Group Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Title: The Islander
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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander
Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Islander
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria, Fla.
Anna Maria Fla
Publication Date: August 27, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00239
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
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Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good of FLA. HISTORY:


High Erosion StatementThe Hurricane Cleo

Exchange StudentsSix Island Erosion Pre- Manatee County Civil
vention District publishedits Defense Director Mrs
of the 30
exchange annual financial state- Madelon Snyder Wednes-
students at Manatee
ment in The ISLANDERlast day morning stated that
School this live
year on week. The statement, the County CD has been
the Island and LongboatKey.
as of the end of the dis advised to stand by in
i trict's fiscal year. June case Hurricane Cleo turns
They are: Bill of
Hager 30. showed a total of cashon this way. The notice came
Longboat Key and Elinor
hand of 6805669. from the State CD agency
Maney. Susie Wright Sue
.. the at 8 .
Hutchins Cecelia During previous year a.m., Wednesday.If
the district spent 22908. It Is determined that
and Mike Piscitelli of the
Island. of which. $12,990.60 was Manatee County Is likelyto
used for actual erosion be in the path of the
The exchange studentsare
prevention work. Bonds hurricane, or might be
now tickets for
a totaling $6,000 were refunded affected by the side effects -
the second of four dinnersto
1 and $2,360 in bond of the hurricane the
raise $4.OOO to help interest paid. director will keep the pub-
defray of
expenses a tripto Fees of $719.05 were lic informed periodically
Cheltenham Schoolat
High paid for assessing the about what is taking place
Wyncote Pa. next win-
district's special tax,and and what to do, over the
ter.The fees of $737.51 were paid two local radio stations.
dinner will
for collecting the tax. The Islandwldo Emer-
be served at the school
Other miscellaneous ex- gency Committee will be
from "' :30 to 7:30
p.m., penses totaled about $1OO. alerted and standing by
Friday 11. Ticketsare
Bonds still to be retired to warn and assist local
SI each.Holmes.
SUNDAY SPECTACULAR in Anna Maria. Police total $ 3OOO, with the interest residents. Headquarterswill

I Beach Woman Injured Chief George Jordan inspects badly damaged car rate four percent. be at the county beach.

which crashed into front of vacant store after its
In Anna Maria AccidentA driver lost control of vehicle. (ISLANDER PHOTO) $495 I In Fines, 1 Bonds Collected

car carrying three Police Chief George Jordan -

persons went out of con- who witnessed the Two City Meetings Next Week By BradentonA i Beach Court
trol and crashed into the accident Mrs. Blessing'scar
front of a vacant store at entered Gulf Driveat Meetings of the Holmes side red will be a proposed total of $495 in fines Taylor Jr., both charged

9805 Gulf Drive Anna Magnolia Avenue from Beach Board of Aldermenand amendment to the city's and catreated bonds was with speeding were post-

Maria, late Sunday after- the east. It then took a the Bradenton Beach trailer ordinance; second collected at last week's poned until tho sessionof

noon. wide swing glanced off a City Council will be held reading of a proposed revision session of the Bradcnton court on Wednesday.

Mrs. Ruth E. Blessing large utility pole at the next week. of the ordinance Beach Municipal Court at Aug. 26, as was the case

SO, of 205 -78th Street southwest corner of the The Holmes Beach board regulating speed limits In which Mayor Henry Mounior against Elmer Compton.

Holmes Beach driver of intersection. After hitting will meet at the city office the city, and a report from presided. who was charged with

the car, suffered minor the pole, Jordan said the at 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday. the city attorney about the Fined each on speed- failure to atop and no

inuri| .. her aona. Dennis driver seemed to lose Sept. 1, and the ilradenton ,action required to chana. Inacharacn. were Richard driver's license.tlubtrrt .
,. 12, and Thomas 14, control of the vehicle, Beach council at the fire the city's fiscal year so it. *mucus t 'w, "U\\.na;'.
who were passengers in which then speeded up. station at 7:30 p.m. on It would begin on May 1. dan; Donald Hall; JamesB. minor was fined $15 on _

the car, were uninjured.Mrs. crossed Gulf Drive and Thursday. Sept. 3. The change In the fiscal Burnett and Louie P. a speeding charge, and '

Blessing was takento struck the store building.The One of the items to be year was proposed at the Turner. had a charge of illegal
Manatee Memorial late model compact considered in Holmes August meeting by Alder- Those estreating bondson possession of an alcoholic

Hospital by ambulance sedan was badly damaged Beach will be the proposed man Sidney G. Brown, who speeding charges were beverage suspended.
where she received the damages estimated by improvements to the yacht pointed out that the change Evelyn S. Reynolds ($15)); Angus IX r agon had a

emergency treatment and Jordan at $700. Damageto basin. would give the new boardof James P. LeCay ($25)); $5 fine aunpenued. was

was discharged. Later she the store front was After some discussionat aldermen elected and Russell M. Mercer ($15)I ); charged with having an

was treated by Dr. John estimated to be several the two previous meetIngs seated In March a better Richard E. Aikey ($25)); expired driver* license.

Deam of the Island Medi- hundred dollars.A it was decided to opportunity to study the Ernest Bright Jr. ($20)); Arthur J. Nicolet of
cal Center for abrasionsof charge of failure to study the matter further. city's fiscal requirements Jerry L. Battn ($15); Holmes Beach waa fined
both knees and legs have her vehicle under The proposed Improve- and prepare the annual Eugene Modrcakl ($15)); $:IJ: on a charge of

and left arm.According control was made againstthe ments Include rebuildingthe budget and appropriationsfor Joseph HochHtctlcr ($20); assault and battery.
to Anna Maria driver. seawall and walk along various departments.In Audrey Wilcox ($15); James II. Turner was
-- ---- Marina Drive, and the Bradenton Beach one Jessie W. Lamb ($25)); fined $25 on a charge of I

Squall Hits IslandAn Post Office Ready installation of new boat of the principal items on Robert Matthews ($15)I ); drunkenness and disturbing -

moorings. Jim Wulchct the agenda for next week's Kenneth L. Mozo ($25)). the peace. Another
unannounced squallhit According to S. Norman present operator of the meeting Is a public hear. and James 1\. Stevenson cane against Turner for
the Island during a Rosedalc owner of the basin stressed the need ing. To be considered at ($13)). assault and battery was

thunder shower at about Anna Maria Post Office for dredging the basin and the hearing Is a petition Rita H. Wootcn and John postponed until Aug. 26.

