Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
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: July 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
lccn - sn 95047386
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



660 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 2, 1964 TEN CENTS

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1'ICt-' r the plans for the proposed
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, ::-=c... .T. .. Royale. According to Merrill
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": :0, : 1Tritt., chairman of the
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---- -- : committee working on the
project pledges for stock arc

coming in daily.
All available up-to-date Information -
about the project
has been assembled in packet
form by the committee and

these packets are available to ..
Island residents and businessmen -
on request. Members of
the committee whocan furnish
the kits which contain information -
about the availabilityof
mock and requirement for
membership In the proposedgolf
club are Trttt. C. E.
Brewer treasurer of the
izir jP = __ committee: Dr. Ed Huth. J.D.
t Webb. Robert R. MOHOS and
M t Col. I. R. Pollard.

..... Current plans call for the
.- ':" raising of $120.0OO to build

... "- ,. the course and clubhouse by
:: --- the sale of stock In tho club.
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-- -- - ,';-t...11;..--..... .._'--" "i11Aa1a'IIIr' :.'....._ v Ownership of at least $200 in

Anna Maria City Pier in the early 1920s when the fishing side of the building and when those boats were the principal. stock will be a requirement
I was extremely good and when the pier was the docking transportation to and from the Island even before the old for membership. Individual I
point for steamboats from many of the cities listed on the Cortez Bridge was built. (Courtesy Mrs. Karl Widmann) and family yearly memberships -
will be available. Other
play will be arranged for the
U Right To Intervene In Suit GrantedCircuit Naming The Beach
Fishing From Pier? guests of members and some
At The South End limited greens fee play !Is
Court Judge RobertE. further and instructed Clyde Reaction of the public about proponed for guoMttt of cooperating -
Henaley Monday granted Coebcl. the city attorney to fishing from thu new antlro "Manatee Beach South" has mote In in the arun.
Jean-Paul i>t. Laurent tit, right dt.c mttnu.. any f\.ret _W"'d- .tot groin and pier .t the been suggested MM the oft lot.l The committee IM not..lUnfi
to intervene in the suit againstthe fense of the suit not to file Manatee County Beach Is being name for the countyownedbeach stock in the proposed corporation -
City of Holmes Beach. any further pleadings and to sought by the county commis- at the south end of the at thin time but 1m
The suit was filed by a group withdraw as attorney of re- sion. Island. The suggestion was members arc accepting
of property owners in protestto cord. Before adopting a policy on made by the County Park. pledges for later stock pur-
the vacation by the city The two streets were vacatedin fishing from the pier. the Beach and Recreation Commission chases when the goal Is
board of aldermen of 70th and June. 1963. at the request of commission has asked that the to the Manatee County achieved. and corporation 'IM
71st Streets. The suit askedto St. Laurent and others to public make known its feelings CommlH lon. formed. It Is the
have the street vacationset permit construction of a $2 on the matter to the County According to M. B. Mickey pledges totaling 3120,000 can
aside and the streets million hotel and convention Park. Beach and Recreation Harrison, chairman I of the bo reached 'In the next few
returned to their originalstatus. center.St. Commission. That commission beach commission the name months, no that a target date
Laurent's attorney John of which M. I n. Mickey wan choHon unanimously by for play on the 23-acrecourno
At a meeting on June 2. the Manson of Dradcnton. at Mon Harrison Is chairman, will the members of his group could bo Net realistically. for
present board of aldermen day's hearing argued that his then make its recommendationto because It stresses the county the winter season of 1965-66.
resolved not to defend the suit client should be allowed to the county commission.At name and preserves tho county
.
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intervene (and to defend the Monday's meeting of the Image.A Fireworks Display
Island Author Sells city's action in vacating the county commission Commissioner recent proposal by the Thu Inland Bank will sponsor
Book To streets), because he owns the Dick Brlggs said. he Manatee County Chamber of a display of fireworks which.
DisneyA property adjacent to the two felt that fishing from the pier Commerce wan to conduct a will be not off at the north end
book written by an Island streets and therefore has a might not be compatible with statewide. contest to name the of Key Royale at about 8j3O
author. F. E. Rechnltzcr of direct interest in the case. swimming at the beach. beach. p.m.. Saturday July -I.
75th Street. Holmes Ucach. Robert Marshall of Palmetto The combination groin and Residents of the City of Bra- Joe McGee of Tampa and
was purchased recently by the attorney for the group of Island pier which was completed two dent on Beach fearing some Anna Maria' will. be In charge
Walt Disney organization.r. property owners contendedthat weeks ago. in located about In IONS of Identity have asked of handling and displayIng the
since his clients have the center of the county beach that the official. name Includethe firework, and members of
questioned the validity of the and extends 46O feet Into the name of that city. The the two volunteer flro departments -
street vacation resolution. Gulf. entire county owned area at on aha IslAnd will standby
only the city would be in a the south end Horn within the at ho alto In cane of any
position to defend the action. pleadings In the cane. Manson limits of the city. emergency. Units of tho Inland
Judge Hcnnlcy allowed ten indicated. he would file several Although the matter of the Flotilla of the Count Guard
days for Manson to file his motions soon. beach naming wan brought be Auxiliary will patrol water

fore the county commission. adjacent' to Key Royale to nee
Its meeting Monday. no action that no boats come too clone
was taken. to the flreworkn.
Commissioner. Dick Urlggn/ There In a 12O-car parking
said' he felt: Brndenton Beach lot opponlte the World Fair
and the Inland Division. of the Homo on Key Royale. but an
Chamber of Commerce should even better place to view the
t have some nay In selection of fireworks .In from the ends uf

e. RCCHNITZCR an official name. Commissioner the streets on the lal.and lead
Ralph Clark favoredthe ing to the Bay. The present
The book entitled"Raft." is t tlifl' content method of choosing road to the north end of the

about an English setter one of (Continued on Page 3)) key in too rough for car.
six or seven novels about dogs rt.? s
which Rcchnltzcr has written.
Published in 1949. it was a
Junior Literary Guild elec- ,,y a. vMrMyrw 4b ANNA MARIA' ISLAND WEATHER
tion.
In an interview thin week. r.-.,.,..... w..... .......1

the author aid be understoodthe lam I Noun 6 p m Ie gfPKY .

book purchased: for use Ira !"'' ' 'wnc 2..1.. .IfJ W'f 74 04 rn I.J6
on television. He cautionedthe
lets Z4 .TJ fU 'J'J JU 8'1 Nits
Interviewer against emphasizing -
ty l.rts 26.7' t1'J ".1 ir, 8'1 Hone
that it might be made IJt. ,
lute 24..eu1 ae MJ 5') 117 .s
Into a motion picture although
!tae 2'1' .nl gyp) !II h Naar
somewhat reluctantly he Picture of the water spout In Tampa flay taken from the
,.... 2..fQ W AO 9tl sat Platt:
admitted that was "a remote Anna Maria Bayfront Park early last Thursday evening.
Iwnc 2'..1H "*.1 M ) 4'I Noise
possibility. Spout soon faintly at about extreme range for camera.
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2 THE SLANDER Thursday; July 2*, 1964!

