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: July 9, 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: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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661 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 9. 1964 TEN CENTS


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iiii -. .- --- ..: Unsuccessful Write-In CampaignHarvey

G. Meyer, acting mayor of Anna Maria
City for the past two months. Tuesday became mayorat
a special city election. Meyer will serve the
unexpired portion of the term of the late Mayor

.. James O. Ferguson which will run until February.
% M1 .. 1966. -- -
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I Although no announced j"Ir'.;..
candidate opposed Meyer I ;.
Wallace M. Warner a I .' ,
perennial butconsistentlyunsuccessful i Ii'"
candidate
for the mayor's scat,con-
ducted a quiet eleventh-
t- a4 1Ei hour campaign for write-
I in votes. His campaign
produced a total of 39
: :, write-ins, which might
have won the election had

.. : not Meyer's supporters
-s. :
'-'", '"'- : : learned in midafternoonof

-: wa: ,,V..I.V- ... .. Warner's activity and I
<** I started a telephone campaign - ->
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to get more voters HARVey C. MEYERto
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.'-._-. ... .... the traditional apathy of the voters prevailed and at
1:15 p.m.. only 44 voters had visited the poll. By
Present site of the Anna Maria Post Office Plaza rental of "Ideal Homes." Poster advertises a 3:30 when the telephone campaign by the Meyer {
at the southwest corner of Gulf Drive and Spring picture starring Charlie Chaplin and the two Coca faction started, a total of only 46 had voted. Tuesday
Avenue--as it appeared in 1924. Building In Cola signs look like many still to be seen today. evening's unofficial count showed that 82 more did
center of picture is C. H. McDonald's Store with Small utility building at left rear is on the approximate vote before the polls closed for an overall total of
man at the corner presumably the proprietor site of the building later occupied for many 128 with 82 votes the unofficial count for Meyer.
himself. A sign at the end of the building indicates years by the Coquina Restaurant. (Picture by Meyer, who wan elected to the city commissionIn
that Mr. McDonald also was engaged in the sale and courtesy of Mrs. Karl Widmann) 1961, was reelected in 1963 thus has served about
- three and one-half years on the commission.
Survey Of Island Wells Council Approves Bradenton Warner ran for mayor In 1962 and again this
year being defeated both times by Ferguson. Ho ,
.- Reports have been made recently to the Florida Beach Bulkhead Line MapA also ran as a Republican candidate for the Florida
hoard or Conservation of increases in salt in some Legislature in 1962. and was defeated by Incumbent
existing wells on Anna Maria Island. In addition final and complete the map will be recordedIn Wilbur Boyd of Palmetto. Other write-In votes for
there has been increasing difficulty in drilling new bulkhead line for the city the Manatee County mayor at Tuesday's special election were one for
wells yielding a good quality of water. Factual data was approved Thursday records. Norman Roncdalc and one for Leroy Ferguson the
concerning these problems has been confined to a evening by the Bradenton A new ordinance was latter not a resident of Anna Maria
few wells near the center of the Island which are Beach City Council. read for the second time After the unofficial count of votes was made
under close supervision and on which records arc Although a portion of the and approved by council. Tuesday evening Meyer asked The ISLANDHR to
available. In order to determine the extent and bulkhead line was set in It amends an earlier or- extend his thanks to all those voters who went to the
severity of the problem the Division of Water 1958. the project was not dinance and provides thata polls, and to express his appreciation to those
Resources of the Board of Conservation has assigneda completed at that time house trailer now In a voters who showed their confidence In him by
geologist to make a preliminary survey of the nor was a map of the non-conforming location electing him mayor. Ho said. he would do his utmostat
Island. completed portion filed may not be replaced by all times during his term of office. to deserve that
This survey will involve an inventory of the in the Manatee County another trailer once it Is confidence.II. .
existing wells public and private. The information records. moved from Its present E. "Gene" Cox also running unopposed for
gathered during the inventory will include the Following the line set location. The ordinance election to the city commission, polled 99 votes. Ho
location size and depth of the wells and the quality of in 1958. a survey has been eventually will cause all will serve tho unoxplred. portion of toycr.. term
water each well produces. The locations of wells made and a new map trailers In the city to be until the February 1965 city election. Write-in
which have been abandoned will be an important part prepared by Martin located In one of the city'stwo votes were cast for J, It. Snoedcn 2; Warner 21
of the investigation.Wells Morris an employee of trailer parka. O. P. Fostorvold. 1; Leroy Ferguson 1, and George
drilled on Anna Maria Island must pass Freeman Horton of Bra Council appointed Frank Jordan 1.
through zones of salt water in order to tap the denton. Coppttclll a member of The official canvass of the vote was to bo made
supplies of fresh water which arc available on the After formal acceptanceof the Zoning Adjustment at a special meeting of the city commission onWednesday
Island. This situation is common on most of Florida'sGulf the bulkhead line by Board to replace Willis morning
Coast Islands. Over the years this highly the city council at Ita Greene who recently was
corrosive salt water has been attacking the protectivewell meeting Thursday evening appointed to fills vacancyon Roscoo Missing From Bayou Marina
casings and often has caused holes to form in it will be submittedfor the city council. "Roscoo,** one of tho .animal.. Roscoo loves tho
the the fact that of the approval of the Walter R. Talley. city
casings. This condition plus some Island's bettor known water Is an export on tho
the wells probably did not have adequate casing when board of the State Internal attorney reported on the dogs, has been missing. surfboard points' fish In
drilled allows possible avenues for the Intermixing Improvement Fund. After progress of the city's suit from his homo at tho the water and la one of
of the potable and the salt water. approval by that group. (Continued on Page 3)) Bayou Marina in Anna the best swimmers in the

The representative of the Division of Water ----- --- ---- Maria' since Saturdaynight. animal kingdom. In addition -
Resources began working in the area the first of ho tm a talented and
July and the survey probably will continue throughoutthe Roscocr, some of whoso almost 'Insatiable. eater of
month."Wrong. ancestors laid claim to plain and/or fancy foot].
being Wolmsraners ro- When last seen by Ma
. Way Flight AnniversaryJuly s S. ombles. that breed to a adopted family Normanand
great degree. Ho 1.. how- Marie Franklin at the
17 will be the 26th in seclusion in an orange over a dark chocolate Bayou Marina Roscoe 1
anniversary of one of the grove near Santa Ana. brown .In color with just was not wearing his dog
country's best known offbeat California prosperous n a hint of red' In his shorthaired t.IC-.
,long distance flights but publicity-shy. C04I. Although something' of a
that of Douglas "WrongWay" He declines interviewsand An extremely talented Continued on Page 2)
Corrigan. won't pose for pictures. --- -
Mrs. Hazel Alba ugh of ,
Anna Maria called the In 1938. when he landedin ...tr.--. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHERw.

