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 22, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND of FLA- HISTORY' '


Where Life Is Peaceful. . .and Fishing Is Good '


No. 676 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 22. 1964 TEN CENTS I II

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yj : Mayor And Mrs. Haydon Burns

Will Meet Voters At CoffeeAt


.".. ., Yacht Club Friday Morning
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7 Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville. Democratic
I gubernatorial candidate has selected Anna Maria
Ti Island for the kick-off point of his visit to Manatee
: County. Friday. Oct. 23. Mrs.Jack Marshall women's
f 'T .i.iI .iI coordinator of the Manatee County Burns for Governor
Committee, will be In
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I charge of the coffee to be Garrison Jack Marshall -
: held at the Holmes Beach Marion Quattlcbaum. Al
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Yacht Club starting at Grossman. Mrs. J. E.
) 9:30 a.m. Holmes Sr.. Reuben
k All registered voters are Snecden and Mra. Pat
_I i : invited to attend the coffee Flanagan.
and to meet Mayor Burns Others on the committeeare
and his wife Mildred who Mrs. Robert Hoffman
1'i! M will be escorted to the Mrs. J. D. Webb. Mra. J.
Island by a caravan of Hartley Blackburn Mra. j
Manatee County Demo- K. W. Stenstrom. Mr*.
* cratic candidates.The Richard Brlgga. Mra. P.
following committee B. Shell. Mra. Clarence
I will assist in greeting the Sterner. Mrs Hiram <
public: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Strickland. Mra. Bruce '
Ihm, Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Cox and Mrs. Glenn Liv
Ellis Mr. and Mra. J. C. ingston.
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Bradenton Beach City Council
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Starts New City Hall Plans

Bradenton Beach City two-third.of the com.
Councilmen this week Street which will need
voted to take the first resurfacing soon after the
steps toward building a first of next year are 22nd
n r a new city hall. At a special Street from Avenue B to f

MAYOR HAYDON BURNS MRS. HAYDON BURNS council meeting Tuesday Gulf Drive and Highland
afternoon council author- Avenue from 2nd to -4th
Island Veterans Aaaa Maria Connlssloi ized upending of up to Street..
Day HOIm I Beach, Trash Pickup Ended S23O for, preliminaries County HDcctflcationH. forVltmll .
ubtntntnK "<> .do| t..* by ..
Activities Plaintd Hears Cox Report Holmes Beach Mayor contribution from the city other work. tho city. .
A program of activitiesin The Anna Maria City Elmer G. Twist Tuesday of $3 O. The money was The entire present city A request by Peter Plr-
observance of Veterans Commission at a special evening announced the end asked for a lighted signto council was appointed asa rono to build a 16-inch
Day has been scheduledon meeting Monday morning of the new city free trash be erected in Palmettoto building committee to wall In front of his Harbor
the Island for Saturday. heard a report from Com- pickup service. The ser- entice tourists to visit ascertain the "p I'0 per Lights Motel on Gulf Dr.
Nov. 7. The events will be missioner Gene Cox on a vice was started about two the Island. manner In which the city was referred to tho city**
sponsored by the Veterans meeting of the Suncoast months ago on a trial Harry Varley read a hall should be built." zoning adjustment board.A .
Day Committee of Anna League of Municipalitieswhich basis designed to remove long report on the events If. after further study number of "antl-llt-
Maria Island Post. 8199. was held in Largoon reasonable quantities of leading to. and following a new city hall seems tor" signs will bo erected
Veterans of ForeignWars. Oct. 10. burnable trash twice each the closing of 70th and 71 st feasible the proposal will long Gulf Drlvo after
A contract was given month at city expense. Streets. After the report be submitted to the voter permission from the State
At 9 a.m.. sports events John Huth of Holmes Mayor Twist said that the board unanimously approved for approval. If approved. Road Department I III obtained. -
will take place at the Beach for the city's insurance in spite of several pub- a motion to Rend the new building would be .
Manatee County Beach for the next year.A lished requests for city the report and all related erected on the site of the Council approved a bill !
and will be cosponsoredby new trailer ordinancewas residents not to abuse the documents to the city attorney present building which of $72 for installation of
the Island Kiwanis Club read for the first service too many com- for study. lie will would be moved onto a sidewalk In front of tho
and the Island Youth Cen- time and passed to a plaints had been received be asked to recommend nearby city-owned lot and pot office.
ter. Trophies to winners second reading. The ordinance by the city. what the best course of sold for a residence. Thu Mayor Mounlor reported
will be awarded by the regulating the The mayor said that any .action for the city to cake proceeds would be used that State RepresentativeWilbur
Veterans Day Committee.An use of mobile homes in piles of trash now waiting to reopen the two streets. toward paying for the now Boyd and an SRD
outboard motorboat the city is patterned.after removal would be picked An ordinance was read building. engineer had visited him
race, for entrants in three a similar ordinance which up. but no further pickup for the second time and Council approved payment .. bout the stone and rubble
classifications will be was passed recently in would be made.At passed extending for ten to Lou Tharpo of which the SRD had placed
run from the Bradcnton Holmes Beach. the meeting of the year, the garbage pickup $ .O29 fur paving of dry along Gulf Drlvo. They
Beach Pier to the Anna An emergency ordinancewas city' board of aldermen franchise to the Island streets with $$(X) withheld cold him they would try to
Maria City Pier with a passed authorizingthe Tuesday evening Louis Sanitation Service. The for 6O day In the do something about Improving -
number of trophies to be city to make its own Cornlo of Anna Maria was franchise agreement will event of any repairing the appearance of
.awarded the winners. The plumbing and septic tank appointed electrical inspector not become effective until which might be necesary. the material.A .
race is scheduled to start ordinance sets the fees for the city. the service post a bond It wan agreed that about recent letter from
.at 3 p.m. for such inspections and No action was taken ona to repay advance payments SIO.OOO will have to be hector II. Johnson ofBartow
At S p.m.. a boat. parade another sets the fees for request of the Manatee of customers if the pent for resurfacing of Sit V District Engineer. -
will run over the same inspections of seawalls Tourist Association for a (Continued on Pago 3) streets this year or noxt. / said the riprapand
course with units of the and roof installation Mayor Henry Mounloraid rubblo was placed to
Coast Guard Auxiliary to Another ordinance is to ho thought tho work ,protect this "very Important -
patrol the route. be prepared which will will have Co bo done on the I highway" from high
increase the salary of the t ooo .,third and two-thirds water. Johnson also said
\\t\mmd\ City C..rtsDRAOr'lTON city clerk to SoO weekly. < 4\ I formula used In the other I that "If and when a seawall -
BEACH The salary of the cites : : I IA (two Island cltioM. That 1M.I I or other protecton"Is
Only two cases were on maintenance nupcrintcn- ,< "" rill. .. t tho city pays one-, third I I Installed the stone and
last week's docket for the dent also wan rained. ,....'1''' I t I the paving curt. and the i rubblo may haw to botefc
Bradcnton Beach City Commission 10 read --- --'/ owner of property abut I where It I*, and the
Court. MayorllenryMeu- and considered a letter ting: the street the other (Continued on Page S)
nier fined Jackie M. Ball from the Manatee County "
of St. Petersburg and Tourist Association. The "f ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
Richard F. Kreider of letter relocated a S33O ,
Bradcnton. SI 3 each. Both (Continued on Page 3) r w...* _.*..<.!I
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were charged with speedIng .. .
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by Police Chief Jim Llndsa y. Smith a carrier for the
Tampa Tribune had been 13--71 74 74 74 73 .23
HOLMES BEACH t charged with petty larceny Oct. 14-76 78 SO X) 74 None
Tho caae against Cornell I based on a complaint by Oct. 13-76 80 10 84 73 .3
B. Smith of 6O4 .31 at Avc. !I Harry Pottinger a carrier Oct. 16--70 8O 69 82 72 None
Fast Dr d nton. a dismissed for the St. Petersburg Three-ton buoy which waa believed Co have broken Oct. 17--72 78 70 79 71 None
by Mayor Elmer Times for allegedly taking I loose from it* mooring In the ship channel near OCU 18.-71 78 72 78Oct. 72 None
G. Twist In the Holmes paper from M Time J Egmonc Key washed aahore Saturday morning on the 19--70 74 7O 78 72Th None
Beach City Court,because ;1 paper rack. Gulf beach opposite Cortex Bridge, (lalander Pho o)


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THE ISLANDER
Page 2 Thursday. October 22. 1964



I Islander EditorialsThe



NewcomerMayor Only God . .

