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The I Islander( fWlDA. _
THE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
Where Life Is Peaceful and Fishing Is Good H1SIO
No. 714 ANNA MARIA ISLAND. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 15. 1965 TEN CENTS
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FISHING" WITH CAMERA AROUND OLD SHIPWRECK.
I HokMS leach To Pave 48th Of meeting C MeetingA of the Island Business Seventeen Assn.businessmen Iriftf Irodeiitoi leach OM..tI.hradenton .' I
A public hearing on the Cablevislon of the Manatee In Bradenton Beach attended Beach Mayor former Councilman Willis
proposed paving of 48th franchise for Chamber of Com a meeting Monday Henry Meunier said last Green.
week that he had been told several
Street was held at the antenna television will be held at evening as the first step Among matters
meeting of the Holmes tabled for further A, Blue Water in forming a better bun I, that work on the new anil which were tabled until
Beach Board of Aldermen and consideration.An Apartments, at ness association in that crouton piers In that city the August meeting of the
would begin "within four council were a lease on
Tuesday evening. owner of land on p.m., Thursday. city. A second meeting of
Paving on the street will rise Lane offered to Division President Bill the group will be held at weekshut declined to the city fishing pier; the
cost each owner of abut- the city a needed 20 who arranged for 9 p.m., Monday, July 19, name the source of his proposed city sign ordi-
ting property an estimated of his lot In exchange use of the meeting at the Gulf Terrace. All Information, saying'that It nance, and the purchase ofa
$1.68 per lineal foot, with a change to has asked that all holders of occupational was new garbage
At a brief regular meet- Meunier said that what
the city to pay onethirdof zoning. The matter of the division licenses In the city arc
of the council taken the
ing ever was ,
the cost. Bids on the tabled. to attend. urged to attend.
Thursday evening a totalof purchase of a new trash
work will be sought. Alderman John
9337.84 In bills were truck, or having the trash
Clerk Mrs. Polly reported that
City approved for Of and garbage picked bya
Archer reported that the three properties on
that amount, $2,779lfU private contractor, the
city has on hand a total of street still had not
6)C for replacement of the cost of the service to the
$33.585, and bills totaling to deed a -
residents of the would
decking on theclty fishing city
$2,854 were approved for the city.
Increase, although exact
payment.A The board voted to
public hearing was the Florida for the city by costs were not now known.
scheduled for Tuesday, Association as I I
Aug. 3, at which a requestfor in a letter from ANNA MARIA ISLAND WEATHER
a change in zoning on Dye Jr. of Bradenton,
Blocks 14, 16, 17 and 24, president of the ...... IUJ''J'ilI
Casanas Subdivision will zation. T........,.. T..p.1..w
be considered. The blocks Mayor Elmer C. .
/ "I' M/14.
In question are betweenthe announced that i J
Manatee County Beach Tlona and -- t July 6 -76 86 84 91 87 .3
and 37th Street, with the Sarasota firm of -- July 7--78 87 84 92 87 None
owners asking a change ing engineers had July 8--77 86 83 91 87 .1
from the present R-l zon- retained by the city July 9-77 86 85 91 87 None
ing (residential) to A-l advise it in the ... .July 10--78 87 85 91 87 None
(hotels, motels and apart- a sewage disposal July 1177 87 72 88 86 .2
ments). for the business area. summer cloud formations over the north end July 12--78 86 80 89 85 NoneUN1VEtSITY
A request from Manatee (Continued on Page the Inland. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
I e 2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July.15,196J
LETTERS S ease Q.J 1
by THE EDITOR
Readers of The ISLANDER are invited to SEND IN
James A. Cox, Manatee County Planning Directorwho personal items for our "All About People" column.
was fired recently by the County Commission, Please don't telephone the items, but write them out,
this week sent a long letter to all the newspapers in and bring or mail them to the office of The ISLANDERin
the area. In the letter Cox states what he believes to Anna Maria. Making sure, in each case, that the
be the reasons "why the planning department has not item is clear and easy to read.
functioned properly since its inception." Contributors of:such items are asked to include their
He writes, "The reasons are many, here are but a telephone numbers, so that if necessary, someone on
few: 1. Controversy in the department has been the paper will be able to reach them easily.
rampant since its Inception." These items will be used as fast as space will tr,
allow, and of course, on a firstcomefirstservedbasis.
No Comprehensive Plan Y
"2. Manatee County has no comprehensive plan. Good sharp black and white pictures also will be
Those who started the present monstrosity certainlyhad welcome if they have some local interest. Using
no concept regarding the fabrication of a Master pictures in the paper does not alter or injure them,
Plan. Unfortunately, few planners understand the and they will be returned in the same condition in
monumental task of creating a Master Plan." which they were submitted. Although we would like
to be able to use all the colored pictures which come
our way, our printing process does not make it
"3. There has been nothing but dissension betweenthe possible.
Taylor-Clark-Hutches appointees, the Louis Circulation in depth is guaranteed for any such
Lynn, LaMar, and Mrs. Bonny Fort faction, and the items sent us, because not only are they publishedin
appointees of the past Republican dominated commis- The ISLANDER, but also are copied, almost Mike Klemmer, former Manatee County Commissioner : -
sion, Wilder, Schneider, and Alice Wallis, and I was verbatim, within a few days by at least two daily with model of a section of permeable groin
caught in a vise between these two factions. Taylorand papers in the area, the combined circulation of whichis designed by Sydney Makepeace Wood, similar to the
his hatchet crew, to sabotage my planning depart- many times that of The ISLANDER. Apparently the anti-erosion pier at the Manatee County Beach.
.. ment, employed a vicious, back-stabbing attack on local correspondents of those papers find copyingour (ISLANDER PHOTO BY ED BAUMAN)
Alice Wallis, my administrative assistant and secre- personal items much less enervating than chasing
tary. They wanted her eliminated. The heat of persecution around for their own material. Si'1vet Bells aft2Cockle
became so unbearable on Alice that she decidedit )
was impossible for her to continue under such The Island is becoming a mecca for honeymooners.Each .
pressure, and gave me her resignation. Result-- week the motel operators report the names of ite11s
Manatee County lost a valuable employee." from one to a half-dozen honeymoon couples among
Board Membership Increased their guests. And HOW does your garden grow?
"4. With Clark Hutches and Taylor increasing the Each year the number of permanent residents of the Webster says a garden is a "fertile and delightfulspot.
membership of the Planning Commission Board from Island increases to some extent, but recently rate ." Does this definition fit your garden or are you
seven to ten members earlier this year, they have of increase seems greater. Last week alone we had always in a dither planting and replanting? Most of
created an expensive and unnecessarily confusing word of no fewer than six new families settling hereas us on Anna Maria are not natives as the cabbage
situation. Each time this board meets, $100, plus all-year residents. palms, so we have much to learn.Our first lesson is
travel expenses, is spent of precious tax dollars. *
usually the rapid rate of growth of tropical planting.By .
