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: October 1, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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The IslanderTHE




VOICE OF AmA MARIA ISLAND

Where Life Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good of PKY: LIBRARY

ELA-HISTOR ft r

No. 673 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER I, 1964 TEN CENTS


New Anna Maria Police Chief I.
Plans For ProposedKey
The Anna Maria City in Longboat Key. He wasa
Royale Golf Commission at a special patrolman there four
,
Fr meeting last week named years and chief for the
Course RevisedSome Charles 'Chuck Stowers next three years. For the

revisions in the of Longboat Key as the past year,he has operated
for proposedKey -- -- --- kI --
plans the '
Royale Golf and ': .; I

Country Club have been .ti. F I I
made according to an .

announcement made this 1 :::
week. .r
Merrill Tritt. chairman .w "t.v

and C. E. Brewer trea-
surer of the committee
organizing the club said

the changes in plan were
due to two new develop- CHARLES SToweRS GORGE! JORDANa

ments. city's new chief of police. security patrol and detective -

These were that the com- Stowcrs. who Is begin agency.
mittee did not feel there r 'hiws his new duties Thursday lie Is a member of the

was enough land availablefor succeeds as chief GeorgeF. International Associationof
a good nine-hole Jordan of Oak Avenue Chiefs of Police; the
course. After some dis- u who has held the post for Florida I Police Chiefs'Association
cussion with the officersof more than eight years. ; the Florida

Key Royale.Inc..it was In July,Jordan submittedhis Peace Officers Association -
decided by that companythat resignation to become and the National I
it would sell to the effective Sept. I. ordan.s Police Officers Associa-
golf club a strip of land reason for resigning was tion of America.

in addition to that decided 4wM ; r .at that he felt he had reached Although his salary has
upon originally.The ,l k% retirement age. not been announced it Is
additional strip is Stowcrs. 58. is married understood he will start
210 feet wide by 810 feet and lives in Longboat Key work at a salary of $35O
long and fronts on Key but expects to move to per month. The city will
Royale Drive for the entire Anna Maria soon. Ho is supply cruiser and some
810 feet.This parcel a native of Massachusettsand other equipment and two
which is approximatelyfour Former Island Chamber of Commerce Chamber of Commerce of which the attended school in uniforms.

acres, would be soldto Information center building moved Island Division Is a unit. Building was Needham Heights and Jordan furnished his own
the club at a "reason- this week to a new location in Palmetto moved to the Island approach to the Norwood. cruiser on a lease arrangement -
able price." where it will be used for the Anna Maria Bridge two years ago and From 1940 to 19SO, he with the city.

The committee felt that same purpose--as an information and operated as an information center fora was in the United States Mayor Harvey 0."-teryer
with the acquisition of the welcome center for motorists leavingthe year. Picture was taken from end of Army serving in Europefor said Tuesday the city had
additional land a nine- U. S. 19- 41301 Interchange. It Anna Maria Bridge with experimentallens. seven years attachedto purchased the car used by
hole course could be built will be operated by the Manatee County (ISLANDER PHOTO) the oaken of the provost Jordan. The car.equipped
marshal. He was honor- with short wave radio and
; which had one par five
three par fours, and five Islanders Named Officials Of Heart AssociationTwo ably discharged as first other police gear la abouta

par three holes. The site lieutenant. year old. Jordan turnedit
also would have sufficientarea Island residents Beach was elected presi- campaign chairman of theassociation's Stowers has had ten in on the purchase of anew

to build a good put- have been named officialsof dent of the organization'sboard fund drivein years" experience in law car. and the city Is
the Manatee County of directors as of Manatee County to take It from the
ting green but not enough enforcement work seven to purchase
space for a driving range. branch of the Suncoast July 1 of this year. The place in February.The years of which ho served dealer.
Another major change in Heart Association.Dr. Rev. H. C. Benjamin of Suncoast Heart .
plans is that the minimums John H. Deam of 2O9 75th Street Holmes Association has as its
toe k subscription has 603 -72nd Street. Holmes Beach has been appointed territory the counties of MUST
Pincllas. Manatee and VOTERS
been increased from$200
the Bradenton Beach Court Fines $175 Sarasota. During the past BY
to$500. Although committee year alone the associa- REGISTER\
feels $15OOOO
could be raised in stock Estreated bonds plus Robert W. Ausburn and tion Itself has awarded
subscriptions under the fines assessed by Mayor Michael H. Smith both of nearly $42.OOO in grants 3
for research and study. OCT
present plan there would Henry Meunier at last Tampa; Lars Hansen of
result of such
One direct
have been at least 350 week s Bradenton Beach Sarasota and James
Overstreet of Palmetto grants allows the the new'heartpacer"
memberships.At City Court totaled $175. '
the estimated rate of Mrs. Louvaine Jordan all charged with speeding operationto ELIGIBLETO
estreated their bonds of be performed at the BE
at least an average of two of Bradenton Beach was TO
players per membership fined $5 for speeding. $25 each. hospital In Gainesville VOTE \N\
whereas at one time. It
All charges were broughtby
there would have been Carl Hufnus of Braden
with reckless Police Chief James could be performed only
700 ton.charged
approximately playing .
members plus guests. Anineholecoursecould driving was fined $"0. Lindsay. (Continued on Page, 4)PROCLAMATION IMOVGENERAL 3
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with allowing
not Charged
possibly accommodatethat dogs to run at large.Mrs. :
number of players Gladys Arkcbaucr paid a
according to committee fine of $5. She lives in TIONI
members. Holmes Beach. ELJ
Beautification
Therefore the committee James Knuckles of Ven- Drive For
s 3s
feels that the revision ice was fined $15 on a
WHEREAS, a concerted effort I.! being made I
In the plans for the course charge of speeding. toward beautifying NEW RESIDENTS OF THE COUNTY WHO ARE
make It much more fea- Henry O. Wilkes was by all Island organization TO REGISTER AND VOTE ARE
and
which live, QUALIFIED
fined $10 for violations of I the communities In we
sible. REMINDED THAT TO VOTE IN A GENERALELECTION.
Further informationabout city ordinance 25. for his 9a cleaning' painting SUCH AS THE ONE ON NOV.3rd.
such efforts aa
obtaina WHEREAS
alleged failure to
the course may be 9.s mowing and ONE MUST REGISTER ATTIIB COURT IIOUSH.
obtained by contacting city permit todoplumb- repairing, replanting vacant EVEN THOUGH ONE ACTUALLY VOTES IN
work. ..s removal of debris and dead tree from
ing
Tritt or Brewer. lots or unoccupied premlaea. Is ncceaaarylnorder illS OWN CITY. TIIB REGISTRATION OFFICE

_ Island Power Squadron MeetingCourse L* to accomplish the dealred reaulta. and WILL HE OPEN 9 to 5, SATURDAY.OCT.3rd.

