Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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 Material Information
Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: August 13, 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: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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666 ANNA MARIA ISLAND.. FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. AUGUST 13.. 1964 TEN CENTS


O'Connell Appointed Continuous Trash Pickup Voted I
William O'Connell of
1207 Gulf Drive South. A year-around pickup of mcrclal C-2 districts was
Bradenton Beach.Monday w trash in Holmes Beach read for the second time
was approved this week and passed unanimously.
by that city's board of Another ordinance was
aldermen.In passed to a second read-
an effort to keep the Ing. It will provide for

:. .: : .e city free of trash at all maximum speed limits on
times and to eliminatethe certain streets and will
practice of burningtree authorize the board to set
trimmings and other maximum limits on other
debris. Mayor Elmer G. streets as conditions In-
Twist announced the new dicate.
service at Tuesday even- Aldermen John Holmes
ing's meeting of the board. Merrill Trltt. F. B. Shell
Mayor Twist said the and Building Inspector Ed
service will be on a trial HavcrkoH were appointeda
WILLIAM O'CONNELLwas basis for a few months committee to check anew

made a member of and that trash will be home for violationsof
the commission of the picked up at each home the city building code.
Island Erosion Prevention every ten days to two Haverkos reported that
District. week, at no expense to he had posted a stoporder -
appointment was the householder.A on the home because

made by Gov. C. Farris was passed certain parts of the code
Bryant after O'Connell r- -A..r by the board suggestingthe were not being followed.

was recommended for the Aerial view of Bradenton Beach in Cortez Bridge. Picture shows how dissolution of the Anna New street lights will be
post by the Bradenton mid-Forties, taken from a point about much less "south end beach" existed Maria l Island Erosion Installed on Baronet and
Beach City Council. The Prevention District and Concord Lanes In Key
opposite the present entrance to the at that time than at the present.
succeeds that the Koyale.
new appointee -- responsibilities
Vernon H. Lamp who Emergency Disaster Plans FormulatedInformation and duties of the district The old directory signon
resigned a few weeks ago. be assumed by the county Gulf Drive opposite
O'Connell has been a was made stationed on the mainland show proper Identification commission. the county beach will be
resident of Bradenton public Monday about a side of the Anna Maria and before being allowed to During a brief public removed.
Beach for many years meeting on August 4. of Cortez Bridges to keep cross the bridges. Driv- hearing, a short alley was Repairs to the Holme
and is custodian of the Civil Defense County. sightseers off the Island. ers' licenses will suffice vacated. The alley is adJacent [Beach Yacht Basin wore
new pavilion at the county Longboat Key and Island Aiding the deputies will be for residents, and a post to the property of discussed at length. Jim
owned beach at the south officials. local residents who will marked envelope with a Mr. and Mm. LaMolne Wulchet. who operates the
end of the Island. The meeting was held at help in identifying Island local address will serve Baker owners of East O* facility told the board
Other members of the the Holmes Beach Yacht residents. Persons who for a non-roHldent or a The Sun Cottages, and the basin badly need to
district commission are Club to discuss plans for live or own property on visitor to the Islands. the section of it In Bra be dredged and old piling
Hugh Holmes of Holmes mobilization of rescue the inlands will have to (Continued on Page 6)) denton Beach already had removed. Further study
- ------- ---- -- -- been closed that will be the
and Sam ----- -- given matter
Beach chairman. workers in the event of a by city. I
.-...,AaIoa-- -- "..... Mrrlr. lace....-b- MtM cir%.r-,... ._ .-S.e-.k. T. ..h.O r-d t n c* n coo 'tk v. wrv.. _. .".'_"un. tc c*,.t of propouU work. 1':11
.. secretary.C gency. to the action.A Alderman Trltt said that :,
Civil Defense Director Bradenton Beach City the present garbage ordinance financial 29th of Gulf
report by Street. eat ,
Of C MeetingThe Council last week asked does not cover the
Mrs. MadelonSnydcrem- City Clerk Mrs. Polly Drive will bo graded and f!
Island Division of phasized the importanceof City Attorney Walter It. situation. Archer showed a total of shelled an far cant a* the
the Manatee County maintaining the special Talley to draft a new city Councilman John llockctte. $1 .JJ".QO on hand In the two existing home on the
anti-trash ordinance that beach front motel
Chamber of Commerce disaster committee. She a .
city treasury.An Htreet. Com of the work
will meet at the cafeteriaof has "teeth in it. At the owner said that an increasing -
told the
Island and Long- ordinance permitting will run to approximately
the Island School at boat Key officials that in meeting of the council amount of trash additional uses in com- $230.

8 p.m.. Thursday.. Aug. 13. case of a hurricane the Thursday evening Vice is being thrown from earn _. _.
---- - ---- ---
A guest speaker will islands are likely to have Mayor Arthur Ella said onto hlH property and that Mrs. Joyce Hunter Forfeits Bonds .
he had received numberof of other
outline the plans for the abnormally high tides or a nearby motels.
new South Florida Museum have to bear the first complaints about the Ella said he would request Mm. Joyce Hunter 22.: for another 31 to10 feet
of that the whose speeding hit and landed on the beach.
and a report of a brunt of high winds. "Junky appearance" State (load car
recent directors meeting She told the gatheringshe areas adjacent to some of Department Install signs the south end of the Manatee Before reaching the
will be made.President has the private phone the city's business places. warning of the penalty for County Beach pavilion beach her vehicle had
Bill Genung number of the Ella who presided at the Uttering. Gulf Drive Is a on Sunday evening. July been driven from "P. 'I.
has asked for a good turn- weather bureau and Tampa can meeting in the absence of state road (State Route 12. last week failed to demon at spends wl.uh.
789). at the Holmes enabled her to outdistance
out for the meeting. keep in touch with it either Mayor Henry Mcunler. ) appear
from her home or office. said.. "They (some of the Council passed a resolution Beach Municipal Court a Florida Highway Patrol
merchants old and asked to answer charges and car.
She maintained ) pile up that It be )
Trash PickupIn constant crates and boxes dis- spread on the minute of entreated a bond of 200.: Mrs. Hunter suffered a
contact with the bureau
effort carded refrigerators, old the meeting regretting Mrs Hunter wan duo to crushed cheat, with many
an to keep during the high tides of
)lumber and of all the incourt charges Internal Injurle
the city clean and neat, last Sept. 29. which dam- Junk recent death of Leo appear
the City of Holmes aged State Road 789 near kinds. It makes for an M. English who was a of willful and wanton reek. A* the result of allegedly
resident of the less driving and causing. sideswiping two car In
unsightly city for
Beach will conduct a the south end of the Island. appearancein
continuous yearroundtrash Main communicationsand the city. The other many year, and was the an accident. Her original' Uradenton the name evening -
pickup for all operations center will members of the council '* electrical ln.pec- bond wan 23O.: but was who hit the pavilion
residents. Materialsto be at the pavilion at the agreed. tor. reduced to ?:ZOO|1.1.1 week. charge against| her were
be collected shouldnot Manatee County Beach Ella added that many. Council was advised that after her huNbandnotified made by Ilradenton "Policeof
exceed six inches according to the Civil I householder In the city a hearing date will be set city official Mho would failure 10 have vehicle'

in diameter or six Defense director. Fire also arc guilty of the noon on the matter of the not appear in court. under control .and becoming :
feet In length and must truck, police car, an same practice. After a suit by tho city against the Charge against ,.Ir.. Involved In an accident "
be piled neatly at the ambulance and a bulldozer discussion It was decided (Continued on Pago 3)PICNIC Hunter followed the accident and for leaving. the
road aide where it will at the beach when scene of an accident. Star
will be at the beach. Two-
her car truck a largo entreated bond of f 43 and
be readily accessibleto radios will maintain
the trash pick up direct way contact with CD ;tfA"; log used a* a parking lot J73 by failure appear In
Uradenton Court lat
trucks. Tree stump headquarter t bumper then flew through City
the air and crashed Into week on those charge
will be .
not acceptable.A Sheriff car will be
the pavilion with enough Mr*. hunter 'left the- f

. B. B. Public 3 force to demolish a larger hospital! last week but
Hearing Sept.
section of It* heavy concrete reportedly will have Co

public hearing was. block. They arc ten feet ,. block wall then remain In b scheduled by the Braden wide, .and together arc continued through the air month I iANNA II
ton Beach City Council at approximately 700 feet In i I

