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 24, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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Volume ID: VID00243
Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE VOICE OF ANTf MARIA ISLAND '- ?: ,. 'l i
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672 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1964 TEN CENTS .
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New Islandwid Beaufificafion !
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,, .._ And Improvement ProgramAn

1 ,t informal meeting of repairs and maintenance.
the Island Beautification Genung has illustrationsin
and Improvement Com- building magazines to
mittee was held Monday show how greatly some
evening at the home of comparatively Inexpen-
.
Jitit A. L. Bill" Genung.The sive Improvements to a
Idea of organizingthe property can enhance its
committee and the value.
project it will undertakewas Included in the program
conceived by Genung. arc the planting of trees
r. who is president of the shrubs and flowers;
Island Division of the removal of unsightly vegetation -
1 .J Lt Manatee County Chamberof ; removal of trash !
d.
r .' Commerce.That and improvement of pub-

-- .... ... project is to Improve lic properties roads,
Behind the scenes at the ,,; the appearance of parking lots and similar
new Anna Maria Post .,,''ff;. the entire Island througha areas. Also promotion ofa
Office: 1. Acting Postmaster B-I- art .fitIi.':t widespread and coordi- program of clean-up
*'
Stewart Hawkins y', nated effort of an Island fix-up paint-up and repair -
(left) running outgoing awe 1 + committee. The committee of residences.vacant
mail through canceling is to be composed of properties and business
machine while Sam several subcommittees places.
Adams sorts and pre- with each to concern Itself October was designatedas
pares it for shipping. with one phase of the a period of special
2. View of most of the program.And effort for the accomplish--
working area, with Jim ,;; although the pro- ment of all of these things.
Buckine the post office gram will be to organizeand Tho committee will enlist
custodian (right), hardat ___ to promote the the assistance of all the
work and at the far ______________ beautification of the Island organizations, groups and
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end of room part time ________ by conventional methods. Individuals on the Island:
clerks Alice Adams and 4 It also Includes a some- the municipalities,garden
Helen Wagner. 3. Mrs. i.. what unique approach.That clubs, chamber of com-
Adams attending to the 4 Is to encourage merce. Kiwanis Club real
wants of a young patron property owners to make estate brokers and Investors -
Linda Rasmussen of Holmes Beach. .4. Part of the 1.7OO square feet of floor space, about double the improvements to their merchants property
spacious lobby in the new post office building with space formerly occupied by the office. Private properties as distinguished owners and residents.
Miss Joyce Belcher of Bay Boulevard Anna Maria offices will be in the new south wing of the building, from necessary Carl Scott of Holmes
learning the combination of her new mall box. The as soon as construction is completed, according to repairs or maintenance Beach will act as coordi-
remodeled quarters of the post office provide about owner S. Norman Rosedale. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) as well as the routine nator of ho com m 11 teo. .'
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Power Squadron Mayors Caution Residents B. City Court UNited Appeal Ca. a I

Course October 12 Misuse Of New Trash Four cases at the were session on the of To Start On Island 11.1 1 I

The Anna Maria Island Bradenton Beach City The annual fund-raising Island Welfare Fund;
Power Squadron has announced According to Anna Maria Meyer said all trash on Wednesday Sept. campaign of the United Longboat Key Youth
its first class of and Holmes Beach city picked up on a at which Mayor Henry Appeal of Manatee County Group; Science Hall &
the season In Piloting and officials the new trash Anna Maria this week presided.All will begin on the Island Junior Museum; Volunteers -
Small Boat Handling will pickup service in the two almost immediately four defendants were Thursday Oct. 1. of America; Palmetto -
start at 8 p.m., Monday cities is being misused by terward a large with speeding by Chairmen for the Island Negro Youth
Oct. 12. The course will some residents. tree trimmings and Chief Jim Lindsay. cities are: Mrs. George Center; ManateoSaraaota.
be taught at the squadron Both Mayor Harvey G. trash had been Garry Cantwell of Sara- Tann for Holmes Beach} Retarded C h t 11 i d r e n,and
headquarters at the old Meyer of Anna Maria and there by hired tree William Leavine of Mrs. Lloyd Hanson for United Service Organization -
Cortez School on Cortez Mayor Elmer G. Twist of from the mainland. and Thomas Kltc- Bradenton Beach, and (USO).
Road. Holmes Beach this week trash was moved of Nokomis were fined Mrs. Prank Dobbe for Goal for the 1964-65
No charge is made for asked The ISLANDER to lot on another street each and Garry W. Anna Maria. campaign Is 8-4,763! up
the course; all the instructors publish a notice caution- place where It was also of Nokomis. Each of the three Is now about $2O.OOO from last
and proctorsare ing residents of the two ed.In a bond of $25 actively I recruiting her year.
volunteer members of cities on the use of the separate failure to appear to solicitors who will carryon
the squadron. A chargeis service. both mayors said that swear the charge 01.peedlnM. the door to door cam
made however for the The mayors have pointedout continued abuses of paign In each city.
reference book protractor that no official actionto service would The 24 agencies which
and dividers unless make the pickup a per- its being dl Voters To participate 'In the United
they can be borrowedfrom manent feature has been because at the name Monday Appeal arc Island Youth
former students of voted by the governing that the service has Two unit meetings of the Center; Ilradonton Boys
the course. board of either city. Both used so far. It would County League of Club; i'almettolloysClub; 0
The course will cover have emphasized the fact a truck busy most of Voters Tuesday Boy Scouts of America;
the boating rules and reg- the service now is merely time and neither 29. llradenton Beach Public
ulations enforced by the "an experiment," and ona could afford It. 3)D.One unit will meet at Library; Dradonton Com-
United States Coast Guard "trial basis." When the pickup llradenton Cabana at munity Welfare Council;
and in addition the Florida Mayor Twist cited cases started It was p.m., and the second is Manatee Diabetes' Lay JOHN TAMVIft,
Safe Boating Law will In Holmes Beach where keep the tree meet at the home of Society; Florida' District
be discussed. homeowners have piled and similar trash .. Herbert Boyd 5oO4 Y.M.C.A.; GlrlScoucs; John Tarver of llraden
More than half a million brush and other trash at up at the average Ya St., Holmes{ !leach, Happiness' House; Manatee con Is chairman of this I
persons have taken this the roadside Immediatelyafter but not to remove the 8 p.m. County Nursery year's campaign lie Is I
course from the more a pickup had been bris where a building Mrs. Albert V. Kossa Schools; Oneco Youth president of the South
than 300 local squadrons made on that street. In been razed or a League's chairman of Center; Red Cross (Manatee County Division' of the
throughout the country other cases, lots on which new subdivision I agenda will discuss Chapter; Damon County Chamber of Com-
and are deriving greater tree and other growth of trees and other Surveys and Runyon Cancer Research; merce.
pleasure from safe boat- have not been trimmed or It also was ," in con- Salvation Army; Samoset According to a UA folder -
Ing. With waterways cut in years, have now take the place of the with the study of Teen Club; United Health "livery Good Guy
becoming more crowded been cleared and on some annual pickup which administration of the Foundation; Anna Maria Gives The United Way/
each year. Power Squadron lots several truckloads Marta baa had for. al e e County School
officers urge that all of trash piled up at the year., and Holmes ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
untrained boatmen learnto edge of the street for the for about two years.
operate their boats trash truck to remove. from the amount of Thursday ..... ....,..I
safely and In accordancewith In Anna Maria the same estimated before the The' Manatee County Tww..
established boating problem has arisen in vice was started ." will make U..e'tnlmonthly 1'. 'I ,......
rules of the road. some Instances. MayorIn officials believed' the visit to the :. -' ....m 4 .. lttI
Classes will be held at of the regular land Tbur ad.I Y.Se-pc.24. Sept.I5.-77 S3 SO So 84 ..6Sepe.
8 p.m. each Monday for the course will be Invited would compare It will be at the Anna 16--78 84 82 87 SO None
ten weeks. At the end of to join the squadron. with the Community House y Sept. 17-78 So 82 88 SO None
the course all students Women cannot become pickups. 10 tolli3Oa.m.and Sepc. 18-80 S3 80 86 SO None
who pass the examination squadron members. One of the principal' front of the office of Scpt la .77 83 81 87 81 None
successfully will Further information sons for the service Area Insurance at the Sept.20-78 So 82 87 81 None
be a warded certificates of be obtained by phoning Improve the center in tfolme Sepc.2 I-79 85 80 86 83 NcYongo -..
completion and the men 778-2SSQ. (Continued on Page from noon to 2 p.m.






