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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: July 1, 1965
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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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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UNIVERSITY I OF FLORIDA I ..
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VOICE OF ANNA' MARIA ISLAND

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No. 712 ANNA MARIA ISLAND FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 1, 1965 TEN CENTS

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Departments, which appear -
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Represenutivcu of law and order on the Island, left to right: posed with their up-to-date and well equipped patrol cars. Chief of police workon ,
'CJeutenanrTJUd Hammock Holmes Deach; Chief Gene V. Stewart W. H. Snooks Adams 'ornoImes Beach was not available when the Island

of Anna Maria City, and Chief James Lindsay of Bradenton Beach, picture was taken a few days ago. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Island RestaurantHas


Flr..rb Dls'Ly AI ... r.. City Meltings Postponed Power Squadron New Owners

Dinner MeetingA llaynes Restaurant in
C..t bud Meetings of the govern- Kay are In the city. regular dinner meet- the Island Shopping Cen-
Suud.y, July boards of the three A regular meeting of ing of the Anna Maria ter has been purchasedby

A display of fireworks, of Bradenton Bank of cities, all of which the commission Is plan- Island Power Squadron Pat and Jack Weber,
sponsored by Manatee metto, Key Royale, are held during ned for August, however.In will be held at the Draden from Mr. and Mrs. Roger
County businesses, clubs 5400 Gulf Drive first week of the Dradenton Beach, the ton Country Club at 7:30 Haynes who have owned

and organizations, is to ments. Blue Water all have been post- city council usually meetson p.m., Thursday, July 1, the business for the past
be shown at the Manatee Apartments, the the first Thursday of preceded by a social hour. six years.
County Beach in Holmes County Chamber of The Anna Maria City the month, but postponedIts Members, wives and Mr. and Mrs. Weber
Beach Jt 8:15 p.m., Sunday merce Webb's Ia which meets meeting for a week to guests are welcome, but will assume operation of
July 4. Pharmacy Day Area first Monday of each allow more time for firstof those planning to attendare the restaurant on July 1.
Those who have contributed surance, Anna Maria will hold no meet- the month bills to be asked to make reser- They have been visitor
. to the cost of the and Marchand's in July. presented and checked. vations with Squadron to the Island from Terre
display to date are: the Other who wish to Mayor Harvey Meyer The council will meet at Commander F. David Haute, Ind. for ten year,
Cities of Anna Maria tribute may take or vacationing In Illinois; 7:30 p.m., Thursday,July Boozer, at 778-1548, or and have lived In Holmes
Holmes Beach and Bra- contributions to C. Mayor Robert Moses 8, at the Bradenton Deach at Day Area Insurance. Beach for two years.
, denton Beach, the Island Brewer at the Island not return from an Fire Station.
Kiwanis Club Inter City or to A. L. Genun, tour of Europe Because several mem-
I National Rank, Manatee ident of the Island early In August, and bers of the Holmes Deach
National Dank, the Island of the Chamber of loner Mrs. Alma Board of Aldermen plan NOTICETO
Bank, First National Bank merce. Is spending some to be away for the long
at her home in Mich Fourth of July weekend,

Key Roy.l. Hones Only Commissioner the meeting of that group ALL OWNERS OF SIGNS IN
Cox, who Is serving has been postponed one HOLMES HCACII:
acting mayor, and week, from TuesdayJuly The Sign Ordinance adopted January 5, 1965
S. sl..II.1 licroise !I. 6)T Tom Mc 6, to Tuesday, July 13. requires that all owners of signs call at the

City Office and secure the necessary Sign
A substantial Increase It
very was pointed out
in the real estate three of the Permit prior to July 5, 1965. Applicationshould
Indicate sl/e and location of sign.
sales volume for the first sales were made
With Permit J tag will be issued which
half of 1965 was reportedthis cooperation with
MUST IIB) ATTACHED TO BACH SIGN.
week brokers. Twelve
by Key Royale
AF"FBR JULY 5, 1965 ALL SIGNS WITHOUT
Homes Inc., registered new homes were sold .
TAGS WILL 1B REMOVED DY TUB CITY
broker for the Key Royaleand 21 homesltes MARSHAL.
Palms hands. of the
Day develop- Many Pauline H. Archer
ments at Holmes Deach. of the homcsltcs tla
City ClerkANNA
Reporting on 35 separate have developed Into
transactions handled by tracts for the
the firm In the first six of homes, but these

months of the year, How- considered as one MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
ard S. Adams, generalmanager action when they
of the *.!., R.lt.ll I IT.
company, the same year. Ad ..,.
noted that there were only reported that T.<........,.. .
26 sales for the same of two of his firm's ..w "-, r... HltIt 1
period in 1964. "This homes have been
represents a 34 percent owners of lots In June 22--78 84 86 90 83 None
increase In the number of outside c.llhe Day .. June 23--76 86 87 91 84 None
our sales so far this year and Key Royale June 24-.76 84 87 90 85 None
and the dollar volume of sions.In June 25--76 85 88 90 90 None
the transactions totals an accounting for June 26- .75 86 74 88 89 .3
even greater percentage substantial nc rea s aerial picture of the Gulf Trailer Park In June 27--78 90 76 '90 85 .05
Increase," according to sales, Adams said Beach, showing the old Gulf Park Hotel, June 28--77 88 78 89 83 None
Adams. (Continued on Page ) of the Island's oldest building (Islander Photo)



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I Islander The pen te gtilMfyMier / ilce' (sells a.J -,

