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: September 10, 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: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
alephbibnum - 000579543
lccn - sn 95047386
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The I slandegt. ; Florida or<5-Florida


Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is GoodNo.



I Hurricane Dora 'Threatens' West CoastBookmobile I

-- Area Alerted Then Reassured As

Dora's Course Changes, Recha nges

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'"': "- '''' '-" >Y' Huge Hurricane Dora up to mph plus

". m "J.,. . ,.. ,, : bearing winds of up to 130 four inches of rain.
,. .,c''' _;: -' '5i. ,., mph, caused a flurry of Because of Its threat
,'. ,# '. -, 1" ., . ...,-r>. . .' ..._. excitement on the Island arriving In the Bay area
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_, ;:. .. ... ... uncertain it
.. .' "" evening. Qualified by n as as was, no
'f {'., '.,i ;;;' ''IIi number of "ifs." the clear-cut course of action
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,' .!ftM"J'\ ,; "" .. :'1' . w. ,' ,. '!IO- fourth hurricane of the suggested Itself. A few
yz \ season, larger than all of resident who felt they
,- 1 ,...' ,,'....t'titi( '" ; New England, moved Into should seek higher ground
."' 1""" the "on deck" circle for were stymied somewhatby

.. : ,:- ',_ : :t the Went Coast late in the Inability todeclde what
,,. .. afternoon Tuesday.At direction to take.
. 6 o'clock weather According to frs. fad-
To ,, 'v ... forecasts were that Dora don Snyder. Manatee
Visit Island on the course it was following County Director of Civil
at that time would Defense her department
According to its regular pass slightly north of the received many calls from
schedule the Manatee Bay area and the city of Inland residents seeking
County Bookmobile will Information about
Tampa early Wednesday specific
visit the Island twice this
morning. the situation. Many persons -
month. The first visit will Civil Defense Red Cross lost sleep In favor of
be on Thursday. Sept. 10. : and other emergency organizations listening to television and
when it will be at the Anna J1iI went onto a radio news of the storm.

Maria Community House .. .. standby basis during the Telephone call to pre
from 10 to 11:30 a.m.. and ., .. .. .-- early evening preparedto vlou designated control
at the Island Shopping r call In all personnel at centers on the Inland for
'" ,. : .
Center in Holmes
Beach. r
,. ._ short notice.On emergency committees
from noon until 2 At I ." .
p.m. '._ the Island resident failed to get answer as
the Shopping Center the I ',; J,. -;. 'i"V,. ,, 't.. / :'''': '' t;.\ ,, .... carried their individual lato I 1:3O Wed-
t..I.- .1'a': .K I ,. ....".":."....,... 1t .. .. '.'.,. .. out an a.m..
Bookmobile will
park in ( & .. "
... '. .. ,,, '" "',' : \' '. ..... to,... hurricane drills by nesday.At .
front of ( "I'
Area Insur-
Bay 111 .
I :5
.' '" .t'"t..: .. ' ." purchasing extra supplies a.m.. Wednesday
ance. . 4 .., _t'o, ., .. of food and drink and radio broadcast advised
Its ..cond vi.i" .f th_ 0. \ __... . .. .. .... ... ..
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month will be on Thursday ... ."." .0" '' rl. '""" ' turn and garbage cans. were lowered for the Bay
Sept. 24. when the -;; Late evening$ and early area, with "no longer any '
same schedule will be morning weather bureau danger" from Hurricane

followed._ warning wore for wind (Continued on Page 6))

Seamanship CourseTo At upper left is a picture ot the Egmont lower picture shows one of the many
Start MondayA Key Lighthouse taken about 25 years earth-covered powder storage igloos City Asks District Be Abolished .
ago: Picture at top is one taken at the around the forts. Egmont has long beena
course in Basic Sea- same time of the old forts on the key favorite picnic spot for Islanders. A resolution asking tho from cloning tho alloy so
manship will start at7:3O from a tower on the Island and the (Courtesy of Mrs. Karl Wldmann dissolution of tho Island that ho recommended tho
p.m., Monday. Sept. 14. It Erosion Prevention District council deny tho petition.
will be taught by the Anna Boys Recover Two Lost City Seeks ChiefApp11Catlona was passed last week The matter never came to
Maria Island Flotilla 99. for the by the liradonton Beach a vote.
U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Boats And EquipmentTwo position of chief of policeIn City Council. Similar action Tho resignation of CarlM.
and will take placeat Anna Marla City will was taken by tho Olson an building Inspector -
the Manatee County large fishing skiffs of Sheriff Ken Gross of be accepted at the city Holmes Bosch Board of wan accepted
Chamber of Commerce were found submerged in their find and registration office until noon. Monday. Aldermen at an earlier "with regret." Olson la
Building at 222 lOth St. the Bay Monday morningby numbers on the craft Sept. 14. The new chief mooting. Both resolutionshave recovering from a recent
West. Bradenton. two Anna Maria boys. showed they belonged to will succeed Chief George been sent to tho coronary attack.
The course will be con- The Mike Murdockand II. E. of Pal-
boys. Thompson Jordan who Is retiring. Manatee County Commission. Prod DeCatur wan appointed
ducted experienced Rolfc Maxon. found metto, a commercial I to act an building
teachers. In addition to the two boats In shallow fisherman. New Kiwanis No action was taken on Inspector until Jan I.
the classroom work lectures water only a few feet from Thompson, who reportedthe Officers NominatedA tho request of several Walter 1\. Talloy. city
slides and movies the seawall about a block boats were lost or property owners to vacate attorney told council tho
there will be some "on- south of the Rod & Reel stolen from his dock in nominating commlttuo an alley which runs parallel final court hearing on the
the-water" training. In Pier. Palmetto I the previous of the Island Kiwanis Club
to the beach between suit by the city against
this every student will By dint of some hard night came to the Island last week announced the 23rd and :24thStreets.and the lessee of the city's
have an opportunity to put tugging, the boys pulledthe and towed them away witha candidates It had named between :24th and :23th. fishing pier' In scheduledfor
into practice the know- boats in against the large power boat. Little for officers and directors. Gordon Burghardt.owner Monday Sept. 28.
ledge gained in the class. seawall and tied them damage had been done to They arc: Col.Sidney G. of the In other action at the
This method was very and then unloaded the two the boats or equipment. Brown president; George Motel told the council ho meeting council voted
successful during the pre- large gill nets, a large Police Chief George F. Lou. first vice president; had purchased all but two To contribute $23O: toward
vious course, and Is storage battery oar, Jordan of Anna Marla and Leslie Jackson second lots In the :23rd to 24th the cost of Inland
expected to be very help- anchor and other gear in W. II. Adam of Holmes vice president: Herald J''. Street block and that the Day during theMarchDe-
ful and thoroughly enjoyedby the boats. Beach investigated the In- HIggins( secretary and two lots were badly I Soto Celebration.To .
the next class. They notified the office cident. Robert Pool treasurer. eroded. He said the alloy the next
Late arrivals will be -.... --"" ., --....- '---_ __ -J Candidates for the boardof postpone
which he called "Impas* meeting of the council
registered until Sept. 28. directors are Howard sable" prevents him from Oct. I to Oc e. 8.
More information can be Adams Ed llauman. Carl
from building .largo pool To approve and pay bills
had by calling 778-2O34. Keelcr. Douglas Gllmore. at his motel. totaling $483.Council .
Ed Bob Hoffman
Havcrkon. Mayor Henry Mounlor also discussed
C Of C Meeting
and Dave Boozor.The .
said he felt that there wan briefly the city's need for
A meeting of the Island twelfth birthday of
to be no benefit tothoclty erosion prevention work.
Division of the Manatee the club will be observed
County Chamber of Com- on Wednesday evening.
merce will be held at the Sept. 16. A dinner will be ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat served at the Holmes
8 p.m..Thursday.: Sept. Beach Yacht Club at 7t3O. w_ .mM/d 1
10. with a octal hour at bt30. T. .
A nominating cornmluee Wives and women jcuvntnof T..1 4',1..
"- ... H.....
will be appointed to name members are Invited to
candidates for directorsand attend the party and some Sept. I.-74 04 0O 09S 1M Eats
officers to be on theballot "very special entertainment .pc. 2--74 5rl2! 04 $4 None
at the election In has been promised fits" 3-7 07 01 04 M4 Ht
Noy mber. :sr-ii.. At the meeting of the .cpc.71 W7 70. ti9 ** .2

