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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 8, 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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UNIVEHSITY I I OP FLORIDA I

LIBRARY' CF FLORIDA HISTO&' )

c/o LINDA I S SASSER &.





The I slanderSVlllC FLORIDA 1




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THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND


Where Life Is Peaceful. and Fishing Is GoodNo.



713 ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 8, 1965 TEN CENTS ? I



Police Chief Lindsay Island Plays To Full House Over

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Foils Restaurant Ii, I

Break-In Attempt Sunny July Fourth WeekendSRO

Patience and alertnesson
signs were the orderof A crowd, estimated at
the of Bradenton
part the day on the Island from 3,000 to 5,000 per-
Beach Police Chief James
over the long Fourth of sons, turned out to watcha
resulted in the
Lindsay July weekend. display of fireworks at
arrest early Sunday of Lodgings were at a the mid-Island County

two young men alleged to premium, with all the Beach Sunday evening, and
have been into
breaking a \ -- motels reporting a "no created the Island's worst
cigarette vending machineat vacancy" business. Gas traffic jam in recent
an Island restaurant.
stations, stores, restaurants years. Additional hun-
Richard .
L.
They were
and other establish- dreds of persons watched
Morris 18 of Orlando,
,
ments which remained, the fireworks from van-
and Nick Bowling, 17, of
open said business was tage points along the Gulf
1210-21st Street East
"
"exceptionally good. beach.
Bradenton. Both were
Crowds at the Manatee For several hours Mon-
arrested Sheriff's by Manatee \', County Beach in Holmes day morning, "cabletrouble"

County deputies. Beach were estimated to I at General Tel-
Lindsay reported that he V r be about a third larger ephone Company's central
had Morris and
surprised than usual, and the mile- office "blocked out" the

Bowling while they were long county beach at the, Island exchange, and most
to break into a coin
trying south end of the Island local private phones were
machineat
operated vending also was heavily patron out of service. For some
the Mira Mar Restau-
ized. Sun worshipers and unexplained reason, the
rant and another at an
drive-in. picnic parties crowded company's coinbox telephones -
adjacent .
-- Anna Maria City's Bay- were not affectedby
Lindsay had been watch- )
front Park from early the trouble. According
the for four
Ing restaurant
morning 'tll late evening. to an unofficial report,
nights, after a previous ..,-
,, The weatherman cooperated the trouble was the result
to break into it. .
attempt ,
well with the of a construction crew
When he saw a car stop holiday crowds, as a briefbuthcavyshowerSdturda cutting Into a burled cable
there he radioed the
to \
)' and some phones on the
sheriff's office for
help, evening and short Inter Island exchange were still
and Curtis Siver
Deputy vals of cloudy overcast out of service as late as
set up a road block with were the only deviations Tuesday morning.No .
his car near the entranceto Experimental picture of part of the Manatee County Beach on Sunday
from perfect weekend traffic accidents of
the Cortez Bridge.As spectacular display of fireworks at the evening.: (ISLANDER PHOTO weather. Even the shower any consequence were

Lindsay drove up to failed to fall on all partsof reported by the Island
the restaurant from where Mrs. Sally Sterner
his patrol car was parked, thcJal.Jnd..... poUe",0

the two youths fled toward Nominated As PM .

the bridge in their car. President Johnson this ; ..
The car sped aroundSiver's week the "
presented to .' '
parked patrol car, Senate for confirmation, ,; .

I and headed for the bridgeat the name of Mrs. Sally G. ,,'" .'j'...; ., >..;&1',,, .... .- j1
high speed, with Siver ..
Sterner as postmaster of '"' .}
and Lindsay In pursuit. Anna Maria. .

Siver caught and stopped Mm. Sterner, who has
' the car on the Cortez Road w M-. -WdA been acting postmaster

near 75th Street, after in Anna Maria for the past

chasing it at speeds of several weeks, said she Fru
more than 100 miles per had
received no notice of

hour. the nomination, but that
When he stopped the car, publicity is not usually

Slyer said, Morris was given the matter until the

the only occupant, and told Senate confirms the nom. ..
him Bowling "fell out" on Inatlonn and returns them

the bridge causeway. to the President for ap- r
Lindsay and Slyer were pointment.Anna .

joined in the hunt for Maria nan not had I

Bowling by other deputieswho a permanently appointed y ..
enlisted the aid of postmaster since 1955, ..." 'j ji,? "i. -

bloodhounds loaned Sheriff'sdepartment. by theSarasota when Mrs. Frances Wart Roof garden lea dancing at the Manatee County Beach

County. tig resigned the pout. pavilion keeps Home of the younger wet occupied on

Sunday afternoon (ISLANDER( PHOTO)
Postal Receipts Up
A few hours later Bowl-

ing was picked up in East Receipts at the Island
Holmes Beach Commercial Boom
Bradenton by Deputy Lt. post offices for the first

Bill Evers of thesherlff's half of 1965 were an follows -

office. "J ; Dradenton Beach, Increases Island Building TotalsNew
Later in the day, J. Z. MRS. SALLY G. STERNER which includes the Holmes