Five members are sufficient and certainly no more During the past few years, the county's mosquito the time we've learned this lesson, we're living in
than seven should be appointed. The members who control program has done just that--brought the pests a jungle-like atmosphere and trimming like mad. If
are appointed to this office should be chosen carefullyand pretty well under control through a well-planned we aren't trimming, perhaps we arc giving plants to
should be the most capable and outstanding program of eliminating breeding places, larvicldlng, anyone who will dig them up and move them!
citizens of the community. They should own propertyand and fogging. It's never too late to make a garden plan--you can
have lived here long enough to understand the Another flying pest which should be eliminated is do-it-yourself or have a landscape nurseryman dolt
problems of the community. They should be people of the little creature variously called a"gnat," a "sand for you. Your plan may becasual or formal but with-
high moral caliber, people" who will not permit hodge- flea," or by the Indian name, "no-see-um." These out it, endless mistakes will be made--and replantingis
podge, unplanned growth. little monsters can fly through a fine-mesh screen not only expensive but hard onplants. don't know
Intolerable Decisions without slowing down, are next to impossible to see, why the subject "landscape" always brings to mind
and can bite frequently and effectively. Perhaps theydo money, when it only means creating a picturesqueeffect
5. Decisions like the following should not be not constitute sufficient challenge, but they seem with planting. Hundreds of books arc availableon
tolerated: ,a. A friend of one of the county commis- to--on an individual basis, at least. the subject and moln)'ohhellC!can be obtained from
sioners wanted to put a house on a lot he owned, public libraries.
.. and not conform to the required building setback. And on the subject of mosquitoes--the Bureau of
This lot faced a proposed main arterial street ,that Entomology of the Florida State Board of Health is
would be four-laned. The commissioner was called continuing a statewide project to eradicate the Aedes
and he proceeded to tell his friend to put his house aegypti; the mosquito which Is capable of spreading
where he wanted to. He, the commissioner, would yellow fever or dengue.
have the planned arterial street moved to the next The program's third cycle of inspection is now
block. The objectionable part of it is that this decision being carried out on the Island, with the Inspectors
destroyed the entire circulation pattern, as well as looking for the mosquito in the larval stage, which
putting the right-of-way to be acquired closer to are found In standing water, holes in trees, or In
already existing homes of better quality. Obviously air plants.
these home owners weren't friends of the commissioner The program will take five years to complete, andat
present, a number of men are covering the Island
b. Keeping inefficient help paid by taxpayers" simply house by house, to try to eliminate the carrier of the Before you plant particularly If you have a new I
because of a commissioner fancy. dread disease. home, why don't you do a little research and makea
Reviewing Past Months Inspections will continue about every six months plan that will fit your particular needs? If you prefera
until the authorities in charge of the program are "friendship garden," know what you want to plant,
". In looking back over these past few months, satisfied the county is negative. It Is understood the where you want to plant It, and what Its purpose shall
I have asked myself how did this all come about. How Island is in good shape in this respect, and some of be- -then when a friend proffers a plant, accept Itj
has a man like Taylor acquired such power that he the Inspectors report that no evidence of the pests and enjoy It.
can play with the lives of humans as if they were have been found during the present inspection. If your garden is already fully grown It Is simple!
pawns in a chess game. It is apparent that he and to make a plan indicating all the shrubs, plants and
Hutches have been influenced by Clark, and with their By requiring resident business establishments and trees. Then, in order not to overdo, remove an oh
coalition of three votes, control Manatee: County for tradespeople to pay for occupational licenses, the plant each time you add a new one. This Is what th i
their own selfish desires. The only one in their way Island cities are implying that the cities themselves artist does in order not to make the picture look!
is Dan McClure, Chairman of the Commission. Once arc protecting such license holders from competition "picky." Since your garden Is a picture from each]
they acquire the chairmanship their control will bo of) unlicensed outsiders who want to do business on the window, it applies as well.
complete, and woe be unto Manatee County. This day Island. Local police should be directed toward more .
may not be in the too far distant future for overheard stringent enforcement of the provisions of the various Have you seen the newest species of yucca--It'i
one of Taylor's henchmen talking of the plans to divest city licensing ordinances.One spineless--you can back Into it with no bayonel
.. Dan of the chairmanship and put one of the coalitionIn. flagrant example of unfair competition for local wounds--you can embrace it without being stabbed--!
Hutches was the name mentioned, for Clark will food stores by unlicensed operators is that of the and It looks exactly like the native yucca that Is now]
be up for reelection next year and doesn't want to be roadside vegetable and fruit merchants who appear blooming on the Island? It will tolerate salt, grow]
encumbered by the chairmanship. Clark evidently is from time to time. on sandy soil, and make a handsome accent plant fo
the leader, "and has Hutches and Taylor eating out These one-day establishments come along, pick your garden. Furthermore--you can plant It and forget
of his hand. themselves a likely spot, and proceed to set out a It.
McClure Good Administrator"To few vegetable crates for a stand, and they're in .
business. And then they offer for sale fruit or "I like trees because they seem more resigned id
lose the services of Dan McClure chairmanof vegetables, usually of Inferior quality, at prices well the way they have to live than other things do.'] t'
the Board of County Commissioners would be a below the market. They should succeed, because they Willa Sibert Cather
tragedy for Manatee County. From my personal are not subject to the usual costs of overhead which .
knowledge and observation, this young man is an the established merchant has to pay. No taxes! No See you next week.
extremely capable administrator. He holds a university licenses! --GI lEThe I
degree in Public Administration and exhibits By licensing skilled or supposedly skilled crafts (
great devotion to the present and" future developmentof men, particularly In the building trades, the cities tilander -
the county he so ably serves. have an obligation to the general public to be sure
that all those licensed individuals have sufficient \n Independent Weekly I puhlKhvdevery '
Political Fusion Needed
Party 'lhur! dJY by IHF ISLANDI-K ,
skill to carry on their various specialties in such away
"Manatee Countlans awakcl The destiny of your that the public Is reasonably protected from PUBLISHING COMPANY. 314 Pine t .
county Is at stake. I consider Clark and his lackeys the unskilled, who merely by possessing a cityoccupational Avenue Anna Maria Island, Florida
a detriment to the future progress of this area. license, try to sell their services as Kll FOR: STEVE KIMBALl N w
Citizenry who are earnestly concerned should well highly experienced craftsmen. This can be done by ADVERTISING MANAGER: h
consider a recall election. The Democratic and examining applicants for contractors' licenses.to MARGE K1MBA1.L '"
Republican parties must be rejuvenated; there should Mall Address: P. O. Box 157, Anna IMaria /
be a fusion of the better elements of the two partiesin extricate itself from tne grasp of individuals suchas 33501, Fla. Telephone 778-2021 9'01
a governmental reform movement. These parties Clark, Taylor and Hutches."
Entered Second Class
must put forth and support competent and qualified None of the county commissioners were availablethis
under the Act of March 3. 1879Pa
candidates with high morals If Manatee County Is week for statements in reply to Cox' letter.
