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 15, 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: VID00246
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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Where Life* Is Peaceful . and Fishing Is Good PKY LISR"JlY'; ,

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No. 675 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 15. 1964 5I"w"t'


'\ H. B. Meeting AgendaA Special Meeting At +

.... ,,:" .' ,_.....wn1 ",. ,,, !l;:." +. ta\ .,. ., ). .'t":' Bradenton Beach
,< 't 1. f ,'';.. -It .' ; __ 1 meeting of the Holmes
: '
_t : V :,.' ,," ,.,.,:" " ., t "' ':. ,.: ....!: ',' ,.t.. ..:. ,., Beach Board of Aldermen A special meeting of the
....7 "\ff',,'.: '\Sr. 1""i''I"'t'. ::' ..' ,' .'t".. . .i, ',"0' ",. will be held at the city Dradenton Beach City
:
:r"t '.""'," -r.:.: i k' '.. ;?'.. ,. .t ,'r. office at 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday Council will be held at the
;. : : ;' : .; : ;. Oct. 20. city hall at 2 p.m.. Tuesday -
Among the items to be Oct. 20. to act on a
. : .discussed will be the first contract for road paving;
; .':,; -: 'reading of a proposed new to discuss building planning -

.. :' sign ordinance: a new gar and financing; to dis-
r t' : bage franchise and the cuss a new sidewalk In

w. ,' city's new trailer ordi- front of the post office
#//t,'. nance. Appointment of a and to hear a report on
new electrical Inspector a requested contributionfor
Louis Corn 1 o of Anna a new directional signto
I Maria also will be con- be erected in Palmetto.

sidered.At the. meeting of the Postal ReceiptsIsland

board of aldermen on Nov. postal receipts for t1
10. a hearing will be heldto the third quarter showed
consider a proposed a slight decline over the
amendment to the zoning same period In 1963. as
1 ordinance. did the total for the first
w ,k, rn,
A +ta nine months of this year.In .
Court Load Light Anna Maria the receipts -

Only three cases were for the quarter
!,.:f: tried at last week's court $5.699.44. were lower by
-.;.,. while the nine
session in Bradenton $137.56.
: .. Beach. month figure was $17.-
Mayor Henry Meunler 028.49. off $567.74.Bradcnton .
fined Leslie A. Pratt ofBradentun Beach which
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.- 1 Robert W. (Continued on Page 8))
Magln of Longboat Key
M y and Gerald D. Mollln of Trash PickupWith
Anna Maria $15 each on the two month trial
. ....L charges of speeding. All period for the new trash
_. '%4 three charges were made pickup service In Holmes
'___ ... .. by Police Chief James !Beach nearly over. Mayor
Lindsay. lilmer G. Twist this week
asked The ISLANDtifl; to
BradeHton Beach Residents Protest Appearance Erosion Faces Court Charge call the attention of Its
Cornell B. Smith. 40. of readers to some rules
Residents of Bradenton Road Department has been Spokesman for the group Money was appropriated Bradenton. the Island I which the city had udd. d. t
. Beach tp.aking to Mayor ,dumping rubble along the of re.ttlm"W**.HU tt4tr i. .two-ye...... who trythe SID .0.rrt.rtor t"e T mp., 'teewuse of ,,,-'act many .{
Henry Meunler at last edge of Highway 789. The M. Rose who was a leader to build a seawall along Tribune last week was property owners took advantage -
week s city council meetIng rubble apparently is for several months ago in the Gulf In area pictured charged with petty larceny of the pickup to -
complained that the the purpose of protectingthe circulating a petition to above. The wall cannot be In Holmes' Beach. clear lots of growth which
south end of the city along highway in case of protest the lack of erosion built however until all Mayor Elmer G. Twist had not been cut for yearn,
one section of the Gulf high water the section of protection for that part of the Gulf front property la, Issued a summons for the city had to limit the
"looks like a dump." The the road which suffered Bradcnton Beach. The purchased by the county. Hmlth to appear in the quantity to be picked up
complaint was specific in extensive damage In the petition was signed by some of which will haveto Holmes Beach Municipal Moml-rnonthly to a cubic
pointing out that the State September 1963 storm. 645 residents. be condemned. Court. Thursday Oct. I 15. yard. Any greater quan-
based on a signed complaint tity at each pickup will
Thieves Break Into by Hurry Pottingcr have to be paid for by- the
I-, r Webb's IslandPharmacy of the St. Petersburg property owner or householder -
IlmcH. Pottinger allegedthat .
Smith stole papers" Mayor Twist warned that
Iv Webb's, Island Pharmacyat from a Times rack a few further abuses of the service -
S9O4 Marina (Drive days earlier. would result In more
Y l Holmes' Beach was broken The summons was served restrictions or dlncnntinuanco -
into early I Wednesday by Police Chief W. H. of the service.
morning, and $1OOO to Snook Adams, who said Boating Course
L $1,2OO in cash stolen froma Smith's" address I IN 6O4
s small safe and a cash 31 Mt Ave. I::. Bradcnton. RegistrationAnyone
::4 --w
who wishes to
register. There seemed Dry Cleaning PlantTo
to be no merchandise 1 enroll In the Anna Maria
mIHKln Be Built Inland Power Squadron'scourse
The break was discovered A permit to build a dry in Piloting and
by a newspaper cleaning plant has been Small Boat Handling, may
delivery man. who called issued to I ii;. W. Itradow still do so. Although the
VwG Police Chief W. II. Adam Jr. by the City of Hoi'men Initial class wait held last
Adams Maid ho had checked Beach. The plant will .be. Monday evening, persons
the doors of the store built on the property ofMr. may still register for the
about midnight ao the and Mrs. P. A. Riles' course at the next session.
break occurred between opposite) >> the Island. Shop- There la no charge for c
that time and 4:3O a.m., ping Center on Cull Drive.liradow the course, which la taughtby
when it was discovered. who will build a group of qualified
Entry to the building was the plant on a contract volunteer' instructors In
made through the atorc'a would not disclose the the 'interests of greater
front door,after the heavy name of the person fur ,boating aafety.
7"Entry; to Webb's Island plate glaaa in the door had whom the work .la being The classes will' beheld'
Pharmacy was made early been smashed. One large. done It la under_ toud, .at the old. Cortex School
Wednesday morning* by niece of the glaaa war however the plant will be smashing the heavy plate lifted to one aide out of the operated under franchise |p.m.. Monday, starting on
IseF glass in front door. way. from chain of dryclean- t hinges on one aide of a era called /Betty Bright i registration la possible.ANNA .
2. Holmes Beach Police pair of locked cafe doors
Chief W.H.SnookaAdama leading lathe store's drug MARIA ISLAND WEATHERw.
checking small safe In department were pull||* j
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tore office from which off, although a person T_...
several. hundred dollars could easily have crawled T_...........
was stolen. under the doors. a M. Hmmm 4 .- HJ...i.
.q. A metal tool boa con- I
3. Store Proprietor J. D. Laming about S4OQ In Oct. 6--62 64 M 67 79 .1
.v Webb in pcia small. Cash "working change," was. Oct. 7--62 74 70 73 7ft None
register from which few taken from the top ol the s.- Oct. I/--6I 7* 70 78 79 .3
dollara worth of change aafe.. Oct. 9--6* 76 74 78 78 None
was. taken. .after tt> drawer J. D. Webb proprietorof : ,. OCI. IO--7OOct. 78 72 71 79 None
had been pried open the afore said his loss 1 t It -7O 711 72 7. 81 .1
and broken. ClSLANDRK .was. fully covered by Oct. 12--74 77 74 78 79 NoneTh
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Pace 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, October IS, 1954
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Islander Editorials

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Stand Up And Be Counted! Serious "Errors"

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Figures released a few days ago by Mrs. MableDavis "Anna Maria Island . (Is) approximately 20

Manatee County Supervisor of Registration Miles from City (Bradenton) Auditorium."
show that the county now has 39.117 registered A startling statement isn't it? Of course we knowIt

voters a new high. isn't true but that information was contained in
Of that total. 26.343 are registered as Democrats material recently mailed by the Manatee County

and 12.079 as Republicans. Those are the official Chamber of Commerce--over the signature of Fran -

figures but are not the correct figures. And why not? Hall the chamber's executive vice presidenttosome

Merely because a number of misguided Republicanswere 1,000 to 1.50O Florida residents.To -,

sold a bill of goods and registered as" start the story from the beginning--about a year ,

Democrats so they could "vote In the primaries. ago. Florida's statewide Parent-Teacher Associationheld .4 1

By so registering these Republican-Democrats its annual convention at Panama City. The top
have done their own party a great disservice by officers of the Manatee County PTA presented a pitch r

delaying the day when a real two-party system will for having this year's state convention in Bradenton.

be able to thrive in Manatee County.No Some time later the association's committee chargedwith .

one knows how many of those pseudoDemocratsthere choosing a convention site visited the county. 4

are in the county but there maybe as many as After a conference with various chamber, school and

5,000. Using that as an arbitrary figure although it city officials the committee gave the city the nod.

may be too small or too large what those hidden The convention is scheduled for the Bradenton City

Republicans are doing in reality is to swell the list Auditorium, Nov. 17-19. According to various

of Democrats by that many and to shrink the numberof sources of Information, from 1,000 to 1,500 delegateswill
Republicans. U Republican leaders were able to attend.

point to 5.00O additional Republican voters, and 5,000 Over the past weekend an Island motel owner told
fewer Democrats, It would be much easier to find The ISLANDER about a letter and accompanying

candidates willing to take the necessary time money information sent by the County Chamber of Commerceto
and effort to run for office--and to rout out a lot of each of the delegates. And although the motel owner

potential contributions to help those candidates defraythe did not have one. it did not take long to secure a copy. i-f

high cost of getting elected. The first part of the brief letter read as follows:

Elect Or Appoint ? "Dear"Please P.T.A.complete Delegate the: Reservation Coupon and -

return to the Manatee County Chamber of Com
In recent months Manatee County voters have heard merce. P. O. Box 1865, Bradenton. Florida. All
and read much about the qualifications which a reservations will be made through the Convention

superintendent of public instruction must have If the Reservation Department of the Chamber and it is

schools under his supervision are to be accredited. respectfully requested that you do not contact

According to one recent newspaper article on the accommodation directly as they have also

subject the high schools and junior high schools in requested that reservations be made through our

Manatee County would lose their accreditation by the department. ."
Southern Association of and Schools if the
Colleges Attached to the letter are a mimeographed coupon
voters elect a superintendent who docs not hold amaster's which the delegate is to return to the chamber; two -

degree in school administration. The article sheets listing the accommodations available on the

called the master's degree In school administration"a mainland and on the Island and Longboat Key. and a &. ;i1,1 --:.::
hide-bound requirement of the association for the of the area. : ft.....:
map ..
superintendent of any school system it accredits." The list of motels, hotels, etc. on the mainland isheaded \ >: ., .1
Now then, without discussing the qualifications of "Accommodations located within easy driving 4 "'" -f:

the candidates for election to the post in the Nov. 3 distance of the Auditorium," and the sheet which lists If. \ ;
voting why should the superintendent of public Helping to make the Island the Beauty Queen of the
some, but not all of the member motels on the Island
instruction schools have Suncoast are: Bill Barrett ( ) of Bradenton Beach
( ) to be elected anyway? and Longboat Key. is headed "RESORT ACCOMMODATIONS top
Why should a qualified school administrator have to --Anna Maria Island and painting his home on Gulf Drive at 17th Street; John
Longboat Key.
turn politician as often as every four years and haveto Approximately 20 Miles from City Auditorium. (Beach Martens Jr. (center), painting his parents' home at
RO out and do battle at the polls on a strictly facilities 7204 Holmes Boulevard Holmes Beach, and William
V.>TX\t n \>*.\-.? Why rho..ld Vv* HOT* to win what.la, ). Boyle (bottom), painting home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
the author of the above
to some extent, a popularity contest which could Obviously information was 'GreenwelJ at 2O2 - conceivably be won by the candidate who had the not trying his or her best to sell the visitors on stay- (ISLANDER PHOTOS by Bill Cenung)
Ing on either the Island or Longboat.
poorer qualifications but the better
A change to an appointive method personality of choosing?thecounty's Included in the list of motels "within easy driving to the Island in slightly more than half that time over
distance of the Auditorium" of the county's better roads.
top school administrator has been discussed were De Soto Lakes one
but to date, that change has not been made. Golf Club and Lodge and Holiday Inn. The latter Still another statement of Mr. Hall's is open to
other states use the appointive Many although undoubtedly a member of the chamber does uestlon. Part of his letter to the delegates) reads:

fully, so there is no reason to believe system It very could success-not be not even have the good grace to use a Bradenton or ". . as they have also requested"that reservationsbe
used Just as successfully in Manatee Manatee County address. It is located well within the made through our department. Several of the
County. And if
southern limits of the motel owners said this week they had receiveda
experts are needed to advise the school board county, but its address is Island
such appointments them such on "8221 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota Fla." letter from the chamber, asking that their rates
engage expertsl Another Joker in the deal was the paragraph at the be submitted to the chamber for use in connectionwith

top of the reservation coupon: "AccommodationsP.T.A. -- the convention reservations. The letter also
Community ServiceOne Convention--DeSoto Lakes Golf Club and Informed them that all reservations would be handledby

of the beat Lodge P. O. Box 1261. Bradenton (Easy Driving the chamber.
recent examples of unselfish public distance from Auditorium)." Plus another paragraphabout These Island motel owners can be described at this
service the
on Island la that of
"UlU"
A.
L.
of Genung rates and similar information. point only as "Irate" and are entirely at a loss as
Holmes
Ueach. For the
served as past ten months Ccnung has Further study of the material made it apparent that to whom the "they" in Mr. Hall's letter refers. Not.
president of the Island
Division of the
Manatee County Chamber of either Mr. Hall's Intentions or his knowledge of the they swear, to themselves!
Commerce.
Of geography needed some checking.An It is understood that Mr. Hall, who came to Manatee
course that in
Itself la
not always enough to rate actual check of the distances between the County from Oil City. Pa., with the best of recommendations -
any special plaudit, but there
circumstances arc some special Uradcnton Auditorium and certain motels, revealedthe was hired at a fairly sizeable salary,to
Island for the in C.cnunlo\'s caac. Aa a retiree on the following facts: It is only 9.05 miles from the promote the business climate of the county, and the
two three his
past or
business years principal Auditorium to the junction of Routes 6-1 and 789 at the business welfare of the chamber's members. But not
interest here la as of the
one owners of the
Blue Water Beach County leach a distance driven--without exceeding one member or group members at the expense of
Apartments one of the
motels along the Gulf beach, which ordinarily largest takes any speed llmlta--in 11 minutes. From that point to another group of members.The .
the Blue Water Beach Apartments added another matter outlined above is a concern not only of
as much or aa little of his time and effort as he feels
he wants to devote to it. mile and a half, plus about three more minutes--due motel owners and chamber of commerce members,

Ho retired after a long and distinguished business to the much lower speed limits on the Island. Going but also of every taxpayer on the Island and in the

career in a high pressure JOb--as a top executive for two miles south from the beach entrance, one reaches county, because part of Mr. Hall's Job Is to administer

a largo chain of food toreR. One of the facets of that the Harbor Lights Motel, a total distance of only funds which are furnished to the chamber by the

retirement he especially looked forward to was to 11.05 miles from the Auditorium. Uy using the cutoff county. Perhaps Mr. Hall has a reasonable and logical

have some time to take things easy and to pursue highway south on 789, some little mileage couldbe explanation for the points questioned here. If 80, It
shaved from that distance.
should
prove most interesting.
some of his Interests and hobbies.
It took 13 minutes to drive the 6.3 miles from the
But at the insistence l of friends and fellow member
of the chamber,he agreed--somewhat reluctantlytoaccept Holiday Inn (in "Sarasota")to the Auditorium,during
a period of reasonably traffic The IslanderAn
the nomination and the office of president. And light! over Route 41.

after accepting the job, with its tlmc-conaumlng the opinions toughest can differ"easy on driving what makes in the upueasydrtvlng.county. But them Independent. Weekly published ...,, Thursday

responsibilities Genung was not content to paaa his The trip from the Auditorium to the highly favored by THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

term the of office simply aa a figurehead or to while (by Mr.' Hall) DeSoto Lakes Golf Club and Lodge wasa 314 PI... Avonue. Anna Maria Island Floe da.
away year merely by marking time.
Instead he act out to improve the operation of the real surprise. Via Ninth Street and 301, it is only EDITOR .....___.----STEVE KIMBALL
Island Division and to enhance the image of the 7.7 miles to the point where one leaves 301. There ADVERTISING MANAGER..MARGE KIMBALLMAIL
after it is an additional 3.9 miles
Island. And to accomplish those goals he spent the of it to the club, most ADDRESS P. 0. Box 737.Anna Maria Florid
over an
exceptionally bumpy and narrow two-
time thought and energy necessary to do a first-class TELEPHONE 778-2O2I.
lane
country road, through a section of the
Job. lie attended the numerous meetings of the county
parent
chamber as one of the Island's representatives and which might better be left unnoticed by any visitors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U. S.. W.SO
In other words, a total of 11.6 miles from the Auditorium per year S2 for six months. Canada. t 4i
helped to organize a number of which would
projects
which S3 per year. ADVERTISING RATES: dA
a trip took a good solid 21 minutes a
at
benefit tho Island and its residents. ..
the speed limits. SI per column Inch. Discount of ten _
The recently organized Islandwlde beautification percent for consecutive InsertionsIf q ." ...
To recap: the De Sola Lakes, etc.. which Mr. Hall
committee which is sponsoring: an all-out campaignto paid by tenth of following month.
seemed to be touting in his Information to the PTA National 4P
upgrade the appearance of ail three Island cities Agency placed advertising.SI.36 ,
Convention delegates as being"easy driving distanceof per<< column Inch.CLOSING IM.
was one of the projects Genung has conceived and one "
the Auditorium. actually U further rear......ivecxarmta-
which away than all
excellent
promises to produce some results.
but one of the TIME: NOON TUESDAY
member-of-the-chamber motels
All residents of the t.land--whether or not they are on the
Island which he has listed as "Approximately 20 Entered as Second Class matter under
active in business tt a vote of thanks to Dill
miles from City Auditorium." It also takes the Act of March 3. I79.
Genung for a job well done. The Island needs more of 21 minutes -
to drive to De Soto
Lakes over "
the same kind of enlightened" leadership. some heavily
traveled and some poor roads while one can drive MAMA n C CDUMrrsOMLY HOld OwHCDNlWAPtI

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Thursday October 15. 1964 THE 1SL: \!>fR Page 3 (