Harvey Meyer of Anna Maria City at the One of the improvements needed on the Island at
regular October meeting of the city commission the moment Is replacement of some of the many
asked Commissioner Gene Cox to represent the cityat hundreds of Australian pines which were killed by
a meeting of the Suncoast League of Municipalities. the brief cold snap of December 13. 1962.
The meeting was held in Largo on Saturday. Oct. 10. Although some areas were affected very little the
and Cox submitted an informal report of the gatheringat loss of the pines in other parts of the Island gives
a special meeting of the city commission Monday those areas the denuded look of a small boy
.", morning. Commissioner Cox report Is as follows: immediately after he has had his short beginning-

". . After completion of other business. I of-the-summer haircut.A .
asked enlightenment concerning a casual referenceto worthy project for some Island organization which .wI
annexation to be discussed at a breakfast Is dedicated to improving the communityperhapsthe
meeting in Jacksonville preceding the meeting of Island Garden Club or the Island Division of the
25 County Chamber of Commerce--would be to ascertainthe
the Florida League of Municipalities (Oct. -27).
The president seemed most reluctant to give me tree or trees best suited to Island climatic and
any information. However I finally determinedthat soil conditions. U the organization were so minded. I -i
a committee under the chairmanship of MayorA. It might then arrange to procure a quantity of the .
Sterling Hall (of Bradenton).had been appointedto trees or to order same and sell them to local home ,
'make recommendations' relative to new annex- and property owners for planting.If .
ation laws. I asked for a committee report.Mayor properly organized the project might well be Aa
Hall was not present but the other members of the used as a fund raising campaign for the sponsoring / I
committee said they did not know what the organization with a reasonable profit to accrue to 1r
committee would recommend at the Jacksonville the organization in exchange for making the trees and
meeting but 'probably would go along with Mayor the necessary information available.
e Hall: who favored some type 'forcible annexation And. if our information is correct the fall Is a good
.' time to plant many of the trees. WHY WAIT?

"An extremely heated discussion took place
along the line that the committee of the Suncoast Letter WritingA
League had no authority to commit the league at
the Jacksonville meeting of the Florida League recent telephone conversation with Senator Ed
without first reporting to the Suncoast League. Price shows that he has received very few letters 'A.
"During this discussion several spokesmenfrom from Island residents In answer to his request for
municipalities in Plnellas County stated that letters on whether or not Islanders favor any changeIn
Mayor Herman Goldner (of St. Petersburg) was the present law on annexation.
determined to annex all of the county south of Senator Price in his various letters on the subject Camera Study by Miss Carlo Rocneike
Walsingham Road including existing municipalities. also has asked for the opinion of residents on ANY
Irrespective of the wishes of the areas to be legislation his constituents might feel is needed as
annexed. It was also stated that everyone was well as their opinions on changing the annexationlaw
familiar with the plans of Mayor Hall and that which is now In effect for Manatee County.By .
assurances had been given Mayors Goldner and writing to Senator Price (at P. O. Box 338
Hall by the president of the Florida Senate and Bradenton), you will be helping him by giving him a
the Speaker of the House of Representatives that guide to follow in deciding what legislation shouldbe
such permissive legislation would be passed in the introduced by the Manatee County delegation at
1965 legislature if it was requested the Florida the 1965 session of the Florida Legislature. At the
League of Municipalities. same time it would also be a good Idea to send a

"Finally a resolution was passed by a unanimousvote copy of the same letter to Representative Wilbur
: 'Be It resolved that the Suncoast League of Boyd 726 Eighth Avenue Palmetto.

Municipalities go on record as being opposed to any
annexation by one area, of another area, withouta
favorable vote of a majority of the voters of the
area to be annexed.'

"By way of clarification it was stated that the
ISLANDER PHOTO BY RENE RE DON
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'meaningwan clear--It applied to tooth Incorporate%.. ;. ,
and unincorporated 'areas, without to .
JI regard "'- .
population." I HAD THREE PENNIES

In discussing the meeting and his report. Cox said I had three pennies. I had I had
the reluctance of the president to give him
any One I spent oa a licorice stick;
information about annexation in connection with the .
Another I paid for a dunce to lick
Jacksonville meeting was very obvious. lie went on ..
to that although there "Nays" In the I A candied apple, shiny. slick
say were no vote
V. .4 T E
on the resolution about annexation it was not In the glorious loan ago.

unanimous in the sense that everyone voted in favorof
it. -f The third J.gave a little girl)
:
Asked about the general reaction,at the meeting to With big and a galdescud. .
his Insistent questioning about the annexation committee .
Cox admitted there was some reaction-- She blew me a lose and ran away

especially"a loud-mouthed from the newcomer.chairman-"-who Cox called added him.that Cox the . and tvear a lower Nov. 3 Hushing like sunrise at dawn of

day.La
chairmana statement was not entirely true--that the the glorious{ long ago.
city had been a member of tho league for a number ofyear.

.. Show you voted . and arc proud of it! I had three pennies, I had I IIaad.
Cox also said that Holmes{ Beach Bradcnton Beach it twill: I Magic coins: to which memory
and Longboat Key were not represented at the Largo Remind oilier to vote too. clings:
meeting and he suggested that all municipalities in
They bought" me fire and shoes withMinna
the area send representatives to the next meeting of W lA"eVOTEI ,
the Suncoast League to be held in Safety Harbor in ,
I from
VOTE! heaven a heart that
November.Tho .
ing*.
mayor and other commissioners at MondayH
In the glorious long sjpx.F2JA5 .
meeting prevailed upon Cox to represent the city at UKW.RMANKPITOR'S :
the Jacksonville meeting next week which he agreedto j%
do.
( NOTE:: The above
In appointing Cox to represent the city officially
4 poem, by Dr. Ellas Lie bens an.
and apparently the entire Inland, unofficially--the I. t'l
a distinguished wia visitor
mayor and commission could not possibly have madea a ter .
better choice. In fact we do not know of any personon A to the Island for many years,
the Inland who IH better equipped by way of background S t appeared in the October i ease

experience temperament and conviction to a. of McCALIAS)
do the job of representing the city (and/or the real

of annexationiBtH.the Inland) In a battle against the 'forces of the* The Islander

Early last year the Inland Woman's Club sponsored AM 11W .p........' Weakly puUlsJiaJ. every Thursday.

a panel discussion on the "Big City" prt.p
was held at the Inland School auditorium. Cox one of 314 PUe A........ Aft... Mario 1 UlenJ. Florida..
four members--two for and two against--of the '
"star" panel 'c, EDITOR- -......___.----STEVE KIMBAll
was easily the of the show, against Home
fairly tough opposition. learned his public speaking if t ADVERTISING. MANAGER..MARGE K1MEALL
before the days of public address systems and no one ? It MAIL. ADDRESS: I'. 0. l\oa 737.Anna Maria. Florid
could complain that he couldn't bo ard--he belted It 1 TELEPUONEI771-2021.*
out a la Kind Merman. With t +
never a sign of hesitation
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.. he went on throwing out facts until literally was per year; S3 for nix month Canada., t f'.
given the bell backing up his statements with excerpt r SS per y ar. ADVERTISING RATES: ...
from a stack of newspapers he had on the t.abh.111e SI per column Inch. Discount of ten M: _
impression waa that he could have gone on for hours percent: for aleonsecutlveInsertion. q __
without running down! if paid by tenth following month ti

Mayor Hall llradenton long time chief executive, Nation 1.26 or agency per column placed advertising Inch. J/"'"
also la chairman of the I Florida League of Municipal. ; MN CMBTv...w.........a"fUV tV.
tlea committee on annexation, and a strong exponent CLOSING TIME* NOON TUESDAY.
of annexation. lie haa been mayor of Dradentonstnca: Entered' a* Second Ctaa mAn .under
the 1940s, and a question which keeps coming to mind -. the Act March 3. I7?.
ia Why didn't Mayor Hall initiate some move toward
annexation years ago when might have been easier? 'Theyald.No' annexation without a referendum!* ** MANATEE. I COUNTY ONLY HOMe OWMID NEVWAPER

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Thursday, October 22. 1964 THE ISLANDER PaRe 3I I

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:... :',:< : PROCLAMATION 1 r
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.'.t.y'l: 11--- .w W. By the Mayors of Anna Maria Holmes Beach, and i
... Bradenton Beach--

..-J THAT .

November 7, 1964 be Anna Maria Island Veterans Dayin
; conjunction with Manatee County Veterans Day
Committee activities November 7-8-9- 10 and 11.

}
{ ',r We call on all citizens, businesses and others to give I
full support and co-operation to activities November 7 I
on Anna Maria Island, and to assist making said daya 9
success for the benefit of all concerned.

Harvey G. Meyer
Mayor of City of Anna Maria
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Henry Mcunier
Mayor of Bradenton Beach
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4 lmer G. Twist
Mayor of Holmes [BeachDIRECTLY
October 19, 1964

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candidate, and his wife, will meet local voters.Left and Jack Marshall,a particularly staunch supporter
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.v. Page 4 TiE ISLANDER Thursday October 22.

