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 25, 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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Volume ID: VID00230
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good



No. 659 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JUNE 25. 1964 TEN CENTS


Bank Declares DividendThe .. : ::j: : :', .; -, :M:. ,.. ., Holmes Explains Need For 1.5 Mill I

Island Bank will pay its ,'..... w ..iP.t' """ ..I.
stockholders a Erosion Tax Levy Asks Approval

cents per share on
dividend the third A request for a one and one- not only for this year'sbond
semi-annual dividend half mill tax levy for the I Q6.65 ..- payment but also for
paid by the bank will fiscal year was made to the next year's payment. This
to shareholders of county commission recentlyby will correct the deficit
of June 23.According. I the Island Erosion Preven- which we have had In the
t
tion District.At Interest'and Bond redemption -
to C. E.
president of the last week's meeting the fund. However this
dividend was voted county commission. Hugh G. does necessitate increasing
directors of the bank Holmes district chairman the mlllagc for this fund
was advised to seek approvalof from .5 mill to 1 mill.
regular meeting on
and the 50 percent '6 w the levy by officials of the To partially offset this
over the dividend paid three Island cities. Holmes Increase we arc reducing
uary reflects the .i. later said he had written each our general fund assess-
earnings of the bank. of the three cities requesting ment from .75 mill to .5
Retained earnings their approval.At mill. This will bring in
increased the Cap I t a special meeting of the approximately $9,65O into
Reserve Accounts Anna Maria City Commissionlast the general fund. In the

000 on opening day ( week a resolution was past year we have spent
1961) passed in which the commis- over $14OOO in funds from
to $330OOO as
30. 1964. sion indicated it would express the general fund for erosion
"no disapproval" of the levy. control work.
in Anna Maria
on a lazy summer
Dog Owners disturbance made by Jumping fish. Holmes was to have a con- Interest and Bond Redemption -
Holmes Beach Mayor ference with Bradenton Beach Fund:
G. Twist this week Candidates To officials early this week and Bonds & Interest lQ6...
to residents of the the matter was to be considered $8,120: Bond & Interest t.
exercise their dogs In Election by the Holmes Beach Boardof 1965. $7.880. for a total for
Special
leashes and not on Aldermen at a meeting on the two years of $16,000.
beaches. statement about his resignation Tuesday evening. Assessment & Collection
"The city has a be from the city commission: Although the erosion district Fees of $1,000 brinK the
nance prohibiting dogs The City Charter providesthat commission has the power to amount required tol7.OOO.
beaches or dogs on "The Mayor and City levy the tax without the consentor I-mill levy based on the
large and unleashed Commission each shall hold approval of the taxpayersor I 1963 tax roll will produce

part of the city's office. . until their suc- the cities Holmes said ho 19280.
Twist said after a the cessors are elected and felt it was gocxi'Vubllc rela- General I Fund: Expenditures -
complaints had been late qualified." tions," to consult the cities. June 1963-June,
the city office. It also provides that "City The requested 1-1/2 mill 1964, 1403783. A .5 mill
"We have no Officials shall continue in levy is expected to yield about levy based on the 1963 tax
pound to hold the office and in the discharge 28881. of which $19,3OO will roll, will produce 9640.
and our one policeman be needed for Interest and Balance on hand In General I
x be expected to Kinking fund on the district Fund for emergency work, 1
ordinance unless he bonds outstanding and the balance $64.372.55. Bonds outstanding \'
a specific sworn \ is to be added to the $53.OOO.According .
against a dog owner." I district's general fund. Last to Holme, some
The mayor also I year the levy was 1 l1 I'" mills. of the work carried on by the
that motel and Holmes told the county commission district In the pant two yearn
owners advise tenants the increase Is needed Include: Installation of groins
city ordinance and put to build up the general fund. on the northeast side of the
house rules "No dogs 2)w lie said the $6". 72 now on Island in Anna Maria; installation -
beaches; no dogs hand in the general fund Is of groin, plus artificial
loose." needed no major erosion jobs nourishment In the area near
He warned: can be handled In an emergency the Anna Maria City Pier (a
ordinance continue to without the necessityof project In which part of tho
lated it will be a largo increase in the tax cost was borne by tho City of
the city to take action levy in any Mingle year. Anna Maria); repairing three
owners of offending i Holmes said the district had groin on tho Gulf shore In
be fined $25 or be been forced to borrow money Anna Maria and major construction -
for five days or both. H. E.! "CIHI! !" COX from Its general fund during In Bradenton Ueach.

of their duties as such until the pant two years In order to where four groin on the Gulf
St. Laurent Seeks the the day following election." retire outstanding bond, shore Mouth of the Cove wore
July The city attorney has which now amount to $ J.X'. extended and made higher.
Intervene In stated that the procedureIs The borrowing became nece,.
in 1 perfectly legal.In ary when tax Income arrived Island Power Squadron

Heading a group of a release to the press too late to make the bondpayments. Promotes Safe' BoatingIn
Interested in building; a last week, an item was .
convention center in I omitted relating to the date Following 1 I. an explanation cooperation with President
Beach. Jean-Paul St. J the vice' mayor would resign of the reason for the request Johnson proclamationof
has filed a motion ;I a* commissioner. for the one and one-half-mill "Safe Boating Week." June
permission to (Continued on Page 6)) levy for tho next fiscal years 28 through July 4, tho Anna
suit against the City of Determination of mlllago Maria' Island Power Squadron
Beach. I I for 196-4 tax rolls Due to the I I. sponsoring a widespread

hearing before ......'. .: f.. fact that the tax revenue campaign to promote boating
Court Judge Robert E. < doe not come In prior to safety. according to Cuatl N. #
on the suit against re Y the date that the bond must Guttent>erger, commander of
was scheduled for be redeemed we have' had tho Island Squadron.The .
June 24. to advance money from our campaign feature lectures -
The suit brought by a general fund to payoff these advertising> .
of property owners. bond*. When the taxes do motion' picture, newspaper
the CIty's action in come In, this money I* then publicity and other feature
70th and 71 HI Street refunded. Therefore, w. designed' to promote educationIn
request of St. Laurent have determined. that the Safe floating
aside and the street mlll..cc. should tw assessed (Continued on Pago 3}
turned to their former
The Holmes Beach
Aldermen at a m<<"
ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
'
June 2. voted a r

the city attorney be In. r....-.,6''_... ..... ....w..
to "withdraw any
pleadings . and to lam t44u.. .p m Ml gfft .
further defense J
no on
Iwtc .14Ml. 4') etfMl 91V3 &4 Nuuct
of the City. . ..
I.ns I' MCII si .H4BO Nuns
St. Laurent through a.
1wK .--..K sv J 91 .2
Manson Bradenton
1rsw I')..*. a'ad 91 M None
-
ha* filed a motion RllfYn..Jr.sHolmea Beach Yacht
June O..44 ** W7 91VO .4
- the court's permission boat were those of member Norm
J.*M> 2lr2Juvr22 90 ftftMS "*i None
allowed': Intervene in < Squadron ing the suit. and to be Island to enjoy Sunday. luncheon at *-.4 91 90 WI .24

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THE ISLANDER Thursday, June-25v$.

