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: September 3, 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: VID00240
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND --.1

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good ") : /



No. 669 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1964 TEN 1: CENTS

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City To RenovateH. .. o Convention Center Investor Asks I

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B. Yacht BasinA :. Accounting, Return Of Investment

renovation of the mid- One of the investors in the agreement nor paid
Island yacht basin near ) k the proposed Gulf front over to the plaintiff any of
the Shopping Center will S motel-convention center such monies."
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be undertaken by the Cityof ; ; has filed suit asking for Hughes also asked the
Holmes Beach. pi an accounting and for the court to make the defendants -
After several weeks of return of his investment. account for all the

investigation the boardof r :' Hoke S. Hughes Palmetto money they have obtainedfor
aldermen voted at its real estate broker this project and also
meeting Tuesday evening and bank executive last the property they have
to proceed with repairing T week filed a suit against purchased. At the same
boat slip installation and 4J .Jean-Paul St. Laurent, time he asks that the
dredging of the yacht ba- the principal promoter of court rule that he be
sin. Overall cost of the the proposed $2 million awarded 1000.
project will be between motel conventlon center. At the request of St.
$1O.OOO and 11000. The suit also named as Laurent 70th and 71st
The work will include defendants. Robert Moses Streets from Gulf Driveto
removal of old piling in il:; and Frances Livingstonof the Gulf were vacatedby
the basin rebuilding of Anna Maria.It the Holmes I Beach
the seawall along Marina ."t. in understood however Board Aldermen on
Drive installation of 12 _" .,. that Moses' and Mrs.' June 17, 1963. Because
boat slips and dredgingthe Livingston merely were of Home procedural errors .*
basin and its access acting as escrow agents the action was takena
channel to a minimum I for the investors In the second time at a meeting -
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depth of four feet at low ._ project.In on June 22, 1963. No
tide. .. his suit. Hughes notice to the public wan
Bids on the work sub- charged that on July 7, made of either mooting
mitted to the city were: 1963. he contributed a before the meetings were
Arthur Poidevin $9.025; Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburnof Chapter of the American Hibiscus $1OOO check to be placedin held.
Bennett Marine Construction Holmes Beach admire a blue ribbon Society held Sunday afternoon at the escrow for use in the Following the action of
$9.785; John Bernstein won by Mrs. Blackburn for her entryof home office of the Palmetto Federal construction of the Sand the board of aldermen a
$11.OOO. and Lee the "Velvet Touch" hibiscus in the Savings and Loan Association in Palmetto Dollar Hotel. Later he group of property owners
Tharpe. $11.856.Members first show of the Norman Reasoner with about 5.OOO in attendance. allegedly asked the defendants and residents of the area
of the board Larceny Charge to return the brought suit against the
voted to award a contractto B.B. Court Handles Large DocketWarren money he invested. city asking that the street
Poidevin provided he Against H.B. Man Hughes' action reads vacation bo rescinded and
can comply with all the Swanson Bra- Naughlc. $23. Last week. Police ChiefW. that "The defendants have the streets bo returned to
qualifications which Include denton Beach was fined Elmer G. Compton of H. Snooks Adams of failed and refused HO to their original status, because -
furnishing of a 100 $1SO. and had his license Cortez forfeited a $..0 Holmes Beach, arrested do and have never rendered they claim the boardof
percent performance bond suspended for six monthsat bond which he had posted Leon Ogles. 25. of 3SO5 any accounting for the aldermen did not have +
4L to the city.Hibiscus. last week's session of after being charged with Gulf Dr., Holmes Beach months received under (Continued on l'aRo.6)Action 4
the Bradcnton Beach City failure to stop and havingno on charges of grand lar- -- - \\
Show Court. Swanson was arrested license. ceny and use of improper H. B. Fiscal Year Changed .
Awards To Islanders by Police Chief Bill Clifton of Cortez was tags on a motor vehicle.
Jim Lindsay on Aug. 20. fined $10 on a charge of OglcH arrest was madeon P4lHHaKe of a resolution on purchase of a
Islanders Mrs. J. Hartley and charged with driving public drunkenness. the complaint of a Tuesday evening by the reverse cycloheatingairconditioning\
Blackburnand.John while intoxicated.At Charges of assault and Hoi 1m e H Beach woman Holmes Beach Board of system for
Ottley both of Holmes the court session on battery against James H. based on the loss of a Aldermen changed the the city office wan tabled l
Beach were winners at Wednesday Aug. 26. with Turner and James Harold wallet containing $123 in city's fiscal year. The until the next meeting.
Sunday's hibiscus show in Mayor Henry Mcunicr Cook both of Bradcnton. cash and a gold watch new year. May through A bill of $45O from the
Palmetto.It presiding a total of $363in were dismissed. allegedly stolen by Ogles. April will allow budget former city attorney
was the first show of fines and forfeited The cane against Fred Bond of $3.OOO watt set preparation by the board llobort Schultz wan approved -
the Norman Reasoner bonds was collected.The Dcvlnc. charged with public on the charge of grand of aldermen elected In for payment after
Chapter of the American following were fined drunkenness was larceny and $150 for the March. Formerly the Homo dl cuHKlon.
Hibiscus Society and was $15 each for speeding: postponed until Sept. 2. lesser charge. Ogles Is budget for the year was A contribution of $25O
held at the home office of Nathan J. Taylor Jr.; William Lou val n e Jardan wan now being held at Manatee prepared by the aldermen for the DcSoto Inland Day
Palmetto Federal Savingsand F. White Jr.; BruceA. fined $10. with the fine County Jail. whose term ended at the celebration In March wan
Loan Association.Mrs. . Capp; William Gentile; suspended on a chargeof According to Adams the end of the fiscal year In voted.
Blackburn won a Raymond Eberhardt and allowing a dog to run wallet in question and FebruAry.Thu Building Inspector MdHavorkoH
blue ribbon for her entryof Thomas E. Carnes. loose. another one had been current year whichbegan reported that
the "Velvet Touch"hibiscus Roger A. Hill. William In Holmes Beach a $25 found in a trailer formerly March 1 1. will run violation of the building
another for her Wilkinson 2nd and Allen bond wan estreated by S. I occupied by Ogle**. The through April 1963. code by an uff-III I a rid
bloom of "Mrs. Mary Naughlc estreated bonds Charles Yochim On ceo.He second wallet wan reported At TucMday'i mooting of contractor had been corrected
Johnson," and a gold seal for failure to appear to had been charged by lost or stolen by a. the board. li. W. liradow. .
for "Hcndry's Double answer speeding charges. Police Chief W.H.AdamH young woman visitor to operator of the Inland I 'Iho annual program of
Yellow." The first two had posted with having no driver's Holmes Beach late lam Sanitation Service, told mowing vacant lots will
Ottloy won two gold seal 1 bonds of $25 each and license. April.
the board that the new begin_ 'in two_ wock. andall
awards and some half- tl"it trash pickup service' was loll will IK> mowed In
dozen ribbons for his en- '
proceeding well, with no nix wccki
tries. \ .. ''Vr major problem He said! .Purchase of .. t tractor
August Building that the entire' city had with mowing and scraper:
y been covered once. attachment was discuss '

