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 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA' MARIA ISLAND

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No. 671 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1964 TEN CENTS
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City Courts Busy Anna Maria Resolution Asks
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Bradenton BeachA 4 N
Dissolution Of Erosion District
total of $200 in fines
and forfeited bonds was x resolution was passedby Approximate cost of the
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collected at the sessionsof i the Anna Maria City system would be from
the Bradenton Beach Commission Monday $1.6OO to l,9OO.. plus the
Municipal Court on Sept. evening recommending to cost of a septic tank and
2 and 9. Mayor Henry the County Commission drain field.
Meunier presided at both dissolution of the Island Mayor Harvey G. Meyer
sessions of the court. Erosion Prevention Dis announced appointment of
Fined $15 each on speed- trict. The resolution also Sam Adams as Director of
ing charges were: PhilipD. ..;. ... r.f1t" suggested that the duties Civil Defense for the city.
Jordan Ronald Hirsh- and responsibilities of the Meyer said he felt the city
berg Ida Diane Faciane. .. ;:.....,.. :- district be assumed by the should have some Civil
Richard Cancro. Harris .: ; iJ[ ": county commission and Defense organization! and
Bryant. Harry Straight ; that a small countywide that Adams had agreed to
and Walter Lewis.A !JIIIr"--wp] ....r ;'- ....}.,'" -'', .M ;"JI"", }.... .... ,.........-.. tax be levied to finance accept the pORr.CommlRsloner.
$35 bond posted by erosion prevention work Tom Mc
Stanley Butterfield on a anywhere In the county. It Kay reported that the tree
speeding charge was es- = ,. also asked that the com- removal work by the cityis
treated. Garry Cantwelland r--I :.. mission seek authority to almost completed.
Jan P I both ...... L do erosion Owners of
e u r fay . 0.'f'\ : ''''''''. ... preventionwork vacant lots In
estreated bonds of $25 on the Bay side of the city will be notifiedby
when they failed to appearto Waves breaking over the erosion of concrete decking on the pier. The the Island as well as on the city about removing
answer to charges of prevention pier at the Manatee County section was lifted off by the waves the Gulf side. hazardous dead trees.
speeding. Beach Thursday afternoon. Althoughthe and broken but will be repaired In a Anna Maria Is the last City Clork Mrs. Frances
Fred Devine and Aubrey wind piled abnormally high seas few days. According to John Benson. of the three Island citiesto Maxon reported a total of
Smith were fined $5 each onto the beach for three days last County Engineer the pier performed pass such a resolution. $18.139 In the treasury.A .
for public drunkenness.The week the backlash of Hurricane Dora exactly as it was intended to. and Is It is. however the first to request by the Dc Sora
case of Maxine McCormack the only damage to the beach or pier doing a good job of building up the sandat suggest the countywide tax Celebration for a $25O
of Sarasota. who was to the outboard ten-foot section the beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) levy for erosion preven- contribution toward the

was charged with speedIng Anna Maria tion work. Do Soto Island Day was
was postponed until City After a report by Commissioner tabled until the city snow
Sept. 16. Court Docket Heavy No Hurricane Damage Gone Cox. the fiscal year In,November.A .
All the arrests were Fines city commission, at Its replat of Lota 13 and
made and the charges levied at totaling a session$177 of were the A number of inquiries about damage on the meeting Monday, voted to 14. Block 1 I. Anna Maria
Island Hurricanes Cleo and have been
by Dora
seek bids for Installationof (Beach
preferred by Police Chief Subdivision was
Anna Maria City Court on
received Islanders who
by arc now vacationingaway
Jim Lindsay. Tuesday evening. Mayor from home. a now sanitary sy tem approved. The requested
at the City Pier. The system change was made by S.C.Schtro. .
Holmes BeachOn Harvey Meyer presided at
Cleo. after hitting the Miami area, turned north favored
IH one which who plana In build
the court session.Forfeitingbonds. and raked the East Coast of Florida. During the
Thursday. Sept. 3. for fail- would allow restrooms to several duplex home on
time she active in the the Island and
four bonds forfeited was state remain at the itnolf. (Continued
were pier on Page 3)
ure to appear to answer its residents .njoyctl.fIn* weather and .uff.r..l '.
when four drivers who had
charges were: Richard W. absolutely no damage or inconvenience.Last .
been charged with speed- Tanner Palmetto. $15. week's Hurricane Dora crossed the north- H. B. Passes New OrdinancesSeveral ... 1
ing failed to appear at the
for and failureto
speeding ern part of the state and caused considerable
Holmes Beach City Court. obey a stop sign. damage and was followed by heavy flooding. The now ordinanceswere board's road committee
Teddy Johnston of Pal- read and passed and to effect a uniform
Floyd L. Curtis. Oneco. winds at the perimeter of the storm area were usage
metto and William R. $45 for speeding and fail- felt on the Island for three days starting late other ordinances discussed and proper policing of tho
Singeltary of Bradenton ure to obey stop signs. Wednesday evening and continuing Into Saturday at a meeting of tho street ends.
estreated $25 bonds. William Elmer E. Borden Bra- night. No damage of any consequence has been Holmes Ueach Board of Clyde Goobel. the city
tillburn Gibson of denton $1O. charged with observed. Aldermen Tuesday night. attorney* was Instructedto
Cortez and H. G. Browningof being Improperly clad A revised ordinance on draft an ordinance to
Holmes Beach each while bathing. permitted use of trailersIn provide for replacementof
estreated a bond of $35. Mrs. Ruth E. Blessing Island Water Survey. ContinuesA the city was read for all elective officer of
William C. VanHoy of of Holmes Beach was fin- the first time and passed the city according to the
(Continued on Page 3)) ed $45 for failure to have release this week from but which was not accept- unanimously. It will have Florida. Statutes. Such an
her vehicle under control. Mayor Elmer G. Twist of able because of chloride Its second reading at the ordinance would repeal
Seeks Bids
City The charge was made after Holmes Beach emphasized content. This year the meeting on Oct.: 6. Ordinance /#106, passedlast
Bids for installation of her car went out of that the geological I I 1 Water Company put Into An ordinance which Is to year. That ordinance
new sanitary facilities at control and smashed Into study of Island water resources use. a well at the beach repeal Ordinance 31. and provided that certain city
the City Pier arc being the window of a vacant Is continuing. A end of Shell Drive thus to extend the franchise to officer would automatically !-
sought by the Anna Maria store on Gulf Drive a few preliminary survey was helping to alleviate the the Island Sanitation Service succeed others If
City Commission.Work weeks ago.C. made by H. J. Woodard. water ahortagc. to ten years, was the latter died or wore
at the pier will A. Strickland of Anna a geologist of the Florida To date. Woodard has read for tho first time unable to carry out their
include providing and Maria was fined $7 for Board of Conservation. checked 24 wells for and passed. It too will bo dutl.,..
installing a tank transfer an improper start from a It began in June after chloride content and water read. for tho second time An amendment to tho
pump pipe from the pierto parked position. the area had suffered a level. Chloride content of at the next meeting city building coda was
the Island and Installa- Cornell B. Smith of 604 water shortage In the late some well has Increased, A correction to a recent road and panned. It repealed
tion of a septic tank and 31st Street. Bradenton. spring. and has decreased In ordinance. was read for a provision that all
drain field. Specificationscan was fined $5 for failure to After a similar water others since a previous tho first time and passed.It homeowner must use the
be obtained at the city have his vehicle under shortage last year the study. provides for setting of water provided by the .la-
office. (Continued on Page 3)) Island Water Companyhad Samples taken from the peed limits In emergen land Water Cu.
drilled a new well 24 wells were taken main- c lo.. The setback provision of
New A. M. Trash PickupAt near Its plant on 85th St.. (Continued on Page 3)Precautionary An amendment to Ordinance the zoning ordinance was
**) had Its first discussed with action to
the meeting of the Anna Maria City Commission reading and was passed. be taken to change the
Monday evening. Mayor Harvey Meyer It provides that streets regulation at a public
announced that the city had started a new traah the Gulf are to be blocked hearing at the next moot
pickup service for Its residents. to traffic at the end of the ing.
The new service will take the place of the city's maintained and usable I Hoard President Merrill
customary semi-annual pickup. There will be no portion of the streets. Attar Trttt. chairman of tho
charge to the property owner and It Is estimatedthe final passage of the road committee said he
cost of the service will be approximately :' --t A d amendment the matter would Investigate report
$200 per year more than the semi-annual pickup. _u1 T. will be turned over to the Continued on Page 3)
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The trucks of the Island Sanitation Service will
pick up the trash which is to be piled at the edgeof I:. ?
driveway or road for easy accessibility. No Zi I ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
tree limb larger than six inches In diameter iisaass.r.'
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nor longer than six feet can be included. The w_ R.awl.li.
T....
pickups will not be made on a fixed schedule T-....___.. i ,
so that property owner are asked NOT to call .w ......' 6... H.-
the pickup service but the city will be covered d ry
every ten days to two weeks. After the first Sept. 8-77 87 84 88 83 None
pickup a householder will be able to have a I Scpf. 9--78 85 84 87 82 .9$

