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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 24, 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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VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


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711 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 24, 1965 TEN CENTS .



Practice Bomb Progress At PETE'S PLACE Fir.works Display At Manatee


Found In BayA ;
\ "" County leach Sunday July 4A
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100-pound practice :)..) ',;Y, Ii.t.. ,,:- '
dummy bomb, believed to f' 'I' "PI't display of fireworks, of Bradenton, Bank of Pal-

have been dropped during \t : <' sponsored by Manatee metto, Key Royale, Inc.,

World War II, was foundIn \: County businesses, clubs S400 Gulf Drive Apart-

Sarasota Bay Sunday. "I.\\. \. and organizations, is to ments, Blue Water Beach
The Manatee County Sheriff's iY. be shown at the Manatee Apartments, the Manatee

Department had ,.,,',: ;,:"!I;' :<., County Beach In Holmes County Chamber of Com-
received about the : Beach at 8:15 p.m., Sun- merce, Webb's Island

bomb for reports the past few -o.", ., .. ... .,., day, July". Pharmacy, Day Area Insurance -
weeks, and had been Those who have contri- Anna Maria IGA.
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searching for it. -'- ., ,1ioI 1 buted to the cost of the and Marchand's Market.

Sunday morning, Wil- display to date are: the Others who wish to con-

liam Burdick of Palmetto 1 'j Cities of Anna Maria, tribute may take or send
and Franklin Pearson of Holmes Beach and Bra- contributions to C. E.

Ellenton found the bomb denton Beach, the Island Brewer at the Island Bank,

while digging for scallopsnear Kiwanis Club, Inter City or to A. L. Genung, presIdent -

Tidy Island, near National Bank, Manatee of the Island Divisionof
Cortez Road and 85th National Bank, the Island the Chamber of Com-
Street. Bank, First National Bank merce.

After notifying the Sheriff's OrdinanceTo
Sign Youth Center
Department early

Sunday afternoon, Burdick Be Enforced Summer ProgramThe
and Chief Deputy Clyde
Gill located the bomb in J Holmes Beach officials first week of the

about four feet of water, plan to remove all signs summer program at the
and called MacDill Air for which permits are Island Youth Center Included -

Force Base in Tampa for required, and for which classes In Puppetry -

, a bomb expert. permits have not been Drama and Art, with
issued. enrollment of 25
Sgt. Fred Conner was
sent to take charge of the The city sign ordinance, members.
salvage operation He and which was passed Jan. 5, Opening session of girls'

Gill loaded the bomb intoa requires that all ownersof softball on Wednesday
small skiff. Conner signs call at the city evening was successful,

opened the bomb and allowed office and secure necessary with 12 players enrolling.It .

fresh water, which permits before July i is hoped that some of
had been placed in it whenit 5. With the permit a tag the mothers will Join the
Is Issued which must be .oftballaroup.
was manufactured He ,the to .tttchvt-. .*.<" .1", i._ _TW_._'.m.- escape. explained According to Alderman schedule has started, with
water had been added to
Jack Neal, chairman of games to be played on
give the bomb weight.
the city's committee on Wednesday evenings afterthe
Conner said the bomb
signs, signs without girls' More
was called a "Blue Boy," any games.
tags will be removed by softball players will he
and probably had been in
the city, starting July 7. welcome In the men's and
the Bay since about 1943.
The area in which it was High Twelve Club boys' group
A tennis tournament,
found was a World War II
tenant Coles of General under the direction of
practice bombing range. Telephone Co. will explainthe Instructor Miss Nancy
He said the nose fuse
operation of the Carson, has been under-
might still have a live
TeUtar Communications for the several
way past
booster in it. The bomb
Satellite at a meeting of weeks. l Flnalu will be
was taken to Mac Dill for
the Island High Twelve played ar 9 a.m., Saturday,
disarming.
Club, Thursday, June 24, June 26. The public Is
Sheriff Ken Gross, Gill,
i at the Gulf Terrace Invited.In .
Sgt. Phil Silverthorn and
At the club meeting on November, the Inland

Deputy Tommy LeGrande ....-.- July 1, Fire Marshal Leon Teen Club will presentthe
and in
investigated helped
the salvage operation. West side of Pete Reynard's Holmes Lower picture shows interior of new F. Stafford of Holmes play "Our Town" by

Beach Yacht Club, as construction on building almost completely enclosed, Beach will discuss "The Thornton Wilder. This
Local Postmasters Anna Maria Island Flru Is used In the drama
the exterior of the new restaurant but without any partitions In place. play
Attend MeetingC. building neared completion this week. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Prevention District (Continued on (Page 3)


T. Howard Post

Office Department Trans- NOTICETO
portation Director for the

Atlanta region met :,
Saturday with area
post
ALL OWNERS OF SIGNS IN
masters to announce the
HOLMES BEACHi
full activation of the
Sectional Centeron "l: The Sign Ordinance adopted January 5, 1965
Tampa requires that all owners of signs call at the
July 1. ,, 'JIfpr City Office and secure the necessary Sign

Local Post Office per- "" .. '4 Permit prior to July 5, 1965. Application
sonnel who attended the ;t
.. should Indicate size and location of Nlgn.
,
meeting were Mrs. Irma \ With (Permit, a. tag will be Issued which
Cox. postmaster at Bra- T Tf MUST BE ATTACHED TO EACH SIGN.
denton Beach Mrs. Sally
; AFTER JULY 5, 1965ALLSIGNSWITHOUT(
Sterner, acting post- TAGS WILL UK REMOVED BY rim CITY
master, and Sam Adams, MARSHAL.

assistant postmaster at Pauline II. Archer
Anna Maria Miss Helen
City Clerk
Holt, postmaster at Longboat
Key and Clara f: tSome

Brown, clerk at CorteAt /.
the meeting, Howard ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

described in detail the i w..., R..II. .
transportation plans that T.-.,.
will provide for the speedy T_,_, ..

interchange of mall g H- 4... H.yh
between the sectional cen-
ter and Its associate June 1574 82 72 86 81 .1.1v

offices. He also empha June 16..76 81 78 S4 8) None

sized the savings that June 17 -75 86 82 90 84 None

should result by reductionof June 18--78 85 76 86 85 .2

travel time and operating June 1976 80 79 86 83 None
expenses, and the of the heavy rock which was south of 4th Street South, Bradenton June 20.-77 86 78 88 8) None
elimination of massing hauled by the State Road Departmentthis Beach from the possibility of storms June 211. 84 *<) 86 HI None I

malls on larger offices. week to protect State Road 789 and high tides. (ISLANDER PHOfO( )





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We are greatly enjoying The ISLANDER, and look
forward eagerly to its arrival each week.
Mrs. Edward J. Hassig

Newtown, Conn.
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I No place like Florida to find a spot for an ideal picnicking or swimming can be enjoyed in a Can't wait to receive my ISLANDER each week, and
vacation, where fishing, exploring, skindiving. leisurely manner under a bright and pleasant sun. am so "homesick" to be there again.