The regular monthly Sponsored by the IslandPower 9
meeting of the Island Squadron,a course 3 WHEREAS your city governments are
Power Squadron will be in Piloting and Small Boat making every effort to Improve the public
held at the old Cortex Handling will begin at 1.1 facilities In the interest of the entire com ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

School at 8 p.m., Thursday 8 p.m.. Monday. Oct. 12. 11 munity. ..*.. ..,.I.II I IT
1. The officersof It will be taught at thesquadron .
Oct. II THEREFORE. We the Mayor of Anna ....
.
the squadron urge all headquarters at NOW. and Holmes Beach, T..l .......
members to be present. the old Cortex School on 61 Marl Oradenton Beach auch an effort and H.... A pw MI KSepe.22
Cla.sea111 do hereby heartily approve
business session will Cortex Road. 9
A of October 1964 aa 7* 87 SO 89 SO None
each even do proclaim the month --
item on be held Monday Ii
be the principal
All ing for ten weeks. At the Beautification Month for Anna Maria IaUnd Sept.23--76 86 83 87 8O None
the meeting agenda. 1 77 87 80 89 80 None
and end of the course all ,r SlE Scpc.24--
Instructors proctors C. Meyer 19 82 89 82 .1
Harvey 5ept.257a
who the final
who will assist in the fall students P"
Piloting and examination successfullywill E Henry Meunler Sepc.26--76 88 82 88 818O .2
Small courae Boat in Handling will be awarded certificates Elmer C. Twist Sept.27-79 87 84 87 .2
this 28th of September.1964. 28 -79 87 85 88 81 NoIMtYongo
be on band for the meet in*. : of completion. No i Dated Day Sept. -

Coffee and doughnuts. will charge made to anyone VW.V.. .._,
be served. for taking the course.



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TilE ISLANDER Thursday October 1.1901| I

2 -, ...

About the Candidates. -t I Boyd On Annexation j

...
I Wilbur Boyd Florida State Representative
COUNTY JUDGE ." ,: "'.' r Manatee County, this week reaffirmed his from

for that he is unalterably opposed to statement
services
Salary: $15,950, plus $3,800 as f annexation of
;,",'"i(" '\ area by any municipality by legislative aCt. He any
Juvenile Court Judge Term of Office: 4 Years "During the past six years that It has been said;
privilege to represent Manatee County in the ? mp
QUESTIONS: S Legislature there have been several Florida
s In our local propOsed
1. IN THE PLANS FOR THE NEW JAIL WHICH PLAN DO changes government. These propOsal
1 I at various times have been submitted by (a)several:?
YOU FAVOR FOR THE DETENTION OF JUVENILES? t municipalities here In our county; (b) the Board!!

2. SHOULD THEY BE HOUSED IN A SECTION OF THE County Commissioners and (c) organizations a2

JAIL OR SHOULD THERE BE A SEPARATE *I Individuals interested In the welfare of our ?
.. "The first proposal related to local COunty'
BUILDING ERECTED? that I received after election government
my In

r ,..... ... '" ..., '.. \\i i proposal by the officials of the City of Bradenton 1958 M
.
PARTY J change the annexation laws for their city. At IU
DEMOCRATIC
r time the law under which Bradenton operated caiS

for a favorable vote by two-thirds of the
Dismisses H.B. Case
Court Again voting in an area proposed to be annexed people
before
ROBERT A. RICKEY (Incumbent), Age 41 could be the
Circuit Court Judge shall had failed to showa area annexed. The City of Bradenton

5207-22nd Ave. W, Bradenton, Florida Robert E. Hensley Tues- proper cause of action. through its officials proposed a bill which provided

EDUCATIONS John B.Stetson University. LLB day dismissed an action After Tuesday's hearing that if a majority of the people voting in an area
would voted yes then that area could be
by a group of Holmes Marshall said he annexed.
OCCUPATIONS County. Judge Beach property owners recommend to his clients "After careful consideration of this proposal, it
EXPERIENCE Cloven year active praetle ol law and four year a. for the third time. the case be taken before was my decision to support it. I did this on the basis
County Judge. Admitted to practice before Stat. Court, The action was broughtby the appellate court. He that if a majority of the people in an area adjacent to

Federal Court. and U. S. Supreme Court a group of property said he could see no wayto the City of Bradenton voted for annexation in a
owners In mid-1963 and Improve his case and complete and free referendum then those citizens
asked that vacation of that it would have "to should not be denied the right of becoming part of

parts of 70th and 71st stand or fall on Its pre- Bradenton. In other words. I felt it was wrong for
ANSWER 1. I am completely opposed to the detentionof Streets by the Holmes sent merits." one-third of the people in an area to stop annexation
Juveniles In any part of the Jail. I am for a separate Beach Board of Aldermenbe Manson in rebuttal ofMarshall's if a majority of the people wanted to be annexed. The

open facility for the detention of Juveniles. We are set aside. The streets case said the bill was passed during my first term as your

dealing with children 16 years of age and under not were vacated at the request meeting was legal at which representative and I believe It is a good law, and
adults. The Internal operation of a Jail Is by adult of Jean-Paul St. the streets were vacated.He allows a majority of the people to determine for
trustys who have been sentenced. They serve food Laurent with the board's also said that the themselves any change in their form of local govern
clean the cells and have direct contact with Juveniles action taken at a special plaintiffs feel that now ment.

in Jail. Some of these trustys are people of lowest meeting. The board_ failedto the city government; had "Soon afterward a proposal was presented which Masked
moral character. The Jail has to be run on the basisof give any public notice changed they can upset for passage of a bill to abolish the three Annafl
an adult prisoner not of the Juvenile so there is the meeting was to take what the previous govern- Maria Island cities and to establish one municipality
no freedom or recreation and all education stops place although membersof ment did. on the Island. My reaction was that I would not con-
during confinement. Visitation is rigidly restricted. the press were notifieda (The suit brought by the sider it at all unless a majority of the people In each
Food is served only twice a day not the type for a few hours before the citizens' group was filedin of the three cities voted for such a proposal. This

growing child. No Jail is soundproof and when meeting.In August of 1963). again represented my philosophy of having the people
disorderly persons are brought in, profanity and dismissing the case. After four of the five determine by referendum any change in their local
filth must be overheard by the children. All bathingand Judge Hensley sustained a members of the board of government.

toilet facilities are completely open. motion of John Manson aldermen which grantedthe "The County Commissioners and their appointed

attorney for St. Laurentand street vacation had study groups submitted to your Legislative Delegationa
ANSWER 2. The cost of a detention home Is no more his associates, who been replaced the city proposal commonly referred to as the'Giant City.'
than the cost of the steel work which would be placed build instructed This I believe caused and
plan to a large motel its attorney to more excitement more
inside a Jail. Steel cages or cells are the most interest in local
and convention center enter no further defenseto government than I have experienced
expensive cost of building a Jail. It is estimated by the complex on the blocks of the action.St. on any one issue since I have been a representative.After .
Florida Division of Corrections that under the present land the Laurent this bill referred
adjacent to two then soughtand was to us, your Legislative
Jail plans the cost of Jail equipment in the Juvenile streets in question.Manson's was granted permis- Delegation publicized and held several public hearingsin
wing alone excluding walls, windows floors and all motion asked sion to defend the suit several different locations In the county on this
oOx. equlpmofil would exceed 75000. A detention that the reinstatement of the In orderto
against city. matter.
home could be built for less than this amount. It would
the streets be denied because protect the interests of "After carefully hearing the proponents of thVabVU
.. have other benefits. One of the
great problems amongour the attorney for the his associates and him- and carefully hearing the specific objections made
delinquent children is the lack of ability to read.A .
detention plaintiffs Robert Mar- se If.BAKER'S by the opponents of this bill, a move was made by
facility would have a school teacher for from the bill
remove
to
Legislative Delegation
remedial reading. There has never been an adult your
offensive to
DOZENA certain specifics of the bill which were
placed in Jail who came out any better and this most accomplished by the
and others--this was
me
many
would
certainly apply to a child.
famous preacher fears somehowThe Legislative Delegation with some six or seven

termites in the White House now. amendments to the bill.
REPUBLICAN PARTY Already rafters there are dead. "The Legislative Delegation then set up a completeand
They're very rotten it is said. free referendum for the people to determine for
We'd better call the undertakerAnd themselves whether or not they wanted this changein
let the bill be As we all know this
sent to Baker. their local government.
KENNETH W. CLEARY, Age 46 Too bad a termite or a louse proposal was badly defeated by the people and as

