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 11, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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VOICE OF ANNA MAFIA ISLAND


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657 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 1964 TEN CENTS




I Anna Maria Mayor James Ferguson Dies I I




Veteran Of Several Terms As CommissionerAnd
Anna Maria Sets July 7
Mayor Succumbs To Cancer At Bay Pines
For Special ElectionA ::
Mayor James O'Neill Fer- been acting as mayor since
special meeting of the Anna guson. 71. of Anna Maria City, that time.
Maria City Commission was L died Saturday. June 6. at Bay Mayor Ferguson was born In
held at the city office Monday Pines Veterans Hospital In St. Passaic N. J., and had lived
forenoon. Petersburg. in Anna Maria about ten years
Following procedure set forthIn He was elected in February having moved to the Island
the city charter the com- from Belleville N. J. He was
mission set Tuesday. July 7. retired from the DuPont
as the date for a special : ti Chemical Co. Kearny N.J..
election to elect a successorto i-4. where he waa a supervisor In
Mayor James O. Ferguson I the plant safety division.
who died Saturday morning. M A veteran of the U. S.Army
Vice Mayor Harvey G.Meyer r he served aa a member of the
then announced his resignationfrom Sixth Cavalry Division which
the commission to I saw action in the Mexican
become effective Friday.June j border skirmishes In 1916 and
NEW ADDITION at Anna Maria Post Office nears completion.
19. Meyer then will become a ; 1917 and during World War I.
while old
Wing at left houses post office temporarily quartersof
candidate for mayor to fill served In England and France
the post office are renovated and enlarged. Then new wing
Ferguson's unexpired term 4 as a first sergeant the 211th
will become office of a private enterprise. Construction workIs
which will run until February. being done by S. Norman Rosedale of Anna Maria who la; Aero Squadron. i
1966. He was commander of
owner of the building. (ISLANDER PHOTO) past
Because of the impending the Michael A. Flynn Chapter
vacancy of a second seat on a of the Disabled American Veterans -
the commission created by Bradenton Beach Changes Tavern of Belleville and Nutley,
Meyer's resignation a new MAYOR JAMES O. FERGUSON N. J.: past exalted ruler of the
commissioner must be electedat Sunday OpeningA Time To 8 A.M. to his fourth two-year term on Belleville Lodge. UPOE. and
the July 7 special election the Anna Maria City Commission was past commander of Anna
as well as a new mayor. new ordinance in Braden- to defray cost of an addition to and his second term as Marla Island Post 8199 VFW.
Candidates for both offices ton Beach will allow taverns to the fire station.An mayor. Survivors are his wife,Mrs.
must file with the city clerk open at 8 a.m. on Sundays ordinance read for the Mayor Ferguson had been 111 Harriet Ferguson of Anna Maria -
before noon. Monday. June 22. rather than at 11:30 a.m.. as second time and approved at since late In April when ho ; a son, James C. Ferguson
petitions to have their names at present. The ordinance was the meeting provides that a entered Manatee Memorial of Plainfield N. J., and five
placed on the ballot. Each read for the second time and trailer now In a non-con- Hospital for surgery. Vice grandchildren.
petition must be signed by at approved at Thursday even- forming location may not be Mayor Harvey G. Meyer has (Continued on Pane 3)
least ten qualified electors of ing's meeting of the Bradenton replaced by another trailer --
the city. Beach City Council. once It is moved from its Large Audience At B. B. Meeting
Vice Mayor Meyer the first The resignation of Vernon present location. Eventually
declared candidate for mayorin Lamp from the Island Erosion all trailers in the city will be Asks Answers On Mullis
FiringA
the special election has District commission was an- located only in one of the two

been acting as mayor since nounced. Mayor Henry Meu- trailer parks. stormy meeting of the lleved of tour duties as of
Mayor Ferguson entered the nier said he would recommend Council voted that the city Bradenton Beach City Council tomorrow.'
hospital late in April. He is William OConnell to succeed would advertise for bids for took place Thursday evening. The council action was taken
serving his second twoyearterm Lamp on the commission. paving Third Street North and Mayor Henry Meunler and at an "emergency meeting"city
as commissioner having O'Conncll. who lives on Gulf 20th Place. councilmen were targets held Tuesday afternoon May
been elected first in February. Drive near 12th Street South City Attorney Walter Tallcy for criticism by members of 19. After Mullls dismissal
1961. He moved to the IslandIn is custodian of the pavilion at reported that a hearing before the capacity-plus audience at "because he was not qualifiedthe
1959 from Maywood. 111.. the south end beach.Appointments Circuit Court Judge Robert E. meeting at the Bradenton to be chief of police." was
(Continued on Page 6) to the erosion Hensley. on the matter of the Beach fire house. voted. Councilman James
district commission are made city's suit against Mr. and Richard Fritz who ran third Lindsay resigned from the
by the governor usually at the Mrs. Howard Miller lessees as a candidate for mayor In council and then was appointed
Anna Maria Resolution recommendation of officials of of the city pier was scheduledfor last December's cltyelectlon chief of police to replace Mulled -
the Island cities with one 3 p.m.. Tuesday June 9. the group of residents who lls.
member from each of the three Talley said Mrs. Miller filed criticized the administration After ho became police chief
RESOLUTION 206 cities. Hugh G. Holmes of no answer to the suit and that for its recent firing of Police Lindsay told a reporter for
Holmes Beach Is chairman Miller is being represented Chief E. R. uMoonMulUa.. The ISLANDeR that ho had had
At a special meeting of and Sam Adams of Anna Ma- by Attorney James Wallace. Fritz said Mullla' firing by no previous experience as a
the Anna Maria City Comm ria the other member. Mayor Meunler said that the the council was "despicable' police officer although he had
Iss Ion. held Monday Council voted to vacate an city's bulkhead line was still and contemptible" and that worked as an "investigator."
forenoon. Vice Mayor Harvey alley near 27th Street at the under survey and that nothing the former police chief if his When Fritz suggested at the
Meyer Introduced and request of Mr. and Mrs. La- had been heard from Freeman services were not satisfactory meeting, that Mounler resign,
moved the adoption of the Moine Baker. Horton whose engineeringfirm should have been given the the audience cheered and
following resolution: At the request of President was authorized several opportunity to resign. applauded.
WHEREAS Mr. James O. Mike Banyas of the Bradenton months ago to complete map- Mayor Meunler said Fritz Reading of the letter to Mullls -
Ferguson, recently deceased Beach Volunteer Fire Department ;ping of the bulkhead line. Tal- was criticizing the council Indicated the council action
was Mayor and council voted a $600 i,ley said he would Inquire about "because you lost election was unanimous, but Council
Commissioner of the Cityof contribution to the fire dei i the progress of the map work for mayor." Vice Mayor Arthur man John Rockette said he
Anna Maria for more partment. The money wUl help ;and report to the mayor. Ella said Mullis was not wanted the minutes lo show
than six years and fired "although the papers ho had not attended the mooting -
WHEREAS Mr. Ferguson Mayor Henry Meunler used that word. at which Mullla was fired
served faithfully unselfishly (left) administering the City Clerk Mrs. Sophie because he was) nocl/ted' only
and conscientiously ..r" oath of office to W11IU Carothera read a copy of the a half-hour In advance and
and gave himself whole H. Green of Highland notice of dismissal which had could not make It.
heartedly to the City of Avenue at laat week's been sent to Mullis. It told him Richard: Ro.e asked council
Anna Marla and its citizens. council meeting as the his "services as chief of po- for aaauranco that Lindsay
NOW. THEREFORE BE latter became Second lice would no longer bet would bo allowed to work out
IT RESOLVED that the ,,4 Ward Councilman to required and "you are reConelnued on Page 3)
Board of Commissioners of .t take the place of James
the City of Anna Maria Lindsay. Lindsay, who
hereby manifests its was elected to councilin
Ai5) AMMA MARIA ISLAND WfATMIft
appreciation of Mr. Fer- "p December, resignedat

guson's services and Its := .. an emergency meeting T. ....IV.. ..... .........
feeling of great loss to the on May 19. Ioaccept
City and Instructs the City the appointment as chief .11 lam Mss i.mJun "II'