Thursday July 15, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page 3
shark from the bony fish is the structure of the
intestine. Most animals, including man and the bony Island Yoifh Cuter News
fish, have an intestine much longer than the total body
37e? 1U onU *$ e SeaSHARKS length. For example, a six-foot man has approxi- SOFTBALL: The men's Schedule of events at the
mately 25 feet of intestines. By contrast, a ten-foot and boys' softball usually Youth Center for the weekis
: shark has only nine feet of intestines! Yet this nine scheduled for Wednesday as follows:
By Carl feet still has up to 30 feet of absorptive surface evening at 8, has been Thursday, July 15:
area on the inside, due to a structure unique to changed to Tuesdays and 9:30 Girls Basketball
sharks alone--the "spiral valve." The inside of the Thursdays at the same 10:30 Boys Basketball
intestine is much like a corkscrew or a spiral hour. The girls' softball 10:30 Social Graces
staircase, thus presenting a maximum amount of will be played Wednesday 2:30 "Our Town"
Last week we mentioned that the bony fish possesseda surface area in a minimum distance, thus of course evening at 7, as usual. 810 Mens Softball
swim bladder, while the shark did not, and that this adding to the overall streamlining of the body. TEEN DANCE: A dance Friday July 16:
resulted in profound differences In anatomy and the We have presented some of the basic differences for the teen-agers will be 10:30 Housekeeping Craft
hydrodynamics of swimming.The between sharks and other fish, and it can be seen held at 7:30 Friday eve 2:30 Puppetry
presence of the air bladder in the bony fish readily that sharks are indeed marvels of anatomical ning, with the"Bandits"to 7:30 Teen Dance with the
enables them to overcome the force of gravity by the engineering.Next supply the music. Mr. "Band-its"
force of buoyancy. They have special glands for the week: "Shark Attack!" and Mrs Frank Shugertwere Saturday, July 17:
production of more gas, if required, and also valves the chaperones at 8:30 Pram Sailing
for its release, and highly vascularized areas for its I u.l* last week's dance.Housekeeping 9:30 Boys Tennis
absorption back into the blood stream. Thus, the air Craft: The 10:30 Story Telling Hour
bladder is much like the trimming tanks on a final session In the series 2:30 Art (Mural)
submarine. With the problem of depth control solved will be held at 10:30 a.m., 8-9 "Our Town"
more or less automatically,the caudal(tall)fin of the Friday, with the emphasison Tuesday, July 20:
fish is in a straight line with its body and furnishes a "Party Planning." Instruction 9:30 Girls Basketball
forward thrust when wiggled. The pectoral and pelvic A 9o will be given in 10:30 Boys Basketball
fins are relatively weak compared to a shark's, and the making of fancy sand- 2:30 Puppetry
are used chiefly for steering and braking. Also, the 6 wiches, economical gift 7 10 Record Time
pelvic fins have migrated, through the long course of enclosure cards, place 8 -10 Mens Softball
evolution, to the forward part of the body,frequentlyeven cards, and there will be a Wednesday, July 21:
in front of the pectoral fins. demonstration of gift 9:30 Volleyball
The shark, on the other hand, has no air bladder to ,? wrapping. 10:30 Photography .
counteract the force of gravity; this alone would cause PP SOCIAL GRACES: The 2:30 Drama
him to sink to the bottom.Add to this the fact that his first session is scheduledfor 7-8 Girls Softball
tail is curved upward, so that when wiggled, it causesan B 9 10:30 a.m., Thursday, 8- 10 Center Open
upward and forward thrust of the tall, forcing the July 15, with a lectureon
forward part of the body downward. A comparison of the anatomy and hydrodynamics ofa "Overcoming Shyness
Now, to keep from having his nose perpetually buried shark and a typical bony fish. In the shark (A), and Meeting People.
in the mud, the shark must counteract this double gravity (g) is overcome by the upward thrust (uf) of ART: This week the art
dose of gravity. How does he do it?Both his pectoraland the tail combined with the lifting force (1)I) of the class will begin paintingthe
pelvic fins are large, flat, muscular appendages pectoral ( pelvic (p2))fins. In the bony fish (B), mural. For the past
sticking out at right angle to the body, much like the the buoyant force (b) of the air bladder (a) counter- several weeks the class
wings of an airplane. And like wings, the shark can acts gravity (g) and the symmetrical tail gives an has been instructed in
tilt these fins up or down. Tilted upward, they of entirely forward thrust (f). light and shade,formationof
course counteract the downward push of the tail. While '. / body, and composition.
I ., . .. ... .....
the bony fish uses the hydrodynamic principles of a .1/ / @- ..'.. ;-'.. .' ,. .
submarine, the shark uses the aerodynamic prin- --U"\' c."eT .
ciples of an airplane! I/. .. .... ,. ...... ....., ..
This difference is illustrated in the accompanying .
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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday July 15,1965All
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE NOR WOOD of Anna Maria
have as a house guest, Miss Pam Marshall,daughterof
About People .
and James Marshall
Mr. Mrs. formerly of 77th
JL Street, Holmes Beach, now of Marshall, Mo. Linda
Norwood and Pam attended Anna Maria Elementary
\ T School together six years /ago.
< r MRS. ORVILLE W. BRADLEY of Minneapolis is a
a.t -i t; + guest this week at the home of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Peters of 111
Shell Drive, Holmes Beach.
MRS. GEORGE TANN of 77th Street, Holmes
Beach, returned to the Island recently from a visitin
" New York City.
MR. AND MRS. RICK ADAMS PhUlipsburg, N.J.,
and daughter Tari Lee, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams of Anna Maria, and Mr. and
L Mrs. Russell M. Guild of Bradenton Beach.
t 7 > MR. AND MRS. WARD B. COLE of Jamaica, L. I.,
y I N. Y., are expected to arrive next week for a vacation
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams. Mrs. Cole is Mrs.
," "' Adams' sister.
( MR. AND MRS. TOM COSTANZA are visiting their
I MR. AND MRS. JAKE REID of Gulf Park, who were niece, Mrs. Tony Velazquez of Palmetto Avenue,
honored at an Informal party Friday evening to Anna Maria, for two weeks.
r celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary. The KENNETH H. ADAMS,
party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ryland a private in the Marine
Clark, with Mrs. Dorothy Degler and Mrs. Pete Corps, graduated July 7
Klover as co-hostesses with Mrs. Clark. Mr. and from the Marine recruit
Mrs. Reid were married in Chicago on July 9, 1915, training program at the
and have lived on the Island for five years. They Marine Corps Recruit
have two children, Donald Reid of Lombard, Ill, and Depot at Parris Island,
Mrs. Frances Miller of Rolling Meadows, Ill.,seven S. C. Pvt. Adams is the
grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. CarlN.
Miller has been a visitor at the home of her parents, Adams of 67th Street,
ISLAND VISITORS: Dr. and Mrs. Harry Schulte of and attended Friday's party. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Holmes Beach.
Berkeley Heights, N. J. (seated), and their children, During his 11 weeks of
Susan and Peter (standing), and Karen (front right), MR. AND MRS. FRANK H. SCHROEDER of Key recruit training he learn-
as they visited last week at the home of Mrs. Royale had as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs.James H. ed bayonet fighting,small
Schulte s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McFadden of Glenn and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Moore, all of arms marksmanship, and
Archer Way, Anna Maria. Christine Textor (front Floral Park, L. I., N. Y. self protection, as well as
left) of Sussex, N. J., was a visitor at the home of CLARENCE A. "CHICK" STERNER of Periwinkle receiving instruction in
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andre F. Textor, Plaza, Anna Maria, is a patient at Bay Pines Veterans military drill,history and
also of Archer Way. (ISLANDER PHOTO) Hospital, St. Petersburg,where he underwent surgery traditions of the Marine
last week. PVT. KENNETH ADAMS Corps, and other academic -
A. H. ROBSON of North Shore Drive, Anna Maria, MR. AND MRS. A. J. NORMAN of Livingston,N. J., subjects.MRS. .
returned t home a few days ago from Manatee Memo- and children, Skip, Chris,Mark and Nancy, are guestsfor ROBERT OLIFF of Wauchulahasbeenaguestfor
rial Hospital, where he was a patient for a week. three weeks of Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. and a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and
DR. AND MRS. EDGAR W. HUTH of 67th Street, Mrs. A. J. Norman Jr. of 64th Street, Holmes Beach. Mrs. Clayton Jenkinson of 77th Street, Holmes Beach.