5244 Rlvervlew Blvd., Bradenton, Florida Can undermine a big White House.So far as I am concerned this issue Is over and dead.
EDUCATIONS eastern .Ulehleen University let us start the termite slaughter-- "However, the handling of this issue by the Legis-

w.,.. Stale University.' UUI1 Exterminate them with Goldwater. lative Delegation once again confirmed my commit-
OCCUPATION Lawyer partner in firm .. SchulU &. ClearyCXPCmCNCCl --Edward Bodin ment to the philosophy of letting the majority of the

rorver ...n.... County Attorney people determine for themselves such crucial matters
Admitted .. Practical Courts al Florida] Courts olUlehiaani as a change in their form of local government."I .
Southern & Middle U. S. District CowIj U.S. . .LETTERS. . am firmly committed to this philosophy and!

District C._'.. Eastern District ..Ichl..... and the have been for the past six years. Everyone can depend
United s..... Supreme Court. Served in U. S. ".ra". Senator Ed PriceP. absolutely on the fact that Wilbur Boyd will have no

C.rp.. l-42l44 O. Box 338 part of trying to cram a change in form of governmentdown
Bradenton, Florida the throats of his constituents by legislative act.
Dear Mr. Price: This includes annexation and any other governmentalchange
ANSWER I I have owned property on Anna Maria Island Holmes that to the people."
I am only aware of one net of plans for ( rightly belongs
the new Jail and these provided facilities for the Beach) since 1915. I am very much opposed to annexation -

detention of Juveniles in an area separate from the to Bradenton or any other city. What possible BAD POLITICIANS are electedby
other prlMoncra. benefit could Anna Maria Island derive from being
annexed? In my Judgment none, but would get only the
privilege of paying more taxes,having more restrictions GOOD PEOPLE--
and fewer Individual rights.

A special law was passed so Tampa could annex all WHO DON'T VOTE I
__
ANSWER 2. In my opinion Juvenile should bo outlying subdivisions. Including Port
separated from the Jail in a separate building. My one The result: taxes were increased garbage Tampa and trash City.
reservation in this regard would be whether or not collections reduced water rates increased and The Islander
an
we have enough Juveniles detained today to make this extra charge made for TI" .1
sanitary sewerage on the water An Independent. Weekly. published erefy
investment Judicious. However I would add that In any used. Then came the building inspectors with their COMPANY
,;;cane it that a aeparate Juvenile detention demands and permlta. by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING

homo arpcars ed in the very near future and Ask anyone In Port Tampa City what think of 314 PlM A....... Anna Mori. Ida-1. Fieri.*.*.
they
probably by the time It could be planned and built. l being!! annexed to TamP? Ask any property owner In EOITOH STEVE WMBAU
I feel I should alao add that even with a separate Sulphur Springs what think I(1MLAlL
they of annexation? Both ADVERTISING AAANAGER-MARGE
Juvenile detention home there ahould be some places Voted and F1or
won against being annexed but thanks MAIL ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737.Anna MrU.
section of the where certain
Jail incorrigibles couldbe to a politician
f.ftaln annexation waa Jammed down TELEPHONES 77S-2O2I.
detained not only for the protection of the publicbut their and the result la that aecond house
every
for the protection of the other Juveniles in the Is for sale and no buycr This could SUBSCRIPTION RATES U. s.. 9X5O
happen Anna
. detention home. For that reason I do not believe that Maria Island. to per years 92 for ala month Canada. '
some minimum facility for the detention of Juveniles Our liberties are being taken $3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES ...
can be wholly eliminated from the jail plans. by state and away by Washington 91 per column Inch. Discount of ten :;: -
county cities each with a new Idea of percent for six conaecutive Insertions cz. ::
control and taxation. I feel the Individual rights of if paid by tenth of following month. ..
the people are being lost, and the centralization of National or..eftCyplxed advert la"'--.
power la being taken In the name of PROGRESS. 91.26 per column inch.
.
(The above Information about the candidates for Tampa made a tax grab and Bradenton la figuring sonar ItllsttllO.a. lila-
Manatee County Judge was furnished by the candidates on doing the same. I am. CLOSING TIMEl NOON. TUESDAY.
themselves to the Manatee County Leagueof Yours very truly. Entered a* Second Claaa matter under
Women Voters, together with answers to the A. M. Schanz the Act of March 3. 1 79.

questions asked by tho League). 109-48th Street N1C sr" I
MANATEE! COUNTY'S NOMER Os1KA
Holmes Beset Florida

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Thursday October 1, 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page 3
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MRS. ELSIE LEN N A
High Twelve Club Woman's Club New ScheduleRoser .
Roser '....-,.'
: ''''-1'1 '' BENDER 70,of 710 Glad
;
The Island High Twelve The first regular meet- !I iolus Street. Anna Maria
Club will hold its regular ing of the Island Woman's munity Church :ti died at a local hospital.
t Y weekly luncheon meeting Club will be held at the its winter Friday. Sept. 25. Born In
1 It. at the Holmes Beach Yacht Anna Maria CommunityHouse Sunday Oct. 4, ". j' Finland she moved to
..
Club at noon. Thursday. at 2 p.m.,Wednesday 11:15 a.m. ,. Anna Maria about three Cy ,
Oct. 1. Oct. 7. It will be a be resumed. The 'i' years ago from New York
A ladies day programwill "Homecoming" meeting service will be ;./w.", 1\,\: City.
i r" be featured with the designed to start the club Because Sunday .. .. : She was a member of M"
members and their wivesto year off "Just right." Worldwide the Gloria Del Lutheran
1 attend. A large atten- Mrs. Raymond J.LJttell Sunday the Church.
1i 1t t dance from the Bradenton of Bradenton will talk on Holy Communion \ Survivors are her husband -
i High Twelve Club is expected parliamentary procedure.Mrs. observed at both William Bender of
since that club has LJttell secretaryof The special Anna Maria and a sister
t i I cancelled its meeting so the State Parliamentarians offering received Mrs. Linda Vally of Fin-
Its members may attend also is chairmanof the services will land.
the meeting on the Island. the poetry literatureand to Church World Funeral services were
1t Highlight of the programwill drama committee of for the One Great I held at Gloria Del Lutheran -
be presentation of a the Florida Federation of Sharing offering k Church Monday afternoon -
50-year Masonic pin to Women's Clubs. world relief work.Augus'I with the Rev. LesterM.
E. Delos Wetmore of Key All interested Island also will be Utz. pastor of the

