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 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00238
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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LINDA S. SA-joER

P.K. YONCE LIBRARY OF

FLORIDA HISTORY

GAINESVILLE I FUA.



The Islander; .


THE VOICE OF ANTtA MARIA ISLAND at J \\\lS1O W

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good



No. 667 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1964 TEN: CENTSI
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:,: .. "./" _\,," ; ", .... It Representatives of the low Route 60 to a point
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.. ; ': : ,. county commissions of near Dc Soto then
:"_ ."t'. ;r ,-> ; .. City;
't.- ..... ?Joti',' 10\j, :,;.;. the four counties through via Route Q8 to Okeecho-
"': ,.. : .,. which the proposed Gulfto bee. and Route 70 to Fort
.l .,'4 Ocean
(GO) Highway Pierce.
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t passes met at Okeechobee The four-county committee -
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'J :- ;,': ,(," ';', .." ,.,"i 1. proposed GO Highway authorized ordering of
:a " will be merely a 25.OOO promotional bro-
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;' -', \ + designation for a direct chures for the Highway,
;,' S route from Anna Maria' which will he distributedat
j i- Island to Fort Pierce. various points on the
:: over State Roads already state's principal north-
In existence. south highways. Marker
Purpose of the highwaywill signs for the GO Highway .
r be to show motoristson also were authorized by
:i the principal north- the committee. They will
..11I south highways on either be placed on the highway
coast that there Is a approximately ten miles
safe and direct route between apart for eastbound traffic -
the two coasts and and a like distance
between the better known apart for westhoundcars.
cross state highways. According to membersof
Manatee. Hardee. Okee- the :Manatee' County
chobee and St. Luc Ie are delegation to the meeting,
the four counties which the highway should be a
the GO Highway crosses. reality within 30 to 60
Route 6-1 from the Islandto days.
-- ... Zolfo Springs Is the Members' of the
..A. _..,___...._____ - ":'!' ,', .. ___.__ _. _-:- first section of the GO County
group were Duncan Wa
NEW POST OFFICE building In Anna twice as much floor space as It did Highway." Next I It will fol then who originated the
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I which was completed last week by .about 1.7OO square feet. with some new _, plan and Howard Adamsof
Norman Rosedale who is also owner of the as air conditioning. The new wing at Up In Smoke Holmes peach who
The post office will occupy quarters In will be made Into business offices represented the I Island 1
area It did before the building was Rosedale. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Returns to the Island (Division of the County

cities for cigarette taxes Chamber of Commerce
;
Island Police And REGISTRATION collected during I June George Hartor of the Palmetto -
I were: Anna Maria. City I Division, and Fran
Busy With Traffic STUDENTS at Anna Maria' Elemen- $793; Uradenton BCQch.I. Hall the executive vice
JI.5J5; "Holmes l Heach president of the County

HOLMES BEACHPlrius. { roll were riding WHO HAVE NOT REGISTERED $1.1-14.I and Longboat Key Chamber.
: totaling >3O were on the beach at $867. Hotchlnnon Return /
levied In Holmes Beach end of the may do so on Monday. August 24. Museum ContributionThe
:Municipal. Court at its front wheel To Hospital _
session on Thursday and threw sessions will be from 8:30 a.m. board of directorsof
Aug. 13.Mayor. machine. the Island liank. last

Elmer G. Twist was treated at and from 1 :30 until 3:30 p.m. week voted to contribute
who acted as magistrate, Memorial $1.00O to the building fund
fined John W. Davis 18, contusions of the new students, parents are for the proposed new
of Ocala $25 for speeding and hip. and South Florida Museum.
and $10 for failureto After to take the birth certificates of the Clarence E. Hrewer.
turn on his headlights Incident president of the bank,
during a rainstorm. no summons and all available health records. announced the action of
Mason A. Fountain. 22. said that at the the directors, at the meeting -
of Palmetto was fined $15 cyclists rode have emphasized that it is of the Island (Divisionof
for speeding. beach there the County Chamber of

Both arrests were made showing V to take the students to the Commerce Thursday
by Police Chief W. H. allowed on the evening. Brewer Maid he
Snooks Adams. registering them. believed the new museum
After the court session. BRADENTON would benefit the entirecounty.

Mayor Twist said. "We A total of 29 _
intend to eliminate speed- on the docket for Islander Fred Hutchln-
ing and other traffic day's B r a den Teachers At Anna /Maria School son. who this! week was
violations in our city by City Court Principal been added to the faculty son IN the daughter; Mr. back In Christ hospital
imposing maximum sen- arrests were d1.&turb"J classes at at the Anna Maria School. and Mm. M. H. Mickey Cincinnati Monday was
tences for flagrant I Police Chief Jim Elementary They are Miss Patricia; Harrison. reported by lUll) Do Witt.
offenses and by publishingthe Scheduled to be Monday. Milllcan. a graduate of Other member of the president and owner of the
proceedings of our charges of Delta State College at bculry aro,.tr.. Elizabeth Cincinnati '\adll. to be In
local court." Thomas E. ; have Cleveland. Miss., who will Mellln. kindergarten; "good spirits and resting
teach first grade and MUM well."
ard H. Whitted: and; assault Dorothy Dulloch.
ANNA MARIA CITY Jordan; Evelyn ; ; Comp- Miss Evelyn Harrison of first grade; Mrs. Eugenic HutchlnMon. manager; of
Anna Maria City Police nolds; James stop and no f'Palmetto a graduate; *of Higgins second grade; the Reds Mince mld-sea-
Chief George F. Jordan Russell M. and John the University of Miami Mr. IIcMMle Laney. third Mon. 1959. last December
Sunday arrested Floyd L. ard E. Aikcy; and no who will teach filth or grade; Mrs. Valerie ftaa found he had chest cancer.
Curtis. 17. of Oneco and Bright Jr.; sixth radc- Miss.. llrrl- cltclll and Mrs. Margaret DeWltt said teat are
charged him with speeding (Bates; Nathan Drew fourth grade; W. I!. being made and that ho
6O miles an hour in a Jr.; Eugene L. Moss' fifth grade and haM no idea how long hla
30 mile zone and failure. Joseph S. { Mrs. tfortenae Ottley, manager mum remain In
to obey two Stop signs. Audrey Wilcox; sixth grade. the hospital.
Curtis posted a bond of Hall. ; Jessie .Crll. Wanda Miller will "Picture above was taken
$35 on the speeding Robert Mathews operate the school cafeteria late In February when
charge and $1O bond for Burnett: of C01/UERCE and William Moden. Hutch was hums for a few
passing the Stop signs. James R. of flradcnton will be the days before the start of
Chief Jordan also arrested Louie P. Turner. new custodian. the Ked* spring training..
Richard Tanner. Others slated (ILSLANDHK! PHOTO)
26. of Palmetto for drlv- and their

ing 45 miles per hour in Rita II. Woocen. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
.a 35 mile zone, and failureto and no driver's
obey a Slop sign. Tanner Robert H." w...# R.1./.11..
posted a total bond of ing and T.....
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$15 on the two charges. an alcoholic
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Miss Pam Carroll. IB.of Charles Conner r
Cocoa Beach a visitor and expired the US '19-41-3OI Interchange east of A.11s4 p4 yj A7 Norve
In Anna Maria, waa injured cense; Fred been acquired' by the County Chamber Aug, 12'7) 1M tJfS s'" s4 Nuns
Sunday afternoon public \ a site for a welcome. and Information Aug. 1-7'.1.? 54 HI I) Jtd MonsAug.
when riding on the rear gus (J era It 0 n. the land will be granted In exchange 14. or" 1tf'.1! IWS f 91 bb None
seat of a motorcycledriven driver's license; chamber mftn rshJp.. Building Au1. 14.-80 ed WI 91 a6 .2
by Robert Shock ley J. Nlcolet. .... the Island Division of the Chamber + Aug,, Id..7e If'.J 04 90 HAMf None
of Salisbury. Md. battery; James been turned over co the County Auj. 17-.81 M) .7 JO Won
Shockley and Miss Car- drunkenness and as -komecen.cer (Ilanderboco)






