Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: July 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00234
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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The Islander




THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



663 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1964 TEN CENTS

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Scott Tells Kiwanis Club
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About Beach ProgressCarl


Scott of Holmes of beach, the commissionfeels
i : \ Beach vice chairman of swimming should be
** the county Park. Beach confined to a prescribedarea

:i i'rn'. 1 Il; 'j.:' . .; Ii! .j.Ll. .. and Recreation Commission or eventually a few I
spoke at last week's such areas which can be \
meeting of the Island supervised.
.4 Kiwanis Club.According lie said a public tele-
to the speaker phone l is being installedat
I the time its coming the south end and more
when the county will needa telephone service is being

], professional fulltlme sought.
-' park director to super- Scott said a budget of
AL vise the expanding park $78.OOO for the next year
w beach and recreational had been requested by the
program lie said that the beach commission but It
park commission now is had been cut down by the
charged with supervisionof county commission. The
.1 the management and original request represents -
maintenance of thecounty about one-third ofa
parks swimming pools mill In the tax levy.
beaches and other recreational The question of allowing
facilities Including fishing and swimmingfrom I
I : the mile-long the new pier at the
beach ut the south end. mid-Island county beach
Asked about lifeguardsat has not been resolved
IQ .s the south end beach. Scutt told the group.
New span across the Manatee River during the mldreplace earlier wooden structure at right after 4O Scott said one is on duty A shelter over part of
Twenties known as the "Green Bridge. Built to years it still carries a principal traffic artery. there now. Because It It the patio near the snack
impractical to have a life bur at the beach Is being
guard for each 100 yards planned.

..., Beach Pier Stories On Critical List
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Exaggerated Mrs. Joyce Hunter who
I County Engineer John drove her car Into the
. .\,): Benson said this week that pavilion' at the Manatee
'I
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: ". ": news stories about the County lleach .lust week
.
.,. "'- .. sagging of the new pierat IH once again' on the critical -
. ... the Manatee list the ,
_h .__ _.. _County___... at ...Mo.uatoo...... --..... .
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." .... J".l'.?...,, '" .. *__ '' J''" ..,. ... "' 'r' ".*!"."''''I"'.;_. ....,._.....i,:> !' .. .v .- exaggerated.Two .. On Tuesday officials at
Lr. 2O foot sections of the hospital. said Mrs.
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the recently Installed Hunter underwent
.. . surgery
)t.t',}
.- ... t. h anti-erosion pier did set curlier_ In !the week. _
r.. tie the result of laHtweek' -
i as
.... it,' ....,.... Building Figures Down
7 \... ry H high wind and surf
trI': .v. :
; ; -" .""" .",....1/:, in the Gulf. The two sections Building figures on the
dropped about six Island for the first six
inches on one side but months of I 1964 show a
Benson said "It doesn't 3H.6 percent drop over
hurt anything about the the first six months of
I pier except the appear I"63.
_wr w a ,' n ance." Ho added "This In 1963. value of permits
Is one of the things we 'Issued through June was
;.S arc trying to find out. The $893.470. while the 1964
I pier Is something of an total wan $348.314. a decrease -

.. experiment. and we can of $344.936.
only profit from our ex- Holmes lleach. becauseIt
pcrlence." IN the Island's (argent
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% t He said the pier had community and has the
t
gLfj4 sagged at the same point most but Id ing activity
: .b' ) a few weeks ago soon shows the greatest drop.
after It wan Initialled. from $67 ,$73 in 1963.
Busy Island beach scene of the boom days, when the was heavily patronized by area residents, many of "That particular section to $330.911: the first six
beach at the end of Bridge Street. Bradenton Beach whom arrived at the beach in their Model T Fords. Is constructed over the months of this year.

swash channel where the liradenton lleach permits -
bottom !I. not very stable. for the six-month
Longer pilings will be period totaled $1 .911. a 1
needed In that are.s." hit decrease of $61.436 from
aid./ the first. .lx month of
sfi y N County equipment and 1963. when the total was
akY crews were working on M7.34M.. )
the pier this week, and Anna. Maria City due 10Inc.ed
at press time, had )Jacked activity In residential -
the two sections back up building In the
Into their original/ pool! April through Jun.period
911 Hon. bowed an Increase of "
No dec I..Ion had been $........1. Its total thin year !
made Wcdne.daymorning was $171.691. comparedwith
r", # whether or not to Install the I 1963 total of
new piling now. or to teat 130249.
the two accUon. more before A study of the permit
Inatalllntf. new piling. (Continued on Page 3)


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View of the same beach at suna. showing. the offthe younger swimmers. (All the above picture u*.d 1.1, 20.*4 90 aft IiO rr lieu
shore dlY1aC platform which was very popular with through the courtesy of Kelly Myvrs of Dra


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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. July 23. 1964

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I IslanderErosion Editorials ,.; -'

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District TaxesThe Fishing Law EnforcementEvery _: .