Stanley, chief investigatorof Beach substation, $25- building un the Ispart of the building has

the sheriff's depart 015.01 an increase over land for the first six been In Holmes (Beach,
ment, said the two youthshad the name period In 1964of with that
s months of thin year has city showing an
signed statements admitting $W().56. The Increasein
showed a substantial Increase Increase of $229,178 for
to several recent Holmes Beach, how-
over the same the six-month period
break-ins in the general ever, was $1,184.05, from period of 1964. Permits Among the commercial

area. SI2.825.8I taut year to for that period totaled buildings In Holmes Beach;
Stanley also aid that r $14(5 ).86 for the first $740,771 an Increase of this year have been four
the young men were being months of thin .
six
year.In $196,947. more than 36 new mores, anew service
held without bond chargedwith Anna Maria receipt percent. station, the new building

breaking and entering I Increased $696.23, from AH usual, the greater (Continued on Page 2)
and larceny. 7 $11,329.05 In 1964, to
Among the break -ln16 the $12,025,28/ for the first

pair reportedly admittedwas half of this year. ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER

one at a 7-11 storeon Code GivenTo *..., R.UUII"
Manatee Avenue, from Zip T. psT

which they were frl hten- Holmes BeachIn _*.*..wa
cd by a burglar alarm, mm M_ A Nw Hlth
and another at a Palmetto a new directory of

drive-In, where a pinball Zip Code numbers, re- June 29--7H 85 82 91 84 .6

machine and a soft drink ceived this week by the t,, June 30--79 86 83 92 85 .9

machine were brokenopen. local post offices,Holmes July 1--78 85 82 91 8S None

They also allegedly Pictured during Sunday morning search for suspectin Beach has been given It* July 2..76 86 80 90 85 None

admitted to thefts from a Bradenton Beach break-in are, left to right: own code 33509. July 3--78 85 82 91 86 None
car at Memorial Hospital, Sheriff Ken Gross Bradenton Beach Police Chief The Holmes Beach Pont July 4--77 85 84 92 86 None

and from a truck on 26th James Lindsay, bloodhound named "Jack," and Office, a substation of July 5--78 86 85 92 86 None

Street, Bradenton. unidentified dog handler. (ISLANDER PHOTO (Continued on Page 6)



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Page 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July a,


:'Holmes. Beach Commercial Boom Increases Island Building Totals

*(Continued from Page 1) the 1964 six-month figureof

tor the Holmes Beach $160,935.In ,. ,
;yacht Club, a new blockof Bradenton Beach, Seaside Gardens .. .
apartments at Seaside permits for $3,432 in 1.
':;Gardens, and the new S & S additions and repairswere j
:Plaza shopping center. issued during June,
'* Residential building in $486 more than in June,
Holmes Beach also has 1964. For the first six 2. S & S Plaza

been active in recent months of the year, $145-
'weeks. During June, 592 worth of permits were
permits were issued for issued, an increase of
$128,000 worth of new $52,396 over the $93,196 3. 3 Suns Food Store

buildings: seven new figure of 1964.Islandwide .
homes, $116,500; a swimming the increasefor
pool, $4,000, and June, 1965 was $52-
alterations, remodeling 396 over the figure of 4. Island Variety Store

"ind< repairs totaling $7- $93,196 in June, 1964.
500. The June total was Permits for the eight

$67,350 higher than in commercial buildings in 5. Market
June, 1964. Holmes Beach this year Foodway
Anna Maria City showeda were issued for the following -
sharp drop for the month estimated values,
and for the first half of totaling $247,300: Yacht
6. Gulf Service Station
the year. Permits for only Club, $50,000; S& S Plaza

$14,160 were issued shopping center, $40,000; SCHOOL'S OUT! DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU!
during June, a decreaseof Foodway Market, $65,000;
$15,440 over the $29- Seaside Gardens apart- Holmes Beach Yacht Club
7.
600 total of June, 1964. ments, $23,000; new store Siwe Sells" aHdeockle
"
.. ., During the January for Island Variety, $17-
through June period this 500; Gulf Service Station,

year, $92,595 worth of $12,800; Jackson Minit- 8. Jackson Minit Market kells
permits were issued, a Market, $18,000, and 3
decrease of $68,340 from Suns, $21,000.
...._ d .- "" And HOW does your garden grow?
-- 87"
f- w Are you going north this summer to escape the
,
IF:' 'ft' heat, or are you going to spend the quiet, lazy dayson
-- ,- Anna Maria Island swimming and relaxing? Your
: plants can neither go north nor cool off in the Gulf
'A\ but a good mulch of pine needles, peat moss or
I t lI'.tum lm1". :r coconut bark will keep them cool. It also will con-
serve moisture and weed And
I tC\111" :: discourage growth.
I snau:iC t:: don't forget that seaweed probably makes the best
I 1\ttl 1:: Liiuiiiiii mulch of all. In addition to all the regular mulching

I ft\.l 1T'1l.m1 !. :m advantages, its abundant supply of minerals and
I ,- vitamins will recondition the soil. Before applying,
". eMNIMN however, do rinse the salt from it or let it stand in
; : 'J '. a hard rain. Too much salt will dehydrate plants.
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YWir +w----- _._..- .. .... .-.w.--+ e Our Island gardeners refrigerate their hibiscus
s blooms during the day if they want to use them for
an evening arrangement. One of our "temporary"Island
visitors was told by a friend to pick them
before sunrise. "They'll remain open twentyfourhours
," she said. At 4 a.m. one day last week, you

,-... .K w....., could have seen our visitor out picking. hibiscus.
r What happened You guessed right.; Three out of
four blooms had shut their eyes by six o'clock. Nota
very good average--but a good lesson.
.

4 If you see mosquitoes In your house and they come ,

..-'.. singing by your ear just after you have turned out the
.. .. light--maybe you can blame them on the house plants]
?,,' 'i ,.,4., .' and cuttings you are growing in water. Mosquitoes
,,,' ;,,,,,,',." will breed In as little as one-sixth of an Inch of
water.Any plant that will grow in water will grov
as effectively In good potting soil any cutting that]
will root In water will do as well (the Agricultural?;
I Agents say) or better in builder's sand or vermic,l
.. ulite. Do check your vases and be sure your housa/ ,
'
Gull isn't a mosquito incubator.
J.: .
::
illJI / fi w Flower beds and shrubbery borders will have ,1
n ti rH much neater appearance If edged with appropriate]
..- plants. One of the best available is liriope. The!
___'f plants form large clumps of grasslike foliage and]
I :' during the summer tall spikes of lavender flowers]
from the center to additional color
--'' emerge give
,fI .;w.,,...,L". If-: .....,......-.- ...... There is a rare kind that produces white f1o cr.
and another that has variegated green and whit
foliage. The common species in being grown bj
uf1! friends who live on the Gulf and is most salt-
tolerant. Why not try it?
.
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I "I ask not for a larger garden but for finer seeds.''
I Russell Herman Conwell
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See you next week.
--G1NNIE