Editorials tinn the fmJfIT161965

r The Pursuit Of Happiness iY Ln1CRJAar wy l'WC CockleAnd S1CeI1s

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"When, in the Course of human events, it becomes HOW does your garden grow?
necessary for one people to dissolve the political July may bring hot,humid weather(and mosquitoes)
bands which have connected them with another, and but it also brings the beautiful blooms of the epiphyl-
to assume among the powers of the earth,the separate lum (night blooming cereus). Epiphyllum is a com-
: and equal station to which' the Laws of Nature and of bination of two Greek words and means"upon a leaf".
I Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the The flowers do seem to come out of the leaf-like
opinions of mankind requires that they should declarethe stems. There are about twenty species of true
causes which impel them to the separation. epiphyllums which are mostly natives of the junglesand
I "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all rain forests of tropical America. On Anna Maria
Jo.men are created equal, that they are endowed by these green, snake-like cactus plants may be seen
I their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that drooping heavily from: the cabbage palms where they
I among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of have attached themselves by their aerial roots.Many
I Happiness. That to secure these rights Governments ,,.,. gardeners throw a spot light on their trees and watch
: are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers the exotic blossoms open after dark. If someone tells
from the consent of the governed. That whenever any you that he can actually see the tight bud change to a
I Form of Government becomes destructive of these full blown blossom in a few hours, believe him,
ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to' because it's true. On large specimen plants, as manyas
abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its 30 or 40 buds will open during one evening. U you
foundation on such principles and organizing its haven't enjoyed this exciting event, do plant an
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most "orchid cactus."
liKely to effect their Safety and Happiness."
In the 189 years since the adoption by the Contin- 4ln
ental Congress of Jefferson's thrilling and significant
document--the Declaration of Independence, our
freedom--"the pursuit of happiness"--has been ln jrsr ;
.. threatened many times. t
Commonly quoted, "Eternal vigilance is the priceof
liberty," John Philpot Curran wrote in 1790, "It
is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights Y
become a prey to the active. The condition upon which
God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance;
which condition if he break, servitude is at once the
conse9uence of his crime and the punishment of his rv
guilt.
These ideas and Ideals, expressed so well by two
of our founding fathers, today are fully as meaningfuland
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Important as they were when first written. On IY
Sunday, as a very personal observance of our numberone
patriotic holiday, each of us should spend some
time thinking of the principles that made our country
great, and rededicate ourselves to a future close
adherence to those principles. Let us not become r tr
"the Indolent." h
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Boating has become one of our nation's most "

popular recreations in recent years. It is estimatedthat .ti. ,. ..
during the year, millions of persons will taketo ..
the water, using upwards of eight million craft. _. '
Understandably, this growth has brought with it
concern for keeping boating a safe sport. Interested J
organizations have joined hands to sponsor National \
Safe Boating Week, July 4 through 10. They have .
designated the week as a time for special emphasison Wf
safe boating practices.The ,
committee includes representatives of the Night blooming cereus In full bloom (top), and closeup
U. S. Coast Guard, the Coast Guard Auxiliary, the t' picture (bottom) of two of the lovely blossoms.
United States Power Squadrons, the Red Cross, j (ISLANDER PHOTOS)
the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, plus many local .- .
boating clubs and marine dealers. ," Do you sometimes wonder why Florida flower showsare
Many of the boating accidents which have occurred usually held during March and April when the
could have been prevented if the persons Involvedhad STUDY IN DRIFTWOOD. (Islander Photo by Brewer) most Interesting plants put on their best show In the
taken the necessary time and trouble to learn summer. For Instance, this month the frangipanis
something about safe boa handling. (plumeria) are in full bloom. In many Island gardens,
Some individuals who would be aghast at the Roser News Gloria Dei you can see this small tree In a variety of colors

thought of driving a motor vehicle or flying a plane Rick Frost of Holmes While the Rev. LesterM. ranging from white with yellow eyes to deep shadesof
without plenty of previous instruction, do not hes- pink. The flowers are ideal for arrangements
Beach, a student at the Utz, of Gloria
itate to buy a motorboat, gather a group of friendsor pastor because they last for several days without water. Inter
Brite School of
Dei Lutheran
Divinityat Church, is ,
family, and take off into the Bay or Gulf, actingon Hawaii, they are the most popular flower for making
the premise that "any joker" can operate a Texas Christian Uni- on vacation during July, leis. The perfume Is sweet without being as heavy a.C
versity, will serve as the the Rev. Luther Lee Hare,
boat. gardenias or jasmine. The exotic (there goes that
The Island Power Squadron offers free coursesin pastoral assistant for the a former classmate of the word again) frangipani is easy to grow from cuttingS;]t '.
summer at Roser Memo- Rev. Mr. Utz, will serveas
Seamanship, Navigation and Small Boat Handling, rial will bloom while very young withstands 30 degree]
Community Church. the church.
as well as several more advanced courses, so pastor at temperatures, tolerates salt spray fairly well, and!
The Rev. Russell S. Kil- The Rev. Mr. Hare is
free from insects. What more can we
that there is little excuse for anyone claiming lack Is relatively
of opportunity to learn. Additional knowledge can mer of Bradenton, a scheduled to arrive here ask? You think there must be some drawback? Well
be gained by observation and experience, the sameas retired minister of the about July 9, with his the only one I could possibly think of Is that it loses
Christian Church, will be wife and son. He is the
in any other field of endeavor. The neophyte its leaves for a few months during the winterbutwith
should miss no opportunity to learn from those the preacher at Roser on pastor of the Bethany such an interesting shape, who minds?Andtheyare
Sunday, July 4, and againon Lutheran Church of Balti-
who have had greater experience. Most boatmenare inexpensive, even in the blooming stage.
Sunday, July 11. more Md.
pleased to pass along the knowledge gained Perhaps our gardening chores would be simplified
.. over the years, so ask questionsl! if we planted these handsome tropical plants and didn't
Merely learning to handle the boat is only partof Your Checklist for Boating Safetya try to grow Yankee. shrubs.in the Deep. South.
the battle. One also must learn the complex
"rules of the road," the rules and laws pertainingto "You buy some flowers for the table;
navigation, all enacted and practiced for the S I You tend them tenderly as you're able;
safety of the boatman himself. You fetch them water from hither and
Another factor too often overlooked is weather. thither--
Wait out the weather. The water will be there tomorrow What thanks do you get for it all? They
when the weather is good, and to enjoy it, wither."
you will have to be here too. Hoffensteln
.
Of course people want to know WHY? Why take
the trouble to have the right equipment for a boat? See you next week.
Why learn a lot of complicated rules? Why be too CINNIE
concerned about the weather?
The answer--simply because any one factor couldbe Thelilander
the difference between life and deathyourLIFE -r -
An Independent Weekly published
OR DEATH! Thursday by THE ISLANDER
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PUBLISHING COMPANY, 314 Pine
Millions of Americans have discovered a new worldof Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Florida .......
fun on the nation's waterways. Boating is even e EDITOR: STEVE KIMBALL* ;;
more fun if the skipper, his mate and the whole ADVERTISING MANAGER ** ...
crew know their craft is properly equipped. Here'sa MARGE KIMBALL, l
checklist on the items of boating equipment ( ) & (b) life (e) fire (j) compasspreserving Mail Address: P. O. Anna I'NIII '
recommended by marine safety experts. How does extinguisher (fenders Maria Fla. TelephoneBox 778-2021
your boat check out? device for each (f)) first aid kit (1) bilge pump 33501 9"
KEEP BOATING A SAFE FAMILY RECREATION-- passenger (g) tool kit (m) paddle Entered as Second Class matter
OBSERVE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK (c) proper lights (h) anchor (n) flashlightd under the Act of March 3, 1879r
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Island Youth Ceiter NewsElaine