AD About People. .
Sells GKdeochle
giloel Guests of Col. and Mrs. Gene Cox last wee
were Col. Cox brother and sister-in-law Mr.
s'SC i- Mrs. Alton Cox of Charlotte N. C.; Mr. and 1
Homer McNeely of Tampa; Dr. and Mrs FJ
AND how does your garden grow? Brewer of Reddington Beach and Mr. and Mrs.j
The Cadena Amour Is In full bloom on Anna Williams of Jacksonville son-in-law and daugh "
Maria. In the fenced garden just south of the IGA Col. and Mrs. Cox.
this vine which covers a large trellis resembles a MRS. E. M. BARRADALE of 72nd Street He .
pink blanket. You can recognize It by the long Beach has returned to the Island from New P!,
racemes of rose pink flowers which are so beautifulat dence, N. J., where she spent the summer.She p
this time of year.Another lovely specimen plant Is to occupy her home here until April.
In bloom on the south side of the Coolers' home at MRS. ROBERT SLATER of 75th Street has retu
SOS-77th Street. Mrs. Cooler who at one time livedIn from a summer spent in New York State.
the Philippines told me that the Cadena Amour, HALEY'S MOTEL: Cape, and Mrs. R. D.Shepa
the Flower of Love is the national flower of the San Diego Calif.
Philippines. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the "flowerof EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wei
love" could replace the "flower of hate" in so Caledonia. Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snode
many countries? I can dream can't I? Part of the attractive parklike area at the Marina Burlington Iowa and daughter.
Five years ago I wrote in this column:"With much Drive entrance to Key Royale. (ISLANDER PHOTO) HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. "
interest I'm watching the entrance to Key Royale andI Parker of Jersey City N. J...Mr. and Mrs."
hope you too,will notice the new park as it develops.A For a low-growing evergreen shrub have you Clayden of Red Bank. N. J...Mr. and Mrs. Edw
short time ago comment was made in this column considered Shore (beach) Juniper? This low.spread- Olhava of Cleveland. Ohio.S. .
regarding the cabbage palms which had been plantedon Ing plant comes to us from Japan and resembles the S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr.and Mrs. Fred]
each side of the street. Within the past few days Northern evergreens. It will grow in beach sand full Strins of Washington D. C.
large boulders. Yucca plants and Seagrape becamea sun, and isn't affected by cold or salt spray. Dogs on WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Phi
part of the landscape plan at the corner of Key the beach (the terrible things! Ho Hum!) may causea Selliers of Floral Park N. Y.
Royale and Marina Drives. Mr. William Lee told me branch to turn brown at the edges occasionally. The THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL:
this week that present plans are to use native nurseryman told me nothing else would bother it.and and Mrs. Riley Winans of Bradenton and son...:
materials from the clearing of the key to plant the after three years of growing one.I can say he's right. and Mrs. C. H. Clark of Bradenton Beach...Mr.
park. The large cedar now staked against the wind Mrs. R. Welk of Jacksonville...Mr. and Mrs. FraT.
will be lighted during the Christmas season If the Many trees can be grown successfully in Florida to Smith of St. Petersburg. ..Mr. and Mrs. G.
transplanting is successful. He and Peder Mlckelsen replace the spruce or pine of the North which is so Thacker of Orlando.
who developed most of the Day front between 74th frequently decorated with outdoor lights at the Christ- TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. S. Cooper of N
and 67th Streets plan to put paths for walking mas season. A Podocarpus or Australian Fern Pine Rochelle. N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jeffries
benches for resting and a reflection pool in the park.A may be trimmed to almost any desired shape are Miami...Mr. and Mrs. B. Fauthun of St. Petersbu
far-sighted developer realizes that most of us burned little by the heat from the bulbs and grow ...Capt. and Mrs. Dick Taylor of Tampa.
j" Judge a new home development by its entrance.Anna rapidly to the desired height. Both thrive with
Maria Island is fortunate Indeed to have men of such minimum attention after planting--just a little fertilizer EDITOR'S NOTE: At the left on this page is tl
caliber as Mr. Mickelsen and Mr. Lee doing a large Spring and Fall. Bugs? I've never seen one on first of a series of gardening columns by 'GINNIE.
i part of the community's land development." Bill either tree. Spray? Why bother? (Mrs. Frank Dunham). The columns were first us
t hasn't added the paths and benches yet but it is in The ISLANDER in 1959 when they were vei
interesting to see the growth and beauty that have What's a garden? Sweat and toil! popular with our readers some of whom will remember
transpired in a five-year period. This in spite of Bugs to fight destroy and foil! them. We feel that the column is timely. ver|
a freeze and other adverse weather conditions.The Ah! what sanctuary! Sweet surcease--- informative and that all our readers will enjoy It
The loveliness of restful peace.
garden supply stores tell me that herb seeds
\ have never been so popular. Marjoram rosemary DEK.P SEA FISHING
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HOLMES BEACH . High Twelve Club
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service ever defaults on The Island High Twelve
its contract. Club will hold its regular
Another new ordinance weekly luncheon meetingat 4' t' Y rp
providing for a special the Holmes I Beach +

election to fill a vacancyon Yacht Club at noon,
the board of aldermen Thursday Oct. 22. A bus-
or other vacancy was iness session will be the
read for the first time principal I I item on the

and passed. agenda.At .
The first half of a new the meeting of the
sign ordinance was read following week on Oct. 29,

and passed with the rest a joint meeting will be Part of the Manatee High School Class of'6-4. when they were in the fourth grade
of the ordinance to be readat held with the Downtown at the Island School. Picture was taken on a field trip, on which the class visited
the next meeting of the High Twelve Club of St. Picture of Mrs. )
Phelps Nursery in Anna Maria. ( courtesy Clyde Phelps
board. Petersburg. Members of
the Bradenton Club also

ANNA MARIA . are invited to the meeting.It .
(Continued from Page 1) will also be a ladies
contribution from the city day and the trip to St. VOTE' ,
to be used toward the cost Petersburg will be madeby f
of a lighted sign directing boat which will leave
motorists to the Island.It the Cortez Pier at 9 a.m.
was agreed by the Reservations for the trip +1
mayor and commissioners must be made in advance.
that the same amountof
money could be spent
more advantageously in
other ways to accomplishthe RE-ELECT REELECTWILBUR
same result. The mat-
ter was referred to Mayor

Harvey Meyer for further BOYD
study. KLEMMERRepublican


DRADENTON BEACH. . Democratic Candidate For
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SRD will then do what it
can to improve the appearance STATE REPRESENTATIVE '
of the highway
possibly by covering the .r

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L 'tt 71iCommissioner and ability--


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IRWIN "MIKE" KLEMMER
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I am for development ofa
Distinguished R.cord Community' Service
complete water
systemfor WILBUR DOYI/S Record at Community :lenle.b..* ten>> ,.* .nt of IU.....* Club
Prtdnt of Junior Chamber at Commercei Vie.Prvaldencof floy. Club of Manate County]
Manatee County. I Chairman (and now a member) of Methodlat Church Hoard of SC...,.... and recipient of ih*
Dtatlngulahed Community :Srvlc Award, and tha Jayce Good Government Award.

I.,.... I.,.., I Is think such a system is very Hot Promoted County Economy New. entrant Into North County and Palmetto
CHARTER (thin proect} la In SHU budget forth
MEMBER essential to our communityand WILBUR IIOYD... been. effective In th. current year, and th. rlght.of>way
OF MANATEE JUNIOR Lftllatur.. and In helping to gee thing acqulaltlon echeduled for early 1 9A3k.
donfor ........... County A reoweat for Imp..,".""'" / of Ml. 6J...e
COLLEGE ADVISORY its growth. New Highway Patrol atatkm. of Parried, and ... 7S9 on Loneboai Key
Nw .xprlmncal farm atailon. and Anna Maria. laUnddJOO.OoJbaa beenbudgeted
BOARD Scat appropriation' >> to combat and eolv* for 7".a.d'laN-oI.1 ..y.......
Selected to nerve o. tain .... Tld* problem. are no-* being prepared' for work on U..
vital board that i. re.po..able .- I am very interested in New National Guard Armory.. Tax Cut
ltelpd tart movement thre yearn ago
for dirPc.i..Ir.of to remo-r toll on Uland bridge.. ALL WlLALm llOYD ............. and aupported
Manatee County largea development of the proposedport THE MOVE MAVK UK KM DOMK). th* ...;lalailve ace which reduced florid a'a
edacalioaal .
inalilation.
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Working for Hood ProgromWILJItm Intangible tax by fifty ..n.

RAYMOND TURNER at Piney Point.It BOYD baa. worked on behalf of Preservation Of' Personal. Rights'
ffera Manatee Co..., an the road program In Manat. Count. ),. lAac WlLJiim IK)YD ham protected (and will
means more March 2$. Doyd announced hat the following continue to do eo| th* peopt**. right to vo<*
..ncnalleed record of coeenity county road oftecta world b. under talent on a...aatk+n. or any other Chang In local
nervlce. nccenafal' ) industry for Manatee County /our.lanlry d dogleg front Flret Street ..,.............
....i.... emperienc aadindependent to U. S. 41 Cnow under conecrticilonl.PoMr.UnlJt Protection Of' Prlvote Cltlson
........ of l.th Stt.a hoar city
jadg* and more and better jobs.I I........ of au....an to Cart. !Rd en.. WILJtUK DOT..*, through hi*effort.a.
teat i. .adminietralio *f project 1. In tO budget. with cancracico chalrntan of th. legislature c_..... to
both paklic and private I b. let In OcAbr>. a............noepltall4atlon. lnr anc*.helpedo
eeterpi.e." ........ r..ligatt..t and a*.trnhta ....... ,... a4rktt '.........*..which wr*placed
I for continued at au. 70 p.occ 1* .. SAD b .*.< on th. ..,. fill canctlahl h*>*pttalt.a tf_
CAST YOUR VOTE am wtdt contract I.tiUy echedwled for thia p.+ltcle, -far th. protection. of the county.
msr.tttl. ...... cltlil ....
TO ELECTRAYMOND development of beach
our od rsHip 'In education