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ISLANDER Thursday. September 24, 1964

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PROCLAMATION -I


Islander Editoria.ls DRIVE FOR REGISTRATION

FINAL DATE OCTOBER 3. 1964


WHEREAS this is truly a crucial time in the
October Is The MonthOctober j J our country and life 01


Is THE:' MONTH according to the Island .. .".. ; WHEREAS it is necessary that all
Americans
Division of the County Chamber.of Commerce. What r"..;'. ,. ...."", ,' -#::/:.,.. : appreciate fully their heritage freedom and
..'A-' ', the
month? The month to take a forward step In cleaning .'r: ,: :m' . ::tbiC necessity of rededicating themselves to the _
up repairing remodeling repainting replanting or .- vation of basic American principles and preser
till t
whatever will improve the looks of business and :.,:,.r : f
.. residential property all over the Island.An : :" jr WHEREAS it is important that all Americans
Island wide committee of community leaders and ..r .". ." this particular time the occasion to exercise make
prominent residents will head the movement under a'::: privilege denied to all but free people and register the

the sponsorship of the chamber of commerce division ... ... vote in the up-coming elections. to
and will coordinate the beautification efforts of all

Island organizations.In NOW, THEREFORE I, Harvey G. Meyer
addition the committee will provide Informationon the City of Anna Maria. Florida, do hereby proSXSf
all phases of the movement promote the operation this period ending October 3. 1964. as
through the use of posters and other publicity and
the
Who the Island doesn't have longestleggedbirds
says
when requested make: suggestions for improvements. in Florida? (Islander Photo by Talbot Brewer) DRIVE FOR REGISTRATIONand
Division President Bill Genung points out that many
minor Improvements such as those suggested not --
call all citizens of
on Anna Maria to
enhance the annearance of individual properties. register and
only ,2&W
but also the-overall appearance- -f the-entire Island.. S"eKse ( . by THE EDITORIn conscientious vote thereby citizens.IN exercising. that privilege as loyal and

Another result is the raising of the value of the
homes and other properties thus improved. An article Sunday's edition of an area paper appeared some
comment on the recent television program in which WITHESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set
in House and Home a trade magazine for Realtors mv
building contractors and mortgage companies showsan there were some scenes shot in Bradenton.The news- hand and caused the seal of the City to be affixed

example of a property repossessed by FHA. Afterit paper article added that one of the other towns shownon this 17th day of September A.D.. 1964.
". . Greenville Me., a picture Harvey G. Meyer. Mayor
was on the market at a reasonable price for some the program was
time with no buyer some modest planting was done postcard New England community snowed in most of ATTEST:
and decorative shutters added. The house was then the year." This comment--about Greenville's being Frances V. Maxon City Clerk_

sold quickly--for $1,3OO more than the previous snowed in most of the year--Is of course not true.
price I Greenville situated at the southern end of the largest About the Candidates. .
Another area of suggested Improvement is the (Moosehead) lake in New England, is a pretty little
planting of trees--especially in areas where pines community. And after the ice leaves ftfoosehead Lake SCHOOL BOARD--MANATEE COUNTY District 2
have been removed as the result of the December --about the middle of May each year--the weather Salary: $2,40O (Member); S3.60O (ChairmanTermof )
1962 cold weather. The committee will have Infor- Improves rapidly and is fine from early June' until Office: Four years.

mation available about the best species of trees for late in August. (To all our Maine readers--we are
the area sources of supply and methods of planting.And only fooling--honestly). Although the winters in that QUESTIONS: 1. Do you favor minimum educational
October will soon be here I northern state are rugged no part of the state is requirements for School Board members? 2. Wheredo
"snowed in most of the year." you stand on Integrating Manatee County Schools?

The UNited - -
Way . .
As summer gradually turns into fall here on the RAYMOND M. TURNER (Democrat). Age 58. 2401
October also Is the month for the annual United Island we know that many of our readers soon will Manatee venue"West Bradenton.