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Island Author Sells Book To Disney -

- Islander Editorials (Continued from Page 1)
Beyond giving a few brief facts about the sale of -
his book to Disney and the length of time consumedby
Pursuit Of Happiness the negotiations the author has little to volunteer
about his work.
"When in the Course of human events. It becomes Some probing however reveals that his matter-
necessary for one people to dissolve the political of-fact and unassuming attitude about himself and
bands which have connected them with another and his writing hides the story of an extremely 1
to assume among the powers of the earth the adventurous life.
separate and equal station to which the Laws of
Nature and of Nature's God entitle them a decent -,. ,.
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they "
should separation.declare the causes which Impel them to the .

"We hold these truths to be self-evident that all ,
men are created equal that they are endowed by their 1 1,
Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among
these are Life Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.That .
to secure these rights. Governments are
instituted among Men deriving their Just powers : -
from the consent of the governed. That whenever any r -- -.:;, 1
Form of Government becomes destructive of these .
ends it is the Right of the People to alter or to
abolish it, and to institute new Government layingits
foundation on such principles and organizing its "

powers in such form as to them shall seem most -' ........... l
likely to effect their Safety and Happiness." : fra
In the 188 years since the adoption by the '"1#" " "' .
,, ,
Continental Congress of Jefferson's thrilling and 1
. significant document--the Declaration of Independence +" .,W",(. .J
our freedom--"the .pursuit of happiness"-- t..". 7
has been threatened times. .10 I '
many .
1'' ''(.' /
"
Commonly quoted 'Eternal vigilance is the \
1 .t',! ..
price of liberty," John Philpot Curran wrote In "t, I II II\ ..wi Jr
1790 "It is the common fate of the Indolent to see .I
their rights become a prey to the active. The '"
condition upon which God hath given liberty to man ,
is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break i 1 -
servitude Is at once the consequence of his crime I I I'I Caricature of Rechnltzer by one of his colleagues
and the punishment of his aullt. during his days as a newspaperman.After .
These ideas and ideals;expressed so well by two
of our founding fathers today are fully as meaningfuland the depression and other factors had
important as they were when first written. On eliminated his Job as an aviation editor Rechnltzer
Saturday as a very personal observance of our ;, ; ,:..,... In the early 1930s embarked on writing for a new
number one patriotic holiday each of us should spend ,.. ..: """' !''"''''' _:;,..." <4'l. medium--the pulp magazines then an extensive
some time thinking of the principles that made our ::V<":--'ti.. .;..' ,:;ft.' market for fiction. By dint of turning out 30.OOO to
country great and rededicate ourselves to a future *" .: ''III) """--= .... 40OOO words a month he managed to keep the wolf
close adherence to those principles. Let us not "- -.... ... .'F;:. from the door in handsome style and beat all threatof
.
P.
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.. .... .
become "the indolent. .. ..: '; "t the depression.His .

GUEST EDITORIAL.. Picture taken in 1916 when he was a volunteer stories of the aviation-adventure variety
ambulance driver for the French Army. His own centered largely around a heroic character the
appearance was not enhanced by the fact that he had "Lone Eagle and gradually they became popular

WHO Values Freedom Most? given himself a haircut just before he posed. enough name so for that itself.In the. magazine carrying them adoptedthe

Born in Perth Amboy N. J., son of a Methodist addition he wrote
Is it our tree people who know and enjoy liberty ..clergyman ho was christened Ferdinand Edsted dozens of short stories. -
but accept. it almost Apathetically as a righta -- Rcchnltzer. which was soon shortened to '"Rex.** plua Home novelette..Hi.
gift from destiny to us more favored than other One of his early interests was aviation and as a appraisal of the "pulp"
peoples of the world? young teen-ager he and a companion built a glider field no longer much ofa
Do the mind-shackled slaves of irreligious, which "didn't glide," only a few years after the market for writers is .
materialistic ideologies have a more vital perceptionof first successful flight at Kitty Hawk. He denies that it was a "lot of hard
the value of man's right to be free? Must freedombe however that there is any truth in the rumor that work." ."
lost to assure truthful appraisal? he taught either of the Wright Brothers to fly. At the outbreak of World
On our national Independence Day and in these After a stint as an ambulance driver in France War II, Rechnitzer I ,' i
explosively-changing times it Is imperative that he returned home to volunteer in the Army after was rejected for
Americans face the imminent ever-present dangerto this country entered World War I. When he was reasons but aided the
their freedom do more than wish or hope and declared physically unfit he enlisted in the British effort by writing a
pray that it may survive. There is sacrifice ahead; Royal Flying Corps which later became the Royal "Take 'Er Up Alone
work and fighting on the battlegrounds of men's Air Force. ter," an account of
minds if not on war's grim fields. After taking part in a number of aerial combat Air Corps cadet
The ultimate aim is a world of "Independence flights over the western front as pilot of one of the It was written in \
Da "--which seems impossibly far off on this famous Sopwlth Camels Rechnltzer was shot down laboration with an ,
July Fourth yet must be the ultimate hope for all behind the enemy lines in Belgium only a month Corps officer and
free men and all to whom liberty is now denied. and a half before the Armistice in 1918. based on first hand
Harry Varloy lie crash landed successfully--they flew without ledge and ex per I e n
parachutes then--and burned his plane as per and helped
instructions and headed for neutral Holland only 12 to upgrade and 3)i
miles away. Over his uniform he wore civilian ize training
clothes given him by friendly Belgians. But within One of the best
about four miles of the border and safety he was in 1943 was his
taken prisoner by German soldiers. lie thinks he of Quentin Reynolds
was reported by a Belgian woman because of his titled" "War
flying boots. Unable to find any suitable shoes, he dent. Among his
had cut off the tops of his fleece-lined boots. books have been
I Because of the civilian clothes he was thought to more biographies and
be a spy and was questioned at some length by a anthologies as well
German colonel who countless
commanded a garrison atUasscyeldc.
. i Belgium. The young prisoner refusedto writing assignments.
I give any information and was ordered to be shot.A Rechnitzer and his
few mornings later he was led out into a gardenand (Continued on Page
Ii stood before a atone wall. A group of soldiers I
i armed with rifles lined up and for a half-hour he The Islander i
awaited the fatal command. But before long a
II' r a German major who had lived in this country told Aa I independent Weekly publish. .v.fy Thursday

... him it was a fake attributing\ the performance to by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
dO the coloncln "sense of humor. 314 Pl.. A....... Anna Mori. Island. Florida.
During the few remaining weeka of the war he
was in four military prisons the last one the stableof EDITOR-..,-......__..--STEVE KIMBALL
an Imposing but drafty-looking old castle in ADVERTISING MANAGERJARGE KIMBALL
y Landfthut Bavaria. A framed picture of the castle MAIL. ADDRESS* P. O Box 737.Anna Marta Florida.
The on his study wall is autographed by his fellow TELEPHONE 77C-2O3I.
Fly FlagWherever prisoners, among them the later famous author James SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S.. W.5O
Norman Hall. per year: 12 for six month. Canada. t
Back in this country. Rcchnltzer tried croaa- >> per year. ADVERTISING RATES:
.. country barnstorming aa an aviator.chicken farming 11 per column Inch. Discount of ten .... ':
and a stretch as a flight instructor. Then because percent for all con.*< he knew something about the subject, he "talked ht.way" if paid by tenth of following month. a,
You AreIndsP.ndence into the position of aviation editor on the old National or alter placed advertiainc. -
New York Telegram. ..rasa$1.26 at..rtes.rtpa per column inch. ..'i>>'

