u.... Paator. aid improvements have been determined restaurant was the secondIn the Laity in Dally Life.
at the completion of the work less than three months.A Those who will be on the
SUNDAY: the respective assessments shall be
reviewed and If the final costs ehaU similar break was panel and their topics .
9:15 am Church School be found to have exceeded the _d.
discovered by Mrs. Rey- are: Education Pat Peterson -
10:30 mated costs additional aaaeeamentaabaU
am
Morning Worship
be levied In proportion to the nard when she opened the Trinity Lutheran
11:30 am Choir Rehearsal percentage of such esceeet and If the
final coots shall be found to be leee restaurant on Friday, Bradenton; Citizenship

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH be than rendered the estimated to each costs tebateaahaU aaeeeeedIn March 13. At that time Arthur Bostrom Trinity GHOSTLY DRIFTWOOD (Island. Photo)

ft.". Lee Rotlill. Peeler proportion to the person percentage of the thief apparently had Lutheran St. Petersburg;
auch lower coet. entered the building by Churchmanship Leonard Makes
Mayor Statement"The
SUNDAY: 6. THAT a copy of this Resolution
Hen
be published In The Islander In the breaking some glass slatsIn
8:45 am Sunday School issues of June ... 1964 and June II. a Jalousie door on the Helnzman St. Pauls Lutheran time has come tion one of Ordinance 83,

10:00 am Worship Service 1964.The. foregoing Reaolutlon passed on south side of the restaurant Sarasota; Business when we must stop mali- It shall be unlawful for any

5:30 pm Concord Choir June 2. 1964 by the Board of Alder and reached in and Harry Frazee, cious mischief in our person to injure deface

6:30 pm Worship Service men of the City Pauline of H.Holmes Archer Beach unlocked the door.In Gloria Del; the Professions city," said Mayor ElmerG. or destroy any property

TUESDAY: City Clerk the earlier break an Dr. Don Thompsonof Twist of Holmes Beach within the Town; to remove -

7:00 pm Church Choir A RESOLUTION amount estimated to be Faith-Lutheran, Tampa. recently. displace break or

WEDNESDAY: CITY OP HOLMES BEACH $600 to S80O" was stolen The Rev. Lester M. Utz "For a long time city- otherwise damage any

6:15 pm Recreation Hour BB ALDERMEN IT RESOLVED OP BY TUB THE CITY BOARDOP OP from the same safe. host of the group will be Installed signs such as sign of the Town's.: "

7:00: pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms HOLMES BEACH. PLORlDAl Both police officers said moderator. Walkway to the Beach,'

7:00 pm Business & Prayer Lane 1. THAT, lying White wholly' Avenue In Bdgemere and Aqua Sub- they felt the breaks were Second feature of the have been torn down and ConfirmationThe

Meeting dlvlalon. a epan of S3O feet more or the work of someone who afternoon's program will sometimes completely
.. Rt. Rev. James L.
shall be Improved by paving to
a width of twenty(20) feet with a was quite familiar with be a sermon by Dr. W. removed or destroyed. Duncan, DD Suffragan
Roaor MemerleJ Q.wchN.taD.n.wln.tl.w.I eoll-cement paving, work to begin the premises, because Baxter Weant regional Whether or not these offenses -
approximately July 1. 1964. Bishop of the Episcopal
( ) 2. THAT theee aforesaid ..creee..rw there was no indication of secretary for the Boardof were committedby Diocese of South Florida
..... Rlehere-. Wlaelaa claeeed ae Local Street, anything but the American Missions of Juveniles or adults we

PeelerTHURSDAY 3Oao.ae provided Florida In::"U.l Special of Chapter Acts being disturbed.It money the LCA with headquarters do not know. We intend to at Confirmed a special the service following at the j,

: of 1933. and the full cost of the Is understood that the in Tampa. find out If at all possible. I
Improvement provided for In Section Church of The Annunciation -
Senior Camping Trip 1 of this Resolution shall be aaaaaaedagalnet loss suffered In Sunday's After the supper, a "Should any person be Sunday May 31: Mrs.
7:30 pm Senior Choir the owners of lots abutting break was covered by fllmstrlp in color and brought before the city
Jeanne Miss ,
these streets pro rata to their re Knight I '
SUNDAY: epectlve linear footagee along said burglary insurance. sound entitled But Was court and be convicted of Jeanne
Knight Reginald
9:00 am Worship Service .cr.3..THAT... .....be prepared a lint of Reynard said he had em- He My Brother?" will be violation of the ordinance Knight Houghton Knight ,t ,