e Wvilct, t t6e SeaBy Hall, a ninth-grader at Walker Junior High,
was the winner In the tennis tournament held at the
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Island Youth Center Saturday. Miss Hall won over
By Carl Keeler Melba Travis, a tenth-grade student at Manatee High,
to win the tourney.
Instructor Nancy Carson officiated at the final
WANDERING EEL match, and Youth Center Director Bob Ross presentedthe
winner with a trophy contributed by the center's
One of our regular readers has asked about the board of directors.
migrations of certain creatures of the Sea. When -- kR Dee Dee Robinson and Sandra Forney were semi-

animal migrations are mentioned, most people ........ finalists. Thirty-two girls took part in the tourney.It .
automatically think of birds. But common .
many is planned to schedule more tennis instruction for
marine animals also undertake equally spectacular girls during August.
migrations of many thousands of miles. Tennis classes for boys from 13 to 19 will begin at
One of the most familiar fish in the fresh-water 9 a.m., Saturday, July 3, with Director Ross as the
streams of Europe is the European eel, Anguilla instructor. All those interested are urged to take
vulgaris. Only full grown eels inhabit these streams, their own racquets to the courts when registering.
and disappear downstream into the ocean at spawningtime. .
"The Intrusions" will be the band for the weekly
Also, no eggs or immature eels had ever been dance on Friday evening, July 2. Chaperones at the
seen in the streams, the young eels, called elvers, dance last week were Mrs. Dolly Stephens and Miss
suddenly appearing in the coastal waters in the springof Patricia Stephens.
the year, and then migrating upstream. The my- r .
stery of where the adult eels went and the elvers Schedule of events at the Youth Center for the weekis
came from has fascinated man for thousands of as follows: Thursday, July 1: 9:30 a.m., Girls
years. Pliny and Aristotle believed that the elvero basketball; 10:30 a.m., boys basketball; 2:30 p.m.,
arose from the mud on the Sea bottom! drama "Our Town."
Independent of this knowledge, a small ribbon-Ilk: Friday, July 2: 10:30 a.m., Housekeeping Craft
fish was discovered in 1856, and named Leptocephalus (girls 13 -19); 2:30 p.m., puppetry((9 -19);7:30p.m.,
brevirostris, and for some 40 years was considereda J i.1 teen-agers dance.
separate species. However, in 1896, Leptocephaluswas Vintage picture taken at the Anna Maria City Pier. Saturday, July 3: 8:30 a.m.,pram sailing;9:30 a.m.,
shown to be one of the larval stages of the eel. Longtime Islander Clyde Phelps and Paul Davis, boys tennis instruction (ages -19)10:30) a.m.,
With only this information to start with, in 1904, former principal of Manatee High School are shown story telling hour (ages 9 12)); 2:30 p.m., art (ages
the Danish ichthyologist, Dr.Johannes Schmidt,began examining huge jewfish hanging on the pier. 9-19)); 7-9 p.m., drama "Our Town"; 9-10p.m.,
working on the mystery of the eel, a study which record time.Tuesday .
lasted many years. He examined In detail, hundredsof continue swimming in the ocean currents for two July 6: 9:30 a.m., girls basketball;
plankton collections from all over the Mediterranean more years, finally arriving in European waters 10:30 a.m., housekeeping craft ((9-12); 2:30 p.m.,
and the Atlantic,and found a gradually diminishing after a 2,000 to 3,000 mile JourneylAs puppetry (912)); 7 -10 p.m., record time.
size of larvae, progressing from east to west. amazing as this seems, there are even more Wednesday, July7:9:30a.m.volleyball; 10:30a.m.,
The area where the smallest larvae were found was amazing details. Each species approaches Its fresh photography (9 19)); 2:30 p.m., drama (ages 9- 12)),
just southeast of Bermuda, and since Schmidt's time, water home in Just the proper stage of development.The 'Emperor's New Robe"; 7-8 p.m., girls Softball;
the adult eels have to be observed spawning in the larvae of the American species require one yearto 8 -10 p.m., record time.
area. Presumably, the adult eels, like salmon, die develop to the elver stage, and the European eel
after spawning, for they never are seen again. larvae, three years--in a remarkable correlationwith
Now, besides the European species of eel, there Is the distances between birthplace and parental
an American species, Anguilla rostrata, which follows homes. TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
a similar life cycle, and whose spawning area And, as if this were not amazing enough, there is THE ISLANDER If your ZIP CODE docs NOT
overlaps that of the European species. some evidence to indicate that the young eels returnto appear on your address on the paper, please
Once produced, the eggs or larvae of both speciesrise the very same stream whence came their parents, send It to us. It's use will be required by
to the upper currents of the Sea and start the three years beforel! July 1, and It is expected the Zip Codes will
long journey back to the streams of Europe or What controls their rate of development, so that expedite delivery of the paper.SPECIALSJULY .
America, whence came their parents. Both types they reach the stream In the proper larval stage?
travel much of the way together in the same current, How do they find their way, over 3,000 miles of open
which first takes them toward America, but after ocean and three years of time, to the same tiny
about one year, the larvae of the American eels stream whence came the parents they never saw? H Iv. A H IPI1Y >). "It. I Y 1
turn Into the American continent to meek cheJr fresh Then are .coma .of the unexplained- perhaps
} water streams. The larvae of the European eels unexplainable, mysteries of Nature. 1-2-3

