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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



707 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965 TEN CENTS

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Construction Of Now Groins ;

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':} To Start Within Three Wooks'
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,,' ','., "". Ralph Clark said this week County Attorney Richard
"" \ ':""- that work on the two anti- Hampton this week filed
\ ,"* erosion groins in Bradenton condemnation suits
Reach should start against the owners of ten
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',iI' within three weeks. parcels property
\. ,:\,\ Clark said the principal needed to construct the
,1/" problem now is obtainingthe seawall. Some of the
'",: material for the necessary property already -
., ..'., ':iI groins. Concrete piling, has been acquiredby
'" in order to meet standard the county, which has
:'\ : ... specifications, must cure to provide the land for the
r- I 'I : ; for about three months. project, although the SRD
: Earlier in the week he will construct the seawall,
f' '. 'No : .. said it might be difficultto primarily to protect State
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get immediate deliveryon Road 789 (Gulf Drive).
/ 1\ : ; \ cured piling which is Commissioner Nate
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) :, ,. ,', :;.. -, needed for the groins, Taylor said last week that
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'"' ; but Tuesday Clark said two more RrolnM, 50 to
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Id / he had been told the 650 feet long, would be
'
./ /' material may be available built somewhere north of
within a week or two. Bridge Street and southof
Commissioners arc concerned the County Beach. lie
t about getting the said work on both groins
A : groins built as soon as would be started before
j possible, before the late the end of the summer, I
; summer "storm season." and that funds would be
, ', Commissioner Robert allocated In the budget of
Hutches estimated this the next fiscal year.
week that it will takeat Definite locations of the
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",,, least 90 days to build two groins will be determined -
the two groins planned.One by County \
540 feet In length, Engineer John Benson.
I. LpviM is planned for the end of Owners
6th Street South, and the Sign

other, 640 feet long, for
Alerted
By CityA
L. the end of 10th Street
South., legal not/co'In-fhhi- ..:
Hutches suggested buildIng Issue of The ISLANDERcalls '
@ each of the groins 200 the attention of all

t_ feet long to start with, owners of signs In I Holmes'
-- x tn order to expedite their Beach to the city sign
installation, and extendingthem ordinance which was
later.In passed In January.
1 ( discussing the groins, The ordinance requires
': Commission Chairman that sign permits must
Dan McClure said, "I be obtained at the city
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think the first major decision office, am! according to
is do we build a the notice, permits must
groin and a fishing pier, be obtained before July 5.
> i. or Just a groin. We found After July 5, any sign
':: ; :.i3 :: ;;; : out it didn't work to puta for which no permit has

,, !: .' r- top on the groin." been Issued will be removed
: .:_ He was referring to the by the city
groin at the County Beach marshal.
"'; which has had to be repaired -
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v' New Yacht Club
; several times/ after

..:.-- ItNJII damaged by wind ProgressingConHtrucliun
.. driven high water That
groin hall a concrete deck on the new
and has l>een utilized by building to house the
patrons of the beach ax (Holmes (loach Yacht Club
a fishing pier.McClure .In' well under way.
said "I'm nut Pete Heyrurd operatorof
One of summer's many compensations on the l Islandare lovely patterns made by the reflected colors on the very happy tying upcounty the Yacht Club said a
the beautiful sunsets over the Gulf, and the low-hanging fleecy white clouds In the background. equipment year round for few days ago that he
maintaining thin .groin." ""hoped to be able 10

Solicitations He feels the solution to r (1)\n hi* restaurant
the maintenance problem about the middle of July.
Bureau Started IK to build the groins Mr. and Mm. 'Keynard
without decks. are in Chicago; this week,
A Solicitations Control Hie State! Road Depart attending the annual con
Program has been started mcnt has plans for a vention and equipment
by the Manatee County seawall along the Gulf ..huw'/f the National Ken'
Chamber of Commerce. beach between Bridge taurant Association and
Purpose of the programis Street and 13th Street while there, plan to purchase -
to review and evaluate South In Judenton lleach some of the new
proposed public fundraising but UN construction has equipment the restaurant
campaigns and been delayed pending. ac- will need.
other solicitations for qulHlflon of rlnht-of-wjy Hugh (HolrncH president
charitable, patriotic and deeds to Cult front (Continued on Cage 2)>>
educational work. .
The Solicitations
Con- ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
trol
Committee will
operate under the Juris- *..., R.U(.M .
diction of the Better ,..,.
Business T-,.,.tI ..,..
Division of the
chamber. It Is made up ./w N*.M 4 f* Mlyk l
of local business people. May I i871 81 78 90 80 None
Chamber members are May IV 76 84 80 92 80 None
asked: not to considerany l- May 20--74 81 81 90 82 None
solicitation made by May 11.--76 84 80 91 81 None
telephone and to ask for May 22--76 86 81UN' 91 82 NonerMay
identification card approved Holmes Beach Yacht Basin recently made by the city In several yearn. 23--77 81 HI 90 81 None
by the Solicitations rebuilt by the City of Hoi men. BC.Jch. The facility in operated by the Island S May 24--76 84 82 91 82 None
Control Committee. moat extensive physical Improvement Marine Supply. (|Sl ANDF K IMIOr' o





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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 27, l >51 :!:.


.. Columnist Becomes A Nurse Is

w .y T Mrs. Frank C. Dunham r I
of 75th Street, Holmes w
Beach, the "GINNIE" of
'l1Yar'a' Jh
y the popular garden column b
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w'd .r' -
r "Silver Bells and Cockle

Shells," which appears in ,
The Islander each week, a 2
has started a new career.
She graduated from the tl
nurses training course at b
Manatee Junior College

.,. earlier this month, and' I..
this week started work as .
a member of the nursing t 1
staff at Manatee Memorial S
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Hospital. her intense interest t r
Besides \ .
in gardening overa ... 1
number of years, Mrs. "... 1't s
Dunham has -taken an .',' 's. d I
active part in the civic L -' '

h life of the Island. MRS. FRANK C. DUNHAM 1

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I &i&Y gilcet Bells and a S


Cockle g1ulls, a

And HOW does your garden grow? :J

Are you confused--about watering your lawn, I ,
mean. A current publication quoted Ralph White,
H assistant horticulturist with the Florida Agricultural
Extension Service (his parents live on Anna Maria) r
k as advising "at each irrigation, wet the soil to a I
r- depth of six to eight inches. This requires about one- j
half Inch of water on sandy soil. The best way Is to
let the soil become dry and record the time requiredto
restore the moisture to a depth of six to eight t
inches." 1