Permits Down s.. Proposed amendment wed but tabled.hlavarkos .
to the clty'n trailer ordinance read comparative -
Building permits issuedon r r 4 were d'.cu..cd.and' statements of the
the Island in August will IK made effective JM building 'inspection fees
totaled $74.862. $276.72 A. noon an tho new ordinance of thin year and 'last. co
lower than in August 1963.In ..L r IN drafted. how that his. Income had It
Anna Maria permitswere ( r r Pr'4><>Med change In the t been Mharplvreduced.and
issued for $36.O2O L City' speed| limit law asked p 'rfnl.....!on to build
of work compared witha will be made at th y neat a duplex for his own ue.
total 1 of $94.414 In August meeting to bo held on "r'n..I". | was granted )
1963.Holmes Sept. I IS. with some qualification. I
Beach permit
in August totaled only
SJ .700. down $22O.29O ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

from the August 19o3figure. -t w... _.,..,.l lT
5255,990.Bradenton .
Beach showed T_._.......
the only Increase. with v . I..., 1.4. ... 'f''';'
the August figure< $3.142. Aux, .'r. .'JfJ e.1 .a W M+ 1.7

and that of August 1963. .., Aug, : .-. 04 .K4 flU M HuM
51.183.Much _( .
only Aug. .7. MJ M IIt1 ;00 ilC1 MUIMI 1Arx
of the difference T C
2"..7tl 51 W rJ ...vNowt. .
in total value l of the permits -
was; the greater Mld-Uland yacht boa.lntalCh will be along Marina Drive Installation of Aux, 2:1-: -7" 54 II DO 6 .d
activity apartment con- renovated' and dredged by the City of new boat slips, and dredging of twain ) Ag. 30--;o If*. M* 00 M tCone
truction in 1963 over Holmes (kWork on basin will and acceu channel to minimum depth Aux, n.-.o: .1 *4 90 Ile None
thL summer. include necessary repair to seawall of four fret at low tide.(Islander Photo) i






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2 TilE ISLANDER Thursday. September 3.




Islander EditorialsOff



Island Litterbugs


One of the ever-present and unpleasant problems 1.'.' .i' i I yt .: d ,,, 1 y SJr/ 1r ,Stt 'r7 ; .',i .1 -.,
faced by the Island is that of cleaning up after scoresof

off-Island visitors have enjoyed a big day at the : i(1: ( .
,
beach.
r 11't
Seemingly--although of course such Is not the case 1 ) ,, lyi r"'

with a majority of visitors to the beaches--spending ;
a day at the beach means making as much mess as
;
possible. At least a sufficiently large percentage of r
these by-the-day visitors espouse this philosophy to
give the Anna Maria Bay Park and the beach at the
south end of the Island after a hard day. something of
the appearance of a circus ground after the tent hasbeen
lowered but before the area has been cleaned.

Both these areas have been provided with trash

cans which are emptied on a regular schedule but
many of the visitors seem to feel no responsibility to
use these receptacles preferring to drop empty beer

cans pop bottles paper cups and plates watermelonrind
and other debris wherever it lands--for someone ,

else to clean up. !
The same condition exists on many other parts of the
Gulf shore where there is access to the beach via

street ends or walkways and in many cases these
visitors do not hesitate to extend the nuisance to '
clearly defined private lawns gardens and yards and >p r '

.other carefully tended areas.
One suggestion that has been made as a method of

counteracting and perhaps correcting the situation.It .
is to enlist a group of volunteers necessarily
large group to ascertain who the offenders are by
taking car tag numbers and then delivering to the
home of each a large package of beer cans etc.--
suitably gift wrapped. The plan is not without merit.


GUEST EDITORIALS... 1 .
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A TIME TO RUN J.6' J.1 '

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ti
Too many people sit on the sidelines and curse the '; ''.1 (

actions of their government be it local or national.
When confronted with a larger tax bill or other !

pocketbook-hitting action they scream "look what the
politicians have done."
In a few weeks their ire has cooled and If they do

deign to go to the polls to cast ballot it oftentimesis
really an uninformed vote. They never seek public
office.
Perhaps one of the reasons that this Is so is that a
busy man hates to enter a race for public office and
sacrifice the time necessary over a two or four-year 1
period.This. I
Is one of the faults of democracy--this failure -" S.
. to recognize the actual duty of serving the public. I _
If this is your trouble you now have a chance to be
of service on a short-term basis. j
I
For a period of three months you can donate a pieceof
your time toward better government of your city.

The Charter Revision Board authorized by the Doca 1 ... "t: _
Raton City Commission needs nine members who will ISLAND SCENE by Talbot M. Brewer
rewrite the document governing the operation of the

cit%+. .
It s easy to file for the charter board as more than ge"se aKa
fifteen of your fellow citizens have already done.Just . by THE EDITORAn "" ,

go to the new City Hall see the city clerk or one of
Bradcnton Beach bench
blurb
advertising on a
his deputies and list your name.
Any takers? back: "The Mona Lisa of Pizza--made with a little y

--Boca Raton News"SBCIIECY bit of Love." J

the Sand Dollar Gift .7t
John and Shirley Duytschaverof
I I
I Shop last week received a wire from one of their

** IS INEXCUSABLE suppliers, suggesting they contact the area salesman
for the company and that the salesman would then

County Commission Chairman Gerald Saunders had come to the Island and assist them in cleaning up the

his hand called recently on what have been termed"secret" damage they suffered from Hurricane Cleo. A nice rf

Hotmions of the commission after press offer in any event.