Its meeting I last week The length. MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
hearing will be held after According to the petition, IIiI.
the regular Council meet the alley In question are w.... fUI..f.fl I IT

ing of Thursday Sept. 3. parallel to Gulf Drive,and T T w.r....w.A .. _.. t
when a petition to vacate do not furnish access to .
4 .- MI.K
two alley will be con private property nor to .
ideretS. the Gulf beach. 1, 4- -7 M hSAI 4KI ,s ,4vnca.
.. f
.. a.. w.J s1 Mf ei Won
One of the alleys runs The petition to vacate uyp
between 23rd and 24th the alley 1* signed by '-, A utp, ti...t/S sd +rA '.M1 ".,J .4 +

Street, .and the otherbetween owner of six parcel of Art, 7T3If II'.J *4 '1 1 fed I

24th and 23th property adjacent to the IN THE 1'ARX--A family croup prepare to A rt,, -?? sit at 3 J WlTJ Worm.4A
Street, and the petition alley. One of the signers enjoy the facilities at the Anna Maria liarfrom parka Arj, .,"110 .s ea Sr'7 .
asks for vacation of only i* Bradenton Beach Vice staff pncxugrapner experiment with tciepfeoco ten Argo a..M) en *4 s7 !16 1.0ft
part of the alley in each Mayor Arthur Ella. several hundred feet away (ISLANDER PHOTO)





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2 THE ISL4\nXR Thursday August 13. 1964|

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Editorials Island -

by THE EDITOR Pines, a


A Time To Write According to Island officials last week's meetingto species whIchobviously will

committee plans here and -
with disaster grow
A recent letter from State Senator Ed Price brought acquaint everyone
hurricane was be affected -
for work in the event of a not ,
back the of the local emergency
subject ANNEXATION onto scene. the cold
the fact that any emergencywork by
In the letter (published In The Islander June 25)), meant to emphasize the Island. Also to avoid weather that
handled on
would be
several citizens of the
Price wrote: "Recently, Cityof "
Bradenton have approached me with proposals to "too much over-organization. occurs every
ft f* 75 years or
the existing law relating to annexation of ft
change
of
we note the recent passing so. The tree 1a
With
regret
adjacent territory into the City of Bradenton. Such great "'
one of America's most popular cartoonists, Fontaine pictured Is on ,
proposals from the desire to accomplish this
range and other cartoons
Fox. whose"Toonerville Trolley" Pine Avenue,
by legislative act, without referendum, to a plan which
made him rich and famous. His personal cartoon Anna Maria,
would allow it to be accomplished by a vote of free- cards
office postal across the
holders Christmas cards, always on post
only. in The ISLANDER each year for many street from
were reprinted
Senator's letter the
Soon after publication of the ,
Phelps' Nur-
Anna Maria City Commission passed a resolution years.
jj ift / // It is 50
(published in The Islander July 9), stating that the rr sery.to 60 feet high '

commission was opposed ". to annexation by the
and is one of
City of Bradenton of any incorporated or unincorporated RAIN INTERLUDE the
neighbor-
area in Manatee County without a favorable '
referendum of voters and freeholders in all territories Outside, the world is still hood's finest
affected. ." And mist-gray sad with rain; trees. It is

Soon thereafter the Bradenton Herald long a Driving spears plink the pane. well recom-
proponent of annexation of more territory by the Then race In rivers to the sill. mended for planting near salt water and in a climate I
such that of the Island. Under ideal !
as
entitled "The conditions
City of Dradenton, in an editorial
Unpursued Seek Shelter," said the resolution of the Like an angry beast's roar the species will grow to 200 feet. (Islander Photo)

Anna Maria City Commission Indicated an "anti- The pounding rain had come -

Oradcnton attitude." Which was more than unfair Suddenly penetrating some .LETTERS .

because in his letter, which led to passage of the Chink in my heart's door.

resolution. Senator Price mentioned only citizens Senator Ed H. Price Jr.
of the City of Dradenton" as the persons who had Ravaged fronds of foliage bend P. O. Box 338

suggested changes in the present annexation laws. Quivering under fury wrought Bradenton, Florida

U anyone has any doubts that Annexation (with a While I sit in lonely thoughtand Dear Senator:

capital 'A') is not very much on the minds of some ask: will it never ever end? As a property owner (Gulf Drive at Sycamore) in

residents of Dradenton, reproduced below Is ahead- Anna Maria, I am accepting your recent invitation
line from a Dradenton Herald article of July 31. Long I sat, seemingly a score published In The Islander to give my views regarding -

Annexation Moves Of years of memories passed proposed legislation relative to annexa-
Until distant voice at last
a
tion of Incorporated and/or unincorporated areas
Vital To Progress Answered "me: "It always has of adjacent territory, by the City of Bradenton,
before.
which could include Anna Maria Island.
--Steve deWolf
Arbuckle DeclaresThe While my wife and I are relatively new property
owners and part time residents of the City of
"Arbuckle" referred to is none other than Anna Maria, and would therefore listen intentlyto
Bradenton Vice D. T. "Duck" Arbuckle a
Mayor arguments pro and con regarding any proposalto
popular and able city official. At the time the articlewas consolidate the City of Anna Maria with any

written, Arbuckle had just returned from the POETIC LICENSEThere's other incorporated city or area before supportingor

American Municipal Association congress, which opposing any such move we would be utterly
met in Miami Beach last month. a charm about the Island opposed to any annexation scheme which did not

lie said he had talked with many government That makes one sit a while, and, provide for a referendum in the incorporated or

leaders and they all Indicated that cities that have Write poetry. unincorporated area which would be annexed.It .

made the greatest development strides in recent has been my experience that where an area Is
years were those which were able to annex the Often the poet is quickly mired annexed by another legal entity, the benefits to

surrounding urban areas or work out a cooperative And finds his license expired the area so annexed are largely those of broken
"
nltuatlon.TVusro After "Lovely Anna Maria!
Is noumrr.Y..i.lxtt View VA"'yo" K'Cb\oU\. to'C'.. ... --'" ...\-' .. promises almost'entirely and whatever to the annexing JjenefJtfi body.th .rw are accrue. ;

his interest in annexation of adjacent territory by --Pmoc Very truly yours

the City of Dradenton, nor with the Herald for its Luther H. Redcay

advocacy of such annexation--so long as the means ..
Isle of
used are legal straightforward and aboveboard. No =-' \ ')... QueSelinsgrove
) \ Pa.
doubt they arc sincere in wanting enlarge the city, -' ,
\ # #/
t If
and no doubt their reasons seem very valid to them. '
I" Editor
Dear
And if they could sell the idea to the residents of ( : a news
5th there was
In
an August daily newspaper
the adjacent areas east, south and west of the city, with the headline.
item from Panama City Florida,
there probably would be some benefits to those areas -
from annexation Dradcnton which would offset the15mlll "Severe Wind Storm Hits Panama City.:
to Get A Permit! and
wind storm
brief severe
Part of it reads: "A
Dradcnton residents of the
(now) City tax this Gulf
annexed areas would then have to pay. What those Island Fire Marshal Leon Stafford has asked two unconfirmed tornadoes ripped through and caus-
benefits would be we would not state. nut, Coast resort city yesterday, toppling trees
attempt TilE ISLANDER to call to the attention of all Island marina. The
as in all merchandising, the package must be made residents and property owners, the uniform Fire ing extensive damage to a local 50 miles an hour,

more attractive than it has been in the past, to get Prevention Code, which is in effect in towns and winds, estimated as strong as"
the residents of the adjacent areas to "buy" it. cities throughout Florida. toppled trees on parked cars. .
that
In the past few years, there have been--In other Article 14 of the Code is entitled "PRECAUTIONS We have an equally dangerous situation now all the
Practically
8tatcM--some notable examples of expansion of large AGAINST FIRE GENERAL" and Section 1401 of the hurricane season Is here.

cities--not by natural growth of the population--but Article 14, which follows, is headed: "Donflrcs and dead trees in Holmes Deach arc on private damagesto prop-
by annexation of adjacent territory after the cities Outdoor Rubbish Fires." erty and owners are responsible for any
had have the laws annexation people, automobiles or homes caused by flying
managed to state on "a. PERMIT REQUIRED. No person shall kindle or

altered to suit the purposes of those cities. And to maintain any bonfire or rubbish fire or authorizeany branches or falling trees. rid of the dead.
make the voting one-sided enough MO the cities were such fire to be kindled or maintained on or in It is a matter of urgency to get will

certain they couldn't lose. Something similar to the any public street, alley road or other public ground trees as soon as possible. On request, the city ser-

grandiose plan proposed by the handful of Manatee without a permit or other proper authorization. cooperate by obtaining bids from several tree
entirely
County annexationists in 1963 before some of the During construction or demolition of buildings or vices whose men are insured, bonded and work

inequities of the proposal were discovered--and. structures no waste materials or rubbish shall be competent. A city official will supervise the

changed. disposed of by burning on the premises or in the for absentee owners. the
Even though that earlier scheme: was soundly immediate vicinity without having obtained a permitor I urge all concerned to remove this menace to

defeated at the polls, many of its proponents have other proper authorization."b. welfare and safety of our people and property.