The same week, Scott's pamphlet on Lawn Care t
carried an article, "Old Wives Tale About Watering."
The Agricultural Research Station at Fort Collins, 1
?' Col. has, for the past five years, been doing some I
w research on lawn watering. From the article: "What I

.' they found out is what many other researchers have :
been discovering elsewhere: that most of the widely
.
1' held beliefs about watering are nothing but old I
I' I wives' tales. For Instance, nearly everyone will tell ]
'
[ r: : r'T W'f you to wait until the lawn is dry and then soak it '

i : 1.."", I thoroughly. Light watering, they say, is worse than :
none. Just the opposite, says Research. Light water-
ing, done frequently, is by far the best." I'm
confused--how about you? If your Interest Is piqued, i
why not write the Research stations direct? a 1


- ISLAND SCENES BY CARLA ROMEIKE I


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r7I J. Joiner of the Agricultural Extension. Service of

the University of Florida recently gave us a few
Itj1IP1IPIIIiIIPj! pointers on making tip cuttings. Because May is an
excellent month to do this, here arc his suggestions:
Make cuttings early In the morning when the largest
amount of water is in the plant. Keep moisture in the
: cuttings by placing them on moist paper or cloth and
covering them with damp material. Don't stick
cuttings In water nor In any propagating medium untl
PROGRESS AT PETU'S PLACE--Construction on the
least fifteen made
at minutes after they've been
Holmes Beach Yacht Club Is well
now
building
new
Make cuttings four to six Inches |ong--prcferabl
under and Pete said a few ?p
proprietor Reynard
way with the cut just below a node--and leave as man
days ago that he hopes to reopen the restaurant by leaves
as possible. Stick them in propagation medlu
mid-July. (ISLANDER PHOTO) (vermiculite and sand is good) only one to two Inche I

and space so leaves overlap one third. Firm an ;
Emily L. Carlton YACHT CLUB water. Keep moist during the rooting period. TothUI
EMILY L. CARLETON, (Continued from Page I 1) I'll add: Dipping stems in rootone hormone powdeflf
76, of 4410 Gulf Drive, of Holmes ConstructionCo. Annual hot dog and Coke party tendered to the will reduce rooting time. Tip cuttings of '|';
Holmes Beach, died at ., general contractoron youngsters of the Island by Island merchants. The mums made now will be ready for planting In their
Manatee Memorial Hospital the Yacht Club, said hot dogs, buns and other food was provided by local permanent beds In about six weeks. A
Friday, May 21. this week he believes the merchants, and the drinks by the Coca Cola Co. of spraying with a good fungicide will reduce the rut
Born in Manhattan, she building will be finished Bradcnton. The picnic took place at the Anna Maria which detracts so much from their appearance.
moved to the Island from late in July. He is now Bay Park last Saturday. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) ,
Ridgewood, N. J., 30 waiting for delivery of -- "No place are oleanders more beautiful than
years ago. steel roof trusses,prom- Anna Maria. If you haven't driven the length of the
Mrs. Carleton was a ised before June 10. After Island to enjoy them, do It now." said Mary M. Hays
patron of the Altar Guild, the trusses are in place last week In her Bradenton Herald column "..rom'A,
and a member of the Holmes said the work Little Garden." Have you planted yours yet?
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should more
Episcopal Churchwomenof progress
the Episcopal Churchof rapidly. Do you "flip your lid" over a good garden story?"
The Annunciation. She Much of the restaurant flow about this one? Two girls who had marri
was the first presidentof was destroyed by a fireon classmates met after many years. Their busbar I
the State Society for the night of Mar. 17. ,,- were both retired. One of them had been quite a gj
Crippled Children; the blade In his youth. The other's wife Inquired, "110
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second president of the Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Is Bill behaving these days?" "Well," said the lad]
Manatee County Societyfor Emilie Zabriskie of The Islander "Let's put It this way: now when he mentions Ron

Crippled Children and Holmes Beach, a sister, An Independent Weekly pubHsh'devery In his sleep, I know. he's .talking about. his garden.]
. Adults, and a former Mrs. Eugene Plunkett of Thursday by lifE ISI." OEI\
member of the board of San Francisco, and two PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine .liJI, See you next week.
trustees of the National grandchildren. uGL NIEEDITOR'S
Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
Society for Crippled Funeral services were a
EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALI.N,, '
Children; past presidentof held at the Church of The NOTE: If an occasional statement In tf
ADVERTISING MANAGER; ...
Happiness House, and Annunciation Monday, MARGE KIMBALL tiM foregoing column seems tobe an anachronism It main |
past chairman of its with the Rev. Gerald K. 757 Anna one sense be Just that. For those readers who d> '
Mail Address: P. O. Box 1f.-J(
board. Lowe, rector, officiating. Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 not start at the beginning these columns are bei
Survivors arc two sons, Burial In Ridgewood. 33501 V revised by the author herself from the orlgir
Edward Carleton of Bra- Griff I It h-Cllne Island Entered as Second Class matter columns which were published In The ISLANDS\\
denton, and Charles B. Chapel was in charge of under the Act of March 3, 1879 during 19V and 1960. But In all canes the statement
Carleton of Holmes arrangements. made still apply.