I from This Corner Mrs.Hamilton. Curtis, Ohio* Doyle

We do enjoy The ISLANDER so much. Just like

by THE EDITOR having a visit with all our good friends on the Island.
Eva and Bob Taylor

Last week's Miss Florida Pageant at Sarasota was members of the county commission one talks to. Wakefield. Mass..
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the best ever, and shows the results of having a full
time paid director. And from the published picturesof The only conclusion one can form about the weekend We have really enjoyed reading your paper and
the finalists, the judges must have had no easy timeto patrons of a nays Ide tavern on the Island is that they feeling that we are getting to know the island that way.
arrive at their decision. Choice of the winner wasa not only are rock and roll fans (or whatever the latest Mrs. James M. King

popular one with several members of the press dance craze is), but also that they arc all nearly stone Columbus. Ohio.
corps covering the pageant, and some who watched the deafl) The "musical" instruments are amplified so
pageant say the new Miss Florida will be among the the dancers will be sure to get the beat, and as an Congratulations on the fine job you are doing with
front-runners at Atlantic City. added attraction, all the windows are left open so The ISLANDER. Digger and better each issue!
that everyone in a radius of three-quarters of a mile Allan Brown

Islander Birdie Tebbetts now has his may have the privilege of enjoying the BIG SOUND! East. Andover. N. 11.
Cleveland Indians doing everything just It's sufficiently loud so that it can be picked up by a
about right Including winning their last tape recorder at a half-mile distant, which of course, I look forward each week to your interesting
12 games, and pulling up into a second- II is especially pleasant at 2:30 a.m. Who wants to newspaper in order to keep Informed on what is going
place tie In the American League, onlya sleep anyway? on down there until the time comes for us to move to
half-game out of first. Although it's the Island permanently. We hope it will be soon.

still too early to make any hard and fast A reception at Roser Church Tuesday evening Lewis L. Frankford
predictions, with the season less than TEBBETTShalf brought out several hundred persons to bid farewellto Quogue. N. .Y.
over, the kind of baseball the Indians have been popular clergyman, the Rev. Richard Wiggins, and
playing is the kind that could win the pennantl! his family. As a token of the esteem of his parishioners Have enclosed zip code because I don't want to miss
and friends, the Rev. and Mrs. Wiggins were even one issue of The ISLANDER and its interestingnews

A bus load of potential bond buyers, representativesof given a silver service and a purse to help establish and features.
some of the country's largest banks and financial their new home. Mrs. Matthew S. Dziagwa
institutions, were entertained here last week. Before Des Plaines 111.
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being offered nearly $30 million in Port Manatee and
Manatee River Dam bonds, they were treated to a I enjoy The ISLANDER very much, as it helps to
tour of the county to look over the "merchandise." keep me in touch with former friends, and up to dateon

Then, as usual, the greater part of the entertainingwas what is going on down there.
done in an adjacent county! Mrs. Elizabeth nigham
Mt. Vernon, Ohio

Two of Manatee County's greatest assets at this
point arc its two Legislators--Senator Ed Price and The Islander

Representative Wilbur Doyd. Doth did outstandingjobs (" An Independent Weekly published J

during the regular session of the Legislature, every Thursday by THE ISLANDER
with Price being voted "most valuable by his PUBLISHING COMPANY 314 Pine ,

colleagues, and Boyd rating high in the same poll. Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida '
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EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL"" -:
Dick Rose, chairman of the Bradenton Beach special ADVERTISING MANAGER: w. ...
committee on erosion, reports that his most recent MARGE KIMBALL ash
visit to the county commission office this week left it Mail Address: P. O. Box 757, Anna "tII
him with a feeling of frustration. Rose said that tryingto Maria, Fla. Telephone 778-2021
find out anything definite about when the two 33501 VOl
permeable groins in Bradenton Beach will be startedwas ; Entered as Second Class matter

a harrowing experience. Information on the under the Act of March 3, 1879
subject, he said, depends largely on which of the

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Thursday June 24, 1965 THE ISLANDER PaRe 3S'ilvet