As an aviation writer he became a war correspondent CLOSING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
covering the Mexican revolution in 1929 Entered aa Second Class matter ynd r
from the air for the Telegram. lie says the abort- the Act of March 3. IS79.MAMATCC .
Day lived revolution failed to advance either aviation or
the science at warfare CMarrn OMIT N91-I OrIMO...-sPANPage -



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Thursday July 2. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3


High Twelve ClubA .", ...frt"t.. \ ." .. ... .' ' "" ."\I"'l .. 8 ..l f. 8 pM M..lli.ys
regular weekly lun-. . "" ,,", "" ". =- 8 am to 2 pw Sundays
cheon meeting of the '",.',:..V ,'",..'... {fJ, .$' : ',,:' :i"':: i,: ';.!: f fI I

Island High Twelve Club I .: .tf.I.; : 'C "" .. .:'l ..'::1.-.... '" '
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will Thursday.take place July 2 at, at noon the,. ......... ._ ,,,"_ c""r.!" !."."'. ,).r: ..... '.'T':' 'i'I-,:. : ,} '": I lUfBB'SIsland
'
Holmes Beach Yacht Club. :;,.t ; : ; ,'f ..
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Speaker at the meeting :.).'jt.; """,,:.It., 'y....., ....;"i. ,, .""-,' \.<,' ; ...\. .1.,::.... .
: ..:., 'l: Pharmacy
will be Col.Sidney Brown ( nj ,..'t_ ::.: .." <,: -
who will show a series of ,:.r: ;! 59O4 Marina Drive
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colored slides taken in 1.> j --
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Viet Nam. and tell about :;.r 778-1411 N I t. 778.2075
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his military service in .'.., J. j. o. WEBB.NO ph.r.q..l.FREE ..
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that country.A ..)
Ladies' Day is plannedfor .:
the meeting of the
following week. Thursday.
July 9. with special musi-
,
cal numbers. The speaker ciiwJ II! CENTER
will be Lt. George E. J4
White son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph White. Lt. DELIVERY
White is a Pol a r I s mis-
sile weapons officer and REGISTERED
will speak on that subject.
PHARMACISTSON
Kiwanis Activities
DUTY
Ralph Burnworth of Bra-

denton will be the guest AALLTIMES
speaker at the meeting of
the Island Kiwanis Club on ( .10 JULV 4TH
Wednesday. July 8. He is -*-- SAVIMOCharcoal

an amateur archeologistand Pine Avenue. Anna Maria back in the days (1924) Church and in left background Anglers' Inn. In
collector of Indian when more people walked around the Island than right foreground is the present home of Mr.' and Mrs.S. 1I\I Plu.UR
artifacts. He has excavated rode. Judging from the comparative condition of the Norman Roscdale. Use of pictures of early day .u".....
.........
Indian mounds in every sidewalk and the street. At left of course is Roser Anna Maria is by courtesy of Mrs. Karl Widmann. FR I-SAT
in the
state country overa
period of many years Safe Boating WeekAt active boat operator and NAMING BEACH . at the general election in Grill
and has made an extensive educator in the marine (Continued from Page 1)) November.
study of Indian culture. the recent monthly field; James Nolan a well a name and Chairman Meanwhile almost all with Electric
business meeting of Flo- known racing boat driver; Dan McClure suggested residents of the countyit
ISLAND AUTHOR . tilla 99. (U. S. Coast Col. Edward V.Chandler might be wise to have continue to call the area Brazier Motor
(Continued from Page 2)) Guard Auxiliary a com- an expert in the field of the voters choose a name "the south end beach." REG. $17.95
i, the former Mabel Engleof mittee comprised of six charts and compass; Col.
Scottdale. Pa., have experienced boatmen was Sidney G. Drown training $8.88 complete
been Island residents for appointed to organize the officer of the flotilla and rk FOODLINER
about ten years. He says flotilla for active participation and an experienced boat- REVLONAQUAMARINE
that he would much rather in Safe Boating man; Lt. John O. Mancr. Quality & Variety
1 read than write nowadays Week. operations officer for the
and spends much of his The six members of the flotilla and a highly qualified -
time doing so. committee are Chairman boatman and DouglasS. ICA TobURlt C,. A-P|../Ga. WH.U Frr..s. ..Ll.........27f ,,;,m Spray
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the above article we have FROZEN! TABLE! KING P. .P. P.to.o....Limit. -Co! Sf REG S2.SO! $1,50
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after all that effort. AMI Mori Island's 0.1 ly
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. July 2, 1964

...Mr. and Mrs. William Surdyk of Cleveland. Ohio
All Abou t People... Z .. Mr. and Mrs. George Ronkowski of Milwaukee...
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Harris and Mr. and Mrs.
_ Carr and family of Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. Sonny William P. Ware of Hampton Va. ..Mr. and Mrs. J.
Spencer of Ruskin. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. Haviland and Bulmer and family of Dearborn Heights Mich.. .Mr.
daughter of Mlcanopy... Fred Morrill of Ruskin.. and Mrs. M. Fannin of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Mrs. Mabel McCauley of Bladensburg Md.. .Mr.and Vavra and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Higgins all of
Mrs. Charles F. Wolfe and family of Logan W. Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Springfield -
Va...Miss Judy Schwartz and party of Lakeland. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reed of
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Milligan of M Chillicothe Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bonk of
Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kane of Orlando Tampa. . Miss Jane V. Kennedy of Portland Ore...
.. .Duncan Manley and Albert Friesien of Fort ) ,0.. -, Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Stanaland of Wimauma...Mr.
Myers...Herbert F. Townsend of Sarasota. and Mrs. Harold Dawkins and Mr. and Mrs. C. Grayof
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of ; .". Alexander City Ala. ..Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Millerof
St. Petersburg. ..Mr. and Mrs. Roo Hill and son of A .. 1 .- South Gate Calif. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Przy-
St. Petersburg. .. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dobson and* 5 .. bylski of Winter Haven.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Parker
family of Auburndale...Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Scaifeof and party and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Parker of Bowling
Midland Texas...Mrs. Ruth Inskeys Mrs. Mil f Green. .:;'Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nibert Jr. and family
dred Webster and Mrs. Mary Ellen Carey of Marys- 7t\1 of Ashland Ky. ..Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hite and family
vllle Ohio. .Mrs. Clara L. Bryson of Tampa... t : of South Point Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ballinger of Fort Meade... w',t \ \ -*- !JJ JJMR. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Heath and
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Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baldwin and family of Tampa. family of Groveland. ..Mr. and Mrs. W. Russ and