annual tax levy request by the Anna Maria once In a while a controversy that has r' : '? '
Island Erosion Prevention District this year has gone on for many years comes to the fore--the
attracted almost unprecedented Interest In the controversy between the area's commercial fisher-
functions of the district. Part of that interest was men and Its multitude of sports fishermen.
aroused by an increase of one-quarter mill In the Much can be said on the side of the commercial
requested tax levy of 1.5 mills and by the County fishermen. They were here first--and too, they make
Commission's counter-request that the district their living at what they are doing--a point very often
obtain the approval of the levy by the governmentsof given the priority on the American scene. Then too. t '"- f
the three Island cities. the commercial fishing Interests represent a large F+
Alderman Harry Varley of Holmes Beach voted and Important Industry in Manatee County an industry
against approval of the tax--the lone dissenter on which brings some very important income to the area,
that city's board of aldermen. He maintains that the where most of it Is spent.
erosion prevention district has exceeded Its authorityin But even the commercial fishermen themselvesare
levying any tax. and that there is no necessity to willing to concede the point that the tourist ,
continue the district. Industry Is now the number one Income producer in
Hugh G. Holmes chairman of the district s the county and the host of motel and restaurant
board of commissioners and a member of the board operators plus the dozens of other businesses which
since October 1955 has suggested that the districtbe cater to the wants and needs of the tourists and to the
dissolved and Its responsibilities assumed by the sports fishermen--often synonymous--now have
county commission.Last become fully as Important a group economically as --- rt fl'
week Carl F. Scott former mayor of the commercial fishermen. Commercial fishermen
Holmes Beach wrote to Chairman Dan McClure of Over the years so much consideration has been pulling their nets at the
the county commission recommending that the tax given the commercial fishermen that it has becomean Anna Maria Bayfront Park BOATS' STAY!
levy for 1964-1965 requested by the erosion district instinctive habit In many cases. No regulatory last Friday. In violationof
be granted by the county commission. legislation can or will be considered by the county at least two city ordinances 5 0,0. FEET
Portions of Varley statements on the subject legislative delegation unless the lawmakers have the as well as other OFF SHORE
follow: "There is not the slightest need nor any consent and approval of the fishermen or their regulations. One of the
justification for the proposed increase in the tax representatives.Even ordinances is quoted below k ::i.. ....
for the Island Erosion Prevention District. with that safety factor the fishermen do and the other was
"Nothing In the Legislative Acts allows for a from time to time allow a restrictive measure to be passed to keep boats away
'General Fund to be used for anything except passed. Such a regulatory act was passed by the from the park because of
erosion prevention and even this is limited for. Florida Legislature on May 19. 1939. It prohibits the danger to bathers and
. the purpose of paying the cost of construc- netting or seining within 1.5OO feet of any munici- swimmers. Pictured signIs T'
ting rock groins and other erosion control pality In Manatee County and also provides the usual one of several posted I
structures and work incident thereto In the penalties for violations.The along the beach facing I
District In order to control beach erosion on the fact the legislation was approved by their toward the Bay. (Islander i
Gulf of Mexico side of Anna Maria Island . own group seems to have no particular bearing on Photos)
"In the bond validation documents there are the fishing habits of some of the commercial
these dominating quotations: '. . shall be levied fishermen although many abide by the spirit and Following is an excerpt from Ordinance 190 of the
. a special tax. not exceeding twenty mills the letter of the regulations. Some however drop City of Anna Maria: ". . All waters within 1500
sufficient to pay the principal of, and the intereston their nets whenever wherever and however they feet of the shores of the City of Anna Maria are
said bonds as the same come due and payable choose and even some of the law enforcement closed to the taking of fish by commercial fishingor
and to provide for probable failures of collectionof agencies concerned seem to be very reluctant to seining In any manner whatsoever except that it
such tax in the same fiscal year.' take any action whatsoever.And shall not be unlawful to seine or net in that area
*. . The proceeds of all such special in most cases of poor law enforcement of between the City Pier and the pier located approxi-
taxes shall when collected be paid into a special commercial fishing regulations the fault does NOT mately 3200 feet northwesterly of said City Pier
fund and used for no other purpose than the lie with the officers themselves. Some know from from November 15th to February 1st of each year;
payment and principal of and the interest on said experience that they are wasting their timethatany provided further that no such seining or netting
bonds.* action they take often will not be followed up by shall be done within 300 yards of either of such piers.
"The validation documents describe the man- the officials whose duty it is to mete out the ". . Any person or persons firm or corpor-
... ner of redeeming the bonds. '. . $5OOO in each prescribed penalties. ation found guilty of violation of the provisions of
.. ..* ,W "y *_.- **..?_*..*-* %.VM\tM V...-.,4..OOO 4 ...:-j..BO '--......tlo Mr-< of tho years 1958 to 1967 . .* so that the annual the matter of setting procedure and policy In exceeding $ OO.OO or by imprisonment not exceeding ;. *
debt service currently is $6.0OO. plus interest on enforcing many laws and regulations and thereforeare 90 days or by both such fine and imprisonment IrvljL ,
$53OOO bonds still outstanding which interest often uncertain how to proceed in certain the discretion of the Mayor. i ]
totals less than $2.2oo--or a debt service total of situations.On "Passed and adopted this 7th Day of December
8200. the county level the deputy charged with A. D. 1953." "
"Why then should Islanders pay a tax totaling enforcement of marine violations is without a boatto
$28OOO (the estimated yield of the requested 1.5 use. making him about as effective around the Florida are capable of, and not above exerting a
mill levy), with $64.SOO in tho bank and a debt water as an aviator in the air without a plane. That steady pressure on the conservation department.
of only $53OOO the last redeemable bond of whichis socalledmarine deputy" also has orders not to Anyone interested in comparing the number of
not duo until 1976 enforce fishing violations in any incorporated area arrests with the number of readily-recognizable
"Tho tax should not bo increased but lowered of the county. violations could do so easily by checking the recordsof
as every change in the mlllago from the beginning Formerly a full-time State Conservation Officerwas all the area courts. And that person who does so
has been to decrease the tax due to everIncreasing stationed and lived in Manatee County but for will not be tired by counting the number of cases
assessed values for taxation and a yearly several years now. enforcement of conservationlaws found.One
reduction in interest required." has become the responsibility of a conservation of the most effective methods of getting rid
.. Some portions of Scott's letter are as follows: officer who lives in Tampa and who must drive for of the violators--at least for the time being--is that
. since 1956 the District has taxed for an hour or more each morning just to reach his sometimes used by Chief George Jordan of Anna
operation and reserves as well as for bond area of operations. Also the word in conservationlaw Maria City--and that is just ordering the fishermento
service and In 1956. Judge (Robert) Willis then enforcement circles Is that if an officer is over get into their boats and go elsewhere--and they
attorney for the District went on record as beingof active about enforcing regulations in an area, he have done sol!
the opinion such action was Justified under the soon will be transferred to another area. There arc What appears to be the best way of approaching
broad provisions of Chapter 158. Florida Statutes.In rumors too. that certain large seafood interests in the problem of frequent out-and-out violations of
fact he specifically recommended taxing to both state and local regulations by the Irresponsible
act up a reserve. 18948.58; I960-61 20635.26; 1961-62. $19.- clement among the commercial fishermen is some
"In a conversation on July 7 with County 923.62. and 1962-63. 2346652. Expenditures from policing by the Industry itself.
Attorney Richard A. Hampton to whom I showeda its general fund representing for the most part And if that method is not sufficiently effective
copy of the Willis memo of 1956, Judge erosion prevention work done was as follows: an Island wide committee should be organized by
"Hampton concurred in the view and stated to me 19 9-60. 13177.80; 196O-61. 11266.06; 1961-62. the governments of the three Island cities to ascertain
the powers of the district were very broad under $1.873.02. and 1962-63. $98 ..10.In what further steps could and should be taken.
the existing statutes. I960, the district actually spent $33.177.80. EDITOR'S NOTE: Above pictures were taken
"Therefore. I feel not only that the County but was reimbursed $20.000 by the county commis- last week while Anna Maria Police Chief George
Commission should include in the 1964-65 budget sion. The money was spent for building the stone Jordan was away from the city on a brief vacation
the mlllago requested by tho District but that the groins at the county beach and south of the beach from his duties.
Commission is in fact under obligation to do so. and pumping artificial nourishment for the beach
"All this docs not affect the proposal to have from the Day side of the Island. Actual sum spent
the District abolished by an act of the Legislaturein by the district itself for the erosion work was only The IslanderAn
1965. and tho responsibility for erosion control 1240586. The following year. 9875.37 was spent Independent. Weekly' published every Thursday
in the County assumed by the County Commission by the district for erosion work largely for pumping by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
with the County Engineering Department handling additional material to the beach. Expenditures of the
the technical details."I next two years were for minor maintenance work 314 Pino A,,_._. Anno Moris Iftlond. Floride' .

