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 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good


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No* 662 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 16. 1964 TEN CENTS
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Sunday Evening Spectacular At Manatee County BeachJ" Anna Maria City Millage Down,


A 22-year-old bride of two weeks was critically Tentative Budget SetAt $58,305, I

injured late Sunday evening, when her 1955 sports ;1 .:. ..
sedan crashed into the pavilion at the County Beach. ,'. Robert Moses New Vice MayorAnna

According to Holmes Beach Police Chief W. H.
Snooks Adams the car was driven by Mrs. Joyce Maria Mayor Har- Kay and Gene Cox as a
Alden Hunter of East Bra enton. who was reported vey G. Meyer announced committee to consult with
--- -- in serious condition at rh Wednesday that the city'sad Holmes Beach City officials -
H. B. Board Meetin 9:J Manatee Memorial Hos- valorem tax mlllagc relative to formingan

A new zoning ordinance. pital Monday. for the next year wouldbe I al and wid e police
was passed at its firs: Notified by radio by the 3.5. The rate for the force.
reading Tuesday eveningby g; county sheriff's office 1963-1964 fiscal year was Read for the second time
the Holmes Beach\ that the car had been I 4 mills. and passed was Ordinance
Board of Aldermen. The, driven away after hitting Tentative budget for the 266 which outlines speci-
ordinance broadens the,. two cars at Manatee Ave. 1964-1965 fiscal year will fications for seawalls.
used permitted in the C-: and Twelfth Street West. be $58.305. $2O79 lower Meyer{ announced that
commercial zones. Adams attempted to block than last year's estimated the city had received quit
Mayor Elmer C. Twis: the intersection of State budget of 60384. The claim deeds to the lots
praised the service to the; Road 64. from Bradenton. lower ad valorem tax rate adjacent to the city office
city of Leo M. English,, and 789 with his car. When will produce almost the executed by West Coast

its electrical inspector,,, he saw the car approaching same amount less than did Properties which com-
who died suddenly Friday., the intersection at a last year.sI mill rate. pany had had casements
Louis Cor n io of Ann high rate of speed he The budget which is over the lots
Maria will carry on the pulled his car out of the reprinted on Page 3 of this The mayor also announ-
work of the Inspector on intersection. The speed- issue shows an Increaseof ced that a special meeting
a temporary basis. ing car hit Adams' car $3.O20 in the salaries of the city commissionhad
City Clerk Mrs. Polly a glancing blow before classification. Thin increase been held after thespecial
Archer reported a total crossing Gulf Drive onto was made to provide election last week
balance of $22.729. with the County Beach proper- funds for possible to reorganize tho com-
bills of $2,646 to be paid. ty.Florida increases in the operating mission. At the meeting.
August 11 was sec as the Highway Patrol- coats of policing the city. Commissioner Robert It.
date for a public hearingto man D. J. Adams and Sgt. Significant changed In Muses wan elected vice
consider a request by Dick Cummings of the estimated Income are an mayor.
_ Mr. and Mrs. LaMolne FHP Auxiliary were In increase of $1.OOO In Commissioner Tom Mc

Baker for vacation of a pursuit of what they cal- building permit fees; a Kay reported that 120
short alley adjacent to led a "hit and run" car. decrease of $2.4OO In the load of fill had been used
their property. Part of and arrived at the beach -d y' 4 road and bridge tax; an to fill ditches In the Mag
the property and part of soon after the crash. They : increase of $7OO in the nolia-Tarpon Street area.
the alley are in Bradenton estimated the speed of the Florida power & Light Ho said that rather than
Beach and that portion of car allegedly driven by n Co. franchise payment. draining tho aI'''..around
the alley has already been Mrs. Hunter as higher and an Increase of $1.0OO them, the ditches actually
vacated. than lib ,mile an hour. ., ......"r W lw ..'w.l..w..w..I ...v. .;. .ir'I.N *.*- i"h ) '\*aMtrfcJL...
.
_ tng srsu..man' * much
and said could
Permits they not
wore granted
and wore
At Wednesday evening's really
catch with it between
for four signs at Key up
of the whore mosquitoes
Royale. Bradenton and the Island. meeting city commission 3)V
breed.
Meyer appointed
Board President MerrillM. Trooper Adams and
Tritt reported that the Cummings had Just left Commissioner i Tom. -.. i.i Me i .(Continued.., i. .. i on... n Page I' ii

paving of Shell Drive and the court house when they Former B. B. Councilman
'a'r
White Avenue was to be heard the Hunter car hit -'r I

started July 20, and to be two cars waiting for the .f O A Leo English Dies SuddenlyLeo
finished by August 12. traffic light at Manatee
and 12th. M. Kngllsh, 10, of was Incorporated In December -
He also reported that a
number of ditches had Chief Adams said the O2-l7th St., BraUonton 1951: ho was*
been cleared and one car did not slow up after Beach. died suddenly at elected ono of the town *
new drain installed at crossing Gulf Drive onto .yam his home Friday.July 1O. first councilmen and In
1953 was made
Sunrise Park. the county property. It 'Ix January. *
of the council.At .
president
headed for the south end
time of his death
the
of the pavilion; hit and
shattered a large old ho was tho electrical I I

utility pole used as a x ... .,;; .r, inspector for Bradenton
car stop; catapulted into (Ar (Beach and Holme (tieach.Ho .
the air and hit the end of war a member of tho
the building several feet St. Bernard Catholic
Church tho !Holy Name
and continued on to ,,
away --- ------ ---- --
of St. BernardChurch
Society
a point west of the pavilion Badly damaged car, which landed on the west aide of
and of the Bra-
which is about 50 feet the pavilion the Manatee County Beach After a Volunteer
Boach
demon
from the pole-bumper. reportedly fast drive from Bradenton. and brief
N Damage to the building two-bank flight across the south end of the pavilion. Fire Department.
Survivor are his wile
was estimated at $300 to After hitting a large utility pole. used as a parking
Mr.
Margaret ;
$500. The car appeared to stop south of pavilion, the car then took to the air; -Ira. Edward
be a total loss.Reportedly It next hit the south end of the pavilion building and daughter
(Audrey) Schneider of
r the original Inflicted a severe wound thereon (involving several
- brother
Columbus two ,
engine of the sport type hundred dollar worth of damage), and finally cameto Leo U. ENGLISH Elmer English; of Holme .
a1v4.f sedan had been replaced ret west of the building. Top picture shows beach
born In Beach and Jack English
Mr. English was
I recently by a rebuilt high manager Omer Bernard surveying the damage to
Ohio and of Loa Angelo! a lstor.
Youngstown ,
from of driver aide of
powered engine a storage room pavilion. Center
moved to the Island from Mrs.J. R. Rico of Columbus -
larger and more powerfulcar. car. Bottom right hand aide of car. Left to right
and four grandchil
Columbu Ohio. 1 10 ,
; are PUP Trooper D. J. Adam. Holmes Beach year
dren.CrlfflchCllno.
Monday Chief Adams Police Chief W. If. "Snook" Adam. Bernard and aao.Ito.
j.; ; said he had charged Mr*. Sgt. Dick Cummings of the PHP Auxiliary. (!Launder owned and operatedthe l .Island
;; Hunter with willful and Photo) English Electric Co. Chapel.. In charge of
- wanton reckless driving a* an electrical contracting local Arrangement, and
e the funeral 1 service and
business for a numberof
destroying public -
J :: s.,' and with causing property an years.When burial I were to be InColumbu

Life Scout Eric Akin of accident and her bond Bradcmoo fi *ch *.