HALEY'S_ MOTEL: _Mr. and Mrs. George Coons AND MRS. SPYKER HOLLINS WILSON JR. family of Tamna.
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Coons of Indianapolis... PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boyle
W. R. Waldrup of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and family of Portsmouth Ohio.. Col. and Mrs.
Wyatt of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. R. Busnell of and Mrs. Glenn Stieg of Ferguson Mo. ..Mr. and James G. Owens and family of Alexandria Va.
St. Petersburg Beach. ..Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mrs. A. J. LaDucer of Sarasota.. .Mr. and Mrs. GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. A. Amick and
Bush of Deland. Kenneth Hancock of Fort Meade.. .James Donfordand family of Tampa.. .Miss Shirley Edwards and partyof
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kelley of John Woody of Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartow. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaFerry and familyof
Marquand Mo. .. Gale Owen and daughter of Bridgeton Henderson of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chattanooga.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Wooden of
Mo...Miss Dorothy Kelley of New York City. . Blalock of Bowling Green.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carterof San Francisco. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reeder and
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Jenkins and children of Chesterton Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jackson of family of Palmetto.
Ind...Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Croker of Bradenton Tampa. Joe and Ben Williams of Laramie Wyo.. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clemons Jr. of Rlverdale Mr. and Mrs. J. DuBois Jr. of Mulberry. .. Mr. and William E. Waters and children Debbie and John of
Md. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bell of Bradenton. .. Mrs. C. C. Lightsey and daughter of Haines City. .. Richmond Ind.
M/Sgt. and Mrs. L. M. Brown of Valrlco. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crew and familyof Plant City... PANDA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rickertof
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maye and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mizell and family of Mulberry... Palmetto. .Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Alderman of
family of Valrico.. .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil VanDiver Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Benkhart of Urbana Ohio... Winter Haven.COOPER'S .
and family of Harrodsburg Ky...Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Edwards of Western Springs 111. BIMINI BAY DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Dlprlma and family of Rome Ga. .Mr. and . .Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bridges of Mulberry.
Mrs. William Stolt and family of Detroit. . Mrs. Buzz Sampson and family of Rome Ga. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. W. Ed Wilsonof
Marie Clemens and family of Bradenton. S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. JamesM. Hazard Ky.PROTHERO.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Foley of Oakland City Ind.. .Mr. and Mrs. John APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. George
Weber of Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frazerof Briles of Evansville Ind. Mrs. W. L. Jenkins and McElyea of Webster.
Tampa.. .Mr and Mrs. J. Loader of Clearwater daughter of Mulberry. .Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hood of TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Cousins of
..Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Fishman of Tampa... Ocala.. .Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sweat of Gibsonton Darien, Ga.. Mrs. John Hudson and family of Cement
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wheeler of Lockhart AFB Ga. . .Mr. and Mrs. R. Hoskins of Mortantown Ind. . City Mich. .Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hyalt of Sebring. ..
..Mr. and Mrs. David C. Foster of Miami...Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. White and party of Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanAtta of Sebring. .. Mr. and
and Mrs. S. L. Beckwith of Gainesville. Mr. and . .Mr. and Mrs. James A. Petty of Wayside Miss. Mrs. George Pipo of Steubenville Ohio.. .Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. McGlaughlln of Dayton Ohio. Mr. and . Col. and Mrs. Paul S. Lindberg of Fort McPherson Mrs. Joe Gray of Richmond Ind. .Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Sam E. VanNatta of Hamilton Ohio. . Mr. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton of Robert L. Fletcher of Lakeland. .. Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Jesse Morrison of Chatsworth Ga. Mr. Indianapolis. James Braden of Louisville Ky.. .Joseph G.Kirchenof
and Mrs. Dominic Calabrese of Lorain Ohio... LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. A.L.Vickers Chicago.MR. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen Roberts of Arcadia. of Huntington W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Bullardof AND MRS. KEN TOUT are returning this week
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more about people with seed pearls and lace. The skirt featured a front
lace panel and the back lengthened to form a chapel Island Clergyman Honored
Wilson Yerly Wedding train and was topped with a large bow.A .
reception in the social TilE REV. AND MRS. H. C. BENJAMIN of 75th St.,
MISS CAROL EVE YERLY became the bride of Mr. hall of the church followed Holmes Beach were guests of honor Sunday at a
Spyker Holllns Wilson Jr. at the Episcopal Church of the ceremony. Mrs. Theo- reception which followed
The Annunciation. Holmes Beach at 2 o'clock dore Huck cut the bride's the morning service at '
Saturday afternoon June 27, with the marriage cake and Miss Sue Avery St. George's Episcopal
ceremony performed by the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe and Mrs. Gail Bryan as a, Church Bradenton. Highlight M
rector of the church. sisted in serving punch. of the reception was
Thebride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Howlin'' the presentation to the
Philip Yerly of Cortez. and the groom Is the son of will reside in Sarasota. Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hollins Wilson Sr. of Hermitage Mrs. Howlin attended public oils. of a trip to Nassau. The
Tenn. schools in B radcnton, trip was a present from #
Miss Virginia Yerly. sister of the bride was the but graduated from high the members of the par-
bride's only attendant and Roger Proper was best school in Grand Rapids ish. The Altar Guild of St. ..
man. Mich in 1963. She is George's, and the women _
Mrs. Wilson given in marriage by her father, worea employed at ElectroMechanical members of the parish
formal gown of silk faced peau de sole, fashionedwith Research in also presented Father
a lace bodice with short sleeves. A crown of Sarasota. The groom is Benjamin with a stole in'
Alencon lace and pearls held the bridal veil of silk a graduate of Manatee + appreciation of his ser
illusion. Her bouquet was a nosegay of white car- High School.A vices.
nations around an orchid.A wedding trip will take Father Benjamin has
reception was held at the Holmes Beach Yacht the_couple to New York to served as Vicar of St.
Club immediately after the wedding. Visit thcVorld.s Fair, GeOrltc.H since its founding -
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Mrs. Wilson graduated from Manatee High School and to thc grooms s formerhome MRS WILLIAM J. HOWLIN : in September 1963. Th. R.". and M*.. H. C.
and attended Manatee Junior College. She is employedby In New Jersey.MR. as a mission Of the EplS- Dnamln.| ,
the Manatee National Bank. AND MRS. JOHN VAN OSTENDRIDGE of 71st copal Diocese of South Florida. During: his service
The groom is a graduate of Donelson High Schoolin Street Holmes Beach, and their three sons,Johnnie there, he has been instrumental In the growth of
Nashville, Tenn., and attended Vanderbilt Univer- Scott and Aaron, arc spending a month in Paterson the mission to its present membership of 108
sity. He Is employed by the Yerly Plumbing Co. N. J., where they are visiting Mr. VanOstenbrldge's communicants, and the organization: of many of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will be at home in Cortez brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Tult. continuing programs of the church.St. .
following a wedding trip in Florida. While in the north they plan to tour New York City. George's Episcopal Church now holds Its
and visit the World's Fair. services at the Holiday Inn on Route 41, and will be
Howlin Butler WeddingMISS MRS. LUCILLE SHEEIIAN is visiting her mother. served by the Rev. Joseph G. Drawdy.The .
JUDY LYNN BUTLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Florence Dowers of Anna Maria, and her son- Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin moved to the Islandin
Mrs. Russell Butler of Sarasota and Mr. William in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Osten- 1957, after Father Benjamin retired as rector of
Howlin of Holmes Beach were married Friday evening bridge and her son, Robert Hcdgcock. Mrs.Sheehan St. John's Episcopal Church of Flushing, L. I., N. Y.
June 26, at the West Bradenton Baptist Church, who taught at Robbins Air Force Base in Georgiafor Later this month, they will return to Long Island
with the ceremony performed by the Rev. Ray H. the past school year, will leave about the middleof for a month, when he will serve as rector of St.
Rewerts pastor of the Bayshore Gardens Reformed August for Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, where she John's during the vacation of the present rector
Church. The groom is the son of Mrs. John Howlinof will teach for the next school year. and will return to the Island around the first of
Utica N. Y., and the late Mr. Howlin. COL. N. M. SMOLLENS of Fort Gordon Ga. wasa September. They plan to take the trip to Nassau In
Mrs. Jerry Rose sister of the bride, was matronof recent guest of Mrs. Lucille Sheehan and Mr. and October.
honor, bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Tidmore Mrs. John Van Ostenbridgc.
and Miss Rebecca Butler. Kathie Sue Rose, a nieceof MR. AND MRS. FRANK DOOI1E of llaverkos Court Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pond of 56th Street, Holmes
the bride, was flower girl, and Jeffrey D. Butler, Holmes Beach, have had as recent guests Mrs. Beach.
brother of the bride was ring bearer. Dobbc's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. II. MR. AND MRS. PEDKK MICKELSEN of Key
Tommy Hufflne was best man, and ushers were Scott Jones of Donncr Springs. Kan., and their Royalc, who arc now vacationing In Minneapolis,
Russell Butler Jr.. Jerry Rose Pete Hukill and children, Rita Donna and Jimmy. While they were plan to leave July 16, on a trip to Denmark, where
Terry Allen Ruppenthal.The here Scott Jones Frank Dob be and Dick Swauger, they will stay for two to three months.
bride was given In marriage by her father, on two fishing trips in the waters north of the Island, MISS HOLLY FEAGLES. a stewardess for Eastern
and wore a formal gown of bridal satin and lace. caught a total of about 130 mackerel.MR. Airlines, was a visitor last week at the home of her
The close fitting bodice was made with long pointed AND MRS. JAMES RICHARD CHILES of parents Mr. and Mrn. Jerry Fcaglcs of Magnolia
sleeves and had a scooped scalloped neckline edged Washington D. C. arc visiting Mrs. Chiles' parents Avenue Anna Maria.
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Roser Mullet Sale Episcopal ServicesThe