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Page 2 TIIR ISL4KHKR Thursday, August 2O,


S'ense an
Islander Editorials . .

by THE ED1TOF .
And PracticeAs
Preaching One of the most excitingand
significant new booksof
the year is."None Dare
the Island population grows a greater varietyof Call It Treason," byJohnA.
goods and services become available right hereat Stormer. First pub-
home. And there is much to be said in favor of lished in February it has
patronizing the local firms offering those goods or been reprinted eleven

services. times for a total of 1.8
When a crisis is here and a prescription must be million copies. An eye-
. filled at midnight . or the plumbing starts leak- opener for everyone.
ing . or the car won't start . or the masterof ft tt tt v vr
the house is out of clean linen . or the Through the years of its
cupboard is bare and unexpected guests are due to history America often
arrive . is that the time to rush off the Island has been threatened by
and solve the problem elsewhere? Of course not! enemies without and within -
It is the time to patronize an Island business that but for the most part
can solve the problem. has progressed and pros-
Out those firms offering the goods and services in pered despite those
the occasional emergency are available only because threats.
they are supported and patronized--not only by their Now however some-
emergency customers--but by regular customerswho thing more serious than
realize the economic importance--not to mentionthe before
ever poses a new
convenience shopping at home. Most of the threat to the very basis of
comforts and conveniences enjoyed here today are our democracy American _
available more or less In proportion to the numberof family life.
people or rather customers who live here. U that sounds dramaticand
Schools churches doctors electric power stocksof
overstated that is COALS TO NEWCASTLE--Some of The
palms were purchased by Williamthe
food medicine and clothing trained personnel to
service the needs of the community . all of these exactly the effect we are 58 Cabbage Palms recently purSearl., Robert Rankin Harry Varley
for--but this is
striving chased from firm in Oneco five Herman
a by Burnett and Antonio Camboni
arc here to enjoy as long as there are enough peoplein
the them. being written VERY earlyin residents of the 47th 49th Street and were used to replace dead pino
community to support
and it is
the morning area in Holmes Beach near the Gulf. trees. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
NOW THEN Is it not a short-sighted business difficult to read what has
policy for some of those same business people to been written. appearances.And prepare the tresses for beach weighing from two
spend much of their income shopping in other places? This new threat Is the so they won't feel some important occasion.But to twelve pounds each.
Some Island business people are active members of what outlandish when when
conspiracy among appearingin they are seen tt tt NAnd
the local Chamber of Commerce organization and appears to be a majorityof public they have band- even fairly late in the on the subject of
pay lip service to the theory and importance of the young women to ed into clubs so that it evening one is compelledto fishing, the ADMIRAL
spending money here and supporting local businessesbut make themselves so unattractive is not unusual to see five ask "What occasion?" returned from its 3 a.m.
-- at the same time persist In going less than to the oppositesex or six of them together ft tt tt trip Sunday with more
the whole way--and refuse to help support the that marriage will all equipped with their A reminder to all read- than a thousand pounds of
merchant or professional man across the street or eventually become much plastic antennae.To ers of The ISLANDER: Grouper and Snapper. A
In the next block. too risky. Why? Becauseof give these gals some Send along your news of brief study of the registerat
The Island also has a fair number of practitionersof those pink plastic gad- false feeling of security people on the Island-- the ADMIRAL dock in
one sort or another who not only don't play the gets many of the gals some evil genius has invented births weddings deaths Cortez shows that its
game--but don't even live on the Island. They merely have growing out of the a cur 1 e r-cover. arrivals and departures passengers come from all
drive out here from the mainland--ply their trade-- tops of their heads--isn't which resembles an old etc. And when you do, 50 of the United States
and drive home again when the day's work is done. it more than an even bet fashioned dust cap but in please read it over, and and from many foreign
Out they would be out of business if THEY were not that this deformity couldbe colors. In theory it is be sure it is legible--not countries. Tried it yetI ?
patronized by residents of the Island. passed down to their supposed to disguise the Just to you but also to us. tt / tt
The shop-at-home theory is, of course a twosidedcoin. female children? curlers and make it possible tt tt ft Now to fill out the space
Island businessmen should realize they are These future motherswearthelnfernalcontrap to wear them without Long one of the Island's allotted to us, we suggest
competing not only with similar businesses on the detection. But such of better anglers. Bob CableIs that your name always will
Island, but also with those mainland establishmentsIn tions--not only in the course is not the case. back at it again and be spelled correctly In our (
the name line ot toualneaa.' Tho answer then la privacy of their own It is to be understoodthat reports catching--over a news columns if It Is correct ,i
reasonably obvious--to make their sunshine Just a homes but on what must the antennae are Intended period of several weeks-- on our list of paid s
# little brighter than that of their competition and not be most of their public as beauty aids to about 40 Snook along the subscribers.
forget prices.

Retired WorkhorsesDespite . .LETTERS. .