YOUTH CENTER .
Real' Estate Safe
RIlg d (Continued from Page 1)
afteockle class for study, and cast- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P.
\ Ing will be done soon. Ronan of Schenectady, N.
ells N Twenty members of the Y. have purchased partsof
1 Teen Club will be neededto Lots 4 and 5, Block 18,
f
take West Wind Shores Sub-
part as actors,
And HOW does garden ?
your grow stage and lighting crews, division, 70th Street,
How many "shopping days" are there before and to help with the makeup Holmes Beach,from Mrs.
Christmas? Isn't It about this time of year that some costumes, tickets and Mae Belle of Dania, Fla.
advertiser throws this out for our consumption? advertising.All teenagers The transaction was
Which reminds me--did you make a New Year's interested are asked to handled by Gertrude Blas-
resolution to plant one new plant this year? If you contact the director of the singame, registered real
didn't, it's a thought. So many new and Interesting youth center. Practical estate broker of Anna
plants are being developed or brought to this country theatre periods are heldat Maria in cooperation with
that a nursery tour (and I don't mean BABY) might 2:30 p.m., Thursdays, the listing broker, Dick
prove an Interesting diversion on a dull summer and from 7 to 8 p.m., Wagner of Bradenton
afternoon. If you attended the opening of the new bankat Saturdays. Beach.
Cortez Plaza, I'll bet the interior planting had you "The Fugitives" will be Roser ServiceThe
ohing and ahing. Through the center of the bank Is a P. the band at the Teen Club
large planter bin filled with Spathophyllum Cleve- dance on Friday evening, Sacrament of Holy
landil. I don't know why it is called Cleveland, but June 25. Chaperones on Communion will be observed -
It Is truly the most exotic plant I've seen In these June 11 were Mr. and at the 9 a.m.
regions. The flowers look like a pure white anthurium Mrs. George Norwood and Morning Worship Serviceat
and the elongated leaves are a rich, dark, glossy Mrs. H. C. Bud Green. Roser Memorial Com-
green. As the flowers fade, they turn from white to Last week chaperones munity Church, Sunday,
a pale green. When Sally Colby, whose husband Eric were Mrs. Frank Dobbe, June 27.
you've seen on Tampa TV, recently made a trip to Mrs. Jack Marshall and The special Communion
Costa Rica, she saw huge pastures filled with spath- .... Mrs. Russell Guild. Offering will be directedto
ophyllum and the cattle contentedly munching the : Schedule at the youth Mission work through
plants. Here we grow them In deep shade but In Costa Fisheye view of HMS BOUNTY. (ISLANDER PHOTO) center for the next weekIs Church World Service.
Rica, they thrive in full sun. It's most encouraging to see the large number of as follows: ThursdayJune Communion meditation
small palms that have been planted on Anna Maria ( 24)): 2:30 p.m., given by the Rev. RichardK.
the past few weeks. During the early years they are Drama Class; Friday Wiggins, pastor of the
beautiful small trees. The person who has vision (June 25)): 2:30 p.m., church, will be entitled=
plants these seedlings knowing what magnificent Puppetry Class, 7:30 p. The Challenge of Jesus.
r specimens they will be at maturity. By planting small m., Dance Night;SaturdayJune New members will be received -
trees, he Is giving to the Island Its greatest asset-- ( 26)):8:30 a.m., Pram into the church,
natural beauty. You can sell It--but you can't buy it. Sailing, 9 a.m., Tennis including the Youth Mem-
1 1v Tournament, 2:30 p.m., bership Class.
The inner half of every cloudIs Art Class, 7-10 p.m., The sermon will be the
bright and shining; Drama and Record Night; pastor's farewell message -
I therefore turn my clouds about Tuesday (June 29)), 2:30 to the congregation.The .
And always wear them inside out p.m., Puppetry Class, 7- following week he will
Have you started to plan your fall and winter garden? To show the lining. 10 p.m., Record Night; assume his new positionIn
Perhaps this thought was the one that brought Christ- Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler Wednesday (June 30)),2:30 the Migrant Program.
mas with it. Few plants are as satisfactory and p.m., Drama Class (Ages
require as little care as chrysanthemums. If you See you next week. 9-12), 7 p.m.,Girls'Soft- Boys' Softball, 8IOpm.,
didn't make tip cuttings, you will be able to purchase --GINNIEWe'relelling ball, 8 p.m., Men's and Record Night.
small plants In the garden supply stores for the next
few BE A REGULAR: SUBSCRIBER TO'I'he ISLANDER,
months. Give them a liquid feeding every two or
three weeks and they will reward you with a profusionof THE ISLAND'S OWN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. BE
flowers. To prevent the brown leaves from appear- You I IA SURE TO GET YOUR COPY IN THE MAIL EACH
ing at the base of the plants, spray regularly with a WEEK FOR ONLY $3.50 PER YEAR IN THE U. S.
good fungicide. Not chrysanthemums, but all Call 778-2021 or write: Box 757, Anna Maria, Fla.
plants in your garden will appreciate a good fungicide city meeting may take two hours or more.A .
spray during this hot, humid weather. newspaper can publish only a few-minutes' .\ ( ) J' ''I
high-spot review with the reporter using his 't
Judgment rcftJrdlntf what Is newsworthy.. The
administration decides what goes Into the
Minute Hook-AND WHAT IS LI-FTOUTI
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THE ISLANDER Thursday, June 24, 1965I
4