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65V Thursday, May 27, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3
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Island Little LeagueIn Friends Of E. HURLEY Roser ScheduleThe High Twelve Club Cub'S"couF PackCub

a close game in the .H. "JACK" HURLEY, Rev. Richard K. Richard Wolf, managerof Pack 7 met at Gloria
Island Little League last MeetingA of Reily Township, Wiggins, pastor of Roser the Sarasota-Oradenton Dei Lutheran Church last
week Monday evening,the second died accidently on Memorial Community Airport, is to be the guest week, with Manatee
Reds topped the Red Sox Friends of May 19. Church, will continue his speaker at the luncheon County Sheriff Ken Grossas
by a score of 13 to 12. was held last series of sermons on the meeting of the Island High the speaker for the
Tuesday evening the Holmes Beach Temptation Narrative at Twelve Club, to be heldat evening.A .
Mets trounced the Reds Mrs. the 9 a.m.worship serviceon the Gulf Terrace Res- watermelon festivalfor
23 to 10.Thursday's. Bradenton Sunday, May 30. "OurAlternative" taurant at noon,Thursday Cubs and their
action found elected will be the May 27. His subject will families is planned for
the Mets on top again, Ralph White, topic of his sermon. be "The Future of Avia- June 13, and will be heldat
beating the Red Sox 8 to 6. and Dr. Jane Sunday School classesfor tion on the West Coast of the Anna Maria Day
Top ten batters in the act as all age groups startat Florida." Park.
league are: Tim Rotolo president is 10 a.m., and the Senior Chairman Dan McClureof Members of the com-
.714; Nicky Norwood.640; Miss Youth Fellowship meetsat the Manatee County mittee for the watermelon
Tom Hamer .621; Rusty introduced the 7 p.m., with all youthof Commission will be the festival will be Mrs.J.D.
\ Stiltner .577; Jim Her- of the iiE. high school age Invited. speaker at the meeting of Webb, chairman; Mr. and
, ringshaw .575; Jim Lease mittee: Miss Island Star ClubA the club the following Mrs. George Norwood and
.563; Jim Rice .545; Del man of Anna week, June 3. lie will Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Tyson .545; Dan Herring{ Sophia regular meeting the speak on two subjects of Hoffman.{
shaw .517, and Randy denton Beach, Anna Maria Island Star current interest to Manatee A Wolf Badge was
Bricker .444. Ferd Club will be held at noon,
County residents: the presented to David Dcam,
This week's schedule is Edgar Dupont Tuesday, June 1, at the
: new Port Manatee and the and a gold and silver
Thursday, May 27, Redsvs. Beach. patio in Gulf Park, Bra- projected new county arrow point to David
Red Sox;Monday,May Mrs. John denton Ueach. A carry-In water system. Bailey.
31, Mets vs. Red Sox, Palma Sola E. "JACK" HURLEYA luncheon will be served,
and Tuesday, June 1, Red ber of the with beverages to be 04tttt41fte
,
Sox vs. Reds. Regional former resident of furnished. This will be "
PeeWee League games was a guest at Maria, he served on the final meeting of the DR. EMILIA 11. FI21DKS. 77, of 107 Cedar Avenue,
will continue to be playedat She gave an Anna Maria City Com- club until Oct. 5. Anna Maria, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital,
6:30p.m.,Wednesdays, talk about the is's Ion in the early In the fall, meetings of Saturday, May 22. Born in Germany, she moved to
r? and 4 p.m., Saturdays. the library.Dr. During the time the club will be held at the Island ten years ago from Bronx, N. Y.
Carboni lived on the Island he the Anna Maria Commu-
I She was a member of the Catholic Church,and wasa
Vacation School among aims associated with Don nity House. retired doctor of medicine, a graduate of Heidelberg -
e Ji Roser Memorial Com- of the in the real estate Special Service University in Heidelberg, Germany, and had
munity Church and Gloria intent to iness. practiced In Dusseldorf, Germany, and in New York r
al) Dei Lutheran Church will residents in He was a member of the "Men Who March WithGod"
City. She became a United States citizen in 1940. ;
,a_ join forces during June of the library Church in will be the themeof Survivors arc a daughter, Mrs. Anna Marie Cro- 1
and conduct an interchurch a greater and was the owner the sermon to be ccttl of Baltimore; a footer daughter, Mrs. Tilde I
o community vacation reading.The operator of the Peoria preached by the Rev. Sprenkel of York, Pa., and a grandchild. :
in'd church school for all third & Grain Elevator in Lester M. Utz at the Funeral services were held at Griffith-CHnc Island I
Island children who wish each month Ind.Survivors. morning worship serviceat Chapel Tuesday forenoon, with the Rev. Francis
to attend. the regular are his wife, Gloria Dei Lutheran Welsmlller, pastor of St. Bernard Catholic Church,
"e II Literature to be used and each Goldie Hurley; a Church, Sunday, May 30, officiating.
will be of an inter-de- asked to James Hurley; a as an observance of Me- Cremation.TO .
i nominational nature, one new Kathy Hurley; morial Day.A .
I 1e produced under the spon- meeting on mother, Mrs. Walter display of flowers will
Jt sorship of the Nationally All Islanders ; a sister, Mrs. be placed on the altar in ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
re Council of Churches, and to continue Webber, and three memory of all Americanswho THE{ ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE does NOT
is being used this year spread all of have died in the ser- appear on your address on the paper, please
Id in every state of the Bookmobile vice of their country. send it to us. It's use will be required by
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country. Theme of then Anna Maria July I, and it Is I expected the Zip Codes will
It literature is "God and House and Ctaplttt H... I.file ft Y.rJ StnrUt expedite delivery of the paper.
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School sessions will take June 14-18, Reasonable Summer Maintenance
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THE ISLANDER Thursday, May 27, 1965 Th
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Guests at the MotelsMERRIMAC i

All About People... x .
ON THE CULFt Mr*. Helen Cox and Mrs. Lucllt Cox of
MRS. A. A. BEECHER of 5400 Gulf Drive Holmes Hunurllle. Ala..,Miss Lillian Geohegan and Miss Maria Ceohegan of
Birmingham. Ala...Mrs. L. Lawns of Harbor Hill.Bradenton and Party...
Beach, last week entertained the University of South Mr. and Mra. Duane Moor of Orlando and children...Mr.and Mrs. Robert
Florida Women's Club Book Group for its final Lee of St. Petersburg and children.
and HALEY'S MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Franklin of Decatur Ca..Mr
meeting of the year. A morning of swimming and Mr*.J.B.Johnson of Tampa. I
beach exploring was followed by luncheon and the EAST O* THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Llndauer of Springfield N.J... te''
Miss Lucille Rath and Miss Margaret Brannan of Chicago.
..
Beecher Is Directorof .
business part of the session.Dr. '- BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Fisher of ChlUlcothe. Ohio... t
Fine Arts at the University, and Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wooten of Pro.tproof..M1Ite Johns of Leeaburg and th
the Island since 4 Richard Lyles of Frostproof.BAYVIEW .
weekenders on
Beecher have been VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*.Tony Calves of St. Petersburg di
they bought an apartment at 5400 Gulf Drive a year and family...Lee Roy Yancy and Bob Hudionof St. Petersburg pc
is Carrollwood Tampa.MR. WEST WIND APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. Crantham of Temple
ago. Their town address Terrace. al