Clerk to publish this of police.
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Resolution and to transmit came to the
lune 3--19 90 Kl 91 8. Mono
Island four
a to Mrs. Ferguson years ago. v
copy " '". He retired seven /..*. 4--7d BO 74 .4JMMT 01 .1*
Motion seconded by Commissioners years
McKay and ,'.' .,,;. < ago from the Hatfield s--e0 99 W IM 01 ..2I.
Moses and passed unanimously "" Electrical Company of M C--AO this 8th day of June. Indianapolis where' he J... 7--10 90 0O 91 01rz Homo
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. June 11, 1964
Pa g e 2

g'eKse Line) Fishing Reef

Islander . .
Editorials Near CompletionWednesday 1


/ by THE EDITORAn was scheduled to

overflow audience of very be completion day for the
Well Done first
vociferous residents attended artificial fishing reef in the
last week's meeting of the
.A few days ago we lost a friend--one whom It will be Bradenton Beach City Council county weather permitting.At .
also the of the "YA, 4++a'' h +hd xqd'i the left Is a picture takenat
Impossible to replace. That friend was mayor and unhesitatingly took to task the
tiny community of Anna Maria City--Jim Ferguson. the councilmen and mayor for County Beach recently,
Years from now--when histories are written, and great of two young men getting ready
their firing on May
taken summary to tow one of the markers
will be
deeds of many men are recorded--no space up 19, of Police Chief E.R.MoonMullis. out
the reef.
In noting the work of James O'Neill Ferguson. By the yard- The crowd's dissatis- .Q to

stick of greatness his accomplishments were small. But to faction seemed to stem from If everything went according

the residents of Anna Maria City and the rest of the Island, the methods used rather than to schedule on Wednesday,335

the things he did were Important In the quiet routine of our from particular personal "tire units" were to be drop-
lives. any ped on the south half of the

everyday And even more Important were the principles by whichhe regard for Mullls or respectfor reef mostly within 150 to 200
his abilities as chief of
operated--principles which emphasized fairness honestyand the feet of the southern buoy. Each
Before principal
police.
the welfare of his adopted city and Its residents.A unit consists of three tires,
for the had
humble man, and one who lacked the advantages of spokesman group bolted together and anchored
finished the suggestion was
formal education and one with concrete.
anything more than the most basic ,
made that the mayor himself At last week's meeting new
who never acquired the ability to express himself well The reef is located in the
resign a suggestion which Chief Jim Lindsay who seemsto
nevertheless Jim Ferguson had a native Intelligence and Gulf exactly one nautical mile
brought forth applause from have the knack of appealingto
Scottish shrewdness which stood himself and the city of (6.O80 feet) due west of the
the audience. of people called on
,
which he was mayor in good stead. groups pavilion at the County Beach.
He had developed the somewhat rare ability to "see the The mayor countered the the meeting audience to get To be added to the north
with of his behind him and him make
suggestion one own, help
forest/' despite the trees in the way--and could pointout half of the 1.20O-foot-long reef
that the spokesman who led Bradenton Beach the safest
the key log which caused the jam in almost any problem. were 25 chunks of concrete
the harrangue--Richard Fritz city to live In, anywhere. And
Another way In which Jim Ferguson approached a pipe and 30 lengths of 12 to
of the doubt that If Lind-
--was taking advantage there is no
greatness few of us ever achieve--he knew his own short- 30-inch corrugated iron pipe
situation because he (Fritz) can weather the time it
say
comings--perhaps his most Important qualification as a and four washing machines.The .
had been defeated candi- takes the
as a to acquire necessary
dedicated public servant--realized that In some areas of reef Is 300 feet wide,
date for in December'scity experience he will become a
mayor
city business he was not qualified by knowledge or exper- making each half slightly more
ience to make decisions without professional advice--so he election. good chief. He Is Intelligent than four acres. Tire units

followed a very logical course--he sought the necessary Mayor Henry Meunier and and aggressive and has the have been used exclusively In
Vice Arthur Ella done what Is
Mayor were ability to get
advice. the southern half while the
the members of council however
And when he left his beloved city for the final time to only necessary. We wonder northern half Is made up of

enter the hospital for surgery too-long-delayed he knew at Thursdayevening'smeetingwho If he could not have concrete pipe tile and other

what hand the fates had dealt him, and faced his futureIn also took part in the May served the city better by Junk.
19 meeting. The only defense staying on the council.
well that he
his usual matter-of-fact way aware was on
they offered for the council's One other Inconsistency at Travel Trailer Rally
the short end of almost Insurmountable odds but reasonably
content because he had been able "to do the job fairly well. action in "relieving" Mullls the meeting which apparently Monday the Manatee County

So, the City of Anna Maria and his friends, are poorerat of his duties as chief was that passed almost unnoticed. At Commission approved use of

the loss of Jim Ferguson, and whatever sunlit upland to he "did not have the qualifications" the city council meeting on the county owned south end

which he has gone, is more than a little rlcherl! to be chief of police June 6, 1963--almost exactlya beach and recreation area as
plus some little quibbling year before last week'smeetinga
the site for a rally of some
A Forward because the newspapers used resolution Intro-
StepWith 1,2OO travel trailers and an
the word"fired"In describingthe duced by then Vice Mayor estimated 3,000 occupants of

the of the combination and action. Meunier was passed. The
recent completion pier the trailers. The rally is to
groin at the Manatee County Beach some sort of milestone (Back in our salad daysInthe resolution made It mandatoryto take place Jan. 15 to 17, 1965.