I ALL ABOUT PEOPLE Guests attti Motels

MERRIMAC ON THE CULFi Mr. and Mr*. R. L. Dyer of Euatia, and
children. Mr. Terry Thomas and children, and Mr*. Valeria Daughtry
ROBERT F. MOKRY of Columbus, Ohio recentlywas of Lutz. Mr. and Mra. Robert VanKleek of Dubuque. Iowa. Mr. and
named Midwest promotion manager for the Mr. J. K. Stoll of Vlckburg. Ml*., and children.
PALM COURTi Mr. and Mra.Daniel Han of Dayton. Ohio, and daughter. .
Western Red Cedar Lumber Association, an affiliateof Mr. and Mr*. V. C. Bahler of Bartow. and children. Mr. and Mra.
Western Wood Products Association of Portland, n William Gonzalez of Tampa, and family. Mr. and Mr*. Rudolph Chavezof
and Mr W. W. Bullock of
Mr.
Tampa and family. Charlotte N. C.
Ore. Mokry, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gale Owen of St. Lout, and daughter and friend.
Mokry of Willow Avenue, Anna Maria, recently EAST Of THE SUN Mr. and Mr. J. H. Moore of Louisville Ky., and son
Mr. and Mr. Richard L.Davis 3rd of Plantation. Guests of Mr. and
association's and mills in the
visited all the plants
Mr*. LaMoine Baker for a few week are their granddaughters Pamela and
United States and Canada. He will head a new WRCLA Patricia Callmeyer of Hoagland. Ind.
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. B. Tyner of Tampa. Mr
where he will
office in Madison Wis. move
regional and Mr*. Robert Mayer of Milliard. Ohio.
with his family soon. ROD & REEL MOTELS Mr. and Mr*. L. R. Battle, and Mr. and Mrs J.
MRS. VERNON H. LAMP of Bradenton Oatechude of Kathleen. Mr. and Mr*. Curry A. Barnes. Mr. and Mra.
MR. AND
J. Rotza and children, Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Kelley and daughter, and Mr. and
Beach returned home recently from a visit to Red Mrs. Luke AYCOCk all of Tampa. Bert T. Rountree of Cincinnati .
and and with their Mr. and Mra.C.M.Barnes of Enterprise Ala., and family. Mr. and Mra.
Minn. Minneapolis a
Wing, stay C. E. Bradley of St. Petersburg. Mr.and Mr*.W. Varrl of Orlando. .
son and his family in Fort Campbell, Ky. Mr. and Mr*. Frank W.Johnaon Jr. of Calneivllle. Mr. and Mr*. A.E.
STANLEY KALISCH of Anna Maria, who has been urre.>a Mackay of Ormond Beach. Mr. and Mr*. John T.Hanna of Palmetto and
daughter.
practice teaching at Lake Worth High Schoolwas a HALEY'S MOTELi Mr. and Mrs George H. Coom Indianapolis, and
guest last week of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 9't family. Mr. and Mr*. R. VanKleek of Dubuque, Iowa.S. .
: S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr.and Mra.M. C. Wetherington of Lakeland
Paul Zienkiewicz of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria. Mr. and Mr*. David L. Walker of Morgantown Ind. Mrs 0. R.
He plans to attend a trimester course at Florida State Keene of Temple Terrace. Mr. and Mr*. C. J. Canella of Fort Leaven-
worth, Kan., and family. Mr. and Mr*.Cecil Howard of Dayton Ohio. .
University starting this week. Mr. and Mr*. Carl F. Winger of Elkhart.Ind. Mr. and Mr*. T. S. Mathi
MRS. ALFRED G. BIRKMAN, president of the IslandWoman's of Bartow.
ROCKETTES GULF TO BAYMOTELI Mr and Mrs. Eatua
THE A. Burns of
Club, and Mrs. Frank Schroeder, club Beaumont, Texaa. Mr. and Mr*. Frederick D. Henjrejx and family and
treasurer, last week attended the presidents' meeting Mr. and Mr*. Dents Weatherhead of Miami. Mr. and Mra. Walter M.
Jarret of Baltimore. Mr. and Mr*.D.E.MattJn&ly 01 Loulavllle, Ky., and
of District 14 of the Florida Federation of Women'sClubs
party. Mr. and Mr*. A. Recht of Jackson Heights N. Y. and aon. .
in St. Petersburg.MISS Mr. and Mr*. A. J. LaDucer of Saraaota. Mra.Annie Schollkoll Mr. and
LORRAINE ANN GOLDSBOROUGH last week -4' Mr*. Frank Louis, Jack Wilaon and Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd R. Boyer and
family all of De Soto, Mo. Mr. and Mr*. Vernon E. Hancock and family.
became the bride of James LeRoy Sponheim, at the Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Hancock, and Mr. and Mra. Allen E. Belcher and
Roser Memorial Community Church. The bride is family, all of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mr*. Milton Addlton of Tampa. .
Mr. and Mr*. Vincent A. Meder of Orlando and family. Mr. and Mr*.
the daughter of former Island residents, Mr. and C. C. LJghtaey of Haines City and family. Mr. and Mra. Max A.
Mrs. James Goldsborough, and the groom is the kcCAROL Henderaon of Plant City. Mr. and Mr*. Albert R. Ham of Bradley, and
family. Mr. and Mr*. Earl Couraey of AnnUton, Ala.,and grandchildren
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlowe J. Sponheim of Tampa. Mr. and Mr*. Stanley Wilaon Lakeland,and family. Mr. and Mr*.
COL. AND MRS. WALTER FAGAN and family of Don Adam of Richmond. Ind. Mr. and Mr*. Paul K. Barnett of Win-
cheater Va.. and family. Mr. and Mr*. Henry D. Ctllard. Mr. and Mra.
Bradenton, former residents of Anna Maria, left last Joaepb Clllard and Mr. and Mr*. Henry D. Gilled all of Wauchula. .
week for East Central Africa, where Col. Fagan will Mr. W. A. Kelly Miss Grace Kelly and Mr*. B. H. Cllllgan of Alachua.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL Joe Cabanlc of
Charlotte N. C.
represent the Episcopal Church in organizing a BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Mr. and Mr*. Julius McLeodof Wtmauma.
program for the construction of schools and churchesin WEST WIND APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. C. Il.Valenti and Mr. and Mra.
Arthur Klar of Akron. Ohio.
Malawi. Mrs. Fagan is to serve as secretary to BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mr*. George H. Henrlquei and
an Episcopal bishop there. They expect to remain in MISS MARTIN MUSE Mr. and Mr*. AlSchellone and children of Bradley. Mr. and Mra. Hamish
Africa for the next two years. Among the debutantes to be presented to society at J. Rutherford olAshburtonNewZealand. Mr.and Mr*.William E. Futon
of Alliance Ohio, and children. Mr. and Mra. Russell Goodwin of Battle
MR. AND MRS. JERRY B. SHELL of Gainesville, the annual Damas Guadalupanas Ball this year is Miss Creek. Mich., and aon. Mr. and Mr*. Raul Calve of Miami and family
and their son, were visitors last week at the homeof Carol Martin Muse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesC. Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Feud Jr. of Tampa, and children.
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTELi Mr.and Mr*.Edwin Nuaky Hamilton. Ohio. .
Mr. Shell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Shell of Muse of Panama City, Panama. Miss Muse Is one Mr. and Mr*. M.J. Tobin of Troy. N. Y. Mr. and Mra. E. W. Smith and
Holmes Beach. of the four North American girls Invited to make her Mr. and Mr*. Robert Bigg Muskegon.Mlch. Earl B. Hanaen of Miami
Mr. and Mr. Pat Saunders of Lakeland. Mr.and Mr*. R. Brainard
MR. AND MRS. JACK MARSHALL of Anna Maria debut in the Republic of Panama. of Coral Gable Mr. and Mr*. James W. Burke of Fort Meade.
have as guests for two weeks, their nieces, Cissy Miss Muse, who was born in Atlanta, has resided in NOMAD MOTELi C. B. Baldrldge Jr. of Decatur Ga. E. Belcher of
Port Meade and party. Mr. and Mr*. C. Crave of Morton Dl. Mr.
and Alice Wagner of Signal Mountain, Tenn. Panama for the past twelve years. She attended and Mra. R. L. Mourning of Detroit. Henry T. Lancaster of Beaufort
MRS. DAVID CRAFT of Shell Drive, Holmes Beach, Nuestra Senora de Bethlehem School, and was N. C.. and family. Mr. and Mr. R. T.Vlnr of Atlanta. L. Henderaon
of Yorktown Ind., and family. Mr.and Mr*.C.A. Ferrard of St. Peters
left the Island recently to spend the summer at her graduated from Balboa High School this month. In burg. Mr. and Mr*. C. Wood of Palmetto. D. William of Lakeland.
home in Cooksburg, Pa. September she will enter Rollins College at Winter TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mr*. Earl Hanaeman of Blue Ash Ohio. Mr.
ANt and Mr*. C. E. Corbett and Robert Beth of Orlando. Mr. and Mra. S.
MR. MRS. ALFRED STEUP have left for Park. She is the granddaughter of Col. and Mrs.H. Hunbhrea of Lakeland. Jen Meley of Plant City, and party. Mr. and
Hearst, Ont., for three months, after occupying their Eugene Cox of Anna Maria, and of Mrs. Roy Mr*. F. N. Wright of St. Petersburg. Mr*. R. Holmes of MooreavtUe.
home on 63rd Street, Holmes Beach, since last Mather of Atlanta. children.Ind., and party. Mr. and Mr*. John Berndiaon of Livonia Mich., and