a published opinion to the contrary everyone Dear Editor:
who lives on the Island or who owns property Thank you very much for the several editorials and I do not propose personally to develop or
here owes a debt of gratitude to many of our retired which you have written in behalf of my desire to obtain promote any change in existing law affecting annexa-
rcsldcnt --for any number of contributions to the the advice and counsel of my constituents with tion of any municipality in Manatee County. Further
general welfare of everyone concerned.In reference to annexation and other legislative matters. I helped draft and pass the present law in the 1959
the field of local government alone many of those Since talking to you at your office I have received session of the Florida Legislature and I felt it was a
residents who have retired from business or profes- approximately eight letters from the Gulf beachesand democratic law at that time and I still feel that it is ,
sional careers have proved that they were not readyto I find that there is some confusion in the mindsof a democratic law in view of the fact that it providesthat
retire In fact and have made themselves invaluableto the writers of these letters. This is probably due the people directly concerned can by simple
their fellow citizens on the Island. to the fact that they did not receive a letter them- majority decide whether or not they desire annexa-
For specific examples in recent years there arc selves or that they failed to read the copy of the tion of any given area.
Mayors Henry Mcunler and P. C. VanKensselaor of letter which you published In a previous issue of The Let me make it perfectly clear that 1 am not pro-
Uradcnton Ueach: Elmer G. Twist Carl Scott and ISLANDER.So posing change and that I feel that the existing law is
Pete Niles of Holmes Ucach and Henry Clay Jim that there will not be further misunderstandingupon an adequate and a good law but that I will as always
Ferguson and Harvey Meyer of Anna tarla.In the part of anyone who desires to correspondwith listen to all of my constituents whether they be for or
addition there have been and arc, dozens of me concerning this particular matter let me against any particular proposal and will do my best
outstanding examples of retired people here who have state again my reasons and the purpose for writingthis to see that the general public is fully informed of any
done yeoman service as commissioners aldermenand letter: proposed legislation in order that my final decisioncan
councilmen not to mention the many membersof 1. I have always tried to keep my constituents be made based on that which I think is to the best
the various zoning and other advisory groups. informed concerning proposed changes in local interest of the welfare of the citizens of my senatorial .
Some of the most significant improvements on the government and have always sought the advice district.
Island over the years have been conceived and to and counsel of my constituents. In order that I I am grateful for the interest of those few citizens
some extent carried out, by the retirees and the may attempt to provide the method of government who have written me and do hope that your editorial
bulk of the work on the various fund raining driven which they desire. interest will encourage more citizens to write me
for charity and community good works has been 2. There has not been any written legislation and to give me the benefit their counsel and advice
completed by the same group of people. proposed to me by any group or individuals but and suggestions with regard to our local and state
And too there is no logical way to discount the several citizens of the City of Bradenton did government. Sincerely Ed H. Price r.
value of good solid experience any line of approach me in conversation and related to me
endeavor. So that valuable leadership which can be their desires with regard to changes in the The Islander
furnished only by those who "have been there can- annexation laws relating to the City of Bradentonand
not be taken lightly nor should it be treated as adjacent territory. This 1 stated' In my original An Iwdepenoenl. Weekly I published. .very Thursday
anything but the asset to the Island community whichIt letter. by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Isl| 3. I felt it that constituents have
important
really my an .
314 PI.. Avenue. Am. Mori. Island Florida
opportunity to ace a true excerpt of the present
W.lti.1 To H..r law governing annexation of adjacent territory to EDITOR_STEVE KIMBALL
the City of Bradcnton and this I reproduced In my ADVERTISING MANAGE ARGE KIMBALL
With September and the beginning of fall clone at original letter for the information of my constituents. MAIL ADDRESS: P. O, Box 737.Anna Maria Florida.
hand our auacribera who upend the Bummer in the TELEPHONE 77S-2021.
north will begin to return to the Island--In fact we 4. I pointed out In my letter that the only way in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S. S3.SO
.
already have heard from a few of them asking u* to which I could serve my constituents was for themto : .
per rear $2 for slid month Canada.per r\JaIq
change their mailing addresses at a certain date. take an interest in their local government and $5 year. ADVERTISING RATES
This is a small service we arc only too happy to that I desired to know whether or not they wanted SI per column Inch. Discount of ten a a :
perform especially when subscribers arc headed any change In the present law, and if so, what percent for six consecutive Insertions q ...
back south for the winter. But with all the details to change they did want. if paid by tenth of following month.
be taken care of, it is not surprising that some few 3. Finally I pointed out that I would not even National, or agency placed advertising.SI 4l1
people forget to notify us about changes of addreas. consider any proposal for change of any existing astsrr.76 a..RS per column-assia-d Inch.CLOSING .w .tM'..,. 'iiii-'
In order for us to give each of our readers better law until and unless the people concerned' had TIME NOON. TUESDAY.
service and to guarantee delivery of the paper each assured me that they wanted such a change and EMered ... Second Class matter under.
week, a few minutes spent in sending u*a postal card desired such a change. the Act of March 3. I 79.
will do the trick. It also will cut down our weekly workload Now let me go a little further and say that I do not
and earn our undying gratitude. personally propose any legislation In the field of MAMA n_ COUNTY":. ONLYI NCIIIIaa o.MaDsPAN..
Come back soon--and remember Drive Carefully! annexation concerning municipalities in our county


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Thursday August 20. 1964 TIlE ISLANDER Page_

The At clo. ..'ow. th* .pra Anhinga .I a Royal PaUi (right) looks 8 .w .. 8 p. w..u.ys
The surface Ilk.. th* bony ....i..... of ..**. ... .
placid of a mangrove-bordered lagoonin t r anciont rptil. S ..2 .. S.sal.yeEIJFBB'S
the heart of Florida's swamp country is suddenly
broken by a long thin form which drips and glistensin
the burning sun like the head and neck of an The Island's World

enormous snake. It disappears as quickly as it came. Of Leaves
Stillness again descendsas
ripples from the In Nature's vast domainof
strange coming and going 1 beauty leaves form a Island Pharmacy
dissolve away. For what fascinating world more rlr.a>*,. 59O4 Marina Drive
seems like the
moments varied and intricate than
water is calm its mir- the mind can imagine or 771-1 11.-H I t. 778-2075