attention of The Islanderto Dublin after a flight w.... ..,*.,.4Ifttft .
the anniversary when from New York to Long T-..
she volunteered a picture Beach Calif.. charmed T.. ..........
of Corrigan. taken in his this country with the ton- .- l.'s ....... tr p. H...,.
famous "Lizzy/' gue-In-cheek statement ;
plane. Jwe 3O..ct 8'9 M Non
noon after he and Lizzy ''I flew the wrong way.My Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan waving from the July 1..s4 ".I M3 91 INS Mon
completed his famous compass got stuck." fourth-hand old Ryan monoplane In which he flew
2..1Q .If CJ JW IMI Koo
flight. The year after the An aviation jack of all the North Atlantic from Brooklyn: to Dublin. 26 Jsiy .
3 .111 3d a:1 90 a T None
"wrong way" bop to Ireland trades Corrigan Idolized years ago this month--a daring flight which earned l.ly
Mrs. Albaugh waa a Charles Lindbergh, andCorrlaan. him .a memorable nickname some brief fame anda illy 4..111 11'7 as .91 JTT Woo
guest .at the wedding< of '. dream was to modest<< fortune. Ills plane waa the same model and 'July &"112 MN. I. 90 a4 .S
Corrigan to her cousin. emulate Lindbergh with vintage aa that in which Lindbergh mad the first hrlr 4..10 "a',. 10 91 ITT Mon

Now 56. Corrlgan live (Continued nn Page 3) solo crossing of th. Atlantic eleven years earlier.



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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. July 9.1961 I IIslander




Editorials



Apathetic Voters . .

Tuesday's special election in Anna Maria City

was an illustration of a point a; which editorial
writers have banged away since the time of
Benjamin Franklin. That point Is the apathy of the

voters who are faced with an election where there Is

no apparent contest.
This election showed--all too clearly--how an m

individual could exploit that public apathy to attain ;;

his goal.
In this particular case a man who had been
--"-
defeated twice when he ran as a declared candidate

with some coaching decided to try it another way.
And If his strategy had been successful as It very

nearly was, he or his coach could then have said that
he had been elected by the will of the people. Whichin :

a sense would have been true.
The candidate in question Wallace M. Warner

may be well qualified to be the mayor of Anna
Maria. He may even be Interested In the problemsand

workings of the city government. But if so, he _
has managed to keep both his qualifications and

interest well hidden.As .
a point of fact--In the two and one-half years
since he first became a candidate for mayor In 1962

he has attended only one meeting of the city
commission--the meeting which was held only a few

days prior to that 1962 election.In .
reply to suggestions that he serve a term or
two as commissioner before running for mayor he t
has said he docs not want to be a commissioner

wants to be the mayor. Is he interested in having the

title merely to try to impress someone? Off the
Island--that is. Or is he sincerely Interested In

serving the city and its voters?
That Warner--If he had won the election as a
result of his bicycle riding campaign for write-in

votes would have been circumventing the REAL, Part of the Manatee County Chamber of Commerce June 26 through July 21. At right in picture are
will of the voters there is little doubt. A brief exhibit featuring the Island which is being shown Hernando De Soto (Kay Rowlett) and his Queenat

telephone_ campaign late In the afternoon aroused the Florida Showcase in Rockefeller Plaza from (Dianna Richards).
enough of the city's electors to offset Warner'slead. ---
And what aroused them was the word that
Warner was running again I Letters... "Big City" ResolutionThe

Arbor Year EDITOR'S NOTE: Following Is a letter to the
Manatee County Commission from the Manatee following is a resolution passed by the Anna

County League of Women Voters: Maria City Commission at a special meeting on
During the time since the extreme cold spell In Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the County Wednesday July 1:
December 1962 much advice has been offered the
Commission
: WHEREAS Senator Ed H. Price Jr. has
Island property owner about the desirability and As first vice president, acting in the absenceof advised interested parties that several citizensof
methods of trimming and removing the trees which the president of the League of Women Votersof the City of Bradenton have approached him with

were killed by that unfortunate cold spell. Manatee County I wish to make the following proposals to change the existing laws concerning
The trees which suffered the the
most damage on
of
statement: annexation of territory adjacent to the City
Island were the so-called Australian pines and The League of Women Voters of the United Bradenton andWHEREAS .
because there were so many of them their loss is States such from the
is non-partisan. It takes action in supportof proposals range
the most noticeable. A little study of the situation or in opposition to selected governmentalissues desire to accomplish this change by legislativeact

- however shows that some facts have not been but does not support oppose candidates without referendum to a plan which would

widely considered. nor does it support or oppose political parties. allow it to be accomplished by a vote of free-
First the Australian
pine (not actually a memberof With this in mind I wish to call your attentionto holders only andWHEREAS.
the pine family nor truly a coniferous tree) is nota of the City of Anna
an article from the St. Petersburg Times dated the citizens
native of Florida. It is from
an import
Australia Tuesday. June 26, in which It states that"Manatee Maria Florida In a special non-official election
and its real is
Casuarina.
name
County Substandard Housing Inspector Earl held April 2, 1963 voted overwhelmingly((297 to 9)
These treea were planted on the Island in the
mid-Twenties Baa 's job tottered because he made speecheson In opposition to annexation by 'of Bradentonor
(verified by their absence in early City
how to run a school system." to become a part of the"Big of Manatee
pictures of the Island), and because of their rapid
The Manatee County League Is the and
studying
growth (as much aa ten feet i
) they
per year were of
administration of the Manatee County Schools. WHEREAS the Board of Commissioners
planted almost everywhere by residents of that day.
Life span of the Australian pines has been estimated Our first speaker on the subject was Mr. J. the City of Anna Maria. Florida are confidentthat

a' about 30 years so that these .40yearoldsdid Hartley Blackburn who spoke to us on April 28. there has been no change In their opposition
have Since Mr. Blackburn is a candidate for reelection to annexation by the citizens of Anna Maria, nov-
much
not too live
longer to in
event.
any th
The common of we deemed it necessary and desirable to hear the THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that
practice
topping to them
recover from cold-suffered has help views of his opponent for the office of superin- Board of Commissioners of the City of Ai
damage proved to tendent of public instruction.We annexation by th
Maria Florida, are opposed to
be not very effective. Moat of them seem to die even
after they arc topped. wish to protest any reprisals directed City of Bradenton of any Incorporated or unincorporated

Because the Island, with such large numbers of against any candidate for any office for address- area In Manatee County without a favorabl
Its Australian pines missing resembles a small Ing the League. We feel that if only the incumbent referendum of voters and freeholders in an

boy after his first summer hair clipping some is allowed to express his views it will hamper territories affected and be it further
the cause of free elections in Manatee County. RESOLVED that the Board of Commissioner
action should be taken to replace the trees lost.It .
!
should be obvious that the Australian pines The purpose of the League of Women Votersis of the City of Anna Maria Florida do earnest]

are not the best trees for planting close to homesor to promote political responsibility through request Senator Ed H. Price Jr.. or any membeof ;
other buildings or along the edges of streets. informed and active participation of citizens in the House who Is elected to represent Manate
But they do provide wonderful shade in parks government. To that end we hope to act as a County not to Introduce any bill in the Legislator'
forum for any and all candidates. which would annexation without compien
along the beaches, and in other open areas away legalize

from buildings or streets. And they do thrive witha Public Opinion Poll referendum. ,
Meeting
minimum of attention and are quite UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED at a Special
plant
eaayto
.\ release from the Florida Institute of Public of the Board of Commissioners of the City c
. merely by placing the aced in a shallow hole and
covering them lightly. Seeds can be found almost Opinion states that its moat recent statewide survey Anna Maria Florida held this 1st day of Jui.
anywhere on the Island.Aa of voters showed that if Gov. William Scranton of 1964.