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More About PeopleTHE -

I REV. AND MRS. GERALD K.LOWE of Holmes
Beach, and family, are leaving this week for their I
annual vacation in Canada. Services at the Episcopal

Church of The Annunciation on Sunday, June 27, will ., ,
be conducted by the Rev. H. C. Benjamin of Holmes
Beach, and those in July by the Very Rev. Charles al
Fulsom-Jones of Dunedin.MR. .
AND MRS. LEWIS MADEIRA of Lancaster,
Pa., and daughter Christine, are visiting Mrs. s
Madeira's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
George Norwood of Holly Road, Anna Maria. The :
Madeiras are staying at the Blue Water Beach

Apartments.MR. .
AND MRS. JACK MARSHALL of Anna Mariaare
enjoying a visit from members of their family.
Their youngest daughter, Jacquelyn Corrigan, has '
arrived to make her home in Manatee County again, Some of the nearly 2,000 youngsters who are enrolled
six in ,1 in the swimming classes at the Anna Maria Bay Park
after spending the past years California and \
New Mexico. With her three children, John, Lisa and r; a. s r sponsored by the Manatee County Schools. (Islander
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Christopher, she is at home to her many friends for .1 Photo)

the summer at 101 Gulf Drive North, Bradenton ) Gloria Dei Church Bible School Ends
i
Beach. : \ exercises at 11
MR. AND MRS. MAX KUNKEL of 2300 Canasta John Harter(center)receives scholarship check from Summer ScheduleThe Closing June 25,will
a.m., Friday,
Drive, Bradenton Beach, observed their 60th wedding Mrs. C. E. Brewer(left,chairman of the scholarship conclude the two-week
anniversary on June 18. They were married at St.Paul's committee of Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma morning worship Bible School at
service at Gloria Dei Vacation
Lutheran Church in Chicago, June 181905. Phi, as Mrs. Bill Britt looks on. Harter, a pre-med Memorial Commu-
Lutheran Church on Sun- Roser
Present for the event were their son, Max KunkelJr. student at Manatee Junior College, is the son of Mr. school
The
day, June 27, will mark nity Church.
of Chicago; their daughter Miss Louise Kunkel; and Mrs. Robert F. Harter of Bradenton Beach.
Mrs. Kunkel s sisters Mrs. E. K. Stamm and Mrs.H. (ISLANDER PHOTO) the beginning of the sum- has been jointly sponsoredby
V. Finlayson of Sarasota, and Mrs. Kunkel'snephew mer vacation period to be Roser Church and
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Finlayson, PAUL W. ENDRISS of Holmes Boulevard Holmes observed through July and Gloria Dei Lutheran
also of Sarasota. When their son flew in from Chicago, Beach, has had as visitors at his home for the past August, with a special Church. anda
40 children
he brought Mr. and Mrs. Finlayson's four grand- three weeks, his two grandchildren Lisa Ann, four, sermon on the theme About and adminis-
Finding God in the Sum- teaching
children, who will visit their grandparents In Sarasotafor and John Christian Endriss, two. The youngsters are mer Time." trative staff of 20 adults
a month. the children of Bill and Roberta Endriss of Bayshore
July and August and youth leaders of the
During
MRS. FRANCES COOK of the Sandman Motel, Gardens, who are enjoying a vacation In Spain. On
there will be no weekday two churches participat-
Bradenton Beach, and her daughters, Vickie and their way home from New York they plan to visit in of church
Debbie, and a friend, Lynne Berkopec of Mars, Pa., Kearny, N. J., with Bill's brother-in-law and sister, meetings of the of the ed.Daily offerings received
and Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Frieda Hesse of Bay Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bloodgood.MR. council or any toward the
auxiliaries of the church. will be given
Boulevard, Anna Maria, returned this week from a AND MRS. MARVIN BRADSHAW of Cincinnati work of the
three-day cruise to Nassau aboard the S. S.Florida.MR. have been spending a month's vacation with Mr. and school The will Sunday continue church to Important Florida Christian Minis-
AND MRS. AUGUST WAGNER of Sportsmans Mrs. Ed Geyer of Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach.
.
meet at 9:15 a.m. each try to Migrants.Mrs.
Holmes Beach, left Wednesday for Mountain MR. AND MRS. OTTO
Harbor, BURROUGHS, who have week, and the morning Richard Poe has
City Ga., where they will stay until September.MRS. vacationed at the Harbor Lane Apartments on Gulf worship service will be served as director of the
JAMES P.STEPHENS of South Bay Boulevard, Drive, Holmes Beach, for the past six months, are held at 10:30 a.m. The school, and the pastors of
Maria Is spending the summer visiting friends this week extended
Anna leaving on an motor trip throughthe church Is fully air con- the twochurchea.thcRev.
and family in Cincinnati. East before spending the summer in Farmington, ditioned and a nursery Is Richard K. Wiggins and
MRS. GEORGE CLARK of Concord Lane, Holmes Mich.
provided for pre-school the Rev. Lester M. Utz,
Beach, left the Island recently to spend July in Wal- MR. AND MRS. HOLBROOK ELLIS of Guava Street, children. were pastoral counselorsto
worth, N. Y. She will spend the month of August with Holmes Beach, are leaving soon for their summer Miss Lorraine Lee has the staff.
her son and daughter-in-law, Major and Mrs.James home on Portage Lake, Portage,Me.,where they will been granted a three-

H. Clark of South Hadley, Mass. stay until September. month leave of absence and during that time,Miss
MRS. HAROLD MILES 78th Street,Holmes Beach, RENE REDON of Crescent Drive, Anna Maria, has from her duties as organist Mary Dobbe of Holmes
for the sum'mer in Allison Park, Pa. returned home after short.
is vacationing a stay at Manatee Memo- and choir director, Beach will be the organist.
MR. AND MRS. D. HENRY CLAY of Spring Avenue, rial Hospital. .
Anna Maria left recently for Michigan, where they IUILOel O' HOMI'
for several months in Battle Creek. ANNA..MARIA. ...ELECTRIC. ... -----
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THE ISLANDER Thursday. June 21. 1961CHURCHES
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UNCLASSIFIED LEGAL NOTICE

advance payment required
RESOLUTIONA
ST. BERNARD MISSION U 1INe-S1>>-11t mbtutloor .