St. Bernard GuildA Building Permits High Twelve Club C Of C MeetingThe i 4 1

film "The Ultimate Island building permits The regular weekly Island Division of J C
Weapon" was shown at issued during September luncheon meeting of the the Manatee County .
the recent meeting of St. totaled $121.193. $93,462 Island High Twelve Club Chamber of Commercewill (
Bernard Guild. The film lower than the the cafeteriaof : 1 1F
September will be held at noon on meet at J
is a reconstructed documentary 1963 total of 214655. Thursday. Oct. 15, at the the Island School at Jt
I' of the techniquesused The greatest differencewas Holmes Beach Yacht Club. 8 p.m., Thursday Oct. 15. .
by the Communistson in Holmes Beach Speaker at the meeting A good turnout of members f
Korean War prisonersto where permits last month will be Leon F. Stafford particularly Island C fC
undermine their loyal- were for one new home fire marshal of the Anna members is urgently desired .- F s 41 4 4J
ties and their will to win. $20,000; 1.700 feet of new Maria Island Fire Control and Secretary Helen .
Its purpose is to point out seawall, $17.OOO, and District which includesthe Garrett has asked that
the reasons for the suc- three remodeling jobs at Island and Cortez. every member make an ,
cess of those techniques.Mrs. a total of $6,83O for an "Fire Prevention" will effort to attend the meet o a
John E. Ladd guild overall value of $43.83O be Stafford's subject.At ing.It.
president announced that down $138,470 from the the meeting of the is expected that a
the Southwest Coast Dean- September 1963 figure of following week Thursday. report of the nominating
ery Meeting of the CCCW.to 182300. Oct. 22. a business ses- committee will be made.
be hosted by the Guildon In Anna Maria City the sion will be the principalitem Those on the committeeare
Oct. 27. has been post- trend was reversed as on the agenda withno Bob Pool chairman
poned until Nov. 4. the September permits speaker scheduled.All and Roy Marchand. Tom
Tickets, at $2.50 each added up to $74,475 com- Master Masons in the Edwards Norman Rose-
will pay for breakfast and pared with only$29.105 in area are invited to attend da 1 eandDlckWagner.Kiwanis .
lunch at the Holmes Beach September of last year. the meetings of the club.
Yacht Club. Reservations Bradenton Beach per- Activities
chairman is Mrs. Angelo mits in September totaled LOUIS F. REDON 65, a Speaker at the meetingof
Minlchello 778-1642. or $2,888 down $362 from resident of Islip N. Y., the Island Kiwanis Club
P. O. Box 1863. Holmes September 1963. died at his home Tuesday Wednesday evening was
Beach. Oct. 8. Born in France scheduled to be Dr. Ed
The appointment of Mrs. Woman's Club he was a retired book- Huth of Holmes Beach
Harold Hayes as publicity Officers of the Island keeper. who was to tell the group
chairman for the year was Woman's Club have asked Survivors are his wife about his experiences on
announced. all members of theclub's Mrs.. Camllle Rcdon anda a trip to eastern Alaska .\

Guests and potentialGuild board of directors which son, Louis F. Iledon and western Canada from .' .. ........
members who were Includes chairmen of the both of California and a which he recently returned. "'j;'Jf:\:--;. : -f .
welcomed at the meetingwere committees to attend the brother Rene Redon of All visiting Kiwanians ..t'. .J' ,
Mrs. John Rockettc. next meeting of the board. Anna Maria.Graveside. in the area are Invited to
Mrs. David Riester, Mrs. The meeting will be heldat services were attend the club meetings. Well disciplined fire drill at tho Island Hlementary
David Lynch and Mrs. 10 a.m., Monday Oct. held at Mansion. Memorial School Thursday afternoon. In observance of Fire
Glenn A. Fisher. 19, at the home of Mrs. Park Ellenton Monday officiating. Prevention Week. Pupils leaving classrooms in
Members of St. Thomas Frank Schroeder of 612 morning with the Rev. Griff it h-Cllne Island orderly fashion (top), and leas than two minutes later,
Aquinas Circle were the Ambassador Lane Key Francis Welsmiller pas Chapel was in charge of (bottom) arc ready to return. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
hostesses for the evening.ANNA Royale. Holmes Beach. tor of St. Bernard Church arrangements.

dad & ; !ed Pici

MARIA Electrical ELECTRICLicensed Perfect weather all round I ON THE BAY-AT THE NORTH END OP THE ISLAND
Contractor drying I year I I II NEXT TO "oo nncu. MOTEL
ij1 Gull Drive", at Pine Avenue NEW MANACr.MCNTl THANK 4. NELL CAVPNOIWI
r L. (ROY) FERGUSON SHACK HAN. nicn: sorT DMINK .ope" n.iir a .. i. 10 >...
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MR. AND MRS. TOMMY ROBINSON formerly 0
All About P4pl.. i Georgetown. Ky.. and their three children have!
moved into their new home at 221 Oak Avenue AnnJ
MRS. EUGENIE HIGGINS of 77th Street. Holmes
Maria. Mr. Robinson who was in the furniture business
Beach a teacher at the Island School has been asked m in Kentucky is now semi-retired. -||

by the president of the Florida Reading Association, MRS. C. E. ANDERSON of Buffalo. N.Y.is visitimj
to be on the program at the associations 1964 Mr. and Mrs. James H. Chase of 85th Street Holme|
conference to be held at Hollywood. Friday and
Beach for the month of October.MR. j
23 and 24. Mrs. will be a
Oct. Higgins
Saturday.
AND MRS. JOHN C. KNECHT of New Carlisle J
discussant on the new "Words In Color" reading
Ohio former Florida residents are visiting Mrs!
method. Knecht's sister-in-law Mrs. Helen Garrett of 470(1
MR. AND MRS. BUCK MARLER of Bay Boulevard Second Avenue, Holmes Beach. 1
Anna Maria and Lakeland have returned from an
MR. AND MRS. ED WILKINSON formerly !
North-
of and North Africa. While
eight-week tour Europe port L. I., N. Y.. and their daughter Lois have!
In visited their Carole
Germany they daughter Lynn
moved into their new home at Seaside Gardens I
who Is on a two-year teaching assignment at OblingerAir ,
Holmes Beach and plan to make their
permanent
Force Base. They were accompanied by Mr.and
home on the Island.MERRIMAC .
Mrs. L. W. Dunson of Winter Haven.
ON THE GULF Mr. and
: Mrs.
D.
Sieser
MRS. SOPHIE LAURIDSEN has been a guest at the
of Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. B.Williams
Dayton of North
home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
East Maryland.. Col. and Mrs. J. E.
McGlll of
Frank Moc of 84th Street Holmes Beach.Mrs. Laur-
has .. Fremont Texas..Mr. and Mrs. G. Sucarichi and
idsen. who lives at Paradise Bay Trailer Park t" + '
-- family of Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. E. of'
recently returned from a trip to Illinois Michigan Stavenger
Wisconsin and New Jersey.MR. Cicero ill.
AND MRS. HARTLEY S. BALL of Seaside ROD & REEL MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs. E.F. Teachout
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. of
Surgeon Lakeland.
Gardens Holmes Beach are expected to return to
their home here within a few days after four and a Mr. and Mrs.A.Waseleski of Sanford. .Mr.and Mrs"i
half months at their summer home at Fenton Mich. L. W. Sherman of VanWert Ohio.
DR. AND MRS. R.A.SPRINGER of 104 -74th Street EAST O. THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Geddis of
Holmes Beach are expected to return to the Island Caledonia Ohio..Mrs. F.L. Brophy and Miss Marie
soon from Sturgis Mich., where they have spent the 9 ....', K. Brophy of Patchogue N. Y...Mr and Mrs. FloydL. I
'. '"" Musgrave of Dayton Ohio. ..Mr. and
summer and early fall. "''''';.,., Mrs. B. B.
MR. AND MRS. CECIL E. WEBB Chilson Avenue. Hr.;.' -.4f: . W '. r. Baker of Fort Wayne Ind., a brother of LaMoine
.
.
.:t..t- Baker owner of East O. The Sun.
Anna Maria are on their way back to their Island
home from Cullowhee. N. C., where they have been The bicycle with the fringe on top with its pretty GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. William Lin |
for several months. rider. Miss Lois Wilkinson of Seaside Gardens. stead and Mrs. Linstead's father J. W. Barber all !
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD ICO who have spent the (ISLANDER PHOTO) of Scillwater, N. Y., to spend the winter here.
summer at their summer home"Igowild," at Central THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BA MOTEL:Mr.and I
Lake Mich., are due to arrive soon to spend the MRS. MELVIN H. LONG of Norfolk Va., and her Mrs. J. R. Rainer of Orlando...Mr. and Mrs. M. L.l
winter at their home onPeppertree Lane Anna Maria. daughter Debra Ann who have been visiting her Cowart of Sarasota...Mr. and Mrs.Leo A.Gelinas of J
MR. AND MRS. CLINTON HERNANDEZ will soon parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Mellin of Oak Ave., Anna Manchester N. H...James D. Oglesby of Knoxville
return to the Island for the winter. They have beenat Maria have returned to Norfolk. Mrs. Long's husband Tenn., and son Jim. ..Mr. and Mrs. William Headleylof
their summer home in Ticonderoga N. Y. for Lt. M. H. Long USMC returned recently froma Conneaut Ohio on their honeymoon...Mr.and MrsP. J
several months after a trip to visit their daughterand cruise on the USS LONG BEACH.MR. A. Ericksen of Amarillo Texas...Mr. and MrsJ
her family in California last spring. AND MRS. GEORGE JORDAN were guests of Eugene Mills of Knoxville Tenn.on their honeymoon
DAVID R. CHASE of Shell Drive Holmes Beach honor at a dinner party at the Holmes Beach Yacht HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lewis of
has returned to his home here from Orwell Ohio Club Thursday evening in recognition of Jordan's Lawton Mich. 1
where he spent the summer. services as chief of police of the City of Anna Maria WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Margaret H. Kok of"
WALTER A. STUDLEY of Fennville Mich. will for the past ten years. Attending the dinner were the Winter Haven and party. jlr
spend the winter at 103 Cedar Avenue Anna Maria. officials and employees of the city and their wives. TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Humphries ofJ.
He has spent the summer In Fennville. Mayor Harvey G. Meyer on behalf of the entire Lakeland and family...Mr. and Mrs. William Raj
MR. AND MRS. WALTER D. ELLIOTT of 8320 group, presented Jordan with a U. S. Savings Bond. Hadyn of Fort Myers. 1:
Marina Drive Holmes Beach have returned home MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SKIRROW of Banff CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Beynon off;
from a month's trip to Norwood Pa., where they Alberta. Canada and their children Linda and Doug St. Louis.
visited former friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. have returned to the Island for the winter and are PLAYA ENCANTADA: Mr. and Mrs.R.J.Anderson '
Elliott formerly lived in Pennsylvania. living at 118 46th Street Holmes Beach.VOTENOV. of Bradley.