therefore endorse your suggestion that Mr. only. EDITOR.. ...__u..,, ._.STEVE! KIMBALL
Hugh G. Holmes appear at a regular meeting( of During the year which ended June 30. more than ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMSALL
tho County Commission and submit MM case for $14.OOO was spent on erosion prevention work, someon MAIL. ADDRESS F. O, Dos 737.Anna Maria Florida.
necking the abolition of the District. the Day shore in Anna Maria and the balance on TELEPHONE 778-2021.
"The County has the power, not only under extending some of the stone groin in the Gulf In
Chapter 158. but also under a recent act. to setUP Uradenton Beach. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. S3.3Oper
a shore Preservation District, conduct At the present time the district has only two years $2 for .lx month Canada t
J5 ADVERTISING RATES
engineering studies of the whole area, and make commissioners Hugh Holmes, representing Holmes SI per per column r r. Inc:h.. Discount of ten .,.. ::
such special undertaking as the Commission may Beach and Sam Adams who represents Anna Maria percent for .txconaecutlve Insertions a. _
deem fit. Probably a referendum election may be City. Vernon II. Lamp the commission member If paid by tenth of following month. -
necessary but I am not sure of thin. There la from Bradenton Beach, resigned about two months National or aiet+placed advertising.SI lrl"'"
nothing in this plan that would debar the County ago. and has not been replaced. Members of the __Jo_.+per-.column Inch.- tM..u..u .
from setting up a special district for attachment district commission are appointed by the Governor. CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.
that is not Countywide. The overall benefit would Meanwhile the average Island taxpayer seemsto
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bo large" and would include Longboat Key. north be concerned' very little with the matter of the Entered the Act Second of March Claaa 3.matter 1S79.MAMATCC .under
end. requested quarter-mill Increase in the dlatrlertax '.
Tax collected by the erosion prevention district levy which was tentatively approved by the CDUNTV'1 ONLY NOMC OVMED NEIWAKR
for the past few year is a* foil own: 1QS9-6O. county commission last Friday.



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Thursday. .July'23. 1964 THE ISLANDER 1 Page 3 .

-,;-' ". t' New Map ReadyThe Constance Ferguson, 8 to 8 W..kJays' w,
:: om .p.
,7 ". '. .
".II.\.k-... of the Bob Glennon
: L1 new map Engaged 8 ... to 2 Sundays
'w"1 .. pm
I! .: ;....\.' .... '' .. ".;. .{"'P';" Island published by the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
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\ Island Division of the Francis Ferguson of
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'.'K.';'. 4. :::t '..... ,. .... Manatee County Chamberof Drexel Hill Pa.announcethe
i '; . '4,. ';:G! :w.'c Commerce is now on engagement of their lllfBB'S[
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I 7' sale at a number of local daughter. ConstanceAnne
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,'" stores. to Ensign Robertiliii'III'A .
Published by the Island I Island Pharmacy _
Chamber in 1954, the map
\flErW' was revised in 1958 and 5904 Marina Drive
officers of
according to
778-1411-Nil. 778.2075j.
the local chamber of com '
M 't merce division it has D. WE.B. r..........
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now been revised again
and brought up to date. e
Single maps may be pur .
chased at ten cents each
and chamber membersmay

buy them in quantity. CENTER
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Island residential development of mid- Drive. Corner of home at extreme left
Twenties was in Anna Maria City Is residence now occupied by Mrs. MI.. Constonc P.ryu..n ON DUTY
I where street corner posts are stilly Margaret Prothero. (Picture used by Clifford AT ALL TIMES
standing. The post In picture is at the courtesy of Mrs. Karl Widmann of Glennon USN
intersection of Maple Avenue and Gulf Holmes Beach) son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Bernard Glennon of '' THUR
on the Admiral and thata Holmes Beach.
High TwelveThe Youth Center MeetingA '
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number of children now Miss Ferguson is a u
Island High Twelve meeting of the boardof vacationing on the Island senior at Georgetown Un- :!&::7? SAT 'q4SPECIALS
Club will meet at noon, directors of the Island were attending the Youth ivcrsity in Washington
Thursday July 23, at the Youth Center was held Center. D. C.
Holmes Beach Yacht Club last week. lie told the directors he Ensign Glennon in a 1 I960
with a business sessionof Herbert Teel. directorof has received no assis- graduate of Manatee High
the club scheduled. the center reportedthat tance with the Little Lea- School and a 1964 grad ALLSUNGLASSES
attendance at the teen gue from parents of the ) \ uate of the U. S. Naval
BUILDING FIGURES. . club dance the previous players and very little Academy. Annapolis Md.
(Continued from Page 1)) Friday when live music response to the campaignto After serving at a sailing
shows that the decreasein was provided was 82. He obtain trading stamps instructor at Annapolis 25% OFF
commercial and apart- was given permission to from Island residents.The this Hummer he will begin
ment building accountedfor try a series of Monday stamps if obtainedin Island visitor Christine his aviation training at (
most of the differencein evening dances with the sufficient quantity will Nilson, daughter of Mr. the Pensacola Naval Air -SII'S
the two six-month per- orchestra to work on a be used to get additional and Mrs. t ward Nilsonof Station In September.
iods. Residential building percentage basis. sports equipment for the Anna Maria and Oak A June wedding IH plan- I

for the entire Island is Teel also reported that center. Any of the various Park._____ __111._ (Islander Photo) ned. saes200sSL00
almost at the same levelas the Teen Club was planning trading stamps are being .u
that of last year. a moonlight cruise requested.
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MilK lSUMMER'S@ ROYAL GUEST CATSUP..LImlt. 3-.B'ttU.................. 10.
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Gary's Sunland Garden Center Summer Hours