Holmes Beach; Mr. and Mrs.John Huth of 58th Street, MR. AND MRS. SAM SCHIEK of Los Cedros Drive, MR. AND MRS. ANDRE TEXTOR of Archer Way
and daughters Anna Maria and Gina, and Mr. and Mrs. Anna Maria, and daughter Judith, returned to the Anna Maria, are leaving this week for their home in
Dan Huth of Miami,have left for a fortnight's vacationin Island recently after a trip to New York City and Sussex, N. J., where they will spend the next several
Jamaica.MR. New England. Accompanying them on the trip was months.
AND MRS. LOUIS J. BAROLO of Bradenton Miss Bonnie Tyrrell of Palma Sola. MR. AND MRS. JACK SWITZER Fort Wayne, Ind.
Beach returned home this week from a brief trip to MR. AND MRS. JAC HOLMAN, who spent the winter arrived last week to make their permanent home on
Grand Marais, Minn. and Detroit. and spring on Jacaranda Avenue, Anna Maria, are the Island. They plan to purchase a home here.
CAPT. AND MRS. F. C. C. PAETZEL of Palm vacationing in Norwich, Vt. for several months.
Drive, Holmes Beach, have had as recent house MRS. MARGARET GUTHRIE of 5400 Gulf Drive, yJd ev
guests, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoover of Savannah, Holmes Beach, has left for her home in Harlan, Ky., ?
Ga., and daughters Gail and Carol. where she plans to spend the summer. I L'r
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HARRY M. RIFE 'Ba'l # 1/taWIa. 'lilt.
FOODLINERQuality LICENSED PANTING CONTRACTOR _.... Anna Maria 778-2423 -
& "Where The Boats Are" .:)
Variety ..... 771-1341 AMM Mmrim FISHING
THE MOST COMPLETE MARINA AND
CENTER IN MANATEE COUNTY
ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES
Cut Rib Pork Chops Lb. 79C Wyman-Green & Blalock Inc.
Morrell Pride Lamb Shoulder Roast Lb. 49C JULY -HICH- -LOW13 -
Morrell Pride Lamb Thv. 3:25.. 1.5 12:07 p. 2.1 4i40.. 1.4 7.)6 p- 0.2
Chops-Lb. 59C HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 16 'rl 3:03... 1.5 12.47 0. 2.7 54$ 1.4 1:01 raw 0.2
Grade A Fla/Ga Split Broilers Lb. 35C( So, .. 0.1
17 3:15. 1.6 1.30 0. 2.6 6:40 1.4 1:41 o.
IGA TableRite Sliced Bacon- Lb. 69C fMablIahed 1908 .
19 Sun 3:39. 1.7 2.17 0w 2.5 7:44. 1.4 :14 p- 0.4
Musselman Applesauce ((303 Can) -2 For 25C( 20 Mo.. 409..1.' 3.10 ,.. 2.2 3:57.. 1.3 9:18 p- 0.'
Green Giant Peas (303 Can)-2 For 39C A Phone Gill Will Bring a Representative 21 Tv. 4:41 2.0 4:15 p.. 2.0 10a11 1.210:23 p-. 0.9
Pet or Golden Key Milk (Tall Can-7) For 51.00 n W.cI 5115 2.1 5134 p. 1.7 11.27 1.010:57 ,.. 1.1
Gold Medal Flour(Limit w/$5 Order)-5 Lbs. 39CFolger's ? 422 TveHtfi St. ...... 742-1431 23 Thv S:51 2.3 7.15 p. 1.6 12:44 0.. 0.1 11:29 P" 1.3
Coffee (Limit wI $5 Order-. 49(5 ,..C4 t1.ian4Br 4. ito i dock, .dd ..._ nlnvt.. to high 111.
ICE-CUBES & BLOCKSERNIE RADO4TON reading, and .... Mill end .1..i.vt.s .. I.. tide rvodlng.
Less Safe BoaUng-ol no cost-frws the Anna I Uana ltl<**J PintI .,
CAGNINA, Prop. Anna Mario 778-1925 Sqa lron.Page .
July 15, 1965 THE ISLANDER Pdge__ 3 J
Guests at he Motels High Twelve Club Episcopal WomenThe More About People
"City Business" will be Episcopal Church-
MERRIMAC ON THE GULF Capu and Mrs.William K. Darrow and family,
and Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Heath of Tampa. Mr. and Mra. R. F. Hayes ofTallahassee the subject of a talk by women, of the Church of
and family. Mr. and Mra. E. Carr of Greensboro N. C.. Mayor Elmer G. Twist of The Annunciation, are
and family. Mr. and Mra. D. T. Reeder of Palmetto, and party. Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Wenger of Warsaw, Ind., and family. Miss Dorothy Holmes Beach to mem- holding summer work-
Rowley of Leeiburg and parenta. Mr. and Mra. C. Meeks of Winter bers of the Island High shops in the parish houseof
Haven. Twelve Club the church 9:30a.m.
HALEY'S MOTELi Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Rhodes and son. and Mr. and Thursdaynoon at M
Mrs. J. D. Rawlerson of Laks Wales. Mr. and Mra. Hugh Coleman of July 15, at the Gulf each Tuesday In prepara- .r
Tampa and ton. George Miller Jr. of Lake Alfred. Terrace Restaurant.Dr. tion for their annual 1 i
of Mr. and
PALM COURT Mr.and Mrs.Thomas Hourlgan Lebanon Ky.
Mrs. David J. Weathern of Shelby N. C. Dr. and Mrs. Joel Walkenbachof Herbert Boyd of bazaar which will take
St. Louis. Holmes Beach, adminis- place in November. Mrs.
