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: August 6, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



665 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUGUST 6. 1964 TEN CENTS


Miller Trailers --"t-- _- J Busy Anna Maria MeetingDrag I

Promotes Ted Tripp racing on the city Robert Doughaday. who

Miller Trailers Inc. of streets city pier sanitary lives on Pine Avenue told
Bradenton has announcedthe facilities, and the local the commission that minors -

promotion of Ted post office situation were were being served
Tripp to the newly created j among the subjects discussed alcoholic beverages at a
position of vice presidentin 4 at the meeting of liquor establishment in
charge of sales. the Anna Maria City Com- the city in violation of

.... mission Monday evening. state regulations. He offered -
kr ..1. Vice Mayor Robert R. to give names of the
; Moses who presided at minors involved saying

the meeting, said steps there were teen-age boysin
would be taken to "stopthe the establishment sev-
drag racing and hot en nights a week.
k roddln in the city. Cox said he and Commissioner -
Commissioner Gene Cox Tom McKayhad
read a letter from Congressman discussed the possi-
1r
k James A. Haley bility of an Islandwldc
: Exterior and interior views of coin Adams shown in pictures above with relative to the selection police force with Mayor'
changing machine stolen from Gray's machine in trunk of his car. A resident of a permanent postmaster Elmer G. Twist and Alderman -
a i Econowash Laundry in Holmes Beach of the area saw the machine near 52nd in Anna Maria City. Sidney G. Brownof
a few months ago. The machine was Street, and notified Adams. It had (Letter reprinted on Page HolmcM Beach. He reported -
recovered a few days ago by Holmes been broken open and its contents 2 of this issue). that Holmes Beach
Beach Police Chief W. H. Snooks S15O) removed. (Islander: (Phi is) W. G. Thomas of the Is not ready to proceedwith
County 1 health Department such a proposal until
Longtime Island/ ResidentDr. Bookmobile ComingThe urged the commission to the return to the city of

1 now JIO.OOO book- have the sanitary facili- former Mayor Pete Nllo .
George H. Clark DiesDr. mobile was delivered to ties at the city fishing who is on an extended
TED TRIPP
pier moved off the pier trip to Europe.
with his wife and George H.Clark. 8O, built at 618 Concord Lane. personnel at Bradcmon'ttlibrary
Tripp. this and and installed on the shore. Cox said he felt the
week
four children, lives on a former Rochester.N. Y. Key Royale.Dr. The matter will be given Island needs an auxiliary
will be into service
physician and retired U.S. Clark a native of put
North Shore Drive. Anna further consideration. police I i organization to
about Aug. 18. accordingto
Army lieutenant colonel Webster N. Y., attended
Maria.
He joined Milleras Commission approved"in handle emergencies that
Mrs. Catherine Rum-
died of a heart attack Cornell for
University two
a salesman in 1952. principle" a requestby might urine.
of the library staff.
and in 1954. was made Wednesday. July 29. in years after he graduated soy Mrs. Ramsey said the S. C. Schiro the city City Clerk Mrs. Fran
Watertown. N. Y.. where from East High School. lie
general sales manager a bookmobile holds 1.8OO Install drainage Spring Maxon reported a balancein
position he has held until he and his wife were visit- received his medical degree volumes. Some of those A ve.. where Schiro plans the city treasury of

his recent promotion.In ing friends.Dr. from Syracuse books have been borrowed to build 12 duplexoH. $17.073.29 with current
his and Mrs. Clark had University.In Muses told the bllU of ..06
new position. Tripp from the state library in meetinghe $ to pay.A .
will be in charge of the made their home on the World War I I. Dr. Tallahassee while others had discussed with the permit for a beer and

company's fleet sales, its Island since Dr. Clark'sretirement Clark served as a captain will be borrowed from the Inland Sanitation Servicea wine license for Henry
division and public from practiceand and after the war was a plan to have the service Bouchard was approved.tlouchrtl .
export,, _.. tho in 1(,). Carnegie Library.
Army .3. lie m ior in the lOHth Infan- -'n.. 't'huc.day. NuK. l '0'". Ur..h tttrout&houtthe IK tho U\4u'.n. _.
was a Rochester derma-
try Regiment of the .
r Following the announce- 27. the bookmobile will City around tho year ot a restaurant on Gulf
ment of his promotion in tologist for about 50 years National Guard servingas visit the Island the second rather than in two semiannual Drive. ,.
a telephone interview last and maintained an officeat regimental surgeon. and fourth Thursdays of trash pickup. The A letter from WilliamA.
week. Tripp said Miller his home at 659 Gene- When the Guard was fed- each month. On those days additional cost to the city Bloockor was road.
manufactures several see Street.On eralized in 1939. and sent It will be at the Anna would be only $200 more Bloockor a resident of
of truck semitrailer the Island they livedon overseas as a unit of the than and White
types Maria Community house at present residents Avenue Anna Maria -
the Gulf on Pepper Tree Rainbow Division. Dr.
units. Included arc from 10 to ll:30a.m.and I would not have to protested a paving
trailers for furniture Lane. Holmes Beach but Clark was promoted to at the Island I Shopping pay for the service. Tho assessment made on him
as well as for dry freightand were having a new home (Continued on Page 3)) Center noon to 2 p.m. plan will be considered. by Holmes Boach.

refrigerated freight.
The company also makes Prominent Island ResidentF. lltY Island 'Coons

custom trailers and truck Moving To Mainland
bodies and installs hydraulic P. Stanley Dies Suddenlywas
lift tailgate units AN tho pictures at the
Parks of left will attest tho Island
manufactured elsewhere.It Fordyce Stanley. one organizers w
also Is active in making 71, of 530 77th Street of the Island Bank, and raccoons are a subject of
"piggyback" trailers for Holmes Beach died at U *w great Interest with mahy
use both on the highwayand Manatee Memorial hospital l residents. A number of
railroads. Islanders go to no end of
on Theyarc Saturday evening.
r. M
loaded in the usual Aug. 1.Born. trouble and some expense
1 iyyu to food the animals.On .
In
then
manner placed on TrumanHburg.
special railroad flatcars N. Y., Mr. Stanley moved tho other hand many
and then hauled to distant to the Island 12 years ago other resident look upon
cities where they once from Litchfield County. d r Mx4Y the 'coons merely 1 as

more become truck pulled Conn. He was a 32nd Degree ad posts, and point to tho
trailer units.Miller's Mason and a charter ,' damage they do.
principal mar- member of the Troy N. Y. An active though unorganized -

ket for its trailers is the Masonic Lodge and was a project Is now
southeastern part of the member of the EplHCopal being carried on to reduce
United States Centraland Church of The Annuncia F.F tho number of 'coons on
South America and tion. 4 tho Island Several persons -

the British Weat Indies. lie was elected to the use traps borrowed
Some export trailers arc Holmes Beach Board of from the S. I'. C. A. to

shipped knocked down and Aldermen In 19S5, and catch tho 'coons, which
then assembled by the nerved aH president of are then taken to tho
F. P. STANLEYwas S. P. C. A.'s Bradonton
the the board for a
customer. Tripp nay year; wan
company employs about president of the Island one of Its vice preal headquarters& on SVih St.
West and released. In the
380 persona In Its Bra- Kiwanis Club three yearn (Continued on Pagr II)
wooded there.
denton plant and another area
Area Makes Personnel' the shelter
6O to 7O in company owned Group SCUBA Diving Trip
estimate the number thus
branches. in Jacksonville Several area young people specimens.' Mrs. Cobb Isa
moved at "several hundred.
Orlando. Miami Tampaand all members of the professional 'InstructorIn -
(!llrcchlln f l''oco.J
Lakeland. ArrOtler- Conde SCUBA SCUBA diving I techniques -
Before moving to the Club. left Saturday the and Keeler .Is a
I* I ..iI n d. Tripp was an Florida keys. They will teacher of marine biologyat ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
account executive for a be chaperoned and supervised Manatee Junior Col-
.....1.,.
Washington D. C. advertising by Prof. and Mrs. I lege. w.T....

agency. Carl Keeler and Mr. and Original' plans were to fAil ............. )
He has been very active Mrs. Louis "Humbug" make the trip by boat but N.... ... "Jel-
in civic and community Cobb of Holmes Boach. a last minute change 'In e.1Y N L
** s 2Kl *. s7 .06
28--7
affair on the Island. lie They planned to stay atlalamor.ld.a. plans was necessary and /
.
a
a'112 90 yd
served a term a* mayorof and to visit the trip' was made bycar. Juf2377JSy
X>--tt'2JIil Alb CJ ,99O $6 .3:
Anna Maria City. I* a the John Pcnnekamp Coral Club m<<'mbfrabo made
former president of the Reef State Park, where the trip:' were BarbaraPitt. .Jrly * Island Chamber of Commerce they will dive for marine Larry Green." James ACJ..WZ 7n 91 17 ltY'Act. 0fW
and has been the Cooper. Marlon Gr h.am. 2-.0 M wslustre
chairman of the Zoning City of Anna Marta for Charles. BlUer' and William A... --110 S 4 4L'J 91 843Th tlorMYongo
Adjustment Board of the ten years. CortJ In.





