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 8, 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: VID00245
Source Institution: University of Florida
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No. 674 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. I TEN CENTS


I Ordinances Passed, Discussed I


.. 4L Two new ordinanceswere Hcinding a requirementthat
I passed and others everyone use water
discussed at the meetingof from the Island Water
the Holmes' Beach Co.. the measure was tab-
Board of Aldermen Tues- led for further study. The
day evening. present $3.50 minimum
1 Ordinance 115 l was pass- monthly charge made by
ed at Its second reading, the company while a user
amending a section of ordinance Is away from the l Island
. It provides that also will be Investigated.After .
barricades will be maintained discussion a proposed -
at the ends of the change in the city's
usable parts of the streets setback regulation was
west of Gulf Drive near: the referred back to the toning -
I beach if they do not impede committee for more
use of driveways or study.
: ( general use of the streets. Another new ordinancewas
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| Read for the second time proposed and a roll-
and passed. Ordinance 11 b call vote of the aldermen
? amends a section of ordinance showed Alderman Sidney
I : 80. and providesfor Brown to be the only dis
speed limits In case senter. It will provide fora
of emergencies.A special election to fill
new ordinance which vacancies on the board If
grants a new ten-year the vacancies occur more
garbage pickup franchiseto than 120 days before a
the Island Sanitation regular city election. If
Service was read for the the vacancy occurs less
w second time. E. W. Bra- than 120 days before a

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Entire student body and faculty at Anna Maria picture' is the school's other teacher. U to post a bond of $3.XX Because of abuses of tho
i Elementary School in 1939--and at the height of the Ingram now Mrs. Ed I I. Price Jr. The to repay the balance of city's new trash pickup
season tool Mrs. Clyde Phelps school principal. Is time was the building on Magnolia Avenue advance payments In the service each homo will
near the left in rear row. and near the right end of now the Island Youth Center. (Courtesy Mrs. ) event he should default on be restricted to ono cubic
performance of his con- yard of trash to be picked
. City Court Sessions Window CrashersTwo tract. It was tabled until up free at each of tho two
some changes In the con monthly pickups. If tho
cases were heardat A late model sedan own- tract are made and the abuses continue tho service -
last week's session of ed and driven by the Rev. bond posted, probably by will have tu be ended
'the'>Holmes Beach Municipal Edward Williams. 79. of 1iiTrr tho nuxt board meeting. accordingtoMayur"" lilmor \ '
Court with Mayor 209 83rd Street. Holmes After lengthydlscusston G. Twist because it costs
Elmer G. Twist presiding. Beach went out of controlat of the advlslblllty of roll the city too much money. _
Raymond C. Persgard. the Island I Shopping
7606 Marina Dr.. ownerof Center Monday. Routine Anna Maria Meetingtors .
a dog which allegedlyhad According to the driver,
bitten a neighborhood the car's brakes failed 0 u tine city business could bo carried on along
child pleaded guilty to a and in attempting to stop .UOT05)I occupied the attention of tho Bay shore as well an
violation of the city's dog he hit a concrete bumper the Anna Maria Commission the Gulf shores. /IComrnl..lonor
ordinance. Persgard was then hit the rear end of V at its meeting on Gene Cox
ordered to pay the child's another car, pushing it :6 Monday evening. and Talley will review the
medical bills and to show partially through a plate Mayor Harvey G.Meyer city charter and prepare
the court written proof of glass store window. His announced that the boardof some revisions which will
having paid the bills. vehicle then seemed to evaluation would meet be asked for In a special
Persgard also was fined accelerate and crashed a-. at the close of tho next legislative bill next year.
$20 or five days in Jail ona through a large display meeting to set the Those changes will be
of of window into the Island valuation
charge contempt on city owned to authorize the city to
court. That charge resulted Furniture Center with the property. Members of the soil tax certificate to
from his failure to nose of the car poking board will bo Gertrude collect liens for city ad
appear in court to answer through an inner wall Into Blasslngame and Frances valorem taxes; paving
the first charge. When he the adjacent Island Hobby .fit ? Livingston. Island Real- assessments and clearinglots.
failed to appear he was Shop. There were no In- and Commissioner Other possible revisions
arrested and lodged in the juries. Robert Moses and Mayor to the charter are
county Jail until he had Damages to Williams' + Meyer. According to the authorization to hire a
paid a bond of $100. car were estimated at 1 provisions of the city's Judge for the municipal
Joseph W. Rogcrson of $800 to the It hit.
; car .1' charter all city owned court and to provide a
Cortez pleaded guilty to owned Mrs. Nellie M.
by property must be valued schedule of succession. In
a charge of reckless driv- Grizzle of "Palmetto as each year and tho mayor the event of an Incapacitated -
ing willful and wanton "total loss and to the must be a member of the mayor.
and was. fined. $SO.. store fronts at $3.5OO. board of evaluation. The city will undertake
The accident was investigated City Attorney Walter It. ItN own Inspection of
In the Oradenton each by Anna Maria
Talley read a resolution plumbing and septic tank -
City Court last week with Police Chief Chuck Stow- asking for the dissolutionof installations rather than
Mayor Henry Mcunler e r II. No charges were the Island Kroalon Prevention have the county do them
presiding. William Potter filed. Din' met. Its main an It has In the past. An
of Bradcnton was fined A.M. Appoints Scott ......, .,...., ,- differences from Chose ordinance amending the
$5 for failure to stop ata 1 p passed by he other two city building manual was
stop sign. Harry Goodman Howard E. Scott of 4O78Oth --I\-'YI\' ''',\ 1\:: >> Island cities were that .It discussed and will be
of Sarasota was fined St.. Holmes (}Beach & >. .. ..- .A < asked that legislation' be considered ac a special
$25 for speeding; Karl H.Schmltz. last week was appointed prepared authorizing. : the meeting after some technical -
alsoof Sarasota building Inspector for the county to tax all resident term are clarified.
estreated a bond of $25 City of Anna Maria. lie of the county for beach Amendment to the code
on a speeding charge,and succeeds Earl Hansen. 1, J preservation. work which Continued on Page 6)
Roy C. Edwards of Bra- who has moved back to
denton was fined $23 for Illinois.
failure to have his car Scott served for several ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

under conrrol.Bankruptcy. years as building Inspector w.... ..t.i,.,..llH .
Filed for the Cltyof 'Holmes T.
Beach until he resigned T.........,....
Jean-Paul St. Laurent early In 1963. 'His dutiesIn a.... .m w 4 _*. Ml..fc.
a former Island resident Holmes Beach also Included ,
!epe.29--78 83 8O 88 81 ..5Scpt.3079
week filed a of the
last voluntary supervision
\ 84 81 87 83 .2
bankruptcy declaration In streets and drainage. : /A --, Oct. 1--78 87 80 87 82 .2
the United States District with the greater portion / Oct. 2--78 6 79 87 79 .3
Court In Tampa.According to secured creditors. Assets Oct. 3--79 86 80 88 SO None
to the schedules listed were $IO7.5OOIn 1. Damaged car After If was pushed Into score Oct. 4--77 85 80 89 BO ...
filed by both Mr.and real property, and 2. Out-of-control sedan after it made forced Oct. 5--78 86 78 87 79 .2
Mrs. St. Laurent their $8.27232 In personal into furniture store. 3. Chief Chuck Stover
debts totaled 51&3.011..4. property. Ing statement of principals. (ISLANDER '.