BERNARD MISSION OP SPECIAL ELECTIONThe Members of the Youth Rev. Gerald K.

(CATHOLIC) will >bold City a SPECIAL of Anna Maria.ELECTION Plorlda on Fellowship of Rose Lowe, rector of the Epis-

R.... Francis P. lsmller Tueeday. July 7. 1964. to elect a Memorial Community copal Church of The w
Jamea Mayor' to O.fill Ferguson the unexplred and to term elect of a Church will conduct a sale Annunciation will be awayon w e Y JTt
MASS: Commlaaloner to fUl the uncuplred of smoked mullet this vacation during July. '
SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am term of Harvey C. Meyer.FRANCES and ( rt
V. MAXON week. The sale will be The Rev. Mrs. Lowe
WEEKDAYS: 8 am City Clerk held at the parking lot of and children will spendthe
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pin 6-11. 1.. 23. 7.2.64_ the church, and at the month in up-state New J

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: NOTICE OP INTENTION TO Anna Maria IGA Store York and Canada.

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30: pmHar..y REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME from 3 to 5 p.m., Friday, Services at the church
The do
Memorial Church that they undersigned are conducting hereby a Masonry certlly' July 3, and all day Satur- will be taken by the Very
bu.lne. at 3216-51.1 Avenue Weal. day, July 4, starting at Rev. Charles Folsom-
(Denominational l ( )
Bradenion. Florida under the fictitious
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.aF
of the St. iw +
Bradenten Beach ) name of C 4 E MASONRY. and 11 a.m. Jones, Dean
n..... A. W. Simms CRETE and that said firm u com The fish will sell for a Petersburg Deanery.
poaed of the following peraona.whosenames
SUNDAY: and place residence areas donation of 70 cents per ChurchThe
follow] Dale G.I''loc k. 3216-Slat pound. Proceeds of the Baptist
UIQ: am Sunday Stluxil! Avenue West. Bradenion.Florida.and
Webbof
sale will be used Rev. Garrett
James) Elaenzlmmer. 4411 57th St. to help
Limbs which fell from dead pine trees on adjoining
W.... Oradenton. Florida.It defray of the Palmetto will supplythe
Christian Sclextc Sewvlce !. our Intention to apply. to the expenses lot last week, and knocked out electrical and telephone -
the Island
A. M. Community He>w.. Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for delegates who attendedthe pulpit at service at two homes on Maple Avenue, Anna
Manatee County Florida, to registerthe youth conference of Baptist Church at the
Maria. at each of the homes was estimated
Damage
said name of G a. E MASONRYand
SUNDAY: the Florida Fellowship of Worship Service at 10
CRETE under the provisions of to be from $75 to $1OO. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN Chapter 2O9SJ. Law of Florida..Acts Community Churches this a.m., Sunday, July 5.

SCIENCE SERVICE. of Witness 1941. our hand this 23rd Day of week which was held at James Clark will con-
June. Avon Park. duct the evening service.
1964.DALE
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH CARLOCK HAVE AHAPPY
R... U.. Bailiff.. Pastor 3216.Slat Ave. Wed
SUNDAY: JAMES Bradenton.EISENZIMMEK Florida
WhateverWE A
8:45 am Sunday School 4411 37th.Street Florida WeetBradenion. Hobbies-Repairing

10:00 am Worship Service 6-33 7.2.9 16. *64 d

5:30 pm Concord Choir HAVE AND
6:30 Service NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARINGA
pm Worship Public Hearing will be held at the PLYWOOD '
MONDAY: City Office In Holmes Beech Floridaon SAFE
July 14. 1964 at 7i3O P.M. to
9:00 am WMU Ex.Comm.
consider a recommendation of the
10:00 am WMU Meeting Zoning Committee to change the following JULY 4th
..... permitted In the C-3 ALL SIZES & SHAPES or WE WILL
TUESDAY: District to C-2 Districts
7:00: pm Church Choir Bicycle Sale.. Repair and Rental CUT TO FIT YOUR NEEDS
Boat
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WEDNESDAY: Dealer and/or Marine Supplle 1
7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms Electrical StoresAlt StoresPaint