In combatting the ever-present problem of erosion on the economicallydepressedearly have an advertised public Wally Byam Caravans an
Island has been passed. 1930s we took advanced hearing to consider any re- international travel trailer

Designed by Sydney Makepeace Wood who visited the graduate courses in the schoolof quest to vacate streets alleysor club will sponsor the rally.
Island this week the first his hard knocks. This was in other city-owned property.
to see installation in Florida of Plans for the rally were out-
work the pier already has piled up a modest accretion of the era when experience and Thursday evening however lined in a letter to the county

sand around the base of the shoreward end of the installation. executive ability were a drugon a request to have a section of commission. The group is

Separate estimates by Wood himself and by County the labor market and It an alley near 27th Street made up of non-trailer T-eal-

Engineer John Benson set the gain at approximately 40 was easier to put three mealsa closed was read. Almost Immediately dents whose mobile homes are
day on the table by offeringfor --with discussion used
and
feet which frequent observation of our own confirms. truly mobile are
. If the pier continues to function as Intended--and thereIs hire our youthful muscles --the mayor recommended it only for vacation travel. Oncea

no present reason to indicate It will do otherwise--then than it was to earn a living be vacated; it was so moved year the group convenes in

a great step forward In the area of beach stabilization any other way. The competition and passed unanimously. The Florida for three to four days,

will have been accomplished. And after a "decent Interval"of was fierce, and there were only comment was by City with professional entertainment -

waiting and watching results the Island and the County dozens of eager candidates for Attorney Walter Talley who dances and other

will be deeply Indebted to a certain few of its residents each poorly-paid Job no mat- suggested a formal resolutionbe recreation mixed with organ-
ter how menial it was. One of drafted in order to presenta
who tried for years to "sell" the Wood-designed grointo ization business meetings.
that almost who the first lessons to be learnedwas better record. in Miami the
public officials or falling to anyone After rallying
would listen merely to keep in practice against better the terminology. And when past three years the group
that "D. C. Twhich meant"Don't Minnesota Mining & Manu-
days and to try to gain even one more "disciple. decided to come to the West
the famous 3M"firm
Assuming that the pier Is going to work as planned Come Tomorrowap- facturing, Coast although invitationshad
it will do more than build up sand at the County Beach peared on one's time card really has nothing on the been received from
there was only one word for City of Anna Maria, except all
and
It will make erosion control an almost-exact science--so Miami West Palm Beach
It--and that word FIREDI! that At the Anna Maria
was )
that engineers and fiscal planners will be able to expect money. Homestead for next winter.
certain results from disbursement of certain fixed sums. In any event Mayor Meunierand City Office we have Vice Mayor The letter explained that the

Vice Mayor Ella seemedto Harvey MEYER and Com- group "will spend just as much
see nothing inconsistent in missioners Tom McKAY and local
money on bus tours
"terminating' (Ella's word) Bob MOSES, not to mention entertainment and souvenirsas
Mullls because he was "not City Clerk Fran MAXON and
any other conventioneers,
qualified. Maintenance SuperintendentWink and in addition will shop for
overlooked MURDOCK.Not .
They seemingly
food clothing hardware gas
certain facts: 1. That only a and even furniture."
few months earlier council too difficult to find out also
Publicity benefits were
member them- that 1964 is election
Including an year-- The
pointed out in the letter.
selves had been without the obvious signs
--obviously even in
county will be publicized
satisfied with 'ull1squaU- --candidates whom haven't
the group's monthly paper.
fications when hired heard from In a
-- they seen or many of
which has a circulation
him. 2. That despite their action moon are beginning to be niceto .
400,000 and in other papers.The
in "terminating" Mullls us again. __ __
because he was not qualified,
.
they immediately hired a new IslanderAn

chief of police who was quickto
say he had had no previous Independent Weekly published every Thursdayby

police experience. 3. That the THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

new chief, while still a coun-
cilman voted to "terminate" 314 Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida.

Mullls then resigned as a EDITOR...__..._....-STEVE KIMBALL

councilman himself.to accept the appointment ADVERTISING MANAGERMARGE KIMBALLMAIL

What the mayor and vice ADDRESS: P. O. Box 737. Anna Marla, Florida.

mayor failed to say was that TELEPHONE: 778-2021.

their main dissatisfaction with --
Mullls was because of his SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. $3.50

handling or perhaps mishandling per year; $2 for six months. Canada t

--of a traffic violation in $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES
Uradenion Beach a few week $1 per column inch. Discount of ten .. ;:

. previously. The case was one percent for consecutive I Insertionsif q ...

In which Manatee County paid by tenth of following month. ti

Prosecutor Robert Schultzwas National or agency placed advertising. """"

charged by Mullls with $1.26 per column inch.ihft
..
!._a mmumu UMIIJIIIHII vfivCLOSING
failure to have his vehicle
under control after a car TIME NOON. TUESDAY

driven by Schultz allegedlyhad Entered as Second Class matter under

hit the rear ot another the Act of March 3. 1879.

vehicle. Schultz posted a bond

ISLAND SCENE (Camera Study by Miss Carla Rom.ik.) of $23. which was estreated. MANATEE CO UN TVS ONLY HOME OWNED NEWSPAPCKt




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Thursday. June 11. 1964 THE ISLANDER Pi"'-\

LARGE AUDIENCE . Theft Forgeries C Of C MeetingA I a h s .. w..w."s\

the(Continued term of from his contract Page 1) Cleared Up regular monthly meet_ a..2.. S .d psn
._...:. itiJIu';::.
through 1965. The assur- Last week a theft of ing of the Island Divisloi
ance was not given but ""'',' money from Gra 's Econ- of the Manatee Count}
the mayor said Lindsay owash and a series of Chamber Commerce Ys<< IllE8D'SIsland
would be allowed to work ... "',. check forgeries on the will be held at the Holme:
out the term of the con- .,' Island were cleared up by Beach Yacht Club ai t
tract if his work as chiefof ) Police Chief W.H.Snooks 8 p.m..Thursday June 11.
police is satisfactory. Adams of Holmes Beach. Division officers have Pharmacy
Lindsay appealed to the Wallace Gray proprietor asked for a good atten- 59O4 Manna Drive
audience to get behind of the Econowash Coin dance of members.
him to help make the city Laundry was working on 77a.1 11..Hlte I 778-2075
the"safest place to live." a machine soon after he ities for further action. O. WCBB. P,.*...!..
arrived at his establishment. A few days earlier an L.
MAYOR FERGUSON. . Broken concrete which has been dumped along the While doing so, he Island youth was apprehended
(Continued from Page 1) beach side of State Road 789(Gulf Drive)In Bradenton noticed a teen-aged youth after he had
Funeral services were Beach was the subject of a protest by Gus Dreyfusat enter the laundry and as cashed several checks he
to be held at Bay Pines last week's Bradenton Beach City Council meeting. the youth left. Gray had written signing the
Chapel Wednesday afternoon (ISLANDER PHOTO) saw that a $10 bill was names of prominent local
with burial at Sky- missing from the top of a residents.
way Memorial Gardens.A Keeler Re-elected Chuck Wagon Feed machine where he had While Adams was dis-
memorial service will Carl R. Keeler of Gulf A chuck wagon dinner placed it a few moments cussing the matter of the FREE DELIVERYREGISTERED
be held at Roser Memo- Drive Holmes Beach a was enjoyed last week by earlier. forged checks with Island
rial Community Churchat Manatee Junior College members and guests of Gray called Adams who Bank President C. E.
7p.m.. Friday June 12. science instructor has the Couples Club of Roser soon found the youth a Brewer the latter received -
been reelected president Memorial Communityof 16-year-old Juvenile at a call from the PHARMACISTSON
PETER H. FUNK. 87.of the Science Hall and Church. The Rev. and the Manatee County manager of a chcin storeat DUTY
308-56th St.. Holmes Junior Museum. Mrs. Richard K. Wiggins Beach. a Bradenton shopping
Beach died Sunday. June Other officers chosen and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Questioning revealed the center where the youth AT ALL TIMES
7. at the home of his a recent board meeting VanOstenbridge Jr. were youth had been missing was attempting to casha
daughter. Mrs. Charles were: Robert Grove vice hosts and hostesses for from his home in Bradenton check to which he had
with whom he the for three days, and Brewer's w.c otvrzI
Barnes president; Lloyd Plerson evening and Mr. and forged name.
resided. secretary and Mrs. E.S. Mrs. Frank Wilson were that he previously had Brewer asked the mana-
Born in New York City Reasoner treasurer. In charge of the program served 18 months in the ger to try to detain the i +
he had lived in Holmes Grove is a science teach- which followed the dinner. State Industrial Correc- youth and called a deputy d' ORKtN
Beach six years moving er at Sarasota High School. tional School at Marianna. sheriff to meet Adams at "" I'.
here from South Orange. and Pierson is superintendent Cigarette Tax Returns Adams turned him over the store. The youth was
N. J. He was a member of at the DeSoto Refunds to the Island to county juvenile author- taken into custody by the
the Island Baptist Church. National Monument. cities for cigarette taxes officers and freely admitted 100 Upjohn
Survivors are his daughter. The Island Kiwanis Club collected during April Si,269; Holmes Beach. forging and cash-
Mrs. Barnes and two recently contributed $50 were: Anna Maria City $1.285 and Longboat Key. ing a number of checks UNICAPS $1.77
grandchildren. to the Junior Museum. $801; Bradenton Beach. 1127. all within a few days.
Funeral services were
held at Griffith-Cline Island a FAN
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. .June: 11. 1964