everyone knows the common native tree Pennsylvania Is the COP nominee for president the

which every Floridian calla Cabbage Palm la one Republicans will lose Florida. lie would get 35 The Islander
of the
of the most satisfactory trees which can be raised percent vote and President Johnson would ..nd.
the M..kly. ,,WidtH ." .r, ,
here. carry atate with 45 percent of the vote. All ,Ia4.p.sJ.st ,
cold
Impervloua to they seem to survive
in Juat about every location and under Juat about Surprisingly Goldwatcra vote against the Civil ay THE ISLANDER BUSHING COMPANY

every condition. And they are widely available Rights Bill appeared to have little effect on the 314 Pin. Ar.n.., AM. Mod I Island, FledEDITOft *-.
without too great an investment. electorate.' A vaat majority of those polled failed to _STEVE KlMaVAll

Then too, there are any number of ocher trees Indicate if they approved or disapproved of his MAJtGE KIMBAIL.
position on civil rights. Of those ADVERTISING MANAGEH.
showing a preferenceon
which make excellent shade and are reaaonably Fiends.TELEPfIONE2 .
this question. 66 percent approved his civil i MAIL, ADDRESS P. 0. Do 737.Anna Maria i'
to Advice rights
easy grow. on what why how where stand. 77-2O21.
and when can be obtained from the Manatee County
agricultural agents or from any of the competent Thirty-five percent of those interviewed are SUBSCRIPTION RATES* U.per S.. u 30
in the Republican and 65 percent are Democrats. $2 for six month' CAnadA.
nurserymen area. Clyde Phelps of Anna rear?
Maria who haa been an Island resident for forty y f ROSCOE MISSING S5 per rear. ADVERTISING RATES .j.JS?=
- years more or leas, and a native of the county 1.; (Continued from Page 1) $I per column slaconsecutveln.ertlaapaid Inch. Discount of ten

ia offer his .,. wanderer in his percent for .
alwaya willing to advice if requested youth if by tenth of following month. kJj
and his many yeara of experience aa a nuraeryman Roscoe has matured in Nation or agency placed advcrtlalne.SI .
make his advice Invaluable. the past year or two, and .26 per column Inch. .
What the laland needs la not an Arbor Day-- now dislikes leaving his sera tss asstta- .,
observed' in Florida the third Friday of January home grounds. CLOSING TO4E2 NOON. TUESDAY

but a whole series of Arbor Day, with a widespread U anyone haa new of Entered aa Second Claaa.....n.r..wr
observance of same by all reaidenta. In . Roscoe. Mr. and Mr.. the Act off March 3. IV79.UNATCC .

fact the anawer may be noc an Arbor Day at all, but Franklin will appreciate 0IMflJ.2WSP....
commrs:::. OMLY NOMCPage
observed A DOG call 778-2423.
an Arbor Year each t.I.LANTTREESI ROSCOE a phone at




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. Thursday July 9, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

"WRONG WAY" . BRADENTON BEACH. . '
(Continued from Page 1)a (Continued from Page 1) Assessment Hearings .:;. : '. ,,...,..,.., S mm to a |MH W...-'- ?
similar flight. against the lessee of the .' w," 8 .*n ..2 pan s."dey.llJEBB'S.
r When he arrived in New city fishing pier. He said Next Week : '<::: ,.:'I.: .,. :. .
York with his old plane he felt confident the city According to a notice L I
I and only $69 in his leatherJacket had "good cause" in the published recently the \, '?A'
r authorities denied action. Manatee County Commis-
,
him permission to make An 18-month contract sion will convene at 9:30 ,r
the transAtlantic flight with Police Chief James. a.m., Tuesday, July. 14.
on the basis the craft was Lindsay was approved by at the County Court House Island Pharmacy
far too heavily loaded for the council. It providesthat with the County Tax Assessor \ ..... 59O4 Marina Drive
i takeoff with the will hima "for the
a transoceanic city pay purposeof r
fuel supply aboard. monthly salary of $35O hearing complaints and 778.1 ll-Nil. 7782075j.
Undaunted he filed the plus uniforms, and give receiving testimony as to 0. weas.FREE 11.x+ I.t
h flight plan to Long Beach, him a $25 monthly allow- assessed valuations for
t took off, and 23 hours and ance for cleaning his tax purposes and equal- o ...
13 minutes later, landed uniforms.A izing said assessments, Jill ",, .
in Dublin. His brash defiance request was approvedfor and perfecting the assess- .
and engaging grin laying of some new ment roll, and for that Ernie Bradow of Holmes Beach with 23-pound
helped him win the fancyof cables by the General purpose for as long as is 38-inch Snook he caught on light spinning tackle and .
thepubllc immediately, Telephone Co. Cost of the deemed necessary. 12-pound-test line, using a plug for bait. The catch
and he became a popular project will be $55OOO. The notice continues to was made near the mouth of the 1 Manatee River,
hero. Mayor Henry Meunier the effect that "All per- when Bradow and Bob Cable were fishing on the DEUVERYREGISTERED
When he returned to New announced the appoint- sons desiring to be heard shallow flats in that area last week. (ISLANDER
York from Ireland,he was ment of Councilman Willis and to present testimony PHOTO)
given a VIP welcome and Greene to take charge of . may govern them-
the traditional ticker tape the city's mosquito con- selves_accordingly.. "_ Safe Boating Week ObservanceIn PHARMACISTSON
parade. Later he toured trol effort. an observance of Safe ing special emphasis was
the country making per- City Clerk Mrs Sophia B. B. Alley VacatedA Boating Week which ended placed on Safe Boating DUTY
sonal appearances. There Carothers read a letter short alley near the Saturday members of the Week. During the week AT ALL TIMES
were many articles and a from the county commis- Gulf in the north end of Island Power Squadron its members gave safe
book written about him, sion relative to namingthe the city was vacated last manned an Informationdesk boating .literature to ......'.
plus a movie. Reportedlyhe beach at the south week by the Dradenton at the Inter City hundreds of interested THURI
earned about $85OOO end. It said the commis- Beach City Council. National Bank.Although persons who stopped at FR I ..:
in that way. sion was sympathetic with The councils action was it is dedicatedto the display desk. ;':".- .'":.:0 f
SATSPECIALS
Since that time, he has the city's Interest in the taken at a public hearing a year around programof The Anna Maria Island
worked at a number of matter, but made no pro- at which there were no education in safe boat- Power Squadron is a unit
of them mises about the vacation of _. of the
jobs, most in name. objections to --- -- United States Power
aviation.He barnstormed, --- ----- the short alley. Requestfor part of the alley extend Squadrons and Is the only
was a commercial pilot what everybody else is closing of the narrow into Holmes Beach, but unit of the organization in Maalox
and during World War II doing." right of way was made by that city has not yet taken Manatee County. Its sole i2oz b
was in the ferry command. His grove is enclosed bya Mr. and Mrs. LaMoine any action on vacating Its function is to educate the
After the war he was an five-foot wire fence and Baker owners of East O* end of the right of way, public in the principles of REG 51.49 QQ ju
unsuccessful candidatefor in the middle of the groveis The Sun whose propertyIs which is parallel to Gulf safe boating and offers a limn 2 ooy
United States Senator.In an old barn where he adjacent to the alley. Drive, and does not give number of free courses
the early 1950s he stores his battered plane. Part of the property and access to the beach. each year.VOGUE f <, SUPER
bought a 20-acre citrus 1
k
grove about 30 miles from PlenaminsWpurcha.e
Los Angeles and now lives of 144
there with his wife, Elizabeth -
and their three sons. i?'..st5UDICO
The grove, which is in a
prosperous residential
neighborhood, is a sub-
divider's dream. Can Opener
Corrigan says however
he has no plans to sub- lMl1i1 I Kntfe Sharpener
divide his acreage.u.. ardo
like to grow oranges. Oe0idea s oo $1099MUNSEY
I'm not one to do s
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. July 9, 1964