rored surface reflectingazure than the eye commonly J. O. W'... I..
Florida sky and t notices.
deep green mangroves. The leaves of every
Then a surprising dis- species of plant are unique
tance from where it first T FA . in size shape pattern
arose the creature lifts I arrangement,
again. This is no snakeit -- texture and sometimes
is a bird the colorfuland color yet all.by Nature's
intriguing Anhinga or design have the sameness ,
Snake Bird the myste- of being symmetrically FREE DELIVERY
rious inhabitant of deep l 1 1i perfect.
swamps and mangrove- Lashed by salt sea winds REGISTERED
choked waterways. A bird . pelted by rain . .
that spends more time .: ; ,, painted with silver from PHARMACISTSON
under water than in the the white-fire sun . .
air. The Anhinga also or hanging limply in the DUTY
known as the Water Turkey still air of a tangerine) ''r+ AT ALL TIMES
has been fishing. MALE ANHINGA twilight.) . the Island's
Completely submerged 1 world of leaves is a worldof THURSDAYFRIDAY
he floats along taking fish with his long pointed bill constant beauty.
and surfacing to swallow his catch or take a breathof --Steve de Wolf
air. Th. colorful varl. Spar-hap lava el a punktr. SATURDAY
ol a crolan(c ntr right) grow Intropical
When his hunger is satisfied the Anhinga will leave .. spiral artistically along th. contract to .uttoundln4
the water climb a mangrove branch and stiffly spreadhis branch.(ISLANDeR PHOTOS by :loliag. Papyrus graam (right.)) ONLY
ha. lull at th. ol (
top t..t.w.
soaked wings to catch the drying sun and wind. STEVE d.WOLri) !. popularly a known a. ..umkroll
This is a necessity since the Anhlnga's wings lack plant." 500
the water-repelling oil that the feathers of most overhanging water a feature which gives the young
water birds have and his wings must be dry beforehe an amusing method of escaping danger. Norwich Aspirin
can fly.It When a fledgling is almost ready to fly he stands at k-
is in this characteristic pose that the visitor to the edge of his nest flexing his wings) waiting) for REG$1.29 99C:
Florida's hinterlands is most apt to find the Anhinga.The the big moment when he can stir up enough) courageto
adult male Anhinga is about three feet long. launch forth.If .
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His head neck and shoulders arc glossy greenish he is threatened or frightened the young bird .
black and his back is striped or spotted silvery fearlessly dives headlong into the water which may 1/2 OFF
gray. The female is dark-bodied a rich brown on be fifteen feet below and is gone. Apparently he DRINK
the breast and lighter brown with white spottings learns to swim before he learns to fly.
on the back. Her head and neck are very light brownor This habit will continue through adult life, always Cool or
buff. The young are sometimes entirely buff. leaving two paths of escape open to the strange e.rEA11
These birds often nest in colonies sometimes in the Anhinga--air or water. -
company of other water birds. The nests are .Jim Drews and Hob Bergen Cool W 'II .
constructed of large sticks and lined with fresh $10.95
leaves or Spanish moss. From two to five bluishor
greenish-gray eggs are laid in a season. MILKSUMMER'S
A pair of Anhlngas will build their nest on a branch ALL SCHOOL
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MR. AND MRS. ED GEYER of Gulf Drive. Holmes
All About eopHe... Beach, are parents of a baby girl Peggy Ann who
If was born July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Geyer have two other
MISS PATTI WELSCH was guest of honor Saturdayat daughters. Pat and Pam.
a luncheon at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club at MR. AND MRS. CLAYTON BOWER returned
which Mrs. Wyatt Blassingame of Anna Maria was IIr2o. Island this week after visiting in Minnesota to and the
the hostess. r Illinois for some time.
Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Welsch.
daughter
MR. AND MRS. A. R. PELLETIER who have
lived
Welsch of Holmes Beach will become the bride of
a at 6806 Gulf Drive Holmes Beach for several
Herbert S. Miller of Holmes Beach on Saturday. years*
and their daughter Michelle have moved to Hartford
Aug. 22.Guests. j Conn. '
the luncheon Mrs. Don Mel1ln Mrs.
at were ;
MRS. DON BRACKIN of 85th Street Holmes
.. Beach
Melvin Long the former Miss Anne Mellln; Mrs.W. .
returned home a few days ago after a visit of severaiweeks
E. Page III. the former Miss Susie Robson; Mrs.A. .
with her family in New Jersey.
H. Robson and Miss Judy Robson; Mrs. Ronnie
THE REV. AND MRS. RICHARD K.
Hlrshberg. the former Miss Janice Carlson; Mrs.F. WIGGINS and
Bouvard Shell; Mrs. Francis Welsch; Mrs. Lou Sir family of Anna Maria will return to the Island this
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week from a trip to New England. During a tour
Miller mother of the groom-elect and Mrs. Frank of
E. Kimball. r New England, they attended the annual conference of
Mrs. Blassingame presented the bride-to-be witha the Council of Community Churches held this year
gift of silver and a corsage of white roses and I at East Northfleld Mass. The Rev. Mr. Wiggins was
presented the other guests with corsages of rosebuds. elected a trustee of the Council. He will return to his
Miss Welsch and Mr. Miller will be married at a. pastorate at Roser Memorial Community Church
7:30 o'clock Saturday evening at the Roser Memorial this week, and at the morning worship service Sunday
Community Church. Anna Maria with the pastor the will use as"the topic of his sermon "The Church
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins to perform the ceremony. As Mission.
Miss Kathlene Kimball of St. Croix. U. S. Virgin --1.1 MR. AND MRS. PAT FLANAGAN of 54th Street
Islands, a cousin of the bride will be maid of honor. Holmes Beach plan a motor trip during September.
Bridesmaids will be Miss Jacqueline Brlnkley of NEW ISLAND RESIDENT Mrs. Margaret M.Guthrle. They will visit friends and family in Corpus Christi, I.
Deland. and Miss Diane Carter of West Palm Beach. formerly of Knoxvllle, Tenn. and Harlan. Ky. Mrs. Texas and in California and plan to return from
Ronald Smith will be best man. and ushers will be Guthrie, who has many friends on the Island, has California via Las Vegas where they will stay for a
.. Vernon Vickers Erik Anderson and Terry Ruppen- been a seasonal visitor here for a number of years. few days.
thal. Recently she purchased an apartment at 54OO Gulf MRS. RALPH JORDAN of 58th Street Holmes
. Miss Mary Anderson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Drive Holmes Beach, from Larchmont Development Beach is a patient at Manatee Memorial Hospital in
Erik Anderson of Holmes Beach will be flower girl. Corp., and is now occupying her newhome. (Islander Bradenton.
Mrs. Fred Archer will be the organist. A receptionIn Photo) THE REV. AND MRS. H. C. BENJAMIN of 75th
the fellowship hall of the church will follow the Street Holmes Beach are spending the month in
ceremony.MR. home of Mrs. Osborn's parents Mr. and Mrs. August New York while Father Benjamin serves as rectorat
AND MRS. LAURITS PETERSON of 510- 72nd Marx of Baronet Lane Key Royale. St. John's Episcopal Church of Flushing L. I I.,
Street. Holmes Beach have been recent guests of MISS MAE VANOSTENBRIDGE of Shelbyville.Mich. during the vacation of the rector of the church. St.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Storrer of Holmes Beach at has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Aaron John's is the church where Father Benjamin servedas
the Storrers' summer home at Sackets Harbor. L.I., VanOstcnbrldge Sr., at their home on 58th Street rector for many years and from which he retired
N. Y.MISS. Holmes Beach. Mr. and Mrs. VanOstenbridge are before moving to the Island.
BECKY DUFFY of North Shore Drive. Anna leaving this week for a trip of several weeks, during SGT. AND MRS. JOHN N. CROSBY of Fort Hood.
Maria has had as recent guests her mother. Mrs. which they will visit family and friends in Michiganand Texas have announced the birth of a son, John Nell
George Duffy and her brother Dennis Duffy both of New Jersey attend the World's Fair and spend Jr., born on July 31. Mrs. Crosby is the former
Pittsburgh.MR. some time at Fontana Village.N.C.on their way backto Miss Linda Kay Brown daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
AND MRS. TOM CONDIE of Rah way,N.J.. and the Island. Ralph A. Brown of 208 77th Street Holmes Beach.
their children are visiting Mrs. Condle's parentsand MRS. LUCILLE SHEEHAN left this week for Puerto Sgt. Crosby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crosbyof
her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rico, where she will teach at the base school at East Bradenton.
Sam Adams and Mr. and Mrs. James Adams and Ramey Air Force Base. She has spent the summeron MRS. EDGAR HUTH of Holmes Beach returned to
Mrs. Condle's grandmother. Mrs. D. C. Adams all the Island visiting members of her family. the Island a few days ago after a cruise to the
of Spring Lane. Anna Maria. MR. AND MRS. RALPH WILLS of Baronet Lane Mediterranean.MR. .
MR. AND MRS. LARKIN OSBORN of Wllmctte.., Key Royale left recently for a three-month trip to AND MRS. R. B. CREAGER of 201 78th
and their children. Rochelle Dave and Bob. returned Denmark Sweden Norway, Germany and the British Street. Holmes Beach, recently enjoyed a ten-day
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4s more about people Kansas City..Miss Bonnie Woody and party of Bradley.
o CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Stuart Kent. Ohio...
Mr. and Mrs. Derek Walton of Oak Ridge. Tenn.. and family...
r HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Bowers of Falls Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pedlow of Lake City and family...Mr.
Church. Va..Mr. and Mrs. J. Vaslonase and Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Chipchase of Bradenton...Mrs. Martha Sageof Orlando and
Costos Baseleadis of Juno Beach.. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Watson family.
0i and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Langfalr of Fort Meade...Mr. and Mrs.C. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sauls of Lakeland
W. Rhodes of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Dodd Jr. of Trout and family.. .Mr. and Mrs. William; Shanahan of St. Petersburg
Dale Va.TRIPP'S. and family..Mr. and Mrs. James Teal of McKeesport..
j COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lindsay of Warren. Ohio PALM COURT: Mrs. J. H. Cone of Fort Meade..Mrs. Jimmy
. ..Mr. and Mrs. P. Zeimls of Tampa and son...Capt. and Mrs.E. Cotton of Bartow. and children. 1 t :
V. Chandler Jr. of Miami and family. HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stephens of r
. ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Merrlt Reynolds of St. Rome. Ga.. .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cornish of Cincinnati and son
Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Meadows and children; ..Mr. and Mrs. M. Schmitt of Anchorage. Ky..and family. .Mr.
. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stull Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Craun and Mrs. Ed D. Hammon of Nedrow. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. E. F. .
1 and son. all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hunt and family; Keillng of Dartley. W. Va.. and family. *
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gunnels and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Davis TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G. Armond of Lake Wales...
and family all of Miami...Mr. and Mrs.C.A. Woods of Dover... Mr. and Mrs. O. Holm and Mr. and Mrs. G. Stewart of Tampa...
1 Mr. and Mrs. Jaulno Mawejkowski of West Palm Beach...Mr. Mrs. Sidney Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carroll and Mr. and 1 a v 11 11ar 11w
and Mrs. W. D. Daugherty and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mrs. Alva Harrison all of Bartow. ..Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sickingof
Ballinger of Fort Meade.. .Mr. and Mrs.W.W.Lingo of Bradenton Lawrenceburg. Ind.. and family. .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F.
..Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Carllidge. and Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Vogeland Praggtn of Wauchula..Mr. and Mrs. Hap Hall of Fort Meade.. 1,
family all of Lake Wales. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lentman of Streator. III...Mr. and Mrs.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. andMrs. M. F. William Benton of Branford Conn.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Satnerof
Pollard of Avon Park...Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Prather and Dover..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grace of Crafton. Ky..Mr. Li
Miss Linda Britton of Rlvervlew. Ala..Mr. and Mrs. Christ and Mrs.. Arnold Stevens of llrandon..Mr. and Mrs. II. H.Huggins .
Panter of Ruskin...Mr. and Mrs. Craig Barr of Fort Meade... of llartsvllle. S. C..Nelson Alderman of Wlmauma...
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. O'Neal of Lakeland and family...Mr. and Alfred Boeck and mother of Manasquon. N. J.
Mrs. Irvin Colvin of Springfield. Ky.. and family...Mrs.Helen P. LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Vincent of East
Neal of Tampa and family..Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Galt and Liverpool. Ohio and family..Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dupeireur of St. Louis. Mo...Mr. and Mrs. family and Mr. andMrs. L.L.Starltngand family all of Lakeland
Hilton Sasser of Wauchula. on their honeymoon...Mr. and Mrs. ...Mr.. and Mrs. Paul V. Swleger of Brandon...Mr. and; Mr.
Watson McDonald of Mulberry and family..Mr. and Mrs. Rich- W. D. Moss. of East Orange N. J..Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Vastlne
ard E. Perkins of Cincinnati..Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Sande of and party; Mrs. William Whitney and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville..Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gilbert of Tampa...Mr. and Lon Doxford Jr.. all of Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parrish of i
Mrs. Lee Roy Hinson of Bartow. and family...Mr. and Mrs. Bradley. ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mapel of Hamilton. Ohio and FIVE GENERATIONS: Infant Richard Dean Prater ,
Lester Evans and Tom Williams of Valrico...Miss Carrie daughter Pam. ..Mrs. John Bennett of Oxford. Ala., and party...
Thomas. Miss Alyce Arthur and Mrs. G. W. Arthur of Orlando.. J. L. Shelton of St. Petersburg...Tommy Joner and Craig Barr of Dradcnton Is surrounded by four generations of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cahill of Mt. Dora and family...Mr. and of Fort l'.leade..l'.lr.. and Mrs. James T. Gillette of Tampa... maternal ancestor at family party Saturday at the
Mrs. O. J. LaDeucer of Sarasota...Mr.. and Mrs. Ivan Liston of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walling of Winter Haven and family...Mr. and home of his grandparents Mr.and Mrs. Ed Havcrkoa .
Pimento. Ind.. and daughter Carole. Mrs. J. Earl Carson Jr. of Atlanta. .Mrs. V. P. Mitchell of of 72nd Street. Holmes Beach. Holding Richard Is
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. David Black of Alexandria. Va.. and party...Mr and Mrs. Gary Hodgson of his j
Gainesville...Mr. and Mrs. Don Sharp and party of College Park. Mundelein. 111., and party.. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bolender ofAuburndale. great-great-grandmother, Mrs Henry Sicking I
Ga...Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H.Cohenour and daughter and Mr. and and family...Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Taylor of Sr. of Cincinnati; at left is his mother Mrs. Richard
Mrs. J. Reynolds and children all of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. Winter Haven...Mr. and Mrs.. 1-. L. Blackwell of Oak ton. Va... Prater, the former Miss Carol Haverkos and at
Charles E. Fields of Winter Haven and family...Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill of Mango and family. right his great-grandfather. Henry Sicking Jr. of
A. Waters of Mulberry. and children...Mr. and Mrs.. R. O.
Dawson of Kansas City and daughters...Mr. and Mrs.. W. Lawrenceburg. Ind. Standing, left to right are Mrs.
Beckett of St. Petersburg...l'.lrs.. R. Trosser of Eustis. and DR. WILLIAM GRAY of Key Royalc Drive. Holmes Marcella Sicking Hahn of Holmes Beach, the baby's
daughters...Mrs. M. M. Paulus of Tampa and children. Beach called The ISLANDER this week from Lake great-grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs Ed Haverkos.
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. F. Wagner Jr. of Junaluska. N. C. to request that the paper extend the the proud grandparents. Richard was christened at
Toccoa. Ga.. and family...Mr.. and Mrs. A. E. Weaver of Lithia.
and family..Mr. and Mrs. Henry Womacker of Brandon. thanks of Mrs. Gray and himself for the many cards St. Joseph Church In Bradenton Sunday afternoon.
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. J. Payneof Montreal and which friends have sent to Mrs. Gray. lie said that Godparents were Ray Haverkos and Miss Cindy
daughter. Mrs. Gray who suffered a fall a few weeks ago will Sobeck. (ISLANDER PHOTO) .
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. R. T. O'Neill of have to remain In the hospital for another two or three
Hammond. Ind...Mrs. Sharon Gordon of
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr.Tampa.and Mrs. Herman Allenof weeks and that her spirits have Improved greatly. MR. AND lItS. LEN RUSSELSHAUB have announced
Lithia..Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Stufflet and Miss Neola Steiner Her address Is Room 239. Hay wood County Hospital the birth of a son. born on Friday. Aug. 14. Mr. and
of Fogelsville. Pa... Dana Hossler of Hamburg. Pa. Waynesvllle. N. C. Mrs. Shaub live at Fort Walton, where he is stationed
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clark of Tampa. COL. AND MRS. WALTER P.J'ENKINSofSara at Eglln Air Force Base. Mrs. Shaub Is the former
U1MINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Barrett of Tampa.
BRUNNER DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gable. of Miami and and family will occupy their new home on Chilson Miss Penny Jordan daughter of Police Chief and lrH.
daughter. Avenue. Anna Maria within a few weeks. Col. Jenkins George F. Jordan of Oak Avenue. Anna Maria. Mrs.
BEARD COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Parades of Tampa.S. retired from the Air Force last year. Shaub's son was born on the birthday of her sister.
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. Caffee of CHANDLER JR.
V. Miss
CAPT. AND MRS. EDWARD Jacky Jordan.
Orlando..Mr. and Mrs.. J. P. Butts and Mr.. and Mrs. Finley
Mason of Lakeland.. Mr. and Mrs.James E.Donnelly Waverly.Ohlo. of Miami and family have been recent guests of MR. AND MRS. DON SLOBOHM of Anna Maria
...Miss Linda Ann John.on and Miss Sheila Ann Win of Capt. Chandler's parents. Col. and Mrs. Edward V. returned home recently from Mt. Klsco N. Y.

