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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: June 3, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Architect's drawing of new shopping center S & S Island Shopping Center. There will be 10-400 square Harolo for owners Andrew Sellas and Peter Stellas

Plaza, now being built south of 53rd Street (Gulf feet of floor space in the new building which is being of Chicago and Holmes Beach for several years the
Drive), Holmes Beach across the street from the erected by Bradenton Beach contractor Louis J. owners of the S. S. White Sands Motel on Gulf Drive.



I Wiggins To Leave RoserThe News Spotlight On BusinessAs H. B. Zoning Change DeniedA I


Rev. Richard K. as president of the Florida requested change in At the request of a

Wiggins, pastor of Roser Fellowship of Community New Firms Services Start zoning on Marina Drive county official, the city
Memorial 1 Community Churches. At an assem- property between 57th approved a resolution

Church, announced to his Business is the big news and 58th Streets, was permitting the county to
that Travel ServiceF. denied by the Holmes conduct a feasibility study
congregation Sunday on the Island this week as
Beach Board of Aldermen in the city on the use of
he will leave his
pastorateat some local businesses David Boo/er, owner
the end of June. have changed hands and of Bay Area Insurance Tuesday evening. the water from the proposed I
(Developers of a small Manatee River dam.
After leaving the church, Y some new businesses are this week opened a new
center had asked Twist said he felt
he will be the shopping Mayor
project opening for the first time. service at his agency In
the r for an extension of com- the city would have to
director in
Migrant the Island Cen-
Program of the Community Motel To Reopen ter. Shopping/ merc lal ;zoning toward the modify its stand shout a

) Service Foundation. 'I he Nomad Motel, 8t It In to lx known an Bay: rear of the property in
The foundation is anon Gulf Drive and 68th Street Area Travel Service and order to build Proposed /
service station further
profit private foundation Is scheduled to reopen will be operated underBoocer's
from Marina Drive. The
which has been In existence
Saturday June 5, after
supervision, by
vote of the hoard
25 years with its having been closed since Mrs. Joyce Duncan. was
principal emphasis on unanimous, with one
November. Mrs. Duncan has had
work among underprivileged A new corporation, more than nix years of member abstaining.A .
REV RICHARD 1 K, WIGGINS tentative budget fur
groups with heavy Nomad Motel Inc., ban travel agency experience, *
concentration upon the bly in Orlando late in purchased the ''-unlt both In Bradenton\ and In the fiscal year starting T Ia
Negro. An expanded November he was elected May 1 was approved. It
program facility from the bankrupt ,Arl/ona and will offer a
among the migrants president of the Florida estate of Mr. and Mrs. completely personall/ed totaled $67,628, up $Ht. tt4

is being made possibleby Council of Churches, an Jean Paul St. Laurent. travel service to Island from last year's budget ,
funds from the Officeof ecumenical ortJnll.atlonmJde Principals In the new residents and visitors. of $58,674. City Clerk '

Economic Opportunity up of eleven of the corporation are Mr. and She is able to arrangefor Mrs. Pauline Archer said
and thus is dependent on prate's Protestant church Mrs. Irving W. Beard, travel to any part of the auditor's figures. as
of May I showed the \1
city
continuing support from groups. formerly of Clarence, the world by all methodsof
Washington. lie will be Wiggins Is a native of N. Y., who will be resident transportation. had a net worth of $52- BUD HAMMOCK
director of Region One, hllenton. He completedhis managers, and Albert II. :356.58, Including all land, sewage disposal plant for
which consists of Manatee undergraduate studiesat Meyer II and Howard S & S PlazaA buildings, and equipment.Joe the city's commercial

Sarasota and Hills- Florida Southern College Meyer both of Amherst new shopping t center W."lIud"lIammuck. establishments. Because
borough counties with an In Lakeland, and a former sheriff's deputy, of Federal funds available
N. V.Mr.and. S & S Plata' : is now under
office in Bradenton.In earned hlH' Bachelor of Mrs. Beard have construction on the south was appointed to tbeclty H only to a municipality, the

October Wiggins was Divinity degree from the been seasonal visitors to side of 5Jrd Street (Gulf; police department as a mayor said the city would .
elected to his second term (Continued on Page :3) the Island for the past five 1 Drive) in Holmes Beach patrolman at an annual have to become Implicated .,
salary I of $1,600.) Hammock In obtaining the funds for
years and own other prop- across the street from
Garbage BargesTo Bradenton Beach erty In Holmes Beach. the 'Island Shopping Cen has been workingon the plant. Cost of the
a temporary basis for plant, however would bo
'I hey formerly operated ter. i
Sink On Reef Approves Survey ihelr own real estate It Is being built by Louis approximately I I two borne only by the commercial JI

Two large garbage I-xtenslon of Manatee agency In Clarence for Baroln Bradenton Beach months and has dune well, Interests usingIt

scows will be added to County's proposed WJrl'rNVirl'm 20 years. I hey have three contractor for owners, according. loMayor Elmer and no cost would be
the county's artificial fll Bradenton G. I wist. paid by the city.
children a son William Andrew Sellas and Peter ,
fishing reef In the Gulf Beach was tentatively approved I 18, who plans to enter Stellas of Chicago and A petition signed by a Alderman Merrill Trltt'
according to a statement by the cityiouncll the University of Miami Holmes! Beach, for several number of property owners reported on conferenceswith
last week by Ken Foster last week. a daughter l-.H/abcth. 1 % years the owners of the on 48th. Street consulting sanitary
assistant Manatee County Councilmen adopted a and another son. Warren S. S. White Sands Motel. requested that Ihe street engineering firms, one of
engineer.The resolution at a special; who IH 12. Mr. Beard's They new facility will be paved with the city which will be engaged on

wooden barges, each meeting, permitting the mother Mrs. Roland K. have 10.400 square 'feel paying one third Ihe cost, a retainer fee of $123 per