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ISLAND SCENE by Talbot M. Brewer
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A 52 PartChristmas 4 eatt g.-For AVON Service
MEET NATHAN J. ( NATE) ;
Present from local
own
1 your representative.
.'C... .,. 'ni ,
A 1: .. '":f\f' TAYLOR Call Marie Crepeau, District Manager,

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Jollygood '.. .'" .. .' r at 746.6163

rememberyour way: to ,I\-. DEMOCRATIC l


and relatives friends : } CANDIDATE vd e ?tn :a
this Christmas -
is to send gift "
subscriptions to them. FOR ROY F. lADEN
They are easy to order.
They last all year and the
cost is small compared to the

pleasure given. Each day your COUNTY COMMISSIONER I I
gift subscription will remind the Democratic
recipient of your thoughtfulncss.
Can you think of a finer remembrancefor DISTRICT 3 COUNTY WIDE f
an individual or for a whole family? Candidate
Remember the Service Man overseas and that
Student away at school and give them fifty-two I will definitely workweeks ForSHERIFF .. tti
of con-
tinuous read for an effective erosion

ing program on the Island.


I Subscribe The Islander VOTE NOV. 3 FOR
to HOY IIADLN U fury reduced Sheriff

NATHAN J. (HATE) TAYLORFor Department budget Each your he prewontnherlff
Mailed Anywhere in the United States rtatrelxaltlvnlyThathacannrtupacxtn
I the Department f rlficlnntlyar lc... than
For Only SJ.50! Political Adverclncment $483.000, hut ROY BADEN: from experience,
I known that the Department can tM1! Ufwrated
morn economically. without .crUlclnac public
Shell Fuel Oil protection, law enforcement or any other
... -4- pha.e of the Department ohllxatlon.
PHONE 7434)891) % .CA.,
ROY IIADI.N I .: c.n and will operate the
DELIVERY ON ISLAND Department more efficiently/ 'In the I9n3
EVERY FRIDAY I HAYDON BURNS budget year fur 123O.OOO, which !U *oO,7SOleaa
Y ; than the J.re.oneher'" wan allowed fur
Please Place' Order Governor thlit year.

by 5p.m. Thursday KOY HADI.N pledtfea IW,, coofxrratlon with
all fiend law enforcement agenclen.


VOTE! : Burns Means Business
For 1965 Law Enforcement

DRIFTWOOD PROVEN PROGRESS
GALLERIES That We Can Afford

TESTED LEADERSHIP
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4 TrH.nrH Badea Will
Roy A"r.clllteV..r
CllAT-.s I Mayor Bjrnt has 15 year of s 4xcefttfulpublc :
.. ictirrsCAtYWCS *dm.ni\tratoo behind. him. as thief
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Page 6 TilE ISLANDER


I. Information About The Six Candidates For The Manatee County CommissionQUESTIONS


: EACH COUNTY COMMISSIONER IS ELECTEDTO CANDIDATES--District 3

1. WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE BEST SOLUTION A FOUR-YEAR TERM OF OFFICE. AND IS NATHAN (NATE) TAYLOR Democrat
TO THE JAIL PROBLEM? 5325 -26th Street Bradenton Florida
PAID AN ANNUAL SALARY OF $6.6OO PLUS A Age: 51
2. DO YOU THINK THE COUNTY COMMISSION Education: Attended Manatee County Schools,
COULD FUNCTION MORE EFFICIENTLY AND TRANSPORTATION ALLOWANCE OF 1200. finished education during World War II
ECONOMICALLY, AND IF SO, HOW? Occupation: Have owned and operated business for
past 20 years

3. SHOULD COUNTY OFFICIALS OR EMPLOYEES
.. RESIGN OR REQUEST REMOVAL FROM THE WILLIAM O. TRA YNOR. Republican ANSWER I'. We have sufficient room on South end
PAYROLL PRIOR TO SEEKING OTHER ELECTIVE Patten Avenue Ellenton. Florida of court house for any new addition.
OFFICE? Age: 37Education
: ANSWER 2. Union forethought and acting like busi-
(The above questions asked by the Manatee County Occupation: Formerly had own advertising&printing nessmen.
League of Women Voters were answered by the business in New York State
candidates for the Manatee County Commission as Experience: Also a journeyman printer Navy veteranof ANSWER 3. Yes.
follows): World War II

CANDIDATES--District 1 ANSWER 1. Jail--"Make do." IRWIN "MIKE" KLEMMER. Republican (Incumbent)
116 65th Street Court Northwest Bradenton Florida
RICHARD P. (DICK) BRIGGS Democrat (Incumbent) ANSWER 2. Yes--economy coupled with common Age: 62Education
1708 Point Pleasant Avenue West Bradenton Florida sense. : High School and Business Administration
Age: 36Education Occupation: County Commissioner (full time)
: Graduate of local schools ANSWER 3. No--this is a free country and a man Experience: I have been dealing with the business
Occupation: Owner (with partner) of tire store should refuse to barter incentive for a dole. world all my life, and have served eight years on the
Experience: 15 yrs. as manager of large gladiolus County Commission
11' growing business enlisted man and officer in U. S. and consolidated other offices to insure maximum
Army for three years efficiency in the operation of county business and a ANSWER 1. The best solution to the Jail problem is
saving to the taxpayer. We shall, in the future the first proposal outlined by the county commissionto
ANSWER 1. Manatee County definitely needs new consolidate additional offices where possible in build a new jail. The study showed this to be the
jail facilities. It is my belief that for long range order to produce maximum efficiency and economy most feasible and will in the end, cost less. The
economical and feasibility reasons a new jail In while at the same time not lessening in any degreethe proposal also was approved by the state.
conjunction with the court house may be the answer. job effort being done for our county.
This will save the transporting of prisoners to and ANSWER 2. I do not think the county commission
from the court house and save traveling time for ANSWER 3. Elected officials hold their jobs through could function any more efficiently. We have an
county and circuit judges county prosecutor state public elections. They are expected and required to antiquated form of government In the State of Florida.
prosecutor and public defender. If the Jail facilities engage in political activity. However I do not believe The commissioners control only about 25% of the
are separate from the court house then the records that they should neglect duties and responsibilities in budget but must raise the funds for all other forms
from the clerk of the court will also have to be order to pursue political activity where not necessary.In (Continued on the following page)
transported to and from separate facilities. view of the Hatch Act governing Federal employeesand
the State Merit System governing State employees
ANSWER 2. Yes. I refer you to our proposed and the long tradition in Manatee County of county Water Softeners and Filters
mlllage cut for the 1964-1965 Budget and also to an employees resigning when filing for office I feel thatIt Elgin
article In the Bradenton Herald Thursday August is best for a county employee or appointed officialto
13th as to additional budget cuts which I propose. : resign before seeking an elective office. I know of BUY THE BEST FOR LESS
We have eliminated some Jobs in the coming year I only one case in this county when this was not done. FULLY GUARANTEED


Have Your PAINTING FOR SALE: IBM Executive SNAPPER TRIP. BONDED & INSURED
WIO. A SUN. JAM.CAll
Typewriter, with special
Done By EXPERTS! "Text" Type (used to write FOR IIISMVATIONSGIOUPfR fiSHING
this ad)In excellent condi- DAILY TRIPS 7 A.M.tionreplaced 778-1486 ROY PHILLIPS 744-5142
anothermachine. ADMIRAL FLEET. CORTEZ. FIATTttlJI .
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than$700. Now only $475. KEEP THE STAR
LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTORPhone The ISLANDER. 314 Pine
Ave. Anna Maria. Phone Telephone
778-1341 An... Maria 778-2021. 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5>
PIXIE GRANDE HOTEL BLDG. WHERE IT BELONGS



You the people of Manatee -
S County can be proud of
the fine record of Sheriff
: c r4' ; Ken Gross and his department f
and can also take
r pride in having elccted--

T aJ' regardless of partytheman
responsible for

transforming your Sheriffs .,
Department into a ;
modern efficient law 1rr.
SENIORITY : r enforcement agency. '
+4 Y Your Sheriff and his
department have an out-
The influence and power of' an individual Senatorare standing and unblemished
largely determined by the SENIORITY he has record, while on the other SHERIFF KEN GROSS
attained. Without adequate seniority he has little hand, his opponent gained "Honesty & Integrity"
ground to hope 'for assignment to important nationwide notoriety by
committees Without seniority his influence in being ousted from office by the governor of Florida.
the Senate is greatly limited. The former governor in suspending the Sheriff's
opponent from office on December 29, 1959, stated,
Holland Ranks 12thin "The vice conditions shown to exist Manatee: County
make inescapable certain conclusions. From the
established nature and scope of the operations l:must
the order of' Seniority in the Democratic membership be concluded that either the sheriff had knowledge and
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of the Senate. His influence experienceand .. J tolerated them or was ignorant of them. In either

powerful voice have gained him membershipon u.:c:. .... JF'J ft.-! event he is inescapably" guilty of neglect of duty and
the powerful Committees of Appropriations. incompetence.
Agriculture and Forestry and Aeronautical and '\. R-- On May 15, 1M, the succeeding Senate, under the
Space Sciences all of which are of' particular Bryant administration In executive session reviewedthe
importance to Florida and to you as one of its decision made in I 1Q59 to remove the Sheriffs
citizens opponent from office. The vote to uphold the decisionwas
unanimous, and the Sheriffs opponent was then

...... .,........ \.h...I...MMU ... r.... ._ ... ouRTESYI denied his request for back pay.
... You arc entitled to a continuation of the honest,
II..e... i .If.REELECT I.. ...
I Pledge OMPETENCY thorough law enforcement you have had the past four
years and the protection of your county's excellent
SPESSARD L. OFBRECTTSJE 89 reputation. This can be assured only by the
re-election of Sheriff Ken Cross.

