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 29, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079899
Volume ID: VID00248
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 20573244
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No. 677 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1964 TEN CENTS



Valuation Of A. M. City Owned I



'. '9I Property Lowered By $97,630

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\ Property owned by the S3O.OOO (up SIO.OOO over
m J&"t City of Anna Maria. last last year's figure); Bay

l week was reduced In val- Park restrooms $2.2OO;
uation by $97.63O. to a three new shelters in Bay
L total of $6O1.7OO. Park. $1,200.Others .
Called for by the city arc: Bay Park
w charter Is an annual meeting $27O.3OO (2.703 feet at
of the city's board of $100 per foot down $27.-
evaluation to Include the 000 from 1963)); Community -
mayor a commissioner House Park. $20.OOO
and two local real estate (ten lots at $2OOO each
brokers. down $1 .OOO from 1963);
Members of the board Gulffront Park. $213.OOO

;I this year were Mayor II. ((1.420 feet at $150 per
i G. Meyer Commissioner foot, down $71.OOO from
Robert R.Moses, and real 1963): ) and Lots 7.8&Q.
estate brokers Gertrude Bl. 26. Anna Maria Beach
.,. Hlasslngame and Frances Subdivision on which the
Livingston. Anna Maria Fire Station
Six changes In valuationwere stands. $ .OOO (up $".200
made by the board from the 1963 valuation).
three of them loweringthe ; Still other city owned
\: J valuation on the city properties are: Lots 9.
parks two raising valuations 10 and 12. adjacent to the
and one listing the city office. $12.000. and
new shelters in the Hay- lots at the Island Youth
front Park not listed last Center. 20000.

'_.. year. Now valuations on the
.. '.- M This year's valuations three city parks were felt

arc: Community (louse. to be "more realistic" In
Work on the Holmes Beach Yacht Basin Is now A contract for the work was warded to the Bennett $1 .OOO; City office and relation to the present
I underway with the project to Include new seawall Marine Construction Co. of Sarasota. by the City of Lots 13 and 1-4, on which real estate market according -
installation of a number of new boat slips dredgingthe Holmes Beach. Bennett's bid was $9.785. with the office is located $12OOO; to members of the
basin and its channel and other Improvements. project to be completed in 90 days. (Islander Photo) City pier and pavilion. hoard of evaluation.

Cruiser Burns Sinks In Gulf
Registered Democrats Outnumber Bookmobile Visit Election Tvsday ,

1 _... ,., _. -A v-na a......._ _aft t..w '- .-.4.t"&CM '-
Tho Uookmotetl oC - *- N a-oen.\ -
: ( OiThe island warn ashore on the Inland Street,leaving only a little
F Republicans Manatee County Library Election polling places about 1:30a.m.Saturday. of the bow showing lie
service will visit the Island on the Island will be open
A check this week with Maria 758 in Holmes on Thursday. Oct. 29. from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., after his boat had caught alerted the Coast Guard
Mable W. Davis. Manatee Beach and 383 in Bradenton It will be at the Anna in all three Island cities fire and was in a sinking about the sunken craft.

County Supervisor of Reg- Beach. Maria Community House and on Longboat; Key. condition. Halowa! .. Cor.lval At
istration shows that the Despite the fact that the from IOta II:30 a.m.. and In Anna Maria City the David 1\. Hl enberac. 21,
Island has a total of 1,992 registration list shows a in Holmes Beach from polls will be at the Com- of 5732 Havens lid..Sarasota Island Schoal Saturday
left his 2
In -foot
registered voters in its total of 1.O99 Democratsto noon until 2 p.m. munity House; in Holmes .
cabin cruiser The PTA of the IlandSchool
three precincts.In only 837 Republicans In Holmes Beach the Beach at the city office; Thursday
addition. SupervisorDavis an analysis of the 1960 location of the Bookmobilewill in Bradenton Beach, at the planning to go to the Bra- will proem theschool's
also has listed a vote In the general elec- be changed.; It will fire station on Second St. denton Marina. ) annual I Halloween -
total of 1.559 Island free- tion showed that the vote be located at the rear of North and at the LongboatKey He left the boat at Land'sEnd carnival at4 p.m..
Longboat Key Thura- Saturday. Oct. 31, at the
holders.A was heavily Republican in the Island Bank across firchouse.
breakdown of the total all three Island cities.Not Marina Drive from the day night and resumed chool.
number of voters shows one of the 19 National. Shopping Center.; M.,... B...flt his trip Friday. When his Beginning with a costume
that there are 502 in Anna State or County Demo- Seven members of the Inboard engine quit. he parade for which each
Maria 273 City Mtttiigs N.., W..k worked on the carburetor child participating will
City: Democrats cratic candidates on the Manatee Chapter of the
for some time when the receive a prize tho program -
215 Republicans ballot even came near to Meetings of the governing ; Florida Restaurant Association
and 14 listed as Independents carrying the Island.In boards of two of the I are planning aFoodaMama engine caught fire. also will include a
which means in this all three cities the Island cities will be held buffetfor ElNcnbcrg put out the white elephant .sale a fI.h
case undeclared.In greatest number of votes next week. The Anna Maria the benefit of the South fire with two small fire pond; grab bag baseball
Holmes Beach the were cast in the presidential City Commission will Florida Museum. It will extinguishers, suffering throw; a dart game and a
total number is 882. of race, a total of 1.321. meet at the CommunityHouse be at the Bradenton Auditorium minor burns on his arms pumpkin to.*.

whom 443 are listed as of which 871 were Republican at 7:30 p.m.. Monday at 7 p.m. oil and around his eyes. Other feature plannedfor
Democrats 423 as Republicans and 45O Democratic. Nov. 2. and the Thursday Nov. 12. Because he was drifting the children enjoy
,and 16 as Indepen- Although 1.321 voters Bradenton Beach City Ticket for the event northward In the Gulf ho ment will be a movie and
dents. went to the polls as shown Council will meet at 7:30 are now on sale at the anchored his boat and an old-fa hloned hayride.A .
Bradenton Beach lists a by the presidential vote p.m.. Thursday Nov. 5, Holmes Beach Yacht Clubat swam to the Island land- kiddle-land I I will be
total of 608 voters with the average number of at the fire station on 2nd $7.5O each. Ing near the homo of Mr. available to offer baby-
and Mrs. Arthur (Hull of sitting service for the
383 listed as Democrats votes cast in all the races Street North. The seven sponsoring
199 as Republicans and was only 1.198. with the Because of the electionnext restaurant will furnish 103! 29th St. Mr*. Hull convenience of parent of .
26 as Independents. Republicans averaging Tuesday the Holme all the food for the buffet loaned him a blanket to young< children.

Freeholder in the three 710 votes, and the Democrat Beach aldermen will meetat and all the proceed will wrap around himself, and
cities are 418 in Anna 488. 7:3O p.m. on Nov. 10. be given to the museum. called Holmes Reach Police Pallet NflbtrTo
---- Chief W. If. Adams.
Best Roctt PIsaud. Adam look Klaenberg reach the police

Island owners of out- to ho Manatee County In any of the three
board motor boat, who Sheriff* office where he Island cltle*, resident
was given hoc coffee and are asked to call the
wish to enter a race on
Saturday afternoon Nov. dry cloche Friend In Sheriff office 746-
7. for r Sarasota were called to 7121. and leave the
IK maycompete several -
trophic Entries may + come and take him home. message with the person -

be made with John Fitzgerald ..Kw Kiaenberg'a boat a nk who arswtrrs.

at Bayview Villa
Apartment. 110. 9th Su ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

l South. Bradenton Beach ..... ..,.....

or by calling Fitzgerald ),....- .... ............. ..... TT.v. -..
"' -i at 778-12OO. .. ...' --P.... ", w ...4........
The race will be run \ .w Me.. 4 ... NIA/.
r from the old pier in Bra <
Oct. 2O-64 66 64 6a 70 None
denton Beach to the Anna
Oct. 21 60 70 64 72 67 Non.
Her moo Poelsma of Bra- Maria City Pier a* part New office and store building on Gulf Drive Anna -
L; )., OCU 22--67 74 66 73 67 Non.
denton. recently hired by of the Island Veteran Day Maria recently completed by Holmes Construction .
Oct. 23 64 74 67 71 68 Nonev
the Island ICiwanla Club celebration. Co. for Dan Vollmer' of Anna Maria. Building has -
Oct. 24 66 74 72 82 64 .
a* the new manager of the A parade of boat will approximately 3,000 square. feet of floor apace, and <
Oct. 23 66 74 70 10 69 None
refreshment counter at run over the a&mecou.rae 1* divided into two store and three of f ice*.The' first --
OCU 26 6* 3 72 S6 None
the county beach. (Photo Late in the afternoon with tenant are the Ports of Par ad...Shoppe.and Frances 70
by Ed Bauman) all boat welcome. Uviagatott. Realtor. (ISLANDS PHOTO