Appeal fund raising campaign and starting Thursday be returning home for the winter. What this is leadingup EDUCATION High School.
Oct. 1, the house-to-house campaign on the Island to is to remind those returnees to let us know OCCUPATION! Merchant..
EXPERIENCE Forty ,.ar. in bualn.ss.
will begin. when to change their addresses where they want their
Agencies participating in the United Appeal this papers sent. By so doing they will earn the gratitudeof ANSWER 1. It might be desirable but I don't think it
year are: Anna Marla Island Youth Center: Bradenton the young ladles who keep track of the paper's should be required since it is not professional.
Beach Library; Anna Maria Island Welfare Fund; circulation and be assured of receiving their copiesof ANSWER 2. I would support the law of the land and
Longboat Key Youth Group; Science Hall and Junior The ISLANDER each week.A would act in the best interest of every individual.
Museum Boys Club of Bradenton; Boys Club of

Palmetto; Boy Scouts; Bradenton Community Welfare recent letter to a former Island neighbor from ROBERT R. (BOB) BENDER (Republican)Incumbent. .4
Council; Diabetes Society; Florida YMCA Girl Mr. and Mrs. Al Butts who moved to California a Age 45. 1516-18th Avenue West Bradenton. II!
Scouts Happiness House; Manatee County Nursery few months ago after selling their home at the Bay EDUCATION BA. Rutq.r. UnU.r.ltT. Major In Jeura"!! .. W1aor ba
.. Schools; Oneco Youth Center; Red Cross; Runyon end of 71st Street told of a dream Al had a few Psychology Advanced .tudi.. at COU. ol Mlllia- Marl Co.a.r-

Cancer Research Fund; Salvation Army; Samoset nights earlier. A confirmed fisherman when he livedon vation OCCUPATION Couraoa at Newapaper Cornell University w it.r and radio "rdeaat.r (apwt. -.d
Teen Club; Volunteers of America; United Health the Island. Al dreamed he had caught the largest outdoor. ublocta).
Foundation; Sarasota-Manatee Society for Retarded snook on record, and that just about everyone on the EXPERIENCE Four y_ on School Co.Board.radio and For-Ui.lon.rly sports.'4."e.t_-

Children; USO and the Palmetto Negro Youth Center. Island had stopped to ask about it and to see it. Andat -- at door Schea.ctad"director lor. N.Conoral 14 aa.latt Eloctric to DIU St.rn duvets ./ .......... III
This year's goal Is $18".76not too large a sum just about the same time Lowell Snyder.who with National Broadca.tla' Co., .pedal add.OI' to the PLw York S. c-_
when considering the number of problems the money his wife occupies the former Butts home. DID catcha .Walton.__lIon Leaoave Dept.of Fcler A..lc.&(nationalscon..rvaionaOf._L.Suo(t tMat. ...

can solve through the agencies it helps support--all 38-inch. 18-pound snook from the dock at his home I .le. pl'e.Went.
contributing greatly to improving thecommunltylUndismayed ANSWER 1. I believe it best if candidates are judgedon
their merits and abilities rather than to have some

Ie board or administrative agency set up restrictionson

persons running for office.
Following its established custom the St. Petersburg ANSWER 2. I do not feel making an issue oltMs
Times has endorsed a presidential candidate. In an matter by public statements at this time would ben
editorial in its Sunday edition the Times endorsed the best interests of the Manatee County School
President Johnson and gave its reasons for doing so. system.
This endorsement by one of the state's leading - -
newspapers may dismay some or many of Florida's (The above information about the candidates for the
"loyal opposition." but an analysis of the situation Have You Registered? County School Board (District 2)) was furnished by
may help to minimize that dismay. the candidates themselves to the Manatee County

Lacking any false modest the Times calls itself During a recent conversation--some friends who League of Women Voters together with answers to
"Florida a Best Newspaper, and it very well maybe are owners of considerable property on the Island. questions asked by the League).
Just that. By any set standards. it is one of the complained about an action of the governing boardof
state's beat--following for the most part, a liberal the city where they live. After a little questioning

and progressive editorial policy, and displaying no they admitted they did not vote--he because his work BAD POLITICIANS are electedby
hesitancy to "field the hot ones. Only a few months often kept him away from home--and she for reasons
ago It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Its workIn not too clearly explained.

uncovering an unhealthy situation in the top"mis Even more recently, an acquaintance who has lived GOOD PEOPLE--
management of the Florida Turnpike Commission. on the Island a number of years, said he had never
. Despite all that--the Times batting average in the registered to vote since he moved to Florida.

field of political endorsements has been a poor one In both cases the reason seemed to be: "My one WHO DON'T VOTE !
for the past few years. Particularly as regards the vote doesn't count." But in every
percentage of Times-endorsed candidates for the vote DOES COUNT! There are several SeVSampfcS
top-of-tho-tlckct jobs who failed to make the grade. of just how much it counts.

Prior to last May's first primary election for thestate's Only two weeks ago in Palmetto, a city with many The Islander
Democratic nomination for governor, the more registered voters than 11.u.
any of the cities on the An Independent Weekly published. ..ry
Times endorsed Candidate John Mathcwa. In the candidates for the
Sad'a7 city council ended
primary Mathews placed fifth In a six-man field. heat, with 396 votes each, up fcy THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY
Before the second primary, the Times reconsidered runoff election. necessitating a |IsJd f. FloH! "
Just ONE more vote would have 314 Pin Av.n.., Anno. Maria
ita stand and endorsed Candidate Robert King High broken the tie. STEVE KIMBALL
EDITOR .. .___
Mayor of Miami, to upset Candidate llaydon Hums In Bradcnton Beach a few years a I MARGE WM AU
ago. candidate
Mayor of Jacksonville. What happened? That's right. was elected to the city council by ONE Cote. ADVERTISING MANAGER/ Maria,FlorW"TELEPHONE
MAIL ADDRESS P. 0. pox 737.Anna
Burns won by a whopping majority.And Not long ago. the question of a bond Issue for the : : 778-2O2I.
even nearer home--in St. Petersburg--where proposed port at Plncy Point was decided In a
the Times' editorial influence presumably should be way even though those negative
voters who went to the polls SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. S3.3O
greatest--its endorsements of candidates arc not voted In favor of the measure. The vote was per year: $2 for six month.. Canada
" always followed by the voters. About two years ago those who failed to vote at all. because too won by *5 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: ... ....
if memory serves, incumbent Mayor Herman Coldner percentage of the county'a registered voter habeas a $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten N:: .
ran for reelection. The Times actively opposed ballce. percent for slcoeseeutlveln.ertlona q .::
Coldner. candidacy, and endorsed his opponent The final date for registering to U paid by tenth of following month., .
vote In the advertisings
Noy. 3 National or aget+placed
whose us at the moment. What general election' .
name escapes will be
Saturday, Oct. 3. All eligible S1.26< per column Inch. ..
Coldner was reelected' and still la Su Voters<< are -
happened-- urged 10 register on or before that date ttsarns amts .ctfstats 4JI'
Petersburg' mayor, still calmly smoking his pipe. (NOTE: To voce In the general election I CLOSING TIMES NOON. TUESDAY.Entered .
So those of you who do not agree with the Times register at the county court house In Bradenton one must as Second Claaa matter underttee
endorsement of President Johnson-don't take it too at the offices of specially designated deputies. or Act of March 3. 179.
New
IIOl'loualy--the day may come when candidates will Voters are reminded mat to
In
endorse them I also vote a city, one must MAMA TlR II. .....ICIWSPANa
ask the Time NOT to register In the city of reatdrnce. ; COWmrs ONLYTilE -