Daily 8-8-Sunday:: 9 1:30: & 4 6:30: REG 57.79 $5.00jRllcE

HOTTEST 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH
REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMSERNIE

VALUES Time To Cut Roses Back For A Rest CACHIHA.' Pr.... ANNA MARIA 779-1975 SELF POLISHING

ASK FOR BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER FOR FLOOR WAX

REG $1.09 39* I IBISMA

FREE Mosquito Control Spray URGENT
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CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON Sl.98'REXRA
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pine tree arc an cvcr-prcMont
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II of light power and telephone A severe
Furniture windstorm could cause Incalculable d.1m.Kc. & PIE PANSSTANDARD


Carpets "In Holm en fieach there are more than SIZE 9wsss -
sixty privately owned properties on which are' REG. 29* "
YIELD TO THE M6NT WATJOHN ... h.-If..dC.1d or entirely dead pine ireen. The .
*S11RE WITH AIRTUI. Draperies brittle dead top arc a merlou menace A .
.&UXTs strong wind could nap them off and carry
them great dlatance' with resulting harm to ... -e.
.... uv. Free ..- .... ... MALDNE BeddingFRIGIDAIRE anything or anyone In their path.
wr.wa.r p..ww1 ear rM ..17,..ClA11 F
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1-........w.t1r.1r ...1.saMtier.rtMpl "Treea that may fall are aelf-evldently THURSDAY-M..79
Appliances great hazard Experience Indicate that plat &
.., r .n i+. r+s. .... .r. about BO percent of topped pines die;therefore la.nllS,
....,......,..-.......... we urge that these tree be cut down to ground C.4. ., J V..w..
op ar M ./.. Ir peso. rt level. ,..8.11.. A ....... ....1T.
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FRIDAYRed 95t
"The City baa removed' hazard from the
E..t strecta' rlghui-of-way.' Now I ark th rprompt Snappmr

P. HUTHINSURANCE and full cooperation of all our cltlieaa and c.4..0! J V.........
Home Furnishings AppliancesYour hope that. In the Interest of aafety, welfareand M..fl.ll A ....... ....
beautificatlon,you will protect your.elve. Y.. .. c.,...
I home dead branch ...........
(and your ) by removing
5500 Marina Dr. Authorized and rr...." SATURDAYSpaghetti lie

HOLMES BEACH FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer Meat Balls
Elmer C. Twtt Mayor
I 778-1022 City of Holme fieach Se,.,. ..... A s...*.. l
, 778-2009'I 6OO Manna Drive 778-126 corpse on icco TEA