M. preservation .11.I1U11 nOYO. a* c.."....* of th. LegUlatlv. feMca4uMal c-......... epuneofed ando
program. ..- p*.* th* 75.31 Mill that ,...r.p.4 th. ..... .*a *.rwxtu** regarding. th. p.*>ll.
.cltt 4 financing .r.*;rant. whach will light** th. ...,..... local ad valor..* taxpayer
TURNERtreffic +r -it wt1.IMJa IK7YLTJ a.......... In th* ..... .....&M.... ..* ..tc-4 .. build tAm nc.u. .*.. Junior
..* In 9 ftid*<>-.4....!.. jMU r c....e..an e.....*.,.,* cultural and ecenvenM .... ..
I am definitely opposed to Ok* cenn ....,. l< .... bar a 17 eail|..* plant, and. a f.1 *>UJfa. ...._... pregran+ I. under
wy. C*Mlnved experienced leglalatt |..*........ will benefit. .......aenlor Colleg
c-.I.4I.. annexation without ...cd,. a. veil a* benefiting -MT ymmg pemfce and ih. canmty.
a
Fe. M.'_ C-ty any WU.bi,7t boyD thl year we* 0k* recipient ail the tce. ....y .....I layman* award fording
referundum of the residentsof ......... ..,.tce C. pwMhs -.<...catWje> by the M.na._-.*,...*aChapter iii' r..l C .lt* I Kappa.

School Beard FOR PROVEN EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCEIN
the involved.
CHtTrflCT NO. 2AA'J"I areas REPRESENTING ALL OF MANATEE COUNTY

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_ HAYDON BURNS ROBERT C. (BOB)



l Governor HUTCHESDEMOCRATIC

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Burns Means Business CANDIDATE FOR


PROVEN PROGRESS COUNTY COMMISSIONER

DISTRICT NO. 5
WILL STRIVE FOR:

I TESTED LEADERSHIP INDUSTRYECONOMYCOOPERATIONHUTCHES


I Mayor Burns has 15 years of successful BELIEYES-
public administration behind him as chief
HAYDON executive of.one of the Southeast's most MANATEE COUNTY should take every possible step to
prosperous cities. obtain new industry. Taxpayers' money should be spent
BURNS wisely. The County should strive to co-operate with all
DIM. .. municipalities in order to achieve greater unity. I
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I Exercise Your Voting Privilege

With Pride !




DICK BRIGGSBy You get the big "c" THE YI r.


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ECONOMYIN his actions, has proved When you vote for Ree SPACEPROGRAM




has poured millions into Florida's economyHOLLAND


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BeAccomplished ORRECTNESSat is a member of this important committeeNot


only has the space program benefited the
area around Cape Kennedy but it will continueto
pour millions more into Florida's economy.It .

yourRegistration is importjr to all Floridians, Democrats ';nd
Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority
DICK BR1CCS record proven that economy in that gives Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and
government in possible without sacrificing prog- Space Science Committee whose prime respon
res or Hcrvlcet During the period Dick Urigga Office sibility is to serve all matters in the space field.
haa served ait your County Commiauloner.your ad Every resident of Florida shares in the benefits
valorem tax rate was HEDUCEDONE FULLM1LL., that have resulted.
representing a Having. of approximately$25OOOO
of your tax fundal I With your vote and support. Dick Florida needs Holland's continued influence on
Briggs will continue to work for the elimination of this committee it is a valuable asset to every
frills in your county government! BEE HUNT citizen of Florida and the nation.

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Miss McManamy Bride MISS MARIAN S1BUAPP of Uayport. L. 1.. N. Y. IS
visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hague of 201 78th Street Holmes Beach for two

Of Thomas M. EwingMiss ', r weeks.MR. AND MRS. EDWARD SPIEGEL TIiALof Jersey

-. ", City N. J. arc spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Dearden Anne McManamy became the bride of ' aw L ;w Wallace R.Grayof Key Royale. Mr. and Mrs. Spiegel-
Thomas Michael Ewing at St. Joseph's Catholic : al thai are on their way home from a Bermuda vacation.
Church Bradenton Saturday. October 17. The Rev. k MISS MARGARET AND MISS HELENA OURNHAM
Cornelius Dougherty performed the double-ring have returned to their home on Willow Avenue Anna
ceremony at a nuptial mass at high noon. "Maria after spending several months In Brookline
Mrs. Ewing is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard f..,. : a A4 "Mass and East Wolfcboro. N. II., where they visited
D. McManamy of North 81st Street West Bradenton ., their brother A. S. Durnham and his family. They
and Anna Maria Island. The groom is the son of Mr. plan to occupy their home here until late In the spring.
and Mrs. E. J. Ewing of Laurel. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES M. WOOD of 302 67th
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She Street Holmes Beach returned last week from a two-
wore a floor-length Collanni original gown of Italian .., --.d month trip to New Hampshire Vermont and Cape
silk faille and carried a bouquet which was a cascadeof "" Cod. While In New Hampshire they visited Dartmouth
white sweetheart roses, stephanotis and ivy. College at Hanover Mr. Wood's alma mater. They
Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss ti ; also visited friends and relatives In Woodstock and
Sharon McManamy. Bridesmaids were Miss Doris . y Tarrytown N. Y.
Pavlin of Tallahassee and Bradenton Beach and Miss MRS." WALTER DANNof 77th Street,Holmes Beach
Kay Garringer of Venice. ', z will leave Thursday for Los Angeles and Honolulu,
Gary Bell of Venice was best man, and ushers were ,t "p as a delegate to the convention of the National
William McManamy brother of the bride and Edward Extension Homemakers Council In the latter city
Driggers of Venice. Oct. 25-30. The fiftieth anniversary of the founding
Palms formed the background for the arrangementof of the organization will be observed at the meeting.
white gladiolus and chrysanthemums decorating the She will be gone two weeks and will enjoy a tour of
church and brass candelabra held burning white the Islands with some of the other delegates. Mrs.
tapers. The family pews were marked with white bows r T Dann Is a member of the Cedar Hammock Homemakers -
holding nosegays of lily-of-the-valley. '- ---p Club.
Wedding music was presented by Mrs. E.G.Sherley 1.11ND. "MRS. CHARLES JORDAN of 22-4 Harbor
organist who also accompanied Miss Margaret ,' Y Lane Sportsmans Harbor Holmes (Beach are hack
Bommer as she sang "Ave Maria" and "Panls .r r on the Island after a summer In Suffolk Va.
Angellcus" by Franck. and "Bless Them On This \ "'tll.ND MRS. ROBERT A. PETERS, formerly of I
Day" by Bach and Gounod. $ '.'', White Bear Lake Minn., have moved Into their newly
Immediately following the ceremony a buffet ti purchased home on Shell Drive. I Holmes Beach and
luncheon was served at the Bradenton Country Club. I plan to make their permanent home on the Island.
The bride's table was covered with a white cloth and tt \ Mil." AND MRS. JAMES GREGORY McDONAl.D( ofL'
the centerpiece was a silver basket of white roses. to IK 73rd Street. Holmes Beach became the parents

The foyer was banked with potted palms and arrangements ..... :' of a daughter Mary Ann who was born at Manatee
of gladiolus and chrysanthemums were .N p .i .I." Memorial l I Hospital on Thursday Oct. H.
used to decorate. ' ;; k ", '.. 1 Mil. AND MRS. RUSSELL ,
Miss Terry Sue Watson kept the bride's book. Fora ," ... ,;it.,,..,( HOMER of Palm
wedding trip to Miami and Nassau the bride worea 1 ... -' Drive Holmes Beach
knit ensemble with a small black hat '
winter white returned home a few days
trimmed in white mink and black accessories. She ago from their summer
wore a corsage of red sweetheart roses. home at Lake Orion, I'I
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. William MRS. THOMAS: MICHAEL EWING "Mich.HIRAM .
Bruorton IV of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Adam of Rochester. N. Y.; Mrs. Paul McKenna of
Sherbrooke Quebec; Giles Landry of Windsor"Mills I
Quebec; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ewing and Dr. and Mrs.
James Blem of Detroit; Miss Lynn Mornlngstar of 3
Miami and Mrs. Marcella Thissen St. Petersburg.After .
they return from their wedding trip the
I newlyweds will reside in Venice. e J .