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" :ISLANDER Thursday, October ::1'

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Mike's case considerably. In placing an ad in The
ISLANDER a few weeks ago. Mr.Taylor(Klemmers s
Democratic opponent) asked our ad manager to com
from This Corner. pose the ad. and to say something about erosion. He
added that while he didn't know anything about the i
subject he felt "something should have been done
about It ago."
years
by THE EDITOROnly The highly-praised (by the Democrats) primary
system of choosing candidates obviously was out of
order when Mr. Taylor was chosen as a candidateover ,
a fewdays now until time to enter the Isolation a man of the calibre of Malcolm Duggan.In t
booth and do' the bit with the little levers. This year District 5. C. W. Lacy (Republican) is opposedby
even If one Is so Inclined It will not be possible to Bob Hutches(Democrat). Both are good candidates
move Just one lever and vote the entire slate of either but we have chosen Lacy because of his age and
party. The voter will have to take the necessary time broader business experience.
to move the lever of each candidate for whom he wantsto Another Important reason for urging the electionof
vote. two of the Republican candidates for the County s
After meeting and talking with most of the candidates Commission is that the public Is better served bya
and considering their qualifications and attitudes bipartisan board than it would be If all membersof
carefully certain conclusions about the coming the board were of either party.In .
election have been reached. And In just about every District 1. Dick Briggs. who has held the post
case those conclusions favor the Incumbent office since last spring Is opposed by William Traynor. We
holders over their opponents.In believe Briggs. by reason of his experience. Is the
an election such as this year's where Issues are better candidate.
somewhat scarce on the local scene it is difficult for

new and Inexperienced candidates to find points on Again based on their records of performance In the
which to base their campaigns. Especially If they are seek
posts to which they reelection we strongly urge
opposing Incumbents who have performed the dutiesof
our readers to vote for HIRAM STRICKLAND.County
their offices creditably. Ita extremely hard to beat
Tax Assessor; FRANK ARPAIA. Justice of the Peace
those years of experience the incumbent has had. for District 6; BOB BENDER. Board of Public
Therefore The ISLANDER offers some recommendations Instruction. District 2. and MABLE W. DAVIS.
.. --or endorsements--U you prefer.One of Supervisor of Registration.
the most Important matters on the agenda at next
Tuesday's voting Is the reelection of J. HARTLEY
Because of his record as an outstanding Legislator
BLACKBURN as Superintendent of Public Instruction. during his three terms of office and the experienceand l 1bf
Throughout the current campaign efforts have been the bi & M.rf1ffi&Lji&y'V P''s lt.yFrjr AJPikV- *
seniority he has gained In those six years
made to cast Hartley Blackburn in the dual role of Betore-and-atter (remodeling) ?
top candidate for Manatee County Representative In treatment home<
a villain and an Incompetent--neither of which fits Bay Boulevard Anna Maria, of F.
the Florida Legislature is WILBUR BOYD of Pal- R. Bergquist Tl
him at all well. Also the question of candidates' complete remodeling of the home
metto. Boyd has made clear his opposition to any which was carrlt
qualifications has been raised. On this point however form of forced annexation a subject very importantto out by Anna Maria contractor S. N. Rosedale, Is a
the voters can relax--MR. BLACKBURN HAS ALL good example of one of the
residents of Manatee County and the Island. His phases of home improved
THE NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONSI--plus! some ment being urged by the Islandwide
opponent Bob Schultz has given the impression he Beautlflcatior
more. Master's in Education and Adminis-
Degree Is a candidate because he was urged to be, and that Committee, although the work at the Bergquist horn
tration? Mr. Blackburn has itl! It was earned by him
was completed long before the
he does not really want the job. committee started if
at Duke University in 1942--two before he first
..._..ow _' __..4 _.___.____..___. years - I campaign.
w o ttrv.tc y au VM.AJilCIlUCIIl.In
addition Mr. Blackburn has a Florida "Type" In the highly controversial race for County Sheriff Day Of PrayerA The observance will be
The ISLANDER makes recommendation. There is
no
teacher's certificate--the highest issued by the State. gin at 10 a.m., under th.
much to be said In favor of both and
candidates Day of Prayer will be direction
The valid period of the certificate is 1949 to 1970.A of Mrs. Hele
conversely a number of things which could be said observed
on Monday.Nov.
transcript of his record at the University of Florida Ramsey prayer chair
against them. We have neither the space nor the 2. by the women of the
for The
courses taken between 1945 and 1953 shows a man. public is invit
inclination to be an instrument in the defeat of either. Island
Baptist Church.
string of straight "A's" In Elementary Education to attend.iNGiTTACHEDfl.
Administrative Supervision English Psychology and
Economics. Besides all these qualifications Hartley
Blackburn has taken special courses at Florida State
University City College of New York Teachers
College at Columbia University,and Harvard Univer- NO
sity. And for any doubters let us hasten to add that

-M other tlKA/tLC.G.OM credential ANn RXAAAlME.Dj.hecertificatesand_. ... .
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llnteC. < -- f
O .
How does the layman Judge the worth of a school ON:>> NO"ENIElER 3---"C>>TE FOR ::" ,
system? In our own case by results. How does the
youngster who graduates from the local schools fare Mike Klemmer-Bill Lacy-Bill Traynor I
when he or she enters a university or college with no
other preparation BUT THAT ACQUIRED IN THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FOR MANATEE COUNTY COMMISSION
MANATEE COUNTY SCHOOLS? Among the limited
number we know personally we know one who

graduated this "cum laudo.from the U.S.Naval Academy THEY SERVE NO SPECIAL INTERESTS!
year; ono who is near the top of his class at

dozens Vanderbilt who University have graduated as a senior high in engineering their classes major from; THEY MAKE NO DEALS!

the state universities In Florida and
many others who
also And have before done we arc well"dlsquallficd'in other collegiate because institutions.do THEY ANSWER ONLY TO THE PEOPLE!
we not
have "any children in Manatee County Schools," let THEY HAVE YOUR INTERESTS AT HEART!
us add that
at one time we did have but time took
care of the situation and at the moment we do not THEY TAKE NO
have any children in school. We might point out to Mr. ORDERS FROM THE "BACK ROOM"IDISTRICT !
Haag on this point that Mrs. Scott whose
evaluation U 3
of Mr. Blackburn's qualifications he objected,was DISTRICT # 5 DISTRICT # 1
for several years chairman of the board of education
in a Connecticut town nearly as large as Manatee
County. Does that help qualify her?

In the races for the County Commission seats in
three of the county's five districts The ISLANDER'S
choices are KLEMMER. LACY AND BRIGGS. The Ii!
choice of Mike Klemmer is based largely on his eight
yearn of experience In the post plus his record of
supporting a number of progressive movements which 4fJ
1
have helped the county and the Island particularly. "I
Another STRONG point in Mike's favor this year U _
his opponent who in bin campaigning has strengthened ti

The lilanderkr IIWIN "Hill" WILLIAM .111" WILLIAM .111"

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THE ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY

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Thursday. October 29. 1964 TilE ISLANDER Page 3 +
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Island Woman's Curb .

Has First Meeting I Island I 8 to 8 Weekdays j

WEBB'S 8 to 2 Sundays
The Island Woman's Club
recently held its first Pharmacy Phones: 778-1411
meeting of the season at '
the Anna Maria Community WE GIVE J. D. WEBB. Pharmacist Night 778.2075
/

Mrs.House.Raymond :J.Littellof S L ;
Bradenton was guest 5904 Marina Drivel
speaker at the meeting.Her C JM
talk was about the -: ,1 F ti ITHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYONLY ; =
correct usage of parlia- '
mentary procedure in A

business Littell is secretary meetings. of Mrs.the 100 Upjohn Complete Stock CHARM 32 OJ