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About People... and Mrs. R. S. Taudle of Groveland.. .Mr. and l\frs.
All B. J. Fox of St. Petersburg. .Mr. and Mrs. Claude
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Teachout and son Michael of Clermont. . K. B.Revell
Bartlett and family of Orlando.. .Mr. and Mrs.Gene J. of Wauchula. . Bud Yarbrough of Arcadia.
Pearson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mohr SCHELTER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. John D-
and family of Indianapolis. Mrs. D. Tinkham and Schelter of Fort Lauderdale.
children of Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. uT FLEETWOOD DUPLEX: Mrs. George A.HorkanJr
Jernigan and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Taaffe of of Moultrie Ga.PROTHERO .
Tampa. . Cedric D. Bryan of Waterbury Conn.. APARTMENTS: Mr- and Mrs. Denver
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rodgers of Rlvervlew on their Albritton of Sebring. .Mr. and Mrs. D. McElyea of
honeymoon. ..Miss Linda Hoopingarnar Miss Cindy Webster.
Barton Miss Linda Platt and Miss Karyl Petzel all PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Willis of
of Bradenton. Palmetto.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson of
Schneider of Dallas Texas. .Mr. and Mrs. Howard r Jacksonville. .Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Barga of New
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; Hibiscus ShowThe
MR. AND MRS. WARD B. COLE of Jamaica. L. I., Groin Considered
N. Y. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Adams and Construction of another Norman Reasoner M'Ait4 '
. family and Mrs. D. C. Adams of Anna Maria for two groin similar to the one Chapter of the American
weeks. completed recently at the Hibiscus Society has announced .-
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD MALTZ of Detroit and Manatee County Beach, is its preliminaryplans
daughters Sandra and Debbie are visiting Mrs.Maltz being considered for a for presentation of
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuchard of Anna Maria location in Bra den ton the chapter's Hibiscus yt
for two weeks. Beach south of Bridge Show to be held Sunday t Y
DR. AND MRS. HIRAM DAVIS of Richmond. Va., Street. Aug. 30. at the home office -
and children Lawson. Laurie. Lane and David are County Commission of Palmetto Federal
spending the month of July at the Duff Cottages on Chairman Dan McClure Savings and Loan Association
Starfish Lane. Holmes Beach while visiting Mrs. at a meeting of the com- in Palmetto.In .
Davis mother. Mrs. Franklin B. Davis of Holmes mission last week said addition to being the I I
Beach. the first groin has not first show of the season
MRS. HELEN T. TAYLOR of Alexandria. Va. and been completely 1 tested it will be the first show r Ir I
Holmes Beach will arrive this week to occupy her and that another groin presented by the Norman I
Island home at Gulf Drive and 66th Street and will should not be built before Reasoner Chapter which
be accompanied by her daughter-in-law. Mrs. HarryE. the first one has proved was formed In December.
Taylor Jr. of Brandywine Md.. and her grand- itself as an erosion pre- Show plans were discus-
daughter Joan. They plan to vacation on the Island vention aid.County sed at the July meeting at war a
for several weeks. Engineer JohnBenson which chapter President !
ETHEL BOLDT AND HELEN PUFKA of Altoona told the commis- James Wallace announced
Pa. are guests of Major Bertha B. Keith and Major sion he would like the that Eric V. Colby will
Josephine A. LoCicero of 603 Ambassador Lane authority to begin compiling be show chairman and
Key Royale.DR. data in the area where Mrs. W. C. Johnston the .
AND MRS. EUGENE V. PERRIN of Cincinnati the second groin is to be chairman for entries. --- i '
and their children. Daniel. Miriam and Adam will constructed, so that when Members were told of &: :
arrive soon to visit Mrs. Perrin*s parents Mr. and funds for the work arc the task before them in -
Mrs. Claude Schutter of 528 74th Street Holmes appropriated his depart- preparing for the show
Beach. Mrs. Perrin. in addition to being a wife and ment can begin to work and that selection of the
mother. Is a physician. Dr. Jane Perrin. She is a immediately.When committee chairmen for Planning August hibiscus show arc (left to right):
graduate of Harvard Medical School and is well asked if the next the show would be madein Eric V. Colby show chairman; John W. Ottley of
known for her work in the field of birth defects and groin would cost as muchas the next few days. Holmes Beach chapter director and Mrs. W. C.
mental retardation in children. Besides his medical the one at the county The show will be open to J Johnston chairman I of show entries.
specializations. Dr. Eugene Perrin also is active in beach Benson advised it the public without charge
the Gilbert and Sullivan Operatic Company in Cln- should not cost as much from noon until b p.m. FRED UeWITr.( oS. Kiwanis ActivitiesII.
cinnati, and recently directed a production of although no definite cost Colby said all eleven of Deliaire Mich., a win- Shelton t\loodyof
lolanthe which received enthusiastic reviews by the estimates were given. It Florida Hibiscus chapters ter resident of the Island liradenton. president of
music critics in Cincinnati. Dr. and Mrs. Perrinare is understood the first would participate In mak- for the past 12 years the Manatee National
interested in the plans of New College with groin cost more than ing the spacious facilities died in Ucllalre.Saturday !Hank was the scheduled
which Mr. Schutter is associated.Mr. 35000. of Palmetto Federal's I July 11. speaker at Wednesday's
The groin at the county home office into an "en He owned and operated meeting of the Inland
and Mrs. E. B. Store and family all of Lakeland beach must weather chanted garden." A team one of Michigan's largest Klwunls Club He was to
. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. VanLeer of Orlando. . Mrs.O. several storms before the of 15 judges will have the marinas, on Torch Lake. tell the club about plans
Y. Tucker and Mrs. Jack A. Carlton and childrenof commission can be com- task of choosing the win- He is survived by his for the proposed new South
Brandon. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Beservel of pletely certain about its ners from an estimated wife Mrs. Elizabeth IX?- Florida Museum.
Ocala. . Fred T. Stanfield of Palatka. Mr.and Mrs. performance which may 5OOO blossoms. Witt; two sons, Fred OoWttt Klwanlan Carl Kcolur
Bob Lancaster of Okeechobee. . Mr. and Mrs. Q. P. take as long as a year Wallace Perkins public and William DcWItt. will speak to the club at
Williams and family of Fort Meadc. . Mr. and Mrs. according to McClure.The relations officer of Pal- and daughter, Mll/uboth. next week's meeting(July
Daniel L. Handley and family of Bradley. . Tom new groin and pierat metto Federal will be For five winters Mr. 2Q). about a trip to Nassau
Williamson Ethel Trice and Gertrude Tullis of the county beach was liaison director for the and Mrs. DeWitt have occupied and Jamaica which he and
Valrico. .Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Evans of Sydney designed bySydneyMake- county's first i hibiscus the Hay *n Harbor his wife enjoyed a few
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Roser Pastor On MRS.LENA B.SUTTON. Postal Receipts !,
87, widow of the late JohnG.

I BERNARD MISSION POR IN THE MANATEE CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDAIN IN AND N.E. Vacation Sutton. died Monday Island postal receipts '\

(CATHOLIC) CHANCERY The Rev. Richard K. July 20, at the residenceof for the first six monthsof

R.". Francis F. WelanUller WILLIAM CASE CHARLES NO. 143O3. 3-7 Wiggins pastor of Roser her daughter Mrs. Mae 1964 were up $1,094
ARMSTRONG
Plaintiff. Memorial Community Gibbons of 2710 Avenue C, over the same period of "
MASS: .".. Church and his family, Holmes Beach. She was 1963 an increase of 3.1
SUNDAY 8 & 10 am DORA JOYCE LEGGETT ARM
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STRONG.D.f.ndant. -left this week for their born in Rural Retreat percent.
WEEKDAYS: Ham summer vacation. They Va., and had lived on the Total receipts were ,
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pin NOTICE TO DEPEND AND OF SUIT will tour the New England Island two years moving $35,731 this year compared j.

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OP States camping en route. here from Wilmington with $34,637 for the i

WEDNESDAYS: ?::JO Dm DORA JOYCE LEGGETT PLORIDAsTOs ARM Late this month the Rev. Del. She was a memberof January through June I

M.morlal ChurchNon.D.nomlnotlonal STRONG. 61 Oglethorpe Park. and Mrs. Wiggins plan to the First Presbyterian period of 1963.Receipts !
Harvey
( ) IT Sc.IS Simon HEREBY Island ORDERED Georgia that you attend the annual national Church of Rural Retreat. at the Anna J,

BrCld...to.. Beach do appear and fU. and _rYe your conference of the Council She is survived by three Maria Post Office this f
Answer or other written defenses to of Community Churches Edward W.Sutton of were $12.321 and '
R. A. W. Simm the sworn Complaint for Divorce riled sons year
SUNDAY; herein against you and that you so to be held at East North- Hacks Point Del., GrantV. in the first six months
appear and rile your Answer or other field Mass., from July Sutton of Richardson of 1963 were 11759. j
written defense with the Clerk of
: School
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:. am Sunday Circuit Court In and for Manatee 28 through Aug. 1. Also REV. DAVID W. JENKS Park Del., and Daniel I. Receipts in Bradenton

County Florida at the Court House planning to attend the con- time he has done graduatework Sutton of Zachary La.; Beach including the
at Bradenton. Florida on or before
Chvlstlon Sclonco Service) the 22nd day of August A.D.. 1964. ference are Mr. and Mrs. at Union Theological four daughters Mrs. Gibbons Holmes Beach branch

A. M. Community Heue and Answer that or you other also serve written a defenses copy of your CM Charles D. Jordan of the Seminary and Chicago Mrs. Evelyn Koons office were $23,410 this