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Repvblican Candidate for Yes tl.. ft....... ...... 'MO(
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Commissioner U. ..,*.. .ytS MAHU'
County STRICKLAND MOM HI, Mf>|It H ... IA. OMI V
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The following has been taken from in otiliorul. In the? __.... .11 .......4s ............
WHO Bradenton Herald of October I I4, 1V64, ...11 ..... T/.. ...... ....a,
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Believes In THE TwO PARTY SYSTEM
: Freezes and floodit entered the picture, urul MO did .i
lessening of the economic boom which Morno tern a MEANS BETTER
Economy Through Better recession.It GOYERH..E"
has been a trying four yearn on the MX from. In the mid**! 11.. .-!....... i.oit ni.;' Planning, Not By Curtailing of It was j new tax atmefiMor, llr! ..-/A.-om.v... fe-It..ra/.w... .* .
brunt of opposition outrage and prrniiure. rcNulrtriK from the! HOB
Needed Facilities altered tax structure.Mr. ..- BEHDE"1. .
Strickland has conducted himself and hlM. of flee well In 0. w. ....1.LwV.. / -./.
that .He. has << ",, -,tI)an M...i.or .. .
And Services-- trying period. nfl plea tM: will
ever haw or ever will. But (the banlc. tests of honemy. ._c_ Ie .N. ....
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correctness and efficiencymate audit aril a rash of suits! .I.....-....."' .... .-..-I I....
.against his anHCMnmcneihe. has pawned with flying colon ..... ..4..Is.w.. O..4.1. .
Hospital Addition .... ....... .... ..... .-.........-
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MRS. HARRY PORTERof MRS. BLANCHE W. great grandchildren. DONALD W. WELLS of
I Annual Halloween CarnivalAnna Cincinnati a winter GARRARD of 202 75th Funeral services were 959 Anthony Drive, Columbus -
visitor on the Island for St., Holmes Beach died held at GriffIthClineIsland Ohio died early
Maria Elementary sitting service for the many years died unex- in Bradenton on Monday Chapel Wednesday this month following a
School will present its convenience of parents of pectedly at her home on Oct. 19. Born in Foxburg morning with the Rev. coronary attack. Mr. and
annual Halloween carnivalat young children. Saturday, Oct. 17.Mr.and Pa., she moved to Holmes Richard K. Wiggins pas- Mrs. Wells were visitors
the school at 4 p.m., Chairmen for the carni- Mrs.Porter spent several Beach from Elizabeth, tor of Roser Memorial here for several years.
Saturday Oct. 31. The val will be: Decorations winters at 909 N. Shore W. Va. in 1953. She was a Community Church of-
carnival sponsored by the Mrs. L. Robbins and frs. Drive, Anna Maria. member of the Elizabeth ficiating. Cremation. three sons, Fred Carr Jr.
PTA, Is a highlight of the Dan Vollmer; publicity, Survivors are her husband Methodist Church and the * of Miami. David Carr of
school year.Beginning. Mrs. Joyce Varano; bake Harry T. Porter; Wirt County Chapter MRS. THELMA CARR Virginia and Robert Carrof
with a spec- sale, Mrs. Mary Smith; two daughters Miss O.E.S., both of Elizabeth. 52, of 1008 Gulf Drive N, Franklin; ten grand-
tacular costume parade costume prizes Mrs. Nancy Porter a teacherat She is survived by her Bradenton Beach died in children her parents and
for which each child will George Cobb; food sale, the University of North daughter Mrs. George Franklin Ohio, Saturday, several brothers and sis-
receive a prize the pro- Mrs. Sam Bailey; cold Carolina and Mrs. Arthur Paul (Ruby) Roberts with Oct. 17, after a long ill- ters. Mrs. Carr had beena
gram also will include a drinks Mrs. Karen Mun- Evans of Cincinnati;a son, whom Mrs.Garrard lived; ness. resident of the Island
white elephant sale a fishpond castcr; movie Mrs. Tom Porter of Cincinnati a daughter-in-law Mrs. She is survived by her for several years,but was
; grabbag; baseball Charles Weaver white and seven grandchildren. Ethel White of Pittsburgh; husband Fred Carr; two visiting in Franklin at the
throw; a dart game and a elephant sale Mrs. Tom Funeral services and Interment a sister Mrs. Floyd La- daughters Mrs. Delores time of her death.
pumpkin toss. All con- Angcll kiddie-land Mrs. took place in Fever of Butler Pa.; two Hatfield and Mrs. Joyce Funeral services were
tributions for the white Donald Wedebrock and the Cincinnati on Tuesday. grandchildren, and two Hinkle both of Franklin; held in Franklin Tuesday.
elephant sale will be homeroom mothers.All .
greatly appreciated.Other Island residents and

the children's features plannedfor enJoy- visitors--both children are grownupsand invitedto Code of Judicial Ethics of Florida

ment will be a movie and attend and enjoy the i
an old-fashioned hayride. Halloween carnival. It is Requires a Judge:
A kiddie-land will be the PTA's principal fundraising ,
available to offer baby- event of the year. To be temperate.To .


be considerate. ..

To cooperate with other judges.


Kenneth W. Cleary Believes in this Code


& He is Qualified and Conscientious

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a VOTE lorKENNETH

: W. CLEARY

William H. GarlandDemocratic REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for

COUNTY JUDGE and JUVENILE JUDGE
; Candidate For
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SUCCESSFOR

POLITICAL PROMISES?
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TRAINED OFFICER with certificatesfrom I A

F.S.U. and the University of Tampa. :'II

A SUCCtSSFUl Junior Deputy program SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION '$

with more than 2,500 MEMIERS i

A SUCCESSFUL Junior Mounted Posse.

A Sheriff who is an ACTIVE and

I ENTHUSIASTIC supporter of the

Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch.

Manatee County's juvenile

delinquency rate has DECLINED

: during Sheriff Gross' term,

: while throughout the nation

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Success-- BLACKBURN BACKGROUND

I.Fint Florida superintendent to Hold Rank 1 certificate.

Not Promises *_ Master's Degree from Duke University;

** Courses in school finance and curriculum at University' of Florida Florida
State University' Columbia University and Harvard.
RE-ELECT
+"* 12 years experience as classroom teacher and Principal.



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October 22. 1964 TilE ISLANDER PaRe 9ewb.


ISLAND BOWL. LEAGUEBy LEAGUE STANDINGS H.n...'.. Daica
Y Bayou Marina 19
a
L.agv.sLAND taking all four pointsin Island Marine Supply 19 Islanders will be in for a
its Island Bowling Lea- Tropical Vista 19 treat if they attend the
gue match with Webb's Gray's Econowash 16 Halloween Costume Danceof
Island Pharmacy Monday VanOstenbridge 14 the Anna Maria Fire
MIXED LEAGUE evening Tropical Vista Schuchard Plumbing 13 Department to be held on
Anna Maria City Pier climbed up into a three- Bay Area Insurance 12 Friday evening Oct. 30.
Stretched its first place way tie In the standings, Roser Men's Club 8 Music will be furnished
lead in the Island Mixed with Bayou Marina and Island Pharmacy 7.5 by the popular Finney ,I
,eague Friday evening by Island Marine Supply. The Island Bank 6 Brothers' combo which
aking all four points in its high scores in the match Pete Reynard's 5.5 will Include vocalist im-
atch with B & K Hard- were Tom Edwards 219- The ISLANDER 5 ported for the gala event.
in the 615 and Bill M
are. High scores Thlbodeau. Everyone is encouragedto
atch were Lefty Miller 191-500. TOP TEN GAMESB. wear costumes and
J1O-591. and Clayton Other scores were: The Arkebauer 229T. prizes will be awarded in
ower. 173 Lloyd Han- Team representing the Anna Maria City Pier in the ISLANDER 3, Island Bank Edwards 219 traditional categories.It .
jon, 482.Other Island Mixed Bowling League. L to R:Earl and Betty 1. (Howard Merrltt. 191, G. Dykstra 218 will be held at the
scores were: Is- Carter. Wanda and Lefty Miller.(ISLANDER PHOTO) Nell Hunt 477; Bill Britt A. VanOstenbridgc 212 Anna Maria Fire Station
and Pharmacy 4, Bayou 175-450). G. Moss 209 beginning at 8 o'clock,
farina O. (Frank Davidson Roser Men's Club 3, W. Gray 208 with a donation of $2 a
217-571; Glenn Saf- HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) E. Carter 183 Pete Reynard's Restau- L. Stafford 208 couple to be asked. All
,ord 164 Pat Geyer 408)). W. Miller 170 C. Chapman 183 rant 1. (Dick Wiggins T. Edwards 206 Island residents are In-
(Linen Rental 3,Connick's P. Chapman 167D. 192-522; Leon Stafford J. Holmes 204 vited. VALL CaMEl
IV 1. (Pat Flanagan 234- Warner 166 HIGH SERIES (MEN) 208-514). C. Weaver 201
52; Dick Connick 202- J. LoCicero 164B. L. Miller 591 Schuchard Plumbing 2, Next Week's Schedule
58). Carter 164 F. Davidson 571 Gray's Econowash (By- TOP TEN SERIEST. Bay Area VanOstenbr'ge
Island Marine Supply 3, B. Carter 164B. D. Connick 558P. ron Arkebauer, 229-587; Edwards 615 Island Marine Island Bank
>and Bar 1.(JoLoClcero, Guild 160 Flanagan 552 Wally Gray. 208, Frank B. Arkebauer 587A. ISLANDER Roser M.C.
64, Frank Moc 164-453; W. Miller 160D. B. Reinel 533B. Smalley 538). VanOstenbrldge 547 Trop. Vista Bayou Mar.
ndy Rasmussen, 181- Davidson 159 Hottman 513 VanOstenbridge Build- R. Haynes 543 Reynard's Grays Econ.
90). W. Miller 157 R. Ferguson 493A. ers 2, Island Marine A. King 538F. Schuchard Is. Pharmacy
Island Trader 3, Schu- Rasmussen 490R. Supply 2. (George Dyk- Smalley 538G. .
hard Plumbing 1. (Bob HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Schuchard 483 stra, 218, Aaron Van Dykstra 538 BOWLING BRIEFS
einel. 202-533; Ray W. Miller 487B. L. Hanson 482 Ostenbridge 547). Gary Wagner 530 Our congratulations this
:huchard 179-483)). Carter 451 Bayou Marina 2, Bay R. Wiggins 522A. week to Tom Edwards for
Island Furniture Center D. Warner 444D. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Area Insurance 2. (Gary Rasmussen 521 some very consistentbowlinggamea
Dick Wagner Realty 1. Davidson 443B. Schuchard Is. Furniture Wagner 193-53O; Gene G. Moss 521 of 219.
Roy Ferguson 176-493; Guild 442 Bayou Marina Connick's toss, 209-521)). 206, and 190, for a very
.
ud Hottman 196-513)). D. Bower 433P. Linen Rental Is. Marine nice 615 series.
Hottman 429P. Island Trader City PierIs.
LEAGUE STANDINGS Chapman 422B. Pharmacy Sand Bar
L. M. City Pier 21 Schmidt 421P. DRIFTWOOD
;onnick's TV 17 Geyer 408 BOWLING BRIEFS GALLERIES HAYDEN, STONE
,inen Rental 16 Some fine game scores ffi; INCORPORATED C.TABUHKO 1.*a
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land Pharmacy 15 HIGH GAMES (MEN) registered last Friday in Interesting, Unusual "[".[". NKW YORK STOCK eXCHANGe
land Marine Supply 15 P. Flanagan 234F. the Mixed League par- & Treasured
ick Wagner Realty 14 Davidson 217L. ticularly that 234 by Pat CREATIONS AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES
nd Bar 14 Miller 210 Flanagan: Frank David-
ayou Marina 12 L. Miller 208B. son's 217; Lefty Miller's MAMDOtAFTSCAIVINCS MACEL J. HINKLE! C. C. CARTER RAY P. DUPLER
land Trader 12 Reinel 205D. 210 and 208; Bob Reinel's JL SCULPTURE JACK POLLOCK OTTO W. SPAHR AUDREY RAUCH
& K Hardware 12 Connick 202D. 205, and Dick Connick's ... w r. .......... M .5 w. swM. PRANK PERKINS GEORGE! R. WILSON
:huchard Plumbing 10 Connick 201 202 and 201. Wish Pat '_ N. .......... M en.Wa.
land Furniture Ctr. 10 B. Hottman 196B. could bowl like that in the (ertn IL A 60th St.
Reinel 185 other league all the timel I Cortez Plaza Telephone 747-1811