Royal Drive Holmes women are invited to the Sunday at Roser. .' church officiating. Burialwas
1 Beach by Dr. Harold meeting. ing each of the i at Manasota Memorial -
Pierce of Bradenton past the congregation is Park.
District Deputy Grand United ChurchwomenThe to share in a e;r Iff I t h-Cl1nc Island
Master. Wetmore was the first meeting of the Hour in the : .r, Chapel was In charge of ISLANDER! PHOTOBy
; organizer and first presI- fall of the United Church Hall to welcome arrangements. R.... Redon l
dent of the local High Women will be held at members and get .
i Twelve Club and also was Roser Memorial Com- acquainted. EGRET Island
president of the State High munity Church from 9:30to coffee will be UJf
Twelve organization. Before 11:30 a.m., Thursday Council of fOB'S
moving to the Oct. 8.There. St. Bernard PharmacyJ.
Island he was active in will be a business The regular session will be
1
Masonic circles In New meeting at which plans St. Bernard Guild Mass at St. D. WEDB. Phormo Ut
York and New Jersey for will be discussed for the held at 8:10 p.m. and a 8 to 8 Weekdays 8 to 2 Sundays
many years. season's events including nesday Oct. 7. the Holmes
Speaker at the meeting Mission Study Day on Oct. be made for the Club, to be NO, GATE SHQPPltMG' C f.NT t
will be B. D. Livingstonof 29; World Community Dayon ing of the luncheon and 5904 Marina Drive
Sarasota, District Nov. 6, and the Migrant Deanery of the St. at 1 p.m.
Deputy Grand Master.At Tea on Nov. 19. Phones: 778-l4ll-Night 778.2075
the meeting on Oct.8, Mrs. Guy Johnson will .
members Ralph Parrish lead the group In a discussion tm'1: FOODLINERQuality THURSDAYFRibAYSATURDAYOMLY
and Tom McKay will pre- of leadership
pare and serve a meal of training. All members of &
barbecued mullet at the the group are invited and Variety . J. . . . . . .
Bay Front Park in Anna will be welcomed.
Maria. Ladies also will be wad. A Fla..Ga. Whole Fry.rs-Lb............................29, GENERAL ELECTRICSTEAM
invited to the barbecue.All DIRECTLY ON THE Grad. A Fla..Go. Fry.rs-Cur.up-Lb.........................33*
Master Masons and TABLERITE Cholc.' Beef RoupW S *ak-Lb.................S9,
their friends will be wel- GULF BEACH TABLERITE Cholc Bon.U.s R.tU..rU, Roa.t-Lb.....VYf & DRY IRON $995WITH
THE ALL.MOOC1N Old Mllwouk. B..r-Ea.y-Op.n Pop Top B.rrl.s-b ....89*
come. GREEN GIANT Nlblot Corf .12 O.. Con.-2 for............29* FABRIC DIAL
Gulf ParkFOR CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup LI..lt 3-Each...................10* .
BUILDER. OF.. HOMES. CRISCO- 1.-J.Lb.. : Con......................................69* - I
cl H.us.s I I...r..nd ui It.It. e.for.WJll l f M t4.. MOBILE HOMES Gold Modal Flowr-LI...!t 1 w/ $S Or for-S Lb...............39* REG. $1.25 BOTTLE OF 100 '
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A farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor of
( All J&toouf People... Bay Boulevard Anna Maria was given last week at
\ the home of Mrs. Josie Carter of Pine Avenue Anna L?

\ MRS. LOIS G. BALL, of 49th Street Holmes Beach Maria by the employees of Webb's Island Pharmacy.Mr. 4
drove her daughter Mary to Tallahassee late In and Mrs. Taylor left Wednesday for Wakefield,
\ August to enter her second year at Florida State Mass., where they will make their home. Feature of
( University and then returned home by way of the evening was a cake baked by Mrs. Gus Dreyfus r
California. After leaving Tallahassee she drove to and inscribed with a fairwell verse.Mrs. Taylor was 1
Pacific Palisades after her sister. Dr. Mabel G. employed at Webb's for eight years. Guests at the
Walker who returned to the Island to spend the party were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Webb Mr. and Mrs.
.winter with Mrs. Ball. While on the West Coast Mrs. Dreyfus Mrs. Henry Mechlin Terry Ruppenthal, .
Ball also visited a nephew David Gregory who livesIn Miles Pooler, Mrs. Bessie Bottoms, Mrs. Alice
the San Francisco area. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Swauger Mrs. Carol Hufnus Paula LaBlanc Betty 4