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LEGAL NOTICEIN ;
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THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND

(CATHOLIC) FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA L4ILIL ,
CHANCERY NO. 12O9O. X-317
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Rev. Freneia F Welamiller .
MARIAN ROBBINS KIEHL.

MASS: ..Plaintiff :
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SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am MARVIN E. KIEHL :ii
Defendant
WEEKDAYS Ham
: NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUITIN
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HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm
THE NAME OF THE STATE OFFLORIDA rf
ROSARY & BENEDICTION: !

WEDNESDAYS: 7MO; pm TOt MARVIN E. KIEHL
Hqa.SO24 Military Intelligence Bn I _

Memorial ChurchNonDenominational APO 301 .. /t
Harv.y San Franc laco. California rsr
( I) IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that you
Bradenton Beach do appear and file and aerve your L e
Anawer or other written defenses to } r: r
Be*. A. W. Simma the sworn Amended Complaint for

SUNDAY; Divorce filed herein agalnat you and
that you ao appear and file your
'Jo::f am Sunday St bosh Answer or other written defenses
with the Clerk of Circuit Court In
and for Manatee County Florida acme
Christ' Ion Science Service Court House at Bradenton. Florida,
on or before the 24th day of September
M. Community Houao
A. A.D., 1964. and that you also serve a .{. r dY
copy of your Answer or other written
SUNDAY: d.f.n... on Plalntlffa attorney
9:00 a. m. CHRISTIAN JAMES M. WALLACE whose address
SCIFNCF srnviCF.'\ la Poet Office Box 1889 (420, 12th St.
W.) Uradenton. Florida and this you
will not omit lest the matters and
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH things set forth and alleged In said
Hew. L.. Hatlill.. Pastor Complaint will be taken aa confessed
by you and upon the pain of having a
FRIDAY: decree pro confeaao entered against

5:00 pin Party at Bay Park you.WITNESS
my hand and official seal
SUNDAY: this 17th day of August A.D.. 1964.