6:15 p.m., Tuesday. building, post office department removing the old under- by several property owners C. Garcia eHtre4&tcd bonds Fred Dovlne of Cortex

Gusts of wind reachedan officials arc water pilings and parts of for vacation of partsof of $25 each on charge of arrested on Aug. 15 and
estimated velocity of now installing the new pilings. a ten-foot wide. alley. speeding and having. no charged with. public
40 to 60 miles per hour fixtures In the remodeled driver' llcennc. Charles drunkenness by Hradenton
Three bids for rebuild The alley runs parallel to
for a few minutes, but no quarters of the post office.It ing the seawall removingthe Gulf Drive and between N. Conner entreated a Beach Police Chief James

damage except broken Is expected that the old boat slip pilings Gulf Drive and the beach. bond of $35 on charges of Lindsay entreated a bondof

tree limbs was reported. work will be completedso and installing 12 new boat Half of the alley In question speeding and having. an $25. The following day.
The squall moved In off the pout office can be docks were opened and i. between 23rd and expired driver' licence. Lindsay again rented

Tampa Bay from a northeasterly moved on Saturday. Acting read at the Aug. 11 meet- 24th Streets and half .IN Cane against Thomas Dovlne. and charged him

direction, and Postmaster Stewart Haw- Ing. The lowest bid was between 24th and 23th. K. Carncn and Nathan J. with public drunkennena.Do .

drove the heavy rain almost kina said present plansare $8.075. and the highest, One of the petitioners for Bookmobile Visit vine posted another $25
horizontally for a to move the office Into for at the
11856. vacating the alley Is Vice appearance Aug.
short time. At Anna Marla the new building this week. Other matters to be con- Mayor Arthur Ella. 'I'he new County Library 26 session of the court.
1.7 Inches of rain fell In The office will have dou- Bookmobile: will. visit the Other canon scheduled

less than an hour. ble Its former floor space.Rscaracljr Inland for the first timeon to bo heard at the Aug. 26

Thursday, Aug. 27. It court session were those
will be at the. Anna Maria against the following on

. Community house from charge of speeding. Allen

10 until !ls3O a.m.. and Naogle Raymond fiber-

., .". at the Inland Shopping hart, William Wilkinson.

Y '. ,, Center In "Holmes leach I William H. White Jr.,
.., : from noon until 2 p.m.for Roger A. Hill arnl William..
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directs visitorsISLANDER on tfce "Island of Cburcbea. Sea Oata wtaicb are a very important aid to preventionof A... 24"ao .7 *4 < ITI .4

( PHOTO) beach erosion (ISLANDER PHOTO)



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Islander Editorials T 1

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Wide Open SpacesOf

the many charms of the Island one with the

greatest Impact is the feeling of spaciousness it
creates particularly because of the fact that every-

one on the Island-no matter where--is within sightor
sound of the water of the Gulf or the Bay.

And of equal importance to residents and visitorsis
the present easy accessibility of the beaches from .p

Just about every direction. It is important to all the tir
Island's residents to lend every possible effort to .

maintain the status quo. ,
The Island is especially fortunate in having several w

publicly owned parks and beaches plus the foresighted
provision that the beaches in most areas can be
reached over most of the streets leading tothe Gulf. N

Over the years there have been many attempts by
shortsighted individuals. Interested principally in
ends to acquire--legally
gaining their own selfish ,
or otherwise--control or outright ownership of : .-r-4

streets alleys and other public land. No doubt there __
will be other such attempts all under the guise of

"helpln the Island or of promoting the 'generalwelfarer

of its citizens.
Under the Florida Statutes streets alleys parks
and other land dedicated to the public use cannot
even be sold--If no longer to be used by the public.
It must be abandoned--or "vacated," to use the legal ?:
shares to the ownersof ,
term. Then it reverts in equal .
abutting property. In other words--when and If that

happens--It is not sold, but merely GIVEN AWAYI
Each such land-grabbing attempt private interestsis

bolstered by arguments--perhaps even sound MEAL TICKET. Cats are plentiful around the Cortez
arguments--that the petitioners in question own all fish docks. And why not? Where else could they feaston
the adjacent land and that the street or alley is used such delicacies as mullet heads and red snapper

only by themselves. And that "this little blrwon't tails? Until their meal is ready however the felines

even be missed. must sit patiently while fisherman cleans the fish fora
But the giving away of "each little bit of street or customer. (ISLANDER PHOTO by Steve deWolf)
other public land docs two things which definitely are

not in the best interests of the general public. First Hibiscus Show At Palmetto
"each little bit" multiplied by more than one amountsto

a larger whole. And secondly, it creates a dangerous -
precedent which makes each succeeding land-grab Federal Sunday AfternoonVisitors

easier. U one resident is given land shouldn't all

other residents also be given a street or two? : :, ft' to the Norman Along with the waxing
&. : l',iLTTRI, : t: Reasoner Chapter's Hibiscus demonstration which will

Only God ,:; Show have a treat be presented throughoutthe

_ .,.. __. ;. .... ..__ .J. :'"' in store for them in afternoon Mrs. Wylie
One of the Improvements needed on the Island at addition to the vast arrayof will be assisted by Mrs.

the moment Is replacement of some of the many "'I(' thousands of blooms Charles D. Brandon of
hundreds of Australian pines which were killed by from which a team of 14 Riverview in designing

the brief cold snap of December 13, 1962. judges will pick ribbon arrangements. The arrangements -
. .. ... . .
1 *--*- > r' rT.+ .- -i-Ti **--.4..-r. rf \.L.--. .r ---1. winners.A will nor t>&
loss of the pines In other parts of the Island gives
of stylized show arrangef
... unique technique
those the denuded look
areas of a small boy hibiscus blossomswill ments but rather the
of-the-summer Immediately after haircut.he has had his short beginning- waxing be demonstrated by simple use of blossomsIn

of Tam- various containers to
A worthy project for some Island organization which Mrs. John Wylie aroundthe
will show be found in use
Is dedicated to Improving the communityperhapsthe pa. Mrs. Wylie

Island Garden Club or the Island Division of the her process and the many The method of pick-
the waxed blooms
County Chamber Commerce--would be to ascertainthe ways
and wrapping
tree or trees best suited to Island climatic and may be used for personal ing
for carrying any
adornment and home or blossoms
Boll conditions. U the organization were so minded. distance also will be
It might then arrange to procure a quantity of the party arrangements. By great of earring
of shown. The use
trees, or to order same and sell them to local home the use of this method and
and property owners for planting.; More early pictures of Anna Maria City. At top 01 treatment blooms have clips drapery hooks
If page is the home which belonged to Paul Gilmore been kept in good condi- the like for use as car-
properly organized the project might well be
used as a fund raining campaign for the in 1923 and later was owned by Mrs. Duke Shay. tion for as long as four riers and for wearing will
sponsoring The second picture from the top of page was ownedIn weeks. be demonstrated.Mrs. .
organization, with a reasonable
profit to accrue to 1924 by Miss Carrie Parrish. Dorothy Reasoner,
the The Hibiscus Show
organization In exchange for making the trees and
the necessary information available. Next is the home on Bay Boulevard owned by the first for the local chapter widow of the late NormanA.

And. If our information Is correct the fall is a good Roser family In 1924.and 'and the first ever to be Reasoner for whom
now Is the home of Dr. the end the local chapter was
time to plant many of the trees. WIlY WAIT? presented in a financial officiate at
V. II. will
institution will be open to named
The the bottom the pines whisper ribbon cutting
Letter WritiHf picture at the public without charge the show's
of the above column now--of the coming: from noon until 6 p.m., cermony at noon on Sun-
la of a pile of poles which under hurrying clouds
A recent telephone conversation with Senator Ed Sunday Aug. 30, at the day.Registration.
and wind the entries
were cut and hauled to the of
Price shows that he has received very few letters home office of Palmetto
Island during the winter sea tosses in gray anger; at 7:30 Sund.aymorning
from Island will begin
residents In answer to his request for Federal Savings and Loan
of 1923 by Herman Grande Ironically rain falls will
and Judging
letters on whether or not Islanders favor any changein Association in Palmetto.
11 and Cory Schambers. softly on leaves in of au
follow placement
the present law on annexation. Eleven Florida chaptersof
Senator Price In his various letters on the subject The poles were the first tap dance rhythm; the American Hibiscus blooms. Show Judges will

also has asked for the opinion of residents on ANY electric light poles In Anthunder rumbles Society will participate In be feted at a luncheon at
na Maria. (Pictures used a low warning following -
. legislation his constituents might feel Is needed as bringing the largest col- The Inn in Palmetto
the of doom
through of as cutting.
well aa their opinions on changing the annexationlaw courtesy lection of blossoms everto the ribbon
Mrs. Karl Widmann) a world I*
which Is now In effect for Manatee County. be assembled in this Everyone Interested
Oy writing to Senator Price (Cat P. O. Dox 338, bracedIn lies area. urged to attend the show