Holmes Beach, who left was set at 250. Braden
Sunday to attend the sixth ton Police Chief Harry ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

National 1 Jamboree of the Wtlktaon I aid his department ...** R.wt.ll1.y.
Boy Scouts of America, to would prefer .

beheld this rear at Valley charge of reckless driving T,-..*.*....
Forge (Pa.) State Park. by failure to have her w M.- ..us NI11.Iuly .
The park I.I the historic vehicle under control,and
Mi h*4 Ml C JNf r
'f. If: WT T ** TI T/ VIW
site of W.ablnttton.stn- leaving the scene of an .
Ivl N as 44 .4 51 Hu.wt4y
y
ter headquarter duringthe accident, with additional .
winter of 1 77.Akin. bond of $45 and J75. a v- 51 ItJ 141A doo $1 tron.

15. I* the oo of Mr. and grand total of $36O. ---- Wit 10tt 4U 51 HomePKY
.. J J .+ 'r) 46 sd .2
sly
Mr*. Mel Akin of 2O4 A report from Manatee "
Seth St. lie I* a memberof Memorial' Hospital late Small dock which In 1925 (when. picture was taken). 1.1 y JZ" "'Jq 4".1" 'a9 91 .If hang

UUnd Boy Scout Troop Monday evening; Bald that wa* attached. 10 tbs Anna Maria City Pkr. (Photo Islr 1i'4 44 Kl 00 5" None

No. 7, (Blander Photo) (Continued- on Page 3) Court.*? of Mr. Karl Wldmann)





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: 2 : : : : ::- THE ISLANDER Th 8day. July 16. 1'964 (


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Islander Editorials

: :

The Unpursued..."

.
Under a head "The Unpursued Seek Shelter," the Y w .wi

Sunday edition of the Oradenton Hercld carried an
editorial which commented on a recent resolution
passed by the Anna Maria City Commission. The atzlnr
resolution directed to State Senator Ed H. Price Jr..
and any other member of the Legislature from
Manatee County expressed the commission s feeling

. about annexation.
Following indented portions are from the Herald t
editorial:

Anna Maria City Council (Commission) has

adopted a resolution In effect urging the legislative M
delegation to hold Dradenton to its present city
limits, and specifically asking protection for its Early 1920s picture of the mid-Bradenton water- LETTERS.
city against annexation or incorporation into a front area showing the Manatee River Hotel under .
larger city without approval of Anna Maria City construction, and the bridge across the river the Dan P. McClure Chairman
voters.In the predecessor of the present Green Bridge. Board of Manatee County Commissioners
(Picture used by courtesy of Kelly Myers of Dear Mr. McClure:

its resolution the city commission Is NOT"in Bradenton) This will refer to my recent conversation with
effect urging the legislative delegation to hold you about the Anna Maria Island Erosion Prevention

Bradenton to its present city limits/ regardless of District.
how the resolution is interpreted by the editor of the f :!: : Acting on your recommendation the Chairmanof
Herald. The resolution actually reads, ". . that d ''''' .,. ,, .' the Commissioners of the District Mr. Hugh G.
,
;' :fJ!' .. : 1.--IIf: :(< : ' :
; Iftr.
the Board of Commissioners. . are opposed to (.::?' :<: ;:'.., ':t -,,.-:', ..,....Lr 4 ', ,-,_:. '.- Holmes appeared before the councils of the three
annexation by the City of Bradenton of any 4 :;: 1t.!'" ". ',': J--- : :- -' cities on the Island and asked their endorsement of

incorporated or unincorporated area in Manatee ; .,. .. ..,. .-.... _.: .-., the proposed 1.5 mill tax to be included in the 1964c c
County without a favorable referendum of voters and -:.--:.;;.;..... -- .:. 65 County budget for the benefit of the District to
freeholders in all territories affected. ." ..-: be collected only on property on the Island.
Nor is the city commission ""specifically asking : ;. The Holmes Beach Council by Resolution on a
protection for It* city against annexation or 4 to 1 vote, endorsed this millage.I .

incorporation into a larger city without approval of Commercial fisherman with his net almost touchingthe have read carefully the first Act, of 1949; the
Anna Maria City voters. The only request made In seawall at Key Royale, In violation of several second Act of 1951 and Chapter 158 of the General
the resolution was, ". . do earnestly request state laws and a local ordinance. (Islander Photo)' Statutes which applies in this matter.
,
Senator Ed H. Price Jr. (or other Manatee County An objection was made by an Alderman that the
Legislators), not to Introduce any bill in the No resentment in this quarter Suhl In fact there law permitted the district to tax only for the interest
Legislature which would legalize annexation without has been almost no discussion on the Island of the and sinking fund for the bond issue (authorized
complete referendum. Bradenton-County water controversy.It $150OOO by referendum election but only $120OOO
Is that""In effect urging the legislative delegationto issued and that any tax over this would be illegal.)
hold Bradenton to its present city limits"? is considered by many as nothing more than Now since 1956 the District has taxed for operationand
Just that Bradenton should pave its own streets reserves as well as for bond service and In
The request for protection from being outvotedby and help pave everybody else's too; that it should 1956 Judge Willis then attorney for the District
others is both understandable and reasonable.It throw its Jail facilities into the county's pot thatit went on record as being of the opinion such action
also la less protection than was provided by the should provide<< park athletic recreational was Justified under the broad provisions of Chapter
legislative delegation in the new city proposal, or civic library parking and every other sort of 158 Florida Statutes. In fact he specifically recommended -
by Bra den ton's council in the annexation facility for everybody to use, but never never taxing to set up a reserve.In .
referendum. In both, the people of Anna Maria never expect any tit for tat, or indicate any ideas a conversation on July 7 with County Attorney
City could not have voted themselves In had they that if we are all one big happy family we ought to Richard A. Hampton to whom I showed copy of the
wished to.islanJ move into the same household.In Willis memo of 1956 Judge Hampton concurred in
the view and stated to me the powers of the district

._.. : residents_ ..._._were,. .. not concerned, with the ,.. proportion, Bradenton is not called on to pave' were very broad under the existing statutes. "
*% n * ''D"".% %nn. neW 'ettyproposal" Mm rwwi ., ..... tws tivlp pave.verybodyelse's tOO Therefore I feel not only that the County Commission ,1
they might have been voted In as'nllthcr any more than 1* Anna Maria City or any other should Include In the 19 ,,-lS budget the
will had not the legislative delegation seen fit to Incorporated city. Nor does it, in proportion to its millage requested by the District but that the ,_
exempt the Island from consideration at the eleventh population "provide facilities for everybodyto Commission Is in fact under obligation to do so.
hour. But only after, the people of the Island had use" to any greater extent than does Anna Maria All this does not affect the proposal to have the
helped to change the thinking of the legislative City. And about the above-mentioned "tit for tat" District abolished
by an act of the Legislature in
delegation, by an overwhelmingly one-sided unofficialvote -Bradenton does benefit to a great degreeIna 1965 and the responsibility for erosion control in 'Ir Ii
against the "new city proposal." On this point plain old-fashioned DOLLAR and CENTS way the County assumed by the County Commission,
the Herald editor might profit by a review of the from the facilities it furnishes. Almost every with the County Engineering Department handling
paper's files. resident of the county, at some time or other during the technical details. ,
each year, does by necessity or convenience spend I therefore endorse
that Mr.
There is no quarrel here with Anna Maria's money in Bradenton for goods and services. Without your suggestion
Hugh G. Holmes
request. Insofar as Us own area ia concerned, any hope or expectation that things will work out on appear at a regular meeting of the I
County Commission and submit his for I
but there la some wonder. Council asks protection a reciprocal bas t a* And this is especially so with the abolition of the District. case seeking
from a non-existent threat--Bradenton haa never residents of the Island.\
even asked for annexation of the Island much less It is a safe guess that at least 75 percent of the 158 The but County has the power not only under Chapterr "
for annexation against majority Island opinion.Of cars owned by Island residents are purchased InBradenton Preservation, also District under a recent conduct act, to set up a studies Shore .4' %
.l
engineering
--a considerable' Investment each .
year. of the whole
area, and make such under-
course Bradenton hasn't asked for annexationof Besides any number of other items and servicesfor special
the Island--the Bradenton residents who are which Island private income is spent each taking referendum as the Commission may deem fit. Probably a
vitally concerned with annexation realize that "flrat business day, week, month and year! election may be necessary but I am
not sure of this. There is that
nothing In this plan
thing must come flrat. And at the moment there As a specific .mple--thls paper and its owners would
la too much unanncxed territory between that city have spent several thousand dollars In Bradenton In district debar the County from setting up a special
for
and the Island. But what if--through aome feat of each of the past five yeara--much more each year overall assessment that is not Countywide. The
benefits
would
be
left-handed legislative legerdemain--Dradenton DID than the Herald for Instance or Its owner ever has Longboat large and would Include
north
Key end.
manage to annex that "territory between" might It spent or ever will spend on the Island or In Anna
not then become a municipal Alexander the Great, Maria City. All of which helps bolster the economyof with 1 am the sending a copy of this letter to Mr. Holmes,
suggestion that when he has made full
looking for new territory to conquer? Bradenton, and all of which probably Is aa it
Also WHO Judge it to be a "nonexlatentthreat' should be--but doe the Island have to WANT to be preparation and consulted his counsel he ask the
Commission for
? annexed aa well? Oy Bradenton or any other city? an appearance.
of the the
Approval requested millage will keep