State Parliamentarians UNICAPS 69 I English Leather I Plastic Bottle 6 9
$1
and was the founder of btuaents at tne Island School who won awards from
the Bradenton chapter of the Island Woman's Club for their entries of bird REG $3.11. Toiletries for MEN CREAM SHAMPOO
the organization.Three books in a contest sponsored by the club. At the
guests Mrs.Max center of the group is Mrs. Mary C. DeMattia of
Cole of Holmes Beach Holmes Beach chairman of the club's Youth Con- ELECTRIC BLANKETSDOUBLE
and Mrs. Irene Billys and servation committee. Pictured students arc: Jimmy i DOUBLE BED-
Mrs. :John Cherry of Anna Bower Temple Hager Fayanne Hayes Joe Hutchinson DOUBLE CONTROL.1 .9 .SINGLE CONTROL .,.,10.95
Maria were introduced.Mrs. Shirley Thobe Rex Huffine James Wuichet Anna
Ora Mishler was Maria Huth Laura Cobb Julie Kaekcl Nelson Miller "
welcomed as a new mem- Patricia Bull. Marion Peters Barbi Schafhausen. e e teot 54"Ironing ;e'ea t o'c
ber of the club and was Jerry Welch.Debbie Holmes Ron Bruce Carol Little. Board 98 C CREG
presented a corsage by Pete Gormley and Christopher Boyd.(Islander Photo) AQUAMARINE PROFESSIONAL
Mrs. Lawrence Colby the MOISTURE LOTION PAD I COVER SET HAIR SPRAY
membership chairman. trict 14 of the Florida The club's board of directors -
Plans were made for a Federation of Women's met last week at $2.20 $1.10 99 cs: 13 o:-S1.50 valat
card party during November Club officers to be heldin the home of Mrs.Schroe-
and the traditional St. Petersburg Oct.30. der of Key Royale.
Christmas tea in Decem- Mrs. Birkman is first Mrs. Erven Ehrke.ways Mustang Electric Kni'$11.99WEBB
ber. Other club events on vice president and Mrs. and means chairman announced -
the calendar are a silent Tann recording secre- that proceeds of
auction in January and a tary. the club's card party on S Home Plate Spev i ]1...
fashion show in February.It Mrs. C. E. McCollumand Nov. 3O, would be donatedto
was voted that the Mrs. Eugene Calkins the Youth Center. HOME MADE PIES-HOME MADE DONUTS \
Woman's Club would lend poured during the social Mrs. Kenneth Tout the
club aid to the; Island hour which followed the conservation chairman SUNDAYS-.WE SERVE BREAKFAST UNTIL CLOSING
Youth Center. HerbertTeel meeting. Mrs. Kenneth told of a tree-planting
,director of the Youth Tout was in charge of ceremony in November
Center will speak to the refreshments and decorations with date and details to be
club in February.Mrs. and was assistedby announced.The RE-ELECT
Ira Mishler club Dr.Jane Carboni,Mrs. next meeting of the
president and Mrs. Albert Mary DeMattia and Mrs. board will be held at the
Birkman and Mrs. Frank Schroeder.Mrs. home of Mrs. Tann 203
George Tann were namedas .Ivan Ihm,reception 77th Street at 10 a.m., WILBUR
delegates to attend the chairman was assistedby Monday Nov. 16, will all _
Fall Tour meeting of Dis- Mrs. Colby. members asked to attend.REELECT .


KLEMMER BOYD t


. Democratic> Cen4i4at. for


y Republican Candidatefor STATEREPRESENTATIVE ; : \


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WILBUR BOYD'S ABSOLUTE OPPOSITION TO ANY

County Commissioner FORM OF FORCED ANNEXATION DEFINITELY WILL

BE CONTINUED I

WILBUR BOYD supported, and helped In the passageof
: / District 3IRWIN the JUST VALUE LAW. This law says the assessors

0 must assess for tax purposes at just value. The Manatee

County Assessor has complied and the tax bill soon to be

"MIKE" KLEMMER mailed will show smaller assessment because to comply,,

.. five percent of assessment was deducted on every home
and building In Manatee County.
I am definitely opposed to any
WILBUR BOYD helped pass the 50 percent reductionon
ANNEXATION without a referundum of
your Intangible tax. This law lowers the rate 25 percentfor

the residents of the areas involved 1963 and by another 331/3 percent for 1964. This

reduction will be reflected In your Intangible tax bill that

I actively supported installation of the will reach you in about 15 days.

effective permeable groin on the Island WILBUR BOYD sponsored and supported the 75.25 Bill.

and am urgently working for continued This law revises state public school financing limits the
county property taxpayers' contribution' to 25 percent, and
development of beach
our makes a fairer tax base. It helps the property taxpayer

preservation program. particularly In o growing county like Manatee. This year

the property tax payers of Manatee County saved well over

I strongly supported the successful $100.000, as a result of' the 75-25 Bill.

removal of tolls from the Island bridges. WILBUR BOYD promises to continue to demand o dot-

tor's value for every dollar spent and will continue to

I .. f.r "...1.,..., ef cesiplete water system fir provide effective leadership, with. responsibility. and
Integrity,, In representing, ALL of Manatee County.A .
...rtte C..I,. I ,.1.. s.ck .,.,.. Is .....tI.1 te sir

ceemtiity .... Its frewtk. I I.. cite lattreittd Is d...1.I ,...' record of' ACCOMPLISHMENT for the people.

.f f t.. ,r.,..." pert .t '1..y feiat. .It ..... stered i 1.dsstry Return WILBUR BOYD to the Florida Legislature!

.. mere mmt. fcttttr |jabs fir ....1.. Cetaty.
fCAMDLCll. Of YOU PARTY
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I have earned the right APPMICIATC' YOU VOTC.'

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rg': e" 4.4.,1. T' "I'F-S'l---A' 'N-D' -F:R.H Thursday October 29, 1.


MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. and Mrs. C.
All About People. . Hegner of Cicero 111...Mr.and Mrs.John G.Schuijof
MR. AND MRS. JOHN L. STEWART of 201-54th Cincinnati...Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Withered]
Street Holmes Beach, are expected to return to their Btlmar N. J...Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mahei
Island home soon, after spending the summer with Cocoa...Mr. and Mrs.C.P.Weaver of Winter Hay
their children at Lake Chautauqua Y.,a'ndat their ROD & REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.Wallace Ut
home in Huntington W. Va. of Vestal N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Wulf
CAPT. GLENN A. BROWN of Columbus, Ga., son Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wulf and son, all of Wood ]Riv
of Col. and Mrs. Sidney G.Brown of 103 79th Street Ill...Mr. and Mrs. Stuart D. Brown of South L\
Holmes Beach, recently completed a six-week pilot Mich...Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick and Mr.and M
transition course at the Army Aviation School, Fort B. J. Fox of St. Petersburg...Mr. and Mrs. A.|
Rucker Ala. During the course. Capt. Brown was Wooley of East Moline Ill...Mr and Mrs.
Instructed in the operation of Army multi-engine Sisoco and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sisoco of Lakela
short take-off and landing aircraft. He Is a 1953 BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. Willi
graduate of the Marion (Ala.) Institute, and receivedhis Selleck of Strongvllle. Ohio.S. .
BA degree from the United States Military Academy W. WHITE SANDS MOTEL:Mr.and Mrs.Norm]
at West Point, N.Y. in 1958. Skeway of Rhlnelander. Wis...Mr. and Mrs. Paul
IIMI/C AND MRS. WINDELL CRAWLEY and their Hart of South Bend. Ind.. and party.
two daughters, Jeannlne and Becky, have been guests TOPAZ MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Swartz
for the past two weeks, of Mrs. Crawleys parents, Oakland Park, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stafford of Guava Street,Holmes Benton of Branford Conn. ..Mr.and Mrs.Earl Aud]
Beach. For the past three years they have been of Maxwell Utah...Mr and Mrs. Paul Thomas
stationed at the naval base at Yokesuka, Japan, and Baltimore.. .Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Borman of Ne(
are en route to Portsmouth Va., where Crawley will Smyrna Beach.
attend a Navy Medical Administration School for a THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL: M
36-week course. Mrs. Crawley is the former Miss and Mrs. W. G. Walters of Clearwater...Mr. ar
Carole Stafford. .j Mrs. Carl F. Baldwin of Anderson. Ind...Mr. an
JOHN OTTLEY of 72nd Street, Holmes Beach was Mrs. H. P. Mills of Fort Meade, and family...Mi
the only winner of a Sweepstakes Award in the and Mrs. J. W. Stookman of Tinley Park. 111..Mi
collectors classification at the recent Hibiscus Showof and Mrs. William Dylewski of Hasbrouck HeightsN.
the Norman Reasoner Chapter of the American J...Mr. and Mrs. C. Dennis of Sarasota...Harr
Hibiscus Society. : Eymor of Prescott, Mich... Roy O. Howell of OcaL
MRS. G. REYNOLDS JONES of North Shore Drive ...R. E. Hutchinson of Lakeland...W. R. McCluskof >
Anna Maria, Saturday afternoon entertained at her Bartow.
home, the members of the Intermediate Girl's HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. A. GJ
Auxiliary of the Island Baptist Church. The girls Kindergarten class at the Island School enjoying lunchIn Mitchell of Clermont...Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Frost oi
spent the afternoon making trick or treat bags and the school cafeteria. Pictures taken from oppositeends Clearwater...Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Misener 0
collecting donations for the children's Halloween of the room. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Buffalo N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. Colborn o
party at Happiness House. Dearborn Heights Mich.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BLEECKER of White MR. AND MRS. GARY LASH of Bradenton Beachare LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. B.G.Green
Avenue, Anna Maria will return home soon from a the parents of a son, Gary Linn Lash II, bornat of Plnellas Park...Mr. and Mrs. Lon Oxford Jr. 0
vacation of several months, spent at their summer Manatee Memorial Hospital on Oct. 17.Mrs.Lashis Bartow...Mr. and Mrs. :J. C. Johnson of Sarasota or
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Woman's ClubEducation Garden Club To Episcopal Women Plan BazaarA ', (
will be high- !. t
lighted on the program of Sponsor Card PartyA meeting of the Epis- white elephant sale Mrs. ... ,,',, t1 ',
the next meeting of the dessert card party copal Churchwomen of the Francis Welsch. plants .",IJ._ j '..'\J.. .
Island Woman's Club to sponsored by the Anna Church of The Annunciation and flowers and Mrs.Ted .t:\,:"' -it.! "" I
be held at the Anna Maria Maria Garden Club will will be held at the Tripp. silver coffee. -" ;...<.ItjJ-:,
Community House at take place at the Anna church at 9 a.m., Thursday Members of the group i
2 p.m.. Wednesday. Nov. Maria Community House Nov. 5, when final have been attending work "
4. Dr. Jane Carbonl. the at 1 p.m., Thursday Nov. plans for the Holly Berry shop sessions each week i IS
club's education chairman 12.Tickets Bazaar will be made. through the summer and
will present the for the party at Mrs. Alan F. S. Mac- fall, to "create new and
program which will cover a donation of$1 each may kenzie will be general lovely articles" to be soldat
three areas of woman's be secured from Mrs. chairman for the group's the bazaar. Membersare
club Interest: Indian affairs Walter Tripp chairmanfor annual Christmas bazaar reminded that the
library services the event. Mrs. Tripp which will take place this workshop sessions are
and scholarships. Work- lives at 514 Bay Blvd..or year at the parish houseon held each Tuesday from
Ing with Dr. Carboni on may be reached by phoneat Friday. Nov. 20. 9 until 2. with all mem- ,
the program is Mrs.Ralph 778-2778. Those who Other chairmen are Mrs. bers invited to take part. q" "' 1
White scholarship chair- plan to attend the party Harold Chapman workshop All Christmas shoppersare Recently installed anti-erosion pier-groin at the
man. are asked to take their ; Mrs. Robert Moses\ requested to mark Manatee County Beach is becoming popular wish both
Guest speaker at the own cards.be food Mrs. Roy Parker. Nov. 20 as a special day. men and women as a fishing pier.(ISLANDER PHOTO)
meeting will be Mrs.
Catherine Ramsey coun- displayed at the meet- I I
ty librarian who will talk ing by Mrs. Mary Del\fat-
about the countywide library tia, chalrmanoftheclub.s
program. youth conservation com-
The prize-winning bird mittee. Twenty of the bird BURNS MEANS BUSINESS
book contest entries will books were winners.