8:45 am Sunday School (CIRCUIT M. T. MclNNIS. ..
COURT Clerk of Circuit Court

, 10:00 arn Worship Service SEAL) Manatee County Florida w .5---L
Hyi Elaine Snyder t.4
; 5:30: pin Chapel Choir .
Deputy Clerk
C:30 Service JAMES M. WALLACE ... 'Ir '""\ .- ...... : !\. T--. 1 _.
pm Worship .. '''' '- __:;. r.Y.i. ..,.;., .If; -

t 7:30 pm Youth Fellowship 42O-Attorney 12th for St. Plaintiff West Picture taken in 1924 on Gulf Drive. and other buildings which have been

. MONDAY thru FRIDAY: llradenton. Florida LEGAL NOTICE Anna Maria is not too different from added. Anna Maria Community Housein t
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8:30 am Vacation Bible Sen. ( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ANU one taken today at the same point 1924 looked just about as it does

TUESDAY: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA POR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA with the exception of the many homes now. (Courtesy Mrs. Karl Widmann)
Public Hearing will be held 1mmedlalely IN CHANCERY
7:00 pm Church Choir after the neal Council CASE NO. 14347. 3-51
Mixed
WEDNESDAY: Meeting of the City of Uradenton ALPONSO FREDDIE STEPHENS. Bowling League Meeting Friday retary Phyllis Moo at

Beach Florida Thursday..September Plaintiff. in the Island would be used 778-1927 evening as
Eight teams handicap any
6:00: pm Fellowship flour. 3. 19A4. at the Fire Hall to -".
Grades 1 thru :5' consider the petition to close Sections WILLIE MAE WOOOIB STEPHENS Mixed Bowling League for the coming season lineups must be completewere
of the a....)'., by the Property owners Defendant.
and that substitutes before the start of league
represented at a may
7:00: pm RA.GA. Sunb'msp of the following described property NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OF SUIT
1O ft. alley lying between iota 7. 8. league meeting at the bowl on any team. bowling on Sept. 4.

7:00 pm Prayer Meeting 9. 10. I1. 12.Subdivision 13 and 14of and Block 10: 14.Hediurat ft.. IN THE NAME OP THE STATE PLORIDAITO. OF Holmes Beach City Office Persons interested in Only one team is without

r Rose Memorial ChurchNan.Denemlnotlenel alley lying between Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. WILLIE MAE WOODIE STEPHENS Friday evening. bowling in the league and a sponsor and any Island

; ( ) and 17. 18.Subdivision.Thla 19 and 20. of Block 17.Ilexhurat Two major changes in captains of teams not repbusinessman interested in
Address and Residence UnknownIT
!, "..., nieherd K. Ml..ls. property la located between IS HEREBYORDEREDthacyoudo the league rules were vot- resented at the meeting sponsoring a team is ask-

PeelerTHURSDAY 23rd and 24th on Gulf Drive andbetween and file and serve your Answer call the ed call the
appear ed: That an 80 percent are urged to sec- to secretary.
24th and
23th Gulf
on Drive or other written defenses to the worn
I : Weal of Gulf Drive. Complaint filed herein against you and
3:30 pm Roser Choristers City of llradenton Beach that you ao appear and file your Ana BUILDER OF ANNA MARIA' ELECTRIC Reasoner & AnsonFLORIST
( Rehearsal fly Sophia L. Carothera war or other written defenaea with the House suitoble for I.. I Licensed Electrical
City ClerkUNCLASSIFIED Clerk of Circuit Court In and for
end Contractor
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7:30 pin Cantus Choir Manatee County. Florida at the CourtHouse Remodeling. Addition Gulf Drive at Pin. Avenue -".. dah'.ai 1 *. t/U/ fafaWDIxU I
at Uradenton. Florida, on or
SUNDAY: before the ith day of September A.D.. Repair" Trustworthy L. (ROY) FERGUSON Grand Hotel Badg.
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9:00 am Worship Service 1964. and that you alao serve a copy estimate given. PHONES: Dav 778-3143
advance payment required of your Answer or other written NORMAN ROSEDALE Night 778-2O59 r b. 744-O4SI or
10:00 am Sunday School defenses on Plaintiff a attorney Ann Morio 7781410 744-9110 after S .-.t
''
1:00 pm Youth Night Like to eee your"Right Face?' Call JAMES M. WALLACE.wboae addre.s ,.
_ your Beauty Counselor Virginia Doll. la P. O. Boa 1889 (.20- 121h St. W.)
Church of Th. Annunclotlon 'Nrth Ixmghoat RCAlTi Avafcble Key 1HHHVSVr'UR Bradenton. Florida. Thla la a cult for DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH :=;:
alter UU/r divorce, child cuatody.and request for SNAPPER TRIP
(Epl.copal) Day. FURNISHED Home In Holmea the Court to recognize the special -
Beach by month or year. 3 BR. equity of the Plaintiff In the following WtO. A SUM. 3 A.M. AU Gulf Park
R.". Gerald K. Low. Rector
2 (laths.
Alr-CondlUoned. Modern
Gulf View. described real property In Manatee CAll .0. RISIIVATIOMSCtOUPfM I MOBILE HOMES
1 C1.! 77x..1611!I "ISHIM
THURSDAY ih.: County Florida, to-wtti
WAN IIU: Ula ftw* n r7""Xnny Lot. 1'. 19. 20: Block A. HARRISON DAILY TIPS' 7 A.M. Private Beach teat ...*. Aa odatiea. far Trailers ap ta SI
I 9:00 am Eucharist In Soda Manager
Holy person to Fountain .
THIRTEENTH SUNDAY W*fr*!, ? Und Phsrm.cy.!? as per INDUSTRIAL Plat thereof SUBDIVISION recorded In ADMIRAL' FIECT. CORTCZ. Ree,wfis Hell SW/feooerd CocAfe.l .., BRADENTON BEACH
LOTS FOK SALCt 95 It. on Canal.72nd Plat Book 6. pace 43 of the Public .....i 77-272er 7Tltll
AFTER TRINITY: Sl.--S4.OOO Blmlnl Bay Lots Records of Manatee County Florida. f"I
priced for quick aalei Gulf Front .
8:00: am Holy Eucharist $0.000; 77th St. Canal S4.OOO 7SthSt.
and this you will not omit. leat the
10:30: am Family Eucharist Canal. VJ.SOOj 73rd St.. 13.OOO matter and thing set forth and FOR BEST RESULTS
JN. II. Real
PROTHKRU.
Reg. Estatenk.r
& Sermon. Church School n Mft- "I'M 5tf<>.f 7711.1"\4. alleged In said Complaint will be takenaa ALWAYS A
CAR :.t-UL. IJHivkA: wdnUnaufTeur'aLlcenae confessed by you and upon the pain
of having a decree pro confeaeo
Lame.be.et I el end Cheoel and tnaurance-Will Drive entered against you. It would poke a full