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PaRe 2 TIE ISLANDER I Thursday, August 6,1 J



Islander Editorials ;ense ant) . .

by THE EDITORLast


When The Livin' Is Easy . week in an article about visiting author w. r

Summertime . and where Is It better or more Gordon Gaskill we misquoted crocodiles.him quite What unintentionally he said was-
of
pleasant than right here on Anna Maria Island? on the subject betweencrocodiles ; I
Each year it seems as if a greater number of that the old story about the difference ,.t ,__) _ ,
the
That is,
was untrue.
half or and alligators, FNWinning +
vacationers from all sections of the eastern
it
to be (and we produced
seems
The lists of popular conception
of the
three-quarters country agree.
has fixed Jaw while .
guests at the Island motels are larger this year than right on cue) that the alligator one isn't M MMBwamM vi mvj M w** m BH BHBlBCiiL Bmm fB l
during any summer of the past five or six. the crocodile doesn't. That last part is what model cars, and the trophies and rihhnl

The number of "year around" residents, who in true--both are the same in that respect--according awarded in a model-:car contest at the Island Hob!

former years, spent from several weeks to several to Gaskill and we will be the last to argue the point. Shop. Award winners in the senior division !

months of each summer in the north, is becoming lie claims that this bit of fokelore was either started animal.by Wayne Adams, 1st, and Larry MacDonald, 2nd Hoi

smaller. Many have expressed the opinion that they an ancient seer who had never seen RO.s orable mentions went to Ken Waldo, 1st and 2nd a2
enjoy the Island summers much more than they did Okay Gordon? Will that satisfy the legal Dale Carlson, 3rd. In the Junior division, Charil!

those in the north, and therefore are making any trips department? Faulds won top honors, with Randy Bricker 2n1
M ff H Honorable mentions were awarded to Tad Muncactl1st
north, short trips.So :
week's moonshot. And
those parttime residents of the Island, who Great news about last far ; Rex Huffine, 2nd; Paul Waldo 3rd, and ch3
never have sampled the Island's summers, should reassuring too that our space shooters are it Smith. 4th. A special award was made to Job /

make plans to do so. What is it really like? Great! enough advanced so that they could carry how-out Boozer one of the youngest contestants. (Island
Warm, yes. But the maximum temperature is quite exactly as planned. Just a little anticlimactic Photo) s
predictable--91 or 92 degrees. Never anything suchas ever, coming as it did, several weeks after Dick

the 98's and 99's which have been shown on Tracy et al had already been there and RETURNED! . .LETTERS

television for the northern half of the country. Lotsof ft ff it e

sunshine, and those rainy, gloomy days area real Three or four of our readers have sent in the

rarity. When it rains here, it rains hard, so that it following item: July 31, 1964
can get it over with and get back to the sunshine. Both of our Presidents. Lincoln and Kennedy were Mr. H. E. Cox

For the swimmers, the water is never better; for concerned with the issue of civil rights. 408 Pine Avenue

the fishermen, the fishing is never better, and for Lincoln was elected in 1860. Kennedy was elected in Anna Maria Florida
finer' 1960. Dear Mr. Cox:
everyone, the weather is never
Both were slain on Friday and in the presence of This is in reference to your letter of July 28th I li

Tough Proposition their wives. which you Inquire further about the examination whit
Their successors, both named Johnson, were South- was given in January for the Anna Maria Post Offlcl

A letter from Congressman James A. Haley to erners, Democrats and had previously served in the position.As .

Anna Maria Commissioner Gene Cox is reprinted on U. S. Senate. I wrote you on April 30th, we expected to haya

the opposite side of this page. In the letter, Haley Andrew Johnson was born in 1808. Lyndon Johnsonwas register of eligibles for this appointment with!

gives the reasons the Civil Service Commission has born in 1908. the immediate future. My last report from the Civfl

given for not having been able to draft"register of John Wilkes Booth was born in 1839. Lee Harvey Service Commission on this register was a telephoncall

cliglblcs" for the position of postmaster in Anna Oswald was born in 1939. on July 24th. ]

Maria, based on the results of an examination given Both Booth and Oswald were Southerners favoring You will recall that the Civil Service Comm isslo

last January. 1'unpopular ideals. not only administers the exam but evaluates the test]

Among the reasons given is that the Commissionwas Both Presidents' wives lost children through death personal questionaires, and conducts the necessar

having difficulty in finding out where some of
the people who took the exam actually resided. Andto Lincoln's secretary, whose name was Kennedy only when the Commission has certified the top thre

resolve this difficulty, the Commission had foundIt i idviscd him not to go to the theater, and President persons on the complete exam as a register ol

necessary to call for a special field investigation I Cennedys secretary, whose name was Lincoln, eligibles. On March 17th I was assured that a registei

which would take about 90 davs. t idvlscd him not to go to Dallas.RESOLUTION. probably could be established within six weeks. 0
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This is so ridiculous that "it is hardly worth any July 8th we called the Commission attempting tcj

comment. All those who took the exam apparently I ascertain the cause for the delay and a possible date

reside where they said they did, and all but one or on which I might have the register. Our LJaisor

two possible exceptions have resided in the city long; BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF COUNTY Officer told me very candidly that the Commission!

enough to pass that particular qualification.What COMMISSIONERS Manatee County Florida that was having a difficult time in finding out where some!
is the real reason for the delay?It takes very the Board does hereby express Its sincere regrets of the people who took the exam actually resided. On'

little imagination to figure it out--and to decide what concerning the recent death of the HONORABLE July 24th he again advised that the Commission had

"' "'"""',*iv. .i% h about: ( ttuEiMovanor oty htyaat4: of official double JAMES O. FERGUSON. Mayor of the City of Anna had such difficulty in resolving ttueatlonaconc rnin 4
taIL ti\n T.* on ttor tot:aptto\.n"nK"postmaster Marta Florida. addresses and other statements that it had bee|
in Anna Maria. The fault is not that of Mr. Haley--it This Board hereby takes the opportunity to necessary to call for a speclalfieldinvcstlgatlon.ilsaid ,
lies much nearer home than that I What to do aboutit publicjy its but thl
express appreciation for the splendid that this would take about 90 days,
? Write to Mr. Haley, and tell him what you think. cooperation it al
always received from Mayor Fer- Commission would expedite it if it were at

What guson in all projects which were of Joint interestto possible. We know that seven people passed th
Mosquitoes? the City of Anna Maria and Manatee County andto written portion of the test, but the Post Off IC

express the belief that his untimely passing is Department cannot proceed in the matter until th<
Through five and one-half summers of personal a serious loss not only to the citizens of Anna Commission can certify this list of eligibles.

