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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 17, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PKY LIBRARY THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND

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710 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1965 TEN CENTS


Awards Made At Sand From South End Beach

Island School Used On Sarasota County Road

Scholarship and other
awards were made to the Several hundred yardsof to be until the matter of
pupils at the Anna Maria sand from the lower end the right-of-way at the
. Elementary School last of the Manatee County south end beach is settled
week. Beach at the south end of between the county and the
Honor awards were madeto the Island was hauled to State Road Department.
: Kathy Boyd, Joyce Longboat Key over the He said he felt the SRD
Akins, Angelica Lowe, weekend to help repair a was 100 percent within its
Vicki Pritchard, Johanna road washout in Sarasota rights in taking the sand,
Cobb and Nancy Welch. County. and he would continue the
The honor awards are State Road Department operation until a superiortold
made only to those pupils maintenance engineer him to stop. ...
who have received R. L. Everett of Sarasota Several trucks hauled
for both scholarship said he had talked with heavy rubble to the site
citizenship. Manatee County Commissioner of the highway washout on
Service awards Ralph Clark at the Route 789 Saturday in order -
to: Charles SRD budget hearings at to prevent damage to
Del Bower, Kathy ..I Bartow several months the road.
Johanna Cobb, .. ....... ago about the piles of Everett said about 50
Akins and Nancy -. .,; sand at the beach. Everett truckloads of sand from
Tom Rotolo was said Clark had told him to the south end had been
as the school's take as much of the sand hauled to the washout by

raiser." :). .' ".. us he needed.He noon, Sunday and that
Scholastic awards ..-or" did not make clear, most of it was washed out
made to: Mary r however, whether or not by the high tide at that
Peggy Bass, Carl Clark understood the sand time. He added that the

han Donna Deam, .. ,.., would be used in another SRD had been looking for
Duffy, Olena Hoard, county.In rock as far south as Fort
orah Holmes, Vale discussing the matter Myers, and that hauling of
Lovett and Marlon with a reporter Sunday, the sand from the south
of the fourth grade Everett contended that the end would continue until
taught by Mrs. sand is the property of the washout was com-
Piscitelli; the SRD and will continue pletely repaired.
Matthew Clark,
Hager, Janet Neff, Nigh WiUr Threatens Highway I
Rice, Barbara

sen, Henry S t e Extra high tides driven times, is the area where
Patricia Tebbetts, by a southwest wind flung the county is scheduled to
ome Welch. and rocks, sand and other debris begin construction soon on
' .. .
Wtafc .h.m of th '
State Road 789 two anti-erosion groins.
over
grade class taught by in Bradcnton Beach early The SRI also has plans
Margaret Drew; Friday morning. to build a seawall south of
Rebecca Wiggins, According to Bradcnton Bridge Street, to protect
Dennis,Marilyn Smith Beach Police Chief James that stretch of highway.
(Continued on Page Lindsay, waves began to South of Sth Street South
break over the highway some sand and shell was
Island Youth ( ) (loweron Longboat about 3 a.m., Friday. tossed onto the road by
Summer ProgramThe Sarasota County One block, between 4th the high water but in
) and 5th Streets South was lesser amounts than fur-
summer closed to traffic while ther north.
the Anna Maria Mayor State Road Departmentcrews Water also washed over
Youth Center will shoveled rocks and the road north of Bridge
from June IS through sand off the road. Street, and left some sand
14. For the first ., Dies Although the edge of the behind it, but not enoughto
weeks of that time 5)L highway was threatened hold up traffic.
center will not be a member of the
but the Some was
by high water storm damage
mornings except on ) of Com pavement suffered no done to the sea'vail at the
urday. It will be .)Masonic Lodge; damage. rear of the Gulf Terrace
entirely on Sundays and Egypt Temple The area south of Bridge Restaurant, just north of
Mondays.The Street, which has been Bridge Street but other
program will covered with water many damage was slight.
of organized sports
the cultural arts, as
lows: Softball,

,volleyball, weekly NOTICETO
ic* ized swimming

art, puppetry,
craft,
housekeeping ALL OWNERS OP SIGNS IN
graces and 5)Y HOLMES BE CH:
Table ,
'' ing, etc.games will story be w The Sign Ordinance adopted January 5, 1965
throughout the requires that all owners of signs call at the
Movies and slides City Office and secure the necessary Sign
will be shown. Permit prior to July S, 1965. Applicationshould
Certain Indicate size and location of sign.
projects With Permit, a tag will be Issued which
stressed
to emphasize MUST HI: ATTACHE!: ) TO EACII SIGN.
reached in
goals : AFTKR JULY 5, 1965 ALL SIGNS WITHOUT
members of
matics FAGS WILL UK REMOVE BY 11111 CITYMARSHAL.
Teen Club of the .
are producing" Pauline H. Archer
Town, the / City Clerk

play the by younger Thornton group _

working on "The :
er's New Clothes, JONES ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

fairy tale for U.S.Navy ..... R.Uf'll 1 ITop.
art classes will War II; a former .

in a mural painted by Legion, and T............
members, depicting Wars. S.'. N.. 5p.. H1p1.
the activities of the wife, Mrs Harriet
fj--18 85 84 90 84 .1
center; instruction and a brother, :
9-77 87 84 90 83 .1
puppetry, with a Harrison, N. J.
10- -75 75 76 78 82 .6
to a Christmas were held at Grit
II --70 72 72 74 80 2.6
and party. Home, Uradrnton,
12- -74 78 77 79 80 .8
In sports, the aim with the Rev. Fred
13--76 82 78 84 81 None
be to engage in Christ Episcopal
14-75 82 79 85 83 None
volleyball, etc., with /
(Continued on Page Cemetery.



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page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 17, iQ6s
-

.. IF ONCE YOU HAVE SLEPT ON AN ISLANDIf 1


Islander Editorials once you have slept on an island

You'll never be quite the same

You may look as you looked the day before

More Of Everything I and go by the same old name--


Barring some unforeseen circumstance, the Port You may bustle about in street and shop ,