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County Commission-Disr. 1 *

For Bill's Recorded Bid for your vote Nov.3
Coll TRAYNORS HOT LINE BEST QUALIFIED

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Despite his opponent's desperation tactics to try to Inject elimination of CROSS WASTE and EXTRAVAGANCE in t
misleading personal attacks and HALF TRUTHS Into the your Sheriffs office. ROY HADEN IH running on his
campaign for Sheriff. ROY BADEN chooses present his MERIT\ in the PRESENT and for the FUTURE: not in the Scase
to YOU. the voters on the basis of EXPERIENCE PAST nor on the basis of his opponent"M record background -
QUALIFICATIONS and EFFICIENCY and ECONOMY-- personal faults or past mistakes.




This is 1964 ( not 1958)) and here's what the editorof


THE BRADENTON HERALD says about ROY BADEN

Roy F.

and the 1964 SHERIFF'S race



BADENDemocratic

And For Sheriff: Experience





Democrats have a choice between Mr. Baden asked for a grand Jury his record during 17 years In office.
three men In deciding on a nominee Investigation and for the state Senate Certainly It mu.t tx said that of all
for sheriff in next Tuesday's primary. hearing, to which he was legally candidates for sheriff, he Is the most Candidate for
Each of the three has some law entitled. For some reason, neither experienced In the office Itself lie ran
enforcement experience; two have ever came about. the sheriffs department he ran It
experience Inthesherlff department Thus no formal charges ever were economically, and he ran It In such a ManateeCounty
itself. made against him.no public or official way that the public can Judge for Itself
One. of course has the most applicable hearing was ever held nothing was whether he was effective and a proper
experience of all--holding the ever proved in support of his auapenm for the job.
Job for 17 years sion. On the basts of experience and ability
But that candidate Roy F. Baden, To be fair about It. then the public then. The Herald believes Roy Baden
Is the most controversial of all.since should honor the doctrine that a man Is the best qualified of the candidates
he was suspended from the post by then must be presumed Innocent until seeking the emocrtlc nomination fur Sheriff.
Governor LeRoy Collins after a series proved guilty. sheriff and recommends his nom In..
of State Beverage Department raids The question of Roy Baden's qu.1llUIlion In Tuesday's primary.
purportedly found considerable bootlegging cations for the post he seek, mother (Reprinted from the Kdltorlal I'ageiA
and boltta operationhere. word, ought to be decided solely upon The Brad -nfon Herald! of May3.' IV6-4)

"Everybody's Sheriff"ROY
BADEN will appreciate YOUR support and YOUR voce
on NOVKMHER 3rd.

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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. October 29. 1954


Roser Youth Canpoat St. Bernard Ho:st To Deaneryread Special Communion For Is Your Property Assessed

Mem ers of the Senior St. Bernard Youth
Youth Fellowship of Roser Members of St. Bernard two-minute reportsof
Memorial Community Guild will be hostesses to their projects for the Teenagers of St. Bernard Fairly In Relation To Other
Church will leave Sunday the fall meeting of the coming season. Luncheonwill Church will receive Holy
afternoon for an overnight Southwest Coast Deaneryon be served at 1 p.m. Communion in a body at Properties In This County?
campout. The group will Wednesday Nov.4.The The Rev. Henry J. Myron 8 p.m. Mass on Sunday
leave the church at 2 p.m. deanery is an affiliate of pastor of the Blessed Nov. 1.After. In Your Heart You KnowIt's
and return late Monday the National Council of Sacrament Church of the service they
afternoon. They will campon Catholic Women.Manyguests Clermont will speak. will be served breakfastat
an Island in Sarasota are expected All the Catholic clergyof the Annie Silver Com- Not Right.
Bay.A at the meeting as the the area and officersof munity Hall by membersof
special program has group includes 11 church the deanery are expected St. Ann Circle of the Vole For
been planned for Sunday organizations at Longboat to attend. Mrs. James St. Bernard Guild. Mrs. -- __ ---
evening which will include Key Siesta Key Palmetto L a c her of Bradenton Stanley Routh will be the ALTER
the presentation of Englewood Sarasota president of the St. Au- chairman for the break- .
membership cards and a Port Charlotte the Island gustine Diocesan Councilof fast. _' ) O
mock outdoor political Ruskin Venice Bradenton Catholic Women will Speaker at the breakfastwill _
rally. Selected membersof and Warm Mineral be among the guests. be the Rev. Cornelius BARTELSRepublican
the group representingthe Springs.The Three chairmen have Daugherty pastor of St.
two presidential and day will start with been appointed. They are Joseph Church of Bradenton. -
vice presidential candidates Mass followed by Benediction Mrs. Philip Hauenstein .
will engage in a of the Most hospitality; Mrs. Frank CandidateFor
debate after which the Blessed Sacrament at the Mayers table and flower them. Deadline for reser-
young people will engagein St. Bernard Church. After arrangements and Mrs. vations is Friday Oct.30. I_
their own election for Mass guests will registerat Angelo Minichello reser- Reservations may be obtained -
president and vice presi- the church and then go vations. Other membersof by calling Mrs. Tax Assessorrd.
dent. to the Holmes Beach Yacht I the guild will assist Minichello at 778-1642.) Political A Jv.f ttk.mnl
Members also will dig Club where breakfast will
clams in preparation for be served followed by a
their seafood dinner business meeting at 1O:30 Ken ClearyHas
which will be served on at which chairmen will

Saturday Dec. 5. Pro- had 15 years' experience as a successful practicing attorney.Is .
ceeds of the dinner will baskets for needy fam- admitted to practice in all Florida Courts United States District
be used for ChrIstmas ilies.William Courts and the United States Supreme Court.
Was the attorney for Manatee County Commission for three years.Is .
a member of the Bradenton First Church of God. He served with
the U. S. Marine Corps for 49 months during World War II. .. ___ ;
Is a member of the Bradenton Lions Club and Manatee LodgeNo.
31, F&AM.

THE FLORIDA CODE OF JUDICIAL ETHICS REQUIRES A JUDGE:
TO BE TEMPERATE.TO .
BE CONSIDERATE.TO .
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COOPERATE WITH OTHER JUDGES.
Kenneth W. Cleary believes in, and will adhere to this Code--he is
WELL-QUALIFIED AND CONSCIENTIOUS!