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every Thursday by 1IIF ISLAM: K .1'I1IJIrJ'h:
PIUIUSIIING COMPANY, 314 Pine fl O.144

.\venue, Anna Maria Island, Florida .
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Thursday July 8, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3

this. Thus the shark must keep moving constantly to
create this necessary current.Of Island Youth Ceiter News :

e 1U U tie SeaSHARKS more minor importance is the fact that sharks The schedule of events at the Island Youth Center
a/
have both mouth and nostrils on the bottom, ventral
for the coming week is as follows .
: side of the head, while the bony fish have the mouth : f
Thursday (July 8)): 9:30 a.m., Girls Basketball :1
located on the very front of the head, and the nostrilson
Carl Keeler 10:30 a.m. Basketball
By the top, near the eyes. Boys ft.J .
2:30 Drama "Our Town"Friday
p.m., "
The scales of the two groups are drastically
(July 9)) 10:30 '>
: a.m.
Housekeeping Craft4..
different. A shark has thousands of practically .
2:30 p.m., Puppetry ((919) V
7:30 p.m., Teen Dance ""J.

Sharks have long held a fascination man,chIefly| t7ENTINCL Saturday (July 10)): 8:30 a.m., Pram Sailing 1
because of their rather spectacular eating habits. We s 9:00 a.m., Boys Tennis :j
'
will investigate these habits in detail later, but first 10:30 a.m., Story Telling Hour 'to
let us correct a misapprehension.Many vtry ENAMEL 7-11 p.m., Records, Drama X.
people think of a shark as"just another fish," Tuesday (July 13)): 9:30 a.m. Girls Basketball

but there arc some very important and interesting t: t o c tl M, ''' 10:30 a.m. Boys Basketball .r-
differences between sharks and other fish. 10:30 a.m. Housekeeping Craft 1.

One basic difference, and the one which separatesthe /DEl Mts// / / ( i ,,1 2:30 p.m. Puppetry ((919) v
two groups taxonomically, is the structure of the 7 -II p.m. Records ;
skeleton. Every "bone" in the body of a shark is not Sectional view through one placold scale of a Wednesday (July 14): 9:30 a.m., Volleyball 'i

bone, but cartilage, a much softer substance. Our shark, showing the tooth-like structure. 10:30 a.m., Photography {;
ears, and the tips of our noses, are examples of 2:30 p.m., Drama ..
cartilage, so that you may judge the consistency of microscopic placoid scales, which are constructed 7:00 810 p.m., Girls Softball
this material. Now, a skeleton has two basic functionsto exactly like teeth, with an outer layer of enamel, an p.m., Mens Softball
-- support the animal, and to protect certain inner layer of dentine, and a pulp cavity in the very 8 10 p.m., Records ."-
Mrs. Robert
Ross
co-director
internal organs. How can a shark's skeleton, being so center. The scale is sharply pointed, and is embeddedin of the Youth Center
soft, carry out these functions? the thick epidermis by means of a broadened root. has returned to her duties at the center after a
Illness.
First, being immersed in water, the shark does not Except for size, shape, and location, a shark's teeth lengthy "
need the same support that a terrestrial animal and his scales are identical. No wonder sharkskin is A new dance, "The Hanky, was introduced at lastFriday's
requires. And secondly, the skeleton itself is sur- used as a very fine "sandpaper" by makers of very Teen Club dance. The band for Friday
rounded by a very thick layer of very tough muscle. well finished furniture. evening' July 9, will be the newly reorganized "The ..

This unusually hard, tough muscular layer is one Bony fish, as we know, have thin, flattened, over- Rebels. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Blrkman were the
reason sharks are so indestructible, as we shall see lapping scales of bony material, which are completely chaperones at last week's dance.
later. Thus, the muscles contribute materially to covered by a very thin epidermis. During the photography program on June 30,
these supportive and protective functions. Finally, of very great significance, is the fact that pictures were taken of one phase of sports, with the
Another basic difference between the two groups is bony fish have a swim bladder, while the sharks do pictures to be used for part of the composition of the
the fact that the male shark fertilizes the female not. This one point alone has many fascinating mural in the art class.A .

internally, whereas the bony fish fertilizes their eggs implications, affecting the anatomy, the swimming number of children enjoyed the story telling hour
externally, out in the water. ability, and the hydronamics of the two t'pesof fish. with Mrs. Ross. The origin of folk talcs was explainedand
The male shark has the inner edge of his pelvic fins Next week we will examine this aspect in more several German stories were read. The storytelling
modified into stiff rod-like "claspers," which were detail, and you will see a neat bit of engineering, ala hour will continue each Saturday through
7.
originally thought to aid in literally clasping the Nature. Aug.
The work project in the housekeeping craft hour last
female, but later were found to be dilaters to allow
easier entrance of the sperm. week was making a dust cloth which will be given to

The bony fish has but one gill slit, the gills being the student after completion. Home decoration warn
discussed, with charts showing color schemes for
covered by a gill cover, or operculum. By contrast,
each room to suit the Individual
the shark has five to seven gill slits on each side, taste.
and no operculum. The bony fish can remain in a
stationary position and create a current of water over BE A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER TO The ISLANDER,
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Page 4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 8, 1965 ,

MR. AND MRS. IRVING W. BEARD, formerly of

All About People... HUGH HOLMES, son. of Clarence, N. Y., and children, William, Warren and
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Elizabeth, have moved to the Island to make their
Holmes of Sunrise Lane, home here.
MR. AND MRS. CARL F. SCOTT of Holmes Beach permanent
returned home recently from a two-week trip to Holmes Beach, was the MR. AND MRS. CARL R. KEELER of Gulf Drive,