observation on the Island, the present summer is Maria,but to the citizens of Manatee County as a Please be assured that I will move as quickly ai
one of the better years as regards mosquitoes ,
whole. possible on the matter when I receive the register
rather--lack of mosquitoes. Results of the Island'sand BE IT FURTHER examination that 1
the RESOLVED that this Resolution This Incidentally, is the only
be County's mosquito control effort began to be made a part of the permanent records of this have known about that has been so prolonged and]
in the
very apparent summer of 1963 when there
were few of the Board and that a copy of same be furnished to the involved. I am quite anxious to have the Commission s
flying in
very
pests evidence. This Decedent's
family. what the situation Is.
however the final report and to know exactly
year, results of the fight against
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS With wishes I
mosquitoes arc even more apparent.One MANATEE good amSincerely
COUNTY FLORIDA
yours.
can still hear an occasional Island resident
By: Dan P. McClure James A. HaleyCongressman
grousing about mosquitoes but when
pressed that Chairman 7th District
grouser usually Is up against It when asked to point ATTEST M. Isn't
: T. ''clnnls Clerk Commission
out the location of his "mosquitoes." AMEN' Fortunate the C. S.
By: Bruce M. Cox of the government!
the rest
Qualifying as something of an expert, both on Deputy ClerkFORDYCE charged with running took the written
mosquitoes and Hummers, having been exposed to The eight persons who reportedly addresses
quite a number of both this writer cannot rememberany exam are listed below together with their Way

Hummer anywhere, when there were fewer mos- PARKS STANLEY Anderson. William P. 102 Archer Avenue

quitoes. And If memory serves the beat results of F. l P. Stanley died in the Harter. Charles J. 421 Magnolia Avenue
the battle began to show at Just about the same time Saturday Bradcnton Hospital last Hawkins Sarah A. 217 Chilson
at the
of Avenue
age lie had been 217 Chilson
71' a resident
Stewart H.
Director Larry Ithodca took over the County's of Holmes Beach for twelve Hawkins venue
moaqulto-control work and the budget therefor was During the years. Rosedale S. Norman 5XLine
past several Avenue
raised to about double the former figure. had caused him years, his business affairs Sneeden, John R. 208 Chilson

More than offsetting the grousers have been several trouble, considerable anxiety and bitter Sterner, Sally G. 224 Periwinkle PUtt
involving him in a tangle of law suits still 428 Magnolia Avenue
Island "oldtlmcrti" who agree with our findings--that unresolved. Wagner George E.
Only a few hours FloridL
the Island never has been so free of moaqultoca. So end, his doctor had before his unexpected All the above addresses are In Anna Maria
Ict'a all help all we can In keeping It the way It IHI| exhausted physically,declared: "He is completely Now is there anything else we can do to expeditethe
mentally and In
spirit He
matter?
Cleaner And NeaterNearly feed needs himself.absolute" rcst and must do nothing, not even

tic died of uThe fever called "
everyone who lives on the Island Is at leant tension too long continued. .lIvlng- --too much The Islander

somewhat conscious of trying to keep the place looking Pew of us who knew him well knew Aa well. All three city governments, during the -- his first name.
past lie was h. P., or more fcy THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
year have paid for citywide traah plckupa. At the and beyond his business commonly. "Stan. Above ...
moment two of the cities arc exploring the potuilblllcy minded served life, he was keenly civlc- 314 Pi.. Av..i.., Anna Maria Island FloH
as
of having a year-around trash pickup to eliminate council hclpc.-d to an alderman and president of EDITOit.... .......__......-.STEVE' KIMBAll
organize the
the acml-annual plckupa, and to keep' the Island of himself and his means Island Dank and gave ADVERTISING MANAGER-MARGE !(,RILL
looking better all the time. personal secret charities. 737.AnnAMar..F1orl4ATELEPUONEa .
Before there was an official .We1rare MAIl ADDRESS: P. O. Box
All three city governments make it mandatory that Island .Stan" was of Fund" on the 778-2O2I.
one
each householder pay for and use the garbage and could be asked for a small group who always
trash pickup service provided. Out there arc still dlstre.s. Never money to help someone In SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. s.. $3.50
once did
some residents who go to great lengths to save the war. "!tow much he fall IUa only question per year: $2 for six montfca. Canada
$2.25 monthly fee charged In Holmes Beach and amount ? and often he gave double the $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: .a...;; ,..
requeated. The -
Roser Church SI per column Inch. Discount of ten
Anna Maria. Hard to believe? Alaa. *tia aol and the Epis-
Quite a copal Church received contributions percent for six conaecucSYe 1naenSOCd Q.. ::
number 01 residents still chuck their trash out at In no small amounts lie from Stanley II paid by tenth of following month. ti"

some convenient place along the highway (some day manage the "Children's Christmas helped to organize and National or agency placed advertlalniuSI .. 'tfir OII
well publlah aome picture), and quite a few other the island grew too Pantes" until .. per column Inch. xM .
continue to uae the city traah cans in the Day Park. practicable.In large for the affairs to be astsata tnww r.atsar.s- .,

Still other bury or burn traah on the beach, and one the days to CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.
North Shore Drive' resident recently... seen putting more fully that cone the many lalandera will realize Entered aa Second Claaa mane under
hla garbage in a private trash can ai a Uradcnton and untimely losa. bland has suffered a serious the Act of March 3. IC79..

bopping center* lie may get It backaoon--C.O. D.I
HARRY VARLEY MAMA n_ CtXJMTTTj ONLY MOM OVMCD MIWlTATft


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Thursday. August 6. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3 i

F. P. STANLEY . DR. GEORGE: H. CLARK 1
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) Kiwanis ActivitiesThe 8 ... to 8 pm W..fcJ.y. (

dents and was chairmanof lieutenant colonel and assigned board of directorsof 8 am to 2 p w S.aJ.ys .
the directors of the to Fort Benning at the Island Kiwanis Club
Island Community Fund. Columbus Ga. as a sur- voted last week to contribute -
For a number of years geon. He was at Fort Ben- $100 to the building IIJFBB'SIsland j 1
Mr. Stanley headed his ning when he retired. fund of the new South 1w 1t t
own insurance,finance Upon his completion of Florida Museum and is
and mortgage company in 50 years in the medical believed to be the first
Holmes Beach F.P.Stanley profession the New York area service club to make Pharmacy i
Associates. At the State Medical Association such a contribution. The iPILT 59O4 Marina Drive
time of his death he ran presented Dr. Clark a club directors also voted (
an insurance firm at San gold certificate.In to recommend to the S 77a.1 l-Hlto t 778-2075
Remo Shores Bradenton 1920 and 1921 when board which will succeed J. O. WCSS.FREE Pi..sl.t
Coastal Insurance Agency he and Mrs. Clark were them that a similar con- C
Inc. on a vacation trip in India tribution be made by the
He is survived by his Dr. Clark helped combata club next year.A .
wife Mrs. Elizabeth C. hookworm epidemic. In nominating committeewas
Stanley of Holmes Beach; recognition of that service named last week to
two sons, Phillip P.Stanley the British govern- present a slate of candi-
of Aurora Ill. and ment awarded him a tea dates at the club's first
Stanley J. Stanley of plantation, where the meeting in September.
Mr. and Mrs. U. Jeronimo of Cocoanut Avenue Anna
Uncasville Conn., and a Clarks lived until they New officers and directors DELIVERY
Maria and their granddaughter Kathy Ilagcrman of j
sister Mrs. Lena Blas- returned to this country. are installed at the
with 31 -inch Cobia last
Tampa a 22-pound' caught
kett of Sherrill N. Y. The land then reverted to club's first meeting in REGISTERED
week from the Longboat Key ridge. (Islander Photo)|
Funeral services were the British government.He January.
held at the Church of The was a member of the Members of the nominating Roser Youth NightA Extra PatrolAnna PHARMACISTSON
Annunciation Tuesday American Medical Asso- committee are Ed
DUTY
forenoon with the Rev. ciation and Sigma Nu Bauman chairman and special Youth Night Maria City officialsthis
Gerald K. Lowe rectorof fraternity. Dave Boozer J. Robert will be osberved at'Iloser week asked the Flor- AT ALL TIMES
the church officiating. Besides his wife Mrs. Pool and Bob Hoffman.It Memorial CommunityChurch ida Highway Patrol for
Burial was in Mansion Elizabeth Clark he is was also decided at the Sunday evening assistance in patrolling
Memorial Park Ellenton. survived by a daughter meeting that the club Aug. 9. Activities planned State Highway 789 (Gulf ONLY 3 MORE
Pallbearers were Peter Mrs. Charles Lee of Wal- would discontinue its by Miss Carolyn Connor Drive and Pine Avenue)
Magnuson Howard Scott worth N. Y.; a son, Maj. weekly programs until summer assistant pastor on weekend nights.
F. B. Shell and George James Clark of South after Labor Day. will begin 7 o'clock and The city's action followed DAYS
Lott. Hadley Mass., and three Members of the Kiwanis continue until 9. The activities receipt by the city ofa t 1.. .N tIN..N