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w KENNETH W. CLEARYCOUNTY

H. Garland REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for

.JUDGE and JUVENILE
Democratic Condufot farJUSTICE.OF .JUDGE

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1' JUDGE OF SMALL AND CLAIMS COURT BETTER LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR LESS MONEY

DISTRICT SIX
Paid Political Advertisement 1963-64 TAXES COLLECTED $6,187,528 1959-60 TAXES COLLECTED $3,490,182

SHERIFF GROSS BUDGET $290,750 OPPONENT'S BUDGET $192,150

4.69 CENTS OF EACH TAX DOLLAR 5.5 CENTS OF EACH TAX DOLLAR

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REAL ECONOMY!
It'H a REAL TRIBUTE to SHERIFF KEN GROSS that today he Is providing the citizens
'' of our county with IMPROVED LAW ENFORCEMENT at a CHEAPER RATE to each
GOVERNMENTCan of you than you were! paying five years aRo. Today each individual taxpayer Is paying
slightly less than 4.7 CENTS out of each tax dollar for his law enforcement. Yet five years
i ago under our opponent's administration,each taxpayer was paying 5.5 CENTS out of each
BtAccomplished tax dollar and getting MUCH LESS for his money. For example if you paid $100 taxes this
year. $4.7O of that went to the Sheriffs
Department. Dy the same token. If five years ago
you paid $100 taxes. $5.5O of that went to the sheriff. That means that using the $100
figure today you are paying 80 CENTS LESS for law enforcement.
To back up that statement here are the facts and figures:
In 1963-64 the total taxes collected In the county amounted to $6.187.528 and Sheriff
Cross budget was $29O.75O. That comes out to 4.69 cents out of every tax dollar for law
enforcement.In .

DICK IJRICGS record proves that economy In 1959-6O. the total taxes collected In the county amounted to $J. 90,182 and the
government Is possible without sacrificing progress enforcement.As opponent s budget. was 192150. That comes out to 5.5 cents out of every tax dollar for law
or services. During the period Dick Drlggs
has served as your County Commissioner your;ad, the amount of total taxes collected clearly shows the population of the county has
valorem tax rate was REDUCED ONE FULL MILL INCREASED TREMENDOUSLY IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS. Because of this growth, the
representing a savings of crime rate has naturally; Increased which means that there Is more law enforcement workto
approximately$25O.OOO
of your tax fundal With your vote and support. Dick be done. today. It also means that there arc more people and more property that must beprotC'CtN.
Uriggs will continue to work for the elimination of
frills In your county Rovernm..ntlVOTE You're getting MORE and BETTER protection today for your money than EVER before
in the history of our county. Just look at the FIGURES'


LET YOUR CONSCIENCE BE YOUR GUIDEREELECT

FOR AND SUPPORT




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I f Everything 'Burns9 On Island 0

I 1. Candidate Roy Baden An enthusiastic group of J
greets Mayor
150 to 200 Island
.7 : w Haydon Burns during the latter s visitto voters
including a number of
: Friday.Manatee County and the Island last Republicans gathered at

the Holmes Beach Yacht

Club Friday morning to
2. Ellen Marshall, chairman for the
meet Mayor and Mrs.
i l.i coffee at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club
\ Haydon Burns.Apparently .
Friday morning is pictured with well briefed 4
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Mayor Burns.
b about his audience the
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4 y+' candidate in a brief talk,
made a definite appeal to

I Republican voters.Accompanying .

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t and Mrs. Burns to the
Island were a number of
the State and County Democratic 1

party officials, as
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Democratic candidates.

pr, Ellen Marshall of Anna <
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Maria was chairman of {

I//I 4y the committee the coffee.which arranged j

Assisting In greeting the
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( Hoffman Mrs.J. D. Webb !
: Y Mrs. J. Hartley Blackburn -
Mrs. F. B. Shell,
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Mrs. Dick Briggs. Mrs.
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Bruce Cox and Mrs.' Glenn

Livingston. \
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Mrs. Hollle Ellis, Mr. and
b Mrs. Ivan Ihm Mr. and
4. l Mrs. J. Garrison,Jack
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.1 Mrs. J. L'. Holmes Sr.,
.1ti Reuben Sneeden and Mrs.

d Pat Flanagan.
3. Host Pete Reynard of the Holmes Beach Yacht Club talks After leaving. the Inland
with Mayor Burns about the campaign and related matters. Mayor and Mrs. Burns

appeared at a number of
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4. Mayor Burns thanks ISLANDER co-editor for paper's other meetings In Manatee -
article about his visit to the Island. (ISLANDER PHOTOS by andSarasota Counties.At .
Bill Stewart) the conclusion of a

.. talk In Bradcnton, Burn
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In the general election am the nominee. without opposition. ..*.. y.* mm 4 v..r eMl-
Democratic Congressional from his own party. We believe he has earned the right. to 4,.. .. w._&.* .1 !&.
another term and deserves re-election. <;....? Vfc. ..l ....,... A
Delegation Unanimously Endorses ''U.'..* f...IW..l .1 W.._
lie deserves It for the record of efficiency and fair !.. C-.ljr, N .7.....!
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years of the office' modern hlntory.. ..4 r..,.ci. 11.. f*."l. .
members of Democratic Congressional' Delegation .......If .I..1.... kill
from Florida are proud of the outstanding lie deserves It ait well comparison. with the alternative _.". y.s _hAt .I11...
a candidate who has offered nothing constructive In the way I.4gj..1. .1...,. ....I.1 .-
performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President of proposed change, and apparently seeks the office i.. a............ .........
of the United States, They commend him to primarily on the hope of capitalizing upon the opposition< Ie S ,..,...''1161&.. el

you as a stable, efficient administrator and as acquired by any tax aaeor--eapcclallyone who trie. to do su..ip..e. .

a proven friend with an understanding of the the job fairly I and hCJn.e.. II!)'. VOTE FORRAYMOND

Programs which vitally affect Florida's' economyritcIPi1v1f7iliMsIIlis We believe the county can beat continue on It* path out of M.

the tax wilderness by the re-election of Hiram Stricklanda
Florida Needs President Johnson tax assessor November J. TURNERDISTAICT


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High Twelve Club Fire Department Halloween DanceThe

Members of the Island Anna Maria Volun- center, which was built A Good .Judicial Office
High Twelve Club and teer Fire Department will with the help of the cities
their wives will attend a sponsor a Halloween Cos- served by the volunteers.
luncheon meeting of the tume Dance to be held at Everyone is urged to Is Measured By
St. Petersburg Downtown the fire station on Gulf wear costumes,which are
High Twelve Club at noon. Drive on Friday evening, to be judged at 10 p.m.by
Thursday Oct. 29. The Oct. 30.Music. Mayor Elmer G. Twist of The Qualifications AridExplrlrC
meeting will be held at will be furnishedby Holmes Beach, Mayor H.
the Gold Room of the the popular Finney G. Meyer of Anna Maria 01
Driftwood Cafeteria at Brothers' combo, which and Wyatt Blassingame of !
Rt. 19 and First Ave. will Include a vocalist Imported Anna Maria. Prizes will
South. Most of the group for the gala event. be awarded for the most The* Presiding dodge.
will make the trip on the This dance will mark the original, the funniest,and
ADMIRAL and plan to formal opening of the de- the most "Halloweenlsh"
leave Cortez at 9 a.m. partment's new training costumes.
The Rev. Lester M.Utz Tickets for the dance, RETAIN
pastor of Gloria Dei Lutheran when he will conduct a at a donation of $2 per
Church will be the service in memory of the couple are available now
speaker at the club meet- "departed members" of from any member of the A
ing on Thursday Nov. 5, the club. department.
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER

DISTRICT M05
Will STRIVE FOR:
HE-ELECT
INDUSTRYECONOMYCOOPERATIONHUTCHES

BELIEVES-- FRANK V. ARPAIAYour

MANATEE COUNTY should take every possible step to
obtain new Industry. Taxpayers' money should be spent JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District 6
wisely. The County should strive to co-operate with all
municipalities in order to achieve greater unity. (REPUBLICAN)
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strongly supported medical assistance to Florida's Y"" ,
senior citizens through the KERR-MILLS BILL. ,;
which covers both hospital and doctor bills. It
protects those who have the need and is financedby
our states with Federal support.

Medicare the other proposal, offers only limited
hospitalization. financed by an increase in Social
Security taxes. It covers all senior citizens richor
poor but it does not cover doctor bills.

Florida's entire delegation in Congress voted for. BLACKBURN BACKGROUND
the Kerr-h. 's approach. Our state legislature ap.
proved it for a two.year trial period as did 36 r First Florida superintendent to Hold Rank 1 certificate.' .
states and territories.
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CONTINUE '. IN PROTECTING State University Columbia University and Harvard.