and most spectators had left in the belief that the r
31, that Is--a young P 4.1
On Monday morning--August (
.
meeting was over.Commissioner
i
Hilly Freeman waR rightly indignant woman who works in an office on the Island arrivedat +l
HCMHIOHH. her place of business to find a note from her
over the unannounced after-adjournment
employer. The note informed her that it was LaborDay
Saunders had denied that the meetings were"c.-crct.
and said there were 25 people in the room when the and she was to have the day off. So take the day
additional late afternoon actions were taken. off she dldl! Now she wonders about what her employerwill
.
In with witnesses do for an encore next Monday.
Since the meeting was a public place
perhaps it IH a misnomer to label it secret. CACTUS CARICATURE (Islander Photo)
tell that the November election la gettingnearercandidates
Easy to
But the facts arc clear: Saunders adjourned the
whom we had almost forgotten
mceting--he did not call a recess--and the majorityof
thane present believed that the commission because we have seen them so seldom during the past The Islander
two or three years--are now stopping' to ace us with
wouldn't meet again for two wccka. almost overwhelming regularity. Wonder what they An |.sep.. e..t Weekly! p.UlsKed. .v.vr Tlwrs4.,.
the commissioners were
Later in the afternoon
want? by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
reassembled and took formal action on several
important mattora. Since thla was after moat interested 314 Pl.. A...... All... MoHs Ides*. Flsriss.EOlTOt ;

parties had left the courthouse,and since there Almost a pleasure to read something it Is in about California a bit! ............_.__6_.. ...STEVE KlAABALLl
of Red Tide--then to find out
wan no warning of the sessions citizens who might ADVERTISING AAANAGEIL.MAROE KIMBALL

have wished to be heard were denied" a right to do so. We noted--with regret -the resignation of Jim MAIL. ADDRESS P. O. Horn 737.Anna Marta Florl .
Chairman Saunders aald there arc many emergency TELEPHONE T7.-202I.
from the County Chamber of Commercestaff
Gallery
matter to be brought up making It impoaaible to .
release an agenda 24 hour in advance aa proposed as the county's principal publlCltypuaher.Jlm- SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. SXSO
by Freeman.We is a very original mind and during the years he has per year; S3 for ml* month Canada. ,
worked for the public relations bureau. and the" county 13 p.r.Ar.. ADVERTISING RATES* jj
submit that none of the matters brought up at .
Jim has done better-than-good job. And about why SI p.r column Inch. Discount 01.... M :
the meeting in question amounted to an emergency. ertiom ...
stmconsecutive s
for
he
when he wasrequested
Jim percent
he believe says
resigned, we
And for a governing body which has proved so adeptat his U paid by tenth of following month. > -
facts to
to do so. The seem support
postponing delaying and buck-passing the commission National or agency placed advertialnc. XbaM
seems unlikely to be In that much of a hurryfor statement.As SU6 per column Inch. IM.** fW
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Secret anything.or not. such after-adjournment sessions arc we have said before we WELCOME your news CLOSING TIME NOON. TUKSDAY.
not justifiable and amount to hiding public business about Island residents and visitors. But we would Entered' u Second Class matter under
from the public aye. There is no excuse for it, and welcome them even more If those who submit them the Act of March 3, 1179.'
the motives for such a session will always be would pay just little bit of attention to our deadline.
questionable. PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for publication the MAMATfC OXJNTY1 ONLY..* WUHtD NfVlPAMBPaR"

Florida Keys Keynoter same week is TUESDAY NOON!

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Thursday. September 3, 1964 TIIK ISt. .'Nll8 Page 3

GEORGE L. HARRIS.76. WILLIAM H. SCHWEPE Promotion Sunday -
of 406 -76th St., Holmes 69, of Gulf Drive Holmes 8 .M to 8 pm W.&S.ys '

Beach died at a local Beach died Saturday, Promotion Sunday will 8 om to 2 p.* Sn'l.y.
hospital Thursday Aug. Aug 22, at Clinton Memorial be observed at Roser rr
27. Born in Montgomery Hospital in Memorial Community 4 ,,
Ala., he moved to the Wilmington Ohio after a Church on Sept. 6. At the i
Island 15 years ago. He long period of failing 9 a.m. morning worship (IIFBB'SIsland
was associated with the health.A service a special serviceof
Hav-a-Tampa Cigar Co. native of Ohio he had dedication will be held !
for 40 years and at the for all the Sunday Schoolteachers Pharmacy
time he retired from active youth workers
business was the Sunday School staff and J 59O4 Marina Drive t

manager of the Bradenton members of the Board of 718.1 11..Hit.i 778.2075
branch of the Eli Witt Religious Education.
the j. o. WE... PII.. (I.tFREE
Cigar Co. Following service
;
He was a member of ', : at 10 a.m., there will bea
the Episcopal Church of a general assembly in the

The Annunciation and had church sanctuary for the Curving dock in front of the Albion Inn in Cortez.
been the first Senior entire School. This
War- Sunday (ISLANDER PHOTO by Steve deWolf)
den of the church. He also service will Include the
was a former member of promotion of the children High Twelve Club St. Bernard GuildThe
the Bradenton Rotary presentation of Bibles to
Club. the lower Junior group The Island High Twelve first meeting of the DELIVERY
Survivors are his wife and recognition of the Club will meet at noon, season of the St. Bernard
Mrs. May B. Harris of WILLIAM H. SCHWEPE Sunday School teachers. Thursday Sept. 3, at the Guild will be held at 8:10
Holmes Beach; a daughter been a winter resident on Individual classes will Holmes Beach Yacht Club. p.m., Wednesday. Sept.9, REGISTERED
Mrs. Ben (Betty) the Island for about 15 meet after the assembly Speaker at the meeting at the Annie Silver Comm PHARMACISTSON
will be Hiram Strickland
Branch of Atlanta; a son. years. Before he retired at which time teachersand unity Hall followinga
George L. Harris III of he operated a trucking children will get acquainted Manatee County Tax service at the church. DUTY
Cocoa Beach with each other Assessor. After a brief All members are urged
; a brother company in Morrow Ohio
Charles A. Harris of where he was living at the and enrollment of class talk. Strickland will allow attend, as plans for the AT ALL TIMES
Montgomery; a sister time of his death. members will be taken. time for a question and year will be discussed
Mrs. Hampton (Mary Survivors are his wife Parents are invited to answer period.At and committees appoint- THURSDAYFRIDAY
the
of
next
Ellen) Lee of Scarsdale Mrs. Lucille Goodrich attend the assembly as meeting ed.Mrs.
N. Y., and five grand- Schwepe and four brothers well as to visit the Sunday the club on Thursday. J. D. Ladd lathe
Sept. 1O, the speaker will SATURDAY
children. Charles School classrooms where president and St. Martha
George
Funeral services were Alvie and Edwin Schwepe. they will have the oppor- of be Gloria the Rev. Lester M.Utz Circle will serve as the ONLYMen's
Del Church.
held at the Church of The Funeral services were tunity of meeting their hostess group.St. .
Annunciation Saturday held at St.Malachi Catho- children's teachers. Wright vice president; Anne Circle will con-
morning with the rectorof lic Church in Morrow and Cheryl Bottoms secre- duct a bake sale near the & Women'sWATCHES
the church the Rev. interment was in Montgomery Officers of the Senior tary-treasurer and Eric post office at the Shopping
Gerald K. Lowe officia- Ohio. Youth Fellowship at Roser Aklns program chair- Center at 9 a.m.. Satur
ting. Burial was in Mont- Church were elected last man. day. Sept. 12. (Time. Gruen A Wcstclox)
go mer y. Griffith-Cline charge of local arrange- week. They are: Gerald
Island Chapel was in ments. Guild president; Susan tr'k FO LINER 25% OFF