Jill MR. AND MRS. GERARD D. McMANAMY of North and family of Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brightand
About
People..
81st Street West. Bradenton and Merrimac on the family of Lakeland.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gulf Holmes Beach announce the engagement of PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Duke
Bortz and family of Perrysburg Ohio...Mr.and Mrs. their daughter. Miss Dearden Anne McManamy to and family; Mr. and Mrs. George T. Stewart and I
James R. Gilbert and Miss Carolyn Welch ofKoscluskl. Mr. Thomas Michael Ewing. Mr. Ewing is the son of family; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Motsinger and family
Miss..Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and family all of
son Chip and Michael Each, all of Hyattsville Md. Ewing of Laurel. Miss Mulberry.
..Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Rohrs and family of McManamy is a graduateof THOMAS DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cam-
Hlcksville, Ohio..Lt. Col. and Mrq. Mick McMurdo Manatee High School poanos of Tampa...Mr and Mrs. J. McKewen and
and family of Fort Denning, Ga...Mr. and Mrs. S. where she was active in party of Winter Haven.
Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. F. Morrill of Ruskin. .. Student Council Societas 1 PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gardner and family of Orlando L.a tin a s, and Future t Garavalla of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Victor Viz-
...Mr. and Mrs. David Bremer of Plant City...Mr. Nurses. She attended the ciano and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts of Tampa...
and Mrs. Joe Stevenson and daughter of Brandon. nursing program at Man- Mr. and Mrs. James Westerman of Gibsonton.
HALEY'S' MOTEL: Miss Angie Pellegrino; Mr. atee Junior College and HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Gary
and Mrs. Henry Regalado Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. StanleyJ. is now employed at Mana'r, Shepherd of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Fonte and Mr. and Mrs. Manny Gaina all of tee Memorial Hospital. ( Simpson of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. L. Weber of
Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mathis and Mr.and Mrs. Mr. Ewing was graduated :' St. Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bond and j
Perry Collins of Bartow. from Venice High School"a' Ralph Lopez of Ocala.. .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.C.M. Stewart and attended Manatee Hardin of Riverview...Mr. and Mrs. W. T.Atchison I
and family of Bradenton. ..Richard Plrson of Orlando Junior College. He is em- of Dallas Texas. ..Mr. and Mrs. George Toy of
...Mr. and Mrs.James Townsend;Mr.and Mrs. B. I. ployed by Rawles Funeral kl': ." Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greenman of East
Fox. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams all of St. Home in Venice. ", Lansing Mich..Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Dyer of Tampa
Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and The wedding will take Doordori Ann McManamy ... Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jenkins of Tampa..Mr.
family and Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Hale and family place on Oct. 17, at St. and Mrs. D. L. Pippin of Wauchula.. .Mr. and Mrs!
all of Lake City. ..Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benjamin and Joseph's Catholic Church Bradenton with the Rev. Adrien Vieth and family of Kankakee 111.. .Mr. and
daughter of Connorsvllle Ind.. .Mr.and Mrs. Robert Cornelius Dougherty pastor of the church officiating.F. Mrs. M. Grooms of Tampa.. .Harold Payne of Cape
Cj Benjamin of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Girardeau Mo. ..Capt. Owen Turner of Bradenton.
Price and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Eaton of Inverness.. F. Yates of Cincinnati. ..Miss Barbara Andersonand TOPAZ MOTEL: John Yovich of San Carlos. Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of Lake Wales...Mr. party of Brandon.. .Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow; Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. R. W. Cavendish and family of Miami... Murnan of Batavia N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. William C. A. Miltenberger and Woody Ellis and Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Caruthers and family of Tampa. D. Seigler of Mulberry...Henry I. Sharp Jr. and Paposa. all of Orlando.. Mr. and Mrs. Chris
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. William D. Cooperof party of Tampa. Gerard of Fort Pierce...Clark Weshbun of Brandon
Greenville S. C.. .Mr.and Mrs. Richard Creamerand BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. ..Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Pasteur of Ocala...Mr.
family of Plant City..Mrs. Mattie Weng and Wilbur Young and daughter Kathy of Ellenton. ..Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Queen of Lutz.. .Mr. and Mrs.V. .
family of Dayton Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sexton and Mrs. William J. Evans and children Susan Tom S. Denholm and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hortman of
and family of St. Louis...Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Bill of Chicago...Mrs. Lee Roy Yancy and Mrs. St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers and
Morgan of Plant City..Mr. and -Mrs. William Flo Rauback of St. Petersburg. ..Mr. and Mrs. family; Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Cyphert; Mr. and Mrs.
Bothwell and family and Mrs. Harriet O'Neal of Herbert C. Peer and sons David and Gary of Den- Robert Cross and family and Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeV.
Miami...Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Hurst of Palmetto. villc N. J..Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Buchanan of Tucker and family all of Lakeland...Mr. and
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Riley of Orlando. Mrs. S. Speeden of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Centralia III...Mr and Mrs. Victor Jackson and CHARLIN VILLAS: Col. and Mrs. Paul Summersand Pinnon of Kennett Mo.
daughter of Indianapolis. ..Mr. and Mrs. Herman family of Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. R. B. WEST WINDS APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Irv
Schunk of Irvington N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. William Heberling and family of Jacksonville...Mr. and Wescott and family of Lansing. Mich.. .Mr. and
lannantcroni of Yonkers N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Paul Meyers of Bradenton. Mrs. S. Kawamoto and family of Chicago... Mr. and
Osborne and family of Cardlngton Ohio..Mr. and PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Solon Wilson Mrs. William Herper and family of Independence.
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GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. E. Redlinger Wagner and family of Winter Haven. Cincinnati. . Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Zerbendonof
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Shiver of Lake Wales. VISTA ALLEGRA: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Aldermanand Highland City.
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more about people of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Bricker and Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond F. Bricker of Holmes I
Mr. and Mrs. Jean T. Ellis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Handgen and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. Lowe all of Cocoa.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. the Florida Keys and Nassau the past .
Grace and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keene and
family of Plant City.. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Adams-Guild Wedding
Monti of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Croyof MISS KATHERINE PAULA
Dade City...Jim Conerly and party of Wauchula bride of Richard Samuel Adams
...Mrs. Ruby Moody and family of Winter Haven. .. Memorial Community Church at 7
Mr. and Mrs. L. DeWitt of Fort Meade..Mr. and evening July 3. The bride is the
Mrs. J. R. Jessee and family of Bartow. and Mrs. Russell M. Guild of
LAY-Z-L.IV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wig- the groom the son of Mr. and \
gins of B..rtow...Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Harrisonof Adams of Anna Maria.
Luna Pier Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs. James C. The Rev. Richard K. Wiggins
Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Willlngham of Memorial Church performed the
Palmetto. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Barlow and mony. Mrs. J. Fred Archer was the
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Hoke of Orlando..Mr.and Mrs. Mel Akins of Holmes Beach sang "O :
Everett Blankenship of Cincinnati...Mr. and Mrs. and "The Lord's Prayer" prior to j )0.
White of Fort Worth Texas.. .Mr. and The who ; .-.. .. .
/ T. W. Mrs. bride was givenin ; :: .....
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Earl Porterfield of Fort Meade.. .Mr. and Mrs. L. marriage by her father : .. r- .
Gulp, and Mr. and Mrs. Watson McDonald of ful- wore a full length white Mansion.
berry...Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Addison Jr. of gown of nylon organza (
Kissimmee. .Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fussell and Mr. over nylon taffeta. She
and Mrs. Robert A. Milliard of Lakeland...Mr. and carried a cascade bou- to attend the
Mrs. E. A. Kakowski; Mr. and Mrs. H. Blackman quet of white bridal roses at Grand
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green and family all of with stephanotis accented
Wauchula...Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Colding. and Mr. with small green heart- of Paterson
and Mrs. J. W. Jordan of Bradley. ..Mr. and Mrs. shaped philodendronleaves. and daughter
Donald Capple and Mr. and Mrs. B. McCormick of e Jr. of 8-4th
Indianapolis...Mrs. Luella Mullens and family and Miss Suzanne Eddowes
Mrs. Barbara Brooks of Bradenton.MR. of Anna Maria was Mrs. Street Holmes
AND MRS. TOM COSTANZO of New York City Adams' maid of honor four-month trip
are spending a vacation as guests of Mr. and Mrs. and her bridesmaids were it the Scandi-
Tony Velazquez of 205 Palmetto Avenue Anna Maria. Miss Deborah Lou Brown the Continent.
MISS ROSE ANNE GARCIA a student at the Uni- of Monsey N. Y.and Miss EUSTACE arc
versity of Massachusetts is visiting her parents Daphne DeVane of Bra Camp Dorothy
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garcia of Spring Avenue Anna denton Beach both nieces
Maria. of the bride. MRS. of the Rev.and
MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN C. ALEX of Holmes The best man was John Holmes Beach
Beach returned to the Island recently after spendinga Cagnina of Anna Maria and she will bo
month in Irvington N. J., where they visited Adams brother of the groom and
their children. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex are brother of the bride.A Shore Drive
Mr. Alex daughter Mrs. Stanley Kloss of Livingston reception was held in the mother Mrs.
N. J., and her four children. church immediately after the ago from a
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD NILSEN of Oak Park J. Moshier Jr., sister of the bride
111., and their daughter Crlssle, are spending a cake while Mrs. Robert DeVane : of
vacation at their home on North Shore Drive Anna the bride served the punch. Miss for a vacation
Maria. The Nilsens have been coming to the Island the bride's book. Maria.
for many years visiting Mrs. Nllscn's mother After a wedding trip to the Florida MEYER of Bay
Mrs. Fred Johnson and her uncle and aunt Mr. Mrs. Adams will live at 103 Lock fora vacation
and Mrs. J. M. Vitt of North Shore Drive and while burg. N. J.'
visiting here last year purchased their home here. MR. AND MRS. LEWIS C. of 72nd Street
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD HANDGEN of Oswego. Michigan this month. Mrs. Brlckcr's I' N. C.,
Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Middleton of Santa ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. William months before
Fe N. M. have been guests recently at the homes Diego. Calif., and their children will