OUR SENIOR CITIZENS . RE-ELECT V 12 years experience as classroom teacher and Principal.
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October 29, 1964 THE ISLANDER Page 9wliegLeagues

LANDBOWL.LEAGUE LEAGUE STANDINGS Next Week's ScheduleIs.
'U- In Island Bowling League Bayou Marina 21 Bank Bayou Marina
action Monday evening Tropical Vista 21 Roser M.C. Bay Area Ins.
two of the three teams GraYs Econowash 20 VanOstenb'ge Is.Phar.
_. :;; -=.:.. tied for first place were Island Marine Supply 19 Island Mar. Pete Reynard
... tied in their match and VanOstcnbridge 18 ISLANDER Schuchard
the third dropped all four Schuchard Plumbing 16 Econowash Tropical Vis.
LAND MIXED LEAGUE w points to drop to fourth Bay Area Insurance 12 .
nna Maria City PIerst place in the standings. Roser Men's Club 10 TOP 20 AVERAGESAs
only one point of its Island Bank won all four Island Bank 10 ( of Oct. 20)
st place lead in the points from Island Marine Island Pharmacy 8.5: B. Guild 188
|land Mixed League last Supply with high scores ISLANDER 7 T. Edwards 185
>ek, despite losing all Frank Davidson. 187514for Pete Reynard's 5.5: B. Arkebauer 180
ur points in its matchith the winners and Andy A. Schumaker 179A.
[ Island Trader. High Rasmussen. 232-592 for Rasmussen 179A.
:ores in the match wereb the losers. King 179
Reinel. 192-563. fore Tropical Vista and Bayou TOP TEN GAMESA. H. Holmes 174
\ winners and Earl Island Mixed Bowling League team representing wound up In a 2-2 tie, with Rasmussen 232G. Gary Wagner 173
rter. 199. Lefty Miller Connick's TV. one of the three teams now tied for high scores Ben Conlon Dykstra 226B. G. Dykstra 173F.
12. for the losers. second place in the league standings. L to R: Dick 211-527 for Tropical Vis- Adair 224 Moc 172J.
Other scores were: Dick & June Connlck. Grace Alderton and Jim Anderson. ta, and Gary Wagner.212- Gary Wagner 212 Eddowes 172
agner Realty 4. B & K (ISLANDER PHOTO) 538 for Bayou Marina.VanOstenbridge B. Conlon 211 H. Nlcslobcdskl 171
ardware O. (Bud Hottan. - -
Builders G. Dykstra 208C. A. VanOstenbrldgc 170L.
172-472; Lloyd Han- HIGH GAMES (WOMEN) E. Schmidt 189 4. Bay Area Insurance Bower 204F. Hanson 169R.
>n. 177-464). J. LoCicero 188 B. Reinel. 189 0. (George Dykstra. 226- Smalley 202B. Hayncs 168
[sland Marine Supply 3. L. Flanagan 176J. 591; Art Schumaker. DeVanc 199J. L. Stafford 168B.
nen Rental Service 1. Connick 171 HIGH SERIES (MEN) 506). Holmes 191E. Adair 168
o LoCicero 188-470 W. Miller 168 B. Reinel 563R. Gray's Econowash, Schmidt 191 G. Moss 166B.
)uise Flanagan. 176. Pat W. Miller 167P. Schuchard 535E. Pete Reynard's Restau- Thlbodcau 166J.
anagan. 480). Geyer 166P. Schmidt 529J. rant O. (Frank Smalley. TOP TEN SERIESA. Wulchct 164
:huchard Plumbing 3, Chapman 165 Elrod 517 202-550; Earl Carter Rasmussen 592 .
and Furniture Center 1. B. Schmidt 162J. D. Connick 516L. 175. K. P. Smith 431)). G. Dykstra :591B. BOWLING BRIEFS
[ay Schuchard. 199-535; Safford 159P. Miller 512 Schuchard Plumbing 3, Adair :556 Team captains are reminded -
>y Ferguson. 165-487). Geyer. 159 F. Davidson 498 Island Pharmacy 1. (Bob F. Smalley :SSO that It is their
>and Bar 3. Webb's Is- E. Carter 492A. Adair 224-556: ; Bill Thi- E. Schmidt :542 responsibility to see that
id Pharmacy 1. (Ernie HIGH SERIES (WOMEN) Rasmussen 489 bodeau. 187-457)). W. Gray :541 the score sheet are
midt. 206-529; Frank W. Miller 484J. R. Ferguson. 487 The ISLANDER 2. Roser Gary Wagner :538B. added up before they are
ividson. 168-498)). LoCicero 470 Men's Club 2. (Howard Conlon :527 turned In. and the high
iayou Marina 3. Con- P. Geyer 441 TOP AVERAGES (MEN) Merritt 163. Pat Flana- R. Haynes 52O: game and high aeries In-
:krs TV 1. (Pat Geyer. L. Flanagan 431 B. Guild (9 games) 183 gan. 442; Bob DcVane F. Davidson 514 dicated. This will save a
f6. Glenn Safford. 166- D. Davidson 426J. A. Rasmussen 173 199-483). lot of time on Tuesday.
3). Safford 420 L. Miller 173 .
K. Ferguson 416 C. Chapman 167
(LEAGUE STANDINGSM. D. Bower 407 E. Schmidt 166 DRIFTWOOD
.City Pier 21nnick. P. Hottman 406B. D. Connick 166 GALLERIES HAYDEN STONE
's TV 18 Schmidt 399 R. Ferguson 164 !Ii INCONPONATOTABLISNO. ,..*
ck Wagner Realty 18 .. # F. Moc 162 Interfiling, Unusual MMIINW VOMK' TOCK KMCMANOC
land Marine Supply 18 HIGH GAMES (MEN) H. Meyer 161 A Treasured
nen Rental 17 E. Schmidt 206R. R. Schuchard 160 AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPAL EXCHANGES
nd Bar 17 Schuchard 199E. CREATIONS
land Pharmacy 16 Carter 199 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE NANDCRAFTS
MACEL! J. HINKLE C. C. CARTER RAY P. DUPLER
land Trader 16 D. Connick 196B. City Pier Dick WagnerIs. CARVINGS ft SCUIPTURC JACK POLLOCK OTTO W. SPAHR AUDREY RAUCH

|ayou Marina IS: Reinel 192A. Pharmacy Is. Marine ... ... *'. .t/f.r.., n ..u *.!. ymar PRANK PERKINS GEORGE R. WILSON'
:huchard Plumbing 13 Rasmussen 191J. B &K Hdware. Schuchard ...... Lund! .. tr_...*..
& K Hardware 12 Elrod 189E. Sand Bar Connick'B TV Certu M. & 60th St.
(land Furniture Ctr. 11 Carter 189 Island Trader Is. Furn. Cortez PlazaTelephone 7 A7.1811


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IJlfZ' RIB LAMB CHOPS!! >> --Lb. 99C
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Paste 10 TiE ISLANDER Thursday October 29. 1.964
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a harder task however, in explaining the continent's

CHURCHESST. LEGAL NOTICEA S'iwe', ee11s Gl1dCockLe change to a land of perpetual ice." Aren't we

fortunate to be even an infinitesimal part of this great
BERNARD MISSION report by the 1964-1963 Board of
Evaluation of the City of Anna Maria wonderful world?
(CATHOLIC) Florida will be read at the regular helLs
meeting of the Board of Commissioners -
...
R. Francis F. Welsmillet
to be held at 7i3O p.m., Monday As the summer months come to an end, the Islandis
MASS SUNDAY 8 & 10 am Nov. 2, 1964. at the Anna Marla s1iDion' does our garden grow? blooming (spelled with an "1"). The hibiscus are
WEEKDAYS: 8 am Community House. Members of this
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm Board of Evaluation are Mayor Harvey Gardening on Anna Maria Island Is a real challenge I more dazzling than ever. Roses seem to be puttingout

WEDNESDAYS ROSARY & BENEDICTION 7.30 pm Moses C. Meyer., Frances Vice Livingston Mayor Robert and Gertrude R.- In fact, gardening in a semi-tropical climate after their greatest flush of bloom, which reminds me

Blasslngame real estate spending years with the four seasons is an excitingnew that the Island Bank last Monday morning was trulya

Harv.y Memorial ChurchNonD.nominatlonal brokers. Frances V. Maxon hobby.In "garden of roses". Two large milk glass compoteswere

( ) City Clerk October when our Northern friends are putting on the writing desks--one filled with mixed

R.Brad.nton.... A. W. Beach Sim mm UNCLASSIFIEDadvance their gardens to bed for the winter, we fortunate ones roses, and one with large pale pink half-opened buds.
SUNDAY on the Island are planting annuals for winter bloom. On the president's desk was a bouquet of yellow

9>3O am Sunday School payment required New seeds and small plants are available now in the eclipse. Bud vases, with roses in varied hues, were
8 lines--$1.11050t minimum garden supply stores. on all the other desks and along the cashier's counter.