rough idea of when the next pickup wtU take place. storm measure taken last -.k by m. Sept. JO-73 85 82 80 82 Non
According to E. W. Oradow Jr.. owner and Bradenton Beach Hardware store on Bride Street.Legend s.pc.l.-7 84 80 84 82 .2
of the Island Sanitation Service the Srpt. 12--76 83 78 80 84 Nona
,
operator on outside of each storm shutter .a4.auV.a.
trash pickup in Anna Maria will be the same as We ro N.rer. denoting business as usual while a s.pc.13--77 86 82 85 83 .2
that which was started In Holmes Beach last waiting to see what' was going to happen.C151.A.'lCEkPIIOTO Sept. 14-76 83 83 87 83 .2

month. )


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Islander Editorials



Aid To HousekeepingSometimes d4v

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It Is difficult to be enthusiastic about

the more mundane features of plain old everyday

living--such as, for instance--trash pickups.The .
new Island version of trash pickups, however
rates some enthusiasm. Started last month in Holmes 4it

Beach, and adopted recently in Anna Maria City, the rs t'r a v'J ..r
.
new service provides something both communitieshave A

needed for a long time. The mayors and govern-
ing boards of both cities are due a heartfelt vote of

thanks from their constituents.In .

recent years it has become increasingly difficultto w ,v..
get rid of tree trimmings and trash of a similar

nature. State and local fire marshals have gradually

become more strict about enforcing regulations about

open fires. And with the Island growing as rapidly as .

it has, it is no longer a simple matter to find a nearby I_ -
vacant lot on which one can pile his trash. The day -
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is long past when one could just kick it around untilit

was lost.
So now the residents of Holmes Beach and Anna

Maria have access to a solution to a disposal problem.The .

pickup is merely being tried at this point, and

if it is to become a permanent part of Island living, 4w

will depend very largely on the way It is used.It .
is not Intended that any householder Is to use the

service as a means of evading his responsibility as a

citizen, and to dump garbage out beside the street

and expect it to be picked up, thereby relieving that
householder of the necessity of purchasing a garbage

ticket each month. Nor is the service Intended as a

means for a property owner to get rid of all the PRE-DEVELOPMENT AREA OF THE HOLMES BEACH SECTION OF THE ISLAND. (Islander Photo)
trash from a vacant lot which has been allowed to

grow wild for years.

If used tho way It is intended, the new service will About the Candidates. .
be the greatest possible boon to both cities and their Junior's EssayABOUT

residents. Following is information about the candidates for

A Benefit? Manatee County Superintendent of Public Instruction,
furnished by the candidates themselves to the Manatee THE WAR ON POVERTY

County League of Women Voters, and answers to I'm beginning to think it pays to be poor. I know a
A recent editorial in the Coral Gables Times finds asked by the League. In the remaining few
questions few rich people, some well-to-do people and a whole
fault with Its local chamber of commerce for seeking weeks before the election The ISLANDER will publish
lot of poor people. I've known poor people all my life
funds from its city "treasury to help it spread the similar information about the other candidates as and they are the happiest people of all except when

Coral Gables "story. time and space will allow.SUPERINTENDENT they are sick, but nobody is happy who is sick, even
Without attempting to assess the work of
any
if he is rich and has a lot of money, but he can enjoy
chamber of commerce organization It is possible to
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
his misery in a whole lot more comfort if he has a lot
expand a bit on the theory on which any chamber or MANATEE COUNTY of .

similar organization operates and why the average Salary: $14,500--Term of Office: 4 Years money.I don't know whether anybody has tried to count the
chamber of commerce is of value to the average
poor people or not, but Mr. Johnson seems to think
person not engaged in business. QUESTIONS: 1. To which area of the school program all but a few of them live in Appalachia, and I don't
Locally, right here on Anna Maria Island, the would for development? 2. What
you give priority mean Apalachicola. He says maybe a few more live
population has more than tripled since 1950. The
.feMM** *.p'-wlat...Vs' etfwwaane promotion>> of'\io *"ourlat. would your position be on a crash program for raising in New York and a few in Chicago. Well... If he will
industry, is responsible for" at least some part" of ''the'level of educational achievement for underprivi- take a good look around, I believe he will find acme
that growth. leged children in Manatee County? more in every place in the United States and by the

A certain small percentage of the winter visitors time he gets them all added up I think he Is going to

tourists If you will--return here to buy and J. HARTLEY BLACKBURN(DemocratIncumbent), find a whole lot more outside of Appalachia New
property
become permanent residents. Or, conversely--very Age 56, 104 White Ave., Anna Maria. York and Chicago than there are in those laces.

few of today's permanent residents were not winter Southern EDUCATION CaU..| 1.4Z-YA Graduate In UlsnU AdalaA.tr.U.-Duk.High School] 193O University-AB-Florida P...- Some people Just like to be poor so they won t have

visitors before deciding to make their homes here. lasslwisl sludl..t University .1 Florida. Florid State University, so much income tax to pay.A .
One of the most important results of Increased City C.U.a..1. N.. Y.",. Teacher. Colleae at Columbia University. long time ago all poor people talked about was

population--and one which benefits the private citizenor end Harvard University. "hard times" but you don t hear anybody talking
retired-from-business homeowner In an importantway OCCUPATlONi Superintendent ol Public Instruction. "hard times" :anymore. A poor man Just goes to the
EXPERIENCE 12 Yrs. l..chtna principal and principal 20 Yr.. a. month and a check
the first of gets
economically the maintenance of real estate Superintendent. post office every
valuea. which he takes to the bank and trades for money.