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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE High Twelve Club Kiwanis Activities xw w. rf


BERNARD MISSION OF INTENTION TO Members of the Island Mayor Elmer G. Twistof L

(CATHOLIC) REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME High Twelve Club will Holmes Beach Is sched-
Tbe undersigned do hereby certlf)
Re*. rrencis r. w.u.uuf that they are conducting a Masonr meet at noon, Thursday uled to be the speaker at
business ml 3216Slat Avenue; ws.t.Bradenton. July 9, at the Holmes the meeting of the Island
MASS: Florida under the fictitious
Beach Yacht Club.A Kiwanis Club on Wednesday -
name of G E MASONRY and
SUNDAY 8 & 10
: am CRETE. and that said firm la com. ladies day has been July 15.
WEEKDAYS: 8 am poeed of the following persona,whose with Instrumental At this week's meetingof
planned -
names and places of residence are..
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pin follows] Dsje'Garlock." 3216Slat and vocal music to be the club. Ralph Burn- '
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Avenue Weat. Bradenton.Florida.and
James Elsenxlmmer 441 37th St. presented by Gail Groffof worth of Bradenton was
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm West. Brade-nton. Florida. Bradenton. Speaker at to be the speaker. He is
It Is our intention to apply to the the will be Lt. a retired civil engineer
Harvey Memorial ChurchNon.D.nominatIonoI Clerk of the Circuit Court la and for meeting
( ) Manatee County Florida to register George E.White a Polaris and for more than 50 Rickey Smith (right) of Cranston. R. I. and Anna
the bald name of G & E MASONRYand
Bredenten Beach CRETE under the provisions of missile officer who is years has been an ama- Maria receiving "Fish of the Month" trophy from

R... A. W. Simms Chapter 2O9S3. Laws of Florida.Acts stationed aboard the USS teur archeologist and a Frank Cavendish owner of the Rod & Reel Pier. The
.
SUNDAY; of 1941.Witness our hands this 23rd Day of John Adams. Lt. White is collector of Indian arti- trophy is awarded each month by Cavendish for the