Division President BIB Mike Murdock and Rolfe Maxon of Anna Maria standing Club on Wednesday Sept stilt. a--77 *7 7V' 9O 54 Nan
Gcnung has asked that all In stern of one of two large fishing skiffs which 9. County Commissioner atpt IJ.-"I"'J "II Ta s'i 8.Hcrw'
member who" can attend they found submerged near the north end of the Island Mike Klrmmer wan to b4 **.(*. 7*.70 .in SO 0J aS H<
the meeting: do ao. Monday morn In*. ISLANDER PHOTO) the speaker.

2 THE ISLANDER Thursday. September 10.

Islander Editorials ense \JLvib . by THE EDITORAfter / :

Gimmicks And Attractions a slow start through June, July and August, r
the Florida "hurricane season" is now In full swing. ta
Competition for the,patronage of tourists from the With the last breezes of Cleo just about finished
North is very keen,among the counties of Florida, and ruffling the waters of the East Coast, Dora becomesa
particularly so' among the counties on either coast. threat, then an actuality. In fact, the hurricane
All permanent settlers in the Sunshine Statethosewho traffic is becoming so heavy it has been necessary to
came from other states--were tourists or stack them--In the same manner as planes seekingto
visitors to Florida before they became residents. land at a major airport. Before Dora is out of the
Most Manatee' County civic and business leaders area, Ethel Is on her way in,and Florence is spinningin
agree that the county--for a number of reasons on the Atlantic off the coast of Africa before headingwest. .
f. which not everyone agrees--has fallen behind in this .
competition, and has not been as successful in luring
tourists to the area as have its neighboring countiesto The subject of hurricanes leads quite naturally to REDONLETTERS.
the north and south. that of Civil Defense--and its budget for the next yearof
Leaders of those counties which have been more $2,500, which the majority bloc on the county
successful in attracting tourists, who subsequently commission saw fit to reduce recently from $8,450. September 3, 1964
became permanent settlers, overlooked no"area" of U you don't agree with the commission's action, the Dear Editor:
community life which could be improved in helping to logical place to protest it Is at the polls in November.One I purchased a lot from Key Royale Homes, Inc. in
make their new settlers feel welcome and at home. of the candidates for election is now one of that March of this year, with the idea of building my home
Those counties realized early in the game that one majority bloc which felt the CD budget had to be cut. there upon retirement. I was given a one-year's
such area often was neglected by other counties-- And, November is not very far away! subscription to your fine publication and have read It
politics. They also came to realize that a majorityof with a great deal of interest each week. Please accept
the families residentswere my congratulations upon the fine manner in which
sought as permanent For the past two years, the two county commission the
Republicans. The reasons they were sought as members who were In the minority party until the news is presented and upon the items of interest which
residents had nothing to do with politics, but for other untimely death of Chairman Earl Bibey. walled and are included in each issue.
which won't be commented My wife and I have particularly enjoyed the
reasons explored or upon moaned about "politics" each time the vote went pictures
here. shown which were taken many years ago. She and I
.' against them. And their wailings and moanings were
So, those successful counties, as a logical step in well reinforced by editorials in a daily paper in the were born and raised in Florida, and lived in Tampa
getting the families they wanted as settlers, even went area. Although the paper was not inflexible. When the until 1939 when my work with the Government
so far as to encourage the growth of an active two- commission voted on whether or not to endorse the resulted in my transfer out of the State. We have
party system, similar to the system to which the "Big City of Manatee" proposal, which the paper lived in many places and traveled extensively since
sought-after settlers were accustomed. And, so backed 24 hours a day Commissioner Mike Klemmer that time, but our hearts have always been in Florida.
successful was that growth, that the political picturein crossed party lines and voted against commission During the time we lived in Tampa we made many
both the counties in question has changed consider endorsement of the proposal. Then the paper took himto trips to Anna Maria during the twenties and thirties.
ably--In fact, has very nearly gotten out of hand task editorially for his failure to vote with his two to fish or spend our vacations,and the pictures shown
altogether.The Republican colleagues. And now, with Commissioners in your paper have brought back many fond memories.
county to the south Is now listed as the only McClure, Clark and Briggs handling the reins, no I am enclosing for your use, if you so desire a
Florida county having a majority of registered vote of the commission is ever without its political picture, which to the best of our recollection was
Republican voters. And the one to the north shows implications. In fact, Chairman McClure and Vice taken at the pier in Anna Maria in 1933 or 1934. It
increasing Republican strength--approaching a Chairman Clark have been heard to disagree publicly was a public pier, and there was a place at the end
majority--at each election. Therefore, It appears about whether or not some of their recent actions where bait, tackle, soft drinks, etc.. could be
Impossible to have one's political cake--the old were political, with McClure taking the negative,and purchased. The boat shown was owned by the Davis
one-party system--and eat It tool Clark the affirmative. brothers, and the brother who operated it was, I
Could the two-party system be the selling point Close observers look for a definite split betweenthe believe, named Bill Davis.
Manatee County has overlooked in striving so long commission chairman and vice chairman as the ---- --- .

and so hard to maintain its political status quo? result of their quiet but very real struggle for power.

