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 30, 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: VID00235
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANlf MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. . and Fishing /$ GoodNo.



664 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 30. 1964 TEN CENTS


Island ResidentTo City MeetingsNext

Supervise New Week

College ConstructionIsland Two regular meetings of

resident Claude A. ,1' the governing boards of
Schutter will supervisethe the Island cities will take

on-site construction -- I place next week.

activities of the New .OJ Members of the Anna
College East Campus.As Maria City Commission
project supervisor of will meet at the Community -

the nearly $1.8 million House 7:3Op.m..
building complex. Schut- I Monday Aug. 3. and the

ter will act for the collegeIn U r ad e n ton Beach City
making certain that the Council will meet at the

central plaza and three r fire house at 7:30 p.m..
.:
,
residence buildings now tM Thursday. Aug. 6. No

under construction are ''I announcement has been
-c' made about the Items on
the agenda of either meet-
.
-
":r.. ing.
...." In Holmes Beach the
c' I." board of aldermen will
c \ \' #'f., hold only one meeting in

,0 c' c August. It will be at the
-4.LT
c.c" city office at 7:30 p.m..
; .... .
..
.. -_ .. r;. r Tuesday Aug. 11. At that
.
:: ii.f ." meeting, a public hearingwill
be held to consider
vacation of a short alleyin
'
:.II-1IIIL -.1. __." # the former Iloxhurat
Early Gulf front development in Anna Maria City day. Many of the cottages and beach homes shownare section of tho city, just
much of which was carried out by Herman Klplingcr atlll standing and in use. (Picture above and north of the Uradenton

brother of the well known "letter" writer of a later picture of pier used by courtesy MTH. Karl Widmann) Beach city line. The alley

divides the property of
CLAUDE A. SCHUTTER Mr. and Mrs. LaMolnu

built according to plans Baker owners and operators -
and specifications of the of East O' Tho Sun

architect. I. M. Pel. He Cottages who requested
also will help maintainthe it be closed.
high-speed schedulethat Tho alloy IN parallel to
will make it possiblefor 1'; Gulf Drive and does) not

the buildings to be give acccHM to the beachor
e +,,,,
+r e. i ye xLL to other and
'occupied G\mmm by the college'sChartCr Y r .*.. _. ww property.>. %.. \V. ,_*..
'r.rty'tn'January. Ucach vacated -
liraucmun war
..
Current work involves by the city council

clearing and filling the following a public hearing

approximately 6O.OOO sq. early thin month.

ft. portion of the 20-acre : Few MosquitoesOn
!
site on which buildingsare IslandA
to be erected. EarlyIn
August foundations will check of the mosquito
control I effort In Anna
be laid for the first three ,
shown that
Maria City
buildings and construc-
tion of the two-story brick city officials consider" the
residences is scheduledto results "very good and
that there are few of the
proceed rapidly.
The pests around this season.
buildings are to be
constructed around a cen- According to Robert 1\.

tral plaza and are plannedto 1-10.,8. acting mayor of
Anna Maria City, legging
provide a dramatic
visual effect. The archi In the city I I. done when.
/ ever authorized by Larry
tect's
overall plan was
director of the
inspired by the informality Rhodes
and enclosed space ofa } .. tllt' county mosquito control
Mediterranean village district. In addition the
In recent month,
city.
with
its terraces balconies -
has filled and
and landscapedareas 1_'" partially
M. "" .....-r tilled some of the ditches
overlooking inte- .1 !\'
which formerly acted a*
rior courtyards. Anna Maria City Pier In the 19200. when the pier was owned by a Tampa banker and later had to be convenient breeding
Schutter will be workingwith was one of the Island's principal centers ofU.hlng. razed when It* piling became unsafe. Other house spots for mosqultoo

a relatively new social and other activity. Large house at the left at right was moved and till I I. used a* a residence. Mores' said many of the
wrinkle in
construction
ditches wore dug a*
partof
called the "Critical PathMethod" Police ApplicantsSince
.' a WPA program In the

this (CPM of ). Under k'oA:Cr ".. C..... 4eP ar4. .'M. .'! ..-'.... .. !, ..t'! .. .. Mo4f1' Chief of Police 193O*. and many were ao
?* J.
system scheduling . ..
"
the 'I ,'Jt."'. '.q' .,,0#' .''Jt'1., : George Jordan of Anna deep Ihoyhlnderedprvperdra

construction contractor. James general A. .............. ......"'; . ..._, .. ....... iMi1,. t' p::'MM. .'.... .. ""1f1l't11" ''1. Marla City submitted his n..o. Partially filling

Knowle. Inc.. will plan ...:...& If' #' "< ...... \ ....Iif" resignation early in July them makes many of the
..JIIIIII'I' I). ., 'f". 'j. '.. b".x"t"'IIif the city has received two ditches more effective: a*
"
the course of work for . . .. ....
. .." # .. .. application for the post. surface water drain,and
each trade working from on the .... -.,.. ....I"" "" ,. ,. ;J. Il1III( 't4 One of the applicant Is at the same time, eliminates
,
project J groundbreaking .. ;
them
N J Jh Jack Ilenzel former chief a* mosquito
to completion ::
; > "" "t .
,
breeding area .
of the of police in HradentonIech. *
so timing const ruction
+ and the other the Work' on the ditch.. 1*
is under control at
all times. It is believed RMRw11I 1 former chief In Longboat being directed: by Commissioner -
stress Key. Chuck Slower Tom McKay.
that the East Campus is RReeM l
the I largest construction iii

project in the area to be ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

planned under CPM. w.... ..,...,.
The new project supervisor T.....
and his wife moved T............
to the Island in Januaryto I ....f* 4 ." Ml''fc

occupy the home at lrlr' 21*.+*.2 tK O4 11 **J "."...
528 74th Street Holmes /ul/ 22*.>a *r> *4 VO */d twnc

Beach which they purchased I-,. J..1773 7* 7* *2 *4 aA 1.1PKY

the previous year. Icy 24-79 40 a 5 *2 &* .156

Their move to the Island |.'ly 2SO 10 HO .O a 4 .1
followed closely his retirement l'- *mtmm u L, .. ..
-- .. July 2< 7* M> 7. 0O 4 Non.
from General
Electric Co. Another mid-Twenties view of downUMT wrong> places, try holding h. ,..., 270 a3: 1e 84 JMl .1
after nearly
(Continued town Dradenton. If buildings seemn picture In front of a mirror.
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Pace 2 THE ISLANDER ;July 3p. 1964