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TilE ISLANDER Thursday October '
.... 2 8.1964
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About the Candidates.

Islander Ed ense an . by THE EDITOR The following information about the Manatee County. .
candidates for the Florida Legislature was
few weeks ago we published something about the by the Manatee County League of Women Voters prepared
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gimmick and that the cooperation of the candidates themselves \ ,.
Maria Jail being a publicity
National Newspaper pictures of it were taken and many published will be elected to a two-year term of office. Salary: One
all over the country. During the past week is 1200.
two, some of our readers have sent us pictures ,
the jail which were published in the New York QUESTIONS: 1. Are you satisfied that our
'SS\ News on Sept. 13, and one published in the tax structure is adequate to provide expanding ser-
Paul (Minn.) Sunday Pioneer Press the same day. vices to a growing population? What changes would
... caption read: "What is undoubtedly the easiest you suggest?
in the nation to break out of is in Anna Maria 2. In the January 1963 Special Session. Florida's
It has no roof no doors and no bars. And as legislature passed two resolutions which would change
be suspected it's had no guests for quite some the structure of our national and state governments
!.r' The shell of the Jail was all that was left after (1. By-passing Congress in amending the U. S. Con-
Townspeople decided to make an eye-catcher stitution; 2. The Court of the Union which'would
of it." supersede the Supreme Court.) Would you vote to
there was a small fire in the building rescind these amendments?
by one of the few prisoners housed there 3. What plan for equitable representation in Florida's !
mid-Twenties the roof and other wooden parts legislature do you support?
structure presumably were victims of disuse
neglect rather than fire. The front of the build- WILBUR H. BOYD (Democrat) (Incumbent), Age 37
actually was not the Jail proper but the city office. Address: 2117 Seventh Street. Palmetto. Florida
Jail itself was located back of the off ice, and still Education: Two years college
: have at least one barred window. Occupation: Insurance agent
Experience: Four years as City CouncilmanSix
: : Jordan now ex-police chief of Anna Maria, years in Florida Legislature
his eight-year-plus tour of duty in the city at
-a Wednesday. He was heard to sign off on the ANSWER 1. Yes. for the next Biennium. However j
radio by identifying himself and commenting we cannot repeal taxes as advocated by some candi- :
he was signing off for the final time after 34 dates. Last session the school teachers of Florida '
of police work. George was a police officer in were raised $350 per year from a salary of $3.400
Ya.. N. J. for many years before he moved to to 3750. The tag increase of $5 on medium-sized
Island. cars will yield approximately $45 million. The
teachers pay raise cost approximately million.
Be Prepared-- official abbreviation of that large state on the I do not have the magic wand that would repeal this
Coast now is "Calif.", which some of our tax and still provide the teachers' salaries.
That unpopular--on the Island-- have interpreted to mean: "Come And ANSWER 2. Thirty-eight states would have to ratify
ation", which many readers In Florida." Of course those informants are any amendment for it to be effective. (a) I would not
forgotten after last years sound vote to ratify an amendment to our nation's consti-
polls of the "Dig City of Manatee" tution that by-passes Congress. (b) I would not vote to
much back In the limelight. touring the Island in the very early morning ratify an amendment which authorizes another court
Ed H. Price Jr., state senator from long ago we noticed a dump truck crossing the to supersede the Supreme Court.
in a letter sent to a number of his Bridge blithely scattering paper and other ANSWER 3. One house of the Florida Legislature
the summer pointed out that some to the four winds. Surprised us to learn the should be based on population. However I do not
city of Bradenton had approached was that of the City of Bradenton Beach heading believe that three or four metropolitan areas should
suggestions for various types of dump without a tarpaulin over the load to keep control both houses of the Florida Legislature.
lation they would like to have him place until it reached its destination. Something
the 1965 session of the Florida the line of using a feather duster--moving it ROBERT H. SCHULTZ (Republican), Age 34
And although Price and State one place and putting it in another. Address: 417 12th Street West Bradenton Florida
Boyd have assured everyone they Education: Manatee County Schools; BA Hartford
any legislation which would slogan for the October "Plant, Clean-up Fix- Univ., 1952; LLB Georgetown Univ. Law School.
without a referendum of the ," Campaign of the Island Beautification Occupation: Manatee County Prosecutor; Partner in
involved there are some statewide is: "Let's Make Anna Maria Island the law firm Schultz & Cleary Bradenton. Ii
at work on the proposition.One QUEEN OF THE SUNCOAST." So let's do itl I Experience: Nine years practicing lawyer in Manatee l l
such organization is the PHOT06)g County; four years, County Prosecutor. i:
Municipalities of which most Florida week an attractive young lady who is staying ,
; are dues-paying members and which Maria visited The ISLANDER office shortly ANSWER 1. Although our present tax structure is "
some sort of statewide annexation deadline and arranged to have a small ad in possibly adequate to provide expanding services toa
probably would give the residents of It seems that a friend Jeffrey Churchill growing population it contains many inequities like
annexed little voice in the matter. long ago for military service at some distant placing a heavy burden on many who can least affordit
Ralph A. Marsicano of Tampa Before leaving however he asked the young and allowing many others to substantially escape
league has been quoted as saying in whom he has a romantic interest to call on paying their fair share of Government. I advocate the
convention of the organization who lives in this area.Somehow or repeal of the recent auto tag increase the intangibletax
annexation will seldom ever be the young lady whose name is Sharon Plttman which is in effect a tax upon thrift and savings,
matter is left solely to the discretion. to get the grandmother's name and address. and the repeal of the inventory tax.In the event that it
the territory to be annexed. anyone who knows Jeffrey Churchill's grand- is necessary to replace the revenue derived from
is asked to contact Miss Pittman through those taxes I would advocate the Imposition of a
A Matt.r Of . ISLANDER office. severance tax upon those industries which deplete our
natural resources such as timber and minerals. A
the final month of the political campaign in complete study of our whole tax structure and future
County well under way many of the county financial needs is of the utmost importance.
are out beating the bushes for prospective ANSWER 2. I am opposed to the formation of a Courtof
while others are conspicuous by their absence. the Union which would supersede the Supreme
the halfhearted lackadaisical campaigns being Court. I would therefore vote to rescind this amend
on by some of the candidates one might ment. I feel that enough difficulties have arisen!
the conclusion that those candidates if elected because of unwise decisions by our United States
be somewhat less than alert or aggressive in Supreme Court but I do not feel that this fact can! be
whiCh,
corrected by having a Court of the Union
appears to be shaping up Into one of the most because of its size may lead to even more serious
contests on the county level is the race for problems.
sheriff between Republican Incumbent Ken ANSWER 3. It Is my belief that both houses of tnt. '
and Roy Haden. Democrat former sheriff. With legislature should be apportioned on the basis "'
of the campaign advertising being done through population and that disparity of representation nor
use of car-mounted signs the candidates are as wouu",>
exceed 15%. I would favor any such plan
their Ingenuity In parking the cars where equitably reflect representation without causing coup!
will be seen by the Of
greatest number of
voters. legislative
- tics not contiguous to constitute either
car, carrying a Baden sign was parked near senatorial districts and which would not cause *\
at the Westgate Shopping Center Friday-- unwieldy house and senate by virtue of excesalysenators
on either side, only a few feet away was a car and
representatives. _
a sign with Sheriff Gross name on It.