But, what ia particularly puzzling; la thin The pat answer to such arguments is that solution wheels of is progress reached. turning until a new and better
additional example In a long chain of them--from Bradenton will have to get everything it has
Palmetto, from Islanders from residents In the perfect first and then start inviting the neighbors Yours truly
mainland populated areaa- -to view with alarm any in. This presupposes that all the other Carl F. Scott

attempts by Bradenton, real or Imaginary municipalities and the unincorporated areas are
. annexatlonlat or Internal to grow.It themselves perfect, or at leaat more nearly so The Islander
than Is Bradenton. Ala .
Independent Weekly published every TJwirsd'ey
Isn't at all puzzling to anyone who read and
thought a little about A recent letter from Senator Apparently that IS the pat answer to the problem. I b7 THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Price--and considering with what frequency: the It ia axiomatic in merchandising anything that the 314 Pis. A......, Aft... Maria Island. Fieri...

annexation proposal in one form or another--has better looking the package, the easier the item ia to EDfTOft_STEVE.KIMBALL
been advanced by those Bradenton resident who aell--and In the case In point it ia Bradenton that ADV mSING MANAGER.MARGE K1M1ALL
have become ao enamored with it. Nor dos anyone ia trying to sell something. Make the
package MAIL ADORESSs P. 0. Box 737.Anna Maria Florid
"view with alarm any attempt by Bradenton sufficiently attractive to its potential "customers TELEPHONE 77B-2O2I.
"annexation!*! or Internal, to grow--If It Iv donein and it won't then be difficult to find aome takera. '

a perfectly straightforward manner. No one la easily persuaded to buy something aa a SUBSCRIPTION. RATES: U. S. S3.3O
. replacement for something he already has--and likes. per year $2 for six month*. Canada.r;
This anti-Bradenton attitude' tends to rurn IS per year. ADVERTISING RATES:
$1 per column Inch. Discount of ten ..,. ;:
around when Bradenton haa something or could Such a presupposition la aa unfounded aa Anna percent for six consecutive' Insertion q ...
do something that would be of benefit outsiders, Maria Citya apparent fears of being annexed to If paid by tenth of following month. Q _
whether or not it would benefit Bradenton U.oelf. Bradenton and a great deal more ridiculous. National or Agency placed Advertising. 4/,
There la, for Instance, resentment Chat $1.26 per column Inch. ,v. "
Bradenton didn't plunge into the countya profKmed: Does something become "ridlculoua" merely --- ....... Iv.olmisoCLc \IJ.J'J'' 'iii"

water endeavor, surrendering Its all ao that because one doosn t agree with It? And Mr. Herald ING TIME: NOON. TUESDAY.
areas without water or with admittedly Inferior: Editor as a spokesman for Bradenton. you seem" to Entered aa Second Class matter under
water could have the Manatee River brought to feel that someone IA picking on your city. Honestly the Act of March 3.MAMATtC 1$7V.

their doorsteps with Bradentonlana helping pay the now. Anna Maria; City has no ideas about annexing:
COUNTY'S MIYSPAPCa
freight. ONLY MOMC OWMID
Braocmon. i if

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Thursday July 16. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

Anna Maria City Millage Lowered . Jordan Resigns As SUNDAY EVENING . 8 to 8
mm fm WaUy
Rt (Continued from Page 1)
(Continued from Page 1) A.M. Police Chief Mrs. Hunter was still In 8 ..t.2 pM SvnJays
Following is a comparison between the budget of City Clerk Mrs. Frances l critical condition in the
the previous year and the tentative budget for the Maxon.read at last week's intensive-care section of '
1964-1965 fiscal year. Although the budget is merely meeting of the Anna Maria the hospital but that her
t tentative at this time according to city officials it City Commission a letterof condition had improved UJfBB'SIsland
will not vary greatly in its final form. resignation from Chiefof "slightly."
1963-1964 1964-1965 Police George Jordan.In .
the letter Jordan set Real Estate SaleMr. Pharmacy

Total Valuation $6.781.400 $6.997.512 Sept. 1 as the date for the .and Mrs. Lloyd Rob- 59O4 Marina Drive
Non-Homestead Property 5.314.760 5.487.212 resignation to become ef- erts of Brandon recently
Homestead Property 1.270.180 1.301.380 fective.It purchased a Oayfront lot 778.1 11..Hlt. 778.2075
*; Other Property (Tax Exempt) 196.460 208.920 was accepted by the on Bay Boulevard South j. o.FREE. MESS. n..1..tREGISTERED
commission "with regret Anna Maria from Mrs.
ESTIMATED INCOME: ," but the date was Evelyn B. Flake and planto
, Ad Valorem Tax @ 4 mills $ 21.259 (3.5)19.205 left open so that Jordan's build a home on the
Occupational Licenses 5.000 5.100 successor as chief couldbe site. Ralph Parrish of "
,: Building Permits 1.000 2.000 hired before Jordan Parrish Realty, Anna .
City Pier Rent 900 900 left. Maria handled the sale.
Road & Bridge Tax 8.400 6.000 Although it was not dis-
Cigarette Tax 8.000 7.800 cussed at the meeting, Roscoe ReturnsLast
Florida Power & Light Co. the reason for Jordan s week's Islander DELIVER
Franchise 3.500 4.200 resignation is that he carried an article about
Community House Rent 125 400 feels he has reached retirement the disappearance of Roscoe -
Miscellaneous Receipts 1.000 500 age. Formerlya the Bayou Marina'sdogofmanytalcnts.
Police Fines 200 200 police officer in Maple- PHARMACISTS ;
Reimbursement on Paving 10.000 11.000 wood N. J., Jordan has The same evening the
Mosquito Control 1.000 1.000 been police chief in Anna paper reached the news- ON DUTY :