Oradenton). you will be helping him by giving him a terror
guide to follow in deciding what legislation should
waiting for a white The Inlander
be introduced the Manatee
by County delegation atthe
1965 session of the Florida Leglalature. At the mushroom explosion. Ala I...,_"'it ....., puU1sh.4 "1. 'TMnMr
--Steve deWolf
ame time it would also be a good idea to send a I.p THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

copy of the aame letter to Representative Wilbur 314 Pis. A...., ,.,.. Mads 1"_*. FladaW i ,

Boyd, 726 Eighth Avenue Palmetto. . .L.TT.IIIIS. . EDfTOft.--__........_.._ STEVE K1M AUAOVBCTWNO

Guest Editorial MANAGEftJMAftGE WMIAU
Dear Senator Price
MAIL ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737.Anna Maria.Florida
My wife and I have been owner residents on Anna TELEPHONE 77S.2O2I.
We are waiting for the Federal Trade CommlsalonIn Maria Island (Holmes Beach) for the past six year
the wake of ita ruling on cigarette peril warnings Your letter appearing In the August 20th laaue of The SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s., $3.30JdTi
. to be applied to packages as of next New Year a Day.' lander requests opinions of Island residents on par ywarj U for alx month Canada.
and displayed in after i3 per ,..... ADVERTISING RATES ...
advertising July 1. 1963--to annexation with Bradentocu Please accept our votes on
make further advances Into Its new role of protecting annexation as an emphatic"No." We aee nothing to be peR"SI per column for si*coM Inch..cuct Discount..Insertions of ten i 4 ti s.

public health. U the FTC regarda consistency as a gained except an additional tax grab by Oradenron. u paid by teat of following morafc. %..
jewel worthy of pursuit we have a right to expect* Some nine miles separate our municipalities so National or agency placed s To find a warning label on the Instrument panel of prospects for return favors for such tax grab are $ .. oer edrenn tntt.a..r ....,.,
all 1963 cars that they are hazardous to health and dim indeed. Your atatementa Indicate a status quo.aa swlw a.rt.awss-
may cause death. far aa you are concerned and until an expreaalon CLOSINGrates NOON. TUESDAY.
To see stickers of similar Import attached to stepladders .favorable to annexation la forthcoming from the Ear r.4 as Second Class matter rider
packages of razor blades roller skates, Island people. Such expression will be for the untor- ih* Act of Marco 3. 1179.

electrical appliances, bottled martinis and bathtubs aeeable future we hope.
--Winter Park Sun-Herald (Mime withheld at writerrcoq .U



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Thursday. August 27. 1964 TilE ISLANDER PaRe 3 I

THE OPOSSUM High Twelve Club a Ie I .fD ......,..

Has New MembersThe 8 ... t*2 pm S.ed.ys ,I
Its eleven o'clock on a dark Florida night. You're Jr 1
driving with a friend across state on a long flat, 'rr Island High Twelve
monotonous stretch of road fighting to keep eye- Club will meet at noon.
lids from closing completely. Thursday. Aug. 27. at the lllfBB'S[ .I
Suddenly you Jerk upright. There in the beam of kT-: : 4 4six : Holmes Ueach Yacht Club.
your headlights is an animal. It seems bewilderedby Speaker at the meetingwill
the lights. It was over on the side of the road be Wilfred A.LePageof Island Pharmacy
but now it's walking back to the middle. You Longboat Key. a representative -
stand on the brakes hoping you'll stop in time. of the 59O4 Marina Drive
Your passenger wakes up. International Red Cross. 771-1 11-.Hlt. 778-2075
"Oh"," he says. "Only a 'possum. Did you hit At the meeting of the j, D. WC... ...
him And he goes back to sleep. following week. Sept. 3.
You drive on. after taking evasive action compli- the speaker will be the NOIFREE
cated by another change of direction on the partof County Tax Assessor
the opossum and wonder about this strange Hiram Strickland.
beast that blundered out of the swamp looking likea Master Masons who have
lost housecat.The become members of the
opossum is North America's only marsupial High Twelve Club duringthe
or pouched mammal. He is noted for having a prehensile < past month are JohnW.
or grasping tall--he can hang in the trees e -4l Donnelly of 603 Crest- DELIVERY!
without using any feet at all; he plays dead if you wood Road. Key Royale.
catch him unaware; and cooked with sweet potatoeshe r .. a member of Sandalphon REGISTERED
makes a meal that is the Joy of the Florida cracker. Lodge 836. of Brooklyn
Cornered by a meal-seeking adversary the opos- to sixteen young each year. The babies arc born N. Y.: George E. Inger- PHARMACISTSON
sum may use several tricks to stay alive. Ills blind and tiny--a dozen would fit nicely into a soll of 60S Crest wood
first reaction is to act fierce snarling and spitting tablespoon. Immediately after birth they climb Into .Road Key Royale.I a DUTY
like the most ferocious bobcat.If the mother's pouch where they'll stay for the next member of St. Paul's AT ALL TIMES
this doesn't work and it usually doesn't he eight weeks. Lodge 481. Philadelphia;
turns on his back rolls out his tongue and plays When they are old enough, the babies emerge VYllford E.: Metzgcrof 508 THURSDAYFRIDAY
'possum.No from the pouch and shortly Ma 'possum is ambling 71st St.. Holmes peach
one knows why the opossum does this but some through the woods, her long tail arched over her a member of Norwood J
authorities think he is Just plain scared to death. His back supporting her offspring--which hang like Lodge 576. Norwood. SATURDAY Mme=
breathing is slowed to almost nothing and he won't pendulums by their tails. Ohio; Hlmer Schmidt of
move even if you prod him. The 'possum spends much of his time high in 522 -72nd Street. Holmes ONLY
But walk away and he'll leave. He may sprint for the branches of trees where his long claws helpin Ueach. a member of An-
the nearest cover or he may roll over, stretch climbing and his prehensile tall is perfect for thony Lodge -455. Springfield -
and saunter off without a backward glance. hanging from a handy stem while eating or even Ohio and Don W. RAID
Even though he is slow lethargic and apparently sleeping.One Mitchell of 3710 Gulf of Flying Insect Spray
slightly dim-witted the opossum has been arounda important feature in the 'possum's adapta- Mexico Drive. Longboat
very long time and is likely to be with us for tion to a treetop environment is the opposable toe Key. a member of Royal REG$1.29 :
some time to come. The reasons for his successin on his hind feet. The value of a toe which is situated Oak Lodge-.6... Royal Oak.
the animal world are numerous. opposite the other four cannot be overestimated; Mich.
The opossum is an omnivorous eater. This means without this it would be impossible for the opossumto All Master Masons are Krystal Kltar
his diet isn't restricted to any one item and he can grasp anything firmly lie would be in the same fix invited to attend the week-
and will eat almost anything: Frogs eggs young as a man who lost his thumb. ly meetings of the club PLASTIC TUMBLERS
birds berries insects corn--and in captivity-- Out with his opposable toe. prehensile tall and held each Thursday at the 10 oz-6 for 59$
almost anything put in front of him. garbage disposal appetite the opossum rambles Holmes Ueach Yacht Club.
Another survival factor is the opossum's nocturnal through life with few
habits. Occasionally one will be seen out in the late cares, and a good chanceto OLD SPICE
afternoon of an overcast day. but mostly theirs is a outlive some of his OiC&al c ie. Zar rcadc AFTTR SHAVE! A COLOGNE
night Ufe.Darkess. neighbors a r ring all
is when his long whiskers are put to use. traffic hazards.BRADENTON REG $1.25m see:
In the soundless gloom of a Florida forest his CONTRACTINGAnna
eyes arc almost useless but his sense of smell UEACII. . 778.2557 SCHOOL
and the whiskers protruding from his snout warn (Continued from Page 1)) Maria SUPPLIES
him Juat before he bumps into something. The Gentile.
r whiskers on his forehead and checks give him James 11.Cook,haa post 25 % OFyCORICIDIN .
an Idea of the size of a hole he wants to crawl ed an appearance bond of ..
into in pitch darkness.The $5O on a charge of assault
opossum is a prolific creature bearing from and battery; Oil! Clifton
is to appear to answer a

DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH charge of public drunkenness k COLD TABLETS 25s
,and Warren Swanaon
I.Modern. Gulf Park FOR was arrested last week V REG $1.19Luster see:
A MOBILE HOMES and charged with driving

i.i lash:! t'.t .Ii. *Atc..w.*Lfis I.* T.ikfs l .. t. SI while intoxicated.All Cram
the above chargeswere
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Have Your PAINTING L'c..4 EI.c''c.1
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Cull 0,.... .t Pi*. A_.,_
Done by Experts AEROSOLSHAVE
P-HOMESt D.. 77S.7I4)Nl What They Used To Be, Either!
HARRY M. RIFE .... 771.70)9 CREAM
REG $1.29 age:
Today when you top through our front door

PKo..e 778.1341 A.w. Men. BUILDER OF HOMES you'll find such a complete line of financial SUMMER
He.....''l. I.. ..1.... almost
c 11_.f..wd services they are too numerous to
.._4....... 1 mention. We have a sparkling line of loan CLEARANCE
A._.... T..t_......
.. services, a handsome rate of Interest . .
.i lt-* 'i..w.
Do You Need ARUBBER NORMAN ROSEOALC guaranteed, insured savings . you name ''t.we'll LL FAN
A_ *.,<. 778.1410
try to produce it. 20 OFF
Banking service has changed and it's all to

PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW WITH DRINK the good. We hope you'll stop in and give us

THE ISLANDERfor a chance to prove it.
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CI'All About People... Miller-Welsch Ceremony At Roser Church

AIRMAN CHUCK VerMETT of Holmes Beach son MISS PATRICIA ANN WELSCH. daughter of Mr.
of Mrs. Mary VerMett of Clark Drive spent a few and Mrs. Francis Welsch of 213- 81st Street Holmes
days at home recently on leave from his duties at Beach and Herbert Stanley Miller son of Mr. and
Turner Air Force Base Ga. He was accompanied by Mrs. Louis Miller of 4115 Riverview Boulevard West,
two Air Force friends. t 't1 Bradenton. were married Saturday the
JOHN CAGNINA of Magnolia Avenue Anna Maria Roser Memorial Community Church. The Rev.Rich-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cagnina is planning to ard K. Wiggins pastor of the church, performed the
enter the University of Florida next week. He is a : ; double-ring ceremony by candlelight.The .
graduate of Manatee Junior College. -1 1 R+ i iI1 bride was given In marriage by her father. She
LANCE CORPORAL MICHAEL KENT MILLER wore a formal gown of white silk organza. The basque
USMC son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Miller of 235 waist was topped by a scoop neckline embellished with
85th Street Holmes Beach was promoted recently traces of re-embroidered Alencon lace and seed
while serving with the Medium Marine Helicopter pearls. A motif of lace etched the front of the skirt
Squadron 262, Marine Air Group 26, Marine Corps and enhanced the chapel train. A shoulderlengthbouffant
Air Facility New River Jacksonville N. C. His veil of silk illusion was held in place by a
promotion was based on time in service and rank crown of lace and pearls. Her bouquet was made of
military appearance and his knowledge of selected white sweetheart roses topped with gardenias and
military subjects. The squadron uses a technique carnations.
known as "vertical envelopment" which is the flyingof ',,,],,'.L'1 Miss Kathleen Kimball of Christiansted, St. Croix
combat ready Marines over and behind enemy lines. Virgin Islands, a cousin of the bride, was maid of
MR. AND MRS. NEVILLE DaCOSTA and Mr. and : honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jacqueline Brinkley
Mrs. Leonard Amon of Toronto Ont. are visiting at [,1'- of Lanai Hawaii a sorority sister and former college
the home of Mrs. DaCosta's parents Mr. and Mrs. roommate of the bride and Miss Diane Carter of
M. Lionel Burke of 85th Street Holmes Beach. West Palm Beach a former college classmate of the
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Beach have returned home from a vacation of several Mary Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erik
weeks In Cleveland Ohio. Anderson of Holmes Beach was flower girl. She
MRS. FOSTER MOTTER and son Billy have returnedto carried a wicker basket of pink rose petals.
the Island after a three-week visit with her mother Ronald Smith of Bradenton was best man,and ushers
Mrs. Inez Batdorf of Fairborn Ohio. were Terry Ruppenthal and Erik Anderson of Holmes
MR. AND MRS. WALTER PHILLIPS of Council Beach and Vernon VIckers of Bradenton.
Bluffs Iowa are visiting at the home of Mrs. MRS. HERBERT STANLEY MILLERMR. Music was presented by Mrs. Fred Archer organist.A .
Phillips' daughter Barbara Farrell of North Shore reception at the Fellowship Hall of the churchwas
Drive Anna Maria for the approaching marriage of AND MRS. JERRY B. SHELL arrived Fridayfor held after the ceremony. Miss Judy Robson had
Mrs. Farrell and Robert Guild of Bradenton Beach. a ten-day visit with Mr. Shell's parents Mr. and charge of the bride's book; Mrs. Don Posten and
MISS NANCY COLLIER will return to Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell of Starfish Lane Holmes Mrs. W. E. Page III cut and served the wedding cake;
soon after spending a vacation of two months at her Beach. Both have been students at Florida State Mrs. Ronald Hirshberg and Mrs.Melvin Long served
home in Sportsmans Harbor Holmes Beach. Miss University at Tallahassee. Mr. Shell plans to enter the punch and Mrs. Jerry Shell distributed bags of
Collier is secretary to a Justice of the Kentucky the Law School at the University of Florida next rice. Mrs. F. Bouvard Shell assisted in greeting the
Supreme Court. month. guests.
MISS MARGARET ENSLEN has returned to her MR. AND MRS. JIM KARR of Jacksonville N. C., After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Miller
home In Montgomery Ala., after spending two weeks and sons Dane and Dale have been visiting Mr. Karr's will be at home at 112 Pine Avenue. Anna Maria.
with her cousins Mrs. Lucy Tllley and Mrs. Peggy parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Karr of Bay Blvd.,
Moore at Sunswept Apartments Holmes Beach. Anna Maria. Mr. Karr is serving with the U. S. MR. AND MRS. SHERWOOD D. R. SMITH of 58th
MRS. JAMES BORDEN of Gulf Drive.Holmes Beach Marine Corps as a helicopter pilot. Street Holmes Beach returned home a few days ago
and children, have returned home from a four-week MR. AND MRS.WILLIAM I.THOMPSON of Crescent from a three-week trip to Michigan during which they
trip to visit her family in St. Johnsbury Vt. Drive Anna Maria and their son Gary have returnedto visited friends and family in Detroit Greenville and
CHRIS HOFFMAN son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. the Island after spending two and a half months in East Lansing, where they were guests for a few days
Hoffman of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach will enter the Toms River N.J.Gary Is a student at Manatee Junior of Mr. and Mrs. William Searl of that city and Holmes
freshman class at The Citadel at Charleston S. C., College.MR. Beach.
early next month. His parents plan to drive Chris to AND MRS. WILLIAM SEWARD of Bay Blvd., MRS. JOHN WILLIAM SHEA of Tampa,and daughter
Charleston over the Labor Day weekend so he will Anna Maria and their son Billy returned home last Kelly are visiting Mrs.Shea's parents Mr.and Mrs.
be there to start classes on Tuesday Sept. 8. week after spending several weeks in Tennessee. Ernie Cagnina of Anna Maria, for two weeks.