Islander EditorialsThe ense Cine . .

by THE EDITOR


First Five YearsWhen Visiting Fireman .


this issue of The ISLANDER--No. 664-- One of the Island's most interesting and most
comes off the press. It will be the 261st issue of the colorful periodic visitors author Gordon Gasklll. is
paper prepared by the present owner-editors and here to spend a few weeks with his family in Anna
will mark the end of the first-five-years. Even in the Maria. A staff writer for
business of publishing a weekly newspaper where a past several years Gaskill Is
small staff is the rule rather than the exception put some articles on paper but
some of the statistics are impressive.In ''because there are so many
the first place those five years of publication being interviewed by members of
mean that 261 deadlines have been met and passed. Since his last previous visit to
Which broken down a little means many hundredsof he has gathered material for
late-night and early-morning hours of labor by the such off-the-beaten-path points
staff of the paper in addition to the too few hours of Norwegian possession in the
the regular working day. But with an occasional bit Madagascar a former French
of burnishing of the dedication of the principal staff Indian Ocean southeast of Africa.
members those many hours have been maintainedas years. Gaskill also spent three
a pleasure rather than a drudgery. in Tanganyika recovering from
Five years of publishing The ISLANDER means suffered in an automobile accident
hundreds of city and other meetings attended and In fact during the greater part
reported; thousands of pictures taken with some years. Africa has been his
printed and more discarded and nearly '4OO.OOO written articles about Mount )
Individual copies of the paper distributed.In Halle Selassie diamond king
looking over the Issues of those five years and and is looking for another one to
comparing some of the early papers with those of DIGEST soon--about crocodiles.
recent months a number of changes and Improve- quite a bit of research about the
ments are readily apparent. One of the more prefers the library to the field
noticeable improvements is in the finished product particular subject. As a bit of a "
the result of changing the method of printing from article Gaskill says there Is no
letterpress to photo offset. story about alligators (members of
Without a detailed explanation the change gave family) having one Jaw that is fixed.
readers vastly Improved picture reproduction and Gaskill makes his headquarters in :
clearer, more easily read type. It also made possible spends four or five months each ;
by the actual mechanics of production a slightly part of that time he vacations on I
later deadline so that Important last-minute news-- for its political unrest in recent
when available--could be included in each isque. is an enthusiastic sailor whenever
Those Improvements were sufficiently marked so tunity and keeps a small sailing
that for the past two years, the paper has more than A recent issue of YACHTING
held its own in the annual weekly newspaper contestof wrote about sailing the dinghy
the Florida Press Association. In competition with Turkey and back.
nearly 100 other member papers of the association. With Gaskill on his present visit
The ISLANDER has won two awards in the classification his young son Phillip making his
"Typography and Makeup," and one each in States. Born in Rome Phillip has
the "Best Offset Newspaper" and "General Switzerland several years but
Excellence" classifications. in Rome starting this fall.
There also have been many other more subtle After many years as
Improvements In the paper. Certain gradual changesin pondent and free-lance magazine
its editorial policy and presentation of news-- ;particularly enjoys working for the
especially In the past three years--have made it writing the "hardest easy work"
more readable, and more nearly what Its editor Because his mother and other
believes a small town newspaper should be--an family 1 have lived in Anna Maria
Institution to which the majority of its readers turn i ifi says he thinks of the Island as
*-, A_-_ .- itn %''''It..n4thAe4\.to tc'comment. cannot visit here more often and :
on Important - '" -
current local Issues. most of its sun, sand- and surf
While realizing that the present version of The expressed surprise at the lack of
ISLANDER has not pleased everyone its editor and in this area and was Impressed
staff know too, that no one on this earth--or elsewhere i fleet.
pram
--could do that. A few readers have let their His obvious interest In [
Just
3)Y
subscriptions lapse--but those few have been far outnumbered by the
many hundreds who have renewed \informality make Cordon Gasklll
their
subscriptions, and those who have subscribed viewee." Therefore
for the first we want to
time. Circulation--always .
a yardstick ;Maria equivalent of the Hawaiian )
of
a
newspaper's
acceptance by the public--has .come backl!
continued to increase each week, each month, and
each year. And many readers have been kind enough A little national publicity for;
to write or call to make known their approval of the August Issue of SKIN
DIVER I
paper, Its policy, and its editorial stand. Wilkerson
recently made
General policy of the publishers and editors of the the artificial Manatee an
paper Is to back whatever seems best for the Island formed at Anna Maria County Reef
Island.
and the
majority of Its residents. Not to try to tell
seeing
swarms of
bait fish
readers attention what situations to do which, but need merely to call to their nah and a few cobia. The reef, trout is I
correcting--and then of tire units cemented and bolted
attempting to arouse the
citizenry to action. end of the artificial reef has
To Its advertisers
the paper gives many free plugs growth. The reef not already
exactly
in Its
news columns to an extent compatible with Island" Is
a mlle
good west of the .
newapaperlng perhaps even a little beyond DIVER
that seems to be the "trade"
point--but with a conscious effort to try to
Improve the general business climate and the ever-growing group of skin and

economy of the community. Those advertisers play A Bradenton coin shop I advertised
an important in
community newspaper part making possible.publication of a good sified unusual.classifieds but the past few "