$ 60.384 ss,3os Maria since early in 1956.In stands. Salty Sol telecasta AT ALL TIMES I
a second letter Jordan story about Roscoe from
ESTIMATED EXPENSES: suggested to the one of the television .. ....
Electricity $ 2.200 $ 2.400 commission that Ear I e stations in Tampa. As a THUR
' City Pier 1.420 2.000 Murdock, who is now the rLonglegged result. Coast Guardsmenat 'J .. FRI
, Water 350 300 city marshal be :.
I appointeda Egmont Key called the = "7 SAT :.:-
Telephone 35 35 special officer to help Bayou Marina and told
. Salaries 11.980 15.000 patrol the city. lie also Roscoo's owners that he
..; Streets Drainage Bridges 21.100 21.000 suggested that he,Jordan had appeared at Egmont SPECIALSLASKO
4 Community House 800 800 be appointed city marshal Monday.A .
. Office Supplies & Expense 575 500 at a token salary to helpin boat was dispatchedto
Legal & Audit 1.200 1.200 an advisory capacity.The pick up the wandererand 20"
/, Insurance 1.500 1.000 second letter was bring him back to the
Repairs & Maintenance tabled by the commissionwith marina. Word of his return 2 Speed
x City Equipment 874 400 no action taken on and long- was circulated by the ELECTRIC FAN
L New City Equipment Jordan's suggestions. necked wader the White grapevine and when he
! Special Account 1.200 2.200 Jordan also offered to Egret. This fish eater can arrived a number of his
Advertising 300 200 sell the city his already turn his head in a 360- friends were on hand to $2195 Sp $16.95
City Parks & Beautification 500 500 equipped 1964 police car degree circle and can greet him and welcome
Police Maintenance 1.400 1.000 at its present replacementvalue. reach from 36 to 48 inches him home. Ills owners
Miscellaneous Expenses 1.500 1.500 He is reimbursedfor under water to catch his think he stowed away ona 1-Piece RUBBER
SS Tax & Adm. Expense 450 450 use of the car. prey. Tampa bound boat. CAR MAT
Contingencies 700 500
Mosquito Control 1.000 1.200 I I
front floor
covers
Youth Center 1.000 1.000
Road & Bridge Spec. Account 4.0000- door to door
", Discount on Taxes 800 800
New Tractor & Mower 3.200O-
Erosion Control 1.800 1.500 no messy defrosting $2.99 X1.99Lbb
Building Inspector 500 800
J I Discounts-PavingAssessments (
-0- 250 ,
Island Sanitation -0- 120 Flying Insect Spray :

Building Fund Reserve -0- 1.650 REG.

I I i S60,384 $ 58,305 1.29 gee:

Before the budget Is officially adopted a public
I hearing will be held probably early In September. 500


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Winter Haven...Miss Imogene Williams and Mis
All Abu People... Pearl Baxter and Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Slama all c

.. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. James Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Padgett Jr. of Plan
R. Young of Mulberry...Mrs. Julia Garcia and party City. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jenkins of Tampa..
and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carr and family all of Mr. and Mrs. James Flournoy of Bartow...Mr. an,
Tampa.. .Dr. and Mrs. J. Sewell and family of St. Mrs. Gordon Griggs and family of San Angelo
Petersburg.. .Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kllgore and Tex. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart of New York City
family of RuskIn. ..Mr. and Mrs. James K. Jordanof WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mrs. Betty Caylor
Lakeland.. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ellis and son Mrs. Wavene Jameson and Mrs. Eda Wieskrod o
Wayne of Hyattsville Md. Riverview.
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Allen of y CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wade am
Morrisvllle. Pa. .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lenehanand family of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jacksor
Mr. and Mrs. Sarrell and family of Tampa... of Titusvllle...Mrs. T. Rudy and family of University -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Townsend of Sarasota. City Mo...Mr. and Mrs. Van Williams of
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Critchfieldof Fayetteville Ga. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buchanan of
New Port Richey...Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rhodesof Shelbyvllle Ind.
Lake Wales. . Charles J. Varana of Shamokin Pa. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. George Wil-
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dixon of sher and family of Miami. .Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
Highland City.. .Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Jeter of Tampa Troutt and family of Plant City.
..Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Ellens of Grand Rapids GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John Froe-
Mich., parents of John Ellens owner of Palm Court lich and family of Chicago. .Mr. and Mrs. James
are guests of their son and daughter-in-law for two Kierman and family of Lantana.
weeks. NEW ISLANDERS Col. and Mrs. Mervin C.Bowers TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. Apmann and
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. formerly of Arlington Va., who are having a new children of Astoria N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Myron L.
Martin Melone of Chicago. home built at Key Royale which will be their Rhode of Westville Ill. .Mr. and Mrs. Howard
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob permanent residence. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Lucas and Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Lucas of Miamis-
Bussema and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hamslace of North burg Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Garris of
Riverside 111. Mrs. Dan Parker of Hialeah.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brunswick Ga.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cornell of
EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ash and Varnum of Lithia...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart of Mt. Dora. .Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Morrow and family
daughters of Jeffersonvllle Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. W. Paramus N. J...Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Beram of and Mr. and Mrs. E. Hichg of St. Petersburg...
Seber and sons of Brandon. .. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Montvale N. J. ..Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Munez and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Wyszkowski and sister of
Cope and family of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Leon Romey of Huntington W. Va. .. Gainesville. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larson and
Guldenschuh and family of Rome Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Baldridge and daughter family of Fort Lauderdale. .Mr. and Mrs. G.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Sim Cindy of Springfield Ill. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Bill S. Johns and Mr. and Mrs.
Bates of Roanoke 111...Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ashleyof Stephenson and family of Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Jackson of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs.Jack N.
Melrose. ..Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willis of Ruskin. .. Lonnie Pearson and family of Samoset. Anderson of Nashville Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth S. Anderson of Indianapolis... ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John Phillipsand Hollar of Hickory N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Patts of Grove City Ohio family and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rutledge all of PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heath
..Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Patts and family of Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and family and family of Tamna.. Mr.-- and -Mrs.- Henry Wild
Columbus. Ohio.. .Mr and Mrs. Joe Denson and and Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Hale and family of Lake and family of Riverview....Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
family of Dalton Ga...Mr. and Mrs. William D. City.. .Mr. and Mrs.Arthur D.Raularson of Dunellon! Evers and family of Brandon. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Seigler of Mulberry.THE ... Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Teachout Sr. and grand- Rotruck of Bradenton.
ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. daughter Carol Glenn; Mr. and Mrs. Norberto Ysla PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Mrs. S. Hamslace and Mr. and Mrs.J. Bussema and John W. Howell II, Gary Simmons and Jim Eddy of Steamburg N. Y.
of North Riverside Ill...Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Oglcsby, all of Lakeland. ..Mr.' and Mrs. R. T. COOPER'S BIMINI BAY DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.
a: James and family of Glenallen, Va. .Miss Jean Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Harrison and Rene Martinez of Tampa.
Delmeen of Eustls. ..Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Shea and family of Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Ponder of LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
t family of Des Plaines Ill. .Miss Edna Biggs and Fort Meade.. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tinker of Woody; Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Miss Ann Davis of Daytona Beach. . Mr. and Mrs. Wichita Kan. ..Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffin of Yarborough and Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Atkinson all
; M. L. Cow art of Sarasota. .Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Wauchula. .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Aycock and familyof of Plant City. ..Mr. and Mrs. S. Whitener of Sun
Beasley and family of Washington, 111. ..Mr. andy Homeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delp of Leisure City Center.. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Yawn of Oneco
.y Mrs. Herbert Senne and family of St. Cloud.. .Mr. City. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Prevette; Mr. and Mrs.L. .
\,. and Mrs. Clayton Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Vic K. L. White; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Chapman all of
t Allen Crosby and family all of Tampa.. .Mrs. McKenzie of Bonita Springs. . Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chaney of Fort
; Margaret Ellis and children of Orlando... Mr. and Storit of Winter Park. .Mr. and Mrs. John Kok ofottit' Meade. .Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dillard and Mr. and