(CATHOLIC) BELOW MARKET: Choice Canal- PUBLIC RESOLUTION IMPROVEMENTS RELATING TO TO BE

Rev. Fronds F. welSBillef front Lou on 77th Street$4.ooo.72nd MADE ON A CERTAIN STREET
Street 4000. 99th Street 94.000. IN THE CITY OF HOLMES
MASS-SUNDAY I 1& 10 am Also Ideal Motel Site, approximately BEACH. FLORIDA
WEEKDAYS 8 am 103x230 feet half block to Gulf. + 9
HOLY DAYS 8 am & C pa Price $16,500. Want $10,000 offer. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD -E
ROSARY & BENEDICTION JOHN B. PROTHERO. RegisteredReal OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm Estate Broker 116-81st Street, HOLMES BEACH:
Holmes Beach or call 772554.UNUSUAL .
Harvey MmMrlal Church
OPPORTUNITY 1. THAT under the authority granted
(N..D..lnotl..I) Large United State and Canadian r r
to die City of Holmes Beach,Florida t tl
Bredenlen Beach Company in agricultural urgently by Chapter 170 of the FloridaStatutes.
Rev. A. W. Slum requires repre.ent.rlVelnrbllcounty 1963. It has been deter
for Crop Service Department. Applicant mined by the Board of Alder men of
SUNDAY must have recent agricultural said City that public Improvement
9)15 am Sunday SchoolCkrUriw background and be well regarded In shall be made on certain street In
area. the City such Improvement to l f
Science. Service Position Is full time or can be Include the paving of said streets 114
A. MU VesvsBiMiIfy ...... handled at first along with your presentfarming 2. THAT the street be paved Is 4Stt '
operation. Successful applicant Street from Gulf Drive, approximately ir
SUNDAY can expect earnings between 1.000 feet west to the Gulfof
.tOO am Sunday Service $100-$!50 weekly with excellent opportunity Mexico; +y
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH for early advancement. in 3. THAT the total cost of these Improvements P

..... Lee Retliff. Pester this area. has been estimated to i w r n F.
Write and tell me about yourself. be approximately Twenty-live Hun
THURSDAY l Reply once tot John House Box 103, dred O2.SOO.OO) Dollars;
'
7 tOO pm Church Choir Winter Garden iNTI 4. THAT one-third of the cost of said .... ..... 1"c i
SUNDAY FOR SALE OR 3-BR.2-BaUl: Improvements shall be paid by the :
8I4S am Sunday School Home with Florida Room. Close to City of Holmes Beach; -r
10(00 am Worship Service Beach. 5604 Guava Street. Holmes S. THAT special assessments shall be
Si30 pm Chapel Choir B'ch Call 778-2167 levied against the property abut-
6130 pm Worship Service WANTED TO BUYS 3-l/Z: HP Outboard ting on said street for the remainderof L
7130 pm Youth F.Uow.hip Motor. Cor. Gulf Dr. k Cocoanut the estimated cost. These ... ... .t..
WEDNESDAY Anna Maria, or write Lei L. S. assessments lobe prorated accordIng -
7(00 pm RA, GA. Sunbeam Mathews, Gen. Delivery Anna Maria. to the footage of the said
7lOO pm Prayer Meeting FOR""SALEi T RSSom HoOOsTf 3300. property abutting said streets;

R... .....,1.1 ClwrchH.nD.waewa.tl.n.l For Rent 2-3-4-Room Apartments. 6. THAT when final costs of the ..aidImprov.m.nt. .-. .. .. --O ,-- ---..+,

( ) t.nw Rate.. Call 778-2407.' mined at the completion. have been of the deter-work The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wiggins at reception in their honor at Roser

"... Richard K. Biffin PROPERTY MAINTENANCE the respective assessments shall and children, Becky Ricky and Nina Memorial Church Tuesday evening.
PUr be reviewed and If the final coats .
MOWING EDGING, ETC. hill be found to have exceeded
THURSDAY estimated costs,additional assessments -
Senior Choir
7 130
pm KEN FELLOWS shall be levied proportion
SUNDAY!
9iOO am Warship Service to the percentage of such excess;
lOlOO am Sunday School Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. and if the final costs shall be found YOU
7tOO pm Youth Followihip to be less than the estimated costs. save money
MONDAY! RARE BUY ON KEY KOY ALE I Non- rebates shall be rendered to each .
7lOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 waterfront corner lot across the street person assessed In proportion to
from Bay and Boat Baln.Underprlced the percentage of such lower coat;
Church of Th. Annunciation at $3.960, caah. MAHAR REAL ES- 7. THAT there be prepared a list of
(Episcopal) TATEv Phone_I7.5.9' the assessments to be levied baaed YOU
estimated coats, with the subdivision
STAMPS k SUPPLIES FOR COL- on look better
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector LECTORS. Come In and let us fill block and lot of each

THURSDAY those empty spaces In your album. butting property;
9100 am Holy Eucharist2nd We carry a supply for every collector. S. THAT the date of Tueaday July 6.I96J. .
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY You're welcome to come In t browse.M. at 7:30 P.M.. at the City
8iOO am Holy Eucharist L. O'Connor Stamps ft Supplies Office In Holmes Beach be set for
10130 am Family Eucharist & 2403-1 4th St. W.Bradenton.747-2316. a hearing on his action and on these YOU
Sermonj Church School FOR SALE \wo- el1room water- aaaeisments, and that letters be feel better
front home on Tampa Bay.beautiful written to the owner of record of
Gloria D.I Lutheran Church view of Skyway Bridge. Seawall, aaoeatoa butting properly advising them of
Rev. Lester M. Ut; Pastor shingle lifetime rcof,hardwood this action and of this hearing;
floors copper trim and pipes,built In 9. THAT a copy of this Resolution be
SUNDAY garage, completely furnished. published In The ISLANDER in the
9llS am Sunday School $ M. Goddard. owner. 893 No. issues of June 17.1961 snd June:i4. WITH CLEAN CLOTHES FOR SUMMERIt's
lOUO am Worship Service Shore Drive Ann Marla. Florida I 1965.
II 130 am Choir Rohoarsal WANTED TO BUYs All U. S. Coins, This Is to certify that the above Is a
Cold Currency or Foreign Coins of true and correct copy of the Resolution
any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, adopted by the Board (4 Aldermen on
etc. Byron's Bizarre Bazaar 2403 June 1. 1963. just like putting money in the bank!
14th St. W. Bradenton Ph.747-2316. PAULINE H. ARCHER
FOft REdT i 30*40-/t. Commercial City Clerk Bring bright summer
your garments
Building with shower and bath.Shelve 6-17' 2463Baskets

and workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine R out of hibernation and have them
Anna Maria. Inquire at Dottle's, or