. made no secret of the fact that they have not givenup LOCATION RESTRICTED. No shall Sincerely,

the Idea--and it is a safe bet that it will come up kindle or maintain any bonfire or person rubbish fire Elmer G. Twist, Mayor,

again next year--In one form or another.On or authorize any such fire to be kindled or City of Holmes Beach

the opposite side of this page is reproduced a maintained on any private land unless ((1)I the

letter on annexation, written by an owner of Island location la not less than 50 feet from any structureand

property, Luther II. llcdcay of Pennsylvania. And. adequate provision Is made to prevent fire The IslanderAn

although we have no knowledge of Mr. )llcdcay's from threading to within 50 feet of any structure, Independent W..kly: published every hursdal

cxperlencwith annexation, his final paragraph or (2)) the fire U contained In an approved waste PUBLISHING COMPANY
it* a ge'. rallzaUon which: confirms much of what we burner with closed top located safely not less than by THE ISLANDER J
have read:. about annexation. "It has been my experience 15 feet from any structure."c. 314 Pin. Avenue, Anna Maria Island. FIOIido.

that where an area is annexed: by another legal. CIIIKF MAY PROIIiBIT. The Chief of the Fire EDITOR........___.__..........STEVE KIMBALL
entity, the benefits to thearca..oannex\ largely Department may prohibit any or all bonfires and ADVERTISING MANAGERMARGE KIMBALL
those of broken and whatever benefits there outdoor *.
promises rubbish fires when atmospheric conditionsor MAIL ADDRESS P. O. Do* 737 Anna Maria Florid
arc accrue almost entirely to the annexing body. local circumstances make such fires hazardous.. TELEPHONE: 778-2O2I.

According to Senator Price, his principal reason According to Stafford, PERMITS MUST DE OBTALNED -

for sending out the letters was to get individual before burning any trash, except when SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S Carud&pIJ4
residents of the county to write him and Inform him burning I Is done in a covered incinerator. The Fire per year: J2 for alx month ;
as to their stand on annexation and their feelings Marshal can be reached at 778-1456. S5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: a hhulpI -.o
Si of ten M s.
column
inch. Discount
about changing the present laws on annexation as they The reason Stafford asked' that the regulations be percent per for consecutive Insertion i. -

affect' Manatee County. Such letters will serve as a published was a recent case in Dradenton Beach If paid by tenth of following month.
guide to Senator Price in deciding topresent--or not where a resident National
attempted to burn out a large stump or agency placed advertlaln** 4"rv-a
to present--legislation designedtochangethoe laws. which was between a cottage and a garage and only SI.26 per column Inch. AItiIt.uw
And not long ago Senator Price stopped at the office a few fret from After the immttu mtmmu mjaaamo Vfl
starting fire the
of The Islander and pointed out that up to that time* resident left the prc'"mlaea--and the fire-unattended, CLOSING TIME NOON, TUESDAY.
he had received ONLY TWO letters from the UUrxJ. and someone called the fire department to Entered as Second Class matter under

and those TWO could have been from some of the 25 bet fire. The young man who started the extinguish fire was this Act of March 3. IB79.

who favored the"Dig City" proposal in 1963. arrested an flncd15
persons In Bradenton Beach City Court MAMA n ME SrA***
OWHEO
CDUMTT1
So NOW IS TIlE TIME to TAKE PiiNLN HAND ETC.! Monday morning. ONLY HOME -





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I Thursday. August 13. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3 :rf


I Island Court Load HeavyCity BRADENTON(Continued from BEACH.Page .1). Bowling MeetingAll 7 i .. S r M..kd.y. ,.

lessee of the city fishing bowlers in the Island 8 .m to 2 r. 5.-7. I
Attorney Walter R. the cases of Bobby Dar- pier. Mixed Bowling League, 4lllfBB'S
Talley sat as judge last rell Fields charged with Bills totaling S1.51O and any Island residents
week in the Bradenton petty larceny and SamuelR. were approved for pay- who are interested in :
Beach Municipal Court Boatright. who posteda ment. bowling in the league are
and disposed of 23 casesas $40 bond on a charge of Peter Pirrone. owner of reminded of the league's
follows: Charged with reckless driving.At Harbor Lights Motel act- organizational meeting.It .
speeding and fined $10 a special session of ing for Island members of will be held at the Island Pharmacy
each were David Lee Mitchell the court Monday morning the Manatee County Tour- Holmes Beach City Officeat 59O4 Marina Drive
Jr.; Robert Dunhamand with Vice Mayor Arthur ist Association told of a 7:30 p.m., Friday.Aug.
Edwin S. Dalie. Ella presiding new sign the association 14. at which time rules 77a.1 11..Hit.i 778-2075 I
Estreating $15 bonds on Robert Eib of 2207 Gulf proposes to erect on U.S. for the 1964-65 season
speeding charges were: Drive. Bradenton Beach 301 in Bradenton. The signis will be adopted.
Edward E. Darling Jr.; was fined $15 on a chargeof to be Installed at the
Elmer Roy Sink.Jerry W. violation of the fire south end of the Dc Soto New Phone Cable
Robling and John H.Haine prevention code. Bridge and will be 30 x 12 According to a release Pk-.f-I.41.
Jr. John O. Ramsey was All the arrests above feet lighted at night and from the United States
fined $5 on a speeding were made by Bradenton will promote the tourist Army Corps of Engineers.
charge and Mildred N. Beach Police Chief James facilities on the Island. General Telephone Co. is
Outlaw estreated a $20 Lindsay.In Ella appointed Councilmen seeking a permit to placea ]
bond on a speeding charge. a drive by the officialsof Rockette Edward submarine telephonecable
Talley suspended fines all three Island citiesto Gaba and himself as a across the Bay. i
for William Asa Bailey; cut down what they call committee to representthe If the permit is granted REGISTERED
Bobby Joe Jones' ; JosephL. "the growing number of city in working to get the cable will cross the
Beiro and William E. traffic violations" some the sign erected. Other Bay from Cortez to the PHARMACISTSON
Poole all charged with 25 persons were arrestedfor association members will Island. It will extend froma DUTY
speeding; and Gary L. speeding and other approach the other citieson point about 100 feet
Deboo. also charged with offenses over the past the Island to seek their south of the Cortez end AT ALL TIMES
speeding had his license weekend. support of.the project.J of the bridge to a point
suspended for ten days.A Bradenton Beach Chief about 714 feet south of the THURSDAYFRIDAY
warrant was issued James' Lindsay arrested High TwelveThe Island end of the bridge.It 'J
for George E. Smith who 12 violators; Chief W. II. Island High Twelve is to lie loosely on the
failed to appear in courtto Snooks Adams of Holmes Club will hold a regular bottom except for the SATURDAY t-:: ". .J
answer a charge of Beach arrested six In that luncheon meeting at noon, portions near the shore
speeding. city four of whom arc to Thursday. Aug. 13. at the which will be jetted to a By ISLANDER R.... R.dor PHOTOS ONLY
Estreating $10 bonds on appear in Manatee County Holmes Beach Yacht Club. depth of 24 inches below
charges of failure to stopat Juvenile Court and Speakers at the meetingwill the bottom of the water- District Engineer Corps LASKO 20"t
stop signs were:Joseph troopers of the Florida be James Kecse. a way.It of Engineers. P. O. Box t
Charis; George JacksonJr. Highway Patrol made a public relations man fora is not proposed to have -497O. Jacksonville 1, In Portable FAN
.. and Frank Bernard. number of traffic arrestsin liquor distiller and any public hearing on the time to be received on or
Joseph W. Loudermilk Anna Maria City. Tony Jimlnez. represen- Telephone Company's ap- before Aug. 28. REG $18.95
received a suspended fine The FHP Troopers patrolled tative of a Tampa liquor plication. Public notice Is Evan Robinson radenton .IS.815
on the same charge. in Anna Maria at distributor who will nar- being distributed to all District Commercial
Henry Thomas chargedwith the request of officials of rate and discuss a film known interested persons Manager for General Telephone -
drunkenness and that city following a rash on current sports.At and facts developed in said Tuesday the FIFTY FOOT ,
disturbing the peace es- of drag racing in the city the meeting of the response will be given the cable would run from the :
treated a $25 bond; ElsieS. the previous weekend, club on Thursday. Aug.20. same weight as if developed Holmes Beach central office GardtB Host
Mora was given a sus- while Police Chief George a business session will In a public hearing. and would provide \
pended fine on a chargeof Jordan was off duty because take place and there will Protests or comments additional telephone lines 100% PLASTIC
reckless driving. Post- of a badly injured be no speaker. All Master regarding the application for Bradenton Beach and Guaranteed 5 Years
poned until AUK.: 19. were foot. Masons arc Invited. should be submitted to the Cortez.
REG S1.2 Stg