pleasure to see and talk again with our winter The Islander
1 many of whom are returning to their An Independent Weekly published every ThYtsJq
homes each week now. after spending weeks by I THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

lake.touring Many the country report that or vacationing the weather at some"up 314 PI.. A...".. Anne Morie' Island Florid' .*.

is getting chilly and they tell of having had EDITOR..............___.___STEVE KIMBA1L
turned on for several weeks before they left ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KlMaAlL
We can atill remember what they are talk- MAIL ADDRESS: P. 0. Do 737.AnnMaria.TELEPHONE .Florida.
but hope that a few more years here will : 778-2O2I
to erase those memories.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. JX3O
- tlon of the Island which has changed per years W for aim months. Canada tS
aemi-wilderneaa rapidly S per year. ADVERTISING RATES a w
to a residential area in the $1 per column Inch. Discount of ten ::: M
two years Is that Bay front section of Anna Maria percent for !>consecutive Insertions Q. ::
of the City Pier. Any Island resident who hasn't If, paid by tenth of following month. ,,. ti
I down that way recently owes It to himself to National or agency placed advertising
aoon. and ta due for a pleasant SI.26 per column inch. .
3urprI+'
e. an.....twra4nta-
;is no spectator Sport- CLOSING TIME NOON. TUESDAY.
TINt Cleared and the Uncleared- Entered as Second Class matter' under
better appearance? October ia the we must strive for is the Act of March 3. 1179.

your borne and grounda. (ISLANDER
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Shh-Kiwanians At Work !

Have you ever treated your taste buds to a ham-
burger prepared by a printing plant executive;a snow
cone prepared by a banker; popcorn by a newspaperman ,
; a milkshake by a mortician or french fries by ,
an accountant?
Such has become normal weekend procedure at the
Manatee County Beach pavilion in Holmes Beach
(' since the Island Kiwanis. Club assumed direct opera-
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Ls. : Se.. L t Les Jackson Island contractor serving the popularsnow
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:1. cones. Anderson (upper left picture) is the
club president and Lott and Jackson are past
presidents. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
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1 *, Nurseryman Clyde Phelps (left) and accountant Bob
Pool serve customers of the refreshment stand on responsibilities include that of ice production mana-
n busy Sunday afternoon. ger. Bob Pool and his wife Patty deserve special
k : L L.1 mention for their unselfish contributions of time and
:.g" Itself as well as the building and adjacent grounds.A kitchen skills. Doug Gilmore and Sid Brown fill in
news reporter in trying to write an accurate wherever their efforts can be utilized. Brown is
story and to throw the bouquets in the right direction president-elect of the club.
is hard-pressed in a situation where so many civic- Building and grounds maintenance workers are Les
minded citizens are contributing to a project which Jackson Walter Botkin and Ed Havcrkos. They havea
supports a program of college scholarships and a long list of general maintenance duties and special
j series of annual contributions to Happiness House. projects they are tackling with the assistance of the
\ Mortician Erik Anderson(back to camera)and George Most of the work is being done by the volunteers Rev. Lester Utz Bob Hoffman Herald Higgins and
Lott Jr., printing plant executive on the working side but all admit that there would be very little accomplished Howard Adams.
of refreshment stand counter Saturday afternoon. had not A. J. "Al" Norman agreed to lend Altogether the club members are proving the adage
his services as a paid beach manager temporarily. that "many hands make light work.NTIONC.
tion of the refreshment stand at the beach less thana His long hours at the refreshment stand have createda
month ago. Every member of the local service club happy friendly atmosphere which beach visitors
has been 'pitching in" to make the beach facility have noted with great pleasure. :>
pleasant for its visitors and although the time of yearis Kiwanis members who are volunteering their timeat
considered "off season," the lunch counter busi- the beach are counter boy Clyde Phelps; popcorn
ness seems to be prospering.The specialist Ed Bauman; short order cook George Lott
club members led by Bob Pool and his beach Jr., and snow cone specialists Carl Keeler and Mel Have
committee and Erik Anderson Kiwanis president Akins. Earle Cromer seems to have found his callingin your
also are making great strides in Improving the beach the soft drink department. Erik Anderson's many LAUNDRY S DRY CLEANINGdone


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, Page 4All ISLANDER Thursday October 8. 1964

ROBERT D. CABLE. USN son of
Mr. and T
About P Ople... Robert S. Cable of 5400 Gulf Drive. Holmes Beach Mrs"

j., .x Is serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare SUpport
Ccrrpenfer-Sargeanf Wedding aircraft carrier USS INTREPID which recently