A Selling Point . A

Factors: which have helped some Florida countiesto
lead others In the competition for tourists arc, in
many cases, merely gimmicks. In this category are r
the famous green benches of a nearby city and county. : E4
(Why name the city? Everyone knows it anyway, and
It alrnadv haw had too many free lutt 1&without (totting 1
any mure tram us.)
Those green benches have earned the city and county
In point thousands of free Items in the news and
editorial pages of papers throughout this country, as
well as In other countries. Almost unlimited publicity, Those on board,all relatives of mine, from the stern
and almost without coat! forward, were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop, my
Of course the mere fact of the publicity docs not brother-in-law and sister-in-law, now residing near
automatically bring the tourists. But it docs help to Tampa; Mallory B. Frier, my nephew who is now an
make the name of a city, county or area well known, attorney in Tampa; Margaret Anne Henderson our
subconsciously registering it in the minds of those daughter, now married and a resident of Fairport
who hear it or read It. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Frier, my wife's parents,
Manatee County HAS a few such gimmicks but both Florida natives and lifelong residents; my wife,
needs more. One such: publicity-getter located onlya sitting over the cabin, and George Henderson Mixsonof
couple of hundred feet from our office window Is Williston another nephew.
'ho much photographed old Anna Maria City Jail. It PUBLICITY GIMMICK After looking at many places in Florida and else-
was noticed but little until the former publisher of where, our choice of a retirement spot is at Holmes
this: paper suggested the sign which It now bears: "No CLEOor Beach, at exactly the spot where we bought our lot
Roof, No Doors, No Bars No Guests for Ym. 'N from Key Royale Homes. We believe that the
Yr s. TilE FOUR WINDS community is very progressive and will continue to
Although the sign Is not exactly according to the grow.
suggestion nor Is the part of the building on which it Like all the others of her Ilk, With best wishes for your continued success lam.
la painted the jail proper, nevertheless the little old She slithered in, as smooth as silk. Sincerely yours.
building probably Is the most photographed spot In And moved across a sunlit sky Charles W. HendersonAsst.
the county. It was the subject of a Saturday Evening That opened wide to let her by. Comptroller of Customs
Post article several years ago and within the past She was a sly deceptive shrew Baltimore 2, Maryland
two years The ISLANDER furnished pictures of Whose cruel erratic ways we knew
the jail plus Information about It, to several news- Too late when we had lost the hour EDITOR'S NOTE: We wish to thank Mr. Hendersonfor
paper columnists--at their rcqucat. And fallen victim to her power. his letter and use of his picture. As he no doubt
Another county publicity gimmick lathe old railroad Aa though avenging some vain cause. knows the Anna Maria City Pier has not changed
locomotive at the south end of the Green Bridge in She spewed her venom bared her claws very much in the 30 years since the picture was
Uradcnton. And the king-sized banyan tree growing And with relentless ruthless wrath taken and is still widely used by the fishermen of the
in the middle of a street in the eastern part of the She cut a devastating path area. Capt. Bill Davia Is still taking out charter fish
city. Through peace and beauty aa she smiled ing parties but with another boat.
And, even though a city or a county has a well- And left them ravished and defiled.
stocked closet of such publicity gimmicks it alao
needs what public relations and chamber of commerce Her name was Clco and they say The Islander
people call "major attractions." That though she died far far away A. I. .p.. ..r W.kly pwbllsk every Tkwr4.ray
Major attractions, to give a few examplca. include From Florida in some vague place THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
such features as Silver Springs Cypress Gardens And paaaed unmourned in her disgrace
Warm Mineral Springs and other apcctaculara of When whitecaps rise In foaming fleece 314 Pl.. AV.M.. AMM M". Islwa1. F1.riJ. .,

nature which have been aided: and abetted by the And night birds cry and winds increase EDITOR _........_ STEVE K1MBAU
liberal use of dollars and publicity. Her ghoat may still be heard or seen. ADVEftT&NG MANAGER AftGE K1MBAU
Other bona fide major attraction arc entirely manmade With Diane Donna and Arlene MAIL ADDRESS: P. 0. Do 737.Anna Maria Florid
from scratch auch aa the Rlngllng Museum tier sisters walking hand in hand TELEPHONES 77S-2O21.
Busch Gardens Horna Cars of Yesterday and a hoat Along a stretch of golden aand.
of others. Hearing the echo of the breeze SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. S.. 13.3OSr
%2 for a.. monciM. Canada
. On the current agenda of things which need doing in That whispers "I remember these, year ADVERTISING RATES
Manatee County Is a propoaal to make llradenton'a And seeking what ahe'll never findA SI per per column ysar. Inch. Dtacounc of ten :a::t ._..
South Florida Museum a major attraction for the area. place of rest and peace of mind. percent for ticone. Much of the preliminary work planning and fundraising If paid by tenth of following moncte. ,
have already been done by publicspiritedcitizcna -Maurine C. Dupuy National or.CeftC7p1xedw..n1aiftL 4b-.
but the project still needs that laat hard SI.26 per column Inch.
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boost it the Leta Hurricane Cleo. Aug. 26, 19o4)EDITOR'S
to get over top. get behind it. and CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.Entered .
do whatever la needed.At .
the same time I.:,'.prepare plan for a gallows, NOTE: The above poem waa aa Act Second of March Class 3.matter 179.cowrrrs .underUke
on which to "honor" the first PR expert who refers written by a friend of tr.. Sophie Caro-
to the muaeum aa being elsewhere than in Dradenton thera. Bradcnton Beach City Clerk who MANAna ONLY NOlt1 OsMD.. SPAN.Page .
or Manatee County. turned it over to The ISLANDER.


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September 10. 1964 Tiff is.I ANDF Page 3 :

MJC Non-Credit Evening CoursesThree .. .. w..lttlq. :