Erosion Levy Approved By .:-..'... &I"1 -

_ Islander Editorials Holmes Beach AldermenA r 7

resolution was passedby paving would cost $2,172
ABOUT ANNEXATIONFollowing the Holmes Beach based on actual bids.
Board of Aldermen at its White Avenue and Aqua
meeting Tuesday evening Lane also will be paved.
is a letter from Senator Ed H. PriceJr. : approving the requested Cost of paving on all
relative to the subject of annexation particularly. one and one-half mill tax three streets will be paid
annexation by the City of Bradenton: for erosion control. by owners of property
The 1965 session of the Florida Legislature Is Alderman Harry Varley abutting the streets.
just eleven months away. This means that planningis who questioned the need Aldermen Sidney Brown
being done now by groups and individuals to for the tax this year cast and John E. Holmes Jr.
propose new laws and to attempt to make changesin the one dissenting vote.He reported their findings on ..
existing laws. said the district when the Holmes Beach Yacht :4 : : ..;. __.lIlT' --__.
I am anxious that any proposed changes created in 1949 was not Basin. They said cost of
affecting Manatee County be submitted to all of intended to be a continu- repairing the seawall on -- -.-- '.
the citizens of the county for their study and ing entity but was formed Marina Drive and Installing .. j-_. '- -
comment at the earliest possible moment. It is only to do specific erosion boat slips wouldbe : : r'- :< :
Important that I be aware of the wishes of my control work. several thousand dollars . : ; -
constituents in Manatee County before giving Asked if the erosion dis- but would yield a
serious consideration to any proposals for new trict ever had considered fair return to the city for Saturday evening's thunder shower brought down
laws or change in existing laws. I do not wish to retiring its $53OOO worthof the investment if it under- a sizeable limb from a dead Australian pine tree \
at a home near the Gulf end of 50th Street Holmes
for laws
support any legislation new or changesIn bonds still outstanding. took the project.
existing laws in Manatee County unless such Chairman Hugh Holmes City Engineer Ed Haver- Beach. Quite by chance the tenant in the cottagein
change will be to the best interests of the welfareof said it had, but only when kos was Instructed to get picture parked his car in a different location that
the great majority of my constituents. the county is ready to bids on the work and to evening and thus missed having the limb hit it dead
Recently several citizens of the City of assume entire responsi- present them at the next center. Residents and property owners who have
Dradenton have approached me with proposals to bility for erosion control meeting of the board. dead trees to remove may call City Clerk Mrs. I
change the existing law relating to annexation of work on the Island. Only one meeting of the Pauline Archer who will furnish the names of a
adjacent territory into the City of Dradenton. Mayor Elmer G. Twist board is scheduled for number of competent and trustworthy tree men.
- Such proposals range from the desire to accomplish said he had previously next month and will be (ISLANDER---PHOTO-- )
this by legislative act, without referendum heard anything about the held on July 14. Thatdatewas ST. LAURENT SEEKS. . meeting was called for the
to a plan which would allow it to be accomplished county assuming the ero- set for a public hear- (Continued from Page 1) principal purpose of passIng -
by a vote of freeholders only. sion control work but he ing on some proposed to file any documents in a new ordinance relating -
The present law governing annexation of thought it a good time to revisions to commercial the case he and counsel to the Increased tax
adjacent territory by the City of Bradenton is suggest or request the zoning districts. Alder- deem necessary.In on cigarettes. Although
found In "Chapter 59-1088 Page 51, Special Acts county to do so, and then man F. D.Shell chairmanof a news story in an members of the press
of 1959 Volume 2, Part 1 of the Laws of Florida." retire the bonds and dis- the board's zoning area paper Tuesday St. were notified of the meet-
The pertinent material describing the present solve the erosion district. committee said there Laurent is quoted as say- ing the morning of the dayit
method of annexation is explained in Section 1 as Former Mayor Carl F. should be some upgradingof ing "If I had not Inter- was to be held no other
follows: Scott said the question of commercial districts vened In the suit and the announcement was made
"Section 1. The corporate limits of the the district's continuingto from C-3 to C-2 classi objectors won by default. and very few residents of
City of Dradenton in Manatee County Florida operate had been takenup fications. Holmes Beach would become the city knew the meetingwas
may be extended at any time so as to include with the district The board approved a liable for a million to be held.
adjacent territory south of the Manatee river attorney. Circuit Court bid from Curry and Turner dollar damage suit." With three or four exceptions -
by an ordinance passed by the city council of Judge Robert Willis and Construction Co. of He was quoted further: all those who
said city and approved by its mayor or duly he had given the opinionthat Dradenton for sand seal "The group that I have attended the meeting were
passed over his veto; provided that such it was legal. ing the surface of 56th with me in the project to later reported to have
ordinance be subsequently approved by a The board will preparea and 58th Streets and South provide a luxury resort on been investors in the pro-
majority of the votes legally cast at an electionto resolution suggestingthe Harbor Drive a total of Anna Maria Island have ject.
be held on the question of the adoption or county assume the about 1OOOO square yardsof invested considerable When the members of
rejection of said ordinance by the qualified erosion prevention work surface. sums based on the city's the board voted unani-
voters of the territory proposed to be annexed pointing out that the coun- Two street lights will action last year. Two mously to close the two
and further approved by a majority of the votes ty had taken some stepsin be Installed on 70th Street Montreal architects alone streets. Mayor Crawfordsaid
legally cast at the same election by the that direction by its and another at Marina have invested 28000." they were acting in
qualified voters of the city of Bradenton votingon recent installation of an Drive and 56th Street. St. Laurent's action this accordance with the Flor-
the question; and, provided further that the anti-erosion groin at the Police Chief W. H. week came almost exactlya ida Statutes and said he -'
territory to be annexed may be divided by the county beach. Snooks Adams reportedhe year after the board of had been so advised by '
resolution calling such election convenient Varley and Scott were had inspected all the aldermen vacated the two the city attorney RobertH.
'- districts for the purpose of said election and appointed as a committeeto city's emergency equip- streets.He Schultz.
that the results of the voting In each district draft the resolution for ment recently and thatIt appeared before a The mayor and Board
shall determine the question for such district consideration by the boardat is all in good working special meeting of the President John H. Dec-,
separate from the results of any other district; its next meeting. order. board on June 17, 1963 kett said the procedure
and, further provided that at least one voting Mayor Twist reportedthat Varley Brown and Scott and presented a petition followed in vacating the
place shall be provided for each designated a geologist from the were asked to review all asking the city to vacate streets called forapublh
district." Florida Water Resources the city's ordinances and the two streets between hearing on the matter be
I feel a responsibility to all of my constituentsin Board started a survey of to make recommendationsfor Gulf Drive and the Gulf. fore the county commis
Manatee County regardless of whether they live wells on the Island to updating any that were The petitioner gave as sion.
in the east, west north or south section of the determine what supply of found to be conflicting or his reason for appearingat Harry Varley now
county; however since the area north of the Mana- water Is available. Start- obsolete. that meeting the fact member of the board at
tee River is exempt in the present law I am goingto ing the week of July 6, he llavcrkos reported that that the regular board aldermen objected to th<
assume that those citizens proposing a change will begin taking physical there had been consider- meeting of July 2, had entire procedure at the
would continue to exempt that area north of the logs of individual wells. able recent vandalism to already been cancelled meeting saying that al-
Manatee River from any proposed change. Consequently his work will of course the wooden street signs because of a lack of quo- though the board's action ;.
my request for comment and assistance involve getting the per- and suggested Installa- rum. One member of the might be legal it certalnlyf
Is directed to any and all citizens living south of mission of well owners tion of concrete posts to board. Col. Sidney Drown was not ethical to give t
the Manatee River In any area which could be and Mayor Twist asked carry the street desig was In Europe and other away city streets. (Flor-
considered adjacent to the corporate limits of the that all well owners cooperate nations. The project will members were planning Ida Statutes provide that]
City of Dradenton. to help make the be investigated further. vacations during the next when a street is vacated,
In order to help mo to serve you in a manner survey complete and suc- month. it automatically revert
which will reflect your wishes and your needs I cessful. Tebbetts Joins Team According toSt. Laurent to the owners of adjacent
ask that you discuss our present law with relationto City Clerk Mrs. Polly Island resident George an option on part of the property).
annexing adjacent territory into the City of Archer reported receiptof Birdie" Tebbetta man- land adjacent to the two The attempt to make St
Dradenton with your family friends neighbors, a check of $476 from ager of the Cleveland streets was to expire on Laurent's request see a
organized civic service or neighborhood associa- the Island Division of the Indians left Wednesdayfor June 3O, and another on an Impromptu one wa
tions and anyone else interested. After such County Chamber of Commerce Cleveland to rejoin July 8. Hence the urgencyfor spoiled when It was re
discussion I ask that every interested person to be used only his team. action by the board. vealed that the rcsolutior
write me to let me know whether or not they for mosquito control.A After suffering a severe Chester V. Crawford to vacate the two street
. desire any change in our present annexation law public hearing was heart attack in April he who was mayor at that had been prepared befor*
and. If so. what change do they propose. held to consider paving of has been at home for time said the special the meeting.
I pledge to you that I will not consider any Shell Drive. Robert E.lenowlell. several weeks resting 1
proposals for change of any existing law until' and Dradenton attorney and recuperating--and The Islander r BLky
concerned have assured that for extra weightas
unless the people me appeared losing some
they feel such a change Is needed and desired. W. W. Fuller and objected prescribed by his doctors Ale *.p....... ....IT publisi...d ...r, -n.ru.
Please let me hear from you as soon as to the project. In fact one of the THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