I Miss Janet Andre Sargeant and Samuel Preston received the Navy's Battle Efficiency "E". The
Carpenter Jr. were married at the home of Mr. and INTREPID serves periodically with the Sixth Fleet In
. Mrs. J. Stanley Sargeant of 826 Bay Boulevard South ay the Mediterranean and participates in exercises to
Anna Maria on Friday Oct. 2. The Rev. Dr. J. M. Improve her combat readiness and efficiency.
McLeod pastor of the First Methodist Church of St. MRS. ARTHUR L. COLES of Sunrise Lane.Holmes
Petersburg performed the ceremony.The y ,,1i t Beach will soon return to her home on the Island
bride given In marriage by her father chosea after spending three months in Detroit. While in
pure silk street length dress in winter white with Detroit. Mrs. Coles underwent eye surgery Harper
shoes to match and a corsage of white orchids. Miss t Hospital.MR. .
Sherry Sargeant the bride's sister was her maid of AND MRS. HENRY W. DOWNS of Gulf Drive
honor. She wore a powder pink sheath and a corsage Anna Maria returned last week from a twoweektrip
of sweetheart roses. The home was decorated with to Nassau.
white roses.Attending i'r MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. J. p.
the bridegroom as best man was J.Stanley McDermott of Lakeland and children..Mrs. J. G.
Sargeant Jr., brother of the bride. After a Anderson of Wauchula. and party.
,. by the Immediate family the E EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henry of
coupe left for a wedding trip to Daytona Beach. :':, ; Lancaster Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Musgrave of
The bride daughter of J. Stanley Sargeant and Mrs.E. ,, Dayton Ohio.FLAMINGO.
W. Hedlund graduated from Acalanes High SchoolIn :# COURT MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Peter
San Francisco and attended Florida Southern MRS. SAMUEL PRESTON CARPENTER JR. Gregory of Opalocka.BAY .
College In Lakeland.Mr. VIEW COTTAGES: Mrs.C.J.Parker of Floral I
Carpenter Is the son of Mrs. S. Preston Car- MR. AND MRS. GARDNER BOWEN have returnedto City and daughter Carolyn.
penter of Winter Garden and the late Mr.Carpenter.He their home on 77th Street. Holmes Beach for the LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Ed Haynes of Dallas.Texas I
is a graduate of Lakeview High School Winter winter after spending four months on the shores of ..Miss Jane Krutchfield of Newport News Va...
Garden and attended the University of Florida.He is Lake Superior in northern Minnesota and Canada. Miss Jo Cruikshank of Pittsburgh...Henry L. Blake i
associated with Universal Food Products Inc. of MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. BARNES of 308-56th of Auburn. Ala...Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wall of Livonia
Lakeland. The couple will reside at 415 West Highland Street. Holmes Beach are home from a six-week Mich..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DePirro of Northlake
Street Lakeland upon their return. trip north during which they visited their son and his 111., and family...Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Larry of
family in Newport News Va., and their daughter and Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cook of Detroit...
FRED COPPOTELLI son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank her family in East Orange N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Aired of Tampa and family...
Coppotelll of Bradenton Beach has been named to the MR. AND MRS. BRIAN BURGHARDT of Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. Grant Casity of Lakeland.
dean's list at the Illinois Institute of Technology of Beach are parents of a daughter. Dana Lee who was TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. Feezell Mary-
Chicago. The dean's list is made up of all students born at Manatee Memorial Hospital Sept. 29. Mrs. ville Tenn...Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hebblow of Tampa
I who have distinguished themselves academically Burghardt is the former Miss Nancy Steele and Mr. ...Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Smoke of Lyerly Ga...Mr.
t during the past semester.. He graduated from the Burghardt is a son of Mr.and Mrs.Gordon Burghardt.MR. and Mrs. John Tucker of Lincoln Neb...Mr. and
Institute In June and Is now doing graduate work there. AND MRS. HERMANN ROMEIKE of Lakeview Mrs. Edgar Bowns of Lakeland.
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR E. SHUMARD of Tarpon Drive Anna Maria have returned to their Island CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson of
, Street Anna Maria returned home a few weeks ago home after spending five months in Germany visiting Bradley.
I from a trip to Dcerficld Ill. friends and family. They spent some time with their ROD & REEL MOTEL: Miss Edith C. Wimberleyand
MR. AND MRS. L. V. RUCKEL of Gulf Park have daughter Carla. who teaches at Mainz-on-Rhine and Miss Katherine Watkins of Sanford.. William C.
returned to the Island for the winter. They have beenin who is the Miss Romeike who has furnished the Boese of Gainesville.. .Mrs. Anne Sanborn of McIntosh -
Shelby Mich. for several months. superb photographic studies for The ISLANDER. and children...James A. Chisholm of North
A3/c JOHN F. MCDONALD son of Mr. and Mrs. Recently she was awarded two bronze medals in Hampton N. H...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and Mr.
George McDonald of 62nd Street Holmes Beach is England for her photography.MR. and Mrs. B. P. Wiggins of Mulberry...Dr. P. L.
spending a leave with his parents after finishing his AND MRS. HARRY McCALLUM of Jacaranda Smook of Tampa.. E. E. Anderson and Henry Evansof
basic training at Lackland AFB Texas.He will report Avenue Anna Maria returned to the Island recently Lake Wales.S. .
for new duty on Oct. 14,at Columbus AFB Miss., and from Camp Douglas Wis., where they have been for S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
expects to be attached to the .454. Bomber Wing. several months. Judson of Muskegon Mich...Mr. and Mrs. John
MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE KENNEY are back in MR. AND MRS. R. A. WELLS JR. of Auburndalehave Shelby of Chicago and Mrs. Mary Shelby...Mr. and
Bradenton Beach after a summer in So.Haven Mich. purchased a home on Bay Blvd., Anna Maria Mrs. H. B. Shofflett of Tampa on their honeymoon...
and will vacation here each season. Mr. and Mrs. Allen T. Ledbetter of Smyrna Ga.GARBAGE .


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First Can-$2.25-Each Additional Can-$1.00
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS. 5% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
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Thursday October 8, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 5


aaBowlingjleagues L A.. Miller Rasmussen 195 190A. mire about people E. Delos Wetmore If

Rasmussen 189 (center) receiving a
MR. AND MRS. OWEN LIVELY of 3110 Avenue F, 50 Masonic .
year pin 4,
HIGH SERIES(MEN)
Holmes Beach recently came to the Island from
A. Rasmussen 611 at last week's meet-
E. Schmidt 362 Cave Springs Ga., to spend a month at their home ing of Island High '
L. Miller 336 here. ,
L. Stafford 527 Twelve Club from I
ISLAND MIXED LEAGUE C. Chapman 313 MRS. FRED LaFORCE of Radnor Pa., daughter of Dr. Harold Pierce
League leading Anna Marl City Pier F. Moc 31O Mrs. R. C.Boozer of 514 77th Street Holmes Beach
won only two point in its match with R. Adair 495 Past District Dep-
Sand Bar in Island Mixed League action D. Connlck 491B. died last week after a long Illness.She is survived by Grand
uty
Friday evening, but clung to a two- Hottman 488 her husband and three sons. Master.-)
point lead In the league standings. R. Schuchard 488 At right is Earle
High scores In the match were Lefty R. Ferguson: . 488 MAX HERKLOTZ of West Berlin Germany was a Cromer president
227-611.Miller. 190-$36. Andy Rasmussen. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE guest last week of Mrs. Elsa Hildebrandt of North of the High Twelve y