(N.n.0..1_.._..) You,or.,"s Your' Car Anywhere r, o -,"II Anytime.7-ton WITNESS my hand: and official seal t* describe. the
I\t. RFl. thla Sib day of August A.D.. 1964.
FRIDAY ) SALE. .
rune a..U
M. T. MciNNIS. beautiful) thing we h.
on 75th sc.. fta.OOU. Beautlrtcorner)
10:00: am Prayer Group at Lot. 76 h R Palm Dr.. Ducking 11 Clerk of Circuit Court. to .ff.... We con' afford( fflffflffiE[
Hcrringshaw Home Beach Prlvllegee.. .J.300. Pour Lots SEAL) Manatee County. FloridaByt
close to Anna Maria ..or_. 32 a 14S. Nelle D. MuloctDeputy Drop In for a day of
Clark
SATURDAY: '..AM each." Blmlnl lUy canalfront.
JAMES M. WALLACKAnory venture. Sea for yourelfbrln
ftJ.OUO Maher 77ih .
1:30: pm Choir Rehearsal up. Realty Gulf
\ n. "' for Plalsaiff420.12th friend' We .
your
QUl I )
11
f SUNDAY o 10 itUYi AH u. Cot ws. St. WeetBradeMon. in The IslanderLEGAL
Florida
U:1&>> am Church School any Gold.Country Currency, or, old or Medals f: Cans Tokens of '.13. 30. 27| 9-3.64 driftwood

11:00 am Worship Service etc. Myron. a Bliarre Baaaar. 2to.1
utl w Itr..*....... f"I. 747 6 SHOP (-Mtt'l Read Jk 5'i?I Ir
& Sermon "When You I. ?' "i AT HOME
FOH R KNIT: wit iwa arum.T wu ruin
Find It Hard To Forgive' HouaeMcMMh or Seaaon. Lyman S.
Putnam 218 aVfc Street llulnteeor
t'. rail T7 U3,14| NOTICE
Gloria 0.1 Evangelical. ;& I'liUTUCtt Aa a eervlcelo

Lu.h_." Chu. e.largen....l vl any. ptcture anwarlmg'y
L.... M. U'. P..'_ ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION DISTRICT
I" ANl't'R "' ft i.1"..<".
.E; STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS
i..1'011". Fur"I.1WoI CtU runApes. AND DISBURSEMENTS
THURSDAY .. __.. IMIIItlee.. Ger.... Weeklyor FOR THE PERIOD I'ECINNING.JUI..V 1, 193 AND ENDING JUNE 3O, 19 .
7:30 pm Church Council Monthly. r.,.., 2806 Avenue "-,
It..,,!,.. ll..th. 1 h. 7st.FC1 INTEREST AND
SUNDAY: T .f. 1:"eyc GENERAL FIND SINKING FUND TOTAL

U:15>> am Church School Im -c n..J--.
-
1r5111 Can Balancee at July' I. 196.
Vv3.l30.v7 t 1444.47
T. .__ Ik_. by $66-,5.
10:30 am. Worship Service week. WMMJk or ...-. II) 7V.fc St.. RfcCKIPTS:
Hylnya tWacK. Call 77S 37.1.|
Sermon "Do We Undersell
: Tn CollecitaneMere SM.002. 9 .u.fll
> Christ TKNANCKl' MOWING TRIMMING. | on Deposit: l.m1. 0. 1.052.A7
EDGING FLUOKS CLT.AMKUk PIHISIIKU. .... TOTAL RECEIPTS ISOSs.s9" 9,3)4,62 24.)90.21
WtNtXIWS WAUIt )t m.KU.
PROMPT .....lClt.NI SfeKVtCti.H TOTAL,CASH AVAILARLKtHiltCRSEMKNTSj h41.36 110.77'9.,09 $vg95.a5

RI'Asc..AI\LH' .A f.S. ,..... _-.
HUM rbLijOWS. PtMVMK' T7*. ]". .
.' 4V, .' 110 av ;, ::. : r'TN a4 PHI 65.70 1 -oO- grg6S.S0

( l"r . '-=.....r. Close to Awns Gran c-enecttaa 4,7.1..2. ..19 ..2
Marta g>urpu. Aree Lat| Cmars5 Mea.w..t. e d S.wing. 1,25..5. .0. 1.259.63.
= .... ..
AerialTUTAPLL
:
.r.. -o-
kept grs e. Liviag f.us., /, sl3..w.w. M-S.J
dente. kltcfcee a b.te. Yeasts baala.ft PROJECTS: -0. 'U.MQ.60
*> fr ..e. lac' ...r....' KealM ..... ttumla Re lied .0. ejODOLOOatxoo 6.OOQ.OO
thMl hearses Paid <1>..OMXCO -0.
U fI ail 3,3.u OO
... f" '- J *r't)tU.tl1: Covey. Taa CelSecttoa Pee ....... 2s..U I.17.31

IN wasles.s .pwt.wNr..cc.smmier CHMM* Ta. Peve .,...17 ?.... 719.05
4.Ii' .1 INkr. Aaw.. Marta Pet tffltealai. AcC_lam XI.OO WOO
1r. . .. Pvlateg Assam) Refit I.Jo 3.60 I*,to

\ 4 IIMIf i Oro m6I.:r---Se6ecr.- I\\JOO CLOD ::: 1X00IOLOO:

Ijftm va tM.r... e4 a4aafc r-.. l.cnxoolll.aaa.ae 11.00400) .0-
1'

TOTAL DSt USCMCMTSCA5 \\JD31.M\ 7"1.11 22,90.19
*: *

>t IIALAMCKS AT JUNK )Q. 1964 MA.I44U71 ft 1.90'7._ ......."...gg

BUY U.S. DCTAII.-CASH aALAlCU.1'6& 3 1864.
: . i w.- N.-- fume .C>rs Swg J.VOT.... $25r3.w/5
Mss.Ns4 ..l ew n-.o.-- S"Aa1.71 ...
'p I SAVINGSBONDS w-....... .. t- ...... 1l.AS-Let .... llalt3s7 6,7.7l
-' I1fllM1It. Law .... -wmk..g 14e1a.M ...
t i .&.... ow .Certtflta.e .. 0.-- agrooet a6 ... ..eM.M-.-.-

CASHf. aA1..AJooCU AT JC 59. 1964 ..u..n. z..M fig -... ge



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&&I SLA1\TD REAL ESTATE i iTO



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SETTLE AN ESTATE ;

HOLMES BEACH: One Bedroom. . Tile i
Bath. . Living Room with Fireplace. .
Kitchen & Dining Area. . Attached Garage 4 TIi' (
. Gas Heat. . Very Close To Gulf. . r y (
Rented for $100 per month. .
Can Be Bought For Less Than $8.500

MAKE AN OFFER n VS Jt J.

JOHN B. PROTHERO

GISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES & RENTALS
Duplex at 2306 Avenue D, Uradenton Ueach. recently 4
116.81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jones of --
Home at 211 Cocoanut Avenue Anna Maria which
Ellenton from the Manatee Federal Savings and Loan
has been purchased by Margaret E. Morgan of
Association. Sale made Dick
was by Wagner Realtor
Mulberry from Jack Marshall Realtor of Anna
of Bradenton Beach. ISLANDER
( PHOTO
)
BIMINI BAY ESTATES Maria Home formerly was owned by E.W.McMillanof
Chattanooga Tenn. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

OUTSTANDING HOMESITESIN I INCOME PROPERTYINCOME

PROPERTY A Modern 10-Unii
CITY OF ANNA :
MARIA Terms.Efficiency Apartment on the Gulf. Excellent Win

If you are looking for an outstanding valuein
a homesite on a broad canal which leads to BAY FRONT LOTA O Masonite's
Tampa Bay and is near the Gulf Beaches.
LARGE SEAWALLED BAY FRONT LOT--
"KEY TO
BIMINI BAY ESTATES has much to offer. _,
ONLY $8.500--wlth GOOD TERMS!
Contact your favorite Island Realtor for
full information. A SMART BUYA BETTERLIVING"

SMART BUY in a two-Bedroom Furnished
Thc Home. Reduced To Sell QUICKLY for$8. OO.
$1.500 Down--EASY PAYMENTS.
", Attractive Home with Gulf View CORNER LOT

:r that can't be changed. HOME
SMALL CORNER LOT.but GOOD LOCATION
ompletely furnished, well priced, TERMS ONLY ONE BLOCK TO GULF BEACH.$1. OO. Contest Closes Aug. 31

- - - -

Beautiful Canalfront Home with many DICK WAGNER REGISTER NOW

extrasJust Reduced $1,500 in price. REALTOR Tel. 778-2663
'
Exceptional Value Hecc-
2217 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH
that rare thing a bargain!