Manatee project at Piney Point will definitely become You may sit at home and sew,

a fact. Without doubt, completion of the new port But you 11 see blue water and wheeling gulls

facilities will have a greater impact on the economyof ... I 81"" Wherever your feet may go--
than other factor ,
or event.
Manatee County any ,
.... .... You may chat with the neighbors of this and that
definitely are in order for all those tJ. ,
Congratulations 't'
-
... .. ..
r government officials and business leaders who helped '"\ .::,_ --_ .; 1L,_,-_, _.__;..: .,.----- and close to your fireside keep

conceive and complete plans for the port. .OA... .......-... ... .= "": .. ''''''1 But you'll hear ship's whistle and lighthouse bell
'.- ...... .. "
The importance of having the Port Manatee facilities :;i:='< .. ._ ,;. ., .-.; '. ... :.":;'; and tides beat through your sleepOh --
replace those at Tampa can be Judged to some extent !f" )o. '"_ -u.. '1.. \ \
by statements made by Tampa officials. In a recent ......\. .. h..3-,- "- --".... '...._ .,- you won't know why and can't say how
.....:. "' :" ",1.t
:
such
change came
television interview, a member of Tampa's city !... ,, r -- upon you
would "-'- : :::. : I But once you've slept on an island
government estimated that the new port be ; ,,
responsible for the moving from Tampa to Manatee, :.iaZ.---;.=:; .. -s S3. =# r:!.. You'll never be quite the same!II

of 30,000 to 40,000 people.If Gulf waters pound the edge of Gulf Drive near Fifth I --Rachel Field
that estimate be taken that
can seriously,
Street South, Bradenton Beach, Saturday morning,
Impending population increase will be an even greater
while a similar situation in Longboat Key receivesthe
impact on the county's economy than the port itself!
attention of State Road Department crews and
Assuming the 40,000 figure to be correct(it could be gilcJet Bell GKdCockle
large quantities of sand from the beach at the south
: too low), that will mean that in approximately the next
end of the Island. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
I five years or so, the population of Manatee County

I will increase FIFTY PERCENT! From This Corner gltells
I What will it mean? Just this: Fifty percent more
: A recent feature article In a Sunday supplement to
of about EVERYTHING New ,
f just homes--13,000 t And does
othe Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier-Express told about the HOW your garden grow?
f 14,000 new homes. A fifty percent increase in th
I county's school plant. Half again as many churches eshell creations made by Joseph W. Dobmeier of If you're the energetic type and aren't yet cultivatingthe
Snyder, N. Y. The article said most of Dobmeier'sshells
I than at present. A fifty percent increase in hospital lazy summer life on Anna Maria,there's much to
I facilities the Increase in the number of were collected along the shores of Anna Maria
same do in your garden in June. This month our rainfall
Island In the Gulf of Mexico "near
I telephones, water, electricity, stores, police, fire- Fla." St. Petersburg, should average seven inches. During these rainy

: fighting personnel and equipment, services of all summer months plants will put forth their greatest
kinds. Although we never have had the pleasure of meeting
effort and make rapid growth. Last week I a
f gave you
Mr. Dobmeier, we do object to the writer's locationof
And all this is not taking into consideration the schedule for fertilizing. Plenty of moisture will
"
regular, natural growth of the count which steady but the Island. Where* is this* "St. Petersburg* ? increase the availability of plant food, but It also will
j
not spectacular population increase takes place leach of
it out the porous sand. Therefore,do continueto
A picture of one of the"constructions" of time
part
every year. feed plants and shrubs small amounts during the
f All in all it is almost too taxing to one's imagination. Island resident, sculptor Jose de Rivera, is on Page rainy season.In .
I 107 of the most recent issue (June 11) of LIFE. The
work pictured in LIFE is In the lobby of the Universityof addition to fertilizing, June is an excellent" monthin

"'.... Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of Communica- which to do "judicious pruning. Many of the
tions. De Rivera, who spends part of each year on the spring flowering trees are past blooming and such
favorites bottle brush oleander bauhinia and
Island has as ,
completed other works for the New York
World's Fair African tulip may now be pruned without loss of nextyear's
the
Brussels World's Fair, and a
.. number of the country's leading art museums. floral display. My single pink oleanders bloom
'. .. about ten months of the year and I never yet have
--,." ; figured pruning time for them--oh me! If trees are
.
Members of
a
,. .. bowling team sponsored by Islander
-or -
.- .;' .'- planted where there is room for them to grow
''''''''' Roy Phillips, owner of the Elgin Water Conditioning
"< c;;;; .. naturally, most will need little trimming. However,
Co.
''; -'t placed third in Class B at a recent statewide
"' ",. bowling tournament at Daytona Beach. It is a women's on small lots and for specific landscape purposes,

,. .. ,. .' team, with one of the bowlers, Betty Phillips, wife of we must educate the little saplings to meet the
the sponsor. necessary requirements. So do correct your plant'sgrowth :
habits this month and hope they won t grow
.......,'
: After several weeks of almost no rain, more than out of shape again.

four Inches fell on the Island last week, so those

readers who are now spending some time elsewheremay

relax for a little while and not worry about the
condition of their lawns and shrubs on the Island.

In fact, It seemed for a day or two as if it were

i going to be difficult to turn the rain off again once it
had started.

...... I And now, one of the problems helped along by the
'. -- .. ..- ... heavy rain is the mosquitoes. It is a good time for
.. .. .
.. everyone who is spending the summer at their homes
'
....
-.. ..'. here to take the usual commonsense
.... .",.. -- lessen the number of possible precautions to Have noticed a few caterpillars crawling around the
.. breeding places for the
the white ones.
... pests by checking closely for even small accumulations oleander blossoms, particularly
of
') ,'' ""': Malathion two tablespoons to a gallon water
spray
. ., of water, and eliminating them.
-. downwind
.. with me wind \
usually kills them. Do spray
.;:. .
dT. ....,. Iradtitoi Inch ?) and don't inhale the spray droplets if you can

",,- MutingRequests avoid them. Inhalation of poisonous sprays doesn't

., to close partsof anti-erosion pier-at the help our lungs one little bit, and it may cause aj

.. ., two alleys in Dradenton western end of Bridge severe allergic reaction. .
.
I .. Beach were denied last Street.A .
week the Amaryllis and other bulb crops need a special type
by
city council.At new streetlight will be
,::",,:. ."".... ".. ..-.--. .- ......... .. ...... a continuation of the installed near the Anchor of fertilizer for best results. To fertilize these just

." .' / .. council meeting of the Boat Basin. before the blooming period is relatively unimportant
.
because the bulb usually has plenty of food for the
'.- ? previous week Mayor The city will pay Its
I._. / Henry Meunier and Councilmen share of removing some bloom. However, from the end of the blooming period
Glenn Bates and dead trees on the north until the foliage dies back, the bulb is reproducingand

;.- Albert Cook voted against side of 27th Street.A storing food for next year. At this time a

... closing the alleys. Vice proposed sign at the fertilizer low in nitrogen and high in potash and
..... recommended, perhaps a 2-10-lu..
Mayor Robert Kraft and end of the Cortez Bridgewas phosphorous is
... ... Councilman Arthur Ella This same type applied to trees and shrubs In the fall
.. .. .:: discussed. It would
( ''' ,. ... --- resistant to cold. (They Bay). tiThe
.. & abstained from voting on Indicate the direction of makes them more. .
.
L1' the matter. the library, the pier and
Paul Zaagman, owner of the south end County tree that never had to fight
Cedar Hammock Refuse Beach. For sun and sky and air and light;

uLM.. -. That stood out in the open plain
Disposal
Corp., estimatedit
would cost the city one- Power SquadronThose And always got its share of rain,
a forest king,
o third to one-half more whon'centiyhave Never became
and died a scrubby thing.
w than at present to have its passed the Island Power But lived From "Good Timber"by

trash removed by a pri- Squadron examination in Douglas Malloch
vate contractor such as Seamanship and have boon .
his company. lie said the awarded the "S" ratingby
cost would be about $16- the U. S. Power Squadron See you next week. -GINNIh