possible.The Doard President Merrill first things to be done in 31. PI. Av.cw.. Alt. M.,.. Isl..J. FI.......
subject of Senator Prlcelener is not Tritt reported that the Cleveland. la a complete
about annexation the examination by EDITOR. .. . ____._._STEVE KIMBALL
unexpected--especially by City physical :
of Dradenton. Those same persona who were ao very heart specialists there. ADVERTISING MANAGER-.AAARGE KIMBALL
desirous of having tho"DlgCityof in 1963 wr Tebbetta believes that MAIl. ADDRESS: P. 0. 1\0. 737.Anna Marta Florida.
are no leas so now and we predicted at that time the Cleveland team has TELEPHONE+ : 771-2O2I.
that the matter would be brought up--again and again) made great strides but
SUBSCRIPTION( RATES U. S 13.5O
In a short discussion of the letter with Senator '. that it still has a way togo per year; S2 for six month Canada* t\JaJ
Price he explained that although in fact the Island \ with a number of its $5 per! year. ADVERTISING RATES _
is west of the Manatee it III considered talented players of y
.. River as young SI per column Inch. Dtcownt ten -: :
part of the territory in the county which Is "south of still needing more ex- percent for atBConaecvvlve tnrterttonftIf Q. ..
the river." perience. paid by tenth of following month. "" J.
And although the Island is by no means adjacentto Accompanying Tebbetta National or agency placed advertlsing. >/)
column Inc A.wtaw .
the corporate limits of the City of Hradcnton. it on his trip to Clevelandwere SI.16.per.......tuectra<...u- fjfrCLOSING '
could..-throuh no effort on its own partand as the his wife and their TIMFi NCXVsi. Tl'FJOAY.
result of annexation or a series of annexations of the three daughters, and sonGeorge Entered" .. Second Cla..matter water
area which now...parate.the Island become adjacent Jr. They make the Act of March 3. .7Q.
in a fairly abort time. The next step? Write to your their year-around home-
Senator and tell him you think the law should NOT here and will return for MANATEE COUNTY ONLY HOME OWNED: NEriPaKR
be changed and why you think it should not bel I PHOTO BY RENE: RCDOM the opening of school.



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Thursday. June 25, 1964 THE ISLA.\DER Page 3

SAFE BOATING WEEK... Local Scouts Set ..
Kiwanis ActivitiesThe a. to 8 pm W..ki.ys
(Continued from Page 1)
Island Kiwanis Club In addition members of Good Camp Record 8 am to 2 pn Sundays
1 will recognize the official the Island Squadron will
117th birthday of United man a desk at the Inter- Island Boy Scout Troop 7
States Postage Stamps at City National Bank at compiled an impressive lUfBB'SIsland
its regular dinner meetingon Cortez Plaza throughoutSafe record at Camp Flying
Wednesday July 1, at Boating Week. Uni- Eagle last week.
the Manatee County Beach formed squadron officers Flying Eagle is in,Manatee -
pavilion. P. W. Miller a will be on hand from 9 County and is an Pharmacy
local philatelist will be a.m. until 2 p.m., June official Boy Scout camp 59O4 Marina Drive
the after-dinner speaker 29 through July 3, to ex- with canoeing boating,
on the subject of the early plain the functions of the fishing archery a rifle 77a-1 11.-HIt. 778.2075
history of United States U. S. Power Squadrons in range facilities for J, O. wEsa. P'--cl.
stamps. promoting Safety Afloat nature study and best of
Scheduled speaker at the and how anyone interestedmay all, a large swimmingpool. C
Kiwanis Club's meetingthis acquire a liberal There are a numberof
week was to be Marvin knowledge of Boating small s c r e e ned-In C. .
Werley. principal of Safety through the studyof buildings to sleep in, as
the Pine Grove (Pa.High free courses offeredby well as tent areas. The
t School who is a guest of the Power Squadrons.All mess hall is large neat
the Rev. Lester M. Utz. area residents and and clean and the best _
visitors are invited to of food is served. w. FREE DELIVERY
Club
Twelve
High visit this desk for com- Seven troops from Fort
The Island High Twelve plete information on how Myers to Bradenton wereat REGISTERED
Club will hold its regular they too may aid in pro- the camp last week.
luncheon meeting at the moting Safe Boating. One of the highlights was PHARMACISTSON
Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat the competitive swimming Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keeler of Holmes Beach as they DUTY
noon, Thursday. June HOWARD WESLEY meet in which Troop 7 prepare for a SCUBA diving trip to the Caribbean.
25. Robert Schultz Mana- LOCKER 72, of 313 Bay placed second. The local (Islander Photo by Ed Dauman) AT ALL TIMES
tee County Prosecutor Boulevard Anna Maria troop also tied for first
will speak at the meeting died Saturday June 20, place for neatness of its to be inducted into the Hugh Holmes and Jim I I ItAMr
on the activities of the at Manatee Memorial camp site. Order of the Arrow whichis Chapman both first clans
prosecutor's office. Hospital Bradenton. Under the leadership of a national brotherhoodof Scouts; Alan Olatterman
At the meeting of the Born in Wayne County Scoutmaster Wally War- Scout honor campers.Its and Greg Borden second
following week July 2,the Mich., he had lived in ner and Assistant Scout- purpose Is to recog- class Scouts and Bob 1; ORANGE
speaker will be Col. SId- Anna Maria since April master Jim Borden nine nize those campers who Bruggncr and Del Bower
ney G. Brown of Holmes moving here from Birmingham Island boys spent a very best exemplify the Scout tenderfoot Scouts. Amongthe
Beach who will tell of Mich. He was a busy week. Those attend- oath and law in their dally merit badges they TAG
his experiences in VietNam retired employee of the ing and their achieve- lives. worked on were nature
and show colored Ford Motor Co.. Detroit. ments or nearly completed The other Scouts who personal fitness swimming THROUGH JULY 4lh
slides he took while sta- Attended the Christian achievements were: were at the camp were soil and water conservation -
tioned in that country. Science Church and was a Eric Akins a Life Scout Dick Hutchins and Rich- life saving and 365 Multiple
member of the Palestine worked on merit badgesfor ard Warner Life Scouts; marksmanship. VitaminsOne
PennyAPoundPennyapound Lodge F&AM, Detroit. nature personal fitness .
airplane Survived by a daughter canoeing soil and Tablet Daily
rides will be featured at Mrs. Robert C. Anthony water conservation. lie tm't FOODLINER
the BradentonSarasota Pontiac Mich.; a son, was selected by Troop 7GrlfftthC
Airport Saturday and Howard W. Locker Jr., Quality & Variety
Sunday July 4 and 5, by Birmingham; a brother. 1 Inc Funeral 1RExAiII
members of the Manatee Harry Locker of Trenton Home Bradenton was in