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September 24. 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 3 1

MAYORS . ...
CAUTION .
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of the eliminate Island by the helpingto small ";; :>; '*:-<&-' o.I..RJ'''*'_. till'\!,,..,'::", .. .. 'rJIt 'z: <.. '- .**,*-.::; '" .'', ."'' .:,: .}. ,

: piles of trash which might .,.. .."
i" otherwise be an eyesore .....
:: for months until the next ...
I semi-annual collection.
Both mayors asked that ....'
residents be reminded the

s collections will be made 'n _- .
'. sM 7 a'a.
.
twice each month but not .. -_ .
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the .. _. ..<<: <
necessarily on same ... ...I. "
day of the week or days of . .: "-.- ..........'j. .: ._".!:...
the month each time but .:::=- ...:_ ........ ..
approximately every ten '=- -=.- ... .. ,
days to two weeks. One of '
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the reasons the Island .... .. -- -:.- .-- -.
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Sanitation Service was -- .. :..s=JA
able to start the pickupwas ..- jI>' -
that it could be doneon "'... -
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i the days of the weekon .-' -
which its work load is
light and those days can- __
not always be _
predicted -
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accurately.They also suggested that ___
in cases where a property
owner has had a lot cleared -
with a resulting large
pile of tree trimmings and
burnable matter the Island -
fire marshal. Leon
Stafford be contacted for
instruction or assistance
about burning the trashon .
the site.

Unitarian FellowshipW.

W. Chaplin of Bra-
denton will address the
Manatee UnitarianUniversalist -
Fellowship ISLAND SCENE by Talbot M. Brewer
at its meeting on Sunday ... -
Sept. 27. Chaplin is a each Sunday morning at
nationally known author the Palma Sola CommunSUBSCRIBE TO
and news broadcaster ity Center with the
and Is a member of the service starting at 10:30.
Fellowship.The All visitors will be wel- THE ISLANDER! I I
FRICIDAIRE
!
Fellowship meets come. .


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THE ISLANDER Thursday September 24. 1964
Pa 4
ge Island last week from Keansburg N. J., where he
AgiAIatatMRS. People... worked for the summer. I
MRS. PETER C. KARR of Bay Boulevard Anna
EDWARD A. HAYNES of Lake View Lane Maria has returned home from Manatee Memorial
Anna Maria is expected to return home at the end of Hospital where she underwent surgery recently.She
this month. She has been in Port Huron Mich. since is recovering well and is ready to welcome visitors
May. For three weeks recently Mrs. Haynes was in
She asks that The Islander extend her special thanksto
Accokeek. Md., "assisting" at the birth of a new
friends
her many good neighbors and members
grandson. Mark Edward Haynes who was born to Mr. of
the
her family for cards plants flowers and
other
and Mrs. Alexander H. Haynes on Aug. 25. .;-. gifts sent her during her illness.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY F. KARR of Bay Boulevard j. MR. AND MRS. JOHN ELLENS of Gulf
Anna have been four months at their Drive,
Maria spending
.;. .. 4 Bradenton Beach and family, have returned from
-
home in the North Lake Thompsonnear I
summer Woods on
.: .- motor trip to Michigan Ohio, Indiana and
..... a TennesI I
will S. .... IL F
Rhinelander Wis. On their home they '
way ..ovM, d. -1 where they visited friends and \
visit their daughter and family in Broadview,111.,and .... #:.:. .....::;:. ....:a. see family.
their son in Elmhurst 111. . -...., .,. MR. AND MRS. LEO MAHAR are leaving for Miami
.
.
this week to spend several days.
.
MR. AND MRS. RICHARD WAGNER of Avenue A, .._.
MR. AND MRS. PETE REYNARD of
Holmes
Bradenton Beach entertained recently at a farewell Beach
party for Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Miller Longboat ;:[ : w,1'fJ' : :;:: x returned Monday from a five-day trip to Jamaica
MR. AND MRS. BOB TAYLOR of Bay Boulevard
Key who have moved to Detroit. Miller was one of . \ : ,; .. ,
w1. have sold their home
Anna Maria
: here and
will
the architects who designed the pavilion at the beachat ::"b'' ';" _
the south end of the Island. He is going to teach at What more pleasant- way: to spend a quiet Sunday move to Wakefield Mass. in a few weeks.HALEY'S .
the University of Detroit. Other guests at the party afternoon than basking In the sunshine on a smooth MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perrinl of
were Mr. and Mrs. T.C.Hayes;Mr. and Mrs. George white Island beach? (ISLANDER PHOTO) Framingham Mass. .. Mrs. Margaret Walker and
Cobb; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hager; Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Mrs. Hazel Thomas of Greenville Ohio. .Thomas
Works; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pratt; Mr.and Mrs. Jack EARL, LLOYD of North Shore Drive Anna Maria DuBois of Tampa.
Tracey; Mr. and Mrs. Nell Garrison; Mr. and Mrs. Is a patient at Manatee Memorial Hospital wherehe ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Don McGee of
Dave Gettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colson; Dr.and is undergoing treatment. Cross City. .Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howe of Tulsa
Mrs. Herbert Boyd; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Me Farland, STUART MACKENZIE son of Col. and Mrs. A. F. S. Okla...Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swanner.Jr.of Apopka.
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dungan.MR. Mackenzie of 56th Street Holmes Beach left Mondayfor EAST O" THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Forth Jr.
AND MRS. JOE MIZEN of Anna Maria who Atlanta to enter his second year at the Georgia and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferguson and
have spent the summer in St. Germain. Wis., are Institute of Technology. family of Fortville Ind. .Mr. and Mrs. C. T.Lewisof
expected to return to the Island early in October. On JAMES E. KARR a warrant officer In the USMC Plant City and daughter. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter
their way home they visited for two weeks in South is serving with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron Geisler of Lakeland and daughter.
Bend Ind. 461, Marine Aircraft Group 26, New River Marine WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
MR. AND MRS. O. E. WILLIAMS formerly of Corps Air Facility Jacksonville N.C.The squadronuses Courtier of Cincinnati.
Atlanta have moved to the Island to make their a twin-engine helicopter nicknamed the "Silly CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel of
permanent home here. They will soon occupy their Willy," because of its resemblance to a dragonfly. Cincinnati.S. .
newly built home on 73rd Street Holmes Beach. Mr. Karr a helicopter pilot for many years with his wife S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
and Mrs. Williams who have been visitors to the and sons visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Robinson of Georgetown Ky. ..Mr. and Mrs. Gibby
Island for many years are the owners of South Karr of Bay Boulevard Anna Maria a few weeks ago. Mathis of Bartow.
Winds Apartments on Gulf Drive Holmes Beach. MR. AND MRS. WALLACE GRAY of Key Royale TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Easter of
DR. AND MRS. RAY GREEN of 56th St., Holmes left this week for a ten-day trip to Jamaica. While Tampa.. .Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fenton of Rexdale
Beach are expected to return to the Island In mid- there they plan to explore the island by car. P. Q. ..Mr. and Mrs. E. Neuschafer of Orlando...
October from Lltchficld, Me., where they have been DAN BAROLO former Manatee High football star E. Stoll of Glenview 111.
for the summer. They will visit friends along the left a few days ago to enter his senior year at Vanderbilt ALEX APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zan-
way on their return trip. They report that Augustand University in Nashville Tenn. Denice Barolo zalari of Metuchen N. J., and family. . Mr.and Mrs.
early September have been unusually cool in his sister left over the weekend for Deland where Joseph Alex of Orlando.. .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wille
Maine. she will be a member of the Junior class at Stetson of Eustis and their niece from Germany.
MR. AND MRS. GERALD SPENCER of East Tawas University. They are the son and daughter of Mr. HARBOR MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Mich., have recently moved to the Island to occupy and Mrs. Louis Barolo of Bradenton Beach. Breckley of LIGHTS N. J. .Mr. and Mrs.GeorgeA.
their new home at 509 -71st Street Holmes Beach. MRS. FRANK HALEY of Gulf Drive Holmes Beach Snellgrove Sr. of Bergensfield N. J. .Mr. and
Mr. Spencer soon will join the staff at the Beach sailed from New York Sunday aboard the Queen Mrs. C. A. Rltinour of Fort Wayne Ind.. .Mr. and
Liquor Store. Elizabeth for a month's tour of Europe. She will Joina Mrs. E. G. Ensign of Detroit. .Mr. and Mrs. John
MR. AND MRS. D. H. CLAY of Anna Maria are group in England and travel in France Germany Dean of Gainesville. .Mr. and Mrs. William Rice
expected home soon from a summer in Michigan. Switzerland and Belgium. Mr. Haley returned to the of Clearwater.