have two Vietnamese children they adopted while in Radke and Mrs. Dan Vollmer Jr. DR. JOHN DEAM THE REV H. C. BENJAMIN
Viet Nam. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
TERRENCE A. RUTH son of Mrs. M. J. Ruth of Sawyer of St. Petersburg.ROD ISLANDERS NAMED. . Unitarian FellowshipThe
Elm Avenue Anna Maria recently completed two & REEL MOTEL: R. J. Appell and James F. (Continued from Page 1) Manatee
weeks active Naval Reserve training at the Naval Harrell, of Jacksonville. .. Mrs. M. Sawyer Mr. at Johns Hopkins Medical Universalist Unitarian-
Training Center Great Lakes 111. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Center in Baltimore.Both Fellowshipwill
DR. FRANK WAITE of 56th Street Holmes Beach Slices, all of Lake Wales. ..Mrs. Clara L. Brysonof Dr. Deam and the Sola meet at the Palma
won four first prizes, three seconds and three thirds Tampa. .. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Menchin and Mr. Rev. Mr. Benjamin have Community Center at.
all of Lake ..Mr. predicted that the fund 10:30 a.m.,Sunday,Oct. ..
for his entries in the recent hibiscus show at Pal- and Mrs. Harold McNair City.
metto. Another winner of a number of prizes was and Mrs. J. E. Slater of St. Petersburg.. .Mr. and drive in February will be Speaker at the service
Clyde Phelps, Anna Maria nurseryman. Mrs. Claude Tcachout of Clermont and son Mike... even more successful than bert this Sunday Stoddard will Sarasota.He be Her-
.
LOUIS "HUMBUG" COBB of Holmes Beach is Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson of St. Petersburg in the past.Church .
recovering from injuries received in a water skiing and family. ..Mike Gaefoln of St. Petersburg.. .Mr. Sarasota is past Art president Associationand of the \
accident two weeks ago, when he hit a sand bar while and Mrs. O. W. Bryant of Sciotoville Ohio. WorkshopThere a member of the
I skiing at high speed. PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roark and Mrs. I
will be United Sarasota Chapter of the 1
a
I MR. AND MRS. HOLBROOK ELLIS Guava Street Chris Stadtmiller of Cincinnati. .Mr. and Mrs.
Church of Christ Fall National Conference of
returned this week from of Plant their honeymoon. I
( Holmes Beach Portage Bobby Henry Bryant City on
Christians and
held Jews. His
S .Lake Portage Me., where they spent several EAST O' THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Black Workshop to be
months at their summer home. of Lancaster, Ohio, and family..Mr.and Mrs. H.G. from 7:30 to 9:30 Thursday topic will be Art and Re-
MR. AND MRS. ANDRE TEXTOR of Archer Way Baxby of Klssimmee, and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 1, at the Bradenton ligion. - -
and Mrs. Richard
:Anna Maria, came back to the Island last week from John Almquist of Chattanooga Tenn. CongregationalChurch. Wiggins
Sussex, N. J., where they spent the summer. BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Donald .Mrs.Richard Poe will be among the leaders
MRS. JAMES STEPHENS of South Bay Boulevard Dupree of Rivervicw, and family. will co-ordinate the work- from the area with
Anna Maria was expected to be back home this week BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. shop with the Rev. Tom churches from Fort
after several months In Cincinnati. William B. Jones of Vincennes Ind. Lawrence Christian Education Myers, Venice Sarasota
MRS. MARGARET M. DONALDSON of Gulf Drive, WEST WIND APARTMENTS: E. B. Wahlgren Sea Director for the Bradenton and the Island
Bradenton Beach, will return soon from Thurmont Girt N. J., and party. State of Florida.The Rev. participating.
Md., where she spends several months each summer. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Kenney of Forest I
MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. PROTHERO and Mr. and Park Ga. Mr. and Mrs. F. E.Keller of Chillicothe, DEEP SEA FISHING
Mrs. Joseph Driscoll enjoyed a trip to Key West last Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs.Charles Lee of Ocala.. .Mr.and
week. Hudson of Orlando.S. .
Mrs. C. P.
EARL IIANSEN of Holmes Beach former Anna S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. William ABOARD THE ADMIRALS
Maria building inspector has moved to Wauconda, 111. King of Orlando. .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garney of
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM WARREN of 72nd Street Auburn Mass...Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kolinski of TACKLE AVAILABLE-
Holmes Beach arc expected home soon from Lake Webster Mass.HARBOR .
Junaluska N. C., where several Island familiesgo LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.StanleyJ. LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Warren Morrison of Marysville Mich.. .Mr. and Mrs.
have been at the lake for three months. Charles Morrison of Mosherville. Mich., and family lfe pboM 77&2726letlYe5
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. CARLIN of Bay ... Harold Morea and David Morea of Bradenton j
( Boulevard, Anna Maria,arc expected home soon,also Beach. .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Weeks of Avon
( from Lake Junaluska N. C., where they have been Park.. Mr. and Mrs. William Rice of Clearwater... /:00 .... horn CORTEZ
i for several months. Mr. and Mrs. John Dean of Gainesville.


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ij ,1 B. Guild \
ase. 188
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HIGH SERIES(MEN)
BowlmglecguesIsland A. Rasmussen :346
B. Guild 339C. t

......... .. Chapman Moe 316 333F.

D. Connick :SOO
C. Bower 494
Marine Supply took thr_ E. Schmidt 489
points In Its Island Mixed League H. Meyer 487G.
match with firat-plac Anna Maria Safford 483
City Pier Prldayeyenina.HIch8Cor. R. Ferguson 482
In the match were Frank Mac.199-316. .
and Lefty Miller. 179-....... Wanda THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE ,et
Miller. 444. Island Marine B ft K Hdw. .
Other scores weret Bayou Marina 3. Island Furniture Linen Rental
I Island Trader 1. (Glenn Safford. 194- Dick Wagner Connlck's TVA. .
485; Johnny Elrod. 131-423): .M.City Pier Sand Bar .
Dick Wagner Realty 3. Sand Bar 1. Bayou Marina Schuchard Plumbing a. 1 :
(Bud Hottman. 161-449; Andy Raamussen. Island Pharmacy Island Trader
214-5461: /I /I
Webb* Island Pharmacy 3. Island ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE
Furniture Center 1. (Harvey Meyer. In Island Bowling League action at
186-487; Roy Ferguson 173-482). Rip Van Winkle Bowladrome Monday
Linen Rental 3. Schuchard Plumbing evening Island Marine Supply won all
") 1. (Leon Stafford 201. Chick Chapman four points In its match with Webb's .
1 :333: Bob Guild 201-339): Island Pharmacy to take over first -tiw; :..
Conflict's TV Service 2. B a,, K place in the league standings. High
t Hardware 2. (Jim Anderson. IS'. scores In the match were Andy Rasmussen.
. Dick Connick. :5OO; Dot Bower. 192- .243-ell. and Bill Thlbodeau.
. Clayton Bower 494kLEAGUE 166. Russell King 434. ;
Other scores wares Tropical Vista 4. : :
STANDINGSAnna Roger Men' Club O. (Bob Guild.232-
Maria City Pier 12 618: Bob DeVane. 199-437) .
Bayou Marina 10 VanOstenbridge Builders 4. Pete
B ft K Hardware 10 Reynard's Restaurant O. (John Van-
Connlck's TV 9 Oeienbrldge. 2O6-314: ; Frank Mokry.
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1 Island Marine Supply 9 170. Earl Carter 432). p '
. Dick Wagner Realty 8 Gray's Econowash 4.The ISLANDER. f t
Sand Bar 8 O. (Jim Eddo_.. 184-335: :Hank Merritt -
Z Unen Rental 7 173. Ken Fellows 466).
r Webb's Island Pharmacy 7 Bayou Marina 2. Schuchard PlumbIng -
Island Furniture Center 6 2. (Gary Wagner 197-322; Ernie
i Schuchard Plumbing 3 Schmidt 210-343): L4
Island Trade :3 Bay Area Insurance 2.Island Bank 2. h,
(Art Schumaker. 21O-344; Bill Britt
HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) 192-473).
D. Bower 192 ti
3I D. Bower 169 LEAGUE STANDINGS
i D. Davidson 161 Island Marine Supply 11
y D. Warner 139: Tropical Vista 10
W. Miller 133: : Bayou Marina 9
t W. Miller 134: VanOeienbrtdge Builders 9
J. Safford 131: Gray's Econowash 9
r p. Hottman 149P. Bay Area Insurance 7
., Chapman 148K. Schuchard Plumbing 6
Ferguson. 143 Webb's Island Pharmacy 3 PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY BY TALBOT M. HRliWliR
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Island Bank 3
D. Bower 491 The ISLANDER 1 A. Schumaker :344
W. Miller 444 Rover Men' Club 1 J. Eddo_. 333
.
D.D. Davidson Warner 441 438J. TOP TEN GAMES J.Gary Wuichet Wagner :32232O 332 Leth all HAYDEN, STONE