I Sheriff's Posse To Serve Chicken Barbecue At South End BeachA
Quality & 100
VarietyFRESH
chicken barbecuewill County Sheriffs Posse. Donation will be $1 per I
be served at the beachat Proceeds from the event person and the menu will UNICAP VITAMINSREG
the south end of the will be used to retire include half a barbecued
Island Sunday and Monday the balance owed on the chicken cole slaw baked FLA-CA WHOLE FRYERS-Lb..,.....................29* $3.11 $1.79
from 11 TABLEKINC SMOKED HAM-WH.U (12.16 Lb.. Av)..|..... 4S,
until 7 the beans
a.m. p.m. plane purchased by and roll. Ice cream
S. SH. .
TABLEKINC ok. Ham-Full nl H.If..L..4S'
The barbecue will be posse for use in search and soft drinks will be TABLEKINC SLICED BACON-Lb.. ...........................S3* 100 Imflrln
sponsored by the Manatee and rescue work. available. HEINZ KETCHUP..LI_lt 2 -/ $S O,4.-.ch. COMPOUNDlimit
RED OR YELLOW HAWAIIAN PUNCH) For..............if
H BUILDER."..m .uit. .OF kl. for HOMES tmlmi Do You Need ARUBBER P.t.. Gold* K.r ... ICA E.,.... Mil.... T.I I C_-a f*'...tl.OO 1 83t
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Page 4All T//F./LANDER Thursday, September a., 1964

PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. Don Bugg

About P apOe&... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ham of Plant City. and
THE ROCKETTES" GULF TO BAY MOTEL:Mr.
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mrs. J. E. Padgett of Mrs. Leonard Wetucki of Tampa and family... and
New Port Rlchey and family... Mrs. J. E. Gray of Emma Catirella and Miss Sandra Catlrella of Lake.Mrs

Plant City and children.. .Mr. and Mrs. Warren land. . Larry Greer of Miami Beach.. .Mr.and
Coloney of London England and children Stephen Richard Downey of Columbus Ohio,and family. Mrs.
and Catherine.. .Mr. and Mrs. Herndon Mr
Margaret Sowell Nashville
and Mrs. E. D. ,Tenn.,and falnS
of Tallahassee. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Tesmerof
Coloney and Mrs. Dallas Sowell of
.. Mr. Nocatee...Mr and
Gulfport. ..Mr. and Mrs. M. Brace of Elizabeth Stromme of Studio
Mrs. George City Calif..Jerry
New Jersey.TRIPP'S Edwards of Lakeland. ..Mr. and Mrs. Darlene
COURT Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Hol- Dyar
: of Clay City Ind., and family.. .Jimmy
dorf of Winter Park and family. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Conerly of
Wauchula...Mr. and Mrs. MacReadle Barr
Hall of Mlneola. L. I. N. Y. of Largo
D. ,
.. .Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Holland of Bartow. on
PALM COURT:Mr. and Mrs. L.Hllbrand of Summit their
honeymoon. ..Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gillespie
New Jersey. of
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rome, Ga.
Middlebrook of Prattville Ala..Mrs. Irene C.Grayof MR. AND MRS. MAX W. BOOKER of Lakeland and
Passaic N. J., and daughter... Raymond G. Rob- their daughter Linda have rented the Gould home at
bins of Cincinnati, and party... Lloyd L. Howard of 211 Oak Avenue Anna Maria for a year and plan to
make their home here.

Cincinnati.EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bealer of r HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barney of

Akron Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis III of Fort Some of the more than 10O persons who gathered In Glenn Dale Md. .Mr. and Mrs.A.Byrd of Tampa."
Lauderdale, and family. .. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cortez Saturday for the annual reunion, fish fry and Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Martin of Knoxvllle, Tenn. I
Leslar of Dayton, Ohio... Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jarvis hoedown of the Fulford family. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alderman of Lakeland...Mr.arid
of Oartow and family. Mrs. J. A. Cristan of Bartow... C.C.Moore of Jack
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BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs.John Dohertyof of Tulsa Okla. . Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Fox of St. sonville.MR. .
Tampa and children. Petersburg. .Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McCoy and Mr. AND MRS. T. P. WAGNER of Greenville S. C.
WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of Lake Wales.. R. E. have been vacationing for a few weeks at their homeon
Welland of Chicago, and family. Moye and Robert Holtsinger of Tampa.. .Mr. and Gull Drive Anna Maria.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Grady Richards of Babson Park. .. Mr.and Mrs.A. MR. AND MRS. LOUIS R. DeWOLF of Rockford 111.,
George Turco and sons Tom, Vinnie and Gary, for- T. Daniel and Mrs. Reba D. Salisbury of Orlando and their son Steve, have returned home after a
merly of Beacon N. Y.,as year around guests.. Mr. .. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Williams of Haines City.. three-week vacation at their home on Elm Avenue,
and Mrs. Ray Herndon of Orlando, and children Stanley F. Tyska of Brandon Ill. Anna Maria.
Gloria Gary Billy, Jimmy and Raymond.S. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. H. Woolley of MR. AND MRS. RENE REDON of Crescent Drive
S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Kansas City and daughter. Anna Maria returned to the Island last week after a
Wolfe of Clermont. ..Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rcmondcof PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs. L. Bolivar of three-week visit with their son-in-law and daughter.
Mulberry on their honeymoon. .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. James N. Purse and family, at their
Arbogast of Storyvillc Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. J. R. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Chelsos; Mr. summer home on Lake Leelanau in Leland,Mich.
Romano of Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oliver of and Mrs. Louis Russo and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friscoof MR. AND MRS. NORMAN POND of 56th Street.
Jackson. Miss. Mrs. Bruce Sherman and Mrs. Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Poeof Auburndale Holmes Beach are vacationing In McLean Va. fora
Grace McComas of Newark Ohio. and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso of Haines month.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Has- City.. .Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Proylen of Johnson City MR. AND MRS. PAT FLANAGAN of 54th Street,
lam of Clarlngton .Ohio and family.. Mrs. Donna Tenn...Mrs. E. H. Lavin of St. Petersburg and son Holmes Beach left a few days ago for a motor trip
Wllgus of Bradcnton and party.. Mr. and Mrs. P. .. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fulwile of Kingston, Tenn. .. to the West Coast.
Buggica of Tampa. . Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Willingham Mr. and Mrs. Marion Pasteur of Ocala and family... MR. AND MRS. HARRY M. RIFE of Cocoanut Avenue
of Palmetto. . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Earl Duckett of Gastonia, N. C.. .Mr. Anna Maria spent a few days recently in New
Wales and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Denvil Gates and and Mrs. George Duncan of Miami. . Mr. and Mrs. Orleans visiting their son-in-law and daughterMr.and .
son. and Miss Cora Thomas, all of Clarington, Ohio Dean Worley of Connersvllle, Ind.. .Johnny Dean of Mrs. Tony Lyle, and their grandchildren Tanya
..Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harris of 11ulbcrry. .Mrs. Temple Terrace. . Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Curtin of Tony and Jon.
G. Bridges of Miami.. Mrs. Jack Soles of Wauchula Brooks v ill e. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kenfold of MR. AND MRS. F. BOUVARD SHELL of Starfish
and party. Mrs. W. D. Hayes of Davis, Okla., and Gainesville. Road Holmes Beach and their son and daughterinlaw -
son. .Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Garrett of Bowling BEARD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guderian Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shell entertained last week
Green...Mr. and Mrs. David Vcr of Plant City on of Lakeland. in honor of Mr. and Mrs.Herb Miller,who were mar-
j their honeymoon. SCHELTER COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gara- ried on Aug. 22, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ehrenzeller
I ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Howe valia of Lakeland. Jr., who are visiting on the