Other scores went Connlck's TV 3. Bayou Marina Anna Marla City Pier Shore Drive Anna Maria. Club. __
Dick Wagner Realty 1.(Jim Anderson Island Marine Supply Dick Wagner MR. AND MRS. FRANK MOYLE of LaGrange. Ill.
203. Dick Connlck. 491; Dud 1-la man. Sand Bar B % K Hardware High Twelve Club of members from the
became
166-488) Schuchard Plumbing Island Pharmacy permanent residents of the Island last week
Island Marine Supply 3. B e.K Hardware Linen Rental Island Tra. T when they moved into their home on Baronet Lane Dradenton High Twelve
1. (Frank .183-51O;Dorothy Island Furniture Comtek's TV The Island High Twelve Club are expected to
Bower. 180-466) f # Key Royale. which they purchased last spring. Club will hold Its regular attend. In the of
Linen Rental 3. Island Furniture 1. ISLAND BOWLING LEAGUE HELEN BRADLEY of 2110 Avenue A, Bradenton event
(Chick Chapman 2O3-319:Roy Ferguson First place Island Marine Supply weekly luncheon meetingat Inclement weather, the
174-488) held on to Its lead In the Island BowlIng Beach returned recently from Port Clinton Ohio 8
noon Thursday. Oct. meeting will be held at the
Schuchard Plumbing Bayou Marina League Monday evening at where she spent the summer.
1.(RaySchuchard.184-488;Ed Haver- Van Winkle Bowladrome. by winning DR. AND at the Anna Maria Bay Anna Maria Community
kos. 168-448) three points In Its match with Roeer MRS. K. W. STENSTROM of 541 Key Park. A committee head- House.
Island Trader 3. Island Pharmacy 1. Men's Club. High scores In the match Royale Drive Holmes Beach have come back to the
(Johnny Elrod. 163-478;Frank David were:Jim Wulchet. 228-580.and DickWiggins. Island from Grand ed by club members Ralph Leon F. Stafford. Island
son. 173-477). 19O-496. Marais Minn., where they spent Parrish and Tom fire
McKay, marshal will be the
Other scores were Bayou Marina 4. several months during the summer and early fall.
LEAGUE STANDINGSAnna The ISLANDER O. (Gary Wagner.2O1. MR. AND MRS. will prepare and serve speaker at the meeting of
E. H.
Maria City Pier 14 Roy Phillips. 542; Pat Flanagan.178- BAUMAN of 74th Street barbecued mullet and hush the club on Thursday Oct.
Connlck* TV Service 12 494). Holmes Beach enjoyed a four-day trip to Nashville
puppies to all club members I S. He will talk
National
Island Marine Supply 12 VanOetenbrldge Builders 3. Island Tenn. over the weekend.MR. on -
Bayou Marina 11 Bank 1.(Chick Chapman Z34- 21;Bill past their wives and Fire Prevention Week.
B K Hardware 11 Britt 193-467). AND MRS. ED 1 HAVERKOS of 72nd Street. other
Linen Rental Service 10 Gray. Econowaah 3. Bay Area Insurance Holmes Beach returned home a week ago from a guests. A number All Masons are invited.
Sand Bar 10 1. (Charles W.aver.191-515;
Dick Wagner Realty 9 Earl Drew. 198. ArtSchumaker.331). trip to Mexico.
Schuchard Plumbing 8 Tropical Vista 3. Schuchard PlumbIng MRS. R. C. SCHUCHARD of Lakeview Drive. Anna B1eGt- HAYDON BURNS
Webb's Island Pharmacy 8 1. (Tom Edwards 2O -SI3; Bob
Island Trader 8 Adair 203. Byron Arkebauer. SOl). Maria last week attended the wedding of her nephew.

Island Furniture. Cnter. 7 Reynard's Webb' Island Restaurant Pharmacy 1.5.2.S.(Russell Pete Richard Jewell to Miss Ruth McLeod. at Ranburne. Governor of FloridaMayor

HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) King 175. Bill Thlbodeau. 474; Earl Ala. Jewell is a test engineer for the Georgia Power
D. Bower 180 Carter. 181._Robert, Jud.on. 487). & Light Co. in Ranburne.

B.. Guild Carter 167B. 163D. LEAGUE- STANDINGS- MR. AND MRS. FRANK B. GILES of 54O6& Holmes candidate, Durn In the is i qovernor's (tie<

Bower 156R. Island Marine Supply 14 Boulevard Holmes Beach are now occupying their race who has
Haverkos IV Tropical Vista 13
P. Chapman 147D. Bayou Marina 13 home here after a summer spent in Clayton. Ga. % shown his ability to
Davidson 147 VanOstenbridge Builders 12 MR. AND MRS. W. A. ALDERMAN who have been 4 provide 'leadership and
D. Warner 146K. Gray's Econowash 12 sound business policy
winter
residents of
the Island for
Ferguson 145B. Bay Area Insurance 8 many years have .in government. His op
144 Schuchard Plumbing 7 returned from .
Guild Jamcsport.
ponent can only promIse
Webb's Island Pharmacy 5.3 N. Y. to their home at ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC' what he might do.
HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Pete Reynard's Restaurant 4.5
D. Bower 466B. Island Bank 4 531-77th Street. Licensed Electrical' Haydon Burn has
Guild 438 Ro.er Men's Club 2 Con rear toes been elected mayor of.
B. Carter 420 The ISLANDER . 1 Gulf Drive e' Pin Avenwe Jacksonville five time
P. Geyer 412K. J. Wulch.t 580 L. (ROY) FERGUSON in the first primary by
Ferguson 410 TOP TEN GAMES J. Holmes 545 PHONES De. 778-714; 1 the people' who know
p. Hottman 409 Chapman 234 R. Phillip. 542 N1.&, 77S.7059: Him bet and soundly
R. Haverkos 399J. J. Wulchet 228 A. Schumaker 531
n
LoClcero 396D. T. Edwards 205 C. Chapman S2' endorse tits proven
Davidson 377B. B. Adair 2O3 II. Nlealotoedakl 520 leadership.
Schmidt 370 R. Haynes 203 C. Weaver 513
Reasoner & Anson
Gary Wagner 201 G. Dykatra 312 MAKE THE
HIGH GAMES (MEN) J. Wulchet 200 = Free
A. Raamuasen 227L. E. Drew 198 NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Delivery
Stafford 2O5 F. Mac 196R. laland Pharmacy Gray a Econowaah lo the Island. 7'' JACKSONVILLESTORY
C. Chapman 203 Haynes. 196 Bayou Marina VanOatenbrldgeTropical
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J. Anderson 203 Vista Day Area Ine. Tel: 744-06:M or THE
E. Schmidt 203 TOP TEN SERIEST. Pet Reynard Schuchard Plumbing 746-9110 after :& p. in:
E. Schmidt 200R. Edwards 383 Roeer Men**Club Island Bank
Adair 199 R. Haynes Sao ISLANDER Island MarlnSupply DIXIE CRANTrliCTI7.ULDG.HIBISCUS y FLORIDA STORY

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BUILDING & MASONRY

CONTRACTINGAnna ALT RESISTANT PLANTINGPHELPS Sheriff II

NURSERV

Maria 778.2557HAYDEN. 309 Pine Ave.. Anna Maria City Ken Gross 1)j..