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Page 4 THE SLANDER Thursday, July 1, 1965


Guests art the Motels
All About People...
I'r MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Mr. and Mrs. William F. SUttery of Winter
tJi.
.. Haven. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Bradley sr..Mr. and Mrs. S. Flahman. and
if II' fI..r; Mr. and Mrs. D. Rosin of Tampa. Mr.and Mrs. A. Brody of Bethlehem,
Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tyler of Jefferaontown. Ky., and children. .
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Faulkner of Lakeland and children. Dr. and
Mrs. Donald V. Brown of Arlington. Va., and children.
:'lf ROD h REEL MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Ysla of Lakeland. Mrs
Eunice A. Chalfant of Parker Ind. Mrs. Clara Belle Penery of Muncie,
Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolfan of Columbus Ohio and children. .
Lt. Col. William T. Coleman and Fletcher Clddens of Indian Harbor Beach
Mr. and Mrs. C.Hagglns of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Houston
Gautney of Bartow, and children. Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Lariscy of Tampa
r and children. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Teachout of Clermont. and children
I Mike and Mary. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Fusco of Miami and children. !
Rev. Edward L. Jackson of Bel Air, Md. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Atkins of
a 1 Winter Haven.
o PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rhodes of Louisville Icy Mr. and
I Mrs. Harry J. Ellen., Mrs. Bertha Ellens and Mrs. Henry Faber. parents
1i cousin and aunt of John Ellen., owner of Palm Court.
a f I EAST (? THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs.L.Eckles and Mr. and Mrs. R.Schneider
i. K aV and sons of Hamilton, Ohio. William White and sons and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Schunk of Irvington N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loucks of
Wellav1l1e. N. Y..and family. Mr.and Mrs.M.T. Williamson of Brandon
and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Stolte of Los Angeles, and family.
THE ROCKETTES' GULP TO BAY MOTEL Mr. and Mrt. J. ZabrUkl of
i, ; Valparaiso Ind., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker of New York
City. Billy F. Morrow of Alexandria Va. Mrs. Esther Smith of
Francisco Va., and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Proaser Jr. of Tampa
; ; I.L Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo E.Weaver of Lithia,and family. Mr. and Mrs
; j ,rMr C. A. Keene of Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Telxerra of Baltimore
.d and family. Mrs. Ray Charest of Winter Haven and children. Sandy and
Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eastman of Riviera Beach. Mr. and Mra.
and Mrs. E. Delos Wetmore of
Key Royale Wayne Wingard of Cleveland. Ohio and family. Mrs. Helen Romine and
Drive, Holmes Beach, with former Island residents, Mrs. Parrish and family of Oneco. Mr.and Mrs.Lester Evana of Sydney
Mr. and Mrs. Al Butts (right), pictured at old- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Dlrkman of 523 -71st Street, .Purser. Mr.of and Bradenton Mrs. Joseph, and children.Jarosz of Cary,111.,and family. Mrs. Barbara

fashioned drug store of the Upjohn Company at Holmes Beach, who celebrated their 25th wedding CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs. T. Hatch of Mulberry and
Disneyland.MR. anniversary at an open house for their neighbors and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. Carlton of Lakeland and family.
GABA APARTMENTS: Mr. and Mrs.VicStanaloaki of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
friends at their home Monday evening. They were and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kayto of Port Meade.
AND MRS. E. D. WETMORE of Holmes Beach married at St. Stephanus Lutheran Church in St. Paul, BAY VIEW COTTAGES:Mrs.C.Lachapelle and Mra.F. Lagace of Montreal.
TOPAZ MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. James Pitt. Mr. and Mra. Gesner
returned to the Island a few days ago from a five-week Minn., on June 28, 1940, and have lived on the Island family Mr. and Mrs. Don Sirmur and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welden.Cooperand all
trip to California. They attended the wedding of their for six years. Glenn Carlson, a resident of Holmes of Tampa. J. W. Arthur and daughter, and Mr. and Mra. G. W. Austin of
Bartow. Richard Lehr of Silver Lake Ind. Mr.and Mrs.G. A. Nelles
granddaughter Miss Barbara Carpenter, to David Beach, was best man at the Birkmans' wedding, and of Somerville Mass Mr.and Mrs.Carl Hurt Jr.of Jacksonville. Mr.
French of Lubbock, Texas, which took place on May 29 was a guest at their home Monday. (Photo by Frank and Mrs. Alfred Museblo of West Reading. Pa. Mr. and Mrt. C. WesserJr.
at the Methodist Church Brechlin) of New Orleans.
Northridge at Northridge, BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. A. John Colley and son
Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore visited with their son Dennis and Richard Deas of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mra. E. T. Bradley
Sr. of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fields of Canton Ga. James E.
and his family, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Carpenter, for bug Cobb; Mrs. Lucille Sheehan; Mrs. Florence King of Manchester Conn.