THE ROCKETTES GULP TO BAY MOTEL Mr.and Mrs. William Garland
and children and Mrs. Robert Moon and children of Bradenton. C. B. trative director of the H. M. Chapman,chairmanof
Eates of Atlanta and alster. Mr.andMrs.E.S. Porterfield, and Mr. and Manatee-Sarasota Guid- the committee
Mrs. D. K. Durrance and family of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. a
McRae of Dade City and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Berry; Mr. and ance Center, will be the Invites all Interested *f
Mrs. James A. Roberts and party and Mr. and Mra. Adrian Martin all of guest speaker at the club's women to join the S
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Kularch of Chester Pa. Mr. and group. k ;1 1I
Mrs. John N. Yanura of Albuquerque. N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gables meeting on July 22, and '
of Calhoun Falls. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cuttrlaa of Kokomo. Ind., and will talk on the subject Roser YouthThe I ;
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Terrell of Cincinnati and children. ,,.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lehtonen of Monongahela. Pa. Mr.and Mrs. Henry "Mental Health as a Com- Roser Church Youth
Laux of Madison Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Barkley of Wauchula. munity Problem." Program, planned for last
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fallow of North Palm Beach and family. Mr. and r a.;
Mrs. William R.Schroeder of Merritt Island, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roser ServiceMrs. Sunday evening, was rain-
Eddie Lees of New Port Rlchey. on their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dan ed out, and the group will
Parker of Hlaleah. Mr. and Mrs. Jack C.Austin Springfield Ohio. t
Mr. and Mra. Gerald C. DuBois of Plant City on their honeymoon. Mr. Robert Ross of Gulf try again Sunday evening,
and Mrs. Gerald Black of New Castle Pa., and children. Park will be the guest July 18. Rick Frost, the Col. Ray Sherman of Holmes Beach (center) was the
Y-Z-LIV-N MOTELi Bill Tathof Avon Park. Mr.and Mrs. B. F.Nay
of Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mra. T.Klppenberger of Lakeland. Mr. and speaker at the morning pastoral assistant for the guest of honor Sunday at a surprise dinner party at
Mrs. Roy W. Stone Jr. of Palmetto. Mr. and Mra. Allen Brooks of worship service at Roser summer, invites all youthof the Buccaneer, given by members of a recent classIn
Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thurstonof Shelbyvtlle.Ind. Mr.and
Mrs. Otis Taunton of Montgomery Ala. John Me Knight of Bradley. Memorial Community the community, from Seamanship, sponsored by the Island Power
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Duke of Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Shveuoff ofPlant Church at 9 a.m.,Sunday, 7th grade through senior Squadron. Col. Sherman was the Instructor for the
Mrs. C. Card of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M.
McClellen of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gonzalez; Mr. and Mrs. L. July 18. Mrs. Ross Is a high school age, to a beach course. Left and right In picture are R. W. "Bob"
Valdes; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Boges; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brewer and Miss member of Roser Church party at the end of Oak Wire and S. Abbott Hutchinson, who assisted ShermanIn
Judy Petltt. all of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cox; Johnny Moore; and Is a lay speaker In the Avenue Anna Maria to
Billy Whealton; Dick Mullenax. and Kenny Harvey, all of Mulberry. Mr. the course. (ISLANDER PHOTO)
and Mrs. T. H.Bellaney;Mra. Florence Jordan and Mrs. Stella Miner all of United Church of Canada. begin at 3 p.m. Supper is
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nlswander and Mr.and Mrs. John Batcher of She will her be furnished there
use as topic, MR. AND of Lane
Apollo Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. B.H. MRS. W. A. ALDERMAN Coquina ,
Thornton of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs.H.B.Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. "The Good Seed. will be a vesper service. Holmes Beach, are now vacationing at their summer
Floyd Arnold of Ruakln. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Howard and Mr. and Mrs.D. .
C. Long of Orlando. home at Jamesport, L. I., N. Y., and plan to returnto
EAST Or THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laux of Madison Tenn. Mr. 06tu41f"e the Island about the middle of October.
and Mrs. Vernon Reier of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fox of Hamilton. tI tI tI
Ohio and Ion.IIARBOR MRS. KENNETH WILLIAMSON of Winter Park, and
LIGHTS MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Elmoreof Paris Tenn. RODGER SCHNECK, 44, of Caracas, Venezuela, her son Buddy, have been guests for a week at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Curtis of Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred died the Coral Gables Veterans
at Hospital, Tuesday, home of Mrs. Williamson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
French of Mansfield Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Meyers of Homestead
. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hanna of Webster Groves Mo. Mr. and Mrs. July 6. Born In Ithaca, N. Y., he was a former Benjamin J. Weersing of 523 Pine Avenue, Anna
Pierre Croteau of Montreal. Mr.and Mu.S.Stevn.01 Orlando. Mr. resident of Dradenton, and attended Bradenton High Maria.
and Mrs. Ralph Mattmueller of Farmington Mich. Mr.and Mrs. Thomas
Perkins of Plant City. Mr and Mrs. F. Mac Millen of Lakeland. Mr. School. He was a graduate of the University of
and Mrs. M. W. Smith of Palmetto. Florida and was a veteran of World War II.
FLAMINGO COURT MOTELi Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rlchea, and Mr and TO ALL OFF-ISLAND SUBSCRIBERS TO
Mrs. P. L.Carleto 01 Tampa. W. R. McCluakey of Bartow. Mr. and Survivors Include two daughters; his parents, Mr.
Mra. William Bacon uf Gulfport. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown of Orlando and Mrs. Henry S. Schneck of Plant City and Holmes THE ISLANDER: If your ZIP CODE does NOT
. : Mr. and Mrs. George t. Harvlll uf Arcadia. appear on your address on the paper, please
and Beach and two sisters Mrs. Virginia Caton of
GABA APARTMENTS: Miss Margie Gaba of Lyons.III..daughter of Mr. ,
Cab, her vacation with her send It to us. It's use will be required by
Mrs. Ed to spend parents. Davis, Calif., and Mrs. Eleanor Scott of Portland
WEST WIND APARTMENTS:Mr.and Mrs.Walter S.Hamlet Maltland. July 1, and it is expected the Zip Codes will
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carroll and Mr. and Mra. A. H. English and son of Ore.
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Jamea M..t non of Mulberry. Griffith-Cline Funeral Home was in charge of local expedite delivery of the paper.
ISCHE COTTAGEi Mr. and Mrs. James Hoover of Savannah, Ga.
PRINCESS MARTHA: Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Slngletary uf Haverford. Pa. arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wild of Rlvervlew. Mr and Mrs. Uoyd Evers of
Brandon, and family. Mrs. Berths Monroe of Plant City and grandchildren Madalyn and Julie
PRICK COTTAGE Dr. and Mra. H. Reed uf Hyatttvllle. Md. Morrison of Lakeland.S. CURTIS BLUE WAVE SERVICE
TAMAITI COTTAGE Mrs. Hugh Wlggs of Mulberry. S. WHITE SANDS MOTELi Mr.and Mra.Alei Kelaoof Portsmouth, Ohio
PROTHERO APARTMENT:Mr.and Mra.M.G.Butler of St. Peteisburg. . Col. and Mra. Paul S. Undbcrg of McPherson, Ga. Mra. Gene
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hensley Jr. of Asheville N. C. Hadley Bradenton. Mr. and Mrs.C.M.Thomas and Mr and Mrs. John Open Seven Daily
TOPAZ MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cason of Lakeland. Mr. and Gordon of Hampton, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Lynn I' Greensboro S. C. 7am..IOp.m.Days .
Mrs. Mack Laiater; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. West and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ROOt REEL MOTEL Dennis O. Seaton and E. E. Anderson of Lake Wales Sun
D'vUon. all vi Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Plerpotnt of Tltusvllle. . Mr. and Mra.Clarence GUI;Mr.and Mrs.tdward: P. tloulri and family, A Week lIam..IOp.m.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harrison of Bartow. Mr and Mra. A. W, Flrson of and Mr.and Mrs.Edward P.oul.t Sr..all of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.Troll of Pompano Beach. Mr. and Letchworth of Kathleen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Barbee
Mrs. M. H. Wright of Union City Ohio. Mrs. R. F. Loftin of Trouiman.N. Bradenion. CAR WASHING
C. Mr. and Mrs. FdMamsof Moblle.Ala. Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceM NOMAD MOTELi Mr. and Mra. T. Patterson; Mr. and Mrs G. Collins and
-.. LMIIy ut "k"""""'.. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. r.P. Nwtor frf Pnrt.m uftl, V.. family and Mr and Mrs. R. Uvnnli all.4 Lakeland. Albert Ferguson ufScheiMctaJy
. J. C. Hall and L. D. Lavotrorm << Greenville, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. N. Y.. and daughter. Murray Wilson .. Avon Park. Mr. WIM! Ifluclif Tire. ....Ir
T. C. Oulnbyof Kingston Tenn. Mr.and Mrs.O. C. Blanton of Plant City. and Mra., Wwid<
and children. Mrs. Dora Turner and Miss Clara Turner of Rtwkln. .