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- Thursday. September 3, 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page :5
let

ld Bookmobile Visits IslandThe F G l'NT) S; 7 ::7:7i

3. new Bookmobile of the Manatee County Library
!- last Thursday visited the Island for the first time -- -
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). spending an hour and a half at the Community Housein
Anna Maria and two hours at the Island Shopping -- MANATEE COUNTY ii LIBRARYBILE
..1et Center in Holmes Beach.According to Mrs. CatherineC. FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY i I
Ramsey director of the County Library service BOOKMOBILE
1r the Bookmobile was very well patronized especiallyfor
1f its first trip here.A > .
)f close association is maintained between the new 0

0I County Library and Bradenton's Carnegie Library w.r.' M
0f where the former has its headquarters. That .
f fi association makes available to Bookmobile patronsthe
fU books of the Carnegie Library.
Among the 1.80O volumes the traveling library has .. ft
. 1. N.w Manat. County Bookmobile during It* fir.vl.if t
.rJ on display are works of fiction for children of all ages Island last Thursday.
and some non-fiction books for children. Adult books
: [ 2. Chorlas B.rg of North She,. Drivo, Anna Maria, leaving "'.
'include fiction in several categories non-fiction and .
f Bookmobilo with on armful of r.odingnat.rlol.
some reference works. U a patron wants to borrow a .
. 3. Mrs. Goorgo Norwood and dought.r Linda looking ovor the
. title not available on the Bookmobile its personnelwill Bookmobile's ..wo....."
bring it along on the next trip if it can be obtained
,
J 4. Drlv.r>Clork Mrs. Arthur N." chocks out Miss Norwood's
at the Carnegie Library. A also call the
patron
may solactions.as Librarian Mrs. Carhorlno ROM.." (right) looks on
Carnegie Library 747-3484, between visits of the
Bookmobile and request that certain books be brought Bookmobile to visit the Island the second and fourth t 1
.. here on the next trip. Thursdays of each month. On those days it will be
Any resident of Manatee County may have a library in Anna Maria from 10 to 1130 a.m.. and in Holmes
card at no charge which will entitle the resident to Beach from noon until 2 p.m.
. f borrow books from the Bookmobile and from the Organization of the Manatee County Library servicewas
i Bradenton Library. The present schedule calls for the financed by funds from several agencies.Manatee
. County contributed $2O.OOO; the City of Bradenton
more about peopleflSS $27.OOO; the City of Palmetto. $5.0OO; $24.0OO wasa
Federal contribution and $2,000 came from the
DODIE McKAY daughter of Mr. and Mrs. State of Florida.
Tom McKay of 769 North Shore Drive Anna Maria Cost of the Bookmobile itself was 10000. It givesan
who has been working at Manatee Memorial Hospitalthis impression of being compact, yet roomy and has
summer has left for Gainesville where she will two entrances on the right or "customers' side.
be a third year student in the School of Nursing at the Equipped so that it can connect to electrical serviceat
University of Florida. She left early to serve as the various places in the county its visits regularly 3
Welcome Week chairman. the interior of the vehicle is well lighted well
MRS. MYRTIS WATSON of Tampa is spending a few ventilated and cooled pleasantly by some large fans.A .
days at her home on Gladiolus Street Anna Maria. built in electric heater insures the comfort of
MR. AND MRS. CRAIG GRANT of Mishawaka Ind. patrons and personnel in cooler weather.A .
are spending their honeymoon on the Island. native of New Mexico Mrs. Ramsey is a highly
MISS JUDY ROBSON daughter of Mr.and Mrs. A. H. trained librarian, and has had many years practical
Robson of North Shore Drive will enter the Universityof experience in her field. She has a master's degree In
Georgia at Athens as a sophomore. library science from the Denver University Library o
MISS KATHY KIMBALL. daughter of former Island School. Before assuming her present position she
residents Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Kimball of Christlan- spent the previous four years in Puerto Rico where
sted St. Croix will enter the freshman class at the she was head of the library services for the Antilles
University of Michigan.MRS. Consolidated School maintained by the governmentfor
MAY BELL of Maple Avenue. Anna Maria children of employees and of military personnel. I'
returned to the Island last week after spending the Assisting Mrs. Ramsey in operating the Bookmobile
spring and summer in Minneapolis and traveling is Mrs. Arthur Ncff. who is called'driver-clerk."
extensively through western Canada. Mrs. Neff is a native of Manatee County and has had
I II ROBERT A. PETERS of White Bear Lake Minn. experience as a church librarian. Mrs. Ramsey also
arrived o.i the Island a few days ago to spend several credits the personnel at the Carnegie Library with
weeks vacationing here. much valuable assistance to the new library service.