two weeks. Bower; Mac Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feagles, NOMAD MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Zahrlnger of South Bend. Ind. .
They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Al Butts formerlyof and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams. H. Williams of Topsail Beach. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith of Greenwood -
Ind. B. C. Richardson of Nashville Tenn.,and family. Mr. and
Holmes Beach, who now live in Los Alamitos, SEAMAN GENE C. POOLER, USN, son of Miles E. Mrs. A. Norbrough of Baton Rouge La. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cranduffof

Calif. With Mr. and Mrs. Butts, the Wetmores visited Pooler of Bradenton Beach, departed Norfolk, Va., Tampa, and family.
PRINCESS MARTHA: Dr. Sam Campbell of NoblesvUle.Ind.,and family. .
many points of interest in the West Coast area. June 11, aboard the destroyer USS HOLDER, deploy- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vaughn of Ruskin, and family. Mr. and Mra. G. V.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES ADAMS, Miss Alicia Adams ing to the Mediterranean with the U. S. Sixth Fleet. Sharps of Charleston W. Va.. and family.
FRICK COTTAGE Mr.and Mrs.S.H.Wilson of Hermitage Tenn., and aons.
and Miss Jill Feagles were host and hostesses at a While In the Mediterranean, the Holder will provide HARBOR LIGHTS:MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. W.Comerlato of Monroe Falls
beach party at the Adams' beach in Anna Maria anti-submarine and anti-air support for the anti- Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Glover of Fair Oaks Calif. Mr. and Mra.
Robert Kildoo of Morrow, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Weat of Green. Fork.
Sunday afternoon. submarine warfare support aircraft carrier USS Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Horace O. Wood of Dorsvllle,Ga. Pat Saunders of
Honored at the party were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hynton, Randolph. The Holder was scheduled to arrive at her Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Morrison of Marysville.Mich.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Whltaker of Cross City
who were celebrating their seventh wedding anniver- first of call in Italy on June 29.
port and family. Mr. and Mrs. J.P.Butts of Lakeland. Mr. and Mra. John
sary (Mrs. Hynton is the former Miss Pat Feagles), THE REV. AND MRS. LESTER M. UTZ are leavingthis Stiles of Evansville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Foley of Oakland

and Tom Condie, who was celebrating his birthday.Mr. week on a vacation trip which will take them to City. Ind.Mr.,and and Mra.family.William. Mr.R. and Holmes Mrs.of Charles Clewlston.E.Jones of Bowling Green

and Mrs. Condie and children are visiting Mrs. Cape Cod, Mass., Canada, Chicago, Kansas City, and LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. John Clllum of Fairfield Ohio. .
Condie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams. After Wichita, Kan., where they will visit old friends and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner of Lakeland. Mr.and Mra. J. C. Braun of
Bartow. Mr. and Mra. W. H.Lyl.of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. G. T.
their visit here the Condies will move from New parishioners of the Rev. Mr. Utz, when he was pastorof Nelson of Jackaonvllle. Dr. and Mrl.R.A.M.prof Bradenton. Mill
Jersey to Milwaukee. the Reformation Lutheran Church. Later they will Sonya Campbell of Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Minor of West Palm
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roblnette of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mra.
Other guests were John VanOstenbridge and family; visit friends in Waco and Austin, Texas. Watson McDonald of Mulberry.

Robert Hedgcock and family; George Norwood and

family; Lloyd Lyday and family; Jerry Feagles Jr. Bill Stewart Baskets-more lu
and family; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carlson and son ] L

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Fresh Cut Fryer Breasts w/Rlbs-. 55C 1 Tnvf 12:29 pm 3.1 --- 8:26 pm0.2 -_-
Fresh Cut Fryer Legs Lb. .f9C HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 2 Fr 1:27 2.9 9:11 0.0
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Fryer Breast or Leg Quarters Lb. 35? EalabUahed 1908 3 Sat 5:40 am 1.6 2:30 pm 2.6 7:41 am 1.5 9.54 pm 0.2
Sugar Creek Wieners Pkg. 29C 4 SUit 5:38 am 1.7 3:40 pm 2.2 9:23 am 1.4 10:35 pm 0.5

Cudahy Canned Picnic Ham 3 Lbs. $1.69 5 Man ssa am 1.9 5:01 pm 1.9 10:59 am 1.2 Illl4 pm 0.8
Lykes Luncheon Meat Lb. 39J( A Phone Gill Will Bring a Reprc*.ntatrv, 6 T". 6:26 am 2.1 6:37 pm 1.6 12:32 pm 1.0 11t52 pm 1.0

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Seven-foot sailfish caught In the Gulf a few days
ago by Barney Fitch, 17, (right) of Periwinkle Plaza,
Anna Maria. Fitch caught his large sail, the first
i brought into Sarasota in four years, from the "Five
O'clock Club," piloted by Capt. Richard Howe, left.
'\:1: ""': t-- .I u i t"J\ \1Ilk!; ,N.imammami&\:1 Others in the party were Fitch's father, George I).
Elaine Hall, winner of tennis tourney at the 1 Island Travis, Miss Hall's opponent in the final match of Fitch, and his younger brother, Uuzzy. The party
Youth Center, receives winner's trophy from Dob the tournament, and at right is Tennis Instructor reportedly lost a marlin, after playing it more thanan
Ross, Youth Center Director. At left is Melba Miss Nancy Carson. (Rradentnn Herald Photo) hour, "which" would have made the sail look likea
sardine.
Avenue, Anna Maria, returned to the Island this week
more about peopleTHE after a two-month visit with their family at Walker ANNA MARIA ELECTRIC BUILDER OP HOMES
Valley, N. Y. Lic...t.4 EUcftlcvl .......t (wltakU (.# UU..4ttla
REV. AND MRS. H. C. BENJAMIN of 75th MRS. MADELIN SCHINAGL of Neptune Lane, c..e" c 11 w..t. .wd t.wJltl....
Street, Holmes Beach, expect to have as weekend Holmes Beach, is leaving this week to spend the Gulf Dtiv* .t PU. AVMW ............. A4WIU..ts a
..111. T..sh..twy
guests over the Fourth of July weekend, their summer in Ontonagon. PHONE L. (ROY)O FERGUSON.* 77C-214J ..t.. ''....
daughter, Mrs. Elma Barfield of Atlanta, and their MR. AND MRS. F. WILLIAM NEU of Beirut, NIt 771.20" NORMAN ROSE DAL IAMM
granddaughter Miss Peggy Bell of Miami. Lebanon, and daughters Mary Anne and Genevieve, MH 771-1410
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD IGO of Peppertree Lane, are spend a month s vacation at the Engel Duplex at
Anna Maria, have left for their summer home, Himini Bay Colony Club, Anna Maria.
"Igowild," at Central Lake, Mich., where they will MRS. LUCILLE SHEEHAN a former resident of the /JIifil', :&u.bI SIiN.
spend several months. Island, is visiting her family for the summer. She ..
MR. AND MRS. BERGIN I. McPHEEof 831 bMarina has taught school for the past year at an Air Force ti OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ,,
Drive, Holmes Beach, have left for Pctoskey,Mich., Base In Puerto Rico.
where they will vacation until November.MR. APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
AND MRS. WILLIAM WARREN of 72nd Street, CURTIS HUE WAVE SERVICE CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS
Holmes Beach, are spending the summer at McClure DOTTIE VELMAAll
House in Franklin, N. C. .. .
Open Seven Daily: 7amlOpm.: S-U Op* **
MR. AND MRS. ULPIANO JERON1MO of Cocoanut
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6 THE ISLANDER Thursday. July 1, 1965