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iss of mare about people - .. Key Royale Reorganized

int Mrs. B. Simmons of Bradley...Mr. and Mrs. G. -
. .. Vail of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Robert According to a recent of the original owners of
nd Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Polk, and Mrs. announcement by William Key Royale Inc., along
to. Wanda L. Caruthers, all of Bartow...Jim Sweat of B. Lee. some changes in with Mlckelsen and Lee.
: Mulberry.. Wayne Grover of Dover..Mr.and Mrs. the ownership and organization His law practice and other
)Y.r.. J. Edwin Jones of Knoxville Tenn...1\Ir. and Mrs. ;i _
of Travis L. Lay of Fort Lauderdale..Mrs. Edna E.
Russell of East Islip N. Y...Mr and Mrs. Herbert _
nd W. Hill of New City N. Y.. .Mr. and Mrs. L. Mills
on and Mrs. D. Chastain of Tam p a...1\1r. and Mrs. I t.' '..
F. Ballentine of Detroit.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
rof Cremer of E. Detroit. .Mr. and Mrs.' J. Gillun of
of Fairfield Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis of :.
Wimauma..Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lynch of Rome,Ga. k
l- ..Mrs. Gladys Pitman of Bradenton. r:
3t MISS MARION COLMAN of Magnolia Avenue Anna _
Maria, a member of Roser Memorial Community r
'- Church was one of the 102 persons who participatedin
a the 17th annual Christian Writers and Editors '"

Conference recently, at the American Baptist .iL'.....".......
Assembly at Green Lake Mich. The week-long 1"1'' .
ldd conference included a concentrated program of I '..II I\ iL2A
:, workshops dealing with varying phases of literary kit
- forms such as verse short stories devotional and
of dramatic writing.
of DICK ROSEDALE of Pine Avenue, Anna Maria I.- r c Mr f
Iy and friends Russell Gwinn and Larry Welsheim. left '4a54Q t 1 KEY ROYALTY: Mr. and Mrs. William B. Lee and
.. last week for Alexandria Va. and Washington. They Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
of also expect to attend the New York World's Fair,
ld and will return in time for Dick's graduation from of Key Royale.Inc. business interests in the
J. Florida State University on August 8. were made last week. Lee north however have kept
3. MRS. EDITH SCHALDENBRAND AND MRS. MARY 1 is vice president of the him from taking an active
VERMETT of the Island Furniture Center have sApr corporation which owns part In the developmentof
'J.n just returned from the furniture show at the Atlanta and has developed Key Key Royale.
Furniture. Gift and Accessory Market. Mrs. Ginny Royale. Much of the developmentof
:h Dunham managed their shop in their absence. He said that the corporation Key Royale has been
ld JOHN F. EHRENZELLER Machinist's Mate 2/C stock formerlyowned under the supervision of
rd'h USN son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ehrenzeller Sr. t by Harry Gustafaon Lee who moved to the
of Holmes Beach is a crew member of the Navy has been purchased by Island In 1958. In addition
Destroyer USS RICHARD B. ANDERSON, operatingout 1al Mrs. Lee and Mr. and ho haa built many of the
of San Diego Calif. The Anderson recently Mrs. Howard S. Adams. homos In the Koy Royale
received the Navy's newest anti-submarine weapon, Corporation officers now and Bay Palms aub-
3. the DASH a drone anti-submarine helicopter. After are: Peder Mlckelaon. divisions.
completion of testing the new weapon the Anderson president; Lee vice In October 1962 Leo
will rejoin the Pacific Fleet. president; Adams vice and Adams organized Key
p r i? :
rll PVT. THOMAS W. DENGLER USMC son of Mr. &* president; Mrs. Mlckelscn Royale Homes, Inc.aa the
and Mrs. Charles H. Dengler of 901 Gulf Drive treasurer; Mrn. solo sales agency for the
11.n
. South Bradenton Beach has completed recruit Adams secretary and two subdivisions with
.no training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Mrs. Lee assistant secretary Adams the active managerof
;0f Diego, Calif. Following graduation.Dengler reportedto and assistant the company.
f Camp Pendleton near Oceanside Calif., for treasurer. Day Palms la owned by
fj ft advanced infantry training. All Marine'\ recruits undergo Guatafaon an attorney Peder Mlckolaon and Son
an 11-week program of basic training. ISLANDER PHOTOS by Ren. R.den In Minneapolis wan ono Inc.

THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
J FUNERAL HOMES I In. "_Uc. P./.I r_...A._....... Be Ahead of the CrowdSpeccal

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NORTH L..c6..o END at OF 12-LONGBOAT Dl'...r. .! 6 p.m.BUILDER KKY. 10 Year Olds and Up :
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES United AppealThe Kiwanis ActivitiesCarl


BERNARD MISSION NOTICE OP INTENTION TO United Appeal of Scott of Holmes

(CATHOLIC) REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Manatee County Is pre- Beach vice chairman of

R.*. Francis r. Welsmiller The they undersigned are conducting do hereby a Maaonry certifythat paring Its 1965 budget In the Manatee County Park

business at 3216-31st Avenue Ws.4 readiness for Its annual Beach and Recreation
MASS: Bradenton. Florida under the fictitious
name of G i E MASONRY and fall campaign. Commission was to be ,
8 10
SUNDAY &
: am CRETE and that said firma composed Members of the UA's the speaker at Wednes-
WEEKDAYS: 8 am of the following persons,whose
Admissions and Budget day evening's meeting of
names and places of residence areas
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm follows Dale Garlock. 3216-31st Committee are Marion the Island Kiwanis Club. i
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: Avenue West. Bradenton.Plo..lda.and.lam.
chairman Duncan Wathen of Bra-
.a Elsenzlmmer. 4411 Sc. Quattlebaum ;
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pmHar..y West. Bradenton. Florida.It and Norman Anderson denton will speak at the

.is our Intention to apply to theClerk James Brush Mel Akins club meeting on Wednesday -
and for
Memorial/ ChurchNan.D.nomlnational of the Circuit Court in .
Manatee County. Florida to register Edgar Johnston, Mrs.E. July 22, about the
( ) the said name of G ft E MASONRYand of
Bradenton Beach CRETE under the provisions of B. Laub Mrs. Murray proposed development

R.". A. W. Simms Chapter 2O933. Laws of Florida.Acts Harrison the Rev. Frank the Bradenton waterfront. wi

SUNDAY: of 1941.Witness. our hands this 23rd Day of Anderson Harold Lever- High Twelve Club

June. ing James Power presi-
9'lO: am Sunday School 1964.DALE GARLOCK dent of the United Appeal The Island High Twelve
321631st Ave. West
Bradenton. Florida and John Tarver cam- Club will meet at noon, ,

dictation' Sclo co Sorvlco JAMES EISENZIMMER paign chairman. Thursday, July 16, at the
4411 37th Street West
A. M. Csmmufilry Houso
Bradenton. Florida According to spokesmenfor Holmes Beach Yacht Club

SUNDAY: 6-23; 7-2. 9 It 16, '64_ the committee the with a film about the Boys

9:00..m. CHRISTIAN UNCLASSIFIEDadvance combined budgets of the Ranch to be shown by the

SCIENCE SERVICE. participating agencies are Manatee County Sheriff's

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH payment required the goal of the campaign.This Department.At r+ .t i a

...... L,,.. nellilf.. Pastor 8 lkiea-SljOO-60 minimumLOTS year's budgets are the meeting of the

THURSDAY FOR SALEi 95 fu on Canal. the minimum budgets the following week July 23,

7:30 pm Vota Vita & priced 72nd St.for--94.000 quick; .Blmlnl.I., Gulf Bay Front Lots agencies need for the next a business meeting will be