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6 THE ISLANDER_ Thursday September 3, 1964

SUIT FILED . .
Crash Driver To
LEGAL NOTICESIN
CHURCHESST. (Continued from Page 1)

THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Repay CountyA authority to take the ac-
BERNARD MISSION FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA tion.A
CHANCERY NO.lZ090. X-517 note to the county for .
(CATHOLIC) MARIAN ROBBINS KIEHL. $260 has been executed by new mayor and four

ft... Prenci F. Welamiller Plaintiff new members of the boardof
-".. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
MASS: MARVIN E. KIEHL Hunter of Bradenton to aldermen have been

SUNDAY: 8 & 10 am NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND AND OF SUITIN reimburse the county for elected since the suit was

WEEKDAYS: Sam 4 damages to the pavilionat filed, and several months

HOLY DAYS: 8 am & 6 pm THE NAME OF THE STATE FLORIDAt OF the Manatee County ago the city attorney,

ROSARY & BENEDICTION: TOt MARVIN E. KIEHL Beach. The damage was Clyde Goebel was Instructed -
Hqe.3O2d MUfary Intelligence Bn not to defend the
caused driven
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 pm APO 301 by a car
San Pranclaco. California by Mrs. Hunter a few suit against the city.
Harvey Memorial Church IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that you weeks St. Laurent then asked
.. ago.
do appear and file and 1' your
(Noo-Denomlnotlonal I) Answer or other written defenses to The vehicle reportedly and was granted permis-
Bredenten Beech the aworn Amended Complaint for sion of the
driven from Bradenton to court to act as
Divorce filed herein and
against you
Rev. A. W. Simms that you ao appear and file your the beach at an extremely defendant of the suit in the

SUNDAY; Answer or other written defenaea of place of the
high rate speed, strucka city.
with the Clerk of Circuit Court In
i 90:& am Sunday School 1 and for Manatee County. Florida, at Anna Maria beachfront residence. (Islander Photo) large pole set as a car No decision has yet

the Court Houae at Bradenton Florida, bumper at the edge of a been reached on the suit.
on or before the 2 4th day of September
Oirlatleo Science Sewvlc A.D.. 1964. and that you also serve a more about people parking area. It then flew Island Bowling ,
A. M. Community H..... copy of your Answer or other written about 30 feet through the if
do'."... on Plaintiff. ;
attorney MRS. MARCELLA HAHN of 65th Street. Holmes
SUNDAY JAMES M. WALLACEwho.eaddres.fa . air and struck the build Bowling in the Island ,r tr
: Poet Office BOB 1889 (42O12th St. Beach recently had as her guests her brother and ing, knocking out a sec- Mixed League will start Ba:
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIANSCIENCE W.) Bradenton. Florida, and thla
you sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook of Cincinnati,
SERVICE. will not omit teat the matters and tion approximately ten at 6:45 p.m., Friday Sept. Ms
thing net forth and alleged In said their son Kevin and daughter Karen and Karen'sfriend by twenty feet.According 4, at Cortez Lanes. 'An
Complaint will be taken: aa Confessed Miss Janet Herway. Another was Mrs.Hahn's .
BAPTIST CHURCH guest
ISLAND Substitutes will be needTa
by you and upon the pain of having a to County Attorney -
Re.. L.. R.""'. Peater decree pro confeaao entered against daughter-in-law. Mrs. Robert Sicking of Richard Hampton ed, according to the league |Bl.:

FRIDAY: you.WITNESS my hand and official seal Topeka. Kan. there was no Insuranceto secretary, so that per-

7:30 pm Deacons Meeting this 17th day of August A.D.. 1964. MR. AND MRS. EARLS CROMER of Crescent Dr., cover the damage.Mrs. sons Interested in bowling
(CIRCUIT M. T.McINNIS. Anna have returned from vacation
SUNDAY Maria recently a
asked the
: COURT Clerk of Circuit Court Hunter after beingon are to contact
8:45 am Sunday School SEAL) Manatee County. Florida spent in Maywood. Ill. the critical list at the secretary, Mrs. Frank

10:00 am Worship Service Byi Elaine Snyder Clerk MR. AND MRS. REED COPELAND of Hamilton Ohio Manatee Memorial Hos- Moc.
Deputy
5:30 pm Chapel Choir JAMES M.WALLACEAttorney have returned home after occupying their home on pital for several weeks Sanction fees of $1.75

6:30 pm Worship Service 420 12th for St.Plaintiff WeatBradenton. North Shore Drive. Anna Maria for several months. is now recuperating from for men, and $1.25 for i

7:30 pm Youth Fellowship Florida MR. AND MRS. HENRY DOWNS JR. of Gulf Drive. injuries she suffered in women, must be paid \
MONDAY ..20* 27j 9.J ft 10. '64 Anna Maria arrived a few days ago from their homein the crash. Friday evening. I
:
Lennoxvllle. P. Q. They had expected to arrive .
9:00 am WMU Ex. Comm. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of the crash
The Zoning Adjustment Board of the here in mid-summer but were delayed because of
and the
an accident in Bra- Bowling in Island
10:00 am WMU Gen. Meet. City of Anna Maria. Florida.will bold business
WEDNESDAY a Public Hearing ac 1 p.m.. Saturday matters. denton the same evening Bowling League is sched-
Sept. S. 1964. at the Anna Maria MR. AND MRS. TONY VELAZQUEZ have returnedto several
of uled
charges traffic to start on Monday
7:00 pm Church Business Mt. Community Houae. at which a requeatto after
for the
Tampa vacationing summer in Anna
Inatall a chain link fence on the violations were made by evening Sept. 14, at Rip

R.*... MM. ..ie>l Church front of 774 property North of Shore Mr*.Drive.Alyce Sim-Anna Maria. Bradenton and Island Van Winkle Bowladrome.The .
mona. MR. AND
(NMDe*e aali...,..el) Maria Florida, will be considered.The MRS. KENNETH SCHADT of Lake View police against Mrs. Hun- Islander will carry
fence Ia to be four feet Drive Anna Maria and their daughter Marilyn
".". Rlcfcere K. Wleeine (4) high ter. reports of both leagues.
to tie In with side fences of same returned the
Island
Peeler to last
height. The request .. for a varianceto
THURSDAYS the maximum height of 3O Inches week from J a n esv 11 Ie. I I

required by city ordinance.Ted Wis., where they spent the
3:30 pm Roser Choristers Trlpp

7:30 pm Cantus Choir ChairmanINVITATION summer.MR. AND MRS. GEORGEE.

7:30 pm Senior Choir TO DID BIG SAVINGSWITH
Sealed bide for approximately 623 INGERSOLL of Crest-
PROMOTION SUNDAY: linear feet of 24-Inch concrete drainpipe wood Road Key Royale
will be accepted by the City of
9:00 am Worship Service
Anna Maria. Florida, ac the City are visiting in Wyncote PITTSBURGH PAINTS
10:00 am Sunday School Office on Pine Avenue, until noon.