AND MRS. CARL HUFNUS JR. of Bradenton CHARLIN VILLAS: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hopper of Tampa, and son...Mr. tea
Carl Hufnus III bornon Mrs. Ralph Alexander of Hamilton, Ohio.
announce the birth of a son, CC
and Hlbbs of
PLAYA ENCANTADA Mr. Mrs. Floyd Tampa and sona.
May 17. The' baby is the grandson of Mr. and );. CABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. William Benton of Lakeland. th
Mrs. Carl Hufnus Sr. of 307 59th Street, Holmes \ TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mra. M. Riley and Mr. and Mrs. J.Morris of
Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. C.H.Cauble of Salisbury, N.C...Mr. and Mra.
Beach. ;: M. Bryant Jr.of Cartow...Mr. and Mrs. L. Bowen of Tampa...Mra. A.C.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN ADAMS of Milford, N. J. .t, .' Sacco of Brandon...Mr. and Mrs. C. W.Malstrom of Elmhurst 111...Mr.
: ">" and Mra. M. Bard of New Madison Ohio...Mrs. Ellen Vaell of Elyria Ohio
announce the birth of a daughter Lisa Marie, born : ..Mr. and Mrs. Donald Low of Crown Point, Ohio...Mr. and Mra.C. L.
May 13. Mrs. Adams is the former Miss Laurie Lou \. -, Taaee of Nashville Tenn...Mr and Mrs. S.Cooper of New Rochelle N. Y.
1. '} \" THE ROCKETTES GULF TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.
Thadden of Bradenton Beach, and Adams is the son I Wiles of Pompano Beach...Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Watterpool of Pittsburgh

of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams of Anna Maria. ... *ii ...Mrs. Dorothy Lefley and Mrs. Katherine Watterpool of Wexford Pa...
week for their '. \ .... Mr. and Mra. W. A. Harrison of Richmond. Va...Mr. and Mra. M.Marvalof
DR. AND MRS. RAY GREEN left this .J \ .} Port Jefferson Station, N. Y..Mr. and Mra. Frank Ebright of Gaines.yule. .
summer home on Lake Cobbosseecontee, near Litch- "'r -. ...Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ebright of West Palm Beach...Mr. and Mrs
the in t. \. ." 1. _..... -U Louis Maisaro of Tampa, and baby...Mr. and Mrs. Roy F.McGalllard of
field Me. They planned to stop on way MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A. SPEER of 69th Street, Mac Dill AFB, Tampa..Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hlday dJacksonville...Mr. .,I
Allentown, Pa., where Dr. Green will attend the 45th and Mr*. Howard E. Barton of Lakeland, and family.
reunion of his graduating class from Muhlenberg Holmes Beach, who will observe their 50th wedding LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTELs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ulm of Taylor. Mich...
Alice Kuczmaraki and Mill Elizabeth Marchewltz of .
anniversary on Sunday, May 30. They were marriedat Mlas Detroit..Mr.and
College.MR. Mrs. James Poore and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Dickey of
AND MRS. WALLY GRAY of Baronet Lane, Neodesha, Kansas on Memorial Day In 1915. Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Alreed of Tampa...Mill Sonia Harris of .
Because Mr. Speer is a patient at Manatee Memorial Wlmauma...Mr. and Mrs. John Heney of Maitland..Mr. and Mra. William
Key Royale, are spending a week in Atlanta, where L. Brown of Bartow..Mr. and Mr*. J. W.Oliver of Winter Haven.
Mr. Gray's mother. Hospital, where he underwent major surgery recently S.S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mrs. R. K. Davis of Wake Forest N. C., and -1
they are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Speer have had to abandon children...Mr. and Mr*. John Staftny of Hllladale.,and children. I
PATRICIA
MRS. BOYD HOSKINS AND MISS HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mra.O.Gerolamlf1 Dearborn Heights,
MILLICAN both teachers at the Island School, plans for an extended motor trip. The trip was to Mich...Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Casper of Carlisle Pa...Mr*. B. T. Perry and
the homeof the home of their daughter in Sea Cliff, L. I., N. Y., Mr*. Carrol of Mt. Dora...Mr. and Mr*. E. B.Johnson of Urbana,111...
shower
were guests of honor at a linen at Lloyd I. Brown of St. Petersburg and daughter.
for
where a family golden anniversary dinner party
Mrs. H. H. Higgins of Coquina Lane, Holmes C

Beach, Saturday evening.Mrs. Harrison May Before 30 was going planned.to New York, the Speers had plannedto MISS DODIE McKAY, a senior In the nursing
Hoskins the former Miss Evelyn ,
course at the University of Florida, made the dean'slist
and
Millican will attend a family reunion in Howard, Kan., a
was married recently, and Miss marry
the week. double 50th reunion of two of the last graduating the past trimester. Miss McKay attending both
Billy Whitfield of Bradenton during coming classes they taught at Neodesha High School. sessions of summer school at the university. She is
Mrs. M. B.
The honorees and special guests,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKay of North
Harrison, mother of Mrs. Hoskins, and Mrs. Whit- I'I
MISS PENNY FULLER star of the Broadway show Shore Drive, Anna Maria.
with
field, mother of Mr. Whitfield, were presented y
carnations Mrs. and "Barefoot in the Park," last week was a guest on the MRS. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY will occupyher
of Higgins
white by
corsages newly built home at 408-79th Street Holmes Beach
,
Miss Ellen Cantrell and Miss television show "To Tell The Truth. Miss Fuller is ,
her co-hostesses the daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fuller of Shell about the first of June, after retiring from teachingIn
Mary Lou Corban. the Columbus, Ohio public schools for forty years. a
Drive, Holmes Beach.
School Mrs.
of the Island presented
The teachers S
with of MR. AND MRS. PETE REYNARD of Holmes Beach Mrs. Montgomery visited Island friends, Priscilla
and Millican settings
Miss place
Hoskins
china. left Monday for Chicago, where they are attending the and Mildred Benedict, about three years ago while 61
en route home from Mexico City, and fell in love
Guests the shower Mrs. Don Mellln, annual show and convention of the National Restaurant
at were n
Miss Dorothy Bulloch, Mrs. Hayworth Laney, Mrs. Association. They planned, while at the show, to with the Island and Its beaches, and decided at that b
time to make her retirement home here.
purchase some of the equipment for the rebuilt
Earl Drew, Mrs. Albert Piscitelli, Mrs. Gene Moss, t
MRS. CHARLES HOWATT of Anna Maria is spend-
Holmes Beach Yacht Club.
Mrs. John Ottley, Mrs. Sam Schick, Mrs. Stanley b
MR. AND MRS. DICK WAGNER of Avenue A, ing the summer in Closter, N. J.
Routh, Mrs. Carl Green, Mrs. Robert Kaekel, Mrs. t
Melvin Miller and Dr. Regina Westcott.MR. Bradenton Beach, returned a few days ago from a DR. AND MRS. K. W. STENSTROM of Key Royale t