500 per year, with the headquarters, arc:

'--, -. ......- city doing the billing and Evelyn M. Hughes, RylandH.
collecting for the service. Clarke, Paul E.Greer, The Islander

Council agreed it would Walter E. Hughes, ClydeI. An Independent Weekly published

obtain prices on new and Latchen, Ronald D. McCormick every Thursday by THF ISLANOI-K ...

used packer type trucks. Monroe II. PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine t OR/O'I

Council voted to transfer Shoemaker Gerald L. Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida
$6,000 from Its cash Spencer, Edward J. Wil- EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALl C? ...

reserve to the generalfund kinson, Melvin W. ADVERTISING MANAGER: Q ::
with half the amountto Brcthauer, Joseph M. MARGE KIMBALL

be used for repairs to Daffron, Roy L. Ward, Mall Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna /
the city pier, and half for J. Edward Hughes, AlbertE. Maria Fla. Telephone 778-2021
streets and roads. Minter III, Richard J. 33501 90N

It was agreed that council Kucklick Charles T.Maedin Entered as Second Class matter
Recent alrvlews of the Island. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) would ask the county and Carlton K. under the Act of March 3, 1879r
commission to build an Smith.

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Thursday, June 17. 1065 THE ISLANDER Page 3


1 Former Mayor Crawford Dies Island Little LeagueFinal SCHOOL(Continued AWARDS.from Page. 1) New Corporation Organized To Exploit J

standings in the Leslie Egendoerfer of the
Wood Designed Erosion Control GroinsA
Former Holmes Beach and judge of the Corporation Island Little League show fifth grade class taught by
Mayor Chester V. Crawford Court of Killeen. the Mets as champions, Mrs. Hortense Ottley; new corporation has modifications in the local
58, of 502-72nd St., with 13 wins and one loss. Jennifer Tessier of the been organized to exploitthe pier apparently have allowed -
Holmes Beach, died at his .7f The Reds ended the sea- fifth grade class taught byGen'e erosion control groins extensive storm
home Friday June II, son in second place, witha Moss; I designed by noted erosion damage to the outboardend
following a long illness. record of five wins and And Joyce Akins, Kathy I engineer Sydney Make- of the 460-foot long
Born in Cuyahoga Falls weir ten losses, and the Red Boyd, Johanna Cobb, peace Wood of Croveland. installation, the pier has
o Ohio, he moved to Holmes Sox were third, with three Jeanne Knight, Angelica been responsible for a
Beach in 1961 from Killeen wins and ten losses. Lowe, Vicki Pritchard, considerable buildup of
Texas. The Reds beat the Red Paula Rich and Nancy sand at the beach.
He was a graduate of the Sox 14 to 8 on Monday Welch of the sixth grade Wood is now Jamaica,
University of Akron, and evening (June 7)) duringthe class taught by Mrs. Ott- where he has been work-
of the Cleveland (Ohio) final week of play. ley.Awards Ing with the Jamaican
Law School, and was admitted The game between the for perfect attendance government for a numberof
to the Ohio Bar in J Mets and the Red Sox, for the year years on beach erosion
1929. He practiced law In scheduled for Thursday were given: Adair Bell control, and has Installed
Akron until December, evening, was cancelled (Grade 2); Dennis Mowry more than 60 groins of
1940 when he entered the because of rain. (Grade 3); Mark Wicker- his design.
U. S. Army.He CHESTER V. CRAWFORD The league's top ten hit- sham and Joseph Bernard Wood's groins featurethe
was on active duty Crawford was admittedto ters were: Tim Rotolo, (Grade 4); Cheryl Barth, principle of "in-
until January, 1947 and the Florida Bar in .659, Rusty Stiltner .614; Janice Weber and Jeffrey creasing permeability,"
attained the rank of lieu- 1961 and established his Tom Hamer .571; Nicky Wright (Grade 5), and with the structural mem-
WL
tenant colonel in the practice of law In Holmes Norwood .571; Jim Rice Johanna Cobb, Mary Ann bers almost touching at
Military Intelligence Ser- Beach. He was elected to .545; Dell Tison.524JimHerringshaw Edwards, Bill Green and the shoreward end, and
vice, and later held that a one-year term as mayorIn .500; Jim Cynthia King (Grade 6). then spaced increasingly
rank as a reserve officer. March 1963' Lease .500; Dan Herring- Winners of blue ribbons further apart toward the
His foreign service was He was a member of shaw .475 and Randy for the best bird books in seaward end of the groin.
as a member of the staffof Killeen Lodge, AF&AM; Brickcr .448. a project sponsored by the The new corporation will
General Dwight Eisenhower the American Legion Post The All Star game which Island Woman's Club a "engage In every phase of
and he helped to of Killeen;the Anna Maria was scheduled for Friday were: Christopher Boyd, SYDNEY MAKEPEACE WOOD the business of beach and
direct underground activ- Island Power Squadron; evening (June 11) had to Carl Callahan Laurie shore erosion control:inspection -
ities in several European U. S. Coast Guard Auxil- be postponed because of Cobb, Temple Hager The incorporators are study, analysis,
countries occupied by the iary; High Twelve Club of rain, and was to be playedat Mark Oxford, Andy Shep- Wood, his son, Sydney M. and reporting of shore and
enemy. He received the Anna Maria Island, and 7 p.m., Monday. pard, Debbie Spencer,Ned Wood Jr. of Madison, beach erosion problems."
Order of Leopold II from Christ Episcopal Churchof Little League officials Stewart and Ricky Wig- Wis., and former Manatee Reportedly the new firm
the Belgian governmentfor Bradenton, and a for- called the season "a very gins. County CommissionerIrwin has commitments to build
helping to get King mer member of the Island successful one." Red ribbons for the bird (MikcKlcmmer. three groins on LongboatKey.
Leopold out of Austria. Kiwanis Club. books were given to: Pat- The erosion prevention .
After release from military He Is survived by his Gloria Del Lutheran ricia Bull, Denisc Dupont pier-groin at the Manatee While he was a commissioner
duty Mr. and Mrs. wife, Mrs. Edythe Craw- Church, officiating. Funeral Debbie Holmes, Billy County Reach, installed (1936-1964)), Mike
Crawford establishedtheir ford of Holmes Beach, services were heldat Lipke, Paul Roat, Sherec last year by the County Klemmer was Instrumental -
home In Texas, and and a daughter Mrs. Win- the Christ Episcopal Robinson, Patricia Teb- Engineering Department in having the groin
after a refresher courseat ifred Jackson of Akron. Church Tuesday, with the betts, Nina Wiggins, Pete is a modified version of built at the county beach.
Baylor University Law Memorial services at Rev. Fred T. Kyle Jr., Young and James Wuichct. Wood's design. Klemmer is now a resi-
School, he was admittedto Griff It h-Clinc Island rector of the church, Honorable mention certificates Although the structural dent of Sarasota.
the Texas Bar in 1947. Chapel were held Monday officiating. Burial was at were given to
He was city attorney for evening, with the Rev. Skyway Memorial Gar- Chrissi Stamatin and Lin- I HE A REGULAR SUHSCRIUKIl TO The ISLANDER
the City of Killeen(Texas) Lester M. Utz, pastor of dens. da Welch. THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. HE
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Page 4 'THE ISLANDER Thursday June 17, 1965 I I
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All About People r Guests atfthe MotelsMERRIMAC