Fldells ClassSUNDAY $10.000; 77th St. Canal. $4.000; 73th year. held. All Master Masonsare
St. Canal. $3.3OO 73rd Sr.. 3000.
;
Island which invited to attend
: JN. B. PROTHERO Reg. Real I Estats agencies any
School Prpfccr. -81st St. 778-2554. participate In United Appeal or all meetingaof the club.
8:45 am Sunday
-I935'Chev. Excellent ciot Tun-. of
are the Anna Maria
10:00 am Worship Service tires and battery. Your best buy any-
where. TRY IT YOU WILL BUYIT. Island Welfare Fund the Schools and the Oneco
5:30 pm Concord Choir Phone 778-1902 er 778-2121.
Anna Maria Island Youth Youth Center.
6:30 Worship Service FOR SAI.EI 3 Lxxs on oatn xieeibetween
pm Gulf irk Marina Drf... Make Center and the Bradenton Others are AmericanRed
TUESDAY: offer tot M. Schwanberg 2503 West Beach Public Library. Cross; Damon Runyon
.
Cyfter Ave. Milwaukee. Wts.WANTCDt
7:00 pm Church Choir Fart tuns &aies 77..l635.rrehf .lA4J Other agencies partici- Cancer Fund; Salvation Ruth Finney of Bradenton artist and "fishermanwith /'
WEDNESDAY: a. permanent baa... Call pating in the UA are theBoYs Army; the Samoset Teen
30-Inch 8-pound Snook she caught recently at
7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms I 5 te.TO UUYi ueacn r rojxriy Club of Manatee Club; United Health Foun- the Rod & Reel Pier In Anna Maria. Mrs. Finney
7:00 Prayer Meeting --Must Bo Priced Right. P. O. Box
pm with a branch In Palmettoand dation; Longboat Key
often be cf the local
9935. Tampa Florida.ISLANDER can seen at one fishing piers
R...* M. .....I l Cfcwrch : PHOTOSt As a..rvu:.10 one in Bradenton; Boy Youth Group; Science Hall whiling away a few sunny bourse
our readers, wo can furnish 3x7 Inch
(N.m.D.n.n.l.m.tl.n.I. ) snlargaments of picture appearing Scouts of America Sunny- & Junior Museum; Vol-

"... nieherd K. Wissine In The ISLANDER any for only$1.23! each. land Council; Gulf Coast unteers of America; the

PeelerTHURSDAY Call 778-202Jt or_.tots at the otflc.. Girl Scouts Council; Bra- Sarasota-Manatee Assn.
> WQ Bedroom.<< Two BAtB
: House-Month or Season Lyman S. denton Community Wel- for Retarded Children

3:30 pm Roser Choristers Putnam. 226-'5th Street. Holm. fare Council; Manatee and the USO.
Peach or Call T78-27 14.
7:30 pm Cantus Choir WAN1UU, TO DUYl All U. S. coma County Lay Society of the United Appeal workerson

SUNDAY Cold Currency, or Foreign Coins of Florida Diabetes Assn.; the Island will be announced -
any Country, or old Medals Token.
9:00 am Worship Service etc. Byron BUarrs Bazaar 34O3FOR Florida District YMCA; as soon as their

10:00 am Sunday School [4th St. W,. Bradenton. Ph.747-2516, Happiness House; Mana- names become available
SAL* New Hume 7:00 pm Youth Night Sea walled Canal Frontage. 3 Large tee County Nursery before the campaign. .....I..ICE 116-. ..
Bedroomat 2 Baths Large Florida p ...,
MONDAY: Room and 2-Car C.r.,.. Tile Roof; 1"6tIy
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Insulated. Intercom system central LEGAL NOTICE EJEC"TOR -
heat ft air conditioning. See It at 243 Stat. Bank No. 313 ,
Th. Chllaon A_..Anna Maria.Only I.3OO REPORT OP CONDITION of "Tbo Island Bank" at Holmes Such In die
Church of Annuncl.tlonCp1 l"TS
Down c.n 778-2177. Stat. of Florida at tbo close of buolnoM on June 30. 1964. \
( .copol) YEAR AROUND PRUHbK TV MAIN- ASSETS I
"... C. eld K. L.... lUctot TENANCBt MOWING TRIMMING 1. Ca.... balances with ocher bank*. and cash Item.

,.- .:_ SC; ;'-:,raaJUolylll..oltittp"EIGHTH..s. E.i i i tuwQi( *= a. U.E.oci..-..-.......f.t:=t."w. ..._&_ .d&r.as a.4 21...o9ss FR 4A:

REASONABLE itA TRS-ReI..enc... 2.49.159.47 i.
[ SUNDAY AFTER KEN FELLOWS PItONS 77S-2894 J. OblJaaUona of States and political aubdlTUIon. 400.00 .
4. Other bond. .
noc. and
dcbonruroa
TRINITY: &*I';r4:5Q I'M, 2103th' St H. n.R .
RENTi 2-UR \Vank or ClncJudlna 9 Mono aocuriua Pod.ral
8:00: am Holy Eucharist Month. 113.79th Street Holmes agencies and corporation not guaranteed

0 10:30 am Family Eucharist Dj.ac". ;hon.77i791 boN 1"1 Furnished. Cull Front S. Corporate by U. S.) atocks (Including $ Mono stock of None aalts .... u

&. Sermon, Church School Apts.. Ied.hlUti... Garage. Weekly 6. Federal Reeerre Bank) None l
or Monthly rat**. 3SO6 Avenue E. Lo.na and. d1acounta (Including $334.07 09.l'dratta) I.US.U"13
7. ........
L....... lslo*.4 0...... Helm.' t2csch. Ph.747-2116. furniture Bank p. owned $12.00a.00. '
(No...Do oo.le otlo. .ol. run JiTi Anna MAT Is-Large ;3. and futures 33000.00 133.OOO.OO fl-t ,. !, ._
> ) Bedroom Unfurnished Horn. Large (Bank premises owned are subject to $ Mono ,.. I
lions ..
FRIDAY Florida Room. U located not aaeumed by bank) -
: on Canal. --.r.
and has bosrwell. Will redecorate JJ. Real eetate owned other than bank premises ... ..... .
10:00 am Prayer Group at suitCall 7711111.SHOE' to 9. investments and other assets Indirectly: Mono M111J".." .If;......s
Herringshaw home representing bank promise or other real sotato None ,., -,
10. Ctomera.UabWty to this bank on acceptances Flips out tubas at a touch ltUNg'wItb
SATURDAY outatasding into handy tl -cubs server! .... 'i; le, 4
AT HOME ,I. Other assets None
1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal 12. TOTAL. ASSETS $3,920.414.20 oo wr

SUNDAY

9:15 am Sunday School ALWAYS A SPECIALIt IX Demand deposits of IndlvldualaVpartne'rshlps.

11:00: am Worship Service end corporations
& Sermon would ..". full pooovo 14. Tim. and savings deposit of Individuals, partner shins. $1,309,350.39

tI o s c r I b. rho ....., 15. and D.po.lco United States Government oJ.Q3I.,3QS.99. 1

GI *I. Dot. E..llc.1L. ......t.ful. things' wo h.... including postal savings)

.......... Chu.ch to .Ho*.Wo e.n't of ford IllDep 16. Deposits of States and political. subdivisions 1172.30.63
17. Deposits of bank
"... L..... M. Uts. Pester ... Certtrted and ofTtcors checks, Nono _
etc. -- i i I
FPOSoI4T.2
THURSDAY .In for osy of odvotitwco. 19. TOTAL. DEPOSITS S3.600.117.sa -0" J.J

1 II( See for yourself. (a) Total demand deposits SI. "*%3aX39 13.81 CUe n.
7:30 Lutheran ChurchWomen 4 colors
pm 0) Total time and sav1s.d.ta ..
Wing yaw felons. ) Wo skip. white
meeting at church $3.1.503.99 01
30 Monaageo or otker Uons $ No..n
SUNDAY driftwood galleries .bank presaioeo and f Mono. oa otnerreal

IhlS am Church School sotato ......
Cert*. .. A Ottft ...... 21. Rediscounts and ..... UabUlUeo for
10:30 am Worship Service Arc.ptae.sme..y.ascnenl ......
of 22. by or for account: of
Sacrament
Baptism this bank and oar eta ml. lug ......
WEDNESDAY 2J. ora..r Uabutts..
:
7:30 pm Teacher Training DRINK 24. TOTAL. LiABlLmSS S3>l U..S7.VaaXOe, V. Iii ltt% FlfCNMIIICFMSTPMF.