AND MRS. HOLLIE ELLIS of Bradenton Beachare week's trip to New Orleans. Drive, Holmes Beach, are planning to spend several

leaving this week for Ohio, where they will attend MISS LYNN PRITCHARD of North Shore Drive months at Gunflint Lodge, Grand Marais, Minn. t

commencement exercises at Ohio University at Anna Maria, and BERNIE CLARK of Clark Drive, MR. AND MRS. R. D. MORGAN of Spring Avenue, r

Athens, and the 45th reunion of Mr. Ellis' graduatingclass. Holmes Beach, both seniors at Manatee High School, Anna Maria, left recently for Andover, N. H., where

Ellis Is president of the class alumni. Mr. arid have been selected as the recipients of scholarshipsto they will stay until early fall.
Manatee Junior College awarded by the Island MRS. HAROLD NEWTON of Anna Maria is leavingthis
Mrs. Ellis will go from Athens to Lakeland, Mich.,
_ Kiwanis Club. week to spend the summer in New York City and
where they will spend the summer at Strawberry Lake.
RENE REDON of Crescent Drive, Anna Maria, is MRS. E. MORGAN BARRADALE Is leaving this Long Island, and is planning to return to her homeon

recuperating at home after undergoing surgery last week for New Providence, N. J., where she will the Island In November.

week Memorial spend the summer.
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Frisk Loan Ground Boof..3 Lb. ...............................$1.39 Sot pM pM
29 9:53 n 2.6 3<10ow 1.1 5:07 p0.2
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King ((50 VotosJ-Lk.) 59* Sun .
30 12:27 1.4 10>22o 2.7 3:21 o* 1.3 5550.4
Amour Star Conned Picnic Ham-3 Lb. Tin.............. $1.69 .
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j 27 1965
. Thursday, May ,
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i J Keening Cool At The County. Beach


t I' By ROXANNE MOORE lure of the roof-top jam shirts, and moppy hair cut
session comes second to in bangs.
If you happen to be a will fit the occasion well. their boards. While the teenagers
teenager who digs the Beginning about 2 p.m., For minutes at a time a shuffle on the concrete
"swim," the "jerk," or and continuing for the next group of young surfers above, oldsters retreat
the "mouse," and have a three hours, hoards of will wait poised in the beneath the cool pavilionfor
dime and two bits in your teenagers make their pilgrimages water with their surfboards refreshing chocolateice
pocket, you can spend to the roof.Most for a wave large cream cones. Here
almost every Sunday afternoon spend a good part of their enough to ride beachward. the attention of some is
at the Manatee time doing the latest con- When one finally comes captured by the books for
County Beach, twistingthe torted offshoot of the they will glide off its sale, and they spend hours
summer away.JII' twist. For others the crest and climb aboard traveling through some
their boards as the breaker land of make believe.
rolls toward the shore. Others enjoy afternoon
Before the afternoon is siestas in aluminum lawn
over, however,even these chairs. Something for everyone is offered on a busy Sunday
gallant acrobats usuallyadd More energetic patrons afternoon at the County llcach.(ISLANDER PHOTOS)
a touch of color to the dangle lines off the end of
dance session with their the long pier, hoping to being an evening meal.
baggy swim suits,collarless entice mackerel,trout,or Many small tots while
wide-stripe surf perhaps a redfish into away the afternoon fashioning -

", 'r...." "."'.1 I sand,storybook and scooping castlesof out
t 1 moats to he filled after
.
hundreds of treks to the
8Y 9.Y'y)Y: .. '4 I water's edge with tiny
sandpalls. When they tire

C: J 'f.....,. of this, they can glide
I through the air in little
A box swings. Parents often
are content merely tore-
M lax and keep a watchful
Happiness is an afternoon eye on the Juniors.
I of sunshine and play in Thus can young and old
the sand and! warm waterat alike "cool it' at the
-I the !hl'.h'h. public beach.
I -,
Informality of attire is the keynote among the
younger set for the Sunday afternoon "tea dances."
I 'II 'It'd Tc4a'4ce..
With the first twang of dance routine is strictlya "
an electric guitar the high spectator sport, as they .'... '
school and junior high set perch along the railings. .J. .' ...We %*vt Tel
scrambles for the roof of Between trips to the Each dancer is his own choreographer as each
the beach pavilion. Within pavilion-top members of experiments with own embellishments tobasic twist. 2 Licensed
minutes, young people are the younger set loll on the Agents
shuffling and jerking to beach,practice backetball THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
In a_Ron anUe. Provincial French Atmoiph JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
the music of the "Play- shots, play volleyball, or
boys," a local quartetthat sip a soda--a few even p Jttmtttoltrir 5500 Marina Drive Holmes Beach
performs the popular try the water on occasion.
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The garb could be clas- general brand of teenager l.uachron at 12-I'innrr at 6 p.m.
sified as ultracasualaswim is an elite breed known as T.I Soratoro 388-2805
suit and bare feet surfers. To them even the

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' 6 THE ISLANDER Thursday May 27, 1965 1 1r
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LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE IGA Boys' Contest

CHURCHESST. ,,' .
this week in
OP PUBLIC HEARING "" ."... Standings
BERNARD MISSION A Public Hearing will be held at the :; '. ". the Boys Contest at the
of the Board of '"--''''' -
regular meeting
CATHOLIC Anna Maria IGA Store
( ) Aldermen of the City of Holmes are
R.v. Francis F. Wei*miller Beach Florida on Tuesday June I, as follows:
1963 at 7:30 P.M., to consider a .' ., "-
ASS-SUNDAY. 8 & 10 am request to rezone the westerly 30 feet ,.: J ; B. Green 5,332
.
WEEKDAYS 8 am of Lot 6. Block P. Holmes Beach 13th ,. ,..,.'. ....... '. ,. D. Tarry 1,488
HOLY DAYS am & 6 pm Unit and the westerly 35 feet of Lot 1 4, '" ,I
tJ', .. A. VanOstenb'geT. 35,154
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- Block P, Holmes Beach 13th Unit, ., "\.., -
WEDNESDAYSI 7l30 pm from R-2 to C-3. of f Rotolo 27,817R.