a _. ..2: .
non-credit evening classes designed to serve s..4I.y. ,<<
business-minded individuals will start at Manatee c
Junior College. Sept. 10. 15 and 16. according to Dr.
William Stallard. director of the evening program at y WFBB'SIsland
the college.
Offered for the first time at MJC is a course in .
advertising taught on Thursday evenings by Robert
Richardson advertising manager of the Bradenton Pharmacy
Herald. Advertising through newspaper media will be 59O4 Marino Drive
the main emphasis of the course. Radio and televisionand (
other media will be dealt with according to the ntJ.1 11..HIt. 778-2075 t
1 r"R desires of class members. .. o. we o). rim.iMtut
Instruction will include merchandising copy writing -
layout and engraving and public relations.Mr. .
Richardson has had 20 years' experience In
newspaper advertising. His career began with
in-service training under the Armed Forces Institute.He .
is an old hand at teaching specialized courses in FLOWER OF THE NIGIIT
advertising for newspaper personnel.
Persons Interested In finance--as whoisnt--may This loveliest flower of the night FREE DELIVERY
learn about stocks and bonds municipal bonds and Like an enchanting alabaster lady
underwriting financial statements and the New York EXQUIsite in the splendor of moonlight, '' .
Stock Exchange In Girard Campbell's course in Lies caressed' in soft ebony darkness REGISTERED ;
Investments. Tactics involved in the wise buying and Glowing out (from its deep exotic world" PHARMACISTSON
selling Qf securities will be the major concern of this Of delicate fringe yellow ivory uncurled
., Wednesday evening course which starts Sept. 16. Petals radiate brilliant flames ablaze. DUTY
Mr. Campbell is a graduate in business and law Whispering ecstasies of tropical I passion
from the University of Georgia and Is now directorof AT ALL TIMES
Too toon lost in bright morning rays.Slew .
11 the Bradenton branch of Goodbody and Co.
- dcWolf
Other non-credit evening courses to be offered at THURSDAYFRIDAY
MJC are: (Monday) Invitation to Literature College
enjoy the educational offered the
typify opportunity by
1 Community Choral Union; Conversational Spanish for
Beginners and Florida Gardening. college level non-credit program at Manatee Junior SATURDAY
College. Superior teaching and Interested students
(Tuesday) Ceramics Conversational French
combine to make for effective Active ONLY
learning. participation -
Portrait Drawing; Secretaries Workshop The Space
by the students In clasH discussions Is
(Wednesday)Community Concert Band; Oil Painting; encouraged.MJC UDICO
General Art; Conversational Spanish(Advanced),and han an excellent library containing more than
Developmental Reading. 15,000 volumes plus an unusually largecollcctionof Dec. Can Opener&
and provides an for unlimited
(Thursday)Conversational Russian;Marine Biology maps opportunity
Epic of Florida and Orchestra. ; reading of modern books and professional,periodicals. Knee Sharpener

Registration for any of the above courses may be REG
i completed at the college through the first night of tm' FOODLINERQuality $15.000.95
classes (Sept. 10-16)), or by mail. Application cards
may be obtained by calling 755-1511. The fee for any 100
of the non-credit courses is $10. and must accompanythe & Variety Bayer Aspirin
ISLANDER PHOTOSBy application. Classes will begin Sept. 10 and end
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TIlE ISLANDER Thursday, September 10. 1964

Page_4BowlirigiLeagues All About People...

QQ. tiiL I1r The Green Tree Frog THE ROCKETTES GULF TO YMOTEL:l\fr.and
Mrs. Joe Love and Mr. and Mrs. David Weed of Avon
During Florida's early spring and with the comingof Park. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Canalt of Lakeland and
Vli the first warm damp weather come the mating family. . Louis Allbritton of Zolfo Springs. .. AlbertJ.
1 i 1 calls of thousands of tiny green tree frogs congre- Charles of Quincy Mas.s. . Mr. and Mrs. John T.
gated In the swamps and streams fields and groves. Parks of Miami. .Mr. and Mrs. Dale Akins of Webster -
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE The voice of the emer- and family. . Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison of
Anna Maria City Pier took all four ald colored frog Is like a St. Petersburg. .. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Leer of
point.Service In as lie the match Inland with Mixed Connlck League TV minute nasal bell and the Orlando. . Mr. and Mrs. James Roy Carter of Lakeland -
opened /ta _..on Friday evening frog may "ring out" as and family. . Miss Linda Murphy Miss Marlene
Miller.Cortex Lane.173-..High.. and ecoree Dick were Connlck.Lefty often as 70 times each Murphy Miss Jan Bowser and Miss Mary Smith all
187-431. minute. From March until of Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs. Bayer Pepper of Lake-
Team Other//M-l.ecoree: (Ernie werej Schmidt.Sand Bar 221.3. early October his breed- land. .Mr. and Mrs. John Warren and Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Arfcebauer. 33O; Bob Relnel. rte y ing calls will be heard. Paul Scott of Bartow.
202-31IK: When his love life is MR. AND MRS. LEWIS C. BRICKER
Bayou Marina 3. Island Furniture ,,. plan to leave
Center 1. (Jo Safford..177-486 Wallace .' finished at least temporarily for Dallas Texas on Saturday to attend the American
Dick Warner.Wagner 2O3-337)Realty 3. Island Phar- .4 the tree frog Legion National Convention. Mr. Bricker a past
macy I.(.Bud 149-438)Hottm.n.I 188-483 FrankDavidaon. t feeling hunger seeks outa commander of the Michigan American Legion organization -
B It K Hardware 3. Linen Rental Service meal of insects. has been invited by the National Security
1. (Dot Bower.. 221-487 ChickChapman. / Often in spring and summer Commission of the Legion to a three-day brief ing and
Wand Marine Supply 2. Schuchard 0 hosts of flying bugs observation of missile sites at Fort Bliss White
Plumbing 2.PrankMoc.203-S3ORay. are attracted at night to the brightly lit windows of Sands and Carswell. before the convention sessions.
Schuchard. 190-493). . country homes. With the insects comes the green This trip will afford the group an opportunity to see
LEAGUE STANDINGS tree frog who lands smack up against your window firings of Nike-Hercules. Hawk and Nike-Ajax missiles -
Anna Bayou Maria Marina City Pier 3 4 pane and sits, apparently defying gravity as his and to see the underground Civil Defense
Dick Wagner Realty 3 suction-cup equipped feet stick to the glass. A control center at Denton Texas.
B Sand 8 K Bar Hardware 3 search around the outside of a house at night MRS. D. C. ADAMS of Anna Maria celebrated her
Schuchard Plumbing 2Uland will often reveal a number of these little amphI- 90th birthday Saturday at a family party. Those who
Marine Supply 2 From The ISLANDER of
Island Furniture Center I bians perched on a window under an eave. or attended the party were Mrs. Adams' son and
Linen Rental Service; 1 ten years ago.Miss Carol the wall.
clinging to daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams; their
Team UlandPharmacy 4 1Connick. 1 Wright. "Miss Anna Maria The single most distinguishing characteristic of daughter Alicia their son and daughter-in-law Mr.
'. TV Service 0 1954" In a contest the green tree frog is the white or yellowish and Mrs. John Adams of Staten Island N. Y., and
HIGH-GAMES- (WOMEN- ) which was part of the stripe along his sides. The stripe usually startsat another son and daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs.James
D. Bower 221 celebration on the IslandIn the frog s nose and goes the whole length of Adams of Anna Maria and their infant daughter.
B. Schmidt 193 honor of the of
D. Warner 182 opening his body though in some individual specimensit Among Mrs. Adams gifts were 90 red roses from
J.Safford 177 the Skyway Bridge. may be shorter and in others it will be longeron her son and grandsons and an arrangement of vari-
J..SaffordK. Ferguson 169 166 one side that on the other. The young of some colored asters from her home demonstration club.
P.Hoctman 163 B. AdaIr 202 of the other members of the tree frog family are She also received a number of pitchers to add to her
B.. CarterP. Chapman 161 160 W.R.Schuchard Warner 192 190 often emerald in color but only the true green extensive collection which now numbers more than