130 feet long 40 feet wide county commission to Beard has spent eight of floor cpace; in additionto and property owners on month until the plant Is
each side of the Installed.A .
and 12 feet high, are make a survey In the cityof months on the Island for the present building at street
partially submerged, ihe feasibility of each of the S l I' lying one third. The re- letter from the Holmes
providing past ten years. (Continued_ on Page )
...
(tjosl was approved by the BeachloreOwners/
the bottom
resting on near water servicethere. .
Piney Point. Previouslythey board, arid July 6 set ana Association was read In

had been sunk in 30 Al present no regular date for a hearing on the which the asses iation's

feet of water at Port Sutton water company provides matter. (Continued on Page 2)

near Tampa.Tropic service in Bradentun
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ana Products, Beach. The residents are ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
owner of the barges, has served by a number of
agreed to raise them if small private water com w..., R..I.UT
the will row themto and _,.
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panics by
county private T_,.........
the site of the reef, wells.A .
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USA N w 4 tilth
which is a nautical mile SI3. .mllllonrt'\'t'"Ut' -.

due west of the Manatee bond Issue for a countywide May 2 i 76 HI 86 !8'J' 82 None

County Beach in Holmes water system r* May 26 77 8J 86 'N) 82 None

Beach. Gently wan validated by ., May 2776 HI"7 W 82 None
Foster said the Army the court. Source of the May 28 76 81 86 "<<) 8J None

Engineers Jacksonville wjter will be a reservoir ...-" ;May 2V -78 8' '83 have given approval by formed by a dam to he .. -- c May iO -7S 84 86 '*) 8' None
phone, and written per built on the upper Manatee Nomad Motel, which U scheduled to reopen this week May 1176 83 H\ 'N) 8ft NuncUNIVEi,5TY
(Continued on Page l) (Continued on Page 1) (LSLANDFR PHOTO)



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S'ense QKv 1 h" S'i1ve' ells andCockle

by THE EDITORA shells

former Manatee County Commissioner, who was
defeated in November in a bid for reelection after And HOW does your garden grow?
serving two full terms, despite his oftenexpressedconcern "
for Manatee County, its people and its Cif' Have you noticed the many beautiful royal poincianatrees
problems, has now given up and moved to Sarasota. : ,, now blooming both on the Island and the main-
rrl land? So many clusters of red and orange-red flowersare
Our man In Lewiston rendered us this terse report 'I' appearing that it would be impossible to selectone
after last week's "heavyweight championship fight": .. ",, which is more beautiful than the others. Does it
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"They'd rather do anything than fight. Home Friday. l.. -iJ 'f seem to you that they are more "flamboyant" this
. Best regards." All contained in a ten-word straight year than last? Wonder if the warm winter helped.
telegram. '"' .. ... f They start readily from seeds so culture is relativelyeasy.
.. < : ,. Do give them plenty of room--they are fast
Every Florida resident who owns a pleasure boat Garden planted by the Anna Maria and Island Garden growers and will grow to twenty or thirty feet, some-
propelled by a motor of more than ten horsepowermust Clubs is located at the corner of'Bay Boulevard and times spreading twice that distance.
renew his boat license before June 30. Hibiscus, in the Anna Maria Bayfront Park. The *
Renewal licenses this year are decals cut in the garden is kept alive through the efforts of Allan Did you know that when the commercial chrysanthemum -
shape of the State of Florida, and colored dark blue Brown and Al Jones, who water and weed it. growers light their vast fields at night they are
and edged with orange. Against the blue background, (ISLANDER PHOTO) trying to retard the bloom--not encourage it. Dr. Post
the words, "Expiration Date 6-30-66" are printed.The of Cornell University advises that: if you want your
licenses are on sale at the County Tag Office, Island Youth Center LittleThe mums to bloom ahead of the normal schedule, plant
53610th Street West, Bradenton. County Tag Agent meeting of the board them where they'll have shade in the mornings and
Guy McNeely says that any boat owner can renew of directors of the Island Boy's late afternoons. The chrysanthemum buds are formed
his boat license at any tag office in the state. Youth Center will be held when the nights are long.,
Although some few boat owners do not take the at the Youth Center Mon- Dream
matter of licensing their craft too seriously, one day, June 7, at 8 p.m.,
Anna Maria gentleman of our acquaintance, was instead of Tuesday.The .}
-4 taken to task for failing to have his boat licensed a heldat
pram regatta y
couple of years ago, and had to pay a fairly substan- Longboat Key, Sunday, l

tial fine. May 23, was attended by ._. .
18 boys and girls of the ....-,
An Island in the Gulf, which we will call "Island A, Youth Center. Eleven of J
and which looks very much like Anna Maria, has a the pram sailors partici-
long sweep of lovely white Gulf beach. In addition, pated in the regatta. Jeff (. '
some long gone early settlers on that island platted Boyd placed eighth in the While watching a bird or pulling a weed,do you lay
their subdivisions so that almost every street leadingto boys' races, in which 40 Jr down your trowel and then spend precious minutes
the Gulf was and is used as an access to the beach. prams were entered. Lee ) >1! trying to find It? Read a wonderful suggestion this
Thus can all residents and visitors reach the Gulf, Ann Hoffman placed tenth week--paint all the handles of your garden tools
and enjoy those beaches. Also, two county owned in the girls races, in J 1 bright red. (U you're color blind--red won't help but
beaches are located on Island A, and offer recreationto which 22 prams took part. then you might paint them blue--there's a little bit
the thousands of county residents and visitors who Four Island youngsters ; of blue in each red stoplight Just so the color blind
live on the mainland.A took part in the race for r can tell which light is red.)
second island, "Island B," also is located in the children under 12. j *
Gulf. It is nearly twice as long as Island A, so Dr. Herbert Boyd and Saw this sign on a recent trip to North Carolina:
consequently has nearly twice as much Gulf beach. Richard LeBlanc assisted "Fresh food pre-paired daily in our kitchens." Ever
But its early settlers and policy makers either were pram leader Arthur Bon- try to prepair a pear?
too selfish or short-sighted to plat their subdivi- ner at the regatta.A *
sions so that streets leading to the Gulf furnished number of boys from i Are you pinching back your poinsettias now to
free access to the beaches. In fact, in that entire 14 to 75 are still neededin r increase the branching and ultimately the bloom?
length of beach, there is only ONE street which order to have four Keep pinching them back until about September first,
residents can use to get to the beach.A softball teams this sum- and with favorable conditions, they should bloom for
large subdivision at the opposite end of Island B mer. They may registerwith 'a Christmas. This suggestion came from the Extension
has sold many of its homesites through advertisingin Ernie Cagnina at the STEVEN HbKE, five, of Service in Eustis, Florida: if several of the last tip
national magazines, and in ads which stress Anna Maria IGA Store. Orlando, with 6-pound, cuttings (10 or 12 inches long)taken in September are
"enjoy our miles of white sand beaches." 28-1/2-inch snook he placed in a pot of fertile soil, enough will develop
Chaperons at last week's caught from the dock at roots to make a large blooming plant for the holidays.It .
dance at the Teen Club Lay-Z-Liv-N Motel in would be fun to try it this year--let me know the
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradenton Beach while results if you do.
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Robvisiting there over the *
ri1iii ert Daughaday, and Mr. weekend with his parents, To know of someone here and there whom we accord
and Mrs. R. M. Guild. Mr. and Mrs. Gene lloke with, who is living on with us, even in silence--this
The Swinging Six played. (ISLANDER PHOTO) makes our earthly ball a peopled garden.Wllhelm .
Meister s Apprenticeship
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See you next week.
GINNIE