Have Your PAINTING ALWAYS A SPECIALIt FOLDING
i il'
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MR. AND MRS. S. NORMAN ROSEDALE of Pine;
All About IReopfle... I Avenue Anna Maria returned home Sunday from
Tallahassee, where they attended the graduation
ENSIGN GEORGE K. NERRIE USN, son of Major their son Dick from Florida State University of
and Mrs. Robert A. Nerrie of 517 71st Street received a BS on
Saturday. He degree in Business
Holmes Beach, recently returned to San Diego, Administration and Industrial Management. He
Calif aboard the tank landing ship USS OUT AGAMIE .w plansto
the for
return to university graduate
COUNTY, after completing a four-month tour of Marketing.MRS. study in
duty in Hawaiian waters. The OUTAGAMIE COUNTY
FRANK DOBBE of Haverkos Court
carried Army and Marine Corps combat ready Holmes
L'f Beach has returned home after visiting friends
forces to training areas on the Island of Hawaii. in
Lake Orion, Mich. While in Michigan Mrs.
Dobbe
MRS. FRAN MAXON of North Shore Drive, Anna
underwent for a goiter disorder
Maria, her children Prudence and Rolf, and her / surgery at Harper
Hospital, Detroit.
mother, Mrs. Walter Frink of Anna Maria, are
MR. AND MRS. HOLLIE C. ELLIS of
Bradenton
enjoying a trip to New Orleans this week. Mrs.
Beach have returned to the Island after
Maxon is on vacation from her duties as Anna Maria spending
City Clerk. several weeks at Lake Junaluska N. C.
MR. AND MRS. HERALD HIGGINS of
AIRMAN BRUCE A. BIRKMAN, USN, son of Mr. 77th Street
Holmes Beach, and daughter Janice, returned a few
and
Mrs. A. G. Birkman of 523 71st Street
Holmes Beach, Is serving on the staff of Fleet r days ago from a seven-week trip to Europe. They
Air Wing 11 based at the Naval Air Station, Jack visited Rome, where they heard an address by the
sonville. The wing directs the operations of five Pope and Naples, the Isle of Capri, the ruins at
patrol squadrons which fly anti-submarine and ISLAND VISITORS last week were Mr. and Mrs. Pompeii Florence Paris Germany, Switzerland,
shipping surveillance missions over the Caribbean.MR. Lawrence Camarota of Key Blscayne, Miami, and Holland and England.MR. .
AND MRS. LEWIS C. BRICKER of Seaside their son Larry. (ISLANDER PHOTO) AND MRS. MARTY SNEAD of Ave. C, Holmes
Gardens, Holmes Beach, have returned home from a Beach, returned to the Island recently from West
visit with relatives and friends In Michigan and Judy Robson, were hostesses. Gloucester, Mass., where they had been since early
Indiana. They attended a Brlcker family get-together Kitchen gadgets and favorite recipes were given in June.
i at the home of Mr. Bricker's brother-in-law and by the guests to Miss Welsch, who will become the GARY J. SHANAFELT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
; sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Iiandgen of Oswego, Ind., bride of Herbert Miller of Holmes Beach on Saturday, Shanafelt of Lake View Drive Anna Maria,is serving
at which more than 30 members of the family Aug. 22. Guests were Mrs. Francis Welsch, motherof aboard the USS CONSTELLATION which is now
enjoyed a special dinner. Mrs. Bertha Bricker, Miss Welsch; Mrs. A. H. Robson, Mrs. Ronnie cruising off Viet Nam.
mother of Mrs. Handgen and Lewis Bricker, was the Hirshberg, Mrs. Melvin Long, Mrs. Donald Mellin, VICE MAYOR AND MRS. ROBERT R. MOSES of
guest of honor at the gathering.MR. Mrs. Don Posten, Mrs. F. B.Shell,Mrs. Lou Miller Anna Maria left this week on a motor trip of several
AND MRS. PETER A. E. GREENWELL of 202 mother of the groom-elect; Mrs. Wyatt Blassingame, weeks, during which they will visit friends and
64th Street, Holmes Beach observed their 40th Mrs. Ernie Cagnina, Mrs. Benny Scanio, Mrs. Nor- family in Ohio, Minnesota Wisconsin Massachusetts -
wedding anniversary, Friday, at a dinner party the man Franklin, Miss Rosemary Scanio, Mrs. Clyde New York City Long Island and Pennsylvania.
home of their son-in-law and daughter,Mr.and Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn Mrs. Merrill They plan to return to the Island late in September.
Bob Martini of Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Green- Tritt and Mrs. Frank Kimball. MRS. HARRY E. TAYLOR of Alexandria Va., who
well have been residents of the Island for about 20 PFC JAMES E. DeBONA. son of Mr. and Mrs. has been vacationing at her home on Gulf Drive,
years, moving here from San Diego, Calif. James O. DeBona of 504 Key Royale Drive, Holmes Holmes Beach, has returned to her home in Virginia.MR. .
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS R.De WOLF of Rockford,111., Beach, participated in two weeks of Army Reserve AND MRS. DICK CONNICK of Gulf Drive
and son Steve arrived on the Island last week to spenda annual field training at Fort Eustis, Va.,which ended Bradenton Beach, and family returned last week
vacation of several weeks at their home on Elm last week. He is receiving training in naval trans- from a trip to their former home in Kansas City.
Avenue Anna Maria. portation, navigation and in ship operation. He is MRS. JIM HACKNEY of Dunnellon visited her home
MRS. I. R. POLLARD of llO-12th Street South regularly assigned as a diesel engineer in the 231st in Anna Maria for a few days last week.
Bradenton Beach, returned home last week after Transportation Company's Detachment 2, an Army MR. AND MRS. ANDREW SELLAS of Chicago, and
undergoing major surgery at Manatee Memorial Reserve unit in Sarasota. DeBona Is employed bya their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hospital. wholesale flower concern. He was graduated from Koretos and family are vacationing at the Sellas
POLICE CHIEF GEORGE JORDAN of Anna Maria Manatee High School in 1959. home on 72nd Street Holmes Beach.
has returned to his duties after a few days enforced MR. AND MRS. TALBOT M. BREWER of North MISS LINDA RIFE of Ellenton has been a guest at
absence because of an Injured foot. Shore Drive, Anna Maria, returned to the Island the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
MISS PATTI WELSCH of Holmes Beach was the last week after spending several weeks in Vermont. Rife of Cocoanut Avenue, Anna Maria.
guest of honor at a party Thursday evening at the MAYOR AND MRS. HENRY MEUNIER Bradenton MRS. JOYCE WILDENBERG of Gibsonton, and her
home of Mrs. W. E. Page III of 24th Street West, Beach are vacationing for a few weeks in Cleveland, grandson Tommy Windsor are vacationing on Spring
Bradcnton, at which Mrs. Page and her sister Miss Ohio, where they lived before moving to the Island. Avenue, Anna Maria.