STONE Wyman-Grcen & Blalock, Inc. RepublicanCandidate, 1


iiII: INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED 1692 HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE w- J
Emtoblimhod 1908 ForReEIctiou

AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES

A Phone Coll Will Bring a Represejotattv

MACEL J. HINKLE C. C. CARTER RAY P. DUPLER

JACK POLLOCK OTTO W. SPAHR AUDREY RAUCH 422 Twelfth. St. r.*.... 742-1431
FRANK PERKINS GEORGE R. WILSON Dear Island Citizen

KAOCKTON I would like to tako thl.opportunity to toll you about

Cortez Plaza-- Telephone 747-1811 Homo of the services your Sheriff** Department

provide tho people of Anna ,.larlalland and LongboatKey.

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We at the Sheriff Office have continuously providedAnna

TRY Maria Inland and Longboat Key with police

Infl' protection after midnight and whenever called upon
by the resident or police chief of the four munici

Old palities.We .
provide radio communication for the Inland

milwaukee police department through our office. On weekend

bee ?Nta-, your Sheriff Department provide a uniformed

t16 "",, ..., ,. motor patrol of the entire Island area. In addition to
BATHING SUITS having two uniformed deputle on duty at the public
beach.
G ra ffff of California BREWED FOR THAT Your Sheriff) Department lo provide lodging

COORDINATES WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE care and security for any person arrested by the
Island police chief whenever It 1* necessary to

t1t1 confine the persona to jail.
'PtU4e Under the prevent set-up, each city has lie own

THE TOLL HOUSE police chief but whenever a situation arise) where

COS COB DRESSES (C"-" THe COQUINA) RESTAURANTNext additional help or equipment 1* needed we have been
and always will be available to lend assistance 24

3EANIE SPORTSWEAR to Post Office Plaza hour.I always a day.have endeavored to do only those thing

Anna Maria which would enable urn to have better enforcement

for our county and which would make thl* a

Johnnye Jr. DRESSES community which you and your family are proud to
FRIDAY Special--Fresh Caught Grouper $1.0O
call home.

Saturday fa Sunday Special Sl.OOfcUp Sincerely, r/

('OF DALLAS New Hours Starting Nov. I L


*7 to 15 8 to 2O 38 to 44 Weekdays II lo 2...5.lo 9 Ken C1"o.I.
Sheriff
Sundays Noon 10 8 p.m.
12fc to 24&t
KEEP HONESTY AND INTE6WTY
BREAKFAST SERVED
!'o* Office Plaza

FRIDAY and SATURDAY K-OECT SHE MTF KEN GROSS

Anna Maria City Midnight te 4 a.m. PAID rOCmCAL,AfiVCMrrMCMCMT







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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday October 8. 1964CHURCHES



LEGAL INVITATION NOTICES TO BID A. M. Garden ClubA ANNA(Continued MARIA from .Page. 1) Birds Of A Feather _

Tb City of Aims Marti Florida meeting of the Anna will Include provision for
01
Invites aleel bids for Installation
ST. BERNARD MISSION an ejector] system for two toilets st Maria Garden Club the the city to make its own

(CATHOLIC) the City Pier s waste line to the first of the season will be inspections of all new
shore, septic tank: and drainage field. :
Rev. Francis F*. W.lsn.111.rMASSi Further Information may be obtained held at 2 p.m., Wednesday roofs and seawall instal- I

SUNDAY a & lOam st the Anna Maria City Office. Bidsmust Oct. 21, at the Anna Maria lations.
WEEKDAYS* 8 am be In the City Office by 12 Noon.
HOLY DAYSl 8 am & 6 pm Friday Oct. 16. 1964. and will be Community House. The commission also: H} p ,.
ROSARY & BENEDICTION opened at s special meeting of held the Eric Colby of Reasoner'sNursery decided not ,to shell the
be
WEDNESDAYS 7I3O Board 01 Cooimlaalonera. to
pmHorv.y .t 10 a.m.. Monday. Oct. 19. 1964. will speak at the surface of Fern Street; _

M.morlal ChurchHon.D.nomlnotlonal The Board of Commissioners reserves all- meeting. He is consideredan Heard Cox report that
or
the right to reject any
( ) bids. outstanding authorityon he had had plans preparedfor

Bradenton Beach FRANCES V.MAXON trees and related plant- the proposed plumbingat
.. City ClerfcINVITATION
Simm.
W.
R. A.
SUNDAYS ings. His subject will be the City Pier; .a

9:30 am Sunday School The Board of Commlsaloners TO BID of the .Beautlfication and Con- Heard a financial reportby

I City of Anna Maria. Florida will servation," relation to City Clerk Fran Maxon
Qirlstlon Sclonc Sarvlca received sealed bids for insurance with that the has balanceof
the a
Island specific city
A. M. Community House policies .. follows Bond for City
Clerk! Property Floater office burglary emphasis on salt spray $17,932;

SUNDAYS 9tOO am Sunday Service Gablllry.and all robberys of which comprehensive expire Oct. 31. tolerance soil and con- Approved for payment

1964. Coverage to be the same.daatproyldocI ditions unique to Island bills totaling $621; / a V. r +IA
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ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. which are under available existing for Inspection poise. at. plantings. He also will Heard a report by the ,,,,

Lee ....1611. Pastor. the City Office. Bids must be sub- discuss the preservationand mayor that he had asked
mined to the City Clerk by 12 Noon.
THURSDAY of for financial
conservation
statement
many a
7i3O Sarah park.r Clrelo Friday. Oct. 16. 1964. and will be
SUNDAY pm opened st a special meeting of the trees and plants found from the Island Welfare Famous pelicans at Anna Maria City Pier enjoyinga
be held
to
Board 01 Commissioners
lOiOO 8l3O: am am Sunday Worship School Service Lord's st 10 a.m.. Monday. Oct. 19. 1964. growing in their natural Fund but had not received Sunday afternoon siesta. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Supper' The Board of Commlsaloners reserves form here. it; and

6:30 5i3O pm Worship Concord Service7l3O Choir ....... the right to reject any or all Officers of the club say Heard Meyer report the

: pm pm Youth Fellowshi p FRANCES.Clerk V.MAXON this is a most timely new trash pickup had beena ietUt & ieeet Pic2,

MONDAY'7l3O pm S. S. Workshop City program in relation to the headache to the city but ON THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END OF THE ISLAND.