Holmes Beach Budget)



May 1, 1965 through April 30, I 1966
z :: ESTIMATED RECEIPTS:
State Cigarette Tax 515,000]
V9r Florida P & L Franchise 10,500]
Licenses and Permits (Net) 8,000]
County Road Tax Refund 17.800J
Collections on Certificates 575
Interest 725
Court Fines 2.000!
) Receipts from Yacht Marina 600]
Miscellaneous 500}

4W r On Deposit in Island Bank 6,925

Certificate of Deposit 5,01X1
TOTAL J67.624

ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES:
General Accounts:
r Salaries (Clerk & Officials) S 4,30(
Legal, Audit & Elections 2.00(1
Office Supplies '5<
Building Maintenance & Supplies 1,250}
Advertising 250
Insurance 650
Social Security 600

SUMMER SUNSET Police Salaries ,
Tarpon are still the big news in fishing circles this Police Miscellaneous TOO
The Islander week. Above are Capt. Bobby Buswell of the BO-JO Mosquito ControlBeautification 500
out of St. Petersburg, and Harry Shekita of St. 3,850
An Independent Weekly published Petersburg Beach, with 172-pound. 76-inch Silver Donations 1,550
. every Thursday by THE ISLANDER which Shekita off Pass and 8,500
Pine.O../ King caught Longboat Tuesday City Equipment Property
PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 morning. The fish had a girth of 401/2 Inches. Disasters & Emergencies 3,500
Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida The largest tarpon ever caught in the 30 plus-year Miscellaneous 1.P2
EDITOR: STEVE KIM HALLS? ,:, history of the Jaycee Tarpon Roundup was caught by Road Account:
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ADVERT ISING MANAGER: 2 ... Oscar S. Stein of Cleveland, Ohio. It weighed 174 Road Maintenance 16,850i
MARGE KIMBALL pounds, and was caught in 1935, the first year the Street Lights 3.600
Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna -'t tournament operated. In all probability, therefore Signs 600
Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 9 Shekita's catch will be the largest in this year's Engineer's Salary 3.000
33501 I tournament, which has another month and half to go. Engineer's MileageMaintenance 150
Entered as Second Class matter The potential pri/e-winner was weighed in at the Men 3.500
under the Act of March 3, 187Q Bayou Marina in Anna Maria. (ISLANDER PHOTO) TOTAL J67.628Page




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WIGGINS TO LEAVE. of the Community Churchis
(Continued from Page 1)) needed today, as it h
Candler School of Theology reminds the people of all
at Emery Universityin churches everywhere that F 7 .i
Atlanta.He we share much in common (
is married and has within the Christian faith I
three children,and before and need to work ever
coming to Roser as its closer together in har-
pastor in 1955, served mony and peace. This
pastorates in St. Peters- spirit of cooperation is
burg and Lawrenceville, evident within the life of '.A A4
Ga. the several churches on ,1 R'
His official resignationwas this Island and in the 't /F1, 1i
to be submitted to a county. I will retain my 1 if '
meeting of the council of present ministerial rela-
the church at a meeting tionships as I ultimatelyplan :
Wednesday evening.He to re-enter the 4 ::
plans to move away church in the future. Y C
from the Island.In "Meanwhile >
my grow- ,
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an interview Tuesday, ing interest and concern >o *\
Wiggins made the follow- for minority groups N
ing statement: makes this opportunity a :\ J r 'dO. 1
"This has been the most challenge. I will be directly .k +M of M:1 J
difficult decision I have involved in seekingto A bride of a few days and a bride to be, both teachersat
ever made in my lifetime. meet the needs of a the Island School were honored recently at a linen
These past ten years have 'forgotten people.' shower at the home of Mrs.IE.1I.l liggins of 77th St.,
been a source of meaningful Holmes Beach. Their fellow teachers at the school I
and rewarding experi- BRADENTON DEACH. and a few close friends attended the shower and buffet
ences. Our family has put (Continued from Page 1) supper. Left to right arc: Mrs. M. B. Harrison of
down roots within the River. Palmetto mother of Mrs. Boyd Hoskins(second from
community and the life of The county commission left), who teaches a first grade class at the school,
the church which are deep expects to complete its and who was married May 17; Mrs.lII gins;Miss Pat '
and will be difficult to survey of Bradenton Millican of Bradenton sixth-grade teacher who was
withdraw. I am certain Beach by September whena to become the bride of William K. Whitfield of h .
we will never totally remove report will be submittedto Bradenton on May 26, and Mrs. W. D. Whitfield :
ourselves from the city council for a mother of the groom to be. (ISLANDER PHOTO BY
these relationships that decision on whether or not ED BAUMAN)
we have so thoroughly to proceed with the pro
enjoyed. Our relation- ject. At a recent confer !
ships with the good peopleof ence, commissioners told
the community and the Bradenton Beach Councilmen '. .
church will continue to bea that the county water t ;,.""o
source of inspirationand service would be availableby JERRY MELLIN of Anna Maria with 6-pound
will provide us the fall of 1966.A 23 1/2-inch flounder he caught Sunday afternoon.
strength and courage to similar resolution was Jerry, while swimming in the Gulf noticed the I
meet future responsibilities. adopted last week by the flounder, and dashed out of the water to find a ,
Longboat Key Town Commission small stick which he used as a spear to land the I
"I have thoroughly enjoyed and has been fish. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
my ministry at the endorsed by the other
Roser Memorial Commu- municipalities on the Is- HH A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER I
nity Church. The people land. THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE I
have been very kind to our SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH I
family and particularlyto GARBAGE BARGES. WEEK FOR ONLY $:.1.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. s.
a young man just out (Continued from Page 1) '" Call 778..2021. or write: Ilex 757, Anna Maria Fla.
of the seminary and assuming mission is expected soon. Cub Scout members of Pack 7 as they visited the
his first full time The project will be Fos Anna Maria Fire Station recently. The visit was
pastorate. The message ter's last one on the reefs.tJLamu part of "Know Your Town" project. (Islander Photo)
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ANNOUNCINGThe ,
Vv l h h ) I ') L At .H J t i :\ l Y \
C.atiaad OPENING of

maIal.aanc. Specials June 3-4-5


Joe Todd's Gulf Service TUSSY DEODORANT SPECIAL \

Anti.perspirant REG $1.00 50*
5804 MARINA DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH

P.P'H.O. RICHARDS lOX 3U PHONE 7782776O.r 18 oz Micrii 99

Phon 771-3379 ANNA MAliA, FLORIDA REG $1.29 t

Motto @ Sweet 'n Lovely SPECIAL

"SERVICE, Spray on After Hath Powdcr $129

WELCOMETO FRIENDLINESS I REG $2.00

EFFICIENCY" 32 oz Good Hop REG SPECIAL

Pink Lotion Detergent 59< 39*
THE 7 a.m. 9 p.m. Daily

8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sun. Cory Coffee Brewer SPECIAL

FREE PICK-UP 6 DELIVERY
tWVl&JON 4.8 cup REG $3.98 $2.99 I It
V Service by Appointment '

54 cttte
J REG 751

THE GULF GRAND OPENINGJune Tanning Cream $2.20


The Nomad Beach Apartments 345.6 30 M,. .c REG QOt

Multiple Vitamins $2.59 '
6802 Gulf Drive at 68th St., Come in for your FREE Gift I

Holmes Beach We have a wide selection- of Foldiif AI..I... Cot $7.99


.. 2 EFFICIENCIES BEDROOM APARTMENTS BASKETS Portugal PhilippinesMexico.- imported from Spain Cishioi East C .ls. Pud $1.99WE


DELUXE PENTHOUSE SUITES You will also find uniqueGIFTShandcraftedJEWELRY GIVE GREEN STAMPS


FINEST BEACH WEST COAST ,
on Island
contemporary CARDS and many
IIICOO'S
60 Foot POOLWITH other THINGS. ( ( PharmacyJ.

DIVING IOAID I SLIDE D. Wf.S1 ftii.iilxphones

WEEIEND GUESTS ..d OVEI-NIGHTS WELCOME !jilts n tiling( 778.1411 8 to 8 W..kda/s

Nights 778.2075 8 to 2 Sundays
RATE SHEETS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST On Gulf DrivcAt lih Sr.-Bradcnton Beach

PHONE 778-1977 OPEN DAILY 10 It 4 SUNDAY NOON ft S 5904 MARINA DRIVE



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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 3, 1965


BOB LEVENSON of Key Guests atftie Motels

Royale Drive, Holmes
MERRIMAC ON THE GULFS Mr. and Mrs.Edward Corty Sr. of Eagle Lake
Beach last week was the
..Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gorfy Jr. of Winter Haven...Mr and Mrs. H. L.
recipient of an award by Lochart of Plant City, and daughter.
the Bradenton Rotary Club EAST 0' THE SUN Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lindauer of Springfield, N.J...
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Freeman of Valrico...Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of
for being the outstanding r Ashland Ky.. and family...Mr. and Mrs. George Russell of Union, Mo., and
boy in the senior class at family.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. D.Babcockof Orlando..Mr. and
Manatee High School. Mrs. W. C. Hamson of Lake Wale ...Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Manley of Bowling
Levenson, son of Mrs. Green...Mr. and Mrs. W. H. A. Dalton of Ml. Vernon, N. Y...Mr. and Mrs.C. .
A. Roberts of Fort Lauderdale.
Marjorie Levenson and FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Miss Nikki Tien of Naples.
the late Barrett Levenson, GABA APARTMENTS: Marie Kolar of Berwyn, Ill...Carl Langer of
Czechoslovakia, uncle of Edward Caba, making his first visit to this country.S. .
recently was one of two S.WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs.C. Newman of Hamilton, Ont...
seniors at Manatee High Mr. and Mrs.James Matterson of Orlando.
named to the school Hallof WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Curie of Mulberry,
and family.
. Fame. TOPAZ MOTEL:Mr. and Mrs. A.Bowell of Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. Robert
He is president of the aOB LEVENSON Tickal of Middletown, Ohio...Mrs. W. L.Holland of Palmetto, and daughter
...Mr. and Mrs.David Shelton of Charlotte N.C...Larry Woollan of Tampa.
Student Council; a member of the High School and party...A. K.Thompson of Fort Meade...Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davenportof
Symphonic Band, and manager and a member of theRaisin' Brandon...J. Clark of Lakeland...Mr. and Mrs. Carl C.McQuinn of
Tampa...Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown of Buffalo. N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. R.
Canes, school dance band. He also was one Saunders of Bradenton..Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas of St. Petersburg...
of the senior students recognized by Phi Beta Kappafor Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell of Tallahassee.
COOPER BIMINI BAY APARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. B. B.Kramer of Santa
scholarship, and a few weeks ago was named a Monica Calif.PROTHERO.
$ member of the National Honor Society. APARTMENTS:Mr. and Mrs. S. D.McElyea of Webster.
THE ROCKETTES' CULF TO BAY MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Saunders
I COMMANDER JAMES W. KISSICK JR.(USN) son of
of Macon Ga..Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holland Jacksonville..Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mable A. Kissick of Bradenton Beach, recently Frank L.Smith of Mulberry...Mr. and Mrs. John Mayberry of Palmetto...
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson of Plant City...
Dobbe of Holmes Beach senior Manatee participated in the largest combat amphibious
Mary a at opera-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bryant of Bradenton...Mr.and Mrs. Vernon D. Refer of
High School, with awards presented to her at recent tion since Inchon, Korea in 1950, while serving Orlando...Mrs. Jean T. Ellis of Cocoa, and family...Mr. and Mrs. Dan
annual awards assembly. aboard the amphibious assault ship USS PRINCETON. Parker of Hialeah.
ROD & REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rlskl of Tampa...Mr. and
Initial elements of the Fourth Marine Regiment and Mrs. J.W. McQuarter of Bradenton...Mr.and Mrs.C.Slater of Clearwater,
MARY DOBBE of Haverkos Court, Holmes Beach, Third Reconnaissance Battalion were landed at Chu and children..Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Eaton of
Inverneaa...Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Reynolds of St. Petersburg...Mn. AnnaT.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dobbe, last week wona Lai, Republic of Viet Nam on May 7. This was the Pope of Penney Farms...Mr.and Mrs.H.E. Whitaker of Buffalo, N. Y...
trophy at Manatee High School as best actress of first completely "over the beach" landing in the four Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Balsom, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Patrick of St. Peters
..Mr. and Mrs. R. W.Cavendish of Miami,and family...Mr. and Mrs.
burg.
the year. The award Is voted on by all the students in American amphibious landings that have been made in Robert Benjamin of Lakeland...Mr.and Mn.Max W.Galllsen of Auburndale,
the Drama Club and is awarded to one senior girl South Viet Nam. and family...Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harrell of Winter Haven..Mr. and