1 _I About FDeople...
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// MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Paul
,/ Gatto and children of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. D. M. r .,t T s lY41
Morrison and children of High Point. N. C...Mr. s
and Mrs. Fred Stephens and family of Orlando...
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wilson of Tampa. ..Lonnie
Earnest and sisters of Ruskin.
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. James K. Kane of r
Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Tyre of Lakeland. .11
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph s
Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. George Nelbllnger Jr. of
Miles Mich...Mr and Mrs. Mike Dobrowdski of
Detroit...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Cleveland.
Ohio...Charlie Kain of Lakeland.
HALE 'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Power ofZanesvUle.
Ohio.. Perry Friday of Clayton. Ala... MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM R. TOUT of Richmond
Robert L. Pitcock and Joseph C. Shikany of Shaw x r1Saturday Mich., as they left the Island Monday afternoon to
AFB S. C. Y fly to the West End Settlement in the Bahamas on
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler ofZoarville ..", lilt"-: their honeymoon. They were married at Roser
Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Warrlck of Memorial Community Church at 2 p.m.. by the Rev.
Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tucker of Tampa... evening gathering of the members of the Richard K. Wiggins pastor of the church and were
Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Morgan of Plant City...John C. Bradenton Yacht Club at the Blue Water Beach attended by Mr. Tout s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
Willis and family of Mulberry. Apartments where they enjoyed an outdoor steak neth Tout of 69th Street. Holmes Beach. A small
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Loren White and roast. (ISLANDER PHOTO) reception at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club followedthe
daughters of Bellevue Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Jerry wedding. Before her marriage Mrs. Tout was
Hale and son of Amelia. Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. L. W. Fussell of Lakeland.. .Miss Elaine Pelotof Miss Jean Case of Richmond daughter of Mr. and
Jennings and family of Alken. S. C...Mr. and Mrs. Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brown of Fort Mrs. John J. Haslem. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
James B. Simmons of Riverview.. Mr. and Mrs.J. Meade.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Wooden of Indianapolis
Haycox and children of Bradenton. . Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Capitano Tampa.. .Mr.and Russell Hiatt and daughter of Lafayette. Ind.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Mrs. J. Garrett of Bowling Green.. .Mr. and Mrs. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Nova Hoffman
Johnson and son of Bloomington. Ind. Earnest Carglle of Louisville Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. and daughter of Bradenton.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. B. H. William Green of Bartow. ..Mr. and Mrs. L. E. MAJOR N. H. SHAFER and Mrs. Lee Shafer have
Baldwin and family of Dublin. Ga. Rice of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Bass of left the Island for their summer home on Blue Heron
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Fort Meade. Lake. Dlngman's Ferry. Pa.
and Mrs. Lester C. Mace and family of Bellerose. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. MR. AND MRS. M. E. MINER of 77th Street have
L. I.. N. Y..Rev. and Mrs. Edward Heevend of Skelton and family of Daytona Beach...Mr.and Mrs.C. returned to Erie. Pa. for several months.
Bradenton..Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vincent and fam- E. Duke of Mulberry.S. MR. AND MRS. RALPH WOODRUFF of 76th Street.
ily of Brownsburg. Ind... Carl Ashberg and LamarA. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Max Holmes Beach have returned to Syracuse. N. Y.
Conley of Mulberry. .. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Smithof Chesser of Bartow.. .Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dunson of after spending several months at their home on the
Florida City...Mr. and Mrs. Dale T. Johnson and Winter Haven. .Mrs. B. H. Walker and family of Island.
family of Winter Haven... Boby Hanchey and Jimmy Lakeland. .. Betty Ann Ritter and party of Lakeland MR. AND MRS. FRANK B. GILES of Holmes Beach
Conerly of Wauchula...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oxford .. .Mr. and Mrs. William L. Finney of Orlando. will spend the summer In Clayton. Ga.
and family of Fort Lauderdale...Mr. and Mrs. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fleming of MR. AND MRS. ROBERT COLLINS who have
George Main of Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Xcnla, Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bishop of spent the winter and spring at their home on 75th
Myles and family of Haines City. ..Mr. and Mrs. Urbana Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Don Halter of St. Street. Holmes Beach will vacation for the summerat
Bobby Boseman of Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. H. I.Rutllf and daughterof Laconla. N. H.
Roy Goodson and family of Dover. ..Mr. and Mrs. Wauchula.. .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall of Ritt- MR. AND MRS. WALTON S. REDFIELD have
Ronle Powell and family of Fort Meade...Mr. and man Ohio...Chester Snider of Memphis Tenn. .. returned to their summer home in Bridgton. Maine
Mrs. Robert Robertson of Detroit...O. L. Jones and R. J. Charles Edwards of Charleston S. C... Ray after vacationing in Holmes Beach for six months.
daughter Deckle of Fort Payne. Ala. Addlngton of Winston Salem N. C.. .George W. MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. TOBIN. who have occupied
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Packer of Bellefontalne Ohio..Roy P. Hall ofCastlewood. their home on 71st Street. Holmes Beach for the
McCall of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. James C. Davis Va. winter recently returned to Blind River. Ontario
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Malloy of Gainesville CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beam and where they will stay until October. They have been
...Mrs. Delors Hammock of Bradenton.. .Mr. and family. of Cenrcrville... Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. Island winter visitors for several years.
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June 11, 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page :5