Griffith-Cline Island grandchildren. committee in charge of will include group number of complaintsabout . . . . . . .
Chapel was in charge of Funeral services were the club's book sale at recreation a skit and a off-I la drivers 100 BUFFERIN!
ar ra nge ments. held Thursday afternoon the County Beach pavilion discussion based on the drag-racing on Pine Ave.
(July 30))in Webster N.Y. have asked all residents theme "Youth Looks At Saturday night. rcg $1.292 for $1.28
Building Figures Up with burial in the West of the Island to contribute Youth," with a panel of Anna Maria Police Chief (limit
2))
Building permits issuedon Webster Cemetery... ... . paperback books to the recent college graduates. George F. Jordan was not . . . . . . . .
There also will be group on duty over the weekenddue
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the Island in July total- club. The sale of the books
ed $135,081 an increaseof 1963 a gain of 50636. helps to support several singing and a short wor- to Illness. 100THERAGRAN-
$82,682 over the total July permits in Braden club charities the main ship service.All According to Vice Mayor ref $7. <)-2 for $7.88
for July 1963. Each of ton Beach were for a new one the contribution to young people of the Robert K.Moses,the Fill limit
the three Island cities home and other work at a Happiness House. community from seventh has agreed to furnish a ( 2))
showed a gain. value of $28.60O $23.OOO grade level and up arc patrol car on Friday and . . . . . . . .

Anna Maria City issued higher than the July. 1963 for four new homes and invited to attend. Saturday evenings when 1 Doz NORWICH
permits for building val- total of 5600. other work valued at $52.- From 9 until 1O, refreshments it is moat needed. Moses Glycerin Suppositories/
ued at $54O56 comparedwith In Holmes Beach during 425. $9.O46 more than in will be served said Tuesday the added
in Issued 1963. and games enjoyed.ANNA patrol will help greatly. rcj .t only $3,42O July July permits were July.
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1 MARIA ELECTRIC Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST * 1 Qt SQUIBBS
Call 7782012R.
L1e.es.J ElectricalContractor
Mineral' Oil
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Gulf D.iv..t, Pin Ay.nu. -,... i ku.ry .. de t.,..".' BUY U.S. $1.,2C2 for $1.28
!. C. SCHUCHARD L. (ROY) FERGUSON its
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"II PMOMCfc. 077O.. 77$ 20 141., .*. 7......*t SAVINGSBONDS . . .l(limit. . .2)) . . ,
t Ill PLUMBING CONTRACTOR I ru.'llo.4t.* S .*. I 12 02 MAALOX

5304 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH rrg,. St lA9' 2 for $1.46

'4 PLUMBING FIXTURES SUP PLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS m''k FOOD LINER . . (limit. . .2).) . .

ELGIN 25 ALKA SELTZER
Quality & VarietyARMOUR
FISHINGABOARD Water Softenersand n:,.; 592 for 58i*
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CENTER CUT Rib Pock. O-...-LU.. ..........................79. . . . . . . . .
THE ADMIRALS ICA TABLERITE SLICED BACON-Lb.......................49. LISTERIHEn
PLUMROSE CANNED HAM-2 Lb. Cm.....................S2.09 CUA1AHT1ID
TARHOW SLICED BOLOGNA O. PI.*..................T?. 91"2 for 97*
TACKLE AVAILABLE- COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS-Lk..........................49. c'" _.. M .......... (limit 2))
O'JACE PEACHES-2ft C.o4 f.i..........................1.00 .- .- -- . . . . . . . .
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TABLERITE' MAYONNAISE................................49. ...Iw.'t. ... 'limit
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Page 4 ISLANDER Thursday August 6. 1954

Richmond. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kytola
All About People.. of
Los Angeles.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley -r j4 : BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs.John Doherty
Shaffer of Cincinnati and children. .Mr. and Mrs.F. of Tampa, and family.. C. Stohler and Larry Youngof

W. Capps of Wlmauma and son.. .Mr. and Mrs. ,__ Pendleton Ind.
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David L. Joyce of Lakeland and children. .Mr. and "- WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. Kell Robinson of Sarasota. Shelton of Atlanta.. .Mr. and Mrs. James Beachamof
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rhodesof Bartow.S. .
I I S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. I.
Lake Wales.. Mr. and Mrs.S.C.Farina of Tampa 1 j.
.Mrs. M. Solosy and Mrs. Anita Garcia of St. Meadows of Birmingham Ala., and family.. .Mr.
Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Raulessen of Lake and Mrs. Robert Banfield of Bartow and family...
Wales. Mrs. Lee Conley of Bartow and children. .Mr. and
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons of Mrs. H. W. Truett of Orlando. .. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Ruskin. and family. .Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Smith of } Roberts of St. Petersburg Beach. .Mr. and Mrs.
Palmetto and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mooreof I Thomas Smith of Riviera Beach. .Mr. and Mrs.Jack
Tampa and family.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watkinsof Lewis of Washington D. C., and family.
Rossville Ga., and family. . Rev. and Mrs. JackL. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mrs. Bufus Carter of Lithia
Stewart of Center Hill and family. Mr.and Mrs. and party.. .Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fields of Miami
Jerry West of Fort Meade. .Mr. and Mrs. S. A. and son.
Miller and family and Mr.and Mrs. Waylon Watkins NEW ISLANDERS Mr. and Mrs. C. Duke Stines of PROTHERO APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
all of Plant City. . Mlrt T. Hacsi of Dover, and Dayton. Ohio who have moved to the Island to make McElyea of Webster, and daughter.
family. their permanent home on 84th Street.Holmes Beach. BEARD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Mathewsand
EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Goodman of (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Drawdy of Plant City.
Canton Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kathman of Park THOMAS COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Don Chenowethof
Hill Md., and family. Mr. and Mrs. A.C.Clements Harry Greenough of St. Petersburg. .Mr. and Mrs.C. Palmetto and party.
of Lakeland and family.. Mr. and Mrs.S.R.Roberts E. Vick and Mrs. Mildred Webster of Lakeland. . FLEETWOOD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
of Erlanger Ky., and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. S. A. King of Avon Park and family. . Spencer of Fort Dix N. J.
Carter of Louisville Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. L. Young of Mulberry. . A. F.Harris of Deland. . SCHELTER APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. John
Hilller of Tampa and family. Dr. C. R. Bagel of Lake Wales and family. .Mr. and Percival of Dayton Ohio and family.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Mrs. James Thomas of Bradenton. Mrs. Charles CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. James Wray Jr.
and Mrs. B. C. Duzbce of Oartow and family. Mr. Steenstra of Halidon N.J. . Mrs. Loretta McGlynn of of Tampa and grandchildren.. .Mr. and Mrs. Roger
and Mrs. Ralph Bousfield Welland Ont.,and family Bronx. N. Y. Fuller of Fort Wayne, Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert
. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hadeless; Mr. and Mrs. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Valdes of Tampa and family.
Frank T. Frisco and Mr.and Mrs.Robert Frazer. Gullrason, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sherrill and PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. David Clarkof
all of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Somerville of family all of Winter Haven. .Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lombard. 111., and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Lau-
Parkersburg W. Va., and family.. .Mr. and Mrs.B. Emerson of Red Oak, Ga..and family. . Mr. and Mrs.L. rence Eddy of Manchester Conn.
C. Hutchens of Fort Meade and family. .Mr.and C. Sprague of Houston Texas.. .Mrs. V. Ferrellof TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Pirroneof
Mrs. Fred MacGulre of Springfield Ohio.. Mr. and Orlando and family. ..Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hill New York City and children Toninne and John,
Mrs. J. H. Pasley Jr. of Atlanta and family. Mr. of Mango and family. .Mr. and Mrs.James Flournoyof are spending a week with Mr. Pirrone's brotherinlaw -
and Mrs. Daniel Lewis of Sarasota. . Mr. and Mrs. Bartow. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Joyce of and sister Mr. and Mrs. George Fara ownersof
Nathan L. Walkins of Plant City and family. Mr. Thonotosassa.. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Whitman of Topaz Motel. ..Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Struble of
and Mrs. G. L. Anderson of Orlando and family.. Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kopernovily of Akron. Chesterfield 111., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Mr. and Mrs. S. Guffy of Satellite Beach and family Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eriksen of St. Peters- Carpenter of Tampa and family.. .Mr. and Mrs.D. .
. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H.Jones and Mr. and Mrs. burg... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coleman of Bartow. .. B. Williams of Oklawaha. .Mr. and Mrs. Gene
W. L. Thompson III of Lakeland.. Mr.and Mrs. R. B. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alderman of Tampa. Mr. and Austin and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Buzbee of Bartow...
McCollum of St. Petersburg. . Mr. and Mrs. Bond Mrs. Glen Hamilton of Dunedin. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morris of Lakeland. .Mr. and
Ogler of Nokomis. Somerville of Parkersburg W. Va.. and family. . Mrs. Donald Goshe of Tiffin Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs.C. I
TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Hicks of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wollhamer of Orlando. . L. McFadden of Burlington Ont.,and party.. Mr.
St. Petersburg. .Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tripp of Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Garrison of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs.
Baysidc Hills N. Y. for two weeks. and Mrs. H. K. Lawrence of Gainesville. .Mr. and James Taffer of Danville 111.. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Sam ScalaroJr. Mrs. G. W. Bommer of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Beabout of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shlpard of
of Tampa, and family. ..Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kenneth G. Rldenous of Chester Ohio. .Mr. and Buffalo. .Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Adams of Sebrlng and
Humanek of Hialeah. . Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kelly Mrs. Ed Miller and Mr. and Mrs. C. Stewart of family. .Mrs. Edith Brown of Columbus Ohio, and
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sikes of Lake Wales.. Sidney, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Bithell of son. . Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Spangler and family
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wllhltlof Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. Hialeah. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Mauger of NewottU' and Mr. and Mrs. E. Neuschafer of Orlando.
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Thursday August 6, 1964 TilE !ISLANDER Pace 5 4