7:00 pm Intermediate & Sr. Monday. Sept. 14. 1964. Pa.MR..AND MRS. ADOLPH
No ditching or filling required.The .
Youth Fellowship city .......,," the right accept SUAREZ of 125 49th St.. Ix'' VOTEWINNINGVALUES
MONDAY or reject any or all blda.
: Prancee V. Maxon' Holmes Beach have returned -

7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop City Clerk to Tampa.

WEDNESDAY Application are being accepted for
8:00 pm Sunday School the poaltlon: of Chief of Police of the Ride The Island BusSIX
of Anna
City Maria. Florida.
Teachers Special Meeting Employment will begin sometime ROUND TRIPS PROM
during the September therefore
application meat be at the city BRADEMTOM DAILY
CHurcH of Th. Annunciation office not later than noon. Monday.

(Episcopal) Sept. 14. 1964. France. V. Mamon. 4ft*. O EXCEPT..Wer. M SUNDAY.......4 Trip (Limited time only)
"... Gert4 K. Lev ., ....... City Clerk

From the rock-bound coast of Maine to the sunny slopes of
THURSDAY SNAPTCft TRIP

9:00 am Holy Eucharist UNCLASSIFIEDIrORirCTTTi WtO." ft tUH. ) A.M. California, you've never seen such moneysaving specials.

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8:00 am Holy Eucharist a.auaie enf AOMIIAL. run. coatu. RJL

10t30 am Family Eucharist Day. FURNISHED Hn*\a !. I...._ .%.... 711-!7M er ??-.I.JI AVE OVER 20%. SAVEAPPRpX.
Beack. ey ...... or year. 1 BR.J 20%
& Sermon. Church School Sat!.. Air-Caoeltlonie. GnU Vine..t HIDSUNPROOF
cal| NEW s...
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10:00 am Prayer Group at !: hut"bA.. MAIN- CASE NO. 14447. 3-31 NOW S 98 hthwI .... ...... ..c.
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1:30 pm Choir Rehearsal REASONABLE. RATRS-...__... t .............. .... ....... .
SUNDAY: .KRN 4i FELLOWS.i>0 P.H. !JOjee PHON8 77t-2t4 NOTICE TO DEFEND AND OP SUIT : ,..... ....... ...... eI4e : .10.00.ocr

9:15 am Church School e. .3l.l<< ....... -:::. -;:: .,d "'p ices a". to gR.nr1 ..
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IN THE NAME OF THB STATE OF .. ,
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Utl\ Clerk" o. C.re"'l Cewrt l. attrf torMaaaiee TRAY
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THURSDAY 5t.-$4.0001 $l..1M My La Ce y. P1or.... at..Cost ..............
7:30 Lutheran Church Itovee *4 Bra....... Ftertee. CM .. FREE ?
pm nlced. tr 77ta ajwlcli*t. Caaai.t. eaSes. o.u 14.O oot h-c.nq ...... the Ittfteeyef,..........r AJX. __ es.. 30% FREE ............of f tt..e.
Women CaoaL IX*.** 7>rd .... 1 IJ.OOQ. I..... ... :Rae yoi alee serve a coe>yetf ; .-4 2 ..art..I.. f .r."'" -PH..,LMI8a.............
SUNDAY yewr AJtewer er ease ...... ( *
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d.._ .s ptalettrfe Only
77. atierney.
ric Iaa-5is '7.5q4 755. WA1.UffDEPlastic
9:15 am Church School JAMES M. -. ...._ Dfef
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10:30 am Worship Service 0 IId, CCosrt.Ts c.c.1'7 .. .. le P. O, B- !.*. lUO-1m .. W.) .i/v. LATEX Ilj.lt 415 a
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of the the C_, M recaaiaae the ePKkal -
Law Kingdom" IBlIc i9o.ar \ ..rfty .* tike PlateUT In tfte ......... I ....- Glove -. ...-.-. w I I
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.. -y her ee4feftefef new -a :

Savings Bonds .... e* A.CSBAU .7.a::a A.D fhsaCisrt ? It.4.M. HOLMES BEACH SUPPLIES INC. 771-1131

sf C.twal c..n

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September 3, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7



ISLAND REAL ESTATE .



:':j"i't"' "'' .. Real Estate Sales TO SETTLE AN ESTATE ;

.._,. ., '-;" ., it&"j" Stephen C. Schiro of on the site. Each unit is HOLMES BEACH: One Bedroom. . Tile ry
:- Tampa has purchaseda to have two bedrooms.When Oath. . Living Room with Fireplace. .
group of 12 lots in Block the units are completed Kitchen & Dining Area. . Attached Garage 1
1 of Anna Maria. Beach Parrish Realty . Gas Heat. . Very Close To Gulf. . 1
Subdivision from Mr. and will manage.them.. Rented for $100 per month. C
Mrs. Steve Lacios of New # Can Be Bought For Less Than $8.500 :
h York City. Lt. and Mrs.. George E.
: kdt Ralph Parrish of Parrish White of Kittery. Maine MAKE AN OFFER
_ Realty, Anna Maria. han- recently purchased a lot JOHN B. PROTHERO
dled the transaction in at 409-80th Street,
s ReGISTERED ReAL ESTATE ROKER-1ALES* RENTALS
r 1 1 cooperation with Dick Holmes Beach,from Mrs..
Wagner Realty Bradenton Caroline Palmer of Old 116-81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
Beach. According to Greenwich, Conn. The
Parrish, Schiro intends to sale was handled by JohnB.
start construction immediately Prothero RegisteredReal 3 BR HOME FURNISHED
3ahia-Mar, Gulf front home on Tuna Street, Anna of 12 modern Estate Broker of
Maria, recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Richard air-conditioned duplexes 81st St., Holmes Beach. SACRIFICINGFOR
Anderson of Lakeland from W. Benton Lewis of
Tampa. Transaction was negotiated by Mrs.Gertrude QUICK SALE
dkhsalngame, Anna Maria. Realtor. (Islander Photo) The
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'UNITED ABSTRACT Are You Looking? "KEY TO BETTER LIVING"Homes
THIS INCLUDES Two Carports
:
,, 11 AND TITLE SEESGeorge

'fmSURANCECOMPANY Wagner Are At Large Screen Porch

Extra Garage
$-<. 1S7Prol
REALTYIsland Furniture Like New
+ct Your
IG.I F1t.1..trt.a.t Shopping Cnt
PHONE 778-2444 AN EXCEPTIONAL BUY-
2t 12th Si. Wnt
ItADCNTON. FLA. Or WRITE BOX 1012 This Season'sAPARTMENT SEE NOW
ANNA MARIAc.
,.... 741.4S41 ...E.W.9a.r( R...Brk.
AiUn Ptk. Aa.oci.l* HOMES DICK WAGNER