Survey Of Wells Yacht Club PartyAt MORE ABOUT PEOPLE... Fish Of The Month Winner

According to a releaseby
Blue Water MAJOR AND MRS. DARREL L. COOLER and their
Holmes Beach Mayor I
to arrive this ?
daughter Shelby Lee. are expected
Elmer G.Twist. Tuesday More than 100 membersand 4 {/ ,
week to spend a short vacation with Major Cooler'sparents L
comprehensive study of their attendedthe ,
a guests Col. and Mrs. Max H. Cooler of 77th Street. '/1FXlY 4
the existing wells on the first social functionof
Holmes Beach. Major Cooler has recently completed
Island has been planned the Bradenton Yacht
a four-year tour of duty at Sewanee Military
and will be started the Club since Commodore
Academy at the University of the South. Sewanee.
week of June 15. Hugo Greisen took the
Tenn. His next assignment will be at Addis Ababa.
study will be made helm a few weeks The
The ago.
Ethiopia where he will be Chief of the Advisory Teamto
the Division of Water event steak
by was a roastat
the Imperial Body Guard Division. In addition he
of the Florida the Blue Water
Resources Beach will have the assignment of advising the airborne
Department of Conserva- Apartments Saturday battalion. Major and Mrs. Cooler expect to be in
don with the field surveyto evening with Manager Bill Addis Ababa for two years.
be carried on by H. G. Dahlgren entertainment who
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR VAN WINKLE,
Woodard. a department chairman for the month. have been vacationing in Anna Maria are leaving
geologist. Its purpose will arranging the party. Tuesday to spend the summer in Canada. They will
be to locate and inventoryall The yacht club's second
return to the Island in October to occupy their new
wells and to determine sailing instruction class home on Key Royale Drive.
their chloride content, was scheduled to end on MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. THOMPSON of Cres-
construction condition Wednesday June 10. when cent Drive. Anna Maria and their son Gary, left a
and present use.Construction 12 more members wereto few days ago for Toms River. N. J.. where they will
and condi- take their final exami- vacation for the summer. Bill Thompson (right) of Anna Maria and Toms
tion of the wells are of nations to qualify to use MR. AND MRS. HOLLIE C. ELLIS of Bradenton River. N. J. receives "Fish of the Month" trophy
primary Importance due the new club sailboats. Beach are leaving this week for Lake Junaluska.N. for May from Frank Cavendish owner of the Rod &
to the history of old wellsin which have not yet arrived C.. where they will spend three months. Reel Pier. Anna Maria. Thompson's winning catch
this area and becauseof from the factory in Italy. MRS. JAMES P. STEPHENS of Bay Boulevnrd was a 52-1/2-lnch. 36-pound Kingfish.I .
these old wells thereis The new boats. Flying South. Anna Maria left recently for Cincinnati - - - - - - - - - - - - -I
a serious salt water Dutchman Junior sloops where she will stay until October.
contamination to the are expected to arrive MISS MARGARET BURNHAM and Miss Helene It's a Challenge To Catch a :
existing supply.The near the end of June at Burnham of Willow Avenue Anna Maria will spendthe I
present investigation which time it is expectedthat summer in Brookline Mass.
is very Important about 36 men. women MR. AND MRS. DON PROBASCO have left for their 1 f :
according to Twist first and children will have home in Kalamazoo. Mich., where they will stay until SNOOK
to see that residents of the passed their sailing tests September. They have occupied their new home on .
Island are being suppliedthe and will be ready to start Bay Boulevard South. Anna Maria since January.MR. II II
best water available competitive sailing at the AND MRS. F. H. ALLEN of Spring Avenue
and second that the Island club on weekends. Anna Maria are vacationing at Satellite Beach. i iI
continue to have an ade- Sailing Chairman Dick MR. AND MRS. WALTER M. NORTON of Key
quate supply of water. Dungan has establishedan Royale are leaving this week for Chicago where 1t
While doing the field elimination sailing they will stay until midautumn.MRS. .
work for the survey. Mr. :program for the summer HAROLD NOYELLES of 76th Street. 1
Woodard will contact own- which is hoped will bring Holmes Beach will visit some of her family In Rye I
ers of wells asking about :forth the club's top sailorsto N. Y. for a few weeks. 1
depth of casings and of the 1 i compete in the Sarasota MR. AND MRS. HARRY CALLAHAN and their 1 I
wells themselves. .Sailing Squadron's Labor three children have left for their home in Danville I
With permission of the ,Day regatta. The Bradenton Ill. They have occupied their home on Palm Drive THEY ARE HERE
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sary to open some of the :represented in the regatta AND MRS. RICHARD F. PRICE and family of .
wells in order to run i by six one-design boats Holmes Beach arc vacationing in Sanduaky Ohio. ROD ft REEL PIER
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. June 11. 1964


SPECIAL ELECTION. .
CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESA
(Continued from Page 1)

BERNARD MISSION RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION where he was building ,
CITY OP HOLMES BEACH .W'tI <11\
CITY OP HOLMES BEACH and zoning enforcement "" .
(CATHOLIC) BB IT RESOLVED BY THB BOARDOP inspector &&:
ALDERMEN OP THB CITY OP BB IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD officer of the .
R.". Fronela F. Welamillar HOLMES OP ALDERMEN OP THE CITY OPHOLMES
BEACH. FLORIDA
BEACH. PLORIDAs of which
Maywood
1. THAT Whit Avenu and AquaLAB Village
MASS: *. lying wholly In Edgamer: ..- 1.' THAT to Hat the termination Scrawi. of GolfDrlva tha has a population of more r r rr
SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am dJwta.... pun of S3O feee.or..orless __ ,
lied road lying wholly In ClIo.ubd1.a.1on than 30000. While servingin 4
aball b. Improved paving to
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WEEKDAYS: H am a etch of twenty (2O feat wii a known aa Holma Beach 'those capacities.Meyer r
.... ... . tat Unit. Blocka A and B. a span ofaT ,,
-ce. paving, work to .. ..
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm .n hwndrad (TOO)linear fast more also was attached to the
approximately July '. 1964.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: 2. THAT tbeae aforeaald ..tr.are .... or 10... shall ba Improved... by pavingto town's planning commis-
a width 01.1&1'1. (IS) feet with aaollcamant
c I....d a* Local su....
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 Dm aa provided In Section I of Chapter paving, work to begin sion and its zoning boardof
approximately July I. 1964.
3O499. Florida Statute*.Special Act 2. THAT thla aforeAid slat Street appeals in an advisory ;;= :
Harvey Memorial CnuwchHenD.nOllllnatIOfta oT 195S. and die full COM of theUaprovsmsnc ..
la hereby claaaed a Local Street capacity.For .
for In Section
I provided aa provided In Section 1 of Chapter !
( ) )
1 at this Resolution ball baaaeeaeed beforehe
70 I)9. Florida Statute. Special Act many years
Br.d....... Beach agalnec lbs ownera of Lou butting r
of I9S3. and tna full coat of tnaImprovement worked for the Villageof
...... oa.eu. prr. rat .. their r.-
Rav. A W. Simma provided for In Section
.pecdYo u-r ......- along .1d 1 of this Resolution shall ba._*.04 Maywood. Meyer was
SUNDAY; against. the owner of iota abutting of the New home on 70th Street, Holmes Beach recently
... assistant secretary
*,THAT tfMTo prepare*! a list oft
UtO: am Sunday School tb.-wr. *> ba levied, baaedcoata. Ibis atrot.'001.pro.rata.. along to their said rapsctlv.lln.ar street-. Public Service Companyof occupied by its new owners. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald

os sat-.and with lbs Block 3. THAT there b* prepared list oftha Northern Illinois from McCormick of East Tawas Mich., who plan to live
sad Los 011 oeca ,
a.d..I.. Scl.-ce Senolc.A. 4. THAT tSta .....b.ntw of Tuaaday.pc'GpOI'1Y'.June on estimated..***.mnt coat* to,b*with levied the, baaed Block which he retired becauseof here permanently. Home was built by the Wm. B.