California, where they visited Mr. Scott's brotherand only Island Boy Scout who Holmes Beach, have moved to Longbay Boulevard,

sister-in-law, and Reno,Nev.,where they visited planned to make the Sarasota. I
their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. William annual trip to Philmont MR. AND MRS. GEORGE VANDER ADEN,former -
Scout Ranch Cimarron, residents of Enka,N.C.,have moved to the Island,
and
Scott family.
I
MR. AND MRS. EARL LLOYD of North Shore Drive, N. M. with other Scouts and are building a permanent residence in Sunrise

Anna Maria, are spending several weeks in Houston, \ from Sunniland Council. Park, Holmes Beach.
Texas, where Mr. Lloyd is undergoing surgery at The group left Tuesday, MRS. MARIE ROTOLO of Periwinkle Plaza, Anna I
but Holmes was confined and children left recently to the
Methodist Hospital.MR. "'II,<. Maria, spend sum-
AND MRS. R. E. "RED" MILLS of Holmes s ,('. to his home by illness and mer visiting family and friends in North Adams,
Beach, who recently returned from a vacation in New 11\ was unable to leave with Mass., where they formerly lived. I IOdttua'tte4
I his
York City, left a few days ago for Whiteville, N. C., the rest. According to
if he is
father, feeling i
where he will resume his work as a tobacco buyerfor
well enough in the next .
the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.

MR. AND MRS. PETE NILES 56th Street,Holmes \ few arrangements days to make will the trip be, HUBERT C. ELROD, 71, of 606 Baronet Lane, Key
weeks in Mexico where
Beach are spending several ,
Holmes Beach died at Manatee
son-in-law and and made to have Hugh join Royale, Memorial I
they are visiting their daughter, the others by flying to a Hospital, Saturday, July 3. Born in Granville, Tenn.,

family. point where he can meet he moved to Holmes Beach three years ago from
of the Anna Maria City
LEFTY MILLER, manager
HUGH HOLMES them. Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Pier, returned to the Island a few days ago from a
He was a retired real estate broker;past commander -
short vacation in Elma, N. Y., where he was the
of the State DAV of Tennessee and a former
;
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. "Red" Wells, regular MR. AND MRS. A. E. JONES of North Shore Drive, member of the Rotary Club and the Veterans of
winter visitors to the Island. Wells reports that he Anna Maria, are enjoying a motor trip through the Foreign Wars in Murfreesboro.
Falls. said the City West visited their son-in-law and daughterin
took Miller to Niagara Lefty having
Survivors are his wife,Mrs. Eloise Elrod of Holmes
Pier doesn't have as much or as fast moving water, Phoenix, Ariz., and friends and relatives in several
Beach Mrs. Gloria Shinn of
two daughters, Bradenton
but does have a whale of a lot more fish. (Wells, other places on the West Coast. On July 3 they were ; ,
and Mrs. Dorothy Owens of Nashville Tenn.
an avid cast-netter, readily agreed). According to in Spokane, Wash., visiting Mr. Jones' brother and ; two
brothers J. P. Elrod of Tullahoma Tenn. and
Cecil
., reports, Lefty complained that certain containers in family, and on the way home will visit another
N. Elrod of Murfreesboro; a sister, Mrs. C. S.
New York State were much smaller than in Florida-- daughter in McHenry, Ill. They expect to return home
Jenkins of Cookeville Tenn. and six
,
grandchildren.
just didn't understand that being away above sea level early next month, and meanwhile, through The
Funeral services and interment
were to be in
caused things to seem smaller.MR. ISLANDER, want to say "Hello" to all their friends Murfreesboro.

AND MRS. CHARLES CORCORAN, and two and neighbors.MR. .
sons, Joe and John, have moved to the Island from AND MRS. HERMAN STORRER of Holmes Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local

Hawthorne, N. J., and are making their home on Beach left this week for Pittsford, N. Y., where they arrangements.
Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria. will spend the next two months. / / /
of of 84th Street Holmes Beach FLOYD A. McCABE, 71, of 515 Key Royale Drive,
THE REV. GEORGE J. ZANDER, formerly Fort MRS. FRANK MOC ,
Atkinson, Wis., is now making his home on 49th is visiting family and friends in Mount Prospect,Ill. Holmes Beach, died at Manatee Memorial Hospital,
Street, Holmes Beach, his permanent residence. for a month. Monday, July 5. Born in Ida Grove, Iowa,he moved to

MISS NANCY COLLIER of Frankfort, Ky. has MR. AND MRS. EMMETT D. COX, formerly of the Island from Detroit seven years ago. Before he

arrived at her Island home on Harbor Drive, Holmes Columbus, Ohio, have moved to the Island to make retired, he owned and operated his own restaurant in
Beach, where she plans to stay until September first. their permanent residence at their home at 210-56th Detroit. He was a veteran of World War I, and a

MRS. HARRY VARLEY of 49th Street, Holmes Street, Holmes Beach. member of Kirby Stewart Post 24, American Legion,

Beach, left Tuesday for Studio City, Calif., where MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. PETERS of Shell Drive, Bradenton.
she will visit her mother and other members of her Holmes Beach, are expected home this week from a Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lillian McCabe, and
family for a month. trip to Minneapolis, where they have been for several three sisters Miss Jean McCabe and Mrs. Lula
MR. AND MRS. CECIL WEBB of Chilson Avenue, weeks. Gallen of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs. Grace Gallon'

Anna Maria, are spending part of the summer in MISS BARBARA COATES of Andover, Mass is of Yankton, S. D.
Cullowhee, N. C. a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Funeral services and interment were to be in Sioux

MR. AND MRS.JOHN BRENNAN,former Wisconsin Ward of South Harbor Drive, Holmes Beach, for the Falls.
residents, have sold their home in the north, and summer. Griffith-Cline Island Chapel was in charge of local

plan to make their home on Key Royale their year THE REV. AND MRS. LESTER M. UTZ of 74th arrangements.