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and sons Payne and Sean of Fayetteville N. C..,
All About People... Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fokes of Welrsdale.

_ MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Paul r PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Har I
Gatto Jr. and family of Tampa.. .Mr.and Mrs. Edgar rison and family of Middlctown Ky. .Mr. and Mrs.
Morris of Owensboro Ky...Mr and Mrs. C. F. rI/kc! W. L. Houck and family of Charlotte N. C.
Miller of Dayton Ohio...Mr and Mrs. J. H. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. ,
Brackney and sons of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tony Galvez of St. Petersburg and daughters Nllda
Botts and family of Toledo Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. and Mayra.
Norman V. Alderman of Bradley on their honeymoon. SCHELTER COTTAGE: Lt. Col. and Mrs. ErnestJ.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. James Foss of Clark and family. .Mr. and Mrs. C. Farquhar of
Metropolis Ill...Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buchanan of Bradenton.
Danville Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McCoy and Mr. PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.William
and Mrs. Jimmie Mitchell of Savannah Tenn. H. Frosch of Indianapolis.
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Woolard of 1TTISLAND TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Aunost of
East St. Louis Ill...Mr. and Mrs. George Kunz Pine Grove Pa...Mr. and Mrs. D. Asburn of
and family of Grand Rapids Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Morrow of St.
Prentice Rowe and family of Chattanooga Tenn. .. Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. Carson R. Stuart of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mabray of Plant City. Penfield Ohio.. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cline of
EAST O* THE SUN: Mary Alice Sheffield and Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hanbly of Albany Ga.
daughter of Ruskin...Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lanigan VISITORS Dr. and Mrs. Ray Estes of . .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Behon of Winter Haven
of Brandon.. .Mr. and Mrs. George Gunder and Decatur Ill., and son Ray Jr., who vacationed In .. .Miss Caroline W. Foss of Florida City...
Holmes Beach recently. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mr. and Mrs. R. and daughter of .
family of Lakeland. .Mrs. Ann Nlesman of Holmes Cooper Tampa. .
Beach. ..Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loucks and familyof William H. Duke of Fort Meade.
Wellsvllle N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kammanand Herbert of Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. L. DeWitt of LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dukeof I
family of Cincinnati. Fort Meade. .Mr. and Mrs. William Keene and Bartow.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Reid of
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. family; Mr. and Mrs.Malcolm Henderson and family Apopka. Miss Carolyn Prichett and party of Plant
McConnell; Mrs. G. Gallasso and Jimmie Gallasso; and Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Henderson and family all City. .Mrs. Jane E. Tison and party of Parrish...
Mr. and 'Mrs. L. Mandese; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Butler of Lakeland Mrs. J. Pascale and party of Califon N. J...Mr 1
Barnes; John Brochman; Mr. and Mrs. James .. Mrs. Ruth Anderson and daughters of Oak Park and Mrs. W. S. Teague of Granite Falls N. C...
Schwavonski and family, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and family of Capt. and Mrs. E. Bergman of Alexandria Va...
Sanford all of Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick Lincolnwood Ill. Mrs. Evelyn C. Bugbee and family of Mentor-on-
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Townsend all of St. Peters- HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. the-Lake Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oakley of
burg. .Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of Lake Wales Boynton of Bradenton. .Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Reedof Bartow.. .Miss Maxine Clements Miss Sheila Sin-
. .Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ballcnger of Fort Meade. . Haines City. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McGlaughlinof gleton and Miss Sharon Slaughter all of Bradenton
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mitchell and family of Nashville Dayton Ohio.. .Mr.and Mrs.Henry W.Hutchens of ...Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Prevatt of Wimauma..Mr.and .
Tenn...Mr and Mrs. J. M. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Miami...Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith and family of Mrs. O. B. Conner of Gibsonson. .. Mr.and Mrs.H. .
Ronnie Davis all of Wild wood...Mr. and Mrs. .Rome Ga.. .Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Freeman of Tampa H. Hearn and family of Lakeland.. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Perry G. Martin of Ocala..Mr. and Mrs. K. ..Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blow and family of Muskegon R. Hale of Winter Haven.. .Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Schetrompf of Marl nna. .. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. Frith of Miami... Gassaway of Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. F. Klancho of
*
Stevens of Lakeland.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shields Mr. and Mrs. D. Hill of Avon Park..Mr. and Mrs. St. Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Dudleyof
and family of LaFayette Ga... Leroy Taylor andF. James Tomety of Dayton Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Martinsville Va...Mrs. Edwin Enderle and
D. Fore of Fort Meade.. Mr. and Mrs. JamesJ. Henry J. Colby of Athens Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs.L. party of Cincinnati.MR. .
Dennard of Tallahassee..J. Kilman of Miami... R. Mikel of Kokomo. Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. LeroyL. AND MRS. ROLAND T. DOWELL of Nashville
Mr. and Mrs. A. Andrews of New Orleans. Preser of Greenville Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Tenn. have been recent guests of Mr. Dowell's
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Robert Oelrich of Pittsburgh.S. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
and Mrs. Herbert E. Allen and family of Columbia S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Mills of 5O9- 59th Street Holmes Beach. Mr. and
S. C... Dolph Greer of Fort Meade.. .Donald F. Whitaker and daughter of Cross City. .Mr. and Mrs. Mills returned to the Island two weeks ago
Buckley of North Palm Beach.. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. R. Vaughn and family of Greenwood...Mr. from Granville Tenn., where they were called by
Edward Carter of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. JamesW. and Mrs. G. Wolk of Anna Maria. Mr. and Mrs. the death of Mrs. Mills father W. L.Dowell.
Strutman and family of Lakeland. .. Mr. and Mrs.A. Warren Ogle of Nashville Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. MILTON RANDOLPH of Berkley
J. LaDucer of Sarasota. ..Mr. and Mrs. G. W. James Daker and family of Bartow. .Mr. and Mrs. Mich., and children Richard Susan Stephen and
Crawford of Lithonla Ga. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul F. Myhand of Irving Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Sharon recently spent a short vacation at the homeof
Black of Detroit. ..Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnsonof Jack Kaplan of Atlanta. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mr. Randolph's parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Sun City..Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Dyess and Waters of Wauchula. Randolph of 415 Alamanda Street Anna Maria who
family of Lake Wales.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fokes left last week for Huntington Woods Mich.
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Thursday. June 25. 1964 Page 5