each year. She also won the Arion Award, a medal for JERRY L. ADAMS, Aviation Structural Mechanic Mrs.HALEY'S E. E. MOTEL Anderson: Fred of Lake Cettlg Wales.Joe Slrmows,Herb Hastings;Mr. and Mrs.

the most outstanding musician in the vocal depart- Third Class, USN,is serving with Attack Squadron 55, Harry Sheklta, and Dr.and Mrs.Robert Hehenberger,all of St. Petersburg...
ment, also voted by the student members of the currently deployed at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mr. and Mrs. James H. King of Columbus, Ohio. ..Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Rhodes of Lake Wales.R. D. Harmon and Thomas M.Stubbs Jr. of
department. It is the highest and most coveted awardin Fallon, Nev. Sewanee Tenn.LAYZLIVN.
the music department. A third award to Miss Dobbe The squadron is conducting extensive weapons MOTEL Mr. and Mrs.Henry M.Motley Wallace. N. C...
Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Williams; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Freeman; Miss Linda
was a Torchbearer's Pin, presented to a number of delivery training and various tests in conjunction with Brow; John Couch Miss Yvonne Hutto; Mrs. Lucile Walden and Franklin
students each year, for "outstanding service to theschool" Joint Task Force Two, and all-service field aircrafttest Walden all of Plant City...Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Wilder and Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Miller of Bartow..Mr. and Mrs. Cobert D. Wilson and Mr. and
by a student in his own free time and of his organization. Mrs. O. Fenton Wells of Lakeland...Mr.and Mrs.Johnny Conlglla of Tampa
own free will. Adams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Adamsof ...Mr. and Mrs. G. Wade Joen of Palmetto.

Other Island students honored were: LINDA BAR- 205 Highland Avenue, Bradenton Beach.
OETZEL of Crescent Drive Anna Maria
MRS. C. J.
RETT, one of two recipients of keys in the speech TERRI HAYES (Mrs. William B.) of 865 North ,
has sold her home here and to to
move Bay-
plans
department BERNIE CLARK and LYNN PRIT- Shore Drive, Anna Maria, is the writer of "Sew

CHARD, recipients scholarships to Manatee Junior Right For You," a new feature this week in the shore Gardens.MR. .
from the Island Club section of the St. AND MRS. FRANK GILES of Holmes Boulevard,
College Kiwanis MARY Family Today Petersburg Times.
Holmes Beach have left the in
ANN BARTON, English award for having all A's MARY TEBBETTS of Oak Avenue, Anna Maria, to spend summer

MARY ANN BARTON and LYNN PRITCHARD, schol- recently was voted the year's most improved golferby Clayton, Ga.
MR. AND MRS. WALTER M. NORTON of Key
arship award citations by Phi Beta Kappa DALE the Women's Golf Association of the Bradenton
WOODLAND, award for ten years' perfect attendance Country Club. Mary, wife of Cleveland Manager Royale, Holmes Beach, plan to be in Chicago until

RALPH KRETZER, award for five years' Birdie Tebbetts, teamed with Vonda Green to win theassociation's November.MR. .
RYDER of 72nd Street Holmes
AND MRS.J.W. ,
perfect attendance. final tournament of the season.
Beach will the five months in Dillard Ga.
KATHIE HOWEY of Cortez won an award in Journalism MR. AND MRS. JOE MIZEN of Bay Boulevard, spend next ,
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT B.COLLINS of 75th Street
for the best writing by a first year student; a Anna Maria, are leaving this week for St. Germain, ,
Holmes this week for Laconia
scholarship award citation by Phi Beta Kappa, anda Wis., where they will spend the summer. On their Beach, are leaving ,
N. H. their home there for the
scholarship to Manatee Junior College from the way they will visit in South Bend, Ind. for two weeks. to occupy summer

"Z" Club. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT CARLIN of North Bay next several months.
MR. MRS. S. BURNHAM of Fir Avenue
AND A.
ROSEMARY SCANIO of Magnolia Avenue, Anna Boulevard, Anna Maria, left a few days ago for four
Anna Maria have returned to their summer home at
Maria, daughter of Mrs. Antoinette Scanio, was namedone months at Lake Junaluska, N. C. ,
East Wolfeboro N. H.
of the top four percent for scholastic achievementin MRS. EARLE G. CROMER of Crescent Drive, Anna Anna Maria has
MRS. MAY BELL of Maple Avenue, ,
the ninth grade class at Walker Junior High School. Maria, will spend the summer in Maywood, 111. left on a brief tripto British Columbia, and will spendthe

MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR VAN WINKLE of Key MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. TOBIN 71 st St., Holmes balance of the summer in Minneapolis.
Royale left this week to spend the summer in Canada. Beach, will spend the summer in Blind River, Ont.
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SPOTLIGHT ON ISLAND BUSINESS Island! Little League Roser GuildThe