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- Thursday. September 24, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 5 ;


leis C. Chapman 19 V!
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R. Ferguson. . 1S3 t: :

al ai BCM/Ilt! Leagues MillerHIGH SERIES(MEN) I ,t..'
am m* A** L. 585
ie B. Guild 5S3 1c
R. Ferguson 519C.
s.s Chapman 513: 4
F. Davidson 509 _LISP I Ir
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE D. Connlck SOS
ofr First place Anna Maria City Pier R. Schuchard 499 c
won all four points In Its match with F. Moc 496 t
Linen Rental Service In laland Mixed C. Bower 490 f
League bowling action Friday evening. H. Meyer 488 .
High scores In the match were Lefty . .
e.m MUler.210-S85.andPbylUaChapman. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
192. Chick Chapman. :313.: Linen Rental Schuchard Plumbing -U .
3- Other scores were Bayou Marina 3. Connick'a TV B % K Hardware 1
Dick Wagner Realty 1. (Pat Geyer. Island Furniture Island Pharmacy N 1.1 1
187. Jo Safford. 429; Dick Wagner. Bayou Marina Island Trader
ni 17O-462). Island Marine Supply A.M.City Pier .
Connlck's TV 3. Schuchard P.umbDick Wagner Realty Sand Baring aft I ._ .
1. (Dick Conntck. .79Bob # # #
ch Guild. 2O4-383K ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE I
laland Furniture 3. Sand Bar 1.(Roy Bayou Marina won all four points In Ij Ij j
Ferguson 183-519:Byron Arkebauer. Its Island Bowling League match with
-d. 190. Ernie Schmidt 49O. Webb's Island Pharmacy at Rip Van j
illof leland Trader 3. Island Marine Sup Winkle Bowladrome Monday evening. I
ply 1. (Bob Relnel. 180-47-4; Frank High scores In the match were Gary
Moc. 189-496). Wagner 186-32O. and Bill Thlbodeau.
Webb's Island Pharmacy 2. B ft K 2. 200-315.
(Frank Davidson 206-509; Clayton Other scores werei Cray's Econo-
nd Bower. 190-490). . wash 4. Ro.er Men's Club 0. (Wally l
as Gray. 189. Charlie Weaver 481;Dick
LEAGUE STANDINGS Wiggins 189-497).
Anna Marla City Pier .1 Schuchard Plumbing "laland Bank O.
of B k K Hardware 8 (Bob Adair. 20O. Byron Arkebauer.
Bayou Marina 7 544; Frank Davidson 173-471).
;3, Sand Bar 7 laland Marine Supply 3. Bay AreaConnick's t
ca. TV Service 7 Insurance 1. (Frank Moc. 201. Hugh
Island Marine Supply 6 Holmes 5...; Lloyd Hanson.18O-314).
r fr. Dick Wagner Realty 5 Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3. The
nd laland Furniture Center 5 ISLANDER 1. (Earl Carter 221-333;
. Linen Rental Service 4 Ken Fellows 177-484).
/,.
er Webb' Island Pharmacy 4 Builders 2. (Ben Conlon. 214-570;
Island Trader. . 4 Aaron VanOstenbrldge.. .200-511). I.

nk HIGH GAMES(WOMEN) LEAGUE STANDINGS
p. Chapman 192 Bayou Marina 7
P. Geyer 187 Island Marine Supply 7
of D. Warner 177 Tropical Vista 6 .. ts* "
N. Torgeson 167 Bay Area Insurance S f !
W. Miller 167 VanOatenbrldge Builders S
-ny B. Schmidt 161 Gras Econowash 5 n
p. Hottman 134 Schuchard Plumbing 4
, .
by B. Carter 133 Island Pharmacy 3
J. Safford 152 Pete Reynard's Restaurant :I '"t,
D. Davidson 146 The ISLANDER l
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of Roser Men's Club I
le. HIGH SERIES(WOMEN) leland Bank 1
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. . D. Warner 433 TOP TEN GAMES
W. Miller 429 E. Carter 221 :
J. Safford 429 B. Conlon 214 r __
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mrs.- 421
p. Chapman E. Carter 210