1607 Gulf Drivc N., Bradenton Beach
THE FINEST IN FRENCH CUISINE
In Ro.enlfe Provincial French Atn..",.,. BEACH APARTMENTS
6802 GULf DRIVE (at 68th Str*.t), HOLMES BEACH
ilr atbautrrlairNORTH e Efflclfi. e 2-B.
/ D.lwi e PntKout' Suites e 60-Poot Pool
KNHOF: LONGBOAT KEY: *
t I.uorhroo at 12-Pioarr .( 6 p.m. OVER-NICHT & WEEKEND GUESTS WELCOME Shrubs
T.lt Sarasota 388.28US PHONE 778-1977 Flowering
f'f.srIf.Ar.1I: 0\, THK gf.ST CtST\
DEEP SEA FISHING '' FOR
AIOARD THE ADMIRALS Sure beats was/iin'l/ the island -
30* PINE AVENUE ANNA MARIA PHONE 771-1 Ml
LUNCH COUNTER ABOARD
pious 7782726"I'H fh THE MANATEE RIVER HOTEL
" :00 from CORTEZ Invites You
ANNA MARIA ISLAND :
LONGBOAT KEY NEIGHBORS
.. ,iZ To Enjoy
MANATEE FEDERALSAVINGS 'V8 ;. BREAKFAST and LUNCHEON
\ \ Complete
AND LOAN- ASSOCIATION Take it e-a-s-y// Plat h.( .o. 97 C
Served 11.30 to 2 P.M.
FUNERAL HOMES Bendix PULL COURSE LUNCHEONS REASONABLY PRICED
COCKTAILS 5:00 to 6:30
e s Laundry & Dry Cleaners POPULAR COCKTAILS sot
NOR D'OUEVRES WITH OUR COMPLIMENTSIN
205 Gulf Drive No iradenton BeachFREE
THE WEST COAST'S FINEST
24 HOUR Ambulance Service DELIVERY SERVICE MOST GRACIOUS ATMOSPHERE
T.1.a...: 771-2211 ANNA MARIA BRADENTON ISLAND ANYWHERE ON THE ISLAND THE MANATEE RIVER HOTEL
742.1011 PHONE 7443331Thursday
THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 15, 1965 ,;g
CHURCHES LEGAL NOTICE HOLMES BEACH .. Holmes- Beach Audit ReportAn
Stat. Bank No. 513 (Continued from Page 1)
REPORT OF CONDITION of "The Island Bank" of Holmes Beach in the
ST. BERNARD MISSION State of Florida at the close of business on June 3O, 1965. Alderman Jack Neal reported audit of the City of Holmes Beach for the 14- 1
(CATHOLIC) ASSETS on the city sign month period ending April 30 was read at Tuesday's
1. Cash, balances with other banks and cash ItemsIn
Fl... Francis F. Wslsmiller process of collection' 225513.68 survey completed a few meeting of the board of aldermen. Following is a
.MASS-SUNDAYI & 10 am 2. United States Government obligations, direct and 2,902,986.19 weeks ago. The board approved brief summary of the report:
WEEKDAYS 8 am 3. Obligations guaranteed of States and political subdivisions 400.00 a motion to allow Cash as of Feb. 29, 1964 17305.35
HOLY DAYS& BENEDICTION 8 am & 6 pm 4. Other bonds notes, and debentures about a dozen signs not in Receipts: Road & Bridge Taxes 20,800.26State
ROSARY (Including $ None securities of Federal
WEDNESDAYSi 71:10: pm .. agencies and corporations not guaranteed conformance with the city Cigarette Tax 17,705.60
Harvey Memorial CliwrchNonDenomtnotlonol by U.S.) None sign ordinance, plus some Power Company Franchise 10,308.27
) S. Corporate stocks (Including $ None stock of
( others in commercially
Federal Reserve Bank None Collections on Paving Assessments 9,057.27
Broa>nis* Beech 6. Loans and discounts 1414.94 overdrafts) 1249105.92 zoned
(Including areas. Permits (Building, etc.) 5,470.48
Rsv. A. W. Sinus 7. Bank owned 571.000.00.SUNDAY .
: furniture and fixtures $49.000.00 120,000.00 Neal on Licenses (Occupational, etc.) 5,321.82
9:15: am Sunday School (Bank premises owned are subject to $ None Aug. 6, all signs for which Court Fines & Forfeitures 1,990.00
liens not assumed by bank) had been
permits not secured Miscellaneous
Christian Science Senrlco 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises None 1,334.70
A. M. Community House 9. Investments and other assets indirectly would be removed Total Cash & Receipts $89,593.75
representing bank premises or other real estate None the
SUNDAY 10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances Expenditures:
'iOO am Sunday S.r.lce outstanding None General Maintenance & Drainage $15,197.25
ISLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 11. Other assets 3088.00 Stock Approved Road Paving 6,792.80
12. TOTAL ASSETS $4.30..093.79 I
R... Lee R.tlilP..r
Howard S. Adams, temporary -
THURSDAY'7iOO pm Church Choir 13. Demand deposits of individuals LIABILITIES, partnerships, president of the Salary City Engineer 3,442.31 :
SUNDAYI and corporations $1,383,082.43 Key Royale Club, Inc., Mileage City Engineer 65.43
8145 am Sunday School 14. Time and savings deposits of Individual, partnerships,
lOlOO am Worship Service and corporations 2400443.06 announced this week that Electricity-Street Lights 3,974.55
5:30 pm Concord Choir 13. Deposits of United States Government the club's application to Tree Cutting 2,000.00
6130 pm Worship Service (Includingpostal savings) 9,684.21
7130 pm Youth Fellowship 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 262887.34 issue stock has been approved Emergency Tree Cutting 146.00
WEDNESDAYl 17. Deposits of banks None Signs 986.93
by the Florida
7100 RA, GA, Sunbeams .
18. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 97,742.74
... Police Protection: Salaries 6,939.88
7iOO pm Prayer .Un9 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS 4153839.80 Securities Commission .
Rotor Me. srlel Church (a) Total demand deposits 1624557.39 and that stock in the new Auto Allowances 920.00 ,
(NeifDenowlMtloMl) (b)deposits Total time and savings 2529282.41 golf and country club on Radio & Installation 597.00 ....
SUNDAY 20.Mortgages or other liens $None on Key Royale will now be Miscellaneous Expense 251.93
,9:00 am Worship Service bank premises and $ None on other
Building Inspections 1,919.43
lOlOO am Sunday School real estate None
3:00 pm Youth Fellowship 21. Rediscounts and other liabilities for Trash Collection & Tree Cutting 2,711.00.