If the present population level were, through some ANSWER 1. Emphasis should be given on the great- Then he can take the money and make a payment on

aet of hard-to-imaglne circumstances, to be frozen, est development of the individual for successful living the car and the refrigerator, and maybe the TV. (lIe

or If the growth potential of the Island were to disappear in a democratic society both as a contributing citizen paid for the radio a long time ago). U the money is

what would happen to real estate values?The to ANSWER a group and a successful and happy family member. almost gone he can get some more from the "wel-

anawer Is apparent. 2. Manatee County presently has an excel- fare" to buy groceries, clothes, shoes and things.
That population increaae haa made possible and lent program of raising the educational level of underprivileged Then he goes fishing and waits for the first of next
children. I in favor
feasible of the laland facilities am of improving this
which
many we take month.
and other
more or less for but which facets of our system as resources are made who he doesn t want
granted today even the available for advancement. I know one poor man says
most rcalatant-to-change among our residents must anybody fighting a war over him or for him. He says,

admit have done much to make living on the Island EARL K. in any kind of a war, the poor people have to do most
HAAG
Jr. (Republican), 4O 109 -24th
more plea.ant, more comfortable, more convenientor Street, East Oradenton. Age of the fighting because there are more of them. I
more aafe. could start with Alabama and wind up with Wyomingand

The laland School was built and expanded during .t EDUCATION Baton"-..]Northwestern Uisdon (La..)sht Hie.c.School......Louisiana Netchitoehesl St.t. University find a lot of poor people in every one of them.
the past few yeara. Four churches have been built Sla.. University, with os d...... in ...1.1 ...._.. IfS11 and Dipa.Florida_ Mr. Johnson drafted Mr. Shriver (because nobodY.
another expanded. Several doctors, a dentlat, and Slat*.Baal University Cn.ineerin State..Army.. Florida....ieU..4_Trainina.. ........ at Louisi_ volunteered) to muster his army to fight "The war

two modern medical bulldlnga on the laland can be .....1.., and History] worm toward Masters Certilicato 0.__ in Ea.w./in economics.... on Poverty" and he has to pay'.union wages" because

credited to the population expansion. The Island OCCUPATION ..IU.. AdverUeinaTrian SA... nobody fights for nothing. I don't think many union

Water Company came Into being and now serves more EXPEnlENCEl Yr.Tw..4 Administration 2H Yr. Juvenile men get as much as Mr. Johnson's army privates.But .
than 800 Counselor..d..HiMI. U. S. "" l.4J-l* . have to pay for
uaera. that's
-y. 4Sj January all right the poor people
to.......*.... eus-atandard -.-.... Manatee
Most important of all are the three new bridges .taneard. areas ........ educational .County._.,_. Now Uparadinc on leave sub... everything, anyhow.
first with tolls and now without them. Another feature ._. without pay lor tour s..... Junior

la the building of better roada. New residential ANSWER
I.I would
developments, made possible because of the expanding development definitely give priority to the
or re-development of
the teaching of the
population have drained moaqulto-breedlng areas baalca in education on the The Islander
elementary level.
The
and made more and better housing available. Vaat
reinforcement of the academic program on the lower ,. I..........t Weekly. p..W.she4 I every ?kut24S1by
improvements have been made in power and telephone level I
coupled with an intensified
service. expansion of THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

Directly traceable to the rise in population are vocational secondary training level would and a remedial program on the 314 PI Aven.. AMI ftUria I time1.. F1ri*...
accomplish a two-fold
improved police protection better moaqultocontrol : 1. It would aalvage the secondary students program who- EDfTOft .. -..,...u........ STEVE KIMBALL
erosion control better drainage an airstrip Improved have reached that level without benefit of a good ADVERT1S.NC MANAGER_ MARGE KIMBALL
zoning laws Improved building and
codes
academic foundation. 2. It would enable the students MAIL. ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737.Anna Marta Florida.
generally improved local government. on the elementary level to be able to grasp the TELEPHONES 77$-2O21.
The laland fire
two departments,although organized of
complexities their future academic
prior to 1950 have expanded greatly since that time having a Rood solid foundation. problems by SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. $3.30p.r
and.now have first claaa modern equipment! with a ANSWER 2. I do years $2 for six monrha. Canada. !\
not believe .
S reaultant lowering of fire insurance ratea. "craah that any type of 15 per ,.ar. ADVERTISING RATES > ...
program" for the benefit of raising the $i pr column Inch. Discount of tenp.ran
_
Now more than three and a half years old, the laland educational
achievement level of child for ...
any ia sensible. t Ixconaecutivelnaertionaif
Dank la out of its swaddling clothes and baa
growing Remedial work la a consistent pattern of methodical paid by tenth of following month. p
proved to be a going concern. reinforcement National or
and teaching of academics agency placed advertialntu
And while we know that aome of those Hated not which were 1U6 per column Inch.CLOSING .
previously learned. No child
Improvements have not .nalled everyone it la now have knowledge' can be expected to roman--allwa .'iiW
crammed into him
almost impossible to find a resident who will attempt long. lie may under a and retain It for TD4E NOON. TUESDAY..

to tell what was better about the "good. old day.*.** up to a normal level comprehensive programscome Entered aa Second Claaa matter. under'

And analyzing those "good old daya. perhapa the program ia baaed on a quite logical rapidly. providing of the the Act of March' 3. IC79.atAMATll .
system academic
only things better are the memories, which usually reinforcement
and this could be *
not AFVBI
aa time .. accomplished CSUMTTl GIlL MOMS Oa-H NCVl
improve paaaea. under a "craah program.






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Thursday September 17. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3

ISLAND WATER . ANNA MARIA . ISLAND COURTS. .
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) .III .. 8 p. .....1.7.

ly from those wells which .."' _. ,'" those lots and adjacent North Carolina who had 3..t.2: p.. 5.n.a.y.
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had previously been in- .,. .t ,.. 1;" , property. The replat was been charged with havingno
ventoried and on which ,..t ., .: ,, "w merely to have the lots driver's license pro-
, ." ,
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data was available. "; ".:.1., .,"_ front on Tarpon Street duced his license in court
<< .. UJfBB'SIsland
No pattern of increased "'.'' .1.. :......, .,,_; ,,., _, .....::L rather than Spring Avenue and his case was dismis-
chloride content or water '" "..""' .,, '''''_,,-: ; to make a differencein sed.
level changes has emer- # ; the setback require- At last week's sessionof

ged from the data which ments for the buildings. the Holmes Beach Pharmacy

has been gathered so far. ,., ... Mrs. Celestine Ratti of City Court presided over 59O4 Marina Drive
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Woodard was to continuethe if' Maple Avenue sent bills by Mayor Elmer G.Twist

survey on Wednesday ...-,.,...."" to the city totaling $1O7 Leon Ogles of 3505 Gulf 77a-1 4 11..Hlt.( 778.2075

when he planned to start .i '. ......... for repairs to the wiringat Dr., Holmes Beach was j. o. we... .......,..iFREE ..
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"logging with electronic her home. The repairswere fined $35 or 30 days on

equipment a number of necessitated by dead a charge of operating a %o
the wells which had been Old reliable Sabal Palm, one of the area's toughest, trees which had blown motor vehicle with an Improper -

checked previously. although not most beautiful, trees. (Islander Photo) down and which were on tag. lie paid the