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iiiro about people w Recent picture of a long MRS. WILLIAM GRAY of Key Royale Drive.Holmes
time Island resident* Beach who has been spending the summer at Lake
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooke of Toronto. Oscar Ohlson. Now in his Junaluska N. C., was badly injured in a fall recently
Ont. and sons...Mr. and Mrs.George M.Rose of Alexandria. Va.. r 93rd year. "Cap'n" Ohl- and is a patient at Haywood County Hospital Waynes-
and ..Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wenger of Warsaw. Ind...Mr. "
party.
and Mrs. Ernest Lacey of Rome. Ga...Mr. and Mrs. Hiram son can still put his feet vllle N. C., where she must stay three more weeks.
Lacey of Centre. Ala..Mr. and Mrs. A. Garcia of Tampa and IJ4. up in back of his neck. He Mrs. Gray is lonesome and will appreciate hearing
party...Mrs. Marie Rotolo. formerly of North Adams. Mass.. .. is now a resident of a from her friends on the Island. The hospital room
and her five children. Mrs. Rotolo and family have purchased the Bra den ton retirement number is 239.
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home at 202 Periwinkle Plaza. Anna Maria formerly owned by where MR. AND MRS. ARCHIE R. McFADDEN of Archer
he
I home he
says
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Laldlaw. and plan to make It their permanent
home.TRIPP'S. _. ; particularly enjoys hisit Way Anna Maria returned to the Island recently
COURT: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillard of Bradley and three regular meals each from a month's vacation in the north during which
family...Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Anderson of Bradley and family... 'J day and other"luxuries." they visited friends and family In Penfield and Fair-
and Mrs. Robert Roberts of Lakeland and
family.
Mr. -- (ISLANDER PHOTO port N. Y. and Berkeley Heights. N. J.
)
ROD" REEL, MOTEL,: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green and Mr. and
Mrs. Roland Green Jr. of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keeleyand MRS. POLLY. ARCHER of 5309 Sunrise Lane.
Mrs. M. Kelly of Ormond Beach...Mr. and Mrs. F. S. ...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell of St. Petersburg...Mrs. Holmes Beach is enjoying a two-week vacation from
Teachout Jr. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Teachout and Virginia Parker and party and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Thacker. all her duties as Holmes Beach City Clerk. Last week
grandson. Anthony Glenn all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. of Orlando. accompanied by her grandchildren. Joe and Paulette
Glenn of Pascagoula. Miss., and family...Mrs. Cora Batton of HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Kent of
St. Petersburg and family...Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Stamm of Highland City...Mr. and Mrs. James Leslie of Lakeland...Mr. Webb she visited members of her family in Greensboro -
Glenview. 111., and family... Paul A. Lain of Annandale. Va... and Mrs. John B. Bernstein of 3acksonv111e...Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Ga. and Highlands N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ballenger and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Daughertyof Borror of San Bernadino. Calif...Mr. and Mrs. R. Kindred of MISS JOYCE ELAINE STACY daughter of Mr. and
Fort Meade...Mrs. Catherine Knarr and Mrs. Emma Grees Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hay of Bradenton became the brideof
Gardner of Bradenton. Mrs. Don Drlvosheln of Gulfport...Mrs. 11.U.Dickey of Mulberry
PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olinger of Mulberry and ...Mr. and Mrs. Ely Morris of Winter Park...Mr.and Mrs. Hugh Robert Sloan Hcdgcock of Holmes Beach in a
family...Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lewis of Dayton.Ohio and family... Evans of l\lulberry..Mr. and Mrs.G.N.Keet of Miami...Mr. and candlelight ceremony at 8 o'clock Friday evening
Mrs. Shirley Still of Brandon and children...Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Mrs. Charles H. Ware of Douglasvllle. Ga...Mr. and Mrs. D. August 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Van-
Sheffield; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jerkins and children and Mr. and Howard of Buffalo N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Gllstrap of Dunnellon. Ostenbridgc of 71st Street. Holmes Beach. The
Mrs. Harold Bowers and children all of Fort Meade...Mr. and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sylvester of
Mrs. Richard Yates of Bowling Green and family...Mr.and Mrs. Ellenton...Mr. and Mrs. James Driscoll of Homestead..Mr.and wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harry
Cass Peurlfoy of Bradenton. and party...Mr and Mrs. Gerald Mrs. II. S. Ellis Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.G. S. Brown and Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Ferguson of the First Presbyterian Church of
Ellens of Grand Rapids. Mich., and family are guests of Mr. Rodriquez. all of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heath of Bradenton.The .
Ellens' brother and sister-in-law. and Mrs. John Ellens Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cox of Mulberry... bride was given In marriage by her father and
owners of Palm Court. Mr. and Mrs. William Welchselbaumer of Toronto Ont...Mr.and
EAST O* THE SUN:Mr.and Mrs.Charles A. Moore of Elizabeth- Mrs. H. H. Hearn of Lakeland..Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hearn of her sister. Miss Doris Stacy of Bradenton, was her
town. Ky...Mr. and Mrs.. Steve Merrill of Fort Wayne. Ind... Laurlnburg. N. C...Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adams of Columbus. Ind. only attendant.John Van Ostcnbrldgc was his brother-
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Childs of Council Bluffs.Iowa and family... ..Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Smith of Wheeling. W. Va...Odo in-law's best man.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hubbard of Bradenton. and family...Mr and Goetzmann of Phlllppaburg. Germany...Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. lIedgcock was graduated from Paul Schulte
Mrs. O. W. Hunter of Lithia and family...Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parrlsh of Bradley...Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Weeks of Toledo
Hoge of Chattanooga and family...Mrs. Frances Gunder of Lake- Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Muggins of Ilartsvllle. S. C. High School Terre Haute Ind., where she was a
land. THOMAS DUPLEX Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Salak of Maple Heights. member of the Glee Club and the Latin Club. She is
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hatch of Ohio and family. employed at Beall's Westgate Store. Hcdgcock. son
Mulberry and family...Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wunderlech of PRINCESS MARTHA: Mrs. E. Krlstlne Dryden of Sun City and of Mrs. Lucille Sheehan and Dr. Sloan Hcdgcock of
Gainesville and family...Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Austin of Bartow. party.
Burr Oak. Mich. from
and family. BEARD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs.Robert G.Hester Rlvervlew. graduated University High
GABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hill of Llthia. and and ramlly. School in Honolulu and then served four yearn In the
family...Mr and Mrs. Earl Balou and Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. BRUNNER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Joe CfNe-aland and Mrs. Air Force. lie la employed by General Telephone Co.
Smith of Franklin. Ohio.S. Jerry O'Neal of Lakeland. After a brief wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Hcdgcock
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. James Matterson of FRICK COTTAGE: Mr. and Mr. Wade Croft of Dade City and will
make their home in Bradenton.
Orlando..Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Cameron of Lakeland and family.
family..Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.John BUnton of Clear water.. .Mr. MRS. MELVIN II. LONG of Norfolk. Va., and her
Bernard Kinzel of Royal Oak. Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Albert Berry of Oakland...Mrs. Carol Wlckllne of daughter Debbie are visiting Mrs. Long's parents.
Seidel of Gladwyne Pa...Mr and Mrs. Richard Albany of Rlvervlew..Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willison of Arnold. Md...Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mellln of Oak Avenue Anna Maria.
Ardmore. Pa..Mr. and Mrs. John C.Lewis of Washington D. C.. and Mrs. Robert Braton of Silver Spring. Md..Mr. and Mrs. A.
and family...Dr. and Mrs. V. M. Rather Jr.of Fulton. Miss., and Davis of Ocala...Mr. and Mrs.Gene lartsfleld of Memphis. Tenn. Mrs. Longs husband. Lt. Melvin Long. US tC. la on
family. ..Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Richardson of Ottawa. Ont...Richard a cruise on the USS LONG BEACII.
THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. Kossuth of Hollywood...Mr.and Mrs.Leon Kitchens of Macon. Ga.. MRS. ANTON CHRlSTENSENof 83th Street. Holmes
Zeitler of Lake Worth...l\lr. and Mrs. Harry E. Zeltler of and family..Mr. and Mrs. J. Gray. of Noblesvtlle. Ind...Mr. and Beach is visiting friends in Canada. She will visit
Lantana. and family...Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lacy of Sparta. Tenn.. Mrs. M. Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of Orlando...
and family...Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hall of Dunnellon...Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green of Cleveland...Mr. and Mrs. II. H.Hugglns other friends in Pennsylvania before returning homein
Gross of Gainesville and mother...Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glllett of Hartsvllle. S. C. October.
of Tampa and party..Mr.and Mrs.B.Greene of Knoxville Tenn. CIIARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson of Winter MRS. HENRY WAITT of 77thStreet. Holmes Beach
...Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gregory of Oregonla Ohio and family... Park and sons..Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crockett of New Orleans is spending the summer months visiting hor familyand
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Barber of Lakeland...Mr.and Mrs. Henry and family..Mr. and Mrs. William Ray of Brandon...Rev. and
Apjo of Tampa and family...Mr. and Mrs. William D. Krogft of Mrs. I. B. Roberts of Tampa and family. friends In Clinton. Conn., and at her homo in
Novato. Calif..Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Walker of Atlanta and family PLAYA ENCANTADA Mr. and Mrs. Argyle Crockett of Atlanta.Pm Wayne. Me.