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CLEANED
FOR SALEi 40-Foot Steel Flagpole ,. or

from Royale.the Excellent World' Fair for House business on Key or Lets of Tiiffij17th you'll enjoy them again and again .

rttidonc*. Contact Howard Adams *t
8-1917. A

FOR SALE::Toy White Poodle JUST CALL 778-2295
e 'srered. Call 747-1738. _
ALTERATIONS on all kind uf Cloth-;
Ing. Also Dressmaking, Drape Mr.'
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WATER CONDITIONING 5600 Marina Drive, Holm.. Beach Phone 7781267r
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ISLAND REAL ESTATEGeorge j




1"1- Wagler REALTY s { UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
I Island Shopping Center INSURANCE COMPANY
fONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA SI.u 1117P.t.ct
I C*..E.W....,(.....Brk.tAil 1.ar 'H'Etelt '....''''''''
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2 Bath Canal
Front Home
r rG DUPLEX BARGAININ
[1 Block from Beach, Central Heat
PERFECT CONDITION--Each side has
& Air Conditioning. Completely p'Y '
; 2 DR & 2 OATHS--FULLY FURNISHED-
Furnished, Unusual View TERMS IDEAL LOCATION wGulf Beach Privileges.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Enjoy "ISLAND
CANAL LOTS $2,250 I I75Foot LIVING" with a nice Income. TOTAL PRICE
ONLY $21,500. THIS IS WAY DELOW THE
Wide High Canal Lots at this MARKET V VALUE!!
remarkable price, well situated in residentialarea.
This offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLY! ISLAND SCENE IN ANNA MARIA. (Ulond.c Photo) PARRISH REALTY

Gertrude Blassingame RALPH H. PAUISH. M,.. PIGGY "HASSir MOOtt. AMMM.

1. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Pelt Office ....., AIIIM Met** .....: 7711902
Ii" Fran Maxon Associate *JRINA 9househunting-,
BUILDING PHONE 77813W'ANNA
.:)... MARIA. FLORIDA _"IfA'J/'r' ? Canal Front HomeNEAR

HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER.
LET A PROFESSIONAL
DICK WAGNER Two Bedrooms Fireplace, Closed garage w/

Realtor "Homefinder"FIND utility room, good dock. Owner la leaving

2217 GULP DRIVE BHAOCNTON BEACH country. Will sell furnished for low price of

OW Leasing & S PLAZA' $16,800 with
A HOME FOR YOU TERMS
Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank
lirt Stin Spici-Nlfllit llliHliitlti- JOHN B. PROTHERO
|Ample Parking Area-Modem In All Respects 4-1 ItdrooM Allart..tsNEARING .....,.... R..I! I.,... Irtktr-Silts I Infill

For Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464 116-81 ST. 778.2554 Holmes BeachJACK'S
COMPLETIONWATERFRONT

a
SECLUDED UNIQUE
,
BARGAIN BOARD
Canal Front HomeMain MODEL

House: Two Bedrooms, Oath HUGE BARGAIN LOTS
Living Room Den Dining Room, Spacious OPENat r
Kitchen Utility Room with bath, and one-car
garage (Another could be added). Central CANAL LOT 75 x 145
heating &air conditioning.Attached GLASSED CLOSE TO BEACH
AND SCREENED HEATED POOL for year-
round use.Large connecting studio with bath-- Sold 5 Years ago for $3,000
skylight and northern exposure--an artist'sor SEE Yours today for $2,250
writer's dre.am--or use as a guest apart-
ment or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees JACK HOLMES, Realtor
and shrubs provide a park-like setting for this HOLMES BEACH
unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof PHONE 77I-U4I 6101 MARINA DRIVE -
$45,000 cash, furnished, please do not FULL BUSINESS ZONING A Fine
request an appointment to see the property. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA investment at bargain price of

Clad ........, $4,400

Mahar flat ...... Rtiltor
JACK MARSHALL
IUTH MAHAt UO MAHAIiHhtMtd -
..11 Estet '"..n
M & M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
7702 Cell Drhri, (Mats luck 771-115f
BEST PlACE TOIFmNcEAHoMEmII
r

Don't Leave The Island

s KEY ROYALEANoBAY before you see

MAlAm COIIfTY 5400 Gulf Drivea

PALMS handsome: :apartment complex,
condominium ownership
--
1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths

MODEL HOMES electric ranges a wealth of closet area

OPEN DAILY carpeting wall: to wall: upper floors

Screened porches, placed for privacy

--e- SWIMMING POOLand
HOMESITES and HOMESIN
300 feet of beautiful beach to enjoy

EVERY PRICE RANGE $15,500 $18,500
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I 'I 5400 GULF DRIVE

BROKER HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Phone 778-1917 T.I.p.... 771.16111ursday



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I HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE c9J-I Gifts Cards y Gifts
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Phone 778.1771 Days r from For ALL
!
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER NORaoss
sTAISMI. 778-1440 Nights OccasionsFor
: OIL ,, OVERALL
HOLMES BEACH PRE-INVENTORY SALE the &wn
AAA Service Mechanic WORLD Everybody
ON
NEW and USED CARS Florida Souvenirs

ODDS & ENDSvlnmps .dA lowe gift and FREE mail wrap

fJett 7** 1/t ed Scsc.,?, /"Gift Items .i3. _fc 5*<>/.r_W J9k. OMjrfKfccvtr
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Jig Saw Puzzles '"'

PaintByNumbersMosaic TahlesY"'Pidures" It's

KitsGeometric Drapery Material Summertimef

PuzzlesYOU SAVINGSup .
ARE WELCOME TO BROWSE itsShift

to 33-1/3%
Time

HOBBY 778-1020 Telephone 778-1019 SOLIDS PRINTS
CHECKS
NEW SUMMER HOURS -
,
( c..9.a v..aC
rw
McDonald Noon on Wednesday
CLOSED AT Beach Shifts
3o'clock| on Saturday

DON'T SWELTER. You Can RENT Casual Shifts
FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS Dress up Shifts
h ()Oll.O,\ rOI< TAtHE Linens, Blankets Pillows,Fans,Hospital Beds
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE Sizes 8 to 20 & Half Sizes
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 7781472SililSOtlatexWall
with PH I LCO $6.98 to $25

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FAMOUS'Oft QUALITY THE WORLD OVER : J.