(Continued from Page 1) The shop will specializein Island Little League action Women's Guild of
the western end of the baskets"every shape last week saw the Roser Memorial. ommu-
complex, which houses a and form," and also will Mets wallop the Reds nity Church will hold its (
dry cleaning plant. offer a line of handmade Monday evening, allowing regular monthly luncheon
Rentals of the center jewelry featuring semi- only one hit, and winning meeting at 11:30 a.m., '
are being handled by Dick precious stones. The jew- by a score of 20 to O. Tuesday, June 8. It will
Wagner, Realtor, of Dra- elry is made by Miss Tuesday evening the take place at the home of
denton Beach, who also Shannon father who livesin Mets stretched their winning Mrs. James Ward of 218
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handled the sale of the Tampa, and who isa .; a streak to six games South Harbor Drive,
two parcels of property. lapidary of many years' I by beating the Red Sox 11 Holmes Beach. A carryin -
Part of the property Including experience. to 3. luncheon will be served
the existing Grand opening of the The Reds went into a tie and those attending are
building, was purchasedfrom shop is planned for Thurs- with the Red Sox for asked to take a covered
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. day, Friday, Saturday and N second place by beating dish, table service and a
Riles of Holmes Beach, Sunday,June 3-6, and each them 15 to 11 on Thursday folding chair. Ruth Group
and the second part from visitor to the shop will evening.Ten will be in charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. receive a free gift. top batters in the luncheon.The .
Raymond of Miami. Miss Shannon, who has league are: Tim Rotolo business meetingand
lived in New York City Ten-year-old Michelle Richards of Anna Maria, .703; Nicky Norwood program will follow
Curtis Blue Wave for the past few years, inspecting truck her father has purchased for new .613 Jim Lease, .579; the luncheon, with the
Dexter and Jeanne Jones, formerly lived in Tampa, lawn and yard service on the Island. Rusty Stiltner .563 Jim program to be a "Hobby
owners of the Blue Wave and for several years was Todd plans to keep his Herringshaw, .542; Del Time," when the women
Service Station at 1607 advertising manager for new station open from Special Service Tison, .533; Tom llamer, will tell about their own
Gulf Drive, Bradenton Madison Drugs, until it 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.weekdays Gloria Dei Lutheran .528; Jim Rice, .500; hobbies and share their
Beach, for the past 14 was sold to Liggett.s.She and from ft to 6 on Sunday. Church will observe the George Dykstra,.464,and talents. All women of the
years have leased their has been a visitor to the Festival of Pentecost with Dan Herrin shaw, .444. community are invited to
station. Island since 1944. Miss New Lawn ServicePaul the celebration of Holy Schedule for the week: attend.
The station, to be knownas Hurst moved here from Richards of Park Communion at the morn- Thursday, June 3, Redsvs. High Twelve Club
"Curtis Blue Wave," New York City, and both Avenue, Anna Maria, is ing worship service on Mets Monday,June 7,
will be operated by Curtis women now make their another new Island busi- Sunday, June 6. Reds vs. Red Sox, and The Island High Twelve
Dunning, and his son, home on 30th Street, ness man.Richards. A group of adults will Tuesday, June 8, Mets vs. Club will meet at the Gulf
David Dunning, both of Holmes Beach. retired from be received into member- Reds. Terrace Restaurant at
Bradenton.The Gulf StationThe the Army as a major of ship in the congregationby noon, Thursday, June 3,
New
Roser MemorialGraduating
Dunnings moved to Artillery after more than the pastor, the Rev. with Chairman Dan Mc-
Florida from Rich Square, new Gulf service 20 years of active service, Lester M. Utz, at the seniors will Clure of the Manatee
N. C. in 1957. The elder station at Marina Drive moved to Anna Maria with beginning of the service, be honored at the 9 a.m. County Commission to be
Dunning, who also owns and 59th Street, Holmes his wife and daughter following the Service of morning worship serviceat the speaker.
and operates a Texaco Beach, opened a few days Michelle about a year ago. Confession.The Roser Memorial Com- McClure will discussthe
station in Oneco,has been ago, with Joe Todd Jr. of After a few months of last in a series of munity Church, Sunday, new Port Manatee
operating service stationsfor Bradenton as owner-man pursuing his hobbles, he nine Sunday evening fellowship June 6, when each will project at Piney Point,
20 years, and the son ager. decided he wanted to go suppers will be be presented with a gift and also the county's pro
has been In the businessfor Todd who has been in to work again, and starteda served in the parish hall from the church. Those jected new water system,
seven years. the service station busi- lawn and garden service of the church at 5:30. A members of the church and the possible effectsof
They plan to keep the ness "all his life," has to take care of his desire special feature of the eve- who will be honored arc the two projects on the
Island station open from been associated with his for a job.A ning's program will be Mary Frances Dobbe, economy of Manatee
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. each father in operating a sta- native of Westwood, recognition of recent high Gale Mcllin. Beth Mus- County.
weekday, and to be openon tion on Manatee Avenue, Calif., Richards was a school and college grad- sinan, Mary Lynn Sterner, Hermann Storrer of
Sunday. Bradenton. They moved to movie prop man before uates of the congregation, Susan Wright, Gerald Holmes Beach, a memberand
Bradenton a few Guild, Tom Leonard and director of the club
years ago entering the service in who will be honored ,
Gifts 'N Things from Rocky Mount, N. C. World War II.He traveled guests. Another feature of Chris Woodland. Other will speak at the follow
Joyce Shannon and Evey This new Island businessman extensively in the service, the program will be a song seniors who have been ing week's meeting.. lie
Hurst are the owner-man- is married and has serving in Germany eight fest, to be conducted by active In the church, and formerly owned a large
agers of a new shop, one child. He now lives in years in Japan three, and William Lee, using new who also will be honored, Rochester, N. Y. bakery
"gifts 'n things," locatedon Bradenton but plans to in Spain six months. song books. are Linda Barrett, Jean and will use as the sub
Gulf Drive at 17th move to the Island as soon Daughaday and Fran ject of his talk "The
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UNCLASSIFIED IGA Boys' Contest Real Estate Sate