Although by necessity the final editing and publish Dazaar." Intriguing name
ing of local news must be the work of a small team

the staff of the paper many of the Items published A few weeks ago we published I
probably would unnoticed a
paaa were it not for the Senator Ed H.| Price Jr. of
efforts of readers, who often become contributors aaked Island
residents and all
of news about friends and nelghbora. Even news of the county for written
significance In far
away places often reaches the annexation and other
paper's columns through the eff orts of frlcnda and/or Interest subjects
during the
relatives of local residents and la made even more One next session "of
Interesting to Islander readers by that connection. citizens paragraph of the City of his of letter Bradenton read: ...
In exactly that The
way waa ISLANDER able to carry with proooaala
to
change the
--In its first issue after the
events happened--flrat annexation of adjacent territory .
hand on-the-apoc accounts of the political coup In Bradenton. Such
South Viet Nam and the disastrous earthquake in accomplish thla proposals range
by legislative
Alaaka. What better coverage could the wire services dum. to a plan which would allow act.It
to
render? Without idea of what will
any happen next- by a vote of freeholders "
or where--the editorial staff feel. rea.onablycertalnthat Thl week Senator Price only.told us
when It does aome kind and articulate peraonwill received about 60 letters on the
relative write a long account of It.and airmail it to aome --from all parts of the county--but aubJ .
on the Island. from Island reaidenta. He added '
So in winding up thla review of the "flrat five
appreciate many more letters to :::
.
year. the staff of The ISLANDER extends Its deciding what legislation to
'
collective heartfelt thanka to the pa per a readera.aubacribcra. LETS WRITE HIM WITHOUT
I
contributors advertisers and the
many The address: Senator Ed H. Price.
other persona who have helped keep the mill running nr denton. Florida.
with aupport. news Items advice, and plain old
kind words. And a special "thank youto- our In- a mixed (politically) gathering

printers. Hugo Greiaen and Glen Watkins of the .we were the bun of aome gentle
Shopping Guide--ami all the members of their ataff-- --that aome legislation ahould be
for their kind assistance in making it .all poaatble. (Continued on Page ::

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Kiwanis Activities New Map ReadyThe SENSE AND . 8 .... to 8 pm W..k..lay.
(Continued from Page 2)
Gordon Gaskill. a noted new map of the 8
am to 2 Sunday
writer for the Reader'sDigest Island published by the Republicans--not to pro- pn
4 will be the speaker Island Division of the tect them from harm but
at the meeting of the Manatee County Chamberof to protect them from
Island Kiwanis Club on Commerce is now on becoming extinct. A law UJfBB'SIsland[
Wednesday. Aug. 5. He Is sale at a number of local of the sort which protectsthe
visiting his mother Mrs. stores. trumpeter swan and :
Irene Gaskill of Anna Published by the Island the white egret; similar I
Maria.At Chamber in 1954 the map to that which saved the Pharmacy
< 1 1 1 1 VI the meeting of the was revised in 1958 and American bison from 59O4 Marina Drive
club this week Mr. and according to officers of disappearing altogether.This .
Mrs. Carl R. Keeler of the local chamber of com- (Democrat) ribber 778-1411-Nit.1 7782075J.
'X Holmes Beach were to merce division it has added that "of course in O. WCBB.FREE .............
tell the members about a now been revised again case the legislation was
recent trip they took to and brought up to date. not passed in time some
Nassau and and provision should be made
Jamaica Single maps may be pur-
.. A'FAAM. some of their experienceswhile chased at ten cents each immediately to preserveat .
SCUBA diving in the and chamber members least one male and" one
female of the
Caribbean. may buy them in quantity. party.

Beach Vandalism
ISLAND RESIDENT .
Bowling MeetingThe
Island Kiwanis Club member Carl Keeler (right) (Continued from Page 1)) Vandalism at the pavilion, DELIVERY
' presents a banner from the KiwanIs Club of Fort 25 years with that firm as annual meeting of at the south end beach was
I Montagu in the Bahamas to Erik Anderson presidentof a resident engineer and a the Island Bowling League reported Monday morningby REGISTERED
the local club. Keeler spoke to the Fort Montagu project engineer. He will be held at the Anna William O'Conncll the
Kiwanis recently while on a trip to Nassau and worked both on design and Maria Fire Station at custodian of the building.The PHARMACISTSON
Jamaica. Presentation was made at last week's supervision of company 7:30 p.m..l\fonday. Aug.3. damage which according DUTY
meeting of the local club. (Islander Photo by Bauman) construction in this coun- All players and team to O'Connell was
and sponsors are asked to done sometime after midnight AT ALL TIMES
try abroad.
Women's Bowling League BanquetThe His largest project was attend the meeting at Sunday included
women's summer this league included Peg the sprawling GE Appli- which some important shower heads being bro-
matters of policy are to ken off, and breaking of a
bowling league sponsoredby Hottman Gladys Arke- ance Park a l.OOO-acre 10
the Island Furniture bauer Phyllis Chapman industrial complex producing be settled. door lock. The shower SHLf
Center Inc., ended its Marian Parks Jo Lo- many GE major Other business on the heads were found where DAYS
i with agenda will be election of they had been discarded.
season a smorgas- Cicero Bertie Keith and appliances. Other major
bord dinner for new league officers and Police Chief Jim Lind- 30 Thru
who
sponsors Phyllis Moc was the plants he designed or July Aug.
husbands and guests. The league secretary and alsoa supervised are located in the adoption of rules for say of Bradenton Beach . . . . . . . .
\ dinner was served at the member of the winning Kentucky Massachusetts the coming season. said he had checked the 100 BUFFERIN!
Team sponsors are reminded pavilion at midnight and
Holmes Beach Yacht Club team. California and Illinois.
to take their $25 found everything in order. rcg $1.292 for $1'-
Tuesday evening. Trophies and prizes In addition he was responsible -
Guests of honor were were awarded as well as for several entry fee checks to the Cigarette Tax (limit 2)IOO'THERA'GRANM)
Mrs. Edith Schaldenbrandand plaques of appreciationto dozen smaller warehouseand meeting.
Mrs. Mary VerMettof sponsors of the leagueand office buildings in League play is expectedto Cigarette tax refunds to !
start early in September. the Island cities for taxes
the Furniture Center; sponsors of the win- other parts of the country.He .
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ning team. also was project engineer collected during May were rcg $7J9-2 for $1'-
Burch who sponsored the Miss Keith was awardeda for the large GE lu "just what we have as follows: Anna Maria (limit 2))
winning team and Mr.and plaque as "Most Improved facility in Sao Paulo. dreamed about for yearn, City. $586.39: Bradonton . . . . . . . .
Mrs. Sam Wooten of the Bowler" from the Brazil. but after we moved hereI Beach 1490.35; Holmes
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 30. 1964