Safford 432K. A. Rasmuasen 243B. H. Nleelobedskl :
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Ferguson 429P. Guild 232 INCONPORATBD KSTAMUIAMCO IsolMIMBIRS
Hottman 409 E. Schmidt 210 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE :
NIW VOUK STOCK KKCMANOC
M. Parks 393P. A. Schumaker 210 VanOetenbrldge Builders Island Bank TE
Chapman 386 T. Edwarda 209 Bay Area In. Cra y*.Econowash
P. Geyer 381 J. VanOetenbrldge 206 Bayou Marina The ISLANDERRoser AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES
B. Guild 206 Men's Club Island Marine Sup.
HIGH GAMES (MEN) L. Hanson 2OO Island Pharmacy Pete Reynard t
A. Rasmussen 214B. G. Dykatra 199B. Tropical Vista Schuchard Plumb.
Guild 201 DeVane 199 MACEL J. HINKLE! C. C. CARTER RAY P. OUPLCR!
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L. Stafford 201 JACK POLLOCK
BOWLING BRIEFS OTTO W. SPANR AUDREY RAUCH
F. Woe 199 TOP TEN SERIESB. This week's congratulations go to tw
PRANK PERKINS GEORGE R. WILSON
G. Safford 194C. Guild
611 Bob Guild and Andy Rasmussen. for
Bower 190 A. Rasmuasen 611 breaking that 600 barrier so early In I
A. Rasmussen 189 T. Edward :392 the bowling season..and to John Van-
C. Chapman 188 H. Holmes 33O Oatenbr....... woo bad his fines night Cortez Plaza.. Telephone 747.1811 :
C. Chapman 188 E. Schmidt 343 (bowling, that is), with a 2O6-314.
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CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICES Gloria Dei Lutheran ChurchThe 5 rtf.r ,. -- --r j l

BOARD OF EQUALIZATIONThe I
Board of Commissioners of the Lutheran Church Del Lutheran Church at
MISSION
BERNARD City of Anna Maria Florida will alt
Women of the Gloria Del 10:30 a.m., with the -
aa a Board of Equalization at the pastor
CATHOLIC)
( regularly scheduled meeting of the Church will hold their the Rev. Lester M. l
Rev. Francis F. Welssiiller Board at Commlaalonera. to be heldat
the Anna Maria Community flume regular general meetingat Utz officiating.
WEEKDAYS..am MASSE SUNDAY 8 & lOam at 7130 p.m..ond.y.October'.'964.ro 7:30 p.m.. Thursday Distribution of the Holy lI

HOLY DAYSt 8 am & 6 pm of the hear City complaints of Anna on Maria.FRANCES tax assessments. Oct. 1, at the church.A Sacrament will be made to I
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWEDNESDAYSl -
7I3O pm_ City.ClerfcINVITATION V. MAXON special program on all those present who wishto
arranging flowers for use partake.
'
Memorial' ChurchNonDenominational .
Harvey *
In churches will be presented -

( Btadenlon' Beach ) The City. of Anna TO Mar.BID.. Florida by George and Tuesday afternoon the

R... A. W. Simms Invitee sealed bide for Installation of Thelma Cotellis of Rea- Rev. Lester M. Utz. William -
an ejector system for two toileta at Florists B. Lee and Samuel
&
SUNDAYS the City Pier a waite line to the soner Anson ,
9t3O am Sunday School ,hose. septic tank and drainage field. of Bradenton. Membersand Bailey pastor and mem-

Further Information may be obtainedat Invited bers of Gloria Dei left
Christian Selectee Service the Anna Maria City Office. Bide guests are ,
A. M. Community H.us. muat be In the City Office by 12 Noon and are urged to take for Leesburg. where they
Friday Oct. 16. 1964. and will be
flowers and materials are attending an Evangelism -
SUNDAY opened at a special meeting of the any
9tOO am SundayS..Ao. Board of Commissioners to be heldat suitable for arranging. retreat for three
j
The 10 Board a.m.. of Monday.Commissioners Oct. 19. 1964.reserves # days, under the sponsor- BRADENTON BEACH SCENE (Ulander Photo)

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH the right to reject any or all All over the world In the ship of the Florida Synodof 1

...". L.. Rellill. Pastor blda. FRANCES V. MAXON Christian churches, the the Lutheran Church In

SUNDAY 8I3O am Sunday School City Clerk Sacrament of Holy Com- America. Approximately FUNERAL HOMES I

lOiOO am Worship Service. I INVITATION TO BID munion will be celebratedby 200 pastors and laymen I:
Choir6I3O
5I3O RBI pm Chapel Worship Service The Board of Commissioners of the millions of Christian from all sections of the 1 '

MONDAY 7i3O pm Youth Fellowship City received of Anna sealed Maria bid. for Florida Insurance will believers on Sunday. Oct. state were expected to fl

9tOO am Ex. Comm. W.M.U. pollclea a. follows Bond for City 4. Communion will be cel- attend the retreat.
lOiOO am W.U.U. General Meeting Clerk; and Property robbery Floater office burglary ebrated first at a servicein The retreat Is being heldon j
comprehensiveUablllty. .
7i3O pm S. S. Workshop
TUESDAY .. all of which expire Oct. 31. New Zealand and at the Methodist Camp 1
fOO Church Choir 1964. Coverage to be the same aa that
pm other services around the Grounds at Leesburg.The .
provided under
WEDNESDAY existing policies
7iOO pm RA, CA, Sunbeams which are available for Inspection at world as daylight breaks three delegates to 24 HOUR Ambulance Service
7iOO pm Church Business Meeting the City Office. Bide muat be submitted -
the several conti- the retreat from Gloria
to the Clerk upon
City 12
Prayer Meeting by Noon
Friday Oct. 16. 1964. and will be nents. Dei Church planned to T4rlepJ1oas: 778.2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND

Re*., Memerlwl Church opened at a special: meeting of the This observancewill return home late Thurs-
special
(NexDe.>...........Mil) Board of Commlaalonera. to be heldat 742-1011 BRADENTON
10 a.m.. Monday Oct. 19. 1964. be marked at Gloria day afternoon.
R.". rUefcere K. Wieelne The Board of Commissioners reserves -
P...., the right to reject any.or all

THURSDAY 3 lOO pm Ro.., Choristers I bide.I PRANCES MAXON Gary's Suu.aiid Garden Center
4.00 pet Cantus Choir I l City Clerk DR. CHARLES A. WEAVERCHIROPRACTOR
7l3O pm Senior Choir

SUNDAYS 9iOO am Worship Service UNCLASSIFIEDadvance 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