10:00 am Fellowship Hour the _.._....... to be levied, baaed ployed the security guard shown. the full penalty of the law Kryatal Faxgam. LourUla.
10:00 am Sunday School on eetlmated costa with the Block through a private agency I may be Imposed. Pagan ?Paula Rich and
and Lot of each abutting property. How
I 'Sec
reads
Your Subscription? "The law
:
7:00 pm Sr. & Intermediate 4. THAT the date of T-.day.l- since about Jan. 1. Johanna Cobb.
23. 1964.be sot for a hearing on this I
. .
Youth Fellowship action,,; and on theaa---- .and
MONDAY that letters ha written to the owners
: of record of abutting property,advtaIng FOODLINERQuality
.."""Aft.
9:00 am Vacation Church them of this' action and of this ---
SchoolJr. hearing.
5. THAT when final Casts of theaald
High Camping Trip Improvement a have boon.determined & Variety
at the completion of the work. DEAD TREES AND HIGH WINDS!
TUESDAY: the respective -..-____ ahall be

11:30 am Guild Luncheonat be reviewed found,to and have If the exceeded final coeta the eetl-anall U you have dead or half-dead Australian IGA TaW.RIt. CXoIco Bee Chuck Roast-Lb.. .............33.

Mrs. James Ward's ad costs ....u-t seeses.seat..baU pines on your property it would be wise to IGA TablaRlta Cfcolco Beef Bonalasa Chuck Roost-Lb..49. *

.p.te.atage M. levied or weh in propetlaon.-. sad s It the the have them cut down and removed before the PORK BUTT ROTISSERIE ROAST-Lb.......................491

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FRIDAYS proportion too oercootage of winds. Should
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10:00 am Prayer Group a. THAT a copy of this R.aslelobe dead trees would be a serious and certain TREND DETERGENT-GIANT SIZE PKG..M...... 39*
SATURDAY: published la The Wader. In the menace to life and Power light and CAMPBELL'S
property. PORK & BEANS-16 Ox.
l..e.a of JOM 4. 1964 and June II. -8 Fo$1.00
1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal 1*... telephone lines could be knocked out.
SUNDAY: Tie tenaiilng eolation......< onJw Names of several reliable tree services WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
e JL 1904 oy the Board of Alder
9:15 am Sunday School aen of tko City of 'W.c.-.. may be obtained by calling the city office.

},11&OQ..am'Wonhlp' Service City Pauline Clerk H. Archer w. live GOLD 10ND st.s

A Sermon-The" Moral Pauline H. Archer City Clerk
of REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS
Evolution of Man" City Holmes Beach

ERNIE CACNINA. Proo ANNA MARIA 77.1f2S

Ch..ch .f The AM W* lotion -aiIiCLASSlfIE.

(Eol.coool) oOvwJtoa lS ) por... -.
I'... Gerald K. Lowe. $....* 1..1.. minwnumyum BUILDER OF HOMES
Kevaaa *4'aeJa ..* Island
THURSDAY iHtNTi. K>co clean. J....areoeaN ell 1 I_.t o ....! cattail_a.watlaaaiTwe .
9:00 am Holy Eucharist mlaood loiatalrq apartment, facing ....-U.... Additlss t
SECOND SUNDAY AFTER: Otdf In gwoawnton peecn. 900 animtliHgy.ffl&eTU .. .',.. Trwstwathy . .. -

TRINITY : ....--..... .Ivwe.
Dark BK72nd .- .- Ta&I.Asewer.w the NORMAN ItOSI! ALe
flbOO am Holy Eucharist -- of .. ofIn'tNM A**. MwH 77a.' IO

10:30 am Family Eucharist. & M

Sermon Church School ..-KOO<* BlnUnl Bay .....
prteed far wet aalei Outf Plant ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
I.Q.coq not *. CanaL $,,0001I 7M Our New addrtss will tit
*. Canal M.MX* Tlr4 .... 7>rW0.JN. Licenced ClactvlcalCam '
.. PROTHaaq Real aeteteDftst. tractor* F
l1'ist f1. 133 Cwlf" Des Pin. AvaMa
WA71T> t art w. Ides se3M'L U.ROYFERGUSONPHONES
Raking a. Trtaaounaj.Pabw I 5600
0.
77"24JNlatt Marina Drive
Trimmed a MAPvwnM.. a>ory
thing e. Make Lire BAIT Ire YOU, 77S.7O3
Fee r-. call BOB MarttnTe Law
Sr....... J&J-.,. ...twjU ---..

rt9J1 m.Je! :....-.T a.'.Ma You will bt wflilt to stop and shop IB

)lass.Mannor lie-. Lyoa ..
0 r---. 32a-sash ar.es ....... I

r .... FRIGIDAIRE Air Coiditioaod Conffort"
wW. neu-P egee..eyw.n<. .