M. ._.uwlty. Hew. 23 action. 1..4W.;;and on tfcoaaasasaament hearing an*.tbia and and Lot of each abutting property. a disability.He Lee Co., and Key Royale Homes, Inc. was the
4. THAT the date of Tuvdy. June broker in the transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
dial tetaara ... wrtttan to tfe ownaraof of
SUNDAY: rt.rd- of abutting property.act.01 ...- 23. 1964. b* set for a heating on this is a veteran Army
Sag the** tbla action and of this action and on the..a.se.am.nts.andthat service in World War I.
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN '
letter b* written to the owner Island Garden Club Lutheran WomenA
SCIENCE b eartng. record of abutting property.*dvl*- when he served in the 33rdIllinois"
SERVICE. ....
THAT final of tbs
said 5. Imprnvsmsnt* bar cost bass determined Ing them. of this action and of thlahearing. Division in The Island Garden Club meeting of the Lutheran -

Gloria 0.1 Evangelical at die completion of tba work 9. THAT when final coata of the France and In the Armyof will have a picnic at the Church Women of
Lutheran ChurchR lbs reapactlv aaaeaamenta shall ba said Improvement have been da.rmind Anna Maria Front Gloria Del Evangelical
reviewed and If tbs final coata anaUba Occupation in Germany Bay
t..nlet M. Ul*. Paatar at tb*completion of lbs wort.
found to hays acaadad tb* eetl- . ... Null bareviewed. Park at5:3Op.m. Friday Lutheran Church will
the respective ** * .nc. after the end of the War. ,
....... ,, additional asseesmsnt'
THURSDAY costa
: and If the final ahallb
the coat commanderof June 12.Friday's. be held at the home of Mrs.
Mall ba levied la proportion to found to have exceeded the ash.maid He is a past
1:00 pm Lutheran Church c'I and be If laaatban the coat, additional *a*_*ment* the American Legionand gathering will Earle Cromer Crescent

Women at home of Mrs. tbe eatlmated caaca.r.......Nut hall b* levied of auch In *proportion BC***| and to U.the thapercentage VFW posts in May- be the final meeting of the Drive Anna Maria at

Earle Cromer ba rendered to each peraonla ---< final costa shall ba found to b* lee* wood and is a Mason. group until October and 1 p.m., Thursday June 11.
,
proportion to in* percentage 01 than tha_11m.cod_I..tabata*....U
SUNDAY
: aucb lower coat.a. ba rendered to each parson ..****... Mr. and Mrs. Meyer officers for the next year Pastor Lester M. Utz

9:15 am Church School .aidillnbad THAT a copy In Tba of .daM.....Resolutionbe ..... In die :'uctr'.I.G: clio percentage of have two married daugh- will be elected. will present the programat

10:30 am Morning Worship Issuee of Jon* 4. 1964 and June II. .. THAT a copy of thla Resolution ters and seven grand- The evening's programwill the meeting, lead in

194.Tbe. b* published In The .........r. In the children.At be presented by an the Bible study on the
foregoing Reeolutlonpassed on
Issue of June 4. 1964 and Jima II.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Jane 2. 1964 by tbe Board of Aldermen 1964. the urging of many agricultural agent from theme "The Mission of a
n.". L.. "."'''. paster of tba City of Holmea Beach. The foregoing Resolution. passed on "
Pauline H. Arcber friends Col. H. E. Gene Palmetto.In Worthy Life Philippians
THURSDAY: June 2. 1964 by ClIo Board of Aldermen -
City Clerk of tha City of Holmaa Beach. Cox of Beach Avenue has the event of inclement 4:13-22.

7:30 pm Sarah Parker Circle Paulina. Archer said he would be a candi- weather Friday evening
ClubA
Cit 1 Clef Twelve
Lamplighter Class Meeting NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION date for the vacancy on the picnic will be held at High

SUNDAY: The City of Anna ".rlA. Florida the city commission.He the Annie Silver Com- regular weekly meet-
Freerfoffl In
Your
Keep Fotare
8:45 am Sunday School will hold a SPECIAL ELECTION onTueaday.
elect is a retired Army munity Hall on 23rd St. ing of the Island High
July 7. 1964. to a
10:00 am Worship Service Mayor to fill the unexplred term of r Reserve colonel and is Twelve Club will be heldat

5:30 pm Chapel Choir Jam Commlaaloner. O. Parguaon.to fill and the to uneiplredtarm elect a also retired from Federal the past five in Anna Ma- noon Thursday, June

6:30 pm Worship Service of Harvey C. Meyer.PRANCES Civil Service. He servedin ria. They have a son, two 11, at the Holmes Beach

TUESDAY: City Clerk V. MAXON Europe in both World daughters, and ten grand- Yacht Club Restaurant.

7:00 pm Church Choir 6.11. H. 2'. a. 7-2. *64_ II Wars I and IL In World children. Robert Porter presidentof

WEDNESDAY: NOTICE TO CANDIDATES War II, he was the com- He Is semi-active as a the Bradenton Camera

9:30 am Ruth Jones Circle Patltlona. for candldaiaa for the With ".s. Sayh s lauds manding officer of the Realtor and a real estate Club, will speak to the

6 Hour dlIc of Mayor and Commlaalonerfor United States and in his and will show a
15 appraiser
: pm Recreation the July 7. 1964 Special Election contingentof native group,

7:00: pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms of the City of Anna ....1'1.. Plorlda. the civil affairs (mlll- state he qualified as film on flowers.

must be algned by' ten qualified government) a lawyer and a certified A business will
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting elector and must be filed with the tary groupin meeting

THURSDAY (June 18): City Clerk on or before 12 O'clock. The Netherlands.Col. public accountant. be held at the meeting of

7:30 pm Vota Vita Class Noon. Monday.PRANCES June 22. V.1964.MAXON S1NATbFMICf and Mrs. Cox are Since moving here. Col. the club which will be heldon

Fldclls Class City Clerk both natives of Mt. Olive Cox has taken an active Thursday, June 18. All
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6-11 a H64 N. C. They have lived in part in the Island's civic Master Masons will be

R.... M.....1.1 CfcwrcH UNCLASSIFIEDdrewe 11El1 Florida about eight years. and community life. welcome at the meetings. ,
(N.w D.t..mlw.llow.l)