Construction and present an casement behind her fine.
H. B. PASSES . erected on Gulf Drive near
condition of the wells are property. Mayor Meyer All the arrests were
the Island Bank.
Important because of the (Continued from Page 1) said the easement does made and the charges
of holes in the surface of Elmer G. Twist
history of old wells in the Mayor not belong to the city and brought in the Holmes
area causing a salt water newly paved White Ave. reported on the storm disclaimed any municipal Beach Court by Police DELIVERY!
and 56th Street.Permitted watch maintained by the
contamination in existing responsibility for the Chief Snooks Adams.
use of political city officials during last
water supplies. Many of trees or the bills.A REGISTERED
the old drilled wells on signs in the city was week's hurricane alert in request for a contri- Meyer said several

the Island had a casing discussed and temporary the eastern and northern bution by the city to the applicants for the positionof PHARMACISTSON
sections of Florida.He .
for the
extending only a limited regulations cur- Island Welfare Fund was chief of police arc
number of feet below the rent campaign voted. also reported that tabled pending further being considered and thata DUTYAT
surface after which the Candidates signs cannotbe the current survey of Island investigation. new chief would be appointed ALL TIMES
until 45 wells is .
erected
clay and rock wall of the days proceeding.The Permit fees to the city before the next
shaft was expected to be prior to the election and matter of additional for removal of three small commission meeting to THURSDAYFRIDAY
must be removed within clerical help at the city
selfsupporting.A. buildings were waived, take place on Oct.5. Chief
48 hours after the elec- office has been solved.
provided a bond to Indem- George Jordan is planningto
M. COURT . tion. They cannot be put City Clerk Mrs. Pauline nify the city is furnishedby retire as soon as a SATURDAY
(Continued from Page 1) up in residential zones Archer will work an addi- the building mover. replacement is appointed.Gary's .
control. and all signs must be of tional 50 percent of her ONLY

William J. Thibodeau of a "reasonable size." former hours with her Suiiland Garden Center
Holmes Beach chargedwith New provisions for the salary raised on the same GilletteAdiustable
failure have his city's sign ordinance are basis. Hours at the office
to 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
vehicle under control was being prepared. A new will still be from 9 a.m. Razor

fined $25.Lawrence. sign committee was au- to 1 p.m. The extra hours WITH HLADES. .and
M. Wolfe of thorized with Alderman will be used for necessary GET YOUR BEDS READY WITH PEAT MOSS FOR SUN UP AFTER SHAVE

Bradenton charged with Sidney G.Brown as chair- clerical work. PETUNIAS AND OTHER ANNUALSCOMPLLTE LOTIONMonacet

failure to have a driver'slicense man.A Bills totaling $882 were _'1.150
was dismissed request by Gloria Dei approved for payment.The HOME REPAIR & YARD SERVICE
after producing it. Church for a permit fora mayor said the new CUSTOM DRAPES: MADE TO ORDER

Police Chief George F. directional sign to the trash pickup was workingwell Control A.P.C.
FREE Spray
Jordan was the arresting church was granted on a and asked residentsnot Mosquito
officer In all the cases temporary basis for one to try to use it exceptas 100 TABLETS
listed. year. The sign will be it is meant to be used. CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON
98
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ROBERT E. SAFFORD fireman in the U. S. Coast v "; '.: ,;1
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Guard Reserve son of Mr.and Mrs. Glenn E. Saffordof .
Gulf Park Bradenton Beach graduated last month .'

from Fire Fighting School at the U. S. Coast Guard :5. ;; .. 'I
Reserve "
Training Center in Yorktown Va. A reservist -
he attended the two-week school for his annual
active duty and studied how to use various hoses
ladders pumpers nozzles masks and extinguishersin
fighting fires. He also practiced putting out wood
and oil fires and studied first aid, safety Inspection If
methods and prevention of arson and sabotage. r .4Y
STEVE CARTER of Pine Avenue Anna Maria son
of Mrs. Josie Carter entertained a group of first P
I grade friends at a back-to-school and birthday partyat
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his home. In a"shoe scramble" the first prize was jl, rr S t f
won by Scott Van Ostenbridgc and by Rickie Wigginsin
a "balloon buster." Other guests were David Busy beach at the end of Bridge Street circa 1924 _.-. F, :Hs.
Cooper. Jimmy and Eddie Moss, Billy Seward Jimmy with the two over-dressed gentlemen at left obviously
Steenstra Georgie Tebbctts Brent Whitehead and discussing the then current political campaign and
Danny Vollmer.MR. other weighty matters. (Courtesy Kelly Myers)
AND MRS. PEDER MICKELSEN of Key Royale
returned home last week after spending some timein DEAN EDWARDS son of Mr.and Mrs. Tom Edwardsof
Minneapolis and several weeks in Denmark. Shell Drive Holmes Beach is now a disc Jockey at
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Radio Station WBAR Bartow. He graduated recently : 4
Gibson of Odessa. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Welsh of from the National Academy of Broadcasting in VF n.,
Sebring. . Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Co Ion n e y of Talla- Washington D. C.
hassee..Mr. and Mrs. Warren Colonney of Bethesda MR. AND MRS.ROBERT COLLINS of 75th Street ;
Md. Holmes Beach who have spent the summer at their
HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. John C.Spauldingof home in Laconla N. H., left New York City last week ,
Dickinson N. D. aboard the Grace Liner SANTA MAGDALENA for a
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 24-day cruise through the Panama Canal and down
Robert Cotton of Dunedin. . Peter Theodorou of the west coast of South America as far as Lima Peru. k'---
New York City. ..Glen Clarke of Milton. N. Y. They will return to the Island about Oct. 10.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Dewey MR. AND MRS.JOHN OSBORNE of Neptune Lane %ka _
E. Lare of Lakeland. Holmes Beach are expected to return to the Island
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CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. John Puttock of late this month from Berkeley Heights N. J., where
Miami. they have been for several months. On the way back Lowell Snyder of 71st Street Holmes Beach with the
TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maggio of they will visit their son-in-law and daughter. Col. 18-pound 38-inch Snook he caught from his own back-
Tampa. .Mary Hudson and sister of Plant City.. and Mrs. John K. Singlaub and three children in yard dock last week. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carpenter of Tampa...Mr. and Washington D. C. Col. Singlaub now stationed at
Mrs. Grover Fachl of Dayton Ohio.. .Mr. and Mrs. the Pentagon after three years' duty in Stuttgart Woman's Club Directors To MeetAll
Richard Gargani of Bcrgenf leld,N.J.. .Mr.and Mrs. Germany.MR. members of the boardof will be discussed for the
Edgar Hughes of Detroit. ..Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Boyd AND MRS. HERMAN STORRER will return to directors of the Island club's activities for the
of Sarasota. .Miss Bonnie McCoy and Miss Standa their home on Marina Drive Holmes Beach early Worn ana* Club are Invitedto coming club year.
Staugh of Mt. Pleasant. S. C.. .Mr and Mrs. Jack next week. They have been in Sackets Harbor N. Y. attend the first board Mrs. Mishler will rep-
Williams of Bradenton Beach. .Mr. and Mrs. Rich- for the summer. meeting of the fall seasonat resent the club at the fall
ard Taylor of Tampa.LAYZLIVN PAT AND LOUISE FLANAGAN of 54th Street now 10 a.m.. Monday. Sept. board meeting of the Flor-
MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wilderof on a motor trip to the West Coast reported by post 21. It will be held at a ida Federation of
Ruskin.. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Thomas of card from New Mexico a few days ago that they were breakfast at the home of Women's Clubs to be heldat
Bowling Green. .Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Best of Tampa having a fine time glad no one was with them and the club president. Mrs. Cocoa Beach. Sept.24-
...Mr. and Mrs. H. Gillet of Lakeland.. .Mr. and that they would return in October. Ira Mlshler. who lives at 26. A tour of Cape Ken-
Mrs. Charles G. Cox of Mulberry.. .Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. PHILIP BRUHL of Cocoanut Avenue 6607 Wellesley Drive. nedy has been arrangedfor
John Doorman of Bradley. Anna Maria have returned home after a trip north.ieM Bayshore Gardens. Plans the board members.