P.Hottraan e 159 B.Hottman . 188 tree frog has the white stripe.In 1200.
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN' ) HIGH SERIES(MEN) the wild away from the insect beacons of COL. AND MRS. JAMES COCHRAN of Key Royale
D. Bower 487 W. Warner 537 window lights this frog can be found in almost have returned home after an extended trip to Europe,
J.Schmidt Safford 45745O 486 B.P. Moe Adair' 536 530 any habitat with enough water and dampness to during which they motored several thousand miles
M. Parks B.Arkebauer 330 keep him comfortable. He will most commonly be from northern France to Yugoslavia and return.
J.P.LoClcero Hottman 432 436 B.B. Schmidt Retnel 311 5O6 found in swamps on vegetation in lakes or on MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. DRISCOLL of St. Paul
D. Warner 43O C. Bower 5O4 the edges of streams and canals. In damp weather are expected to return to the Island soon to occupy
K. Ferguson 429 R.Schuchard 493 especially he can be found in shrubbery close to Holmes Beach for
P.Geyer 426P. L. Miller. 484 their home at 113 White Avenue
.Chapman. 420 B.Hottman . 483 the ground or in low palmetto clumps. the fall and winter.
HIGH GAMES(MEN. ) THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE Often tree frogs will find their way into a home MR. AND MRS. A. STANTON BURNHAM are to
B.Schmidt 221 Team 14 Connlck's TV or get trapped inside a jalousie. There are too arrive on the Island soon from Wolfeboro N. H.,
C.P. Moc Bower 203 210 Schuchard A.M. City Pier leland Pharmacy Sand Bar few insects and the air is usually too dry inside where they have vacationed for several months at
B.Arkebeuer 203 lalaad Furniture leland Marine. the average home to support the frog for long and their summer home. They will occupy their new homeon
W. Warner 203 Dick Wagner. Linen Rental he will soon die of starvation and dehydration. Spruce Avenue. Anna Maria.
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more about peopleMERRIMAC T Guild-Farrell WeddingMrs. c;

ON THE GULF: Dr. and Mre.W.L. Howard of Wau- Barbara Farrell and Robert C. Guild were C
chula and children...Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevenson of Brandon and married at Roser Memorial Community Church at (
children...Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jump and daughter Vicky and Mr. 6 o'clock Friday evening.Sept. the Rev. RichardK.
and Mrs. C. J. Meehan and daughter Mary Ann. all of Tampa...
Wiggins. The bride is the daughter of Mr and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pinkley and family and Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Gibson all of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Elmore of Mrs. Walter Phillips of Council Bluffs. Iowa and the
Riverview.TRIPPS. groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Guild of
COURT:Mr. and Mrs. T.E.Richardson of Wauchula... Bradenton Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Blount of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs. L. D. Friend t
Mrs. Robert DeVane of Bradenton Beach sister of
of San Diego. Calif., and son Page visiting Mrs. Friend's parents. V
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tripp. owners of Tripp's Court...Mrs. Wal- the groom was matron of honor and Russell Guild
ter Edwards of New Haven. Conn.. Mrs. Tripp's sister. was his son's best man. (
ROD & REEL MOTEL,: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernaldo and family A family reception and dinner at the Holmes Beach
Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond Gomez and daughter Catherine; Mr. and <<
Yacht Club followed the After a short
Mrs. A. Leon Jr. and family; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Galllner and ceremony.
family; Mr. and Mrs. A.C.Frlnk ST.;Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cause wedding trip the couple will be at home at 720 North
and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Plttwood. all of Tampa...Mr. and Shore Drive Anna Maria.
Mrs. R. C. Johnston Bradley..Orville L.Stuggsof Gainesville. MISS SHARON POKRIEFKA.a niece of Mr.and Mrs.
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.G.E. Hawkins of Cincinnati.: ..
Kenneth Tout of 69th Street Holmes Beach has beena
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Goff of Plant City on their honeymoon...Mr.
and Mrs. B. Vogler of Bartow. and family...Mr. and Mrs. James MR. AND MRS. ROBERT C. GUILD (ISLANDER PHOTO) guest of the Touts for the past week. Miss Pokricfka
Parker and Mr. and Mrs.John Parker of Bowling Green..Mr. and lives in Detroit and is a senior at Denby High School
Mrs. Paul Christensen of Orlando and 'amUy...Mr and Mrs. DAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs.John Dohertyof there.
Robert E.Smith of Lockhart...Mr.and Mrs.W.I. Sanders of Mul-
and children. MRS. STEPHEN ALEX of Holmes Beach and Mrs.
berry..Mr. and Mrs. I. Ismail of New York City and son. Tampa
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William Cralitne of BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. N. Vera Gritznachcr of Bradenton returned home last
Tampa and family...Mr. and Mrs.E.J.ShawMr.and Mrs. J. T. Glenn Allen of Bradenton.. .Mr. and Mrs. II. G. week from a trip to Illinois. While there,they attendeda
Ware and Mr. and Mra. J. M. C. Burnett all of Lakeland...Mr. Oliver of Lakeland and daughters Billie Ann and reception in Evanston for a niece of Mrs. Gritznachcr ,
and Mrs. T. R. Andrew.. and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Evans all of
Mulberry...Miss Beverly K. York and Miss Pat Drawdy of Wau- Peggy Sue and Cheryl and Verna Kayze. . Mr. and Sister Maria Concilla of the Dominican '
chula...Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barnes of Leesburg...George H. Mrs. Paul A.Ryan of St. Petersburg and sons Warren Order who teaches at Jackson Mich. They also
Reis of Miami and family...Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jovl of Alta- and Michael. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathls and Mr. visited friends and relatives in Monmouth Ill. and
monte Springs and family. and Mrs. Gerald Walker of Mulberry. in St. Paul.
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hewett and
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hewett of Mulberry. WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Eric MR. AND MRS. BILL BRITT of Anna Maria have
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monroe of Grubb of Hudson Ohio...t-otr. and Mrs. Edward announced the birth of a son, William Anderson
Akron. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tedrick of Marengo. Ohio. Herrschaft of Palmetto. Britt Jr., their first child. He was born at Manatee
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Loftin and family; BEARD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs.Jesse Albritton Jr. Memorial I I Hospital Wednesday Sept. 2. Grand-
Miss Patsy Smith and Mrs. Madison all of Lakeland...Mr. and
Mrs. Lowell Flshman of New York City...Mrs.Anna Van Broeck- of Gibsonton. parents arc Mrs. Georgia Britt of Anna Maria and
hoven of Bradenton. BIMINI BAY: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mann of Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larson of Fort Lauderdale.
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs.W.0.Byers of Temple Terrace MR. AND MRS. BOB TAYLOR of Bay Boulevard
and da-.hter..Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rawlinson of Lake Wales... tow.TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brcme of Anna Maria returned home last week from a month'smotor
Mrs. Mary Marsh and Miss Ketcham Longboat Key...Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Herbert of Los Gatos. Calif...Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wauchula. .Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Robbinson of May- trip to New England during which they visited
Rhodes of Lake Wales. and son. wood 111. .Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sullivan of friends and family at Nlantlc Conn., Wakcf leld. Mass
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Williams of Lakeland.. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reynolds of Tampa and Manchester N. H.
Lakeland and party...Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bell of Dade City... and CARL of 111
famUy.. Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson of New Port M. OLSEN Third St. South. Bradenton
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green Jr. of Wauchula. and family..Mrs.Olivia .
Shaw and Mrs. Day Houston of Tampa...Mr.and Mrs. N.J. Richey. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Summerhayes of Beach has returned home after spending several
Wautelet of Danville DI...Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sylvester of Mt. Vernon Ohio.. .Mr. and 'rs.James Kipperber- weeks at Manatee Memorial Hospital while recover-
Ellenton...Mrs. C. W. Roberson of Bartow. and party...Mr. and ger of Lakeland. .Mr. and Mrs.James E.Shcfsctt of ing from a coronary attack.
Mrs. A. Luther of Tampa and family...Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hoke Orlando. .. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Weitkamp of Clear- MISS GERALDINE LOWE daughter of the Rev.and
and Mr. and Mrs. D. Ruble of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Timmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack Read of Wauchula... water. Mr. and Mrs. B. Carbolfeld of Sheldon Wis. Mrs. Gerald K. Lowe of Holmes Beach has enteredthe
Mr. and Mrs. William C. McCandler of Lakeland.Mrr. W. G. . .Mr. and Mrs. K. E. beagle of Devil's Elbow Mo. junior class at Florida State University. Miss
Tyson of Parrish and party...Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Conigllo of .. Louise C. Boggs of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. E. Lowe graduated with honors from Manatee Junior
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Hill Blackman of Wauchula. Hall of Philadelphia. College in June.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banf leld of
Gretna...Mr. and Mrs. Russell Romano of Morriaville.Pa...Mr. PLAYA ENCANTADA:Miss Silvia Ramos of Tampa, Word wan received this week of the death on Saturday -
and Mrs. Jess MacDonald of Bradenton...Dr. M. M. Gibson of and party.. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Valdes of Tampa Aug. 22, of Mrs. Lena Meyer, 92. of Maywood
Washington. D. C..and family...Mr. and Mrs.Bernard Phillips of and party. .. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Clmlno Jr.of Tampa. 111., mother of Mayor Harvey G.Meyer of Anna Maria.
Milwaukee..Mr. and Mrs.J.Conway of Glbsonton...Mr.and Mra. CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuart of Besides her son, Mrs. Meyer In survived by four
L. Conklln of Bradenton...Mr. and Mrs. L. C.Shirley of Port
Meade. and family...Mr.and Mrs.Henry P.Brown at Bradenton... Tampa and party. ..Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Wilson of daughters; eight grandchildren; 19 great-grandchll-
Mr. and Mrs. Darnell Wllllama of Glbsonton. and family. Nashville Tenn., and sons. dron, and one great-great-grandchild.