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LEGAL NOTICEIN Vr ,
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THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ANU

BERNARD MISSION FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY r
(CATHOLIC) CASE NO. 14347. 3-31: $.
ALFONSO FREDDIE STEPHENS. r
R... Francis F. Wolsmiller
PUtntlff.vs .
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MASS: WILLIE MAE WOODIE STEPHENS.
SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am Defendant. .
NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT
WEEKDAYS: 8 am .
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HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OP

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: PLORIDA.TO. !
WILLIE MAE WOODIE STE- .
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 cmHorvoy PHENS .. ,
Address and Residence UnknownIT -J.

Memorial ChurchHonDencNIIlno.lono IS HEREBYORDEREDthacyoudo
appear and rile and serve your Answeror
( I) other written defenses to the sworn
Bradenton Beach Complaint riled herein against you and
..... A. W. Simms that you so appear and file your Answer
or other written defenses with the
SUNDAY: Clerk of Circuit Court In and for
Manatee County. Florida, at the CourtHouse
J'IO\ am Sunday School at Bradenton. Florida on or
before the 18th day of September A.D.. !' i
and that also J I IC
1964. you serve a copy
Christian Sclonco Sorvlca of your Answer or other written
A. M. Community: How.. defenses on Plaintiffs attorney.
JAMES M. WALLACE whose addressla
SUNDAY: P. O. Box 1889 (42O-12th St. W.)
Bradenton. Florida. This Is a suit for
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN divorce child custody,and request for
SCIENCE SERVICE. the Court to recognize the special
equity of the Plaintiff In the following
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH described real property In Manatee
County Florida to-wlti
R... L.. RetlHI.. Pealor Lots<< 18. 19. 20. Block A. HARRISON -
SUNDAY: INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION
as per Plat thereof recorded In 1\t nI
8:45 am Sunday School Plat Book 6. page 43 of the Public

10:00: am Worship Service ida.Record. of Manatee County Flor-

5:30: pm Concord Choir and this you will not omit, lest the
Service matters and things set forth and
6:30: Worship
pm alleged In said Complaint will be takenas
7:30: pm Youth Fellowship confessed by you and upon the painof
MONDAY Thru FRIDAY: having a decree pro confsaso --.

8:30 am Vacation Bible Sell. entered WITNESS against my hand you. and official seal Another old picture of the Island--a view looking has increased greatly in width since picture was

TUESDAY: this 3th day of Au. T.uat.McINNIS.A.D.. 1964.M. north on Bay Boulevard in Anna Maria. Area to rightof taken in early 2Os. Tower in distance was for I

7:00: pm Church Choir Clerk of Circuit Court' road is now the Anna Maria Bayfront Park which checking weather. (Courtesy Mrs. Karl Widmann)
(SEAL) Manatee f?.xinWITtnrlif. *
WEDNESDAY: jDi4:; k"- EMERGENCY after official notification. Transportation for evac- Chief Deputy Clyde Gill;

9:10:: am Ruth Jones Circle JAMES M. WALLACE Deputy Clerk (Continued from Page 1) Special consideration for uees will be provided and Mayor Elmer G. Twist

6:00: pm Fellowship Hour. Attorney for Plaintiff If it is necessary to invalids has been planned. may be had by calling CD and Alderman Harry Var-

Grades 1 through 5 Bradenton 42O-12U St.Florida West evacuate residents such Luminous decals with a headquarters at 7452241or ley. Holmes Beach; Vice

7:00: pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms 8-13. 20, 27 1 9364UNCLASSIFIED evacuation will be ordered large "I" will be placedon 746-0707. Mayor Art Ella, Braden

7:00: pm Prayer Meeting only after consultation homes of invalids to Mrs. Snyder said that if ton Beach; Mayor Joseph:

FRIDAY: (Aug. 21)) with and agreement by expedite their removal by a hurricane or other disaster Zwick and Town ManagerA.

5:00: pm Family HamburgFry 8 llnw' -lJOO- Orf minimum. the county commission ambulance. develop into such Lanier Longboat Key;

at Bay Park Anna advance payrmnt required mayors of the the cities Emergency shelters for magnitude that outside Island Fire Chiefs John

Maria APARTMENT FOR RKNTl-CoupIes involved and the CD di- evacuees will be at Walker assistance is needed the Prothero and Pat Flana-
Only--No Children. Close to .Anna
Rose M.....I.I ChwthN.n.D.n.min.tl..I Marls. Shopping Area. L.aqo.11- rector. Junior: High School. state will send necessary gan; Fire Marshal Leon
( ) kept around Living room. bedroom. Persons refusing to be Southeast High S c h 001. manpower equipment and Stafford and Police

".,. letters' K. Wieslne dinette$50 per, kitchen mo. Jack a both.Marshall Yesrly Realtor basis evacuated will do so at Palmetto High School. supplies. Chiefs Sal Corsi (Long-

Peeler M aM Bid*. Anna Maria. 778-2614. their own risk and no Bradenton Elementaryand Officials who met with boat). Jim Lindsay (Bra-

THURSDAY: -WANT hUa S Woman to work 2 hrs. an further attempt will be Palmetto Memorial the CD director werei denton Beach) and W. H.
after noon. day. week, car"ror 8
3:30 pm Roser Choristers yr. old boy. Ironing, cleaning. Island made to evacuate them Elementary schools. Sheriff Ken Gross and Adams (Holmes Beach).
TeeUft' preferreil.778-1 239 after 9i3O.
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Rehearsal I POR RPJTiTwo&oJruoVn.Twonld! BUILDER OF HOMES DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH II!'
7:30 pm Cantus Choir House--Month or Season. Lyman S. LEGAL NOTICE -
suitoble' for Islend
Hewaea r
Putnam 226-aStb Street. Holmes >
SUNDAY il.ach.! or climote, one1 c.....,.,..... The I Park FOR
9:00 am Worship Service L21.4I._ run IN Tt.AltAT.US OMEGA onlarger. with all dark room COUNTY R.t Olr.. Tru.__er.hy
10:00: am Sunday School equipment. Also 3-1/4 z.-1/. Speed IN CHANCERYCASE NO. 14303. 3.7 ...I..t.. yIve' ... frivol leech foct Befti Accee.s.oa.ties. for Trailers .p to 31
I Youth Graphic Camera. All In good condition. ROSEOAL.EAnne
7:00 Night WILLIAM CHARLES ARMSTRONG NORMAN
pm 4O3 2OU Cocktail; 0er RADCNTON BEACH
Lewis Safford. Plaintiff Merio 7781410 .< MONDAY B "L actu Plac.1 ....
7:00: pm Boy Scout Troop 7 ALE* New Hume on DORA JOYCE LEGGETT ARM-
Seawalled Canal Frontage. 3: STRONG.Defendant..
WEDNESDAY: Bedrooms 2 Bathei Largo Florida SNAPPER TRIP