'BUILDER"-..... itokl OF t. for HOMES I 1.1.| ANNA Licn MARIA..W El ELECTRIC.ct. 't ell...... ." c... hi_.. Con.*.c,_% ON THE
R.-4.1I... AIdu.n. t Cwlf 0.s.. .. Ptf. Av nu BAY-AT THE NORTH END OP THE ISLAND. BUILDING & MASONRY
R.p4tI. T.u..hy L. ROY) FERGUSON NEXT TO MOO 4> ".el..MOTEL
...im.t.. .1.! .... PHONES: D., 77S-2I43 NEW MANAGEMENTHANK a. HELL: CAVCHCXSM CONTRACTINGAnna
NORMAN RO DALE Ni.... 779-2OS9 MACK BA... BECK A. OfT D"INKS.o... 0.... I. IO f..
A *..i. 77S-14IO Maria 778-2557
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Sys 6 Ie YOM All Co*and Meet The FuA!

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HIBISCUS HEADQUARTERSShrubs
TRY Have Your PAINTING
< Palms Trees

Done by Experts ALT RESISTANT PLANTING

Old HARRY M. RIFE HELP'S NUItSKItY

IllilwaukeeBREWED LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR 309 Pine Ave.. Anna MarU City

""' -I" ,. ..... 778-1341 A M Men.

Local Claim Service: Local Agency tmt FOODLINERQuality

FOR THAT Deal With an Independent Agent
WONDERFUL WORLD OF LEISURE & Vari.ty
The Island Insurance AgencyRAY

HARDY POST OFFICE PLAZA

Agent -rfC-O ANNA MARIA Armour Star lien Turkey. (10-12 lb. Av.)- Lb.39 778-1969 Vaflgy FLORIDA Center Cut Rib Pork Chop.--Lb. 694
RIB HALF PORK LOINS--Lb. 55C
incz1[
TABLE RITE SLICED BACON-Lb. 49C
rO tie', Sd IGA Tomato Juice--46 Ox. Can-4 for 11.OO
IGA Sliced or Half Peachea--*2-/2Can--4/11.OO
4 COOL r IGASnow Cream Shortening (Lim. 1)31 Can 59C

LingeriePETTI 0.... sl.. r.ys _... .lnt..ts 4..I..4. ..wf .... IGA Coffee (Limit 1 w/ $5 order) Lb. 690
.1-.... .-......, '. E.-'".. t.y p ..".....t...1 If.. FAB Giant Size (IIC off) Limit 1 w/S5 order 494

PANTS HALF SLIPS CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDSDOTTIE .

BRIEFS sizes 5 to 10 All S4NI-JOYCE* <>..-..VILMA>... REGISTER HERE FOR TELEGRAMS
!..... AMNA MARIA 77*' .11
CJTMIf CACMMA.
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THE TOLL HOUSE 'B ?Ie .. TKG

(F*....f, THE coouiNA) RESTAURANTNext Anna Maria 778-2423 *

Air to Post Office Plaza "Wher* The Beats Are" 'rTT1IE ::

S.fML Mi1. LaceNylon Anna Maria MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND FISHING
CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY
..m.AD ra*
Stretch FII AY sad SATUI AY I
AWWA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
all th* .
OCTO.HIGH- -LOWtill -
.IShaDOLLAR 27XI T1,.. p. ... Ili4r. 2.4 h0's..4.1 ,.'1... 1.2
fJ you can L7J13 ... .... .i1 A_.0., ,.41... I..
34. let 12,70>> 7.7 3,22 r ..s 7150... .0., S.31 ... 1.4
; ; S Sport FOOT SOX Weekdays ...5 to 9 2S s.J.S7 srs 2.7r---- .SI M.&2 ...M.
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70 ||4J MW 2A u IO OI s-4.1'ZI -- --- --
for SNEAkE1SILATS-SLIPPERS Sundays Noon to 8 p.m. T.. ?143.. 2.4 Ihl9 M ... r ----- -
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| 4itf 2.2 till 9 1.7 12.77. 01ti40 --------
I 39' Tfe* 4..11 .. 2.0 p. 1.7 I2i0 .' 1.4 Ii4)r 0.2
"0.I Office Plaza BREAKFAST SERVED F<*C.....*..4..... .44 ..... '!..... w I h1.Is ....
FRIDAY and SATURDAY u..t>ll.... a.I ..........d .1...1..rs.. w .... .... .....,....
Anna Maria City L ...5..1' 4m.-..e ea.I-/st/ nA..A.w irti.iu l.lwd p,..,
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ll CHURCHES LEGAL NOTICES Special Union Service Music Appreciation :. t"-. {
INVITATION TO BIO ;"n.J .4 N. iltt : "
The City of Anns. wu.... Florid t -
1 ST. BERNARD MISSION I invites eesled bid for Installation of At Gloria Del Church SBiday At Roser 4';' ; '"' \Aw uY Y
_ (CATHOLIC) an ejector system for two loIJOU.1Iba ':';:. :
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City Pier.co line to the :'t
Re..j Francis F. Welsmiller shore, septic tank and drainage field. A Union Reformation Sunday Oct. 25, has been "' ;
Further' Information may be obtained service will be held at designated as Music Ap- '
MASS SUNDAY 8 & 10 am NA
at the Anna Maria City Office. Bide it -inuNt
t WEEKDAYS! 8 am must be In die City Office by 12 Noon.Friday. Gloria Dei Lutheran preciation Sunday at the
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm and will be
ROSARY & BENEDICTION Oct. 16. 194. of the Church at 3:30 p.m.,Sunday R 0 s e r Memorial Com-
opened at a special meeting
F WEDNESDAYS 7l3O pm Board of Commissioners, to be held Oct. 25, under the munity Church.Music has

Horv.y Memorial Chu..chNonD.nomlnatlonal. at The 10 Board a.m.. of Monday.Commissioners Oct. 19. 1964.re* Joint sponsorship of three played a very Importantrole

( ) serves the right to reect any or all Lutheran Churches In the In the worship ser-

Bradenton Beach bids. FRANCES V. MAXON county. They are Trinity vices of the Christian

M R.... A. W. Simm. City.Clerk Lutheran Church of Bra- Church down through the

SUNDAY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGA denton the Rev. Wayne centuries. It is this recog-
9t30 am Sunday School Special Hearing will be held at the
of
Allran Redeemer nition of the ministry
pastor;
regular meeting of the Board of Alder-
Christian Sclmc S.rvico men of the City of Holmes Beach.Florida Lutheran Church of Palma music that has resulted In

A. M. Community: "" H.us. Beach on, at Nov.the 10.City 1964.Office at 7i3OPM.In Holmes. Sola the Rev. Kenneth the setting aside of a

t SUNDAY to consider a proposed amendment to Baar, pastor and the host special Sunday at Roser Members and pastor of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church,

9tOQ am Sunday Service amendment the Zoning Ordinance to be considered No. 107. will The church the Rev. LesterM. when proper recognitioncan who formed an informal work party Saturday morning

affect the act-backs on all SO-footcorner Utz pastor. be given to all who to improve the landscaping of the church grounds.

.( ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH lots.Pauline II. ArcherCItY The program will be share in this vital minis- (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Rey. Lee Retlllf. Pastor
Clerk featured as its theme:

THURSDAY 7130 pm WUU Installation S.,. UNCLASSIFIEDadvance "Our Musical Heritage try.The three choirs of the Reasoner & Anson Ride The Island BusSIX

FRIDAY from the Reformation." church: the Adult Choir,
SUNDAY 3 tOO pm Jr. CA payment required All three pastors will under the direction of Mel .' ROUND TRIPS FROM

8l3O am Sunday School 8 lines--Si.00--50*' minimum participate as well as the Aklns and the Rose BRADENTON DAILY
lOlOO am Worship Service
Sl3O pm Concord Choir ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES! Pen., congregations which they Choristers and Cantus Telephone EXCEPT SUNDAY

6I3O pm pm Youth Worship Fellowship Service7I3O etc.Calendars.Complete Matches line of Christmas Thermometers Glfta serve. There will be a Choir under the directionof 744-0651 or 746-91lO after 5 45
UONDAY Including Strawberry Preserves. hymn sing "hootenanny Miss Linda Ketch am, P1XTEGRANDE HOTEL BLDG.
Jam. Jellies. Cheeses, etc. CallJ.
7i3O pm S. S. Workshop under the direction of will both the 9 and
at
TUESDAY G. McDonald at 7781198. No Obligation. an sing

WEDNESDAY 7iOO pm Church, Choir ,.UK. _. :')tLti RIAsOmntt; :::' experienced choir direc- 11:15 a.m. worship ser- Do You Need ARUBBER

4lOO pm Intermediate CA Luxurloua2-BR: Gold Medallion WaterFront tor. vices. Henry Kirtland the
7lOO pm RA, GA. Sunb.am. Home Like New. C.ntralll.at After the formal service organist will accompanyall STAMP?
7lOO pm Prayer ....UnQ Air Conditioning.I Ooatdock. large
screened porch, patio. Phone 778Mlll. those attending will Joinin the choirs.

Racer Metnorial Chu..chH.n.DenoMln.tl.no after S3O Ja'n.uJP:; a fellowship period and The pastor the Rev.
FOR SALE : DOX wrack SKI PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW WITH
( l) and canvas cover. Mrs.Stewart partake of light refresh- Richard K. Wiggins will

...... Richard K. Wiaelne Pines Trallsr"each.Parks 7 Church Ave.flr.denton .. ments to be served by the speak on the theme of the THE ISLANDERfor

) P..rTHURSDAV FOR SAL.E1; lia y front Sea walled Lot women of the host church. day at both services.All FAST SERVICE
QUALITY
3lOO pm Ro.! ... Choristers on 73th St., $8.OOO. Beautiful cornerLot This service will be opento residents and visi- -
76th It Palm Dr.. Docking ft.
4lOO pm Cantus Choir7l3O the and tors are cordially invitedto
Senior Choir Beach Privileges. $3.300. Pour Lots public mem-
I' WUSICAPPRECIATJONSUNDAV pm close to Anna Marls stores. 32: K 145. bers of all churches are attend either of these
\ $1.65O each. Blmlnl Day csnalfront
9iOO am Worship Service For SERVICED
Invited. services.
) lOlOO am Sunday School $3.000 up. Mahar Realty 77th. Gulf special
Service P rive. Holmes .ach. Call ??*-'':\9.SWIDLi1l .
11 llS am Worship -------------
7 tOO pm Sr. Youth F.1'ship ; :: MXi i l MONDAY R.M.. :233-83th St.. Holmes CALL
!!!
7iOO pm Boy Seoul Troop 7 neifhfl i ny apnolntrrient. --77B-72 I. .cn.e.:: FUNERAL HOMES
if TUESDAY .I:: FOR RENT: Couples E
f 7l3O pm ".n'. Club ....UnQ Only--No Children. Close to Anna 91f
A WEDNESDAY Marls Shopping Area. Large ..11- 7781267FURNITURE
Ft t 1O>2 Mission Workshops kept grounds. Living room bedroom.
8100 pm Group 7*Youth Room dinette kitchen ft bath. Yearly balls .. "";: i\.

$5O per mo. Jack Marshall RealtorsM -1.-...." .... ,-
778-7614. '. '
Church of The Annunciation ft M nidg. Anna Msrla.

(Episcopal) CAREFUL; and LmtvuK Ineu..anc.--WIII whit cnaurreui'aLicense Drive ..';: -j'h.-:. ;. .. ',- i.' -t.-=:.:'" FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

R... Gerald K. Lowe. Rector You or Your Car Anywhere--Anytime. --=-a....-...
Reasonable IUt... Phone 778-1 5O6.
THURSDAY 9lOO am Holy Eucharist LOTS FOR SALEi 95; ft. on Canal. 24 HOUR Am ulance Service Your Authorized
72nd St.--J4.0CXj Blmlnl flay Lots
22nd SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

1OI3O.too am.. Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & priced S1O.OOO for 77th quick St. Canal sale} $4 Gulf.0001 Front.73ch T.fepiNm. .: 778-2211 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FRIGIDAIRE Sales 6 Service Dealer

Sermon. Church School St. Canal. $3.3OOj 73rd St.. $3.000.
JN. B. PROTMERO Reg. Real Estate 742-1011 BRADENTONWyananGreen 5600 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
8 roker 116-81st I Street. 775.2554. ,
I L......... Island ChepelFRIDAY FOR SALlii 14 it. bummer wounpMercury
(N.m O"-Itl..I) EUec. Starting t, Trailer.Uesvln .
State-Must sell--.475. it's
.. OiOO am Prefer Group S beauty 117'-'yh y. CallT7 ..lO4V & Blalock Inc.
,
SATURDAY YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAIN-
r IllO MI Chel. Rehearsal TENANCBl MOWING. TRIMMING. "e ?
SUNDAY! KDCING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE {/ tnROY
.IS em Sunday School KD. WINDOWS WASHED OILED.
9130 em .....1 ew Orientation Cl.lllOO PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus
em 4kSermoAl REASONABLE RATES--References. Established 1908
::
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"."'. KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 77'-2>94 F. BADEN I
Religion"I3O after .Im: IOI 8.
pm Double Deoeders WAN&a.u I rtl.0 Yi All U.'I"(;.11 no. A Phone Call Will Bring a Representative)
Gold Currency, or Foreign Coins of
Gloria 0.1 Cvongellcel any Country, or old Medals. Tokens.etc. .
,
.
Lutheran Church B'y-rwon.p Jt- "01.! .?.!..?.- Bamaar.Fh-74'l2IIfill 34O3Mtfl ft.LSLANDliH 422 Twelfth S*. P...... 742-1431

Rev. Ueater M. Ut., PesterllS I Ass to
our readers, we ca. offer a 3 s 7 Democratic
SUNDAY. am Sunday. Church School enlargement of any picture. appaartng BRADEHTON 1
.tl'lS
"1'.1.' In The ISLANDER for oat. aach.
lOt JO em Marnlne Worship

CandidateFor


For the Holm.s Beach N
FOR SALE:: IBM Executive
Policy Call 746-7121 REOPENING
S .1 Typewriter with special
I "Text" Type (used! to write
FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 SHERIFFROY
thttaiOln! excellent condi-" Shell Fuel Oil

tlol--tcplaced! by another
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINEi
machine. Used! very little PHONE 743-0691 a R.mwti.. .-w......... r_... A'_......
and! hat been on an 1UM
,
DELIVERY ON ISLAND He BADEN Is for a reduced Sheriff
t service Cost IItpantu1air
contract. more
Department budget. Each year the present
Now $475. EVERY FRIDAY
ll\oIn$700. only
I NORTH EN OOF LONCDOAT KEY sheriff states positively that he cannot operatethe
The ISLANDER. 314 Pine l L..ei..t 12-DIM.. at 6 p._. Department efficiently for less than
Please Place
Phone Order .....
Avc. Anna Maria. cs..e4 T.s- 358.2505zdekJ $485.000. but ROY BADEN from experience

I 178-2021. by 5p.m. Thursday knows that the Department can be operatedmore

economically without sacrificing public

protection law enforcement or any other

phase of the Department's obligation.ROY .

; ,
BADEN can and will operate the

Department more efficiently in the 1965

budget year for J23O.OOO which is J6O.7SO

less than the present sheriff was allowed for

this year.

.
ROY BADEN pledges IOO% cooperation with

all Island law enforcement agencies.