more about people i.;' JOHN F. EHRENZEL-

MR. AND MRS. EDWARD KAHNEYof Streator., .. ". '.i' LER machinist's mate
winter visitors to Anna Maria have sold second class. USN son of
longtime : Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Eh-
:
their home In Illinois and plan to spend more timeat fl.
their home on the Island at 205 Elm Avenue. Anna renzeller Sr. of Holmes u *
Beach recently partici-
;Maria. LT. CMDR. EUGENE F. TRAINOR of the U. S. 3 p, the coast of California
Coast Guard Reserve son of Col. and Mrs.James F. called "Exercise Bird
Trainor of 525-72nd St., Holmes Beach graduatedlast "
Dog. He is stationed on
month from the Navigation School at the Coast
the USS Rich-
destroyer
Guard Reserve Training Center at Yorktown Va.He 81. ard B. Anderson. The
attended the two-week school for his annual active operation held July 10-
and studied charts
training navigation Instruments -
duty 17 under simulated battle
magnetic and gyrocompasses aids to navigation conditions is designed to
piloting tides currents plotting electronic test the Pacific Fleet's '
navigation and celestial navigation.COL. .
combat readiness in
AND MRS. JAMES COCHRAN of Key Royaleare strike anti-aircraft and
in Brela. Yugoslavia after having driven 3,50O John Van Ostcnbridge of
ISLAND VISITORS Martin anti submarine missions.
and
Ronny Bak of Rock-
miles through several European countries on an 72nd St.. Holmes Beach
ville Md.. who have been guests of Col. and Mrs. CARL M. OLSEN of 3rd
extended tour of the British Isles and the Continent. with daughter Vicky who
Ed Chandler of Anna Maria for several weeks. The Street South Bradenton
AND MRS. WILLIAM HAHN of arrived at her new home
JUDGE Schenectady
boys were awarded the "Fish of the Month" Beach is a patient at the
trophy
N. Y. and Holmes Beach left for Europe a few days HosTuesday.. (Islander Photo)
Manatee Memorial
for July at the Rod & Reel Pier for being the umostpersistent"
aboard the S. S.UNITED STATES. They will visit
ago while treatment for a
fishermen of the month. (Islander Photo) pital Bradenton undergoing
their son and his family in Germany. coronary ailment.

MR. AND MRS. ALBERT E. JONES of 911 North MISS JOYCE ELAINE STACY daughter of Mr. and
SUNSWEPT APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Shore Drive. Anna Maria were the honored guests Mrs. James A. Hay of Bradenton. will become the
Eagen; Mr. and Mrs. M. Castelanno; Mr. and Mrs. at an afternoon garden party. Saturday. July 25. at bride of Robert Sloan Hedgcock of Holmes Beach
John R. Allender. and Mr and Mrs. M. Konegan all the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and in a ceremony Friday evening. Aug.7,at the home of
of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cummins of Mrs. A. H. Gallagher of 2414 North Orchard leach Mr. and Mrs. John Van O tenbrldge of 72nd Street
Cincinnati...Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Yoder of Waynes- McHenry. Ill. The occasion for the party was the Holmes Beach. The groom-elect is the son of Mrs.
ville N. C...Mr. and Mrs. R.Frobus of Jacksonville celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Jones 50th wedding Lucille Sheehan of Holmes Beach and Dr. Sloan
..Rev. C. Bruce and family of Eagle Lake..Mr. anniversary.They Hedgcock of Burr Oak. Mich. The ceremony will be
and Mrs. Jim Reynolds of Bradenton.. Mr.and Mrs. were married in Chicago. July 28. 1914. and performed by the Rev. Harry M. Ferguson of the
Earl Olinger. and Mrs. Jane Rounds and party all of lived in Maywood. 111. Mr.Jones worked for Marshall First Presbyterian Church of Bradenton.
Lakeland. Field & Co. for 45 years and retired in 1949 when Miss Stacy was graduated from Paul Schultc High
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Watsonof they moved to the Island to make their permanent School. Terre Haute. Ind.. where she was a memberof
Fort Meade and family. ..Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. home here. Both are 75. and in excellent health. In the Glee Club and the Latin Club.She Is employedat
Zimmerman; Mr.and Mrs.R.W.White;Mr.and Mrs.L. recent years Mr. and Mrs. Jones have made three Bcalla Westgate. Hedgcock graduated from Uni-
L. White and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindahl all of trips to Anchorage. Alaska one of which was made versity High School in Honolulu and then aerved four
Lakeland. ..Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Dennison; Mr. and by car. with Mr. Jones as the only driver. Besides years in the Air Force. He Is employed by General
Mrs. F. D. Wyatt; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Aired; Mr. Mrs. Gallagher they have another daughter. Mrs. Telephone Co.
and Mrs. Wayne Aired; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mills; Bruce E. Robinson of Phoenix. Ariz. (formerly of MRS. JAMES MacDONALD of 68th Street. Holmes
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson; Mr. and Mrs. AlbertDe Anchorage), and three grandchildren. All their living Beach and daughter LuAnn. returned recently froma
Beer and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Howell all of brothers and sisters and wives and husbands were three-week motor trip during which they visited
Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Uliano of Bradley. . present at the recent celebration making the tripto friends and relatives in Georgia. Virginia. New
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Rubinas of Lake Alfred...Mr. Illinois from Indiana. Florida and the State of Jersey and Pennsylvania. Among the many points of
and Mrs. Martin Vanderwall of Greenwich Conn... Washington. interest they visited was the 6th International Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Elva Mimbs of Lake Wales. Mr. and Before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge. Pa.
Mrs. R. H. Hall of Mlshawaka Ind..Mr. and Mrs.J. tour Wisconsin and Minnesota and plan to stop In the MARTY DUYTSCIIA VER. son of Mr. and Mrs.John
T. Richter of Needham Mass. .Mr. and Mrs. Smokies on the way back to the Island. Duytachavcr of 59th Street Holmes Beach returned
James H. Mobley of Ruskin. . Dale R. Grant of St. They have asked that The Islander express their home last week after spending several weeka with his
Louis...Joe Bryant of Tampa. Major and Mrs. heartfelt thanks to all their friends for rememberingtheir grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George Sloe of Cold-
Kenneth G. Cassels of New Port Richey. .Sam Bui recent anniversary and for helping to making it water. Mich. Mr. and Mra. Mannon Howard of Kala-
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bonk of Plant City. an especially Joyous occasion.THE mazoo brought Marty back to the 1.land.I .