TUESDAY UNCLASSIFIEDdvancw present Islandwide drive it would be continued on a NEXT TO ROD A REEL MOTEL
7iOO pm Church Choir for beautification of the for month.
WEDNESDAY paymentItoM required trial basis a NEW MANAGEMENTS FRANK NELL CAVENDISH

7iOO 4 lOO pm Xnlormodlalo RA. GA. Sunbeam GA t _>ljQQ-BO_i iu.IA.Intstn entire Island and they SNACK BAR. BEER A. SOFT DRINKS-Opon Dolly 6 am ta 10 P...
pm
7lOO pm Prayer Mooting. have extended an invita- Shell Fuel Oil Mondays 6 to 6 You AU Come and Meet The Fish!
I'OR:iA 1 411-11.tcua-A-a..ona, IJOAC tion to anyone who would
... In Good Condition. Extra equipment.
Rose M rlal Church
ONLY $43O. Harry McCallum. 792 like to hear the speaker. PHONE 7434)691)
(N.-D..I..tl..l) Jicarindi. Anna FOR ALL LINES OF INSURANCE
..... Richard' K. .1..iao Beauil/ul Day Mar'lhk78-3U9. Tax DELIVERY ON ISLAND
Cigarette
Pastor Large Carport. Utility room, plus CONTACT
THURSDAY Efficiency Apt. woutside ent. All Cigarette tax returns for EVERY FRIDAY
9,00 am Guild E.. Bd. .....U.. Furnished. Paved St. See It nowl' Buy The Island Insurance AgencyRAY
3lOO pm Rosor Chorlstors Irer owner. 417 Piy plvd.. A. M. August were: Anna Maria
4'00.. Cantus Choir TO uu YI AiiU.s. coins. $638; Bradenton Beach Please Place Order HARDY: POST.OFFICE PLAZA
7i3O Senior Choir Cold. Currency or Foreign Coins of
pm any Country, or old Medals.. Tokens. $1,382 and for Holmes JwL
SUNDAYS ( \ ANNA MARIA
.lOO am Worship Service etc. Byron a Bizarre' Bazaar 24O34th Beach. 1178. by 5p.m. Thursday Agent +
School 1 St- Wnradrnton.. Ph7f76| &=
lOiOO Sunday 778-1969 \ 3 V FLORIDAGary's
:
lists am Worship .... ee FOR RENTS Month, season,or year.
7 tOO pm Youth FellowshipUONDAYl Two Bedroonlouse at l3-79th St..
Muir... n..art Phone 7711.2'701,
lOiOO' am Group 3. Youth Room FUR SALHi 14 It. Gulf liner _/ IObp : FUNERAL HOMES
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Mercury Elec. Starting ft Trailer. ft4ae. Sunland Garden Center
TUESDAY Leaving Star.-.Mu.t .U--.7S. It'sSfr

12 Noon Guild I1O Luncheon MootlaaWEDNESDAY 'b..uti'dJ7' BR c.IU 7 Elec.?'- 04( t. 5307 GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

...::1 pm Mission Workshop. ......porch. overlooking Gulf. Rose M. Petunia and Tomato Plants READY
Jackson SIO E. Fern St.. AJK.Phone 1 / 7r.
Church of Th. Annunciation T.mp. rta.ATTd. y 5 ry iQl r ? v Heiser
(Episcopal) YEAR AROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Fish Taxidcrmy-Mikc
I MOWING. TRIMMING
Ran Gorald K. Low, ".otor EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- After 5:00p.m.: Call 746-74O2
THURSDAYl ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
PROMPT EFFICIENT 24 HOUR Ambulance ServiceT.I.ph.ls.
9100. Holy Eucharist SERVICE.plus COMPLETE HOME REPAIR & YARD SERVICE
20th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY REASONABLE RATES--Referencee.
8,00 am Holy Eucharist KEN FELLOWS PHONE 77I2S94after CUSTOM DRAPES MADE TO ORDER
1OI30 am Family Eucharist 4 4.1Q PM. 210- B3th SLOTS .. II n. .: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLANDBRADENTON
Semen ChurcSchool FOR SALES 9S ft. on Can. FREE Mosquito Control Spray
72nd St..-$ .OOOj Blmlnl Bay Lots 742-1011
priced for quick sale Gulf Pronto
L.s..b..t Islane? CKee-ol $10.000) 77th St. Canal. $4.OOOt 73th CLOSED WED. & SAT. AT NOON
(N.m-D.o.Slno f I ow.l) St. Canal. $3.SOOs 73rd St.. $3.000.
FRIDAYllOiOO IN. B. PROTHERO Reg. Real Estate
Broker. 116 glat 5trrrt. 778-3334,
am Prayer Group tr'k FOODLINERQuality
SATURDAY CAREFUL DRIVER with Chauffeur'sLicense
1"0... Choir Rohoarsal. and Insurance--Will Drive 1/ote 'an
SUNDAYS You or Your Car Anywhere-Anytime.H .
>.fonabla Raigs. PhotvM 77S-I3O6- &
.I t S am Sunday School Variety
1 1 lOO am Worship Service A. 8ar APARTMENr HUH RUNT Coup lee
mom "When Tho Rl.htoous ......" Only.--No Children.. Close to AnnsMarls
.130 pm Douklo Deeaeers Shopping Area.. Large, _11- ROY F. lADEN
kept ground Living room,
Gloria 0.1 | dinette, kitchen ft bath. Yearly bedroom. ....1.. TabURlt Tasty & Too ... Round St.ak-Lb.. ..............89*
Evwrtg.llc.lLutheran $30 per mo. Jack Marshall. Realtor TabURlta Tasty & fonder Sirloin Stook-Lb.............$1.09TahlaRlra
Church M M nM 6ypg jar .. 7T<-3ftl t. Tasty & Tender T.Bono S..ak-L..S1.19

..... LosUr M. Ufa, Posts 1SLANUUK PHuru As a service to TaklaRlrw B..
our readers' we can offer a Sal f-Front' Qwortor*-Wropl for Prooxor 4.b..4St.
SUNDAYS Church. School enlargement of any picture appearing TobloRlto. Fresh Ground Bo.f-3-Lb Package.$1.39

1OI30 Sit S em am Sunday Momlite Worship .....,.. t1 FOR:ttt* SAL PMW i f runt' ro"'Til-.vf...u... Lu hi l lon LIKES Corned Beef Hash-300 sta.-Each..29 Democratic F.

73 h St.. s.OUO. Beautiful corner' To Wo. Troot Indian Too otoo.-3O3 Con-7 for.......... $1.00

Lot. 76th ft palm Dr.. Docking ft T..... King Ce>m-303 Slxa_7 For...........................$1.0O
Beach : .. 3300. Four Lois Del Moft,. PsocKos) She C.n-4 for...................$1.00HI Candidate
close Anna Maria stores. 92 ,.
VOTE $I.SO ..ca.. Blmlsl Bay c....,...... C Frvlt Drlnk. -Oranow, Grvpa, Punch. Plnoopplo iGeepohult
$>.000 up. Mahar Real. 77th ft Gulf Oronyw-Plnoopolo For.. .89*
DrlT... 1101",_.. n. aU TT .ltV. *
For

Sias:. REGISTER HERE FOR
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VOTE NOV. 3 / Looking For A BusinessON


Are You Looking? THE ISLAND?