7:00: pm Prayer Meeting conditioning stores and/or

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Pauline H. ArcherCity
H... Richard K. ........ Clerk

P.si.rTHURSDAY: UNCLASSIFIEDadvance

3:30 pm Grade School Choir payment required

7:30 pm Jr.&Sr. High Choir 8 I Iin..41.00--tiOt minimumLOTS Ir__ dllvry

FRIDAY: FOR SALEs 93: ft. on Canal. Manatee County Water
72nd St.-$4.0OOj Blmlnl Bay Lot
3:00-5:00: pm Mullet Sale priced for quick aalej Gulf Pronto
SATURDAY: $10.000 77th SU Canal 94.0OO 73th Holmes Beach IMC. Company
St. Canal. $3.3OOi 73rd St.. (3000. Supplies, (INCORPORATED)
11:00 am Mullet Sale JN. U. PROTHKRO. Reg. Real Estate
SUNDAY: mrnker 116-gist St. 775-2514. fws/iMss Office:
UCLIC1OU5 SMOKEE MUL.L&TAvailable -- 778-1131
9:00 am Worship Service at Roeer Church parking lot Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida I
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and Anna Maria ICA. Friday July 3. Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
10:00 am Sunday School 3 to 3 P.M. Saturday.July.4.at art Ing 5345 Telephone 778-2022.
7:00 pm Sr.& Inter. at II A.M.--7OC per end donation
Youth FellowshipVAQNDXYt FOR RKNTl ;-OR I Week or W
Month. I IS-79th Street. Holmes
D;,3t hl' '1 'diN l\, 1
u.a.icatu: I
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 1 Cold. Currency, or Foreign Coin of About Erosion.District Taxes :
TUESDAY: any Country, or old Medals. Token.
etc. llyron'a Bizarre Uaaaar. 24OJ ..
6:30 pm Couple Clubat 11th? *'*jyf dent""jt >*". 7*l'-j*t"
Feagle Beach run. RUN I'I' Furnished Gulf Front There is not the slightest need, nor any legal need not consult the taxpayers they must have the

or Apia.Monthly. Incl..Utilities.1''.'... 2aO6 Garage.Avenue Weekly E. Justification for the proposed increase in the tax approval of the County Commission which Com-
Len...... hl-- Chea el 1 Holm.* n.ft('''. pit. 7172116EXCLUSIVE for the Island Erosion Prevention District. mission has requested affirmative resolutionsfrom

(N-De-Itl.I) IO.OOO Upward FRANC1iIM The District commissioners are not empoweredto the three municipalities.

FRIDAY: Beautiful location for dry cleaning impose two years' taxes in one year but are Anna Maria City Commissioners have voted
10:00 am Prayer Group at plant. Moat modern equipment In U.S. permitted to collect sufficient monies to pay the "not to dIsapprove' the Increase. Holmes Beach
and I* now withostcomp.tltlonCan'tPail
llerringshaw home current, annual principal and Interest, with enough voted for It. with mine being the only dissenting
SATURDAYS W* train, finance, and handle the extra to be sure that the following year's debt vote. At this time of writing. Bradenton Beach has I
Construction of new building for
1:30 pin Choir Rehearsal Hold grand opening for you. you.Get service will be covered. not been confronted with the question.
SUNDAY: details. Write or call collect Gene How well they have done this is clear for an I doubt if a single mayor, city commissioner
3601 Swan
9:15 am Sunday School T Bailey Ilflltb Ave. 72-O369. outrageous sum of $64SOO: has accumulated Is alderman or councilman has read the two Special

9:30 am Lecture by Mrs. PROPERTY MAINTENANCK named the "General Fund", and has become a Acts--one setting up the Erosion Prevention Dis-
Klncaid--Discussion on EDGING. FLOORS* MOWING.CLEANED TRIMMING.POL- sacred cow from which amounts cannot be drawn trict in 1949; the other initiating the bond issue of

American Home Life ISIIKO. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. except as "borrowed" loans. Every dime of the 1951, which, in my opinion, superseded the 1949

11:00 am Worship Service PROMPT RKASONAIILB EFFICIENT RATKS SHRVICK.plua--Reference*. $64.5OO: was collected to pay off the $15OOOO bond Act. My qualification for the opinions expressed is
:
KEN PKLLOWS. PHONK 77$-2a<*4cuunt. issue of which only $120,000 worth were actuallysold. a fairly intimate and continuous 12-year study of
and Communion
Holy a kulk 4'It&T' w 1I 1't .'Tww.(lath The deadline to sell the other $3O.OOO passedin erosion and. specifically, of the Island Erosion

CKwtcK .( Th. Artnwnclatlen I Houee..-Month or Season. Lr-." S.Putnam. 1957.: Prevention District. .
(E.lacepol) ** JffHfKtA.'lliKi.r1 236.IMt 5"*.... Holme Nothing in the Legislative Acts allows for a The validation documents describe the manner '

,Ie.. :. .I.. K. $.... ".ct., f PHOTOSt I Aaaeervtceloour "General Fund" to be used for anything except of redeeming the bonds ** . S.OOO: In each of
THURSDAY: enlargementa reader. we daa can furnish 3.7 Inch erosion prevention and even this Is limited for, the years 1953 to 1957 inclusive; $6.OOO In each of

9:00 am Holy Eucharist! In The. ISLANDER leeoslr$1.23esch.lJil ". . the purpose of paying the cost of constructingrock the years 1958 to 1967 . ." so that, the annual

SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER Call' 77-aqil.SALKt New or atoo Itume... ._t on..the JOJ''gftlce.H.. groins and other erosion control structuresand debt service currently is $6OOO, plus Interest onS3OOO

TRINITY: Sea walled Canal Frontage. S Large work incident thereto in the District in order to $ bonds still outstanding, which Interest
8:00 am lIoly Eucharist Bedruomai ] Hatbei, Large Florida control BEACH EROSION ON THE GULF OF totals less than $2.200--or a debt service total of
Haunt *ml S.C. Garage. TUe RoufiiMttlaieUj .
10:30 am Family Eucharist intercom ayetem A central MEXICO SIDE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND. : 8200.
& Scnnon, Church School heat h air caMatitoMliui.Marla.Osly SIt 11,50:1 at 21 (Emphasis provided). Why then should Islanders pay a tax totaling
a.i'AIWW Consequently it would seem that artificial S28.OOO with J6-I.5OO in the bank and a debt of only
basis. 0.1 t E..n9.IIc.t l &TO1ACE ....u-' nourishment--pumping muck coarse sand and 53000. the last redeemable bond of which is not
able at ONLY $?.3O month at the
Lw.t. sn Church BAYOU MAR WA:INC.ear Hay Hivw.So. broken shells from the Bay bottom--was over- due until 1976
".*.L..l.i ... U.,. leetet Anna. M>Ila. Call "'.JUt._ stepping the bounds limited when the bond Issue TilE TAX SHOULD NOT BE INCREASED BUT

THURSDAY: was approved, especially when the futile abortive LOWERED as every change in the millagc from

7:30 pin Lutheran ChurchWomen efforts two of them costing many thousands of the beginning has been to decrease the tax due to

meeting at church ELGIN dollars piled up sand on County property only to ever-Increasing assessed values for taxation anda

SUNDAY: sec moat of It vanish with the first high waters-- yearly reduction In interest required.The .