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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICE Island Bowling Island Mixed : ," ,:;


BERNARD MISSION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND LeagueAt Bowling LeagueThe .r .
FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA i iA .
(CATHOLIC) IN CHANCERY a meeting of the Island Island Mixed Bowl- , : .!

R.... Frond F. W.Isin.11.r WILLIAM CASE CHARLES NO. 14303.ARMSTRONG 3.7 Bowling League Mon- ing League will meet at Of ,. i

Plaintiff day evening members the Holmes Beach City '
MASS: ,,_. 1 1I
voted to bowl at Rip Van Office at 7:30 p.m., Fri- :
SUNDAY: H & 10 am DORA JOYCE LECCETT A.... I
STRONCeDefendanr. Winkle Alleys on Monday day, Aug. 14, to organizethe w pr
WEEKDAYS: H am evenings at 6:45. Starting league so that bowlingcan
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT
HOLY DAYS: 8 am & G pin
date is not yet known. begin on Friday Sept.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: IN TIlE ,NAME OP THE STATE OF New league officers are: 4. Any Island resident who

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30; pm FLORIDA3TO Chick wishes to bowl In this
DORA JOYCE LEGGETT ARM- Chapman, presi-
STRONG. 61 Oejethorpe Park dent; Elmer Twist vice league is asked to contact
Harvey M.morlal C'.urchHon.D.nomlna"onal St. Simon Island Georgia
( ) IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that you president and Norman the league secretary at
Bradenton Beach do appear and file and serve your Johnston secretary. 778-1927 after 7 p.m., or

R.... A. W. Simm lb.Answer sworn or Complaint other written for Divorce defenses filed to George Wagner will be on the weekend. Team

SUNDAY: herein against you and that you so the member who is to captains are requested to
appear and file your Answer or other supply scores and other call the if they
written defenses with the Clerk of secretary
J: >o am Sunday S<'li >olOirlatlon
Circuit Court In and for Manatee Information to the news- need bowlers to complete
County. Florida at the Court House
at Dradenton. Florida on or before papers. their teams.
Sclonce Sewlc' the 22nd day of August A.D. 196... Island residents who are Sponsors for the coming I
A. M. Community' Huo and that you also' serve a copy of your
Answer or other written defenses on Interested in bowling In season are Anna Maria
SUNDAY: Plaintiff Attorney JAMES M.WALLACE the league are asked to City Pier B & K Hardware -
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN whose address Is Post Office
call Chapman at 7781506and Bayou Marina
,
Boa 1889(420-( 12th St. WOr.denton.)
SCIFMCF SERVICE. Florida, and this you will not omit. he will try to find a Connlck's TV Sand Bar
lest the matters and things set forth place on one of the teams Gray's Econowash Island
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH and alleged In said Complaint will be
R.... Lee Retllll.. Paster taken aa confessed by you and upon for them. Marine Supply Island
the pain of having a decree pro for the
SUNDAY: confesao entered against you. Sponsors year Furniture Center Linen
8:45 am Sunday School WITNESS my hand and official seal will be: Webb's Island Rental Webb's Island
this 17th day of July A.D., 1964.
The Island
Pharmacy. Dick
Pharmacy
10:00 am Worship Service (SEAL) M. T. McINNIS. Wagner
5:30 pm Chapel Choir Clerk of Circuit Court Bank Island Marine Supply Realty and SchuchardPlumbing.
Byt Elaine Snyder
6:30 pm Worship Service Deputy Clerk VanOstenbridge Home on Bay Boulevard Anna Maria now owned by

7:30 pm Youth Fellowship JAMES M. WALLACE Builders The ISLANDER Secretary Phyllis Mochas Mrs. Jim Hackney of Crystal River. Picture was
Attorney for Plaintiff
MONDAY: 42O-12ihSc. West Tropical Vista Gray'sEconowash requested the team taken in 1937 and man in picture was Cory Scham-

10:00 am Vacation Bible Brsdenton. Florid Roser Men'sClub captains to report their bers. Lower picture taken in 1926 shows wild duckson
7.23.3Oa 8-6 ft 1364UNCLASSIFIED Pete Reynard'sRestaurant team line-ups as soon as
School Faculty Meeting what is now known as Lake LaVista, Anna Maria.
Bay Area In- possible in order to facilitate -
Pictures Mrs. Karl Widmann
7:00 pm Nominating Comm I. ( by courtesy )
surance Schuchard preparation of the

TUESDAY: advwtc .payment rwpiamJ Plumbing and Bayou Mar- league's records. chairman and district
VFW AuxiliaryA
7:00 pm Church Choir S .....S1.DO-5Ot minimum ina. essay chairman respec-

WEDNESDAY: Theological Seminary meeting of Anna Maria tively. A sewing bee will
r-UK SALE i New Home on 2O2< Ft. Guest PreacherGuest
6:00 pin Fellowship Hour. Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3 Large and was an active minister .'Island Post 8199. VFW be held at Mrs. Carver's

Grades 1 through 5 Room Bedrooms and 2-Car 2 Bathes Garage.Large Tile Florida Roof; preacher at Roser in the United Presbyterian Auxiliary was held recently home in Cortez Friday

7:00 pin RA.GA.Sunb'ms Insulated; Intercom system ft central Memorial Community Church in the U. S. A.for < at the Anna Maria Aug. 7, and a trip to Bay

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting heat Chllaon ft air AT*conditioning..,Anna....1'1..See Only It,at ISOOI2 243 Church on Sunday Aug. 9 43 years. He is now retired 'Community House. A Pines. Friday. Aug. 14,

wn Call 7711-217 and Sunday Aug. 16, will and makes his home report of a district meet- with Mrs. Karl Widmannto
M.I.I Chwch
A. i iNonDnomlr
ISLANDER PHOTOSi As a service to be the Rev. James M. in Sarasota. The sermon in Sarasota on July 26 was be hostess.
,.
tlo, ol
( ) our readers, we can offer a 3x7
..... Richer K. W'..i.. enlargement of any picture appearing Fisher. He will preachat topic for Sunday Aug. 9, I given. Mrs. John Yarrowand The next regular meet-
P..I.rTHURSDAY *-P0k-RENTi" T*? 14 UftEfP)*. rO""IYA'T**.**". the 9 a.m. Worship will be "The Eternal Mrs. Marvin Carver ing will be held at 8 p.m.,

: Apt.. Incl. Utilities Garage Weeklyor Front Services.The Voice Speaks." Visitors
3:30 Roser Choristers Monthly rates. 28O6 Avenue) E. Rev. Mr. Fisher are especially invited. pin Holm -. P ach. Phi 7 47-31 ft.CAHUFUU .
Rehearsal DRIVER wtthChaurieur's has supplied the pulpit at --