.J- &: : S For 1965 Law EnforcementThat



4t We Can Afford

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la'o

Roy 1.11.. Will Appreciate

d


Your Vote OH Nov. 3





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VOTE NOV. 3' rJ : H: :


Holmes Beach Motel Site l'' SY

CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER }
OWNER NEEDS CASH
WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE

2 Bed Room Home
IN NORTH END OF HOLMES BEACH
SCREENED PORCH--BOATSLIP
$10,000 WILL BUY ITI

JOHN B. PROTHEROREGISTERED

REAL ESTATE BROKER-SALES Ia RENTALS
U
116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach New waterfront home at the end of 71 st Street. Holmes {
Beach built by the Wm. B.Lee Co.for Mr. and Mrs.C. .
H. Hulse of Ottawa, Ontario. The transaction was

Home With FireplaceThree handled by Key Royale Homes Inc. (Islander Photo) -! .' _._- -,_."
Home at 2303 Avenue B. Bradenton Beach (top),
or Four Bedroom 1-1/2 Bath Home Are You Looking? recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rozanek
with Fireplace and Garage. All Completely George Wagner REALTYISLAND of St. Clair Shores Mich from Mrs. Helen (Hook of
Redecorated. Electric Kitchen. Central 011 Bradenton Beach. The sale was handled by George E.
Heat. Large Lot. ONLY $17OOO.with as little SHOPPING CENTER Wagner registered real estate broker of Holmes
as $1,5OO Down and NO CLOSING COSTS! PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc. Beach.
c...C..o..r. "-..n..r.r All..w ..A..cl.l.
Canal Front Home Home at 4703 Second Avenue. Holmes Beach(lower),
NEW TWO-BEDROOM. TWO-BATH Canal which has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. C. I.Latchcm. .
Front Home with Garage--Priced 15800. to Build formerly of East St. Louis Ill., from the
Going
Small Down Manatee Federal Savings & Loan Association. Mr.
Payment
business at the
Latchcm Is the assistant manager
Three-Bedroom 1-1/2 Bath Home wI Canal Off Island Owner really waits to Manatee Memorial Hospital. The sale was negotiatedby
Rights. Only $15.SOO--$1.500 Down and NO Gertrude Realtor of Anna Maria.
sell this .....11.1 so.-wallod lot which Blasslngamo.
CLOSING COSTS. 1 -.. includes boot slip aid deep. ..11. (ISLANDER PHOTO)

Easy Terms ....IIIe..t view of Sarasota Bay.EzcolloBt .
NICE HOME with THREE BEDROOMS&TWO Ec2r4ySEASIDE
FULL BATHS. BOAT DOCK.$15.000--.500 Ttrns.
Down--Easy Terms. -- GULF
ON THE GARDENS
Bayfront Lot ; 1l
lOO-Ft.Seawalled Bayfront Lot--Only$8.5001DICK | $ 75 ft. Gulf Frost Lot over 250 ft. deep.Y . SUNSET
No orosloMERTRUDE your yearsIn


WAGNER, Realty { your own apartment home with
BLASSINGAME, REALTOR
Phone 778.2663 / !INA BUILDING PHONE 77 tin I. security, grace, comfort, full

2217 GULF DRIVE. OtADENTON BEACH '7.e ,V:. ANNA MARIA. PLORIDA 1M.L .-, ownership of lot and dock


VOTE / Priced from


LflRCHIUODT L DEVfLOPfflOlT[ COflPOftflTIOflTfc P THREE GOOD DUYS: $10,000$15,000MODELS

R-CONDITIONED OPEN

'?.m.d 1. 2 BR. 2 BATH,BRAND
NEW, CANAL FRONT Jack Holmes
Presents - CBS ONLY $13.6301
Excellent Term.. Realtor and Developer

'II. 2 OR Cottage near the 8101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-164B
Gulf and toreel..ONLY
8000. INCLUDING HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

EXTRA- -L.OTIBeautiful

IkIllJ "OI'ENWATERFRONT" A EXCEPTIONAL
D Lot
for only S6.3OO. HOME BARGAIN

jjijjjj. .
Owner mum leave area and ban knocked the
" GULF DRIVECO.OPERATIVE Call Ralph Parrishor bottom out of the price of thin two-bedroom home.
j., : Peggy MooreA.
A f AMTMCMTS .._M/. Note These Features-
c--: .", .... O-.p
ww.-s1.w.wr.rr..vHOLMES P.rrish R.dt,
w Look.-llko-new condition.'
BEACH P.O.Pl..i.,AJM .M.ri.

ANNA MARIA ISLAND 778.1907. 778-7121 Brand new roof.

I Central Hear: & Air Conditioning.

WOILD'SFAil KlngNlzed' Screened Living Porch w/ a view.

MODEL APARTMENTS OPEN FOR INSPECTION Garage and oversized Utility-Storage Room.

Two beautifully landacapcd lo<..
HOUSEAnd

other Model llomr! Top evidential Section In Holmes' (lleach.Jujit .
FEATURING

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OPEN DAILY 4Xyet to erolon-f Gulf Heach.llomenteaded .

qft.... ...t.... c..u...... ...... .*.***.0..1.r...s+... :-.. ._ A.ea. 1:1.."....... ATKEYROYALE Taien Only Sr lOH.
.A Tmm ". .11---4>A-- ...1.1 .... c.--.1..1 on.-a........... c-.a Air ..ilM.-t.iO,I/r+/
I-.1.-,...... L. ....... .c-e-.:.......A t <1 A6a.-a--...a-...,... Appraised. more than ,ISOX).
..... r.M a...-........T1...N. .IM T..o.....-.T1..1t
_-..r..... .......1.r.. 1-. .. AM-C4.......TV A----. For Just $12,500
.. .. ... WEEK DAYS Yours
r-& a- -.r Cw: i TV .T.a.o.ea.
.-.---.,.... .............. ...... 10to5
o.eb.
.... _, -..... r-m..T"...a.e.. fmtiFor $3,500 Cash/ -
.O.w. c- -- -.1 = .._ r...0.---.........ca.-. .0-. SUNDAYSlto5
r '"'-- .v- $ ____ "- -.4........
Balance $100 Per Month


Information Contact Robert S. Cable, JACK MARSHALL R..ltorM


Sates Manager Phone 778.1611 S M Building 778-2614 Anna Marlaursday
PHONE 71'.1917



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I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


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Lets allVIE HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER NEW SERVICE - -
RENT A Floral Centerpiece
See us for L-o-n-g Lasting COMPLETE Line of' Party Goods

Colorful Aluminum Drapes or Candles & Bridge SvppUes
1 Start Your Christmas Lay-Away
Shades. : e FREE GIFT 6 MAIL WRAP
They will protect your Home _ 4' ddddIFI Lending Library
:.c/1 ",..1lY $It;"., -- J.It" v.tx"f' ""
and Furnishings from: (.7--U: ::::::;;?

The Sun's Glare

The Summer's Heat J oICGed
;. The Winter's Cold
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N v.3 Phone7781019HUFFINE'S CtdinborO!

WE RENT .OtOINC If OS PAsT- Ctl.S de 44al4I de .deadto
KAY PENS -DIAPERS STANDARD SERVICE ncaad M
HIGH CHAIRS -LINENS *SUNSATHIMC COT
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ITIOtlfft tlANKCTS' 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE de
e cmeq're -I
&
Linen Rental Service 77S-I472 & CALL 778-1771
21 -54th St. Holmes Beach NIGHT 778-1440 AFc auw

AMI Maria Island's Only Fibre Content
100% ORLON ACRYLIC
LICENSED CAR DEALER
'IICOLOR HAND WASHABLE
Buick' >Rambl--Do TWO PIECE
:
JOIN THE--
$11.99 to $14.98
TV Clean-Up Call1paignPLY1NOOD

I isBIGGER
LayAway-
y Phone

& PAINT Plan .'.T_.. ; : 778-1161

HARDWARE ..
itC 5.041. luc.w '"en t Wanes'
BRIGHTER LUNl"E Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort

Than Ever
TOOLS GADGETS SUPPLIES
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
See us for all your needs
All New 65
Holmes hick Supplies Inc. HANDY DANDY
Models in Stock 778-1131

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach OPEN 7 A.M.-9 P.M.
L FREE HOME DEMONSTRATIONAlso EVERY DAY
ISLAND
Check Our Used SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

|i1V TV Stock $10 & Up 65 Call 778-2012

ISLAND TV 778-1703 '. e. Scic azd

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor

OR OVER? 5306 Holmes Boulevard
Plumbing Fixtures Supplies Pumps Repairs;


EACH LIQUOR STORE

WE HAVE FULL INFORMATION ON Holmes BeachOne-Stop Shopping Center

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY'SGDLDEPJ
H. 65

HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM

No phtiK.t..."'
No h.alth. QuehonfE.body
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to StS.OOO b.n.l.ts( lo*both ""d.o"t
olENROLLMENT/hO'Pf'A''l.p.nsa
P"o.01...ui toda, R SPIR ITS MAKE FINEGI
.t.-: ENDS OCT. 31

'.i 41 .Manatee CompanyINCOOOCATtb County Water (Bay Xreagnsurance EVERYTHING PLUSCOURTEOUS FOR SERVICE YOUR PAITY

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.......0Hicw: 778-1697 778-1548 FOR SERVICE-"WITH- A SMILE
4 9, H.b .. -.cta. ,$..d. Phone 778-2023
771-2022 closed Wednesday & Saturday at noon FREE DELIVERYt

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