: N.P. Hottman Torgeson 41S 416 A.F. Mac VanOetenbrldgeB. 201 200 ...... i. c: ; .; 4f: -

lie p. Geyer 412 Adalr 200 * * * .
B. Schmidt 399 B. Thlbodeau 200 B. Guild 523
Isge D. Davidson. . 361 B. Arkebauer 193 G. Wagner 520 Save with
/
R. Haynes 193 R. Phtlupa 517

"indind L. Miller HIGH GAMES (MEN) 210.B. Arkebauer 191 L. Stafford 517 U.S. .(,,4t S'+ ..L r te o4';_..in.

F. Davidson 206 TOP TEN SERIESB. NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
B. Guild 204 Conlon 37O Bayou Marina Schuchard Plumbing Savings ;
hn R. Schuchard 202 E. Carter 333 Tropical Vista KOMC Men's Club .
> 199 544H. laland Island Marine
B. Arkebauer H. Holmes Pharmacy
iceS Meyer 199 B. Arkebauer 344 Bay. Arcs Insurance Island Bank Bonds Interesting waterside scenes by The ISLANDEK'i

C.P. Moc Bower 189 190 T.P. Mac Edwards 323 323 Gras P tR e ynards Econowash VanOatnbrld The ISLANDER * * * roving photographer Reno Rcdon.

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Page 6 TIlE ISLANDER ThurSdaY September 24. 1964CHURCHES


LEGAL NOTICE High Twelve Club Episcopal WomenThe

The Island High Twelve Episcopal Church-

: t ST. BERNARD MISSION The BOARD Board at OP Commissioners EQUALIZATION of the Club will hold its regular women of the Church of

City of Anna Marta Florida will sit weekly luncheon meetingat The Annunciation will
. (CATHOLIC) as a Board of Equalization at the .I.IY
, R.... Francis F. W.l.mlll.rMASSS regularly scheduled meeting of the the Holmes Beach Yacht meet at the church on
, Board at Commissioners, to be held Club at noon Thursday. Thursday. Oct. 1. The
I SUNDAY. & 10 am
the
at Anna Maria Community House
WEEKDAYS! .8 am at 7i3O p.m..Monday.October 3.1964. Sept. 24. A business ses- meeting will open with the
HOLY DAYS .8 am & 8 pm to hear complaints on tax assessments A sion is scheduled with a service of Holy Communion -
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- of the City of Anna Marla.PRANCES .
.. WEDNESDAYS 9l3O pm V.MAXON possible surprise by pro- at 9 a.m. The Rev.

I Horve/y Memorial ChurchNonD.nominatlonal City Clerk gram chairman Louis Gerald K. Lowe rector of

( ) UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Mack.At the church will speak on

Bradenlon Beach the next meeting on "The True Function of a

R.... A. W. Simtns payment required Thursday. Oct. 1. a ladies Christian Church," after
SUNDAY 8 lines-$1.00-50* minimum day is planned with the which there will be a brief

9l3O am Sunday School Beautiful. Bay From.. 2 Bft.Terrazzo. speaker to be B. D. Liv- discussion of plans for the
Large Carport Utility room plus
,| Christian Scletce Service Efficiency Apt.. woutside ent. All ingston of Sarasota, Holly Berry Bazaar to be

\ A. M. Community House) Furnished. Paved, St. See 1 .It. now M.! Buy District Deputy Grand held on Nov. 20.

t SUNDAYS Blvd J.&sultl. Master of the Florida

9tOO am Sunday Service Shop. Jurisdiction of F&AM.A first president of the Island -
: Florida
t Victory Road. tllenton. Open
all day Phone 722-41 SI. Masonic fifty-year pin High Twelve Club.
I ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH
APAHlML.r4l i-UK KU..N1. iZECpTFf will be presented to E. He also served a term as
.
R. L. Ratlifl. Pastor Only--No Children. Close to Anna 1
l FRIDAYl Maria Shopping. Area. Large well. Delos Wetmore of Key president of the State of

i. SUNDAYS 7t3O pm D.acon.* Meeting dinette kept grounds.kitchen Living fc bath.room Yearly bedroom.basis lr Royal Drive. Holmes Florida High Twelve or-