9:10: am Sunday School June. 1964.DALE son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph facts. He has excavated best fish caught at the pier. Smith caught 22 Snook
CAR LOCK
White of Holmes Beach.A thousands of items from
18 of them
3216.Slat Are. West during June on spinning tackle and
Bradenton. Florida film on the Sheriffs' Indian mounds In all 50 line. The
eight-pound test largest weighed 11-1/2
Christian Selene s"Ic.A. JAMES EISENZIMMER Ranch will be shownat states and at the meetinghe
Boys ,
M. Comm unify. H.u.. ..II -57th Street West pounds. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Bradenton. Florida the meeting of July 16. will show some of those
SUNDAY: 6-35; 72. 9. 16, '64 by the county sheriff's objects and tell some of Real Estate Sale

9OOa.m. CHRISTIAN UNCLASSIFIEDdvanc department. the history of some of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley
SCIENCE SERVICE. All Master Masons are now vanished early tribesof
payment required Sargeant of Bay Blvd.. M
Invited attend.C Indians.
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 8 llr..-$1X>0-50* minimum to Anna Maria recently
R... L., Rill/f.. Pater Of C MeetingThe purchased another lot on
WANTED; TO OUYi UeacA I'l'vpotny THOMAS L. WILSON
THURSDAY ,
: -Muat Be Priced Right. P. O. Boxy the Bay adjoining their
7:30 pm Sarah ParkerClr.Lamplighter >3*. Tampariorida, Island Division of 55. of 85th Street. Holmes home from Mrs. Evelyn .
WANTED! Woman for housework. the Manatee County Beach died at the Atlanta.
Class I 8 a.m.noon, 4 daya a week. Must betrood Fiske of Anna Maria. The by Ralph Parrish of Par-
SUNDAY Ironer. Call 778-1113.: Chamber of Commerce Ga. Veterans Hospital on
: transaction was handled rish Realty, Anna Maria.
School FOR RENT 1 Anna MariaLarge 3- will meet at the Holmes Sunday,July 5. after a long
8:45 am Sunday Bedroom. Unfurnlahed Home. Large
10:00 am Worship Service. Florida Room. I* located on Canal Beach Yacht Club at 8 Illness. He was a memberof
and has boatwell. Will redecorate to p.m.. Thursday. July 9. Christ Episcopal HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEs
Observance of Lord's Supper t a l
Choir OPEN ill-1 BOAT STORAGE avau- President Bill Genungwill Church. Bradenton. and
5:30 pm Chapel able at ONLY $7.5O per month at the have some picturesand was Scoutmaster for Boy 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
6:30 pm Worship Service BAYOU MARINA. INC..Bay Blvd.So.. a
information about the Scout
55.
MONDAY Anna Maria. Call 772423._ Troop CALL 778-1771
: FOR SALHt New Hume on : O3Ft; Island display at the FlorIda He is survived by his
7:30 pm Nominating Comm. Sea walled Canal Frontage. 3 Large NIGHT 778-144O
Bedrooms 2 Baths; Large Florida Show Case in New w 1 f e. Mrs. Fredericka

TUESDAY: Room and 2.Car Garage. Tile Rod; York City and it Is hoped Wilson; a son, Tom Wil- AMMO Maria Island's
Church Choir Insulated Intercom ft central Only
7:00 system
pm
beat fk air conditioning. It at 243 that a copy of the new son Jr.. and one grand-
WEDNESDAY: Chllson Ave..Anna Mar. la.Only 91.3OO: map of the Island will be child.
9:30 Ruth Jones Circle Dowiu 77 1-3l7. LICENSED CAR DEALER
am Y A..f.1I. N PROPERTY MAINTENANCBl ready for members to see. Funeral services were

7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms MOWING. TRIMMING. Officers of the Island held Tuesday afternoon at Buick' .-RafnbUr..Do 7:00 EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- division have asked that
pm Prayer Meeting ISIIED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. Gainesville ...Ga.
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE._ as many members as
R..., -rlel. C.urchN..D.I REASONABLE RATES--References.
possible be present at the
( l) KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 771-2894
CONDENSED COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION
.t r f: 2 IO-t3th St.. H. B.OR meeting.
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P. Month. 113-79th Sneer Holmes

THURSDAY DerBI T Phone til) TO T78-279I DUYl All, U. :i. Coins. THE ISLAND BANKAn
3:30 pm Grade School Choir Gold Currency or Foreign Cains of YIELD

7:30 pm Jr.& Sr.High Choir any Country or old Medals. Tokens<< ,
etc. Byron Dlaarre Bazaar 2403 R1Mf Independent Banking Institutionestablished
SUNDAY I f Pt!.'''-2'16.
9:00 am Worship Service Urkltdea uun.Twuu.&UI. April 23. 1901
House--Month or Season. Lrmsn S.
10:00 am Sunday School Putnam 22ft-8Seb Street Holmes
7:00 pm Sr. & Intermediate Ilsacb tt Cell '-21lfE On Anna Maria Island
I lOTOSt A..a..r. (: Id
Youth Fellowship our readers. we CM furnish 37 Inch YIELD TO THE RIGHT WAY...
MONDAY enlargements of any picture appearing: Holmes Beach, Florida
INSURE WITH A
In Tbe ISLANDER for only ft.isesch.
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 ] "f **"P tf office. -
Cl.'b rl'iI4 eL MUTUAL AGENTS
Jun. Junr301964
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un (; WEDNESDAY 72nd SU.-M.OUOt Bintnl Oar Lxxs
7:30 pm Dd.of Rel. Ed. priced for 1O.OOO| 77th 3*. CAM!.. $4.OOOi 7VhSt. used ftdviCel MM pOTIOMiiefOQ kite Ioe!.
Chore of The Annunciation Canal. $3.SOO 7Jrd sa.. 3.OOO. 1M-Lsrraa seeds. of Ibair.MlcyAoidsrtwhathar t
Real
JN. D. PMOTIIK1IO. Re Kettle
(Episcopal) D na.". II -Ihe Sf." . prg protect**,tor tM M..tssf and DUE PROM BANKS $ 191184.99 $ 213802.03 $ 216094.58
M*w. (.,.14 K. L.... ......, 'FOR RuNfl Fwrniahed OwU FrunCAp M.MMdHei. er 1 ispaOMy srpalratls.,
s>. Incl. Utll/ti.e. C rs... Weeklyor .sUewe MtMl. -taeWMca to the rift*..
THURSDAY: U. S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 1156444.00 1880598.72 2449159.47
Monthly rate* 2 O6 Avenue E.
9:00 am Holy Eucharist Holmes Besctu:: Ph. 7.7-3'ltt. jey to Cewotots p> lsttiis. efkkMt. Ma.Behr. .
19'5 Che.UJKellentconditiongooiitlree .pee bMMra. yr -Asws. ar foal.tlstt .
SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTIR ear.tor OTHER 500.00 400.00 400.00
and bartery. Your beet buy anyplace aI t1I1* sgsscy prstoctto .toe BONDS. ETC.
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Feel Like Getting Drunk Elgin. Weter Softeners and FiltersBUY
UNDIVIDED PROFITS and

Clo.lo Dot Cvongollcol RESERVES 34.363.8348.062.20 29526.62
THE BEST FOR LESS
Lv"' "on Church

n.... L..l.f M. tl'., P....* FULLY GUARANTIED DIVIDEND None 2000.00 3.OOO.OO

THURSDAY
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7:30 pm Lutheran ChurchWomen BONDED & INSURED DEPOSITS 1889297.57 3.117.898.39 3597553.51
church
meeting at

SUNDAY TOTALS 2173661.40 3422960.59 $3.93O.080.13

9:15 am Church School 778-1486 tor PHILLIPS 744-5142 . ..
10:30 am Worship Service

Sacrament of llaptiun OFFICERSH.