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more aboLit people of Lafayette Ind...l\frs. Virginia Henderson of ]
Dradenton. and daughter..Mr.and Mrs.Carl Adams ]
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. D. S. of Muncie Ind., and party. Worth Sr. of Jacksonville. .Mr. and Mrs. O. H. PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aungstof j
Sams of Trenton. Mich., and sons.. Mr. and Mrs. Maryville. Tenn., and family. {
James R. Gilbert of Kosciuski, Miss...Mrs. T. HARD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Millerof <4
Daughtry and family and Mrs. Thomas and familyof Winter Haven.PROTHERO \
Land O* Lakes. .. Bobby Smith and Stewart Weissof APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. E. Fred ,r
Tampa.TRIPP'S. Voss of North Miami...Mr.and Mrs. Randy Garavala '
COURT: William C. Boese of Gainesville of Lakeland. j
...Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lindsayof Warren.Ohio. .. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Rowe of
K. B. Kimball of St. Croix. Virgin Islands. Chattanooga, and family...l\fr. and Mrs. CharlesR.
ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mrs. Ann Sanborn of Mcin- { Kidd of Valdosta. Ga. ..Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
tosh. ..Mr. and Mrs. William Dunn of Avon Park. .. Clark of Goshen. Ind.. and family. ..Mrs. Norma
Mr. and Mrs. John W.Roden of Winter Garden.. Mr. Jean Hill{ of Tampa and children.
and Mrs. W. R. Baker of West Point Ky. .Michael LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. P. Blackwell
Schiro of Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. George Behemeyerof 4 of Oakton. Va. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Davis of Cleveland -
Winter Garden and family. Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Simmons ofGlbKonton
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. Byrd of Tampa ,and party... Mr. and Mrs. William Spencerof
...Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Black andMissJoanne Blackof Ruskin. . Mr. and Mrs. James Simmons of
Fort Meade.. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell J. Lindsey of NEW ISLAND RESIDENTS Miss Ruth Stoltz. retired Wimauma... Mr. and Mrs. Norman Langiton of
Lakeland. Army nurse and Mrs. Howard Adams. Both now liveat Bowling Green. .Mrs. Henry A.Ulm Jr.of Wimauma
EAST 0' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pridgen of Key Royalc, Holmes Beach and both are firm ...Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holland of Mcrshon. Ga. .. Mr.
Winter Haven and family. .Mr. and Mrs. James boosters for the Island. (ISLANDER PHOTO) and Mrs. R. C. Shepard of Tampa..Mr. and Mm.
Slates of Bradenton. and family. .Mr. and Mrs. L.A. J. R. Coffee of Trenton N. J.. Edward G. llockel
Anderson of Flossmoor. 111., and family. . Mr. and ...Mr. and Mrs. L. DeWitt of Fort Meade. of South River. N. J.
Mrs. David Seals of Tampa. .Mr. and Mrs. Ross FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. McCOHMICK of 516
Evers of Plant City. .Mrs. Francis Partain of Cole of Jackson. Tenn. 71st Street. Holmes Beach arc expected to return to
Bartow. and family.. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thacker of DAY VIEW COTTAGES: Miss Kay Ped rick of Sara the Island this week after vacationing for two months
Rome. Ga., and family. sota. . Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews of Oncco.and In Grccntown. Pa.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce children. . Mr. and Mrs. John Doherty of Tampa and BOBBY CABLE son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cable of
Anderson of Bradenton. ..Mr. and Mrs. B. Bojdekof children.S. S4OO Gulf Drive Holmes{ Beach a member of the
South Bend Ind., and family.. .Mr. and Mrs. James S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. RichardA. crew of the aircraft carrier USS INTREPID will
Eichler of Syracuse. N. Y., and family...Mr. and Anthony of Caldwell N.J.. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. return to this country at the end of August from a
Mrs. R. Parkins of Hollywood and family. ..H. A. Martin. of Drandon. ..Mr. and 1\frs.J.T.llarper;Mr. three-month cruise of the Mediterranean has
McDonald of Rome Ga., and party.. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mark Wllliford. and Mrs. J.T. Duckett and been in the Navy about two years and has been
W. White of Fort Myers and family. family all of Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. Albert trained as a dental technician.
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. Douchle of Winter Park. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. MR. AND1\tRS.JOHN ADAMS Staten Island.N. Y.,
and Mrs. Henry Ayst of Tampa and family.. Mr.and Shirley of Fort Meade. Mrs. E. A. Green of and their two children are expected to arrive this
Mrs. Glenn Hartley of Gibsonton on their honeymoon Bridgeport Conn. week to visit Mr. Adams parents and grandmother.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sweeney of Wimauma and BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams and Mrs. D. C. Adams of
children.. .Mr. and Mrs.Harold Romine of Bradenton Berry Jenkins of Lithia and children. Leatha. Debbie. Anna Maria. Other guests of Mr. and Mra. Adama
...Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Burns and family Mr. and Ruthle and David and Miss Janice Toole. are their son-in-law and daughter Mr.and Mrs. Tom
Mrs. Ken Folks and Mr. and Mrs.James E. Gilbert WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mrs. Thomas Orgaof Condie of Rahway. N. J.. and their children.
all of Orlando. ..Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wright and Mr. Groveland. MIDSHIPMAN 2/C DAVID L. CARROLL, Bon of
and Mrs. W. B.Miller of Bartow...Mr.and Mrs. Asa TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Moore and Mrs. Joyce B. Carroll of 508-75th Street. Holmes
B. Gardiner of Jacksonville and faml1y...Mr. and family; John Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Jee Cast all Beach recently completed a midshipman training
Mrs. John D. Smith Jr. of Llzclla.Ga..and family... of Orlando.. .Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Duncan and Mr. cruise aboard the doatroyor USS MULLINNIX.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter and Mr. and Mrs. K. E. and Mrs. H. S. Lund and daughter, all of Miami... operating out of Norfolk. Va. Ho received practical
Hughey and family all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Boomstra of DIuffcon. Ind.. training In seamanship gunnery navigation and
W. E. Hendrix of Mulberry. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and family.. Mr. and Mrs. R.K.Reynolds of Tampa shipboard routine In preparing for duties aa a Naval I
Fenne of St. Cloud...Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Bowenof and family. ..Mr. and Mra. Frank M. Dake of officer.
Dayton. Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. E. Ekholm of Birmingham. Ala. .Mr. and Mrs. Claude Holland of MRS. ETHEL SAUMELL of 103- 12th Street North.
Clearwater. ..Mr. and Mrs. John D. Sweeney of La Delle.. Miss Christine J. Martin of O*Fa I Ion,Mo. Bradenton Beach IH a patient at Manatee Memorial
Wimauma...Mr. and Mrs. A. J.LaDuccr of Sarasota'iflL' CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spaulding hospital and will appreciate hearing from frlcnda.