0:16 am Church School 1 Water Softenersand not a severe storm. In the bond validation documents crux of the matter. Is that this is not a

10:30 am Wotshlp Service Filters there are these dominating quotations: "Disaster Commission but. from the beginning

Sacrament of Baptism ROY M. PHILLIPS ". . shall be levied. . a special tax. not and now. Is an "Erosion Prevention District" and

WEDNESDAY exceeding twenty mills, sufficient to pay the no powers are granted to the commissioners to

7:30 pm Teacher Training 744-5142 principal of, and the interest on said bonds as the build up a "General Fund" for some severe storm

CLiuTHURSDAY N ... -.-.- same come due and payable and to provide for disaster that might or might not happen. (Ten
rla. probable failures of collection of such tax in the years* experience Indicates that it will not--but It

: same fiscal year." (The 20 mills violates the may!) Island taxpayers have never voted for a
Church Council
7:30 ptn Statutes.) "Disaster Fund", nor have they known until now,

Meeting Do You . The proceeds of all such special taxes the extent of the accumulation of S64.5OO.

ATTEND shall when collected, be paid into a special fund Should there be a Udl ater." the County.

THE CHURCHOF Need and used FOR NO OTHER PURPOSE THAN THE State and the Federal governments would be

RUBBERSTAMP PAYMENT AND PRINCIPAL OF AND THE INTEREST responsible. It Is wholly unfair to Islanders only,
YOUR CHOICE !l ON SAID BONDS." to tax them for erosion prevention and disaster

RM. TIle '.stand Buss ? Noc incidentally but of import is that the County when now the county owns the south end and the
Commission Is equally responsible for the bond public beach and the Island has become such a

SIX HOUND TI" PROMsiADENTOM PLACE YOUR Issue so while the Erosion District commissioners vital factor In the economy of Manatee County.

BAH.YIXCCPT ORDER NOW WITH HARRY VARLEY

SUNDAYTH. THE ISLANDER r ADVERTISEMENT I
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i*# BIMINI BAY ESTATES

a LOTS sqsto'Jru
OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN *
>>t l4 thMtaau il blddon I
CITY OF ANNA MARIAIf
an.'zuonBUILDERSDEVELOPERSSPEIUUTERS
you are looking for an outstanding valuein
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to ? DICK WAGnER 'n'
121.000 _
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches. A. .F oMT"t
H
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer.
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for FULL PRICE 22176ULFDR.BfJdfntonB ISlltND50Q
full information. ,. 778-2663 liteJlbtd
( _
\\ .tM I.
"'778-1464 fE.lfS7fI"M't
HOME at 616 Baronet Lane. Key Royale. of
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
Ir. and Mrs. Howard S. Adams and Mrs. Adams'
other. Mrs. Nancy Alfrey. Home was built by the INSURANCE COMPANYS.
m. B. Lee Co. Adams Is vice president and sales 117
anager of Key Royale Homes. Inc. (Islander Photo) ProlCl V.wr ftr f (Mote Jn..tlme'f

S26 12tK St W" .*| IRADCNTON. VIA fKon* 741.4541
HOME & INCOMELocated ,a '; 'tJHte4---


near the Beach in Holmes Beach. INTERESTING FINANCING 2-lledroom Hume facing Directly on GULFI!
Open fireplace in large living room. Two nice HUH: 2-1/2 Baths; Largo, Pleasant Living
porches. Air conditioning garage laundry. ; -.mc On New Home Room: Good Kitchen and NOT ONE--BUT
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over TWO Florida Kooms. Many Large CloHcta.
$2.OOO gross rent, which pays all expensesand HOLMES BEACH--71st Street: 2-Bedroom. Central Heat. Two-Car Garage, with three-
more. Total price of property. 26500. .t 2-Bath. CANALFRONT HOME. $2.20O down room-and-bath guest apartment with private
includes closing costs. Reasonable Monthly entrance. Well furnished and equipped. Ideal
JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED Payments. Nice Home in an Ideal Locatlonl! for LARGE FAMILY, or for added Income.
[ REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS -- SJ7. ()() --
k 67th STREET -1c *
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach UNFURNISHED UAYFKONT HOME on Sea-
\ Two-Bedroom Home with Central Heat and walled Lot. BEAUTIFUL VIEW SUNSHINE
!:' Air-Conditioning. $1.60O down includes the SKYWAY Bridget Two Bedrooms Two HathH.
.., Closing Costs. Large Living Room. Pleasant Kitchen and
If You Haven't Seen A * * Florida Room. LOVELY LANDSCAPING.

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR Garage.
$26. OO --
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
SEASIDE COURTWe SISLER J. DUDLEY. B..' V*..S.l.sw M*77S-71tt * * *

ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA MAHAR Real Estate ..

HAVE YOU NOTICED... RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
Invite Your Are You Looking? that the ISLAND'S MOST 7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA
SECtGeorge SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSESTABLISHMENTS I
. CLOSED WEDNESDAY
, INspectioNApartments{ Wagner ADVERTISE ISLANDER IN TilE


are going fast REALTY ,
Island Shopping' C.nt.r

Or PHONE WRITE 778-2 BOX<1012<.c LfifiCHfllOnT l OfYfLOPllJfnr[ [[ T CORPflflflllOn

ANNA MARIA
Ce..v:. w.9.t.,. n... Hr**.. 7* ? .
AU... r..... A___.... u-J
7t..4J4 ....,
Presents _ _
TIRED of the HEAT??
JACK HOLMES, Realtor
See this lovely new ,..

Office 6101 Marina Dr.JACK'S 2-Dedroom.2-Dath.AIR CONDITIONED. "
MODERN HOME WE
HAVE JUST LISTED :
FOR SALE--Beautifully -
furnished. OPEN
WATERFRONT. WITH
UNEXCELLED VIEW- jjjtjj"
BARGAIN THIS IS LIVING AT ITS
IOARD DESTIII!!! EXCLUSIVE. GULF DRIVECO
WILL COOPERATEI! A"A"'WCH'OfCMATVCHOLMES fC.nd
Key Royale : -iw1.r.O.w....AI..w .
Call Ralph Parrishor .... -...--....s...sa
Sacrifice--Key Royale Home. This new home Peggy Moore BEACH
has three bedrooms two baths central heat *.._!.(. ' ANNA_MAIIA. ISLAND'
and air conditioning. Property stands owner Punish
$22.OOO PLUS--to be sacrificed at 19400. Realty
SEE ME FOR FULL DETAILS. P.O.Pl...,AM....." .
Bay Front Cottage 771-1902.,771.2121 MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

TWO-BEDROOM COTTAGE--Excellent
Condition and Fully Furnished. Double DAILY
Garage & Maid's Room. Nicely Landscaped. "
A Lovely View and Nice Dig Dock. All for WORLD'SFAIR
ONLY 12000.