7:30 pm Board of R. E. Room and 2-Car Garage.. TU. Roof NOTICE TO DEPEND AND OP SUIT WfO. 4 SUM. > A.M.
central
Insulated} Intercom system a
heat ft air conditioning. See It at 243 IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OF CAII roa usitvATiOMiciourt
Church of Th. Annunciation Chllson Ave..Anna Maria.' Only$l500 FLORIDATOl r-itHiNft Title IHome
SAIL niPS ...
Dow 7 A.
(Epl.copol) DORA JOYCE LEGGETT ARM-
W ANTL.D TO |tUYi;AU u. s. coin. STRUNG. 61 Ogletborpe Park. ADMIRAL nilT. CCRTEZ. FUPWM .
"... Cereld K. Low. Rector Gold. Currency or Poreln Coins of
St. Slmona laland. GeorgiaIT 77*- 71*er rn-t1J1
THURSDAY any Country or old Medals. Tokens, IS HERhHY ORDERED that you"
etc. Byron s Bizarre naaaar 24O3 du appear and rile and serve your
9:00 am Holy Eucharist 14'" it. w.. r.l tOft'l.14'7-2'l.J:: Answer or other written defenses lu
TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER 1"0 SALE [k the sworn Complaint for Divorce filed ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC
on 75th St., $'.000. Beautiful corner herein against you and that you ao Llc....... Electrical
TRINITY Lot. 76th A Palm Dr.. Docking appear and file your Anewer or other Contractor
Beech Privileges. $3.3OO. Pour Lots written defeneee with the Clerk ut
Eucharist
8:00 am Holy evil Drive ., Fine
Marls 32 143. Awonwe
clue to Anna eioree. M Circuit Court In and for Manatee
10:30 am Family Eucharist. Sl.frSO each. Him In! Bay canalfront. County. Florida al the Court House L. (ROY) FERGUSON
Church School $1.000 up. Mahar. Realty. 77th ft Gulf at Itradenitm. Florida, on or before PHONES Day 77f.l4JNlaAl
& Sermon _. "." he 2>nd of
'ptl v "WNWftil'b ,HR'-'l .' day August A.D.. 196. 77f.3059
JAR and that you alto serve a c vy of your
Longboat Islotte! Ch.t .1 TKNANCHl MOWING. TRIMMING.EDGING. Answer or other written defense* on
(Not*.Deooa loetlonel) FLOORS CLBANKDft POLISH rUlntlffe Anur_,. I AW.:5 M.WAI.-
KD. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. LACE.otas. address Is Post Office Reasoner & Anson
FRIDAY: PROMPT RFFICIBNT SERVICE,plus HOB ISa.,|4JO. Uth St. WIHradenton. ImprovementLoans
REASONABLE RATU-Ref.re.. Florida, and title you will not omit, FLORIST
10:00 am
Group
Prayer 77i-2". lest and
KKN PKLLOWS. PMONH the matters things set forth -
Hrrrinftihaw' Home after 4IJOP.M. -*** St. >'. MPUR and alleged In said Complaint will betaken .... d.E..y.. to the IsJoWDfad
RLNit rutnisnod (*uki r tuniApts as confessed by you and upon Grand. Ho**! 1idq.
SATURDAY IncL UtWU_. ear.... Weekly lh.. pain vi saving s decree sroconfeseo
1:30 pin Choir Rehearsal I or Monthly rates 2KM Avenue R.Hfamee entered against you. f% 744 MSI ..
n cb. Ph. T4TH16.isLANuuk WITNESS my .hand and ofTXIal seal 14. 9110 ..... S .__
SUNDAY: IMiUTOSi Aaaeervlceloour this 17th day of July A.IX. !....
9:15 am Church School r..r.. we cam offer a 3m 7 (SEAL) M. T. M enlargement of say picture smearing of Circuit Court Ride The Island Bus
11:00 am Worship Service |n i T1.etM.ANnflR,Jot only tl.lSesch, Byi* Elaine SIt,...r
& Sermon "When You run KCNT< 5j c. 1 to June i CaniFrom Deputy Clerk
lton e-1$O sa. 3 tledraame, AMeS M. WALLACKAttocnoy SIX ROUND TRIPS' PROM
Start Talking to Your- |.|/2 Maths, Fireplace. Closed Gar for Plaintiff AAOCMTO44 DAILY
srlf I f"' a or tescber prefer..... 4JO Jill St. west
arad...en. FtorvtaTJJ. excePT SUNDAY
)Oa ... $. 'S4 in and let
IEFUL DiUYKA with CnaurTewts < Come us
Gle, Dot. ....
io Cvonoellcel License ant ......UIC.-WUI Drive .$.0- ,. .OeKo-'s THoOH

Lwth.._ Church row or Your.Car ASI sb...-Anytime.R .

p'... Lester M. Ut.. Pete 1\' tMT ':::.:tor ::.. :; tUt & !eet Plc discuss your needs

SUNDAYS week. ......- a-. uswiyee ,, 75th ft.. J
t freoft.. can TM>-ryyLi OP THE ISLAND.MCXT with you.
9:15 am Church School rok VAUM li I"A M i J 0..1 THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END

10:30 am u'orUilp Service wits 7-1/J HP Bvtnruwe Ortfo.r4 TO KOO 4 ftCCU MOTEL:
Mast. Also set of oars rSAL& .... ".. NEW MAMACCMOTTl r4AMK a NCLL CAVCMCMSM

ATTENDTHE 1m\ FOR 9 J n. w SMACK .Arnccrt: SOrT DrirMics'.o.. Daily I *. 10 toM

-il St.-,4.0UU tU........ nay Lote .d.Y. 4 .. 4 )o- All C4... a..d'1eei 171. Fi.s4..'
CHURCHOF prIced far Feick eelq Gulf Yr. THE BANK.
\\QjaOOl TTUk ... CAnsl. '',001'sa. % 7V
Canal $3- 'IN II.. f.3OWJN
YOUR CHOICE R. PROT1IERO: .... .... Estate

Bttt AvyAgr\? L-1 Z; FOR BEST RESULTS

htc0..-- w. Ostia! Sups Cs*.l>i h fc. J April 25. 1961
.t tRRNw1; -Islad ski..Oat t. r.r.

Du"nfCL AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn
$ Ih .a w8) .. ...t- ..wf.l.o.
r .,. w boartfelt awe ..all ever
reisuvos. frseooa .and ukeore. for. MM[ Anne Marie Island
tfteir k i s d a.s.. e>.n>..ty s.rsar
...... ... feral eAatrtgs M -
u... eI De Msell d ewi Missed HOLMES BEACH FLORIDAr
....... end t.-or. Lee W. LagU.W
we alee .... ........ gaM1, Wale
Ie ....... P'I'-c" Wd mLUa1 ql.N.terw in The Islander
ee rtrw. a ell .t....L aaM
aeeca. 8e tar GrU'ft' -a-.a.aata.
t ....- far ..... a.r ... .y.r.+. a7 Mas --It.: Fe4r.1 D.,...:. I....... c.r .......
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ISLAND REAL ESTATE




-y- Gulf Front Lot

Attractive Home with Gulf View T -, WORLD'S
:
NOT $1O.OOO. nor even
that can't be changed. 1 :L .' _' \7' I, ."" FAIR
,\. $8.OOOI Just listed and
... 'J
[ompletely furnished, well priced, TERMS If" ." ... ; j
HOUSEAnd
- owner said SELL! TilE
l- .l :
Beautiful Canalfront Home with many / J.ii- L 'WI'I" PRICE FOR QUICK other Model Homes

extrasJust Reduced $1,500 in price. OPEN DAILY ,
., SALE IS ONLY$6.500.|
'
Value Here _
Exceptional ATKEYROYALS
I1It Good terms if desired.
that rare thing, a bargain! -., ...
...
'
.
---:::" -_ .. Call Ralph Parrishor
- J
__ ._ 1' ,
GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR .;;. I A6-._ Peggy ABCI ll MooreParrish *

IOQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333 WEEK DAYS
,i SISLER J. DUDLEY. Broker.Salesman.-778-2156 New home on Fir Avenue Anna Maria built for Mr. RealtyP. 10-6 :
,. and Mrs. J. II. Dodson Jr. of Atlanta by Louis J. O. Plata,Anna Maria
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA Darolo of Bradenton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) SUNDAYS
778.1902 or 778.2121 1-6

TO SETTLE AN ESTATE 4.