Christian A. M. Community Science- Service H.wse on FOR 73th SALEt St.. 1000.Bayfrunt Beautiful:5eawau corner LOt Some Islanders are very successful with the seedsof How nice the Brewers are to share their hobby withus.

Lot. 76th Palm Dr.. Docking ft. bells of Ireland and delphinium. The latter must .
SUNDAY! Beach Privileges. $3.300. Four Lots have of and be - -
must
a period refrigeration, they
9iOO am Sunday Service close to Anna Maria stores 32 x 145.
91.63O ea. Mahar Realty 77th ft. Gulf planted now for April bloom. Calendulas marigolds, Easter lilies will grow in our sandy soil with littleor

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Drive.TO ALL HolmgB FUNl. Mr).ch.(.KANLWAKS..NI Call 778-11 V>. snapdragons, petunias and alyssum will all do well no effort. In a bed enriched with manure and

Rev. Lee RalltM. Pastor and PARENTS Would you like to give from seed. compost, they frequently will grow to a height of six

FRIDAYS 3lOO pm Jr. GA the Christmas children present dear to which you a would wonderful mean I like to sprinkle some chlordane on the seeds to feet! If you plant bulbs weekly until November surely

7I3O pm Deacons* Meeting much to them for many years?CHILD- prevent ants from carrying them away, and some some will be in bloom on Easter Sunday. The size of

SUNDAY 8I3O am Sunday School *CRAPT'/". Please and WORLD call' 771-2J41.BOOK' are such rootone (a hormone powder) to prevent the "dampingoff" the bloom can be increased by feeding with liquid

lOlOO am Worship Service LOTS FOR SALE; V3: ft. on C4HAI as the new plants come through the soil. Read fertilizer once a month after the leaves are showing.

6130 5t3O pm pm Chapel Deacons Choir* Ordination & priced 72nd St.for-94.0OO quick; sales Bimini Gulf Bay Front Lots recently, and I can't remember where, that you won't These bulbs can be left in the ground from year to

Worship Service $10OOO 77th St. Canal S4.OOO; 73th have root knot from nematodes if you grow marigoldsin year and taken up only when division is necessary.Like .
7130 pm Youth Fellowship St. Canal. (3.3OO 73rd St.. 3000. the soil. These annuals reseed themselves and of bulbous
MONDAY IN. B. PROTHERO. Reg. Real Estate are so many our plants, they are prac-
lOsOO am WUU Day of Pray.r Broker. 116-81st Street 778-2334. so little trouble that I can't think of an easier way to tically free from insects and disease.
TUESDAY WANTED TO BUYt All U. S. Co Ins.
be rid of these which ruin annual
7tOO pm Church Choir Gold Currency or Foreign Coins of pests so many
WEDNESDAY any Country or old Medals Tokens, plantings.In Experience is what many of us get when we are
4tOO pm Intermediate GA etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar 24O3
7lOO pm RA, CA, Sunbeams 14th St. W.. nradenton. Ph.747-2316. looking for something else. Anon.
7lOO pm Pray.r Meeting & FOR QUICK SALiL t KliAiUlNAUL-t. an old National Geographic magazine I read a

Church Business Meeting Luxurious Home 2-BR Like Gold New.Medallion Central Wal.rFronl Heat fascinating article about Antarctica. I had always See you next week,

R..... Memorial) ChurchNonDenewlnatlonol ft Air Conditioning. Boatdock. large thought of this continent as one of ice and snow. --GINNIEHE

( I) screened. lifter porch V3O patio.. Phone 778H18. Imagine my amazement when I read: ". . pine,
p.m.ADVERTISING
..... Richerd K. Wieeine SPECIAL 1UJ Pens, laurel and FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINIn
>< swamp palm, fig, beech sequoia huge
Pester Calendars, Matches, Thermometers Roeientic. Provincial French At..phor.Ilr .
fern thrived here. Shale bears Imprints of leaves
THURSDAY etc. Complete line of Christmas Gifts.
3iOO pm Baser Choristers Including Strawberry>> Preserves.Jama. like those of the araucaria a tall majestic evergreenthat (ftfRuttrrlmrNORTU !
4lOO pm Cantus Choir .Jellies. Cheeses, etc. CallJ.
in Brazil Chili and the South Sea
7i3O pm Senior Choir G.McDonald at 7781198. No Obi Ig grows today ,
SUNDAY flan SWEbISJI Free ..rtm.r... Islands. Field geologists can read the story ofAntarctica's END OF LONGBOAT KEY
9100 am Worship ServicelOtOO MA55AC :s oiuria bnridtensen ..
verdant wherever wind Laackeoa at 12-Oi er at 6 p.sa.
am Sunday School R.M.. 233-83th St., Holmes age sweeps a
lOiOOam Fellowship Hour -Desch, fly *ptf>tnrm.nl--778.229.| mountain flank or valley free of snow. . Theyface Closed "' s-Sarasota 3882805Perfect
11115 I am Worship Service
FOR SALE.1 14 It. L/uHlln w/ounp
I2lt5 pm Fellowship. Hour Mercury Elec. Starting ft Trailer.
2tOO pm Sr. Youth Camp Out Leaving State--Must sell--$473. It's
UONDAYl ftt."IY> l'7 S,. Call 7711-104' all round
9l3Oam Deaconess Meeting at YEAR AROUNii PROPtHTY;:; MAIN- YIELD drying I weather year I I !
110.... of Mrs. Allen Crawford TENANCEl MOWING. TRIMMING
lOlOO am Croup 5 at Home of EDGING. FLOORS CLEANED POLISIIBO. -
Mrs. Harry Karr7lOO WINDOWS WASHED ft OILED. RII1N'rtINF'
pm Hoy Scout Troop 7 PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.plus
TUESDAY REASONABLE RATES--References. '
9i3O am Group 4, Mrs. Glenn KEN FELLOWS. PHONE 778-2194 I I
Morgan's Home '
6l3O pm Couple's Club d'g.r-: P..PlMt.J?"8VhTMH-
CAREFUL DRIVER with Chauffeur s
WEDNESDAY License and Insurance-Will Drive
7l3O pm Church Council Meeting You or Your Car Anywhere--Anytime.RyssonsMe YIELD TO THE RIGHT WAY...
**'*'.. Phone 778-13OO.
Church. of The Annunciation ISLANDER PHOTOSt I As e service to INSURE WITH A.
(Episcopal) our readers, we can offer a Sal MUTUAL AGENT
enlargement of any picture appearing
n... Gerald K. Uow, Hector laJTlia ISLANDER for cwilv 11.i5a.ch-
( THURSDAY Sine ITtt. Mwt.*J Ace:b tae vvea.
too. sMjMOAif em Mely Cuehevtst toad advice sad.....L MlSlUSa: MtseAKtft4 .M
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.lOO am Holy Eucharist For the Holmes Beach .IMMC.MC)weds off tttoitWMfcer p.Mc.t aidm1. FLOWING HEAT DRYERPampers I /
10530.0 I Family Eucharist & pJMMMflj protectie= tar tfw seed

MONDAY Sermon. Church(Commemoration School of All Police, Call 746-7121 III MI kwfcvtdesl or a buwMn rfMiutiM.tfcey .
Souls} believe Mvtosf ....... h DM rift*
7 & 9 am Requiem Celebrations my te complete. rotsctioii .CMM! .too.Before .
of the Holy Eucharist Shell Fuel Oil yw laser your car.ttamt. or tmiMM. -

L.*....... lelewte Chapel call this agency' tar orotsctfcM .toMwtval
.. IIdM. UateMy. ... of U* lop.
(Ha. Ds> *.Mifa>tla. .l) PHONE 743-0691
FRIDAYS camp_.to AMerica.JOHN Your Clothes!

lOlOO ... Prayer GroupS DELIVERY ON ISLAND r
BATUHDAYillO
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SUN DAY
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II:M am Worship Service 6 Please Place Order breeze. ,
Sermomi "Jesus, Myth off Man** -
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screenon i
Gloria Del' Evangelical' by 5p.m. Thursday the door.Porcelain.

Lutheran Church 5500 Marina Dr. N Enamel Is j

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rISLAND REAL ESTATE I



VOTE NOV. 3' Are You Looking?