WEDNESDAY! : m' FOODLIIMERQuality

7:30 pm Teacher Training SHELTON MOODY CLARENCE E. BREWER ROBERT R. MOSES

Class 5. C.al.-... PrecUewt. Vic Pre........
&
THURSDAY: Variety WILLIAM A. BRITT J. D. WEBB ANN NIESMAN

Council Cashier Vice ......4.... A..I...... c..h'
7:30 pm Church ICA ToWleRlho. USDA CXoIco' G.cllL S ee>k-Lk.M..........43.

Meeting I CENTER CUT RIB PORK CMOrS-LW....................... S9. DIRECTORS
R.*). Black H.. Se .lioeJ He ,..Fwll Shank H.II-I..4S.

Rah Block$ H.wk S-e4oe) He ..WV.lo Butt Kelf-Lk. 4T9. CLARENCE E. BREWER HERMAN G. BURNETT JOHN H. DEAN M. D.

I II COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS- ......................... 43RATN DEWEY A. DYE. JR. HUGH G. HOLMES THOMAS A. McKAY H. S. MOODY

BLACK HAWK BACON-LW.................._......$9.
ROBERT R. MOSES HERMAN E. TURNER J. D. WEBB JAMES I. WUICHET
RATH BLACK HAWK SMOKED PORK O4OPS 4.W..MSf.

BLUE BONNET MARCARINE-4 LI..._.............. SI.OO EMPLOYEES

MRS. SMITH'S CREAM PIES E .R................._......+'9t

IGA HOT DOG BUNS (.1 pwch.s..1 VInt..r.-P ..._. If. JAMES AYERS JANET THOMPSON KAY POLLITT

CARNATION MILK-7 P* ..............._..N. .._..__.I 1.00
ROYAL GUEST RED KIDNEY BEANS-10 ,,*.__.... SI.OO PATTY ZIMMER JUDY JONES HELEN NERRIE

MONTE CHUNK TUNA-4 Ce... fa ..__SI.OO

SOFT weVE TISSUE-2 P ._....._....__._.19. Growing With The Islands

REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS

I EJTMIE CACNINA. ........ ANNA MARIA TTt-tflS Mnb: F.d r.l I Dp.irt l*..r..<. CmtpmtmtitmPage


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July 9. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7I


I IS LAND REAL ESTATE I




HOME & INCOMELocated BEACH FRONT BARGAINONEBEDROOM

COTTAGE on BEACH with
near the Beach In
Holmes Beach. Large Porch on two sides.75 Feet of Seawall.
Open fireplace in large living room.Two nice Offered
at Only $13.000--$4.000 Down and
porches. Air conditioning
garage laundry. Assume Mortgage.
Three-Unit rental on adjoining lot. with over
$2OOO gross rent which pays all expensesand *
more. Total price of property 26500. GULF FRONT LOT

s JOHN B. PROTHERO 75 x 100 $9500 Good Terms
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES& RENTALS

116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach DICK WAGNER

REALTOR Tel. 778-2663

SM. ?Oaeei.ee ,*e4--- 2217 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH

2-Bedroom Home facing Directly on GULF!
Has: 2-1/2 Baths; Large Pleasant Living
>me at 102-23rd Street. Bradenton Beach whichs Room: Good Kitchen and NOT ONEBUTTWO If You Haven't Seen
purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey DeRosler of Florida Rooms. Many Large Closets.
arborn. Mich from Helen D. Smith. Sale was Central Heat. Two-Car Garage with three-
:gotiated by George E. Wagner Registered Real room-and-bath guest apartment with private
tate Broker of Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo) entrance. Well furnished and equipped. Ideal SEASIDE COURTWe
for LARGE FAMILY, or for added income.
-- $37,500 --
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE *
INSURANCE COMPANY UNFURNISHED BAYFRONT HOME on Sea- Invite Your
Six 1197 walled Lot. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF SUNSHINE
",.t.<1 Your K+..l fttate J,...sf.n.,,l SKYWAY Bridge! Two Bedrooms.Two Baths.
Large Living Room Pleasant Kitchen and
152* 12tk Sr Wt RADENTON. FLA. ,..... 741.4541 Florida Room. LOVELY LANDSCAPING. InspectionApartments
Garage.
-- $26.500 --
BIMINI BAY ESTATES * * are going fast
;
".a ;
OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN MAHAR Real Estate

RUTH W. MAHAR REALTOR LEO MAHAR. BROKER
CITY OF ANNA MARIA
7702 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA

If you are looking for an outstanding valuein CLOSED WEDNESDAY .
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches
BUILDER OF HOMES
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. Are You Looking H-*... .v....... fe, hl..4 JACK HOLMES Realtor
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for c I....t..4 e..JltIM..
full information.JI1I1IteUP. SEES R--.MII.... Ai4h.w., S
Repe''. Tr.tw.hY Marina Dr.LmmOOT .
6101
Office
... -
.
George Wagner NORMAN i-*t ROSCOALC".e-

A.... 11I4,1. 77 .14IO
REALTY
: r
Island Shopping c."...
PHONE 778-2444

New Line SUNSET Or WRITE ANNA MARIA BOX 1012 DEVELOPmEnT[ cwraflTion

C..I:....................
AU._ .Aa..et.t.
74 71..d 7.

Exterior House Paint $4.98 gal Presents << '
- -
Latex Wall Paint $3.98 gal HOME OR DUPLEX--


Semi Gloss Enamel $4.98 gal Can VERY be DIVERSIFIED used aa 3 BR- ,..