IdOO am Fellowship Hour payment required Petunia Plants and Tomato Plants
lOiOO am Sunday School
8 llnaa-51.00--5Ot minimum
11 US am Worship Service
NOW
READY
12US: pet Fellowship Hour: WILL JEFFREY CHURCHIL473 OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENTPHONE
7 tOO pm Youth Fellowship
GRANDMOTHER PLEASE WRITE TO After 5:00p.m. Call 746-7402
MONDAY
SHARON PITTMAN. P. O. Box S.
9t30 am Deaeoneee Meeting at
home of Mrs. Mex Cele COMPLETE HOME REPAIR & YARD SERVICE
FOR SALEi 14 ft. CuUllner
TUESDAY 7lOO psi Boy Scout Troop 7 Mercury. Elec. Starting a Trailer.w/oOhp 778.2414 CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER
Leaving State-Muat sell--9473. Ira
ei3O as pm Group Couple's 4 at Club Mrs. Calea8I3O .a besmvi ii7-7VT st. c u re- a5r FREE Mosquito Control Spray
FUR A LEsB a yf root SeawsjJed Lot
WEDNESDAY Council on 7th: St.. ,..000. Beautiful corner 5500 MARINA DRIVEANNA
7130 pm Church Meeting ILo I (. 76th a Palm Dr.. Docking: a CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON
Beach . Pour Lots .
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Church el Th. Annunciation .clone Anna : store,. 32 x 143.
(Episcopal) fl.oSO each. Bimini Bay canallronr.I .
,$3.000'4'. Mahar' .. 77th a Gulf MARIA ELECTRIC
R.". Gereld K. L_.. Rector DflygQ"lTaiBesch| .12 77$-IIV>. Licenteo' Electrical
THURSDAY SLANUHH S'iIUT a service to
..00.. Holy Cuehetlst our readers, we can offer a 37 Contractors
19th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY enlargement of any picture appearing Gulf Drive at Pin. Awn o
.lOO am Holy Eucharist Thn ISLANDER foronlvf 1.25 each. L. (ROY) FERGUSON
FOR RtNTl 3 BR home. dec. Kit.
1OI3O Family Eucharist ASermon PHONES. D. 778.2143
Church School 1...porch overlooking Gulf. Rose M.7ackaon. . ,
3IO B. Fern St.. A.M.Phone NIoAt. 77S.2OS9
mM 23i.6774
Lew.awa, >.t lalawvo. CKepel' CAM.UFUL.URIVtiR with CnauReur'a ...'eAl4a1 -
(Hex..De*.......aiflwM.l) License and Insurance-Will Drive .._ .;.. --; __ .
FRIDAY 'You or Your Car An--An'Um.. Reasoner & AnsonFree ,
lOiOO. Prayer Croup -5.s.onabl. R tee. "Phone T7$-1V> Delivery"'. Millibnsrof }FlO ,
FOR
SATURDAY RENT Montn. eeason.or year. '
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SUNDAYl9llft .-ea Ptt5lne 77VT*
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11 tOO am Worship Servlee A SamanHoly Cold. Currency or Foreign Coins of 746-9110 after :5' ------ ... ,.- :
: p. m.
Ceetaiunlen any Country, old Medal.. Tokens.
'UO II pet De>uble Deeeeers .IC. Byron s Bizarre na...,. 34O3Only DIXIE GRA NDE HOTEL BLDG., '
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Gloria' ; Del Cvangellcal' A"AAT k OA' \, 1 ee
-No Children. CloseMaria to Anna Ride The Island Bus
Lutheran ChurchRev. Snooping Area. Large, _u-
kept ..rU.,...
room,
bedroom
Leeler M. Ula, Pester dinette, kitchen ...... Yearly ....... SIX ROUND TRIPS PROM
THURSDAY ,50 per mar Jack MaraaalL Realtor. ftADCNTOv DAILY
7iO ... Lutheran Church Women U M "I g.4 Mari.. 7?<-2614MOIHSI "
SUNDAYS :1a eiI.atearni f or vourbaby EXCEPT SUNDAY there's No Match for a flameless!'
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9llS aet Sunday Church School in home,while .
my you r Five
lOiJO as Meriting Worship ...,,1.. da ye a week. Lowlse Ak.... Joe-S6Oi 414 o..tl1.p.IN..-.. THa.
V
Worldwide Cemstunien Oeeerved
MONDAY S'J.l _

7I3O pet Sa>. Ml. Stewardship Cos Holmes Beach, by ..oath or year. Do You
3 BR. 3 0..... AlI'.COtu.Wf ELECTRICRANGE

'''R' i Htbe koPUt TV WAIN.TEHANCal Need

BOOING. FLOORS MOWING CLEANED TRIM MING.FOLtSHRD. RUBBERSTAMP l
WINDOWS. WASHRDa OILED.PROMPT !
HPFICIKNT SKRVICK.D4MSRKASONABLH
RA TKS-."..-.. ... ?
KKN YELLOWS PHONK "8-U..

4fgJlJQ. .. _FuftLjlO.1' TV*> *?... M d', PLACE YOUR Super-fast e Super-male
t UayFroMTI BXTTer r a---.
Large Carport. Utility runs, aJwa ORDER NOW WITH Cleaner Cooler
1Uhc....* As.*. wouiaMe es*. AU
............. Paved S*. See It noel Bay THE ISLANDER and cook far I hrs than a penny -

ffn: J; a person per st..1

714 ...$4jOOO| lUsBlnl Buy Lots
fee quick .... Golf Prom.
f4n |10,000 77th .. Canal, .4.OOO 73tft Sr the modrrn, automatic,
S i *.. Canal J.J.SOOI 73rd .... u.ooo. tD rtfctric
+ at
JN. .. PROTMRRO .. > Real KM ate rungs dour a e
Broker lie.Hat Street, T71.2334. appliance deukr t

HUFFINE'S


STANDARD ,


ANNOUNCEMENT SERVICE

,-

24 HOUR WRECKER
CLIENTS. PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS. AND Now taper .... tvor t.hAlLELECTRIC.
SERVICE

FRIENDS . COME BY AND SEE US. WE CALL 778.1771

NIGHT 778-144O ..OUM ta MO II .hi -w-rlbM 5I1
HAVE MOVED INTO LARGER QUARTERS.
fla.atype. tub ss sM3

SO THAT WE MAY GIVE YOU DETTER Anna Maria Island's The recent' S1O million rate


SERVICE FOR ALL LINES OF INSURANCE. Only reduction (fourth major r

fine* cut in 10 yrarnl> make*

LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT.AND LOCAL LICENSEDCAR Sunshine. Service i Electricity ''

DEALER a frttrr buy than ever b.(.." r I I ear

ADJUSTING SERVICES ON ALL POLICIES. Qn'c k-R..b1.-O.la...

De4ee --Plot me rrmwrras aas as as

The Island Insurance Agency ........,.--".., ,..--.....a16.3...-...",



i POST OFFICE PLAZA ANNA MARIA REGISTERft \

VOTE! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Phono 778.1969 RAY HARDY Agent
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ISLAND REAL ESTATE I

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REGISTER; & VOTE/ t H Attractive Duplex

Are You Looking? 2 large BRs, living room,

;'I George Wagner REALTYISLAND 1y ? rwrrAt kitchen and Florida room. "'"
SHOPPING CENTER ,11 Carport. One side rented yearly.
778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA ..ra i.a..
I E.W.qi...U.p.Bf.t.f AlUvn P.... Au.cs.t. Both sides beautifully furnished.
Terms. !