All About People... Martin of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur R. Allen of
Bartow.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Langley of Groveland
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Robert .. .Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Brown Jr. of Birmingham.
Devore of Newport Ky.. and daughter. .Mr. and Ala. . Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clinton of Haystown. Ala.
Mrs. Harold Steitzman of Cincinnati and son... .. .Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Garner of Birmingham. Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Crumbly of Orlando... BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn L. Smith and party of y e Louis Berg of Plant City and their son Julian, niece
Bartow. ..Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.Pinkley Lakeland C A. PAL' Mrs. Norma Inlow and children. Jeanie and Allan
..Mrs. Helen Orgo and family of Groveland... and Mrs. Ethel Johnson. . Bob Hudson. Lee Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Franks of Sheffield Ala., and son Yancey and Tony Galvez. all of St. Petersburg. While
Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Guy Franks of Bradenton staying at Bayview Villa. Hudson was a weekly
..Dr. and Mrs. C. Franks of Nashville Tenn. winner in the open division of the St. Petersburg
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Barnes; Jaycees Tarpon Roundup and was out Saturdaywith
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gallivan Jr. and family; Mr. and Yancey and Judge Tom Miller in a try for the
Mrs. A. Leon Jr. and family and John Brockman jackpot but did not win it. Galvez won a third place
all of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Fay and t trophy in the tarpon roundup.
family of Cincinnati. .. Mr.and Mrs. Claude Teachoutand y GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Almandand
son Mike of Clermont. . Mr. and Mrs. J. D. H \. 2:4i. family of Ruskin.. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCrary
Muse and family and Mrs. Ruth Muse and grandson Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Palmer of Oak Avenue and family of Oaktown. Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Russell
George all of Atlanta.. .Miss Phyllis Schiro and Miss Anna Maria who celebrated their 50th wedding Miller and family and Ronald Bowers and son. all of
Susan Mekl of Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kendrick anniversary last week. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Linton. Ind.. Rev. and Mrs. James Boyle and
and family and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Kendrick daughter of Vallonia. Ind.
of Lakeland. Storms and family of New Carlisle Ohio. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dixon
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. LesterW. and Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Cole of Bartow. . Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Hardy and family Mr. and Mrs. McCardle of Hamilton. Ohio. and Mrs. Gene Caruthers of Mulberry. . Mr. and
Robert M. Cokeley and family all of Orlando.. BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. C. N. Carley and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Royal of
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hunter and family Mr. and Mrs. Swanner and children of Hamilton Ohio. . Mr. and Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Teemery Jr.of Winter
Lee Roy Henson and family all of Bartow. Mr. Mrs. Denver Russell and children of Chillicothe Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. Asworth of Palm Island.
and Mrs. Warren Thomas of Summit Ill. .Mr. and Ohio. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Maffey of Altus.
Mrs. L. L. Stone of Clearwater. . Mr. and Mrs. TOPAZ MOTEL: Sylvester Hazlett of Verona. Pa. Okla. .Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Raley of Jacksonville. .
'I Thomas Robinson of Florence Ky. Mr. and Mrs. . Thomas Nesbitt of Hlllsville. Ill. . Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Gray of Binghamton N. Y.
Arthur J. Blndrlm of Miami.. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Howard N. Allen of North Miami. . Mr. and Mrs. A. . Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hanann of Springfield. Ill. .
ence Johnson of Palmetto. . Miss Nancy Miller and Galet of Fort Lauderdale. . E. O. Parks of Barnes- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walkerett of Lakeland. . Mrs.
1 party Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hadley and family all of ville Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thompson of Dade Jane E. Tyson of Parrish. . Mr. and Mrs. CharlesR.
I Bradenton. .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ramsey. Mr. and City. . Fred T. Robertson of Tampa. . Mrs. Naomi Cook of Haines City.. Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Mrs. Elmer H. Muntl all of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs.L. Attaway of Jacksonville.. Chester Loop of Lexington Turner of Franklin. Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dukeof
I DeWitt of Fort Meade. Miss Sylvia Paul and Ky. John Yots of Verona Pa. . R. A. Gallaretand Bartow. .Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Shaw of Bowling
party of Plant City. .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Llghtscy family of Wauchula. .. Lou Huggins of Lake City Green. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Mintz. and Mr. and
and family of Haines City. Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceF. . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Luzner and family Mulberry Mrs. Louis F. Shadoln of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs.
Moore of Tampa on their honeymoon. . R. F. . Dilly Strickland of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weller of Kane. 111. Mr.and Mrs. RaymondE.
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more about people MR. AND MRS. WALLACE C. PALMER of 114 Oak MR. AND MRS. JULES SHANAFELT of 215 Lake 1\\
Avenue Anna Maria celebrated their 50th wedding View Drive Anna Maria have as a guest Mr. 1
MRS. DAVIS STEWART CANGALOSI of Norfolk Va. anniversary Thursday July 23. at a reception in Shanafclt's mother Mrs Hazel Flora of Dowagiac.
is visiting on the Island until Aug. 15, when her their honor at the home of their son-in-law and Mich. Their daughter. Kathy Shanafelt returned
husband a lieutenant junior grade in the Navy daughter Mr. and Mrs. H lid Ing O. Russell of Bay- home Sunday after a week in Tampa visiting her I(
returns from a cruise aboard the U. S. S. LONG shore Gardens.
cousin. Patsy Cummins daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i
BEACH. Mrs. Cangalosi is visiting her mother Mrs. Present at the reception were three of their four Marion Cummins. .
Ruby Dickinson of Bay Boulevard Anna Maria. children Mrs. Russell Mrs. George J. Schmahl of MRS. M. J. ROZAMUS of Alexandria. Va.. and her
MR. AND MRS. HERBERT JONES returned to the Cocoa and W. C. Palmer III of Menlo Park Calif. daughters Cynthia and Mary, and a friend. Joyce (
Island last week after a visit of three month spent Another daughter Mrs. Harry N. Young of Minot Kait. arrived last week to spend several weeks with '
with friends and relatives in England. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. was unable to be there. Also present were Mrs. Rozamus mother Mrs. Helen T. Taylor at
Jones formerly lived on 85th Street Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer's grandchildren Cynthia and her home on Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach.
MR. AND MRS. RAY ROSZELL and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Palmer IV of Menlo Park and Deborahand MR. AND MRS. DAN MAGEE of Memphis. Tenn..
Bobby Conrad and family all of Hamilton Ohio are George P. Schmahl of Cocoa. Others who wereat and children Cam and J. D.. have been visiting Mr.
vacationing at the Gulf Manor Bradenton Beach. the reception were Mrs. W. C. Palmer III; Mr. Magee'a parents Mr. and Mrs.J. D.Magee Tampaand
MR. ANDMRS.MICHAEL DZIAGWA of Des Plaines. and Mrs. Manfred Schmitt of Tampa and Mr. and 9604 Gulf Drive Anna Maria for a week before
Ill., and their sons Jim and David are visiting Mrs. Mrs. Forrest D. Chapman of San Juan Puerto Rico they move from Memphis to Naples. Mr. Magee will
Dziagwa's parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Karr of and their four children. Mrs. Schmitt is the daughterof work for Hall and Sallcy. Interior designers and
Bay Boulevard. Anna Maria. Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Chapman is the daughterof decorators.MR. .
MRS. GEORGE THRALL of Gladiolus Street Anna Mrs. Paul Carlisle of Anna Maria and a niece of AND MRS. LINCOLN BROWNELL of Saigon
Maria returned home this week after undergoing Mr. and Mrs. Palmer.Mr. and their three sons. Bartlett Richard and Peter
surgery at Manatee Memorial Hospital. and Mrs. W. R. Kermode of Anna Maria enter- are guests of Mrs. Brownell's mother Mrs. Irene
MR. AND MRS. JOHN OSTENBRIDGE of tained in Mr. and Mrs. Palmer's honor at a cocktail Gaskill of Gulf Drive Anna Maria their first visitto
Hawthorne. N. J., and their daughter. Mrs. Joan party and buffet dinner at their home on Wednesday this country in two and a half years.
Maloof. and her sons. Joe and John are vacationingat evening. Following the reception in their honor on MR. AND MRS. WALTER HANSEN of Bradenton
the Cole Cottage in Anna Maria. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertainedthe Beach returned home recently from a visit to j
MRS. RAY HARDY of 72nd Street. Holmes Beach family group at dinner at the Holmes Beach Yacht Washington D. C.. where they were guests of their
left recently for an extended tour of New York State Club. son-in-law and daughter. Major and Mrs. Lester
during which she will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer were married in Manila Barnes and their daughter Judy. They toured
MR. AND MRS. LAURITS PETERSEN of Holmes July 23, 1914 by the Rev. Edwin F. Lee who later Washington and spent two days at the New York
Beach are spending two months in Syracuse N. Y. became the Methodist Bishop of Singapore. At the World's Fair. Major and Mrs. Barnes have now
MRS. JOHN F. CLARK of Washington. D. C.. and time Mr. Palmer was working as a civil engineerfor left Washington for Hawaii where Major Barnes
her three daughters are visiting Mrs. Stewart Haw- various government bureaus public health land will be stationed. They plan a leisurely drive to the
kins and Mrs. Kenyon C. Crum of Anna Maria. Mrs. public works and the City of Manila. lie continuedto west coast before taking a ship to Hawaii.
Clark is a sister of Mrs. Hawkins and Mrs. Crum. work there most of the time until the outbreak of
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES McCORMICK of Holmes World War II, when he was transferred to Central
Beach are vacationing at Greentown. Pa. for several America and later to Panama. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer
weeks. have lived In this area since his retirement in 1956.
MRS. PETE REYNARD of 59th Street. Holmes MISS MARY F. DOBBE daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Beach underwent surgery at Manatee Memorial Frank Dobbe of Havcrkos Court Holmes Beach has t, 8 #
Hospital last week and is reported to be recovering been attending a five-week program of Intensive
rapidly.MR. music study for high school students which was held ..rj
AND MRS. CARL F. SCOTT of 57th Street during July at the University Cincinnati's Coli eRe.
Holmes Beach plan to leave early next month for a Conservatory of Music's summer Camp-on-Campus.
trip to Hawaii. On the way they will visit Mr. Scott's Sponsored by the university's summer school the
brother in Claremont Calif. program covered choral and Instrumental music. "''- /
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MAYOR AND MRS. HARVEY G. MEYER of Anna Opportunity is provided for students to perform in :
Maria are spending a short vacation in Oak Park public concerts and recitals.
Ill., where they are visiting members of their Miss Dobbe a senior at Manatee High School also
families. attended the program In 1963. She Is a talented
MR. AND MRS. EARLE CROMER of Crescent pianist and a member of several choral groups at
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Illinois and Wisconsin for a few weeks. MRS. I. R. POLLARD of Bradenton Beach Is a lU
MR. AND MRS. HENRY W.DOWNS JR.are expected patient at Manatee Memorial Hospital where she SUMMERTIME! !
to return to the Island this week from Lennox P. Q. underwent eye surgery last week. (t.1.11d.1' Photo by Ron R..!...)