George Wagner REALTYISLAND r- 4- '1

SHOPPING CENTER k1 L L- -rd
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIAc.
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Good Gulf ViewTwo
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BtdrooM Hont-AIr Conditioned

Thtrnostatically Controlled H..,

JACK HOLMES, Realtor All Electric Kitchtn-Carport & Utility Room

6101 MARINA DRIVE PHONE 778-1648 Only $12,5OO-Furnished 4 KiTLHi 1

HOLMES BEACH FLORIDAHome
Home at 109 Shell Drive. Holmes Beach recently
Holmes Beach Motel Site purchased by Mr. and Mra. Drew II. Croft of Dade
City from the Estate of Dorothy Holden. John B.
CLOSE TO GULF AND SHOPPING CENTER Prothero of 116-81st Street was the broker In the
With FireplaceThree OWNER NEEDS CASH transaction. Mr. and Mrs. Croft plan to use the

WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK SALE property as a vacation home. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
or Four Bedroom 1-1/2 Bath Home
with Fireplace and Garage. All Completely
Redecorated. Electric Kitchen. Central 011 JOHN B. PROTHERO '
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Heat. Large Lot. ONLY $17.OOO.with as littleas Registered Real Estate Broker-Sales I Rentals ,.,. ,t i. 1'
S1.5OO Down and NO CLOSING COSTSI! rT .... \ ::,f -
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116-81st ST. 778-2554 Holmes Beach )- .
Canal Front Home a. ,"
NEW TWO-BEDROOM TWO-BATH Canal "'T
Front Home with Garage--Priced 15800.
Going to Build -.
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Small Down Payment : l

Three-Bedroom 1-1/2 Bath Home w/Canal ?=5*. Off Island Owner really wants to ,OF_ I1.aN
Rights. Only S15.5OO--S1.50O Down and NO
CLOSING COSTS. ., sell this .beautiful sea-walled lot which
V inclvdes boat slip and deep well.

Easy Terms Magnificent view off Sarasota la,.
NICE HOME with THREE BEDROOMS&TWO
FULL BATHS. BOAT DOCK.$15.000--$4.500 ,,,,iif IxcolUat Terms. .
Down--Easy Terms. --
ON THE GULF .
Bayfront Lot .
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WAGNER, Realty y;

ERTRUDE BLASSINGAME, REALTOR _
Phone 778-2663
UIHA BUILDING PHONE 77TOT
2217 GULF DRIVE. BRADENTON BEACH %r .4.4J;' ANNA MARIA FLORIDA lU.J1l- :-'


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LflRCHIIlOflT L ICOBPOBflTIOfl f T THREE GOOD BUYS: New waterfront home (top) of Lt. Col. and Mr..
Walter P. Jenkins at 241 Chllaon Avenue Anna
A R-CONDITIONED Maria. Col. Jenkins retired from the Air Force last
74 ?e..J 9. 2 BR. 2 OATH.BRAND
year and the family recently moved from Sarasota
.J_ NEW CANAL FRONT to the laland to make their permanent home here.
Presents _ CBS ONLY $13.6501: : - -
Excellent Terms. New home (lower) at 611 Ambaaaador Lane. Key
Royale. built for Col. and Mra. M. C. Bowers by the
Th s 2 OR Cottage near the Richmond Conatruction Co. Key Royale Home, Inc.
Gulf and atores.ONLY arranged the tranaactloru Col. Bower retired from
+ 4t $8.000. INCLUDING the Army a few month. ago. (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
EXTRA LOTIBeautiful !
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for only S6.5OO. Lot ,L.." HOME BARGAIN

Owner muat leave area and ha. knocked the,
GULF DRIVECO.O Call Ralph Parrishor bottom out of the price of thla two-bedroom home
CMATIVC: Peggy MoorePwrisb
AMTMCNTS A..M.... Note These Features
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Look -llke-new condition.
HOLMES BEACH P.O.PI/....Aw.1.*..,1.(

ANNA A4AIIA ISLAND 778-1902, 778-2171 Brand new roof

Central Heat fc Air Conditioning.

WORLD'SFAIR Klngalzed Screened Living Porch w/ a view.

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

HOUSE Two beautifully landscaped loa.

And other Model flomea Top Residential Section In Holmes Beach.
FEATURING
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OPEN DAILY Just 400 feet to ero.lon-fre. Gulf Beach

......PIe...a.u..... ..... .......CI.1....M-... t1..wt taw A1Ci..M..Dlrwa. AT KEY Homeateaded Ta... Only 9108.
..a 1'PO.\ ....A..w c".c-. :....... center::: Ar c rr..a.J c... rs.
......----u--. 4 ...... .......&owt..Naw 4 A..rrt......hewna .k." .. ROYALEWEEK Appraised at more than I5.OOO..
L.-..Mart- .ca..... r...A..r..1...'n..e..w T__F'"n M..at.
_-.. r-....r..w, c...-. A,u- -r a.a1E1.TV A.pa .-- For Just $12,500
DAYS Yours
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CMr .ev a TT.M, O.i1r
t>.... .P.A/r A-..P- ....-. ...._ ........... ..a a..... 10to5SUNDAYS
.. _.. -... ..... ni..1...L..ta $3,500 Cash -
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1 to .5ow.x Balance $100 Per Month


For Information Contact Rob.rt S. Cable' ,
JACK MARSHALL I..at.r

Sales Manager Phone 778-1611 MAM i1 yHdMf 771-214 Anna Maria
PM0HI 778.1'17



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12 THE ISLANDER Thursday. October 29. 1964

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


Democracy is no spectator Sport- .
fi12) 'dUIIY ete4eili4 u: etJfIttft,91
what we must strive for is CTa w -nt une ptt ,ul, IMC.
Y Come in & enjoy selecting
involvement! HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
fascinating gifts for every one...

No Need To Be Chilly See us for (L-o-n-g Lasting from all over the world!!!

Colorful Aluminum --
Drapes or -
get a REDDY HEATER todayThe Start Your Christmas Lay-Away
Shades. .. FREE GIFT S MAIL WRAP
They will Home ad'aflending Library
protect
your : > ...... Sb;,lq .w1 lnAa DvytICf'.7 ..
most powerful 32
and Furnishings from: :
portable heaterfor
The Sun's Glare
its size! The Summer's Heat JUST ARRIVED
REDDY HEATER PRODUCES 50.000 BTU's
PER HOUR.It will heat the average garage The Winter's Cold -
from 32 to 72* in minutes. It produces
- - - -
instant heat wherever you need it.
t I Irs COMPACT AND PORTABLE Phone 778-1019 Blouses
0 MEETS WIDE VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS
A SIMPLE TO OPERATE ORIGINAL lor FALL!
+;; Holmes Beach Supplies INC HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE

{ 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE SOLIDS PRINTS
778-1131 A & CALL 778.1771 ___
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes BeachCOLOR NIGHT 778-1440 STRIPES

Anna Maria Island's Only Roll up & Long Sleeves

'II LICENSED CAR DEALER

N! Suick..Rambl.r..Dodg.-Dodg. Dart..PlymouthCooking Lay- y / Phone

Away 778.1161
Crystals Plan ..

.r.q q TVis Clear Crystals 59C lb. 5 Ibs. $2.39 uc so.c tui.+a rnan{Won.en
in Air Conditioned Comfort
Colored Crystals 79C Ib. 5 Ibs. $3.75 Shop
CHECK OUR PRICESI
BIGGERBRIGHTER One of the leading home magazines CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE
advertises these crystalsat
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I
almost doublel HANDY DANDYOPEN
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.t Than Ever IHOBffeV77S-1020 7 A.M.-9 P.M.

(."I c.-..&y- EVERY DAY
All New '65 ( J5 H..WP .uco..4VOTE ISLAND 778-2810
SHOPPING CENTER

p Models in StockFREE NOV. 3
OS *IAaT CtltS
WE RENT PLAYa' NSe 0 AM SUINIATNIMC
HOME DEMONSTRATIONAlso HIGH CHAIRS LIMNS STIOtLfftS COTS BLANKETS

Linen Rental Service 771.1472
t Check Our Used 214.54th St. Holmes Beach

r TV Stock $10 & Up 65 Call 778-2012

ISLAND TV 778-1703 ie. e. Sclrcuckand

i Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor

OR OVER? 5306 Holmes Boulevard
e
f Plumbing Fixtures., Supplies Pumps Repairs;


EACH LIQUOR STORE

WE HAVE FULL INFORMATION ON Holmes BeachOne-Stop Shopping Center

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY'SGOLDEN rs Get ontt f

65 e -

HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAMNo brand

PURf .
pI ANItA ys.cal..amNo q".alO"' IA sgontiAMlt

(.."bod,accept.dUp
to S1S.OOO in bn.M.to both.r- n hoptl,.......... '
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Peone o see ws today

-...- EMOLUMENT ENDS OCT. 31 Are You All l Set For
M.n..... c.uft'Y W.tar HALLOWEENTRICK
( Ytrea
Bag
C..yCtMCV TMA.... assurance or TREAT)

I1ssisss CMee: 778-1697 778-1548 FOR SERVICE"WTH A SMILE
..,pk-s C.ri'. ". ... B...... ibd.sT.ish.ns Phone 778OO23
(RON)
< 776.2022.Y. FREE DELIVERYPage (JERRY)




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