MRS. J. DIXON TAYLOR of Seahorse Lane, Holmes "
< ON THE CULPi Mr. and Mrs. John T. WMtmire and children
Beach is leaving to spend the summer in Sturgeon I
,
and J.D. Bateman of Decatur Ca...Mra. J. Roland of Tampa, and party..
Bay, Wis. Dr. and Mra. C. W. Butz Jr. of Avon Park and children...Mr. and Mrt
'. ... James E. Welch and children and Mr.and Mra. David L. Joyce and
MR. AND MRS. ANTONIO CAMBONI of 48th Street, '1" 'I,:' children
t1 I all of Lakeland..Mr. and Mra. E. Cllkln of Geneva, Ohio and daughter. '
Holmes Beach, have left for Elmhurst, Ill,, where : ROD 1 REEL MOTEL Mr. and Mra.Scott Patrick of St. Petersburg...Mr
they will for several months. I. and Mra. R.H. Rock wood of St.Cloud...Mr.and Mra. W. C. Horton of Lakeland .*
stay
:1Ft ...Mr. and Mra. E. A. BaUenger of Fort Meade...Gilbert TUlman and
Guests at ALEX APARTMENTS in Holmes Beach 1 : Arno Langford of Lakeland...Mr. and Mra. R. H. Barnes of Brandon and
this week are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Danforth of .' .. '. children...Eddie Anderson of Lake Wales...B. T. Rountree of Cincinnati..
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Webb of Seffner on their honeymoon...Mr.
and Mri
Charleston, S. C., and party; Mr. and Mrs. Jack n: : W. P. Scaife and children. Miss Cecil Scalfe and Mrs. C. R. Webster of
Lloyd of Trenton, Ohio, and son, and Mr. and Mrs. t e., II' .l': Midland. Texas.
HALEY'S MOTEL Mrs. A. E. of IlL,
Crissey Bloomington slater
.. t of Mri.
George C. Alread of Savannah, Ga., and family. Mrs. M ;...i' Frank Haley...Mr. and Mra. Jack E. Martin of Knoxville Tenn...Lloyd C.
Alread is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stafford.MR. t Cant Sr. and L. Andrew Cant Jr. and family of Birmingham Ala...Daniel
Kavanaugh and James J. Kavanaugh of Washington D. C.
AND MRS. W. S. REDFIELD of Gulf Drive, : fII PALM COURT: Mr. and Mrs.Charles H.Miller of Bradenton.family...
Holmes Beach, have returned to their summer homein : ; J Mr. and Mrs. George Webb of Portsmouth Ohio..Mr. and Mrs. Claude
: Victory of Jenlaon. Mich., and family.
Bridgton, Me. for the summer. EAST O*THE SUN:Mr.and Mrs.Robert L. Chapman of Scott Depot. W. Va.,
PFC PATRICK J. WEBB of Holmes Beach recently and family...Mr. and Mrs. Richard Toby of Lafayette Ind. and family...
participated in a two-week field training exercise Mr.Robert and One Mrs.of J.Lake Arthur Alfred.Clay of Louisville,Ky., and daughter..Mr. and Mrt.

conducted by the Seventh U. S. Army in Germany. FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Albert Mason and children
During the maneuvers, which ended June 14, Webb r Larry.Danville Carey 111.HARBOR and Kay and Mra. Marion Drews and Karen Mlmrick all of

received training in communications operations LIGHTS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. R.Jenkins of Winter Garden...
designed to test the combat readiness of his unit. Mr. and Mra. James Schell of Tampa...George Champion Orlando...Mr.
and Mrs. William S. Commlns of Plqua Ohio...Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartonof
MR. AND MRS. HARRY CALLAHAN of Palm Drive, Bayshore N. Y..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Danley and Mr. and Mra. Jim
and children, Carl and Kay recently returned to their Garrison of Plant City.
BAY VIEW COTTAGES:Mr..nd Mfl.William J.Hopkin. of Richmond. Ind.,
home in Danville, Ill for the summer. and family.
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LeROY of Gulf Drive, WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mra. W. C. Wyrick of Tampa...Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Fisher of Waynesville. N. C.. and son Jimmy.S. .
Anna Maria, left last week for Twin Lakes, Wis., S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Roger Hosklna Indianapolis
where they will spend a few months before returningto ...Mr. and Mra. Claude Schroeder of Morgantown,Ind...Mr and Mra. J. A.
their home here. Lople of Atlanta.
BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. Jamea J. Wunderly
.. MR. AND MRS. GILBERT WIERSEMA of Gulf N a Springfield. Ohio, and daughter Christina...Herb Kimura and S.H. Batton of

Drive, Holmes Beach, are spending the summer in __ St.TOPAZ Petersburg.MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Claude Bishop of Urbana. Ohlo...Mary and
Oak Lawn, 111. Alice Howard of Avon Park...Mr and Mra. J. T. Parker of Lake City...
MR. AND MRS. HENRY DOWNS JR. are vacationing Mr. and Mrt. irwin Buvahom of Athens,Cs...Bun Rountree of Cincinnati...
in Lennoxville, Quebec.d6iCaa'Ced. SCHOOL'S OUT! Joe and Den Webb of Anna Maria Meade.Dr. and Mrs. Eliot Martin of Plant City...Mr. and Mra. Hap Hall of Fort