Harvey Memorial ChurchNonDenominational Pauline H. Archer Maxon 23,913D.
City Clerk
( i i I) TO ALL OWNERS_OP SIGNSIN Parrish 42,144 a

Bradenton B..ch HOLMES BEACH: R. Adams 17,532J.
Rev.-A. W. SlaiMS Sign Ordinance adopted January 3,
Eddowes
, 1965 requires that all owners of signs :; 8,095
SUNDAYS
9i 15 am Sunday School call at the City Office and secure the T. Jenkins 1,353
necessary Sign Permit prior to July 5, D.
1965. Application should Indicate size r Godfrey 2,674
ChrUtlon Science Service and location of sign. } \ J. Norwood 9,691
A. M. ...... House With Permit a tag will be Issued
'SUNDAYS which must be attached to each sign. R. Huffine 2,163
9:00 am Sunday Service AFTER JULY 5, 1965 ALL SIGNS J. Rice 4,226D.
WITHOUT TAGS WILL BE REMOVEDBY _
fa Lease 620 V
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH THE CITY MARSHAL. r
R... Lee Ratlill. Pastor Pauline H. Archer y B. Motter 679
' City Clerk _
THURSDAY M. Morrick 3,213
FRIDAY 7130 pm Church Choir INVITATION TO BID J. Francis 916

7130 pm Deacons Meeting. The City of Bradenton Beach will T. Angell 2,501
SUNDAYS accept bids on the following
8145 am Sunday School 1-1965 2-ton Truck;cab k chassis, ,, C. Weaver 658
ilOtOO am Worship Service and 1 Rubbish Type Dump Body with S. Lease 1,643H.
' 5130 pm Chapel Choir Power take-off and Hydraulic Hoist.
6i30 pm Worship Service Separate bids for Truck and Body. Stewart 4,272
7130 pm Youth Fellowship Specifications can be obtained at T. Kretzer 782
TUESDAY City Hall. 207.1st St.North,Bradenton -
7100 pm Softball Gam. Beach, Fla. Telephone 778-1005, D. Dcam 2,726 ,
7iOO pm Church Choir Monday thru Friday, 8 A.M. to Noon. M. Dailey 1,648
WEDNESDAYl Bids must be In the City Office by ,... .t' ... .. .
' 4iOO pm Jt. AInt.rmadiat. Noon Thursday, June 3. 1965. 1'1 ''\4 t\a. h u- C. Girard 948

7100 pm Prayer Meeting. GA Cltv Sophia ClerkUNCLASSIFIED L. Carothers Heavy convertible which crashed into all of Anna Maria City for two hours W. Tison 1,001D.

7iOO pm RA, Sunbeams power pole at the intersection of Palm and a half. After hitting the utility Bower 1,057.'

' Reset Memorial ChurchNenDenomlnetlenel and Gulf Drives, Holmes Beach, early pole, the car knocked over two large The contest now has only

( .) deuce pifMMt MM'''.' Saturday morning, and caused a power cabbage palms in the triangle at the two weeks to go, it ends '

".v. Richer K. Viealne I .n-$1.00-S04 .!.1.! .. failure in most of Holmes Beach andA intersection. (ISLANDER PHOTO{ ) on Saturday, June 5.
PesterTHURSDAYI
UHAUENTUN; BEACH; Gulf Ul'lvell

4lOO 3iOO pm pm Cantus Ch.rub Choir Choir 1st Fine Street sandy North beach,overlooking lovely apartmentsfor the Gulf. Car Causes Power Failuretersection r t/twuwctng -

rent on yearly bails,$SO to$75 per
7130 pm Senior Choir month. Ellen 778-261. As of May 24th CURTIS DUNNING will be

SUNDAYS 9tOO am Worship Service STAMPS & SUPPLIES h'UK tUL- high-powered con- of the two operating the BLUE WAVE Service Station.
10)00 am Sunday School LECTORS. Come in and let us fill vertible driven by Dan streets.
He is and we are sure he
11(00 am Membership. Pr.paratory those empty spaces In your album. extremely capable,
Class We carry a supply for every collector. Vollmer Jr. of Holmes Vollmer was taken to will please you with the type of service you
7100 pm Sr. Youth Fellowship You're welcome to come In fc browse.M. Beach, crashed into a Manatee Memorial Hos-
..MONDAY L. O'Connor Stamp. t Supplies always want but seldom get.
9i30 am Deaconess Meeting. at 2403-14rh St. W Bradenton.747-2516. heavy power pole at the pital, and treated for cuts
home of Mrs. Max' Cole FOR SALE BY OWNER)3-BK,2-Bitn intersection of Palm and on his head and chest, and
could thank each of
7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop? Home with Florida Room. Close to We wish we you
TUESDAY I Beach. 5604 Guava Street, Holmes Gulf Drives early Satur- chemical burns on the personally for the help and encouragement you
6130 pm Couple's Club Reach. Call 778-7167. day morning.The lower part of his body.
WEDNESDAYS have extended us these past 14 years--14 good
7130 pm Church Council Meeting. PROPERTY MAINTENANCE crash completely He was released early yearsl! We do appreciate your patronage, buta
severed the lower sectionof this week and Holmes
Church of The Annunciation MOWING EDGING, ETC. heartfelt THANK YOU seems to be all we
the pole and caused a Beach Police Chief W. H.
the
(Episcopal) can say at moment.
J Rev. G.roIcllC. Lowe, Vector KEN FELLOWS power failure in much of Snooks Adams chargedhim