.dvwiM payment' required John and Alma Jeronimo
Standings this week in
ST. BERNARD MISSION t lin 4lJDOX minimum the Boys Contest at the i of Tampa have purchaseda
(CATHOLIC) j' lakefront homesite at
WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO locate Anna Maria IGA Store are
R... Francis F. wcismilUr your business or profession at the as follows: I rr Y the corner of North Shore
Holmes Beach Shopping Center on Drive and Cocoanut Ave-
MASS SUNDAY I 6 & 10 an Beautiful Anna Marla Island? 100feet B. Green 6,501 j d
WEEKDAYS am of highway frontage, and will lease or D. Tarry 1,634A. I nue, Anna Maria, from
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm build to suit your needs. Contact j Mr. and Mrs. John Maes.
ROSARY & BENEDICTIONWEDNESDAYSS JACK MARSHALL, REALTOR VanOstenb'ge 41,254T. The
transaction
7(30 pm M'M Bldg. Anna Marla 778-2614 Rotolo 33,102 | was negotiated -
Harvey Memorial ChvrchNonDenominational FOR SALES; 8-plece IllromeOCk; R. Maxon 26,663D. by Gertrude
tall Set.Including tray,$7.50.Cowhide of
I) Blassingame Anna Ma-
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brief case, $5. other miscellaneous Parrish 73,915 |
BroJvnlon Beach items. Call 778-2814. R. Adams 19,559 ria, registered real estate
R... A. W. Sims broker. The new owners
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE J. Eddowes 8,862 ,
SUNDAYS own other here.
property
9ilS am Sunday School MOWING EDGING. ETC. T. Jenkins 1,358 A TANGLE (Islander Photo by Rene Radon)
D. Godfrey 2,865
OirlstloM Sclonco Service I.
A. M. CoMMHnlty H.... KEN FELLOWS J. Norwood 11,012R.

SUNDAYS Phone 778-2894 after 4 P. M. Huffine 2,573J. i !I II I
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9iOO am Sunday Scrvlc Rice 4,372D. 'I
UtLUW; MAIU.I:.II 1IlCe Ianal- li I I(
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCHR. front Lots on 77th Street, $4OOO.72nd Lease 669B. J III I Ii; r rJI
... L.. R.IHM. PasUr Street. $4,000. 59th Street $4,000. Motter 691
Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately M. Morrick 1,446J. ,' I Ili I / I / 4 II
THURSDAY II
105x230 feet half block to Gulf. i I II, ,
Church Choir
7iOO
pm Price $16,500. Want $10.000 offer. Francis 955T. ii u
SUNDAYS I I'
814 am Sunday School JOHN B. PROTHERO, RegisteredReal Angell 2,963C. II l tl (
lOlOO am Worship S.rvlcSl30 Estate Broker 11 6.81 at Street Weaver 681S. !,! I l I lI! !, 'I
pm Concord Choir Holmes Beach, or call 778-2554. I I
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6l30 pm Worship Service STAMPS b SUPPLIES FOR COL- Lease 1,690H. I I I
LECTORS. Come in and let fill I I I) I
us
7130 pm Youth Fellowship I I I I I I II '
Stewart 4,873T.
those I
MONDAYS empty spaces In your album. I I
9lOO am WIN Ex Commit. We carry a supply for every collector. Kretzer 794D. I I III
lOiOO am WIN General Meeting You're welcome to come In fc browse.M. I
TUESDAY L. O'Connor Stamps b Supplies. Deam 2,872M.
130 pm Church Choir 2403-14th St. W Bradenron.747-2516. Dailey 1,648 r-
WEDNESDAY RARE BUY ON KEY ROYALEiNonwaterfront -
4tOO pm Int.rm.diat. CA corner lot across the street C. Girard 1,048W.
7iOO pra RA, Sunbeams, Jr. GA from Bay and Boat Basin.Underpriced Tison 1,374D.
7iOO pm Prayer Meeting at $3,960 Phone cash.778-1159.MAHAR REAL ESTATE Bower 1,432 1

A... MoHwrial ChurchN.nD.na.ln.tiomw WANTED; TO BUY All U.S. Coins The contest will end on I 4 II
( I) Cold, Currency or Foreign Coins of Saturday, June 5, with the H
.. any Country, or old Medals. Tokens,
Re Richer K. Wif i"
winners to be announcednext
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403
PeelerTHURSDAY Hthi St. W. Bradenton. Ph.747-2S16. week.
i-'OR SALk OR RENT rl 3-BR.2B4thHome
lOiOO am Guild Executive Board with Florida Room. Close to
4iOO pm Cantus Choir Beach. 5604 Guava Street, Holmes
7:30 pm Senior Choir Beach. Call 778-2167. Bill Stewart l I
SENIOR RECOGNITION ALTERATIONS on all kinds or Cloth- i
SUNDAYS Ing. Also Dressmaking Drapes.Mrs. PHOTOGRAPHERSTUDIO.
9iOO am Worship Service Punk Beard.! Phone 77gj4j'BRADENTON 1j\\ Js I
lOiOO am Fellowship Hour ; BEACH: Gulf Drive at I
lOlOO am Sunday School 1st Street North overlooking the Gulf.
lllOO am Membership Pr.paratory Pine sandy beach lovely apartmentsfor 1 I,1 -lO
ClassMONDAYS
rent on yearly basis$30 to J73 per ,
month. Ellen Apartments. 778-2614. I
9130 am Deaconess Meeting at
home of Mrs. Max Col.
7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7
TUESDAY Reasoner & Anson .

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FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDWe Now Leasing 'S&S PLAZA' DUPLEX AT 20176th Street,l Holmes' Beach.
Air Conditioning and Central Oil Heat. Two
[ have just listed a fine two-bedroom New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank Bedrooms each side. One apartment rentedby
FURNISHED CB home in one of the very best Large Store Space-Night llumination- the year. Well landscaped. Sprinkler
!residential areas of Anna Maria.Easy walking System. Boat Dock. Paved Street. Price
j to the beach and fishing; pier. Closed garage. Ample Parking Area-Modern In All Respects reduced to $17,500 for the next 30 days!
Drive by 620 North Bay Boulevard and note For Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464
this fine location. Shown by appointment only. JOHN B. PROTHERO
Call PEGGY MOORE for an appointment.
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PARRISH REALTY WATERFRONT
116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
H. rAIl ISH. Me' PIGGY "MAJMl" MOOKE. Atwcwtc
MODEL
Office Pfc .. AmM M.ri. .......: 771-1902
OPENat WANT_ -A BARGAIN -?