SUNDAY: Plaintiff Attorney JAMES M.WAL Island and Suffolk, Va. Theological Seminary. and Mrs. Ruth Grace of year and $22,878 in 1963.
9:0001.m. CHRISTIAN LACE whose address la Post Office Mr. Jordan Is chairmanof Prior to entering the Bradenton Beach, and
Box 1889(42012th St.
SCIENCE SFRVICE. Florida, and this you will Bradenton.) not omit. the Roser congregation. ministry In 1949 he was Mrs. Ethyl McCool of Services will be held at
lest the matter and things set forth Theme of this year's an electrical engineer. He Wilmington; two stepdaughters Griffith-Cline Island
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
R.". L.. nellifl.. Pastor and alleged aa confessed In said Complaint by you and will upon betaken conference will be, "To has served his present Mrs. Mabel Chapel at 2 p.m., Thursday -
SATURDAY the pain of having a decree pro Serve This Present Day pastorate since 1954. He Farmer of Elsmere Del. with the Rev. Lee

7:00 am Men's: Fellowship confeaso WITNESS entered my band against and official you. seal Through Unity in Com- has served as chairmanof and Mrs. Bess Munyon of Ratliff of the Island Bap-

this 17th day of July A.D.. 1964. munity." the General Synod of Pedricktown, N.J.16 tist Church officiating.TV 4
SUNDAY Breakfast (SEAL) Clerk M. T.of McINNIS.Circuit Court During the absence of the Reformed Church in grandchildren; 12 great-

: Dyi Elaine Snyder Its pastor Roser Church America on the World grandchildren and five WinnerA

8:45 am Sunday School JAMES M. WALLACE Deputy Clerk will have as a special Council of Churches great greatgrandchildren. recent winner on the

10:00: am Worship Service Attorney for Plaintiff guest speaker for the next Committee since I960 television program "The

2:30: pm Fellowship How .UO-Ulb sc. West two Sundays July 26 and and was a delegate to the Price Is Right was Mrs.
Bradenton Florida
Grades 6 through 9 7.23.3Oa $-* 13. '64 Aug. 2, the Rev. David W. Third Assembly of the New Yorker and toured Nicholas Tuft of Paterson

5:30: pm Chapel Choir NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Jenks pastor of the Reformed World Council of the city to see the Statueof N. J. Mrs. Tuft daughterof

6:30 pm Worship Service A .public bearing will be bald at the Church of Spring Churches in New Delhi Liberty Central Park Aaron VanOstenbridge
MONDAY: City Office in Holmes Beach Floridaon Valley N. Y., who will India. He Is an active and Chinatown. Sr. of 58th Street has
August 11. 1964. at 7i3O P.M.. for
7:30 pm Nominating Comm. the purpose of considering the request preach the regular ser- participant In communityevents They also spent a day at visited the Island several
TUESDAY: of LaMoln Baker to close that vices of morning worship.As in Spring Valley the World's Fair where times in the past few
portion of
an alley between
7:00 pm Church Choir and 19.Block 34,Uemhurst Subdivision Lots 18 the former pastor of and is a dynamic speaker.At the most interesting exhibits years. Mr. and Mrs.John
WEDNESDAY: and the border line of Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Russell according to Eric VanOstenbridge of 71st

6:00 pm Family Covered at Beach.a public The City hearing of Bradenton In July, Beach closed Guild of Bradenton Beach JamboreeLife are the General Motors Street were visiting Mr.

Dish Supper the portion of till alley that was In the Rev. Mr. Jenks will Scout Eric Akins of Ford General Electric and Mrs. Tuit last week
that
City. be their for Holmes who is Coca Cola and Cola and Mrs.
6:00 pm Fellowship (lour, Pauline II. Archer guest two Beach Pepsi prevailed on
Grades 1 through :5> City Clerk_ weeks. attending the Boy Scout buildings. Tuit to accompany themto

7:00 pm RA,GA,Sunb'ms UNCLASSIFIEDadvanc The Rev. Mr. Jenks Jamboree at Valley They arrived at Valley the television show.
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting graduated from the University Forge Pa., reports he is Forge on Wednesday and Picked as a contestant
payment required of Vermont in enjoying his stay there. spent the day setting up she won a tractor-mower

A.*.. Mewiorlol ChurchMon.Denemlnotlenol 8 I llne.-$.OP-CO* minimum 1934 with a BS degree in On the train trip north camp and the next two which cost $828 plus a

( i .) FOR RENTi Anna Maria..LargeT? electrical engineering and the group stopped at days were taken up with bonus an allexpensespaid -
n.". Richard K. Wf'.tln.Paa.f Bedroom Unfurnished Home. Large from the New BrunswickN. Washington. Philadelphia getting acquainted with trip for two to the j
Florida Room. Is located on Canal.and .
has bostwell. WU1 redecorate '0auir ( J.) Theological Semi- and New York City. There other Scouts and in tryingto French Riviera with a
THURSDAY: .can fS.ISU.CAktiFU nary in 1952. Since that they stayed at the Hotel outtrade them. year in which to take it.
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L.... ..* Ulano 0.0.1..1)...-' lire where.. and TRY battery.IT fc YOU Your:'Lt'r,any IT.PHope .
(.....- l I 77IM[9O2
LUIS FOR A az71I.1U1. Canal.72nd .
FRIDAY sty-.000t Bimini Bay. Lota THE ISLANDER SUGGESTS YOU PATRONIZE TilE FOLLOWING
for sal.. Gulf
O.MICB
10:00 am Prayer Group atHerringfthaw priced Front.
IO.OOO 77tb .. CaiMkl. '..000a 75th
t home St. Casa.. IXSOOi 73rd Sa.. 3.OOO. PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS:
SATURDAY JN. U. PP.OT1IKRO. Reel 1 RelateMuet
R.1
1:30 pin Choir Rehearsal U.,1JftJA.Tlabf.l' rapfty ABSTRACT COMPANIES GARDEN STORESGary's REAL ESTATE
-- lie Priced a..... P. 0. Ito
SUNDAY United Abstract & Title Ins. Co. Sunland Garden Center Gertrude Blasslngamc
9:15 am Sunday School ll.IY k' t APERTY...AIN.TKNANCK. BEAUTY SHOPS GIFTS Walter S. lIardlnDottlc's ;

11:00 am Worship Service KDC1NO. FLOORS. MOWING CLKANKDfc TRIMMING.POLISH Driftwood Galleries Jack Holmes Realty
& Sermon KU. WINDOWS WASHED OILaD. BEER DISTRIBUTORS Sand Dollar Gift Shop Key Royale Homes. Inc.