CHURCHESST. UNCLASSIFIED Roser Youth KEY ROYALE .
d."n 1.,.... ",.Iu' (Continued from Page 1)
BERNARD MISSION ... company's business is not
w BBM-$l *** ..... Attend ConferenceEight
(CATHOLIC) too unlike any commodity
FOR SALEi 4-Room House $5.500.
Re. Francis F. WclimilUr For Rent: 2-3-4-Room Apartmenu. young people of the business. "One has to

MASS*SUNDAYl 8 & 10 am Low Rares. can 7711-2407. Roser Memorial Commu- work at offering a quality
WANTED TO BUYi All U.S. Coins
WEEKDAYSllam Gold, Currency, or Foreign Coins of nity Church will leave on product at a reasonable
HOLY ROSARY DAYS& BENEDICTION-am & 6 pm any Country, or old Medals, Tokens, Tuesday, July 6, to attend price, and then expose it _
etc. Byron s Bizarre Bazaar, 2403 .
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm 14th St.': W., Rrar! nrnn-Ph.747-Mlft. the sixth annual Youth to a lot of people who ..
Harvey Memorial ChurchM..D..ln.tlon.l Conference of the Florida might have a need for the J M
( ) PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Fellowship of Community product. The removal of .,: ).

Bredentes Beech MOWING. EDGING ETC. Churches.The the bridge tolls to the
Re. A. W. Si..a
SUNDAYS KEN FELLOWS conference will be Island, and our World'sFair
9tIS am Sunday School held at Lake Byrde Lodge, House model home

Christie $cU.. Service Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. Avon Park, July 6-10, promotion have helped us

A. M. Cenmimlty Muse ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth- with the work of ninth to expose our products

SUNDAYs Ing.Frank Also Beard.Dressmaking Phone! 7781431.RENT Drapes.*. Mrs. through twelfth graders both homesites and
9iOO am Sunday Service FOR : 30x 40- t. Commercial emphasized. Theme of the homes."
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Building with shower and bath.Shelvesand conference thin year is to Adams added that the
workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine,
Re. Lee Rcllill, Pester Anna Maria. Inquire at Dottle's, or be "Youth's Mission to very fine weather that has
SUNDAYS call 7782311. the World." been enjoyed here this
8145 am Sunday School STAMPS' SUPPLIES; FOR COL-
lOiOO am Worship Service LECTORS. Come In and let us fill The group will study and year has had a decided
6130 5130 pm pm Worship Concord Service Choir those empty spaces In your album. discuss the questions: effect on the prospectivereal
We a for
supply collector.
7130 pm Youth Fellowship You're carry welcome to come every In It browse.M. "What is happening in the estate buyer's final
WEDNESDAYl7iOO pm RA, CA, Sunbeams L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies, world of Youth?" "WhatIs decision.
: 2 403-1 4th St. W.Bradenton.747-2516. .
pm Prayer Meeting God calling youth to
FOR SALEi 40-Foot Steel Flagpoles
Riser Me.e.lel C.wchN..D..IHtl..l from the World's Fair House on Key do?" Other activities at Pictured at the right are 1

( i) residence.Royale. Excellent Contact Howard for business Adams or at the conference will be three of the homes sold .

SUNDAYS 9iOO 778-1917._ sailing, Bible study wor- recently by Key Royale
am Worship Service
lOiOO am Sunday School ship services, free time Homes, Inc. "Seafarer"
MONDAYS 7lOO pm Youth Fellowship and a stunt night. model home (top), at 603

7iOO pm Boy Scout Troop 7 Rick Frost and Miss Concord Lane, Key Roy-

TUESDAY SiOO pm Youth Conference Joyce Hocker will accom- ale, has been purchasedby
WEDNESDAY the Dr. and Mrs. RichardE.
pany group. .
7130 pm Church Council Car .....,, .. .f ',,"
JLaniLcapt Twelve Club Leighton of Philadel- f _

Church of The Annunciation High phia from the Richmond t ... ". "" ... ".,.... ,
(Episcopal) irfalt. /If'." .";'I""'
ana nanct Island Fire Marshal Construction Co., builderof oJ ,, '
Rev. Gerald K. Lowe Rector P. H. RICHARDS Leon F. Stafford of the home. :w;

THURSDAY 9lOO am Holy Eucharist Phone 778-3379 Holmes Beach will dis- ; 1
3rd SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY ANNA MARIA FLORIDA cuss the organization and New home at 510-71st

10)30 8lOO am am Holy Family Eucharist Eucharist & operation of the Anna Street (middle), Holmes

Sermon] Church School Reasoner & Anson Maria Island Fire Control Beach, has been purchased 0'J
Gloria Del Lutheran Church District at a meeting of by Mr. and Mrs. G. G.