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F. M oc 177
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J B.. Guild Rssmussen 177A. 177 w Special ServiceAt Mrs. Jcme Brewer, Art

ra_ / Roser Church Founder Dies
polo Leagues HIGH SERIES (MEN) Group |:

A.B. Guild Rasmussen 370 529 t, b I Christian Education Sun- MRS. JANE EVANS i

L. Miller 324 day was observed at the BREWER. 62. of 717 No. <
C. Chapman 507 Roser Memorial Com- Shore Drive Anna Maria 0<
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE H. Meyer Sop
Anna MarIA City Pier took three F. Moc 3O3 munity Church on Sunday. died Saturday. Sept. 12,at <
points In Its match with Webb's Island D. Connick SOD yv. Sept. 6. a local hospital after an *
in Island Mixed League R. Ferguson
bowling pharmacy Friday evening. High scores Schmidt 471 474E. :1 The following teachersand illness of several months. .

324.in the and match Harvey were Meyer Lefty, 174-5O6.Miller 196- R. Schuchard. . 438 : youth workers in the Mrs. Brewer was born J

Other scores were: Connlck's TV THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Sunday School took part in in St. Louis and movedto
4. Team Four O. (Dick Connlck. 177- Island Furniture Sand Bar a special service of dedication the Island 18 years ago
5OO;Johnny Elrod. 133-433). Dick Wagner Realty Bayou Marina the close of the from D. C.
Sand Bar 3.Schuchard Plumbing 1. Island Marine Supply Team Four at Washington
(Andy Rasmussen.199-370;Bob Guild. Connlck's TV Schuchard Plumbing : 1 ? l..v regular morning worship She was one of the found-
J8S- 29). B&K Hardware Island Pharmacy service: ers of the Anna Maria Art
B K Hardware 3. Bayou Marina 1. A.M.City Pier Linen RentalISLAND
(Clayton Bower. 165-433. Dot Bower. /I II II Nursery Department, Association and the Island
433 Glenn Safford. 178-432). BOWLING LEAGUE Mrs. Alice Adams Mrs. Players. She also was a
Island Marine Supply 3.Islam Furniture Island Marine Supply won all four
Center I. (Frank Mac. 177-SO3; points In its match with Schuchard Jane Feagles Mrs. Ern- member of the Art Leagueof
Roy Ferguson. 182-474). Plumbing in the opening session of 4ii est Howe and Miss Alicia Manatee County and
Linen Rental 3.Dick Wagner Realty 1. the Island Bowling League at the Rip :
(Chick Chapman. UI2- 7. Dick Wag- Van Winkle Bowladrome. High scores: Adams. was an exhibitor In many
ner. 16 -"S6).. . in the match were Frank Moc. 212. Kindergarten, Mrs. Pal- area art shows. An authority -
Andy Rasmussen. 578. and Bob Adair
LEAGUE STANDINGSAnna 172. Byron Arkebauer. 483. r mer Paetzel. on the bird life of
Maria City Pier 7Sand Other scores were: Bay Area Insurance } xr Primary Department. the area she was a mem-
Bar 6 4. Pete Reynard's Restaurant O. A Mrs. Darlene Angcll and ber of the National State
B ft. K Hardware 6 (Art Schumaker.211-377 Leon Staf-
Wand Marine Supply 9 ford. 2O6-324). Mrs. Mac Wiggins. and Manatee County
Linen Rental 4 Tropical Vlata 4. The ISLANDER O. Lower Juniors Mrs. Audubon Societies and had
Dick Wagner Realty 4 (Tom Edwards 198. Bob Guild. 336;
Bayou Marina 4 H. Merrltt. 17O. Ken Fellows 444). Kathy Russo and Mrs. been elected a member of
Connlck's TV 4 Bayou Marina 3. Roser Men's Club 1. Judy Schambers. the American Ornitholo-
Schuchard Plumbing 3 (Hank Nleslobedskl. 217. Gary Wagner -
Webb's bland Pharmacy 2 34O Richard Wiggins 191. Bob Upper Juniors Mrs. gists Union.Survivors.
Island Furniture Center 2 DeVane. 481). Lena Phelps. arc her husband -

Team Four . 1 Econowash VanOetenbrldge 1.(Aaron Builders VsnOe-tenbrldge.3. Gray's $ y 4 Seventh and eighth Talbot M. Brewer

HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) la7- 21; Jim Eddowes. 17O-312X.: grades Mrs. John Van- of Anna Maria; a son,
W.Miller 186W. Webb's Island Pharmacy 3. Island Ostenbridge and Mrs. Talbot M. Brewer Jr. of
.Miller 163 Bank 1. (BUI Thibodeau. 19O-333
. Bower 170- Frost. Clearwater a brother
D. 138 Frank Davidson. 512).) Marge ;
i B. Schmidt 131 Ninth and tenth grades Walter Evans of New York
P. Chapman 131 LEAGUE STANDINGS ISLANDER PHOTO BY RZDOH
j B. Guild 148G. Bay Area Insurance 4 Mrs. Miriam Murphy. City and four grandchildren. -
Arkebsuer 148P. Island M ar'neSupply' 4 Eleventh and twelfth .
Chapman 148P. Tropical Vista 4 'F.Moc 36O High Twelve Club
-, Hortman 146 Webb's Island Pharmacy 3 B.Guild 336 grades Mrs. Marge Tritt Funeral services were
P. Hottman . 144 Bayou Marina 3Vano.tenbrldse G.Moss 333 The Island High Twelve and Mr. and Mrs Dave held at G r If f 11h-CHnc
Builders 3
Gary Wagner 34O
HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) Island Bank 1 B. Thibod.au 333J. Club will hold Its regular Gettcnger. Island Chapel Monday
_ W. Miller 492D. Roser Men's Club IGray" Holmes 326 weekly luncheon meetingat Substitute teachers with the Rev. Richard K.
Bower 433 Econowssb 1 L.Stafford 324
P. Hortman 428P. The ISLANDER 0 H. Nleslobedakl 321 the Holmes Beach Yacht Mrs. Laura Stewart Mrs. Wiggins pastor of Roser

Chapman 424 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 0 A. VanOsienbrldge. . 321 Club at noon Thursday. Carolyn Norwood and Memorial CommunityChurch

D.B. Guild Davidson 394 404 Schucbard Plumbing. . 0 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Sept. 17. County Judge Mrs. Blanche Cole. officiating. Bur-