Class ,. CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS !
-=
THURSDAY C..I .Capttatrpear'Cww! stock, 00 total )) u ---5iI

7:30 Church Council Ok) Preferred stock, total ) f
pm 2OO.OOOLOO No
. frost no de-
par velo* S .None MairottraMe >)>
Meeting valise $ Hanic >> frosting in refrigerator fi
C..I I Ill ( ) Capital oote* and d.ae.t.tr.. S N..., )>> '
26.g 3 car 604000.00' or freezer!
21. t1.dtvsa.d
2" Rsssrvie tun profit.I"OUI'c.: ...... roc preferred. W4tab2.359s 4 lOO-lli. zero zone
IIILI 2*. TOTAL.CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
freezer
top
MISUMMER'S 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES: AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I3.,4*VOd HIGH 3

MKMOetANDA. Twe vegetable Hy-

31. AaeMa pi.lpd ... ........ an score. 3t.MWl.Sat 't0n'"d morel!
n eBe pp.. q.Kldhug ..... ad blue ndhro.astts TRADE-IN
and >w. .... ..
sa.t w1v.ga M r.0..dse J ,,* nrtn,ttntccaooLOo
32. C.) L.... M Maw ..... are aAet Asdnetls.of ?
........ r..n.o
A>)>s.c.w... .... errs aftoIr d.hetlan .. ALLOWANCE
I HOTTEST ......... i.M.wof ..... ,

I. C. B. Briesr. Ptaelsint,..e>* ....i.,.,.aimil r--fc_ oo soleoislv l I
VALUES i6 sad..e..JlT1. ** >"ni>'* .. "*. "-4WOM. .* .. boot of *>y tsr.t.y.away Sy-

C. L .a.zw. lR.
ASK FOR Cernct..AUwet
R.MOCKS >|>

R.ason.r & AnionFLORIST AloIa J. D. WKna L wuoorr )}Dtt.tene., Home Furnishings & Appliances I

CS&AU I

..... d Psrw. c-ry o IU-.... w Your Authorized j :
-,.- ttwr.n Oa w 111bttf't ..Swear o aa,1 wrecrs.d beta.s a t45s. lets My d Jut,. (M... ... I
..... .
DIde GNf. lJ.f.. Kot.1 .. ,mettfy tart I tees. aea as oftIIc.. .. mr'a..e of ta4r ...... FRIGIDAIRE Sales Service Dealer
My s-I-s. ....... oe.Y.r 1*. 1..7 J.... ..T1r..t..u N
it ... 74-6451 .* Patsy Pi. t r

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1 BEACH FRONT BARGAIN
JACK'SBARGAIN
ONE-BEDROOM COTTAGE on BEACH with
BOARDANNA Large Porch on two sides.75 Feet of Seawall.
Offered at Only $13.000--,000 Down and
MARIAA Assume Mortgage.
*
NICE Two-Bedroom home with garage GULF FRONT LOT
.. on two beautifully landscaped lots--$8.OOO.
THIS DANDY Duplex is in A-I Condition. 75 x 100 $9500 Good Terms
Very nicely furnished--has two wooded lots.
--- TWO LOTS in the North Point Section
I f Front property on 66th Street, Holmes Beach, convenient to Gulf. On paved street--Both ]DICK WAGNER
;ntly purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Irving W.Beard for 3300.
[Clarence, N. Y. from Mrs.Ralph Pandoof Tampa REALTOR Tel. 778-2663
HOLMES BEACH
transaction was negotiated by Gertrude Blassln-
ic. Realtor, of Anna Maria* and John B.Prothero, NEW 3-Bedroom 2-Bath Canal Front 2217 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH
[istered Real Estate Broker, of Holmes Beach. home reduced to Just $19. OO.An exceptionalbuy.
,ANDER PHOTO) See 608 Key Royale Drivc--T 0 D A YI

BRADENTON BEACHA If You Haven't Seen
BEAUTIFUL Bay Front property in
exceptionally fine condition. TwoBedroomhome
with double garage maid's room.
Long dock. All for $12OOO--on TERMS. SEASIDE COURT


JACK MARSHALL RealtorM

&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria w. Invite Your


HOME WITH POOLIN INsp.ctioRApartments

SCREENED PATIO with filter system.
Has two bedrooms. 1-1/2 baths. LARGE
LIVING ROOM Dinette, and all-Electric are going fast
Kitchen. Sliding Glass Doors to Patio& Pool.

$2OOO Down No Closing Costs
>me at 213-77th Street Holmes Beach which has
en purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Grover E. Welch $15.500
Holmes Beach from R. B. Barnhlll of Baltimore
aryland. Jack Marshall Realtor of Anna Maria JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
ndled the sale. (ISLANDER PHOTO) REAL ESTATE ..OtCIR-SAL& RENTALS

116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
IMINI BAY ESTATES JACK HOLMES Realtor
a Are You Looking

OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN sER I Office 6101 Marina Dr. I

CITY OF ANNA_ MARIA George Wag..rREALTY .

If you are looking for an outstanding valueIn
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay and Is near the Gulf Beaches !h..nd! Shopping Center
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. PHONE 778-2444 LflRCHfllOnT DEVELOPmEnT[ CORPOflflTIOf)
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for Or WRITE BOX 1012
full Information. ANNA MARIA
c...I:.........r-........... 7 ?w-J '1.
A!!._ Plk.. A..*.t.t. .
{- ",
Presents
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Lots from $1495 i up' TWO QUICK BARGAINSFOR SALE

.
3 BR GULF FRONT HOME 1. 2 DR Island cottage :: ,

Top Income Property ING$8.OOOI WITH LOT.EXTRA Easy FOR BUILD-walking ONLY 't j r T ( //1


2 BR Home, Close To Fishing Pier distance and to atorea.the beach Lilt,1, I

MAKE AN OFFER
2. BUILDING LOT ON
CANAL 75ft.: Water- :
--
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTOR front. Alao has GULP --- GULF DRIVE
IINA BUILDING PHONE 77S-1333' BEACH PRIVILEGES.ONLY CO..O"C"AI'I"CA"A"T"CHT.

SISLeR J. DUDLEY. e..4.r-S-l........--77S-2I54 $3,0001 TERMS. C.w .w1..... 0-w.......t
EXCELLENT
ANNA MARIA FLORIDA ......-.........----..,
Call Ralph Parrish ii HOLMES BEACH
or Peggy Moor ANNA MAltA ISLAND
A._....