around residence.MR. Street, Holmes Beach, returned home recently froma ,1-
r ?
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AND MRS. WALLACE I. GRAY of Baronet three-day cruise to Nassau and Freeport aboard the ';iI
Lane, Key Royale, are leaving soon to spend a monthin SS YARMOUTH CASTLE. They were accompaniedby c.
Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Werley of Pinegrove, Pa. w


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July 8, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page S J


, Guests at the Motels 4


, MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Ml*. Mary Turon and Miss May Sadler of
Bradenton. Mr. and Mn. Tony Caitiello and Mickey Hernandez Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. John Quevedo of Tampa Mra. E. D. Wood and Miss
I D. Pennlngton of Orlando. Mr. and Mra. J'. Stevenson of Brandon, and w L. ,
family. Mr. and Mra. William Rohra of HlckavUle. Ohio,and family. e
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Candy of Lakeland,and family. Mr. and Mra. Aubrey
Mills of Mulberry,and family. Mr.and Mr*.Marvin Boris of Perryaburg.
Ohio, and family.
BAY VIEW COTTAGES: Steve Stohler and Mike Thomas of Pendleion, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Anderson of Plant City, and family.
EAST O* THE SUN: Mr.and Mra.Cecil Van Diver of Harrodsburg. Ky., and _
family. Mr. and Mra. J. Diprima of Rome Ca., and family.
PALM COURT Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Duncan of Milleraburg. Ohio, and son
Mr. and Mrs. E. B.Scheibe of Wooarer. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. In
Pitta Jr. of Plant City. Mr. and Mra.William Craven of Columbus, Ohio, tir
and son. Mr. and Mra. William C. Lester of Brandon, and aon. Mr. r
and Mra. John Roberts of Dover, and family. Mr. and Mra. A. W. Dixon
of Highland City. Mr.and Mra.E.Jeter of Tampa, and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Schlleaman of Hamilton, Ohio and family.
NOMAD MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. Clements of Bartow. Mr. and Mra.
Thomaa of Dover. Mr. and Mra. C.Talbot Winter Park, and family
Mr. and Mrs. L. Duncan and party Mr. and Mra. F. Fleltaa, C. Mc-
Quinn and family, and H. Foster and family,all of Tampa. Mr. and Mra.
C. A. Ferraro, and Mr. and Mra. C. Haro and family of St. Peteraburg. .
F. Anthony of Mt. Dora and party. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murnan of
Batavia, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Murnan of Largo. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Heltman of Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mra. L. Cline of Wheeling
W. Va.
HALEY'S MOTEL Edward Foch of Hollywood. Mrs.Fern Kenard,Mrs.
Alta Smith and Miss Hannah Jackson of Indianapolis. Larry flicks of
Plant City. Mrs. Magdalena Soloay and Mrs. Anita S. Garcia of St. 4
Petersburg. S. C. Farina, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coleman and son of f
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. FrancU E. Barney Glenn Dale Md. Mr. and ,/
Mrs. T.J. Spearman and Miss Mary Spearman of Wauchula. Mr and
Mra. Marlon Hampshire of Lancaster, Ohio. I. ,
ROGERS COTTAGE Mr. and Mra. Leslie Alderman of Winter Haven.
BRUNNER DUPLEX: Cecil Granduff. Rick Spencer,Cilbert Beck and Ronny
Norkaa of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bright of Lakeland.
TAMAITI COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones of Mulberry. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Duke of Mulberry.
LAY-Z-LIV-N MOTEL Mr. and Mra. J. C. Brown of Tampa. Mr. and
Mra. Victor Kowal of Kingston, N. Y. R. P. Former of Llthla. Mr.
and Mra. L. Mershon of Springfield, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ru.nrll of
Orlando. D. E. Plttman of Fort Bennlng, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. CecilE.
Wiggins of Bartow. Mr.andMrs.W.H.Lyle and Mr. and Mra. George
Anderaon of Fort Meade. Mrs. Jane Tlson of ParrUh. Mr.and Mrs.
Maurice Lpperson of Plant City on their honeymoon.
PROTHERO APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs. J. Albrlttonof Glbsomon. ,
Mrs. W. C. Mitchell and Mra. M. D. Mitchell of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs.
M. O. Gerdley of Orlando. Miss Kay GUI and Miss Carol Fordham of
-
Fort Myers.
FRICK COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards of Lakeland.
BEARD COTTAGE Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wamble of Bartow. Mr. and
Mrs. Earle Miller of Highland City.
S. S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL Mr.and Mrs.Malcolm Sweat Jr. of Glbsomon AIR VIEW OF THE SOUTHERN END OF ANNA MARIA CITY. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
Mrs. Elliott Reed and family Mr.and Mrs.Harold E. McNeal of Lake-
land. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bland Jr. of Mt. Dora. Mr. and Mra. Dick
Glllenwater of Alken, S. C. Mr. and Mrs.Robert C. Muchmore of Winter
Park. Fay and Linda Shepherd of Plant City. Mr.and Mra. Albert T. CABA APARTMENTS Mr. and Mrs Fred La Ferry of Chattanooga. .
Bauchle of Winter Park. Mr. and MM. Charles Reeder t< Ellenton, and family. TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUHSCRINERS TO
HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL Mr.and Mrs.Robert Dillard of Bradley. Mr. BAYVIEW VILLA APARTMENTSi Mr. and Mrs William Karr of Boynton THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE docs NOT
and Mra. Joseph Fitzgerald of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. Beach. Mr. andMrs.Jo.ephS.CanaeloiWilliamsportPa.arid ton. .
Caruthera of Apollo Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willis of Saraaota. Mra. LeRoy Ysncy and Mrs. Florence Rauback of St. Petersburg. Mr. and appear on your address on the paper, please
Mr and Mrs. Fred Wahman of Romulus Mich. Mr. and Mra. Frank Mra. William Faughn and children,and Lawrence B.UeyaU of Plant City. send it to us. It's use will be required by
Little of Bartow. Mr. and Mra.W.A.Tuck of Sarasota. Mr. and Mra. Mr. and Mra. Clayton TyaonandMra. Floaale Belcher of Plant City. Mr. 1 and it is
Warren A. Haddock of Mulberry. Mr. and Mra. George H. Kr.u.., and and Mra. William J. Evans of Chicago, and children. July expected the Zip Codes will
Mr. and Mra. Frank Smith of Bradenton. Mlaaes Jerry and Arlene ROD k REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Mra. E. II. Coker, Mr. and Mra. W. W. expedite delivery of the paper.
Schrabel of Valrtco. Mr. and Mra. Samuel Stickney of Bartow. Mr. Turner, Mr. and Mra. Tony Pupello Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Baldwin and
and Mrs. Cyril Schmidt of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mra.Richard Garrlgua of children, Mr. and Mra. C. L. Camthera, and Mr and Mra. Joseph A. Dlat
Stanhope, N.J. Mrs. A. J. Franczak of Park Ridge, III., and children. and family, all Tampa.. Mr. and Mrs W. F. Steele of Buford. Ca. .
CAPRI BEACH APARTMENTS: T. A. McDonald Eugene Roberts John I. Mr. and Mra. James B. Woodall of East Point. Ca. Mra. Mary J. Gilbert
May, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adklna of Tampa. Roland Descornlles of and Mra. H. Beall Mr. and Mra. Roland Greene Jr. and Mr. and Mra. Reid
Zeph yrh1l1.. C. Lance and children, all of Lakeland. Mr and Mra. R. A. Drown and
THE ROCKETTES' GULF TO BAY MOTEL Sam Potter Jr. of Klngeport. son, and Mr and Mrl.E.Anderaonof Lake Wal... Mr. and Mra. J. W. 'II Ted T.c4a4e&.
Tenn., and son. Mrs. Leland S. Devore of Chattanooga. Mr.and Mra. Me Quarter of Brademon. Mr. and Mra. George Hummel of KUalmmee.
Harold Barnes of Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marble Palmetto on and irandeona. Mr. and Mra. henry C.Griffin of Wiuchula.:
their honeymoon. Mr and Mra. William All of Winter Park, and daughter TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mra. Mark Boutwell; Mra. Ruth Homer and
Mr and Mrs.Earl B.Sch.lbotcincinnatiand family. Mr. and Mra. Mickey Sexton, all of Lakeland. Mr. and Mra. Roy Berger and Mr. and
S. C. ttamonn Springfield.,111.,and son. Mr.and Mra. Barry Watkina of Mra. Alfred Stevena of Winter Haven. Mr. and Mre. Jame. Caruthera ...TOt 'ewe Tel
Battle Creek, Mich. on their honeymoon. Mr. and Mra. James Coluln of of Mulberry, and family. Rev. and Mra. Leonard Sapp of Wrlghtavllle.Ca. ,
Shamrock. Texas, and family. Mr. and Mra. Jerry Edwards and sun, and ., and family. Miss Orchid Wlmbrow of Orlando. Mr. and Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. Sparky Short and family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. T. Morrlaa, Mr. and Mra. F. J. Fireman, and Mr. and Mra. James R. 2 Licensed
,Billiard; and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Parker" Wauchula. Mr, and Mrs. Gibson Tampa. Mr. and Mra. Oarrtll Frank of Moore, Ok I.. Mr. Agents
Radlsa Punch of Johnstown. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Sihlltper of Dan. and Mra. 1::. McDowell of Longview Teiaa.
bury Conn. Mrs. Florence Bacher of Bartow, and family. Mr. and
Mrs. James W. Mixeley of Orlando, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andy JOHN P. HUTH INSURANCE
Murrow of Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. J.D.Barnette Pompano Beach. .
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ZIP CODE YouthA
CHURCHES UNClASSifiED Roser
(Continued from Page 1)
-"U ,.>..., r*,.Iu'
the Bradenton Beach Post new youth programat
ST. BERNARD(CATHOLIC MISSION) R..-$1...-.. .....s. Office formerly has been the Roser Memorial