KEEP HONESTY AND INTEGRITY

HOLLANDU. REE HUNT-Democratic Candidate RE-ELECT

OPPICE OP SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATIONP.
SHERIFF KEN GROSS

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October 15, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 7


County Commission Candidates TAX ASSESSOR FOR MANATEE COUNTY j

Salary: $10,500 Term of Office: 4 Years J,..,

(Continued from the preceding page) CANDIDATES--County Tax Assessor QUESTIONS:
of government in the county. This puts the county
commissioners in a bad light. We must raise funds 1. WOULD YOU FAVOR REVISION OF TilE GREEN
for the schools tax assessor tax collector clerk of HIRAM STRICKLAND Democrat (Incumbent) BELT LAW? WHY?
circuit court judges sheriff mosquito control and 902-51st Street West Bradenton Florida
many other state departments that we have no control Age: 39Education 2. HOW IS EVALUATION OF PROPERTY DETERMINED -
over. : Crystal River High School & College ?
Institute at the University of Florida. Graduate of
ANSWER 3. I do not think officials or employees two seminars on Real Estate Appraisal conductedby 3. WHAT CHANGES WOULD YOU PROPOSE?
should resign providing the circumstances do not the State of Florida at Tallahassee
conflict with their work. In the case of the recent Occupation: Tax Assessor Manatee County depreciation.b .
dismissal I think this was very unjust. A man seeking Experience: Tax Assessor since January 1. 1961 ( ) Land: By constant study of sales. On business
office has to make a living. Running for public officeis property an additional factor to arrive at a just
very expensive. ANSWER 1. Yes. I feel that the law should more value is income.
clearly define what agriculture land is and what a
CANDIDATES--District 5 bona-fide agriculture operation is. ANSWER 3. None. This is the system used by all
major appraisal firms and assessors in the United
ROBERT C. (BOB) HUTCHES Democrat ANSWER 2. (a) Buildings: By replacement cost less States. We have used it for the past four years and I
Route 1, Box 1OO, Myakka City Florida feel it is the only system that will protect the homeowners -
Age: 32Education cost expansion in the future as the need arises. Thisto in a county such as ours.

: Manatee County Schools; Georgia Military me represents the long-range thought and not Justa
Academy; Georgia Military Academy Junior College; political expedient. WALTER O. BARTELS. Republican
Stetson University 6916 Ninth Avenue Drive NW Bradenton. Florida
Occupation: Ranch Manager ANSWER 2. Yes. For the County Commission to Age: 40Education
Experience: 3 years Florida State Employment Service function economically it must first function efficiently. : High School attended Bowling Green
; 5 years Office Manager for a credit reporting The commissioners should be working as a teamto University studied business administration
firm produce the greatest good for the greatest numberof Occupation: Life Underwriter
people and to plan for the future without regard to Experience: Experienced in Real Estate and was the
ANSWER 1. An addition on the South side of the political pressure pressure groups or Individuals owner and operator of a successful business for 17
court house. seeking favor regardless of their financial or social years. Served 3 years in U. S. Navy during World
standing. Healthy debate of the issues produces a War IIANSWER

ANSWER 2. Yes in as much as any business can, dynamic growing community. The two-party system
through careful planning and wise spending policies. helps to produce this type of government. Economycan 1. (a) Revised to make It more specific
best be obtained by long-range planning to providefor In assessing agricultural land. The law Is made by
ANSWER 3. Yes as a taxpayer I would object to the growth we all want, and to attract industry the legislature. All taxation laws should be uniform
paying a county employee for work he was unable to which will in turn case the individual tax burden. equal and just to every one.
perform because of outside Interests.C. If the legislature determines that one type of
ANSWER 3. This would in my opinion violate the property should receive a special benefit I would be
W. LACY Republican constitutional freedom of an individual seeking office. charged with carrying out the instruction contained
106 Vermont Avenue East Bradenton Florida To be required to resign or remove oneself from the (Continued on Page 8))
Age: 52Education payroll would prevent
: Attended University of Iowa otherwise capable people
Occupation: Salesman from seeking office. A RE-ELECT
Experience: Varied background in sales sales promotion county employee who is
and as a manufacturer's representative etc. familiar with county procedures -
and practices WILBUR BOYDDe.ocratic
ANSWER 1. I believe the solution to the jail problem should be free to seek to
should encompass more than just the answer to the better himself. I do not
jail problem itself and not simply build some new jail think a hired employee Candidate For
cells to comply with the state and try to look econom- should be restricted while
ical. The plans which were submitted about a year ago the elected official because STATE REPRESENTATIVEA
for the facility to be built on 17th Included much more he has no individualto
than just a new jail providing courtroom facilitiesand answer to. is free to
some juvenile quarters and will allow fur luw campaign at he ploaacu.
record of


ow-How Business RE-ELECT I PROVENPERFORMANCE Y



KLEMMERRepublican


and ability--


NOT PROMISES

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Distinguished< R.cord Community' Service

WILBUR IIOYl/S Record of Community Service, .... h.. beeni "',..I"'n. of KlwanU Clubj
CountyCommissioner President of Junior Chamber of Commerce Vice 1'realdent of ,Hoy. Club of Manatee County]
Chairman (and now a member) of Methodlet Church Itoard of Stewarda, and recipient .., the
Dlatlngulahed Community Service Award and the Jaycee O.*J Government Award.
. Is ....ntlal I to ame .
c o"o.nCal| and efficient Has Promoted County Economy New entrance Into North County and Pal'.
operation' of m.tto ihla project) : I. In SNO budget for
BoordELECT your School District 3 WILIIUR novo haa been effective In the in. current year* and the right..ofwayacqulaltlon
Legislature, and In helping to get thing' scheduled for early' IVb'I.
done for ....nal.. CountyiN A re|oeei for Improvement ..f Ml. &1....
A MAN .w 'Highway'' Patrol atailon. of I'arrlah. and A.. 7W on Longboat Kay
IRWIN "MIKE" KLEMMER experimental' farm atatlon. and Anna Maria UlaftdllVXVJijOriae. been
WITH State appropriation to combat and solve budgeted for 7Q..nd rlght..of" ...way.......
Red Tide problem. are now being prepared fur work on A3)
New National Guard Armu" .
35 YEARS OF VOTE FOR Helped' atart movement three year ago Ton Cut
to remove tolla on laland brldgea. (ALI WILIItm HO YD ap jna >re i and ."I'VU".4
SUCCESSFULBUSINESS THK AIIOVK HAVK IIKKN (CXJNK the .leglalatlve. act which reduced F lot Ida*.
PROVEN ABILITY Working For Rood Program Intangible by fifty percent

INTEGRITYDEDICATION WILIlim HO YD .... worked on ......11 of Preservation Of' Personal' Rights
U e road program<< In Manalaw County, !rat WU.Jttr HOYD ... protected and will.
EXPERIENCE March 2S* Itoyd announced thai the followingCounty continue to Oft ao) fee ,..Ip'-. right to vole
a oooUlnUter road protecta would be u.rl.rtal.now annexation or any 01 fee* than** In local
0.11.1.1h1s Four..laalng of dogleg from First Street government.Protection.
vital' Booed met? h_ to U. s.1 (now under construction).
tll.' .......l you t.. e.eney LOYALTY TO ALL low-....""- of 14 h Street from city Of' Privet' Citizens
** .tft.. C limits of Uradenton loCorte Road. (Thla WU.ltlJlt IIOYO baa. Inrowy fal..." .,.....
::c'F; a M n 'y THE PEOPLE project U In SRO budget* with contract chair maa of in. legislature. m committed 1C
)
to be let In. December). .I..taoop.&oft.,.......AC.."'--1.-4
Repavlng* realignment and .". to p.a..trk. t t./.laitmm wftkJa_...plac04
VOTE FORRAYMOND 8 YEARS EXPERIENCE of ft I. 70 UUa pro>ect la In iRDo.b..lg.t on ftfc. sale of cancellable hoop/tallaatlot
with contract letting acheduled for t.1.kl. the) protection of the c-.r-
month senior e.........
M.BELIEVES IN ECONOMICAL APPROACH
Leadership 'In education
TO ALL ISSUES . SAVES YOU MONEY!
WI1.Itl.1It IIOYD. ae chairman of the Leglalatlve. Educational.. Commltfew sponsored. ana?
TURNER ....... to pea* te 75..2$ lull fat revamped the ..... laa structure regarding* ; the publicrtaancUM
SERVES ALL THE PEOPLE. REGARDLESSOF ecJiIc.cA sr.gram* elc will lighten the frurawnon local ad valorem ......,.,..
POLITICS OR INTERESTS wUM t.'R nOYtrS iesderantp Ml Doe state legtalatMre baa belped' la build tikat finest Junlotca
>4 ege |aj '.......*M...... J wnawr' Crl.. ..-aa owtetandlstf, t itltigrsi and oconjcMWlg Aan.t tstcfte
o.-cret'c c-.4et. c_....,. It awe baa f7 mtllloN slant, and a f> mlUlAN ..paav.l.m program ia nodetway.
P- 61&-... c-ey DEVOTES FULL TIME TO HISOFFICE AND Continued .......a..c... .... ........ leader snip will benefit Man..eewnlor College
directly* a. well s. benefutas; tsar young people and OM county
DUTIES! WILJtCK BOTO tAa year war ... recipient. sa" ... te.i-county annual L>ywvana> award for
Sdieol Btertl 4I'Wf----C- et tc. w p..r/Ic .4satlaw *J ... "t .'''.''''....1 Cap..v III ru 0.'" app..
HAS BEEN AN INTEGRAL PART OF
DISTRICT NO.2 FOR PROVEN EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCEIN
NUMEROUS PROJECTS TO HELP THE