HOLMES BEACH: One Bedroom. Tile
nly 6 Canal Lots Oath. Living Room with Fireplace. ? .4 ff7tde ;e1av ,4i -
Kitchen & Dining Area. Attached Garage
Gas Heat. Very Close To Gulf. .
To Sell--- Rented for $100 per month.

Can Be Bought For Less Than $8,500

owner said Liquidate at MAKE AN OFFER

JOHN B. PROTHERO

$3000 eachSIZE REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES RENTALS

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
75x147-up to 5 Years to PAY

ateafe *cjleatc *
BIMINI BAY ESTATES
2 BR-2 Bath Bayfront Furnished Home

WIDOW GONE NORTH-MUST SELL OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN

H 14OOO-GOOD TERMS-Must Be Seen CITY OF ANNA MARIA


DICK WAGNER If you are looking for an outstanding valuein
a homealte on a broad canal which leads to
Tampa Bay, and is near the Gulf Beaches
EALTOR Tel. 778-2663 BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer.
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
217 GULF DRIVE BRADENTON BEACH
full information.
JACK Realtor
HOLMES,
I tar
otliee 6101 Marina Dr.
f:


l LflRCHfnOIlT DEVELOpmEnT CORPOftflTIOflPresents Are You Looking? JACK'S

SECtGeorge

714 7.x..19. Wagner BARGAIN BOARDANNA

l N MARIAA
-
REALTY
NICE Two-Bedroom home with' Karagn.
(Island Shopping' C.nt.r on two beautifully I landscaped lot*--11t.OOO.
1...1F PHONE 778.2444Or THIS DANDY Duplex U 'In A-l Condition.
WRITE BOX 1012 Very nicely lurn..hcd--ha.. two wooded lots.
TWO LOTS in the North Point' Section
ANNA MARIA
i. c...i% *...... rw.. !...*.. convenient to Gulf. On paved street--Both
A!!.... P.... A....l.<. for S3.300.
EE1 HOLMES BEACH

UNITED ABSTRACT NEW Bedroom, 2-I1.lth Canal Front
AND TITLE home reduced to just SIV,4OO. An exceptional
buy. See bOlt Key Hoyate I DriveTOD Yl
GULF DRIVECO INSURANCECOMPANY
ORCNATIVCAPARTMCNTS: BRADENTON BEACHA

*.__ ir ; IIUAUTIFUI Bay Front property in
__ .
M C-4-'A'' 0--
a1...-w...w.A.r.--... ,, "' r_ exceptionally fine condition. Two.-Bedroom
R.l I.,.,. I..N..r homo with double xarago, maid's, room.
HOLMES BEACH Long duck. All for *1 2.(XX-- THKMS.
ANNA AAAIIA ISLAND. 524IAOINTOM.12h S. w...

VIA JACK MARSHALL Redtor

/1... UI 4141 I M &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria



MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Buying..Selling..or just Looking?



FEATURING These advertisers KNOW the Island./ .


400.... ........ c..u a__ s.-t ....... 0..__ S......- C..../ __ Air ca..e.... .....
0.4 T...A.a_ A......... ....cer-. I OfIS.........M.........1 c-e..a lUll C .r1u..W 09-1 I
A o.e.e. ...
...
.
'._.. L P'e ee = A/r111..1 M.r M L. BIMINI BAY ESTATES JACK MAffflltALL Reslux
'S .....4e C1-4 a.c.:: A..me .. -no.e...... T.w'__IL... Tlrwrr-.1 *
V.. r.......? fwl..ry 1-.. wlita.r.l ..4H...TV A..r.r..t .
Qt r H.Nr....1p A :-.. TV w.d T.Sp. .....- CLRTHUDL lll.AUINGAME PAJlJlJSII REALTY
O.4. e. ........ A.a /... ---... .1r. r.u____ .. ........ JII.ll
Well.. -.u Crps4.. 3.e.4 C+-..... ,....,... i..-.MS. a coa-. 0.- )Ot IH B. FKOTftE&O. ft.jJ.lel..JEC4lc
rW O.
-. ---._"-....... ...... JACK IIOCMZ4. ft>.b<* Ras/ BfoiicfETtOC

KEY nor ALE: i tow is. lAc. WACMEK.CEOKCC ac.l.-
For Information Contact Robert S. Cable

MARIA REALTY WACNHI. Rsg/ststsd
Sales Manager Phone 778.1611 .... E eaa fro f
LAaClDoIOtlT DSVtxOPMVST<< COIU'



Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday August 13, 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I



SPEND YOUR $ $ WISELY Y &.oW :d-UII.9\mu.: .. inc. Take or send aSOUVENIR of FLORIDA

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Many New Florida items arriving

See us for L-o-n-g Lasting daily--Gifts for Everyone--

AT HOME : FREE GIFT g MAIL WRAP
Colorful Aluminum Drapes or 41
a-d' w Lending Library
Shades. i.
/D / SAirl.7 MIl Jolt" D"bc--
liDS IA1T< OUtS
WE RENT'OI.DING MS -DIAffKS 71'fS : .
They will Home
-HIGH CHAIRS *LINENS -SUN! THING COTS protect your
-STKOLIE -LANXCTS
Linen Rental Service 778-1472 and Furnishings from:
214.54th St. Holmes BeachHUFfiNE'S
The The Sun's Summer's Glare Heat WIM SUIT SALE

STANDARD SERVICEA
The Winter's Cold
A 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 1 & 2 PIECE
.. - -
CALL 778-1771
NIGHT 778-1440 CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m. Famous Brands

Anna Maria Island's Only

LICENSED CAR DEALER REDUCED!

( Bulck..RambUr..Dodg..Dodg Dart..Plymouth PITTSBURGH 141312Dress
lII

JOIN THE SUNPROOFoil .un ProofHouse f = Sale
I baseHOUSE Pain* ,

i

C-O-G-L C-O-O-L CLUB v r 1/4 1/3 1/2

98 misses & half sizes
ASK ABOUT OUR _- ---- S ONLY

r o ....... of PER GAL. #161 Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort
--
I .. : ., : "NOISELESS" Holmes Beach Inc. La
: Supplies
; ..--< -.- : :) Air Conditioner Y .

6.300 28.000 BTU 778-1131 Plan r Phone
.
5345 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach --
As Low As $158.88 vGsotl luiAA Hrl'4,),U/oeef 7781161CHOICE
Free Installation on MOST Models

CHECK THE WARRANTY & Are You Bored? MEATS & PRODUCE

The NOISELESS MODELS & DON'T BETake a look at our
SHELLS and all the fixin's to make HANDY DANDYOPEN
YOU WILL BUY, _
just about anything you want
AND
7 A.M.-9 P.M.
BE A MEMBER OF THE CLUB
a 7781020WOMEN'S EVERY DAY
.j ISLAND
IMMEDIATE INSTALLATIONALL
,. SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
NEW MODELS IN STOCK --


ISLAND TV 778-1703 ar1a,, ;1{ R.Call C. SCHUCHARD 778-2012


Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. BATHING SUITS PLUMPino CONTRACTOR

30 5304 HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
Values to $995 ONE $ 88
TO REPAIRS
PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUP PLIES.PUMPS.
N CSpARKLNe 46 1 Piece or 2 Piece PRICEISLANDYAIIETYSTORE

0 778-1021 BEACH LIQUOR STORE
Helmet Peach One-Stop Shopping Center

HOUSE Yowr = Special =
ON FIRE? Agent tom
vILLOurFOR Fleischmann's Vodka 5th $3.09
YOU 3 for $9.00
- - - -
COMPLETE Walker's Gin 5th 3 for $10.00
TAILORED
IMBCTSEE PROTECTION J Bellows Gin 5th 3"for $10.00
FOR YOUR Ten High 5th 3 for $10.00
CAR. HOME.
WATERManatee PERSONAL Mix 'cm or Match 'cm

BUSINESS. BLACK LABEL 6 Pack
BUSCH BAVARIAN PLUS .
OLD MILWAUKEE a'et: :'
County Water (Baglreagnsurance - - - -
Company. Bottled/ Miller High Life
(INCOOOC4TIO)
........o+l.: 778.1697 778.1548 FOR FREE DELIVERYRon
SM.ppiw. C..t.r H.hw.s t..ch Fl..i4.Tekphow. Bob
( )
( )
77S-202Z closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon Phone 778.2023





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