FU.. Francis F. WeUmlller FOR SALE 4-Room House 5300. designated by the same Community Church will
For Rend 2.3.4-Room Apartment number as that office be launched by Rick Frost,
MASS*SUNDAYl S & 10 am Low y.ygg* g11-7.8'24.07'
WEEKDAYS WANTED TO BUVi All U.S. 33510. pastoral assistant for the
HOLY DAYS 8 am & 6 pm Cold, Currency, or Foreign Coins ofany According to the direc- summer. The program
ROSARY & BENEDICTION- Country, or old Medals. Token,
WEDNESDAYS 7130 pm etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 2403 tory, the Island Zip Codes will begin at 4 p.m., Sun-
HawMemorial ChurchHenD.ne.inatteael 14th St. W.. Rradpnton.. Ph 747-2516. are now: Anna Maria, day, July 11, with supperon

( ) PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 33501; Bradenton Beach, the beach at the end
Bredenton B..ch 33510, and Holmes Beach of Oak Avenue Anna
R... A. W. Sim His MOWING EDGING ETC. % 33509. Maria. Supper, which will

SUNDAY 9ll5 am Sunday School KEN FELLOWS / consist of hamburgers and

r High Twelve ClubH. the trimmings, and cold
Oiristlm Sel... Service Phone 778-2894 after 4 P.M. ;
drinks will be furnished
,
A. M. CwMMNilty Haus. ALTERATIONS on all kinds of Cloth-. :
SUNDAY ing. Also Dressmaking Drape..Mr*. Eugene Cox will talk and all young people of
tOO am Sunday Service Frank Beard. Phone 778-1431. on the subject of "Real the community from 7th

ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH Building FOR RENTi with shower 30x40-rt.and bath.Commercial Shelve I Estate Appraisals," at ;grade through high school