8l4S am Sunday School $SO per mo. Jack Marshall Realtor r Beach. The presentationwill ganization.All .
lOlOO am Worship Service M M .n'.dS"' Anna M rU. 7711-26 1 4.MUiiitHSi .
be made by Dr. Har- Master Masons are
St3O pm Concord Choir Excellent care tot your The Island Kiwanis Club celebrated its twelfth
old Pierce of invited to attend the
6l3O pm Worship Service baby In my home while you work.Five Bradenton spe-
7I3O pm Youth Fellowship days a week. Louise Akin.. 2O8-56thl birthday last week at a dinner at the Holmes Beach Past District Deputy cial ladies day meeting
TUESDAY >Jll>fT?!'. nt* Yacht
Club. The giant birthday cake is supportedby
Grand Master. and to their wivesor
7tOO pm Church Choir FOR SALE 95 It. on Canal bring
WEDNESDAY 72nd Se.--M.OOO; Blmlnl Bay Lots Erik Anderson club president (right), and Col. Wetmore is a thirty- other guests. Master
7lOO pm HA, GA, Sunbeams7lOO priced for quick sale] Gulf Front.
Sidney G. Brown elect. The Kiwanis
president
pm pray.r M..UnQ 9IO.OOO; 77th St. Canal $4.()()(); 73th third degree Mason and Masons also are invitedto
St. Canal. J3.5OO; 73rd St.. 3000. emblem on the cake was executed in gold and blue was the organizer and the all other club meetings.Gary's .
Ross. Memorial ChUl'chHon.Dlno"I JN. B. PROTHERO. Ref Real Estate icing and reportedly took six hours to complete.
6 ..
Broker I II -.SI at Street. J-"'
( ) '&:. K KUUNU t"KUt'I.K 1 Y MAIN- (Islander Photo by Ed Bauman)
.
R... metiers1 K. Wieelne TENANCEt MOWING. TRIMMING. Sunland Garden Center
Peeler EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL
THURSDAY ISHED. WINDOWS WASH ED ft OILED.
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE
3130 pm Raser Choristers PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus 5307 GULF DRIVE HOLMES BEACH
4tOO pm Cantus Choir REASONABLE RATES--References. ,
7l3O pm Senior Choir KEN FELLOWS PHONE 778-2894
SUNDAY. skier 4W P,M. 3IO-"Vh ST.. H. n. a & 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE We Will Have
9tOO am Worship Service FOR RENT* FURNISHED IIOML. In CALL 778-1771
IQtOO am Sunday School Holmes Beach by month or year.
4.7 pm Sunday School Picnic alKiwanie 3 BR. 2 [lath.. Alr-Condltloned. Cull NIGHT 778-1440 Petunias by September 28th
Park Bradentan -Vlew.! Call 7711.11.' !'
7lOO pm Youth Fellowship WAN J LU TO BUY.Cold. All U. 5. Coins.; COMPLETE: NOME: REPAIR & YARD SERVICE
MONDAY Currency or Foreign Coins ofany Anna Maria Island's Only
7lOO pm Bar Scout Troop 7 Country or old Medals. Tokens, CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER
etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403
Church of Th. Annunciation 14th St. W. Ph.747-2516. LICENSED CAR DEALER FREE Control
(Episcopal) FOR ;5AL.L.: < Dayfront 5 a won 4ij0u i-oc Mosquito Spray
75ih St., $'.000. Beautiful corner
R.". Gerald K. Lowe, Rector Lot. 76th ft Palm Dr.. Ducking ft Bulck..RambUr--Dodg...Dodgo Dart.-Plymouth
THURSDAY .Beach Privileges.. $1.3OO. Four Lot. CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON
9lOO am Holy Eucharist close to Anna Maria .eor... 52 ml 45.
I lash SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY fl.AM each. Illmlnl Bay canalfront. Ride The Island Bus
8iOO... Holy Eucharist (1.00O up. Mahar Really. 77th ft Gulf
IOI3O am Family Eucharist & trlv> Itolm.' I3.ach. Call 7711.11 S9.
Sermon Church School I-UH ::' LI.IJU.u>cn J-oJin KubWFDouble SIX ROUND TRIPS' PROM
f Bed Mattress ft Inner Spring. DRADENTON DAILY
{ Islonal Chapel Only 18 months old. Side rails Included. -
Longboat /S0. Call 775-5636.
EXCEPT SUNDAYS
(NonDenominational. ) FOR"RI".NTr..Munu,. _..on.or year.Two BIG SAVINGSWITH
FRIDAY -Bedroom house at H3-79th St.. 45* ..,. Me Ro- el Trio
10.00 am Prayer Croup Holrnfe tt;teach. I'hony 77B.7Q|.
t SATURDAY CARTFUL URivLR wllh Chaulfeur'eLicense BUILDER OF HOMES
j ||3O pm Choir Rehearsal and In.ur.ne.-MWIII Drive PITTSBURGH PAINTS
Houses suitable for Island
SUNDAY. You or Your Car Anywhere--Anytime.
9tl5 am Church School Reasonable Rae... 'hune 7711.1'Wft. climate and conditions.
1170.0 Adult Lecture Group (.u n Supplies-Stamp 5u|>|>Iiea.Alao Remodelina.. Addition &
11IOO am Warship Service A Ser- Coins e. Stamps bought ft sold. We Reoolrs. Trustworthy o VOTEWINNINGVALUES

moni "When.. You Wond.r What Cod pride ourselves,,,. In paying lOp prices estimates. Vi.....
fe L.4. for clean co ft stsmps.Open all day
NORMAN ROSEDALE
Sunda,.. Weekdays after A p.m.Phone
72 .41'1. or Wrliet P. O. Bas 405. Anno Maria 778.1"0SPECIAL
Gloria Del Evangelical Rllenton. Fla. Drive North on 301 to
Lutheran Church Victory Camp. Turn left on Victory
1'na4 until you'' see elan.15UANUL.H !
ft.... Uesler M. u... Peeler 'MUTO3 I Aa*service IO
THURSDAY our reader. wo can offer a Sal Dare The Ruth -
7I3O ps Sunday School Stall enlargement c4 any picture appearing 100 BRAND NIW
...Un. i" The (.ANOfl" 'nrOfltyll.2".ach."UK .
SUNDAY HUNri:; 2 DR-ome. blec. It It. DRIFTWOODLAMPS limited t time
( only)
llS em Sunday School L...porch overlooking Cult. Rose M.
lOtJO am Worship Service Jackson :MO K. Fern St.. A.M.Phone
New Sunder School teachers. Tampa JH- 77 ._ Ready Sept I* From the rock-bound coast of Maine to the sunny slopes of
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Daily 8-8-Sunday 9 1:30 & 4 6:30 I 5345 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach

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REAL ESTATE I



Are You Looking? . -. ,
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George Wagner REALTYISLAND :',

SHOPPING CENTER '.,,'.)i a ,4"'

ONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA
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Looking For A Business ss iti1 --I


ON THE ISLAND?


Write or Talk to US

[About Our Exclusive ListingsFOR Y.QA _

SEASONAL RENTALS WRITE US EARLY

DICK WAGNER, Realty M

Phone 778-2663
Home at 868 North Shore Drive. Anna Maria which
2217 GULF DRIVE. BRADENTON BEACH has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs J. R. Jessce
of Bartow from Peter S. Harllcc of Palmetto. The
transaction was negotiated by Gertrude Blassingame.
Choose Your Home in a
Realtor of Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Protected Area ".