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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday September 10. 1964


CHURCHESST. (Continued from Page 1) 81. of 2916 Avenue E,
TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Dora. Gusty winds up to Holmes Beach died at a The Island High Twelve Members of St. Anne
BERNARD MISSION FOR MANATEE COUNTY. FLORIDA local hospital. Wednes- Club will hold its regular Circle of the St. Bernard
CHANCERY NO.12O9Q. X-9I7 40 mph were predicted
(CATHOLIC) MARIAN ROBBINS KIEHL.Plalnclff. with only light rain and day. Sept. 9. She was bornin weekly luncheon meetingat Guild will conduct a bake
.....U..1f the Holmes Beach Yacht sale near the officeat
. R.". Frencia F. -"." no high water. Dora had Scranton. Pa., and post
MASS MARVIN B.KIEHL altered her course once moved to this area from Club at noon, Thursday. the Island Shopping
: Defendant Sept. 10.Speaker. Center In Holmes Beach
that In 1946. She wasa
at the meeting at 9 a.m., Saturday. Sept.
WEEKDAYS 8 am Caution won the day at member of the Episco-
: THE NAME OP THE STATE OP Church. will be the Rev. Lester M. 12. The sale will be under
8 & 6 the school administrationheadquarters. pal
Utz of Gloria Del Lutheran the of Mrs.
BENEDICTION : MARVIN E. KIEHL and by the She Is survived by two chairmanship
ROSARY & : Hqe.502d Military: Intelligence Bn Mrs. Elizabeth Church who will tell abouta Stanley Routh of Bradenton -
5 weather daughters
time the a.m.
recent trip to Europe. Beach.
San Francisco.: California broadcast was received Brown, Greeley Pa., and
Horvwy Memorial ChulfchNon.D.nomlnational IT IS HEREBY ORDERED thai :you the decision had been Mrs. Catherine Snead of
do appear and fUe and serve your
( ) Answer or other written defense to made and all the schoolsIn Holmes Beach.
Bradenten Beach the worn Amended Complaint for the county were closed Funeral services will be iJi
Divorce filed herein agalnac you and
n.". A. W. Slmms that you mo appear and file your Wednesday. held at Griffith-Cline Island < dn.a.di1

SUNDAY; Answer or other written defenses Many Island residents Chapel at 10 a.m.,
with the Clerk of Circuit Court In
JtO:, am Sunday School and for Manatee County Florida, at although showing the lackof Saturday Sept. 12. with
the Court"au..t Bradenton.Florida sleep were tuned in for the Rev. Gerald K. Lowe
on or before the 24th day of September
Christie Sclonco Service A.D.. 1964. and that you also serve a news of Hurricanes Ethel rector of the Episcopal t.S ,

A. M. Community: Mouse copy defense of your on Answer Plaintiffs or other attorney.written and Florence. Church of The Annunciation -

officiating. Crema-
JAMES M. WALLACE.who.eaddressIs
SUNDAY: Post Office Bo 1889 (nO 12th St. Episcopal Church tion will follow.
9:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN W.) Dradenion Florida, and this you
will nut omit lest the matters and School Resumes
SCIENCE !SERVICE. things, set forth and aliened In said Master Craftsmen Make These Superb