REASONABLE PROMPT EFFICIENT RATRS a.."Y1CB.. -pI-_. Sarasota !leverage Inc. GROCERIES Larchmont Development Corp.
GI..,. Del Cvo..oellcol KEN PBLLOWS. PtIONK 77S.2M4 BUILDING SUPPLIES Handy Dandy Mahar Realty

Lwth..on Chuu 'oP .dbYhtlJ.: .;. Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. IGA Foodllner Jack Marshall
t "... L..tef M. U... r*..l.t Ool. Ctfrrw.cy..r FewelM Coi. of. CHIROPRACTORS HOBBY SHOPS Parrish Realty

THURSDAY .., Coirur7 or ... Mi HI a. Tofce. **. Dr. Charles A. Weaver Island Hobby Shop John B. Prothero
..., Brroi a ntaarre .**.*.. 2*O1uxaeuMOTifctrspBo
7:30 (pm Lutheran Chinch r .. CONTRACTORS INSURANCE Dick Wagner
. Women meeting at church llftJd. t .147-L":: Building S. Norman Roacdale Bay Area Insurance George Wagner Realty
.. star ........ t..w ttrrtlh S.1 Mcka
SUNDAY ....,........ ....,. Electrical Anna Maria Electric John P. Huth RESTAURANTS

9:15>> am Church School l ran t1.i7a ISLAJ'C&A faas_ Dr f._.u of ..... aatfr eeca... Masonry W. R. Kermode Wyman. Green & Hlalock. Inc. Holmes Beach Yacht Club ,
10:30 am Worship Service Painting Harry M. Rife LAUNDRIES Le Chan tec lair

i Sacrament of Baptism "We T'la1M4 /IN Plumbing Schuchard Plumbing Beach Bendix Laundry SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATIONS
I WEDNESDAY DAIRY PRODUCTS Holmes Beach Coin Laundry Palmetto Fed. Savings & Loan

\ I 7:30 pm Teacher Ttaliilng ** Hood's Dairy LINEN RENTAL SCHOOLS
I CUM MADCNTOM DAILY DRUGS Linen Rental Service Somers College

TIIURS DAY. XCfPT SUNDAY Webb's Island Pharmacy LIQUOR STORES SERVICE STATIONS

7:30 Church Council 1 4\S4.......---.< TH*> FISHING Beach Liquor Store Hufflne's Standard Service
pm
Admirals
I I MARINAS TRAILER PARKS

Meeting ALWAYS A SPECIAL FLORISTS Rod & Reel Pier NURSERIES Bayou Marina Inc. Gulf ParkUTILITY COMPANIES


It .w$4$ .1. Iu1I .... Reasoner & Anson Phelps Nursery Manatee County Water Co.
.. d.serlba .. -F FUNERAL HOMES PROPERTY MAINTENANCE VARIETY STORESCrlffithClIne

b..wtllu. thlwes we ...... Island Chapel Ken Fellows Island Variety Store

*. .ffe*. w. .eMt .fie.*' Ml. FURNITURE RADIO TELEVISION WATER CONDITIONING
Engel Home Furn. & Appliances Island TV Water Softening Co.
t Dr.p I. ... MF .. ..d.wwtuf. ::1 Island Furniture Canter Inc.

... See ... ywreH. ..

r1 brlw.raw....- .. w.aIa'po.' WOMEN'S APPAREL STORES


driftwood galleries WIGS Darlene Angel! '. ... -; Irene'sI Inez t 4#>II"Page

c-.rwa ....* A Mos swyt.



July 23. 1964 THE ISLANDER ___ Page 7
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' ].-ISLAND REAL ESTATE



UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE BEACH FRONT BARGAIN

INSURANCE COMPANY
I ONEBEDROOlCOTTAGE on BEACH with
Si-ce 1897
I Large Porch on two sides.75 Feet of Seawall.
.. ....
fiol 1 Offered at Only $13.000---1.000 Down and
12tfc St. Welt RADCNTON. FLA. 'III.! .. 741-4541 Assume Mortgage.

*

? r r;, Buy Of The Week! GULF FRONT LOT

75 x 100 $9500 Good Terms

GULF FRONT INCOME -
DICK WAGNER
A dandy modern concrete block DUPLEX

?' fie REALTOR Tel. 778-2663
with two bedrooms on each side. Owner

2217 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH
.. for ,
collected more than $1.0OO during year
at 609 North Bay Boulevard. Anna Maria
.chased recently by Mrs. Alma Sue Henderson of one apartment. PRICE SLASHED far below
rianna from Mrs. Leona Gleich of Anna Maria and
rw York. The transaction was negotiated by Ralph COST. $1.OOO Down. Balance on .Mortgage.NO If You Haven't Seen
rish and Mrs. Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty.
Ana Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) CLOSING COSTSI!

HOME WITH POOL SEASIDE COURTWe

IN SCREENED PATIO with filter system. JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
Has two bedrooms. 1-1/2 baths. LARGE
&M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
LIVING ROOM. Dinette and all-Electric Invite Your
Kitchen. Sliding Glass Doors to Patio& Pool.

$2,000 Down No Closing Costs
$15,500 BIMINI BAY ESTATES IRspeclloRApartments


JOHN B. PROTHERO OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN I

tCCISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SAl.ES & RENTALS are going fast
CITY OF ANNA MARIAIf
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach

you are looking for an outstanding valuein
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
I Lots from $1495 upe- Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches. I
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. I
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for I
r' 3 BR GULF FRONT HOME full information.Are I

t I Top Income Property JACK HOLMES, Realtor


j\2BR Home Close To Fishing Pier 1L You Looking? ,.
!!
M SEEtGeorge "' ...:; Office 6101 Marina Dr.
MAKE AN OFFEROLA.SSIMOA.AAE t
; Wagner -
....
,.. ,r----... ._,
.
GERTRU.DI! REALTOR. '
REALTY'
COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333

SISLER J. DUDLEY. t3ske. *. .U._M_771<-215 (Island' Shopping' Center ;I
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA PHONE 778-2444
Or WRITE BOX 1012 L LflRCHUlOflT DEVELOPfllEDT CORPOfiflTlOOPresents

ANNA MARIAc.
...C. ....... rv*.. e.... 1'1..
Ail.n P..., A.._....
--,
- -
/ TWO BARGAINS
FOR QUICK SALE

,..
1. 2 OR Island cottage 4*
[WHY NOT Vacation WITH EXTRA BUILDING -
LOT. FOR ONLY I
ON [ANNA MARIA ISLAND $8.000! Easy walking II I
distance to the beach
411llllJ
and stores.