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE. .,

BERNARD MISSION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA
(CATHOLIC) IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 14303.37WILLIAM
Rev. Francis r. Welamiller CHARLES ARMSTRONG eel
Plaintiff ..earns
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SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am DORA ,JOYCE LEGGETT ARM
STRONG.Defendant..
WEEKDAYS: H am .

HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pin NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OF .
WEDNESDAYS: 7:: 0 om FLORIDATOs
DORA,JOYCE LECCETT ARM. t.T"k t.
STRONG 61 OtleUtorpo Park
Horvoy Memorial ChurchNonDenominational St. Simon. Island GeorgiaIT
( I) IS HEREBY ORDERED that you r, 'r. 1
and file and serve
do appear your
Bradenton B..ch
Answer or other written defon_. to
R.". A. W. Sim ma the sworn Complaint for Divorce filed
SUNDAY: herein against you and that you mo
appear and file your Answer or other
9:10: am Sunday School written defenses with the Clerk of
Circuit Court In and for Manatee
County Florida at the Court Houae
Christian Sclonco Sorvlco at Bradenion. Florida on or before 1w3 -
the 22nd day of August A.D.. 1961.and .
A. M. Community Howeo that you alao aerve a copy of your uI t'
Answer or other written defeneee on
SUNDAY: PlalntUTa Attorney JAMES M.WAL Island residents who sponsored and bowled in the
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN LACE whose addreaa .. Poet Office
Box 1..9(C4l0-2th St. Bradenton.) summer women's league. Left to right are Gladys
SCIENCE SERVICE. Florida, and this you will not omit Arkebauer Peg Hottman. Phyllis Chapman Mary
lest the and set forth
things
matters
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH and alleged In said Complaint wUI betaken VerMett Phyllis Moc Edith Schaldenbrand and
....,. L.. Remit.. P..I.r .. confessed by you and upon Bertie Keith. Mrs. Schaldenbrand and Mrs. VerMettof Iv