D. Warner 389J. TOP TEN GAMESH. Island Marine Bay Ares Ins. Robert Rickey will speakto Board of Christian Edu- ial at Skyway Memorial
LoCicero 389B. .Nteslobedakl 217F. Pete Reynard's Rest. ISLANDER
the Wills cation. Mrs. Barbara Poe Gardens.
Schmidt 387K. Moc 212A. Island Bank Schuchard Plumbing group on
Ferguson. 384 Scbumaker 211 Bayou Marina Island Pharmacy and Estates. Educational Assistant:
Gary Wagner 210 Tropical Vista VanOstenbrldgeRoeer At the meeting of the Mrs. Dorothea Scott Youth workers, Mrs.
HIGH GAMES MEN) Men's
( A. Rssmussen 209 Club>> Cray's Econowash
A. Rssmussen 199L. L.Stafford 206 club on Thursday. Sept. chairman; Miss Marian Doris Warner and Mrs.
.. Miller 196A. G.Moss :202: BOWLING BRIEFSCongratulations 2.. a business session Colman secretary; Gene Barbara Witt.Teachers .
Rssmussen 194B. T. Edwards 198J. to our former star
Guild 188 Holmes 193 bowling reporter Karl Drew, for will be held. Moss visual aids; Mrs. of the adult
C. Chapman 182 B.Guild 193 rolling the _a_'. first triplicate. All Master Masons who Louise Guild Mrs. Pete Sunday School classes
R. Ferguson 182 G.Moss 193 We understand It took some real
L. Miller 179 shsrpshootlng to bring H about.He had reside In the area or arc Utica Dr. Dick Stewart Charles D. Jordan Edward -
C. Safford 178 TOP TEN SERIESA. a series of three-0-..me.. ..__ visiting here arc invitedto the Rev. Richard Wiggins Hoi ley, and Mrs.
E. Schmidt 178 Rasmussen 378 we bad better leave out that figure
I D. Connlck 177 A.Schumaker 577 lust to be on the safe side attend the meetings. and Mrs. Miriam Murphy. Bertha Ennls.


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LEGAL NOTICES St. Bernard GuildSt. Youth SundayThe ... ,,...

CHURCHESST. Bernard Guild Will Work of Youth in the

BERNARD MISSION WHEREAS RESOLUTION U is considered: by tba host the fall meeting of church will be emphasizedin '- ill' -
Board of Aldermen of the City of the Southwest Coast Dean- an observance of Youth #.-.f'
(CATHOLIC) Holm. Bach.F/orldathat It Is to the ....
best Interest of the City and the ery of the St. Augustine Sunday at the regular ......
R.". Frencls F. W.I.'U.rYASSI citizens of Holmes Beach that the Diocesan Council of Cath- morning worship serviceat .,
SUNDAY 8 & 1O amWEEKDAYSi fiscal year for said City be changed
S am from March 1st each year running olic Women, to be held on Gloria Dei Lutheran

HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm through February 25th; and that said Oct. 27. Included in the Church Sunday Sept. 20.
ROSARY A BENEDICTION fiscal year should run from May let will be
will be The people
gathering mem- young
WEDNESDAYSl 7130 pm each year and end April 3Oth each
year It la thereupon bers of all affiliates of seated in a place of honor

Harvey Memorial ChurchHonD.nOMlno'IOfta RESOLVED that the fiscal year for the organization In Mana- and the pastor will preachon
( I I I) the City of Holmes Beach Florida
shall run from the 1st of May each tee and Sarasota Counties. a theme in observanceof

R.Bradenton". A. W. Beach Simms year and end April 3Oth each year. Mrs..John E. Ladd Guild the day "Wanted--

SUNDAYS The foregoing Resolution unanimously president announced the Youth With Brains!"

9l3O am Sunday School passed by the Board of Aldermen Deanery meeting at a recent Last week a Youth Groupwas
of the City of Holmes Beach.
Sclonco Sacvlca Florida, this first day of September Guild meeting.Two organized to meet
Christian
1964. In Regular Session assembled. members during the Sunday Church
new were
A. M. CoaMMMilty H..... Pauline II. Archer
SUNDAYS City Clerk welcomed at the meeting. School hour at 9:15 a.m.

9tOO am Sunday Service Merrill M. Trltt. President They were Mrs. .Joseph Mrs. Lester M. Utz wife
Board of Aldermen
,1 APPROVED by me this 1st day of Rotolo who joined St. Ann of the pastor will teach

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH September 1964. Circle and Mrs. Anthony the class using the study

R... L.. R.""'. Pasts Elmer G. Twist. Mayor Price who became a book "Is It Christian?"

SATURDAY member of St. Martha one of the new texts of the
7lOO am ".n.. Prayer Breakfast NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ',
SUNDAYS A Public Hearing will be held by the Circle. Lutheran Curriculum introduced "
8145 am Sunday School Board of Zoning Adjustment of the The next regular meet- throughout the
lOtOO am Worship Service City of Holmes Beach Florida allh.
SILO pm Chapel Choir Holmes Beach City Office on October Ing of the Guild will be on Lutheran Church of

6l3O pm Worship Service 1. 1964 at 7t3O P.M. to consider a Thursday Oct. 8, with America last Sunday.of '.
Youth Fellowship
7I3O
pm request for a variance to the basic
TUESDAYS members of St. Thomas
ordinance 107
zoning No. by Mrs.
WEDNESDAYS 7100 pm Church Choir Barbara Tray lor of 103-47tb Street. Aquinas Circle to be the water flooded the park. yJ ,

7lOO pm RA, GA, Sunbeams John Neil Chairman hostesses. Shell called his parents t.. 1k.3w.t
7100 pm Prayer Meeting Board of Zoning AdJuolmencUNCLASSIFIED Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Shellof
Stella Marls Circle will i

R..... Moatorial/ Church sponsor the Guild's fall Holmes Beach over r *ir i

(N.n- .**...inatio al) card party to be held at the weekend to report

..... Richer K. Wi.elne 8 11n..S1.oominimum the Longboat Key Fire that the park was being ,: :.;
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Pester pumped out. and they hop-
28 under the '
advance payment' required Hall on Oct. I
THURSDAY
3l3O pm Roser Choristers chairmanship of Mrs. ed to return to their home ,.J'. P'Lfii '" .
FOR SALEt SO-Inch Foam RubberDouble ".
4tOO pm Cantus Choir soon. I.
7l3O pm Senior Choir Bed Mattress; i Inner Spring. Wally Franks. ,.
Shell entered the Law
SUNDAYS Only 18 month old. Sid rail.Includ- .
9lOO am Worship Service d 1il 775IASA.Holm. Students Flooded School at the University ., .,.
lOtOO am Sunday School FOR RCNTt FUKNUili.U: HUME, in "
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7100 pm Youth rellowship .. Beach by month or year. Affected by last week'sflooding early this month after w .
MONDAYS 3 DR. 2 Bathe Air-conditioned. Gulf In central and graduating from Florida .
7lOO Boy Scout Troop 7 Call 7781611.
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TUESDAY CAREFUL DRIVER with ukaurreur; "** north Florida were Mr. State University in April.He .
7l3O pm Christian Cd. Board License and Insurance--Will Drive and Mrs. Jerry Shell who and Mrs. Shell visited .. .
WEDNESDAYS You or Your Car Anywhere Anytime. gNl .
8lOO pm Croup 7 ......on.hl. Rates. Phone 778-I3O6. are students at the Uni- his parents for ten days .