Anna MariaA FEATURING - -

DANDY LOCATION ON BAY BOULEVARD. HOUSE

Two-Bedroom. Nicely Furnished Home with 000.... ........G.M ..... I-... ....... o..A. .. N..... __A-, c.a..........
Sea-Walled Lot. Good Sand Beach.Swimmingand And other Model Home 0...a T......- Arn t h..A.-,c-........011................ c.a..,<'1"f
Fishing at Your Door--ONLY SI3.3OO. 1w.w.A'bl.r- raw. =L IU..1.rl.a..i. ArA- .............4...
Here 'TisThe OPEN DAILY L.... ..._c...... E.-A .r ..N...T>tw.t-/.1b T___rl...on-.-.,-..sLr
s.. 1-N E.-. AILCiI.r..1 ft..M.. TV A./....
Best Buy you ever saw. for just J7.75O. ATKEYROYALE ..... r..M ? QM ._ ....*. *c::....1 TV m..*T.l...-o.dete
Close to beach, well-furnished. This dandy 0M paw A..r4 r... R"-. ...... ,.... I/lw...M M.OO. r
6-Room Cottage with two porches. the .......w.u _-...-. T J' ..r/a. .1..f.... -a ,.,...c.. ...........aa..0-.
best buy of the mooch I r-- 4..gr..q.- O." .... L..w";....rs. .....


JACK MARSHALL Rtdter WEEK DAYS For Information Contact Robert S. Cable,
10-6

& M Building 778-2C14 Anna Maria SUNDAYS Sales Manager Phone 7781611hursday
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II ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOi-MES BEACH I


BOAT dlw GO TO THE BEACH I IN TYLE

AND TRAILER 1uloYour C UI\N\ ."" BEACH TOWELS
rCOL: '
HIGH-JACKED? Agent goes ES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER BEACH BAGS _
cALLOurFOR BEACH HATS
YOU Enjoy the Beach & Outdoor : '
41 Free Gift & Mail Wrap
TAILORED Y under a cool Umbrella - dd/Ir

PROTECTIONFOR e .'rUr /D /.M 4> SAi.ler. a.I J.A. Dwytx"'...
YOUR ( ,.... ? '- 1'f..7
CAR. HOME.PERSONAL. CHAIR UMBRELLAS $5.95 4"

SEE BUSINESS.Bay..7reagnsurance. CABANAS-single to king size-$39.5Oup "1feI'Ze hoe S/e1e !
Beach & Lawn Umbrellas $9.95 to $39.95

( PHONE 778-1019 SMt'Jat< eia
SUMMER HOURS. ,

CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
778-1697 778-1548 Otletz 7k State


closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon SWIM ""EARV
Checks Stripes Solids/
Closed All Day Saturday-JULY 4th SWIM SUITS For The Whole Family

ABLE SWIM CAPS-Wos & Childs-79 to $1.98 Hand Screened Prints
Call 7782012R.
SWIM FLOATS-Full 6 FtSpecial$1.49SWIM

C SCHUCHARD MASKS & FINS-79 to $2.98 Prints from Hawaii

.. 'I I\\ BEACH TOWELS-$2.19 $2.98

PLUMDINO CONTRACTOR #I L" .. .. ____ __ ___.. __ __ .. ____ __ __-__ __ --)I Prices $6.98 to $17.98

5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 SIZES 8 to 44
PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS
INCLUDING HALF SIZES

No Other Air Conditioner is Built Like a SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED. -.., .... COMFORT-
4; .
.
N O ..ll\J\ ../",. ,Fk/'. J.
zz4E ;--:
f
Layaway . Plane
.
I EEEi Pleas. -- -. 7781161CHOICE
0 i.c5 luiwa* near 1 Wnall


ROOM/1/K CONDITIONER MEATS & PRODUCEHANDY


NOW WARRANTEDFOR DANDYOPEN



7 A.M.-9 P.M.

5" FULL YEARSEvery ISLAND EVERY DAY


Operating Part Except the Washable Filter I Is Fully Guaranteed For Five Full Years! SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810


LOOK' FHIICO ROOM AIR CONDITION Make Your OwnBAREFOOT
IXTINDID PARTS WARRANTY
:
RINOIRIO IXCLUSIVILY BY L A L DISTRIBUTORS INC., TAMPA. FLORIDA SHOESor
SEE US FOR Ill ast..uVO.L.4C.< .WAMAMTS*KM.** nl> ..-._ ..h..c..I........T......M......."::c:.
..../... ....e....q.'N LN.N.=::: == =. .. . .I .-.. Choose one of OUR DESIGNS
.... ..
. ,
+ I.1 a.rrn.utat < M.M -- a.- -.. .
.= =
FULL DETAILS OFThlt .. :
..d..w....,p-.1..u t.-== :::::/t:=.r 1 I astnSuros.... .. +c..dw.. .. .
d* N M l 4 I-aTn.utO.S.i IMC Hw H N.M. -If O
Quality Guarant.'D.'. TOe ,=:,:..:::::: h., JZ.
-............-...-...---.-
CNP nl. C..... Per I.,.. Dab. i 778-1020
.. ... Choose--from7decorator
w.r..Nty ci path CIS
.. .
c. s v
-
".4 .=: .=. .jTiatch any color ccheme.any room decor ( H 0-p

Q.__ :: :: _!. V., )* ".. ,. .," ,
-- ( rr -
M ?r'I -- *
:: OI.DIMG MDS BAIT cain
I I j L: rU I I WE RENT:ft-AY ffNS' OCAMtt
r *
HIGH CHAIti LIMf MS SUMtATMIMC COTS
tI JLjJ\\)_ , .._- STMXLCKS MJUtfKCTS
Linen Rental Service 77 -M72
O..w M 214.54th St. Holmes Beach
..
You could spend as much as $125 for r..I-> t--J( .

placement parts for Low Quality units, i tnf EACH LIQUOR STORED
five yeeri.
I! a Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
JUT
; July 4th Specials

you can enjoy Philco Noftetett cool comfort ..
4I.J_ f GIN ------ VODKA
-Fully Guaranteed egatntt' any parts coat -t
for five full y.a,1! Only PKilco't Unmatch.d .rr..' ; )l fifths $2.99
Quality Construction can carry this Wa,.
,ant'II Imperial 5th 3 for $10.00
.
4 Ten High 5th 3 for $10.00
PHILCO 6300 BTU Models NEW 1964
RICONDITION: -.. Walkers Gin 5th 3 for $10.00
PH ILCQ I A
Philadelphia 5th 3 for $9.75
PricedLew as
isr 1 Nolseless-englneered -- BLACK LABEL 6 Pack
for quiet cooling! BUSCH BAVARIAN rt.us .
;.... OLD MILWAUKEE a9 ai1For
lAST TWMJ-LOW rAYMtMTl a

Service With A Smile

ISLAND TV 778-1703 C.r.tr of Gill Drive & H.l.ts Ilvd.I . (Ron) Phone 778-2023 (Bob)

FOR FREE DELIVERY


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