pause to pose for photographer. (ISLANDER PHOTO) NOMAD MOTEL Gary Bash of Fort Myers...Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Mortland
of Miami...Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mateckl of Chicago...Dr.and Mrs. Emory
B. Miller of Gainesville...Mrs. HelenOrgoof Groveland.and son Tommy...
11 11 11 GARY SHANAFELT, USN, 3rd class petty officer, Mr. and Mra. Uoyd Whale Rockford.III.,and family...Mr. and Mra. J. B.
arrived home last week to spend a 30-day leave with Davis of East Point.Ga.,and family...Mr.and Mrt. F. L. Blakeman of Lake
HAROLD P. NEWTON 62 of 753 Jacaranda Avenue
..
land. Mr. and Mra. A. Roduraa and F.Johnston of Tampa.
Anna Maria, and 800 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N. Y., his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Shanafelt, 756 North SCHELTER COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Carets of Crawfordavllle
Ind., and family...Mr. and Mra. Claude of Lakeland.
Kelly
Shore Drive Anna Maria. Gary is stationed aboard
,
died
suddenly Wednesday June 9. He was a visitorto
BEARD DUPLEX: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Johnson of Jamaica. N. Y.
the Island, and had maintained a home here for the USS Constellation, attack aircraft carrier with BRUNNER DUPLEX Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Albrltton of Clbaonton.
He was in the the Seventh Fleet in the Pacific. He has been gone 18 SCHELTER APARTMENTS Mr. and Mra. J. M.Strickland of Tampa.
many employed advertising
years. PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mra. Troupe Waters of Rivervlew.
business. months and on his tour of duty out of San Diego, LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Daniel L. Handley; Mr. and Mrt.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Selma Berger Newtonof visited Hawaii, Hong Kong, Japan, The Philippines, Bill James, and Mike Haney all of Bradley. Mr. and Mrt. R. Lamb,
Mrs. Gloria K. and
Mr. Mra.
Kllpatrlck H. H.
; Hearn. and Mr. and Mrt.
Anna Maria and New York City; two sons, WalterC. and spent nine months off the coast of Viet Nam on Michael K. Whaley. all of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lyle; Mrt.
Newton and Anthony H. Newton three brothers patrol duty in the South China Sea. He and his brother Theodora White and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Waller all of Fort Meade. .
; Mr. and Mra. I. P. Shear of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo H. Woods of
Gilbert P. Newton, Walter P. Newton and Eric P. Tom are leaving this week to spend a week with Adrian. Ga. Mr. and Mrt. T. M. Shepherd of Winter Haven. Mr. and
Newton, and five grandchildren. family and friends in Cassapolls and Dowagiac, Mich. Mrs. W. B. Harper of Louisville Ky. Mr. and Mrt. Johnny Conlglio of
Tampa, and family. Mr and Mrs. John W.Hill of Mango Mr. and
MRS. JOHN FLINT of South Harbor
MR. AND B.
Funeral services were held at Frank E. Campbell Mrs. H. Van Petten of Tampa. Michael Stogsdlll of Mulberry.
Funeral Church at Madison Avenue and 81st Street, Drive,' Holmes Beach, are spending the summer in

New York City, Friday morning. Burial was in St. Paul, Minn.
Amityville, L. I. MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE C. KENNEY of 13th

Street South, Bradenton Beach, are in South Haven, ELGIN

CLIFTON P. MAY FIELD of Riverton, N.J., a winter Mich until they return to the Island In October.

resident of Merrimac on the Gulf for several years, Water Softeners and Filter.

died in New Jersey, Sunday, July 13. Survivors are

his wife, Mrs. Estelle Mayfield; a son and a daughter, Fully Guarantied
and seven grandchildren. ef ,uhcap. CaN

. ROY M. PHILLIPS

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Table King USDA Cr A Young Turkeys ((6-8 Lb Av)-Lb..39 Esteblkhoxi 1908 20 Sun 3:54 am 1.6 3:28 pm 2.2 9:16.... 1.510:46 pm 0.3

Helm Ketchup (Limit 2)..20 os Battle....................... 25, 21 Mon 6:15... 1.7 4:36 pm 2.0 10:46 om 1.4 11:26 pm 0.5
Kroft Mayonnaise (wS5 order)-Qt............................ 49< A Phone Coll Will Bring o Reprettntotiv 22 Tue 6:41... 1.9 5:55 pm 1.' 12:07 pm 1.2 ----- -- -.-
Snow Drift Shortening ((1 w/ $5 ord.r.3 I Ibs.................59* 23 Wed 7.08 om 2.1 7:20 pm 1.6 12:040... 0.7 1:18 pm 0.9
Florida Cone Sugar (w/ J5 order-.S Ibs..................... 39< 24 TKwr 7137... 2.3 8:52 pm 1.5 12:40... 0.9 2:22 pm 0.6
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THE ISLANDER Page S1OY
June 17, 1965

High Twelve Club Roser ReceptionFor
YOUTH CENTER SUMMER PROGRAM .
(Continued from Page 1) "The Gift of Sight" will Rev. WigginsThe
emphasis on good sportsmanship. It is hoped enough be the subject of a talk by
players will enroll so that teams may be organizedand Robert Coates of the Bra- Rev. Richard K.
engage in scheduled competition.At denton Lions Club to Wiggins and his family
last week's meeting of the board of directors of members of the Anna will be honored at a
the Youth Center, Mrs. Mary C. DeMattia submittedher Maria Island High Twelve reception to be held In
resignation from the board, giving "other Club, Thursday noon,June the Fellowship Hall of
commitments" as her reason. Her resignation was OAt' 17, at the Gulf Terrace Roser Memorial Commu-
accepted with regret. '" sssuum Restaurant in Bradenton nity Church at 8 p.m.,
The board wishes to stress the great need of Beach. Tuesday, June 22. The
chaperons and volunteer help for the Friday evening The North Florida Eye- Women s Guild and the
dances and the summer program. Chaperons are Bank for Restoring Sightis Men's Club of the churchare
necessary in order that the director may have helpin co-sponsored by the arranging the recep-
maintaining order and discipline. Anyone inter- Lions Clubs and the hos- tion.
ested is asked to call Mrs. Frank Dobbe, 778-2852, pital at the University of The Rev. Mr. Wigginsis
or Mrs. Robert Ross, 778-1908. Florida. Manatee Memo- leaving the church to
Contest they were
Local winners of the IGA Boys' as
After a careful survey, the following programs about to leave the Island early Monday morning fora rial Hospital has been be regional director for
have been scheduled by the center's directors, Mr. to California. Left to right, Aaron affiliated in the programfor Manatee, Hlllsborough
five-day trip
and Mrs. Robert C. Ross. These planned sessions do VanOstenbridge and David Parrish. (Islander Photo) the past year. Through and Sarasota Counties for
not constitute a full day's programming on anyone research, better tech- the Community Service
day, thus giving the young people. time for relaxationand Little Baptist Book StudyThe niques of corneal trans- Foundation, the agency
League
games. women of the Island plantation already have selected by the govern-
At the request of some of the local churches, the All-Star Game Baptist Church will meetat been developed, and it is ment extend the benefitsof
Youth Center will not be open in the mornings until The"American League"team 10 a.m., Monday, June now possible for thou- the Office of Economic
after June 25, with the exception of June 19. Other- was the victor over 21, for a book study of sands to see who Just a Opportunity in this area.
wise the hours at the center will be from 9 a.m. to the "National Leaguers"in "Go Home and Tell, by few years ago were doom- His work will be among
noon, and from 2 to 5 p.m. daily except Sunday and the Island Little League Missionary Bertha Smith. ed to hopeless blindness.At the poor, many of whom
Monday. It also will be open Tuesday, Wednesday All-Star Monday Mrs. Earl Parker, a the meeting on June are seasonal agricultural
Saturday from 7 to 10 p.m., with dancing to a band game The winners retired missionary to 24, Richard Colesof General workers.All .
from 7:30 to 11 each Friday. evening. Co. will members and friendsof
p.m. pounded out 14 hits for 11 China and Korea,will lead Telephone
ART (all ages--Saturdays, June 19-Aug. 7, 2:30- runs against the losers'six the program.Mrs. Parkeris demonstrate by use of a the church are invitedto
3:30 p.m.DRAMA hits and eight runs. the mother of Mrs. model, how the Telstar attend the reception as
(ages 9-12)--Wednesdays, June 16-Aug. Players on the American Lee Ratliff, wife of the communications satellite a tribute to the Wiggins'ten
11, 2:30-3:30 p.m. team were: John pastor of the church.All works. years of devoted ser-
(ages 13-19)--Thursdays, June 17-Aug. Norwood League Joe Hutchinson, women of the com- vice to the church and the
12, 2:30-3:30 p.m.Saturdays Rusty Stiltner, Tom Ham- munity are Invited to hear Cub Scout Pack community.A .
June 19Aug. 14, 7-10 gift for use In their
p.m. er, David Deam, Randy Mrs. Parker, who will be Summer ProgramThe
COUNSEL HOUR (ages 9 12)--Fridays, July 23 and Bricker, Billy Wagner, in native costume, and new home will be presented -
6 10:30-11:30 of to them (contributionsmay
a.m.
Aug. Turvaville, Dell Ti- will display some mementos summer program
(ages 1319)Fridays, July 30 and Aug. 13, Skip Dan Hcrrlngshaw. of her life in the Cub Scout Pack 7 began be sent to Mrs. Rob-
son,
10:3011:30 a.m.HOUSEKEEPING Orient. with a watermelon partyat ert DeVane at the church)
CRAFT (ages 9 12))--Tuesdays, Herrlngshaw National League, Jeff:Boyd Jim, Mrs. James Steenstra, the Anna Maria Bay as a tangible tribute.