7:30 Cantus Choir License and Insurance Will Drive Roser many times during
pin You or Your Car Anywhere-Anytime.
vacations of the
SUNDAY: "e..nn*11* "'a'*. P0*** 771..506. pastor
LOTS FORS I 93 It, un al. the Rev. Richard K. Wig-
Service
9:00 am Worship 72nd St.-.$4,000; fllmlnl nay Lot
He is of
gins. a
10:00 am Sunday School priced for quick sales Gulf Front. graduate
$10.0001 77th St. Canal $4.()()(>; 73thSt. Western Maryland College -
MONDAY t Canal. p.300; 73rd St.. $3.OOO.
...,QQ..1&ay &cou'rIOOp 1 JM.Ulf"M.-'."mUMao..a-... -....'.% e..wWAN and _the Pittsburgh A( .. ,,",,- Which of these ----
LV O UUy All U.7j.&I....
Church of Th. Annunciation Cold. Currency, or Foreign Coins of SNAPPER TRIP
(Episcopal) any Country, or old Medals. Tokens. WtO. ft. SUN. J A.... are the best tools
I.e.I >Ural4 K. I..... lUcter etc. Byron Blaarre Bazaar 24O3 CALL FCC IISIIVATIONSoiouni
14th Ph.7 47- ft.
i'lln'T "Il: \ main
.
THURSDAY: 1'0 room huue* byweek.
month or season. 113-79th St.. DAILY Til ft 7 A.M.
9:00 am Holy Eucharist UWPIf-it &B. .Y'V AOMIIAL run. COITU. IUL for washing dishes ?
ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER MAIN ...... ns.J'116' w n-...11
TKNANCKl MOWING. TRIMMING.
TRINITY: HOC INC. FLOORS CLEANED POL1SIIKD. -
8:00 am Holy Eucharist WINDOWS WASHED OILKO.
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICB.plu BUILDER OF HOMES o
10:30 am Family Eucharist: RKASONAIILK RATK3--Reference*. H.".._ aul'table' f., I alone!
& Sermon. Church School KItH FELLOWS PIIONR 77* 2894 clttnat l *,411 <<.......11.".. Z
> 6a4'l1 P.M. aiO-8Vh 3" U. n.
ar I\set ruM Sea.ailed Luf R.4.1I"9. Allitl..as A 10f
Lon bo.t lelew Ckoool' on 7Mh StM $ .000. IteautlfMl corner Reawlra. TrwarwortKyatln
(Now.D._I *.1 1_.I) Lot. 76th ft Palm Dr., Docking a .... ,......
Beach Prtvtlee.ee. $3.3OO. Four Lot NORMAN ROSE DALE
FRIDAYS(
clue to Anna Maria store. 32 x 143. Am*. Mo,.. 77S.1410 _
10:00 am Prayer Group at II.63O each. Blmlnl nay canalfront.
3.000 i.. Mahar Realty. 77th ft Gulf

SATURDAY Herringihaw: hume V 'blttihTl,n.i'ln' J

DAYS IN WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE -
1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal. OF THE BIGSALK ATWRIIlfS

SUNDAY: "X"rr p -"t-\"CY1\ NOW'.
RiLNrt Cut*,>I *
9:15 am Sunday School' OnIy-No Children. Cloee to Anna 4
Maria Shopping Area. Large well
11OO am Service
Worship kept grownO. Living] room, bedroum.dtne .
& Sermon .t*. kitchen. ft bath. Yearly. basts.
$V} per mo. Jack ....rah.II.llur. r
M ft "I nij Anna M rU. 7712614.fl .
Clo lo Dot CvanejeliceJ >Jl SXUKt M. ... wrier--4 a J In; .*
L".h..... Church OMEGA' enlarger, .with all dark room'

a.... ...,*., ... III.. t...t.t equipment. Also 3.1/4.41/4 SpeedGesphie ...,. ,
Camera All In gaud condl -
SUNDAY lion keels. Safford. 405 JOth Place
: Ur......t.. <>..<.h,
U: 1:> am Church School ruil. II..IoN I. I wu I .wru. 1-.I\4U...
1OIO: Service HUMS-.Month or Season. Lvwtan S.
am Wocditp
Piana... 226 IV" 5...... IKalme* 7
cA Or '.n '! u.in. roof
11J t (Keeping a
ATTENDTHE ,YTl ING rum A lo aihl
at Itargal Pttcee Toil At the (4 ANT over your head)
;U r. t Wfc rbb'a UlatXl ItifrntCT
CHURCHOF rOe.Fru4 FN I i {.. ice: ,_ '-._1 Wind can blow your roof off
-.-.-74h St. 3 hear uns.
I 1/2 n..... Fireplace. Closed Gar fire can burn it off Horn
YOUR CHOICEr .... Cin4le. or t.. )'bee "5 2340. replace the lots Rut there are of 11l.

other .ways. to to.. the roof over
Ride The Island Bus your head someone enaur.d

SIX HOUND TRIPSAOCMTOM PROM on your property can get a large

.. DAILY ,Itatxlity judgment against. you E Certainly not No 1 01 should never be plunged into hot. greasy

I In trial cat you may toft* the dishwater Nos 2 to 107 Throw 'em away Then: A Drop food
ExcePT SUNDAY root and the) rest of the hou..
4S,. 0..wire ..-..-d Tr H.r. again.. a Michigan MutualLiabAty I waste into an electric waste disposer B Put dirty dishes, pots

> om ,Card w.a protect and pans into an automatic electric dishwasher C Go spend some time

I against ...bett, iost.s a. ..*< with your family. Redd/ Kilowatt will scrub wash sanitize and dry your

. ALWAYS A SPECIALIt a. other haxardv dishes far better easier and cheaper than you ever could using hands and
1 Ia Why not mqu. about its low
- waul4 ..... . lull.. NNt -low rata, other obsolete dishwashing "tools" And with the new low electric rates.

.' iYF ? w veacrlke f*.e rnonv. he'H do it at little or no extra cost See your electric appliance dealer or

,.. eerwtlfwl) tKlnga o. K...* JOHN P. HUTHINSUItANCE plumbing: contractor today

.. wife*. w. <_*! .C.( ...*) Itl


f Orwf> IM >.* tie, .! .... .t"tL..t)/f l u mel esa F'.izG. -

_tw e. See) f*r T.w..l!>- 5200 Marina Dr.

belftf. r'.w M*....1*. *. ship. ...stow, C..tAPQet THAN" eve*
".. HOLMES BEACH

driftwood galleries 778. 022 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

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GULF FRONT DUPLEX This Is Lot Buying Time i 1

Located in Holmes Beach.2 BR Each Side ,-qREMARKABLE BARGAIN

CB Constr-Creted-Furnished.Good .
Beach
100 ft of Bayfront, Soawalled
Reduced from $25.000( ) to $19.500 for Quick Sale MAKE AN OFFER

EASY TERMS .. _

M JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED HIGH LOT, Conveniently Located,

REAL ESTATE ..OtC .SALES& RENTALS Four, new homed already, built. $1,6501

116.81st ST. 778.255.Holmes Beach I:. CANAL LOT 75 x 147, $30001
: -
rT :
'f. 'ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTOR

JACK'S [COQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333
j SISLER J. DUDLEY. Drok..S.U.m.n..778.2154:
JW HOME at 539 Key Royale Drive Holmes Beach, BARGAIN BOARD ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA
jiuilt for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Reppenhagen of
Holmes Beach and Owosso/Mich, by the Wm. B. Lee ANNA MARIAA
;o. The transaction was negotiated by Key Royale
comes. Inc. (ISLANDER PHOTO) NICE Two-Bedroom home with garage ?o4 Itce 'dax rye - -
on two beautifully landscaped lots--J8.OOO.
q THIS DANDY Duplex is in A-l Condition.
!T y4 ..7 ;.r P't Very nicely furnished--has two wooded lotH.
TWO LOTS in the North Point Section
convenient to Gulf. On paved street--Both wF
for 3300.