MR. AND MRS.. RALPH M.. KENDALL of South I
MORE ABOUT PEOPLE. The Town's Two Turtle Truckers
I .. Harbor Drive Holmes Beach are enjoying a motor
MISS KATHERINE PAULA GUILD daughter of Mr. trip through the Southwest visiting many of the
and Mrs. Russell M. Guild of Bradenton Beach points of interest in that area such as the Indian J LARGE Loggerhead
will become the bride of Richard Samuel Adams at pueblos the old missions and watching some of the Turtle weighing an
the Roser Memorial Community Church in Anna traditional Indian ceremonial dances. estimated 300 IDS.,
Maria at 7 p.m., Friday July 3. Mr. Adams is the ---, MISS PENNY FULLER which was found on
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams of Anna Maria "x:*1' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gulf Drive near 58th
and both he and Miss Guild are graduates of Manatee William. Fuller of 104 Street by Orvin Foot
High School. She has been employed as a secretaryand Shell Dr., Holmes Beach of Greenville. Mich.
receptionist by Dr. Jack W. Garnant in West is playing one of the principal Charles I Triano of
Nyack N. Y., and Adams is employed by Ingersoll- -I parts in the popular Bradenton an Island
Rand Corp. at Phlllipsburg N. J. Broadway hits"Barefoot gardener happened
MISS CAROL EVE YERLY. daughter of Mr. and in the Park." Miss Fuller along in his pickup
Mrs. John Yerly of Cortex will become the brideof c4 who has achieved the traditional truck. Triano Foot
Spyker Hollins Wilson Jr., at the Episcopal dream of all and an unnamed vol-
Church of The Annunciation Holmes Beach at 1 young actresses--that of unteer lifted the huge
2 p.m., Saturday July 4. Immediately following the being an understudy who R animal into the backof
wedding there will be a reception at the Holmes gets the opportunity to the truckprobably -
Beach Yacht Club and all friends and relatives are take the star's placeInthis the only such
invited to both the wedding and the reception. Mr. instance for 14 weeks turtle ever trucked
Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Wilson Sr. is a former resident of TOWARD the water.
of Nashville Tenn. He graduated from Donaldson the Island. As a youngster After being unloadednear
I High School in Nashville and attended Vanderbilt she attended the Island the beach the
PENNY FULLER
PRETTY
University. He is now employed by the Yerly Elementary School. She Is turtle took the short-
Plumbing Co. Miss Yerly is a graduate of Manatee a graduate of Northwestern University where she cat path to the water
High School and attended Manatee Junior College.She was a drama major. She has had a busy career as a and in Its passage
I has been employed by the Manatee National television actress and in summer stock as well as from the pickup to the
Bank for about five years. playing small parts in a number of Broadway and road sea, left an easy trail
MR. AND MRS. FRED WILLIAMS OF 74th Street companies.MRS. even for nonIndiansto
Holmes Beach have had as recent guests their RAYMOND A. GREEN of 56th Street. Holmes follow. No explanation -
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mc- Beach recently attended the annual alumnae reunion I was given by
Sherry of Avon Park Ohio and children Mary weekend at Wheaton College Norton Mass., where the turtle why he or
Kathy and Fred. she graduated in the Class of 1924. Some 300 she had been as far
MR. AND MRS. WALTER DANN of 77th Street almunae attended the reunion. This year marks the ,, t inland ai Gulf Drive
Holmes Beach have left to spend the summer at 50th anniversary of Wheaton as a liberal arts or if It had been on
their summer home in Alpena Mich.. college for women and one of the two Wheaton its way to Anna Maria
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. SPEER will arrive graduates to receive the college's first AB degreesin wk:1: 1 1K or the Houth end. In
this week from Boonton N. J. to occupy their homeat 1914 attended the weekend.MR. the bottom picture
510 South Drive Anna Maria until January. AND MRS. JOSE deRIVERA of New York City left to right are the
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HAY of Gulf Drive arc guests this week at the home of Mrs dcRivcra's I turtle truckers. Foot
Holmes Beach have left the Island for a vacationof parents Mr. and Mrs. U. Jcronlmo of Cocoanut i and Triano. Accord-
several months in northern Maine and eastern Avenue. Anna Maria. ing to marine blolo-
Canada. TOMMY CAVENDISH of Miami is a guest fora few i gists (and longtime
MRS. MAUDE DUGGAN of Anna Maria is spendingthe weeks of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank residents), this is the
summer in Gary N. C. Cavendish of Bay Boulevard Anna Maria. season In which the
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SEWARD of Anna Maria MR. AND MRS. MIKE MANEY of Lakeland and giant turtles come up on land to deposit their egg
and their son Billy and J. W. Welch have left for their three children are vacationing on the Island in the sand, but usually their nests are only a few I IHefty
Cleveland Tenn., where they will stay for several this week. feet from the edge of the water. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
weeks. MRS. MELVIN E. MILLER of 303 22nd Street
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR TAILLEFER of 219 Oak Bradenton Beach is visiting her family in Toledo LEFTY MILLER at the Anna Maria City Pier
Avenue Anna Maria have left to spend the summerin Ohio for several weeks. has asked The ISLANDER to express his heartfelt
Casco Maine. MR. AND MRS. J. REED COPELAND of Hamilton. thanks to the dozens of Island youngsters who
MR. AND MRS. JOHN L. MARLEY of Anna Maria Ohio have arrived here to occupy their home on presented Lefty with what has to be the world's
have returned to South Bend Ind. for the summer. North Shore Drive Anna Maria. largest Fathers Day card Sunday--slgnedbyall.


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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE CANDIDATES . Real Estate SaleMr. -- .

(Continued from Page 1) '-1 .,.1.f....._"... .. ,...."t ; J
BERNARD MISSION OP SPECIAL ELECTION He announced that he and Mrs. BernardF. ."'
TIM of Anna Pla..dawW Ii .;/ . .-.TI : !
Cur Maria. ''
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of > : :
(CATHOLIC) bold a SPECIAL ELECTION on would remain as com- Tellkamp Muskego 1'r-- ; .1 >
R... Fronei r. Welamiller Tuesday. July 7. 19A4. to elect aM.J'OI' missioner in order to Wis. recently purchasedLot '.. '-'it{" '.
to rill the unexplred term of ,
for 67 Bimini Estates \1)
MASS a_. O. Ferguaon. and la elect a have a quorum can- Bay -
: Commlaaloner to fill the unexplred vassing the election Anna Maria from k.1 !'
SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am term of Harvey G."' ."1'. .
and Milton Col- : -.1 '
PRANCES V.MAXON returns at a special Mr. Mrs.
WEEKDAYS: H am City Clerk meeting Wednesday lion of Santa Barbara ..
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm 6-11. I'. 2S. 7-2.64
morning July 8, and Calif. Gertrude Blassin-
ROSARY &. BENEDICTION: NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING
would resign imme- game. Realtor of Anna
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 Din The Council of IB* City of BradenionBeach.
handled the sale.
Florida will bold a PubUc diately thereafter. Maria
y
Hearing on Tueaday..Juno 30.1964.at Meyer is serving his I'
Horvy Memorial ChurchHan.O.nomlnatlonal 730 P.M.. at the Fire Hall for the Roser Mullet Sale
second two-year term as
( ) purpose of con.tderingthaapplcationof
Bradenton Beach LaMolne. Baker to clone the aUey commissioner havingbeen Members of the Youth
at 27th Street of Gulf and
wear Drive
R... A. W. SimmaSUNDAY deacrlbed aa follows "Alley bordering elected first in February Fellowship of Roser Memorial -