PEOPLE OF MANATEE COON'IYI.a. REPRESENTING ALL OF MANATEE COUNTY
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Thursday October 15, 1964
8 THE ISLANDER

the November meeting of direct tourists toward the
Miss Nancy Evors EngagedMISS City Suit To Be Settled Soon council. Island. The contributionwill
Bills totaling $593 were be made only if the
City Attorney Walter R. city's suit against the approved for payment. other two Island cities
Talley last week told the lessee of the city pier to Council voted to pay to agree to make similar
Bra den ton Beach City be settled within "threeor the Island Youth Centera contributions.The .
Council he expected the four" weeks.At $400 contribution it had request for the con-
its meeting Thursday promised earlier. Vice tribution toward the sign
POSTAL RECEIPTS. . evening council approvedthe Mayor Arthur Ella said he was made by members of
(Continued from Page 1) transfer of a liquor felt the city should give the Manatee Tourist
includes the substation at license from Pete Brownto more than the $400 to the Association. comprised
Holmes Beach showed a the owner of the Beach center each year basedon principally of motel own-
nine-month decline of Lounge which is locatedin the number of Bradenton ers and real estate agents.
$814.41 from $33.202 in the same building as Beach young people Mayor Meunier was not
1963. to 3238759. The the post office. using the center. in favor of making the
third quarter figure was The requested vacationof Possible restrictions on contribution but was out-
down $346.74 from $9.- parts of an alley between parking in front of the post voted by the council. The
323.73 In 1963. to $8.976 23rd 24th and 25th office were discussed andit mayor's objection was he
In 1964. streets was tabled until was decided to place a was not in favor of a
concrete bumper strip for "contribution to a private
w CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR . cars in front of the building organization."
I (Continued from Page 7) to prevent cars from A request for a contri-
in that law even though I might disagree In principle. parking too close to the bution to the Island Wel-
.s (b) I believe in the principle of tax equalization post office. fare Fund will be broughtup
based on the fair appraisal of all property. Market Council members votedto for discussion and If
values must be used as a basis for such appraisals. contribute $350 towarda approved will be budgetedin
large lighted sign to be the city budget for the
ANSWER 2. Florida Statutes. erected in Palmetto to next fiscal year.J .
1. The present cash value of the property.
M 2. The highest and best use to which the propertycan
be put in the immediate future and the presentuse

of property. LT'
3. The location of said property. J :
4. The quantity or size of said property.
5. The cost of said property and the replacementvalue
of any Improvement thereon. w
6. The condition of said property.
7. The income from said property.

NANCY CHRISTINE EVERS ANSWER 3. In Supreme Court findings of the Miami

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Evers 1103 Palma Sola Blvd, case I feel that every county should be assessed alike.

Palma Sola Park this week announced the engagementof
their daughter. Nancy Christine to Richard S.Rosedale. LEGAL NOTICE :-d u r- -. "SwP.. X
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Norman Rosedale
Statement of Ownership.Management and Circulation at The ISLANDER
of 503 Pine Avenue Anna Maria. published weekly at 314 Pine Avenue Anna Maria Manatee County.
Miss Evers graduated from Manatee High School In Florida.October I. 1964.
Name erf Publishers The lander Publishing Company.314 Pine Avenue
1962 and now attends Florida State University where Anna M rla. Florida; Editor and Managing Editor Stephen O. Klmball. \
she Is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. At Manatee 24O Cladlolua Street. Anna Maria. Florida. The ISLANDER la owned by
High she was a member of Mam. the The lalander Publishing Company a Florida corporation stockholdersof United Appeal solicitors for Holmes Beach gatheredat
selles. SugarCanes which: aret Stephen B. Kimball and Marjorie P.Kimball both of 24O II
was Key Club sweetheart and a member of Gladiolus Street Anna Maria Florida and William C. Kimball 1202 a coffee last week at the home of Mrs. Joan Tannof
the National Lake Avenue Wllmette. Illinois.No bondholders, mortgagees,or other 77th for the
Honor Society. security holders. Street campaign captain city. Left to
Rosedale graduated from Manatee High in 1960; Total number of cop I.. printed each L.ue. 1600. Average paid right in first row are: Mrs. Paul Endriss. Mrs. r
from Manatee Junior circulation to term subscribers by mall carrier delivery or by other Razl Mrs. Samuel hulls of
College In 1962 and receivedhis meana during twelve montha preceding: the above date.947; average sales Rudolph Bradenton.Mrs. ,
degree In August from Florida State University c1a: : agenta.new dealers,or otherwl... 997; average free distribu John Huth. Mrs. F. E. Rechnltzer Mrs. J. Hartley
where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He was of copies)average printed total for numberofcopie.distrlbuted.1,572.Issue nearest filing date. 1600. Paid Total circulation number Blackburn and Mrs. Tann. Back row, Edward Holleyand I
president of the freshman class atMJCa member of for that Issue to term subscribers. 942; aalea through agents. 582; freedistribution. Frank Shugert. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
the Student Council and of the collegiate Clvltan Club. 24;total number of copies distributed 1.548.
Above statement certified aa to correctness and completeness by
The couple plans to be married at Christ Episcopal Stephen D.Kimball prealdent and editor. i
Church Uradenton. on Dec. 23,with the Rev. Fred T. -- --- -
Kyle Jr., rector of the church officiating. After For The BEST I
Jan. 1, they will live In Miami where Roscdale will
be employed by Kraft Foods. LET'S MAKE

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Lean Ground Beef--3 Lbs. for $1.39 t I".tl''
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1. U HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUE Members of the Circle K '
P. Hottman 185 Bayou Marina, by taking Club at Manatee Junior
; lingiLeqguesID D. Davidson 183B. all four points in its match College (right), workingat
Guild 172 with VanOstenbrldge the Manatee County ,, I
B. Carter 170 Builders, climbed into a Beach Saturday morning.As I
B. Guild 167 first place tie with Island part of the club's initiation ,
! ,. MIXED LEAGUE W. Miller 163K. Marine Supply in Island the boys cleanedthe . '+ !
winning three points Green 159D. Bowling League hi 0 n day beach the pavilion .+w..
'I !Bayou Marina in the Davidson 152P. evening. High scores in and the adjacent parking } -' i
l laad Mixed League,AnMaria Geyer 148 the match were: Ernie areas. Circle K is a junior ,,,,,, .wM .. ,.
at City Pier clung D. Bower 147 Bradow, 224-614, and service organization, rt t
"
t-e a[one-point lead in the George Dykstra, 208- sponsored by Kiwanis -.. "- A
t e u e standings. High HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) 599)). International. Work at the ,
ill MlBs in the match were: B. Guild 473P. Other scores were: Island beach is only one of the .Jt.... \..... '....". YID' aswr
4 Y ilCarter,200-543and Hottman 471 Marine Supply, The club's many service pro- .........,,:t ,
Safford 181-482. D. Davidson 447 ISLANDER 1. (Andy Rasm jects, one of which is "
\ii r scores were: Con- W. Miller 437 us s e n. 225-533; Pat donating to the blood bank.E. 1t
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TV 4, Island D. Bower 407P. Flanagan. 165-451). "h.
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cure Center O. (..JimllllllMson Geyer 402 Schuchard Plumbing 4, Dradow 224E.
... 167, Dick Con- K. Green 391L. Pete Reynard's Restau- Bradow 215G.
.....:1'483; Roy Ferguson, Flanagan 390 rant O. (Steve Alex 237- Dykstra 208D.
1J* *87). B. Carter 387 595; K. P. Smith, 201, Arkebauer 206
\r:Dick Wagner Realty 4, B. Schmidt 370 Leon Stafford, 513). A. King 204 :s
teland Marine Supply 0. Roser Men's Club 3, G. Dykstra 203A. :r
,(Meklt Wagner, 202, Bud HIGH GAMES (MEN) Island Dank 1. (Elmer VanOstcnbridge. 203 ar M
:Hottman, 540; Frank Moc, D. Wagner 202 Twist, 184, Bob DeVane, t ,,
_ 1b6--452)-) E. Carter 200 184-521; Frank Davidson. TOP TEN SERIESE.
S 4IBar 3, B &K Hardware B. Hottman 192 172-471). Bradow 614G.
Vl. (Ernie Schmidt, E. Carter 191R. Webb's Island Pharmacy Dykstra 599S. ..-
18O"13)). Hottman 188E. (Bill Thibodcau 225-560; A. King 569
I Lfoen Rental 3, Island Schmidt 185A. Jim Eddowes 191-515)). D. Adair 563
Trader? 1. (Chick Chapman Rasmussen 183 Bay Area Insurance 2, B. Arkebauer 562
;"'"' 75-495; Johnny G. Safford 181 Tropical Vista 2. (Art B. Thibodeau 560 ,..R
:, Elrod,.16O-452)). L. Hanson 180 Schumaker. 200-548; Art A. Schumaker 548
Webb's Island Pharmacy # King 204-569)). H. Nlcslobcdskl 534A.
I Schuchard Plumbing 1. HIGH SERIES (1EN) Rasmussen 533
I .(D *l Davidson., Frank E. Carter 543 LEAGUE STANDINGS *
Diavldson. 487; Russ B. Hottman 540 Bayou Marina 17 Next Week's Schedule
,-'!.(\ .; .a)....' L. Hanson 513C. Tropical Vista 15 Island Pharmacy TV 6' k'14ry
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I""$ Chapman 495L. Gray's Econowash 14 Schuchard Gray's Econ.
BEAGUE STANDINGS Miller 493A. VanOstenbridge 12 Island Bank ISLANDER
'AUM.City Pier 17 Rasmussen 490 Schuchard Plumbing 11 VanOstcnbridge Is.Mar. .A
i IvGlmtnlck's TV 16 R. Ferguson 487F. Bay Area Insurance 1O Bayou C Marina Day Area .- rrper. .
,D4ek Wagner Realty 13 Davidson 487D. Island Pharmacy 7.5 # rf *
Linen: Rental 13 Connick 483 Island Dank 5 DOWLING BRIEFS
Bar 13 Roser Men's Club 5 Our congratulations this
a you Marina 12 THIS WEEK'SSCHEDULEConnick's Pete Reynard's 4.5 week to Ernie Bradow for
d Marine Supply 12rfc Linen Rental The ISLANDER 2 his 614 aeries, his first 1 ;
K Hardware 12 Island Trader SchuchardIs. over 6OO in league com-
Pharmacy 11 Pharmacy Bayou Mar. TOP TEN GAMESS. petition;and our sympathyto p
F Plumbing 9 Dick Wagner Island Furn. Alex 232A. George Dykstra for ...
Trader 9 City Pier n& K Hardware Rasmussen 225 missing a 600 series by r ,
f Furniture 7 Sand Bar Is.Marine Sup. B. Thibodeau 225 Just one pin.