Are Nearing Completion REALTOR Tel. 778-2663
Bargain !III!!
MODELS 2217 GULF DRIVE, BRADENTON BEACH


2 Canal Front Lots OPEN FOR INSPECTION

$2,750 each L' JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD

JACK HOLMES MR. HANDYMAN lloro'a a genuine bargainin
ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR a big concrete block duplex with five
REALTOR rooms and two porches on each aide. Waa a
QUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 dandy rental property until neglected. Cloae
SISLER J. DUDLEY. .S.t.s.....-778-21S6 to beach and fishing piora. Price cut WAY,
6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648
ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA WAY DOWN with Juat SI. OO caah and $73
per month.
H K *
PARRISH NORTH POINT DUPLliX--A Dandy Propertyin
tip-top condition and nicely furniahed.
REALTY Owner moved North--aaya alaah the price

r LflflCHfllOnT L DEVELOPIM T CORPOftflTIOd and SELLI Yours for II)Just $IO NON OO. Torm.I .

"THE BEST TIlE BAY--A two-bedroom homo, newly
74 x.19. decorated and with a brand new roof. Lovely
4.im IN yard many trcea and plantinga. Largo dock.A .
Presents - gorgeous view, and a two-car garage with
ISLAND guest room and half bath. Owner moving,
will sacrifice for $!2OOO--on good terma.

-.---- BUYS"Call Lot PickupsTWO
,". ';; .' -
,
''T.'
.l Wooded Lots, paved atrevf with lake at
TU.nnn Ralph Parrishor rcar--$4,40O.
TWO Nice Lots In Point Section. Doth-3300.
Peggy MooreParrish
A.._.... SPHCIAL Jlm-dandycaneallot with aeawallfor
((4ILllJLJ RealtyP. just $3,600.

JACK MARSHALL Realtor
O.Plata,Anna Maria -

x9o. 778.1902 ., 778.2121 M &M Building 778.2614" Anna Maria
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GULF DRIVECO
ORCHATIVCAPARTMENTS

C-4e.I,,'... 0HOLMES --sl.'P
.... . The CHALET
-- -MM I --l/ref
BEACH

ANNA MAMA ISLAND KEY ROYALIi'S Beautiful CIIALiiT
model home on Baronet Lana Im now
for sale for immediate occupancy, to
make way for the 1963 Model Ifomea.
It has 3 bedroom, Florida room,
breakfast nook, :2 batha garage,

MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION central well-located heat and lOOx air-conditioning.113 Waterfront Lot.On CALL 778-1917


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FEATURING I s

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q/....*>.... 004 ..... aMA t.iLI.e d.* -. $0.... c-.o.I::: -.. 4W40. .......
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Lam.MJ v C1. Emed A,_.rr..l ..T1w.e+...w T__I1....T1..i..
a.r..........a.i -' s tu...-. AiLQ..I a1./JS...TV........
P..1. CUr.......v 4 C.-.I TV..4 T___r O.tl.tr
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All Models Closed Labor Day Mon. S.pt. 6
For Information Contact Robert S. Cab!*, ,

...., HAPPY HOLIDAY WEEKENDTO

Sal.s Manager Phone 778.1611 YOU ALL






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Thursday.September 3. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I It


'; 9''all-Wec Hee dadl c9nw 'd-UI\M\dw...VCJ M H/U lre. 10% OFF During September on

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER 1964 Cu1i4efft44 eevz 4
Call 778-2012
1OBOOKSTO & Wrappings
1 e Scaccvid CLOSEOUTon CHOOSE FROM ALSO BOX

Plumbing Contractor Unpainted Furniture NORCROSS GIBSON CARDS
5306 Holmes Boulevard CALIFORNIA ARTISTS

Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies, Pumps,Repairs i Dressers.. 2fcvSUN COAST STUDIO
Chests 4ddDAN RAY of FLORIDA'
6 Odd Pieces..
< /'W Skid.y..i Joke OvytuA..a
.Rack To: School SuggestionsFiller -?-;::'rt7IPRIE : 3S _
Ideal for that much needed
Paper-Long( Count)
extra drawer
books-Pencils-Pens- space IIINIWIEINI1TCORWC / (
- - - -
Socks-Underwear-Shirts-i
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 .
U.S. Keds For Boys & Girls p.m.JtiYi1. < CARE{ <

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021
SHOES ? REDUCED 1 1/4 1/3 1 1 1/2


Coming . shorts
And With School Starting ! skirts


,-"IL dresses shifts short sets



COLOR TVSpecial culottes swim suits

knee pantsLay.
Drop Them Off At

.
'
"ORLD ; Phone
S ER 1 ESSeptol2th; Holmes Beach Away 778-U61

OF \13thj Plan .. -
itc So.( tua.n"' rnsn' k tuo.nen
p GOLF" coin laundryIN Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

You will be welcome to CLOSED LABOR DAY
watch the MATCHES IN COLORIf THIS HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER.MINIATURES .
( you don't have one of your own)
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
at ISLAND TV (RirRUSIIMLNTS: SERVED)
mJJf s
and Pete Reynard's Yacht Club Ji HANDY DANDY

An Early Call I
r t
t Will Assure You Of A OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

Free Demonstration ISLAND EVERY DAY

ISLAND TV 778-1703 for GAGS, GIFTS and FUN SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810


Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. LINEN RENTAL 778-1472

; 7 O ON VACATIONOffice

-.Ifn. c...,.s V..
\ C wD..Id Open 9-12 Weekdays


.. . 00SrARkL'N& / BEACH LIQUOR I STORE

BOAT Your Holmes Beach One-Stop Shopping. Center

AND TRAILER .,AuloOwnn7HIGHJACKED Gin Vodka
1 ? Agent floes I 3 Fifths :. -
...ALLOurFOR I SIO.OO --\. Fifth $2.99
-

E Ea ., l COMPLETE TAILORED YOU C September BourbonMonth is

PROTECTIONFOR
YOUR
Y CAR. HOME. RM Mlor 1111''"

WATER SEE PERSONALBUSINESS.. .., ".. ,,


(:Bag rea i nsurance 11'
Manatee County Water 41FOR

Company 778-1697 778-1548
ClNCOtrOCATlD)
........01,.,.: closed Wednesday & at .
Saturday noon
SERVICE: WITH A SMILE
c..te Hobt..a! t.och. F.ri/.
sboppis
T.I pho". 773-202Z (Ron) Phone 778-2023 (Bob)
CLOSED LABOR DAY FREE DELIVERY I




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