1965 0 ...., of Point La y- .1\1 _. ,.". t / Phone
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Plan
jJ CLEAN UP WITH WATERChoose ... _. ,
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CONDITIONER ,W, o1AS11NG
AS LOW AS $138.88 'v FRESH MILK DAILY

FREE INSTALLATIONWITH .. .c...............b.d. GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.

SOME MODELSDON'T !.; .=, ..Na7 miA HMQ_ $ 0 5 HANDY DANDY
::.. ... .
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buy any air conditioneruntil Nan." ,':1\;: :E.IAIM..E..:...Aw4A OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.
you check the facts on WhhwTlooll GALLON EVERY DAY

PHILCO operating costs. from 60 Colors I IDON'T ISLAND -
Jj
ALSO- FORGET... GET SUNSET SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
A Product of PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANYHolmes
The BEST in TV by 4ID>
Beach Supplies IRC. Call 778-2012
ALL SIZES ALL PRICES
ISLAND TV 778-1703 778-1131 e Sthtdfttl I

5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbina Contractor
r 5306 Holmes Boulevard

Plumbing Fixtures,SuppliesPumps,Repairs I

MANATEE COUNTY Planning Trip ? .

WATER COMPANY INC. lEACH LIQUOR STOlE
,
1 4 'Pt1U Itflt StIWteefJ" HOLMES BEACH ONE" -STOP SHOPPING CENTER

You Ring 778.2023 We Bring
,
: The House
"A" IUNBQUART
II1SIA YOIIA
AIR LINES Of OLD
53.99
STEAMSHIPSTOURS Courtesy THOMPSON
T.I.phon.77S2022. Walker's Gin 3 for 110.00
3 for 110.00 ..
N Gin b Vodka

CRUISES IONDID ST CE 0 II Fifths 12.99
100 PmfN II Bellows Gin

... .- ....... See 3 for $11.65 y 3 for $10.00
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Ballantine WE Busch B'atian
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE CANS CATER Black Label
Business Office ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 6 PAl $1.08 THE BAR 6 PAl 89$
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The Entire Island/




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Page R THE ISLANDER Thursday.June 24. 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING I
CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH


HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICE' .c9J-I Gifts- Cards Gifts

Phone 778.1771 Days r UI\M\ N. from N For ALLOccasions
,
HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER ALLOVER NORCROSS
$TMMR. 778-1440 Nights

OIL HOLMES BEACH PRE-INVENTORY SALE the Qibm For

AAA Service Mechanic WORLD Everybody
ON
NEW and USED CARS Florida Souvenirs

ODDS & ENDS dt w we gift and FREE mail wrap

9eeesc9 7oQt c14 S".? X"Lamps /'Gift Items -\."' "7 **,'.., J J.A. atx"'".F
-
;' --
Jig Saw Puzzles "'* 'Pktures

PaintByNumbersMosaic "" Tables It's
KitsGeometric Drapery Material Summertimef

PuzzlesYOU SAVINGSup .
ARE WELCOME TO BROWSE itsShift
to 33-1/3%
Time
Telephone 778-1019

1181020r C.org.&Vr NEW SUMMER HOURS SOLIDS PRINTS CHECKS
C wce..uDON'T Noon on Wednesday
CLOSED AT Beach Shifts
3o.cock| on Saturday
Casual Shifts
SWELTER You Can RENT .
FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS Dress up Shifts
f.t OOl & COMFORTABLEPHILCO Linens, Blankets, Pillows,Fans,Hospital Bed
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE Sizes 8 to 20 & Half Sizes
LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778.1472SUIISOt'LatexWal
with, $6.98 to $25

.
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY THt WORLD OVER :

1965 0 ..... of Paint Lay. '\ Phone
NOISELESSAIR NO PAINTY ODOR Away 778.1161
r Plan
CLEAN UP WITH WATER cV"it' .....
CONDITIONER ac se. /****+-.s.%b* *"
F uCot
LASliNG
AS LOW AS $138.88 FRESH MILK DAILY

FREE INSTALLATIONWITH .. =...:::.w......... GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.

SOME MODELSDON'T !; 1'. .......,..... $ 5 HANDY DANDY
'-v \\ ..N....I.t...,.....,._".,...dk -
,
buy any air conditioneruntil "'.- ,1:1' ":",'\. +.........."".....w OPEN 1A.M.11P.M.EVERY .
you check the facts on GALLON DAY

PH ILCO operating costs. Choose from 60 Colors I IDONT ISLAND -

ALSO- FOKGE T...GET SUNSET \ SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
A Product of PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
The BEST in TV by cCI'D>
Holmes Beach Supplies lie. Call 778-2012
ALL SIZES ALL PRICES
ISLAND TV 778-1703 778-1131 # a SdtxcfauCPlumbing

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. 5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Contractor

5306 Holmes Boulevard

Plumbing Fixtures,Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
MANATEE COUNTY Planning Trip ? .

WATER COMPANY INC.Telephone. I lEACH LIQUOR STOlE
I .
?es 'Ptle4MfIt StIUJtu HOLMES BEACH ON STOP SHOPPING CENTER

O You Ring 778.2023 We Bring
II:
The House "A" BUNG
InSIA 'OIIA
AIR LINES Of OLDCourtesy
QUAI'$3.99
THOMPSON
STEAMSHIPSTOURS
Walker's Gin 3 for 110.00
3 for $10.00
778-2022 II ; Gin 6c Vodka

CRUISES 'O of oCK 0 II Fifths S2.99
100 h..,. N II Bellows Gin
Sec 3 for $11.65 y 3 for $10.00

Hot Cold You Have Hot .r COLD
Va/ 'U47 aSeuice Black label The Party Falstaff
Ballantine WE Busch B vari n
COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE CANS CATER Black Label
Business; Office ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 6 PAN $1.08 THE BAR 6 FAN 89C
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida
PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The Entire Island/