Beach Party at end of Oak Ave borrowed money None Contributions 1,985.00
Church of The Annunciation 22. Acceptances executed by or for account of
this bank and outstanding None Marina Improvements 12473.00
(Episcopal) 23. Other liabilities 19299.22 General Operations: Office Salaries 4475.00
Rev Gerald K. Lowe, Recto 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 4173139.02 '
Salaries Mayor & Aldermen 14.00
9tOO am Holy Eucharist CAPITAL ACCOUNTS5th Legal Expense 2,225.00
SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY! 25. Capital: (a) Common stock total )
8tOO am Holy Eucharist par value 200000.00 ) 3
I0l30 am Family Eucharist & (b) Preferred stock, total ) $ 200,000.00 Accounting 150.00
Sermon] Church School par value $ None, total )
Office Utilities & 952.87
retlrable value $Nonec
Gloria Del Lutheran Church ( ) Capital notes and debentures $ None : Office Supplies 929.23 I
Rev. Letter ftL Utx, Pastor 26. Surplus 103000.00
27. Undivided profits 22954.77 3 Lot Mowing 996.00 :
SUNDAY 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) None t Fogging 843.79
9)15 am Sunday School 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 327954.77 !
10(30 am Worship Service 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 4501093.79 Insurance 629.35
11)30) am Choir Rehearsal Payroll Taxes 727.28 I
31. Assets pledged or assigned MEMORANDA to secure liabilities and for y Advertising 322.58
other purposes including notes and bills rediscounted Other Miscellaneous Expenditures 667.43 ;
and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) $ 550,000.00 Total Expenditures $77,665.29 I
32. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of
valuation reserves of 15000.00 kYV .'
(b)Securities as shown above Ire after deduction of 8S
valuation reserves of NoneI. GARBAGE PICKUPIn I
C. E. Brewer. President of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear Lit ( ANNA MARIA HOLMES BEACH) :
that this report of condition Is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge wand
belief. Monthly Chorge-PER UNIT:
C. E. BREWER First Con-S2.25-Each Additional Can-51.00
Correct..Attest: X:' 3% DISCOUNT IF PAID ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE
s J.H.D.G.WEBB HOLMES )) Directors Tickets may .be purchased at B & K Ha.dwar.TiTiim.
H. S. MOODY )
: (SEAL) I IF
Sllle of Florida County of Manatee, si: :
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th d.yof July, 1965, and I
hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. -
M My commission expires November 12, 1967 Janet R. Thompson, l
r Notary Public Islander Photo by Redan & APPLIANCES
NonCE UP PUBLIC HEARINGA
Public Hearing will be held at the
City Office In Holmes Beach, Florida, FRIGIDAIRE Sales & Service
on consider August s 3,petition 1965, st 7:30 for P.M.rezoning, to /)<
Blocks U, l6. 17. and 24 In Casanas
+ i I Subdivision from R-l (Residential) to OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Y i CARPETS DRAPERIES
A-l (Hotels,Motels,and Apartments) _J.
PAULINE H.Cltv ARCHER Clerk APPOINTMENT NECESSARY MALONE IEDOING CUMATIZIO FOE FLORIDA
CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS-
UNCLASSIFIED MOTOROLA Sales & Service
ANNA MARIA ELECTRICLlce..1II .dvssci p.7.s.1 .....It.SI.00S0. ..
ElectricelCon I Us..- IslsMsj Settle Operators Shoo MAIINA DELVE HOLMES IIACM HO I ID A
Pine A,.. Crescent Anna Tel. 77S-231I
tree tefS PRUt> RIDU: I.UI.lU-l'uo(I/loo.&rll- PHONI 771-127
Gulf Drive et Pine Avenue Outboard Boat w/ 6' 9" beam high ,
L. (ROY) FERGUSON freeboard, for safe offshore flahlng.
PHONES 77S-3I43 In excellent condition. Cost new--
Night 4300. Will take$1.500.Will consider
trade Can be seen st Cornea Marina. '
Reason for selling, have two boats. 'h'all L'a. cc
Hugo f.rflm-n, 74ft-2S14 or 74J-HM.
WANTED TO RENT UY TLAR.2DRhome
on Anna Maria preferably with Learn To Square Dance
JLantucajH Car* air conditioning. $73 per month. Call
778-11HU after ft p.m
FOR SALE Frlgldalre Automatic
anti rrlalnttnanc Washer, $40; Twin lIed., $23 each.
Phone 718-141 q. A. M. I. Youth Center
T. H. RICHARDS FOR SALE 3lutsuno'tt3St.betweei: )
Phone 7781379 Gulf and Marina Drives.Mike offer tot
2503 W. Custer Ave..
ANNA MARIA FLORIDA Milwaukee. WII. !\120Q Get Acquainted NightNO I III
1'01SALEI 4-Koum Huuie $5.5UO.
For Rent 2.3., 4-Room Apartments. CHARGE
BUILDER OF HOMES Low mtei. Call 7782407t .
WANTED TO BUY All. U. S.Coin*.
Houses suitable Coln. 19 8 10:30
climate end condition Gold Currency or Foreign << July to p.m.
any Country or old Medal. Tthna.
Remodell**. Aedltions I etc. Byron Bizarre Bazaar 240114th I
....Irs. Trustw.ethy.stiot.s St. W., l\riJe."mtPh.747.Mid. Caller-Beffy Gammer 'Instructor II III I
NORMAN ROSEDALEAimeMo PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
MOWING EDGING, ETC.
, KEN FELLOWS I(
Phone 771-2844 after 4 P.M. Soak "
.cg AE roe
lEST PUCE TDfIIANIwo ALTERATIONS mi all Un.!a i
I frank Pard Phone 778-14M._
M FOR RENTi JO t 4G-ft. Commercial Get Your Late Summer
Building with ahowcr and bath.Shelves
IMIAm CMTY and workbench. Cur.Crescent Pine
Anna Maria Inquire at Duetl.'s. orC.I hia
778-1111.( and Fall// Party Reservationsin
STAMPS:>> k SUPPLIES FOR COlLtCTORS. .-
: Come In and let us fill .
tltose empty spaces In your album. NOW t
We carry s supply for every collector. 1Rta w sr
ttEII You're welcome to come ink browse
N M. L. O'Connor Stamps k Supplies
240.14'"St. W.BraJent,... 7-jMN &A Ro/HtMd- .6 _/ua.
Reasoner & Anson R.J
Telephone NEXT TO HOLMES SUCH SHOPPING CTt.. HOLMIS IIACMPHONE a. tirgf6i e/
744-0651 or 7469110 after S ,
| OIXIECRANDE HOTEL BlDG
,July IS, 1965 THE ISLANDER Page ?
I ISLAND REAL ESTATE J
City of Holmes Beach .... George Wagner-REALTY
; : ., Blond Shopping Center
: PHONE 778-2444 Or WRITE BOX 1012 ANNA MARK
Pik, A. t. t
UNITED ABSTRACT AND TITLE
",.tHI rOIl' ..., 1.,.,. Mrettmeet
524 121k St. Wttl IIADtNTON. fLA. ,..... 74J-4S4I
h DICK WAGNER
home Jt 520-70th Street. Holmes Beach which
been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Itor
swell of Lansing, Mich., who will make their
2217 QULP DMIVC BNAOKNTON BEACH
home on the Island. The home was built
Mickelsen Builders and the sale was handled by Now Leasing 'S & S PLAZA'
Royale Homes Inc. (ISLANDER )
PHOTO New Shopping Center Opposite Island Bank
Lira. Stort Spiu-Niit llliMlutUi-
JACK'S BARGAIN BOARD Ample Parking Area-Modern In All RespectsFor
Information Call 778-2663 Eve 778.1464
Prices Slashed !