APARTMLJST FOR RUNT* couples; versity of Florida at late in August. 9 +, .
Church of Th. Annunciation Only--No Children. Close to Anna Gainesville. Before last ,
(Episcopal) Maria Shopping Area. Large, well- READ Wind driven foam on an Island beach. (Photo by
kept grounds. Living room, bedroom week's flooding in that
R... Gerald K. Low., Rector dinette kitchen ft bath. Yearly basis. they were living in THE ISLANDER Talbot M. Brewer)
area
$3O per mo. Jack Marshall Realtor.HA .
THURSDAY 9iOO am Holy CucharistSEVENTEENTH MLflM-'Marls.! 77a7ol4.WANTED their new trailer at a park
SUNDAY AFTER"" TO DUY All U. :5. Coins.; near the university. On
TRINITY! Gold. Currency or Foreign Coin of
lOO am Holy Cucharist any Country: or old Medals. Tokens, Tuesday they were forcedto
10130 am Family Eucharist & etc. Byron : tisane Bazaar 24O3 leave their new
Sermon, Church School |4th V. W..Ur -LuTS-F& SALEi:; 93: fU CMI Canal.; ters when 18 to 24 inches BIG SAVINGSWITH

L......' Island ChapelMonDsnsmlnatlonal I 72nd St.--$..OOO lllmlnl Day Lots
priced: for quick sale! Gulf Front. BUILDER OF HOMES
( ) $10.000 77th St. Canal 4.OOOj 75th
suitable for 1.1..4ell. PITTSBURGH PAINTSIKI
FRIDAY &. Canal J.SOOt 73rd St.. $3.OOO. Houses
IQiOO am Prayer Croup JN. U. PROTHBftO. Reg. Real Batata'iri ..*at* end ae dllla' %..
SATURDAY '" ..yr' .U*-tL'L ir_*. 71"-2"4.. Rmadlina. Addition a.
ll3O pm Choir Rehearsal nriiAR AROUND PROPERTY MAIN- A.palr. Trustworthy VOTE- .LNVALUES G
SUNDAYS TKNANCBl MOWING TRIMMING astlmatas alve-t.. J
*.,! ... Cnureh School ROGINC. LOOMS CLKANKD POU1SIIBO. NORMAN ROSEDAL.E '
'llO am Orientation Class WINDOWS WASHED.OILED.
Anna Maria 77. 1410SPECIAL
l3O am Adult Lecture Group PROMPT BPflCIENT SERVICE plus <
11 lOO am Worship Service A. REASONABLE RATHS--R..ronc. 1
Sermon "Don't He Sacred" KEN YELLOWS PIIONB 77 ..2ta4ifter
4ivi: _P.M._no-tyn ST.. M. n.rUH !
Gloria 0.1 Evangelical SALEi tUyTrunt Seawaued CuT
B./or. Th. Ruth -
on 73th St.. fC.OOO. Beautiful corner
Lutheran Church ....... 76th ft Palm Dr.. Docking ftUssch 100 BAND NEW

no.. Lester ... UIs. Pester Privilege S3.3OO. ;jr.Lotsclose DRIFTWOODLAMPS
to Anna Maria stores. 143.
THURSDAY I.6SO each. Btntlnt nay eanalfrom. IJrmted time oofy)
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7l3O M Church Council ". -l.OOO up. Mabar Resit*. 77th ft Gulf
SUNDAYS U rive .. ,te.ch sl II lUady Se*.. 1*
VI15 am Church School t' ::- .71aI1W'PY10 T..... TV, W.ll aV $| C From the rock-bound coast of Maine to the sunny slopes of
lOtlO am ".",In.Worship ServicellllO our readers, we can offer a 37
am C.n.t.,.tl.n.l ......n. enlargement of say picture appearing Pl..r Ll.e.p.-- a*> California, you've never seen such moneysaving specials.
in The ISLANPKR for only ll.jsesch.LEGAL ; H.......
ATTEND I.J4mtre.4'1. SIaa4eea.o

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THE CHURCHOF .
DMFTWOOO' CJU1HKSYour SAVE

YOUR CHOICE k :-o c:.... P.act Ii 60tta ...... VE OVER 2SUNPROOT FlORH'D APp R0x ZoeEW


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OF ANNA_t.4A"IA rLORIDA SDs.C urea. tl... 1;1 ..._...+ oMIY pow, $59.mel. uJbM1J

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TOTAL EVALUATION '99'7oSILOO.ttONUTHAP $ .... ..c.
MON- PROPERTY 3.47., 12.00) . .. .. e $7. 38
IOMESTKAD PROPERTY 1.SOI.leO.00 1".PPL '- $
JTHER PROPERTY Tai It........ 2050.00t1UPGETV& 179.

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( ;. Sri-t posse Nor.. P. ... t95w ...... S2. 28
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Ad Valorem Tea. X3. MillsccupeilaMal 5 l.2oa.oo -z ;;:..... ....::: ......

LlrensseluUdlng S.I 00.01> .. E-m5. ... _.___ ..........0-........
PermitsCity 2.0000(16,00X011 --w. se ... "
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Pier Reel 900. s um._ o# !
Hoed Bridge Tae L __ "."".
Cigarette Tarn 7.1OQ.0I, --....
Florida. Power ft Ll*tM c. PrsncfcleeiMMnliy 4.20U.Ot. >
'_ (lm-. RMaucellansou .
400 0
Recede Sal.OI car oa put you .In hock.. WALLHIDER ROLLER

NelmbttroefsteM Police rises on PavingStuequlto ll.OlWk.Oli)00.01 tot the rest of' your life. A TRAY - SAVE OVER Sun-ProoferllnlSll

C ntrvl .0noOI_ ........ MM.....
Evan a careful drivwr en cause FREE

.nccKjent jury can recommend .fh p.rsr.. 30% FREE! .........-.........-
M.A" IM4M tsew_way
11 TiJU.BXPttNSM. ;+ -- a |uOument of S1OO.OOO .4 2 (-.. .4
o.Iy SLM wall 1 ....
or mora Your vavtngv home WAII"B'Plastic: .
KUctrtcliy 5 2,4a1a Drop
City Pier 2.000 011 and future ..rning, can ba im .... e .y. LATEX ..
... ; :. .:
water 300.011 ,. such a
pasted rpt a ay. m a CMhamlPainting
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Teleeetumeslsrtoa SS.a .... -" r.l t .. ..d low ....
13.000,01.1 giwt* n em.YM ... boor r -.ea5..s.1.... vS
'[.eta, DraUM> e, BrMeee, Ktc. 21.000.011orrtce You'll be 'intr.,ts>u in the Glow ..... ..... 0.- ,
ere s-r-
.ewmwtp Suf *
Uegsl ft A Mill I.2U0.011 Michigan: Mutual* lamely Auto fcflBjiiJ* ....... i..-- ....... .....V ... --.
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Kepstrs ft Mils sasnfe, City RWedp.es1 StBXOi'' Policy m msurtng; you agamnst S.r ... -..- .... rL is _... m.... .-....

New Clip ttiig Eaintjsiiat.lL.gsl Nutlcoe>|M uiA4ver Arc 2 00.011200.0T big badly inruryJOHN clawent.. O.w .:-..= .. .I.......... ... s:2: ;) i.e-::-:::=::-
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OWy Psrle ft Keeauncattas WO.OT .. 0.- ---..
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M Pev*iavIoe g AsmasMStl.a -v---, 2 HOLMES BEACH 5345 Gulf Drive. Helmut Beach '

PvM Resrv.L_ 778. 022

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ISLAND REAL ESTATEAre I


You Looking?