Ii.11eAa1 K. w...sls.P. paymwrH required f

..ts.I 8 law-eUOO-SO minimum

THURSDAY FOR SALEi 14-fU GuUllner DuAl at last w. arriveat I
with trailer.Plberglase over plywood
9:00: am Vacation Church Good Condition-ONLY fl 30. Call

School W.p. KERMOpe at c..nn.: '
FOR SALCl New t 2OJ Fu 5600 MARINA DRIVE: :
, 3:30 pm Registration for Saawallad Canal 1"1''.....*. 3 Large
4th.6th.6th Graders Choir Bedroomat :2 Bad\., Large Florida
Room and 2-Car Garages TUe RoofiInaulatedj
7:30 pm Registration for lnarean.y.t.m a central .
Junior & Senior Choirs beat fc air' conditioning. Sea It at 241 Some of our growing pains are .
CbUaon v. Anna Maria.
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7iSa1T7. Only still showing--Out Most Important .:
7:30: pm Senior Choir Dnwh. Cut I II '
I toA t SALCt Buick Sedan. AH Wnll .
of All--WE ARE HERE! Our '.:
Rehearsal I.)'. One Owner. Snunaculate Ape . . .
AlTlrea. wonderful new location at 5600 :
I pearance. mechanically perfect.
FRIDAY New.. Battery. New Mtafler. I S' Marina Drive Is "FRIGIDAIRE"Air .,
9:00 am Vacation Church 1964 T.... Worth much MOT than .
I 00 Conditioned for YOUR shopping . t tr
School r.b Mlil'I1 \r.U9LTS I f
r. ea-l. comfort, and we have LOADS of . :
SUNDAY U.4.000a Blmlnl Bay ...... r .
'-' priced for quick Gulf rr10.000& -. Parking Space tool . l:
9:00 am Worship Service let .
77lb St. S4.OOO 7SthSt. -
10:00 am Sunday School CanaL t4.MO 7Jrd .... $3.ouo. ..
: JN. B. PROTMERO. R.g. Real Bec... We have a store full of exciting .. .

7:00 pm Sr. & Intermediate QIliJ.; L ... new merchandise and among our : ::
; ANTbO luc Sundttea S Youth Fellowship See Mr.. Ryan k.._ a .... and famous brands in stock are: : --

MONDAY I p.__ dally. KEY SUNDRIES. Anna .'

Jr.High Camping Trip ...., .I>N T.Twu.......rah.T wet 0... ...

MONDAY thru FRIDAYS Houae Monib or S.a-. Lyman S. FRICIDAIRE APPLIANCES
P____. 226.55th Street. ......... .
Sales and Service with .
" 1:00 pm Vacation Church factory :
School hiWIiRTY MAD trained personnel '.
TRNANCBl MOWING. TRIMMING,
WEDNESDAYS UC1NG. FLOORS CLSLANRO POC-
SHED WINDOWS WASHED ft OILED. MALONE.. BEDDING .
7:30 pm Bd.of Religious PR( ,4PT KPPIC1ENT ....VIC.. _
Education Meeting REASONABLE RATmS-Raferancea.KEN .
FELLOW, PMONB "1.2.94 FURNITURE BY WHITE

L........ '.I.* *i a..t 4ilM :';' t

(Me-O. ..I.......I) a......... OK.... .u.. H..aI ....... BASSET FURNITURE

SATURDAYS '" lI\6lt.: *vU.

1:30 Choir Rehearsal able at ONLY 7.3O ** ...!_ at tb* TwaT CaV GHi .PS* jwS Bl SwEI i... VOGUE RATTAN '
.
pm .....
BAYOU MARINA *&,Bay ]set.
SUNDAYS tor. .UN flit II! ytwT ... 1' .
A",, MJ _...._ KODAWOOD OF MIAMI '
9xl& am Sunday School ,........ ..:taus is.say f.l s g [von a careful driver can cause
11:00 Service GUM ..-.....- ----. teO'VA wsub
am Worship an accld.nt..a bury can r com> .
.
m '>>" BRADLEY LAMPSGREENSPAN ..
& Sermon "A New Commandant \ star .. .... ... rr.nd a )lodgment of SiOO.OOO
......... ...... h TriM -...,.....-.
mo .. Your savings, home
or .
Trtahrs.d h Bh1.A.e P o.i. Btbtq LAMPS I.
Mass Ltfa EASY fee and future wammc% can be knpa .
o.-ch wl TN Awwswsl.tlow Far rata. sail aa> Martinis La-
(e.........) arvtca. 111-.hIIi ....Halnn want. fd. sw.p< away in such a NEWTON Boudoir Furniture 7 .

..... C. atd K. Low. W-a.*. ._ situation.
.u. .k.'" int. ..tad in th. .
You'll be f
THURSDAYS ear .-...*. wa can stash S a 7 town 'I
aypatiwr* aja nru compttan and acorxMrty of .1.
9:00 am Holy Eucharist is t rst w1137. *
THIRD SUNDAY AFTIR Call 770011. a* .... at *a mm. M
TRINlTYs PolICy in insuring you aca n" Furniture. Lamps Rugs :

Eucharist big bodily inury cae"" .. and Accessories are '1J .
8:00 am Holy .
arriving dally, so DO STOP .
10:30 am Family' Eucharist. & ;
Sermon. Church School ELGIN JOHN P. HUTHINSURANCE IN AND SEE USI '


Water Softeners

Itoosoner & AnsonR.ORST end Filters

/ ROY M. PHILLIPS 550O Marina Dr.

.F... /NL.. fr 5.. .1li.tPDom. 744L3142Ml HOLMES BEACH EdIP.e Home Furnishings S AppliancesYour

cam. ui I111l.M. ... 778.1022
n+b1.M
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744-4451 **
744.91 ..... S ... 778-2009 Authorized FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service DealerJ



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June 11, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7



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Have A Carnal Front Hone Canal Front Hones LICENSED HARRY PAINTING M. CONTRACTOR RIFE

. That we feel to be an exceptional valuel I I Have Two New 2 BR 2 B and ..... 778-1341 AMIM *Uri.
Built by a most reputable builder--this home
has been owned by only one family-and has One 3 BR at Reduced Prices.
all the extras not usually included such as: IMINI I lAY 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 bas extra storage space in two-car
garage an extra screened patio and a JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
beautifully landscaped lot. For the thrifty CITY OF ANNA MARIA
buyer and particular home owner--this will REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS
If you are looking for an outstanding valuein
be THE ANSWER!
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach '
: a hom site on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Day and is near the Gulf Beaches.
the
TWO LOTS between highway and Gulf in
OIMINI BAY 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 52,2501 Win

GERTRUDE BLASSlNGAME, REALTOR For Quick Actlon---
[) o Masonite's
INA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY. .....,- ...*.....-77-2154 .. "KEY TO IF Your PROPERTY IS "FOR

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA SALE", Fairly Priced LIST

A.' BETTERLIVING" WITH US. WE WILL SELL IT.