FRIDAY: confeeeo the pain entered of having against a you.decree pro the Island Furniture Center Inc. sponsored the Pretty visitor to the Holmes Beach Yacht Club

7:30 pm Deacons' Meeting WITNESS my hand and official seal league.! ISLANDER PHOTO) pressed into service as a "chef." Marina Raftis. a
this neb day of July A.D.. 1964.
New York cousin of Pete Reynard posing at one of
SUNDAY: SEAL) M.T.McINNIS.
8:45 am Sunday School Clerk Byi Elaine off Circuit SnyderDeputy Court Island Real Estate SalesMr. the ranges In the club kitchen. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

10:00 am Worship Service JAMES M. WALLACE Clark and Mrs. Steve Mrs. Olga Hylton Marsh Dick Wagner. Realtor and the Gordon Douglas

2:30 pm Fellowship Hour. Attorney for' Plaintiff Schiro of Tampa recently and Dorothy Ketcham of of Bradenton Beach lists Co. of Chicago. Ill. have

Grades 6 through 9 420 Brademon.-121h St., Florida W... purchased a Bay front Longboat Key have pur- the following recent lot purchased home sites in

5:30 pm Concord Choir 723. 30} .-0 ft 13.'64 home site on Bay Boulechased Lot 9. Block 17. sales on the Island: Mr. the Bimini Bay Sub-

6:30 pm Worship Service vard South. Anna Maria Anna Maria Beach Subdivision and Mrs. George R. Edd t v t s i o n. Anna Maria

MONDAY: UNCLASSIFIEDadvanaftlsN from Mrs. Evelyn B. (corner of North miston of Riverview. Mr. from Col. and Mrs. Fran-

9:00 am WMU Ex. Comm. required Fiske of Anna Maria. Mr. Shore Drive and Magnoliaand and Mrs. John Chewy cis A. Chilson. Bradenton.

10:00 am WMU Gen. Meet. S .....-. ..-.-..* minimumFOR Mrs. Schiro. well Avenue), from Mr. and
TUESDAY: known sports fishermen Mrs. William H. Martin BUILDER OF HOMES ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
KENTl; Two-bedroom bouea by House suitable for Island Licensed Electrical
7:00 pm Church Choir week month or _aeon. 113-TVth St.. in this area plan to build Jr. of Anna Maria and c I lima '. and condition Contractors
H-lm... Beech Call '77'.279YBAA |. their permanent home on Sheffield. Ala. Gulf
WEDNESDAY: AROUND Romodollna. Additions & Drive at Pine Avenue
6:00 pm Fellowship !lour. TENANCEi MOWING.PROPERTY TRIMMING MAIN- the site in the near future. The transaction was negotiated Repairs. Trustworthy L. (ROY) FERGUSON

Grades 1 5 EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- Ralph Parrish of Parrish by Gertrude ...1_... given. PHONES: Day 778-2143
through ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. Realty. Anna Maria handled Blassingame Realtor of NORMAN ROSEDALE Night 7782059Gary's
7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms PROMPT EFFICIENT SE"VICE.pl"a Anna Maria 778.1410
REASONABLE RATES--References. this sale. Anna Maria.

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting KEN FELLOWS 30 PHONE> 771.2194 I I I ___ __ _ _ ____ I
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Roe. Mamarlol ChurchN.nD..rt.5..11..1) -Pop SALCi Bayfront 5e*vailed Lot Smilaiid Garden Center HIBISCUS HEADQUARTERS
73th St.. *
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( I Lot. 76th Palm Dr.. Docking ft Shrubs Palms Trees
"... "'.".r4 K. Wieele Beach Privilege. .. 3300. Pour Lots 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH -
SALT RESISTANT PLANTING
P..I.rTIIURSDAY close to Anna Maria stone 32 s 145.
91.65O each. Blmlnl Bay canalfront.
: $3.OOO up. Mahar ....Ic'. 77th ft Gulf WATCH FOR CHINCH I DUGS & FUNGUS IN PHELPS NURSERV
Cantus Choir Drive' Holm** Bwh. Call 771-1 50.
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1933: Cbev. Excellent condUlun-goud 309 Pine Ave.. Anna Maria CltNEEDED
SUNDAY: tires and battery." Your beet buy any. FOR YOUR LAWN PROBLEMS.
9:00 am Worship Service where. TRY IT ft YOU WILL. BUY IT.
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10:00 am Sunday School AFAHlMUNr;; FOR Hl:;NTt Couples BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER FOR '
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T ... ... *" Maria. .Snooping Area. Large,..well.. E I
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TUESDAY: ISO lne per te. kitchen mo. Jack* be Marshall,,,. Yearly Realtor.basis Quality & Variety i;

9:30 am Deaconess Mcetln;g Mft.M.HNCfjV'V.-Mrli? 77a-2fti4l CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON W

at home of Mrs. Max H. .Musi WANTED Be Priced To UUYi Right.. neacn P. r.gst O. BootSqiVTsmps. ty ARMOUR STAR Junior Twrkay-6 to 8 Lb. Av.-Lb......39f

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7:30 Church Council You or Your Car A..mar..AnUm.
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Church of Th. Annunciation' Houeo FOR.RENTi; Twonedruom.Tworunt ABOARD THE ADMIRALSTACKLE KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP Solod Drasalno-Qt...............49*
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A nna Maf la ;3-
9:15 am Sunday School Hedroum. 1Ww....... ...... Large
t 11:00 Service Florida a_. la Iccaied en CaJkaUM ABSTRACT COMPANIES GARDEN STORES Key Royale Homes. Inc.
am Worship .... t.... WUI rooecoraia to United Abstract & Title Ins. Co. Gary's Sunland Garden Center Larchmont Development Corp.
&. Sennon .
7ts-1'
-HHtr u-AILLT. t\. .... l u .eaitwwus BEAUTY SHOPS GIFTS Mahar Realty
Gloria' Dal Evangelical I. time for iks sals .e Webs'. Dottle's Driftwood Galleries Jack Marshall