June 29-July 13, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Charlie Weaver, Tim Mrs. James Clark and Park Sunday afternoon. Roser ScheduleThe
(ages 13-19)--Fridays, July 2-16. 10:3011:30a.m. Rotolo, Jim Rice, Nicky Mrs. G. Reynolds Jones Games,relays and races
Richard K.
for the Cubs and their Rev.
the committee in
Norwood, Randy LcBlanc, are
PHOTOGRAPHY (all ages)--Wednesdays, June 30- George Dykstra, Tom charge of the event.A parents were enjoyed. Wiggins, pastor of Roser
11 10:30-11:30 a.m. and shelling Memorial Community
Swimming
Aug in luncheon will
Turvaville, Dell Bower, carry
SOCIAL GRACES (all ages--Thursdays) July 15- Cliff Girard. be served. were the principal activi- Church, will use "The
Aug. 12, 10:30-11:30 a.m. ties of the afternoon.The Experience of Worship"as
STORY TELLING HOUR (ages 9-12)--Saturdays, No C-C Meeting Division of the Manatee next project will bea the subject of his ser-
July 3 Aug. 7, 10:3011:30 a.m. Because there are no County Chamber of Com- hot dog roast, to be heldat mon at the 9 o'clock worship
PUPPETRY (all ages--Tuesday, June 15-Aug. 10, new or Important chamberof merce has been cancelled.The the Anna Maria Park at service on Sunday
2:30-3:30 p.m. commerce activities at date for the July 2:30 p.m.,Sunday,July 11. June 20.Sunday.
Fridays, June 18Aug. 13, 2:30-3:30 p.m. this time,the regular June meeting will be announced Other events will be an- School classed
GIRLS' June 10, will meet at 10o'clock.
9:30-10:30 BASKETBALL a.m. --Tuesdays, 2-Aug. meeting of the Island later. nounced. .

Thuradaya. July .Aug.. 12. 0r3010,30 a.m. ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OP HOMES
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BOYS' BASKETBALL Same dates 10:3011:30 I
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CURTIS HUE .... I 94Rapald. e..Ilrl.ws.G.M
PRAM SAILING--Saturdays, 8:30-noon.
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 17, 1965


LEGAL NOTICESINVITATION
CHURCHESST.
TO BID RESOLUTIONA
The City of Ann Maria.Florida will r v
BERNARD MISSION receive sealed bid for one new RESOLUTION RELATING TO
(CATHOLIC) standard typewriter(manual and elec- PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO BE 10e66'4T414td
tric models). Bids must be receivedat MADE ON A CERTAIN STREETIN
R... Francis F. WsleuillM the City Office by noon, Thursday. THE CITY OF HOLMES
June 24. 1963. BEACH. FLORIDA.BE .
MASS-SUNDAYI 6 & 10 am
The City reserves the right to acceptor .a P
WEEKDAYS am reject any or all bids.FRANCES IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD alUH4eII
HOLY DAYS am & 8
pm V. MAXON OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
WEDNESDAYSi ROSARY & BENEDICTION-7130 pm City Clerk HOLME3 BEACH: HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Harvey Memorlel QiurchNonDenominational UNCLASSIFIEDidriice 1. THAT under the authority grantedto E 1, rr
the City of Holmes Beach Florida .!sssYedretr hflelJ
( ) pifBMt r.|tlrI .< by Chapter 170 of the Florida