Complaint will be taken as confessedby The Church School at the
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH you and upon the pain of. having adeereu Cigars Of Finest Havana And
Episcopal Church of The
R... Lee RetUII.. Po.tor pro confeano entered againstyou.
Annunciation in Holmes
THURSDAY: WITNESS; my hand and official seal Imported Leaf
7:30 Sarah Parker WMU this 17th day uf August A.I).. 1964. Beach has started again
pm (CIRCUIT M. T. MciNNIS. for the winter. It is held S y Box of 25
Circle COURT Clerk of Circuit Court 'M!r a Nwe
FRIDAY SEAL: Manatee County. Florida each Sunday at lO:30a.m. Its a S 6A CORONAS. 5 in. long. Medium Thick.............$ 6.25

: liy Maine: Snyder at the same time as the 6B CORONA MAGNA 6 In. long. Thick.............$ 7.75
7:30 Finance Comm. Deputy ClerkJAMBS
: M. WALLACEAttorney Family Eucharist and 6C PANETELAS. 6 In. long. Slim..................... S 6.25

SUNDAY: for Plaintiff sermon. 6D PALMAS 6 in. long. Medium Thick...............$ 7.45
School 42O- 12th St. West
8:45 am Sunday Hradenton. Florida' 6E ELEGANTES 7 In. long. Slim..................... $ 7.45

10:00 am Worship Service B-2O k 27; 9-3 t 10.64INVITATION HAVE YOU NOTICED. . 6F MAGNIFICOS 7 In. long. Thick................... $10.50

5:30 pm Concord Choir that the ISLAND'S MOST Y f 6C CHURCH ILL 5. 7 In. long Suporthlck........... $13.50
Sealed bids for approximately 625 PACKED IN CEDAR BOXES
7:30 Youth Fellowship . ? ;
pm linear feet 24-Inch concrete drainpipe Claro
Choice of Wrappers Havana ( )
TUESDAY will be accepted by the City of ADVERTISE IN THE
: Anna Maria. Florida, at the City English Market (Medium Clara)
7:00 pm Church Choir Office on Pine Avenue, until noon. ISLANDER? (Islander Photo) Ambrosia (Dark)
WEDNESDAY: Monday. Sept. 14. 1964.
No ditching or lining required.
9:30 am Ruth Jones WMU The city reserves the right to accept Order Direct From Factory
ltlLaMe ie. elLIK4de
Circle or reject any or all bid..
Prances V. Maxon
7:00 pm R. A. .G. A. City Clerk BUILDING & MASONRY Cubano Cigar Co. Inc.

Sunbeams Applications are being accepted for CONTRACTINGAnna
7:00 pm Prayer Meeting the position of Chief Police of the I
of Florida.Employment TAMPA FLORIDA
City Anna Maria. Maria 778-2557 BOX 5505 ,
will begin sometime
.. Memorial ChwrcK
A. during the month September therefore
(...M-Da*_..lf..tla, ...l) applications must be at the city
".". "Icll.r" K. Wiaelne office not later than noon, Monday.
P..l.tTHURSDAY Sept. 14. 1964. Ride The Island Bus
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3:30 pm Roser Choristers BRADENYOM DAILY I
pm Thor. will be a budget hearing toadopt EXCEPT SUNDAY

7:30 pm Senior Choir at I. Anna the....r.1904-6S.. Florida budget, following for the City lb.regular 454)OSMI..,. M......! Trip

SUNDAY: meeting of the Board of ,

I. .. *\ooo 9:00 am mm Worship Bunoay' feettoo Service,. Comml..lona.\aM--"at the Community .I ANNA MA11A'ELtCTIICLicensed : ..... _. .r .. trwnMrlssM.._, ___ .. ..-_._ __ .__J .

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7:30 pm Church Council -
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Leaver M. U'.. ......* tie!.. c......,. M Per. c--.r

THURSDAY =.Ce tyrn.t1, ;"oe:..M.Y. Ilaaa.r Ts..s, 34D3,

10:00 am Ruth Circle. IB&r.JK M.o.t..No Hood'sMilk Mow the. old set into the kids' room or den for added HARMONYIN 1

Church Women. ca... .. A..a THK HOME.There's .
Lutheran: ...... ....... ...ubIWI -
at Patronage 74th St. ........ ........ t.-eti a.. no TV like today's superb Color TV. IViorw. start lower
& .......tai.... ...... Yweattr. . ......
1:00 pm' Esther Circle p aaes Mss ....... than ever now . and it costs you leva to enjoy. Because the regent

at Parsonage. Mrs. Utx .->>-,. S1O million rate reduction now makes the average price paid perrrtlidential

I hostess for both circles ...- sd .........wua rJ itVw .... kilowatt hour 31% LESS than it waa 10 yean ago.

7:30 pm Christian Education ee Yew.......-- Cat_-A.ytr.eMA.ytw.U4APPEtl. .-.-. Tn.I .
.' Comm.: at church

I SUNDAY law From Your -7' poi 12z )ass.flancelets i&&Z", ?

9:15 am Church School wl.. 4 ...... I A....
Introduction of CWt CALL BOA YuasaiiM .... et.p.. ree ....,

literature and Promotion of ....... Ntirar. FRIENDLYROUTE F.,M. ..... .. ....,............-l rw,sv IIw M.gte.3 .
War. et.PS f Le.Istmul ..
0 Youth nin. ctfru. rti MAN AJlIFJlIt. _. crew N..F.C.Jr TV SEE >TXKFL9RIIA DEALZR.of .

10:30 am Morning Worship her V7b.D>I1 ee Pi...It

: Sermon "In Contemplation

of Our Task"
ATTEND Newse4 swiesUe ... .......
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THE CHURCH ...-....... ....".... 4V
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Thursday.. September 1O, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7


Are You Looking? '_ '",".40- ..,- 1 '

George Wagner REALTYISLAND "\ ,

PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc. .
c...E.w.CJft.r. A.0. .k.. AU.." Pik.. A...ciat. I

Looking For A Business 4 4F'Bay


Write or Talk to US
Home at 612 Day Boulevard North.Anna Maria which front home in Dradenton Beach purchased last
About Our Exclusive ListingsFOR was purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. John T. week by Herbert K. Housewcrc of Dradenton Beach
Hicks of Tampa from Mr.and Mrs. Earle turdock of from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons of East Green-
SEASONAL RENTALS. WRITE US EARLY Anna Maria. Transaction was negotiated by Ralph bush N. Y. Sale was made by Clarence V. "Dud"
DICK WAGNER, Realty Parrish and Peggy Moore of Parrish Realty Anna Hottman, associated with Dick Wagner Realty of
Phone Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Dradenton Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
778-2663 .


Choose Your Home in a LARGE LOT with 550 ft of Seawallvx

Protected Areaat Protected Harbor with BOAT SLIP
PRICE? Here 'tis--A lovely new home on Key PLUS WIDE OPEN VIE
Royale with three bedrooms and two baths. OF TAMPA BAY
Canal at rear. Reduced below cost to 19400.
1 ,ell Priced Very Reasonable Terms

Bay Front HomeA

This Season's dandy two bedroom home with guest room OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778-1333

and double garage. Lovely grounds and nice SISLER I t. DUDLEY. Brh...S..U....f*-77S2IM
view.Owner moving. Will sacrifice at$12.OOO.