Rev.: Lester M. Uta, Pastor 7e the Island High Twelve Van Deventer, who are

SUNDAY Club, to be held at noon, moving to the Island from r+,
10i30 9ilS am am Sunday Worship School Service Telephone Thursday, July 1, at the Mississippi. The'new .k
11130 am Choir Rehearsal 744-0651 or 746-9110 after 5 Gulf Terrace Restaurantin owners purchased their frUW

D1XIEGRANDE HOTEL BLDG.SPORTSMAN Bradenton Beach. home from the Wm. B.
At the meeting of the Lee Co., its builder.
S club the following week, .

July 8, H. Eugene Cox, New home at 531 -70th E"fd FURNITUREF
LOUHGt Realtor and appraiser, Street (bottom), Holmes '

ISLANDERS-When you'reIn will speak on the subject, Beach, in the Bay Palms (: & APPLIANCES
Bradenton stop at the "Real Estate Appraisals. Subdivision, which was
Sportsmans. We'JI welcome ." purchased recently by Mr.
FRIGIDAIRE Sales & Service
you.31312tJST.. All Master Masons and and Mrs. Adam McGibbon
W.Mr their are invitedto of D. C.fromthe
conditioned Open Sunday guests Washington, COMMIT HOME FUINISHINGS
4. attend both meetings. Wm. B. Lee Co of CAirns DRAPERIES
Meetings start promptlyat Holmes Beach, builder of
% 4 ; UNITED ABSTRACTAND 12 o'clock noon. the home. MALONE REDOING CUMATIZED FOR FLORIDA

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DICK WAGNER DUPLEX BARGAININ

PERFECT CONDITION--Each side has
/ea/tor 2 BR 81 2 BATHS--FULLY FURNISHED--
IDEAL LOCATION w/ Gulf Beach Privileges.
2217 GULF DRIVE > BRAOKNTON BCACH L- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Enjoy "ISLAND
LIVING" with a nice income. TOTAL PRICE
_, Leasing & S PLAZA'Shopping y ; ? "
ONLY 21500. THIS IS WAY BELOW THE
Center Opposite Island Bank 2 MARKET VALUE!!

larp St0rt Sjaci-Nigkt llliMiiatloi- ijj- PARRISH REALTY

pie Parking Area-Modern In All Respects .
RALPH H. PAUISN. M*' PIGGY 1tASSltMOOI(. Aneciet.P.st
Information Call 778.2663 Eve 778.1464 1
Office PUs. Am* M.n. ,....: 778.1902

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2 BR Furnished Air Conditioned
ApartmentsJUST
Corner Lot-Near Fishing Pier & Beach 4

Call Peggy Moore COMPLETEDOPEN

778.1902 778.1335

PARRISH REALTY

EALPM H. PAUISH. M*.. PEGGY "HASSIC" MOOff. Aneciet.
Post Offtc Plata. Anna Mori FOR INSPECTIONSEE
/1d!

2 Bath Canal Front Home

1 Block from Beach, Central Heat '.._ .-:::" h
& Air Conditioning. Completely Home at 102 Cedar Avenue, Anna Maria (top), which
has been purchased by the II. F. Mason Equipment
Furnished Unusual View TERMS
Corp. of Lakeland from Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I.
Lindsay. The sale was negotiated by Mahar Real JACK HOLMES, Realtor
CANAL LOTS $2,250 I Estate of Holmes Beach and Ned Leigh, salesman
for Frances Livingston, Realtor of Anna Maria. PHONE 778-1648
75-Foot Wide High Canal Lots at this
remarkable price, well situated in residentialarea. 6101 MARINA DRIVE
Home at 532-77th Street, Holmes Beach (bottom),
This offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLY!
recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F.
FL Gertrude Blassingame Deming of Holmes Beach from the First National HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
'I Bank of Bradenton. Trustee for the property of
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE!= BROKER Mollie C. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. cmlng, who are
.. Fran Maxon Associate spending several months in Europe, will make the
home their permanent residence. The sale was SECLUDED UNIQUE
COQUINA BUILDING ,
,. :WANNA MARIA. PHONE778.Ut'" handled by Ruth Mahar of Mahar Real Estate,
Holmes Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTOS) Canal Front Home

DUPLEX REDUCED i George Wagner REALTY Main House: Two Bedrooms, Hath, IIUGK
Living (loom, Den Dining Room, Spacious
DUPLEX AT 201 -76rh SrreetlIolmes Beach. 1,1.,41, Shopping C.",., Kitchen, Utility Hoom with bath and one-car
Air Conditioning and Central Oil Heat. Two PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA garage (Another could he added). Central
Bedrooms each side. One apartment rented c...c. ......."-t......... heating$ & conditioning.Attached GLASSHI)
by the year. Well landscaped. Sprinkler AU.." Pik, A..e..l.JACK'S AND SCREENED HEATED POOL for year-
, System. Boat Dock. Paved Street. Price round use Large connecting studio with hath--
reduced to $17,500 skylight and northern exporture--an artltit'tt
or writer'n dr:sm--or use an a guest apartment
BARGAIN BOARD
, ALSO or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees
and shrubs provide a park-like setting fur this
2 BR.Florida Room-Large Living unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof
Room.Carport.Utiliry Room-Docking r $45XX) cash, furnlHhcd, please do not
requettt an appointment to nee the property.ftharltoalKst .
Privileges-Unfurnished

, $11,000 -1 ,aia :.. Clued Wdussdey


JOHN B. PROTHEROItflsttrri IUTH MANAI LEO 1AHAI ...