Looking For A Business 4-f Gulf Front Lot

75 ft. on the waters
"
ON THE ISLAND? .' ... over 250 ft. deep.,
",:
Write or Talk to US I '3/GERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR)

bout Our Exclusive ListingsFOR fr tQUINA. BUILDING PHONE 77 ,1313
4tp ;:;# -/ ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA 1/3':.-*
SEASONAL RENTALS. WRITE US EARLY 4 '+ R P

DICK WAGNER, Realty ,.b
_
Phone 778-2663

2217 GULF DRIVE. BRADENTON BEACHGRID'S
t.JACK'S

JUST LISTEDA

Anna Maria DuplexClose
that is "' r .
LOT scarce a r o '
AIR I ;
to Beach and Fishing Piers this
is one on the "OPENWATERFRONT. Property has a good rental history--but--
o USE my advice is to add a screened porch to
id other Model Homes ." This each apartment and you will then have a
New Bayfront home (top) at 814 Bay Boulevard South.
Anna Maria built for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whltcaldc dandy investment. It is completely furnished.
OPEN DAILY one is a terrific BUYI with an extra $2.0OO lot thrown in--Gratial!
of Tampa. Second home (bottom), at 818 Bay Boule-
vard South was built for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest All for Only $10,3OO. We can arrange terms.
AT KEY SeawalledunexcelledROY Kreher. also of Tampa long time friends of the Bay Front Cottage
Whitesides. Both families plan to make their
ALE view. Priced to SELLI! permanent homes here in the near future. Ralph A TOP LOCATION in Anna Maria. SeawalledLot.
Parrish. of Parrish Realty Anna Maria handledthe Nicely Furnished. A first class rental
6500. Don't wait too property for Summer & Winter. Terms can
WEEK DAYS purchase and sale of both building sites. Both
homes were custom built by S. Norman Roscdalc of be Arranged. Only 13300.
10 to 5 long on this BARGAINISUNDAYS I
Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Key Royale
Parrish
Call Ralph
1 1 to 5 or Peggy MooreParrish UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE Sacrifice--Key Royalo Homo. This new homo
As** i t INSURANCE COMPANY has three bedrooms two baths, central heat
RealtyP. S. 1S7lAOtNTON. and air conditioning. Property stands owner
<
: Anna Maria I.tt V.., ..., ,..... .......-. $22OOO PLUS--to be sacrificed at 19400.
O.Plata, SEE ME FOR PULL DETAILS.
S212th St. w..t flA. ,..... 741.4141
PHONE 778.1917 778.1902 or 778-2121 Canal Front LotA

Dandy Canal Front Lot--75 ft. Wide and
Close to BEACH In Excellent Neighborhood.Will .
Sacrifice for $3.OOO. with Only $3OO
Down and the balance at )3O per month.
LftRCHdlOnT L DMLOPfflOlT[ CORPOflflTIOn

JACK MARSHALL RealtorM

P7 7 u-J T1.
& M Building 778-2814 Anna Marla
Presents
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GULF DRIVECO $EASIDE GARDEN I IA

OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS

c-4-.",... 0-.....,,.
-...-.....-..--.a..,
HOLMES BEACH
M.a'. ANNA MARIA ISLAND
$650,000 ApartMtMt-HoM. Dtvtlopntflt


Conpltttd, -


MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION 33 Apartment-Homes Sold

8 Apartment-Homes Leased

6 Apartment-Homes For Sale
FEATURING
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6 Apartment-Homes For Leaseor

.. Rent
,....__.$4, ...1si .....'.. .C.M.......A o-MeC.p.-.b......... A.."'. ..1b-q.V.MI....._._/
Vw .....a..... r.---A.s b..on.-. WE ALSO HAVE CHOICE HOME SITES IN OUR
1-..r....S....i.1-S L...-. A5---I.....i.TV A.--. OTHER COMPLETED SUB.DIVISIONS
._ .SI .. .
r-a CLr i.&V L c- TV 4 T-' o.de4e
o.e.... .......-.-.r-a ....... till.......M R.M..r FOR SALE BELOW MARKET
.s-y.u C..1......... C=,1'N. ......-', ...t.I F" -a r-a A.-M.ai/rM. -...taw.rs..1 LEASE OR SALE
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR
.. f--- .w..w.Lqb. .t1..oN p-..


For Information Contact Robert S. Cable, JACK HOLMES

Sales Manager Phone 778-1611 ._.Itor and Developer
"" .1M MARINA DflVC! -HOLMCS 8UCH.FLOJlIDA/



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If' ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I

REGISTER THIS WEEK!!!
( 'd-UIIM\dw. NEW! NEW! NEW! SHIPMENT!
c W & .....w.. ."" .
rCOL: Permanent Flowers Foliages
ES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
gtMSTRON6( ) Fruits S VegetablesNEW

VINYL Drapes Faded? COLORS & NEW VARIETIESWe
will design and make arrangements for an
ACCOLONRUNNERS Furniture a bit shabby? entire home-.including the patio--just a table
; _,
arrangement bring in your own containers
f pillows// Lumpy? : _Ie and we will arrange them for you
Rugs on the worn side? _ ; aW free of charge-
\ /f I. ,..; SAN;,.., .." J" DwtJCf'.7 .
j 3 feet x 6 feet Lamps Unhappy?

ASSORTED PATTERNS M-m-m-That's Bad!
Let US Re-Beautify Your Home Lingerie 'cIt
$1.69 each
Telephone 778-7OI9 GOWNS ROBES SLIPS
Ire_ delivery - - - PETTI PANTS PAJAMASGIRDLES
CLOSED wed at noon sat at 3 p.m.
Holmes leech Supplies Inc. ae4o,
<4< & BRAS4za4e4

778-1131 SEE... : ie!oe & 'e e
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach HEA
_L Summer Clearance
Sale ContinuesLook
To The New ResidentsOf for Yellow TAGS

**;
Lay-
>1 Phone
Anna Maria Island '
IN YOUR EASY CHAIR Away : 778.1161
Longboat Key WITH Plan

Flamingo Cay iiG sot lu ww...,.'nun Palma Sola PHILCO I COLOR TV Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

and

to the returning winter CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
residents who have not Rivaled

become customers yet Only HANDY DANDYOPEN
of our bank...
t By
DON'T FORGET! 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

We offer Naturel! ISLAND EVERY DAY

One-Stop Banking Service SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

FOLDING liDS*BAIT CKJtS
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONISLAND WE RENT PLAY fCMS .D4ATCKSSUNIATMINC
THE: BANK. HIGH CHAIRS 'LINENS COTSSTIOLLItS .LAMKETS

TV 778-1703 Linen Rental. Service T7S-1472
214-54th St. Holmes Beach
Established$ April 25. 1961 Corner off' Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.

AN INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn

Anna Maria Island BROOMSSPECIAL 1 ie.Call(3. 778-2012 Scacvld

HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA Plumbing Contractor
Member: Federal Deposit .Inturanc* Corporation
5306 Holmes Boulevard

NYLON BROOMS C Fixtures, ,
99 Plumbing Supplies Pumps Repairs
\ C THURS-FRI-SAT REGULAR $1.98 VALUE ONLY

Holmes Beach One Stop Shopping Center
ISLAND VARIETY STORE 77S-1021


VALUABLES
You*
MISSING? .AuI..o.Agent ,.., Ron
:OUTFOR EACH LIQUOR s

COMPLETE YOU STORE Bill

TAILORED PROTECTION Phone 778.2023

SrARkL'N& WAfER CAR FOR YOUR HOME. A MODERN

PERSONAL.BUSINESS.. REFRESHER
SEE .
WITH
Manatee County Water J4.rea 3
CompanytINCOOOtATU (Bay nsurance, OLD
)} FASHIONED1
........01....: 778.1697 778.1548 {
s...,.....g c..ter. H...... t..ch. flMWeT. PLEASURE i
.......... 77..20U closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon I



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