- - - - Are You Looking? JACK HOLMES Realtor

GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR -i SCEiGeorge;
Office 6101 Marina Dr.
OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 -
,i SISLER J. DUDLEY. Brokr.SaUmon--778<213A 0J Wagner
"
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA REALTY JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD

(Island Shopping C.nt., MR. HANDYMAN: llcre'n a genuine bargain
, PHONE 778-2444 in a big concrete block duplex with five
room and two porches on each Hide. Wan a
Or WRITE BOX 1012
dandy rental property until neglected. Clone
LflfiCHfflOflT L DEVELOPmEnT] CORPOflflTIOfl ANNA. .MARIA to beach and tithing plum. Price cut WAY,
rv _.c. ..* ,. n*..H....,
AU... r._.. A.._.... WAY DOWN with Just SI.SOO cash and 575

74 7'W4.! '. per month.
H H *
Presents _ ?t..4 L I DUPLEXSPACIOUSLovely NORTH POINT DUP14HXD4ndy Property
I in tip-top condition and nicely furnlnhcd.
I Owner moved North--.ayn slash the price
shaded lot near shopping and SELLI Yours for Just 'IO. OO. Term

.,.. T... /I H H
'r" '"' and Gulf Dcachen. ON THE BAY--A two-bedroom homo newly
1 decorated and with a brand new roof. Lovely
You will agree thin IH yard many tree and planting L.arMoluck..
.. A gorgeous view, and a two-car garage with
EE1 a good buy at S16.5OO. guest room and half bath. Owner moving
a will sacrifice for 12.000.on good termit.

Call UH for an appoint. Lot PickupsTWO

ment. Wooded LOCH paved street with like at
2- GULF DRIVEco Call Ralph Parrish rca r.-.OO.
opeRATive TWO Nlco Lots In Point Section. Both 3300.
or Peggy MooreA.
APARTMENTS .. ... SPKCIAL. Jim.-dandy can J I lot with seawall
c-4.-........ t).w.a61p' H *
-...-wn.-o..-r..., Perrisli RealtyP. for Just 3600.

41 HOLMES BEACH .O.Pl....Ann Mat(. JACK MARSHALL Realtor
;: ANNA MARIA ISLAND
778.1902., 778.2171 M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria





MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION NEW WATERFRONT HOMES



at NEW discount prices to

FEATURING
- -
make way for 1965 model homes

-.... ....... G.II ..... fret ...._0..__ w....... --.. M A.. a..... ...... .
>-- a Ts..._A..."'- .... ......c-e... Peee onb........- ......l M.C..Ir..w: or.1.r+
-.d O.L..b. t P.w. = L D..wt.b..w.s. ""'M-' --...-e'" .....
L-.. tires cs-.te red a""..'.._ w...,.... o e. T__"1.r.h... .1 Inquire at KEY ROYALE HOMES
''r.I r.... .....f./.ws r......-.. AYCf.-rl s.uw TV
-a ._ ........ L c-.a . ...
CUr TV .r T.s.r.-o..e.a.e.u.
>- ....... At I r... ....... ...... r... ....... .. V' T..... office across from WORLD'S FAIR HOUSE
.&I c--e_...... ._.h" r-a. ".. "" """' '' rwa ....... aa0....-
hew V' T ... "- ......

OPEN DAILY IO 6

For Information Contact Robert S. Cable, SUNDAYS 1 6 v


SaUs Manager Phone 778.1611
REGISTERED ...OKERsday.



Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. August 20. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


LINEN RENTAL 778-1472 J1w 'd-UII-"rw- H WI P'Ze44ed l&cittenit
,t, ."" .
ON VACATION Y t'jta44
evee
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERSALE
Office Open 9-12 Weekdays 7Heaedtpd

_,. YOU HAVE TO SEE IT
// TO APPRECIATE IT.

IMOW!<<)) IIINI STOCIK<<))< I ( -7D- t' "arddk_ Free shI.Gift;**4&Jok Mail DrrtxAo.er Wrap
ALL RATTAN FURNISHINGSfrom -7f".71 : ,

4 and 4Vi inch
MODEL APARTMENTS
I SALE
JALOUSIE PANELS

25% OFF
CLEAR and OBSCURE ContinuesSWIM
- - - -
FREE DELIVERY
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
SUITS

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. reduced 1/4 1/3 1 1/2
778-1131 How Marvelous Ito

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach DRESSES
have the *

I Holmes Beach Coin Laundry BE SURE"TPT' '
'See Our Bargain Table
With School Starting lIiA;: Shorts'. Short Sets-==--'cOne

Rack of Shifts
Laundry
See II S {< Dry Cleaning REDUCEDShop
in Air Conditioned Comfort
Shoe Repairs ..
ARMILCrO
WITH I Lay. .
./ f. ; "
"NOISELESS" Away : !
Air Conditioner GET READY NOW! Plan i; .. . Phone
6,300 28,000 BTU Don't Be Unprepared! :";-- 7781161CHOICE
iLC so.a IU ""'+'ntcn Won.erl
) CHECK THE WARRANTY &
MEATS & PRODUCE
ART SUPPLIES
The NOISELESS MODELS &

t YOU WILL BUY PERMANENT PIGMENT OILS WATER HANDY DANDY
COLORS CANVAS BRUSHES EASELS I

End of Season Closeouts OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

On ALL Models BB7781020f ; l ISLAND EVERY- DAY
.
r*
C HcI"Mco4:: SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION

ISLAND TV 778-1703 Z.Back! To School Syggcstions Mf1J; Call 778-2012
Filler i Paper-Long" mm mmm ( mm Count) r R. C. SCHUCHARD

Cenur of' Gulf. Drive I Holmes Blvd. Notebooks-Pencils-Pens- PLUMBING CDMTELA-CTOR
STEM HOLMES BOULEVARD. HOLMES BEACH
Socks-Underwear-Shirts-i
\ C U.S. Keds For Boys & Girls PLUMBING FIXTURES. SUPPLIES.PUMPS. REPAIRS

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 iQ EACH LIQUOR lc STOREHolmes
%v b4S Peach One-Slop Shopping Center

LIGHTNING Your ,r ..r SII.cial.i l ..
STRIKE?
Agent gos Fleischmann's Vodka 5th $3.09
..ALLOurFOR 3 for $9.00Walker's
YOU
o COMPLETE e


SrARkL'N& WAfERMenetee CAR.PROTECTION FOR TAILORED YOUR HOME. Phone (ji&\ Gin

SEE PERSONAL.BUSINESS' ;:::L AVlI1.ii_PS 3 for $10.00F
'
Company County Wafer fRay rLrea Unsu.ra.nce '

I UNCOATOtATtO........ )ISk.ppf
0I<<: 778-1697 778-7548 I
wa taM
I c..ter. H.1m4a Ieee". flMUeM. oO
I : T.a......"a 778-2022 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon !



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