Brodtnten B..ch ha$1.00506 .1.1.! .,. Statutes 1963 it has been determined rJ.a.lam
"... A. W. $<... by the Board of Aldermen of r fiaIJ
SUNDAYS .Ofl k:RENTI 30x40-ft. Commercial said City that public Improvementsshall
9ilS am Sunday School Building with shower and bath.Shelves be made on a certain street In '
and workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine the City such improvements to Fits a Oe alf d JMlal/IA tJfiaA
Otdetlesi Science Service- Anna Maria. Inquire at Dottle's, or include the paving of said street;
call 778-2311._ 2. THAT the street to be paved Is 48th
A. IL CeeMHMilty ...... FOR SALE 40-Foot Steel Flagpoles Street from Gulf Drive approximately aj'am .,ne4iIi
SUNDAY from the World's Fair House on Key 1,000 feet west to the Gulf
ftiOQ am Sunday Service Royale. Excellent for business or of Mexico;
residence. Contact Howard Adams at 3. THAT the total cost of these Improvements
0'
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 778-1917. has been estimated to 6//un ate v* eo &'ap tHd 1)/CAM
..... L.. RotUM. Pester BRADENTON BEACH: Gull Drive at be approximately Twenty-five Hundred
1st Street North overlooking the Gulf O2.SOO.OO) Dollars; la/I do.rIar.ddFtors.sa4aal
THURSDAYS Fine sandy beach lovely apartmentsfor 4. THAT one-third of the coat of said .oneso
Bibl.
8i30 am Vacation School
FRIDAY rent on yearly basis.$50 to$73 per Improvements shall be paid by the 9wM
8130 am Vacation Bibl. School month. Ellen Apartments.. 778-2614. City of Holmes Beach; enIa.9es/PMr/dt-JossalhaNf.
7130 pm Bibl. School graduation ALTER A TlONSon kinds s ofCloth- 9. THAT special assessments shall be
SATURDAY ing. Also Dressmaking, Drapes.Mrs. levied against the property abutting -
7(00 am Usn's Prayer Breakfast frank Beard. Phone 778-1431.. on said street for the remainderof
SUNDAYS Fdh. ALE OR RENT 3-BR.2-e th the estimated cost. These
8145 am Sunday School Home with Florida Room. Close to assessments to be prorated according ?'d4 dJJace 11
lOlOO am Worship Service Beach. 5604 Cuava Street. Holmes to the footage of the said
Sl30 pm Concord Choir Rxarh. Tall 7711. 11I7. property_abutting.said streets. ;
6l30 pm Worship Service w Tib""ro"UY'All; U. S. Coins. 0. THAT when final costs of the said
7l30pm Youth Fellowship Cold Currency or Foreign Coins of improvements have been deter
MONDAYS any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, mined at the completion of the work
10100 am WUS Book Study etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 the respective assessments shall
TUESDAY 14th St. WM Bradenton. 747-2516.. be reviewed, and if the final costs and
7130 pm Church Choir "RARE BUY ON KEY kovALEiNon- shall be found to have exceeded the fhs. Your Laundry Dry Cleaning
WEDNESDAYl7lOO waterfront corner lot across the street estimated costs,additional.....
pm RA, GA, Sunbeams from Bay and Boat Basin. Underpriced ments shall be levied in proportionto
7:00 pm Prayer Keeling at $3.9 60. cash MAHAR REAL ES to percentage of such excess
778-1159, If the final costs shall be found
FATE Phone. .
.... Mewewlol C.vrchM..D.tl.l
STAMPS SUPPLIEiTFOR COL to be less than the estimated coats,
( ) LECTORS. Come In and let us fill rebates shall be rendered to each '
...*. Richard K. .i,'.... those empty spaces In your album. person assessed In proportion to .
Peeler We carry supply(or every collector. the percentage of such lower cost; LY..
You're welcome to come In ft browse.M. 7. THAT there be prepared a list of
THURSDAYS L. O'Connor Stamps ft Supplies, the assessments to be levied baaed
4tOO pm Cantus Choir 2403-14th th W Bradenton 747-2316. on estimated costs, with the subdivision y
7130 pm S.nior Choir BELOW KlARKE"TTCHolceCanS"front block and lot: of each
SUNDAYS Lots on 77th Street,$4.000.72nd abutting property;
9(00 am Worship Service Street $4,000. 59th Street, 4000. 8. THAT the date of Tuesday July 6,
10(00 am Sunday School Also Ideal Motel: Site, approximately 1963, at 7:30 P.M.. at the City
lllOO am Class Membership Pr.paratory 103x230 feet half block to Gulf. Office In Holmes Beach, be set for
Price $16,300. Want $10,000 offer. hearing on this sctionand on these
5130 pm Youth Bayfront Fellowship Park at JOHN B. PROTHERO. Registered assessments, and that lettera be
MONDAYFRIDAYl Real Estate Broker 116-81stStreet, written to the owners of record of
9.11130 am Vacation School Holmes Beach or.ul117R-2- abutting property advising them of
MONDAYS this action and of this hearing;
7100 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 9. THAT copy of this Resolution be
TUESDAY published In The ISLANDER in the 1Ii
8tOO pm R.c.ption for R... and MOWING EDGING ETC. issues of June 17.196'.ndJune24,
..r.. Wiaqins 1963. When 'It Comes From
KEN FELLOWS This Is to certify that the above is a '
Church of Th. Annunciation true[ and correct copy of the Resolution / IiISLAND
(Episcopal) Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M.WOULDN'T adopted by the Board of Aldermen on

R.v. Gerald K. Lowe, Rector rune I. 1963. Beach Bendix Laundryand
YOU LIKE TO locate PAULINE H. ARCHER .
THURSDAYS your business or profession at the City Clerk
9:00 am Holy Eucharist Holmes Beach Shopping Center on I k-17 ft :l4. .6'
1st SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Beautiful Anna Marla Island? 100feet .
8lOO am Holy Eucharist of highway frontage. and will lease or
10130 am Family Eucharist &
build to suit your needs. Contacts s
Sermon Church School
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JACK MARSHALL REALTOR
Gloria Del Lutheran Church MkMBldg. 778-2614
FOR SAL T fl-Mcah'V.,Cenrra Dry CleanersJUST I
Rev. Lester M. Uf Factor
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Electric all channel. Must Sell $40.
SUNDAYS lab.7th St. North Bradenton Beach.
9il S am Sunday School FOR SALEi Two-bedroom water ;1
10t30 am Worship Service front home on Tampa Bay wbeautifulview
11130 am Choir Rehearsal of Skyway Bridge. Seawall, asbestos
shingle lifetime roof,hardwood CALL 7782295Have
floors, copper trim and pipes,built In I
Bill Stewart
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,garage completely furnished.
20000. M. Goddard. owner. 8V3 No.
PHOTOGRAPHER Shore D rive. Anna Maria. Florida..
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FOR SALEi Apartment size Gas You Checked Your
Refrigerator and :20-Gal. Gas Water
Heater. Call after_ 3p.m.
FOR SALE 4-Room House $\300.For ?. SCENES Electric Blankets?

Rent :2-3- Room Apartments.Low (Islander Photo by Redon)
Rates. Call 778-2407.:
BE CAREFUL



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George Wagner-REALTY UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
I INSURANCE COMPANY
Island Shopping C.nt.r w F
SliKt 1197
PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 101? ANNA MARIA l} p,."d Ywr Riot, ",,.", '....,,,,",
c...E........B.,.B.....
I I AlU.n Pike,Astociat* S24 Uifc St. Wt l IRADtNTON. FLA.b... 741-4S41


1-

, 2 Bath Canal Front Home Canal Front HomeNEAR

1 Block from Beach, Central Heat
{ HOLMES DEACH SHOPPING CENTER.
:, |& Air Conditioning. Completely

Furnished, Unusual View TERMS Two Bedrooms Fireplace, Closed garage w/

CANAL LOTS $2250! utility room, good dock. Owner Is leaving
New home of Mrs. Mary Varaneckls, at 502 North
Shore Drive Anna Maria. Mrs. Varaneckls is nowa
75-Foot Wide, High Canal Lots at this country. Will sell furnished for low price of
resident of the Island, moved
remarkable price, well situated in residentialarea. permanent having
here from Lewiston, Maine, where she lived for
.
This offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLYI
40 years. (ISLANDER PHOTO) $16,800 with TERMS
Gertrude Blassingame
JOHN B. PROTHERO
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER i
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Fran Maxon Associate *
OQUINA BUILDING PHONE 778.13 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes leach
=)... ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA O\Jl/''