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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. August 27. 1964

LEGAL NOTICESIN MRS. WILLIAM K., New Model HomesAt more about people-

CHURCHESST. HATHAWAY. 84. a resident -
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND of Gulf Drive. Anna Key Royale THE REV. AND MRS. LESTER UTZ of 508 74th
for Beach
CHANCERY NO. 1XO9O.X-317 Maria for many years Spokesmen Key Roy- Street. Holmes a long
(CATHOLIC) MARIAN ROBBINS KIEHL. died Wednesday evening. ale Homes Inc. last week trip which Included a visit to the New York World's

R.". Francis -.I..HI.r .y.Plaintiff- Aug. 19. in Henderson- announced that four new Fair several guided tours of London and the Shake-

MASS: MARVIN E.KIEHL vllle. N. C. waterfront model homesare speare country in England as well as an extended

Defendant suffereda now under construc- motor trip through Belgium Holland Germany
WEEKDAYS: Ham broken hip as the resultof tion at the model home Austria Liechtenstein Switzerland and France. In

HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pin IN THE NAME OF THE STATE FLORIDA OF a fall In February on center of the Island waterfront Germany they were joined by their daughter Mary

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: TOi MARVIN E. KIEHL her 84th birthday and development in Louise, who has spent the past year attending the

WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm Hq APO.SO2d 301 Military Intelligence Bn never recovered from the addition to the Formica University of Tubingen where she is majoring in

San Francisco. California injury.Mr. World's Fair Home which German and English as a transfer student from

Harvey Memorial Church do IT appear IS HEREBY and file ORDERED and serve that your you .. and Mrs. Hathaway will continue to be on Wittenberg University at Springfield Ohio. She actedas

(Non-Denominational) Answer or other written defenses to moved to Anna Maria soon display at Key Royale until guide for her parents through the five countries
Bradonton Beach the sworn Amended Complaint for the end of the Fair in her. and
Divorce filed herein agalnal you and after the end of World War which they visited with Pastor Mrs. Utz

n... A. W. SimmsSUNIAY that you ao appear and file your II, from West Chester Pa. November, 1965. returned to this country from Paris by plane. Their

: with Answer the or Clerk ocher of written Circuit defense Court In Following her husband's The new model homesare daughter will remain In Europe until November and

tJ:10: am Sunday School and for Manatee County. Florida at death several years ago. being built by the until that time will tour southern France and Spain

the Court House Uradenton.of Florida. Mrs. Hathaway continuedto Wm. B. Lee Co. and RIch- and next month will tour Turkey with a group of
on or before the 2 4th day September
Chrl.tlon Scl.**c. A.D. 1964. and that you also aerve a live at the north end of mond Construction Corp. university students. She will return to the Island in

.I A. M. Cemtm/olty Hev.. copy defenses of your on Answer Plaintiff or other attorney.written Gulf Drive until about Price range of the homes November and will resume her studies at Wittenbergin

SUNDAY JAMES M. WALLACF.who.,address three years ago when she will be between $11.85O January. The Rev. Mr. Utz is pastor of Gloria Dei

: CHRISTIAN la Poat Office WOK SW( (12012thSt.. went to Hcndersonville to and $22OOO on the buyer's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
9OOa.m. W.) Bradenton. Florida and this you
SCIENCE SERVICE. will not omit lest the matters and make her home with her MRS. BARBARA FARRELL of North Shore Drive
thing set forth and alleged In said daughter Mrs. Frances of the new homes Anna Maria and Robert Guild of Bradenton Beach
Complaint will be taken a* confessed
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH by you and upon the pain ,of having a Hoopes.She also will be varied with will be married at Roser Memorial Community

R... L.. nellill.) Poster dc-creu pro confeaito entered against Is survived by Mrs. ranch colonial contem- Church at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 4, with the Rev.

FRIDAY: you.WITNESS my hand and official seal Hoopes; a son, William porary and Spanish design Richard K. Wiggins pastor of the church officiating.Mrs. .

5:00 pm Party at Bay Park this 17th day of August A.().. 1964. Hathaway of Boston and accents. Key Royale will Robert DeVane sister of the groom will be
SUNDAY: COURT Clerk of Circuit Court several grandchildren. continue to offer the design Mrs. Farrell's matron of honor and the best man

8:45 am Sunday School SEAL) Manatee County Florida Funeral services and services of its will be Russell Guild father of the groom. A family
By Snyder
10:00 am Worship Service Deputy Clerk burial were in Henderson- builders ona"nocharge"basis. reception will be held at the Holmes Beach Yacht

5:30 pm Concord Choir JAMES M. WALLACE ville on Friday. Club and after a short wedding trip the couple will
for Plaintiff
6:30 pm Worship Service 420.Attorney 12th St. Weal Key Royale is in the be at home at 720 North Shore Drive, Anna Maria.

7:3O pm Youth Fellowship llradenton. Florida Roser SermonThe process of seawalling its MR. AND MRS. A. G. BIRKMAN of 71st Street.
$20 ft ft 64
TUESDAY: 2719.3 10. Rev. Richard K. eighth finger which will Holmes Beach and their son Keith returned recently

7:00 Church Choir NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Wiggins pastor of Roser be known as Dundee Lane.In from a long motor trip to the West Coast and the
pm .
A Public will be held lmmedlatvly
WEDNESDAY: Hearing after the neat Council Memorial Community the companion development. Pacific Northwest. They visited New Orleans the

6:00 Fellowship Hour Meeting of the City of Bradenton Church will continue with Bay Palms, also In Grand Canyon Las Vegas Los Angeles. San Francisco -

Grades pm 1 thru 5 Beach 3.Florida.1964. at on the Thursday Fire Hall September ., to the second in his series Holmes Beach it is expected Seattle Glacier National Park and St. Paul.

consider the petition tocloa sections of sermons on the subject. that the seawall on MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DIAMANT of East Point

7:00 pm RA.GA.Sunb'ms7OO of the the alleys following by the described Property property ownersof "The Church As Mission the north side of 69th St. Ga., and their four children are visiting Mrs.

pm Prayer Meeting IO ft.alley -a.-; :: lots 7. 1. ." at the 9 a.m. will be installed this fall. Diamant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Blassingameof
9. 10. 11. 12. 14 of Block 14.Ilechurst .
Re.... M.-.. ChwchNewDew.Its.ltts.I Subdivision, and 10 ft.alley Worship Service. Sunday. n MP Maple Avenue Anna Maria, for the week.
(.. I) lying between Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. AUK. 30.Order ... .' : TERRY ALLEN RUPPENTHAL. son of Mrs. Edna
... W' .' and 17. 1 1. 19 and 2O of Block 17.:
... "' .4 K. ".abur., Subdivision. Of Amaranth Ruppenthal of 305-58th Street Holmes Beach this

P..1.THURSDAY .r This property located between week entered the freshman class at Manatee Junior
23rd and 24th Gulf and
on Drive
: between 24th. and 23th on Gulf Drive. Queen Christina Court College. He is assistant manager at Webb's Island
3:30 pm Roser Choristers Weal of Gulf Drive. #26. Order of Amaranth Pharmacy.
7:30 Cantus Choir City of Bradenion Beach r
pm will serve a covered dish
L. Carothers
Byi Sophia I
SUNDAY: City ClerkUNCLASSIFIED supper at the home of FOR BEST RESULTS