CallF'e& : :

Bedrwrn..t. 3 gww. Lrg.. Ptrttiaa.r. 2 EVERYTHING for the home on OM floor!

W 3-ar Gsrgs. TUo anntib.us.r4 I
......... eye... B e..n
bass B .w .+.ar.-.ing. soy u.LOd

UP IIN: .tol oKJAT SI yaAK ...u- :riJ4PLATT w.uNT1IMAIC.IIt Your Authorized
.... at OMUV f7. O oor OMnta at f.eMAJUNA. 14OW1NQ n..PaDCBua. .... FRIGIDAIRE Sales g Service DealerS
BAYOU >C .erB4.o..o,. noses C, ZAvans I"'OLUH&D. -
..- ._ r*_ ll TTi. WWCOWS WAXMCOAOCLJUXRmcimrrr
'ft raONPT aaa TICa..... 'ieC FURNITURE &
.:_ WATl4G Pr.rT..se :: RL* 1PdAa1 R RArWKCM -a.rer..os. APPLIANCES
N.is ts.ett'wt rau..ows..aHa- "
A.s.la.gt uoo OMIt :7rt..r.Call 77a- 04<. .... 4WD P....71.-.,BB _.. N. .. ..o oocr omvc Ho.c 77"1267 .
ANNA MANIA.age rLDlit'DA.t



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mrsday June 4. 1964 TillISI..ANIJfR: Page 7



I lIS LAND: REAL ESTATE I Ie



A Canal Front I HARRY M. RIFE
Have Home Canal Front Homes LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR

. That we feel to be an exceptional value! I Have Two New 2 BR 2 B and Plume 778.1341 AM.* Maria
Built by a most reputable builder--this home
been owned One 3 BR at Reduced Prices.
has by only one family--and has
all the extras not usually included such as: BIMINI BAY ESTATES
ALSO One 2 BR and One 3 BR
|Water softener washing machine garbage
disposal refrigerator drapes and rugs. It Furnished and Priced LOW. OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN
also has extra storage space in two-car
an extra screened and B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
garage patio a JOHN CITY OF ANNA MARIAIf
beautifully landscaped lot. For the thrifty .. RENTALS
buyer and particular home owner--this will REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES
arc looking for an outstanding valuein
__be-TILE- -ANSWER--- !!.. ..- 116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach a homc'slte you on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches.
TWO LOTS between highway and the Gulf in
HIMINI UAY ESTATES has much to offer.
desirable location.. . :. .:Just. ..reduced.: TERMS. Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
full information.
HIGH & DRY Lot Just a block from BEACH--
ONLY $2.250! WinMasonite's

'ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME,-REALTOR INCOME PROPERTY

>QUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333 Dq. DOCTOR ORDERS WIDOW TO SELL

SISLER J. DUDLEY. B..kr-S.l..___77S-2ISA "KEY TO 3 UNITS EXPANDABLE

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED -

BETTERLIVING" SAME TENNANTS FOR 10 YEARS

JACK'SBARGAIN ElECKIf.I I REALTY

BOARD COME OUT and 5500 MARINA DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH
get your Official
ENTRY BLANKI! HOME PHONE 778-3333
JOHN M. necKcrr .m vie ncincL. MAWIOH sumi
IAYFRONT HOME--A truly lovely lot with a for ......*......__... A..*...|. A.._!.(.
Magnificent view. Dandy two-bedroom home. Open Inspection
)mpletely furnished. Double garage and a nice
iald's room. A Close-out at Just $12.OOOI #26 Seaside Court
For
tO Nice Lots in Point section--Close to Gulf. RENTALSBEACH -
Just $1.650 each--A REAL STEALI!
.
*
Y ROYALE: An exceptionally nice three-bed 1 ' FRONTOR
im, two-bath air-conditioned home just
implcted and fully furnished. An EMERGENCY
SALE--PRICED AT ONLY $2O.60O| JACK HOLMES, Realtor YEARLY

SEE
OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN--but we Office 6101 Marina Dr. DICK WAGNER Realtor
must part with Tang Topaz & Tammy.
Three Darling Kittens--ten weeks old
2217 Gulf Drive. B. B.Tel.. 778-2663
nicely house broken. Your Choice.
, rand In return for a Good Home. 4r'
h. I Are You Looking? .
f t SCCiGeorge
.' '

HERE'S YOUR CHANC E--A neverl1vedJft. -- Wagner
, lovely -
Brand New. 3-Bedroom. 2-Bath CANAL mom L DEVflOPfTlillT CORPOMTIOII{
RONT HOME. Reduced from $19.5OO to a low REALTY
16.750--wlth JUST $800 DOWN &$lO3a month.
Islam Shopping c..tH 74 ?....t "1-
NO CLOSING COSTS PHONE 778-2444 .J_
Or WRITE BOX 1012 Presents - '

JACK MARSHALL Renter c...C.ANNA.....MARIA..h.........
&M 778-2614 All.. Plfc..A.et.
Building Anna Maria T..