George Wagner REALTYISLAND
I Write or Talk to US
SHOPPING CEN FER .
E 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA About Our Exclusive ListingsFOR
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SLASONAL: RENTALS WR1TI US EARLY

R DICK WAGNER, Realty

i: JACK'S Phone 778-2663

2217 GULF L>RIVf?:. BHADENTON HIACM!:
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1 : BARGAIN BOARD F E.;

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Anna Maria DuplexClose r ,
THIS OWNER wants to sell so he has set a
| to Beach and Fishing Piers this Selling Price. Two 7 -foot lots between the
{Property has a good rental historybutmy -- 2 Highway and the Gulf--ONLY $3.OOO eachl
advice is to add a screened porch to
each apartment and you will then have a
dandy investment. It is completely furnished. A--C
with an extra $2.00O lot thrown in--Gratis! =1E ; 'oesce4 ad
All for Only 10500. We can arrange terms.
The "home-y home. Two bedrooms bath.
Bay Front Cottage E Older home with improvements such as:
A TOP LOCATION in Anna Maria. SeawalledLot. \:16 New roof modern kitchen and central heat
Nicely Furnished. A first class rental -n'r;: ... e and air-conditioning. Well landscaped lots of
for Summer & Winter. Terms can rrees. In Excellent location with Gulf view.
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property be Arranged. Only 13300. *..., -.. WELL PIUCED.'f .

Key Royale Home at 503-71st Street. Holmes Beach (top), 'A.''
recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs.Alfred L.Perini ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME REALTO"
Sacrifice--Key Royale Home. This new home of Framingham. Mass from Mrs. Gayle Michael. .//OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 77 D33
_ has three bedrooms two baths central heat Transaction was handled by Gertrude Dlasslngamc. ) ,I. ANNA MAHIA. FLOHIOA 1/1-'
and air conditioning. Property stands owner Realtor and Ralph Parrish of Parrish Realty both of
$22.000 PLUS--to be sacrificed at 19400. Anna Maria as cooperating brokers.
SEE ME FOR FULL DETAILS.
Home at 111 Shell Drive. Holmes Beach (lower), LISTED
WE HAVE
Canal Front LotA which has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. RobertA.
Peters of White Bear Lake.Minn from the Estateof
Dandy Canal Front Lot--75 ft. Wide and Dorothy Holden. Jack Marshall. Realtor of Anna 100 x 120 Canal Front
Close to BEACH in Excellent Neighborhood.Will Maria negotiated the transaction. (Islander Photos)
Sacrifice for $3.OOO. with Only $500 Lot for $4000
and the balance month.
Down at $50 per UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE

JACK MARSHALL Realtor INSURANCE COMPANYs ALSOA
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M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria I Water View Lot With
52ft 12th Si w.,. BIADINTON. FLA. ,..... 741.44
Boat Slip for $2,500

VOTE /

Another SEASIDE ApartmMt,

L UIBCHIJ100T DtVaOPfflfllT T CORPORflTIOII74r NEW SOLD

BAY FRONT '. .
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7..J #. I HOME Jack Holmes
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Presents _ NEW & UltraModern.Two Realtor and Developer
OR & Two BATHS
heat & air-
Central
.. ,. Tkt 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648
...... -;.' conditioning. YOU just
:1( can't beat this vlewlillBHAUTIPULL
FLORIDA
Y Furnished HOLMES BEACH,
and READY for
Immediate Occupancy.
BE THE FIRST to ace
THIS LOVELY HOME!



GULF DRIVECO Call Ralph Parrishor
ORCMATIVCAPARTMENTS Peggy Moore jft
A..N.Parrish *... ; ?
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nw...-.*.i ***mm*m.tmt RealtyP

... HOLMES BEACH O. Pl..., A m iM.fi.

ANNA MARIA I ISLAND_ 778.1907 .' 778-3171


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MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION ....IIQ6C

HOUSE IW.mIl > OU

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FEATURING
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For Information Contact Robert S. Cable, J. EDWIN LARSON

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Sales Manager Phone 778-1611
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8 THE ISLANDER Thursday. October 8, 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH .1

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PI!=!JJ Fall & Christmas MerchandiseNOW

ti 'i1 tJ" :""':! cf1w 'dUIMr \ ....,. IN . gifts for everyone on
1t-1'Y' -.,c.Q ". 1t _- r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER your list from $1.00 up
I'f f\-..;..: y START YOUR CHRISTMAS

Drapes Faded? LAY-AWAY AND REMEMBER---

ha4 + 8' .,. Furniture a bit shabby? FREE Gift It Mail Wrap

t fJ'" "J )' '.. Pillows Lumpy? P'e . do it now while the
Rugs on the worn side? dddls, selection is still good
Shopping Center merchants checking on Monday's :. 1 l/ ,.... sANIq ..d Joke DulfKAtNIStc
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accident, agree: "It's a poor way to run a railroad. Lamps Unhappy? :


N. M-m-m-That's Bad! Summer Clearance

sIN Let US Re-Beautify Your Home Sale Continues

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DRESSES SWIM SUITS
Telephone 778-7079
SPORTSWEAR

YOUR EASY CHAIR SHIFTS Many from the
WITHPHILCD PITTS BURGH Hawaiian Room

COLOR TV SUN-PROOF NEW _

oil base Un-PrOf Dark Arnel Jerseys
HOUSE PAINT ffutc Pa"" Arriving Daily
PJrnsmuffiGII
Fall Paint-Up
Rivaled SPECIAL : LayAway- X Phone

Only 90 Reglar $7.95PER Plan -' 778.1161
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By ,. .c s 'tucww rnan tuon of
GAL. #161 Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort
Nature'
Holmes Beach Supplies Inc.
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
778-1131

5345. Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
HANDY DANDYOPEN
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONISLAND

TV 778-1703 \ CSpAKLN& 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
0 EVERY DAY
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. O
( ,. 0/ ISLAND
.. / ,.. SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

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.. FOLDING BIDS PART CIliS
Come In WE RENT FLAY flNS DIAMIS
HIGH CHAIRS *LINENS *SUNBATHING COTS
And Discuss STXOUItS BLANKETS
Linen Rental Service 77-1472
214.54th St. Holmes Beach
Your Financial

N..ds With Us. . I WcRManatee Call 778-2012

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Among Some of the Loans Plumbing Contractor

With Which We May Be County Water 5306 Holmes Boulevard
Company Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs
Are. . (HNCOtrOIATID)
Able To Help You
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Shopping. Center Holmes BocH florida
Purchase of AutomobilesTitle Telephone 778.2022 IEACHLIQUOR

I Home ImprovementReal -

Estate Mortgage HOUSE Your STOREGin

Consumer CreditCommercial ON FIRE? o.._, Vodka
Agen'ooe.ALLOur-
Loans ( y\ \ Fifth $2.99
Personal Loans FOR YOU+
): COMPLETE Beer Wine
4 TAILORED SevenUpCoca
: THE BANK. % D PROTECTIONFOR YOUR -1k.- Cola
CAR. HOME. 1UiERZ
PERSONALSEE i Like
Eu.Wh..4 .April 25. 1961 BUSINESS. Canada DryPhone

INDEPENDENT BANKING INSTITUTIONOn
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Anna Maria Islend /Jay 7782023FREE

j HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
778-1697 778-7548
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