.iHURSDAYl Phone 77S-2894 after 4 P. M. Holmes Beach and all of with failure to have Ze eult pealtlle ptuU6
1 9lOO am Holy Eucharist Anna Maria City for about his vehicle under control
SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION! BELOW: MARKET: Choice Ciiul- a
:8lOO am Holy Eucharist front Lots on 77th Street.4000.72nd two and one-half hours. and causing an accident.
I0i30 am Family Eucharist & Street, 4000. 59th Street. 4000. After hitting the pole, Police who investigatedthe
1 Sermon Church School
Also Ideal Motel
Gloria Del Lutheran Church 105x230 feel, half Site block approximately to Gulf. the car hit and broke off, accident called Vollmer's Blue Wave Service Station
Price 16500.: Want $10,000 two large cabbage palmsin car a completeloss.
Rev. Lester M. Uts. Pastor JOHN B. PROTHERO. Registered the triangle at the in- BRADENTON BEACH
SUNDAY Real Estate Broker 11 6-8 1st Street.
9:15 am Sunday School Holmes: Beach or call I 778-2554.
10l30 am Worship Service WANTED TLi BUYs All U.5. Coin*.
11130 am Choir ..haar.a1SUBSCRIBE Gold, Currency, or Coin ofany NON-VOTERS WELCOME '
Country, or old Medals. Tokens.etc. .
Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 24 HOUR SERVICEALL I
'th St. W. Bradenton Ph.747-2516.
HAKE BUY ON KEY ROYALEtNon-
waterfront corner lot across the street If you own a home, or even an empty lot on
from Bay and Boat Basin.Underprlcedat which you expect to build a home in Holmes

TATP.$1,960 hone, cash.778-1159 MAHAR REAL ES- Beach, you are invited to become a memberof

AL ALTERATIONS on all kinds uf CluUI- the HOME-OWNERS Association. Makes of
A Ing. Also Dressmaking. Drapes.Mrs.
Prank **?d. hone 778-1431.
WOULDKT YUU UXE; TU locate Initiation? Nothingl) Annual dues? Whateveryou

your Holmes business Beach or Shopping profession Center at the on think it is worth! More than 90% of the

Beautiful Anna Maria Island 100feet fast-growing membership has voluntarily AppliancesDOMESTIC

build highway to ,suit frontage your, and needs will Contacts lease or decided that $5 is a sensible unit. Yet dime,

JACK MARSHALL. REALTOR a dollar or $5 is acceptable--money is less
MtMBIdf. Anna Mtrla 777 l4 than and
important your name support. Box
FOR SALES I place setting uf fine COMMERCIAL
Bavarian China |33. Also I crystal 1754, Holmes Beach. or
TO goblets and I matching sherbets 10.
THE ISLANDERfor All in perfect condition. Other mls-
(ellencous item. Call 770-204. HOMEOWNERSAssociation
only $3.50 per yearin YEARLY RtNTl 11) Per MonUl-- SIUJd Furniture & Appliance
the United States, or Unfurnished Bedroom Apartment In
for six months. -Anna Marla Call Owner at 778-1410. of Holmes Beach
$2.00 ANTEDi Housework by day or week. 5600 Marina Drive--Ph 778-1267
The weekly newspaperof Experienced.Own transportation.Call
721-1523 after .
about and for Anna 9p.m.Reasoner

Maria Island and its Bill Stewart I II ll I
residents and visitors. I I Ili. III I, I II i HI 1,
& Anson +h '
Write: The ISLANDER, PHOTOGRAPHER I ;; ) IIII it I'lllj IIj,I I II

P. O. Box 757, Anna 'j II ;I I Ib"IIII i Ili, it I, ,' I

Maria, Florida 33501, --Jf

or call 778-2021. Telephone Ifft I I I I I I II i .'.I II..,, il IIII i t (lp, 1 1 I "IUqI +IbI
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' UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE t s Canal
INSURANCE COMPANY DICK WAGNER Front HomeNEAR

SINe W7ff ., HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.
",.'H' r.., ... .t12tb /arstmMt Realtor
St. w... IIADENTON. FLA. 74J-454J 2217 Outr ORIVC BRADCNTON BEACH Two Bedrooms Fireplace, Closed garage w/

Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA' utility room, good dock. Owner Is leaving

New Center Island Bank
Shopping Opposite
country. Will sell furnished for low price of
, II George Wagner-REALTY Large Store Space-Night llumination-

I Island Shopping Cntr Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor $16,800 with TERMS
HONE 778-2444<< Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464
c...E.W.....,. R...BIeker JOHN B. PROTHERO
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Ail n Pike A.a.ei.t.SPECIAL
Registered liri. EstiU Ir.k.r-S.Ls ft lulils
WATERFRONT
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
Ni SALE

FOR QUICK SALE $10,500 $1,000 DOWN MODEL
Riliici I..., .... Nit OPENat WANT A BAR AIN ?
[||| 2 BR-CB HOME in Fine residential Area -
Has own boat dock & gulf privileges We have two homes that are

PARRISH REALTY holdovers frc.n last year

RALTH H. rAUISH. Mr. PIGGY "'HASSlEMOOI(. A.eciete WHICH WE MUST SELL I

tat Office PU.. AIIIM M.ri. .....: 771-1902 SEE 510. sit Street
JACK HOLMES, Realtor 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS,
FLORIDA ROOM
To S.ttl. Estat. PHONE 778-1648 6101 MARINA DRIVE
.
531 70th Street
HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA
THREE BEDROOM Two Bath Private Home 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS,
with central heating and air conditioning. LARGE SCREENED LANAI
Large Living Room with fireplace Kitchen,
Utility Room, Screened Patio, Garage. GULF FRONTOne BUY DIRECTLY FROM BUILDERAT
Completely Furnished. Seawalled canalfrontlot.
DISCOUNTED PRICE I
Beautifully landscaped.
ASKING $27,500 Wm. B. LEE Co.

t See our sign at 526-75th Street Canal.Mahar 778-1917

11..1 Etatn .

RUTH MAHAI LEO MAHAI HAVE
Registered. Reel IstiU Ircktrs THIS .IS A LISTING. I WOULD

Clued WtJiuJiy LIKE 2 MONTHS AGO BECAUSE OF

P' 7702 Gulf Drive, HiI." leech 771-1151 THE FREQUENT REQUESTS FOI. .

ClOSE-TO.SHOPPING-CEHTII.HOME.