Gulf Front Tract
Are Nearing Completion
THREE LOTS with 100 feet of Frontage from LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT HOMEOn
MODELS Gulf to Highway. Priced well under market at
$13,500.Here's .
beautiful Sarasota Bay. AccoHHible by
OPEN FOR INSPECTION a Buy land, sea and air. Just three blocks from the
Holmes Beach Shopping Center. This homo IH

JACK HOLMES 75-foot wide GULF FRONT LOT. You CAN'T in a quiet neighborhood of high-priced homes
BEAT this at only $8.50Ot Excellent Terms. on a dead end street. The lot Is on a point of
land which extends intoSarasota Bay affording
REALTOR a magnlflclcnt panoramic seascape of the main
JACK MARSHALL RealtorM span of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge across

[6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 &M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria Tampa Bay.

Thin modern horns in of masonry connl ruction
THREE GOOD UUYSI Its grand living space of 173O sq. ft.contains
3 bedrooms 2-1/2 baths,a large living room.
Large canal lot in Lake dining area and all-electric kitchen with a
LflRCHIUOflT L DEVELOPmEnT[ CORPOflflTIOfl LaViHta for ONLY huge Florida room. In addition there IM a
2750. GOOD TERMS. separate laundry double garage and a
screened Patio which overlooks the water.

74 7x..19. 3 Furnished Cottage
RIGHT ON THE GULF This desirable property has 25O feet of seawalland
Presents ?t.A ...., TOTAL PRICE: ONLY protected boat basin. Proven rcdfUh hole
- 13500. MAKE YOUR Just off the cawatl. This fine property .Is
OWN TERMS! priced at $30,800. A 5-1/2% loan of nearly
$24.000 can be as.umed. For further dotalU.
a' NA T.. NICE CU HOME WITH call or write Col. I'. A. Chllson at:
',>f;. .. 2 Bedroom; Sleeping
: .. Porch 2 Baths
; ; Fully KING ieealbf
corner lot with view 01
water. ONLY SI3.7OO 5125 Manatee Ave., W.

FOR LIMITED TIME. Bradenton. Florida

.O.PUs.,AJM*.M.rU PHONE 746-1121 Home 746.7595
GULF DRIVE 778-9O2 ., 778-2121

-...-..,.i.41.HOLMES --.-.., The CHALETKEY
model home on Baronet Lane I. now
for sale for immediate occupancy to
make way for the 1965 Model, Homes.Ic .
has 3 bedroom. Florida room.
breakfast nook 2 bath.,
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION central heat and air-conditioning. On CALL 778-1917
.t, well-located lOOx 115 Waterfront Lot.

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For Information Contact Robert S. Cabl., ALL MODELS OPEN DAILY

Sales Manager Phone 7781611 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. M

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t Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, September 10, 1964


! fBJc9JJ LARGE Potted Permanent Plants
Coming . g.UIIMI
tutL ,
i r ptrit I+e. :25% OFF


) ,u'1L CLOSEOUTon 1 riajre t

: Unpainted Furniture x
tin5s j
. p COLOR TVSpecial Dressers..

8 Odd Pieces..
70% OFF

"WORLD A wo dddk During September
Ideal for that much needed t1
SERIES Septal2th' .I 1. D.gtxA..w
9%&13thttRZ'g4 e-x-t-r-a d-r-a-w-e-r s-p-a-c-e
OF e/
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GOLF"You will be welcome to CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m. Clearance Sale !H!!

( you don't have one of your own)
'Back To!! School Suggestions REDUCED
t Filler Paper-Long( Count) 1f4-1/3-1/2
and Pete Reynard's Yacht Club
Note b 00 ks-Pe ncil s-Pe ns-
AN EARLY CALL WILL ASSURE YOU SocksUnderwearShirtsU.S. i Swufc SuU4'Z'te
Keds For Boys & Girls 4e6
ISLAND TV 778-1703

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. ISLAND VARIETY STORE 778-1021 ltnt4e4sdtlu

\STpp w s



\; VOTE-WINNING SCHOOL'SOPEN Away. % 778.1161 Phone

Plan r-

7 .._ ,
! itc soar: -I.J4 I.n'Wonn.lf
VALUESIMted s. .
Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

t ( tone only) CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE

From the rockbound coast of Maine to the sunny slopes of Drive Care fullyACCIMMT

California, you've never seen such moneysaving specials.
i E XGi] !]

iVE OVER 20 F ORHIROJe.AVF 20" 7 A.M.-9 P.M.


o $S OH $598- a1h !?h SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
NOW ....
ONLY $6980 ""- ..-7.:J6
$.I.79J Your LINEN RENTAL 778-1472
1 .. .;;-;;:
i -"'-..........""- .$2...0 Agent goes ON VACATIONOffice
..." ..:::---...''- ..ALLOurYOU
J .. FOR Open 9-12 Weekdays
0..... -=
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WALLHIDER ROLLER YOUR Holmes Peach One-Stop Shopping CenterSpecial
A TRAY SAVE OVER Sun-Proof er Brush CAR. HOME; ]

FREE! 30% FREE! ,.,....-.1.,.. PERSONALBUSINESS..
u, .ttr.lcr .I w1rw....La...w...P. Guckonhoimer Blend 5th $3.34
;:1r1; ;;;f. Plastic OfOy S1.M with 1 C- 3 for $9.6OFleishmann's
DrIll ... SEE
11.11 N .. ... .cIaase tUiIIIII...Ie
$-1 a. CtothariPainting ." Vodka 5th $3.09 but ..
t1 Y '- .... .- 3 for $9.00
2.h :=r:.. (
Glove 0.- J3ay.lreagnsurance - - - - -
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BELLOWS GIN Sth 33.49..3 lot
1 JO.00
i1lli11 ;::::::.'.= DIllY 231a 7w hoo.....-.-...-.
W I. .. Mw c./ha. i .....-..-m-M.. .. TVARSKI VODKA Sth 32.99..3 fof J 8.90
ahiC M ,. r. CILBEYS GIN Sth S3.69......3 for S10.SO
.ia..u h.
r.....+ tw 1. L.r..u .1JA..a..w.. ....... ::.:: :::::: > '
A./ a.1 td.w Ow .p...w...-P....... .G.e.... -....-... PRIVATE CELLAR Sth 6.99..3 for S11.6S
... ... ----. ..... -" .. 778-1697
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778-1548 BUSCH BAVARIAN E$ .15 A Bottle

5345 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach closed Wednesday Phone 778.2023

< f1 Aw..r.b & (Ron) row swvicr WITH A SMILT: (Bob)
p\TT\ f ROM PAINTS Saturday at noon


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