H... L.. Retlifl. Pester and workbench. Cor.Crescent Pine, the meeting of the Island age are invited and urgedto
THURSDAY I Anna Maria. Inquire at Dottle', orCill High Twelve Club at noon, attend. A vesper ser-
7:00 Church Choir 778-n: 11.
SUNDAY pm STAMPS a. SUPPLIES fOR COL- Thursday, July 8, at the vice will be held at sunset.
6i4S am Sunday School LECTORS. Come In and let u* fill Gulf Terrace Restaurant.Cox Emphasis of the new
10>00 am Worship Service those empty apace In your album.
5:30 pm Chapel Choir We carry a supply(or every collector. 4SUMMERTIME is a member of the I program will be to encourage -
6:30 pm Worship Service You're welcome to come In&browse.M. American Institute of Real participation by
7:30 pm Youth Fellowship L. O'Connor Stamp & Supplies
WEDNESDAYS 2403-1 4th St W.Bradenton.747-251 M1. Estate Appraisers. the youth of the commu-
7:00 pm RA, CA, Sunbeam FOR SALE. 40-Foot Steel Flagpolesfrom Mayor Elmer G. Twistof nity.
7:00 pm Prayer Misting
the World' Fair House on Key
Re.* Me' ..rl.l CltwchM..D..tl..l Royale. Excellent for business or Holmes Beach will dis-
( ) residence.778.1917 Contact Howard Adam at cuss "City Business," at

SUNDAY WANTED.\ Housework on Tuesdays the meeting of the club on
9:00 am Worship Service and Wednesday Own transportation.Call r Thursday, July 15.
School 722-1 523 after :5
10:00
am Sunday p.m.
4:00 pm Youth Fellowship Beach FOR SALE 15 foot "Sea Fury"1 ., Wives of club membersare ... .
Party on Oak Avenue (Supper Fiberglass Boat, w/ 35 HP outboard :& Invited to all meetingsheld
MONDAYS Furnished motor SI73. Call plus 778-2139.Oliver Hoist. All for only PICNIC (Islander, Photo by Rene ReJon) during July.

7:00 pm Boy Scout Troop 7 III .
WEDNESDAYS
10 am.2 pm Missions Workshop

Church of Annunciation YOU

(Episcopal) save money .,
?
THURSDAY Rev. Gonad K. Low., Rctor Buying or Building


9:00 am Holy Eucharist
4th SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY YOU
8:00 am Holy Eucharist Get a look better
10:30 am Family Eucharist &
Sermon Church School

Gloria Do Lutheran Church

Roy. Letter M. Uti Potter YOU
SUNDAY PALMETTOFEDERAL feel better
9:15 am Sunday School
10:30 am Worship Service
Hl30 am Choir Rehearsal


WITH CLEAN CLOTHES FOR SUMMER



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[ July 8. 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 7


,. ISLAND REAL ESTATEhousehunting


Home at 306 Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria (below),
recently purchased by Miss Charlotte Jones of Shaker DUPLEX BARGAININ
? Heights, Ohio, from Elden Morgan of Brigantine,N.J.
The transaction was handled by Aileen Pike and PERFECT CONDITION--Each side has
George Wagner of George Wagner Realty, Holmes 2 DR & 2 BATHS..FULLY FURNISHED--
\LET A PROFESSIONAL'Homefinder" Beach. (ISLANDER PHOTO) IDEAL LOCATION w/ Gulf Beach Privileges.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Enjoy "ISLAND
LIVING" with a nice Income. TOTAL PRICE
ONLY $21,500. THIS IS WAY BELOW THE
MARKET VALUE!!

PARRISH REALTY

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Apartments
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2217 GULP DRIVE BRAOCNTON BEACH 4

Now Leasing '5 & S PLAZA'New I

Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank JUST COMPLETED

1.r1. Stor Spm-Hlfkt HIiMliitioi-

Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor OPEN

Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464 FOR INSPECTIONSEE


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1 Block from Beach, Central Heat I

& Air Conditioning. Completely

Furnished, Unusual View TERMS r's:1ta. a.:1:25l1Ufl. ',
rittttsss.txuxa JACK HOLMES, Realtor

CANAL LOTS $2250 .
""' PHONE 778-1648
75-I-out Wide, High Canal Lots at thin -
remarkable price, well situated in residentialarea. ,..:. .. 6101 MARINA DRIVE
This offer for a LIMITED TIME ONLY! .
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Gertrude "" ,' "' I
Blassingame '.. ...c'Ijo"! ,, ".. 'r,'" .'':' .....' j.t
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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Model apartment is now open for inspection in new
\"ZOQUINA Fran Maxon Associate building at Seaside Gardens on 62nd Street just off SECLUDED UNIQUE
BUILDING PHONE 778.1 Marina Drive, Holmes (Beach, with the public invitedto ,
;:y... ANNA MARIA. FLORIDA t" visit the new apartments. ((1SLtNUEIPflOTOS) Canal Front Home


DUPLEX REDUCED George Wofner-REALTY Main House: Two Bedrooms, Hath, HUGH
Living Room, Den, Dining Room, Spacious
DIUM.MX( AT 201 -76thStreet,Holmes llcach. ItlonJ Sdopplfif C.nt., Kitchen Utility Room with hath, and onecar
Air Conditioning and Central Oil Heat. Two PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARIA garage (Another could he added). Central
Hcdrooms' each side. One apartment rented c...c...........,.B...... heating &air conditioning.Attached GLASSED
by the year. Well landscaped. Sprinkler AU.." P.1.. A..t.JACK'S AND SCRKKNI-I) IIRAlliD POOL for year-
System. Boat Dock. Paved Street. Price round use.Large connecting studio with hath-
reduced to $1 i.500( ) skylight) and northern exposure--an artist'sor
writer's drcjim--or use as a guest apartment -
-ALSO- BARGAIN BOARD or master bedroom. Luxuriant trees
and shrubs provide a park like setting. for this
2 BR-Florida Room-Large Living unique home. Unless you can offer the priceof
>45MX) cash furnished, please du not
Room-Carport-Utility Room-Docking Prices Slashed!
request an appointment to see the property.
Privileges-Unfurnished
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$11,000 ANNA MARIAA

Lovely two-bedroom lookH-Hkc-ncw homeon Mah.r f.al Estat.
JOHN B. PROTHERO oversized corner lot. Ucautlful landscaping IUTH MAHAI 110 MAHAI
liflittrri, 1..1! h.... 1.5.1. & Ititili Air conditioned. Cost S17,(XX). -Now Cut To: ....1st.r.1 1..1! Is,.,. I"..,.