9:00 am Worship Service Mrs. Florence Myers of

10:00 am Sunday School 2214 Gulf Dr., Bradenton
S l!.....11........ minimum
7:00 pm Youth Night adnnce payment required Beach at 6 p.m.. Satur-

TUESDAY: day. Aug. 29. MTIS[

9:30 am Deaconess SEND &APHISTYP5TCLEUa. .. All members and their '
.taM to City Clerk of HolmesBsacb.
home of Mrs. Ticlienor Island resident preferred. housegucsts. and visiting

6:30 pm Couple'. Club Current hour.9 a.m..CO I ....... fl_ members of the order to
day s wek. Apply In writing,giving
the invited
area are to
WEDNESDAY: brief resume of qualifications and Islander
7:30 pm Church Council hourly wage rat expected. Addressi attend. Those planning to in The
City CI.rk holm.. ach.' attend are asked to takea
JM, Rt <4 available anter lA "
Church el Th. Annunciation Dsy. FURNISHED Home In HoI...* covered dish and table
(Episcopal) Beach by month or year 3 BR. service.
2 Baths. Conditioned. Gulf
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Call 77a.6M.[
Bowling Anyone? Thriftiest FRIG I DA I REFrostProof
THURSDAY FOR SALE. Alun 4 1...*177 ,
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9:00 am Holy Eucharist 1'0_ &14 i wo-oedruont 1M'I There are still a few f-HOTO BY RENE RCDOM
_k. month or season. 113.79th St.. openings for men and wo- Food Freezer!
FOURTEENTH SUNDAY tfoltn. I"***". Call_ 77'.!191.
who wish bowl in askedto
AFTER TRINITY YEAS AKUUMU fkUffcKrT MAIN- men to Friday evening are
TBNANCBi MOWING TRIMMING. the Island Mixed Bowling call the league secre-
8:00 am Holy Eucharist EDGING. FLOORS CLKANKDft POL-
10:30 am Family Eucharist ISHBD. WINDOWSWASIIED&OILED. League. Any couples interested tary. Phyllis Moc at 778- -
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE_ in bowling each 1927.
& Sermon Church School REASONABLE RATES References.
L_...... 1.1..4 C...._ suer 4,10.1 210-1"w.ii n LEGAL NOTICE Ride The Island BusSIX w
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(H...D.s..sln.SS.o.l) ON 73th St... '$.000. Beautiful corner ROUND TRIPS FROM
FRIDAY: Lot. 76th ft Palm Dr.. Docking IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Aid
Beach Privilege. 13.3OO. Four Lots FOR MANATKK Cf ...4TY. FLORIDA AR AD CM TOM DAILY
10:00 am Prayer Croup at cloo lo Anns Marls store*. 32 alai. IN CHANCERY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Herein gshaw I Home fl.oAO **<*. Blmlnl Bay canalfront.J.OOO CASH NO. 14347. S-Sl
$ up. Maker Realty. 77th ft Gulf ALFONSO FREDDIE STEPHENS.Plaintiff.. ,7 Ow.ell.v. EO4 R.wwJ Trip
SATURDAY: I'YI v*. loo*m.. !*** **' S'i'l' 775.IIw. .
1:3O pm Clair Rehearsal I L:. UI''IIUI .. I
our, wo cas offer a *.7 WILLIE MAE WOCOfK STEPUENS.Oaf. .
SUNDAY esdargemeet vi say pIC..... r... ....... SNAPPER TRIPWf .

9:16 am Church School LOTS FOR !SALE. 91\.a''".e<. NOTICE TO DEPEND AND OF SUIT .. ft SUM. 1AM. a

1OO am Worship Service 71-d ....-.000& "'.laI Bay Lots IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF CALL fO. MtltVATtONSAIIT
priced roc quick sslet Gulf Frew.IO,000i FLORIDAiTOi GsouplaISNN4
A Sermon_ 77th St. Cana 4.OOUt Ucla WILLIE MAE WOOOIK STEPHENS HIPS 7 A....
St. Ca sl. 713,5tXq 73rd St.. H.OilU. 3M11&1ltT. COITEZ. ru
Cle... 0.1 C v...o...lic. .l .JN. B. PROTHKRO. Reg. Real k tale .
Address and Residence Unknown .
Lv"' ..... Chwr h 1J.. .a r..J1"-..,..l' ".t 115.2" .. IT .RKBYORDHRFDtat: her 71St 2fla. 7T-UI11X3
AlCuid. .
ft.". U..'*, M. Uh. P..t.r Currency.= *r Forvla* Cn4ns .tf or other and wf file.....and defense servo*your to the Answer a w raC.plaid

THURSDAY: ssy. Car.trr.nvrvn's oc HUsrre 4d Medals.......r.TofcetMi.etc. JOJ. (sled herein against you and.
Chat yw so appear and file yowr Answer
7:10 pin Church Council 4tP.APOnly li"; :n r.d.wt.T FOA" .T.7 4'.1'1"" tar other written def rnees with theClerk urPal2 N

SUNDAY -No ChUOre Clone .. A_ ... ...of Circuit.._Court_.... In and for :
Csrw,. attheCoort 11.71 eu. n,4 celert er whale
0:15:>> am Church School k.p4 Marts ilxayU. Living Area.. ruura.Vow Larpe. ....,..wllroMMda. --. ....... at Plaids er or 1igJ:
10:10 am Worship Service da-c... kl.cbes ..... 1'.1. ....... before.. the 1 Its day of September Art. Frost-Proof system stops frost before it can form
I. and that also
you serve a Cu?v
$50 par t.. Jack Mar.NU Re.ltw. aI yoor. Anwor or other wrttteo No frost no defrosting ever!
M pt1f 1ft ""f 1.1.. *.._ on PlaUttlffa YOU have mend
attorney. a
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(; Ii: ".6
Loc..c and Yt..._..-Wtli Pfl. lAND M. W A LLAC K.w__ esjdreols ur relative who In Roomy free/er-4 full-width shelves, one
... .
P. O. I 'M 'UO 121* si. W.|
or Yew Car Aay-wtMt AAU"" .. .... ,... who liken a bulky bin shell Safety
.... nr.d.aaA. -- T is a suit fordisuse. hut to keep up
t. l J.'tt ... _.MM c.......,.and r.-..eot for seal I magnetic dab
W with what la
IsAe. a.C ... C_, sr r_...._ r.. ...-Lass.4 happeninghere HIGH
teotlful W tN.aaasi. .1 dW shad
10 riawM w the wtowMsde .. on the Inland? A Store lots more In 5
L.-- ......._
tiON reel
Al... classing bet.- for the daughter or non In the deep door shelves with
ns..eats:.... Cy P1utda. a..whaLeda !
15. I*. JO. ttfevk A. KARRIMM service, or away at removable fronts'
P LKJS TRIAL wNWVlSNw... school or college? TRADE-IN
*. per Plat there.* roco*.... is
SCHOOL'SOPEN Fiat tier. ., page 41 of Ilk. r-.uc What hotter or nicer e Famous Meter.M.serKOnomy.