BUY NOW of the Island's best located, EROSION FREE, WELL KEPT Completely Furnished 2-fW
Home in Excellent Condition. Beautiful Lot.
Waterfront properties. Lot 60x400, from Road to
a block from the Beach and Holmes
Only
Gulf, with full Foreshore & Riparian Rights.
OCCUPY NEXT SEASONWe Beautiful erosion free beach. Two Bedrooms, Beach Shopping Center, yet located so aa to
Two Baths, Air Conditioned, Tile Roof, Full offer privacy.
will pay all expenses and Garage. Attractively Terms Arranged.Priced to Settle Estate. $14,500 Y

rent the home from you to use CANAL LOTS $2,2501 I
OPEN FOR INSPECTION
as a furnished model until you 7S-Foot Wide, High Canal Lots at this
Sec 53.1 Key Royale Drive. This lovely Bedroom, remarkable price, well situated In residential
need it.SEAFARER. 2 Bath Waterfront Home with the BIG VIEW Is area. 'I hid offer for a LIMIIEI l)TIME ONLY?
priced to sell!Terms Arranged.No Ch...,""Costs.
L Gertrude Blassingame

JACK MARSHALL RealtorM /j I REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
fi- Fran Maxon Associate
& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria IOQUIHA BUILDING PHONE 711.1 '
.a ::,,-.. ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA ...s:" V1''


5400 GULF DRIVE

HOLMES lEACH ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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KEY ROYALEWATERFRONT j. Apartments condominium


LOT ownership

LAST OF THE 1965 MODELS 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments

(ONLY $18,500 CASH I and 2 BathsSWIMMING

If ADD $2,634 FOR FURNITUREIF POOL
DESIRED $15,500 TO $11,500 IMMH H
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ONLY $1,878 DOWN
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NO CLOSING COSTS,
IF TERMS DESIRED + WRITE OR PHONE

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OVER 300 FEET Of GULF FRONT--AS P. O. BOX 1152
BEAUTIFUL A flKACIf AS YOU CAN FIND HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 778-1917
Till WORLD OVER?



ft THE ISLANDER Thursday May 27, 1965

! ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I II


I E ?>c9J.-I g--i1iM. Gifts-Cards-Gifts

_. For ALL OccasionsFor

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Everybody

Florida SouvenirsDon't
THE IDEALGraduation Forget Graduation & Father's Day

Gift & Mail Wrap Free
Gift .
I::- a""1dkl Phine Photo PhiriishinKtvV81"
Tensor Lamps t(;(, SA..Iq Owl /okw OnncAO.erRESORT
:..:'s ,-
The Original Miniature

High Intensity LampOf WEAR

PHILCOSPACEMATE I for the
Many Uses mn---

Especially Prized By Students
5000 Light Weight
COMPACT to
easy carry
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Cool Jackets-
assorted colors ,
COMPACT g SLUMBER QUIET by Mal Marshall
$12.95NEW
NO-DRIP DEHUMIDIFICATIONremoves SHORT SLEEVE
gallons of water HOURS
SUMMER Sport Shirts
from room air each day Noon on Wednesday

AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT 3o'clock on Saturday Walking Shorts


SPECIAL Exhausts VENTILATION stale air from CONTROL the room Make A Lamp of Marble Swim Tracks

,,. ..
11 FAN SPEEDS High or low fan speed ,. '?:
BRASS LAMP CYLINDERS
operates with or without cooling OOGv' oaO Lay- 4 ;. f Phone
..,,,.1 shifts & silos O .Oo '
DO 0000
WASHABLE AIR FILTER MARBLES 13 colors o e oar Away 1HtM 778-1161
v to Plan

ADJUSTABLE AIR LOUVERS direct SWAG CHAINS ac lo..4lu4w' "N.stn'III....."
air flow for draft-free wall-to-wall cooling

ISLAND TV 778-1703 FRESH MILK DAILY
1:2oHUFFINE'S GROCERIES-COLD
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. BEVERAGES-Etc.
o
( HANDY DANDYOPEN


rPATIO STANDARD SERVICEPhone 7A.M.-11P.M.

Rocking ChairsCedar 778-1771 Days u.uLU.J
ISLAND
p 778-1440 Nights --. M1A
sr* a. SHOPPING CENTER -
$ 95 011. HOLMES BEACH

Cedar | AAA Service Full Time Mechanic Call 778-2012

Heavy Duty NEW and USED CARS e S.dCletl

MADE TO ORDER Plumbing Contractor

, free d.liv ry 5306 Holmes Boulevard

I Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs

I 778-1131 LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778-1472
I ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows,
V Fans, Hospital Beds
Telephone 778-2022 5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
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(1'\ Hold !
( r" lt'kO BEACH LIQUOR STORE

I \ '-'- -' .-Vv HOLMES BEACH ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER

\ If you have a tough .YOU.. ... RING. 778.2023 WE.BRING. ..
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I "" Well:I v C ,
Ii
i nut to crack when it SPECIAL
; The Gift ; Gin & Vodka

I ,......=---- comes to any type of Kentucky for Fifths $2.99
I ":"':-1. .. '.. .- insurance, be sure to Tavern Father's
;
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\ ..- \,' .._. _- c,. .. _. ..-. call an independentagent 100 Pnof. ; Day RELSIA VODIA
.\ f--. J
-' _. =. f .f ,_-__. first. Slh.$5.90Bellows It FULL QUARTE'
,_ S3.99Guinness
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-. --- -.1' l l.1 THAT'SUS1 Gin ;0 III -
Stout
-- -- .- 3 for $10.00 N R:; BEER
... 4. ..- --J ..,-. HOT or COLD ; y:; lOCI BEER

__ __ '..-. r'0""(' ,. ... I FalstaffBusch OPEN : Mny Other
"
C. -", '..-7,. lids
MANATEE COUNTY WATER Bavarian ; Let Us Fill ; HOT tr COLD
Bay ireaasuran.ee Black Label ; ALL ; BALLANTINEIKR.CANS
COMPANY INC. :Your Party:
I 6 pack
CLOSED MONDAY 89c
: Needs ; $1.01 6 ii
778-1697 May 3i 778-1548
Shopping Center Business, Holmes Office Beach, Florida Closed at NOON Wednesday & Saturday We Cover The ENTIRE IslandPage