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HOMESAre (Upper picture) Home at 214 Periwinkle Plaza Anna
Maria which has been purchased by Mra. Edith
Nearing Completion Schaldenbrand of Holmes Beach from Mr. and Mra.
Thomas Varnum. Transaction was handled by Ralph
MODELS Parrish of Parrish Realty Anna Maria.
Lower picture) Duplex at 30th Street and the Gulf
__ __Jd u r7 Holmes Beach purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs.
OPEN FOR INSPECTION Clyde Goebel of Uradenton from Mr. and Mra. Jack
Home at 409 Pine Avenue. Anna Maria which has Moorman formerly of Holmes Ucach. Dick Wagner
been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. David li. Estevezof Realtor, of Uradenton Ucach. was the broker In the
JACK HOLMES Tampa from Mrs. Janie Whitehead Largo.Jack transaction. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
Marshall. Realtor, of Anna Maria was the Belling
REALTOR broker. The property has been in the Whitehead
family since the mid-192Os. and at one time the JJ Coming To Florida?
6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1646 Whiteheads operated the Anna Maria Post Office in
a building on the property. (ISLANDER PHOTO) WE HAVE . .
That Canal Front Home of Exceptional Value
3 Olt, :2 Maths 2-car garage, extra screened
WANTED TO BUY .ctt patio. AND--with all these extras drapes &
Lot .* A Ho". N..11.y rugs, water softener refrigerator, garbage
I'Op.lr.Mu.t b.' ,....w.bl.' disposal, washer. All on a beautifully landscaped -
L UIBCHfflODT DMLOPflM[ ] COfiPOflflTIOn 6r.k.r lot. JUST REDUCED IN 'RICHII
V.Haw.cht
Otto
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4304 GULP DRIVE Irs.;

7" 'l..J 1m' Winter Rentals Now Available

14'd 1 '* $600 Up At Seasonal Rates
Presents
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WORLD'SFAIR GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR

OQUIHA BUILDING PHONE nl.I]]]

1.. Y sisuen J. DUDLEY ......'-..._771.2114

HOUSEAnd ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA

ocher Model Home

OPEN DAILY _c JACK'SBARGAIN

AT |KEYROYALS IOARD


CO.OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS GULF DRIVE Anna Maria Duplex

C.w .wloluw o-...., Clone to leach and Fishing Piers thin
..-......-.......-... WEEK DAYS Property has a good rental hlatory--but--
10to5 my advice la l to add a screened porch to
HOLMES BEACH
each apartment and you will then have a
ANNA MARIA ISLAND SUNDAYS dandy Investment. It In completely furnished
1 to 5 with an extra S2.0OO loc thrown In--CratUI
All for Only J1O.3OO. We can arrange terms.

Front Cottage
NEW & MODERNI! Bay
A TOP LOCATION In Anna Maria. Sea walled
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION Let us show you, this Lot. Nicely FurnUhed. A first claaa rental
, almost finished home property for Summer 4 Winter. Term can
under construction. U be Arranged. Only 13300.
you are Interested at
this stage, you may Key Royale
FEATURING choose your own color
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.scheme. liR,2Ilaths.LARGE SMrUJce--Key Royale Home. This new home
ENCLOSED has three bedroom, two batha, central heat

coo.... hts. ...c.u 0..e .......w.au..0..__ ..awe c--a: .- AIr fL3..111...... FLORIDA Room Canal and air conditioning. Properly stands owner
0.. T...B.*...A......- .. ....c-e... Mc oa............ C'-.I AY ca- -"--.01..1 Lot. Air Conditioning J22.OOO I'LOS--ra be sacrificed at 19400.
V--.. "laT.h. 4, Pwtiee :::= L W.WI.tears-s.. AA.llr.l--...t... -.-. it Central Heat.A LOT SHE MIJ FOR FULL DETAILS.

L.-.........cs..... r.......A..t..M 1..-n.. O.c.Y. T__r---.Tti--1 OF HOUSE li PRICED Canal Front LotA
: r.... .....f./.w. c......... Au-4-----I ......TV Ft.aly -- to sell UNDER$17.OOO.
;:r .....a..av 4 c-- TV_.T.a."-...O.wc.O.w Esclu.ivc--willuD-
.. p....0 A s..4 reel ti..f-b-. r........- /.A..... operate. Dandy Canal Front Lot--73 ft. Wide and
..w..u ,.._... e._..I." ru..r.. ....lV"t- a .. ,wr. .. ca0-. Cloe to I1HACII Excellent NeUhborhood.
rZ-.. c.r. s-.Iw .r.....a-r.-.r u....tl_ -........ Call Ralph Parrishor Will Sacrifice for 13.OOO. with Only $3OO
Peggy Moor Down and the balance at f5O per month.


For Information Contact Rob.rt S. Cable, Parish Risky JACK MARSHALL K.dt# .r

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Sal.s Monag.r Phone 7781611 MAM B H4hifl 77214 Anna Maria
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8 TilE ISLANDER Thursday.September 24. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH ;

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PHILCOAudio Y fEW cf.J-J} Wl l t1'L ."" DOY7Wil/TI

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
LAST CALL-just 6 days left
CenterTHE JUST ARRIVED...
10% OFF

New Shipment of Bed Pillows... let
ISLAND'S ? el c a4 ea'zdd

MOST COMPLETE STOCKOF Priced at $2.49 and up dddhr September only

t. w SIW"f'(7 ,, -Jottm".'..-
--- Also New Rugs..Lamps... :

I Radios Floral Arrangementsand

,- TransistorsA.M. eeeaicucce Sate eo1.teeYae4BwRGAINS

w Gift Items...
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Clock d STofeel

Short WaveCOMPLETE =a '
a ...v y.. DRESSES -
LINE _,.-r. SWIM SUITS -

OF--- SPORTSWEAR -

Portable SHIFTS

Hi-Fi and Stereo
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Phonographsas ., ti Lay- feV.. & Phone

low as $39.95 Away 778-1161
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Plan ._
ISLAND TV 778-1703
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Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort


CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
We are NOW A1STOP .

Bank _j S>J._ HANDY DANDY

take of ALL ,,..... Lanaree County Water_ ;
we can care Company OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

your banking needs (INCOKTOtATlD) EVERY DAY
Telephone 778.2022Call ISLAND
SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
k a'-' 778-2012

THEY ie. e Scludcland LINEN RENTAL 778-1472

CHECKING ALL Plumbing Contractor ON VACATION

POINTTO 5306 Holmes Boulevard Office Open 9-12 Weekdays

Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies. Pumps, Repairs
THE
MAKE YOUR VERY OWN---
SAFE PPosR RIGHTRIGHT SHIFTS-sm-med-lge Now in Stock--BEATLE KITS

Sale! MENS DUNGAREES for PAUL RINGO

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34 to 42
o $1781020BEACH
LAu+ TO BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE c# -&v., ...
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OUR GET 2nd for $1 MORE
I HOME LOANS
BANK ISLAND VARIETY STORE 77S-1021 LIQUOR STORE
Holmes Beach One-Scop Shopping Center


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..ALLOurCOMPLETE Enjoy
FOR YOU
I [Headquarter
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TAILORED f SERIES
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CAll HOMe.PCRSONAL. Beverages SummerRefreshers
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9 AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTION
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(Ron) Phone 778OO23 (Bill)
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