.: Lota 1. 2. J and 2% Block 34. 1961. He moved to Church will con-
'
Ilexhurai Subdivision.
UO:( am Sunday St.lioolCHrlatlon City of Bradenton Beach the Island in 1959 from duct a smoked mullet sale ztt
By Sophia L. Carothera Maywood. Ill., where he starting at 11 a.m., Friday -

Scltc Sorvlco 6-n a 23 City. etNOTICE Clerk was building Inspector and July 3, and all day

zoning enforcement offi- Saturday July 4. The sale
A. M. Community Houso OP INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME cer of the Village of will be at the parking lot
SUNDAY: The underalgned do hereby certify Maywood which has a of the church and at the
that they ar. conducting a
9OOa.m. CHRISTIAN bu....... at 3216-:U.r Avenuo Maaonry' Weat. population of more than IGA Store in Anna Maria.
SCIENCE SERVICE. Bradenton. Florida under the flctl- 27000. While serving in Advance orders may be
tloua name of G & E MASONRY and
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. CRETE and that aald firm la com. those capacities Meyer placed through the officeof I

... L.. RatllH.. Poilor posed of the following peraona.whose also was attached to the the church 778-2880.
namea and places of realdence .1'.aa '
FRIDAY: folio... Dale Garlock. 3316-311: s planning commis- Proceeds from the sale
Avenue Weat. Bradenion.Florida,and sion and its zoning boardof will be used to help defraythe
7:30 pm Deacons Meeting .James Elaenzlmmer. 4411- 7th See
SUNDAY W.at. Bradenton. Florida. appeals in an advisory expenses of the dele- tt ".
: f
It la our Intention to apply to the position.For gates to the Youth Con- 9
8:45 am Sunday School Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
beforehe ference of the Florida
Manatee County Florida to register many years
10:00 am Worship Service the ..,d name of G fc E MASONRY worked for the Villageof Fellowship of Community
5:30 pm Chapel Choir and CRETE under the provlalon of
Churches next week.in .
Chapter 2O933. Law of Florida.Act Maywood, Meyer was
6:30 pm Worship Service of 1941. assistant secretary of the '...
TUESDAY: Wltneaa our hands this 23rd Day of -
June. Public Service Companyof Europe in both World

7:00 pm Church Choir 1964.DALE OARLOCK Northern Illinois from Wars, and in World WarII Lois Powers of Pine Avenue Anna Maria with a

WEDNESDAY: 3216-Slat Bradenton.Ave Florida West which he retired becauseof he was the commanding catch of about 40 mackerel made at the Anna Maria

7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'm. .JAMES BI3ENZIMMER a disability.He officer of the American City Pier Monday. Mackerel were the "fish of the

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting 4411 Bradenton.-57th Street Florida West is a veteran of Army contingent of the civil week" as they followed large schools of minnows

6.23:7-2. 9. 16. '64 service in World War I, affairs (military govern- Into the waters near the north end of the Island and
R.... M.I' CtivfcH when he served in the 33rdul1l1nois" ment) group in The Neth- thousands of them were caught. (Islander Photo)
(New-D.w.w i.....__I) UNCLASSIFIEDdvanc m__ ___
in erlands.
..... .......r4 K. Wi.q/.. : required Division Roser Youth At Conference .
P..,., payment France and in the Armyof Col. and Mrs. Cox are .
8 IIA.-=110-5O* minimum Occupation in Germanyafter both natives of Mt. Olive Several members of the turn Thursday. During the

THURSDAY: FOR RtNTi ;2-HR iluu**. W_k"or the end of the War. N. C. They have lived In Roser Youth Fellowshipwill conference they will par-

3:30 pm Grade School Choir P Month.ac". Phone II3-79th 77a-79l.: St_ Holme He is a past commanderof Florida about eight years.. leave Sunday afternoon ticipate in Bible study and

7:30 pm Jr.& Sr. High Choir WANlku; TO UUYl'AU U.3.'Coin*. the American Legionand the past five in Anna Ma: June 28, for Avon discussion. Recreation at

SUNDAY: any Cold.Country Currency or, old or Foreign Medala.. Coins Token of, VFW posts in May- ria. They have a son, two Park where they will attend the conference for the

9:00 am Worship Service etc. Byron : Bizarre Bazaar, 24OJ wood and is a Mason. daughters and ten grand- the annual Youth young people will Include

10:00 am Sunday School 14th rUR!St.HfcNTi W.. Rradenton.rurnlabed Ph.Gull.7 7O3o.Front Mr. and Mrs. Meyer children. Conference of the Florida water skiing sailing and

3:00 pm Youth Conferenceat Apt... Incl. Utllltle. Garage. Weeklyor make their home on Bay He is semi-active as a Fellowship of Community swimming as well as social -

Avon ParkTUESDAY Holm Monthly. Pwh.rate Ph... 747.2Sft.EJttiL.U5IVIi 28O6 Avenue| E. View Drive in the Wells Realtor and a real estate Churches. They will re- get togethers.

: ; FRANCmSE; Bay Harbor section of the appraiser and is qualifiedas

9:30 am Deaconess Meet. Ueautlful I1O.OOO location Upward for dry cleaning city. They have two mar- a certified public accountant -

WEDNESDAY: plant. Moat modern equipment In U.S. ried daughters and seven in Georgia and
and la mow without competition-Can't We Have
7:30 pm Church Council Pall.W grandchildren. North Carolina and as an

train, finance and handle tbo At the urging of many attorney in Georgia.

Lexiflb.*** ll 1_*1 CXopol Hold construction grand of opening new building for you.for you Get friends Col. H. E. Gene Since moving here. Cox An Ample Supply Of

(N.O.I.I) dotalla. Writ or call collect. Ceiv Cox of Beach Avenue has taken an active partin