George Wagner REALTYISLAND ,tI BOATMAN'S DELIGHT ?

SHOPPING CENTER ARGE LOT with 550 ft of Seawall
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA _
C...E.Wa jn....ReCJ.B.k... All..n Pik.. Aasociot DEEP WELL
Protected Harbor with BOAT SLIP

Looking For A BusinessON PLUS WIDE OPEN VIE

OF TAMPA BAYWell

THE ISLAND? Priced Very Reasonable Terms
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Write or Talk to US GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR r
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About Our Exclusive ListingsFOR OQUINA. BUILDING PHONE 778.1333 .......
SEASONAL RENTALS WRITE US EARLY SISLER J. DUDLEY. Broh.r.SaUmmon-778-21S4 Home at 209 Elm Avenue, Anna Maria, recently
DICK WAGNER, Realty ,; ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA purchased by Mr. and Mrs Joseph Ellzarde of
Miami, from Mr. and Mrs Morton Hackney of
Phone 778-2663 Tampa. Transaction was handled by Ralph Parrishof
2217 GULF DRIVE. BRADENTON BEACH Parrish Realty. Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
I JACK'S BARGAIN BOARDMr.
MMM HMM MMMMMMMV MMMM Hrt B MMMMMMMMM B H MMM H MMM

Choose Your Home in a 1

HomeseekerINTERESTED
Protected Area
IN THE BEST--AT A BARGAIN
PRICE? Here 'tis--A lovely new home on Key
Jew atSEASIDE Royale, with three bedrooms and two baths. "liii
GARDENS Canal at rear. Reduced below cost to$19,400.

Bay Front HomeA

This 'sAPARTMENT dandy two bedroom home with guest room
and double garage. Lovely grounds and nice
view.Owner moving.Will sacrifice at$12,000.
HOMES New canal front home at 622 Concord Lane Key
Gulf Front Tract Royale, built for Mrs. George Clark, formerly of
Are Nearing Completion Peppertree Lane, by the Wm. U. Lee Co., with Key
THREE LOTS, with 100 feet of Frontage from Royale Homes. Inc. the broker In the transaction.
MODELS Gulf to Highway. Priced$13,500.well under market at (ISLANDER PHOTO)


OPEN FOR INSPECTION Here's a Buy

flnna Mara IslandTHE
JACK HOLMES 75-foot wide GULF FRONT LOT. You CAN'T
BEAT this at only $8,5001| Excellent Terms.

REAL TOR JACK MARSHALL Rtdtor GARDEN SPOT of

6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 M &M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria FLORIDA'S WEST COAST
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SOUND_ INVESTMKNT
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; LflRCHOTOflT DMLOPflM[ [ CORPOflflTIOIl 75-foot Canal Lot In a m PLENTY OP GOOD MOTELSHCSTAUftAHT ..

really nice residential Ill *.. TO. S.-AHD
OTHER FACILITIESPLUSSEVERAL
74 7s..t'7.' section. consider this
Ill MILES OF LOVELY

Presents - .t'' to be an exceptional w WHITE SAND 8EACMESI

buy at ONLY 32.7SO.

Ts.
Easy terms If desired.

Call Ralph Parrishor
Peggy Moore
j'jc *.._*...
D '. risl. Rmrity .p

P.O.PI....AMI M.rl..

778-1902. 778-2171
GULF DRIVE I
OPERATIVE n
APAMTMENTKHOLMES
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BEACH
ANNA MARIA ISLAND





MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION NEW WATERFRONT HOMES


R..dr fir \mmd\ml9\ \ OCC..CY tt


FEATURING - -
make way for 1965 model homes

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KEY 10Y ALE HOMES
a.-. ........a-.e. rte.r_. ...1 t..-n...0.1.k. T_F'A Inquire at
t.rw............F raj.. .. bCfr.I.......TV A.rr..
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Rd CUp -- I& TV T"fe O dld.o
.............Ai..d. P... .............- r.a Y.w..s.'T..... office across from WORLD'S FAIR HOUSE
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For Information Contact Robert S. Cobl' ,

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
S.Us M.n...r Ph.... 778-1611
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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday.September 17. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

THE IS HERE .

SPEND YOUR $ $ WISELY r HOLMES g.J..J BEACH WIMI SHOPPING CENTER""' OUTER JUST ARRIVED SPACE F M

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ALSO PENCIL TROLLS
JUST ARRIVED...
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AT HOMELINEN Don't Forget ALL Christmas Cards
New Shipment of Bed Pillows... .
10% OFFSeptember

Priced at $2.49 and dddhr During OnlyClearance
RENTAL 778-1472 up < h "' SAirAt ..J. J.,.. D.ytK....
ON VACATION Also New Rugs..Lamps... 7-:i1

Office Open 9-12 Weekdays Floral Arrangementsand

HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE Gift Items... Sale !III!!

& ; 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
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CALL 778-1771 REDUCED
NIGHT 778-1440 CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
Anna Maria Isla d's Only 1/4 1/3 1/2 Y

Buick LICENSED..Rambl.r-.Dodg.-Dody.CAR DEALER Dart-Plymouth 7'l-afJPed 'c 46a.cd:7? Dne4eed

a 4SeUU
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PHILCOAudio LINGERIE JUNGLE -


CenterTHE In vou rbath roomHolmes ? Sd'te4,4a4 Y

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ISLAND'S It, Sam

MOST COMPLETE STOCKOF Lay- tfefi X. Phone
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Away 778-1161
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Radios Beach G.C. SoCK< I&I "...".......n.w "
TransistorsA.M. Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

coin laundryIN CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCEHA'NDY
F.M. .:t

Clock 1J THE HEART OF THE SHOPPING CENTER DANDYOPEN

Short WaveCOMPLETE
Call 778-2012
+ 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
LINE ;e" e Sd< OF--- Plumbing Contractor ISLAND
Portable SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
5306 Holmes Boulevard
Hi-Fi and Stereo
Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies Pumps Repairs NEW SHIPMENT --
Phonographsas Raffia Straw in all Colors
low as $39.95 SHIFTSsmmedIgeDI ,
Elastic Yarn..Sequins..Beads
ISLAND TV 778-1703 Sa MENS DUNGAREES

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 34 to 42
Q g,. r -Lazo
'BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE :..-..a v-.
A1.Or..NREACH
GET 2nd for $1 MORE

ISLAND VARIETY STORE 771-1021 LIQUOR I STORE
Holmes Beach One-Stop Shopping Center

MOTOROVERROARD Your : Gin Vodka
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? /r / :: Fifth --$2.99- _
eALL-OvT
,o FOR''WXJ, Philadelphia
c s COMPLETETAILORED : 3 for $9.75

+: 1 1notta ,o PROTECTIONFOR .... Q :__..Fifths__ __
CAR.YOUR HOME. YOU'LL <:::' :Busch Bavarian
Old Milwaukee
SEE PERSONALBUSINESS.. LOVE IT'i' Black Label

: I5C A Bottle
(Bay {tea fzswance - : "PHONE"778.2O23

$3.3A
C.unty t r,_ 778-7697 778-1548 fifth : FOR
Cem'
CtNOOtfOtATW) closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon 3 for $9.60. FREE
T.I.ph.a 77S-2022 DELIVERYF4




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