2-Bath Home or by
locking off a door can
9Jt 4iNe O make a complete effi- & ,

ciency apartment for 1:. 1fllJ
------------------
added income. Pine d

lIMes leach Sepplies IlK. Drive.Location DOUBLE on No. Shore COR- i

NER LOT. Air-condi
778-1131 tioned. Home Is fully .. GULF DRIVECO"O"C"ATIVC
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beachchemically Furnished. I Consider
THIS A BARGAIN AT A "A"YWCHTa
ONLY $13,9001 Gni.-Jwl.. 0-,1'
.. .... ..,
tw n.n-- -

.1t I'' Call Peggy Ralph Parrishor Moore ANNA HOLMES MARIA BEACH'ISLAND

.I:Ij A..a etllty 4Parrish

$pARKLNe I IWiTcR P.O.PUs.,ANt.fcUr. ..
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

I 778.1902. 77S.21 DAILY


.
4 s. WORLD'SFAIR
.
. ':1oar'
r! FEATURING - -

. HOUSE
...... P9t....a.II..... -.-. .......ar.S......' t:..-.r __A1.CIoe-.......
And ocher Model I Home .-.c... .-
o "'. A..w mI."d cAw C. r.M.oa..rs..I..r.
or S T s '.t.--A .... t
., ..a r...a.. .c--..... AY1l.r....t....../p.._._
OPEN DAILY 1.........cs-.. rirr A.1_ t....T'T-..rirr...Tbu0+._t
pure AT a.-..r..........._t. *.I c.._.. A/1.ca..r.i. .......TV A.4...
I KEY( M_......A c-.t ..
Pw1 O r TV -4 T.o..a.
.... .. A.............
from is-t. rw -- P./ nil.......L..".._..
ROYALEWEEK os..u c-.,.._....... c..r..YH.r1.. ....-' -a rdt>, .r.....ca0..-.'
rs.- i.ur..d.I -....-N.tay N.-sa.......
Manatee County Water

CompanyC1MCO&OCATI&1
DAYS For Information Contact Robert S. Cable,

.......OMSn: 10.6
fL.." ill. C4..A.. H.Iv- I a..dI. n..w. SUNDAYS Sales Manager Phone 778.1611hursday
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 9, 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

---- --

r cAfulo-Oumen Your fBJ cO.Pa4 g. GIFTS & STRA WSOUVENIRS
I ac fiI Agent goes Y ,t,. n, _
ACCI..1IT7Our HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
FOR YOU
1 COMPLETE = Enjoy the Beach & Outdoors -' < ad'JW Free Gift & Mail Wrap
'
PROTECTION TAILORED under a cool Umbrella = /D "("9'F -.r Jelta Dwfx'"r7,1'

CI FOR YOUR -
rtr
CAR. HOME:;
PERSONALBUSINESS. CHAIR UMBRELLAS $5.95 THE LATEST

SEE CABANAS-single to king size-$39.5Oup

Beach & Lawn Umbrellas $9.95 to $39.95

(Bay XreaSlnsurance PHONE 778-1O19 inSWIM SUITS r

SUMMER HOURS. by -

778-1697 778-1548 CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.

closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon Rose Marie Reid

_. CAUGHT in a shower ? SPECIALS Cole/ of California &
__ ,
'. CHECK THESE COMPARATIVE PRICESI
REMEMBER + Alix of &
Miami
6 Foot Air Mattress-$1.98-our price-$1.49 -

Jr?. !'! .'J we have 4 Foot Float Board-$3.98-our price$3.49Swim < 'Alfred Shaheen of Honolulu

\ Large Capacity Masks-98C our price..79C

: Dryers .,..Swim AAasks-$1.98_ __our, __price1.79: gone & two piece styles

Holnits leach Coin Lamiky ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 sizes 8 to 46

-----
SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORTLayoway -
No Other Air Conditioner is Built Like a


t5 ?1Z2

PIE-rnc oa *"" Phone
: I plan 7781161CHOICE
0 0' Q v iLCs Kus. rt 4. i r++an{Wort.en

fr4 MEATS & PRODUCE
ROAM AIR COWA/7i+i0NFR


NOW WARRANTED HANDY DANDYOPEN



FOR 5" FULL YEARSEvery ISLAND EVERY 7 A.M.-9 DAY P.M.


SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
Operating Part Except the Wasltable Filter is FuWy Guaranteed For Five Full Yean!

LOOK! PMItCO ROOM AIR CONDITION : Model Car Contest
IXTINOIO PARTS WARRANTY
Entries Accepted July 27 31 Must be
-
RINOIRIO IXCLUSIVIIT ay L & L DISTRIBUTORS INC TAMPA flORIDA
.. .., ...,_.. ._....... .. ............... .
SEE US FOR -141.....DltTt.ih.a>tUTO./_V .:*,N.""TAMM ..-"._"Ntl..MAN w.....*..........-..-..ml...-,-.-W+ ,-.--.w.N.MI-... .....&d..AM.N...c-.... Y; accompanied with a store sales slip
FULL DETAILS OF -..141 DtftUTCt.. .C..' MapM..N... .. :::-.r.1 -. r..::..w ... =
=.......V,.*d MU A C. MM*M MM;= .I d.IMSUTO.. ....$ IMC. ".1.
.
..... .
"' .w. M I a L D1VrNYTa' INC.w. ----I'O.
r .. ... .
This Qualify Guarantee. I.a p/T.NVTpfT,MG.N.w ...::..N:..r. .4. d r.
-.........-....-..-.-..-..
c II' N. c..... 778-1020
Weryeaty c....p.t..L. Choose from Jecorafor frontsmatch c.....s v_

.=. .. .r : .- any color scheme any room decor C M4D-.u

.. . ,.
1. 1 $
w e "WE RENT :fOUMNG .IDS *BAST cain

C..r..w .N. .e IN. j HIGH CHAIRS LINCNS PLAY "HiDCNfas THING conST
....... "' "
:,.l IOt.L I as BCAMKITS
N ; .
w.:1.a-.. v..,. \ -, :;: ::: ,4 -- Linen Rental St.Service Holmes Beach 778.147221454th

_ow.. _._ t S', . et; \ '
(I;"'.r ( ) 1;
t
You could tpend as much ei $125 for re + el
EACH LIQUOR STORE
placement parts for Low Quality units J .

1(1( five; Y..". .t"" _-.:;.-_...:.a.::...-...:- ... . > Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center
-
IUT -. ... -
o( For A Cool Summer Refresher
-- '(Ii, I
you can enjoy Philco Noiiefeti. cool!comfort i 7 -
GIN ------ VODKA
..
..
.
-Fully Guaranteed against any p rt> coil V -
{ for five full y..1! Only Phitco't Unmatched ..;:!;/ 'k. fifths $2.99

Quality Construction can carry this War w -

rantyl r Philadelphia 5th 3 for $9.75

PHJLCO 6300 BTU Models NEW 1964 I Imported Scotch 5th $4.49 _

PH I LCo' IRlcoNOmoNEaPriced Ten High 5th 3 for 510.00 JW.SWine : :.
$ '"Y=--_
1 5 777 .w.
r Lew Nols.r.ss..nclnHred r- Beer ---
- -
for quiet cooling! .
- - -
..- -1JIIIIIIIIIIII:
EASY TUMS-LOW PAYMCNTS -
(Ron) < > (Bob)

ISLAND TV 778-1703 (.r.r .\ G.lf Drive, t H.l'..j Ih.l. Phone 778.2023
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