HOLMES BEACH

NEW 3-Bcdroom. 2-Bath Canal Front
home reduced to just $19,400.An exceptionalbuy.
See 608 Key Royale Drive--T O D A Yl
.
-
-..;;- -""" BRADENTON BEACH

.. .. A BEAUTIFUL Bay Front in
.....,., -- property
EW HOME 602 exceptionally fine condition. TwoBedroomhome
at Key Royale Drive. Holmes
with double maid's
leach purchased recently by Capt. and Mrs. James garage room.
i. Sherman from the Wm. B. Lee Co..builder of the Long dock. All for $12.OOO--on Tl UMS.
lome. The sale was handled by Key Royale Homes.
|nc. Capt. and Mrs. Sherman will occupy their new JACK MARSHALL RealtorM
lome when he retires from the Army In January
&M 778.2614 Anna Maria
apt. Sherman is a son of Col. and Mrs. Ray Sher- Building I
an of 58th Street. Holmes Beach. (Islander Photo)

Are You Looking?
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE SECGeorge < I r,,' JACK HOLMES, Realtor'
INSURANCE COMPANY
s.c. is"7 Wagner . Office 6101 Marina Dr.
',.t. Utk St. W.*r SRADCNTON, FLA. ,..... 74.4s41 I REALTYIsland

Shopping Cntr

IMINI I BAY ESTATES Or PHONE WRITE 778-2444 BOX 1012 LHBCHfflOnT L f ICOBPOIIHTIOF1>

ANNA MARIAc.
OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN .c.*................_
._ . 74 7G..d 9.
AU.** f lk A l t
..
CITY OF ANNA MARIA Presents /' ""
- -
If you are looking for an outstanding valuein HAPPY
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay. and is near the Gulf Beaches. LIVINGII!! Tk.
DIM IN I BAY ESTATES has much to offer.
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for You will have June that -
full information. If you move into this L4zJcVVV:
NEW FULLY CD. 2 FURNISHED BR. 2 Hath :

Air-conditioned home.

Only 6 Canal Lots WIDE Fronc.OPEN Private WATER-Heach.I .

TRULY A LOVELY .. ::
I --q
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GULF DRIVE
I-
I HOME I FOR - -
I
To Sell cO O"I"A: T 'VItA"A"
$27,50011 T "IH TC.wb.l.hr. .
: .. 0....-",p
owier said Liquidate at Call Ralph Parrishor ..rw.i....-...--.....;
Peggy MoorePwrrish HOLMES BEAO?
._....
A. ANNA. .. MARIA_._ISLAND....
eachSIZE -- --- - --
$3000 Rtftlty

75x147-up to 5 Years to PAY P O Pl....AMt.Me,..

* * * * 7781907 .* 77L2I2I

2 BR.2 Bath Bayfront Furnished Home MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

WIDOW GONE NORTH-MUST SELL
WORLD'SFAIR
$1 ,OOO-GOOD TERMS-Must Be Seen

FEATURING - -

DICK WAGNER HOUSE

... .. __... ..........
__.... P'H.... o..M r.two .......t1-* .. c-. c.
REALTOR Tel. 77a-2CMii An ....-1_.t...,.. A ....... = O..w1..1.N.+ b. AM......._---.. -....1r..r. ....
2217 GULF DRIVE, BRAD EN TON ftCACM OrtN DAILYROYALE &. .. ...M c...... l w ........f....v..O V V T--'.7f...+w.
r.... ...w ......... e.-. AY C1a./........TV t.---
AT
KEY :.= a.., --.r...... .C...r TV.rr T.___tA..1w.1.
FOR BEST RESULTS ........ .-..... A-.I /... M-. ........ ,...11w.r.r r.r.....
...........c-..._....... c.._r,1... "'-.. .. ,...eV,_ .......c.-.r..-
r t.r tIr..r. ___ u.w w..r. rr..

flDVuSM[
WrFK DAYS For Information Contact Kobert S. Cable< ,
,tO (r 6SUNDAYS

: Sales Manager Phone 778.1611TJJt'
in The Islander 1 1.6 1 0o



8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. August 6. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

-

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEs cf1w UII-"tt.w...to c. n. ,K. ONCE-A-YEAR- aIe!
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE Y
.. s HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
CALL 778-1771 AUGUST ONLY
NIGHT 778-1 40 Just arrived
-
s =1 10% OFF
Anna Maria Island's Only Another New Shipmentof

LICENSED CAR DEALER Imports! ON ENTIRE LINE

Buick--RambUr.-Do' fg...Dodg.Dart.PI ymouthSUNPROOF Do Your Personal includes Touch & Seal
Stationery Embossed printing
Christmas Shopping Early Order Now

and select the )- a ddkr Free Gift & Mail WrapSWIM
PITTSBU OH 't ... .
< ,.Wil s k" .J J'" o.ytxX.,.,
Unusual for the Home Beautiful. -'C: :1c
- - - -
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
Suir Proof;
oil I baseHOUSE )
(Jwu o r '
PAINT Pansrn'uaGI \ SUIT[ SALEFAMOUS .


r Cht1 O p

98 MAKERS
5 WHITE ONLYHolmes

PER GAL. #161 1 1 1 & 2 Piece StylesREDUCEDI

leach Supplies IMC. !

778-1131 1/4 1/3 1/2
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
. . . . . . .> . .
1 Many Dresses Reduced <

BE COOLBE :; 1/4.1/3-1/2 ;;

COMFORTABLE Look for the Yellow TAGS .
> misses 5 half sizes .
with a PMILCO"NOISELESS" WE'RE READY & WAITING . . . . . . . . .

z FOR YOU AT
SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT-
I Holmes Beach Coin LaundryIN
Air Conditioner TilE HEART OF TilE SHOPPING CENTER.

6.300 28.000 BTU .
L.r.w.r rtaw.Plan
\ t" DiscontinuedItems
>-
As Low As $158.88 7781161CHOICE
: z" ., & Samples secs tus.w .r r+an{Woni f
: Free Installation on MOST Models ..
:? j As Much As
CHECK THE WARRANTY & .. MEATS & PROD.UCE
50% 0 F FlI'PA
The NOISELESS MODELS &
HANDY DANDYOPEN
YOU WILL BUY RMILCO ...
Q __ 778-1020
:; . 7 A.M'-9 P.M.
.. a a v .
IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONALL C McD..IJ EVERY DAY

NEW MODELS IN STOCK ISLAND

........ .a&.. SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

ISLAND TV 778-1703
WE RENT KXMNC liDS MaY cues
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd WOMEN'S BATHING SUITS MICM CNAIftS UNIteS -riAYrtNSSUMVATMINC' COTS-IMArIItS

30 -$7Kllt $ -a.ANIUn.
JL88 Linen Rental Service 771.1472
Valwes
TO to $995 ONE 214.54th St. Holmes Beach
C 46 1 Piece or 2 Piece PRICE W

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 EACH LIQUOR I STORE

Holmes Peach One-Stop Shopping Center

MOTOROVERtOARD Your GIN fifths $2.99

? VODKA _ _

vlLL.OurFOR Town Club Blend 5th 3 for $9.00

D c o YOU Private Cellar 5th 3 for $11.65
t COMPLETES
S O PhiladelphiaGilbey's 5th 3 for $9.75

PROTECTIONFOR Vodka 5th 3 for $10.00
SPARKLTN WAfERManatee CAR.YOUR HOME
PERSONALBUSINESS. Champagne :1 Bottles $6.50
S E E .
BLACK LABEL 6 Pack
BUSCH BAVARIAN ,, rlus
County Water (Bag tea nsurance OLD MILWAUKEE I' a T't

Company 7-Up-Canada DryCokeLikeFOR
(IINCOtrOtATlO)
M......Oar.: 778-1697 778-1548 FREE DELIVERY
Shoppiw. c..tel'. H.1.i.s I..ch. flMWe closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon (Ron) (lBPage )
T.l.pKon. 773-2022 Phon. 778.2023

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