116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach $12,900BUSINESS 7702 Gflf' Dfhri, H.I... Iticb 77M15I


, LOTS Don't Leave The Island

before you see
HOLMhS HI ACM SHOPPING AltEi$4.000
5"KEY ROYALE
ANNA MARIA--Nt-AK PIER S2.VX
5400 Gulf Drivea

AND&AY PALMS GULF FRONT HOME 'handsome! jjurtmom complex,

-- condominium! ; OH nmhip
Section -2 Bedrooms, 2 Oaths,
North Point
1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
Central Air Conditioning.: 60 x 40n foot lot.
MODEL HOMES electric r.lnst'I; wealth of closet:! jrcucupeling
$27,000KEY
wall; to vvjll; upper floors
OPEN DAILY
ROYALE Screened purdlcplJcttl for privacy:

-- SWIMMING POOLand

HOMESITES and HOMESIN 1st "ddlflOn-- n 6ftth Street. New Home on
deep water. Three Bedroom, TwuJthn.OPEN 300 feet of beautiful beach to enjoy
EVERY PRICE RANGE FOR INSPI.ITION.: PRICK CIT: TO: $15,500
$18,500
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WATERFRONT NON-WATERFRONT Apartments

Take a Look We are Happy to Show Open 9-5 Every Day


t JACK MARSHALL Reiltor LflOIHI HH COUP

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J. O. Mancr; Broker Salesman; 5400 GULF DRIVE

REGISTERED BROKER Ellen Marshall Reg. Salesman M#r. HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA

Phone 778-1917 M & M Building 778.2614 Anna Maria T.I.,..it 77'.1'11tJhursday






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Good Selection of FLORIDA SOUVENIRS

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ISLAND See our display of New New !If

New Floral ArrangementsBeach Shorts All Lengths

Chairs & Umbrellas uk'nAT1
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FIRST Furniture TOO I
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Telephone 778-1019
8 to 20 Nassaus
SUMMER HOURS
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CLOSED AT Noon on Wednesday & Bermudas
F1 HAPPINESS. 3o'clock on Saturday 38 to 46

j is when our customers
.::E '- smile back at us.
GARBAGE PICKUPIn a aitale ie lle .
( ANNA MARIA&HOLMES BEACH)
jjf SALE Continues
Monthly Service Charge-PER UNIT:
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone Pint Can..$2.25..Each Additional Can.$1.00 SHIFTS
5* DISCOUNT IP PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
Ticket may b.purchas.d at B& K Hardware SKIMMERS
778-1771 Days SWIM SUITS

Lmmu J 778-1440 Nights You Can RENTFOLDAWAY $ & $S99
011. HOLMES BEACH (jj) Bermuda 6J.

AAA Service Mechanic .
BEDS & CRIBS days, nights Lay- \ ,' ; Phone
NEW and USED CARS : -1"
Linen, Blankets, Fan,
as low as Away 778UM
Pillow Hospital Bed
Plan
ALL TYPES OF BABY
The Excise Tax Reductionis FURNITURELINEN $98.00 ac SCN.4;'rusww_.r..an,..,....."

Now in Effect Storybook
RENTAL SERVICETel. FRESH MILK DAILY
So---Check Our Summer 778-1472 Vacation at GROCERIES-COLD BEVERAGES-Etc.

PHILCO Specials magically low
HANDY DANDY
Special Prices SunsetLATEX prices onEastern

Airlines OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.
On ALL Air ConditionersAS
FLAT EVERY DAY
LOW ASISLAND 2'' ISLAND

:r SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810

$13288 =- h lCOlsr WALL PAINT n

v.l W Bicycling through land. Call 778-2012
of tropical foliage,
This NEW Interior Latex scopes e. SdtMg
TV 778-1703 pastel cottages and tranquil
Wall Paint Dries I Quickly.
l coves. Swimming at
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor
provides I I Good Hiding to I II all fine pink-sanded beaches.
Deep-sea fishing, calypso 5306 Holmes Boulevard
surfaces...Cleanup I is easy-
Beautiful Smooth Flat Finish singers, fascinating nightlife Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
8 days, 7 nights (with
7 breakfasts) as low as
h $98 00 per person for partyof lEACH LIQUOR STOREHOLMES

v two,plus air fore. Now BEACH ONF-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
'all of Bermuda bewitchment .
You 778.2023 We
Ring BringHaving
is yours on an Eastern .. .
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tl, ,. 4oseo Storybook Vacation. ICE"COLD"Champagne i R .. !Walker's Gin
; ; E 3 for $10.00

''NI color. Sec 2 bottles $6.50 t 0 R j:Gin &: Vodka
Quality Piiit at i Popular Prici R
,4U47wd READYMIXCALVERT N Y Fifths $2.99
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Cocktails ; TEN HIGH

DON rO'GfT Oil tUHUl I (j Fift1U.3.99 3 for $10.00
......,.''" '$lute"'lIII'USS co i A PARTY?!
S erwtce BRUGALRUM3.5ths$10.00 i i Private Cellar
Tell Us .' 100 proof
9/tt4' Holmes Beach COMPLETETRAVEL : And J3 for $11.65
CANS ----
Inc. I HOT tr COLD I I Fa I$f a H
Manatee County Water Supplies
SERVICE Black Label i WEIL Busch BavarianB.llbminc
Company ; BRING Black Label
(I INCOirOKAUD) 778-1131
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