We have two homes that are
SECLUDED UNIQUE
holdovers from last year

Canal Front HomeMain WHICH WE MUST SELL I

House: Two Bedrooms, Bath, HUGE SEE 510.7Ut Strut
[Living Room, Den, Dining; Room, Spacious HOLMES Realtor 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
]Kitchen, Utility Room with bath, and one-car JACK FLORIDA ROOM
Another could be added). Central
[garage (
Attached PHONE 771.1'.1 6101 MAUNA DIIYE
heating &air conditioning.; GLASSED
'AND SCREENED HEATED POOL for year- HOLMES BEACH FLORIDA 531-70th Strttt
round use.Large; connecting studio with bath- 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
skylight and northern exposure--an artist'sor LARGE SCREENED LANAI
writer's dream--or use as a guest apart-
ment or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees GULF FRONT BUY DIRECTLY FROM BUILDERAT
and shrubs provide a park-like setting for this DISCOUNTED PRICE I
unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof
$45,000 cash, furnished, please do not Wm. B. LEE Co.
request an appointment to see the property. 778-1917

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Mah.r Real Esfaf. M -vf
MAHAI 110 MAHAIItfistwd THIS IS A LISTING I WOUll MAY

f .. !..! Estit Brtktrs LIKE 2 MONTHS AGO IICAUSE 01
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7702 feH "".; N.I_" ...c' 771-1159 THE FIIOUENT IIOUISTS FOI. .
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ClOSiTOSHOrMNG.CINTIINOHIWELL '

KEPT Completely Furnished 2-BR
BUY NOW One of the Island's best located EROSION FREE, Home in Excellent Condition. Beautiful Lot.
Waterfront properties. Lot 60x400, from Road to
Only a block from the Beach and Holmes
Gulf, with full Foreshore & Riparian Rights. Center, located
Beach Shopping yet no as to
OCCUPY NEXT SEASONWe
Huautiful erosion free beach. I wo Bedrooms, offer privacy.
Two Baths Air Conditioned Tile Roof, Full ...
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 $2,250 I
OPEN FOR INSPECTIONSee
as a furnished model until you 75-Foot" Wide, High Canal Lots at this
533 Key Royale Drive.This lovely 3 Bedroom remarkable price, wellHituatc-dIn residential I
need it.SEAFARER". 2 Bath Waterfront Home with the BIG VIEW is area. This offer for a LIMITEDTIMbONLY!
priced to sell! Terms rran .No Closing Co t".
Gertrude Blassingame

JACK MARSHALL Rtiltor ,V REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fran Maxon Associate A*

MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria :OQUIMA BUILDING PHONE 770.l3 '
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0400 GULF DRIVEHOLMES

lEACH ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND


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Apartments

KEY ROYALE condominium {

WATERFRONT LOT ownership

*LAST OF THE 1965 MODELS
I and: 2 Bedroom Apartments:

"ONLY $18,500 CASH I :and 2 BathsSWIMMING

If ADD $2,634 FOR FURNITUREIF POOLS15SOO
DESIRED TO $11,500
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ONLY $1,878 DOWN, t .. 5 EVIIT Dif
NO CLOSING COSTS,
IF TERMS DESIRED WRITE OR PHONE

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OVER 300 fEET OF GULF FRONTAS P. O. BOX 1152
BEAUTIFUL A IJhACII AS YOU CAN FIND HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 778-1917 Tim WOKLOOVIIRI:




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ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH
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ft Pays to Buy r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER CARDS IT GRADUATES

! & f BRIDES
1 where You LiveHobbiesRepairingor THE IDEALGraduation GIFTS *FATHERS

II It I I 1 Gift :r. .Free Gift & Mail Wrap

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Tensor LampsThe __ Wfcf Phine Photo Phlnishiii
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HAVE Many Uses 72e4' 1a4i JIU fuu*

PLYWOODALL Especially Prized By Students Hawaiiltfee

SIZES g SHAPES or WE WILL COMPACT easy to carry

-CUT TO FIT- YOUR NEEDS assorted colors d, / SCCC

$12.95NEW SUN DRESSES

SUMMER HOURS SHIFTS/
Noon on Wednesday
BLOUSES
CLOSED AT .
3o clock| on Saturday
SLACKS
fr.. delivery
Baked Fresh SHORTS
Holmes hick Supplies lie. Daily
Many Hand Screened Prints -
778-1131 BREAD CAKES PIES
2'rnJ"t'J"rrarrarrtr rrarr rnrJ"
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
COOKIES ; Another Shipment of aRose
DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER Lj
Marie Swim Suits

NEW 1965PHILCO ISLAND BAKERY 1 & 2 Piece Styles 8

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PHONE 778-2616 .
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Call 778-2012 Lay- ". ;' Phone
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Away rHtI4 778.1161
Ultra High Efficiency e. Sd.deveti Plan
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Multi-Room Air Conditioner Plumbing Contractor R a a :lutww ,1"' fl Wen.r.f

5306 Holmes Boulevard
FRESH MILK DAILY
SAVEuop25, % Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.

A YEAR HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone HANDY DANDY

on operating 778.1771 Days OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.

DON'T buy any air conditioneruntil $TMM.. 778-1440 Nights W1l..JW
you check the facts on *5i>r HOLMES BEACH ISLAND

PHILCO operating costs. AAA Service Mechanic SHOPPING CENTER 771-2110

NEW and USED CARS
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778-1472
ISLAND TV 7781703Corner
ALL TYPES BABY FURNITURE
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Folding Beds, Linens, Blankets, Pillows,
Fans, Hospital Beds
MANATEE COUNTY Planning ATrip ? 5305 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach


1M Pew cal SawcceoIc BEACH LIQUOR STORE
WATER COMPANY INC.Telephone.
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HOLMES BEACH: ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
: HAYING A FARTY ? LET US HELP

AIR LINES PARTY COUNSELORSYou v
Ring 778-2023 We BringThe
STEAMSHIPSRAILROADS House!
IELSIA VODIA Of & Vodka:
Fifths $2.99Cordials
QUART 3.99 Courtesy
.. 778-2022 TOURS Carstairs mm d
3 for $10.00Charter E Fifth $2.99
CRUISES o
Oak N II HOT.r COLD

.. ..:. .''. _--.-.....::: :::::-:- See 3 for $10.00 Y Busch FalstaK Bavarian
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-- ----. Black Label Fathers
Black Label
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-- alf /lua' 7'ttW SflWia CANS Day
$1.08 6k 5)J Coming S9C<< 6 pack
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE I nusr
Business Office Hey Mabel SOON o u
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The Entire IslandPage