Lutheran Church 1.Ia.4 fUA f4svmary. ,...' .tat..4,..... _barlsiatw 23 FL.S.swsLl.d EER DISTRIBUTORS Sand Dollar Gift Shop Parrish Realty
".". ,...... w. Ul.. .*..... c- Ftawtag.. S Larp Sarasota Beverage, Inc. GROCERIES John B. Prothero

,r SUNDAY: R.ws tlirwwrtsi. 2.J Car Itailkaj Cara Large,e, TUe Plortoaa BUILDING SUPPLIES: Handy Dandy Dick Wagner

9:15 am Church School la.idst.dl Ie.rcwnl eye .*N .:-I; Holmea{ Beach Supplies Inc. IGA Foodliner George Wagner Realty
t bass air CuMliii 10:30 am Worsltlp Service Chilean. Ave. Anna Maria,O lr H.tv .)0) CHIROPRACTORS HOBBY SHOPS RESTAURANTS
!-_C..n TRW I-2117. Dr. Charles A. Weaver Island Hobby Shop Holmes Beach Yacht Club


r The 'Blend IIuaS.XItOUMDTatPSPItOM ONTRACTORS Building s. Norman Roncdale INSURANCE Bay Area Insurance SAVINGS Le Chanteclair& LOAN ASSOCIATIONS

Electrical" Anna Marla Electric Wyman. Green & Blalock. Inc. Palmetto Fed. Savings & Loan

1 iF i VMADCMTOM DAILY Masonry W. R. Kcrmixlc LAUNDRIES SCHOOLS

, ; CXCCPT Painting Harry M. Rife Beach Bendix Laundry Somers College

SUNDAYTH Plumbing Schuchard Plumbing LINEN RENTAL
SERVICE STATIONS
.. t l 0-....... .
, DAIRY PRODUCTS Linen Rental Service lufflnes Standard Service
Hood** Dairy LIQUOR STORES TRAILER PARKS
ALWAYS A SPECIALIt
, DRUGS Beach Liquor Store Gulf ParkUTILITY
6Ip Webb's Island Pharmacy MARINAS '
; ...U ..... Ml.. pe>oo COMPANIES
, .0 ..)..t vle>.. .. a.ony. FISHING Bayou Marina Inc. Manatee County Water Co.

I .......1...' tlilw.s we 1.- ... Admirals NURSERIES VARIETY STORES
.. .,..*. W. co.*t ./fore) Itl Rod & Reel: Pier Phelps Nursery Island Variety Store
FLORISTS PROPERTY MAINTENANCE WATER CONDITIONING

Droo In rW o ..., ol oe). Reaaoner & Anson Ken Fellows Water Softening Co.

****rwo. See IW |roor. .alf. .. FUNERAL HOMES RADIO & TELEVISION WIGS

1 ...***,yow fvlone' )*. Wo aMp. Grifflth-Cline Island Chapel Island TV Darlene Angell

FURNITURE REAL ESTATE WOMEN'S APPAREL STORES

driftwood ", Ieries Engel Home Furn. & Appliance Gertrude Blasslngarne Inex
P"
: (Cort. >Kao4 A MOl SIrftoC.fT' Island Furniture Center Inc. Walter S. Hardin Irene'sI

Jack Holmes Realty

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July 30. 1964 THE ISLAN1>f:R Page 7I


I ISLAND REAL ESTATE I




GULF FRONT DUPLEX This Is Lot Buying Time

Located in Holmes Beach-2 BR Each Side REMARKABLE- BARGAIN

CB Constr..CretedFurnishedGood
Beach 100 ft off' Bayfront, Seawalled
Reduced from $25,000 to $19.500 for Quick Sale MAKE AN OFFER
EASY TERMS _ "V-x.

HIGH LOT, Conveniently Located,
JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED
\ Four new homes already built. $1,6501
ReAL ESTATE .KOKCK-sALES& RENTALS .
--=--..... -
.
.;- 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach !: CANAL LOT 75 x 47, $30001
.. = .. 4J., : _
.
.
_:L-' .- ...:-'" ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR

y Front home at 907 North Shore Drive. Anna JACK'S COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
aria which has been purchased by Dr. and Mrs.
....
/ SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brkr.S U i n-77a-2154
Layton Bergquist of Lakeland and Anna Mariaom .
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cook of Bartow. The sales BARGAIN BOARDANNA ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
handled by Jack Marshall Realtor of Anna
aria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) MARIAA

NICE Two-Bedroom home with garage If You Haven't Seen
on two beautifully landscaped lots8000.
THIS DANDY Duplex is in A-l Condition.
Very nicely furnished--has two wooded lots.
TWO LOTS in the North Point Section, SEASIDE COURTWe
convenient to Gulf. On paved street Doth
for 3300.

HOLMES BEACH
Invite YourInspection
NEW 3-Dedroom 2-Bath Canal Front
home reduced to Just 19400.An exceptionalbuy.
See 608 Key Royale Drive--TODAY!

BRADENTON BEACH

A BEAUTIFUL Bay Front property in
exceptionally fine condition. TwoBedroomhome
with double garage maid's room.
Long dock. All for $12.000--on TERMS.
>me at 2216 Avenue C,Bradenton Beach purchased
:ently by Mr. and Mrs.Paul B.Baker of Mansfield.
RealtorM
,io. from Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fenton of Bradenton JACK MARSHALL -
ach. Sale was negotiated by C. V."Bud"Hottman. &M Building 778-2614" Anna Maria
alesman associated with Dick Wagner Realtor of
aden ton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) JACK HOLMES Realtor
Are You Looking?
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY SEESGeorge Office 6101 Marina Dr.