FRIDAY: Bailey. 3601 Swan Ave.. S72-O369. agreed to become a can- the Island's civic and
o
10:00 am Prayer Group at TVii.I i( AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- didate for the vacancy on community life.SNAPPER. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Heningshaw home TKNANCBl MOWING TRIMMING. the city commission.
EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISH -
SATURDAY: KO. WINDOWS WASHED ft OILED. He Is a retired Army TRIP
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVlCB.plu Reserve colonel and is
1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal REASONABLE RATES-Rf.rnc**. __D. A SUM. 3 A....
SUNDAY KKN FELLOWS. PitONS 77a-2t94 also retired from Federal CALL fOa ..SMYATIOMSDAItT The following are some of the
' aitr I taop-M, :aio-avh Civil Service. He served Gaou"a PISNIN
9:15 am Sunday School FOR RKNTi Two De ir< S''t't-ll;tla TIPS t A.... many Items that SHOULD be keptin
How**Month or Sea o.i. Lrmaii S.
11:00
am Worship Service Iii.M. .
Putnam 226-aSUi Street Holmes AOMIIAL run. CORTCZ.;
& Service "Science J.i.\I,16\4i.I\ ... 775.>D24 ee 175.1121 a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX:
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Demands Religion"A our 1'*...*,.. w*can furnish 37 Inch \\
class of new memberswill nlargmMa clan picnir appearing Agreements Jewelry
In The ISLANDER for only SI.i 3 each.ct'JLryJ BUILDER OF HOMES
be received Into the :? congregationChurch FOR SALBt Nw on JOJ Ft.Sawall4 : / I e.n4Trwet<<.....1.,_.. Bills of Sale Leases
Bedroomai Canal 2 Baihai Frontage.Large 1 Florida Large FLIPPER A.tl.'e Addlll.ns. 5

of Th. AnnunciationEpiscopal Room and -Car Garage TUe RocfiInwlaid4 Repel. _.rtKyata Birth Certificates Marriage Certificate
( I) Intercom *yttii 4 central THE e).** *tv.'w
.. beat air conditioning. ... 'It .. 2 44Chllaon SKIPPER NORMAN ROSEOALE
!''>.. G.r.ld K. L. Meet** I
Ave. Anna Mar" la.Only tl.SOO SAYS; ,,_ M.d. 771.1410 Bonds Mortgages 1

THURSDAY: l2 P"of" &alV1TOAAD ....u.W. !

9:00 am Holy Eucharist . at ONLY 7.JO per moth at the I THERE'SNO Blueprints Notes
BAYOU AROMA. BMC. Bay Blva.Su.. I
FIFTH SUNDAY AFTIR
a. yn-i*'* TRICK
TRINITY -rc* A T* Nice el***. J-b r.- Citizenship Papers Pension Certificates
fur........ up*,alr* .."motile facing.. TO SAFE ,
8:00 am Holy Eucharist Gulf I* nradenton tWach. 1
10:30 am Family Eucharist 1& i'All.tU BOATINGNATIONAL Contracts Receipts
i "t. caa.7JRoI .
& Sermon Church School St.<< --''.000k lUmUl pay Lot lk t)
priced for quick Gulf Front. ( j Deeds Savings Bonds
... IO.OUO 77th St. Canal L 14.0Qn 73ASt.
G. lo Del Ev.ny.llc.lLunher.ii
Canal U.XX 7Jrd St.. SJ.OUO.
Church JN. B. PROTftKRO. MM. Real Estate \\. J 9 Defense Bonds SecuritiesService
a..t..r4a. tit*. f*..t.t llrofcar._ lift. Slat <7T1OM4-- 1 /ti

SUNDAY: ( DiplomasHeirlooms Records

U: 15>> am Church School SHOP AT HOME ! i\l1 } / .

10:30 am Worship Service 1 Stamps (rare)

WtPNrSDAY: & SAVE (Want to outbargainthe
7:30 Teacher Household Inventory Stock Certificates
pm Training %
wife?)
CUss DO YOU have friend
a
Income Tax Records Trust Agreements
THURSDAY or relative who to away Show her how to really trtcrt

7t3O pm Lutheran ChurchWomen but who liken to keep up dollars Ct a "Mom Card"
Insurance Policies Wills
at Church with what Is happening hom. wners polICy by Michigan

here on the Uland? A Mutu.all..b..y.

ATTEND daughter or son In the It str.tch.. protection .

THE CHURCHOF service, or away at cover Burglary and Liability TI-IE. BANK.

school or college? 50554. w.N a* r.e. and Windstorm
YOUR CHOICE
What better or nicer damaf and it costs

way to show you arc only a bttto. more than ordinary

thinking of them--than ta.w 5 e ones hs d ,... ... ...... fir. insurance. let N r try toM 1..4. April 25. 1961
to vend them a year** .... .....w ........... '...m.....-.-- ..I match that.JOHN.
subscription to the .....-._.51......tAw 311 rw ......4a.i..t5..
.... AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn
tAw 4.71%.1 Suwg ti w1 a P.
HUTHINSURANCE
award-winning home wr d i I 1.r..4 aww.wY./..........I
town ISLANDER A .......-,.. -' .. -. Anna Maria Island
total of 32
present*--
..-.
mailed to any point In .---.q- -. ........
FLORIDA
HOLMES BEACH
the United States or to -. ........ ---- --. 5500 Marina Dr. ,

an APO or FPO address 1..50. suss 4wm. M. un..- ---.. HOLMES BEACH
for ONLY 3.3OI: 1

.. We mall a gift card SAFE JUNE 23 i 778.1022

tool BOATING WEEK JULY 4 778-2009 M..lMr: F ed.r.l. DrSro..if 1..rGA<. c.rprst..A.



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For Quick: Action
"i .'


WJI&t.. ,. SALE"IF Your, Fairly PROPERTY Priced IS -"FOR LIST LOTS sqftoolJTLnt ,,


Ic jaii r t WITH US. WE WILL SELL IT. t4 thutaat ttad q a&litdon t1

BECKETT: REALTV L.UGtWIMBUILDERSDEVEIOPERSSPUUTATIRS'DICKWAGnER(


5500 MARINA PHONE DRIVE.778-3333 HOLMES BEACH ?1 27QOf, ) t' '!!if:

JOHN M. OECKCTT .IR. VIC RCINCU MARION SMITH DR.SrJdtntonBrJch
wco...aw.o r..ow.w "-.._.. A.i.e. fUlL PRICE 2217 GULF /sto
New'home on 74th Street Holmes Beach recently ." eN rtI 7782663jlalbJ;
purchased by Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Gregg of Macon. \1 50Q."to'I"t w
G U from Roy Yonce of Franklin. N. C.. builder ofhe BIMINI BAY ESTATES "'1778-1464 I 11RwaeeJt
"home.; Sale was negotiated by John B. Prothero.
Registered, Real Estate Broker of Holmes Beach.
, <0 OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN

'l'GULF" ,, FRONT-HOLMES BEACH CITY OF ANNA MARIA

I.at FOUR$200 BEDROOM per month.HOME--Rented PLUS Two Apartments.by YEAR U you are looking for an outstanding valuein td,a Nee4--->
and SEVEN LOTSI WELL FINANCED. a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Day. and is near the Gulf Beaches 2-Bcdroom Homo facing Directly on GULP!
TOTAL PRICE $53,000 BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. Has: 2-1/2 Oaths; Large. Pleasant Living
* * Contact your favorite Island Realtor for Room: Good Kitchen and NOT ONE--OUT
full information. TWO Florida Rooms. Many Large Closets.
Several Bargains on Canalfront Lots Central Heat. Two-Car Garage with threo-

AS LOW AS $3000 room-and-bath guest apartment with private
INTERESTING FINANCING entrance. Well furnished and equipped. Ideal
JOHN B. PROTHERO for LARGE FAMILY or for added Income.
On New Home -- $37. OO --
MWJSTeRCD REAL ESTATE _eft-AleS&RENTALS11681st *

ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach HOLMES BEACH--71st Street: 2-Dedroom. UNFURNISIIED DAYFRONT IIOME on Sea-
X 2-Bath. CANALFRONT HOME. $2.200 down walled Lot. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF SUNSHINE
Includes closing costs. Reasonable Monthly SKYWAY Bridge! Two Bedrooms Two Baths
Payments. Nice Home In an Ideal Location! Large Living Room Pleasant Kitchen and
f You Haven't Seen Florida Room. LOVELY LANDSCAPING.
67th STREET Jc- Garage.
-- $26.5OOMAHAR : --
Two-Bedroom Home with Central Hear and
/ .
. .
r SEASIDE COURTWe 1 t" Alr-Condltlonlng.' $1.6OO down includes the .a.,_
Closing Costs. Real Estate V
* * *
RUTH W. MAHAR. REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
REALTOR
BLASSINGAME
Invite YourInspection GERTRUDE ,
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA

SJSI.ER J. DUDLEY P*.h r.S.l..-i..-7TS-2IM CLOSED WEDNESDAY

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA


:Apartments are going fast Are You Looking?