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116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach 3306 GULF DRIVEJust 7702 Golf Dfhrf, H.I l_ts ludi 77MI5IDon't

100 feet back from the Gulf Beach in
Holmes Beach, a one-bedroom furnished
Leave The Island
cottage is going for $8,9 partition will convert part of breezeway to a before you see
"KEY ROYALE second bedroom. Yes, It has a sunporch and

garage. 5400 Gulf Drivea

ANDBA PALMS Waterfront Home With Income
handsome apartment; complex,
Fronting 125 feet on lovely Sarasota Hay,this
--e- well kept 2-bcdroom furnished home has quiet condominium ownership

privacy, with an enchanting panoramic view. 1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
MODEL HOMES Separate 2-car garage and storage built to
code for quick and easy conversion to an electric ranges a wealth of closet area
apartment. AND--a private water system,
OPEN DAILY with lines and meters, produces a regular carpeting, wall; to wall; upper floor
revenue of approximately SI,700 per year. Screened
for
porches,
-e- Owner's health forces quick sale. Price placed privacy:
reduced from $27,500 to $24,000. $9.000
SWIMMING
HOMESITES and HOMESIN cash, and balance over tcn-vcar period. POOLand

300 feet of beautiful beach to enjoy
EVERY PRICE RANGE LOT BARGAINSCanal
$15,500 ---- $18,500
-. Lot, Top Neighborhood, without W.1l1--
WATERFRONT NON-WATERFRONT $2,250.Canal Model Apartments
Lot, Top Neighborhood--WITH WALl.
$3,750. Open 9-5 Every. Day
Close to Beach, Holmes Beach, a real dandy

Take a Look for We Just are S2,Happy OO. to Show LfOOOT IMOrffleiT[) { ( HP

5400 GULF DRIVE
JACK MARSHALL Utiltor
REGISTERED BROKER HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Phone 778-1917 MAM Building 778-2614 Anna Maria T.I.pI... 7781411LursclaY





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1; TilE ISLANDER Thursday, July I, 1965

I ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I


HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone [ ass|
f1fc9Jl UIMimr _. Jf.NEW NOR CARDS .
778-1771 Days r HOLMES BEACH SHOPPING CENTER Pussy Cats & Poodles ?:.'

STA3. 778-1440 Nights SPARKLERS large & small J
OIL HOLMES BEACH sYl WHERE Party Goods Florida Souvenirs'tl

AAA Service Mechanic There's Always 'd Alai we gift and mail wrap
NEW and USED CARS FREEHawaiian
Something New ....
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\ ', I I 'I '' '/' / EASY APPLICATION To Please You I '- ---
\ : .FUME.PROOF PROTECTION

\'."Q' U'a' Iity//, .REAL GOOD ECONOMY DURABILITY *0e7t'e1cttte 7J ',tame ; I ; } i fi

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GAL.
See our display of ',I..
Sunset ill.: -_: .," PUUI'Vtwed c
: New Floral ArrangementsBeach ';?'aueoMa I

choice of Chairs & Umbrellas Special/
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HOUSE P lnl white and 8 Popular Colors
Furniture TOO I Hawaiian Swim Suits
1 & 2 Piece styles $S,99
suHSlrlm Telephone 778-1019 sizes 8 to 20
at DOH'T'O.GfT
a popular Price err \
I,rt CLOSED AT Noon on Wednesday Straight & A Line 16.99
Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. 3o'clock on Saturday Small.Med.LargeHawaiian

778-1131 Skimmers ?
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Call 778-2012 sizes 8 to 18 It .99
See these wonderful
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Thank You for Our Wonderful Bargains; ; the ". \
Plumbing Contractor Hawaiian Room -
Puerto Rican Holiday 5306 Holmes -
Boulevard "'_ I. :" .L'Lay
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The Excise Tax Reductionis Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs I Phone

Now in Effect Away Plan iHtM 778.1161

So---Check Our Summer /I 7 d u 7 ac 5 to..Ir wiww.....wan I fva...en

PHILCO Specials The many customers and friends who have FRESH MILK DAILY
helped make our restaurant a success for the
Special Prices past six years. We are going to miss you all. GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.
And we hope you will continue to patronizethe
On ALL Air ConditionersAS new owners, PAT & JACK WEBER, andto
be as nice to them as you have been to us. HANDY DANDY
LOW AS
'49e & rftt ce ''a med OPEN 1A.M.-11 P.M.

$13188BIG EVERY DAY

19 inch Portable TV Inked Fresh Doily SHOPPING ISLAND- CENTER. 778-2810

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AS LOW AS BREAD CAKES PIES
1 Coaaez 1t ute
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$139'5 4:j COOKIES I} Decorative

DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER r )) floating, candles for
ISLAND BAKERY casual: ( formal

ISLAND TV 778-1703 PHONE 778-216 entertaining.IEACH .

Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. d Q
1t QB 1781020c.
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MANATEE COUNTY Planning A Trip ?


WATER COMPANY, INC.Telephone. 1M 'P r4 ltat St/UItee BEACH LIQUOR ONE-STOP SHOPPING STOREHOLMES CENTER

0",: You- Ring 778-2023 We Bring .
Gin & .Vdka1IMPoiT i
AIR LINES R
Fifths $./.99 ;: E I SCOTCH
STEAMSHIPSTOURS 10 II Fifth $4.19
Bellows Gin N II I I.. $4.49
3 for $10.00 YHaving i CANADIANLORD
778-2022
CRUISES GILBEY'SVodka : CALVERT
.:. A PARTY? Fifth $439
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3 for $10.00FalstoH I
.. See Tell Us HOT .r COLD
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---- Bavarian ; Black Label
------ --------- -. aII /qua zSce Black Label I BRING ; Ballantine6'AI

COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE 89C ; THE BAR 6 n $1.08
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Business Office ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER ---
FOR A GLORIOUS 4th
Shopping Center, Holmes Beach, Florida PHONE 778-3494 BUY A 5th ON THE 3rdpage