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; 10 THE ISLANDER' Thursday October 15, 1964


.' CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICENOTICE New Weekly Press ConferenceHolmes I

OP SPECIAL MEETING
The Council of the City of Bradenton I
BERNARD MISSION Beach Florida, will hold s special Beach Mayor feet, 40 feet out, and the "rV
< (CATHOLIC) meeting at: P.M.. Tuesday October2O. Elmer G. Twist Monday installation of slips for
1964. the City Hall, for the
.. R.". Francis F. W.lamlU.rMASS1 following purposes To act on contractfor initiated a series of week- 25 boats, four of them for
SUNDAY 8 & 1O am Road Paving; Building Planningand ly press conferences ona large boats over 35 feet
Financing Post Office Sldew.lk.and ,
;
WEEKDAYS 8 am trial basis. in length. No decision has
report on Manatee Tourists Association. -
HOLY DAYS! 8 am & 6 pm
. ROSARY & BENEDICTION Among the subjects dis- been made on who will
, WEDNESDAYS 7l3O pm Sophia City Clerk L. Carothers cussed was the survey of operate the facility for the VSJV

Harvey Memorial ChurchHanD.nornlnatlonal UNCLASSIFIEDadvance Island wells by the Water city. It is now operated by
( ) Resources Board of the the Island Marine Supply.

Bradenton Beach payment required Florida Department of Mayor Twist also talked

., R.". A. W.; Sim, 8 line*-S1.00--50* minimums Conservation. The mayor about annexation, and the

SUNDAYl9i3O am Sunday School SALEi Hut Point Refrigerator said that three wells on probability that the Flor-
Call In Excellent at 208-1/2 Condition Pine Avenue--ONLY Anna 25.: the Island have been log- ida League of Municipalities -

Christian Sclonco Servlco Marls. Peter A. tyeHJK. *- ged with an electronic will sponsor some
A. M. Community: House CjUiUK SALEl HCA5ONAUL.JL; :.
Luxurious 2-OR Gold Medallion WaterFront device for that purpose, new legislation on a state-
SUNDAY Home. Like New. Central Heat and the results are now wide basis to legalize a
9tOO am Sunday Service fc Air Conditioning. Boatdock. large
correlated with form of annexation by
r ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH screened 1418. after porch 3t3O: p.m.FORSALEi patio.. Phone 778- other being data. He also said legislative act. He said SIGN OF THE TIMES-ON MANATEE AVENUEIslander( .. Photo)

R.". L.. 8.1111Pests Good. Condition.; 21-rt.. CrusALongUoIIn Extra equipment. the Island Water Co. is the city will ask the county

SATURDAY ONLY $4SO. Harry McCallum. 792Iff.rand making improvements to legislative delegation to
7lOO am Men's Prayer Breakfast !. Anna Maria. 778-3419.! its plant in order to be ask for an exception for I Ih
SUN DAY' Bay Front.2 UR.: err.z&o.;
8l3O am Sunday: School Large Carporte. Utility ..oom. plus able to give better ser- Manatee County if suchan
lOlOO am Worship Choir ServiceSl3O Efficiency Apt. w/ outside ent. AllFurnished. vice to its customers.The act is passed. If pas-
Chapel
pm Paved St. See It now I Buy
6I3O pm Worship Service from owner. 412 Cay B1d.M.' city has given a sed, such an act would
7I3O pm Youth Fellowship WAN lED:: TO guy; All U. S. Coins. contract to Bennett Mar- have to be an amendmentto
MONDAY
7l3O pm S. S. Workshop any Gold.Country Currency, or old or Medals.Coin.Tokens of, ine Construction Co. of the state constitution.He { z
TUESDAY Church Choir etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar 2403 Sarasota to make improvements also spoke of the
7lOO
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14th St. W. nradenton. Ph.747-2316T s
WEDNESDAYI9l3O _. at the Holmes importance to the Island
FOR IU NT.
Ruth Jones Circle : Month .on.or year.
4lOO am pm Intermediate GA Two-Bedroom House at 113-79th St.. Beach Yacht Basin. The cities of an Islandwide "
7lOO pm RA. GA. Sunbeams Iinlrnea n .:arh. Phi ne 77B.2791FOR total price of the work is police department, and
7lOO Prayer Meeting SALE 14 fu pm Mercury Elec. Starting It Trailer to be $9,785, with the workto said the city would make
Re.... Memorial) Chu..chHon.DoneMlnatl.nal Leaving Scats--Muat sell.-$473.: It's start immediately and every effort to have sucha t
s .ut St. C.1I778-I04 .
ar
( ) -FOR ldJ7-79th- home. Elec. Kit. to be completed within 90 department formed. The r
R.". Richerd K. wi..'". L...porch overlooking Pester Jackson S10 E. Fern St.. A.M.Phone
Tampa 331-6774.: Included in the contract one of the most important

THURSDAY 3iOO pm Roser Choristers YEAR AROUND! MOWING PROPERTY:TRIMMING.MAINTENANCE will be installation of 350 problems facing the Island ear

4.00 pm Cantus Choir EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POL- feet of new concrete sea- cities at this time. Asked ,-_.,;
SUNDAYl9iOO 7l3O pm Senior Choir ISHED. WINDOWS WASHED OILED. wall, removal of all the what progress was being ._fJtfl
PROMPT EFFICIENT
am am Sunday Worship School ServicelOlOO REASONABLE RATESReferences.KEN SERVICE plus. old piling in the basin, made, he said he felt the New Islanders Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. T. Cotte Sr.,

llllS am Worship ServiceAI3O after 4T3Q FELLOWS.P tit. 31Q-83th PHONE SI.lJa..J.laLOTS 778-2894 dredging of the basin to time would come when it formerly of Boonton, N. J., who recently have moved

7I3O pm pm Senior Congregational FellowshipMONDAYl Meelino FOR-SALt: 95 fu on Canal. a minimum depth of four could be done. into their new home on 70th Street, Holmes Beach.
72nd St.--$4.000; Blmlnl Bay Lota
priced for quick sales Gulf Front
7lOO pm hey Scout Troop 7
WEDNESDAY $&IO.OOO; 77th St. Canal $4.000; 7Sih PUBLIC NOTICEThe
7I3O pm Hoard of Education St. Canal $3.3OOi 73rd St.. $3.000. Mayor of Bradenton
,JN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Reel Eatat.lroker. .
Beach has ordered theCity's Do
116-IUal Street. 77CAREFUL '
Church of The Annu..clationEphcoJpnl ve reallyneed
DRIVER with Chauffeur'sLlcenae Building Inspectorto
( ) and Insurance--Will Drive
I R_v. Gerald K. Low., Mector You or Your Car Anywhere-Anytime.Reaaonable crack down on all violation -
Rates.! Phone 77B-13Q
I, THURSDAY .1AHAHIMENT of building permits.
FUR HbNTl Couple.OnlyNo ,
9tOO am Holy Eucharist21st Children. Close to Anna The law reads: 'All repairs aMedicare
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
fllOO am Holy Eucharist Maria Shopping Area. Large, well and alterations must
: kept grounds. Living room, bedroom
Oi3O am Family Cucharlst &
Sermon Church School dinette kitchen ft bath. Yearly b..la.0 have a permit, irrespective -
$' per mo.,Jack Marshall Realtor of the cost." This Tax
M ft M Illdg.. Anna Mirta.' _77261z
Longboat. Island ChapelNanDenominational ISLANDER PJIOILtel As a service to law also applies to plumb-
( ') our readers, we can offer a 3x7 ing and electrical work.
S FRIDAYSlOtOO enlargement of any picture appearingIn of Bradenton Beach
am Prayer Croup. :Thy: 13 L ANOF.R'for onl Y$1.J 3 esc h. City )
SATURDAY FOR SALES rUyfrunt Seswslled. Luc Sophie Carothora ,
l3O pm Choir Rehearsal on 75th St.. $..000. Beautiful corner Clerk, -- + r-- -- .
SUNDAYS Lot. 76 h fc Palm Dr.. Docking fc City
I am Sunday School Reach '.rl.U..... 3300. Four Lots .J
I rM: am Worship: Service & close to Anna Marla stores 32 aI4'.
Srmani "Rein Gods No I.63O each. Blmlnl Bay canalfront.
Bed O* Roses'* $3.OOO up. Mahar Real. 77th ft .I3O pm Double Decoders Orl".. Holmgs tit 77H.HVJ-_ -'.

I Gloria Del Evangelical Health care'

Lutheran Church

SUNDAYS 1'.". Uester M. Ula, P...... For the Holmes Beach is now availablefor !

9115..1 Sunday Church School Police, Call 746-7121 .
lOlJO... Mornlne. Worship Service '
18 65's"who J:.
; over


let's all \ Help Keep cannot afford to payIf


TE America Strong

.; Sate reunlailwith' '} you arc over Gi( : facing -

medical expense andcan't
vase SAVINGS BONDS
for it. it'syours
J pay .

for the asking, already -

t provided for by

law. The Kcrr- Ii11s Act

I offers a Health Opportunity -
I
Program for the Elderly -

/d with the federal I
w _r
,_ and state governments

r / sharing the cost.