MARIAA LOVELY VIEW--Private white sandy beach.
NEW AND VERY MODERN--2 BEDROOMS
Lovely two-bedroom looks-like-new home 2 BATHS, FULLY FURNISHED HOME with
oversized corner lot. Beautiful landscaping.Air lots of extra storage CENTRAL HEAT AND
conditioned. Cost $17.000--Now Cut To: AIR CONDITIONING. This should sell quicklyat
the price of $27,500.
$12,900 Call For Appointment
I LOTS ALTN N 1ARt15 PARRISH$. M*, PIGGY REALTY"HASSir MOOtl. A..ci.NPtrst
I .. BEACH SHOPPING AREA $4,000 Office ...... AmM M.ri. .....: 771-1902
MARIA--NEAR PIER $2,500(
FRONT HOME DUPLEX REDUCED !
DUPLEX( AT 201 -76th Street.HolmcH Beach.
Point SecUon--2 Bedroom, 2 Baths Air Conditioning and Central Oil Heat. Two
Central Air Conditioning. tlO x..CX) foot lot. I Bedrooms each side. One apartment rentedby
the year. Well landncapcd. Sprinkler
J $27,000 Syniem. Boat I>jck. Paved Street Price
reduced to $
l't ROYALE 17,5XALSO -
2 BR-Florida RoonvLarge Living
I I Addition -513 66rh Street. New Home on
'('p water. Three Bedrooms Iwo Baths.OPEN Room-Carport-Utility Room.Docking
iNSpi.cnoN.! : PRICE: Gill'1 TO:
Priviioges.U n furnished
$25,000 on Terms $11,000
a Look We are Happy to Show JOHN B. PROTHERO
Itflsttrri 1.81! Islets Irtkfr-SfUi t ...t.1s
JACK MARSHALL Rciltor 116.81st ST. 778.2554 Holmes Beach
J. O. Mancr Broker Salesman
Marshall Keg. Salesman; ; Mgr. Don't Leave The Island
before you see
& M Building 778-2614 Anna Maria
5400 Gulf Drivea
; handsome apartment complex,
-.? condominium ownership.
.. 1 and 2 bedrooms 1 and 2 baths
electric ranges ;a wealth;, of closet ;area,
carpeting, wall to wall upper floors
: Screened porches, placed for privacy;
j ,. SWIMMING POOLand
J : 300 feet of beautiful: beach to enjoy
househunting ? Model Apartments
Open 9-5 Evqrv Day
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5400 GULF DRIVE
HOLMES BEACH, FLORIDA
l' A HOME FOR YOU T.I.ph... 77'.1'11Thursday
8 THE ISLANDER Thursday, July 15, 1965
r ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER -- HOLMES BEACH I
HUFFINE'S STANDARD SERVICEPhone fiF CARD g GIFT HEADQUARTERS
61--itw Something for Everyone
|STANMI J 778-1440 778-1771 Days Nights r@ ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER Permanent Flowers Gifts
OIL !'ili SS. Stuffed Animals 'JewelryHats
This Week's & Bags PERFUMES &
AAA Service Mechanic CARDS COLOGNES
NEW and USED CARS Party Goods G Florida Souvenirs
FLOOR SAMPLES ''dotoswc gift and mail wraP
Sl I IIS1',"! HOUSE PAINT OF RATTAN Shirley aW FREE Mn Dvyf cke.w
DURABLE OIL BASE FURNITUREup -
$ SAVINGS BARGAINS / /
r to 33-1/3% 'FOR MEN
2 Piece Sectional SummerLSport
Resists Discoloring 01
3 Self-cleaning JWJ CHAIRS & TABLES .t Jackets
Easily Applied GALLON
Covert WellBeautifies LAMPS
White or 8 Colon Telephone 778-1019
DON'T FORGET...GET SUNSET SUMMER HOURS Marshall
A Product of PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY CLOSED AT Noon on Wednesday of Miami
3o'clock on Saturday I
Holmes Beach Supplies Inc. '
'1J' S162i formerly
778-1131 You Car RENT 1.
:." II $22 g
5345 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach FOLD-AWAY BEDS & CRIBS
SHEETS PILLOW SLIPS : 1 Group Short Sleeved "
NEW 1966PHILCO 30< EACH 2 FOR 25< 'SEORT-SHlRTS' % Price'
ALL TYPES OF BABY FURNITURE
1 THE FAMOUS WORLD FOR own QUALITY LINEN RENTAL SERVICE Tel. 778-1472 .,
AIUIIIIMAll'fOl/ MODEL CAR CONTEST Lay. : ,;I .1 Phone
with Starts NOW Ends August 7 Away Plan rHtM 778.1161
SEE US FOR DETAILSHOBBY .I- .
C4;Co..ti has..w 1."rw.f WMYA
FRESH MILK DAILY
COLOR 778-1020 GROCERIES-COLD I BEVERAGES-Etc.
TUBE ( C$KOP rko. .u HANDY DANDY
21 inch& 25 inch
As models Low As S359.95 Baked Frisk Daily OPEN 7A.M.-11P.M.
Channel 10 Is coming on the air July 18.
Test Patterns are now being run for your set ISLAND
adjustment.We G BREAD CAKES PIES SHOPPING CENTER 778-2810
on Anna Maria Island will require an COOKIES
additional antenna to receive ADC's new
DECORATED CAKES MADE TO ORDER
Channel 10. We are headquarters for your Call 778-2012
antenna and service needs.Just give us a call. ISLAND BAKERY SC4CA4d
ISLAND TV 778-1703 PHONE 771-2416
Corner of Gulf Drive & Holmes Blvd. Plumbing Contractor
5306 Holmes Boulevard
Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies,Pumps,Repairs
MANATEE COUNTY WATER Planning Trip ?
COMPANY, INC.MSHfe lEACH LIQUOR STORE
1M 'Ptll4 ltat StIUJia HOLMES BEACH ON .-STOP SHOPPING CENTER
: You Ring 778-2023 We Bring
\'n' !! ''It" I ,) '-', .: .. AIR LINES IILSIA YODIA : J I r---------Imported
1 1 I:. 1. J ,1c '" '\ -.1: '.' QUART $3.99:2: t Yago Wines
: !i It'Ih' \ \ !' '" STEAMSHIPSTOURS I 0 II
itfIf\lll. Che ll.
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i ,. "I', : i' h I ,r vl"R.$1.70
f II GIN ,
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.. .\.,."......(.<...I..J., :a. .:'", :."... '\'f".:,!i 'I it.I I ,. CRUISES ION DID STOCI ; HavingA Vodka
4. r ..,,.1 f\\ 100 'n.' I I
.1.. .. ,... f. I. .. See Fifths $2.99
...'(. '. .I .. .. .. I.'.'..'.NVV j:, '#' 3 for $11.65 PARTY
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HOT r COLD
Telephone 778-2022 alf Utica 7' and Sew4e Black Label i WE'LL Busch BavarianBallantine
Business Office COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE CATER i Black Label
Shopping Center ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER 6 PAI 1LQJ THE BAR l 16 PAS 89e
'. Holmes Beach, Florida PHONE 778-3494 We Cover The ENTIRE Isla.dPage
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