!..<. 1991 Wagner
".'H' 'f_, ..., ,..... ,.....-.
52* 12tfe It W., ..ADaH'TOH. .LA. - ...... 'J.I...54tBIMINI REALTY

I Island Shopping C.at.r

lAY ESTATES Or PHONE WRITE 778-2444 BOX 1012 LflBCHfflQOT l DEV6LOPIH81T' f COflPflflflTIOfl(

ANNA MARIA
OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN O...c.W.p...( 11.x........ .
7* 7 .d 9.
All.** Pifc.A.*......
<< -t.-.,
CITY OF ANNA MARIA Presents
- -

, U you are looking for an outstanding valuein JUST LISTED
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches Fully Furnished Home 11V .
BIMINI I BAY ESTATES has much to offer.
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for near the Gulf. Stores

information. and Post Office. Quiet t"L M
k JfflJ

Residential Section--

Only 6 Canal Lots SEE TIllS TODAY FOR ,

GULF DRIVECO
To Sell ONLY $13,5001 KMATIVK
A "A"rWCHTa
c.4e-w.: 0-......
owHtr said liquidate at Call Ralph Parrish ....-.........--.-...
or Peggy Moor.Plrrish HOLMES BEACH
A.._.... .. : ANNA MAltA IS1ANO
$3000 eachSIZE l..ety

75x147-op to 5 Years to PAY P.o.PI...,.........,1.
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN INSPECTION
* * * * 7781902.. 77-2121

2 BR-2 Bath Bayfront Furnished Home
Pick Yours NOW
WIDOW GONE NORTH-MUST SELL

$14OOO-OOOD TERMS-Must Be Seen WORLD'SFAIR Prices Increase Aug. 1st


DICK WAGNER FEATURING
HOUSE - -

q.....P......a.M...... a./.......01..r.M...?. C..t.w Ah i1.S4 WMta
REALTOR 778-2663 And other Model Homes ........
Tel.
..a T..-1.11...A..1.w wCaaOwt.,it e--.a Ar C aM/rbeoat..1
... ........
. = /p
.-....f-.l.-i... r.- A.awd 4 s.
2217 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH OPEN DAILY ............ta..w E.-A..w...t...Tfw.O.t. +l T__..r1t...TI...1#..c
.........f.q, r....-.. ,.acs..I slw+ TV A.--a
AT KEY icrr> ca.:: ............. a c--.. TV w..T"' __o..a...
FOR BEST RESULTSfIMHflS a.....Paw j-4..... ---....V.... r...____r" .
ROYALEWEEK 9....1..-,.&.c--e._...... a.I.. .._'rs.t.E_. w.h.r- ...o, rw..ca0......
..... -a .1 -----..............-4. P....

[
10.6 DAYS for 'Information Contact Robert S. Cable,


SUNDAYS Sa/I.. Manager Phone 778.1611ursday
in The Islander 1.6



Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday.July 30, 1964

. ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


a ?teeu9att

/You'll find low prices Y rcbLJ UI\N\r.tw.. <;,earn, iNe. _e 7 $a94

[ Quality Merchandise HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER

\Courteous Service Clearance Sale...

of TtaIA.a .
1Iro ,
-. _O.M Free Gift & Mail Wrap
.
-- t" SItiI.oltl Joint Dwjrf*.r rSWIM
ALL- l! I -I--t c -p


Shop at HOMEWE SUMMER r HOURS 1/3 1 OFF SUIT: SALEFAMOUS : -


CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
FOLDING I DS*tAIT CBItS.
RENT HSE
LAY *DIAfERS MAKERS
HIGH CHAIRS LINENS *SUNSATHING COTS
STROLLERS *ILANXCTS NEED INSULATING ?
Linen Rental Service 771-1472 1 & 2 Piece Styles
214.54th St. Holmes BeachABU
CALL US 778-1131
REDUCED !
Call 778-2012 FOR BIDS
i/4-1/3-1/2
R. C. SCHUCHARD
ON INSULATION .' . . . . . . . a
IJ1) PL.LJMDINO CONTRACTOR Blown In > Many Dresses Reduced
5306 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
:; 1/4-1/3 -1/2 :
PLUMBING FIXTURES SUPPLIES.PUMPS, REPAIRS or Batts Look for the Yellow TAGS s
.> misses S half sizes .
BE COOL Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. . . . . . . . . .

BE COMFORTABLE 778-1131 SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
with a _

'Be &t aa--- LA7.Mor -- Phon.P1.n .
"NOISELESS"Air .. 7781161CHOICE
Conditioner paint by number i.c S Ka rn+en 4 Women

0,300 28,000 BTU 0" Jead l/eeuee
r
MEATS & PRODUCE
As Low As $158.88 Many Designs To Choose From

Free Installation: on MOST Models .f I' HANDY DANDYOPEN

CHECK THE WARRANTY & 7 O1tfMt
-.Ifn.: ,.
r S.V. 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
The NOISELESS MODELS & C Mt D.n.I/
EVERY DAY

YOU WILL BUY ;,RMILCO ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONALL .
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NEW MODELS IN STOCK SALE HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
********: A a 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
:,..,. KEDETTES CALL 778-1771
ISLAND TV 778-1703 NIGHT 778-1440

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes BlvdWTcR ,,=-\ 53.99 REG $2.99 A... Maria Island's Oily
.... .
s. Sy )10
NocrowLAST a...dl_ LICENSED CAR DEALER
_
\ ., CALLI! GET THEM NOW! BrickRa.bl.' .,.,..Dod4...O.d9.D.rtPlr..evtli
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''I I"a, ""."\,,.,.,, ...-.". "'" ISLAND VARIETY STORE 77JM021 (EACH LIQUOR I STOREHolmes

t I i < Beach One-Stop Shopping. Center

,. RK 1:. N(7 Pick Up Your GIN fifths $2.99
.;, ,! I Ii r VODKA.- _ _
,,1 !
f'o I \ Gordon's Vodka qt. $3.99

i tor- Calvert Extra 5th $4.49
FREE 1964Hurricane
U. l 0 Old Crow 5th $ .29..
i 1::. J" Kessler 5th $3.59
I' : Walker's Gin 5th 3 forlO.OO
I t ; J chemically i pure Chartsat f-
\\It j from Fleischmann's Vodka qt $3.99 ---

r : 6 Pack
BLACK LABEL
t'
1. t
: .\ Manatee County Water BUSCH BAVARIAN a' emus'it
reagnsurance OLD MILWAUKEE r i _
to Company !(:Bay T
(lHCOUOUnO) Ron Phone 778-2023 Bob
(
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....
.1 I .u are.: 778-7697 778-7548
FOR FREE DELIVERY
I .
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Shoppiw8 G.t.r Holm .och Florid
; T.U|kon. 778.2022 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon NOW IN STOOC-Bottfed Miller; High Life




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