In most states this

\ care is far. far greater

c I eh { than that offered by

Medicare proposals .
and no additional tax i is

nec: ryl!-

,

t tI I If you are elderly.and .

,I without funds for

needed medical care. ask

your doctor about the

Health Opportunity Program -

} v for the Elderly, or

i. .ten9i# t call your local medical

society

...MMMN.NN ._ V l 5't .. i;

HEAt.rH OP'OR7uPVITv PROQRA- FOR THE ELDERLY


M IIKI.IS TIIOMK 'vi It) :\i-i-i) 11t-l.'.
: /z t''

: r Manaccc;:; : County Medical SocietyI






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Im ursday, October 15, Page 11



r ISLAND RE-AL ESTATEVOTE I



NOV. 3 / -1 1jfz
J; Holmes Beach Motel Site

Are You Looking? CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER

George Wagner REALTYISLAND = ir1yw WILL OWNER SACRIFICE NEEDS FOR QUICK CASH SALE

SHOPPING CENTER I 2 Bed Room HomeIN
PHONE 778-2<<.c Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA II
e...c. W.jn... n.4. B..tr.. Ail.n P..... Asaociat I ., NORTH END OF HOLMES BEACH
SCREENED PORCH--DOATSLIP
.." .. ,,., Y ynw
4. i ". : + $10,000 WILL BUY ITI
I/r7'
i EXCEPTIONAL
JOHN B. PROTHERO
New waterfront home at the end of Chilson Avenue .
HOME BARGAINOwner Anna Maria recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER..SALES .. RENTALS
Gene V. Stewart from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tout of 116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmos Beach
must leave area and has knocked the Holmes Beach. The transaction was negotiated by
bottom out of the price of this two-bedroom home. C. V. Hottman a salesman associated with Dick
Wagner Realty of Dradcnton Beach. (Islander Photo)
Note These Features- Another

Looks-like-new condition.

Brand new roof.

wl Apartment SOLD
Central Heat & Air Conditioning. i _

I Kingsized Screened Living Porch w/ a view. -

Garage and oversized Utility-Storage Room. --ui J'J Jack Holmes


Two beautifully landscaped lots. w Realtor and Developer

Top Residential Section in Holmes Beach. -

,, ., -""e,:. 6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648
Just 400 feet to erosion-free Gulf Beach. .., .. _.
::. .- : j .
.
Homesteaded Taxes Only $91.08. - .- .-...---.-. .:... ._- HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Gulf front home at 1O5 Maple Avenue. Anna Maria
Appraised at more than 15000. recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Terence Reilly
of Tampa from the Exchange National Dank of Tampa. StRl4cca
Yours For Just $12,500 Cooperating brokers in the transaction were Ralph 7h cv ta
Parrish of Parrish Realty of Anna Maria and Ger- THIS OWNER wants to sell HO he has HOC a
$3,500 Cash trude Dlassingamc Realtor of Anna Maria.(Islander Selling Price. Two 75-foot lots between the
Photo) Highway and the Gulf--ONLY $3.OOO each!
Balance $100 Per Month
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE "..... -
..
INSURANCE COMPANY
JACK MARSHALL Realtor S.-<. If" 24eCQ t Sead
"..'.c t 1'.... R./ ,.,.,. I,......".,.,
I The uhomeYhome.. Two bedrooms bath.
&M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria 324 us, w.tt 1RAOENTON. FLA ?!.... 741.IS41' Older home, with Improvement Much am
------ New roof modern kitchen and central heat
:. and air-conditioning.' Well lamlMcapod,lot*of
VOTE/ ,' trecH. In Excellent location with Gulf view.
.
; WELL PRICED.BLASSINGAME.


UIBCHII100T DMLOPM T coRPORflTion P74 THREE GOOD nUYs: GEI/RTRUDE REAL TO )

A I R-CONDITIONED PHONE 771x133
7.ad T. 2 BR. 2 BATA BRAND /e i ,Ir ANNA MARIA FLORIDA 1/3 :f+

"9l..4' NEW CANAL FRONT
Presents _ CDS. ONLY $1 .6S01

Excellent Terms. Home With Fireplace

2 DR Cottage near the
-J .' Tk. Gulf and stores ONLY Three or Four Bedroom, 1.12 (lath Home
$8.000. INCLUDING with Fireplace and Garage. All Completely
Redecorated. Electric Kitchen. Central! Oil
EXTRA LOTIBeautiful
Heat. Large Lot. ONLY S17OOO, with an little
"OPENWATEltPltON" an 51,300 Down and NO CLOSING COSTS!

Lot Canal Front Home
for only $6.SOO.
NEW TWo-IU OItOOM. 'I IWO-DATH Canal I
Front Home with Garage--Priced. atI3MOO.I

GULF DRIVECO Call Ralph Parrishor Small Down PaymentThreeDcdrcx

OPERATIVEAPARTMENTS Peggy._...MooreParrish >m, I I1 1/2 (lath Home, wCan.a1IUMhta.
C.nd .1 I w 1__ o-.hl A. Only SI9.3OO I --S,3OO| Down and NO
.....*.-MtlHOLMES.<-...--....., Realty CLOSING COSTS.
BEACH Pt O.Pl./ ...Ann*fcUti Easy Terms

ANNA MARIA, ISLAND 778-1902 ., 778.2171 NICK HOME I with THRHKDHOROOMS&, TWO
FULL BA TIfS. nOA T DOCK. 113.OQO--14,3OO
f>jwn--tuny Term

WORLD'SFAIR Bayfront Lot
100-Fr.Sea walled Dayfront Lot-Only f4,3<)OI|
MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION

HOUSE DICK WAGNER, Realty

And other Model Homes Phone 778.2663
FEATURING
- -
OPEN DAILY 2317 CUtr IWIVC. UHADIHtOri HI.AC 11


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. r.... ........1..... G....-.. AJ&.C 1--....TV A.b... DAYS ycA1
.... O.r .....1+..h a c--I TV'.r T.o.u.. ... WEEK
0.1.1.. M...A..a P..I .......Sy..... r.. ....-.M .wr.r. ... .. 10toSSUNDAYS
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1 to 5 -fv


Information Contact Robert S. Cable,


Sales Manager Phone 778-1611
PHONE 77f.1t



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Page 12 TilE ISLANDER Thursday October 15. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


g..UIIM\ib LOOKING for the UNUSUAL?
W ... .
l?
Y HERE IT !
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTERWe've
The .

PrestigeLine I
been boardedin \ ooJ.oft i

: . 4ot.: for a weekWatchfor EARLY AMERICAN & CONTEMPORARY

..-. .. ......'...,..'.: window! %e 41 FREE GIFT MAIL WRAP
new d ddhwr Lending Library
:.r'/f ,... SltiI., OH Jolt" tKA..NSummer
... 7-:

d f f q'sjk i Sale on damagedrattan Clearance

Gerald Spencer and Ron McCormick of the Beach
Liquor Store in the Island Shopping Center, with the & other items. Sale Continues
store's new "special delivery*' vehicle. (ISLANDER
PHOTO) Phone 778-1019 DRESSES SWIM SUITS

1 BE SURE TO SPORTSWEAR
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEd SHIFTS Many from the

VOTE NOV. 3 A- ; 24 HOUR CALL WRECKER 778-1771 SERVICE Hawaiian NEW Room.

NIGHT 778-1440
Dork Arnel Jerseys
Anna Maria Island's Only
Arriving Daily
LICENSED CAR DEALER

Buick, ..Rambl..Oadg..Dodg. Dort.Plymouth
Lay-
Phone
C1!)

QUALITY TELEVISIONonly JOIN THE-- Away Plan ., 778.1161

Zenith packs so much big set performance in v. soar IJ M 1+ Itiln;tuo.nen
SUPER SLIM 16" PORTABLE Clean-Up CampaignPLYVVOOD Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort
ti i

CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
PAINT

1 1t 1t HARDWARE LUNI"IR =

TOOLS GADGETS SUPPLIES OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

See us for all your needs EVERY DAY
t ISLAND
r Holmes Itach Supplies INC. SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

Similar to aboveAs 778-1131 .
,
FOLDING MW* AiT cuss
Low As $129.95 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach WE RENT HAY PINS DtAH KSSUNSATMIMG
Many Other Styles 8 Sizes HIGH CHAICS LINfNS connaO.ulS .
M>MXITS
In Stock Linen Rental' Service 771-1472
FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION 214.54th St. Holmes Beach

. COLOR, TV 65 Call 778-2012

j ISLAND TV 778-1703 e. Scfacl and

t Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor

a OR OVER ? 5306 Holmes Boulevard

I P Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repair

BEACH LIQUOR STORE

WE HAVE FULL INFORMATION ON Holmes BeachOne-Stop Shopping Center
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CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY'SGDLDE1Ii PLANNING A PARTY?
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PURf .HEALTH No phytKal'INSURANCE esar PROGRAM {1 1we

.. f No..rbod A.alth..,pu.shont acc.pt.d r'1\
,
Up to 3IS.O )in bnM tot both m-4nd-out
. ol hosp.tal..p.ns.tPhon. have what it takes.
... .
O* M tod r - -
ENROllMENT ENDS OCT. 31 Ready Mix Cocktails

M.n.tee Company County Water (:Bay /Lrea i nsurance Blends Bourbons Mixes Scotch

(IMCOtrOCATtD) Beer __ __ WineFOR
t I ......0IIWe: 778-1697 778-1548 SERVICE WITH A SMILE
,t .,. .. C..t: r. H.i.aI..ch. flMWe
'.. T......... ..2OU closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon Phone 778OO23
' FREE DELIVERYr



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