SEEtGeorge

Wagner L LeRCHmoni DMLOPM[ coRpowiiion


REALTY 7*< ?w-J 1.

Itlorui Shopping C nt.r Presents JA -.,
- -
PHONE 778-2444

JACK HOLMES, Realtor Or. WRITE BOX 1012
ANNA MARIA ,..
c...I:...*.....I%...B,.fc*.
AUe_ Pit. A.._!.<.
Office 6101 Marina Dr.


UNITED ABSTRACTAND
TITLE
JACK'S INSURANCECOMPANY


BARGAIN BOARD *-*. I tt 7IAOINTON. GULF DRIVEco

"..,", raw co O.C"AYIYEA"'YWICHYS I
... ,.,... ,
1-- C-I......,_ o--......Pu
Anna Maria DuplexClose S16 12. SW", .....-...-......-...

fLA HOLMES BEACH
to Beach and Fishing Piers this
Property has a good rental history--but-- ,.... 74).4541' MARIA_ I ISLAND
my advice is to add a screened porch to
each apartment and you will then have adandy
investment. It Is completely furnished. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
with an extra J2.OOO lot thrown In--Gratis! FOR BEST
All for Only 10500. We can arrange terms.

Bay Front CottageA DAILY

TOP LOCATION In Anna Maria. Sea walled RESULTSflDVfflTISf
Lot. Nicely. Furnished. A first class rental
property for Summer It Winter. Terms can
be Arranged. Only $13.300. FEATURING - -

Canal Front Lots
[ ...............G.6I M..1 ...... 5.1&1. D..1r.tvP' C.M.M...a...........
TWO ........
Canal Front Loca--Ju..t .
Wooded. a hop. __, .. .c.-.P.N c.e. cAM c..w-+..o..h.d6..w
skip & jump to the Gulf Oeaeh. Doth for o.a___T.-w...1._*. a ....... 1. .6 r-......11.-....'. .....Ir/.....Law.....
4 T. Ifa.1.
$".400. YES. WE'LL MAKE" TERMS II/1111111 1 ...... ...Tt..OsI.. u 'Y___ r___R.--.1
Key Royale '-w,..... .C/.w.......... E.rw....A.w1./-.. Awc.....,....... TV A.1....
P./ Q*. .....a....f TV v.4r 'Y.0000Ia....
Sacrifice-Key Royale Home. This new home In ..... -t w. ... ..---- ..... ..rtw..rC
--4 P ty.ww
0..iI - -
has three bedrooms two baths central heat ......... .... -_. _...... -_.. .*..,II............. r...0.--......... a&....0.'k. .-.
and air conditioning. Property stands owner ""-- < ____......... "- -........
S22.OOO PLUS-to be sacrificed at Slq.Q()(). TheIslander
SEE ME FOR FULL DETAILS.
For Information Contact Rob.rt S. Cabl,

JACK MARSHALL Rcshcr
Sales Manager- Phone 778.1611L
&M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria



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ge 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday.June 25. 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I
-- -----

DO YOU HAVE THOSE 7

2Ua4 Day tue4??? r cf1LIWIMIdw.: .. ....,. e24' STRA"W
... .-- HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER HATS
-
N 0 : .
\ ,, Free Gift & Mail
\ There Is always something Newto Wrap
NEED .. ad
/' , please here... It --
WITH .. you SAi/ey/ ew1.As DtrtfxltoYer
'I -71 _
THE' 2' .,:"., We invite you to try our new -

Holmes Beach Coin laundryP.S. Orga-sonic 71 Organ by Baldwin.
We also have JUSTARRIVED
SALES or RENTALS
LARGE CAPACITY DRYERS
PHONE 778-1019 -
*IAIY calISPt..A SUMMER HOURS
WE RENT YIPIEOS
DIAH ft* CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.Manatee from HONOLULUP
HIGH CHAIRS *LINENS *SUNBATHING COTS
STtOUItS BLANKETS'
Linen Rental Service 77S-M72
214.54th St. Holmes Beach aicacie Sfto'reawecvz
a
.
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE \... 2 Piece Cotton Swim Suits

24. HOUR WRECKER SERVICE sizes 8 to 18
1 A CALL 778-1771 7 Piece Boy-Leg Suits
NIGHT 778-144O
sizes 10 to 46
Anna Maria Island's Only Matching Jackets and

LICENSED CAR DEALER
A-Line Beach Shifts
.. .. .. 1
Buick -Rambl Do
Sarong Dresses

NOW IN STOCK &

Hard To Find Sun Dresses ,

SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
American Colors
Early County Water

IN Company
(INCORPORATED)
ausi"."Office: Layaway X ffff KLK Pho..
Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
PITTSBURGHSUNPROOE Shopping Plan fi" *" 7781161CHOICE
778-2022
Telephone
.c3 tut4qs w maps{Wom fl


COME IN AND BROWSES MEATS & PRODUCE

oil baseHoxise our

Newly Air Conditioned Shop HANDY DANDYOPEN
[Paint;

free delivery 778-1020 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
EVERY DAY
c.-..&.v_ ISLAND i
Holmes leach Supplies Inc. ( Me 0-4
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
778-1131

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
SWIM WEAR - J
Aaf Call 778-2012
SWIM SUITS For The Whole Family

SWIM CAPS-Wos & Childs-79c to $1.98 I llJ.U.! !_. R. C. SCHUCHARD
BE COOL SWIM FLOATS-Full 6 FcSpccia$1.49SWIM PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
MASKS & FINS-79 to $2.98
LEo: HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
BE COMFORTABLE BEACH TOWELS-52.19 $2.98
PLUMBING' FIXTURES SUPPLIES PUMPS REPAIRSREACH
------------------
with a
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 77S-T)21

PHILCO ; LIQUOR STORED

VALUABLES Where Shopping is A Pleasure in
Your Air Conditioned Comfort
AIRCONDITIONER MISSING? cx0*Owners .
Ao.nlgoes WEEK END SPECIALS
= v1LL-Our For A Cool Summer Refresher f
FOR YOU
COMPLETE GIN --- VODKA '
6,300 28,000 BTU TAILORED
PROTECTIONFOR fifth $2.99
: r As Low As $158.88 YOUR
CAR. HOME. Walkers Gin for SlO.OO
;; 1/5 3
PERSONALBUSINESS.
ALL NEW MODELS IN STOCK SEE GORDON VODKA qt. S3.99

IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONCheck Ten High 1/5 3 for $10.00 ...
(:Bay urea .,r"
.i rtsu r a R c e
) Our Prices Canada Dry Seven Up Coca Cola

ISLAND TV 778-1703 778-1697 778-1548 Phone 7782023FOR

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERYP




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