2. BUILDING LOT ON
I CANAL--75ft. Water
It If front. Also has GULF GULF DRIVECO
f h BEACH PRIVILEGES. OCMATIVCJ :
.. ONLY $3.0001EXCELLENT A P A "Y"II"" T S
: c--- o-.w.
TERMS. -...--.--..-
Call Ralph Parrishor t ; HOMESfACH: !
Peggy Moore MARIA ISLAND
-j ANNA
... -
.LN -
m PLENTY OF GOOD MOTELS..
RESTAURANTs.,STORES-AMD P.,Tish lelllty

OTHER "ACILITIIS.. LUS P.O.PUi.,A,ut.....,. MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTIONPick

SEVERAL MILES OF LOVELY 778-1902 .. 778-2121
WHITE SAND BEACHES!
Yours NOW

,. WORLD'SFAIR Prices Increase Aug. 1st



FEATURING - -
HOUSEAnd
p.............o..M ..... ..... A.w.......... C1. p1 ssAr ......
ocher Model) Mmes 0- T.-. +.+.4.&............ ..-. c................ .V-. .-.._--.a. es..r.r__ -p---'
.......'P'' .L /.. ....... Caw.....a t P.I A.rr-.1 w.........---
OPEN DAILY L.-'-....w. c...... .....A..I w T..Orw... Trr.+.c.F'on... +d
... ..... a...... t....-. w< ....t .......'rV......
r.
AT KEY &..-a... a-. ..... ....... a C'y. .-..T.rr' oars..
I ....... .--.. ...... ....... ....... .....----..-
ROYALEWEEK ............e--.e_---.. !..............Yb ..&..1"..t.-+ a rwe-.................o.. ....
r_ -.r. _____Lot-.H._ .-rw


DAYS For Information Contact Robert S. Cabl.,
10-6

SUNDAYS Soles Manavf Phon 7781611IUrSday. ,Iy i
ANNA MARIA ISLAND 1.6



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 23. 1964

.i ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



Shop at Y c9W UIL9\itw...<; ?"e. GIFTS, GIFTS GIFTS!

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ARRIVING DAILY FROM
...where your
HOfflfBuy. helps to Clearance Sale... THE Watch ATLANTA Our WindowsFrom GIFT SHOW

your way ( the INSIDE, Pl.as...)
fi0
U1p'; ( t d wh,, Free Gift & Mail Wrap
sur..0j J.M c.rres..r
ABU Call 7782O12R. All- A 1) A

J C. SCHUCHARD ) L1/3 OFF

if PLUMBING. CONTRACTOR SUMMER HOURS. Keep !
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m. CooIitD
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD HOLMES BEACH .

PLUMBING' FIXTURES SUPPLI ES.PUMPS REPAIRS with

I BE COOL ,,,\\ G / */? I Solids/ Hawaiian'no s

/ r ;
.
BE COMFORTABLE NO CHECKS STRIPES

with a misses & half sizes
PMILCO"NOISELESS" r A i NEED

l' WITH see them today!
THE
Air Conditioner SHOP IN AIR-COHDITIONED COMFORT.
"
4 6,300 28.000 BTU
BEACH COIN LAUNDRYIN
As Low As $158.88Free HOLMES
THE HEART OF TilE SHOPPING CENTER. Layaway rhos.'Ian .
Installation MOST Models
on P.S. We also have 778.1161J
iLCs tucww..rr++at(Woa+etl
CHECK THE WARANTY & LARGE CAPACITY DRYERS
ALL DONE WHILE YOU SHOP J
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
t The NOISELESS MODELS &

I YOU WILL BUY ( RMILCO ALUMINUM HANDY DANDYOPEN


IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONALL CLOTHES LINE ,7 ,A.M.-9,,P.M.
NEW MODELS IN STOCK PROPS EVERY DAY
******** ISLAND

ISLAND TV 778-1703 $1.49 SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd eo
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEs

: Don't Forget-Model Car Contest Holmes leach Supplies Inc. -& 24 HOUR CALL WRECKER 778-1771 SERVICE

Entries Accepted July 27-31 Must be 778-1131 NIGHT 778-1440
accompanied with a store sales slip 5345 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Ammm Maria 'lsl. idvs Oily
.....
; JUDGING TO BE AUGUST 1st !Ii LICENSED CAR DEALERBvick..RombUr..DoJg

SALE I ...O dg. Dort..PI'11I041'"
"
KEDETTESREG
1181020IrF1' WE RENT t"
1tAaHNStMDIA1RS
&v_ =.:.\ 53.99 $2.99 '
SUNAATMINC
...0-.14 MIC CHA'asLiHINS con
SI..5H-10. STtOiLf K.AHlITS
Narrow a M.cU.- Linen Rental Service 77S-M72
NOW! 214.54th St. Holmes Beach
K_______GET____THEM_________

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 77 To21 BEACH LIQUOR STORE
A RLN Gf
I Holmes Beach One-Stop Shopping. Center
Air ConditionedFor
Pick Up Your A Cool Summer Refresher

GIN ------ VODKA "
e
0 :
fifths $3.99
FREE 1964Hurricane
Walkers Gin 5th 3 for $10.00

Town Club Blend 5th 3 for $9.00
Chartsat
chemically pure Gilby's Vodka 5th 3 for $10.00

from 6 Pack

Manatee Company County Water (:Bag Xreagnsurance OLD BUSCH MILWAUKEE BAVARIAN 89V ai pus:..,t


(........Offin:) 778-1697 778-1548 For Service With A Smile
... .. Ron Phone 778.2023 (Bob)
Sliopph.g C r r. Holn* B' ch. Florida ( )
t T.a.pho" 778.2022 closed Wednesday && Saturday at noon FOR FREE DELIVERYPage



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