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GULF 'DRIVE

0 . Daily At Key Roy.I.t co Csii.-/wl O"C"Ar.vcA"A"TMCHre wii.weuwwnrwrw.or. O-p

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HOLMES BEACH

ANNA MA.IA ISLAND
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MODEl APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION



10 cum. to 8:30 p.m. Daily



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SUNDAYS 1 6 WEEKDAYS 10 6 .. .......A-....... .......-.--- rd Irwur b.-r..
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rb.r ------a-J".-.-.-Jill S......____..4....

OVER THE BRIDGE

ON For Information Contact Robert S. C.It.. .


KEY ROYALE DRIVE Sal.s Manager Pkena 77S-I411



8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday June 4. 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


c9oL4 ra_ SHOP NOW
: c /UIIN"c.. > 2?
7aeefta Days flcce At
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ....................
Shop at CARDS & GIFTS

Featuring items as shown at the dilly Free Gift & Mail WrapLending

WORLD'S FAIR --1C: ?. LibraryCool
'( ;-,71 0 ""' ''' ..,tK
Come in and Browse Its quite

the Fad and especially so in

Air Conditioned comfort. Cppl.. EashionsM
._
. *fif
SUMMER HOURS ** -- "f Buy..where you CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m. M Dresses
trade helps to H 0 mE

support of lifeHUFFINE'S your way WE RENT FOLDING flAT PINS lIDS-*DIARfS" sizes 8 to 24y2

-HIGH CHAIRS *LINENS -SUN"THING COTSSTBOLLEtS SHORTS
-SLAMKrrS
Linen Rental Service 778-1472 BLOUSES sizes 8 to 46
214.54th St. Holmes Beach
COOL SHIFTS 8 to 44

Call|| 778-2012 SWIM SUITS f 8 to 46

STANDARD SERVICEs fh; R. C SCHUCHARD o IlJ

& 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
PLUMDINO CONTRACTOR
CALL 778.1771
NIGHT 778-144O 5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH .

Anna Maria Islqnd's Only PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS kl r.:

LICENSED CAR DEALERBu'clc..RamLI..Dadg..Dadg. Layaway Phon
.Dart..PImauh CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE Plan 3.- 778-1161
uewa r'i
S f. n{IuomenIi

HANDY DANDYOPEN
DeMoistELECTRIC

7 A.M.-9 P.M.
AIR DRYER EVERY DAY

for closets ISLAND *
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

$5.95 ,,
NEW MODEL KITSALSOCustomizing_ l'l'
5 YEAR GUARANTEEENDS
kits
CLOSET DAMPNESS
JUST PLUG IT IN AND FORGET IT for model cars

Holmes Beach Supplies. Inc. .

778-1131 i 778-1020
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach H c-...a v_ ? ed
C ... UcD..14

Manatee County Water
BE COOLBE SWIM WEAR - Company
(I INCOKPOIATIO)
COMFORTAILE MENS WOMENSBOYS.GIRLSPriced ........ Office:
.. ,
s.piC..tH. Hol-n .It. 'I.,14.
with a From $1.49 to $9.99.ALL SIZES TELEPHONE 778-2022

ALL COLORS.1 PIECE or 2 PIECE
PHILCOAIR
------ -- --- ---
ISLAND VARIETY STjj 21 EACH LIQUOR STORE

Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
Your
CONDITIONER I '; LOSIIJ@QOO1 Agent-o.N.goes, #" ,WEEK END SPECIALSFor
n n r.\ 1tr .ALL-Our Long Cool Summer
j FOR VDU Refreshment
b
6.300 28.000 BTU COMPLETE GIN --- VODKA

As Low As $158.88 TAILORED PROTECTION fifth $2.99
fOR YOUR
CAR HOME. Walker Gin
ALL NEW MODELS IN STOCK PERSONALBUSINESS. Brogal. Rum
I SEE fifth
I IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION 3 for $10.00BLACK

Check Our Prices fRay / tea Ji nsu.ra.nce LABEL 6 Pack r
jl ........:(:: BUSCH BAVARIAN P1-us
778-1697 778-1548 OLD MILWAUKEE a' a T_'t
ISLAND TV 778-1703
eleeed wednll y & a &rday at neon PHONE 778-2023
t Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd FOR FAST FREE DELIVERYPage

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