JACK'SBARGAIN BECK_'. REAL TV

BOARD get COME your OUT Official and 5500 MARINA DRIVE. HOLMES BEACH

ENTRY BLANK! HOME PHONE 778.3333
JOHN H. DKCKKTT.: JPt. VIC RCIHCL. MAIUOM SMITH
BAYFRONT HOME--A truly lovely lot with a for >*..I.T.M..mmommm A.__!.(. A.__!...
j magnificent view. Dandy two-bedroom home Open Inspection
|completely furnished. Double garage and a nice
maid's room. A Close-out at Just S12.OOOI #26 Seaside Court
For
TWO Nice Lots in Point section--Close to Gulf. RENTALSBEACH -
Just $1.65O each--A REAL STEALI!
.
KEY ROYALE: An exceptionally nice three-bed- FRONT .
room two-bath air-conditioned home just
completed fully furnished. An EMERGENCY ORYEARL
SALE--PRICED AT ONLY $2O.6OOI! Realtor
JACK HOLMES, Y

SEE
OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN--but we DICK WAGNER Realtor
Office 6101 Marina Dr. -
with
must
part Tang. Topaz Tammy
4 Three Darling Kittens--ten weeks old 2217 Gulf Drive. B. B.Tel.
and nicely house broken. Your Choice. 778-2883
_in for Good Home.HERE'S .
return a ----------- -
ii iii. Are You Looking?

see,

r YOUR CH ANC E--A lovely never-lived- George Wagner
in. Brand New. 3-Bedroom. 2-Bath CANAL L DEVfLOPfllffiT[ cofipowiTion
FRONT HOME. Reduced from $19.SOO to a low REALTY
$16.75O--wlth JUST $800 DOWN$105 a month.
Island Skoppli C..i..r '
7 ?w.J 1.
t NO CLOSING COSTS PHONE 778-2444
S ..
Or WRITE BOX 1012 Presents ,
- -

JACK MARSHAll Renter C...H.ANNA......MARIA>,fte,...!....
M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria Ati._ P,...A....t... .? 11y. .






: FORMICA World's fair House



. . GULF DRIVE

0't Daily At K.y Royal CO.OfCMATIVK APAATMENTS
, C.'I""JI'. O.11pa.
.--....----.....
HOLMES BEACH
ANNA MAltA ISLAND



MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOI INSPECTION


DAILY



FEATURING
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L-........ .......{..rq L.p.-. A4&-C-.I. .........TV AN.w.I..1 _

SUNDAYS 1 6 WEEKDAYS 10 6 O...I.. ......As..d ,... a....,.......b1r...4s..+s1 6 C.TY/rU I/Iww T.1./Ar M-E.r..r o..a..

v.O..r.U C.:: ..-.-...-.. C.1..IL.p1... 1...-r 6 r'-'I O.-M........ aa0..
I1".a-...u.-...............
OVER THE BRIDGE

ON For Information Contact Robert S. Cable,


KEY ROYALE DRIVE Sales Manager Phone 7781611I.



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8 ,_____ Thursday.June 11.- 1O64. ..

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

DO YOU HAVE THOSE

'k/aJ Z>aq'ems??? &'W NEW! NEW! NEW! SHIPMENT!
.
.
u r1.
.or : IMC.
NO" - Permanent Flowers & Greens
\ HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

NEED : There NEW COLORS.......&...NEW.........VARIETIES
is always something New
WITH .. > 7aee'z4 Z>
Dodo 9 vree
'I
: to please you here... e19
THE' flce 2?At

Holmes leech Coin Laundry We invite you to try our new .

P.S. We also have Orga-sonic 71 Organ by Baldwin. Free Gift & Mail Wrap

LARGE CAPACITY DRYERS SALES or RENTALS j Lending Library
/J 9
w, .r 1. D.r.cj....
PHONE SUMMER 778-1O19 HOURS.

CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.


NEW! NEW! t1fi4a 6r


PITTSBURGH Owe 'a<<'aaaac ie'o4

SUN-P OOF SUN DRESSES
PURf HAWAIIAN SHIFTS

Q ? JAMAICA SETS

< &te* CAPRI SETS

House [PaintIN
'''
'J.S'i Arrived---

Manatee County Water 4 READY-MIX COLORSDARK Dressmaker Swim Suits

(Company INCORPORATED) BROWNBLUE by 4qd Siah.

../....Off let: DARK GREEN CHARCOAL -
Shopping Center, Hom! 0 ach, Florida
Tcl.phon. 778.2022 Holmes Beach S.ppli s lie.

778-1131

'laei l/e uee' 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach .
L.y.w.y Pho.
,
NEW Numbered Oil Paint Sets P/.n/ -'- 7781161CHOICE
Two 12x16 Panel or Two 16x20 Panels WE RENT KXJMMG liDS.IAIY calIS ii's .'4P SFi{Wort+eA
-
rtAY FINS MATCBS
each includes all material needed
-HIGH CHAIRS *UNIteS *SUNAATMINC con
plus complete instructions STaot.LIU K.ANltn"S MEATS & PRODUCE
Linen Rental Service 771-1 472
214.54th St. Holmes BeachHUFFINE'S

Q 778-1020 HANDY DANDYOPEN
STANDARD SERVICE
c.....&v...
$ ..
.0..14 A A 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
-
CALL 778-1771
NIGHT 778-144O EVERY DAY
ISLAND
TO ALL THOSE CUSTOMERSwho Aaaa Maria Island's Only SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
made my recent trip to the New
LICENSED CAR DEALER
York World's Fair possible: I wantto
ASE
thank all of you for being so loyal B.,lck-RoMbUr-Do lfl...Dod9. Dori Plymouth Call 7782012R.

and kind in helping to make it a very
R. C.
FOR HIM ON FATHERS DAY SCHUCHARD
.
rewarding trip,and one I shall always JUNE 21st
remember. 1 had never been to New PLUMBINO CONTRACTOR
Full Selection 1 of Fathers Day Cards
York City, or to a World' Fair I Shorts--28 5304 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
Walking -48--$2.98-$4.98
I recommend it
beforehand highlybut -- Swim Trunk s--28-50--$2.49-$3.98 PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS
if ,TAKE YOUR WALKING
you go Beach Coats-Beach Towels-Beach Mats
SHOES WITH YOU--IT'S A MUSTIII
I will be happy to help anyone who ISUN6VARIETYSTOlilE77f1521HOUSE I b EACH LIQUOR STOKED
needs to be encouraged to go.
Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
Your
THANK EARL YOU MOWRYP.S. AGAIN, ON FIRE? .-lirtOQ rs WEEK END PECIAlS .

( P ...ALLOmFOR For Long Cool Summer
c
{ Y\X)
.Our prices are still the best on WXJ Refreshment
the Island, so keep buying all those I,)_) _, COMPLETE GIN --- VODKA
WONDERFUL PH1LCO PRODUCTS I ICttl TAILORED fifth 52.99IMPERIAL
TI' p PROTECTIONFOR

I. ft CowftrtaWt PERSONALBUSYNESS.CAR YOUR HOME. 3

with SEE TEN HIGHWALKERS FOR
GIN
10.00

AIR CONDITIONER (Bag J4'rea 3J nsuran.ce BLACK LABEL 6 Pack J"

........ BUSCH BAVARIAN .LUs.
I' it
OLD MILWAUKEE "ao _
T
ISLAND TV 771-1703 778-1697 778.1548
PHONE 778-2023
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd I closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FOR FAST FREE DELIVERYPage



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