'64 4--- PMTish Realty

P.O.PI.>.,AM. .M..ri. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
2-Bedroom Home facing Directly on GULFI/
fi Has: 2-1/2 Oaths; Large Pleasant Living 778-1902 r 778-212
I Room: Good Kitchen and NOT ONE-BUT DAILY
I TWO Florida Rooms. Many Large Closet
Central Heat. Two-Car Garage with three- WORLD'SFAIR
I room-and-bath guest apartment with private
'entrance. Well furnished and equipped. Ideal
[for LARGE FAMILY, or for added income. FEATURING -
$37.300 --

* Sea- HOUSE t4............. o.M .....mOrr r/ .......0....--.. $....IL. ._A.. .........
UNFURNISHED BAYPRONT HOME on And other Model Home . .c......r...on............. c..a AM C.-m...-'-.0..1.. -dAfmH.1
SKYWAY walled Lot.Bridget BEAUTIFUL Two Bedrooms VIEW OF Two SUNSHINE Baths ....I I a.T--I1.-. r If,.'I'I W .ALr.4.V..a ........ C..W........ .. ti.-WI. r1..Mw.uurw .......L..b.I.....
Large Living Room. Pleasant Kitchen and OPEN DAILY +...Ciw.I.r A.w..1...Tb..OwN. Tow4..IL.. T--". -.s
..... ____ .. pewee AIC.1 a.ILam TV
Florida Room. LOVELY LANDSCA PING. AT KEY ...... .w.iD..I E4.a... ..... .....4.. 6 c-... TV-.T.a.-..&...
Garage. .. .............. ..
-- S26.300MAHAR ROYALEWEEK ...AI.toe-..rwc-....c-A..4_-.r...-.. -_...... rt>._. ........i....... r.u. o.e*im- r...V...++.. a.a-. Ir.n .0-..
. . ..-...- J AT. ._L.1..N r.-.-r. P.m.

Real Estate .
DAYS For Information Contact Rob.rt S. Cable,
_,ITM W. MAMAR. REALTOR LEO MAMA. BROKER 10-6

2 GULF DRIVE 778-1159 ANNA MARIA SUNDAYS Sales Manager Phone 778.1611

CLOSED WEDNESDAY 1.6





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1: ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH .


ISLANDER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
NOW SHIPPING
THE ISLANDER SUGGESTS YOU PATRONIZE THE FOLLOWING 'd-UIIA1ttw.
PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS AND INSTITUTIONS c J .,cQ .. p rt n, _
BANKS LINEN RENTAL Y 7NetetJ 4 & 4aautdad
Tb.bland Bank Linen Rental ServiceLIQUOR HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
BEAUTY SHOPS STORES
Doctl*aBEER Beach Liquor Store
MARINAS THE EXOTIC FRUIT
BUILDING SarMota B SUPPLIES.v rag..Inc. PROPERTY Bayou Marina.MAINTENANCE Inc. We're THRILLED!-Just returned from
HolmM Beach SuppU.Inc. Ken Fellow "
CHIROPRACTORS Dr.Chart. A.Weaver RADIO Inland ft TV TELEVISION the Atlanta Furniture, Gift & Accessory :' Free Gift & Mail Wrap

CONTRACTORSS..Norman Ro4al REAL Gertrude ESTATE BUaalngame Market. Found the NEWEST Furnishings, tt
...
Electrical Anna Maria Electric Walter S.Hardin s i.ley lolwt atybcA.
Masonry W.R.Krmode Jack Holme Realty Bed and Accessories
Spreads to
Painting Harry M.Rife Key Royal.Home Inc. Draperies
Plumbing Schucbard Plumbing Larcbmont Development Corp.
DAIRY PRODUCTS Mahar Realty arrive soon.to enhance your home.
Hood**Dairy Jack Marshall

DRUGS FISHING Webb'. Island Pharmacy Dick John Parrlah B.Wagner Prothero Realty Phone 778-1019 'ems 1/eat: jo* ?lt e1

Admiral. George Wagner Realty SUMMER HOURS.
R.ocI. Reel Pier RESTAURANTS
Holme.Beach Yacht Club
FLORISTS Reaoner li Anaon Le Chanteclatr CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
FUNERAL HOMES SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Summer Jackets
Grlfflth-Cllne land Chapel Palmetto Fed.Saving**Loan
FURNITURE SCHOOLS

Engel Horn PurnlahingAti Ilaneea SERVICE.STATIONS byl I IVI PSh I ,. ,,

laland Furniture Center. Inc. Huff ine Standard ServiceTRAILER iimm I
PARKS
GIFTS
Driftwood GallerU Gulf ParkUTILITY Shirts
Sport
Sand Dollar GUI Shop COMPANIES '
Florida Power ft Light Co. ;
GROCERIES SUN-PROOF 4, ; .
Handy Dandy Manatee County Water Co. Palmland .''Ii
IGA Foodliner VARIETY STORES 'un-Proof by & Playboy : : c
HOBBY SHOPS laland Variety Store oil base ,
INSURANCE Inland Hobby Shop WATER Water Softening CONDITIONING Co. HfU-.C Pall" of Miami 1..

Bay Area Insurance WIGS HOUSE PAINT PllUSffiullGl
Wyman.Green* Dlalock.lnc. Darlene Ang.1lLAUNDRIES
: WOMEN'S APPAREL STORES
Beach Bendy Laundry Inez Ir.n.'aHUFFINE'S Cabana Sets



STANDARD SERVICE 5 98 WHITE ONLY Shorts & Swim Tracks


A s 24 HOUR CALL WRECKER 778-1771 SERVICE PER GAL. #161 SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-.

NIGHT 778-1440

AM Maria Island's Holmts Beach Supplies Inc.
4 Only
fj ffff fUKffhon
Layaway .
778-1131 "" "
LICENSED CAR DEALER Plan 778.1161CHOICE
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach i.cs tuG %R 4 r S Wornefl
Bul c It..RaM ble.Dod fgw>.Dodgw Da ft..PI,...outh


SPECIALS! MEATS & PRODUCE

BE COOL
COMPARATIVE PRICESI!
CHECK THESE

_.-WI. ..L" .'!.L. '.,.;. --- ....0-__.. ....,..--.,.<49- aE COMFORTABLE HANDY DANDYOPEN
4 Foot Float Board-$3.98-our price$3.49Swim
with a
Masks-98< our price--79< 7 AM.9 P.M.

.__Swim Masks-$1.98 our price51.79ISLAND PHI EVERY DAY
_ _ LCD"Noiseless" ISLAND -

VARIETY STORE 778-1021 SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

o .....

KEEP THEM AMUSED WITH THINGSTO --w4I A2h
Call 778-2012
DO IN THE SHADE--- -.L- =
AIR I
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----- -
N==: -- : R. C. SCHUCHARD
Jig Saw Puzzles-Paint By Numbers .
CONDITIONERAs
Models All Kinds ..Games PLUMBINO
etc. 6.300 28.000 BTU Ifl CONTRACTOR

5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
Low As $158.88ALL
PLUMBING' FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS


r Q 778-1020&V_ NEW MODELS IN STOCK WE RENT -MAY FOUMMC MHS lIDS e Dl*AtT>>fRS Cain

C Y r Me 0-4 IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONCheck HIGH CHAIRS -LINENS *SUMtATMINC COTS
STROLLERS EAMtETZ
Linen Rental Service 771-1472
Our Prices
214.54th St. Holmes Beach

ISLAND TV 778-1703


I iI AL I NWscR G Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. i EACH LIQUOR STORlAn.i es .


Your Holmes BeachOne Stop Shopping Center

.MI COLLISION .,IN .. Phone 778-2023 FREE DELIVERY

( AT SEA? ..zh: ;, GIN VODKA t-:.

1fr Y FOR Fifths
r M
COMPLETE fifths $2.99

TAILORED Hk $4.59
-- PROTECT10

a. ... CAR.FOR YOUR HOME.: 'on therocks'

chemically pure PERSONAL pwt

x from SEE BUSINESS. _


Manatee Company County Water Bay? J7rea 3,nsurance

(tNCOtfOtATtO)

seat. .. OJ : 778-1697 7781548closed 1
Shopps Ce *.r, Holies B .ch, florid.
Telephone 778.202i Wednesday & Saturday at noon REFRESHMENT FAVORITES







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