. Records .* Ma_ c-.. Flue way to show you are dependability?

end W6....,. yw will taaw .. Lass ctw thinking of them--than ALLOWANCEHome end. t*.*.. ... tart *odaU to send them a year**
: ...d M soil C-e&HM otll ko taseo E-9d
t u ...,..-.. sy ,.. a.1. a.t5 ...PaisM subscription to the
. ...... a .-.c,_ ...... c...,_ award-winning, home
....r... ...... .... Furnishings
s : BIT7sksy .... and .--81 ....e1MN town ISLANDER? A AppliancesYour
1 15dsy.f *A.A.D.. l4.M. total of 52 present*--
e 1iitsy . mailed to point In
.._ .. cac.n
1Ss.ALI W- C-.. P1.r.a.t the United Suites or to Authorized
f..... 0. MMseR an APO or FPO address -

y- L f. JAMES M. WALLACRAMorosj 0.-7 a- for ONLY$3.W| FRK3IDAIE Sales t Service Dealer

* 1w'. Ills Ptoaoitft4JOl ... We mall a gift card 600 Manna Drive 77912671Page
," >ftftS. Wool
drive Carefully tf..In .. Florida. tool
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August 27. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7r


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.,riF U you are looking for an outstanding value '
F ,!U in a homesite on a broad canal which leads to I
Tampa Day and is near the Gulf Beaches I
BIMINI DAY ESTATES has much to offer.
-.irt favorite Island Realtor for
1j Contact your
1 full information.
1 -

Home at 2317 Gulf Drive. Bradenton Beach recently
purchased by Elmer Dehrns of Ellcnton from ClydeE.
Johnson of Dradenton.The transaction was handledby The :
Dick Wagner Realtor of Bra den ton Dcach.
W HOME on 76th Street. Holmes Beach built by 1
uis Barolo of Bradenton Beach for Mrs. Mamie UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE I
wers Davis of Atlanta. (ISLANDER PIIOTO) INSURANCE COMPANY Homes Are At :

SMK 1117
P''K Y.., 1t..1, I.r.f' ,,....,_f',., w
52* 12th Si W.RADNTON, VIA ?*... 74).4541


$10,500 Located in Holmes Beach-2 BR Each Side APARTMENT HOMES

IS INCLUDES: Two Carports CB Constr-Creted-Furnished-Good Beach
Are Nearing Completion
Large Screen Porch Reduced from S25..(XX) to $19.500 for Quick Sale



AN EXCEPTIONAL BUY- 116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach JACK HOLMES

Are You Looking?
'i. sectGeorge 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778..1648JACK'S

REALTOR Tel. 778-2663 r"r---eft. Wagner


.. I$$tend U.ppine. c."...
Mil. HANDYMAN: llcru'n a genuine bargainin
. PHONE 778-2444 a bin concrete block duplex with five
Or WRITE BOX 1012 rooms and two porches on each Hide. Wan a
ANNA MARIAc. dandy rental property until neglected. Clone
LBRCHfllOflT L DEVELOPmEnT/[ CORPOflflTIOfl ...c. w..N.,, n.......... to beach and fishing plum. Price cut WAY
Afl..n. P1... A-.._.... WAY DOWN, with Junt SI. OO cash and $73
per month.
7" 7..J 7. DUPLEXSPACIOUSLovely ft H It
? 44 ....., NORTH POINT OUPLHX-- Dandy Property
Presents - in tip-top condition and nicely furniNhvd.
Owner moved North--naya slash the price
shaded lot near Hhop- and SKLLf' YOUTH for just SIO.3OO.I Term
,.. H H NON
ping and Gulf IJe JcheH. TIll HAY--A two-bedroom homo newly<<
decorated and with a brand new roof. Lovely
a You will agree this IHa yard many trees and plantlngn. Large dock.
A gorgeous view, and a two-car garage with
good buy at $lb.:OJ. guest room and half bath. Owner moving
d will aacriflce for SI2.OCK). on good term.
Call us for an appoint-
Lot PickupsTWO

ment. Wooded LOCK paved street with lake atrear
GULF DRIVECO Call Ralph Parrishor ---4.4OO.
OPERATIVE Peggy MooreA. TWO Nice I.ocllin Point Section Sloth S3.3OO.
ARAMTMCNTSHOLMES .._N*. SPHCI L--A Jim-dandycanallot"

.C.w1..1..1..w..-.w-.'.-...o-ahl.ow 1..u Parrish Realty for Just S3.60O.

BEACH P.O.Plata,A*".M..'1. JACK MARSHALL Rtritor

ANNA MARIA ISLAND 778-1902, 778-2171 M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria


NEW discount prices to

- -
make way for 1965 model homes

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0..A Ti -.._AwrlrW .w c-. ........c.a-: ._.__IAMLd c.I. AliI-.i.IOwY..d P.1M.. .c--.....a 0..1.1.1..t. A..1w-.1. .......L..w*.._._
I.-we w. r..cs..... a-A..r..N tw. T1wt .c--t. T-..r.... T+ ...P....tta.4 Inquire at KEY ROYALE HOMES
.........,..a-rrrw E.""'.".. AU---------I TA.' ......
P.. a..............A ::..../ TV T.i./.-A..1...
O..MN........A.mI P..1 ........ r.u___r Mr..r office across from WORLD'S FAIR HOUSE
.... ...... ..
.-n\....-.u c-.e--..-. : I J. LI.-r- r.d ca-. 0.-
;.... wN R.--Ow.U.L1 ..w fNMM...-...........


For Information' Contact Robert S. Cable, SUNDAYS 1 1.6

Sales Manager Phone 778.1611

o!. _. __ '., .sr.r..iu,_a'as'..; ...-........ ....,;.a.. ..u...:tiu.a_.;....],,.' , ..

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Our Advertisers... fi3'@2J.J-J < UI\M1iL ... _oc. NEW-NEW-NEW

Experts in their fields Something For Every Person

and Every Occasion

LINEN RENTAL 778-1472 4 add'wFree Gift & Mail Wrap
t ....
it.{ /' SLid.y W Jokm I rfx",1'f.71 "

Open 9-12 WeekdaysHUFFINE'S


- - - -
Island's CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.PITTSBURGH .

reduced 141312One 1

Coming . SUNSET Rack of Shifts


,," "- \\i\\- Be Sure To

PAINT $3.98 gal See Our Bargain Table

COLOR TV Matching -Knee, Pants-Shorts-Short Sets

Special"WORLD Semi-Gloss $4.98 gal Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. A wa yPlan
Starting Phone
SERIES (;!Sep ..h; 778-1131 '- -
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 778-1161
OF \ 'ac13tPo' C s tuiww Wo..rA
,.I GOLF" \ )'"..' .'
Dried Decoratives CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE


where you will be welcome to The 'How-To BooksB.Back HANDY DANDY

OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
An Early Call 778-1020 EVERY DAY

Will Assure You Of A (-,J MCy* C.....a V... SHOPPING ISLAND CENTER 778-2810 I

Free Demonstration

To School Suggestions Call 778-2012
ISLAND TV 778-1703
a SG d and
Filler Paper-Long( Count)
Comer of' Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor
Note boo ks-Pe n -Pens-
5306 Holmes Boulevard
SocksUnderwearShirtsU.S. i -
\ C Keds For Boys & Girls Plumbing Fixtures Supplies, Pumps, Repairs

Holmes Beach One-Stop Shopping Center

? ft7 = Special =
t go**
..ALLOurFat Fleischmann's p
o : VCM.J Vodka 5th c
a o
PROTECTIONFOR Philadelphia 5th 3 for $9.75
; SrARkLfN& WATERManatee CAR.YOUR HOME. Straight Kentucky

Bellows Gin 5th 3 for $10.00
County WaterCompany (Bay pea nsurance BUSCH BAVARIAN I' _us,.
SMCOftrOftATtO........O/c;) 778-7697 778-1548 FOR FREE DELIVERYRon
Shsp. ..... c.ter. H.1... flMW.T. .
closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon ( ) (Bob)
......... 77S-2022 I Phon.778-2023


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