DUPLEX FOR SALE
WANT A BARGAIN ?
THIS IS A UUYIII--FUI.L GULF UKACII
We have two homes that are PRIVILEGES. Ideal Location. Extra
LARGE LOT. BEAUTIFULLY DECORATEDand
holdovers from last year FULLY FURNISHED HOME, CLEAN AS
WHICH WE MUST SELL I I510.711t A PIN. Two Bedrooms and Two Baths on
EACH SIDE. You will save many dollars on
Street this propertyl FULL PRICE ONLY $2I, OO.
2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, Owner will give good terms desired.We will
FLORIDA ROOM New home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Trout at 224 gladly cooperate with other brokers.
Chilson Avenue Anna Maria, was custom built for
the owners by contractor Louis J.Harolo Dradenton PARRISH REALTY

531-70th Street Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Trout, formerly of Chicago, AITN N. 'AU ISH. M*. PIGGY "NASSMOOttt, ........
3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, have moved to the Island as year-around residents.
LARGE SCREENED LANAI (ISLANDER PHOTO ,... Office Pt.i., A... M.r.. PteiMi 7711902

BUY DIRECTLY FROM BUILDERAT
DICK WAGNER
DISCOUNTED PRICE I
4-1 Itdroow AportmtMts
Wm. B. LEE Co. Keailor

778.1917 2217 Outr ONIVK: BMAOKNTON BEACH NEARING COMPLETION

Now Leasing & S PLAZA' WATERFRONT

New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank

JACK'S IARGAIN IOARD lirp Stir Sptci-Nifkt HliMlMtUi- MODEL

Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor

BARGAIN LOTS Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464 OPENat


CANAL LOT 75 x 145

CLOSE TO BEACH

Sold 5 Years ago for $3,000 KEY ROYALE SEE

Yours today for $2,250
JACK HOLMES, Realtor
ANDBA PALMS

HOLMES BEACH PHONE 771-U4I 4101 MARINA OIIYI/
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FULL BUSINESS ZONING Fine HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

investment at bargain price of MODEL HOMES


$4,400 OPEN DAILY Don't Leave The Island

JACK MARSHALL Rtiltor before you see
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M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria HOMESITES and HOMESIN 5400 Gulf Drivea

EVERY PRICE RANGE handsome :apartment complex,

-.- condominium
SECLUDED, UNIQUE ownership
WATERFRONT NON-WATERFRONT 1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
Canal Front HomeMain
electric ranges :a wraith of closet :area
House: Two Bedrooms, Hath HUGH
carpeting wall: to wall: upper floors
Living Room, Den, Dining Room Spacious
Kitchen Utility Room with bath, and one-car Screened porches, placed for privacy
garage (Another could be added). Central
heating &air conditioning.Attached CLASSED SWIMMING POOLand
AND SCREENED HEATED POOL for ycar- REGISTERED BROKER
round use.Large connecting studio with bath- : 300 feet of beautiful beach: to enjoy
skylight and northern exposure- artist'sor Phone 778-1917
writer's drcm--or use as a guest apartment $15,500 ---- $18,500
or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees
and shrubs provide a park-like setting for this Model Apartments
unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof Sed 7tta4lVte'u
$"5,000 cash, furnished, please do not Open 9.5 Every Day
request an appointment to see the property.

Cl.... ........yMahar 7iu. Pate.uu mm] mmrn COOP

Real E.tIOTH ... 5400 GULF DRIVE

MAMA LEO MANAIl HOLMES BEACH
FLORIDA
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Page 8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 17.

! ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


= l c9J-I Last Call SUNCA FATHER'S Y.JUNE DAY 20
IWI _.
r Still Time to Mail CARDS
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER AND

We have a GOOD Selection of

GIFTS for DADDY that's RIGHT HERE
PRE-INVENTORY SALE
And Remember
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q}, : ''ItJ dotlD wrap
ODDS & ENDS ... FREE
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"Gift Items
y Lamps /

Pictures Father's
Tables DaySunday -

Drapery Material June 20

SAVINGSup
-" Sport Shirts

.- << to 33-1/3% $2.99 to $9.99
Members of Cub Scout Pack 7, as they visited the
Holmes Beach City Office recently. City Clerk Mrs. Telephone 778-1019 Shirt Jacs
Polly Archer explained some of the workings of the
office to them. (ISLANDER PHOTO DYED BAUMAN) Sport Coats
Raked Fresh Daily
Call 778-2012 Walking Shorts ,

e. S.d44 G BREAD CAKES PIES Swim Trunks

Plumbing Contractor COOKIES Socks

5306 Holmes Boulevard DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER

Plumbing Fixtures, SuppliesPumps,Repairs ISLAND IAKERY Beach Towels

PHONE 771-2416 I. /lfle tJtIt 1II'UlLay

p'ffica ;. f / Phone
You Con RENT Away ,
-- 778-1161
A SUBSIDIARY 0'V1" !II:t'r r/[Jcwt/la"y FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS Plan

Linens, Blankets, Pillows,Fans,Hospital Beds ac sI". ww_ .wan,..,..,.,."
1965 ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE
NOISELESSAIR LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778.1472
FRESH MILK DAILY

IDEAL FATHER'S DAY GIFT GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
CONDITIONER
NEW JARCO HANDY DANDY
AS LOW AS $138.88 IASNG

FREE INSTALLATIONWITH SIIt I e DEPENDABLE POWERFUL, OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.

UTILITY LITE
EVERY
SOME MODELS DAY
Stay Lit Switch ISLAND

Clips oa like a pea SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
Wt art plaiiiig o. 4 Woidirfil days t.Se. la
Irigkt Gold Fiaba ."Hill BATTERIES
J..., '..r.. Rico Coutiig, of' course INCLUDED HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE

o. YOU to help as roach oar a..... Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. Phone 778.1771 Days

ISLAND TV 7781703Corner 778-1131 STJUMMOJ 778-1440 Nights .
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5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach 01& HOLMES BEACH =,
of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd.
AAA Service Mechanic

o Telephone 778-2022 NEW and USED CARS

\U ( Planning Trip ?
( r'C- lEACH LIQUOR STORE
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You Ring 778.2023 We Bring'SEAGRAM'S
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% AIR LINES OFC 8 !..

... Fifth Crown Royal
'. S639Flavored
,' .L- \-.._'-_-'Y.,:r....- .. ----,- STEAMSHIPSTOURS Fifth J8J5
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.. I/K $4.65SPECIAL SCOTCH
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MANATEE COUNTY WATER nary ,lea tiSewce Black LabelBallantine Gift FREE Wrap Busch Falstaff Bavarian:

COMPANY, INC. COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE CANS AND Black Label

Business Office ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 6 PAI $1.08 Delivery 6 PAK 89C

Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The Entire Island